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Served fty United Press BLYTHEVILLE J-'s* THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL, XXVII—NO.. 21£ Blytheville Courier, • Blytheville, Dally N«M, Blythevllle Herald. Hlsalulppl Valley Leader. ULYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBKK 21~ 1930 Depositors Support Plan Offered at Meeting With .Officers Yesterday. . Officials' of the Bank of Manila, which closed Its doors' Tuesday, continued: hopeful today that thc institution; would open within thc ,five day'suspension limit, as plans •began to''take definite shape. Depositors of the bank and officials held a meeting at the bank building in Manila yesterday to discuss the situation and formulate a plan that would allow the inttltu- tion lo open again without fear of another "run," The depositors were presented with a plan whereby they would allow their <!e|x>sits to remain In.the'bank dgnlng- time cer- •tificates.v These ce: tificates would make. 25 'per-.cent of their deposits available; .for; withdrawal In six months;' "another 25 per cent hi nine ..inqnlhs, .25 per cent more in 12 months'and the remainder .in 15 months.- "; 'i Black wood Pledges Aid D. .H. •Black-wood, chairman of the state 1 highway commission, and former Mississippi county resident, spoke at.the meeting and offered to place $5,000 in cash with the institution if depositors would agrci to sign time certificates in accordance \vith the plan worked out. A large number of depositors signed agreements for lime deposits yesterday and the signing of others was progressing satisfactorily, according lo Harry Cowan, cashier of the bank. .Osceola Reopening Delayed OSCKOLA, Ark., NOV. 21. (UP) — The First State bank of Osceola, which closed temporarily last Monday following suspemionou of business by the American Exchange Trust company of Little Rock and other institutions In the A. B. Banks group, will not reopen tomorrow, it was definitely announced today by M. L. Sumner. the cashier. Mr. Sumner said efforts are under way to reorganize the.bank on a basis that will permit its' re- onrning in the near future, and that lie hoped to be able to make a "definite -statement early next • week.' - -• w... .-•..... . It is understood that there isT prospect of interests outside Ihe slate joining with Osceoln people 1> Ihe reorganization, which-Its is assumed would involve the taking over of the A. B.. Banks interest in the Institution. . " No plan will fee considered, Mr. Rummer said, that does not provide for tolal reimbursement of depositors. '• Proirress at Leachville LEACHVILLE, Ark.—Indications were today that the Bank of Lsach- viile. which susnended huslnrc 1 ; hst Tuesday, would reopen Monday morning. J. P. Roderick, said this afternoon that depi were resnomUng to tin? certiflc.if'; of deposit plan advanced by the officers, and that apparently it wa? merely a matter of seeing all of (hem before the bank can.resume business. If this Is net done bv Monday the state banking department will be asked lo grant a few davs extension. Depositors of the Leachville institution are signing certificates of donasit under which they will b° nhln to withdraw one-fourth cf their money at once and one- Court Orders Roosters to Crow by Day Only RTDOEF1ELD, N.' J., Nov. 21 (UP)—The roosters in John Webster's barnyard were under court injunction today not to crow from 10 o'clock at night