The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1930 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 3, 1930
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Served by the United Prtss THEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NOKTIIEAS'!' AKKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOUUI m.YTHKVll.l.K, ARKANSAS. \VRl).\'KSnAV, SKI'TUMIWU :i, 19M HOME EDITION SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS ' Ocean ill Visit Dallas Where 6 Were Killed as Vandals'Wreckcd Train French Conquerors o) Al- lanlic Will Cross Arkansas on Flight Tomorrow. NEW YORK, Sept. 3. iUP>- I Dleiidoiine Cosic and Maurice I!el- lonto, no', content with having down across [lie Atlantic, will i;he New York but a briel moment h> ] which to honor them and will leave I at n n. ra. tomorrow for Dallas. Tcv I They plan to fly lo Dallas witlr- j nut stopping, following the nil 1 lim | rouli' which will lake them across \ \'ew Jersey, throui;!) West Virginia pa&ing close to Hunthmon am 1 Charleston, across Kentiu'kv aiV Arkansas. They probably will ra-" near Little Rock .and liiencc inf Texas and to Dallas. Coste estimated llicy should renrh Dnllnji about a p. in. tomorrow. Caste said today they would ro main only a dn.y in Dallas and the: 1 . return to New York and Inter gr to Washington to be received lr President Hoover. They landed at Curtiss air pan Valley Stream, at 5:12 p. m. c.s.t. a triile move than 37 hours and IF minutes after tlicy had soarc: away from Le Bonrget airclroiiu outside the French capita!. Thei: time was within four hours of tin; ! f.ct by Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh, the only other man who ha.s a direct flight between th< two cities. Get Record Reception The Inm?le I ells Story of Brutality an Ivca'lmeni of 1 nsoners. M: li'HIS. Tenn., Sepl. :t. — Tn tile I'nM of it si-rlcs of urtl- ! eles. lodny the Mimnihls Press- i Scimitar 'de.scrlLcd nuidllUinK at | the privately owned Ciiltenden I comity prison farm. I Thc stury was lold Ihe paper by l-:mmelt liyrd. 38, Joplln, Mo., who «a.s sentenced to CO days at the for ridinfi a freight train [n Ihe. county. He stated he was worked from 1C (o IS hnurs dallv during Ihir hollcM ilnys In July and August. He told of sei-lUK ncyro piisoners lashed until their backs wcie raw. ol seeing a prisoner left in the field after a severe lasiilns which resulted In his dea'.h. Ilia 1 . n buy from Forrest Cilv. Ark.. mass of steel is all that was lefi of the locomotive ami baggage ca r of the Fast Frisco Llm- : d<t>d 'without having adinluisira- liuti ol a physician after he had been attacked by guards. The charges are denied by N'. L. Graves, plantation manager. An answer will be made by him thru This tanged ited. "The Texan." after it was derailed near St. Lous. Mo., killing six and injuring 53 others, -nail- road officials, in preliminary reports, stated that the 12-coach train was purposely wrecked by placing of stones on a long curve, by person hulcling a grudge against the railroad, or possibly by train robbers By MINOTT KAUNDKKS STA Service Writer PA11IS.—"A ciu-lutis and g Friuito-Amerlcan Incident" 1ms j arisen ovuv the desire of the Untied iitates Hnltle Monuments Commission, headed by General John J. IVrshhijt. for^the removal of the :lClsl Infantry Regiment mniiii- ment in Slvry-siir-Mimsp, near Verdun. This memorial wa.s erected jyijc_ i naiilnM the wishes of the llal'Jr 1 Monuiuetils Commission and re- ti-nlly conversations have Invn held between General 1'crshliu' and Premier Andre Timllcu, who is als'j } iiiinlslei ol Ihc Interior, as to what di.'-]}o.sltlciik can l>c. made of it The problem of this monument is a very delicate one fur the Trench, <nul General I'rrsliliu: luis refusrd to conmienl upon It bo^ cause he does not wish lo add lo a discussion which w;mld become embarrassing. ticriulroil Group's .S.incMcm Under an agreement rciichi'd between the two uounlrie.