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'; !THURSDAY, APRIL 9, ;1931 '' ''

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GOTHAM MAYOR RETURNS TO DESK I
TO REFUTE CHARGES OF GOVERNORI

VEVYd0 REV1VALIST DE AD UUd
.' kunti CeURCHb ' EU1DFL G r IlkR
New England States, New York jo~tte Points Out Many Uses
Blanketed; Power, Light for Weste Lands; Shows
I i~~.~- C xi t cd A ,fd in t Ediucation.

STUDENTS TO PLAY
AT PIANORECITAL
St:'m!cy Fletcher Will Present
Vaied Program Today
Stanley Fletcher, student of Prof.
Guy Maier, temporarily on leave of
absence from the School of Music,
will present a piano recital at.4:15
o'clock this afternoon, in the Lydia

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NEW YORK, April o.-&)--SeC-
tions of upper New York state,.
Pennsylvania and New England
were covered with snow today as
a result of a storm which crippled!
power and light service in several

177 Li III 9r 4i caLtaasvaa"

References to the mythical lum- I
berjack of the northern Michigana
I wcods, Paul Eunyan, featured the
address ycvtcpay of Prof. Ernesta
V. Jotter, of te School of Forestry
and Conservation, broadcast from

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Declaring himself refreshed by his vacation in California, Mayor
James J. Walker sat down at his desk in New York City hall and,
tackled the job of defending himself against charges of incompetence
filed against him with Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt.

communities and hampered hI-; the campus .tucio of Station Wil.
way traffic throughout the affect- '<Professor Jolter' address was en-j
d areas. titled "Communi 'y Forests." it in-+
A wet, sticky blanket was laid cluded an cnumerat n of the ad-
from the foothills of the Adiron- vantages to any community of a
dacks to Albany varying in depth forestraion projec. The pirit of
from three to six inches. Salem, making useful such natural re-
N. Y., NVas thrown into darkness sources is refiected, he said in the
when a 12-inch fall of snow dis- fabulous tales of Paul Bunyan and I
abl4 d the lighting system. Many his associates.
telephone lines were down. "'ne community forest demon-
Traffic in the vicinity of Olean, straves to local land owners, in-
N. Y., was hampered by the storm AssociatedPressPhoto cluding farmers, that otherwise
during which 10 inches of snow sRev.G gate lands may be put to profit at
fell. Buses from New York and Rv George Riderso ot"h ad Pol ngn
other points were four and five Pastor of a rural church nearl era will become interested and will
hours behind schedule. The stor Nevada,Mo., who died EasterrSun- learnm m aotoforetr when
extended as far as Port Allegheny, day from bullet wounds police off- they can easily visit a growing for-
Coudersport and Emporium, Pa. cials say were inflicted by the Rev. est. The school forest, also, is a
At Towanda, Pa., 16 inches ofIJ. A. Brown whom Rider succeeded valuable aid in modern education.
snow fell in 24 hours. Light and as pastor. Rider had restored har- methods. Wild life and game will
telephone wires were down at San- mony to the church with a revival. increase because of the protection
ton. New England the heaviest falland food provided by the forest
was reported from southern and Bandits Fire on Crowd areas.'
wa fep~o~fn~dnhe a st a Bandts Fre onCrhw arespeaker also told of the needs
western New Hampshire, where at Public Dance Hall of such reforestration inp of
hundreds of automobiles were stall-- the state where timber lands have
ed and light and power lines we SAN JERONIMO, Oaxaca, Mexico, been wasted or burned,
out of commission. A number of ArilERONIMO, OTheexpesonsMei
minor automobile accidents C l several wounded when Since 1887 only 13 National lea-
N. H., c a u s the dbviciit of Rochester, bandits broke into a public dance gue players have batted .400 and in
N. h.,ields S by snow-blinded at Union Hidalgo Tuesday and fired the American league only six have
windshields. Six inches of .snowon the dancers. reached that mark.
was reported at Keene, N. H., and
two inches at Manchester.
Snow also fell in Boston and
other parts of Massachusetts and THE NEWMAN TRAVELTALK ON
in Maine and Vermont. Telephoneh c
service was disrupted at Lowell, "Oberammergau with cenes
Mass.

