Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXVII—No. 116 Blythevllle Courier, Blytheville Herald, BlythevlUe D«lly News, Mississippi Valley Leader. BLYT1IKVILL10, ARKANSAS, '['HURSDAV, .JULY 111, lilSO R-100 HEARING END OF OCEAN SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS ^m f • T M 7 TV 4* A ' tf W T rf Chicago Woman Hurt in Auto Upset ^ British Dirigible Veritable "Flying Hotel" Victim Brought Hi' for j Examination; Four Other i Occupants Escape.. j One woman, Mrs. M. S. Lis.icchi i of Chicago, is believed to have bsen : Internally injured while her husband, two children 'and a friend ] escaped with only minor bruises! when their car swerved Into a ditch off highway 61 a short dis- | tance south of the city limits ear- i ly this afternoon. j According to reports the Chicago , car was trailing a truck and (he- driver turned his machine out into the center ol the highway to pass the truck at the same instant that the truck attempted to pass another car. All three were (raveling north. The Chicago auto slipped off the highway when the driver attempted to halt his machine ! suddenly to avoid a collision. The ! car swerved into the ditch and I turned unsidc down. ! A Cobb ambulance rushed Mrs. I Lisacchi lo the Blythcville hospital ! where she underweril-an examina- '. lion. The Lisacchi family was en- j route from New Orleans lo thei: i Chicago home at the time of the ! accident. Does Heavy ! Damage in Louisiana ! JICANA, I.-.i., July 31. (Ul'l— Sir. ' I towns in this vidnlty today wer?. | renivi'iirii.. Iroiu :i (.ornndn whlc!; i had ilainuiicd more limn a hull- j tired lif.mrs, wrecked at leusl 76 oil . ili'i-ilrk.s, and c-iuiM-ct d:im;'.|;e eill- . muled al M'vnal llmsiiml dollar'. CiiliimbUi, Tu!')s, Olla. K'jlly. Ro- ST. T . , n 1 , T ' Important UeVClOpmeill IS Oni 1 person was killed during the • str:rni Mi.v Will Illuton, CO. suffered iiiMant dfa'.li 'Alien struck by Winds Make Progress Over Land Slowest".';o( Entire Voyage. In Virinih/ n f ! Htliiiilns ill her hom 111 YJUIUI) .Ul:,., e usir Colfax, ST. HUBERT AIRPORT, 'Quebec. Jll)y 31 ( (jp,_The R-100 pushed \',ln<l e-.ilnuiteil 10 have a ve- [her \vay up the St. Lawrence ' TEXARKAN'A, Tex., July 31 lUl') —Oil operators today were watching developments In the Leiw. oil i territory nnd forecasting In what I direction they befeved a new field I would be created. Stirred by the bringing In of (he Lcn?. v.Tll, Tcxnrkana has been llcoded with oil men. Muny com- i prinles nnd Individuals are ready j to start drilling, (heir boras bolstered by the success ot the new- well which wus brought in after many failures In this section It Is believed that most of Hie ell activities will extend southward and southwest of the naw well. A syndicate has tnken op- lions on much of the land .soulh: west of the location. ! Uircclly west of here 20.000 acres have been leased by Charts Lenz, I who brought In the new well, ' transforming this section of Texas | and Arkansas Into a spirited oil ; K.-lly ol 91) miles an hour wrecked Trcmonl I.mnbor mill at steadily but slowly today,- iruikln/ the poorest time of her Journey cliflle. r.msun damage csllmalcd from Cnrdlngton. England, lo Mon- ul $50.100 ami temporarily throw- (real, uflcr n comparallvcly easy -- ' conquc.st ot the Atlantic. •'-.'-' The dirigible encountered contrary winds as - she passed from the Straits of Belle Isle Into the mouth of lhe St. Lawrence. -• ... Afler passing the-eastern end of Anllcosll Island about dawn, sli': made the mainland ot North America at Cape Magdelaine on the south shore of the St, Lawrence at 8 a. in. eastern standard lime. PUinc Wlup Will i Ffom there she fill-lick out Intn UKI laiHS llKJ»,e wuij rlvcr t][ , nt j lng tor tnc llor |h shore > it Trial for Mill'- ln nn on ~ort lo flll(1 better sailing L conditions. Out beyond the great masl where the K-100 will swing tonight,''long rows,of tents were raised to house the COO soldiers and police who will P V P cler