until 7 in the morning. George Brecker, frorh his sick bed. complained his neighbor's fowls by their early "cockadoo- dladoos" had cost him so much sleep 1 he became an invalid. Tho courn studied his physician's s affidavit"; and granted him an injunction. "But how am 1 to keep the roosters quiet?" asked Webster, - "I don't know", was the court's \reply, "that's up to you." No Bones to This Hoover Turkey! /SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENT8 Mrsi F. A. Robinson Succumbs at Home Hera 'Following Long Illness. Mrs: Mary Lee Roblnson.wife of P. A R'binson and one 'of the city's moii beloved women, died at the family home this afternoon i o'clock. In ill health for several years she was recently brought home from a St. L»uis hospital, so that she might pass away- while near her family. She was 41 ! years of age. i Funeral Feri;c«s are to be con-! ducted, at the Mapie Grove rcmc-j Jery Saturday afternoon, 2;30 o'clock. The process!' n will go frcmj A1I "dressed up" for a trip to the capital l> this ll(e-alzed subbler, made entirely of cotton, wlilcli was sent t'o; President and Mrs. Hoover us ii'Tliahksb'trlng token from Hie iilly sfCalvcslon, Tex. Pretty JL-irioii Doheity Is shown aliove wlthttl&.luikoy and tele^nim wish- Ins tl;a Hoovers •'Lnl<s'of/happiiicmi." . Closing Day Brings Huge o clock. The procc.-si'n will go frcml f^ •! . /^i 1 • O I "• 1 the family residence on West wal-j ' LrOWCl tO LOOKlIlff OCllOOJ nut St. Ei?fcrc her ln?s; she was out- ' e In clubs and religicui cir-j • More- than -650 Blytheville house- ' housewives farewell with her orlg- - nf ih. i. t - , of tn« local chapter of the United HVP..V- w rm.7htns of the Confederacy. .A; ditorium *YI-1*tllui» r,f +Un T?H_i »»-_ll __ .5-1 1 *"^ vl tUtl* wives, the largest crowd of the ' Inal poem, "A Recipe for a Hapoj - — • ---- • - 1 "-- '-"- •- •• • on hand at the city au-' Day." Tlie intricacies of cake baklnir was ably shown at yesterday's' class birthday cake as the crowning feature. George Hubban* '- Jr., who was celebrating his birth was presented . the r Leaf coffee, White- Home Queen flour shampoo and wave se Beauty shop, Crlsco. K . . 0. baking powder, Evefgood sau- After preparing a meal in which ! sage, credits for General Motor? the four-day series of lectures , and demonstrations by Mrs. Myra club vrnmnn of ArKaiuas who ft cu .vuu vyaccuia Ajnit?s i''r many n i nn ^, i: . ^ „ . , .—" -.^-..^ .~. u ^..«. t .., . u ,,wi. years.fad who was a former pres- 1 P' ank steak and fish-were, cooked ; radio and Prtgidalre, basket' o! ident'-of'Uie -'Arkansas Press -Aiaa-- Hi"!?^-'^"- Myra ? DU?an ' -^°,-.fruit- from .Clarence Sa'unders.- vat oia'tiofi . '•' .---.-•'. ""r ? rc<maurte<J the -.schoo!;' bade-rtj« tiveir with-Mrs; Ifn (3ray'f«ihhfiiS elation. Since Mrs. Robinson became illj shs was taken to famous ipecialists' and, to teveral cities for treatment] Fr'jn time lo time she would be-j corns improved and was brought; home for brief periods, as was hf.rj » r ;ish, but was removed to' a St.j Louis hofwtai about two mcaths; ago. ! Louisiana Gives Flag to U. D. a She is survived by her husband,'. ones on, Jack, and two daughters,-HX..-.