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. VOL. 3. No. 51 ALLEN, FLOYD COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY FEB. 8, 1934. $1.00 Per Year in Advance
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L d F Five men were arrested Sundavl-i-O ONE-YEAR TERMS Mrs. Margaret Boyd, 86 years old, , . 1. . ,
- _ O‘vere or by Sheriff Taylor Stuinbo and 59V”; , , Qdied at her home at Martin Wed-IInStltlltedb‘T ‘
I ' eral deputies in a sweeping raid 0f 9 BY flOYD 00 JURY nesday of this week, after an illness .
I l the Salt LiCk section Of Right Bea—f I attribute t com lication arisin ’ ° . “it I
311868,le “GkS ver Creek, four of whom were found; _._...__ , ; from he: exotreme page. s g! Flscal (/, 0 u rt .
..'_.__.__l with small amounts (if liquor and : CHARGED WITH SHOOTING ANDE Mrs. Boyd was one'of the oldest; . .
STATE LEGISLATURE IS SAID one of whom was we???“ m DOS-'.' WOI‘YNDING “YITH INTENT Eand best—known women in this sec-3 , , . ' '
‘ - v ' essi01 of a large distilling outfit. , TO KILL l , CLAIM LARGE SUMS WERE MIS-
l‘ ‘ TO BE READ‘ T0 ACE S I . " : 1 tion of the county. She was the APPROPRIATED BY FOR. ,
' ON BILL Dingus B'olen, of. Salt' Lick, was: ’ ‘m ‘mother of Ernest Boyd, prominent ‘ ‘MER (SFF‘ICIAIB
m “1'85th and taken to “11‘: count? ARStm \Zli‘ight, 25 yearstzld, twas Martin business man. Her husband " ‘ ‘
Followin its a roval of a re- jail. after having been ta en Wit fisentenced 0 one year in e s atel receded her in eath mauv ears . ._..___ _
duction of gabout 3§pper cent in the{ the still. and, according to county: reformatory by a. jury in Floyd cir-l :go. ' d ' y .. Claiming irregular, illegal and
cost of license plates for pleasure officials, 32 gallons of whisky and ':,15 cuit court Thursday‘of last Week. Funeral services were held on if.afigfulgrft'ba?:rofrflattmnfis‘ltffdmczzz
’ cars, the state legislature this week large amount of mash was poured : on a charge of shooting and wound—l P 'te Cre k Th “1 . it h‘ ’1 “E u l e 11% g 0 y
‘ L ~ ' t Some of those arrested have! ing with intent to kill in connectionI , ra r .e my” a er w 1c. ty were made by former members
was ready to act on another b1“ 0“ ' E .' . . . . Interment was. nude there under the of the f- cal court the court in spa-
* , - which would allow a reduction of paid fines and others are out under} With the shoot1ng of wmle “rug-ML direction of 15‘ i‘ Arnold . is , .
' “31,25 'er cent in the bond. ' {at Brainard last June. , 1 ‘ " ‘ ‘ ‘ cml sesswn Monday of this week
. approxmia 3 p y . _..;__._.n.nfi..-.._.».m-___. i \V‘ll‘ WV" h‘ Wh i~ , cou" r; _..—.._...“ “W' made an order asking that a thor-
. ., , 131-106 of. bus and tiuck license tagbb; _ , A‘ i lav-“5t ., 041:0: t 511110;;1. , ough investigation of the county’s
: ' Assurance that t'hebbdeO-m-dtrajAGED WOMAN DI ESE, 115ml \tgg ' 11::“; tha ChiwéiSAM WA [KER GETS books he made; refrained the coun«
II: ' VigpIPOVfSaJZSS gilji'zlnda; B. a1:::;:oon :ziiig‘nlfi hi: if: :rm, Tie shoobt—j ty treasurer from making»~ payment
.1 . Whén the 110115; passed a bill til} king was Said to have been the regfilti-l-[RM WEDNESDAY Upon any Warrants issued prior to
X ‘ bring trucks .Weighing less than‘ :of‘ trouble between. Austin Wright? their 133'; session, and instructed
5,500.within the provisions of theI ——-—~——‘ . .and Columbus Wright, father of Lid-gt H..... County Attorney Forrest D. Short '
' . , 1932 act regulating and taxing com-l PASSES AWAY, FROM CONH)LI(L‘~L wounded man. 1 WAS CHARGED WITH SLAYING to enter suit to recover such sums .; .
l ' mercial trucks using the state roads ,TIONS RESULTING FROM . .._. ---..---..-§..-.-._-.-. OF‘ BILL MUSIC ON ?f money as apparently have been
" fol. hire. {After striking out the; ‘ CANCER ' ‘ P’BURG GIRL ONg‘HONOR ROLL § CHRISTIVIAS— EVE illegally; paid out ofl county fugf.