Mendelssohn theatre, to which the
public is invited.
The program which will be given
is as follows:
Choral Preludes Wachet auf, ruft
uns die Stimme, and Nun freut
euch, lieben Christen, by Bach-
Busoni; Nocturne in B major, by
Chopin: Sonata in B flat minor,
(agitato, scherzo, marche funebre
and presto) by Chopin; The Clown,
by Pattison; Preludes: Le vent dans
la plaine, la serenade interrompue,
and les collines d'anacapri, by De-
bussy; Shepard's Hey, by Graiger,
and The Erlkonig, by Schubert-
Liszt.
Board for Community
Relief Fund Elected
Results in the election of five
members to the board of directors
of the Community Fund association
will be made next week, it was said
yesterday at the fund's headquar-
ters in the Chamber of Commerce
building.
Many ballots have been rct'arned,
and tabulation already has started.
The election closes Saturday.
LOUISEVILLE, Ky., (A')- Eddie
Roush, perennial holdout, has noti-
fled Dan, Howley, manager of the
Cincinnati Reds, that he would re-
port Thursday, ready to resume his
old centerfield position.

Unidentified Assassin
Wounds Indian Officer,
MIDNAPORE, Bengal, India, Apr.
8.--(P)-J a m e s Peddie, district
magistrate of Midnapore, Bengal
was dangerously wounded today by
an unidentified assailant who shot
him five times. The assassin es-
caped.
TWO DIE IN NEW
ORLEANS STRIKES
Five Other Negroes Wounded
I in Lon s hore Ri cs

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gW L' .~ fBOZEMAN, M o n t.- (2) -Mon-
NEW ORLEANS, April 8.()- ana aiversity hopes eventually to
Belching guns on the rangy water- inal rivalM tamsta
front have brought the death toll ditional ivals Moena tate
of the longshoremen's strike towjinbwhichs hung oerecmpti-
four. jinx which has hung over com;eti-
tion with the Missoula school since
Scores of non-union longshore- r February 19, 19271
men have been beaten and a score ---_-_
wounded by shots since the strike
started Feb. 16 in protest against a
reduction in wages from 80 to 651
cents an hour.'
The latest killings were Tuesday
night, when two Negroes of a crew NOW PLAYING
of 35 on a truck were shot dead byI
a shotgun volley from ambush. Five Its ilIS Best!
other Negroes were wounded.
COLUMBUS, O., (I)-Jack Demp-
sey, former heavyweight champion
of the world, at the request of his
doctors will retire to private life for
at least two months.
BRIGHT SPOT
802 PACKARD ST.
TODAY, 11:30 to 1:30
SPAG E=TTI AND MEAT BALLS
POTATO SALAD, MEAT LOAF
BOSTON LEMON PIE
COFFE, MILK
530C30c ^
5.3(to 7:30
BAKED STUFFED HEART
POT ROAST OF BEEF WITH
VEGETABLES
LAMB CHOPS
PORK ROAST, APPLE SAUCE
SIRLOIN STEAK, A LA CREOLE
MASHED OR AU GRATIN
POTATOES
MIXED VEGETABLE SALAD
3Sca

HILL AUDITORIUM
Tues., Apri 21

So'clock

All seats 50 cents at Waahr's and Slater's

hitney Theatre
TUESDAY, APRIL 14

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leave Ann
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home with
great thoughts
of the 'ole
town." Eat
your last
meal before
leaving at
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one of the
regular
patrons of
our fountain
service? There
are good reasons
why so many
are stopping
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fine location .. .
everything clean...
good service...
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