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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 30, 1930
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Served by the United Press BLVTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST AHKANSAS AND SOUTHKAST MISSOURI V01, XXVII—Nn. M2 Blytlicville Courier, Iniythevlllc Dally News. lilythevjlk-jlc-raid. (Mississippi Vullcy Leader. HOME EDITION SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Bui Congressman Says Wait Until December; Letters Conflict. Assurance that the effort to secure a federal poslofficc building for RlythevilJe has his lieur( .support is contained in communications from Congressman W. J. Driver of Osceola to the Blytheville city council and chamber of commerce i:i answer to resolutions by the lo- al bodies asking, the strenuous sup- ort of Driver and Senators Joe T. Robinson and T. 11. Caraway to secure a federal building for this city. However Driver declares in his letters that the December session of Congrss must be awaited in an effort, lo have funds made availa- Newsom Is Second In Air Race CURTIS WRIGHT AIRPORT CHICAGO. Ant'. 3<X (UP)—Today's contests in the national air races were flown under a "low ceiling" and drizzling rain that annoyed aviators and spectators. A tiny white Gypsy Moth atr- plane won the first sp.;cd event while- the crowd awaited the arrival of Wolfgang on Gronau. The winning pilot, was Ben O. Howard, of St. Louis. Second place in the race went to E. Z. Newscm, Jr., of Little Rock in a Commandairc circus plane whose spev.'d averaged 151.85 Shell Take Orders Ski r of Plane Carryini', Fill Pay Load Chooses! Gil Who'll Take Orders, i ipc ill miles per hour. Mrs. Phoebe Omlie, who won the Dixie derby, won today's race lor cabin ships in lic f Warner e-n- gineil inonucoiiiw. Her spa^d for 2H miles was 129.07 miles per hour. The prize was $750. F,. Z. Newsom. Jr., who piloted V J'AU. HAIlltlSON ] )i'EA Si-rvicii Writer t | NEWVORK.--Became there can j be Justine supreme boss of a sue- j cr-Mtul Vans-Atlantic (light, Wil-! liam S.UacLaren clios.e a woman ! lo b III co-pilol on the airplane ' Toyettr they'll attempl lo carry the Vst airijlanc payloads c,u a roiindriii Ilight between New York an) Paris, and MacLarrn i? ccnfidendhat if tlic-ro is any trouble enrovc it isn't going to come ' from a millions crew. ! The "ivw." who is Mrs. Beryl | the Lille Hock plane to second Hart .nfuVs. Bill do the navi»at- , Ing lhal 'the appropriation under which construction is now progressing is only sufficient to cover the preferential list, including places were sites are provided under Ihe Act of 1911." Hope for more Immediate action for a postofficc building here however is held in letters received from Senator Joe T. Robinson and Senator T. If. Caraway, In which they stated that the allocation of funds for buildings Ls in the har.ds of (he Treasury and Postoffice departments and that Blytheville may be included in the present, survey and placement made if. according to Caraway the city can make a showing. I J. Mell Brooks, secretary of the chamber of commerce also has received the following letter from John w. Phillips, fourth assistant IMsimaster general: Mr. J. Mell Brooks Secretary, Chamber of Commerce Blytlieville, Ark. . _Thi! will -acknowledge receipt of your letter. of the 23d instand, transmitting a copy of a resolution passed by your organization re!alive to the erection of a Federal building in Blytheville. At the last session of Congress an additional S115,000,000 was auihor- at Chicago loday Ls ih.? son of Ihe Rev. and Mrs. E. Z- Newsom of Ihe Litilc Rock plane to second rents here several tiiues. Ing and Ihe will spend mosl ol Price of Ginning Reduced to 25 Cents Per 100; Wrapping, Stationary. VIDLEKE