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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 20, 1930
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Served by the Press BLYIHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HO 1 VOL. XXVII—NO. Ififi Blytheville Courier, Blytheviltc Herald, Blythevlllc Dally News, Mississippi Valley Leader. '.LYTHKVIU.!', ARKANSAS. MONDAY, OC.TOIIKU 20. 1<1:!0 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS UNDAY MOVIE ORDINANCE !S READY Evangelist Hit By Auto, Dies Wrestling Match Puts Elsie's Arm in Sling HOLLYWOOD, Cal., Oct. 20. tUPj—ELsie Janis, former stage star and now n writer for the screen, carried her arm in n Elin today as the result of an unsuccessful attempt to give a wrcslltng lesson to Ramon Novarro, the film star. "It was just 'too ridiculous," Miss Janis said in explaining how she received the painful tul not serious injury. She and. Movarro were "clowning" at her home, she- said. "I was just about ready lo claim victory when he gave his body' slight twlsl and my shoulder dipped out of place," Miss Janis explained. Edlison Sends: a;iWm> lo Edsel Ford Mrs. G. N. Chalfant. Leach- vi'le, Driver of Car, Ab- i solved of Blame. W. C. Thornt'.n, 44-year-old Naz arene evangelist of Amity. Ark., i died at the Blythevill? hospital at midnight last night Irom injuries received when struck' by' an automobile Saturday night while walking along the Herman Davis highway n.?ar Big Lake. There will be no charges filed against Mrs G. N. Chalfant, of Leachville, driver of lhe car. Sheriff W. W. Shaver said following an Investigation. Leaves Lirgt Family It Ls £aid thai live preacher, en- route here to conduct, a revival, stepped in front of the automobile. Members of the family have absolved Mrs. Chalfant of all blame. Mr. Thmtton was brought to this city where, examinations disclose:! a fractured skull and internal in- juriej.- from which he never regained consciousness- The remains are being sent to Amity, accompanied by the Rev. John Francis, pastor of the Car- i will be established at Camp Pike uihersville. Mo.. Nazarene church. I for occupancy in 1031, according Mrs. Thornton and Ihe elder daugh-1 to word reaching here from the war lor. Lorinc, who arrived yesterday, j department at- Washington. iLamont Will Present Rei suits of Week-End Survey | lo Hoover Group Today, j j WASHINGTON. Oct. 20. I UP)— 1 j The cabinet committee ' created by [Preside-ill Hoover to work -toward i relief of unemployment di;rine the ] winter months was asked lo assem- I ble for ils first meeiing today with ! every emphasis bcliia placed on the j necessity for prompt, and decisive action. The wintry weather which already has brought suffering to I some sections of the country is act- i ing at a spur for the relief yiro- ! gram. In announcing the new ef- frrt to alleviate lh.2 situation Mr. Hoover declared "as a nation we W/'ll I 1 r D'l t must prevent hunger and cold to Will Use LamO r Ike tor t! iccs of our neonle who aw in hon- Citizens Training Next Year Hurley Announces. LITTLE ROCK. Oct. 20. (UP) — A citizens military training camp Burial will be made at that city where the deceased had resided for The order was issued by Secretary of War Hurley. Arkansas five years. Other members of his youtlis primarily will attend the family arc three more daughters, j camp. The first year's attendance is Velma, Estelle and Beulah, and one son. J. Wj Thornton, all of amity. Plannf d Meeting Here A native of Arkansas, the Rev. Mr. Thornton spent • timu- traveling ov?r most of his the country conducting evangelistic meetings. He held such a meeting here ssv- est difficulties." Secretary of Commerce Lamon, who with five oilier cabinet members composes the president's special committee, spent a busy w^e rnd here and in New York Interviewing officials and business men prei-aratory lo today's meeting. This unusual photo, of Thomas Ediso seated in hi.'