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7 ' THE Thursday, November 9, 1933 1 Mormon Seminary Sets a Record for Twins f? a- -- I n aa a: i ' ,, . CC7 Scenes and Persons in the Current News 1 w '! H:fdL- vn' BEVERLY HILLS. Well all I know is Just what I read In th papers, and what I se her and Had a thsr. great Mara t no fA h-.&- CO I 1 H trip a couple of weeks T down in Texas, where I prowled 404. 1 PAGE THREE 'A R WIIMiK A t WS. NEPIII. UTAH TDIES-N- E around for 1 days with tbe Post Ofnce bunch, and Vice President G a r ner. It started out at the opoo- Arlington Track, tbe legalized and what a One - tSifrihr betting in Texas thing it was for Mr. W. T. Waggoner, the grand old Texas ranchman that spent millions on breeding and a wonderful race track. He tf.dfc was able to be right there at the finish to see em run. Twelve sets of twins in a total enrollment of 2S0 students is the record of tbe Juab Stake L. D. S. semiI was greatly Interested In this nary In Nephi, Utah. From left to right, the twins are: Bacft row Maurice and Marlon Chrlstensen, Melba a big frame of a and Mabel Fowkes, I'rlnclpal LeRoy Whitehead (not a twin), Ruth and Beth Lunt, Mildred and Max Bow lea. starting gate. Its concern that pnll with a tracthey Celia row Thella and Flarold Lawrence Clarence and Center Richardson, Brough, Clair and Clarice Kendall, acroas the and it , Broad-headtor, goes right and Donald Jones. Front row Wallace and Willis Bryan. Leon and Phyllis Green, Fay and Fern track, and has perhaps 16 or 18 little Ina and Inez Ilowarth. stalls or booths that the horses stand in. I had seen stationary ones, but this was the first movable one. They get em all standing in there. They can put a bar behind em if they get to backing out. Then tbe starter has an electric button on a cord, and as they all get lined up in there even, be pushes the button, and a gong rings right over the horses head and bway they go. Its 'v , an awfully even start, with no Via chance of anybody being left at the post. They had a marvelous crowd, and some fine horses. Mr. Farley was there. He is a great man for the administration. He makes a splendid speech and a fine Impres sion and knows everyone, and never forgets a face or nme. lie is really tbe exalted ruler of the political end of the Democratic Party. They had a lot . f prominent ones from Washington, all the assistant Post Masters but one. Then we had the Comptroller of the Currency, (if ' '54 any) and of course Vice President John Garner, as fine a character as ever lived. Lot3 of humor. He made several speeches and t. ey were all s) -'- V' ' vH JhrL - f rWAAN- r - r- - T. M fey i - - , ,,x t .f.Tr' mm , ILL 1 Police or Jerusalem battling with Arab rioters who oppose tbe government policy of admitting large numbers of Jewa Into Palestine. 2 George C Mathewa of Madison, Wis., being sworn In as federal trade by Edna B.VIncel, personnel officer of the commission. S American battleship Wyoming In Havana harbor, replacing the cruiser Richmond as protector of American lives and property. er What Bathers Will Wear This Winter Gold Miners Are Mighty Busy These Days h V I V V i I V L H 3X Winter bathing styles were previewed with a parade of pulchritude at Catallna Island. Careless Inforfor the winter season, according to the trend at mality is apparently the keynote to fashionable beach Catalina, where many fashion ideas originate. hot and cold at fair Londoners Couldn't Stand for This i good. Amon Carter was the proprietor of Ft Worth, started the whole party off with a big seance at his The administration's monetary policy has greatly stimulated the mining of gold and thousands of persons famous Shady Oak Farm, the night, before. I dident get to make that, busy getting out the precious metal. The photograph shows men and women panning for gold at a new I was still working In the movies. as "bonanza" near Denver, Colo. They say it was the biggest thing held in Texas, 375 guests. "COTTON" WARBURTON ever Then we went down to San Antonio, one of the grandest old cities Jn America, one of my favorites, cause its different We saw all those wonderful flying fields, one of em the finest in the world, the West Point of the air Then on out to the "A '1 beautiful little cit" of Uvalde, where j John Garner lives ( They had a little speakers