FEMED If LIST Police Disperse- An^ry Citizens Son veil in j/ fov Murderer of Baby Girl. SOUTH nKND. Ind., Aim. 30 (UP) -Fear of ilissluli! mob violence to lln- hunted [murderer of ciuhl-ycav- Marbeijmc Appel today led po- paitics. ; Several inspects liirlui slovenly diWil men win colton this week at the rate of twenty five cents per hundred and ginners of the Osceola district agreed to a similar price rate at a meeting of representatives of the Osceola district gins and the committee appointed at..the recent fanners meeting, last night. The ginners declared in favor of maintaining the present charge of St-75 per bale for wrapping instead of the 31.25 charge as recommended by the committee. The schedule agreed upon by the ized for Federal buildings through-1 Osceoia ginners is incJentical wrfh out Hie country. A genera! survey | the price rate being followed by of the building needs of the conn- local ginners with ginners of each her time at the controls, where Bi tells her lo go. ; Far fro^ resenting this assumo- tion of msctiline authorlly. stir , tries to j,inimize her importance \ in the veiiure. "Naturally I jumped al the nance to make this trio." . she said, ft will be an imuorUint | flight antl a valuable cxuerienrc. < But our s'ccess is entirely up to Mr. MacLacti. H- v s the boss." Shis Skilled I Iyer So it \inild aniwar thai Ihe i TradcwimU co-pilol, althounh redheaded, prfty. and agreeablv feminine, is ve-y well discinlincd. This also desoit- l\\* fact that she is one of oily '4 American women to hold a transport pilot's license.. will nUcmnt ,„ cnrrv payloads on nights between New York City ana I and has ;inre assoned day and Paris William S. MacLarcn. left, former navy pilot, once taugiil Ginners of Blytheville have been night flyb.g to her credit than Mrs Ucryl Hiirt| rl , U| how to , w ail(1 nou . h ' s selected hcr ^ hls Mice lo ntifinpt to disband groups : of citizens, who formed scarchlnu pintles. ' idlna ho iitlarkeil nil elderly.woman here are held for t|iir::liiji!ni!. Women and girls remained fte.t to their homes, howm-er, Mlieu police mmouncrxl the actual slayer, probably a native of sJulli Rend, wns still Ircc. Delcclhks centered their investigation ulnii abandoned barn near Ihe vac nt lot wliere Marberinc'.s Four Die As Plane Hits House HOCHRFOHT. France. Aug. 30 I'i— Tile founh Flench air crasl In less Hum it week occurred here lodny wlirn n big plane cinshrd In ILunc.s mi 11 farm house killing fun pn -mis. Tin pilot ti'ap-jd from his craft wlien it was fulling bill Ills para- nime (all«l to open and he wa: killed. Tliv crcupants of tho house. a larmiM.. his wife and lliclr threc- jra:-ui(l daughter, were killed. SUM OF Here's the commander and crew of airplane Tradewind. try Is now being made and it is expected that the allocation of th2 additional funds will be complet- district charging $1.75 for wrapping. Al a recent meeting of farmers from five Arkansas counties and ed soii-.e time in the fall of this | pemiscot and Dunklin counties in Missouri the group agreed on a cotton picking rate of fifty cents year. Blytheville is being Included this general survey and you nuj be assured that its claims will be sonic men who have dared the Atlantic. The, rliaht of the Trade'vind. scheduled to start from New York Cily early in October, .will be the first pasture of a grouu of finan- clers toward putting heivler-tTiaJV- air oce&n flyfne on a commercial basis and a regular sch?dule. It is .similar to the project alreadv ; co-pilot for the trans-Atlantic venture. The solid line on the inaplD^iL Q]Tc[ 1Pr | below shows Ihe Tradewind's route, with stops at Bermuda and the ! lvl _ l ! ; ' i JW»HLU Addles, in comparison to the loiiif and perilous northern course in dicatcd by tho dotted line. body