! laboratory'at Orange Searchers 'Find Body of Lawrence Cu!pepper,England, iu Ark. Co. Woods. Dates Set For Courier News Cooking School The second annual Couiler New* fiee cookhuj .school will be licld In the city hull ninlliorlum from the 18th lo the 31st of next month. Mj'S. Mary Uougau, a nallomilly known culinary unti home econom- ^.:i]'j. FOR 10 COME BtFORE m shows (he aged Inventor when J.. he Eel !r, motion another scientific development credited lo his genius. The telegraph key he The result of these conferences -j b tapping trans-mil ted n message lo Eds;l Ford in a Detroit theater ^fS^SJK^^t «>*"• ° "- «""« " tl0 " 1>^ rc «*>'> «» 0-onslrated a starting point lo further contacts with Industry and business. One of the first problems for considera- 1)E WITT, Ark.. Oct. 20. lUP) — sas county swunips yesterday nave up tin- body of Lawrence Cul- jwpjier. 32-yeiir-old . farmer, whr had been missing since last Thurs- iy, Ciilpcpucr wna'. the .victim of a shot (jun charge which tore. awa< portion of his head. Daviil Hughes and Floyd Denny both o' England, members of u party which had been searching for CulpEow Blnce Friday, found the body lylnr celween 'two logs In the EWHIDOV area near Prairie Bayou. Culpep- pcr's coat had been, thrown ov?i his face and his pockets ransacked. About $15 he was known to have been carrying at the time v:ir listing. John Wllllngham, England colon buyer, told ofliccrs hcrq he en'-' iulpepjjcr had gone to fie thick y wooded area early Inst week tc unit squirrels. Thursday, he said, Culpcnp:r vanted to hunt with a dcg and he preferred lo hunt alone, so the? separated early In the morning tc mecl at the camp later. Culpepoc' employed a boy, Bruce Woods, hi? nephew, lo accompany him. Wood? said they became separated shortlv after entering Ihe .swamn and h- was unable to locale his uncle ics conduct, the school, expected to be approximately 1.000. tion by Jhe commiltee was the con- The war department's order re-j iclidation of slate commlltees suited from efforts of a- committee | working on unemployment with j of ten.'persons representing 'the j federal agencies and the mapping! Camp fike commission, the Little of .legislation to be presented to|> I Hock" chamber--of commerce, -aud | ra'.i^r^s-'Svfwii-it-ronvenes' In Dec;' " the Arkansas military department, 1 emher. which was lu Washington in Sep- __ GlSHHITflr lember and conferred with President Hoover a: relative to the eral years ago and was lo have been in charge of a series of services at tlie local Nazarenc church for h . the next two weeks, assisted by the i p - ,. Rev. A. T. McAnally, pastor. Members nf the family could not explain why Ihe preacher was walking as he left home Friday morning, by train, to come here He had railroad pas'os in his picket at the time of the accident. It is assumed thai he left the train at Jonesboro and went by Leach- vil'.e for a brief visit with friends there and that he was altempting to "h~p" a ride to BlythevUle in puference to waiting for a train. Young Cape Girardeau \Vo- I Aged Woman Threatens j ™en Brought Here for j to Blow Up Texas Bank; Treatment after Crash. ! . FORT WORTH, -Tex,''Oct. 20.1 Two Cftpe Girardeau, Mo.,'young iTJP)— A gray haired woman about 60, walked Into the.Union Bank and Trust company'here'today and ladles were seriously injured in an automobile accident near • • Hayti, Mo., early Sunday morning and one High Court to Rule on Third Effort to Return Negro from St. Louis On Felony charge Fails. j The third attempt to retur: State's Full Crew Law : - char!DS Whltmore, negro, from §t.! L-uis to this city to answer a' charge of assault with intent to kill ended in failure when ^Stanley Hancock, deputy sheriff,. returned here Saturday without Whitmore. Hancock was prevented from bringing Whltmore back on a pre- WASHTN-GTON. Oct. 20 (UP) — The supreme court today consented to pass on the validity of the Arkansas full train switching crew laws which have been on the statute books since 1907 and 1913 demarided S3.COO On a-threat of; of: ' tncir young'men companions, |blowing the bank up if she didn 1 ! [Rowland .Weiss, .23. of Perryville, I get it: She was seized and hekl by I M °-- was badly cut and.:bruised. I Policeman H. G. Dollar and- Dan j M .iss -Ruth.