^ w; XT J Ji i Miss Martha/and Mary Adah. and; Ko ° m W 3S Needed to , one sister, Mrt! Edith M> cf here. Funeral arrangements aiij Awnines Witness Tells Del1 ' Mrs - A - r-.vYiiiiii,:, wHiicsb iciib stringer Mrs j the- congoleum rug fronv Hubbard Furniture Co. . ~ These won the other prizes: Mrs. A. L. Reai>an. Mrs. Torn J. Love, Mrs. J. M. Crockett, Mrs. W. A. Edward. Mrs. M. H.v Whatley, Clols Shepard, Mrs. H. L. chnrri- bers. Mrs. Homer Davis, Mrs. Joslc Srite. Mrs. W. M. Burns. Mrs] R. j A. Moore, Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise, Miss Marguerite Perry, Mrs. Iverson Morris. Mrs. Otto' Bradberry of P. Smith. Mrs. T. L. Situation Here Improves ns State Institutions Prepare to Reopen. , i LITTLE ROCK, Nov. «. (UP)- j li'.sumptlon of business by n nnin- [ >cr of Arkansas banks which MIS- ; i operations this week ap-1 peared likely today following con- ] fercncos here. • • • ' Most cheerful of report.* was Ihe i ™id tli a I- the American Exchange Trust company of LUtlo Hock, whose suspension precipitated U'ID temporary closing of 34 out-stale banks in which A. B. Banks com- l»ny wus intcreslcd, expccled to reopen for business soon. Yesterday, following a two-day conference, officials of the bank indicated ,lt wquld be Impossible to open Ihe bank Immediately, spying they could not tell when reorganization plans would be- complete. . Plan New Helena Bank Banks In. which Iho A. B. Banks company -.was not Interested inut! which have failed or susn-ndcrt a™ t IIT-IIV- reorganizing themselves. I i: Helena a citizens committee! and they plan to open a new in- tlonal bank to take over thc assets i of Ihe Merchant 1 ; and Phni°r.s bank which ' SIISHMTIM Monday with (imm=lt? of S125fW). At Morrlltou rcancnlii!! of t U' First State bank is being considered. Tolal Now Is'64 Banking officials today' reported ni f.i-tv*« r siisnnnsions or clns'nqs In addition to the six suspensions •"norled . vcslerdav. miHf- the lo tal nf hanks now closed 84. Tl'» tnnk* dosed- yenterrtav were the Tinnk of fSlrrwhcrrv. Lawrence county. Bank of Cornln'tr. at Corn'"",_ PaM Knob state bank and Citizens bank, both of Raid Knob, Rank of Own, and Bank of Scotland, Van Buren county. Will Orranlzr New Bank PINE BLUPP. Ark.. Nov. m. (Tjm —Seven outstanding business and Industrial leaders -have been chosen as a.committee to.work out plans for.the organisation of a new b»>ik to take"'over (he.assets of the-Nations! Tlahk' of • Arkansas ': ichlrjh closed Its doors July 21 with deposits totaling $1,650.000. The announcement was made by Chancellor H. R. Lucas as chairman of the committee named hv reft'depositors of.the closed Institution to make selections for the group lo handle the organization work. . .charge of the Cobb Undertakin Company. inj tor Nve. c D 0 , MEMPHIS, Nov. 21. (UP)-Bal" agould, 'Mrs. A. M. Patrick, Mrs! E. A. Jordan, Mrs. M. O. Usrey, " E. Bell, Miss Hazel Luis- ^SSjCiarkton Baptists Will : lots and " lists in the Sh-1 man . - D. Smith. Mrs. J. L. fourth at thereafter. sis months intervals H F. Marshall Acquires Restaurant on East Main H. F. Marshall, former operalor of a West Main street restaurant which was recently destroyed bv Tire, hss purchased the restaurant of Dick Roberts, at 317. East MM'.i street, and took over the operation of his new place of business yes- lerday. . Marshall' has been the sub loci of a considerable amount of litigation growin? out of an alleged contract with George V.'r'.-ht. well knwr. restaurant, operalor. in which Marshall alleges that Wright agreed, in connection with the sale of a restaurant to Afarshall. that he would n J* i U r>L l. ° nave ^ ccn burned. Dr. wean LfedlCate New LhUrCh ; Taylor, chairman of the Shelby pri- . ! mary board, testified before tbe CLARKTON, Mo., Nov. 21.