of Officer. mm FLIER Here are scenes aboard the newi PASSENGERS—Built to carry 100 | aitish dirigible, R-100 — the big-! in regular trans-Atlantic service. i gesi airship in the world—a verit- i able "flying hotel," which is un' dertaking its first flight from Eng! land to Montreal, Canada, and re- j tump-prior to beginning -regular trans-Atlantic • service. '-'-The "ms\n dining salon is pictured at the \<yn-- ' er right, while a deck scene is j shown at the upper left. Upper is a closeup of the three Beats Lee Gehlbach on Hop j ™£ gondolas that hang from the r I'Om Lincoln ; Derby i ship's belly. The diagram shows T F A F 'A- ' l ' le constl ' ul; " 011 °' tnc lliree-story lOUrllfldS rriaay. j quarters for passengers and crew CHICAGO. July 31. (UP)-Lowell ' end ° sed witllin tne ^ eat ba S- Bayless of Springfield, Mass., led' In a nutshell, interesting facts the All-American air derbyists into I about the great air liner are: Chicago today,' bringing his plane I down on municipal airport at 12:40 | p. m. Bayless' time from Lincoln, Nebr., j to Chicago, next to the last stage j of the rare, was three hours and i 38 minules. The Massachusetts av- ; iator holds second place •. in total] elapsed time. j Passenger accomodalions are completely enclosed within lower part of bag, view (even from deck) being -through windows. Most cabins accomodaie four persons. A .-•', seats" 35, be'ingTdesififieii. to'serve'all' passengers at two sitting's as on ocean liners. All cooking done by electricity and full-course dinners MOTIVE POWER—Three hang- Ing gondolas, each containing two 600-horsepower Rolls-Royce condor petrol engines. Propellers are reversible, and thus ship can move (swiftly astern. All motors aft. of passenger cabins, therbey ellminai-' ing noise. Can develop 4200 horsepower. SIZE—Slightly shorter "but bigger in : girth than Graf Zeppelin, having capacity of 5,000.000 cubic feet of gas to Graf's 3,100,000. Total lengtjri.,109. feet, rtlnmejer ISStf^/. StDod on end,- tfie airship' would tower 154 feet lilgher than the Washington Monument. It -lacks a few feet of-being as long as its sister ship, the'British R-101, but Is bigger around. SPEED — Seventyone miles an hour when fully loaded, with maximum 'of. 30 miles an hour. Can cruise 3500 miles without'refueling when • fully loaded. Scheduled to cut steamship time across Atlantic by half. COMMANDER AND CREW — Commander is R. S.. Bc-oth and: second In command Is Major H. O, Scott, who new the R-34 to Ne' York and back to Scotland In the IIY MAX STUltM licclal Correspondent CARUTHEHSVILLE, Mo. handle the huge crowds expecter. ,.. c to Blither from nil over the province. f'tBenton Ashabranner Sue- ilG . ' • . j tr r r\ first trans-Atlantic dirigible cross-j Climbs ft) Affects of.Par- ing; crew of approximately-30, which i -i ,-;> A:, i- will be changed entirely on this re-' alydC AltaCK. lum trip, a new crew being brought j over from England by steamship. ! MANILA. Ark., July 31— B;ntm< t Ham Hornback killed Elmer most Imuirtnnt case on this week's j [n lnc |, nngftl . itself provisions docket ot Circuit Court—the Horn- ] ., vcrc mad[ , lo t n ke cari , 0 [. the 4-1 back Murder Trial—was given a ; nicn wno nrc sll |ii n g In Britain's chanje of venue and will be prcsld- latest bid for aerial supremacy, cd over bv n different Judge. ; : Protending Attorney HookerUl, an J U L t U stated' flint Judge Will Green of j «nanaon IKHH aOT O West Plains, M->.. hss been called j as an alternative for Judge J. E.I Duncan. Judge Green will have [ around nine or ten rases to try when he arrives. The Hornback cnse scheduled for Wednesday of this week but the change of venue postponed it. • Meanwhile Horntjack Is ftt';llb-. >rlv uhtle-i' S1.5BO bond—and-fiu'iftg n charse of murder In" the -first ! degree. According to officers' Wir- — Boyle. No paisengers were to be carried i Ashabraiiner. 