-i .sonic yeais agu. no moiiuments lo American military achievements would be creeled In France wltiiuii! approval of Ihe Bailie Monument- Commission. The idea was lo avoid t'ne prospect ol havlni: Franc;' covered with monuments erected by individual units. When the 331sl Infantry licgi- ineiil of the A. E. F. propotfd u erect a monument at Sivry-sur- liii;i|)|H'ovc<l \V;tr Memorial (I Delicalo .Inlrnuilionul Prohletn Expect Legion to Name i Searcy Mim Commander ; FORT SMITH. Ark.. Sept. 3 cUPi Oran Vaughn of Searcy was i virtually assured of being named I state commandcv of the Americnn ! Legion as that body brought Ui a Local Canning Co. AlTan?,- ; C - C5 C today a three day state ineet- CS for 300 A. Ill MlSSlSSlp- ' He Is expected to be chosen by Ictory of the Wcnchmc:-. i ni • "Firlfk HfVP R«vivo Acclamation. iclory achieved first of nl i ' ' r lclab nclL ^"<~- T hs drum and bugle corps o! Little Kock was awarrted-first place ith similar akin;see- Sahehe»s and careful' preuarb de\clored works out successfully'. with innnite palienr-e for the mr- : menl when every factor Deemed t- ' favor him. His reward ^ when hr- giided his great scarlet plane Ques tion Mark down to earth last nigh' was the greatest reception t h i • country has ever given to a visiting flyer. Lindbergh and his avialrix wife, the former Anne Morrow, weie among (lie first to greet the tri umphant Frenchmen. For a time the wildly checrin crowd was orderly. It had beer The signing up of contracts for [300 acres of beans with growers at: ; nay Springs and Kichlon. near Laurel. Miss., has been virtually. completed, George W. Greb, presi- : dent and manager of the company, told the Courier News today. The beans will be planted this • «eek and next, and Ihe .cr,,p wllljffo. Excuse [ ov I c ]| eness ; n . [begin to mature about October 20. with shipments continuing until past the middle of November. Cotton Picking The local concern's held back in packed ranks while .enl.'rprL'-e is not altogether an ex-! the Frenchmen slowly taxied theis I periment. as a number ot carloads! iiiDcr. >. T i Mississippi: onys Judge. Season r? Hnve Biggest \Vhite Membership, Census Shows; Negroes Most Numerous ., Meuse, the Battle Monumt-mr ihe paiwr In another of the series. Commission vetoed the scheme ; [basing Its opixjsllion on Ihe fundamental policy that monuments tc .single mills should not be circled. To gel around this dilllctilty, thr icgimcnt donated funds directly lithe (own, and later the memorial Raymond Bomar. motorcycle of- ; *as elected by the community u' tice-r could hardly be blamed if lie ! Slvry and detilcated lo the resi- develups a grud"c against dogs i ment. Varlouc prominent Americans Dop; Gives Motorcycle Olficer Bad Spill Bomar was thrown from his ma- i as well as General Pershlng., wen- chin» ycttenlay when a bull dog I incensed at this "~-- - -"-'-dashed out to greet him on Ken- I nlul " l Ule lnu ' cl1 turn ot. allairs. ot the monu sticky street and ran directly in i melU l!lc Unltccl sla i« war, not front ot the cop's piachlnc. . officially represented. WASHINGTON. Sept. 3 (Special! The motorcycle hopped over the The argument against the mon- —Mississippi ccunly has 14..™ body of the dog and Bomar went inncni. now Is that It ts'.abllslvj church members, according to Ihe • hurtling over Ihc machine. Hc an undesirable precedent. But latesi church census just made [sustained a tad cut above the right public by the census bureau. leyc and a number of bruises besides being dazed for several minutes. The dog. according to reports, j was but little worse off. j Bomar says the same dog had bit his leather leggings on previous rides In the neighborhood. Negro Baptists constitute approximately cue-third ol the church population, while white congregations are led by the Methodist Episcopalians. With Negro Baptists and Southern Baptists the Baptist denomination IULS more than half of the entire church membership of t h f county, the Southern Baptis'.s numbering 2479. The total Baptist membership is 8253. Methodist Episco- an undesirable precedent. the village of Sivry is resisting any attempts lo remove tlie memdrlr.! The monument may be allowed to stand providing the Inscription o:: ul ilrri- Is tile munumr.nt creeled nrar ViTilun to the Htilsl Infiinlry uf the A. K. !