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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1930
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Served by the United Press BKTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER fl» Hnn-rnvia'p IKV.KM. .„ ..,„ ammin.. t~« . » • * * **~ THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER op NORTHEABT ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXVII—NO. 222 ' Herald,' Mississippi Valley Leader. BLYTIIEVILLK, ARKANSAS. WHDN'KSDAY, DECEMIWK 3, 191)0 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENlg STEELE PLANTER SLAIN AT NEW MADRID] FflliPEKETIE As 71st Congress Convened For Final Session ( I Icover's $4,000,000,000, Program Presented in ..' Message Today, ••,) .\ By CECIL OWEN United I'reas 'Staff Correspondent . . WASHINGTON,, Dec":' 3. (UP) — ; President Hoover. • transmitted to . congress'todayj a record, peace bud' get of nearly M,OOQ.Oqfl,o6o for the 1932 fiscal year; arid 'recommended against continuing the one'per cent • tax cut. effective .'this- year. Appropriations for the'1932 fiscal year which begins next 'July 1 were placed .at 83,932.842.411 ' which is $221,000,000 more than current ex.' pehditures' in [this fiscaKyear... Principal Kerns in the increase included'$100.000,000 additional for the federal farm board, $110,000.000 increase for war veterans. $51.000.- OC-0 for new roads, and $35,rjilO,000 for the U. S. shipping board. . Expenditures of the federal government in the 1932 fiscal year were estimated at $4,054,519,200 and receipts were placed at $4,085.119.927. Appropriations are less than estimated expenditures because the 'government will have available several continuing funds for which ho new appropriations. are necessary. Deficit Indicated For the current fiscal year which ends June 30, the president estimated the government will have a deficit of $180.000,000 as a result of reduced receipts due to business depression and added expehse to relieve unemployment and aid veterans. Looking to. the 1932 fiscal year, the'president estimated the govern.. ment' would end its fiscal year June 30,. 1932, with the slim surplus of $30,600.000. He warned that this .margin may. be easily reduced fay' emergency government expenditure^ "Triis is not a time when we can afford to embark upon any new or enlarged ventures of government" Mr. Hoover said. "It will tax our every resource to expand in directions providing employment In the next few months upon already authorized projects. "I realize that, naturally, there will be before the congressUhis session many legislative matters involving additions to our estimated expenditures for 1932 and the plea of unemployment will be advanced as reasons for many new ventures but no reasonable view of the out- -. look warrants such pleas as apply I cat to expenditures in the 1932 budget Bn With a multitude ol knotty legislative problems confronting tliem. members of the House of Representatives are pictured above at the opening of the final three-month session of the Seventy-first Congress. They are shown standing solemnly dining the invocation. Speaker Nicholas Longwo'rth may be seen presiding . from the -rostrum, beneath the flag. Congressmen and gallery spectators were unaware of a cla-h between Washington police and 500 riding Communist demonstrators which occurred outside the' capltol building while me legislators were meeting. | LEARN FACTS ON Senator and Running Mate Spent $641,274, Nye Committee Informed. WASHINGTON, Dec. 3 (UP) — Unemployment and 'drouth relwf Muscle Shoals legislation and the Nye committee's) renewed investigation Into the primary c«mpaiih':-«x^ pendltures of Senator ;.-Janies'-J. Davit Republican, Peun* .— budge 1 .. hnve full faith that In actine. upon these matters the congress c'upled the attention of congreis'to- day ar the first important committee tearing of the short session • began. ........ Simultaneously, the hou* received President Hoover's budget mc^sage calling for . a record peace time expenditure of nearly four bill ion. dollars during the 1932 fiscal .'year and. recommending, discontinuance of. the one percent tax reduction effsctive • this year. The renewing. iU : Davis Incmlry the senate campaign funds • Committee, headed 1 by Chairman "Nye, revealed it .toad 'learned that at least $641,274'had been spent Jointly in the Pennsylvania primary ampaign of Davis and Francis S. irown, unsuccessful candidate for governor.; The committee; however, failed to .bring ru just what 1 por-- will give due consideration to°our[ iion .of -this was expended, for financial outlook. I am satisfied I Davis, who was swmrn ia as a Wn- that in the absence of further leg- } ator yesterday over the objection islatlon imposing any. considerable burden upon our 1932 finances we can close that year with a balance'! ' budget. Tax Musi 'Go Back Up the committee. William R. Douglas, Pennsylvania, collector of contributions for the 1 Davis-Brown organization, told the ' committee today it would be dif- j ticult to determine wjiat tunas were "When we stop to consider that i used in behalf of Davis. we are progressively amortizing our public debt, and that a balanced budget Is being presented for 1932. even after drastic writing -down of expected revenue, I believe it will be agreed that our gov- I eminent finances are in sound condition." Legion Votes $250 For :"•••'• Relief of Destitute • A. contribution of $250 for the purchase: of food arid other necessities of life for destitute'families In Blythevllle and Mississippi county was voted, by Dud Cason post, American .Legion, at a meeting last night following a' post supper" at the city hall. Expenditure of the money will be In the hands of a committee named by E. A. Rice/commander, and directed to cooperate wit hthe Red Cross.- •..':• , ' . • The supper,; to preparation for which .Commander Rice, Scott Harris and Bill .McCaugnn of Ma-'. :nlla made' a. su'cctssJul dude h'Tf Ing expedition,,-to DeQueen sorte : time ago, was attended by about sixty, .including members of the post with attendance records of 50 per cent 'or better. and a few guests. District Commander Pratt of Jonesboro spoke briefly, Eric Rogers of Jonesboro was. another guest. Testifies to Utility • Propaganda Activities WASHINGTON, Dec. 3. The federal trade commission's in.-._ „ ,, , . _ On the subject of taxes, Mr. Hoo- vestfgation of electric utilities com, yer saiu he wishes it were possible j panics was switched temporarily P., to con.imie the one per cent cut today from the inquiry into flnanc- Himters Discover E o d y "Near Pecan "Lake •'' Club, South of Stuttgart. STUTTGART, Ark., Dec. 3. (UP) —Joseph Rosseau, 35. deputy game warden and caretaker at the Pecan Lake hunting club, 26 miles southeast of here, was found by a-party of Pine Bluff hunters shot to death early today. •, The body was located one mile I from tho club house. Rousseau apparently had been shot without warning by his assailant who escaped. The caretaker left the hunting lodge early last night for a visit in a neighboring ssctlcn and when he did not return a search was started. autliomed by congress last winter oMnxcs paid in 1932. "1 regret," he added, "that the present outlook for heavy decrease in probable income and the necessity to incrense public works and am to employment does not war- ing matters to a study of propaganda charges. L. K. Starr, former public rela- [ lions director of the Georgia Pow- i er company, told the commission he had been in close contact with newspapermen and had prepared rint ti -_-..~.. v ««wo i lul . Hm- iiewbirapeiiiiL'ii sinu u.iu prepared rtiirtlm, i C ,l ntilluallon ° r tne re -jnews releases co.icerning the pow- I t n , ° F resent time " " company's bids for Muscle » t n , the tax slash, which reduced shoals riimcnt revenues by $160,000- ' Wcre c °n«nuf«J. a deficit for the federal government here ol $1,500 before banking hours Bank at Bioomfield, Mo., Closed Doors Yesterday BLOOMFIELD. Mo.—The Bloomfield Bank and Trust company of this city, recognired as cue of the strongest banking institutions in i' '.itheast Missouri, closed its doors by order of the board of directors at noon yesterday. ' NC- reason for the action was «iv- Since transmission of the 1931 ° In Ihat- ** Bank employes and two customers were tied up on the floor by the robbers. More than »5,000 In the bank's vault was overlooked by the robbers. Coal Miners to Attend Funeral of Mother Jones MOUNT OLIVE. 111.. Dec. 3. (UP) —Hundreds of coal miners from „ i various points of Illinois, will be in ' alicndcnce at the funeral services ARREST If Jim Bowman Held After Stolen, Safe Is Dicovered On Island 37. [ OSCEOLA, Ark.