-Springer, 21,- - has a VLydock, president of-the bank. broken leg and her" face and arms A bottle which she Had said heM are badly -cut and her sister, Miss nitroglycerine was found to con- Alberta Springer, 17,'has :her. right tain sweet milk . ] eye almost cut jifro'm its socket and !her face and body lacerated. Th second young man from Perryville [ was 1 only tllghtly injured, j 'According to reports their auto! mobile struck a wngon without lights and both vehicles turned over into a ditch- They were greatly damaged. The four were brought to the Blytheville hospital for first aid treatment and removed to a Cape I Girardeau hospital yesterday after-: Indians Not Ready for Memorial Yet Says Will DURANT, Okla., Oct. 20 (UP) -Will-Rogers, thi cowboy humorist, does not believe the Indians need a memorial, ' He expressed this opinion In a, telegram explaining why, he could iio't altend the annual meeting of the Indian^ Memorial association. -"We don'u need a. memorial. We ain't, tend yet, but are Just getting storied. We could gel the country back 'now if we would just assume a second mortgage," Will wired '•••Ben Dwiijiu;-Choctaw . chl?f. contends impr train control devices in r ien "I* to"™ since that h ™ r c ou t hwa" e unnecessary. l " c r «"" r "™»s The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific railway company's flght to enlarge Little Rock, Ark., yards. s " c " ssf . u "l r ^^."''^r courts by the Mlssnurl Pacific, was denied Thr T reV ,' Cn ;^, y ' The supreme court today con- seined to consider the validity of the Tennessee statute which imposes n tax on interstate busses passing through the state. ippi county deputy the last time. Whitmore is accused of assaultP"- Constable Elbcrt Taylor here in th e summer of 1929 when the officer Opening of Second \Veek of Revival Marked by Largo Congregations. Sunday marked the beginning of i the second week of the revival i meeting being held at the First I Baptist church. There were large to arrest Whitmore on congregations for both services and harge. Picked up at St. 12 professions with 9 additions to Louis for investigation on another | l ^ e church, charge the negro Is said to haw j ™ C . R .« V w - ". itivers brought Mexico Mine Official Killed in Freakish Accident in California. again. Posses were summoned from England and had been searching constanlly since Friday morning. Coroner J. H. Morphew of Arkansas countr said an Innuest woulrt be conducted . today but refused to comment. Culpepper was well Hk- e^ In Ihis section and so tar as IF known had, no . file pearchlncf party expressed tnc opinion he had bren robbrrl mitl murdered. He is survived by his widow and three children; Slight Earthquake Frightens Louisianans NEW ORLEANS, OcU 20, (UPl — Louisiana has experienced its first ' recorded earthquake. , A tremor of ten .to twenty-five seconds, duration was felt here yesterday, and some residents rushed from their homes In alarm. : There was not property damage however, and no one was injured The quake also was felt in Morgan Cily, Amilf, Frankllnlon, Baton Rouge,' Polnl a la Heche, and Slidell. ' ' ' ' . • " At Morgan City 200 persons attending mass fled from the chuich. They returned later. In many cases ' residents brlleve.1 the tremors 'were caused by heavy explosions. Prof R. A. Sleinmayer. head of Tulane University's geol- which will amplify but In no sense duplicate the lessons and demonstrations given In last year's schools attended .by hundreds of Dlyihe- villc and Mississippi county hojiii' makers. Many local distributors and retailers of food products and household appliances will cooperate In the school. There will be attractive merchandise displays and valuable gifts will be distributed each day. That system in the kitchen spell!; leisure to modern housewives will be one of the ixiints to receive par- llcuiar emphasis In Mrs. Dcugan'r lectures and demonstrations, Mrs. Dougaii declares that 111 woman should enter the kilcher door without a definite plan In her mind as to what she intends doing; what items she Intends lu prepare first and which Hems she plans to lei cook while she Is preparing the rest; and It at Hid same time she Is Inspired by lhe thought thai the meal In question is 1111- cther opportunity 111 which she nay demonstrate her ability lo tn out savory dishes and present a well lalanccd menu thai cannot help but be reflected hi the attitude of her family, as they assemble at the table, the work Hies from under her finger tips. '......