The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 19, 1940 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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VOLUMR XXXVI—NO. 281 ,E COURIER NEWS OF NOii'niEAyT AHKANRAC1 AMI"! or\Tl'mri?AC!'n iit^nm**,. V*+^ Wythevllle Dally News Mlylhevl'.lc Courier Mississippi valley Lender lilythcvllle Herald Altmark Incident 1 Accelerates Action In War Onffigh Seas By United I'ress Germany struck back a I the British mivv loduy for capture of (lie Nazi prison ship Altimirk and three N;i/.i bjocfc- ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI [,!•), ARKANSAS. MONDAY, KKIWUARY ID, I1MU SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Clam, Woman Ad mil a Brutal Slaying Of Roblwry Victim The Nazi high command announced successful allacks on lour British naval convoys in which a destrovcr ideiiti- llflfl ill \ mi f Inn a.t J \>., T i, ...I.,.- _ ...._> . -ii * » \ . . f hospital Owner Loses An- oilier Case; I Allowed Wril U'm,n HOCK. Fob. 19 (Ul>)_ uS 1 r oul o.u'ly said. toihe bri.l.1 «»d M,,, ul ),!„. -... . u .. , «^, .., i,, t> *i iv |[ f\ MV;H I U V I, J 111 lied m London as the Daring, was .link .with probable loss ' N o^n VkVT^S. ' 0Jf ^~ •« ** inrii.Vn.ii/Lmiwne .Vij™; _. ol lf.7. hves.and a number of mci'fhanl slaps wwe destroyed ccr cure hospiiai 't iC k( , sm-iV,."" u "' 1 " 1 ""' -'-- ! " uu " uy u-Doats. .5. • | lo .| ny , 0sl another round in his dillk'i:ltles with Ihe law. The Arkansas .supreme court al- (liinptl u Cumin county circuit court decision in which tinker was fined $251)0 for HM. Tho libel chiirgo was based in a The sinking of the Daring, tlie i7th navnl vessel lost by Britain .since tue war started, u open rod to be Ihe first step in the loudly |)rock i led NaKi drive 10 retaliate for the British invasion of Norwe-jHin waters to run the Altmark aground and rescue 320 prisoners in a hand- to-hand battle on the decks. The attacks on British convoys, the Nazis warned, was only the beginning of German relalinliou, which Ihc press said would be (eh by the allied nations and by other lindens, aho. if they did not guard (heir neutrality more strongly In the future. The Na?.is continued lo put pressure on Norn-ay and declared that- the League of Nations—which Geimany derides and long ago abandoned—was obligated to impose military sanctions on Orent Britain. The British government, strongly defending (he seizure of the Altmark in defiance of Norway and gratified that the allies had captured Ihree ol six German merchant, ships trying to reach home from SpBln. took a strong stand toward Norway. The British foreign office insisted that the Norwegian should have discovered the British prisoners aboard the Alt- .'"nrk and therefore have interned the German ship instead of providing it with a naval escort. School Mena Razed By Blaze desc i lut'd ~ ' Kit -, way, .shc'Vou" ReTd^bWMv^f'" 01 ' " uk " 1 . Ul » the murder and about having sins- I ,' ' '' l "' Ks:( ' :l l0 ,' lmr <V u » ged her male accomplice bciaiisc he I - '- ""' womiln » tM »""• « liiul been loo "yellow" 10 rob n ton!:, but was loo bashful to tell her .slory lo a coroner's jury. Tlie victim was Joseph i>. Callow:iy. .11. of Houston, a tlru sales 1.000-word adviMLse.neut. w h i c ii | """' 1I ', ;IS } Wedneailay he picked u,i SCHOOf. AT—24 pt MENA, Ark., Peb. 19. of iiiidetermincd origin which linker allegedly placed hi the Dally Times Echo, t.meka Bpriurjs nov.'s- Dnper. calling upon Ray Freeman cliy commissioner, to resign from! office in Ihe advertisement, which appeared June IS, 1935. Frr-emnn the basement early to- srhool loss of lo enter tlic Baker hospital for started . „ day destroyed tlie Meiu building 550,000. The high school wns a t.vo-storv i. ,i ,, r ; 7 '"" ' *• ••• -. I to the U. S. circuit court of i two hlidi-hlki-rs. K'cninn, near Orange, lib; body «.»s put under (he hay ''"''k. 