-^Jim :Bo»man of Island 37 is in jail here ahtl^of- flcers expect to make other arrests today In connection witlvthe thett of two safes in Joiner last week. The. safe taken from the store ol 8. S. Sallba a week, ago TuesdJfy. night r«s' found near' Bowman's home and other evidence oh the Island, according to officers, led to his arrest. The money was gone; but other valuable papers of Saliba's in the safe were recovered. •'•' . Officers have found ho trace of the .safe containing. $1100 which was taken from the i. G. A. Store At.Joiner on the preceeding Sun; day night, but working ori the theory ,thaf..both safes, were stolen by the same; parties, : they. have clues which'will Iea4 .'to the.j.arrest.'. of seyera? '.accomplices ,of Bowman's, they say.. Both safes-were-taken bodily from, the respective stores in Joiner. . ' '. Another. possible angle to the case developed here today when an unidentified negro presented a sack of paper, money cut and torn to bits at the Bank of Osceola to see II It could be redeemed with good money. Officials of Ihe bank gave the negro a receipt for the money and agreed to send It to the treasury department to see if it could be replaced with good currency. The negro left without leaving his name. Later, it is understood, the pieces of money were identified by interested parties as part of the contents of one oC the safes stolen at Joiner. New York to Memphis -- Flyer Due Tomorrow •'MEMPHIS; jDec. 3. .(UP)—Delegates of the asphalt paving conference being held her? will recess this afternoon in order to welcome Oapt. Frank Hawks, who is enroute here on a non-stop flight from. New York city. The trans-continental record pi- tot will be a speaker before the conference tomorrow. / MEMPHIS, Tenn.—Ivy Jones. 43. listed iu police records here on several occasions, was held today, being suspocted of taking part in two robberies at Joiner, Ark., in which $1,900 and a $1.000 Liberty bon-J are reputed to have been stolen. Police said Jones had denied any connection with the robberies and is fighting extradition to Arkansas. Build Modern School Building at 40 and 8 Work Is under way on a modern, brick-veneer school building at 'Forty and Eight, and it Is being en out, but it was understood that ' vii, , ,, there had tr/>en heavy withdrawal-; P" she<) '° completio or deposits in tne past few days. The Bioomfield Bank and Trust company way the product of a merger of the Blo'.mfield bank and the Blcomfield Trust company, effected In 1927. Following the consolidation the institution was capitalized at $100,000. Verner Moran was cashier of the bank and Harry Harty president. Both were heavy stockholders. " «« ,„, n as rapidly as *'» WEATHER «mi ARKANSAS—Unsettled with occasional rains in the east portion. Colder In Ihe northeast portion tonight. Thursday partly cloudy and c-lder. Ac-euruing to the official weather the^s^r^^ •n^he'S 0 ^^ *-«•««•. Is partial* rnet by'theTp-1 to «* held here ! plication of $185,000,000 °f'Interest ! "M«h«r" Jon ". -- ....... payments on the foreign debt la ! Deader who died at Silver Springs was 36 degrees and the maximum "':rl,5 X ; pJn .' tit " res <»><> °y ar- : " J ~"' J - " J ~ "~ ^ " ' te held here Monday for Miry observer, Charles Phillips, the nun- v * teran '&bor Imum temperature here yesterday cf t hc federal farm bonrd by which they reduced their (Continued oh Page Thr«t) Md., Sunday. 47 degrees; clear. On the same day '.Notices of the funeral are In the R year airo the minimum tempera- mail, today, addressed to all union lure .was 4 and the maximum 33 'men Hi th« tt*U, , with one and » half Inches of snow. "* old which had outlived its usefulness. The new school will have two classrooms, and it Is understood that it will be fully up to 'modern standard* in rural school design and construction. The East Arkansas Lumber company of Blytheville has the contract. A day or two ago patrons of the school, to help keep the cost within the money available, volunteered labor and teams to move brick and other materials from the railroad at Armorel the school site. to Railroads Would Meet Truck Rates on Cotto i WASHINGTON, Dec. 3. (UP> — Thc southwestern railroads today asXed the Interstate Commerce commission to permit them to reduce freight rates on cotton below lhc«c recently prescribed by the commission, to enable them to meet comiKtltion from motor trucks. Seventeen Democrats Bolted Leader's Order