The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1936 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, May 13, 1936
Page 1
Start Free Trial

BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS •V01.. XXXIII—NO. 49 BlythtrlU* Courier BlytbevUle D*llj Ntv* Blytherillc Herald MlMlMlppl VtUcy ~ THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NOKTHHA8T AKKAHBA8 AND BOUTIIEABY MISSOURI PRISON R HLY-l'llKVlUJC, ' AKKAXSAS. \VK1)N KKDAY, MAY 19»G SINGLE COPSES FIVE.CENTS KILL OFFICER Tl Governor Closes Schools Alter Independence Demonstrations SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, May 13 (UP)— Maj. Gen. Blanton Winship governor of Puerto nico. mobilized relv ,, 1Iulll:u llle ,,,,„ the nnlonal guard today and pro- Hoi, and (0,0 Col. c'lnimed stern measures to quell rl- ols by students demonstrating for Puerto Rican Independence. W'jille the guardsmen were mobi- llalng at their armory under com- |nand of Col. Raul Esteves, Winship ordered the-San. Juan schools closed. "I'm going to put down all dis- lurbances," winship said. "Last night things got out of hand because the students staged a surprise riot. Now, I am determined (o take all steps necessary to preserve law and order." Capt. Rafael Diaz, hard-boiled police chief at Areeibo. was transferred lo San Juan lo replace Marlines! Chapel, who was stoned by (.Indents last night when he sought to persuade them lo disperse. "Chapel was too weak," Diaz commented as he took command of the San Joan police. Schools, including the high school, were closed after a student, mob, many tattered and barefoot, attacked the buildings with sticks and stones. An American woman sairt she saw students march on the Pedro Goyce school tills morning and tear down anil trample upon American nags hanging in the c'assrooms. Zioiiclieclc. Calls: For Mamies On Honcyiuodh Trip SAN JOAN, Puerto Klco, May 13 (UP)—Hep. Marion, i!ionchcck (Dem., Wish.) today 1 'demanded Mint the United Stales .navy com- - mniid here .cull out the Marines Patrons nnrl Fntcvtnihovq to protect, him from annoyance ' lUIOI1J> ancl UllCltaillUS on lib honeymoon; After narrowly avoiding a duel and damaging two automobiles, Zlonehcck threw official Sun nn uuroar. With his bride at lils side he FIRES NIGHTCLUB Ivappcd in Uustairs Resort in San Francisco Cigarette Lighter Top Causes Death of Girl I'HlI.AnELI'IlIA. Muy Pjuillnr Kane, lO-year-okl Knbs- 13 (UP) — SAN FRANCISCO, May 13 (OI>) .._ -Four persons were killed and II telephoned the naval radio sta-' Injured early today when-it (lain-, cc ' m)1 icntlon (he pal lent wns I. T. ta S torch, knocked from Ihc. £'*"' col »lltlon. happy and direr! vllle, Tenn,, B hi who was brought litre for a,, operation .to ; remove UK- top of n dunretti! llBli- ler from her lung, died ludny In; Temple University hospital. li formal slalement Issued In' •1'nnito hospital said: . , ••I' p ollo«ii(; tlte sivnllowliii; of ll>= foreign body an abscess Inti di'velopi'd In the Hmtj, A \:\\>jf blood vessel urcnnii! rlcenitrtl niitl a sudden profuse liemonhiite oS- ciilred curly Ihls niornhia. "Previous ( 0 this nntorluniiU- James Moore, commanding a qutidnm of, hnnds of Betty. Blossom, torch (l1 ' lnst ami talking al Bauxite Mine Officers . Pay Visit to Blytheville L. R.. Branting, suiierintendcnt.- V and. Q, _McOulloch, personnel ' director of the Republic Minhi!; and Manufacturing Co.. Biii'.xlts, Ark., spent today in Blythcvllte! As part of its observance of the Arkansas Centennial their com. pany, principal American producer of bauxite ore, from which aluminum is extracted, is undertaking to acquaint the people of all parts of Arkansas with its activities. Messrs. Brnnting and Me- Cullcch arc now on a trip which will take them to most of the important towns of the state. The Republic company, a subsidiary of the Aluminum Company of America, produces the raw ina- tcripj foi- about half