—The ; N 5' e senatorial investigating corn- new building w-hich will house th-! gj'ttee hefe today. . _ N. White, Mrs. Charles 'phll- jr.; Mrs. G. H. Grear, Mrs. B. Barnett. Hawks, Mrs.-J. A. Lnckett of Dell, First Bap'.ist church of Clarkton Is ' ' The records, Joe Boyle, custodian Mrs 'Felix Hill Mrs Helen L' rapidly rearing completion and of the .courthouse, exolained, were Brackin of Huffman plans are being made to conduct burned when he needed room to dedication services in il the first'Store awnings. The' custodian was Sunday in December. • ; called to the stand after the county The new church structure i' i primary head had said the lists largely-the result cf the efforts o' and ballots were destroyed. -• E. -S. Godsey, W. H. Martin, anri : . • L. B. Fletcher, members of the' MEJIYHIS, Nov. 21. (UPi— ^en- board of deacons, who compose thc ' a '°r Gerald P. Nve, chairman of building committee, and whose the senate committee Invcstnqtin-r plans under the direction of Rev. campaign expenditures, arrived In Wade Freeman nave already ro- Memphis unannounced earlv torlay suited in securing most of the fl- and said he would reopen hearings MrmnKIc Turin*. \I/'ll nances necessary lo the con?truc- here this afternoon. , .rji.niuiub juupe Will tlon. Construction is being done by I Chairman Nye wa? accompanied the C. W. Hollrster Construction : bv Rnivitor Pnrr.-r H. D:ile of Ver-; Holrl Court Pendino Re- company of Sikeston. Tlie oil; raont who will nssist him in nues- church buildin 1 ;. located en the site : 'tt™lnrr wifnF.s'es regarding alleged of thc new. was ra7ed to make irregularifip^ in the August 8 rirl- room for the nev.- church. ' -.....- of Inquiry. arj' election. 13 Close In Six States CHICAGO, Nov. 21 (UP)—Withdrawals caused In some Instances by unfounded rumors forced the clo'slnir of 13 banks In six southern and middle western states today. The total number of banks which have closed In the last flve days was brought to 111 as the re- Panama-Chicago Flight Elided By *~-J . •>'-.'•' \ y.\-Crash at Police Reserves Called to Quiet Battling .Coe'di? DELAWARE, O., Nov. 21. (UP I — Scratched faces, torn dresses, blackened feminine eyes, and campus ground littered with lipsticks arid compacts marked today the battle site, of 400 freshmen, and sophomore co-cds of Olilo tyesleyiui university. • . Police llu'cats U> use tear Ras bombs and pointed nozzles of lire hoses vierc us«t before the battle, which irosc over the right of frcsh- Chicago Business Man Who Turned Non-Slop Flyer. Meets Disaster. •'.' ''"•'.-.- COLON, C. Z., .Nov. 21. Roy W. Ammel. Chicago,^broker, men girls (o wear or not lo wear crashed today while attempting' to '•-• berets, was brought to a close late- uks.off from Anton,-Panama; jpn ': last night. .a flight lo Chicago, and was tadljr- FlKhtine stared vesterdav at ini,,r»,r . • ..'•••••:.