--,. If, on the other'hand,- slie feels that the heaviest burden of matrimony obligations has been thrust or. her shoulders and that th;rr (Continued- on -P»ge Two) Ritz Theatre Crowded for. Shows 'Yesterday;. "Manager Fined, Takes Appeal The Sunday moving picture IS, sue, preclpitiiictl by the cpenliig of the 111)2 Theatre foi 1 aftcmucr. oiiil evening shows yesterday, will prob- • ably come befdr; U'ic. clly council at an adjourned' session lo-nlght at whicli, according to reliable .In-. forniutlc-n, an -anti-Sunday 'nioylo ordinance cwr)'ing a sllft fine .will be jiVCEented. • •. . '•'. .'•". '. While Ivy W. Crawford.' city WT lorney, ,'who prepared llie" proposed -'\ ci : (ili:ah:c'.' Mayor'.'Nellf -rReect'.-'aii^^ ' ^1 ' "' a majority of lhe menilwrs 'of Ih council said today Uial thty' did . not plan '.o bring up lhe matter^ : one .member, of the council dc-, dined t.iiit, he had information, . vote' on :the MIEIIM1; pioposal would be sought. Would Boost Fine The proposed ordinance forbids '• ovine piclure show's • and. ull ms of 1 commercial entcrlalnment Sunday, and provides a fine, of om S50 to $200 for each ofTcnsc. nder the prcsiut law Sunday. : oving pictures, can be prosecuted nly .tuj(ier. the slate Sunday, labor -- uv, which pi'ovldes"a ; Tlrtc : or;only •1. . . ' . .- • -. .-••'': •',-.'.--; - '•• It was under .tills... law. that -{J.-.^ V. . McCrutcliui, minager ol ,-flic?.. itz, and Tom Brown, operator,' ';'; ere each tjvlce arrestetl yKtrtday,;. . \rralgned lii poUce,,iCpurl ( . .tUq • morning they" pleadsd'.guiltyjo^'the r ; . flrsl count, and. not,.' guilty' qn^jKe second.- Fined tl. each.^qh'/eiiqhi; ' ount by Judge 'W.- p. qravette, :,' hey . each paid Jl . on . 'ttKiS-nrrf^ .-. :ount and took appeals. - c«V,ttijj.- • econd -to the circuit court, " he -matter, will '.be. '' ' |B. and?. W. BURBANK. Cal., Oct. 20. <UF> — i Inability of a pilot to see another plane under him as he glided to a landing at Unilec! airport was blamed today for a freakish ncct- SllCCesSIul Meeting ° fnt which caused the death of C. W. Cushman. Mexico mining of- ogy departnicnl. named three sible sources of the quake, the Mississippi delta, the sub-marine slope of the Gulf of Mexico, and the mountain area of Mexico. But New York Police .May Thwart Gangster's Plan to Recuperate at Home. NEW YORK, Oct. 20.4 (UP) — Jack'."Legs" .Diamond, racketeer plans to. seek relief from Melro- polijnn hospital, where he was moved' Saturday, so lie can .con- volesce from his bullel wounds his country estate in New York or at a private Institution; II was re ported today.'' Police were prepared to fight thi move by 1 arresting Diamond and holding -him as a material witnes in his own shooting, it. was un derstood. ' The wounded gangster conlinuec 1 lo improve. His eventual recover seems certain, physicians said, bu he Is not well enough lo operat on for the removal of the fou bulleU flrcd Into his bady a wee ago by gangsters after a confer ence at his room In the Hotel Mon ticello. Meanwhile the police Investiga tion of the shooting Is virtually a a standstill, all clues having bee exhausted. TSPRING3. Oct. 20. (UPI- attendlng lhe regional of Business and Professional Women's clubs here de- . lande< parted for their tomes yesterdav I c «s h mnri was dragged from McKce - lalldcd on l °P of him. the Proper papers signed by lhe governors of both Missouri and Arkansas were secured by Sheriff W. W. Shaver some time ago bu', it is ™to a he Mr Sim., whUtling is a fea o he son, which » the most u Bingham and Robinson , „ D i / o .1 n .1 ; ritory and a negro „,...„.