Gold Hill news. (Gold Hill, Jackson County, Or.) 1897-19??, June 03, 1937, Image 3

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    Thursday, June 3, 1937
The Gold Hill N ew s, Gold Hill, Oregon
W HO ’S NEWS
THIS WEEK...
THE SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE
By Lemuel F. Parton
Clean Comics That Will Amuse Both Old
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B u t, as w e ll, a th in k e r, a m a n
or o rig in a l view s and conceptions,
and p h y s ic a lly as p o w e rfu l ns he is
m e n ta lly d y n u m ic .
I t was Ito rg lu m who s ta rtle d the
c ou ntry hack In the e a rly 1906s
w hen, In the course of an e m b a ttle d
in te rlu d e w ith c ritic s of som e o f his
Ideas ro n c e rn ia g s c u lp tu ra l c m b cl
lls h m c n t of the o u te r w a lls of the
C a th e d ra l of St. John the D iv in e .
N e c rin , fo r m e r finance m in is te r.
T h u s S p a in ’s fo u rth p r e m ie r since
the o u tb re a k o f c iv il w a r la s t J u ly
passes fro m the o ffic ia l life of his
e m b a ttle d n ation .
But those w ho know this m ilita n t
M a r x is t, this m a n o f c o u ra g e and
deep social con victions, h av e no
idea he w ill d is a p p e a r as a n atio n a l
fo rce o f im m e n s e influence. H e was
one o f the le a d e rs responsible fo r
the o v e rth ro w o f the Spanish m o n ­
a rc h y and e s ta b lis h m e n t o f the re ­
p u b lic in A p ril, 1931.
T h e k ey to L a rg o C a b a lle ro ’s
c h a ra c te r lies In the fa c t th a t he
w as a ty p ic a l ch ild o f the p o v e rty -
s tric k e n Spanish m asses.
A t the
age of seven he began a long s tru g ­
gle to e a rn his liv in g and a t the
s a m e tim e to e d u c a te h im s e lf, e lr-
c nm stan ces w h ic h e x p la in his fiery
a d h eren ce
to so cialist d octrines
fro m his e a rly y o u th .
L e a rn in g the tra d e of stone m a ­
son. a t w hich fo r m a n y y e a rs he
w o rk e d , he w as in 1917 trie d and
sentenced to life im p ris o n m e n t fo r
his s h a re in the o rg a n iza tio n o f a
re v o lu tio n a ry s trik e .
H is electio n
as a so cialist m e m b e r o f the C o rtes
saved h im fro m his sentence. A r ­
rested and im p ris o n e d th e re a fte r at
v a rio u s t i m e s
and on va rio u s
c h a rg e s , he w as a t lib e r ty w hen the
p re s e n t c iv il w a r b ro ke o u t; he
rushed to the G u o d a r ra m a fro n t and
p a rtic ip a te d In m a n y actions.
H o ld in g fo r a u n ited fro n t o f Sp an ­
ia rd s o f a ll p a rtie s and a ffilia tio n s
a g a in s t the forces o f the in s u rg e n t
G e n e ra l F ra n c o , the p re m ie r w as
w illin g to g ra n t re p re s e n ta tio n in
the g o v e rn m e n t even to a n a rc h is ts ,
fo r w ho m he has no re g a rd , as w e ll
as to co m m u n is ts , to w h o m he is
not w a rm . B u t in th e end, his p lan f
fo r h im s e lf to ta k e o v e r the p o rt­
folio o f n a tio n a l d efense, w ith the L
a im of im p a rtin g n ew v ig o r and b et- r
te r d ire c tio n to the w a r, w as not ac­
c e p ta b le to opposing faction s.
So
he re tire d .
A w a rd fo r M e r it.
' T ' O D r . J a m e s L e w is H o w e, d ean
of the school o f a p p lie d science
and head of the d e p a rtm e n t o f
c h e m is try a t W ashin gton and L ee
u n iv e rs ity , goes the 1937 a w a rd of
th e H e rty m e d a l, w h ic h , s y m b o lic
of o u tstan ding w o rk in southern
c h e m is try , is a n n u a lly bestowed by
the southern d iv is io n o f the A m e r i­
can C h e m ic a l so ciety.
D r . H o w e , h o w e v e r, is a N e w
E n g la n d
im p o rta tio n ,
s te m m in g
b ack to N e w b u ry p o rt, M a s s ., w h e re ,
in 1859 he w as b orn.
G ra d u a te d
fro m A m h e rs t in 1880, he took d e­
g rees as m a s te r o f a rts and doctor
o f philosophy a t G o ttin g e n a fte r a
course of study in G e rm a n y ending
in 1882.
© C o n s o lid a t e d N e w s F s n t u r s s .
W N U S e r v ic e .
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v e lo p m e n t Into i o m t auch c o n tre ­
tem ps aa th a t b etw een the e m in e n t
m a s te r of chisel and h a m m e r and
the Stone .M ountain M e m o r ia l aa-
aoctatlon In G e o rg ia .
T h a t ended fo rlo rn ly w ith the d e­
s tru c tio n by the s c u lp to r o f nil
pinna, m odels and w o rk in the c a rv ­
ing o f heroic figures o f the C onfed­
e ra c y on the fuce o f the m o u n ta in
outside o f A tln n tn and hia w ith ­
d ra w a l fro m the e n te rp ris e .
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It Seems Pa Knows Too Much
FIN N E Y O F T H E FORCE
A N eighborhood Affair
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The Curse of Progress
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V U H C A N 'T C O M E A LO NG
N O W — C A T H E R IN E A N '
M t A R E G O IN G O U T — W E
C A N 'T H A V E N O D O G
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B rid g e t had ju s t s ta rte d on her
d u tie s as h o u sem aid , and on the
v e ry firs t d a y she c a m » up to her
n e w e m p lo y e r.
’ ’ P le a s e , m u m ,'' she ra id , “ w ould
y e z m o ind g iv in ’ m e a re c o m m e n ­
d a tio n ? ”
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re c o m m e n d a tio n , B r id g e t ! ’’
e x c la im e d the m is tre s s , w ith a look
o f a la r m . “ W h y , you h av e o nly ju s t
c o r n e l”
" Y e s , m u m ,” a d m itte d B rid g e t,
"but you m ig h t not be w a n tin ' to
g iv e m e one w hen O i’m la v in ’,
m u m .” — B u ffa lo C o u rie r-E x p re s s .
W h a t a M en u
T h e little g ir l w as tire d of w a itin g
fo r th e sto re c le rk to p ay som e a t­
te n tio n to h e r so she re s o rte d to
s tr a te g y . " H e y , she c a lle d . " M y
f a th e r is h om e w a itin g for his b re a k ­
fa s t.”
T h e c le rk succum bed. " W h a t can
I do fo r y o u ? ”
“ I w a n t a b a r o f soap, a b o ttle of
a m m o n ia , and a can o f ly e .” — Bos­
ton G lob e.
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