Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 230, Ed. 1 Monday, December 4, 1933 Page: 1 of 4
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Titus County—Center of the Best Dairy and Poultry Section of Texas
"tOUNT PLEASANT, TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 4, 1933.
Started on East
Side on Monday
Preliminary work on one of the
city’s drainage projects, recently ap-
proved by the Civil Works Adminis-
tration, was begun Monday morning.
A crew of fifty men were assign-
ed to this work, which will consist at
first of cutting weeds and underbrush
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Loving with all
the love in her heart
hating with all the in-
tensity at her command...
fighting with a fiery temper
... but lovable/ irresistibly
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Screen play by Edwin Burke
FOX MOVIETONE NEWS
Woman Shot, Body
Burned in Kountze
Beaumont, Texas, Dec. 2.—Mrs.
William Brockman, 28, wife of a Hard-
in County farmer, who left to dfTve
to Kountze to exchange a pair of
baby shoes she had bought, was found
shot to death asd her body burned al-
most beyond recognition, beside the
light truck she had been driving.
Officers and citizens of the com-
munity immediately formed a posse
and began searching the woods near
by for a negro seen by Civilian Con-
servation Corps workers near the
scene of the killing, carrying a ehot-
gun on his shoulder. Mrs. Brockman
bad been driving alone in the light
County Attorney Bryant Coe, who
reached the scene shortly after the
body was discovered, expressed the
opinion that Mrs. Brockman was shot
while in the truck, then the machine
was set afire.
The tree army workers said they
saw the negro carrying the shotgun
leave the road and walk into the
from along McLean Branch so that
a proper survey can be made of the
necessary labor to be done.
Later on the channel of the branch
will be widened and straightened and
seepy plaes will be drained so as to
eliminate breeding places for mosqui-
toes. A similar project for draining
Town Branch will begin as soon as
this one is finished.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Graham return-
ed Sunday from a visit with rela-
tives at Peerless.
His Love Made Him
A daredevil army scout turns suit-
or for the heart of a girl who dar-
ed defy her government!
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What are the Nudists
What do they do?
COMEDY and CARTOON
Does fine cleaning
Honolulu, T. H., Dec. 2.—Fisher-
men fled their homes at the foot of
Mauna Loa, 14,000-foot volcanic cra-
ter, Saturday night, as the giant vol-
cano burst into activity after seven
years of silence.
An earthquake, which shook the en-
tire Island of Hawaii, southeast of
here, preceded the volcanic activity.
Clouds of smoke and vapor arose
from the Mauna Loa crater soon after
the earth disturbance.
Residents of the fishing villages
and coffee plantations along the Kona
coast abandoned their homes after
reports said large streams of lava
were flowing down the sides of Mauna
Loa and already had reached a point
fourteen miles from the villages.
Mauna Loa’s last eruption occurred
in 1926, when lava wiped out many
villages and caused considerable pro-
U. S. Is Ordered
Toronto, Canada, Dec. 2.—The ap-
peal of Cook County, Illinois, for the
return of Martin J. Insull to face
trial in connection with the collapse
of the Insull utilities system was
granted Saturday by Justice A. C.
Kingstone of the Ontario Supreme
The legal battle for his extradition
which began Oct. 6, 1932, when he
was arrested at Barrie, Ontario, will
go into its final phase next Friday,
when Justice H. H. Davis hears a
motion for his release under a writ
of habeas corpus.
Immediately after Justice King-
stone announced his finding that the
charges named were extraditable. In-
sull’s counsel, J. C. McRucr and I. F.
Hellmuth, applied for a writ of ha-
beas corpus in order to reopen pro-
ceedings hy way of appeal tn review
COMPLIMENTS CLAS& WORK
C. B. Gatchell has returned from
Austin, where he addressed the State
Teachers’ Association regarding the
local trades and industry class of the
High School. Mr. Gatchell gave a re-
port to the class Monday morning,
in which he compared the work of
this organization with those of other
schools. Mr. Gatchell said the class
here is better organized and is doing
better work than in the other schools
with which he came in contact.
