Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 66, Ed. 1 Friday, June 3, 1932 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
FRIDAY. JLNE 3, 1932.
ORIGINATED POPl'I AT? PRK'FS
HAVE MODERN EC'UIPMENT
USE COMPETENT HELP
APPREC1TE YOUR PATRONAGE
F. D. THORNTON, Cleaner & Hatter
OCR PRICES ARE IN KEEPING WITH THE TIMES
1st floppiest ft. Hitler
Power is Growing
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
G. W. CROSS, Editor
Beilin, Germany, June 2.—Ger-
many’s “feudal” government, headed
by Lieut. Col. Frame Van Fapen, ex-
pelled from the United States during
the World W ar, appeared destined to-
day for a short life.
The new Cabinet was regarded gen-
erally as a stop-gap between the re-
■■■■■' " ——...... cent Government of Heinrich Bruen-
People around Deport had been illg and that to come by Adolph Hit-
stuck in the mud for years when rain Ter s Fascists. The Oeichstag was ex-
it was fine mud, to h* sure. 1 Pected to be dissolved in a few days,
Master’s Drowning Mourned by Puppy
was fine mud, to be sure,
and covered valuable land that grew I Possibly by written order from Presi-
and still grows bountiful crops, but;dent Von Hindenburg without even
Entered at the postoffice at Mt. Pleas-
ant, Texas, as second class mail mat-
ter. All obituaries, resolutions of
respect, cards of thanks, etc., will be
charged for at regular rates.
made popular and automobiles were
far in the future.
_ But hardly had the road been built
5 u * " = ““ -’--j than some of the people served be-
REASONS FOR BUILDING ! gan to complain of the rough road
P. & MT. RAILWAY , bed, the poor service as to frequency
_ j of trains and delays caused by the
newness of the road and its equip-
ment. Apparently they expected de
when it began to stick to the wagon I convening, thus saving the Cabinet
wheels and even almost bog a horse i embarrassment of a certain de-
for weeks at a time, that was some- : *eat ’n Par‘’ament.
thing else. They had to come to Par- ! new re8jme ’n(duded feudal
is at least occasionally to pay taxes landowners, military leadeis and in-
and do jury service and the stores Huential industrialists. It would re-
had to get supplies from the whole- ^main in Power after dissolution of the
salers here, and a railroad appeared I Reichstag pending new elections in
to be the only thing to furnish relief, IJuIy or August. Hitler’s Fascists ap-
as surfaced roads had not then been Peared certain to come into P°wer ,n
Not all the railroads deserved the
hard things said about them years iuxe service with parlor cars and rock
ago when they had things their own ba]lasted road bed—things which no
way to 'a great extent and gave peo- road ever had unti] years after its
pie to understand that the public had construction and then only when the
nothing to say about how they oper- patronage justified and supplied the
ated. One of these was the Paris fURdSi g0 they took to calling the
and Mount Pleasant. It was never road the “Paris and Unpleasant”
that way. though they still used it to get them
Built by Paris and Mount Pleas- 0ut when weather conditions made
ant capita], the road at first ran from ether means practically impossible.
Paris to Bogata, a little beyond De- Came 1917> and Lamar County de_
port. It was built becau»e of the in- cjde<j to vote on a bond issue to build
sistent demand from the people of roads that aut0mobiles, then rather
that section for a way to get to Paris nunieroug) could travel. The order
and back home when there had been for e]ection wag made and the elec.
rain, and its promoters, the men who tion was held> Did that country vote
supplied the money for the building, for the Gilding of the roads? They
thought they saw a chance to make a. AiA not< They expressed by their
: votes that they were willing to rely
J on the old fashioned roads when the
j weather was good and the Paris and
Mount Pleasant when the mud was
i too deep to travel.
| By 1919 however, they began to see
Office over Swint Bros. Drug Store light. Other counties were build-
—■ hi—, ing roads and reaping- the benefit
offered in easier and
Dr. W. A. Taylor
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Modern X-Ray Equipment
dios at a Bargain.