aluminum manufactured the United States. Nearly all of the rest Is imported. The company's operations are in Saline county, southwest of Little Rock, where it employs about 450 men. Invite Fidulers to Play on Centennial Program Old fiddlers -of this section, who. would like to lake part in the Centennial program here Thursday night. May 21, are asked to call W. D. McClurkln, at 379, during the day, or Mrs. Ed Hardln, after 4 P. M. New York Cotton NEW YO11K-, May 13. (UP)— Cotton closed steady. open 1ilgh low close May 1153 1159 1158 1158 July 1126 1130 1126 1129 Get 1030 1035 1028 1034 Dec 1029 1034 1028 1033 Jan 1030 1030 10SO 1033b Mar 1031 1035 1031 1035 Spots closed steady al i 163, unchanged. Marine corps airplanes which dancer, set lire lo Ihe Shamrock llsl ' nl '" " 1C1 nurses. No ouerar lion hud been performed by llib hcspllal of (he i started when , flew from Ihe Virgin Islands, that »lBht club. His life was in .danger. He de-| Police said the fire manded a platoon to guard him. | «» unidentified patron seized the Colonel Moore refused to order lllnl of Miss Blossom as she stnrt- ^is men to duty. So did Lt. Jose | c< > 1] er torch dance. To avoid his Cabanillas, commanding the radio advances she threw her arm up- c ' t!Uio ". | ward and a blazing torch she car- Anicng oilier things Ztbncheck: "led ignited flimsy draperies on Went fishing. Escaped arrest by i " lc ceiling of the club. ' asserting congressional' immunlty.| nurnlne frnemcnls set fire lo Avoided a challenge lo a pistol lle1 ' dress and she rushed, a mass duel without seconds or coffee. | of flames, down a narrow 'stairway Damaged two automobiles. one '° ll| c street and fell screaming on borrowed from a distinguished ll 'e sidewalk. Passers by slapped Puerto Rico banker. DEFUSE TBY Refuses to Allow City Attorney to Defend Alleged Kidnaper NASHVILLE. May-13 (UP) — Mayor Hilary Hawse "of Nashville upset defense plans for Thomas H. Robinson jr., facing trial at -Louisville for kidnaping Mrs. •.. Alice . B. Stoll, by refusing - Uj .allow' Assistant- City ; At- ^torney^.;Montc> .Rosa to^jrepresent 'lheT..kidi]aper. '' ': .'- L '^ : . "We need his services in the city government," the mayor said, "and I don't want any of in'y attorneys to act as defense counsel in a kidnap case." Tiobinson will be arraigned in federal court at Louisville at 4:30 p.m. today for the kidnaping of, Mrs. Alice Speed Stoll, Hoss had announced here. Ross left for Louisville after a telephone conversation with Federal Judge Elwood Hamilton there in which the judge agreed, to up hold up arraignment to allow.Ross time to make the trip.. . Thomas H. Robinson ,sr.,' the kidnaper's father, who accompanied Ross, said his son would plead guilty by reason of insanity. "There has been no guilty plea authorized," the father .said. ."It would be foolish to do so. We will plead guilty by reason of insanity." Ross would not definitely corn- out the blazing costume and administered first aid, She was not severely burned. She struggled desperately lo rc- lurn lo Hie blazing night club, screaming: "Let me back up there. There are other girls trapped there." Most of the injured, police and hospitals reported, were crushed Iiv the tlight of patrons down the narrow stairway, from the second story rendezvous. Three firemen' were overcame and required pulmotor trealmenl. Two were said lo be in a critical condition. Harry Jones, Truck Terminal Night Clerk', Held lo Grand Jury for Theft Accused of stealing $415.25 which lie said was taken'in a holdup and safe robbery, Harry. Jones, night clerk nt the Bryant-Silver Fleet Truck Lines terminal, was ordered held to await action of the fall grand Jury on a charge of grand larceny by Municipal Judge Doyle Henderson this morning. A number of witnesses, Inclu mit himself but indicated course would be followed. that Chancellor Will Hold Adjourned Day Here An adjourned day of the February term' of chancery court will be held here tomorrow with Chancellor J. F. Gautncy of Jonesboro presiding. Judge Gautney, who recently filed his pledge as a • candidate for re-npmination for Ihc office he now holds, was elected president of the. Arkansas Bar association at the Hot Springs convention about two weeks ago. Spot Average Is 11.50 The average price of 7-8 Inch middling cotton on the 10 lead- Ing spot markets today was 11.56, the Blylhevilie Board of Trade lepcrls. Growers selling Inch- cotton today will bo entitled lo a srbsidy of .44 of a cent per pound. Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK, May 13: . (UP)— Stocks, bonds, and commodities were higher today but the markets continued around the dullest levels for the past 10 months. New Orleans Cotton A. T. and T. Anaconda Copper .. Beth' steel ,.., Chrysler Cities Service Coca Cola Gen.. Am. Tank Gen. Electric Gen. Motors —.'.. .. 156 7-8 33 3-4 48 7-8 92 3-4 4 3-8 87 1-2 44 3-4 35 1-8 G2 5-8 NEW ORLEANS, May 13. (OP) —The cotton market moved up a few points today and held gains • to the close. Prices advanced ons to six points. The advance was due to trade and foreign buying and covering inuuccd by unfavorable reports on the crop In the eastern bell. open high low close May -114D 1151 1149 1151 July 1116 1121 1116 1120 Oct. 1024 1030 1024 1030 Dec, 1025 1030 1025 1030 Jan 5025 1030 1025 1030 Mar 1032-34 Int. Harvester ........ 81 3-4 McKesson- RobTjins .... 83-4 Montgomery Ward ... 40 1-8 N. Y. Central ......... 33 3-8 Packard ............... 91-2 Phillips Pet Radio Simmons Beds Standard of N. J. Texas CO U. S. Smelting U. S. Steel Warner, Bros zonlte 41 5-8 10 25 1-2 61 33 1-2 91 1-2 56 1-4 95-8 03-8 111 Voting Stccle and Dyers; burg Man Succumbs Hospital Merc ' STFEIB, Mo.. May 13-ClmrlcB York. 23, of uyorsburu,. Tenn., and Stccle, Mo., succumbed lust mid- iilplit- to ' Injuries received In ;| highway accident, near Holland' Mo., Mrnday morning. Uncoil.! scions since I lie accident occur? red, York died at the Blyllieville hospital, where . his companion. B. A. Forrest. 40. of Dvcrsiiin-gi driver of the car, Is rceoverlh'' from inji-rijs. . Funeral services will probably! be held Friday allhoujh the Ilino depends on the arrival of Wll : Ham York, father of liie youth-, from .his home at 1'iinla Corda, Pla. The services wit! be held at Ihe Methodist church at Stcele with the pastor, the licv. M. AI Massey, officiating. The' German undertaking company Is in charge of funeral arrangements. ••• York was born in Haytl, where his father published a newspaper. . and had lived in Pemlscot coi'nly most of his life. At sixteen he began work for (he . Slccla Etitcr- iJiSse, ne\v;;parw; here, iiiafchii his home with a sister, Mrs. Newberry Johnson, after .spending about two years in Florida with his father. About six inonllis ago he went to Dyersburu to manage a service 'station. He Is survived by his father, two sisters, Mrs. Johnson and . Mrs. Willie Frazier of Hcrmondal", Diplomatic Corp? Beauty to Wed One of (ho most beauliful June brides who will (rip lo (ho hllar Ihis year Is Valerie S. Prodmik (above), popular daughter of llio Austrian minister lo (lie United Stales, who will be married at Washington, 0. C., on Juno 1, ID Jean It. L. do Sibour, son of Viscount J. Henri de Siuonr. i AnnouncoB Candidacy in I Opposition lo Chief justice C. !•!. Johnson . UrrhK HOCK, Aik.