<; ui Bi »iii-. „, "SCR from South Sea kleS lotion are waging a strenuous light I nt . to prevent Whltmore's return here.! J ' »' V : *» . f P uoteT ^ *'» Wm ' b > was not :er of the 1:3 10 o'clock and ' nat ' 0!lct ' eml) ' i ' ln chairman. I-OS ANGELES. Oct. 20 lUP>— I tenator Hiram liingham of Connecticut. chairman of Prestdenl "cover's Samoan commission, was • ™ route to Washington today bear- New York Cntt<n> NEW YORK, Oct. 20. t(JP)_Cot- lon closed steady. recommendations for laws lo | Open High Low Close govern lhe south sea islands. |Oct. old 1028 1030 1028 1030 The commission, composed ol '. Oct. new 1022 102G 1019 1020 Senators Bingham and Joe T. Rob- 1 Dec. old inson of Arkansas and Congress- I Dec. new ™ cl1 C. M. Beedy. Maine, and j Jan. old aulivn Williams, Texas, returned j Jan. new- cm the cruiser Omaha. Lengthy I Mar hearings were held in Samoa to i May .... • consider problems of the natives. I July .... \ ai 1 "The Admirable Trails of the Prod! igal Son." "Blockades on the Road i to Hell." "The Tragedy of Neglect." !"The Highway to Heaven," "ProfU NEW YO1 jantl Loss." "Wi-nt Will Ye Do With i Rescue of 34 Rescue*'34 from Sinking Auto:Hits Show Truck; Fishtog Boat in • Atlantic Occupants Are ^Arrested NEW YORK, Oct. 20 (UP)- CARDWELL. Mo.-Two men. oc- men from a flouml- cupa " 1 ° r a mi01 scda11 be " ri " g 1022 1040 1040 1055 105< 1080 1101 1020 1045 1048 1055 1057 1033 1106 ! Jesus." It is expected that the at- s week will be much .. - , . . erim boat o.T Ambrose light ship »»«*«?" '«««• H20 1125 1039 1042 ! 1038 1042 1 1050 1055n i 1050 1055 i 1074 1019 IMS 1101 1113 1121 i larger. I Frank Schwarlzman. of the flshcr- i man Cclouia. Mr. Callaway to Preach Ing In which they collided with a truck of the Boyd-Pearson shows. Spots steady at 1045, up 20. ! Kev. Marsh M. Callaway. pastor | '• of [lie First Presbyterian church.. £ehwartzman said his craft pick. rtrlv( , n by c E p carsoni u is n l , ed up the crav and passengers i C g e d that they had been drinking of the yacht Gage ill a- 55-mile Th e CQr nnd tnc , rllck met head• ca!e near the Ambrose fishing, on. and both were badly damaged : tanks yesterday. , one of the occupants of the se- White County Pioneer j N ew Orleans Cotton i Buried Sunday at Searcy NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 20. <UP>- | Jcct *" m te - " Slles or Souls? " SEARCY. Ark.. Oct. 20 <UP)- Wllllom Dowdy, who died at the I Oct. .. home cf hii son James Dowdy in Dec- •• Chrksvil'e, Ark.. Saturday, was:Jan. '•• ti'iie.d al Harmony church Sin;- I Mar. .. day. Ho was born In Tennessee an^ I May .. was 92 years old when he. died. July .. Cotlon closed steady. Open High Low close 1024 1025 1019 1023b 1039 1048 1039 1045 1050 1060 1050 1055 1032 108.1 107S 1080 1101 1103 1005 IIOI 1116 1123 1112 H20 • W. J. LeRoy, pastor, has extend- ! ed an invitation lo the public to! MEMPHIS. Oct. 20 (UP)—Over-' hear Mr, Callaway. ! heated stcvrs. hot ashes placed i:i TomoiTOw night Rev. P. Q, Rcrle, i wooden or paper containers, were i pastor of the First Methodist i causes of some fires doing $23.000; ! church, will istreel church at 1:30 o'clock. Other ! week-end. ;dan was thrown through the wind _ i shield, suffering cuts about the Negro Woman Burns! face, wiuic me , n iL i u L' ' ^n^ses. None of tV to Ueatn at memphlS the truck was injured. received Prisoner Mixes Cards and Water in Fatal TJonib SAN QUENTIN. Cal.. Ocl. 20. lUP)—As the fruition of one of the most ingenious gallows cheating schemes in history William Ko- 4,761 Bales Ginned at Cooler This Year COOTER, MO.—To date the gi of Cooler have ginned 4.7G1 bal of cotton. Cooler gin company h ginned 1.825 bales: the Planters gin company, 1.636 bales: and the Burton gin company, 1,306 bales. This is. half the number of bales that were glrtnect last season. Cotton is being rapidly picked out are being Imported to have ai; the cotton from the Reids before bad weather. jut, 26, condemned murderer, died | and ginned;^ adequate numbers of at prison hospital early today. --•-• --- •-—--- --J The right side of his hr.i.1 blown away yesterday by lhe explosion of a crude "bomb" whose ingu-dients were still a pt.z7le to autliorilles and experts. Kogut's dentli occurred at 2:30 a. in. According (o confl:ctini; theories. I Kogut, with the Ingct-.!n:> of t.;c condemned, scmehow lasiu-jned a volatile mixture from loin playing The first .Sunday "shows-at'''the. jltz Theati'e yesterday.were'greetl./...' d by' packed houses . and went •"' lirough without interruption. Bond ', aims -had already been made cady by counsel for Mi. McCrutchr . : •n when Ciiief of Police M. ,G. . Goodwin arrested the manager.arid Tom Brown, operator, on 'charges ; cf "laboring on Sunday". The ' .bows procettled'-'without inter- . ruption bolh at the afternoon aiid '$•. tvenlng shows when . the -arrests .' er« made. '' ' ,.'