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Port Arthur News (Newspaper) - October 21, 1935, Port Arthur, Texas Monday october 2f, 1w. A the port Arthur news Page five new move for peace in Italo ethiopian conflict hinted officials say plan Only in Early stages British Secretary expected to refer to movement on tuesday Loudon oct. 21 cup a authoritative quarters dropped hints today that a new Plank for peace in the Italo ethiopian conflict had begun to crystallize at Rome Paris and London As the result of easing of tension in those capitals Over the weekend. These quarters emphasized however that the move was in the very earliest stage and it would be erroneous to say anything definite had yet developed or any great optimism prevailed. Informed circles which bowed the greatest reluctance to discuss the development said it was not impossible that some Concrete gesture for relieving military measures in thie Mediterranean might be taken shortly to be followed by definite peace talks. Denies peace is near they said Europe might now be on the threshold but certainly not in the brinks of working out a settlement of the Italo ethiopian dispute. It was believed this reference Quot was made in connection with the conversations going on Between Rome and Paris of which the British government was being kept informed. It was plainly stated that any plan broached must be satisfactory to Ethiopia Italy and the league of nations and ultimately must be concluded within the framework of the league. Sir Samuel Hoare British foreign Secretary was expected to make some reference to the peace development tomorrow in a speech in the commons which it was expected will be a very important declaration on the International situation. Authoritative quarters declared naval might of three Powers concentrated ominously at Gates of Suez canal us Farmers unite As minute men 15.000 men Are organizing to combat propaganda Dos Moines oct. 21 up a Farmers of Iowa arc mobilizing a militant army to he known As a minute men a to assist in protecting agricultural interests against any crisis. More than ,000 men will be organized before december. Said Charles e. Hearst president of the Iowa farm Bureau which is sponsoring the movement. When the a minute men Quot Are ready for action there will be nine of their number in each township of the state according to Hearst. This new division of the farm Bureau will act As Quot a flying wedge to present accurate information on the National agricultural program to Farmers in each county. A through them a Hearst pointed out a agriculture will have a. Working army which can obtain More one erred action when Progress made by organized agriculture is threatened by privileged the chief purpose of the a army Quot is to combat huge volumes of propaganda boing poured into the so Etc Hearst explained lie said much of this literature is detrimental to agricultural interests. A minute men also May he called upon to arouse support for desirable farm legislation Hearst de Cia red. Texas youth killed in motorcycle crash Longview. Oct. 21 in. Bert Tuttle 19-year-Oid son of a Pioneer East Texas family was killed last weekend when a motorcycle he was Riding collided with an automobile on the Gladewater Road. Or. And mrs. Edit. Hammon of Mineola were in the car. Tuttle was the son of or. And mrs. Julius m. Tuttle. Woman killed three injured in collision Morgan City la., oct. 21 up. A in a collision near Here sunday morning one Young woman was killed two others scalped and critically injured and a Young Man less seriously Hurt. The Accident occurred when Tho automobile in which the family was driving to Lake Charles la. To attend a funeral collided with a five ton truck. Miss Alice Barr 21, of new Orleans was killed instantly and her brother. Thomas Barr 22, Driver of the car their Mother mrs. Thomas Barr 40, and their aunt. Mrs. Alice Smith 45, were seriously injured and possibly fatally. Blue Star kills the itch germs to get rid of itch rash Tetter foot itch ringworm or eczema cover with soothing Blue Star ointment which contains tested Medicine that melts soaks in quickly and kills the itch. Honey Back if first Jar fails. Massed at both ends of the Suez canal Are powerful British Ana French fleets available to enforce a blockade if it should be sanctioned. At top Are British ships at port said below French destroyers. Swift modern dangerous the italian Cruiser Zara is one of the formidable weapons at Premier Mussolini s disposal in his efforts to keep the Suez canal open for communication with Bis armies in Africa. E filled councilmen to Over weekend closing Beaumont port Geaumont by United press violent death claimed nine victims in Texas during the weekend. Five were killed in automobile they were a quite pleased and Zafis a accidents two were suicides and lives in Texas fied with saturday s note from Premier Pierre Laval of France. Note not published it was Felt to be an unconditional Raj Crow 15, believed drowned Sun affirmative answer on Points raised Day when his boat capsized. By the British government and de mrs. Fred Williams died in a signed to remove All misunderstand j Burk Burnett Hospital sunday Ings Between the two governments. Jr0m gunshot wounds which offi the French note will not be pub cers Learned were self inflicted. She listed. I had attended an All night party it was also understood that in with her husband and another Cou weekend exchanges Between sir pie. Erie Drummond British Amassa car Mig train Dor to Italy and Premier Musso Cecil Ramos. 