~' - emergency clause, the House pass- —-——-—— , ‘ _-_—L _ The iscal court aso named ey ‘ _
. ed by a vote of 5,9 to 28, the bill‘ Mrs. Elizabeth Burchett Robin—1. Miss Naomi Gable, of Prestons—§ .8311). Walker, 01 Drlft’ charged K.. Hayslip. a certified public ac- ‘
” , designed to eliminate discriminatory son, 85 years old, died Friday ati burg, a graduate of the class of 1933,“; ““1 murdernn connection With the countant, to make an audit of the
' ' ‘ features of the 1932 law. ‘It ex—g the home of her son, Sherman Bur"1Prestongbufg high school, is one of} death 0f Bl“ M11310: 2Lyear-old county’s affairs, and appointed An-V
. -' empts tI‘UCkS hauling farm producel chett, at Wonder, from complica—i the 13 Students in Eastern Kentuw‘ Johnson county Youth, IWhO was drew E. Auxier, Pikeville attorney,
' ‘ ~~——-—--~~——-———~—~—-« itions‘arising from her extreme agei ky State Normal at? Richmond to? Slam at Du“ 0‘1 laSt Christmas Eve, as assistant to Mr. Short in their
. Iand a cancer from which she had: meet the stringentyflrequirments 31$ “”513 SW9? a .five-year _tel'm in the attempt to make recovery of the _
‘, .- ' - WAIER PROJEET g been suffering for. several years. zloxving her name tdébe placed on the, state-penitentiary by a 1‘11? in,Floyd large sums of money they say have
: =4”? .4 1 ‘7 _ 1 . } Mrs. Burchett was one of the best‘} 11011.6} "r611.”"iVIiss fidu’le, '.‘whol‘wirs iii: cu Fillilt . court . Wbdnesda) Of, this been vmisappropriatedu “‘5. ,' , 7 , 7 > “My .
. ' H '- ' I ’ ARIIN! known "V0139“ in this 89050? "lfi years old, has prevenherself a. veryi wee ‘ . v. . ; 1 Early in January, Magistrates M. ..x
l ‘ ~ . - . IFl'oyd county, and wasi'a devout; brilliant student, notonly in high; MuSic was slain, his throat cut C. Wright, Willie Hall and Janms . ,
~ - I ———~———-— 1christian, highly respected by llll school, where she .’graduated with. With a knlfe 01‘ razor, in a drunken Clark aSked that a special session ‘
‘ ’ Will]; START CONSTRUCTION lb" who knew her. She comes from;. honors, but: in her college'work as; tight in WhiCh' it was said about: be called for an investigation of the
1 ‘ ABOUT THREE WEEKS, zone of the oldest of the county's? well ‘ geight or nine other men were m'icounty's affairs, and while settiugf _
‘ . / ' )8 REPORT ’families. , i -_...m._..,~___'____.h.-._.. l Volvei Walker’s defense was that; Monday as the date for the session .
I. —-——. ' She leaves to survive her five; ' {while he was engaged in the fight,:; Judge W. L. Stumbo Questioned the
, ' The Public Works Administrationi children, three sons and two daugh-i MARY PAY-{0N 63 1 he was not guilty of the slaying. right of these men to hold office, ow
. last Smurf-2W alloted $43,000 to the‘ tors, Sherman Burchett, Richard: '3 9 f ‘ The slaying was done, it was said,‘ ing to the probability that the coun- '
.\ city of Martin for the constructionl Burchett andLacey Burchett, all or: MAYT WN :‘While Music was trying to seperate’! ty was illegally redistricted last year,
¥ ‘ . Of a city water system, WhiCh it 1123»S Wonder; Louanis Kenderick, and? ' l'twa men who had fallen to the} and stated thatthose who held these
‘ ' been reported, will create employ-l America Blackburn, Wonder; oneg ......“a {ground while fighting some pei‘son,l ofiic'es prior to the last November»
_ . ment for approximately 40 men f-brother, Jim Tusseyl! Burchett, of? PASSES AXVAY CAT WEBB HOME}; alleged to have been Walker, comingé election still hold their offices and ,
' « . the wonk _to last ‘.about three ori Woods, and one sister, Dollie Ses- AFTER SEVERAL MlON'I‘HS’ :np behind hiui, pulling his headj will hold them until their successors
‘ , ' four months.’ iter, of Ashland. ‘ ILLNESS ibackward, and cutting his throat; are legally elected. ,
,7. This allotment was 53m to have! Funeral services were held Sun-I 'W :from ear to ear. ! Other orders made by the fiscal
‘ hecn'a grant for 301331. cent 0f the" day afternoon at, the home of 1181‘! Miss Mary Patton: 63 years 0151,; "“"“‘—"~"‘”"““”‘"'—“ icourt at this sessiou were fOr thg
" ' ' "‘33? 0f labor and materials and a son, with the Rev. Isaac Strattoni 0f Maytown, died 'l‘uesday Of this? IS CERTIFYING POULTRY ’ repair of the county courthouse and ‘ -
‘ . direct loan for the remainder 0f “10‘ officiating, after which interment! week at the home of the late T. J." W. L. Baldridge, Floyd countv i the jail at a cost not exceed $4,500.