•'. Never apprnvrd hy Uir E\mcrir:in IIiUllc Monument Cum- niEssum, it may lie. niniuvcd, or Ihu Ensi-rliiUoii changed. it. be changed in such a way as to make the private churiicter of the loeinorlal quite dear. .N'umlR'r Still Increases The Incident has drawn widespread attention to the oviv- incrcaslng numhcr of. memorial: erected in Fiance by Allied units. Thus the London Daily Express couinienls editorially: "General Pcrshlng has showr the moral courage that is so much rarer than military courage in demanding [he demolition of Ihe \\s.~ memorial. . . Ten years ago any project for a memorial lo any ana every branch of the fighting serv Ices almost carried Itself. The result is the eyesores that.In all the belligerent lands so^jl^nnjly fall to honor those who fo'ngh'l'' : nnd*fell We ar^ cooler now. but not lesr, grateful and not less proud. Only we have learned there are olh- er and better ways of cammemora',- Ing that gratitude and that pride lhan in slouc and marble." eel River Span at Garland Cily Suffers $250,000 Loss From Bombers. GARLAND CITY, Ark., Sept. 3. (UP)— A new sUUc. owned loll bridge across Red river, lo have been opened lo Irallic tomorrow, was dynamited here early today, destroying Ihe two factions of the middle span al an estimated loss of $250,000. 'I lie bridge was Intentionally dy.- iiamltcd, Chief of Police W. H. Scott of Garland City nnd state olficlals said after an Investigation. Thc first blast- occurred at 3:10 m.. followed by several others.- Trimble Had Bfen Fcured Trouble had bcfn feared here bo- cause of a long standing controversy between citizens and state highway officials and n later trouble between laborers on the bridge \vltli contractors. The bridge was erected at a cost of $500,000. An Inspection was to have been made tomorrow by official! of the highway department and the .structure was to hnve brou thrown open to the public. Serk Bombers The blasts shook Ihc entire city. Windows were broken and citizens thrown into a panic. Thc entire clliHmry turned out after the ex- losions. Led by Scott, a search as started in Use vicinity of the ridge which is located a quarter .a mile from the" business see- on. Kills Wife's plane to Ihe spot marked out fn: the official reception. Then suddenly—Ihe moment, the fliers show- son. ed their faces—the spectators brokr . tion. loose and brushed aside police lines Police have been ordered by iof Mississippi beans were shipped ' Judge W. D. Gravctle ol the city] here frr packing earlier in the sea- 'police oo:irt to bring all idle loafers I orc « 'Methodist Episcopal churcn. arriving in firs; class condi-'.into court en vagrancv charges. ! There are only 274 Roman Calh- . -You can't fine a 'man for not i °»« >» "« entire county. The Mississippi venture was tin- j working when he can not find any," and officials of the reception com-i dcrtaken because production in'judge Gravelte said today, "but tnittees. Only afler a stern battl j Mississippi county, has been severe-|there is plenty of cotton picking with the crowd were police able tr i ly curtailed by Ihe drouth. Cool available now for the unemployed." lift Cosle and Bellonte to their i nights and heavy dews, however.! Officers were ordered to keep a. shoulders and rush them throus- 1 j are beginning to revive the local Lsharp lookout on street in the. the throng to the comparative jcrop, nnd fields giren up as lost'negro section. peace and security of a hangar. | 3 month ago are now beginning j Rumors have been received al Toasl, No Whisky .to produce. After a period of idle-.police headquarters of efforts to When Bellonte. who lost his fly-'ness the canning plant made sever- j entice labor already contracted for ing helmet an portions of hi« . nl K!lori rm]s ] arl week, anil started : by prcmiser of butler prices and of- clot'ning torn on* him by sonvcni: U| , aga j n yrv.crd.iy with indica-• ficials have indicated that this seekers in the first rush o£ ihc; t j ons ,i 1[U there would be enouch practice where found will be dealt creeling thron*. reached a dnwiiii; • it,,..,] beans lo maintain a moder- i with a fi:m hand. room in the lianyar. he demand- j a , p t]ail> . production schedule un- ' — cd in French: : ti l ,j, c Mississippi teans come In-• "['lease let. me have r.otne v.-his- A co , 15idrra i,: e acreage has been:Opal Ashabraimer New I pianted near here recently ; "' palians number 3431. Nesro Mc'h- ! O • • fTM r • . I \7 1 r odists add 1066 totiiat number. 