'I'ne woman n.'id mini took and $15, burut'd his drove Ills ear toward Ark., lo rob bank. man and 'lex. Following Mrs. Henry's direction, authorities louiul his naked bodv under a hay.stnek 12 miles south of here Saturday afternoon. He had been shot, oiue through UK; head. She was arrested In Shrcvcpoii Saturday for havinc participated in the robbery of a hardware store I'" lk ' lxu '" 01U ' '"'«•. l» whlcl) ybtols brick building constructed In 1908 ° ' 1<?n Ufn °; cimi and enlarged and modernized in ' ° m " la ™~l>™ IBS? Nnthinu ,„,!,. ...,.,„.i . upon nun last mo 1922. Nothln., pupils permanent records dozen typewriters. H was Menu's worst fire In 20 years and the first public school 1 '- ,,,,,„ ,.,,.. building to burn in the hlstorv of I,, llle lllgh tllbun «l the town i llle s«-ycar sentence LONDON, Feb. 19. (UP)—Cap- lure of teo German sli'ps attempting to run the blockade was announced loday as the country backed the government's firm rejection of protests against the rescue of 326 British prisoners from the German steamer Altmark while the Altmark Was in Norwegian waters. A-'iYencjh warship captured the 2,542 ton ( German freighter Ros- tcek,- and, a British warship the' 1,927 ton,,Mprea. Both, laden with manganese ore and other materials which Germany badly needs, were trying to run to Germany from Vigo. Spain. Both were brought lo British ports with their cargoes and the crews were sent to ternment camps. now confined to the , ., t Pulaski county ja» pending appeal ',, , l > irn iim n .c; oi,-r,..;f .,~,.... ~t ., iv,cie stolen. ,bhe confessed to having slain Galloway, authorities there sal:!, and was'brought here Saturday iiigi,i. j-| 1L , confessed again. Sheriff Reid said. lie wanted her lo lL-1! her store to tne coroner's Jury, she refused nnd ho told it. As Cnlloway approached Like Charles wllh his t™ guests, the woman poked u pistol in his ribs, He wns forced to crnwl Into the sentence imposed lontli In federal dts- jinct court, here upon his couvic- |(lon of mall fraud charges In cnn- i of the |;os- nlso aflirmed liven Nathan ipltnl. e I Da May Fish Near Pearl Islands After Canal Defense Inspection ivcnport by a Jackson county circuit court for Ihe slaying of' Will C'heshicr. The supreme court granted lawyers for Carl Smith, under two years sentence for burglarizing the Gilliam railroad depot last suir.- uier, permission to apply lo the Scyier county circuit, court for a writ of ccrani nobis seeking a new trial. The court denied the contention of Assistant Attorneys General John Streepey and Lellel Gentry that the court, "very delinilely In the past," ruled that the writ was available in just two situations.'' They argued that precedent had ABOARD THE DESTROYER LANG, Peb. 19 (UP)—President ' " " " '—~-*.-.<i ,,,,>. Roosevelt moved south Into the J; slatu shed^the writ "applicable" to Pacific aboard the cruiser Tusca- "" loosa today after an inspection of the Canal Zone's Atlantic defenses and discussing "contemplate;! improvements" witiv military, and'civil-, fan officials. It was believed he planned io fish near the Pearl islands, W miles olf Balboa. The president was impressed tlie reinforcement of France Field Duvado. Ark., the wo- I her companion with bull nml threw him uul i>! the car. lie hud mii'sllimcd Hie wisdom oi her pliins. lli'uuinuul police remembered Mrs Henry well. They said they had in-rested her several times lor vu- snuicy hi the town's red light dis- tiiii. They iemcmbjre<! her us not linailrnjiivo. a tlrry flrl of Hiilhu Mud