The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 31, 1931 · Page 1
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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ADIANUAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION VOL. XXVH—NO. 272 Blythevllle Courier, Tilythrivlllc Herald, Biytbevllle Dally Ne-vs, Mississippi Vnlley leader: BLYT1IKV1LLE, AHKANSAS, SATUHDAY, .JANUAHY 31. 11W Love Matcli SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS' World's Largest Plane Off On Ocean Flight Find Hotly in Rui " s O O nf P;,. rt af I>v Harrison Finns Make New rogram to Instilution Self-Sustaining. : A county convict farm, tvplcal 1 ci 1 the be.=t sell in Mississippi • cijiuity. easily accessible from all: purls rf til; 1 county, capable of i '^reducing a variety of food and ' ir.oney crops to make i it self-sus-' ; laininir aivl with sufficient cut- ' ' ever "crease to keerj convicts busy clciM'if.c land—such is ilic farm Ooitntv jL'd^e Z:U B. Harrison be- ; Kevcs he has secured f**r Misuss- '• i;j[;i countv'.s first publicly r.v.-ne'J, , and m.:->rat?d farm in the r.aB-ncie ' ; Matthew 3. Maxwell tracl pur- I j ch-ised recently. ! ! The farm lies about a mile and | ' a holf ncrlhvvest of Luxora. an? , i mite north of the first curve High- : ]'.lay CI makes south of Lux'ra I when the principal highway In j 1 thc county is Joined by thc Luxora- : I Little River road. The farm may; 1 be approached from the southern ! i end of the county by Hltrhvay Gl ' Ii-.'iv's .MI engagement thai seams' except for the mile stretch M good' MIIO '.. "lu.ki." Gus Sunrwnlic-ry, I ,|j:t road beyond the highway,i Mic-tune claimant of the heavy-| f rom the western section over the | weight wresllhis i:han:pionship. i.;; i.usoia-Littie River road, which re-'. :l.oiv:i elciuo:ir:irai;r.(f hi, "head liable nnncr rep:ris- will to hard-, luck" en prei!y ?.I:,ne Dorothy E1-; EMI faced bv the state highway lie-i l:ct of EDlincnl, Mass. The iorm?r \ parlintnt this summer, and from Dartmouth foo-.ba'.l star and Miss | tl-.e nerth by' CI t-> the Luxora. i curve or hy a shorl cut two miles' The c!o.'C-up at the left strikingly lllusUates the Bijr.mlc : :re n[ the Dornler DO-X. \\orld''. larfif.: plane, built to accomodate ISO lassensers, ihitn h:is sinned u .light across list! soulli All.i!it:i' to Brazil. Below ii h shown In flight. The DO-X Is cxpecU'd to visit the United Sinus after completing Its Atlantic crossing. of Fire at Dymbur& r=r~- Snow Quo UVKRSllUltti. TENN.. Jon 31 lUI'l—Tin- body of Jos Prln'! 55, j Inlxirer. was i ccoveri'd In the ruins of 11 it;oinli;>! house swept by lire here early today. Price, tint 1 of several icmners living In HID luviii 1 frame dwelling, was found In bod In his sc-con:l; story room. H h believed he wn.; sufl'ocateil by smoke before nwnk- , cnliiij. Olbrr roomers narrowly o- '• caped dentil. The lire. confined to one build- ; Ing. caused damage npproxlmlin;; M'vcial thousand dollars. Naval Officers Will Hoar Charges Against Marine 1 Cori)s General. Elliott, who is a student at U'lani i Powers School, are to be mauled; soon- Slill Happy north of Luxora. Will i:si- Old Buildings At the southeast corner or Ihe' p farm, first touched by the rcadlraiTar lending frrm Highway 61 curve, | near Luxora, is n jnodest and com-, furtable farm-house. This homcj will be occupied by the superiu-j t-»ndont of the farm \vhen it 1$ op Claim for $3,000 Flood Damage Denied by 9 to 3 Vote. i-r.»-l. probably next week or thei A ] • m !.!:;,. .,.