was found Tlmr.s- , a liour after Fhe was ooilstalns and olhcr cvi- id in Ihe torn Indicated jeiilen mid strangled to i wire. of citizens volunteered to aid aullcrlties in searching for the in olfcred for his capture. beliii' developed between Europe and | South America, by wav of Africa and the Cape Verd? Islands. T i "I'm not a stunt flyer," MacLar- I en declared, "and t'lere will be no '• -chances taken that ( we can possi- j French Steamer ReacllCS My avoid. We're ntt going to re- • x , ,, , „ . , , . fuel in the air. or t(r to break any : INCW York Oately Alter Encounter with'Hiimcane hundred and named a committee to interview ginners in an effort to given very careiul^cousideration in I have B j nnin g cos i s rcauce d. The ''"" gins of Blytlieville and Osccola district have agreed to the reduction from 30 cents to 25 cents per hundred for ginning. A. G. Little of Blytheville, chairman of the farmers' committee, and Richard Cromcr of Carson Lake met with the ginners of the Osceola district last night. making up the allocation. Sincerely yours. John W. Phillip. The lelter from Congressman Driver to Mayor Neill Reed in an- j swer to the resolution of the city council follows: Osceola, Ark. My Dear Nelil: J beg to acknowledge receipt, of your lelter, with copy of resolution of your city council anent the post office building. The Public Building Committee has accorded recognition to your needs and authorization has been provided, but the appropriation under which construction is now progressing is only .sufficient to cover the preferential list, including places where sites are provided under the act, of 1931 and the Washington program: I am stressing the necessity of expanding the public building work as one of the methods of dealing with Ihe unemployment situation and havo favorable reaction-thereto, but realize the neccessity of awaiting Ihe December session for the funds with freight to Europe nid b^ck by the safest, sanest rout;, and I believe i NEW YORK, Aug. 30 (UD — we can make nuney from the .Seventeen passengers on the siarl." . ! French linc r Paris were Injured To Make Twn Stops i when the craft wont through the He minted out that non-stop .final stages of a hurricane Tucs- ccean flight? camot becom? com- iday. it was revealed when the liner mcrciallv feasible until planes arc j came into New York today, develoncd to car.y laree cargoes; None was injured seriously but in addition to ther fuel. MacLaren maney told thrilling stories of a th?reforc v, ill go southeast lo Ber- 50 foot wave whicli broke ove r De muda, there" aciov ti the Azores, i deck, washed passengers from deck and tin to Paris, With tbes? com- I chairs, flooded the grand salon and paratively short hops, refueling at ' smashed 20 windows. The liner each landing, he can carry a pay- was 900 miles east of Ambrose Fight Big Blaze At Capital WASHINGTON. Aug. 30. (UP) — Nearly all the capital's fire fighting apparatus was called Into action todav to battle a fire which broke out In a tcmpoiary wartime, gov- tomers ll 10 communities served lijcludmg I'ranchises Sold by Wilson Company. 1 MAItKED TREE. Ark— RcdlTO- tlons h electric service, rates tor ccinmeriial and domestic uses, amounting to 25 per cent, are announced by the Wilson Power and Light cciiipany. control of which j was rect-.illy acquired by Ihe Ar| knnsas Power and L'.ghl company. | The city council here held a special nice Ing to dopt a resolution authorlziie establishment of the new low rates. Doinesti: and commercial cus- Lanrol Youths Accused of Barnstorming with Stolen Airship Caught in Crash. MOniLE. Ala., Aug. 30. (UPl- Alleged to have slolen an airplane which crashed near liere last night, three youths were held in the Mobile counly jail loday. Wlllliim Clark, 18-year-old pllol of Ihe ship which wrecked at Wilmer. 