Indian blood who once passed She first appeared In Henumonl six .months ago, they , Cluucie (Cowboy) Henry. Henry was llmi tree on bond In San Antonio on n rhui-fjo of mtirdci lug u policeman. He WHS subsequently convicted »ud Is now serving 51) years In lluulsvllle prison, Mrs. Henry. HeaunioiH police said, upparenlly tad lounil another partner. Aulo Smashes .Inlo Building; Driver Fined President Ftillbright Of Arkansas U. To Address _ ^ I'arm Bureau Meeting in which It was found that j • the convicted person was insane at OSCEOLA. Ark Fcb 10 —Dr the time of trial and the fact was J. W. Fiillbrl e ht. president, of the not, known at the time and in,- University of Arkansas- Dr W H .Which a .defendant confessed other,j'HoriacUcr. .cicau of the College {•] "" ress - '" /r ' AsrlouKiire:-iind H. VB. Ttiohipsoa wltli heavy bamUers. His inspection | lour started soon after he arrived j at tlie Atlantic entrance yesterday • BERLIN, Peb. 19 (UP)—Britain's ! morning. He indicated "that he ! rejection of a Norwegian protest; would inspect the Pacific defenses against, the attack on llic AIlmai-K on his return. a STIR'S H.USBI on tho Norwegian const was denounced os "ihe peak of Impudence" In first page headlines of German newspapers loday. "Such crude methods of trying The major "contemplated provement" is the $277,000,000 auxiliary lock system, to provide the nation's "life line" with an emergency passageway In event the. (o wash their consciences clean < present dual locks are damaged, wllh lying protests nnd brazen j Soldiers with bayonetled i files threats fool no'jody," said the li.ied strategic roads traversed by Kwoelf Uhr Blatt. Die president. "The Pious Lord llalifas. wilh a swindler's Impudence, has the nerve 1,0 accuse that grossly insulted land (Norway) of not having properly maintained neutrality," said Vosl- kisclicr Beobachter. official Nazi newspaper organ. Ai>r . director of the .Extension Service; arc the principal speaker.' for the Farm Bureau Supner to IK held on Tuesday night,"Feb. 20, at the Osceoin. Community Clubhouse, it was aiifioun:'!d todiv hv 'i.irles CoJeinnn. president of the Ississippl County Farm Bureau. Mr. Colcman will preside at the supper which is expected lo brliK I wt > farm Bureau members imdi I a t l 1 a g C their wives and agricultural leader.-. With Miss Leigh "Gone from lhc cmirc ™"*- East Main Liquor Store Is Burglarized Tlie Marvin Robinson Liquor Store on Enst Main street was burglarized by some 0:10 lost night who kicked In the front window to gain entrance. Policeman Dick Potter discovered the broken window at 5:30 o'clock this morning. The stoc): was being checked today to estimate the loss. With The Wind" LONDON. Peb. 19. (UP)--Her, bcrt Leigh HolmJii wns granted n nnrt chairman of the County A3ri- nisi of divorce today from cull ural Committee In the souther: An automobile accident which (tamnged (he Seay Motor Com- imiiy's building and one of its new automobiles resulted In C. O. Randall, of Gosneil, being fined $101) in municipal court today on a charge of driving while under the intluciice of llt|iior. According lo officers, Randall lost control of his car SaUlrdfty night,- iboul 0-o'clock, afl,cr side'-swiping \ ir.ick on West Asli street, iiiid Ihe' H.Mill wns that the nulomoWlc iJliiwid llnoup.h the large displiiy v/l.rltnv of the molor comiianv, rauslni; much glass, brick and limber to fall on a new auromoblle. John Burns heard the crasli and apprehended Rnndall and turned him over to Deputy Constable Arch Lindsey. Mi. Hcay said today that the building was damaged to the extent, of about, $300 and his new car to the extent of $35. _ Cltili Operator Ami 1 ii.s Companion F a c c Cliarv!