„. ! terday rendered a G to 3 re-!k sftc-r. ; A four-rr.cm tenant house on tic southern boundary of. tl:e farm, ; situated half way across the tract j fieri the sii^orinLcncicnt-'s hoi A jury in circuit court Inte ye.i- a Q to 3 verdict in favor of the defendant Frisco railroad in a S3.0CO damage ac-1 tion brought by R. N. Farrar, form- j DO-X Flies to Canaries En Route. Across Atlantic LAS PALMAS, Canary Islands. ! Jan. 31 (UP)—Thc flying boat DO- j X arrived here today at 2:10 P. M. l after a flight from Lisbon on the firs', stage of its trans-Atlantic flight to Brazil, and thence north- v, ard to New York, i The Do-X, the largest Hying boat In the world, carried its six passengers and 13 members of the crc-w over thc 700 mils route from Lisbon to Las Palmas In six hours .and 50 minutes, averaging sllght: ly better than 100 miles per hour. The cratt landed easily off Las Paimas. the i was disniijsed when attorneys for of |Lon Wat'con voluntarily t>;ok a nor:- "Gtil! happily jnanied" a:e th: Mal-.itriiiati rf Indore and his American v.ifc. tile fcrm?r Itli.^s Nancv Miller of Sr.nitlc, Mich. They arei l >i ;e . to be remodeled and made into j The action by Farrar was 1 'lc-epin» quarters for the convicts. • olll y w out of seven cases which i A two room resro "shot-gun" house i were tried against the railroad i nearby is to b3 joined lo the !arg- j jointly, to reach the jury. Five ol i er house and used as the mess hall j the actLcns were dismissed by the j ar.d kitchen for the convict camp.; court upholding the motion of 'Lumber: from two other small Frisco attorneys that the statute of | houses -jn the farm will probably | limitations had run against ..their- '^r^-'-v-rs/d- ~!n'-£f ecti}:g'-&'- barn near^dauses of'actiih: The'sixth' attfcirf i the convict house. | A bis part of the 2CO acres cultivated land in the tract i GUit yesterday morning. ; r.treichep between the superintend-, The seven actions were brought! put's houre and the proposed filclasainst the railroad alleging cb- [ of the convict camp end back to-j struction of natural drainage by j ward Ditch 31,' the largest in the,th» railroad along its right of way J county, which divides the farm into [ near Roseland during the 11)27 two parts. I high water. The plaintiffs sought Probably 20 acres are now in al-1 oamajes- of approximately S30.MO . lalfa from which a first ciittinfr ! may be expected in late April or ! May. A big uart of tie remaining j 1 acres in cultivation will be put in cotton but not until sufficient acreage has been set aside on which to raise feed crrns for the firm ir.reaies and livestock Judge Hnrrirr" -t>T?s. Will Clear .More Land i competing railroads will match III? On the south side of Ditch 31 I Frisco'b Iv.o cent per mile passen- there is also a considerable amount i ger rate where their tracks are of c'jt--ver l^nd, approximately 70', in actual coniijetilion with the acres, whicii may be put. into some ; Frisco, cf crop this year WASHINGTON. Jan. 'Jl (UP)—, Dclcnsc counsel, judges and prose- j cutor had been named today for; the court marlhil of Major Oencr- : n! Smc-moy I). Duller, and official; Wnshinulon look"d forvvnrd to Hie! most Intporlara military trial held ! here sintn thnt of Uvlsrndior Genei 1 al Mitchell five yci\rs ago. Meaiuvhllf the Internatlonnl; nhase o[ th" now famous "Hutlev- ' Mussolini" incident, was definitely; closed with Hie Italian prlmt- minis- ] jincml Hcnkcr. above. Icr's. asMiriuur that "I consider [ pcttKkey Midi girl my --•--' New Jersey Congressman Urges Plan Sviogeslccl by . Wickersham Commission I m ± 18-yr-ar-old wlio was elected by popular vote us snow ([Ucen rf northern Michigan 1 !; winter sp-rt.';. will be entluoncd In :i the incident closed, which for part I have already forgotten. Innr.re llcllln The ft-.ilinn embassy Indicated- lii s festival at Petos-kcy. Feb. 11!. It waul;! take no connivance of a: siio 1;, oxix'rl al sklini:. . c eimie sneeeh in whicii Senator j mid Democrat. Alabama, rc-[ • to Mussolini as n "mad! Formers Musf Look lo F?d-'" : | crol Loans ic Provide for ' Livestock in Future. IJiMhunilmi by the Red Cioss i of lew! f.r livratcck wll come to j n virtual cm! in tl.