30 miles from here, was arrested following the crush. Ills two companions tied but were apprehended early today. They gave the names of Eugene Mnlonc, 20, an;! Woodrow Malono, 18. The plane was said to have been taken from laurel, Miss. Clark wns brought liere last night. His two companions \wre being brought today. All Ihree will face charges to be filed by the Mississippi sheriff. Clark had been barnstorming and taking passengers riding at \Vil- mcr before the crash. The plane is said to have been stolen from a Mr. Heslcr of Laurel. MEMPHIS, Aug. 30.'(UP)—Police said today 1 that 'no''airplane pilot named William Clark was known lure and that none bearing thai name was listed In the city directory or at airports here. A pilot giving the name of Clark told sheriff's aides at Mobile he was from Memphis and was formerly a student at Riverside Military academy. Clark was arrested yesterday after be had wrecked a stolen plane. Man Who Killed Wife by Dynamite Explosion Breaks Vial to End Lite. AMAIULLO, Tex., Aug. 30. (UP) —-Timing Ills action with cold and caluululini; accuracy, A. n. Payne took his own life early today in Hie same ninimc-r in which he killed his wlfu two months ago. An explosion of iillro-glyccriti which had hung in a vial on n siring around ills neck fov weeks, blew away the attorney's chest as he lay on a bunk In Potter county Jut! here. By waiting until 15 min* ulci after midnight to commit mil-- clrte, Payne made It possible for his clilldrcn to collect $10.000 insurance on Ills life. The policy's suicide clause expired at midnight. A Toller county grand jury rc- Virned an Indictment yesterday charging Payne with murder in connection with the deatli ul his wife June 27. Mrs. Payne was killed and her 14-year-old son seriously maimed when three sticks ot dynamite, placed under the front seat of Hie family car by Payne, exploded as they were driving along n downtown street here. Payne was to have been tried September 15. He is n direct descendant of William Howard Payne composer of "Home. Sweet Home." crnmcnt structure a few blocks from the White House now cccu- by the Wilson Power and Ligh! company till be placed on [he new- pied by the federal trade commis- i schedules, according to T. J slcn I sler, representative of the Blew- power Pirem-n were having difficulty 1 company. The communities are: n trying to prevent. Its spread to I Marked Tree, Lepanto, Wilson, government! Tyronza, iSasley. rjeckcrville, Drlv- ! er, Evndnli, Frenchman's Bayou. load of 1COO pounds. • light between th/3 grand, bank of To Hold Final Union Service Sunday Night! The Union Vesper Servcies that have been conducted under the auspices of the First Methodist church, the Christian church and the First Presbyterian church on the lawn of the Methodist church, will come to a close tomorrow evening at six o'clock. The attendance at there meetings has been large and the Interest unusual. The collections are to go to the Red Cross in this counly. The meeting tomorrow will be which to perform. I hope the ad-| o f unusual Interest in that Rev. ministration will be in the humor js. L. Joekel, D- D. of Austin will to adopt Ihc suggeslion indicated | deliver the sermon. The Rev Mr j At S10 a pcuiti, which is believ-[Nantucket light Thursday morning. I cd to be Ihe' ar.ount governments ' The weather was fine Suddenly viil be willing U pay for Irans-At- : a slorm came up and great waves lantic air mail if and when con-;washed tho deck. tracts are to be let. a single round- ! trip would nlmst pay for a planr i such as the me MacLaren ha^ chosen fov his initial attempt. I' nncl join in the effort for prompt action. I assure you that it will be my purpose to exercise every energy in your behalf. Your friend. W. J. Driver. Grand Jury May Probe In nearby temporary b "" d " 1BSl Gilmore, G'ider, Holt, Siacy, Whlt- imi, Turrcll Joiner, Bassctl, Marie and Keiscr. Under the old rale schedules Its energy charge In all towns except Lepanlo was 15 cents per kilowatt hour for the first 30 i kilowatt hours a month. 