--ln n snr- lil'lsi! move lulr yi'Meulay Stiilo Comptroller drill In Kmll'h, wlw prevlj'.sly luid (|iiali[Vd as a caiidldalo (or governor, nnummoi'd tluil lie had I'lunuwd lil.s plan.'i niiil would be a cumlldiili' for chief Jiisllci' lit Ihe Arkansas supreme comi. He • Will oppose Chief Jusllue C. R Johnson. Other lale developmenls In llii; Arkansas pollllcnl sllvallnn Included withdrawal of Wulti'r lj. 1'ope. former atlorney uenerol, from the men fur that iilVk-e, and Iho announcement by Hep. Tllman 11. Pnrks of Hie Seventh ' con- Ki-easlonal dlsliicl lliat lie 'would not seek reiumilimllon, Clrcutl .tudlje Jack Moll of Harrison announced Unit liu would he u candidate for attorney general. The Klnlc Ih'kot for Hie Di'ino- crnllu primary will close al l> o'clock Innliihl, \Vrrlu-d Tcui'llicr In 1932 I'olll leal observers cnupleil Conip (roller Smith's, change lit plum w!':h (he iroceiVj announcement of the liuucnmlorinl candidacy of Slale Senator Arthur J. Johnson of Star City ifml it was predicted that much of Ihc Fiitrull ndinlnlslrallon'fi slrenglli would Ijo (lirown behind Sonalor Johnson In Ills campaign (or chief Jus- lice Smith will oppose a man with' whom'he worked In Ihe-Fii. troll campaign of '-193a.i : Chief Jnsllcc Johnson, at Ihiil lime chancellor, was Marlon A. Fii- troll'B campaign manager In 'ID?2 niicl, SpMlh, • a, Marlanna lawyer, pile of Ihc assistant 1110,11- Italy May Quit League Tomorrow liOMK, May 1:1 (UP)—Home today I'XpMcd a dramallc pinelatn- iillon by 1'i-euili'i- lieiilto Mussolini Ihul Italy Im.s re.sluned from the l.eainie of Nallons. 11 Oui'e's staletneni, scheduled in bit mnilo huforo llm Ciiamlii'r nl ncpulU'.s tomorrow, \vus forecast by Vlr^lnio Cluydu, editor of Cllni'imlt' d'llnlla, " regarded us Mussolini's moiilhpleei 1 . "llaly has had enough of CH'iieva," Hie newspaper snlii. "Tim vmllct n( (he Leaijiie. of Nnfliins has been uccrplcd In Ilnly wllh discipline but with "tt'.wvrd dlrchiln. Tiiu ituuiirlurn of-, tin. lliillnn delegation from (lencvft Is sinnllicant of (lie irsolule delach 1 - nl of Ilnly from llm League." 'agers. . . From lime to lime, since United nis own uenau at the examining c • ir r n • r, triaj. His raunsel, Claude F. Coop- Opnilklmg Of Main-Street, Enforcement of .Sanitary , hidden In the freight, room of the terminal, and the recovery of $406.13 of the stolen money, found cached under a loading plalform at th terminal. Jones did not take the stand in Ills o™ be'hulf at the examining er, insisted that the state had failed to show sufficient proof to warrant the court in binding the defendant over lo the grand jury. He charged that circumstances surrounding I'nc finding of the pistol and money placed as much suspicion on truck line employes who made the finds as upon Jones. W. Leon Smith, deputy prosecutor, replied briefly, pointing out that, the purpose of the examination was only to determine if there was probable grounds to believe the grand jury would Indict. ' W, E. Fullem and R. H. Knisc, truck drivers, were fined five dol- *L ..,.,,iu..[ ui « 11111:^,1:3, IIU:1IEUUIU \l n n ,..i „ , , ,, police, s-nerlirs deputies and truck! ^^L^T^l'. °?™* line employes, testified state, detailing the story "robbery" as told by Jones, the finding of his pistol, which he said Siad been taken by the bandits, IEJFOHCE Presiding Elder Opens Dis, trie I Conference at Lake Street Church .The annual conference, of the Joncsboro district, of Methodist churches' opened this ..after-' noon. Tile registration Indicates that approximately 175 preachers and.laymen will attend the conference which will bo concluded tomorrow afternoon. All sessions are being held at the Lake street Methodist church with Ihe Rev. V. E. Chalfant as hast pastor. The KCV. Sam B. Wiggins of Joncsboro, presiding elder, conducted Ihe devotional in the opening session. This was followed by rej- porls of.