-; (JhlckaMiwba .J : . district of Mississippi county to- • i | day. H. II. /,lehm. Red Cross field ' i icpre-.eiitutlve, was here this mor- nlns and udvised UIB local relief ' ; organization Ihul heioallcr- requi;- i itions for jcc-d are to be Issued '. >:. f V>y = cn ^ '° fanne-ra whose applications ' : i itr ledernl seed cud feed loans • ; h:' 1 ' • l.'en turned dov;n. i The county committee designated to pass upon federal feed ami me! liun applications before they nr._. sent to Memphis held Us first ir.ei'liii;: yesterday and approved fi.ni 1 aiipllcallons County Agent j- j.l.-E. Crun said this afternoon that • he ha<l six more applications - "'vnlilrm the commiUct's nltcntion. i These will probably be pa:;s=d upon • inn- loJuy r.ncl llio^e tlui are nil- . prccvd will ue sent lo Memphis to- iiiBht. First federal loan checks j lor MKslsilppl county fiiriners will" j | probably be received Wednesday or : i Tliuiulay ef next \rce!e. . j Mueh Sti;ck Kr.rtanfered A. IV Fiilrflclel Is serving "on the lonn committee In place of T. J. Miihan, who resigned. Other members-are A. M. Butt and E. M. lieflln, WASHINGTON. Jail. 31 -(UP)— Repeal of the eighteenth amendment-and substitution of a constitutional amendment permiltins the federal government to aid enforcement In such states as desire i prohibition was offered as a solution of the prohibition problem in a house speech today'by Representative Lehlbach, -Republican, New Jersey^ .Explaining he offered this plan because of the Wickersham com- inlssiotis. .report, »-Lehlbaoh' "said, "The party' that noiv refuses _to face the facts and declines to meet the' Issue with firmness, cour- i age and wisdom will be overwhelmingly repudiated at the next national election." for crops alleged to have been ; ruined by the water Frisco's Will Match Passenger Cut ST. LOUTS, Jan. 31 (UP)—Six Textile Workers, and Hungry, Turned Away From!.Mill. DANVILLE, VA, Jan. 31 ITJP) — The 4,000 working men-of Danville who voted Thursday to end Uieir four month strike for union, recognition and return- to their jobs, tlmt President Hoover was stand- faced the realization today there in S W V b - v n "d watching the "noble experiment" which was nothing . but an unworkable plan. rant". All members of the courl selected lo try rinllcr are senior to him In rank. The president of fiej courl will be near Admiral Louis j R_ Do SleiKCiier. commandanl of j tlic New York Naval district, n 1111- livc of Ohio. De Stelgciier has more than 25 years of sea service In hl.s record. In this respect he Is outranked onlv by Admiral Charles F. Hushes, chief of naval operations. There were only .two marine i corps officers who outrank TUitltr! —Ma). Oen. John A. Lcjcunn .f.iid ! ^Tnj.'Gen. Joiejili ' II. PendWo'n.' [both retired. Pendleton was chos-1 en as tbe only representative on the court of miller's branch of Ihc service. Aullionties Investigate • Closing oi American Exchange'.—•*•- With R?d Cross feed Issue* proc- . tically .suspended, ami with farmers ; hc-sliant about making application for the federal loans, n difficult Eiluattcn with respect to livcstcck Is developing. Mr. Crltz estimated that there are. between 3,OCO and 4.000 head of livestock In the . Chlckasawbii district that will sufr Icr for luck of feed hi li»: m?nl!i3 uhtml unless • fiirir.crs lincl some, way of fmar.ciny feed purchaHCa, The federal loans arc available, but because they require ti flrsS lien on all iiiu collateral a majority oi farmers have withc-ut providliig tiny money for r'ood fov larin tenant: few farmerB have so • far seen Ih.