•'•••'• Au Important cuvemoiiy at the reunion of tho National Association of tho Daughters of the Confederacy at Ashovlllc, N. 0., roceully i tho presentation of. tho Louisiana stats flag by Mrs, George Wallace, above, preal- dent of her ntato division. Tho flag was presented, tho Louisiana division by Senalor-slnH'liuey. P. Long. •' ' supper hour when sophomore girls raided Monett hall to enforce a long standing tradition that freshmen co-eds wear berets on the campus. Freshmen launched a counter attack that swept the sophomores off tho campus. The battle continued In city streets. Police were called ard finally Police Captain frank W. Pliickerbauui called out the fire department. '.'It's water and tear gas bombs for you if you don't warned. stop." he ftlfemphis Sportsrfiair-.l'S Charged With Buying Horse Race. Bill Votes. Mrs. Viola M. White oa . e , H , t S.ri^s Burglary nf Cardwell Is Dead ; s^.cts BrouhT MEMPHIS. Nov. 21. (UP— Fed- j eral Judse Harrv B. Andrrsin.) whose AdminLstrallon has been v<der Investigation, by a congre.^sinn- ai ccimmillee.-.t'vlav "reru^cd himself from the bench here. n Li D 1 ' e txnl:n here. Brought Back The coneresslonil commi'ten lul- Joumed its hearing here y&terdiv HOT SPRINGS, Nov. 21. (UP)— after ll > e rov«rnment's ca«e Ira Hursl and Lsvi Carter, b^ti] 20 ' bsen completed. • : and believed to live in Oklahoma. : Judge Anderson's statement CARDWELL. Mo.—Mrs.. Viola M.' White died Tuesday night. She was 70 years of age. | Funeral services uore held at ••••" -...->.••.*. ... ..... .,, vi\j<iiiuiii;t, ummc finui-i^uu.i si^ntjiiit'in. ri-im j ,_. . • f .. . rY ,. Iscr home Wednesday aflernoon have been returned hsr« to f-.r? in effect he would be so busy di:r-' , "]-. P 0 *™ A ,,,,\ 3 ^ v" r V suit of financial stress In Indiana, Kansas, >orth Carolina, Missouri, Kentucky and Tennessee. Twenty closings occurred yesterday. Dependence on lar^e Institutions which failed In Little Rock, Ark., Qulncy, 111., Louisville. Ky., and Nashville Tenn., was given ns the caufj of difficulties of a majority of the bonks. Three in Norlli Carolina ASHVILLE, Nov. 21 (UP)—Fail, ure of the American National bank of Asheville, the Citizens Bank of Bryson City, which will merge with the Bryson City bank, and the Bank of Hazel, today brought to eleven the tolal number of banks closed In North Carolina since Thursday mornlnfr. These three banks closed today, Paris Hank Closes PARIS. Tsnn., Nov. 21 (UP) — Tlie First StMc Bank and Tru. ccmpany, one of the oldest of Paris -banks, failed to open its doors this mo'.ning f-Jlowim thi stcadj •••• s-j.--vv.' of a-cfunts amounting had ' ' R niore than S200.C03 during the ! past two week? of fi'inn'-bl unrest that has pw-pt Tenfcssoe. LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 21. (UP) — George H. Partaln, Memphis sportsman, will go to trial here Monday on charges of attemntlng to bribe a member of the 1923 general assembly In behalf of a legislative bill designed to legalize wagering on horse racing in Arkansas., y Partaln Is specifically charged with offering a bribe to State Senator John M. Quarles, Helena, to secure his vote for adoption of the ::orse racing act. The state will present a larae number of witnesses* Including several legislators nnd countv officials. Boyd Cypert, prosecuting attorney for.Pulaskl county, Is in charge of the prosecution. TOTflL IS injured. The .crash.. occurred about ']$: \$ : • m. as the nyer, started wlUij; bis J leavlly loader! plane. for a non-stop . v llleht to -his hdme city; -".'-UJ.,^y '• . :';-, The army sent art' alrp'lanijaM T! :'•: bulance to bring.hlin'to the 'Canal ! ' "' Zone, , , . .. .•-. Ammel flew here 'on a ,hon-stoj> flight from NewV York' list" wee.t ", His ixMkhted , . plane, the '.'Blue. Flash," 'vrtilchXisV-.-.' somewhat similar to /Col, Charies •-!'