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1 BEAT. RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURDSAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1929 f PAGE TTTPm Oub Leaders Will Attend Logan School MARCH OF TIME The i hv the Editors of TIM E The Weekly Seusmazczine PB I ican Aviation dragged out an injured man. The Douglas company identified him as "Smithin, a mechanic,' but near public forest reporters learned that he was Capts! Iff OH u li CCC by Paul Chemidlin, a lan military ob-- ! trees; put UV3 serves .,973.900fire at fighting Since Army and Navy make a great ji P'Jan-day- s completed 102,004 bother about secrecy in the design! un Ci Pven .' I,, roads: killed rand constiuction of planes, questions; Cm of tr-irift does. poCk- had to be asked in Washngton, Fiom :;ntedf0kIbbits: practiced General Henry H. Arnold, chief Major infestro? on 30,774.000 of the Air Corps, Chief of Staff Malin 00 .vegetated" (grassed) Craig and others, the Senate Military A 0f grazing lands, built Affairs Committee learned that AmtOW 3,612 MM dam8' bassador-to-Franc- e Bui!-William C. fXions for fire itt months ago asked Douglas to show im of telephone line. "YOU CAN T say a the French the new plane, was turned thing on girl actually the J This little Jugoslavian w;.v.-..-air," vigorously declares aclcr f v down because of objections.! Army has a wolf for a pet! Her father ' Its landowners. W. ' C. Fields m the current ' of (right) private ' 1 caught it as a puppy, and she has Look magazine describing his feud control. The that Mr Bullitt appealed to Franklin .f consent ,. who reversed the Army do- ' raised it just as if it were a dog. Roosevelt, ' with broadca. iter Jimmie community groups ofj cision; that General Arnold P1VZt the' (left). f5rpS signed to combat permit for French inspection of the Slf 000,490 dams to check plane on orders from the White House j maintains t 1 ' , also digs and -' 1 .v V "? 3' Immediate result: preparation of a! Hrainage districts organ-- : bill to give military authorities sole p local governments and & by IfHlfXY it looks to the 82.. discretion in opening U. S. aircraft land re- - f acilities to foreign purchasers. ..Mil ollS of U. S. farm men franklin Koosevelt spoke upj most its of one drainage as at press conference. He had learned of fields operations. future that France needed U. S. planes. He! f saw no reason why France shouldn't S RIDE get the newest types, although praciHEMroLEN-tice has been not to permit mam:- One morning last I WASHINGTON facturerS to sell any model of war plane to a foreign country until six nnlane tOOK nff from Los Angeles months after sale to the U. S. Army was the secret Municipal Airport. It bxV'?;7 Clark Gable slng3 and dances in hisl has been made. The President rea v Donald ' next picture. He and Norma Shearer V w of famed Planemaker ' soned mat trench orders would set s " ' ' are teamed together in the forthcom- , "i'7fi-fnouelas in a forthcoming competition U. S. factories in motion, make them ' ' not even ling "Idiot's Delight." I IL Army bombers, and : . readier to fill domestic orders. Havallowed been had Armv fliers . ing talked it over with his Cabinet, .Wftefuamea room v he had Tiabled Fr mis- t rtfrw wriior tVip shin. sur-' sion now in the U. S. to see various A,rcraiiw" a ron sdccu 01 iuu in. ... j w "iovo J things it wanted among them, the C h had been built. Douglas bomber. almost for aloft After cavorting Also published last week was the Silf an hour, the new bomber whipped V-- news that France has just doubled an climbed i0w over the airport, again n order Curtiss-Wrigmade 100 last year for soared along at 3 000 feet and Pursuit ships of a type alin. '100 p. h- Test pilot John Cable in U. S. Army use, and plans to 'hen apparently cut one motor to try ready buy of perhaps 400 more planes (re?a climb on half - ' power. Instead :.T..a..l v. - ; .. tu oVi'v n'Otlt intn s RTin. portedly through financing arranged. Jackie Cooper demonstrates how to aid ... ..... 511U1!U"'6 ... r a fainting person, ooe of the things a fhn fable bailed out at ouu reet, vy1"1 fiumun nuusevea s assistance. ) & II Nil v " Thus the crash of the Douglas Cinderella with her glass slipboy scout should know according to filled the ripcord of his parachute ITtho picture artide on Boy Scout Anniper had nothing on this pretty died on the ground. In a bomber proved to be not a spy story too late Sim. .kiM.X, miss, picture..! in Look, with versary Week In the current Look :ckng lot less than 50 feet from his but a new chapter in U. S. foreign And bathtub. desks, beds, they're magazine. making glass gnss per nine demousnea bomber body, the CtXaT CERq Ctnef RCTHtOTe nOTf TOO. o Automobiles