-Mr \vay clear to accept. LITTT^E ROCK, Jail. 31 <UP>— PoFslhllltv that fe.'IcrM-.sntJibHtlejs mlpl-l i'lvrsllMti- the rloslna of (he American £?\rlian(i" Trust corn- Orjr 3W,<(<'J On Lisis '''' More thai} 100,000 persons in Ar- 'pmlcu^P"" Coined ,odav rol^lS^^'V^-'SSS . remint of „ mcs , Bs c from Wash-1 lviu , hl *,„ nasl 3e ' hmtSi aecor( i i: , g CANTON, O., Jan. 3i (UP)—Senator J. Bulkley. Ohio, mentioned as possible Democratic presidential timber, said in an address here shmvn ai-.o.'c in a ne'.v piclure as! ned liage was international ser.=n- tion. Edison Resumes Ouest for Rubber crow of convicts has been turned! Pacific; Missouri, Kansas »nd Tex- Fe; Rock Island: Cotton :d Kansas City Southern put a t\\o cent, rate in ef- norlh and west along] feet where there is actual compe- i Ditch 31. The soil, at least in thcitition with the Frisco was mads cultivated and cut-over section, is! by J. E. Hannlgan. manager of mcv.iy of a sandy loam nature. ' the Southwestern Passenger Asso- wtre no jobs to be had. With;their ranks : cut In half by influenza ai:d lack of food and clothing, they presented themselves at the offices ol the Dan • river and Riverside mills yesterday and were told their places were filled i An appeal for aid for destitute i strikers' families was issued meanwhile by the Danville strike committee. More than 1600 strikers Announcement that the Missouri] and members of their families are Daly Goes to Attend J. C. Penney Meeting PHOENIX. ARIZ.. Silent Jan. 31 (UP1- iii'-ton. Carl E. Bnlley. Pulaskl county Cornelius Vanderbilt. Jr , imivlll- ing storm center of the "Butlor-i i rrarciitor. had previously request- 0(l «>? "slf :,nco of the depart- mcnt ° ilLllcc ni111 l!lc ™"* ] will remain silent on the International improgllo until stances change." While the youn? writer remained within a room guarded by deputy sheriffs nn a ccnrcquence of threats allegedly made a?alnsl ' jttornsv here. isend. O. S. district rffusrd to reveal Vandfrbilt's life.' Judfe Frank O. 'clrcum-i' hc contents of fit) message from i Washlneto'n officials, but It w.is rn- mnrcrt that the povcrnor of the federal reserve bnnrd had decider! to enter In tlv? tnvesHeatlon and' thnt. rirmrtmrnt of justice agents; would be sent here. i TJailey said h^ ted invited the j occncles lo Join in the Investlpa-' tion had had received encoiirag- fn? responses to his Inquiry. to tabulation completed by hcndmmrtcrs here last night. The total number of psrams being aided at the present Is 5K,- 3H or approximately 31 percent of the entire I'qiulation • of the state. An incrCuse or 1C5.0CO persons to tli? dependence of >he fed j Cross in this state Is shown by i records of the past three days with i one county alcne. repcrting inor^ ' than 21.COO porsons. snov.n ,!i,o.c in a ne»7 picuire as- ......,.~*-, ....^ — --. . thev ioiiKd the winter sports col- M 1 " 0 thc 1;illc) lo c!ear » of under-i as: Santa c-ny at St. Aloillz Switrr-riand, 1 l ' llsh " nd remaining timber. Most; Belt and famed Aloinc rf-ort. Their mar-, ° { ihe wooded part o( the planta- would pul ,i^ nn ,,-T=' o,, intAmot'nnni «^=n-! tion lies north and west along feet wher suffering cald. from influenza, reports -Natures lovers are missing a great ciation. The Frisco's new rate will be '» - thrill'"duringthe'''wint'e7"slasoii.""" as £or 'y P*> cent In many staple! nc citv ^ 1|cc rtcrnr t nlC iit and effect tomorrow. If' they would take a week off ""« of merchandise handled by, , hc chicknsawba lov.ii<=!iin con- and visij. Yellowstone N:itton,il; tn e orgonii:at!oii, nave already been; , t:lbl ,,. s o(tlce povc a sl , plx , r f nr ! Park they would see great heards ] announced and further announce- Jjm Bllrns . m eniber of Ihc city Work of preparing the barracks ! o: tl'.r :'"tin t" receive convicts, who ' have Veen idling in the county • .tails at Osceola and Blytheville' . i!