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_--Aso:iated !doss Photo
Serernading Mrs, PranlnD.10 .ROW evet Vwas1,the 1honor' tht befel
Peter Winni, Virgin Isla (Ieri, whien iheFi( irst L'ady visited PW'A thosilg
projects it that secption of Lthe West. Indies. Highly curious sjpettors
are the Win cIiiloren, WFiglur and flmira. hcirPW"A. home Was built
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;t--ator Says Release 01
Dilflingoer B ing11s oil
Some AMI'lzing Facts

CROWN POINT, Ind., March ,15.-
(1!0 A parole granted Jlohn Dillinger
after he had started his crime ca-
reer pirosaically enough by slugging
a gr'ocer developed into a first-rate
Political fulrore today.
"Amaingfacts" will be bared, Re-
rpubili canis lpromised.
"Di~ty politics," repieid Democrats.
Whiile all this wats going on, a
rpec ial1 gra1nd juri'y was investigating
the now, noL~orious desperado's sensa-
tional1 escape from the Crown Point
The pairole freedt him from the
state p.-enitelnuiary at Michigan City,
Ind_ and Harry C. Fentoni, director
of the state Republican committee's
press service,, said he, would produce
"amazing facts" about the release.
Fenton sent Indiana editors what
purported to be a phiotostatic copy
of the p~arole order, signed by Goy.
Paul V. McNutt. He said that it con-
tained at least one majior, error.
" Whereas," said the document, ,in
tHie first of live reasons why Dii-
linger should be released, ".one John
Dillinger was convicted in the circuit
court of Allen county, Indiana, on
Dec. 26, .1930, and sentenced, to ,the
Indiana reformatory for -a term of 10
to 21 years, and afterward, trans-
ferred to the Indiana State prison-"
Fenton declared the order was
wrong by six years on the time. Dil-
linger began serving his sentence,
adalso named the Wrong county.
andilne' only conviction came
in 1924," said the message to the
editors, "and it was in Morgan coun-
ty. H~e was in the state ,prison dur-
ing the entire year of 130."
Dillinger wasi sent to prison - it
was his initial trip - for slugging
an elderly grocer in his home town
of mooresville, mId. H~e was con-
victed of "conspiracy to comlmit, a
felony and assault and battery with
intent to rob."
'One of the reasons for his parole,
as recited in the parole order, was
the intercession of Mooresville cit-
izens. Some 200 of them signed a
petition sayin'g that the boy was "all
t ight at heart."

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North Main. 5x
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TO Conf er In Rome

fCLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

LAUNDRY
iPRSONAY 1laundry :service, WVe ta;e
iildividua,1 l neret ii h lun
pr'oblem tof Our lcust1omer:s, (Girls
:slliksi, wools , :and fine fbisga.
an~teed. NMen's shlirts Our spciazlt.
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WE Do your lauindry work for onie-
half the usu al pjricr, Phone 2-37:39,
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Careful work at low price. 4Y
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WANTED: Young men; lo11il'1-
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:388
LOST AND- FOUND
LADIES' Wrist Watch, .$25 rowardl for
the r~Eurn of ai white gold Ham-iltoni
Bracelet wat~ch lotstlst week. T,l.
2-3793. :;537
BUY NEW AND U"ED C;ARS 3F1ROMiv
FI0NANC E CO. 311 W. huiron 22001(
1933, 19:32, 19)31, 1,0 m~oel. 122
Ff14, IJUMP ROAD
EDMONTON, Alberta, ?March 15-
(I)- Why does a fish cross the road?
That, question is finding an answer
in the Cold Lake district.
Flood waters of Mtoney Creek
washed holes in Cold Lake Highway.
Jackfish, stranded in the pools, have
been jumping across the roa~cl tryingl
to get back into the creek,.
Boys with rifles, snares and p~oles
are bagging the fish.

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.-AS.Uciatect presPhoto
Hungaryu's p)remlier, Julus Goem-
boes (above), wenti. t Rom-e to con-"
fer with Premier Mussolini of Italy
and Chancellor Dolifuiss of Austria,

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on economic problems. of the Da-
nuibian area of central Europe.

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New Cold Cure Found
At Minnesota University
MVORGAN'TOWN, W. Va., March 15
- A new cold cure which originated
in the health service of the Uni-
versity of Minnesota has been pre-
scribed with excellent results by Dr.
F. R. Whittlesey, director of the
health service at the University of
West Virginia. Out of 44 prescrip-,
tions that have been issued it is es-
timated that 65 per cent have been
greatly improved or cured. Dr. Whit-
tlesey claims that the preparation is
far superior to anything ever used at
the University for the treatment of
colds.

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Groups and II1-4: 00 p.m
Group 111-4:30 p.m.

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UERTH
DAILY MATINEEfS - 15C
- -Doble -I'caturn Prora-
~PN~lfTIRACY
and
"'To The Laist Mah"
RANDOLPH SCOTT
'MAJE S TIC
**CHANCE AT HEAVEN".
JOL Mc i11 CREA
GINERROGERS
and
"HAVANA WIDOWS"
JOAN BLONDELL
GUY 1EIB1EE

"But, you ought to xre e hvcwll job
/Irrow does'on xii.-

0 A major operation you will be prouxd to
show your friends--the new Arrow IITOCA
--6 full-fashionced shirt shaped to fit.
Foillows the lines of your body-drapes in
at the waist---conforms to the shoulders-
tapers with the arms. Now 2adu

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qQPnew sh~rt ?1 mfe eer ,shiYLnks.

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