to Sup r port Pennsylvania!!. WASHINGTON. Dec. 3 (UP) - Hepiibllcnnn smiled today and .wills- nered their explanation of wh> Minority Leader Robinson aligned ils Democratic tvooja to help 'the idininlslrntlmi seat James J. Dnv- s In the senate. .' ' Meamvhlte Chairman Nye of the icnnte campaign funds •'committee rnclerlMd the senate's action a? aii Insult to his committee xnd made It known the Davis case was r.ot closed. Two witnesses will "testify todaj regarding Davis* expenditures 'and Nye has arranged In hear the testimony of Samuel Vaucluin, chair innn of the Davis-Drown commit- Ire l<ut spring' In New York tomorrow. Today's witnesses were O. F Weaver, Philadelphia lawyer, and W. R. Douglas, assistant to Van claln. FolIow«I lijr Only 20 Obstacles to the seating of Davis yesterday disappeared when Rob' Inson and his Democrats assisted Majority Leader Watson and htr Republicans. But us the regular gave their version today of Bjobin lion's motive they noted, too, tha 17 Democrats refused to follow their leader despite the unanimous mandate of the Democratic steer ing commltee that Davis should come In. IN MCI Fort . Smith Offender Brought to Penitentiary Under Heavy Guard. MTTLE-ROCK, Dec.' 3 (UPj — Delmar Richardson, 23, negro,'who was given a 21 year sentence upon confessing that he attacked n wfilte woman 1 at Port. Smith, was admitted to the state penitentiary late yeserdny. He was brought here by Sheriff John B. Williams of Sebartian Williams stated Ihat feeling agalnil ccunty under heavy guard. Slieriff the riegro at Fort Smith was high maklnj It iwccssary to bring him to the state prison yesterday. Befcro pleading guilty he .was Identified by tw& white women and a girl. Garland Jury Indicts Youth on Murder Charge TIOT SPRINGS. Dec. 3. (UP)— The Garland county grand jury indicted five persons today and released another who was being helc pending investigation by the jury Thro. Keague, a Hot Springs youlh. was charged with mnn- slauehter In connection with the has been talk of Demo cratlc dissatisfaction ' with Robin son's leiderrlilp. If the Davis vote had -been on a major legislative- is sue there might j today be-pre^lc tlons .that Robinson .soon ."• Woiil( fall, 'as cnly 20 democrats followed orders to support Davis.-, -.v • • S«y« Democrats -Afraid ' The Republican explanation o Robinson's' action 'was that south e'rn Democrats 'have begun to. fea the senatc'bar mny some 'day b dropped against one of their own party. Regular Republicans, gall. asserted. 'but not for quotation, tha the Democrats had revera?d them iclves. , . , ; Citing' Democratic opposition 'to William's.' Varo of • Pennsylvania and -Prank L. Smith of : Illinois .democrats denied and reversal anc Inslted tba Davis cnse Is manifestly 'different. ••.••• .. • 'l\i; resentment of Nye's commit teemen toward their Republican colleague, Senator Patterson, wh voted against the committee t seat Davis, was also discussed- Continue El't'oit ,. to Reopen Bank f Closed Monday Ely-Walker Shirt Factor) and Hemohill Company Resume Operations. KENNETT. Mo.. Dec. 3.—A wave of industrial optimism began surging over the Dunklln county seit this week with the opening of l«-> Howe Campbell, Lloyd Wllso naud Lear Fruchtcl were charged with burglary. L. M. Belser. Former Resident Here, Dies Word has teen received here of the death of L. M. Beker. formerly of here", and now of Dermott. who died there Friday, following a long Illness. ' Mr. and Mrs. Beisrr owned and operated a hole lliere for five years about 20 years ago. American Woman Held as Anti-Fascist Plotter ROMK, Dec. 3. (UP)—Discovery of an extensive plot against the Fascist regime with numerous ar- rents was announced by officials today. Those arrested include an Amer- of the much discussed economic depression. Men and women, idle for several weeks, were placed In employment yesterday with the opening of the Ely-Walker slilrt factory. The plant has bcm cloj=(l for several weeks for annual Inventory and repairs and i! ha:l been rumored that reopening would not occur until the passage of the present period of depression. The Hemphill Manufacturing comoany, employing about thirty hands in the manufacture of crates and boxes, also opened full blast nnd. according (o OcrtT Hemo- hill. manager of t!ie rniu-crn. will continue to operate v.