Served by the United Press BLYTHEVBLLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXVII—No. ]f>3 v«"ey N Scr. .HLYTIIKVII,!,!-:, ARKANSAS. FRIDAY, SKI'TKMHKIi U. [!):!() SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS JOE ROBINSON FOR PRESIDENT Hurricane Hits North Carolina Coast Broken Wire Commuiiica- tions Hide Story o( Destruction By Storm. MOREHEAD CITY, N. C., Sept. 12. (UP)—A storm of marked Intensity struck tin? Cape Lookout icction along the southeast North Carolina coast today. Heavy rain and high wind made up the disturbance which at this1 city appeared steadily increasing In | intensity. Streets were running > rivulets this afternoon. i The extent, .of the storm Imms- i diately could not be checked ar, tel- i Escaped Lion Roams Through Circus Crowd PORT ROYAL, Penn.. Sept 12. (UP)—A lion which escaped Iroin his cage nt n circus here roamed 15 minutes ainoua a crowd of 15,000 persons last night before It was discovered. "Ijook al the big dog." shout- cd a little girl. • The lion promptly roared an; .several women fainted. Clrctir men lassoed [lie animal whih> slate patrolmen slocxl wit drawn revolvers. HELP IFHTEI1 I Young Men-Plan Campaign to "Laugh Off" Prohibition By NOLKX HUI.I.OCII 'im-cled ill any way with other or- : (Copyright. 1930, by Dulled Press)!' t-iiiizntloiis Ilghlini! proliibltion but GUT MIES 8F , Little Actual Need in i kansas Now Survey by 1 Officials Reveals. LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 12. (UP) — " j Diminishing of "mob hysteria" nnd I strong organizations to provide for the event of cold weather are the I chief points emphasized by Red ; Cross workers and relief counnit- i Ices in drouth stricken sections of the stale. Relieving .the citizenry of Ihc "hysteria" is one ol the main things faced nt the present, tin LI1TLE HOCK. Sept, 12. (Ul>)-! An organization of young men. t ,. j be nationwide In character, which! I will "attempt to luiij;li the 18lh r-1 amendment" oil of Ihe statnti books, has been formed here tc c cek the repeal of the prohibition aws. the United Press learned upon- highly reliable authority today. A charter is now being. prepared for the organization and will be ephone communications cast of here SforpTlHp)- . Prprinitaiinn 1 workers £nld - irtccl out of order. Word T, ^. Capitation while cases of privation were reported out of order. Word j had come here from Blaufort. N i C., a few miles east of here, how- j .ever, that a similar condition ex- | isted there. j Here Exceeds That of Three Months Preceding have The approach of the storm bore out government forecasts that the hurricane that struck Santo Domingo last week apparently had tsained new .strength nnd probably trike the North lina Yesterday's rain of ' what they 1.12 inches j '"« l«st. been found. It was said in many cases complaints were made when persons found they were not having were accustomed to was the heaviest rainfall since May i A general jurvcy indicated thai 13 when 1.31 Inches fell, according i the class of persons usually hit by to the official weather observer, I I such disasters were the-ones suf wouk 1 Francis Carpenter. ' fering mainly. Caro There has. been more rain since I Will Investigate Each Case coast, tilts afternoon. Winds ' September 1 than there was in j Machinery of the Red Cross ha- which struck Morehead City from June, July and August when a to- I been set up and will he In"opera- the southeast likewise bore out file tal of l.iG inches Jell. Since Mon- | Uon throughout the winter, accord- Washtiigton repoit, day 2.07 inches has wet the Ihirst- t ng to Albert Evans, assistant cii Major communities In the Indl- i ed ground. j itclor. Surveys of families in the .cated path of the storm are New- ; . I drouth area is made by county burn, Kingston and Goldsboro, on I CSCEOLA, Ark, Sept. 12. — A | Comm i ltw5 who report to the gai- a southeast io northwest line tc ! rainfall of 1.20 inches which fell.