McCLINTON RADIO ithey offered in easier and cheaper
I sell R. C. A. and Vic- jtraveI and when the proposition wa-
ter Radios Repair and Imade that any section that did Rot_
Service all Makes Testiwant the roads would be ]eft out 01
Tubes Free. Used Ra- the territory deluded in the order of
| election, they indicated they wanted
j to come in and when the election was
i held they voted for the roads and got
I The Paris and Mount Pleasant, like
j all other roads, has suffered from the
j automobile, 'hut is still plugging
j along, doing the best it can and serv-
! ing the people who have never appre- j
J dated its real worth to them.—A. ’
| W. Neville, in Paris News.
“President Von Hindenburg is now
ready to conclude any alliance with
Hitler to save the German people,”
the Fascist newspaper Voelkischer
Kills Girl, Leaps
Into Molten Lava
Hilo, Hawaii, June 2.—William
Nunes, 19, rejected suitor of Marga-
ret Enos, a high school student, jump-
ed with the girl to death in Hale-
maumau firepit of Kilauea volcano
Police said Nunes apparently killed
the girl before the leap.
With powerful glasses, Hawaiian
national park rangers located the
bodies of the pair on a ledge 800 feet
below the brink of the 1,200 foot deep
Miss Er.os rejected Nunes’ offer of
marriage two days ago. Officers said
he entered her home early Thursday
and, with a pistol, forced her to leave
Margaret’s sister, Mrs. Manuel Fur-
tado, with whom she lived, grappled
with Nunes. He shot her in one hand
and then escaped with the girl. Po-
lice were notified and
Park rangers found Nunes’ rented
Queen wandered miserably around the yard of a little home in
Bedford. Texas, Tuesday. Queen, just a puppy, tried vainly to rescue
her three-year-old master, Ellsworth Holden, when he fell into a pond.
The dog led the child’s father to the bpdy, and torn flesh on the neck
and ear showed plainly the vain efforts of the little dog to pull the
boy from the water. In the picture Queen sits by the bank of the
pond where the little bov drowned.
TWO KILLED AS TRAIN
HITS GASOLINE TRUCK
of the Ettle
Lowell, Ark., June 2.—Two men
were killed and another was seriously
turned in a collision of Frisco passen-
ger train No. 709 and a truck loaded
with gasoline at a crossing here ear
ly Thursday. The truck exploded
THAT’S NO VACATION
Worcester, Mass., June 2.—In su-
ing his wife for divorce, Franz H.
C. Coppus, 53, came in for a rigid
J. W. Thomas of Fort Smith, train cross-examination. He admitted hav-
fireman, and Cecil Allen, 22, driver of ing taken his 20-year-old private sec-
*.....------ Engineer retary> a pretty girl, on vacation trips
the truck, were killed.
Moore of Monett, Mo.,
LONG ATTACKED IN OWN STATE
to New York, Cuba and elsewhere.
When asked why he hadn’t taken his
wife along, he replied, “That, sir.
would not have been a vacation.”
Baton Rouge, La., June 2.—A res-
olution charging United States Sen-
ator Huey P. Long with “lobbying
and meddling in legislative matters”
and “hampering the orderly proce- >
alarm idure of the legislature,” and urging
Long to return to Washington was
‘Ike Vegetable TONIC
introduced Thursday by State Rep-
motor car on the brink of the crater j resentative Malcolm Doughtery, East
at noon. It was spattered with blood, Feliciana.
On a seat was an automatic pistol , “
and a note which read:
“Ten minutes to eight,
died instantly. She did
And now I must pay.”
The' firepit is the traditional home
‘of Fele, Hawaiian goddess of fire.
840.000 TAKEN BY BANDIT TRIO
Try a Dany jrmes want ao.
Bullington’s Drug Store
—and the Wont is Yet to Gome
Daily Times want ads pay.
New York, June 2.—Three men and
three women in an office were tied
up and their mouths sealed with ad-
hesive tape Thursday by three men
i who escaped with $100 in cash and
' negotiable securities valued at $40,-
| 000 which they took from a safe. j
i The holdup took place in the office '
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 66, Ed. 1 Friday, June 3, 1932, newspaper, June 3, 1932; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784369/m1/2/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.