12"; cents for the next 10 and 10 cents for all In exccw of 100. Thc mcnth^ 1 minimum bill was -T-i 11 n r S2 in all lowis except Wilsun and IhUgS Ixetreal D e I 0 1' e | Tyronr.a. whc:e the minimum wa:-, Hold Last Rites for Rev. Burt at Joiner a Bcllanca monoplane equipped ; Qvpr UYCf President of Argentina er Wright Wlirlwlnd motor. Except that it viil carry the latest BUENOS AIRES. Aug. 30. (UP) —Thc guard at the residence of ° l | President Hipoltto Irlgoycn was today an order no novel featires about the ship. ' «'«s issued fo: troops to remain in At temp py n( RorK After i sl r '° In ^P'" 10 thc cl1WK ° wfxs ei oi IXOCKS rtiiei ; 1G ml[s va lilowatt l!imr for th -. a monlh. 14 cents per kllo- OSCEOLA, Ark., Aug. 30.—Funeral services for the Rev. Guy Dean Burl, pastor of the Mcthodis'. church at Elto, Miss., were conducted from Ihe residence of his brolher-ln-law. Dr. N. R. Hosey, In Joiner. Interment following in the Wiilttcn cemetery. Rev. Burt died in a Memphis hospital of pneumonic menin'ii'j-- He was 3D years old. a son of the late Rev. W. J. Durt of Whltton, Ark. lie is survived by his widow. Mrs. Jcanetlc Hoscy Hurt, one daughter. Frances, fi years old: his mother. Mrs. W. J. Burl of Whltton. a sister. Miss Clara Burt of Charlotte. Hold Last Rites for F. P. Carter, Sr. Friday Funeral services were conducted Friday aflerncon at the family residence for Frank Pierce Carter sr., who died here Thursday morning after a two months illness which culminated with a nervous breakdown. He was brought home: lat'i Wednes day night from a sariitar- lum a.t Mapofi, Jylo. .;-.^' ' _,.....„. The Rev. P. Q. Horle,"pastor of"'/ Hie First Methodist church, performed the funeral rites and burial was made at the Elmwood cemetery with these pallbearers: W. M. Pyles, W. M. Burns, Warner Hawkins, Ross Beavers, E. D. Ferguson and M. G. Goodwin. Relatives who survive him nfe' his widow, Mrs. Martha Carter; four cons, F. P. jr., of Cincinnati, Charles. Woodrow nnd Russell of i this city: three brothers, D. J. Car- tcr of Memphis. George Carter of Luxora, and A. J. Carter of here. Or.t of town people at the funeral were: H. L. LaNieve and Lous Bicglow, of the Cate-LaNievrf company of Memphis formerly known as the Blytheville Cooper : age company of which the deceased was manager for 17 years; F. P. Carter jr., of Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. George Carter of Luxora. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Carter of Memphis. Prohi Raiders Shoot Suspect at Newport •xt 10 and 10 ; N. C.. and throe brothers. George police loday. Tne attack occurred when the "It's just an ordinary piano." trir ' t!lcir barracks us several m=:e ^ Ellgi . nc Kraushaar and his J v. ^ ff *~n-,. ., . ofrwt« nfT<^ftrc nf liMi'fi- t-nnt ii'fiiv* .1 % .__ --u,_.>i. ».r i sas Power and Light 'company the tor of the Whilton church, the yea 1 , thc energy cht pilot said. "and. to my • L.IX..I ij.iinn.rwi u.i ^L.IL.IIII M4-"i- QQY rjll t7 t?nc t\r;iUoiliiI\r UllU IllS •""" "• v-- • -• !army olTicers of lowe r rank were molricr . Mrs. Prank Kraushaar ^ "d"" 11 to ' CC " L ^ J wr ,, |"™ : : arrested, but all released later, at- , wcre putting their car In the ga- i llour Ior tllc ""',?„ °,"" ,*~ Though I'm s navy trained flyer I've made fo;ir trans-continental I hops, and Id rather cross thc been detained al First Infantry barracks. Military precautions were con. ocean than fl; from coast to coast.! [ in " ctl l ' lc thir f . d «'' Favonrt. by Weallicr loaders having slept In the bar- Ocean storms, "milike those over ! r!