^^ headquarters here. The chap the state capital at Raleigh. : here between five and six o'clock .. ters are dealing only with Individ- died next week, it was said. The original members arc said to be composed of young men. al' college men, who are under the age ot 30. The purpose of the organization, it was learned, will be to fichl. prohibition "through ridicule." Following Its Incorporation the group plans to make It nationwide in Us membership, calling upon college men to form Its pcrsonne' Thirty youiin business men here are said lo form the nucleus of UIL- original group. Attorney are drawing up the charier and an emblem, ridiculing prohibition, has been adopted, il was said. The group is said not to be con- dccidcd (hat repeal of ihc eiuhl mull amendment was a "Job for t!ie youth of the country lo pin* over' 1 lus members are said nut tc i advocate drinkiui; especially Im' Sl'illp For Tllis Yeav Fix lo led thai Hie ••clshtceiuh aim-mi-'' U1 Illls> ' Ldl ' 1X menl hns put Hie United Stales In a ridiculous position and ho|x' to I'.iugh the amendment off the statute Ixwks." The names of Ihe iiipmlH'rs will not be revealed until after Hie application for .1 dialler has been filed. 'The United Press was told llial Ihe members expect their ideas which they say are different from any other antl-prohlbltlon grou to spread rapidly and lh:tl a lar^e selective membership will be form- eel. Formation of the organization has been under way fur time. II was said. Oiliccrs of (he organl/ailon will j Dry Solon in Switch to Repeal WASHINGTON. Sept. 12. iUPl- Hi-peul of the lath amendment and I Mate control nf llt|»or was ndvo- ' • . . . c.ucd unlay by Senator Hnrlon K. , Program for Next AdminiS- Wheeler. Democrat. Montana, loup ! • • n \- i i A i-i'iiimtt-d as a prohibitionist. i Ivatiort Uutliued by liov- Wlii-i-li>r is the first senator gen- i .(•rally ro B .inleil as a (Ivy lo ndvu- c.iic IV\M:\\ of tin; prohibit!™ I „,.,,„,. G11101 HOT SPRINGS,. Ark. ; Scpt. : 12. ! ill!')—Senator Joseph T. Robinson: of Arkansas today was ciidoi\ed by ' the slate Democratic convention as la nominee for president in 1932. I The nominating speech for Hob- j Inson was made by Congresiuan ' Claude Fuller of Eureka Springs, 'and threw the convention .Into an uproar of cheering. .'• Robinson was described by Full- Ihe district's money lasts. i<t,infinPA D' r ' 1 i ; cr as the "ablest statesman In FoHoivluB a brief meeting of the >P-1UU,UUU JMVCl', I'Veigtll ; America today and the most influ- Tcrmiiials Scheduled fbri 011 "" 1 "'"" m Washington with the T • T i i possible exception of the president, Inspection loday. who retains some influence because ' 1XCC by Contracts Signed Last Sprmy. Tciii'luTs 111 the public srhnols of lilylhi'Vlllc will duiw (heir salary checks as usual, at least us long as school board this nfternoon it was announced that suggestions lhat a ID flT HELENS solution to tile district's financial dlffindics be suiiahl through salary reductions could.not be fnllott'- ed. Inasmuch as the mailer uf . teachers' salaries for the year w:is I some- j settled In contracts signed Insl |.spring. The boanl was unanimous In AHOAKD THE STEAMBOAT receive no salaries and all money j agreciui; that It would be neither raised through the membership | ify contracts entered Into In good be used in the canOalcn lo lie conducted by Ihc new or«:uii- 7ation which lias not yet adopted a name. Bureau Issues yesterday afternoon is the heavist j ua | famines suffering after all oth- ! precipitation tlncc May 18th, ac- WASH1NGTON. Sep'.. 