701 iSfCTPV 1 FIPH U'.Xpenmeillal Vessel I',X from the African Methodist Enls- 1 1 - J ' i<a «-^* J ' *M-a*j , p rr C ,j nrvnol «h,i«.h <!«,! 11V, (,„„, . h „ f~r.l . I -, — _ _ A.LICU IU Lllt.(_l iJtlVIMt', in ; ky and toast." At that a loud chorus of laugh-i placc ,. vi , itL , ( , bj . iwa , 5llowe , Si al;J j ter went up: !near Big Lake irrigaticti has bron • "You can nave tile toa.s!. but wr j used successfully on the crop. Manila City Marsha! . . . MANILA. Ark.. Sept. 3.—The haven't any whisky." a pnlire of . Mr. Greb expressed amamnent board of aldermen met last nigh', flcial told him through a tram-, a t the recuperative powers of fields • at their regular monthly meetlnc. lalor. But the peerless navigator 1 planted early in the season which. | According to Mayor 'Threikekl. soon got forbidden liquids alon? j a f tcr C nudrin<; three months ol Opal Ashabranner" has replaced with hus toast from some source ,drouth, are now coming into pro-j Buck Cheery as cily marshal. Buck jj'""g undisclosed. Idiiciion with m moislure but the • Cheery turned in his resignation' ™d 30r, from Hie Co!- I Mississippi comity has 32 meni- i bers of the American Baptist as| foclation who are not included i" the Baptist total. There are IV members of the Churches o[ Chris; and 374 members of the Disciples of Christ. The county has 431 Presbyterians. •SI Protestant Episcopalians anil 32T members of smaller denominations The entire state of Arkansas has 021.107 members, divided as lollows: Southern Baptists. I03.3-1G: X"<!ro Baplis'.s. 134.720: Free Will Ba-i- tists, 5270: American Baptist a.vo- ciation. 31.281: Churches of Christ. 36.C73; Disciples of Christ. 17.103: SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark., Sep! I 3. (JJP)—After being ordered from j the home of his estranged wife John Ridgewe.y today shot and killed his sister-in-law. Miss Dora Reed, seriously wounded his and then hung himself. peeled'to Effect Savings in River Transportation. ABOARD S. S STEAMBOAT ALLEN ON MISSIS- RIVER. Sept. 3. (UP)—SCC- I retary of War Hurley, who is mnk- i ing a tour of the Mississippi river, wife ' '^ a l j l )rove( ' construction of ai '! experimental steel barge which if 1 successful is expected lo lower Methodist Eoiscopnl church. of her siiter. Ridgcway left but re- turtU'd sl'.ortly with a shotgun. II? then killed Miss Rred Instantly shol his wife's Innd off and wound ' cd her in the body. He then left Ihe house and was fo;mcl later dead having hung himself. 452: Mrthodisl Protestant 5139: Me'.hodlst Enlrcopal Cl'.urcl- , Shrols Wife. Son, Self South. 123.67G: African Methodist I BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. Sept. 3 church. 2.V249: African M"'h"H'-; - iU!>i— George B. DuVe, 45. of F.ns- EpLscopal Zlnn church. 14.344; Co!-,ley is near death while his wife Methodist Episcopal church : and 14-year-old rx>n He seriously is expected lo provide a stronger and more seaworthy craft and save the United StaiM coasiderab'.e money. The r.ew type is expected to ! be absolutely watertight nnd wll' i not buckle. H this craft fulfills the expectations of those interested In I it It is probable thai al least one • hundred will be built. j Hurley planned lo continue hi ! inspection lour of the rive:- projects loJay by stopping at Dubuquc. Poisoning Suspected t n Death of James R. Smith at Caruthersville. CARUTJIERSVILLE, Mo.— Preliminary hearing will be held here Friday for Mrs. Lizzie Smith charged \<iih |X>Lsoninf; her husband, .lames R. Smith, who was found dead In his bed last Friday morning. At Ihe coroner's Inquest Friditj the jury found that Smilli Inc died of unknown causes, but Coroner .1. P. Vickery. assisted ty Doctors Smith. Ogilvie and Atkins, pcr- an autopsy and sent away for analysis of formed viscera conlcnts. Mrs. Smith was arrested by Con stable Jack King and Deputy Ros Wyrick after a warrant for her ar rest had been sworn before Justici of the Peace Tom Smith by Her bert Smith, brother of the dea< man. She was placed In jail ani denied bail. After landing, the French fliers j dew and. in some cases, very light were informed that Col. W. F.. if Viewers. Hc recently returned Eastenvood nf Dallas had olfcrc-.l | from a trip to Wisconsin where. S25.0ll(i lo them if they woul:! 