••. A. Lindbergh's plane, . was' thor-s". 1 ou^hly overhauled yesterday and- : V this morning In preparation for the", flight. Ammel. discovered oil feed -.trouble and made extensive repairs! Ammel left France' field, here,' at .-', 8:1S a., nt. today for -Aiicon, which. . Is in Panama, some- 80' miles from. -•' Prance field: ' : - • .'. '.:••' '•'.- Rc-ort for. -the Unitec States Shows i 1 ,926,364 tcj November 14. . Cotton ginned in . Mlsstolppi countyy prior ki November. 14 was . ,89^76 ba)i5j:-. it ts onnpunced Ohertff D^nehower 6f.Luxpr«, •tortef fc* '- )Jy re- Mr. p&nehower'i 'estimate ol thc c-«nty. .. , bales- WASHINGTON, Nov. 21. (UP)— Census bureau reported today 11,-926,3(14 running bales of cotton, counting round bales as halves and excluding llnters, ginned from the 1930 crop prior to November- 14, against.11,890,006'bales in'the «amf period of 1929 and 11,320,688 In 1928. 1930 1929 l,2M,92l 1,150,404 78,364 79,092 1,170,104' 135.3B3 Alabama Arkansas . California 138,946 127,355 Florida : «,687 20.464 Georgia 1,441,056 1,112,360 Louisiana Mississippi .... Missouri • New Mexico ... North Carolina Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee ....'. Texas Virginia ...i.. Others 650.G91 1,255,477 133,516 64,867 . 855,285 130,998 . 819,678 , -'298,3(8 3,524,141 35,117 4.861 167,! 42 1,637,032 128,473 i 49,341 500.0S3 . 809,165 025,064 353,543 3,308,158 26,792 4.744 Rehabilitation of Ok n • » c. i j.'Jiners *.«>i »:<« fsusmess Area started Round bales, 403,522 in 1930, I against 412,416 in 1929. American OLA, Ark,, Nov. 121. (UP)— Ola.' Egyptian, 13,251 In 1930, and 13,946 a town of 100 population, which was * n ] 929. swept • by a cyclone Wednesday Seize : Whiil^, Stills /;- v and Befrat State Line N Pederhl officers 'swooped down "o'ti . ; ., : the ^state : line border," ; notorious. -'-•' sector along the Arkajisas-Missou- '. •- '•• rl . line, five miles ; north ' of" "this': -. city, yesterday aftern.otm. ' They :: . «ti«d two stills of -600' gallon' ca-:''. piclty eich, 6,800 jtllons of mashj ' ; 8SO gallons of lUjurf and IBM bot- ,-' : : ties of bear, .accordtng to reports. ' " ''• .--v> negro whom lliey. ; placed In jail at • Camthersvllle. -Harry,/ Bailey,;; referred to by officers ns."klng of'ihe, border,", wis' not at the place. ;'.•••" '-.'.-. The .federal- agents , first founij: • and destroyed the distills and "msshV three miles east of Bailey's. place- ; and then. searched the ro'adhoUw. 1 - clalming to have found' liquor ana" .beer .there." ' : ' "." "•" }'.:"•" The raid" was conducted by federal officers -of the 'Missouri dls-i - trlct, Charles Stanley and Paul Tuiie'y, Special' ' Deputy ' . T.- L. ll^tthews of Steele, and' Dep'uty '"H.- T. Gaines of Caruthersvilie. . right, killing one person, nnd Injuring 16 others, today went about the task of rcliablll'.atini; its devastated business section, levelcd^as thc twister cut n broad path thru j the heart of the town. Business remained at -a virtual standstill, due to the fact thc larit- China^Names Deadline > For Camera Fanatics SHANGHAI. fTJP- Japan is .no l-Q°er to monopolize thc gentle art of bara^Einsf. Far East tourists with pic'iire-Uk'rhf!' propensities. -.--•" Hard 'on tie National Government's announcement that more '-. rigid passport regulations are' to ""I l-c enforced auainst.f'.rQljn vUitqrs. "" ' cqrne-, word 'hat photography of rtrategic points along the northern- r^ist of China is henceforth fcr- i bidden.' . . • .:.