12. (UP)— ' crrding to the government cb?erver The tropical hurricane which virtually demolished Santo Domlngr several .days ago turned up aloni ' ' the North with ing here. er resources have been i', was said.' Although the state chamber The.'rain was a relief to parched ] commerce is urging that farmer: gardens and did no material dam-; save their stock, no relief can. be Carolina coast today j age to the cotton crop, according, provided for them in the way o' revived strength after mov- ' to local farmers, who for the past ' furnishing feed until a -late crop about the Gulf and across j month have feared that breaking ; grown. Recent rains were expect The United Stales weather bu rcau issued n warning advising is grown. Recent rains were expected a j to aid in quick grass which ma' that the disturbance, while of stage than the drouth has smaller diameter, was of hurricane | intensity and said its center would move over the North Carolina coast south of Beaufort. Weather bureau officials explained the hurricane as having smaller diamele; . but considerable force at the cen . ter and said it might cause damage : in a restricted area if the path lay ! I nf the drouth would result in continued season of wet weather ! help sonic. Until the present little more harmful to the crop rit this | stock has been sold to meet needs, t ! across a populous section. j The bureau warning was "Hnrri- i ranc winds warning displayed from ; the southeast coast o! North Carolina to Beaufort, N. C., and southeast storm warning north o 1 ' ! Beaufort to the Virginia Capes. Dis- i tiirbance of small diameter bu? j with hurricane Intensity near ihc' Trying to Enter Life, Dr. Samuel Joekel Declares. been. . il was said. Where persons are actually suffering from want, local chapters (if the Red Ctoss investigate and aid them. Loans Will Aid Banks The organizations of credit loan associations in Ihe drouth stricken areas will probably follow Ihe system adopted during tile flood pe- iods. Fanners will receive little actual money but the money will V' likely be parceled to Ihe small b&nks in the drouth territory tc prevent- wholesale failures, it war , said. Loans to farmers considered "Three Times center, which was near Frying Pan ' Life" will be tht *,.»^^ .••cuioav.-u Shoals at 8 a. m. The center likelv by Dr. Samuel L. Jcekel In his ser- i vlrtuall y 103C in Every MM -, j "Poor risks." will not be made, thus subject discussed e ' ! '" inatin ? ' hc , nrmc " who llavc t , all m he present move inland over the North imou at the First Presbyterian i droutn - len ™6 muc h . ° ' !le mer ' Carolina coast south of Bcaufori j church evangelistic nieeting"io'ii»ht I clmnl5 ot llle con T llnit L cs , to c "" this afternoon nnd 111?!! diminish beginning at 7:-i5 o'clock ' ° ' I rs '" the farmers through the win- in intensity." There will be no services Satur- ' ler ' day except for the broadcast at- Farmcr5i without collateral will . 11:15 a. m. for 15 minium r..— ', ''"" l=> loot: to the Rc * Cr055 and ,.. . : KLCN and the revival will close ' clher organizations for actual re to Visitors ! Sunday evening after two weeks of ' lief if " e has no secllntv - Smal; One of Trio Who Robbed Louisiana Bank Suicides, When Surrounded. KENTWOOD. La.. Sept. 12 (UP) —Surrounded by possincn one of three robbers who Icoted the Kent- wccxl bank of approximately S9.000 yesterday had ended his life with his own gun while crouched in a tree and two others today had eluded officers and bloodhounds in tho dark mazes of a swamp. $5,000 of the plunder, strewn in the fields and swamps by the fleeing trio, was recovered, Two of the men entered the bank and forced John Tate and John Mc- Gce, assistant cashiers, into a vault, seized