‘ “ money necessary, “lien "”15th “a"; was made in the home cemetery- iWebb after an illness or several poultryman, is certifying his Ply-iii the CWA would agree to furnish
, , paid ,by the city within 15 years. . ‘ _ ______._......_ 1 months. Miss Patton was never-g mouth Rock flock, and keeping demel labor; an appropriation of $750 for ‘ 3
\VOI‘k 011 this Dl‘OjeCt is GXDeCte’l‘ {married. but had been a hotisc—;oxisc1-ati0n records. _ {the construction. of a bridge across
1 > to start in about three weeks, or =18 PIKEVIl-I'E YOUTH " keeper in~ the Webb» home for zip-1 ~~~~~———~———~—-—--m—— lthe Big Sandy river at Tram, and an
.‘ 50011 as the contract is lot and 31" y proximately 50 years, and after the! order allowing $40 in each case for
i ’ proved" by the federal government. ' 3 death of Mr. Webb’s wife manl’QGHll-D IS Kl '.'-[B BY lthe burial of paupers, which is to be "
, WW’W l l years ago, she t00k :charge Of his[ I done under’the direction of the mag~ 1
. :Fl'oyd Miners Attend -_.. ”Ware“, and in that capacity 211-; TRAIN WEDNESDAY i istrate and in the district in which 4 ,
‘ ., ‘ . Funeral Rites In Pikei IS FOUND DEAD 1N “003111;”; deared herself not only to the tam—l ,the person died.
1 » ___._._ HOUSE IN LOUISVILLE . attended by hundreds of friends; . _.___. . ,‘ Judge Stumbo refused to sign all ’
‘4' y . Delegations of Floyd county mill"; SUNDAY NIGHT 1 (5'1" Mr. Webbv throughout this sec-l \VAS TRYING TO SAVE HIS DOG! Orders approvod by a majority of the
‘ , ers, representing the United Mine! _____~ 1 1011 of the county: ‘ 5 FROM DEATH \VHEN imembeis of the court, and Magist- ,
. Workers of America, went to Pike % Robert Robinson, 23 years 01¢! Funeral services were held at the STRUCK irate M. C. Wright was appointed a
. county Saturday of last week, where} of Pikeville, a student at the School; Webb home Wednefday afternoon,‘ .._... lisubstitute to sign in his stead. .
. » they attended the funeral of Perry, of Law, University of Louisville, wasi attended by hundr ds of friends; A four-year-old child, son of! The TESOIUUOD ordering an. aneSi- _
» Adkins, of Henry Clay. a miner who found dead at the rooming houses Rev. 0. P. Smith officiating at these} Robert Tackett, of McDoxvell, wasl gation of the county B shows fol-
’ was shot and killed there last week where he was staying last Sunday services and in his sermon praised) killed Wednesday of this Week! lows, in full: . ,
in a clash between Pike county ol~ night, a victim of asphyxiation from] this woman for heT unselfish ser-’ when struck by a C. & 0. passenger (Continued on Page Three)
floors and striking miners. gas fumes which came from an un— vice to her friends. Interment was! train at Dwale, while trying to save ~--- mm-
--..-.w.-. ”._.“... ‘vented gas heater, flames 0f WhiCll niade‘in the Webb cemetery underl hisdog from being struck by the MP8. cabeu Succumbs
» y i were turned onat tull force. the direction of E. ., . Arnold. engine. At Wayland Last Week .