•committee s on worship, ministerial relationships, general state of churches of district and resolutions. Addresses by Henny licddcn, of i'iie Memphis Methodist hospital, ,. — the Rev. Ira Brumlcy, of Conway.j last minute payment of clcc- conference executive secretary, and tlon fees brought (he .actual ni'm- Dr. James Thouias, of the orphanage, will conclude the day's session late this aftternoon. ' X 'hi- appolntuieiit of Jiulye Johnson to the v onicrt' of chief-justice by Governor Fiilrcll : hj; 1033,' It'hijs been apparent that, lie anil Comptroller Smllh wcrej.not always in agreement, and. It had been reported for several days that Mr. Smith was conslitcrliii; opposing Judge Johnson.' The. latter was elected in July, 1033, lo complete (he uncxplrcd term of (lie lale Chief Juslico J. C. Hail, to succeed whom he had been ap pointed shortly .nfler the beginning of the Futrell administration. Ashley, Hone Pay. Fees Laws Discussed The city council met in brief Etsslon at the city hall last night, disposing • with routine business in short, order. Tlic Rev. John A. Woniack, of Marked Tree, will preach tonight ._...„... . following foe song service, led by (be remaining O, C. Barnes, which begins at 7:15 pay their fees o'clock. The sermon will be fol- names on the lowed by reports of the churches of the district. Tn the meeting Thursday the Uev. W. w. Albrig'ht. of Marion, will lead | the morning devotional at 8-30 -o'clock. For Ihe reports of committee on the general state O f the a cai church these will be given: spir- "lor, Itual stale of the church, tfie Rev. from J. M. Harrison, Manila; missions' F. !>-nd evangelism, Mrs. A. P. Pol-1 III! d Shows • Strength. Amending IVm Ac( r Over Administration Opposition WASHINGTON, Mny.13 (Ul'l- Inllutloiiisls won the day's lira! tesl on llm {H.OOO.OCO.OOO Vra/l Lemke farm morlgr.8o inllallon bill In Hie house today ivluin mi Inflation blot: iiinendment' opposed by administration forces was approved, 120 lo nil; Supporters of the bill cheered lustily wh'jn the vole was announced. . Adiiilnlstrallon leader;! had made llielr n.rsl test of thu day on Ihe amendment in an '.elTorl lo Ret Iho bill i'p to the flniil passage \ole with: no rhaiiBe whlol inlitht e»ln .siiiiixirt for '• Iho - In Ilallon measure,, ./ -• '' f ,./ v . - •..TIio,-f.ari)oi«lt)ionS-l llitii.isS^jl'fts under Ihc bill for farm. iiforUjii'se rennanclin; .innposes, priivohlhi; AnolliPi Guard Woundcc! and One Prisoner Re])oiled Killed, MoAI.IJ3ri'll, Oklu,..'M(iy lj (UP)—Holllii|{ pikonerf at 'llio iliilo peiillinllaiy loday kllle.l n I'nrd .siipeilnlcndent, woundetl u jtmrd and t">cn])eil liPn liuck I'hoy took n euiiid as homage 0. D Powell, the suiwilnlcnd- •nl, was \\oiinilci1 falally In Hie nlllal oulbuak. W W Oovsctl' a Biiitrd, niu, Bounded seilouslj A lirlsonoi was tc|xirtct| killed H.wns believed sK men escaped n llm Unit s^ltli 'nick Copo, a minrd, as lioblajie. SK olheia wcio ii'caplmed almost lnlinedlalel>. Tho ilot occuned at tho bilck- Vin-d.about Iniir u mile fiom tlio main PI-LTOH. " I'owell, Cla-HoU and Cope uVie 1 ill clim-Bo of Iho detail. Tho men bad Just llnLshcd lunch when apparently on slynal they rushed llio three officers. They weie armed Vilth knives nnd guii!>, Wai den itoy Kenny said he was Infouneil -bused on livestock. .H was Ihe. first amendment brought .10 a-vote as the hous foualil over the measure wllh bitter debiile, helghlened by attacks on President William Green of Ihe American P<;dcratlon of Labor for urging friends of labor lo vole aualust the measure. flELIEF her of sjubcrtiatorlal candldalcs| at noon loday up to six t o( Ihe nine men who had announced. Closing time for the filing at p o'clock tonight Is expected to see the remaining, three. candidates and place Ihelr primary ticket. State Scnalor John Ashley nt Melbourne and Circuit Judge Mar- nvs Hone, of Halesville, niccl .their corrupl practice pledges and paid (heir ballot fees tills morning,. Thornsbcrry Gray, of Batesvlllc, a candidate for Unilcd Stales sen- at noon to<lny withdrew (he race In favor of W. III!) Heninan, of Prcscott, ?1ie advisability of placing police | tcr - Jonesboro. and the Rev/E. „. signal lights on Main street was ""'""lor, Wilson;. American Bible dlEcussed by the aldermen who! s°fMy, the Rev. Dan c. Holman. ndlcated they were favorable to | Bl i'theville circuit; financial sys- the proposal, provided Ihe costi tcms ' tllc R ° V . R. c. Morehead, or Installalion was not loo great.l Oscc ° l11 : quarterly conference jour- Tne Jighls would be operated by 1 !