58. died at 2:30 thlsj.., constable of Swlfton, Mo.. In a ! "ol serious. Who Beat Up Deputy TUNICA, Mia., July 31. (UP)— Search for an unidentified. negro who yesterday 'attacked a deputy sheriff when he attempted to.-.ar-' rest hlih ended today after 'coun- j ty officers.' became . .convinced the man :hsd escaped, v . . . : -\. i '•Ttfc'-jifep ?allicked "arKi-'Vbeiil J,. ilnrry' HiiIl,""dep"lit'y r sTiei'in-,''s^risc-'-^ ^; less when the officer attempted to \ handcuff him. Hall's Injuries were ' morning al his home, where he was Is family and by on the maiden voyage from England I morning at his he to Montreal, all space being reserv-' surroundtd by hi ed for operating personnel various ' mRn ? ° ! hls Immediate kin. He haa aeronautical experts and fuel. On ; siiffered a severe stroke of paraly- Ihe return trip, however, 11 is possi-1 sls two months ago that, caused ble that some passengers may be llim to s l )md two wcoks ln tlle fat ' carrle[ j Bernard's hospilal of Joncsboro. LINCOLN, Neb., July 31. (UP) - j m , .,, wn , r Lee Gehlbach of Little Rock, lead- ! DiytheVllle Will Looperate er in the Ail-American Air Derby. ' '•"•• • " • "•• • was the first pilot to lake off from here this morning as the flyers resumed the flight back to Detroit. The Gehlbach hopped off at 9:01 in. for Chicago, the next overnight slop before the derby entrants end - the race at Detroit Friday, distance from Lincoln to C Is 543 miles. Forrest City Exoects Meeting Cherokee Action T. A. Lvnnes. mayor of Wynne and John Daggctt. attorney for the city of Marianna. arc to confer with attorneys at Little Rock today relative to the filing of a cross complaint by six Arkansas towns and ; cities including Blytheville, in the ! suit brought against the municipal- 10,000 at Peach Festival, !^ scobmp ^, Cherokee Pub!ic Serv " FORREST CITY. Ark., July 31 I At a conference of representatives (UP)-Homage to the peach will i ct the six municipalities at Wynne be paid by nearly 10 000 persons Wednesday an agreement was vir- here tonight at the annual peach festival. The festival originated tually reached to file the cross complaint and employ resident conn- after the development of peach j sel 3t Litlle Rock 1° P ush the case growing as a principal source of | Tlle Cherokee company in a suit income in this .section. Hartford Mayoral Race ' in Putaski county chancery court : filed recently, seeks to compel the 1 Mississippi River Fuel corporator ; to supply it with gas and also to Tie' Must Vote Again i ™p°ln the Arkansas municipalities ' ; from cancelling franchises grant HARTFORD. Ark.. July 31. (OP) \ eti the C"erokce concern. —Hartford has plenty of mayors a: j „ ' the present, or rather it has one i Son of former Local too many. Circuit Judge Sam Wood : of Fort Smith ruled here that the : recent election for mayor had n- in a tie and that a special I First Open Cotton Brought to Manila MANILA, Ark.. July 31'.—The first open bolls of cotton were brought into town yesterday by A. L. Crafton. They were plucked on the placs of Jack Graf- Ion, who lives five miles south of town. Mr. Crafton pointed out to observers that the bolls were somewhat premature in their opening, a result of the lonj diouth and the excessive heat. He predicted ihat cotton \\r,uld be ginned here by August 20. but that the crop would fall far short of expectations. Stephen Beck Escapes People Dies at Flint Rayford Y. Minner, six-year-old son of Mr. ant! Mrs. Clarence Min| ner who formerly lived here and <»ction would be necessary. Nitrn RnmK«i DUrnvprprl u ' ho nmv reside at mtro oomos uiscoverea , dled at the Hurley nospitfll there in Brooklyn Chinatown: Sunday. I Jifr. Minner, who was employed NEW YORK, July 31. (OP)—Nine- • by '"« Frteo railroad, now lives at bombs containing enough nttro-1 103 James street. glycerine to blow up a city block i were found by police in a roomln? i William Richardson house in the Brooklyn Chinese • n • • D i quarter today and seven Chines?, j Petitions Bankruptcy believed to be connected with z', long war trial had blazed out In Tsrhudv Cnmoany looses 5,000.000 Fee! of Lumber Valued at $150.000 ^MARKED TRF.F.. Ark.