' MAR-[IN DEfEATS At the coroner's inquest his death —-———~——~—-% ’.‘-“"m a The child was said to have been - _
‘ was attributed to gas, but officials , Iwalking along the tracks with his Mrs. Cabell, aged Wayland resi—
' PlKEVll-lf HIGH were uncertain as to whether his i . mother when the animal ran onto (lent, died Thursday of last Week ‘
. _ death was intentional or aCCidental. » ’ 9 the tracks In‘ front of theLfast ap- at the home of her daughter, Mrs
. _._.— He was said to have been dead sev- DIES I" 8 WEEK proaching train, and the child, fear- Jean Durant, from ‘.an illness of
; BEAVEB CREEK BOYS SWAMP oral hours before being found. ‘ l ? mg for the safety of his pet. ran several weeks, brought about by he, , i
y VISITORS BY SCORE A three-page letter was found mi -———3- after the animal before onlookers advanced age.
> > OF 56 T0 13 the room addressed to a Pikevillei PASSES AW'AY AFTER HAVING could interfere. The d0g was killed Mrs. Cabell was a widow, hei- hus-
‘ ______> girl, which said in part: ‘.‘Character BEEN BEDEAS’B FOR instantly, and the child was-terribly band having passed away many ‘
:. , The Martin high school Purple istics prevent me from making al SEVEN 1%EARS mangled, a part of the engine tear- years ago. Funeral rites were con-
Flash basketball team “wiped up the prominent. citizen of myself, worthy -—-—-.:,- iiig away a great part of 'his face. ducted at the, Estill cemetery Fri-
gym” with their visitors last Friday of being somebody. Dreams I have: Troy Prater, 33 years old, son of The child was brought to Allen- day, after which burial was made
I night when the Pikeville team went had of becoming of some serVice to; Dan Prater, of neai‘iHueysville, died by members of the train crew, where there. . ,\
, there and lost to the Beaver Creek my community and my country :11»; at his home on Brush Creek Monday he was placed on a bus, but died _~___ '
boys to the score of 56 to 13 Al-I pear to be broken. I’m dissatisfied; after a long illness? His death was before reaching the hospital at] Many Graves county poultry flocks
though the Pikevill‘e boys were bad-I with myself.” lattributed to a complication of ail“ Martin. . [Were bloodctested and accredited,
' ly beaten. it is held by those who: Robinson’s father is connectedi merits which had cox‘ifined him to his] ,. - . , and several demonstrations held, by
‘ , know their basketball dope that they: with the Big Sandy Fruit Company} bed for the past se‘ien years. A Powell county farmer spread a local hatchery in cooperation with y
f ' could have made a much better: at Pikeville. i Surviving are hisi’wife, Mary Hixl eight tons of marl on three acres the county agent. .
“ showing had they not been handi-a m___...w...w [Prateiw two children; his parents,' of land, and is planning to treat ._,___,__ ___-
, , {Continued on page four) ‘ Palmer Crisp, Allen. Ky. .1 I‘C'Ominued Millage four) {several more acres of his farm. i Mrs, Ben Norris, Martin.
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"AGE TWO ‘ . The Sandy Valley News, Allen, Kentucky THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1934
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_ ” . Published Every Thursday. A "FRO‘M— 7‘ .. L p _ ‘
” , , _ ” . A' 1“ ALLEN" ' ' ' ’ ‘ ‘ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ‘ ' ' ‘ ‘ ' ' 'Ednf’r A THE WINDY HOE!“ ., The Republicans call it gag rule]. gradually, in the light of industry's
,” ‘ ww__w;a_~—Pwel——~ I ;T_—'—"_—.__:_—'”=—— —the Democrats, for the most pend financial ability to carry larger DRY-
. ' ‘ Entered as second class matter‘August 1, 1.930, at, the post, office at A] BY CURTIS OWENS _ simply smileand say nothing. What—l rolls. Hope is for an 8-hour day.
.- . ' Allen, Kentucky, under the Act of March 3, 1878. l so Bernarr McFadden Opposes thel eler it is, the Roosevelt Parliment—i a 4-day week. Lapping a day from
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. ‘ ‘ _ , . . .. . child labor amendment. He asks] aryv technique works. .. . the week would, it is estimated, cre-
AdVeI‘tlSIIlg‘ 15 the all Of makmfl yo“ and lne to go out and kill it. A maJor test of PreSldentlal pow- ate 1,500,000 Jobs. How to reduce
. "9601319 want what they _‘otherwisel‘ And that, LIT. McFadden, was a11weL er came early in the House when working hours, employ more men. .