-it^oti: interruption throughout l!:e remaining season. The factory h^d bf>n cbs- ed for almost a year had not o««n expected to Vc-o?cn until lale spring. The_ent!re payroll tor the two concerns will approximate thr?' thousand dollars weekly. Tolal number of cmploves will be about 300. . ' lean woman. Mrs. D. E. Basis. 62, | n ti n e n • i a widow, who formerly was Miss &m IMenSfi Claimed Lillian Bornan. .Conferences nml negotiations vhlch it it hoped. will lend to the c-establishmenl of tlie First Na- lonal bank of Blylheville. which ailed to open for business Monday nornliig, continued, behind, closed loors on tho second floor of the bank building today and at 3 o'clock this iiftemcon were still Incomplete. Humors wore current In town that u definite announcement would be forthcoming before but at 3 p. m, no member of "the Bnurd of directors or other peram In a position to speak with authority hud made any statement. William R. Young the bank examiner In charge of Che institution, and representative of Memphis and. St. Louis banks, as well as directors and stockholders in the First National, are participating In Ihe conferences. It Is known that many of those whose nctcs thc bank holds have agreed to pay thsm and' confidence flT LKLT- the siiccesii cf the program, to in reopen the bai"' Lv such that there have been numerous prcdlhtlons' that II will be dclng business again within a few days, but no definite or official statement lius been forthcoming. DISTRICT 17 TAX EUTfipJE Rate of 4 1 /^ Per Cent Will Be Effective for Next ,. Year. A reduction • from 7 per cent to per cent In the tax rate of In announcing which Is' effective Hot Springs Bookmaking Houses Ordered Closed HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. Dee. 3. (UP>—An order to close all race bookm&klng establishments In Hot Springs has been IssuM by Judge John Earl Witt. Three such concerns are known to operate here. . District ,N 17, \Mfr, t for whteh'was held' out time time ago by Clifton H. Scott, receiver, was definitely announced by Mr. Scott yesterday.' The order for the reduced rate, approved by Federal Judge John E. Martlrieau and -a greed to by the Investment house* which handled the district's bonds, has been signed by^County Judge George Barham. the. reduction, on District 17 taxes payable prior to April 10, 1031, Mr. Scott pointed out that it was purely an emergency measure, taken to help relieve the situation created by 'drouth and depression, and that no prospect for continuance of the lower rate after 1931 could be held out. The 4K per cent rale will not produce sufficient revenue to pay the Interest on the district's indebtedness, to say nothing of retirement of principal. Mr. Scott returned to Little Rock yesterday after spending several days here on district affairs He visited the Big Luke levee project where good progress Is being made In strengthening and increasing the height of the levee, in anticipation of possible high water next spring. Barring unexpectedly unfavorable weather the levee, which extends Victim Be.lieved to Have \ Killed Self After Acci- j dentally Wounding Wife. ; A double shooting last nigiit at an Isolated hunting compels miles north of New Madrid cost i the lite of ^Charles' J. Johnson, ,51, • i wealthy planter of' Steele.'', Mo!, •; and sent his wife to a '.Memphis .,' hospital with'a bullet.:, wound.: in ! her breast-that may-prove fatal;: •.' There were 'no witnesses to''the >i tragedy, but Mrs. Johnson, Vat..a '-;| hastily arranged coroner's.: Inquest - :r| early this morning testified that : : | her husband shot her, iri her ppio- ..^\ Ion accidentally, arid/lhat when' he "-,,; saw what he had done he turned ;.f\ the revolver upon himself.;, : The ' : [ time of the shooting has not been fixed but'It Is believed to have been shortly after 10 P. M.' -. .'-' There remain certain elements'of mystery In thc case, and further Investigation Is probable. Both Wounds Fatal .' : Mrs. Johnson was wounded In the Jett breast, so seriously that 'he* recovery Is doubtful. Johnson was shot' twice, "once in the; back at. , the neck and once in the'temple. .' Either >'0und, it is said,! would have caused death,.and '& physician who examined the body expressed doubt if Johnson, Slaving Inflicted one wound, could have fired the shot, that caused the other. •' The Johnsons had been a^ the hunting camp, eight miles from tlje nearest telephone, for two weeks. With them at the time of the trag- - edy was I. H. .Severn, also of Steele. ••Severn.said he was asleep at the time and 'did not hear'the shots, .but .that • he_. was awakened by, jjlrir^.