—Aoprox- imn'ely fiv" million feet of lumber in the yards of the Tschndv Lumber comrany. valued at S150.000 was dcstrcvrd by fire of an' undetermined origin here late yesterday. AI] the lumber niM in the immense vard of the Tschndv com- nany with the exception of a few thourand feet on warons was destroyed. The large band mill and eommissarv were saved as were all ellinz houses and the hotel on the west side of the railroad tracks. Several mill workers' houses were destroved. President Completely Under Sway of Industrialists ; Says Caraway. JONESBORO, Ark., July 31. (UP) —Industrialists are exploiting the nation because of their influence over President Hoover, U. S. Senator T. H. Caraway of Arkansas. Democrat, declared in a statement here. "No one has so completely yielded himself to the influence of industrialists as Mr. Hoover," Caraway said. "They have made him believe that prosperity will result if they are given power u/ .^5- lation to exploit the American pso- ple. "Because of this condition after the election Mr. Hoovpr decided nil the farmers needed was advice and he and his board have, proceeded to give it to them. To the Industrialists he has not given advice but by means of a tariff bill prohibitive to foreign trade between this and foreign countries he hr r given them the power to explo:t the nation. Yesterday while In Blyllievllle on court business, he suffered Ills second stroke, and had to be brought , . i home by one his deputy sheriff From Louisiana Prison ' friends. Eddie D. David. ] Benton Ashabranner was born on BATON rtOUGF,. La., July 31. a farm near Manila, and spjnt a!l (UP)—Stephen Ueck, considered as:of his life in this vicinity. His fa- one of the most desperate charac- I ther and grandfather before him ters ever to have served lime at lhe were the earliest settlors that lived Angoulia state prison, was still at i" Big liberty today following his escape I a hunt _- ~ ... from the prison late yesterday. i he and his family lived for a' mini- refuge behind a tree nearby. Horn-1 Snowden announced Ten packs of bloodhounds and ' ber of years. During his life he was backfired two thots at Boyle, then] ratification would -be drunken fury on June 23 of lust | yenr - i fired al (hem while they were work-' Boyle deputized Iwo men, Thorn- ( tnt;ir wnv through underbrush as Pruetl anil Daniel Tioyd, to nc- j llcar ^ lc nc g ro . s f nr m. They :;ur- ccmpany liim to Ulack Island lo : r0 undcd the S|»t but made no cuii : coniliict a search for a still. Ar- j lm( , ^he' negro had been accused riving on lhe Island they were or-j of bi; t 11B a thicken tiitcf. -• ••- fcred a drink of whisky by Horn-1 back who lived there. In lhe pre- l QR fa n fj ava j T reaty : Signed by King George LONDON, July 31. "(UP)—King . George has signed the London; m- . Hornback ran Into his house and! va i treaty ratification, the house.of tliat the three men took the drink, then tried to make off with a live- gallon cask of whisky manufactured by Ilornbark. procured , n«.- ^...^ o .................... shot win and returned I commons wa s informed by Phillip Jig Lake township. He owned ] with it t"> shoot the officers. I'rii- \ snowden. chancellor of the exche- .mdred acres of land on which ett nnd Doyd fled, but Boyle tookjrmer. today. more than 500 men searched the '; v ero>- active In civic affairs. Kc serv- 22.000 acre penal farm and the ad- ed several terms as town alderman jacent lowlands while another him- j rnd ac a member of trie Kchcsl dred guarded highways today in an board. He is a member of Ihc local effort to apprehend ths escaped ! orders of Masons and Oddfellows that., the deposited •tubbed him to death with the bar- simultaneously with the ratlfieaUon prisoner. ; He attended the M»so:i:: banqu:: Beck promised prison authorities ! »t Leachville TueMlay night, and som weeks ago that he would at- i sppenred to be