™' 5 - Z. B. Uallcw, Jonesboro- lay a desk sergeant at the city hall, activities, p. B. Cooiey; Christian "" ' ihe; 1Tlltrat "re, the Rev. A. u. Dulaney. . - .. iln e ii' c ?.c n villc; church buildings, the calls at police headquarters Police ™ v - H - »• Blcvins, Jonesboro. Chief Ed Rice. told the council r Thc morning sermon Thursday lars on'mlsdcmeanor charges of gas | ttnd wotlltl greatly facilllalc lhe; llltr tax evasion. They are residents of re ?!! o " sc of ix)licn lo fncominej" 0 ?.' Fort Wayne, Ind. • ;.. Sues for Divorce Mary Blanche Kirkcndall has filed ' suit in chancery court against Pan! Klrkendalt. asking a divorce on the ground of Indignities. She also seeks a restraining order lo keep the defendant from Ohioan Traces Bar Cited In Famous Poem JEFFERSON. O. (UP) — The lang debated question of whether John Ucmy Titus liad a barroom In mind when he wrote "The Face on Ihe Ttarroom Floor" has-been decided to Ihc satisfaction of the home folk. Thc answer Is "yes." Interfering . with her pending final decree. lor actions, In his famous poem, Titus re- Thursday afternoon session bceln- Hopkins Forbids Blacklisting of WPA Men - Who Form Unions WASHINGTON, May 13 (UP) — Works Progress Admlnlslratoi Harry L. Hopkins today Issued double barreled ' order to all state WPA directors Instructing' their Dial they must not employ aimed guards and cannot blacklist needy workers who organize. His action came the day following a conference with Vlctoi F. Rlddcr. New York city WPA administrator, who employed detachment of Rimrds to protect Ills office against antl-WPA demonstrations. Oilier state WPA directors have been accused of discriminating against workers who sought lo form Ihelr own unions. Hopkins also said (hat Ihe state WPA directors could not employ their own investigators to "spy on WPA worker?, .The order, he said, was issued "In'.the,.Interest of rood labor relations; 1 In the' HOOO.OflO.OOO work relief program. Blytheville Wale: , Chicago Wheat open high low- May 92 3-8 93 1-8 92 close 92 7-8 Spots closed" sle.idy at 1150, lip 1.'July 84 7-8 85 3-4 84 7-8 85 1-2 Livestock ' EAST ST. tbUIS. III., May 13 (UP)—Hcjs 6,000 ] Tcp 940 | 170-230 Ibs. 930-9M HG-160 Ibs. 6W-9I5 Bulk sows 815-840 Cattle 2,000, Steers 725-800 • Slaughter, steers GOO-825 ' Mixed yearlings and heifers 650-800 Slaughter heifers COO-825 Beef cows 500-575 Cullers and low culters 350-450. with . ti tv , 1M , ^ 5 ..,. officials ami had '"been ^sm'ed " tng at " 2 o^lock. fiic"ifcalulv"or tnat ibe water would bo furnish-1 tllls m ce'in? will be an address on cd free of charge. | Al *insas Methodism" by the Rev. Mayor Shane, recalling tlhit!^™ e f A ' Andcrson . Joneslwro. who Ihc business sccllan when it liul more money a number of years am dotibted If sprinkling accomplished much, saying the strcrts Deemed Just as dirty 30 mlmues Older residents immediately • dc- ddod Ihal Tttiis must have been mistakon. tliat Jefferson never had nn "Old Pine Tavern." Howard Cornelius, a resUiurant proprietor. Marled nn investigation in I lie county recorder's office nnd also exchanged letters with Tilus. At Ihe end of four [days, he had the mystery cleared and pastors are diesis! "'"' l>c explained H this way to . L ' Wadc ' Jollcsboro on ' "Siux-rnnmiatc afterwards. now washed two nights and swept five nights a- week. Afternoon sprinkling would renuire the sorv- ices of another man for half a day or the taking of an lenced c— for half in 'nomes of Methodist church , members here for lodging and, , 1 k]i brcakfast ' Sl 'M'= r tonight andl Tnvom •™: lunch tomorrow \vi: the church. Titu. referred to "The Old Pine l " Ills sl '»P ! y' to School Bridges Distance LEADORE, Idaho, (UP)^Ioseph cm." The records showed that "The Tavern" was leased by Johii Thcmpson in 1858 and operated by him 18 years, that It later til ine taking of an csper-| Ditley, superintendent of the rural] cnnngcd Iwmis many times imi impioye from other work.high dehool here, conducts a "lonjiil was razed in 1925 to make roo ' oi each day during Ihe|distance" school. The averaue riis- for a service station. '.. . Barney snlrl. In nrfdilion-lanrp ^.