stand out at the field and of course we all made speeches, Garner the best one, for he was at home. He appreciates his people and they appreciate him. You know Garner is quite a man. Lots of people might not realize what a capable man we have as Vice President. Do you realize he was the dominant Democrat of House of Representatives for 20 years. He engineered, or helped too, every bit of legislation that ever went through Congress. Not a man living is as well posted on all affairs of this Government as Jack Garner. God forbid that anything should ever happen to our Chief, but the fellow that thinks this Garner couldent carry on in great shape. Is crazy. Nick Longworth told me 10 years ago, that Garner was tbe smartest man in either the Senate or House. There hasent been a shot fired that Garner dident know what the shootw- rm"',mmKxmKM ing was all about. in York New Workmen unloading 250,000 pounds of pork that arrived We went out to Mr. Morrisons for immediate distribution among families on tbe relief rolls of the city. wonderful ranch for a real chuck- carloads to be placed at the The shipment was the first of forty-on- e wagon meal, and rMTW WM "Cotton" Irvine quarWarburton, of the federal the government city by disposal stayed all night W terback and captain of the Univer at A''j of I a t$rMjyMk this eden sity of Southern California football the saddle horse. team, is one of the outstanding play- Put me on one ers of the country. he had paid sev-- . enty-fiv- e thon HAS FUNNIEST FACE sand for. I got to thinking of the price and had to hold on. Mr. Morrison went to London s H I'',-with our Eco-- n o m i c Confer ence. Maby I shouldent have menthat Conference. The only v ' f- - tioned economic about it was that the thing dellgates got back here early, signed nothing so it was a success. Then we flew on to Houston, the home of Emperor Jones, Jessie Jones, head of the R. F. C. Everything in Houston over two stories, Jones has built. He was there that day, and had Just talked to the President on the phone. That was when they cooked up the scheme to ? ' 1 f buy the gold and Mr. Roosevelt told of It on the radio, lb next night which was two weeks ago. It seemed ' ' good to get first hand Information 1 of what our Government was to do Harrla Bwtni before It did It. but I dldont go and 1 ' A memento from President and Mrs. Roosevelt to Gen. Hugh S. blab It. I wish I could publish all This is "Rubber Face" Cox. who the beats I can get ahold of. I could, Johnson, administrator of the NRA, is this wicker stand and militant eagle, which Mrs. Hugh S. Johnson, General Johnson, and Mrs. Samuel was selected recently as having the but I wouldent get any more of em. e 19SJ VcNgil Sydumtt. In. funniest face In all England. Johnson, mother of the general, are admiring. are Government Pork for New York Poor 'Tpti 'pki; f ' " I ' ' v V tf 4 ''"5- 'JiH ly " ' "vi f'ii " . I' i fh ( . ..jiaimT? . Johnsons Get a Gift From Roosevelts records kept at the Havo-linthermometer on the grounds of A Century of Progress exposition, Chicago, show an average tempera ture of 70.1 degrees for the period from May 27 to October 27. The high temperature for the summer was 104 degrees at 4 p. m., on June 7, and the low was 33 degrees at 10 a. m. on October 25. Hourly readings were kept from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. by attendants at the tower thermometer. Daily Considerable excitement was caused in London one morning recently business people discovered the Nazi swastika emplanted. In the center of a Union Jack flying from the office of the Imperial Fascist league. The Royal Empire society, owners of the building. Insisted on Its removal as soon as discovered. when Breaks Fair Attendance Record ORCHID THAT EATS , . ii. 1 , -- O 4 KS -- 1 i4 J. - A V i'vV . ' S V : V - J : ' V Miss Julia Reed Is shown feeding flies and other Insects to "Darllng-tonla.- " the orchidaceous plant now being displayed In Washington this voracious plant catches Insects ind devours them. Adelbert E. Stockton of De Soto. Mo. (at right), who broke the record for attendance at American expositions by being the 21.480,142nd visitor to A Century of Progress In Chicago, Is shown being given an armful of gifts donated by concessionaires of the fair, by E. Ross Bartley, dire-to- r of publicity.