1’ I _.__ would “Qt know about. The great—i were waiting for. Yes, now that Democratic leaders adopted a rule raise wages, cut production, increase
. F a. manufacturer’s prices are “St indictment against the, patent: you want it, we’ll kill the amend— of procedure whereby no amend- business’ capacity to pay the bill, is
I” ‘. . I ” I too low, he will lose money; iii. medicine is not that i": contains p01», lnent. ment could be offered from the: the problem. ‘
' _, ' ' they are too high, he will loscl sonous 01” habit—forming drugs, but A 1 am. not acquainted with you, floor Which would effect the econ-A —-———
‘” , ”I . business; so there is adequate safe- lhat it deliberately makes well peo er. McFadden. j Your purpose and only sections of the Independent Of—l if you like big figures, take :1 .
guard against both ”extremes.” 1’19 think they are SiCk' tor the pup} interests may be honest and honor~| flees Bill, then under consideration! look at the Reconstruction Finance
' . This was the conclusion of Hor- Dose 0” Stimulating saleSI gable. l' anl not able to say aboutI or any.other appropriations meaS'IICorporation’s first complete report
I ' 7 man H, Lind, managing director ofi “fl“ “T” '.. ithat. But 1 have read some part ure that would appear during the to the public, Between February 2, , .
IV I’ . the National Machine Tool Build A“ ' " got‘ the trash thatlfious from your session. The rule was unprecedent- 1932, and December 31,_ 1933, it ‘
. ” ~ ers‘ Associatmn, in discussing in the Lt ” _ { pen. And. . . .v‘lrell—I have an opiu edwand it passed. ' There W069 had disbursed or authorized dis-
' ,I , I New -York Times the "steady i111 _ l ., > ...; .._ 1 -- ”glen about your sincerity. heavy Democratic detections, Wthh bursement of $6,000,000,000 m1 _ .
i: ., prdvement”. in this impo‘rtant capl b NIELE ER“ Pfli i The Matter in Question, resulted in Democratic leaders WOl‘k- 8,541 institutions. In 1932, $1,~
1 '» ’ .ital goods industry under NRA, I l. ‘ ” L But this, you may ,say, has 110th ing over the, mavericks in their 500,000,000 was distributed ._. 55
‘ since being “at an absolute stand- ——— ;- ling to do with child labor. Very party. Result of that was that a percent to banks, 20 per cent to .,
’” . , still last March.” (BY The 311911ng Bee Editor 0t . l‘lveil. Let’s get‘ to the point. move to recommit the rule wasL railways, the balance to insurance ,
z. ' As have many other industrial— The Courier—Journal) i “Because of,a few instances where slaughtered, 240 to 141. companies, building” and loan coni-
.” _y I -\ ists, Mr. Lind said that “productiOn _ The United Siatés .by yeason 0”] child labor isl ill—used,” you begin Most‘dramatic VictOl‘y Callie OUL cerns, relief agencies, etc. ”
. ””7”! .. costs have been lowered in vari— its great llllluX 0t immigrants 1"‘IS‘iII. Few!” ‘LFew? My dear Mr. January 20, when the Roosevelt] The RFC was due to pass away ”
”” ” , ” ous enormous trades. The econom- past decades has been termed if—l McFadden, where are thosg install. dollar devaluation bill swept thru' on January 22’ 1934_ But it was ,
ies effected have met the, added “melting POL" 1“ the sense *‘flmt cos of real child labor’s being any-,the House by a COll'OSfll margin Ofl given a new lease on life—”bills went
7'5, , , costs of factory reemployment un- it has received people of all nation, thing else but ill used? §360 to 40. It is doubtful if anyl smoothly through the Senate and
‘. ~ _der the codes and without much alities who have intermarried andI “But the child won’t get to wm-ijiece of legislation of comparablel House extending its activities until‘ ‘
. ' ” difliculty, Orders for machinery and blended through several generation-a till 16,” you go on.. I importance ever carried so fast. De—‘ February 1’ 1935’ permitting it to
- machine tools frdm Europe have into admixtures of all races, it is u. Well, what of it? Does the Unit-l, bate was almogt entirely shut offil sell another $850,000,000 of deb-
” ‘ . steadily increased since the revalu- melting P0t- I ed States heed the labor of chil—§ A11 OPPOSition amendments WGI“’-L sutures to, the treasury with which
.‘ ‘ ‘ ‘ation of the dollar,” he continued,1 Did it eVel‘\ocCu1‘ to the bOYs and dren? What of the.men___five mil—l shouted dowu, Dozens of represenvl t9 finance future operations, ,
,. “and increased domestic‘demand is] girls who are taking Part in the lion—idle and. hunting for W01'k73l53tiVeS who admit they do not uu-l ___________..._
. largely, from the automobile mau- Spelling Bee, 89011801”ed by the.Cour-‘ My dear friend, will they help to derstand the present d011'ar polioy| E .