<> At Osceola were ifinini-d io ll». Mlsslilpjil Ciiunty Jail at Osccoln luduy townee charnes of kldnaplns nnd' iissauh wllh u deadly weapon aller h:iv- liil! bi-on Itiu-d on mls.lemei.,nor ehnrij<vi at Miulon [ n wllh the iilli'Ki><l kldimpliiK of l.oilse llnlhcw):. -<\, wife ol ow M Ihe men. who Is u! in.vlhevllle lius- Helsinki Says Soviet Division Annihilated; Moscow Claims Gains MO.SrOU', I-'ol), |«). (IIP) •Uussitiii li'uop.s, ijuuniling «<• Hiu Aliniiu'rlioiiii lino iiru Viiimri. I'inliuiil'.s MWDIK! t-ity, HELSINKI,-Feb. 10, (U}>) —A WHC cummuiiiciiic torluy iv|iurl«l tlu> liiiiil and corii- l>li!tft "imiiiriilution" of tlio (irmy'.s J8th. division of . wln-ii sin. wounds i<from u cur .Snlimtny nm»n ixor:i. SlH-l'ill Illl),. JUffcso,, Sll|(1 ;,„(,,. coi'k anil Noilli linil dilvwi lu II:,' IIODIC of Mr. unil Mrs. ,1. \v. intk's souih of Hly- Hosloss, thpvlllu, mid alleKcdIy forced Mis. Ihuhcoc-k lido (heir "cur mid sped away toward Memphis. Ofilcers said Mrs. Ihillicocl; had left her binul Moniluy conic lo Hie Hostess home after he had ly threateiiL'd lo kill her. At LiDiora. Mrs. tiatheoek maiiai;- cd to open the door mid leap from the speeding cur. Bilkers siild. Slie was brought io the Illytnevlllc Hospital with severe scalp wounds a possible concussion nnd Internal injuries. She told olllrers she ha:l Uecn beaten with a wrench before she escaped. Ihithcouk, who operates a night club between Corinth, Miss., ami the Tennessee Mali! line, and North were arrested while speeding to- Its "big guns can lire cither llnralinn bricluo f ram Mem])l)ls. onict'rs of Crlttciidcn County mid sliile police nrresled them on churl's nf reckless ilrlv- Itig nml rnrrylni; concenlcil weapons for which lhcj> were lined Ije- furc; Mna turned over lo Sheriff Jnckson. He suld nddltlunnl c.s would probably be placed it» hnrsje.s them. Other officers., of i tlie county or- _ K.infzatloci who! are assisting In P (jltins lor the meeting h[.-i.,. c JIM f P. Tompkins, Uurdcttc. treasurer . U . The Tt!scftloor,a arrived at Gntiin Locks on the Atlantic side, accompanied by a fleet of planes from the canal's defenses and greeted Vivian Lslgh. . '•acne With the Wind. of the movie sect lon of the county; Ira Crawford . Justice Sir Charlton Jlodsou oi Lost - . Blythcville. secretary; A. C. Oivcr.s. . .. executive secretary; J. me canai-s uclenses and arer-l-d ? yrobauv dlvol ' <;e n '' d sdiiiiralty ^^ Cherry of Blythevllle, clwlr b-\ Tnm vmie fm , Pr. i ^vision or the high court granted ''»»''°f «ic county agricultural em). Losseps 1 er ", offcb »"£„„ tl>C tllvorcc °" ll!e Erouiul cited by '"'"^ '" «>c northern end of .:-,j a^atur, e be-an l,Ts nsweZ Holm « n - I » !ull "y by Miss ix^h ™»'^'; ««<! F- H. Burns, county by Van1, ani,': "i FO t i>^' wlth fM " ence o " vter - "^ » '»°vie a * elU for s °»t» Mississippi Comly. ^n^ i r^'^iK | X^ ta ^ B r^ to '• Sl)CC " 1 ' SCte=U ° 1U W1U "' BITES ED FOR I u Well Known' Carutliersvillc Beverage Dealei 1 Dies At 75 ,,, |n ;,,•, •,,' , llU! (1 '"»",<•>> I'Mitmid, an army today rlkini! Ihioush In Uu> coast or Hmilsh r| ;< lu v \ IV u,,«), : i tin. 01 Kom- nuiii, only ti |..| mili.s .vjiilh of Vlt- liiul on the coastal inllroad, II \vi a.'veited. inland, ihe Russians hai lirr-vlously taken the illation a Kntnlo, on u spur ol i| u , |, m |,, yn. liiirl-l.ctiliiniiul railroad only loui mill's from Vllpurl, H ivas iiswrleil lly Us li'rms, the cuniiiiunliiuc uplled I lie Finns had suilercd i: quick seiles of dlsiinlrous defeats H wns a'-sriU'd ihey were relreal- .stcadily before Hie liussliin comiiuml(|iie asserted (lie s. in laklim rjoniiDiio .slat!ou; the Important town of Johannes, 0 l-'J miles south ol VII- purl and Miiksalahll Bliilloi), loin