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GRADUATES AFTER 40 YEARS
ADA, Okla.--(A)--Forty years ago
Mrs. W. C. Farmer was graduated
from high school and went to the
Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
This summer her plans include grad-
uation from East Central Oklahoma
Teachers 'College and a trip to the
Century of Progress. In the mean-
time she' has reared a large family.
JOBLESS SALVAGING PELTS
EUREKA, Nev. -- (-) - Trailing
herds of sheep to salvage 'pelts of
animals that died en route furnished
revenue for some of Nevada's unem-
ployed. One shipment obtained in
this manner weighed 8,000 pounds.
Range law makes the finders keep-
Passengers aboard the Europe bound liner C:ty of Baltimore were transferred to a ferry boat
after the vessel collided with a tanker near Baltimore. A sixty-foot hole was torn in the bow of the
liner and it was grounded to keep it from sinking. The passengers were, removed without disorder and
returned to Baltimore to sail on another ship. This picture taken aboard the stricken 'liner shows
passengers going aboard the ferry shortly before sunset.
Four Powers Agree To
Mussolini Peace Pact
ROME, July 15.-(P)-The four-
power European peace pact was
signed here today by Premier Mus-
solini, and representative§ of France,
Germany and Great Britain.
The accord, which is designed to
guarantee tranquility among Eurd-
pean countries for a period of 10
years, facilitate reduction of arma-
ments and lead to improvement in
economic conditions, was given offi-
cial approval in ,the duce's office in
the Palazzo Venezia.
No change was made in the text
as initialed in the same office June 7.
Besides the head of the Italian
government, Ambassador Henry de
Jouvenel of France, Ambassador von
Hassel of Germany and Sir Ronald
Graham, the British ambassador, all
of whom attached their initials to
the document early last month,
signed it today.
The simplest and briefest cere-
monies marked the occasion. After
handclasps, the four ambassadors.
proceeded to afix their signatures
in the presence of a small group of
Italian foreign office officials' and
counselors and first secretaries ,of
At noon the Rome newspapers ap-
peared emblazoned with front page
headlines, photographs of the sig-
natories and editorials proclaiming'
"a new era of European peace and
a historic milestone" established by
When other government em-
ployes went home on one of the
hottest Saturday afternoons of the
year Harold L. Ickes, secretary of
the interior, shed coat and tie to
dive into work on industrial re-
covery, public works projects and
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Victor Christgau, former .repre-
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named director of the production
division of the agricultural adjust-
ment administration. His job will
be to see that farmers raise less so
as to get more money for their
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