A large amount of new supplies
for the science class was received and
installed at the high school Monday
No Eviction Writs
In Coming Winter,
Bismark, N. D., Dec. 2.—Gov. Wil-
liam A. Langer Saturday issued two
proclamation, one ordering Judges,
Justices of the Peace, Sheriffs and
other officers to desist from making
or executing any process that would
dispossess or evict families during
Loan Bodies in
County to Soon
The directors of the Mt. Pleasant
Farm Loan Association have elected
J. R. Hart as secretary-treasurer of
this organization, to take effect some
the winter and another seeking to [ time in January.
prevent taking necessary household
articles to satisfy debt. The orders
are effective until March 1, 1934.
This action was taken as a result of
the Federal plan to operate all of its
loaning branches for benefit of farm-
The antieviction proclamation pro- ors into one organization whese pos-
vided, however, that upon written aiblc, thus bringing the farm loans,
notice to the lessee, the lessor might! «eeds loans and livestock loans under
obtain an eviction order from the Dis- j the supervision of one jfficer.
trict Court on a showing the lessee j At present, the Farm Loan Asso-
is financially able to pay rent he- j ciation has a capital of $40,000, but
sides taking care of himself and his I it is expected that it will he enlarged
family. j later to care for the large volume of
Monday Governor Langer, by proc- loans expected for other purposes,
lamation, commanded Sheriffs and , Loans to 381 farm owners now amount
County Auditors to desist from issu- ; t0 $582,655. Mr. Hart was chosen
ing foreclosure or tax deeds in all by the directors for this position be-
foreclosure cases or tax proceedings
affecting either farm lands or city
cause of his long banking and loan ex-
perience, and C. C. Mason, now man-
ager of the association, will remain
in the office.
APPOINTED SECRETARY The directors of the assocaiton are:
OF HUNTSVILLE C. OF C. j H. L. Hess, president; Lea Rhea, vice
president; E. S. Lilienstern, Ernest
Wm. J. Lawson, former secretary
of the Mt. Pleasant Chamber of Com-
merce, has been elected manager of
the Huntsville Chamber of Commerce,
and will assume his duties on January
first. Mr. Lawson and family recent-
ly moved to Hearne.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
All members of the Chamber of
Commerce are invited to attend the
regular weekly meeting of the Cham-
ber of Commerce tonight at 7 o’clock
at the Chamber of Commerce offices.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Miller of Fort
Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Max Jessup of
Dallas returned Sunday to their
homes, after a week end visit here
with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Badt and
Mrs. O. C. Lilienstern.
The entire faculty and student
body of the Mt. Pleasant colored school
has enrolled a hundred per cent in the
annual Red Cross Roll Call, just com-
Cod liver oil which comes from old
cod fish is richer in vitamin A than
that which comes from the young
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Rice and
daughters of Dallas spent Sunday with
Mrs Rice’s mother, Mrs. Isabell Moul-
Traylor and Ed McElroy.
ANOTHER PARISH BURNS
BALLOTS IN LOUISIANA
Baton Rouge, La., Dec. 3.—Political
revolters in Amite Sunday night
seized Tangipahoa Parish hallot*
meant for use in next Tuesday’s Sixth
District congressional election and
burned them on the old court house
square in a big bonfire.
Amite is the home city of Mrs. Bo-
liver E. Kemp, widow of the late Rep-
resentative Kemp, and her name, by
nomination of the Sixth District Dem-
ocratic Exeutive Committee, is the
only candidate for office appearing
on the ticket.
The burning, the third parish bal-
lot burning since Gov. O. K. Allen a
week ago called the general election,
was laid to political factionists, who
demanded that the Governor first call
a primary in order that all the can-
didates might run.
DEATH OF INFANT
Floyd Leo, infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Kelley of the Bridge’s
Chapel community, passed away at
the family home Sunday at noon, and
was buried at the Bridges’ Chapel
cemetery Monday morning at It
o’clock. Rev. R. B. Jones of Win-
field conducted the services.
xi'y a Daily Times w ant Ad.
The weather for the past 24 houre
according to readings mads at 6:30.
Maximum ................................ 75
Minimum .................................... 46
Temperature 6:30 .................... 48
Wind from.................................... S
, Notice To Parents
| Protect your child’s life
| against diphtheria with one
| dose toxoid.
| Ask your Doctor.
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 230, Ed. 1 Monday, December 4, 1933, newspaper, December 4, 1933; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth799565/m1/1/: accessed November 29, 2022), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.