the money and darted to an automobile in which a third man waited. A posse was quickly formed and folloxved. The men abandoned their car and fled across Ihe fields. One. slightly wounded by buckshot, climbed Into a tree and fired at the p-ssenien until only one cartridge was left in his revolver. With this Grand Leader Awards uidim ^rtJcr "««'«> High School Students Strike for Shorter Day WATERTOWN. Mass.. Sept. 12 (UP)—Watertowji hlgji school students continued their strike for shorter hours today. A 15 minute increase in school hours at yie opening of the school year led some 160 young boys and girls to desert al the 1:30 o'clock recess yesterday and march through the downtown section in protest. The high school group was augmented last niuht by junior high school slikleuls. faith by (he teachers, practicable nor fuir to seek lo mod- Salaries Arc Law Following the mcdlna members ot the board said that while the contracts made consideration ol salary changc.s impossible at lliU. nine it was the conviction of the board that even if circumstances were such as lo permit readjust', ments it would be extremely dlt- fkult to make any material saving nnd at the same time maintain jlhe present quality of 'instruction. ot his appointive power." Dr. Charles Brough. former gov- MISSISSIPPI ON THE MISSIS-' cruor, toW' the convention he. had SIl'PI. Sepl. 12. (UP)—The $100.- ' iusl relumed from Ihe east whero 000 river frclghl terminals al Ilel- i lie conferred with dov. Franklin D. ena. Ark., were selected for In- I Roosevell ot New York and Gov. spcr.lion today by Secretary of WarJAlbeil C. Ritchie of Maryland: ; Hurley utid ins parly of officials. , Broucli quoted Roosevelt as say- llmlcy's hilcrcst In the tcrml- Ins: "My hat may be in the rhig imls is shared by Mai Gen. T, Q. | but 1 am having trouble with Tam- Ashburn, director of the Inlnur. imany. 1 assure you as governor of Waterwavs Corporation, who point- i New Vork lhat if 1 cannot obtain cd out to Ihc parly that these si- the nomination there Is not man I nut terminals, bulll by a city o' 0,000 persons, already arc profit earning. During his trip to Helena loday Hurley had an opportunity lo inspect some ol the flood control works on thr- rlvor below Memphis had rather support than Senator Robinson." Ritchie was quoted by Brough as saying: "If T cannot be nominated myself my strength will go to Robinson." , where yesterday lie assured ofllclali I - Parntll Tells Program Ihe administration would flood control and navrgatlon Im. Figures compiled by the county I nrovements as rapidly as sound ci- ' 'superintendent's office show that I onomics nn:l I Ihe Diytheville salary schedule Is permit I very substantially below the "mcdi- . inn for cities of this size Ihrough- I out the country, while the proper! lion cl the district's income spoilt engineering, would Survey to List Ch School Members. lor teachers salaries, 65 per cent, • ranks with the lowest In the coun- j try- i Slnmlaids Maintained I In an analysis of the local school ~ 1 situation prepared some time ago : M:ss Willie Una-urn, county superintendent, declared: •"Die Blytheville teachers are hcldinsr this school at a standard comparable to the best schools ot this size In the United States In ! of the fuel that their salaries lower." Salaries in the Blytheville schools are low when Die. standards of the >rk n • w; i wrn s« i v W1K? " "IB standards of tl baptist Workers Will Make ] schools and the amount of wo. de " lall<Ied of teachers is taken m-ri iu i in -.1,110 consideration, it was declared by Cecil Shane, prcsldenc of the board. He P oint ^ out erc teachcrs HOT SPRINGS,-- Sept. 12 tUP) : — policies which he will follow during his coming ..