iiillea Kculh of Joluuuies. hud Ifftched the const narlti of tlie Island croup of which forlllicd Kol- vlslo Is tl u . principal onv-niul I; the Finns' rl'dil whin nnvhnr. H was iiulicated that Kulvislo was Isolated from the land side, ID (he early days of llic win Riissltiiis hud pounded It wllh airplane bombs, miviil nuns nm lonti raiiuc artillery. H Is particularly valuable to the Finns hecauu (o sen or Inland. According to the Russian com mimleiue the liusslniis on Suttir- day and Sunday alone cnpliirtd SKI Finnish defensive positions Including 11 Iron and concrete ar- llliery furls. This made a total of 475 Finnish positions captured according lo the Russians, since Fcbiuaiy 11. Uestrucllon of 21 Finnish nlr- fiuutlay. 11 wa; were being made Alanncrhclm hue, planes was claimed in air battles Indicated Russian gains along the the com- E, Mo.. Feb. 19 unmlriue.nsscrtcd the pwuhui.% ha. reached the Enlmcnknlta, betweei Lakes Vuoksl tiiul .latirapaiin, lo- ward the cast of tho Maruicihcim Hue, nnd I ho Important small town of Mtiolna hi the center. For 10 days the Russian com mmuquts had laid claim to a series of advances which lakcn lo- Hclhcr wllh today's coniuuinlquc would menu the Finnish Mnnncr- •Funcrnl services (or jnmcs S. helm Iliu: retreat was approacliiiiK Wohl, 75 . old, bottler and , beverage dealer, who died at Ms lilt' decree of n debacle .Sunday's communique had reported the Knsslans were pushln , ter u lour of the submarine bas Coco Solo and the fiance Field air nl Holman. a lawyer, wa.s base, he lunched at the Port Clny- ton officers chi)>. where he conferred with Gen. Daniel °' "' C Ch " d by lhc " wr - . . by n negro quartet under the dire:- ffrantcrt tlon of W. S. Harabin, nesro coun- actress. Jill Stock Prices A. T. & T Am. Tobacco ...... Anaconda Copper .. Beth, steel Chrysler Cities Sen-ice"!'.!'.'.! Coca Cola Gen'l Elect !. Gcn'l. Motors Int. Harvester Mont. Ward N. Y. Central North Am. Aviation Packard 1'hllllps lUdio Republic Steel Socony Vacuum — Etudebaker Std. of N. J Texas Corp U. S. Steel 171 7-8 90 3-8 29 78 65 1-4 4 3-4 121 1-2 - P V°m ' """" " wirc . —• m- >-•• Viu ninnd. recently obtained a decree ,c canal rU , dent. a.^ent County. for South Misslai»|Jl Most scientists agree that bluls arc descendants of reptiles. A fiv- hoinc here Saturday, after belnn 111 about a week from pneumonia.' the Huns back all alon^ the lln Comlrii; (o Caiuthcrsvlile nearly and this Finns were stldng llr M years ago. with limited capita!, to vlllttgi'S as they fell bad:, he started selling i t e creuni from ' a push earl, and by close application lo business he became one of I ; the! business men of: I Caruthersvllle. as well as one of I r_ a ..(,,| Af r A ' ; "' C w; ™ u!llcsl - He was a member 1 CaiJUl Ul Uei'mail /\CllOn oi n local group of men who built If Thev Aif! Finlnnrl Tnn' Cn 1 UlhCrsVl!le>Ji " lst " 8ltl ' I)01vcr ii_ H1L) nitl 1 llllanrj 100 and i:c plant, lie also was president and owned controlling stock Much I» the Chaffee (Mo.t, Ilayli iMol STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Feb. 19. ,i 0rnaf . ,„.,.„, (UP)-Klng Oustav Imlay isacd S _1 an extraordinary proclamation dc- r. in v r- clorlng that, Sweden would not. In- *-"CtS W Years TOT terverie with -mMUary force „, be- j jfeft Q{ Q^^ ^ nd other zone officials. i " iorlte hit of evidence The president drove through Hues ! ^ ccrrra "^' '» the BritKh court i s 1]lc fossi) of nn nn I army and navy troops in the dc- - ! '"•*'. " D m!iac '" 11>l - s3 l!ll!t "'e -the Aichaeoptervx-i ;nse areas and inspected the site '\ B ' l ,!: SII .™' t1 I" ry afllr "" lutcvVEl tile-like bird that, Kvi 1 a nronosed S3fi2 l«l^ nm a*i r .,,, n 01 six months, !