In the upsl of hea.th. tempt to escape alone because "too ! He is a member of the First Me h- tempt to escape many people cross a fellow up." odist church and has brcn on lhe . board of stewards until recently. ! His death Is mourned by his wid- ' ow. Mrs. Ida, by his brother. Henry, his sister. Mrs. Jim Hutton. by Ins live daughters. Mrs. Epter U.i- ! vis, Mrs. Bud Brown. De'.roit, Mich.. • Mrr.. Barney Threlkeki. and tr-.e j Mis.ses Ha«l and Alma, and by IIIF four sons, Clarence. Bert. Joe. nnd ; noy. I According to announcements, hr | According to aiiiionncemei K - (J • • M Q reans j the stale department today. Virlim nf Slavp Mill Arvi : f«»«al will be heUl .M tne Metho I- UrOWlHg in «CW Urieans | Camcron , Lawence. Victim pt3la\e IVlllI ACCI'-isi church Friday n;. 230 n. i L, now the only American rcl of. lhe shotgun. H was reveal- of the treaty by the dominions, ed at the Ino.uc.st that Boyle would j the United States and Japan.- not have died from the gun sliotj The United States senate prev- K-otimls, but died from tlie injuries tonsly ratified lhe pae!. and only Inflicted in the beating. The depu-, l\'.i ratification of Japan remains, tics returned to Caruthcrsvilie ami The treaty hns been submit ted; ; by «ot Deputy Sheriff Jess Johnson [the emperor to lhe Japanese, privy who returned with them to the ccuncll for action, scene nf the tragedy nnd arrested Hornback who was asleep on the levee near his home. " D J D'JJ "f"i JuMlce of the Peace J. A. John-1 10 KeQ-Kldaen Vilty Only One American son of Hayti gave the case preliminary hearing on June 2fl last year, but bound Hornback over to Circuit Court. Find Mexican Dope Weed WASHINGTON, July 31. (UP) — All Americans except one 'in Changsha. now overriden by communist force. 1 ;, have been evacuated to places of safety, Counsel Richard Dutrick, Hankow, advised 8te rlpnt Filp^ Suit ir>v Dim i 11 "'- E - G - ^c D ™ nlcl "' n <- in " ll » rl 1 NEW ORLEANS. July si. IUPI- aent rllCS Jllll IO1 uam- \ U)c scrv , cc ,. Police viewed today the largest sin- ages. ( Suit has been filed in circuit; Cotton Leaf V/Orm MaKCS Appearance Near Dell New York's Chinatown last night, were arrested. . - ,. Automobile IfJll.J Allied William Richardson, 21st street storekeeper, has filed a voluntary : bankruptcy petition with Referee I Fred Mullinlx at Jonesboro. ! Liabilities were listed at S5.900.97 j and assets at So.940.40, J. Q. Lane i of Jonesboro was named receiver tor the defunct store. ASHEVILLE, N. C., July 31. (UP) ' —Four persons were killed and five] MEMPHIS, July 31. (UP)—J L injured when R sightseeing auto-! Scott, 69. mayor of Forrest City, mobile collided head-on with a ] Ark., died at the Baptist hospital small motor truck near Weave- from heart trouble at noon today, vine today. ! He was brought here June 18. 49 Boys Taking Edison's ' Scholarship Test Today j court here by Clarence Curtrlght against the Manila Stave company for $20,000 damages as the result of an accident alleged to have occur-! Tlle coUo " '™ f *'?""' red In June, 1930. ! damaged a numlier o. N.I' which of Marijuana ever madej .. Jrlcanr. \ "" Kans. now the only American in the, swept city. Wjlliam tingle, iry, .N. Y.. repo'rted In press as still in the city, was bv Dulrick to have left for The dope weed was found "row- i . "•' ,",„,„ Ing at the home of Walter Wllkw, i n P lncc cf 51lfety ' 50. in the heart of the city. Police who found the crop hnd been tip- No Indictments WEST ORANGE. N. J.. July 31. Curtright's complaint states that ', he suffered injuries to both legs i county cotton crops last yrnr. ped that .Marijuana was bein? j grown there. ! The haul was estimated to ba Police Court "Shorty" 'UP)—Today was an all-importan'. i one in the lives of 49 AmirlcP.ii boys who gathered here as guests of Thomas A. Edison. They weri 1 to be tested to determine which was to get the four-year scholarship offered by the noted inventor. Bearing In mind lhe admonitions of Henry Ford and Dr. Lewis