before it stopped. sur-- : jn a few seconds before flames MISS PERKIXS ACCUSED - - unded the wreck three employees With the expected fall of Loyalist week. North Dakota's Senator Gerald WASHINGTON if the near-bplant on North AmerCongressiona P. Nye, long a champion of the Neu- Catalonia, Republican Spain will cona growling at Madam Secretary of La- trality Act, also came out for lift- sist only of the area. By Mrs. David Larson bor Francis Perkins last week culthe embargo, and even the Pres- It is without war industries and is fed ing minated in a sharp, open bark. Repub- ident's wife made a speech about Neu- mostly by vulnerable Valencia ProAllen and Dyal Sorensen, cousins, lican J. Parnell Thomas of New Jernow 30 is whose are each exhibiting fat sheep at the only vince, capital trality. sey offered a resolution in the House But amid such sentiments and sub- miles from the Rebel front. The sur- Ogden Livestock show. Both boys are instructing the Judiciary Committee Franklin Roose- est indication that all was up with F. F. A.'s at Bear River High School. to inquire whether Miss Perkins ject to such pressure, Willar'd Larson and Ray Somers Act. Al- the Republic was the fact that when the stood velt Neutrality by should be impeached for failure to dewas news the Barcelona were home from the U. S. A. C. over fell, kept though he never loved its strict pro- secret in Madrid. port radical Labor Leader Harry Brid- visions, the week. he' know that at such a late ges, an alleged Communist. R. J. Totter, W. E. Hansen and hour lifting the embargo would inNot since 1932, when RepresentaMussolini trouble in in left But Dictator S. U. Richards of Fielding met with Horace Rome, the volve tive Wright Patman attacked Andrew and threaten U. S.diplomatic more no in anybody's mind that Bar- - the county commissioners Monday in far doubt peace Dr. Miles Mellon, has such a resolution been than it could help Loyalist; celona's fall was a fascist triumph the interest of oiling the main road seen in Congress. Not since the Sen- effectively NERVINE and a French defeat. To a cheering which runs through this town and ate voted that President Coolidge Spain. mob of black-shted Fascists ordered connects with the road which was late "Did th work should fire Secretary of the Navy to before Palazzo Venezia, ly oiled in Fielding. the gather The armies of Rebel Generalissimo says Denby for his part in the oil scan- Francisco Franco meanwhile marched II Duce defiantly shouted: "The splenE. S. Hansen, sons Warren and Wen Miss Glivar dals has one been adopted. attended the Ogden Livestock is of another Barcelona did dell, victory to Barcelona on three sides and, Miss Perkins, who knew she would up on Wednesday. Mrs. Hansen we new in are; show the fusilTHY DON'T Europe chapter with no more than a sniper's show-- 1 not be a welcomed as went far as Brigham, where she impeached, Franco's magnifi1 in Spain fell. creating. General YOU V- down. She said that the only ground lade, the biggest city to visit relatives. legion-aire- s remained our fearless and cent troops action comparTRY IT? , on which Harry Bridges might be de- No European military Marie Miss Larson, who was recentnot beaten have the (Premier) only since taken to had it able place After raore than three montha ported is that he belongs to the Com- Prussians took Paris in 1871, and. ac- Negrin's government, but many others ly released from the the L. D. S. Is visiting of suffering from a nervous ailmunist Party, which he denies and to all calculations, th Span- of our enemies are now biting the Eastern States mission, east bein the friends and which has not been established as a cording ment, Miss, Glivar used Dr. Miles relatives motto was 'No won Their dust. pasaran, Rebels like the Prussians, had ish home. Nervine which gave her such fact; that even if it were establshed, their war. but we did pass and I tell you we fore returning iplendid results that she wrote For several days, what is designatthe Department of Labor would still one of the will continue to do so." Vincent Sheean, Writer us an enthusiastic letter. have to wait for the Supreme Court last men to give up a fight against The politically wise crowd needed ed as the west street, was blocked If you uer from "Nerw. to pass on the case of Joseph Streck-er- , reaction, wrote democratic Spain's no coaching to guess that prominent If you lie awake nights, whose deportation was halted by square came the optimistic shout: obituary when, after inspecting the among "others of our enemies" was the an official orttari at sudden noises, tire the Fifth Circuit Court on the ground scene, he reported: "A fascist triumph the Republic of France. They cried "On to Paris!" Then