„„..;., ,_., ' . ' ol fense ... v . ol a proposed S3S2.'uo3,t)OD 'delcuse construction. He did not visit Ihe site of the contemplated auxiliary locks. Mr. Roosevelt boarded the Tuscaloosa ngnin al Mira Flores on tin Pacifi: side. New York Cotton prev. half of Finland. ,.,,. The proclamation Issued by Ihe evidence for the belief • kln » suppoited a similar decision of an ancient creat'ire, Rl>t >ouncctl last week by the government of Prime Mhistcr Per Alblu Hansson. which rejected direct, PCCAHONTA3, Ark.. Ivb. 10.- LIBE1I BILL Sahnc County Farmer To Represent A r k a n s ;i E Group Al Hearing HOCK, Feb. 15. (UP)J. I,. Smith. S.ihue comity farmer, will leave Little Rock louljlit foi Mar. . May July Attend Funeral Rites For Robert Mick, Sr. Blythcville relatives of Robert Mick Sr,. have returned from Car- uthersvllle where they were called because of his death Thursday night. He was instantly killed wl'on open high low close close ; struck by an automobile driven by loothcd - ,.:ed in the Jur- .assie period. Only two specimens arc known—in London and Berlin. I-UJAHONTAQ, Ark., 1'Vb. io — wl " lcllvl - i-'iiic Hock Inuljlit fo • c 'i.ii C'alo. 29 years old] ot ,3ennth. | Washington, where he will reprc i\fo., war, sentenced to 10 years in'. S(1||t Arkansas (armors at a hearing Ihe state peiiltcntlnry in Circuit Wednesday before tlie senate sub Out of Trenches In Trench Coot- 55 3-8 „ 54 <**• 16 5-8 "?ec. 24 1-2' 3 1-2 1100 1075 1034 Oil 950 950 1101 1078 1036 973 932 IMS 1059 1028 OSS 954 1103 10-J7 1036 973 932 051 5 5-8 20 1-2 11 5-8 11 7-8 •H 3-4 •M 58 Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS, III., Feb. 19. <UP>—Hogs: 12,000—11,030 oil sale. Top, 5.65 170-230 Its., 550-5.C5 Bulk sows, -UO-1.G5 Cattle: 3,100—3.003 on sale £teers, 7.50-8.40 Slaughter steers, 6,35-11.50 Mixed yearlings, heifers, 7.50-O.OD Slaughter heifers, 6.25-10.25 ' Beef cows, fi.23-6.25 New Orleans Cotton K. P. Hcnsler on Highway 84 be- twecn Caruthcrsviilc and ilayti. j 1038] His mother, Mrs. Mary T. Mick; ; 914 (his daUBhter. Mrs. Alton Jaggers; his sisters. Mrs. Louis Yarbro arid Mrs. Cecil Robertson; his brothers. J. H. Mick and Winifred Mick, were • joined there Saturday for the funeral iitcs by Mrs. Dosha Mick ai'd 1103 10!8 934 M2 Mar. May July Oft. Dec. Jan. prev. ope:) hijli low close close '" 1117 1008 ins nn 1109 u'>7 1088 10SD 1073 1007 1013 10-17 1U35 972 97G 971 053 952 953 953 ... daughter. Mrs. Paul Khnbrough. Mr. Mick had apparently started across the highway, became confused when he noted cars approach- Chicago Wheat Mny July luff from each direction and step- 10-15 1017 ] perl into the pnlh of the car driven 374 977 | by R. F. Hensley, of Montgonfry 950 933 | City. Mo., it is said. Mr. Hensley 931 ! wns atsoivcd of blame. j Mr. Mick was born In Blylhc- viile SI years ago. He had lived in Cnruthcravillc since 1915 where he open hi?h low close :'" plrici1 - H > ls 8 'so survived by his 1021-8 1033-1 1017-8 1021-2 vvifr - Mrs - M >' rllc f >»ck; two otl-er ICO 1-8 1003-4 100 1037-8 Sf "' 8hlelSl Mrs - Mnry Blanche .—__ iBnilcy of Holland and Miss Elizn- Chicago Corn l^XJ^K^ I ct^f^r^ Mrs Fmmn n open lilsh )ow 551-2 571-4 563 567-8 571-4 563 lisl) appeals that miilUiy corps Co1 "' 1 here on his plea of guilty sent lo Finland to help Mnnil lo n cllar «e of gnuul larceny In the off the lied army. The government said, however. "- --- o- .-..,, ,<,,bv.:j 111 lnf j thcit of an automobile owned by committee considering a bill by llepiX'sentnllvc Marvin Jones (Dem.. that all appeals for aid lo except for dispatch or military forches which would mean -Swedish entry Into the war, were Ircin^ met. The foreign office added that transit of allied Irccms across Sweden „ ... . _ to Finland would not be permitted i ntr ^, Ult \ ck ,, O:tk for that would give .lussU grounds , „.