>cks - Highways leading to the ' , land, are at least dependable. On! cot >' thc southern route we have chosen, cles Joekel Is a guest of the First Presbyterian church and will conduct a series of evangelistic services at that church for the next two weeks. movements of storms can be sic- Mrs. Geo. Lee of the First Moth- curately plotted, and with plenty Great Grandfather of odlst church has charge of the i of st - amers to R lvc us metcorolog- music at this service and a good' lcal daln ' we wi " know Jllst whal ' piogram has been promised The to cx P cct - Fo = i ' wlllch hrlve brou ^ h - ; were guarded and all vehl- stopped and inspected. -,. D , . n . ITllSSes DOUrlanO UlCS A • c • i 1 " I service begins promptly American raSClStl I o'clock and every or.c ATLANTA, Aug. 30. (UP)—Activities of thc "American fascist!, an order of black shirts" and an organization which claims 25,000 members In Atlanta, may be investigated by a federal grand jury I which will convene here September 8. it has been learned from federal building attaches. NATIONAL NURSE PLAN NEW YORK. Aug. 29.—The Am- at six is Invited. In the case of rain the meeting will be held In the auditorium of the Methodist church. failure to many a night along the j Word was received here today of great circle rrale to the north, sel- the death of the great-grandfather clom are more than 3000 feet in . of Misses Virginia and Louise hcieht where we will i Bourland. W. L. Gordon, who died Start 'Jlia Tokyo to Tacoma Today "On the northern route, flyers \ at his home in Madisonville. Ky., have found average winds of 35 to Friday. He was past 80 years of 40 miles an hour, bul the trartr , age. winds between Bermuda and the j • Azores are only from 8 to 101 miles. Our elapsed time for the trip to Paris will not tc morr | pulling their car In Hie ga- . ., . ._„... ._ _ c The pair drove, up and one ?« rom " a mol , lh T" d l?£ ?,™ grabbed the woman's purse. She re- 'f a5 21 ,-' «n.=. dependlnB iipon sistcd and he knocked her down I lhc O'"" 1 ' 1 "' V" 0 ' 1 - V V Vrt r,, HO wlth a rock . i ne.w_ to serve clurge. based on Ins. Incensed, Eugene picked tip a | > ear s rock and hit the bandit on tho head, grabbing the purse from his hand. Both n:en beat a hasty retreat followed by more rocks from Eugene. It is esllmalei; thnt on Ihe basis of last year's bu<inci> customers in Ihe 10 comm'imries will receive service for 25 pe- rent less lhati they have beer, p.iymg. Ex-President of Peru Held in Prison at Lima NEWPORT. Ark., Aug. 30. (UP) -J. L. Archer, 30, was in a hospital I.erc with a shattered ankle and his companion, Henry Shuttlewortli, 45, was in jail as the result of a prohibition raid late yesterday. Officers fired at Archer when he fled. A bullet struck his ankle. None of the suspects were armed. Agents found some whisky nnd mash. Slayer of Three Tries [Frustrate Attempt to_ _ ^ Poison Hoax On Guards Escape Arkidelphia Jail j pi" STATE PRISON. SAN QUENTIN. LIMA. Peru, Aug. 30. (UP)Former President of Peru Augusta Lcgula wns held today in the prison to which he had banished many i political exiles. I Leguia and his son Juan were I removed from the warship Admiral j Grau to the Island of San I/>rcnzo late Friday afternoon. It was tin- i derslood lhat Leguia would be ,ccil in the Lima penitentiary. Gets Year Prison Term . for Theft of 35 Cents BIRMINGHAM, Aug. 30. (UP) — William E. Robinson, former clerk of the Birmingham post office, must serve a year and a day in the federal prison at Atlanta on i\ charge of stealing 35 cents from thc mails. Robinson was convicted earlier In the week by a jury and sentence was imposed this morning by Federal Judge W- R. Gdubb. LITTLE ROCK. Au?. 30. (UP)— | A mpr ; Pan . Amer cans hundreds of middle-Income famll- IPS lo afford a nurse during sickness. An avreagc charge Is to be made of $1.50 for thc first hour of a nurse's time and 50 cents for each additional hour. _-,.