*..' i Among tl-,T places named are nf Illinnic Fnvinppr Hlllutnt) - China's new northern oi uunois tngmeer port . Ch | I1KBlwta0i .. n frc! , ht ..ag: barkation point visited by • many fteamshipscarryingvtravclers; arid Taku, at thc entrance r of the Hal Ho, the river which ,'wd': up to Tientsin, gateway to reipin'g. Bomb Wrecks House MAYWOOD, 111., Nov. 21. tUP) —Andrew P. Fleming, an automotive engineer, his wife, and their esl establishments were hardest hit.; 10-year-old son, were hurled un- . v Plans for reran struct '.on were en- 'Injured from their beds early to-j Neither hsre no' In Japan is it Ing r.head cems anno open In temporary quarters, slowly nnd some con-; day when A black powder bomb ex- i considered by ' foreigners that any unced tne.v would re-.ploded on the front porch of their. : J }CC I B | D1]rrnsc Cl . n j, e ferviid'by I home. I fuch restrictions, since visitors may , _.. LI ... . tutu it-nii_i]uiij, ^LIIV.C vi.^nuia iii«y ; The blast, which rocked home.-; co { rcely to thc - point , whcrc ohot ,_ .within a mile area, tore away the pit-phy H forbidden nnd "enBmies" front portion of thc Fleming bun- shatterlnj every window in vould have no difficulty in obtaln- .M! with tI-= Fw W. T. StubberfWd charges of burglary and grand lar- ing the next two weeks preosritu c'f'ci.itinj. Ths Antioch quartet "ny in connnrlion with the rob- his defense that h? could not tioar not again engage in the restaurant ', sim. In'ermert was in tho Card- bery Wednesday of a Hot Sprin"- cases, and su<?eeUed thit Pix-lenl store in which ?500 of merchandUe Jud<:i> J n ' r :\i .1. Gore of N"a-,h>'lllo • was taken. assume his duties. jr. Wifl • i -', V/if° This Afternoon hi ^IvlhSville The sn!' • well cemetery. Hied by Marshall i n> an effort t^, prevent Wright from entering the FORfSET To L'SK I'OI.^ restaurant business here is now VANCOUVER, Wash.. (UP) — Pending on appeal in the supreme ' Om-.-" MVitman. mn:rber oi Ihe court cf Arkansas. ' i volunteer fire department was tit'—. I tending a meeting on the second «. f!o r'o'. the local engine house. An U- M "f?l'fr?Ti TriJMTp/? oiarm'-sounded Mailman Jumped NE\V YORK, Nov. 21 (UP)— —- „ _ • _ • through !be holi to slide down tha Jen---. Cox Ir. '.-m rf th-> former tar lirns UVCr:FOle. He forgot to tah; hold of the <?rv,-rnc-r ^ Ohio and O n,^ time _ . j u-*". H" brcke hU leg at the ank- D'-ra-.—'tin candidate for brr-l/'ent Morgan. Blytheville iw=l i J^ vhen 1)G landed on th> floor be - ------ Iwjurlss whrn v hh auto ! ~ \Hrion lT7 1", hl E' ova y 61 '«« ; PHILADELPHI,-.. (UP)-If [,is"™ dli ;<• l^ 1 "' ' i IM >' d « s ™* nlltl thc m ™' .,'. _..., n ™ *'••« later removed : m cn\s of otlier periods of deprnw.- dny night .voted t', clo.e thc bank ar.,1 this raorning nctificd the state banking depart;i:cn'. which will lak? iiharg; for liquidation. I T '--ki-i- r'f:-lJ!s c'cchrcd steady j wfhdr?wal rf lane accounts and net Insolvency cattMd the closing. Wlthdravftts Kcrcc Closing Dies In Local Hospital' ."&<™ cir/. TF.MN.. NOV. 21 r (UP)—The Peoples bank of Lenoir I city failed to or/en its doors to- Mrs. Jack Wallace, ?4, of Car-!?;?, c "hler nov utherfville. Mo., died at the Bly- \ H '' .11.. n"! o ihrvtl!" l-.rv-r-ltal last nblit follow- ! ,)„„.,,it L -..