„'"' slc . all "« "'e car, Cato, who fflf r>-tl n i-(»!ii,, ''..,„,] . ...iii. i_ „»_ .. I OKli Ktale Revenue Collector A. :u Wrlstht of Pocahontus. •• The car wns stolen here Jan. 20 and a fe. 1 .) iir- inter italph Owen Krant/, 27, of Paracould, who accomp.intcit unto In It to Cardwell, Mo., lost his le when the machine overturned inul aitiioiiiifcd lhal IVesli I'liiiiisH forces also luid !i;tlt- ::<! Uiu Riwsiiins southoasl (it SitlmoiiknitH" I'ivor in new dc- positions, oi' l)>e Man- IH'I'lloij)! 1'tlH'. 't'he r-lnnlsh succenses norlliM.a uf Ihii lake, where 18.000 Russians were iciwrteil killed or capture!, elided a drive lo encircle the lake nud attack the Mannerhclm line )iom tho re/ir. A statement dial Uussian thrusts had been repulsed In local fighting on ihe Kare- 1'iin Isthmus Indicated thai the Hi'il army's main olfcn.sive had been slowed down or stopped by the now Finnish defense line. 'Ihe communique sn|d (he Itcd army lost about DCO or 1000 uit'ii on the Mauucrhclm line and 'M nliHlarios yesterday. nusslan airplanes operated over niiiliind Sunday nnd aaalu today: Tho official announcement said there were more Vied army phi'ics hi the air Sunday' thai) at ntiy tune In the past when "as maiiy as 500 n day have been In' riclloii. In describing tho . noi'lli- of Uikc Ijidoga the com- lqiii. suld llmt all war mnteilal of the Ifllh dlvlBloii was captured. nenylns Uussian claims thai they were within a few miles of Vtlpuri the Finns said they were confident the fresh forces would halt the offensive. , In Ihis connection the ccmtnu- aimounclng results of the liusElan drive northeast of the lake, Indlcalcd that the Finns had ended any immediate possibility of the f(ed army completing 'in' pincers movement around the lake for nn attack on the renr of the Manner helm Hue In cooperation with the Soviet forces hnmniennij'' Ihelr way along the Isthmus. ' 'Ihe I'Miuush coinimml:iuc' said the Finns lind eajituved n strong point held by . We - '-l^h ' division .ind hiifl Inkci) bonly. lbal,,iiiclu(Je:l , 2ll tanks, 30 -cannon,-^ i7--'lrectors and yi Held kitchens.;- '•' It was tbo third nnd iiessibl/ the fourth Red army division that the Finns liad reported wlt'Kl out. Today's coiunumlquc said that there wns local nghtlnj on the Muimerhelm line Imllcutlivj thai Ihe Red ainiy's oliciislvc had died down. Messages, however, indicate., It had been renewed at scriii poinl.'i. ' E. T. Hnbbard Home At Osceola Razed By Fire OSCEOLA, Ark.. Feb. 19.—Pirc believed to have originated around a defective flue al a point near the roof practically destroyed the home ot R T. Hubbard on West Kelser" avenue late Friday night. The fire was discovered by Myron Nallliug, Osceola attorney who. was driving by the house and went to awnken the family. OiVing to the fact, that the basketball gams bs- ,wccn Osccoln high school and Hol- aiid. Mo., had just ends:! and .a. nunbcr of the young boys wet's gathered at a cafe near the Uub- bai-d home, a large part of the furniture was sjved throus'i their elforls. Some Insurance was carried and .Ir. Hubbiird plan. 1 ! to rebuild Li ho nc'3r future. Mr. nud Mrs. f!ubbar'.l are now ivlng in the home recently oc:u- iled by Dr. George Cone on Peca'n street until their home can be rc- , Finland. that the Inii'lois-nnr Is treating his tenants and sharecroppers fairly. Locaj Barber's License Suspended For 10 Days I-oyal Green, operator ol the Dc- I.tixe Barber shop at 101 South Ecccnd street, today announced that his license had bcru suspcnd- - cd for a period of ten days in con- Minnesota Motorists j ^AUS™, Tc^Tmotioa picture ISiS 1 JK h ,rrSv° f mS^ Hurt In Road Crash ! ^T^^. S&£££\%%£ for Wta " to oblnln "' Mrs Clmrlcs f""'---* "^ Dn^nr ri*,. ~t n> . . . . i "• "••<"••.