^ministration were outlined today by Gov. Harvey Parncll at the Dempcratc state convention concluding. Us two_/ r dny [state meeting. v " v£ L.Parncll declared the nwjorsfcct . mm Sunday school teachers, officers | W(1L and workers of the First Baplisl | ycar'^crPrcd'Hced!'''^' church wil! take a religious cen- j child is spent each yea sus of Hie city Sunday nfternoon . crs salaries than is spent by the be rcorgiiiiizatfcri — .... - :rnmcnl. He said the state road wosrain would bo continued arid a, system of farm to market would be 'worked out during Ihc next two CitV Wide Program ToOlC i He urged a further reduction of , , f /-,• • slate property taxes, at. Luncheon ot' LlVlC -i believe," Parnell said, "exe- Pliik Yoctttivliv clltlve c 1 -" 1 '™? should be. granted. UIUD lesieiCiaj. sparingly to prisoners but should ~ i be granted when circumstances Jus- OSCEOLA, Ark.. Sept. 12.-A city | ll[y lt However, no lawyer will be wide jiaviiiK project for 1 Oscfola (ncrnl | Ue[1 to build up a pardon thai will Include the principal bus-; business No pardon or-' furlqtij'h*' Incss and residence streets In the' wlu be gr[m tcd because of "the town was discussed at the Osccola . p rom i nC |i Ce of the prisoner or his Civic Club luncheon meeting yester- attorney. ^ R y~ ! Kconomy Is Great Need Dr. C. M. Harwell talked on the \ "Believing that no people ' are oroposcd project and County Judge | truly free who are unjustly taxed, reduction In the ut thai at Osccola Gco. W. Barham rf Blytheville, who , I favor a further s sa]nr|C5 f0 r [his ' *' asn visitor at the merting. made state tax on propert «aa IL-II in nis revolver, wiin uus — nu-Dm..;!! ^- . • he killed himself to escape cap- beginning «t 2 o'clock. The pur- . ^'Mhcville district. ture. He had not been today. s ei vices " Mis. Herbert Browning and J. P. The Bible lessons closed today Lee of Tomato won first prizes In . with the largest attendance since the Grand leader opeiKng yester- ; they started two weeks ago. "The . day for which each will receive i Life of Christ" was studied from hats. To (lie lady goes her choice ! the book of John which ereally in- and Mr. Lee has a Style Park mod- : terestcd all who heard him. el - i Speaking on Ihe theme "Specu- Miss Mary Alice Taylor won pa- i lating on Life" from Proverbs 29'1 jamas for second ladies' prize. Dr. Joekel had f, ' ' loans, it is understood, can bs Sl rtll ta neces- o " M ™ «'" ^ npces Legion Post to Install Officers Next Tuesday pcse of this census is to ascertain ! the number of Sunday school mem- ' Local Man Wounded in bert in Blylhcvlllc. Following the survey as the first . move for enlargement of the school, there will be classes held through ' for this 1 wus n vlsucr nl lnc meeting, maac stale lax on property that is weigh- more per I n s ' lor t" ' ftl ' c discussing the advant- : ing down and sapping the vigor of each year for teach- n ^ cs °' a i ' m " ar Project accom- '• the home owner in city and county. I pllshcd In Blytheville some years : "And with reduction, Indeed as a, ago. ' : condition precedent' to it, there. C. 1,. Moore Jr.. local Red Cross : "inst be strict economy in every. Chairman dlEcu.wed the function of : n:lrt of ln!! governmental estab-. the Red Cross organization and Ushmcnt. The government of this had for his central E - A - Il ' ce ' newly elected com- Etina Jeltick shoes were won bv thought last evening that God 'isJmander of Dud Cason post. Amer- Mis Clardy Garrett and the men's j always trying to come into the lives' icon Lcston, and other officers for second prize was an Arrow shirt; O f men s-> as to regulate them "God ' the >' ear 1930-31, chosen last month, awarded Raymond Esary. Both Miss j | s insistent on this To do thls lwl " te formally imlalted at a post Prances