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State Marker to be unvetlsd *
( ciiiiin of \ irpinia places first permanent marker at Natu- |
idi H. i- ni her greatest naiural wonders. The new marker I
IV-(r .rrv .• by ( arter \\ . V. ormeley. of Richmond, former
Society Film Actress a Bride
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,a * wedding of interest to society and film fans. The bride la
ranees P. Dade, Philadelphia social registerite, known on the screen
r ranees Dee, and the lucky groom is Brock Van Every, New York
uatman. The brilliant all-white wedding in Philadelphia, attracted
society notables from both cities.
Putting a "Punch” in, Campaign
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k Puncft" aeeiua to Oe tae advice ot tor met cmuttpion Gene
8 confer * in New York with James A. Farley, Democratic
*od u.n L rm *n and manager of Got. Booeerelt's campaign. Farley
#Ua of !k X 8 been a—ociatcJ before, as the Democratic ehfef is chair
-1 th .e .New York Boxing Commission. Gene is taking his first
fling in the political anna aa a sp taker iox Roosevelt.
HENDERSON, (N.C..) DAILY DISPATCH MONDAY
[Governor E. Leo Trinkle made tlie dedication address and Miss Vir
»‘nia Carson, of Riverton, unveiled the markker. The celebration
took place August 13.
He’ll Raise Funds
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Evans Woollen, wealthy Indiana
banker, has been appointed chair
man of the Democratic finance
cot ’iniltco whi'-H will concern it
yelf with raising funds for the
Roosevelt presidential campaign.
Smith Host to Visiting Cardinal
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Former (jovemur Alfred IS. Smith i&ugtig heartily over a witty teiaark
made by Cardinal Verdier, Archbishop of Paris, during the luncheon
tendered the French churchman on hie visit to the Empire State BedS
in New York. Many well known Catholic laymea ilttNrl. ™
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His ninety years didn’t prevent
George S. Carpenter from joining
the boys" it the State Convention
of the American Legion at Law
rence, Mass. Mr. Carpenter, «
member of a Haverhill, Mass., post,
is believed to be tbe oldest legion
naire. He is a veteran of three wan.
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Commander Jonas Ingram (above),
former athletic director at the
Naval Academy, has been assigned
to the Navy Department in Wash
ington as chief of intelli
gence. Because of his old post at
Annapolis Commander Ingram is
one of the best known man in the
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General Nobuyoehi Aluto (above)
has been appointed Japan’s su
preme military and diplomatic
representative in Manchuria. The
appointment means that the Jap
anese Foreign Office is definitely
subordinated to the army in direct
ing Japan’s activities in Manchuria.
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Fnends presenleO CapU ‘George
Fried, sea hero and commander of
the new S. S. Manhattan, with a
gold horse shoe as the vessel sailed
from New York on her maiden voy
age to Europe.
Judge’s Critic Jailed
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Because he criticised the appoint
ment of a village garage keeper
aa the receiver for a bank with
$}. ( OOQ,000 in deposits, Don Nix
on, Wabash, Ind., editor, abova,
was sentenced to 10 days in jail
and fined SIOO for contempt of
court. • Nixon took exception to
the appointment, made by Judge
Frank Sweitxer, of Wabash coun
ty circuit court, on the ground
that the garage man had insuffi
cient business experience. The
editor said many of the SOO de
positors of the bank had com
plained. Nixon waa released on
bond awaiting decision on an ap
Claiming, the National Campaign
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Leaderstbe Democratic National Committee are shown in this picture
at the first of the conferences being held in New York to plan the cam-
for the election of Governor Roosevelt. Seated are James A
Harley (left), chairman, and Senator John S. Cohen, vice-chairman
standing are Robert Jackson (left), secretary, and Frank C. Walker!
One Hundred Candle Power
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When Mrs. Abbie Wedger of NewtonviJle, Mass., the rounding
*•** i?j a century of life, the other day. she was presented with a
birthday cake decorated with one hundred candles. It was quite a job
to blow the ’i. all out hut Mrs. Wedger managed it without assistance.
LANCASTER FINDS TIME TO SMILE
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Capt. William LdMaater on t*«'i
witness stand as -miami as, thf j
British flyer fought for his life T
WHERE LIBBY KEPT IN SECLUSION
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This is the estate of Leonard
Richard, Jr., wealthy Wilmington,
Del., powder company official, at
'Oakington, Md., where Mrs. Libby
Reynolds remained in hiding be
fore surrendering to a charge of
murder at Wentworth,. N. C., ic
connection with the death of her
( millionaire hatband- . lira. Loiiiaa
; at his trial for the murder of
'Haden Clarke, newspaperman.
HjFne'camera caught Captain Lan
f caster' tft ■•• jovial mood.
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Jenny, Mrs. Reynold’s Wilming
ton, Del., friend, rented the home
and admitted that the former
torch singer stayed there. Al
though Mrs. Reynolds’ where
abouts is again a mystery, lire.
Jenny said she expected her
turn to Oakington to wait for the
trial in Seotgmbei.
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