^fgiQti's^tcreams•{ .ta&^ ^ T-em'tc sinnnion helpr"'" : --'- : -"*'"'•-'• Wife Tells S(«7 ' "' ; ; . .At the Inouesf, held at New. Madrid at 3 o'clock 'this ,morninir '.by . S. H. Holmnn or.Portax«ille, county coroner, who was summoned by New Madrid officials, Mrs. Johnson testified that her husband was handling a revolver, and pointed It at her, saving In what'she. took to be a Joking way, "Are you ready'to go?". The shot,followed, she said, and Johnson, seeing what he had done, then turned the gun upon' himself. ,"...'•' Thc verdict of the coroner's .'jury was that'Johrison died of sclf-in: illcled wounds. In'' corroboration of the story told by, Mrs. Johnsojl it wn's brought out that Johnson was left handed. Both of his wounds were on the -left sidc'.'ot the head. The physician who assisted in the Inquest,' while 1 " Bur- - prised that Johnson should have been able to fire again after inflicting one of the Vounds, agreed that there was no other explanation of the shots. ; " v " Evidence was .'given thnt"tlft ' Johnsons had been drlnkinp prior to me tragedy, according to Coron? er Holman, but there was nothing to indicate a quarrel between, them, and the jury was satisfied that from Highway 18 to the M svmri Jonrsan state line along the east side of Bir "T,™ will be completed in between two and three months. Gin Office Is Damaged By Fire This Afternoon Johnson killed himself, in .remorse at. the accidental B '5!of Following the Inquest Mrs. Johnson was taken to Steele in an automobile nnd there transferred to a German Undertaking company ambulance for the trip to Memphis. Thc body of the dead man was removed to Caruthersville this The office and sample room at the Ixe-Coopcdge gin was damaged considerably by fire and smoke of an unknown origin about 2-30 o'clock this afternoon. Cotton samples were burned and office furniture was scorched and morning. No funeral arrangements have been made pending thc outcome of Mrs. Johnson's injuries. At noon today It was feared she was dying. ' • . Inherited Ills Estate Charles Johnson was a brother damaged by fire and water and I of Jcsse Johnson of Caruthersyille, the interior of the small building was scorched and slightly burned. The Blythevllle fire department ansv.ered a call to the scene and in extinguishing the assisted flames. Will Close Revival with Service Tonight \ The evangelistic meeting of the First Christian church in progress for the past ten days will came to a close tonight. The Rev. E. K Lat- Imer. minister, has been in charge of the nightly services which have been well attended. Last night he brought a mcssne on "Pay Day." in Killing at Piggott PIGQOTT, Ark.. IX'C 3 (UP)— R. G. Knuckles, aged farmer, was shot and killed la!e ysWrday f(J- lowtng an alleged qaarr-:! with George Johnson, another farmer., Johnson is held in Jail pendlnjj NEW YORK, Dec. 3 (UP)—John further investlgattai. D - Rockefeller and his son, John Olflcars said las! r.igtit Johns-n I D. Rockefeller, Jr, today 'contrlb- admltted shooting K:!-.ickles and J claimed he acted In ro'.f defense. $1,000,000 Rockefeller Gift for Unemployed , „„. , v . ^ iisxiaj ^UtHiiU- uted $1.000.000 to .the emergency unemployment fund. ' "°''- deputy sheriff of Pcmiscot county, who said that he had no reason to suspect foul pla'y in connection with the tragedy. He intimated, however, that there might bo further investigation. The dead man was one of Pcm- iscot county's leading planters. He lived with Ms family on the old jNewberry Oibsort estate 'on Pemis- cott Bayou, about three ml'.es from Stcele, and operated several hundred acres of farm land. He was reputed to have been wealthy, having inherited the Gibson estate, p estimated at more than $230,COO, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson had only 'one child, a son, Newberry Johnson, 20. of Steele. So far as has been learr.ed Johnson had no tsrlous business or financial difficulties, nor has any evidence been given of domestic trouble between him and his wife. Draws $50 Fine John Bnnrunl!, negr^ «-» ! $50 en a charge of carry^. ccaled weapons by Judge.' Gravel I e In police court iilng.

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