35> was killed and Lini which had been designed to two companions were injured Whan a Elear up misunderstandings Musso j the automobile Ramos was driving 8t&ve Assurance that Italy had struck a switch engine at Austin no desire to interfere with British i saturday night interests anywhere. Oct. 21.�?saturday__. I a Midnight at Beaumont City Hall Auto accidents take five and drama in the making. Random notes of a sleepy newsman corridors thronged with striking longshoremen a couple of Hundred of them and their womenfolk and children and sympathizers some dozing in chairs others milling around for four hours they have awaited the assembling of a City Council meeting a meeting to close the port and Call off the police and knot the strike tighter but the Council never met since 8 o clock Only four of its members have straggled in it takes seven to constitute a quorum impatient mutterings from the crowd. One person was drowned. Boatmen dragged Lake Wichita monday seeking the body of mor $238,21 stolen at Beaumont mrs. Frances b. Chitwood 51, of ran Marcos was killed sunday on the Beaumont Houston Highway when her husband swerved their automobile to avoid a crash with another machine and the Chitwood j car plunged into a ditch. Nil ii j. S. Johnson 63, was killed Sun fodders loot ice company Day near Conway when his automobile collided with another cur As he was in route to find a doctor to attend a neighbors child who was seriously ill. Car overturns Robert Randel 36, was killed sunday near Kress when his automobile overturned. His companion Joseph Poe 23, was injured seriously. William Radcliff 25, died sunday night in Texarkana after he had been found lying in the grocery store where he worked clutching a bottle which physicians said had contained Poison. Mrs Ola Mckinney 65, was injured fatally in Dallas sunday night when an automobile struck her As she and her daughter started to walk across a Street. Louis Pate 23, of Camden. Ark., i died monday in Longview of injuries suffered when he fell beneath the wheels of a fast moving freight train. His legs were amputated. Beaumont oct. 21.�?Cash and checks totalling $238.21 we Ere stolen by burglars who broke into the office of the Consumers ice company at Nederland Early today. Deputy sheriff French who investigated said Entrance was gained through a window. The thieves found the Money in a Box under a desk he reported. A lock on the Box was forced off. Most of the checks were pay vouchers of company employees which the concern had cashed. Identification supt. Bradley of the Beaumont police department assisted French in his investigation. Mayor Renfro was on hand Early affable and smiling in spite of frowning glances of strikers claiming he "double-crossed1 them in voting for a City commission Resolution keeping the port open and cargos moving the May or chats with acquaintances some of whom done to try to hide their resentment toward him and ii is port policy a councilman Fitzpatrick Leader in the fight to rescind commissions Resolution calling for volunteers to round up missing Council members cars leaving in search of them More waiting mounting impatience no quorum for t he meeting. A it Rilke chiefs moving in and nut of the Ante room Between the offices of the mayor and the City manager talk of injunctions a Telephone Call to judge o Brien no Luck there a dozen Telephone Calls to judge Murray a residence at port Arthur a the judge is helping entertain the governor of Texas Calls to the governors suite at hotel Beaumont still no Luck. In White haired j. A. Wysong who used to be City judge typing out an injunction petition against ship owners on the typewriter of the City managers Secretary suggestions from the crowd that hovers about him Soin body says county judge Ren Johnson would sign the injunction order Quot in a minutes a but he a in North Carolina and besides somebody else happens to recall he does t have authority to enjoin anything How about judge Shivers a he Hasni to any civil jurisdiction is the answer held Here sunday j to that Wysong goes on with his Thomason services held Here sunday funeral services for g. A. Thomason 31, of 632 Marshall Avenue Auto Salesman who died Friday at Shreveport la., were held yest Arbith i Funera Erx ices Fotz Rudolph a typing Fitzpatrick hangs on the 1 wend liner. 