• . :='•' If the Sunday moving picture : oidlnancc Is actually brought "be- •' fore the council to-night It promises to crowd out of the Ume light he controversy- over the readjust- ,ieiit of assessed benefits in Pay- •. Ing. Dish let One, for which 'trie adjourned meeiing was'- originally arranged. • Intimation thai action by the council So place a ban on Sunday picture shows will be met with a ' demand for enforcement to the . letter ul 'art Sunday laws was • given 'this afternoon by E.. E. Alexander, counsel for Mr.;Me- . Ciutchen, who said that if. : discriminatory action was ' taken against his client he was prepared to submit some "real blue -laV' propcKils. : John Thomas Mosley, 82, Dies Sunday Afternoon John Thomas Mosley. 82 years pld. succumbed at his home' in the Number Eight community at 5:45 o'clock Sunday afternocn. Death was attributed to complications resulting from old age. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at the family home at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Williams officiating.. Interment will be made at the, Number Eight clery. Funeral plans are in . charge of the Cobb Underlaking Company. The deceased is survived by his widow, two sons and two daugh-* cards and water— if lie had not come Into possession Tyler Man Injured When « .. .. C I \VH1UW, LWU SUI1S U11U t"u UWM5"" 1 Lar Upsets Near ateelejters. The family moved lo Ihe - i Number Eight community from J. R. Rallies, 21. of Tyler, Mo., | Indiana several years ago. was badly cut about the face when j his car turned over on the highway near. Sl.^ele, Mo., Sunday after- Mini! noon. Getting a wheel in a rut of: . quantity of explosivc-rbced the ( the hard road's shoulder Is blamed ' ' from 20 Varieties of Cotton mixture in the hollow >.; he had wrested trom his prison 001. plug- tight 101' near ged the ends, placed cylinder on a small his head, and lay dowr. to wait for the Afler receiving j T Wenty varieties of cotton arc Ir.^tttment »t the Blylheville hosplt-1 al he was able to return home. for oblivion. Rob Memphis Store -- — . . , . - - . • MEMPHIS, Oct. 20. (UP)—TVo the Lake estimated damage here ovtr the bandlu mMei a Bowers store . conui ,. 1ru ied U-.8 three Ho cams to Whit ft co(inty In 1855. | Spots steady at 1020. up 10. [vires e.ich night this week preachers will continue these ser- 1 in one an a?M negrew wns employes to "put 'em up." rifled Liirnrt to rttxilh ' thft cash register nf $60 and fled. ' Elevator Crash in Mine u was not long in comr.?. I • Shaft Fatal to Three Although cheniisu di'.is.'eed as i to what eflect was given by P"s-1 JOHNSTOWN, Pa,, Oct. 20. (UP) ence of the palmed pasteboards, i—At le«st three men were killed the liquid soon develop*! enough and 60 others Injured today when j burst tl'.c pipe a "man trip" elevator at the Son- sUatn pressure lo . . With a roar and concuision that tumbled condemned inf.- frr.mtbolr tunks all along the dM'.l- w.v. the bomb exploded, driving !r.igments of'the tmprovlseii .••hr.'.iv.Pl hila Kogut's head. man shaft mine near here broke I loos* and fell to the bottom of the [ shaft- '.- ( picked and assorted today ; by J. E. Crllz, county agricultural | agent, from the John Stevens farm I near Dell, for a variety test. All I kinds planted this r.eason will be ; compared in the hope of obtaining ! the best eolton for the kind of soil on which It was grown Mr. Crltz planned to go to Little River this afternoon to vaccinate hogs. WEATHER Rescue work was hampered by ' ARKANSAS—Cloudy, local r .Ms inability of workers to reach bottom of the shaft. the I In south Tir^sday portion, co;d«r enertilly fair, today;

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