11 y jhy spite of the fad Ilia! the drouth their ship to Dallas. there has been much less severe. The Idea ap;iea:ed to C.iptaiii he found o large proportion of Ihe Cosle. Hc Immediately said he | acrcacc dcslrcyr-d and the yield "would be glad to make the (rip. : sharply curtailed on the rest. because it will give me an oppsr- , • tunity for a cress-country flight.' i^j|J Coleman, Escaped Invited to Wlillc House WASHINGTON. Sept. 3. (UP1 — Presidcnl Hoover has Invited the Negro Prisoner, Found LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 3. (UP) — <vho was convicted for -murder in Mississippi countv, cs d trom t h e pl i s <m farm in No- prepared for the Frenchmen ,n 'ho ;„'„,,.„ |328 w j, i]c , c ,. vhlg a elatornte welcome will he yesterday in order to tend to mar- keling his crop. The city council voted to enforce in ordinance which requires own crs of dogs io have these rc^V.lered ind pay a small tax on them. C. V. Soabaiich. Blytheviile. of : Power Co met with Ihe council and discussed the rate problem with them. A motion was also brought up and passed that a Mr. Hill o; Jonestoro be present with the board next month and discuss a proposition for the installation of a water-wo:ks system. Mr. Hi':l has written thai his company could install such a system In Mnnlb without bonding the 'town for any amount. It would operate as t';r lighting sysfcm. and each pat.™ would pay for '"' water. :hurch In the | wounded" in Ihe same hospital as j Iowa, (o see the "Herbert Hoover. 1 xrland Prcs-'thc result of a shoitlng at the • f ' ltw 'Vf* nt rivrr lwal - Us t!ir f ct 0: Protes'ar.t-.Duke home early today. j drive Diesel engines wnl develop naticnal capital. Oovfrnrnmt cials, tncludlng those in charge r>' aviation, will cooperate with thf Menlence. Public Theatre Building at Helena Honors Awa II Flyers n,^wi-«Jc».:^ rt ^i t »™*. ^,-, ™- Cosle and Maiirice Bcllo^e, heroe, ^K™^°^™^ (Contlnuoo on pagq three) here. 10.887: Presbyterian Church in the J wo'.mdcd in the A.. 7223: Cmnbe: byterian church. 14.499: Protes'at't;Duke home early today Episcopal church. Mil2: Roman ; Dukc _ 1)ol , cc My shol llls wlfo Calljolic church. 2-1.743: all others.. Bnd j^,,, nn(i thm nt tempted to kill 2.600 horsepower which, accordin" to waterway officials will make h the most poveifui river cr.ift in Ihe world. Will Install Modern Front at Famous Store , SfLriTta*™!, 1 ^ !^ Britain Readv to Advance Waterway Project Money WASHINGTON. Sept. 3 (UP)—A proposed plan to finance the $!.• CGO.OOOO.POO St. Lawrence waterway project, whereby Great Britain would advnuce half Ihe cost. \vas placed before Secretary Mellon today by H. C. Ilawkin. L'-ndon hlmrelf. Mrs.. Duke told police her husband's jealousy caused the :hocling. Duke is said ID have hit i his wife over Ihe head with the | frj or g an ' s Private Yacht Aground on Maine Coast DARK HARIiOR. Me.. S?pt. i (UP)-Fcar that Ihe world's big i and tried to reason with him be- ' Famous store, with T/>:n°, f 0 , e he. was shot. The boy and' Fsaac.s as manager, is (o Invr a. mothcr , llpn „„ from lnc "| lonle lew front which will be mod?™ in . an d Uuke is said to have shot a' ' . , , p ,,„ „,... •very respect, .n addition to it. new ; ^ , ^^^"red a shot j f^^' n 4F '^^ ' : less was expressed by coast guards : today when hinii lides failed So r> \ float the stranded craft. T i• i i Tho magnlfiren; vessel, latmch- Upsets on Hiehwav 61 icd at Bath " e " tlia " r ' vc manih '' j ago. grounded or. !.obs:er rock nea'- Russell Blair, local insurance' Cellose L5h "' d ^-/'iSembic""! the -cene of the Grounding thir ONLY ONE REMAINS 'turned over on Highway Gl enroute • n '?™. in!! ' tsllod l ° " 10VC Ul ° ""«' ALIQUIPPA. Pa.