„ _ u»:_c -.11 r*, , . . - "TEWaiS. - n . h , avv * Slid, New Orleans Bandits CT R, 1 WUU fo.J. f," 1& ^ shatterln * ever >' window in j ng the vv.ws forbidden to the cas- rlee Batik With Lasn the house. Windows in adjoinins ! ra i tourist. . ... homes v.ere also shattered. ' __! ! NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 21. t UP>-' — '- j Three bandits ob'.ainrd an unde-, A . ., , .... f,a r - TTjinf }<: Ksltboi} hnrMvl '•-» " !•»•••» i«— nA.r.n««~. . * •' •*»«••«•« -vi tcrminert amount before noon taiay --v!:r:i they cv tered the St. Bem.ird branch of ; the Canal Bank nn.1 Trust cnm- , pany hsre. hcrdvi" rinnloye^ into; F^HT MORGAN, Co!., "' Akrm for Missing Colorado School Teacher! Bv r.«r,s A fir:- Chase . _____ f. vault before they tied in an au- • —Alarm over the safety of Miss. ,i ? " v 7"by ; Lfnsie Wells cis fir?'J SIS and Nov. 21 : . mctrd M ,t n j,u i fln t=r;C5 cf--10 tcmobile. ; Enid Marrio't pretty 22-ycar-Pld, , ' .in-!. V. n. rravette in co'i't wVon he entered a The holdup men look arivantng' 1 : Wiggins school teacher. mis.in'! p ; 0 , O j gi] j;ty IQ, a c har;e of petit of the noon hour «lier. fev: cus- j sir.cc Sunday, spread t'day nft.°r' ; arc . n v. e check of hsr relatives and frisnds w ,-lls was arrested bv police yes- tomers or clerks were In the in- : stitntion. ; All ureclncit police f'.ntiias were ordered to send n'.c'.or pitrols (i search for thc roV:>?rs. througlfout the stHe revealed n? : i er( > n y n f te ;. n cnaE - . ? - brbr ii'n?--.';. PUe was brought ; »?i« lo'oV-v Rumssv 'if Day- htrij tcveral hours before hsr ', Ion. O., wil be married O f. 4 p. m.. death. ! today et St. B,rthc!omc B ' s church. T>e remains were taten to .he ' WES ensued i when officers spVrf him with tho n »a[f.t-''" -,"•»-_!• ER'lon csn ?! lord. „ . 4 llclr ! The lard was st-len irom Belote 1 eff'rts toward finding thc mi.siirj! q toro company ' woman. wl'i?rcabouts. Officers cf Morgan county : Denver were asktd to renew their f WEATHER DEFEAT AT POLKS FATAI, DUFI'R. O-V... (UP)—Thl Fm<? HO^" Fanir.''''? Body ' """"K^I, -UP, ' ' in 'Ashes of His House, Jewish C origr a ff ,»^ H »State bank cf Rtlev - ' UDS^rVft 1 hanS^SeiVin? ARKANSAS-Fair arid clocre in fo'ed today and IU HOPE. Ark.. Nov. 21. ,|Tp>_Thr : '.. extreme east por.tlon tcuight; Sat- ncooitKts Usrijed owr to H. W. ibcdv of Melvin MrK--r. US. f.umer i Thanksgiving will be observed bvj y ' KcfnoUe; slat? ban>: cxr.mircr, for'residing six miles vest of ^ere. \vas the Jewish people of the cily \vifi | AccrrdL^T to th^ offlcbl w?athcr Hnuiclaticn. (removed today fro"i ihe ruins of • a program this evening, 8 o'clock. \ obcerver, Charles Phillips, thc min• • I his home which birr.-M (iiirin- th» at the Temple Israel when th:;unum tempiratnre h're ve-'"j(iay In-iiann Bank': Hit : night. The body W.T; fo:md by Hen- Rev. E. K. Lntlmer, pastnr of the | wus 46 degrees find tl>-r mi^'mum. TNDIANAPOT IS. Kov. ?1 (UP)—| ry Cox, a nci»hl^r. '"•"• ."'•»--.] First christiin church, will b° th? . 73 dcgroesr cloudv \rith .17 ;r,-lim Six r-,'ith^rn liidlnni bunks were 1 hours of searching Mclver occu- principal speaker. . - I of rain. On t'w yjrcc d'- 3 voar cio-ed trday by voluntary action ofjP'ed Oie house alow OfHrtrs ar' Other numbers include voice se-! • " •••••-.vr- t.:rn:-evn'iire wai j Investigating the tlu-ary foul play lecdons by Mrs. Walter Rosenthal ^ rti-rcci ^'"1 the maximum, S3 on P.ige Three) was Involved. I mid Mr» ; Rowland Wolfort, rt»»reM| cloiKly,

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