^,.^^^^1,1... i.._ ^^ ....,^1 fT",!?''.? 0 ™* *"°. I" addition tanee covered "by his 7l"pui)lls! dally to attend school Is 31 miles. • 11 £ 1 X P C "« of operaliiiB Hie clly flushcr. which has been in (Continued on Pane sing Sing prison received its . Two of his pupils cover 90 miles I name from Indian words meaning daily. "a stony place." Youths Admit Robbing Railroad Freight Car ARurHCRSVH.u:, MO-i. roi- lnji tlicli aiRsl Monday, John Wade, IB, and viigll Dainclt, 17, have confessed | o bicaking Into anil robbing a boxcoi ncai the 1'ilsco depot hero on the night of May 2, in w'nlch boxes containing women's uiothlug «lued nt more than SIOO were, Some of the clolhlng' wns.said lo have belonged lo Mils Mpllle Lee UntcH, fonijeily of this city: and Stccle, but'who recently moved to Pulton, Ky. • ., l^k/W 15 , llIIS S /.'W* Arrested, Jiiifte tlntrf, taif fiih iltho W llnifi Ihcj lmv« ndmltled am robbery, offlcers slatcxl They arc be- I'IB held In Jail hoie for furllicr Questioning'concerning olhcr recent roWjeries Capitol Closed for ' Elgin Rites Today _ UTIIC ROCK Kfuy n (UP)The capitol was closed at neon loday on the proclamation of dov. J M Pillion In memory of Rep. o u Flsln of Cralghead .county who died Monday _ Speaker of the iiouw Ham' Thorn named sK lionsc members lo attend the funeral at Jones- bcro. -nio hoL'se delegation wal composed of Heps Ivy w Cruv-" ford, of DljtlicMIlo, J O Chlldrn"' of Walnut Rlogc, Fugenc Uakci' of Tuckcinian, Charles E Wnt- son. of Clteenway; Dr. J. E emlth, (.It noyno, and S /\ Oooch, of Wynne. Mrs. Mary Williams Dies at Home of Son Mrs. Mary Williams, 10, well' knoivn resident of the Dell com-' munity, died Monday, aftci noon after r.everal mbritlis illness She died al Iho:home of her son, Rob Williams, with whom she lived. . Funeral services were held nt Horncrsvlllc. Mo., yeslcrday morning al II. o'clock vvithylhe Rev Taylor otlidaling. She Is survived by four daughters and two sons. The L. ' G....Moss Undertaking company was In charge of funeral arrangement. Services at Bassett for Mrs. Mace Ncal BASSETT. Ark—Funeral services were held at Bassett church Saturday morning for Mrs. Mace Meal, 52, who died at her home here Friday morning aflcr a week's illness with pneumonia. Thc Kcv. Mr. Cooiey. of Joiner Methodist- church, conducted the service. Interment was at liasselt cemclei"y. Mrs. Neal k survived by her husband. Iwo sons. DeWitt and Hubret, both of Bassett. and four daughters, Mrs, Inez Swan. Dallas. Tex.. Mrs. William Perry and Mrs. Herman Ethrldge, Ixith of Wilson, and Miss Evalyn Neal, of John L. Jenkins Dies Today at Home Here John L. Jenkins! CS, died at his home, 1723 West Rose street, at 3:30 o'clock tills morning. Funeral services were held this afternoon at Sandy Ridge cemetery with the Rev. Mr, Blnson officiating, interment was made at the cemetery. The Cobb Funeral Home was in charge of funeral arrangements. Mr. Jenknls Is survived by two daughters, Hazel and Llllie May, a son, James, nnd a brother, A J. Jenkins, the latter of Morehouse, 'Mo. WEATHER Bassetl, who will receive her dtoloma from Shuwnee high school next Friday. Arkansas—Fair and cooler 'Ip- nlRht. Thursday fair. Memphis and vicinity—Fair and, cooler tonight and Thursday. The maximum temperature here • [yest'ciday was 72, minimum 63, The scarab, n beetle, .Vas re-1 partly cloudy with 38 of an inch graded in Egypt as a symbol of i rainfall, accoiding to Samuel P. immortality. ; . : Norrls, official weather observer.

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free