-..c? December, will start this^ - week and prisoners will probably! i'catherweight Athlete he n:ov?d to the farm late i>?xt ° i v.'eek or early the following week., i Judgo Harrison has not yet an- : in.^unced his choice for superin-1 SEATTLE, (UP)—The smallest. | ter.dcnt of the prison farm. ! HU,H?« letter-wearing athlete at; n . lr] ! Tl.f f.53 tract, a large section.: lhc university of Washington has was purchased by Judge Harrison s[anc d intensive training to reduce en a ten year payment plan from ^.^ lVv .j [ i: a loan company. Starting this! ' Kc " is »cur)>-" Harris, captain Park Animals in Huddle During Winter Months SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH (UP) Smith of Phoenix issued thLvstatc- J. J. Daly, manager of the J. C. ment: Penney Co.. store in this city I "Tt Is apparent n mrarjpre!:en- is leaving today to attend the nn-! rion exists with referrnce lo the. nuat spring convention of that! nroposed relalionshlo of Cornelius i organization to be-lield at Louisville,; Vanderbilt. Jr.. to the- nutlrr epl-' lake o'etlS Kentucky. i fa ^n Nothing that Vanderbllt could Owing to the new conditions in i do or say would In any way help the department store lield which i General Butler." | have been brought about by drastic | Spread of Smallpox reductions In commodity prices, the I p e || nw Offi , —ii« ui^t, i_ «\i.. u~i,i i l <=nu« \JiIi convention, which Is usually held In April, has been moved ahead. Price reductions running as high Bur.is at Farewell Supper First Checks Maibrt MEMPHIS, Jan. 31 (.UP)—Tlis mornlnj mall had a Eignlficant msnnln.; t? hundreds of Arkansas farmers today and marked a red letter happening In the life of Ihosc who arc dependent on the Red Cress and federal government for aid Checks for upwards of 100 destitute farmers, providing for seed nr.ncy and operating expense for this spring, were mailed to Arkansas ilirmers last tfshl from Starts to Reduce jrar. fcr !lie first three years lhe| a v. c xswaiu of the varsity crew, has CBU5- a ] comity will make payn:.3nU= of SI.-: arirt a v;inUr cf activity ; ; -DCS anually <-n the farm with the • ort i,j s v.eight to j::mp to j | icmaincier of the $2a, J .00 purchase: Now ne - s .tayng daily i of elk. deer and buflalo, that have iught company during a hard David Madsen, supervisor of game resources in national parks, a trip through the park and reported one herd of 300 antelope, a heard of 5,000 elk, SCO buffalo and 500 deer. With the exception of a few drifts It Is .possible to cress the i nients regarding new price and; forc . ec who j cins (hc , (nt( , | U t r ol quality standards mcy.be expecUd,; of Ul! , Ar )( ansas highway depart- according lo Mr. Daly. - j mmt | 0:n0 rrow, last ni?ht. i "Mulligan's stew" was the fe'i- C L ' D U i I turc d dish on the menu and im- OChOOl Hoy HUH j prompt", speeches were msrlc by Pic»nl D " P rcse »-. Tlll? "remains" of th? nstol Approximately -'.SO resident nil Mississippi county were vaccinated this week by monitors cf the' countv health unit as A prcc™-: tin Memphis office of the loan lion following the outbreak ol onei dlvis'O!! of the department of cg- case of smallpox at O.