easily, are cranky, blue and that being a Communist was not suf- in Catalonia appears to be beyond "Tunisia!" "Corsica!" and "Down der bade Italians put away their f&gety, your nerves are ficient cause. one end of flags until Madrid falls. question. . . It seems to me sure that with France!" and from atprobably out of order. in to this Quick deny any pait the Spanish tragedy will end its days Juiet and relax them with the tack on Miss Perkins was her loud- of active war very soon At pres' sune medicine that "did the est critic, Represent! tive Martin Dies ent it seems that the moment for work" for this Colorado in of Texas. Safd he: "I wouldn't go so girL plain speaking has arrived, and is Whether your "Nerves" have far as to accuse the Secretary cf high fact overdue, and the soldiers appear troubled you for hours or for crimes and misdemeanors." to think the same. The southern part Fears, you'll find this time-testof the Republic is starving and isoremedy effective. lated without war material. It is all WAR'S END NEAR At Druq Stores 25c and $1.00. over now. and those who have most WASmNGTON Letters and tele- admired the courage and pride of the the sur grams demanding that the U. S. arms Republic must hope only that the irom obtain will mercy vivors be lifted on Loyalist Spain embargo poured in at the White House last fascists." ta ued From One) j j iw ; Fre-ne- ; j j ?ji -' 1 look-out- s, d-- j -- I CEf .. j soil-wasta- li rJnisuj ty-f- j ? Tit " -- co-o- w j !Z ! & m J ni -- J '"- J - 5 f . i f ' Til ht - .. . . . iw.'-- SH : EAST GARLAND y Madrid-Valenci- ii Six leaders of clubs in Box Elder county will attend the annual club leaders' training school at Utali State Agricultural college In Logan, February 27 to March 4, Robert H. Stewart, county agricultural agent, announces. A special feature of the school will be a daily recreation program under direction of Miss Ella, Gardner, nationally known recreation instructor, whose services have been obtained after the college extension service officials had negotiated two years for her services. The extension service is preparing a recreational manual and program which Miss Gardner has written to be used in her daily classes during the schooL At least two hours of each day will be devoted to instruction of leaders in recreational activities. Miss Gardner will give instructions for teaching of social and folk dancing, activity and mental games for large or small groups, Btunts, amateur dramatics, recreational festivals, and community singing. She will employ the method of instruction, and special time will be allotted to discussion of arranging iccreational programs for individual counties and communities. A new outline on house management and furnishings, which Mrs. Ef-fi-e Barrows of the extension service staff has prepared, will also be ready for use at the school. It will supplement a book in house management and home furnishings which club lead; ers are using to instruct girls who have already had two or more years of club work in other projects. Other special features of the school will include instruction for leaders in dairying, sheep, raising and breeding, swine and beef production, forestry, foods, farms poultry production, and crops. The college faculty will be available for competent instruction, said D. P. Murray, state boys' and girls' club leader with the college extension service. 4-- H learn-by-doin- g 4-- H with snow drifts. As a result the school children were transported in bob sleighs to meet the school busses at the main highway. W. E. Hansen, in company with other interested men of the valley, visited the state road commission, also the state legislature, Friday. Relatives from Ogden of Mrs. L. M. Holman, braved the blizzard Monday to spend Mrs. Holmm's birthday with her. They were surprised when they reached our valley to enocunter the bizzard. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Isaacson en tertalned at .a home social, Thursday evening. Their guests were a group of younger married people, who enjoyed a pleasant evening of games, Refreshments were served. E. E. Hansen and sons took a truck load of sheep to the livestock show Monday. The families of J. W. Larson and Paul Larson motored to the Ogden Livestock show, Wednesda .y Some of the regular weekly meetings were not held because of some streets being bocked with snow drifts. Cbaoilt the s it 1 ... Sale? ed KINGLESS SHEERS X New Radiant Colors for Spring WE HAVE THE NEW BEMDII WASMEE -3 J es, the "Bendix" Home Laundry ested in a way to cut your wash Washes, Rinses and Damp Dries day cost, see the New "Bendix" automatically.. . . If you are inter Home Laundry. 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