Parker and Mrs. Mabebl | G od enters into three different -,<• i cilnl " >r n rat Tuesday, 7 p.m.. al Watts received hosiery while the t i 0115 toward nlan H| <• tt \ tht . oiencoc Grill. same honors among the men went | lovin ^ fi-eoiieni-'anrt ir, r. tr iTr.i.h ««<.,„,.. »^ri n »i« i . •" ." L 1"eni ana severe." in • The program will Include brief to L. H, Welch, pajamas, and a tie ' c-ntinulng his dlscoura^'he saw re P° r ' s of'post activities durins th= could F E ' * ' " 1 ° 1 ' ll ' S P 055 ^' 6 for m ™ to reject j " ast J ' ear ; an ; ( J a disc " sslo » ofu ^ c gould. Countcrfeit MonCV Is " the advances of God but that 11 P r °8 ram - al ll |lie Trotter will sin: l ' 1e Comin 8 year. Wil- destroyed. r* 111 "•» i ' Mrs L Passed on Local Merchant c. oner he does this he will certainly be | All member of Dud Cason past D a , ' invited to the dinner, wl » be no cha for Officers Continue Search for Negro Driver Blamed for Death of Woman. RUSSELLVILLE, Ark,, Spt. 12. ( UP)—A search was continued today for Bob Gibson, negro, who struck and killed a white woman and Injured her IG-year-old daughter with his automobile, driving while allegedly drunk. The negro fled following the accident. Feeling still ran high but offi- | cerrs now believe they can thw'art Federal secret service agents have been here this week seeking a def- inil ciue to the Identity of a man ! who left a counterfeit ten dollar j Will Face Auto Thef t bill with a local merchant in ex- „, . »ncu aces" for a duet accompanied! bv ' crvatlms ' l><» v « ver - mllst be raadc | Miss Leone Callicott. " : with R - J - Do<1 ' son not later tnnn ] n « ne next OftJerS Last.TrOOpS „, . nS Charge at Jackson, Miss,' Withdrawn from Germany change for $9.20 in cash and tobacco valued at 80 cents. It was first believed that several | A member of the sheriff's f n -™ ' GENEVA, Sept. 12' (UP) — The ! 01 the counterfeit bills might have i at Jackson, Miss.. Is due here tortiv 'a- 1 vestige of military occupa-; been distributed here but only one j !o return Ralph Perett to thil pltv i tlon ln Ellr °P- wa5 ordered remov- ! has shown up to date, it Is nnd?- j to face charges In connection with ct! loday when the League of Na- slood with another turned up In the theft of an automobile Minis cnmcil pnssed a resolution for the western section of the county. ; Perrett was picked up on suspi- : tnc withdrawal of 300 allied so'.- j Franco-i ,„ .. „, „ . . anno imn °, S m^l appioMmatcly $2,300.000. m s had his gas tank filled but ! impression it w-uld have on Ger\^™ 1 ™Hln B Wnieut for 1 1 ' man voters in the Reichstag elec- Order. • i tlon Sunday. The woman, Mrs. Irene Harlln. •iO, was killed Instantly. "Heart Hungry" Is To Start Saturday "Hearl Hungry," Laura Lot' Brookman's latcsl serial storv will begin in the Courier News Saturday, September 13th. Announcement was made earlier during the week that thl- new story by one of America's best known fiction writer? would start today but the firs! chanters of this novel of fas' action and romance will br printed tomorrow. Watch for il! Leg Near State Line . Jess Sullivan, local man, had his ncxt. week each evening at 1:15 left !rg broken in two places when o'clock. The Rev. Lonnie Mourn- he was struck by a bulle! while in um, state field worker, and the Missouri, said to have been neai Rev. A. S. Harwell, pastor, will con- the vicinity of the state line. Wcd- ducl the lessons and John B. Lane, j nesday. educational director, will supervise Sullivan, according to the sher- ' ^ et ^ Cross, and numbers of appll- ;tnted that it was 'primarily a dls- slat e should be reorganized and be aster rclkf organization and , 10 t '. 