-ceo!a. j rlciiltiire.' Ftntlrnts nf (hr city scboDls worr; The crocks, the firEt big batch insprcled by nr. A M. Wash- sent to farmers in the five state burn, director, who Is vacctaniin?: area b;insj served In this area, is all stiidenls not already having! part of the S18.GOO.OW) to be loan- been vaccinate dor had the ell-' ed in this tsrrilrry. Plivrrnlo'c klaymates on Bible License Fee 122 pounds price to be paid out In seven yenrf or a total of ten years. Judge Harrison has hor« of cvenfja'.ly rc-K&vin? the comity Ax&n - t W311l to carr v excess weight P'.orhciife from its present location and fo , co lllc c , evv to pu )i extra '• at O.-ccolr.. I: the county farm.: j where r.e bc!i«\:s lhat thc poor; hcvsc, whicii rcrcivcs a good por- • ti:n cf the countv budiet. nwy be n;wr?.ti>d mrcli aioiv economically lhan at. pre>cr.t. park by auto from Mammoth roadwork i Sprinss to W£st Yellowstone, and otH;v exercises, trying to getj it. under 115 pounds — tlie ideal mark for his season's work. He poundage. : This will be his third season at ' the til'w rop:s. Business Resumed Today At Arkadelphia Bank MTTLK 1 ROCK. Jan. 31 (UP)— Jesse McBride. 14 year old school-; boy of Concord. Mo., was slightly' injured when a school mate accidentally shot him with a toy i blank pistol yesterday afternoon. Mulliean stew went to tlie "hoboes" at tl-.e city hall den. Mr. Burns has been a pence officer In this city and thrnn<:!io'.il this section fcr many years and is well known in northeast Arkansas. He has served as p. city of- Accordlng to reports the McBrldc, ficor, member of the sheriff's force nmim thai "you can't each nn boy was struck in the stomach by ar.d U. S. marshal. .nld da? 'lew IricV.i" is disproved by a .22 calibre slus whicii had been • The Hatclier and Plat, linke pu--. nils were nl?o riven physical in-I.SoiOP.S Study P"0 spcctlons this week by Dr. Wash'- j burn and Miss Sallie M. Crowe, j iiurr.e. ! BOSTON" iLPi— A protest against the nov renuirrl S32 license [es charge:! those v.-iio sell copies of the Bibl? from door to door Is under consideratlcu by thc state legislative conimlilJe on mercantile f flairs. Dog Walks with ! Sfumps for L?gs OSKALCOSA' PA. 'UP) — The : Safecracker Verv Sp.'-rt. collie dOv II. L. Phllbriek of the International Bi'-l; Men's Association ap- The ; Caiideo Reveals His 1,00 Bales o{ Cotton Handling of Savoldi: Two other tanks 0 j f mm i \ NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 31 (UP) — Fire which broke out In the hold of the Belgian sieamer Brexeles today Imp:riled thousands of. dollars ; i:i shipping »'"! t!l " 1ar e s Third- street warl cefcre fire tu? crews' no: the bl.r.'C under control. i Two fire W, tlie DcltiRC and 1 !in-.:f? to prccluce com- Sampson, rushed to the aid of th3 "',,":.;.. K1 > ; brv at his lc.bc-rnt.viy In steamer. Before the fire was, •V' '"• !••'.•.= i^ The famous in- brought under control more than •• i":v ;•'•; i"*'* returned to his '-800 ba'es r-f cotton, discovered i •••.'iiiiiv hr.'iio to rcrnnM thc oxpcrl- smouldesrlnst In n battened hold,; r.-f '*?" '•'••-H -ili ! .?i! I'.e I'.opcs will make I'-f-d b'cn destroyed at a total tstt- '!"* I'r.ii'.t! .SI-AICS no longer de- n a;r:\ los.", of S7.000. linden! on otic: 1 nalnns for its. rubber, I r.c!r!e:iro^s like thn im- -iru'. specimen with which t'.ivci her: that Thomas —The scene i f a motion | picture studio. Jumping Joe Sav-: o!di was the guest of a group ol- writers. I Savoldi was reputedly forgetful | o'i I!