«'-> tic us on her face and a kure In-'saur make?" I «•„„!.,, T, V" i ~ '"i"'j inrv ?ir covmn inr> r ,,-,,-,i I»/,H. i TI ,. wccKS si« Knsion has now exp red -^l^^^rr'c^p- d.S S'^entt 'acc^cn^ir! ^\ ^ ^"IT W ^i ihrn Ihrlr rar struck fcntHr. hM»r.« „ ,..,".... "„.... ?..."l ? ll(l WlU °V^»^ «1C Deluxe shop) Cftbincl nnd an extraordinary ses-1 , sion of the crown council In order }„ crc , two women joined them, to Inform the Swedish people of! ,' llc fo " r ,, wcre "' "^ car at the (he reasons for the Boveviimc-jfa! ""-' c "' " le ""cWent ::«.r Blnck decision to avoid military aid to i Finland. Thousands of Sivcdisli vol- i nri . i i r- vr" » unteers, however, are Iljhlbij in «nat S A TCW Years In TTilOnn,! . - - , _. A Movie high} Anyway i . Tex.). i , 11 ^ l Tile bill was dislsned lo liberal-1 built. Ize adjustment admli'.- l.slralldi conservation inymcnls to C- Uo n ,,, F;,,},,,.. Qf\ land owners who follow a fair 3am "°Wy HSllCr, i3W, share-cropper arrangement, in their operallon. ^mllh Is a member of (lie Arkansas farm bureau Federation which advocates that limitation of payments be waived when It is shown ,,.,, vl ^, _ lv _ fli ocjiarus, umvcr-- Arl'niKn*! l-ntlinr'^ Koxton or liorhcs- slty of Texas geologist: ''Whatlgol,,, "o vvcrk In Green's shon ^^'i. 1 ^:.^°:A^ |SC(iltla H*"'""«"»"-! Mr g o^»w' \K*$?to Of Holland Succumbs 5a:n Henry Fislier, who came to Ihls section from Hardin County, Tcim., -13 years ago, died late last, night at his home at Holland, Mp. He was 80. . , Funeral services will be, conducted at the residence Tiiestl^y,. inorning. 10 o'clock, by the Baptist minister of Cooler, with burial in Mount Zlon Cemeterj-. •« Born In Hardin County, Miv^ Fisher had farmed most of his -life until Ids age compelled him to retire. He is survived by Ins wife, Mrs. Amanda • Fisher; one sou. Sam Fisher, Jr., of Co'odcn, III., and two daughters, Mrs. Magsie Richards and Mrs, Mlllc N'orris, botii of Hdt- l.inrl. Holt. Funernl Home Is in charge. WEATHER higilcsl . paid ed Intuty whtn their car struck tattle between .. ,,.„..„„;, a |:-arkod machine on Highway 61 a dinu-nrodon, but was near Qsccoia last nlshl, I fcr sound. The professor's guess ! suspension Mrs. eexton Is at Walls hospl- was thatr one hissed and the other, todov Mfri Mr^ F,,,,,™ n '' " ' i lonn.mce lor souuers in France. ^'^ n Z^ T ™«""- ?!«'« A?.^ -><" ™»? «"J» close ' Fierlc Jenkins, both of taincr. Gr.icie Fields, wlia was • tnl but Mr. Eexton's Injury to his 'giunUcl or bellowed but it was recently decoraterl for h^r per- mouth did not require h(ui)iUll?a-'nothing to worry about, cxplain- tion. j n g : Tliey said that the parked car since ten days while Green banned from working. Green's j yum is or er e. '»™.ince for soldiers in France. trench coal. Here for is shoil n-st. e (is she rcceJiily, clouds', rain or ...... 1 M.UW in r.orth portion, slljhtly iva besiiiiiiiigj colder in north and central porcloni i tonight; Tuesday mostly cloudy, j rain in south and rain or snow in . linn ill auuui rt:iu ijni UF Sijuw 111 H Is repoitJd that during Ue- central and north portions, slightly ... , timber, 1939. more than S15.000.- colder waVon thi'htehwi'wlttouTllshte .toTone huS«d 'mmten > Irs 2^^ ?* , nt '" th ° Vm ^ K ° f Mcm P his and vi«Wt,_UJht rain whllo someone wns repairing a flat apart I doubt It ihcv could have ?, .J < 8 " '?, "° irer " lc " 8 ; v or snow tOTlsht '' co!dcr ' wllh low «l the dde of the road. heard tach other anyway" • &"£ Sm lhs "' S ' ' Umy Alr • ^"P™""* 3S - !o 34; ^"^

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