1""- ° n n sound busineis basis. This, an agency for dispensing charily, ' cannot be done by pious wishes. except under certain specific cir- ! This undertaking will be my major cumstances. effort during Ihe next 'session of A local custom has grown here : <h* legislature." Thc . excclltive according to Mr. Moore of sending t . c . exc every applicant for charity to the tlncau ,y°, a , th " Bct and lntcd cut c nferenccs. : i/I's office here, clainTeJ he was walking across a field In company cants from remote parts of the county appeal to the organization accomplishments under It and'the of the Arkansas highway : system. is murh t ne g nia 'n A single square inch of scalp, It v.-lth others when someone sudden- I nlmost daily, many of whom are not has been estimated, contains about)!)' started shooting and he was' n Qctlla l nr- J -•••• -••seven hundred and forty-four hairs, i slruck by one of the bullets. navc l10 P arl • -j Cross funds concentrated In Osce- '• Searcy Man Promptly Acquitted of Murder SEARCY. Ark.. Sept. 12 (UP)— Twenty minutes after Lee Griffith, ;29. wenl on trial here on a first de- . . gree murder charge, lie was ac- d by thD ci «is'.ian Workers, —=••-• b ' u womans organization of the First quitted. Griffith killed Newt iicwman, 40, In a gun battle near here. Griffith pleaded telf defense. "JIURDEIT NETS 5329.10 DECATUR. 111. (UP)—Fifteen jmen were arrested 0:1 charges of and who anyway ; *i d , ™ f of T ' tlcular claim upon Red i Th . deus H. Caraway of Arkansas Is ov- ! tion. is elected, he declared at the of the county are negligible. Twenty-two members attended yesterday's meeting, which was held n the club rooms of the Court House here. The luncheon was Christian Church. Will End Baptist Mission i state Democratic convention here. ; "I 'am a farmer, a shade tree farmer," Caraway explained. "WJien Wocdrow Wilscn was president I owned a good plantation in Craighead county. "After Harding went out of office," said Senator Caraway, "I had ] an equity In that plantation. By : the time Coo'.ldge got through I retained an echo, and when Hoov- it .• T • i . retained an echo, and when Hoov- Meeting lonightler has nnUhed his first term, due i to Republican prosperity, I will Tnc revival of the First Baptist ' have but a memory." church mission station is closln-, 1 ' Senator Caraway predicted that eamb!lng here recently after po _ „..., _ , ,_„ ;ilce had raided an apartment fol- tonight when the Rev. Earl Burks if the Democrallc'party telectsYhe ; lowing n report that a nlan had Wln Preach on "The Tragedy of' right le.ider in Ihe nest campaign l been murdered. Tne murder re . ; Neglect." Miss Luna B. Wilhelm is i it will elect its nominee president port proved ,1 iioax but the raid re. I ln charge of the music with Mrs i [stilted In replenishing the city' Patl1 Tlptou leading the singing, j treasury lo tl.e extent of $320.io! Slncc Ihe. cvaugelitic meettlng which represented the fines paldi opciled t 1 '"^ nave been a number by the 15. of conversions and much interesi aroused by the ministerial student. | I JOKE OX THE THIEVES i FREEMAN. S. D. <UP>—Housebreaking thieves who noticed a 15- Sincc the. cvaugelitic meettlng Ma<;nn<; Mppr Tnnicrht 'Pened there have been n mimh.r masons meet lOHlgnt tiiin, Vft i „ - _ ,, • "i^BMinf ijin:\t;i luiu [luuLvrj u 13" Ihm's Demo r,i , U!h C "°-: gal!on Barrel carefully stowed ucucvcu t ret; '""L,° C 'r r . a 'i C »». " e «lv|way in the basement of Andrew, _ ; of the Chlckasawba F. and A. M. will hold , regular communication Friday i night. 7:30 o'clock. All are urged Slromboli Volcanic Area „ . ....- „„ Believed Free of Danger :Jd,""" ld and visttors nre wclcom ' WEATffiEfi - ARKANSAS—Partly cloudy to tonight ar.d Silurdsy y 'ihundersliowerj In norlli [portion.
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