, I ufacturers, Who had {0 change ovel‘l ie‘r—Journal, that the English 133%,};iu your allielldmcut? I ‘ ‘thcroughly, voted for it. ii] 6 K PRQGRAM
”, . Production processes for their newl’ ““15“” also is a “1‘11”;ng 1’9””? The”; Killers inc-Great Come From. ” The measure has four specific; 0 l o
.. » modelS-” , _ iwere many yAugloSaxon Words Gr". "But our g'i7’eat eéecutives WorA phases. First, the treasury is _giVen1 ,.l-
” ‘ , , “One of the reasons for the low iginalll'. FollOWillgl Caesar’s ‘50“ workers while children,” you say ‘title to all of the nation’s monetary! . , |
~'- cost production of new cars is thel quest Of Britain‘and the Norman Yes, the Middle Ages had serfs ‘ gold stock, including that held by . , o
" , 'adoption of speedier and more of invasion under William the Con- and Rome ha‘dslaves. But Ame“ federal reserve banks. | Five weekly talks on opportun‘b
1”. , ,. ” ficient tools and equipment which I queror, words of Latin and French ica is leavinthhese things. Besides; Second, it fixes 60 "per Cent Of the! ties in business for women will be
. the builders had taken the ODDOI"|f0und their way into the melting Lincolns and, ”Jacksons are rare.‘: dollar’s present gOId content as tho 'broa‘dcast from the University of
. .. , tunity to perfect during , the” lull DOt- ” ., lAlld you”,kllow the greater numbcrl'maximum of gold value after re- Kentucky studios of WHAS Louis- .
,, ' I , . since 1929. The refrigeration- and The Danes also poured in more‘ of executives are born idwealthyfi valuation. ville beginninv February 1:2 The
:73“ washinngachine industries, both 611' words. The Hanoveria Kings from aristocratic classes. By far thcx Third,’ it glVes the Administra— time” of the talks will be uniformly
f 5.”, ,”‘ . ' » joying sharp sales increases, also "Germany and their friends made greater number of child workers} tion a fund 'of $2,000,000,0,00, ob- 12:30 to 12:45 I) m and will be
, , are installing new equipment. These further contributions. Scientists have been buried in the graves of; tained from the added value of! sponsored by the ”Lexlngton Busin—
if”: , , three industries supply excellent or found it more convenient for their dcspail‘,. l'j‘j, . lthe treasury’s gold after devalue—i ess and Professional Women’s Club,
-I;.;.;; _ . . amples of cost reduction through purposes to Spl'lnkle 111 words ”A “But every state should have the} tion has taken place, with which to’ Incorporated '
” p ‘ '. improved equipment in many in-lGreek origin for exact expression right...” you;_fi;continue. Estabilize the foreign Value of the»MOnday February 12:
i” _- .' ‘ . . dustries and the consequent tapping 0f their terms. A11 boys and gmg Ah, yes! State rights. State Sov-, dollar. , . 12,36 1; 12,45 “0 ..__ . - g
‘ f ‘ of new, lower purchasing povver W110 have Stildied geography are Ui‘eignity agaifi25‘,” ' l ' Fourth, it gives the treasury” tunities ofo- ”Wonllmlg”: Drill? ”
, ‘ . __ markets.” familiar With $1011 Spanish ingrec‘r State Soveréifinty is a very old! greater power in issuing and float.t‘ Greenwood ”Cocana: .1391, liex‘n”; . 3
7” . \ Industries seem to appreciate the cuts in the melting pot as “mesafl lady.. And 59”.,-She suffers again. ‘ ing government securities, thus simvl ton g ” 1 A:
:w , , g vwlsdom of President Roosevelt’s The settlement of the United Well; she hasfifififfered since the na~Lp11fying the great refinancing taskl” 19_”45 ' y' .. " ”I?”