Perry, chairman of the contest committee, they prepared lo spend Wac Nn* I oral Rarknr hours over tne 11sl ot Questions pre was not Local BarDeri pared by Ed|son Due to the possibility of a misunderstanding resulting from the similarity of names the Courier News states that a "Shorty" Bratcher and his wife referred to In police court columns of yesterday's edition are not to be confused with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bratcher. The latter who is a local barber, is also known by the name of "shorty." Services Held Yesterday for Mrs. Mary Hodge, 87' Funeral services were held yesterday at Newport, Tenn., for Mrs. Mary Hodge, 87, grandmother of E. M. Holt and C. B. Holt of this city. Mrs. Hodge succumbed Monday at her home at Newport. Charges by Brundidge : found irTth" vi'c!'iW"'c>'f 'We'll' and I worth bctween"$35.'oOo"nnd $50.000 j CHICAGO, July 31. '(UP)-In its '•Little River "todav by J E- Critz.! The plants occupied an cn'.ire rear j report on the Alfred J. Llnglc-. which was being load-; nrrr j c(1 !t ur; u o°ent i garden and waved 16 feet high In j murder, and subsequent charges ot ack fell on him when a j T j.. number°is sufficient to dam- j the air over a fence where lum- i racketeering by certain otl^r Chi- hain, being used to hoist the : a ~ e 'the C ro»' and Mr C-itz is is- dreds of persons passed daily. t cago newspaper men, the Cook the truck broke. He alleges I s u| nK warnings to' n'.'i farmers to [ _ I county grand jury gave credence negligent j investigate, especially their young- j Blame Husband's BlflWS ccldent. I est cotton. This is fsitf to bo the that the company was and responsible for the accident. ! jst , -J. T. Crston. Osceola attorney, I first found in the noitliern part of • the county and is several weeks j earlier than found last season. . Calcium arjenate should be used. • between six and ci?lit pounds per ! acre, for destroying tiie errcn. more to some of the charges of Harry K. 1 represents the plaintiff. Brother-in-Law of W M M V • TV i acre, for flestroyinst tncurrcii. ui'ue . m. InCtVenZie UlCS i than *n Inch Ions;, worm* which - ' eat the leaves and bciK For Death of Woman j declined to Indict any of tl« men on tlm grounds the charges had MEMPHIS, Tenn.. July 31. (UP) ' n ° Tl been substantiated. -Detectives today continued their! }" cpnclurttns its report the jury questioning of J. H. Russell. 3«. held j i ' Iiavr rcaso " t0 ' In the city Jail hore on orders of W. M. McKcnzle was called to '•. St. Louis last night by the death of '• ., his brotl»er-in-|aw, Mike Plannl-1 Mrs. Gooch gan, who died late yesterday. The , remains are being sent to Paragould today where funeral services are to be conducted tomorrow. j Mrs. Bernard Gooch cf this citv. Mr. and Mrs. McKcnzle and i has been reappointed levee tax col- sons, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard , lector for the St. Francis Levee and son. Jot. will atend the fu- I board, according to announcement neral. Mrs. Evrard l> also a sister made by that group. She has held Coroner Charles W. Miller j ing the death of Russell's wife, seven years his Junior. her mother. Mrs. W. D. Sander it had every reason to ive that the! Llngle m:irder would solv.sd and i citizens cf Chicago to |in every way with those conduct' Ing an extensive investigation of i the case. i T ' "r«lU/.>nv I s011 )lere lat<! yesterday. An »utop- Levee Tax Collector | sy wltl bc ma>de loda >. MeM ^ cs ' of Mrs, Flannlgan, j this position several yoars. WEATHER have been questioning the man re- ARKANSAS- Partly cloudv la garding a beating he Is allege-.! t I c | olM j y n-ith trmndershowers this nave inflicted upon his wife and gf| ern0 on or tonight; Friday partly which Is thought lo have causei 1 1 c i ou dy. her death. The dead woman was the mother of five children, the youngest cishl months old. It was 99 degrees here yesterday- with a minimum of 74 degrees.
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