„- , than 40 hours, which Is less than ' TOKYO, Aug. 30. (UP)-After I half the best dirigible time for the: an unsuccessful attempt to start j distance " on a night from Tokyo to Taco- MacLarcn is a graduate of An , ma. Washington, today. Llculenant napolis and a former lieutenant in j — Bromley, American aviator, i the navy air service, where he did i miles. lucrallve job of commercial trans- Weight of Ihe 1,021 gallons of port flyer, instructor and test pilot.. fuel taken aboard the plane made Beryl Harl was cr.e of his sin- ; it Impossible to get the machine I don'.s. and therein lies the real rea- ] off the ground in the first at-[son why she has been selected for' tempt. (Continued on Page Pour) New Orleans' Drouth Probably Is Broken NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 30 (UP) —Rainfall of 4.75 Inches in a little more than 12 hotus flooded several residential dtslrlcls here today. Several sections of the city at sea level were Inundated with waler as deep as Iwo feel. The weather bureau said. It was the heaviest rain to fall in August in 110 years. Calif., Aug. 30 (UP)—A boast once j Harold Conr.ely nr.d Jack Wright made by Gordon Stewart North-1 were held under guard at the penl- ! | 0 r Trouble in RUSSia cutt, condemned chicken ranch I teiitlnry here loJay after'their at-' dayer of three small boys, that tempt to escape frnm the Arkadel- he would "cheat tho gallows" was j phia Jail had Leen frustrated by recalled today by prison physicians i sheriff Alfred Dukr , L , L ^ d ^ who spent the greater pan of yes-1 The two were lieM as ringleaders j nrom were 5^1,,,^ t0 day to two STALINGRAD, Russia. Aug. 30 (UP) — Two American workers. tcrday afternoon pumping murderer's stomach. Prison guards were surprised ] yesterday to hear groans ' from j §»„{,, C erv ; ce Bureau M/ir*lM.l,(*V ™ll "T-n^ nnlen-nnj .OlOll, UCIVH.C WUlvul* the of a b.ndf ^ bandits. Both llcld '° the ' ralld J ' lr> ' l«kta " a negro worker in the tractor fac-1 at e ,-esterdav ^U, e .* nl ^?,«™,S^- Tlie'ne^, Memphis Doctor And Negro Poison Victims ME&rPHIS. Aug. 30. (UP)—Polson believed to be strychnine, mysteriously added to a bottle of whisky, caused the death of Dr. C. W. Baker, prominent Rossvllle, . physician and a tho doctor's office Ncrthcutt's cell. "I'm poisoned. i I've killed myself, "the youth bel- j lowed when Inquiring heads were thrust Into UIB cell. j UTTL E ROCK, Aiif. 30. <UP>A quick trip to the hospital, an Director Claude A. mown will ask ed pending a decision ot deporta- ,,, p j j tion which was demanded by the ASKS Increase in runds prosecutor. antidote and a stomach pump ended up in Dr. L. L. Stanley's terse statement. "It's a hoax." No one sems to know who the "joke" is en. however, and Northcutt was moved back to Ills cell. in increase in the annual anoro- prlatlon for the Arkansas Service bureau from $9.000 tc $16.040 at the annual convonlim of thc Arkansas department of thc American Legion al Fort Em:lh Monday. COMPENSATION SALEM, Ore.. (UP) — Summer school janitor work has its additional compensations, according to men here. One of them found seven bottles of beer concealed In a fchcol wood pile. No work was done that day, it was said. negro succumbed to the poisoned fluid early in thc afternoon and shortly afterward tor. Baker died. WEATHER ARKANSAS—Mostly cloudy with occasional showers in the cast and south portions tonight. Sunday partly cloudy with occasional shower; In the couth portion.

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