,3“ ‘ advice of-last June.‘ When-he Sign- States gave an opportunity for ex- tion” began. 3.137511% "wept at every A that ”confronts the federal govern l ””0 ”013:0?” ”IL—i Agflcu-{tnt E ”"3"
A, ' . . .‘ ‘ ed the National IndustrialIRecovery tended international relations and new thing we tried. She'has moan- ment now. _ The treasury is in“, :; D1312: BO‘PEZRUQ‘Y in 1934 f
“A; Act.‘he said: “I am fully aware that l for much 1mmlgratlon Whlcll brought 'ed from so many. complaints. Shel ed to purchase any type of govern. 1_00 £0 115 m”——‘0- 10‘ :
”A, ~ > wage increases Will eventually rais‘ convenient foreign words intogood has groaned so loud and SO 10113! ment security with any other type .” ” p” \' 1gan me I”
All ” . ” costs, but'II ask .that managements “5339- . A fad for wearing a 10059 that sometimes I wish she would! and may sell issues privately with— (has;
g; .- _, V . give first considel‘atiOn to the im garment peculiar to the Japanese die. ‘ ‘ out offering them-to the general" 1:13 to ,1”3,0 p. m.-“'l‘he Geog—
Ij:.j:' provement of operating figures by gave the Japanese word “kimono . , {rhesmte Linc, Lpubllc. ' mph-y 0i Ixentucky,” No, 6, ny
:54, I_ . _ ' greatly” increased purchasing powei to the melt-1ngpct. ,Turks and Per- ”But certainly she should not in] Main opposition to the bill. is bas— T 1:62:15, (ifs: Robinson.
W . _ 4 p of the public. That if? good econom-l SlanS added 'klosk.. . . ~terfere with the right of our chil- ed on the fear of putting so vast a - ucs a), c ruary 13:
{77.17; " ‘ . .' ics and good business.” It should The mOSt interesting part. Of AM dren. Children are not bounded by' power in one man’s hands—it ob~ 122.30 to 12:45 p. m.—B1ue and
if. . . ~ be apparent that he was well aware‘ this to the: boys and girls Is that state lines. The tots of Kentuckyl viously makes Mr. Roosevelt a mom Vii/bite Orchestra. . .
‘ .” 0f the comparative ‘ease With WhiCh these foreign (””1ng 0””. ’Engllsll and the AOtS 0f Tennessee are b01311” etary dictatOr with hardly a l‘estric- ””45 to 1:00 p. m.—(a) ””Chmk '
, , industries could eliminate whatl Word? inouellce the meanings and children, regardless of the line “L mm Supporters of the New Deal Feeds and HOW to Use Them,” by
””17” . many of them now admit was ap- spelling. Just as all Citizens are tween the states. And you know claim that it what the country is I J' E' Humphrey. Ab) “Agrlcultur.
‘ . . ‘ ‘ . _ polling waste and thus adjust them— interested in the civic and social re that in child labor laws one state wanting; that it is essential to ”a a1 OllthOR For I'ientucky in 1934”
. , ” ” selves to the simple principle of ef- suits 0f the United States as a melt- can play havoc with the other for. covery that the President be gjvpn by Dr. H” 13' Price. . ”
‘ . flcient service/ ‘ ing pot for peoples, so will all boys ty-seven.” . free rein. ' 1:00 to 1:15 p. m. —“Intlma£e
,4. ‘M and girls ”find interesting} spellings You say that it’s easy to destroy /‘ _ Moments With the Masters”.
I: ‘ “ and meanings in the words comprls- child labor. . ,Then why has it not Tue American Federation of Lu-- 1”15 to 1”30 p. m.—-“Carlcature,
Al. I. _ PAIENI MiDlCINES ing “the melting pot known as 1:11e been destroyed long ago? ,, You say bor’s report on 1934 prospects was Past and Preesnt,’ N0”, 2' “Call'ot
” I ' , " . Enénsh langélagte. .11 fi (1 't ntel the NRA has made ”this amendment' 3. good deal more interesting and 2:?n21:: (felglzxiila d9” Arte,” by.
. , , ‘.‘“ » oun‘rsuen w1 nle '— .‘ - .. . " .
i {ERICANS spend approximately aining Oto look 8upon the melting Engicf::;y£h 32:11”. thank (if 36L 11”}1p01”lant than idocuments 0f the“Wednesday, February 14.: . ,
” ” ” A $360,000”000 a year on SC"'pot of words as still simmering. :0. 1‘ ”femaIt” 1t'wlotn O a Y mud usually 316' FOIBCaSt was! 12245 to 1:00 p. nl.-“Agricul- f
is: ”. called patent medicines, Dr.‘ New words frequently are bein? .alm. n ac , l mlglhdo somel that'prospects [tor employment andi tural Outlook for Kentucky for . ”1
-‘ . . . . . I“ good. It might keep children out earnings ar conSIderabl bl‘l hter
., ‘ Arthur J. Cramp, director or the m Lsprinkled into the mixture for sea— ”of the ra of selfisl em 10 rs b t h e y g ’ 1934,” by Dr. H. B_ Price.