- (UP* — O! " ln B "" 11 " Ml1 i^e^ei women who manned street here during the Grace Gross I: remains In active service today. I when the driver failed in an effort A grandmother and head of a fam- to turn Ihe car back onto the ily of eight. Mrs. Gross has never ; highway it Mmicd over almost 1 learned to drive an automobi'.r. but i completely demolishing the ma-! Thc roof. A special lighting system, i of sheet rock with marble slabs at : the- base will feature the twa rtis-'[}„...11 Rl a :_' play windows now being rcn-.M- lv -"" e!1 ™" elecl. Tl'.c work is expceied to be " ii c hc^ In twr> weeks. M Mr u ,^. G ' Sudbur >' ' 5 °™" n ' : Russell Blair, local tl;e b " lldin S- . agent, narrowly scaped serious In.' jury Isle yesterday when his car : ' ' turned over on Highway Gl cnroute ' 14 to Stecle. Mo. j' cars i According lo reports one ot the hc World War. Mrs. : wheels of Blair's machine slipped "I ope" is the only one who o IT the pavement into a rut and LlC o :> According to Smith related the story Mrs after finding th Slate \Vill Rear Loss LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 3. (UP) — he attorney general's office will egln ail immediate- Investigation Jf the dynamiting of the slate own- ] ed Garland. CllYi today- •.-'' Ally.-Ocii!"' Ma'T"'NbTw6otf''saT(ty h •*• --"-r'l The damage Incurred by the dy- lamlllng will be charged .lo Ihe slate. Justin M. Matthews, mcm- ier of the highway commission said. Ic said the highway commission vli! urge an Intense investigation. Will -Broadcast Revival Musical Programs Daily Dally broadcasting, to begin in lie morning, will be a new feature of the evangelistic meetings now .11 progress at the First Presby- .crian church. The 15 minute periods, beginning at, 11:15 will • bs uadc up principally of music, 'with Dr. Samuel L. Jockel reading :\ scripture nnd briefly commenting .ipon it. The daily Bible lessons, each morning nre increasing in attendance with many visitors from other churches. It Is not too" late to begin the study, according to Dr. Joekel. who is teaching the life of Christ for 45 minutes beginning at 10 o'clock. At last night's service, Dr. Joekel challenged the church people in hLs sermon on ''How-to Have a Ftvivnl." Telling them to follow the Lord, he said this must be done before there is n revival In ths church , no matter who is the evangelist. The night services begin at 7:45 o'clock with the children's choir practicing at 7:30. The Rev. 0. drier Davis, of Osccola. Is in charge of the music with Miss Leone Calicutt as accompanist. body of her husband, he was apparently kiliEd by a negro. She stilled that a noise awakened her in a room across from thfit of her husband and when she got up she saw a negro with a flashlight tending over her husband's bed. She screamed and the negro fled. However. Dr. G. W. Phtpps arrived nt the house in 15 minutes, and staled Smith had been dead for two ho:irs. thus arousing suspicion. Three Win Freedom on Illicit Liquor Charges A charge of illegal possession of. liquor against Jimmy Jones was dismissed in police court this morning and Mrs. Ella Wright and Mrs. Susie Bryant were acquitted on similar charges.^ ': I Stolen Car Fulfills Owner's Prediction Expelled from Prussia BERLIN Sept (UP)— The she is right at hcme in '.he : chine. Blair escaped or's seat ol a street car. a few i minor ;ci niches it Is understood. Prussian government today order ed the expulsion of Jack "L;gs' Diamond. New Yoik cansster. HOT SPRINGS. Ark.—When Bill Briggs, local garage electrician, informed police his car had besn stolen hc told them It the thieves drove It more than to-mlles an hour it would burn up. The charred remains of Brl?g's German Atlantic Flyer Leaves Cleveland Today CLEVELAND. Sept. 3. <UP>- Caplaln Wolfgang von Grannu. German trans-Atlantic flyer, toot of! from the Lake Erie dock today for Xew York after spending th? night her? while repairs were made on the gas line of his Dornler Wahl nyliiR boat, Captain Gronau Intended lo stop off here yesterday afternoon to re- car was found on the Arkadelphla | (uel B . ni , e en routc from ch , cago road several hours later. The speed- | wlwre he altmded the national air oineter was stuck at 25 miles an „„,.; hour. ' ' WEATHER ARKANSAS—Partly clctidy tonight and Thursday; cooler In LOW WATER LEVEL TARENTUM, Pa., (UP)—The Allegheny River reached the lowest level in 36 years at Rimerton in the drouth this summer, it was revealed when the water fell below a rock carved with initials during the record drouth of 1894. the northwest portion tonight. ft, was 97 degrees here yesterday with n minimum temperature of 71 degrees, according to Francis Carpenter. olTlclal weather observer.

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