-.? field of battle. Those who rnw him in action wll ift eyebrows at this latter assertion, but Joe decs have a knack of forgetting signals. Joe's peculiar lapses were being rlUcussed with Frank CarloV-o before- the boys leU California. "How clo . -- . - — accident happened during: The Merchants and Planters Dank | t he recess hour at the Missouri : of Arkadelphis ro-pened for busi-; w hcoi and the boy- was" rushed to PAWTUCKET I; I cUPi—L«o prf^n^'n" 61 ^''^^l. M° Sn i lhe Blythevllle haspllal. by the j. jicNamara has" been a salc- ed since December 20 to avoid a icncol principal, for treatment. It. cracker fcr 14 vear=. b:it he never j ,^ , ls b - licvKl his in J ur y w»l not prove has served a dav In jail, opened today - ff r i mS: I lOllowing re"rganl^atIon, accord- j ing to tlie state banking depart-j Two and a half years a?o Sport P^arcd t.t r, hearing before the com- vvcs run over bv a binder and both;"'.ittee and asked for a- bill to Friendly V/ith Police h |r "l legs cut off. Onlv the plead- • ":err.pt mentors of religious * ' ions from the license cr- iaws I nm. lues of th n do?'s ycuthftil owner. - I-m-cir.; Halclrr. provcnted Ralnh ;!» "iliris th= scriptures. Hatcher, farmer, from shcotlnj: S| '" L . .. . . : Frcnrh LoMr S^im Records Sport was given the best care. a'P)-Filty-seven French in fact, he's very "fncndly .with ?^^^™^^^~ record, and t,. Euro- records, were lov.':.-cd by no municipal '• « ~ Manila Man Injured in police, and that's scandal cither. McNamara Is what you would v:alk. Slowly lie learned however end today he hobbles around with Mlic. „.,,,,„„„ ln 193 , Pret ,y Yvoini' Gctisrd lowered 13 i •! , IT M 11 j call an honest snfc-cr.Tckef, with a | ACCiaent Wear Holland keen antipathy to the dishonest | metnl I P. E. Brown ter, was severely cut 1 lace end head when the car which boxes. McNeinera has uren regard- Fires in Three Days ile was driving collided with an- cd locally as an authorif on rafe- _ ' I other machine near Holland. Mo. cr«c):in?. Police have c.illcd on him ly stumps as substitutes for hlnd.^ ^ W o nu . n . s rec ' ords . W hiie Jean " Six Alarms For Small members of his profession. ; _ IT . 63, Manila carpsn-, Ever since 1817, when he first bs- Lfog. LOSt, rinds HlS about the -pan the smdy of vaults and s7ron ? -: ' ^^ ^ ^^ beat 10. or which two were 'records fcr Europe, WEATHER 61 yesterday .S 8 *?- "• JFlr! 1 ™".:^" ; ASSASSAS-Mr and cooler »-• Sunday fair. after- frequently for co-opcraticn In con- lost his dOft Spot, on r, fishing trip '.,, *"'• ii.-ctlon With robbrries Involving last July 4. West Hearn street last rngritI Brown rushed to the Blythevllle tills nrt. A tiog approached Jensen ar.cl AecTdln? to the official weather •• ml two mo-e alarms to the: hc «pital f'r treatment and wa? ro-! 'snlffcS his phces recently fit a observer, Charles Phillips, 0-c niln- you handle him then.j ni;nlb(!r answered by tr-« city nre, P0««d resting well today. ; COU>fCIL BLUFFSfl IA. (UP)— neWifcorlnj town. Coon Rapids. ,-,.t.cu u *.*& >..v, ...v - - - - imum tcmjKiaturc hero wa-- the question i dcp'aTtrne'nT'l'n'the 'iast"three VJ dav7.i The Manila man was enroute to Council BUifis' crippled children railing to chase the do? away withi wss 43 dezrees r.nd thc nuxlmum. "Oh, I merely sw to him, 'Nov.-, I The total for the* three days' Kentucky with his son and the, who haw difficulty wafting to and discouraging words. Jensen kicked Tt deirrtYv. clear. On the t.ims Joe, you just take the ball and fol-l stands at six this awternoon at an latter's wife when tr.a accident e«-1 from school, are called for each Ihe animal. The do? whined and Thc failing of the vessel will bcilov< me until we ret into the open, i expenre of approximately $150 toi c^rred. His son and wife Vere ! mcrnins in a special automobile Jensen recognized delayed sew"r.\l days, officers said, j and Uien you teat it.' " | the city. only slightly injured. ' ' and transported to the schoolroom. | that of Spot. the <lay a year ngo the minimum tcm- a= | ncrature wss 29 degrees and the 1 maximum, 52 degtecs: clear.

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