vestigation bureau of the American‘ soning. Words formerly a part 03- l't mi g .81). , _ 1 p ye ‘ u t at one phase 0f present re-l 1:00 to 1:15 p. m.—“From the
. . . . . .. . _ . ght give their Jobs to the men covery efforts—~threatened inflation , ‘
_ 1 Medical ASSOCIatIOP, told Falm andl the mixture have boiled away, and who are idle” by fiat mone __ d _ h .[ Ixentucky Mountains».
. ' Home Convention visitors at the Ag. I they exist only in a vapor form Wa'l 1 v A, ‘ show ‘ . y en angers t e “”1101“, 1:15 to 1:30 p. m_;.“The Dean
”‘ , ricultural Experiment Station. may recognize as obsolete and ar—‘ ”\0' I thmkg’ Ml” McFadden, thét ” _ 0f Men Speaks for His BOYS." ,
Only the fancy name of the pat. chaic. > . on. second tho-light we may not k111i Four specific changes for the bet. N0. 3’ “Student Loan Fund and
l ”. . ‘ out medicine is trade-marked; the “Menu” from the FreOch is all this amendment. . l"fer in 1933 were chronichled: a gain General Welfare of Students," by
”I. manufacturer does not patent his example ”of a word taken from a Speak [Your Opinion. , “1 employment 0f more than 6:00'0 Dr. T. '1‘. Jones.
' product; because if the public knew foreign language in entil-ity. ”on If you are laboring man 01" are 900; a (imp 0‘” four and a. half 1101115 Thursday, February 15:
‘f'I‘ the elements in the mixture the in- sist” derived from the Latin and interested in he protection of chil- In tho average work week; better 12:30 to 12:45 p. m.——Johnny
.' ” ,” dustry would be ruined, Mr. Cramp meaning to resist has become 0b_ dren from th evils of child—labor, organization among indllStFial Walk" Vance’s Orchestra. '
' said. A monopoly in the use of the solcte.. Within the memory of l‘iv— send a card t the Honorable Alex “‘5 0f alllilndS; all increase in the ' 12:45 to 1:00 p, m.-—“More Home '
; .. > name is obtained, instead. Yet Wheqling generations the development of Hill, Frankfo t, Ky., and say: workers ”1001119 .0: 11-7 per cent. Demonstration Agents in Kehtuc~
'. _ physicians attack ems inherent in aviation has added “msflage” from “I am inteested in the child—la- The report painted out. on the ky,” by Lulie E. Logan.
p , the' patent medicine, business, the the French to replace the evaporat- bor amendmett and hope you can! debit Slde, that businese is 30 ~Del“I 1;00 -to 1:15 p, m.~—Ruby Dunn:
\” I' cry is often raised that criticism 15' ed “obsist’! in the English vocabu- help secure its ratification by _Ken-. cent below normal still, that mosfl and Gentry Shelton.
. caused by fear of the loss of pat» AMY. tuckyj’ l} . ,1mp.ortant thing ls restoration cfl 1:15 to 1:30 p. TIL—“The Search
.- , , ronage. In actual fact, of the poo _ Every word should mean some , ——-—l-—-—-———-I- lbusmess. confidence, that private m- . for All Knowledge,” No. 4, by ”
‘. . ., ple frightened by a patent medicine thing to all boys and girls in the :.NOTICE . ltlahve ‘5 flu“ 0f paramount import L L. L. Dantzler. '
. . ’ advertisement into believing the spelling Bee. Each word should r—-—-I lance. Belief was expressed that the Friday, February 16: ”
> ‘ -‘ they have some disease, probably stimulate the imaginafion and a— All persons, Will take notice that workers always 1059 through infla- 12:45 to 1:00 p. In. — “What- . ”
> more than half go to their family rouse curiosity. How did it get in— pursuant to agreement and consent tion—that only wealthy speculators Farm Folks Are Asking,” by L. :
.> , physxcmn. If_ physxmans ‘were‘ 1n— to the meltnngqL? Is there a spe— of all the stockholdels of the Hop— have a chance to gain. C. BreWer.
‘.' - . spired by commercial conmdcrahous cial reason why it should be spelled kills G10091‘Y;100nlpany, a corpora- About the same time the repo