Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, May 1, 1931 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY fIMEa FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1931.
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
G. W. CROSS. Editor
| Hawks Surprises
I Irish hu Touring
Island in 2 Hours
C HICKENS TO SLEEP Hohart BOSWOVth
AM> THEN blOLLN | Kidding Rids
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Dublin, Irish Free State, April 30.
Capt. Frank Hawks, noted American
j speed l'lyer, astonished Ireland by
| making a 635 mile tour of the island
I Thursday in two hours.
I Captain Hawks left Heston air-
Idrome in England in the afternoon and
arrived at the Baldonnel flying field
two hours later. Checking his
Chicken thieves employed a newt
racket in Texarkana Wednesday
night, putting the hens to sleep be
This story is about Hobart Cos- j
! worth—about a joke that was decid-,
j Needless to say, the youngster’s
j unconscious humor threw the rest of
: the ctt.-f iuto gules of ittuginei ctl the
j veteran actor’s expense.
fore carrying them from
They stole six or seven Rhode Is-
land Reds from Mrs. Anna Bonnet,
70S Dudley avenue, after burning sul-
phur in the hen house to lull the fowls
hen edly on him! Bosworth plays a fire (
j captain in the Tiffany special pro- >
duction of “The Third Alarm,” show-j
ing at the Titus Theatre today and
bill signed for new
JEFFERSON COU RTHOUSE
i .Austin, April 30.—Governor Stor-
, ling Thursday signed a bill to permit
. Jefferson County to establish a sub-
One night while scene, were being sidi„.y cwth„usc ,md „„ „ Port
inmle outside the studio, children; Arthur. Another m i ,,y
l:\ .vded as rinse to the company at. thc Govel„01. to(1, alli)w tho
WOULD PROMOTE HOME
“They slipped up there with this
motor at the’airdrome, he took off sulphur and lit it,” said Constable work as ropes and guards permitted' Jefferson'Count7'sLriff\o”Tire ad-
again, announcing he was going to Walter Crowell. “Then they waited them, f requently, Bosworth, James ^jtional deputies.
make a tour of Ireland. Crowds at
the airdrome chuckled good-natured-
ly, apparently believing he was jok-
. Captain Hawks visited Cork, Lim-
legisla ui e <> —■ erjcjt) Galway and Athlone, flying
route of 635 Irish miles and
again at Baldonnel
a few minutes until the fumes put Hall. Anita Louise, Paul Hurst, Jean
the chickens to sleep and went up with Hersholt or other players would wan-1
their sack and got them without any dcr over to the side lines and talk to •»❖*>W*
danger of the chickens making
a the crowd of neighborhood youngsters.!
(on sinking ship)-
Effort of the
to submit to the people a constitution- j
al amendment to exempt homesteads j ......
of a prescribed value from advalorem l .mother two hours.
taxation will be not only a tax relief j
though perhaps in a small measure, ,
but it will have the happy effect,}
should it be approved of making the
owning of a home more popular.
This in turn will mean the building
of more homes, thereby furnishing
anmTtke expmlUu^ro/money'for A ^reproof material for construct- ' Scientists have found that the heat
furnishing and a general revival of i ing interior walls of buildings that is of the sun falling on a house roof is
the good'times that building always made f chemically treated straw has sufficient to supply
-Here, lady, take
j Peru has known gold deposits of my life preserver; it will save you.
considerable extent that are not be- Miss Highbrow—Sir! That ill-fit-
jng mined largely because of remote ting thing! It’s way out of style and
location, inadequate transportation you insult me. Keep it; 1 would rath-
and limited supply of labor. er drown first.
Ala moment when this group, all !
the men in firemen’s uniforms and j
several real firemen in the party I
stood at the side linos, one little girl '
tugged at Bosworth’s coat.
“Tell me,” she said. “Are you a
real fireman or not?” ■
WANTED—Ten boys 9 to 12 yet
to do light pleasant work afternoor!
and on Saturdays. Good pay. Apply
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brings. True, it will not be submit-
ted, if at all, until the general elec-
tion in the fall of 1932, but though it |
will be too late to give relief to those j
at present unemployed it would pos- j
sibly prevent future unemployment in j
The owning of a home by every |
man at the head of a family is “a j
consummation devoutly to be wished.” i
Every argument in favor of home j
owning is based on the stabilization
of tho population, the fastening of
the thoughts of the people on the per-
manency of residence and the conse-
quent willingness to join with the
other fellow to make the home town
a better place. If the legislature
does this it will have done enough to
justify its session, to say nothing of
its praiseworthy neglect of the freak
and useless bills that i’ has so far
seemed inclined to let die on the cal-
been developed in Germany.
needs if it could be utilized.
“No,” answered the uniformed ac-. -
tor with a dignified, paternal manner | FQR SALE 0R TRADE—Mv choice
and with a wink at Paul Hurst, “Pm j dairy cattle> al] fine jevseyS. Phone
gist another motion picture actor, > 170_j 01. see j, Wi Redfearn. 2dlw$
young lady, and such a good one at. _
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, May 1, 1931, newspaper, May 1, 1931; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783625/m1/2/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.