85, were held sunday at phone still railing judge Murray. Wendling services methodist Church South ,.a a _ _ ing. Burial was in Greenlawn Cern Grammier a Chapel with Rev. C. P. Poston pastor of the first Christian Church officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn cemetery. Active pallbearers were de every. The pallbearers were Charles Rhea Pete Dorsey George Hite Charles Rawles Harry Webster and Glenn Bell. Night coughs i a a quickly checked Vij without Wicks Roo on via Pori Johnson e. C. Hicks j. S. Dillin Ger j. B. Talley John h. Stanley and a. H. Metz. Blind Fass bar test Borton oct. 21 up a James Hannon 26, of Brockton and William Powers 28 of Valley Falls r. I were among the 209 persons who successfully passed the Mas the arc tired own outside in the Hall is this Ain t getting us nowhere is the often est heard comments a tall Square shouldered Man suggests adjournment to the Ever stands on the sidelines some of the unpleasant glances formerly directed at his mayor now Are aimed at him the crowd shifts around reporters phoning their editors talk of Rushing the wharves the Halls and offices Are Smoky from big pipes crammed with inexpensive tobacco Calls to shipping men and proposals of a temporary truce no Dice there More murmurs from the men in the corridor. A shouts of exultation when Fitz Patrick finally gets judge Murray on the phone and the judge consents to wait up and read the petition talk of Rushing it to port Arthur in an ambulance a dozen fast cars offered for the trip Wysong types out the finishing nudes amidst a last flurry of suggestions the injunction petition is finished the leaders Load in a speedy automobile and Are off it s after 2, Nowr. Woman and baby shot to death Louisville Kyd a oct. 21 Hardin county officers were Hunting today a Man listed As John Coffman 40, for questioning in connection with the fatal shooting of mrs. Anna Smallwood Keith 20, and her la months old son Charles. The Mother and child died Early today at a Hospital Here from i wounds suffered in a blast of shot gun fire at their Home in Eliza i bet town. 50 Miles from Here yes 1 ter Day. Officers said the woman i with her baby in her arms essayed the role of peacemaker by stepping Between her husband and another Man who had come to her Home allegedly to Quot Settle Quot a quarrel. The husband Harold Keith said his wife told the Man to go Awny but that instead he started shooting. Operator of drug company robbed Dallas oct. 21 up. Two men one thought to be wounded were sought by police today after they had robbed f. H. Freeland. Operator of a wholesale drug com Pany sunday night. Freeland sleeping in the rear of the drug store was awakened by two men who fold him they wanted to buy some liquor. Freeland went to a nearby warehouse and the men bought six quarts. They handed Freeland a $100 Bill. After he Hod Given them the change they threatened him with a gun took the Bill and robbed the Cash Regia electricity for two towns to be talked Sabine oct. 21. The citizens of Sabine pass expect to meet with a f. Combs agricultural agent for Jefferson county on tuesday night to discuss the matter of electricity for the two towns. Much interest is shown by Tho residents of both places. An unofficial count of from 60 j to 65 probable customers has been i made including All the government world wide a reception w with a 19361 me tone properties. In the event electric Power is furnished Here it is expected the government including the Light House quarantine and coast guard will take advantage of it. Truck crashes into parked car Here an automobile belonging to Morris Breaux 3212 Lakeshore drive was damaged last night when in collision wit ii a truck owned by William Mitchell 1015 seventh Street. Officer Joe Mcintosh who reported the Accident said Williams vehicle was parked at the curb when the crash occurred. Bottled Energy water front his colleagues vote More. Him Down lets wait a Little longer murmurs from bystanders about Quot those scabs Down there. The mayor s gone Home now with no quorum in sight others Trail away but More than too stick on two women Are there with a Sach setts bar examination. Both Hies asleep in their arms City were Blind. Petkovsek. As genial us i fair and colder Albany oct. 21 it a weather note Edward Repko reported police that some thief stole a it of Side curtains from his parked automobile. Alfred Lorenz also reported that someone broke into his House saturday night and stole three blankets. By col06y see a even if a it Ren really Happy its better All 9 around to pretend that we wallpaper is the rage Many new and attractive designs Are now in Stock Isit our wallpaper department and make your selection. Private display rooms make your selection a pleasure. _ _ a your Home service station builders lumber or. 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