The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1930 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS 'Ml'Ci rvt»Ft"kT >*inn M fit! fr» k n«*n /^i» Mrtr>Ti¥t»^ t n m kBrrikm.,. . ..—> _i_ _r_ . .r. . ..-. .«_. ' ^%*^^ THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPEB OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXVII—NO. ia:i Dlythevllle Courier, nlylhcvllle Dally News, Blylhevllle Herald, Mississippi Valley Leader. liLY TH BVI LI .!•:, AUKANSAS. \VKD.\KSDAV, OCTOUKH 20, I MO SINGLE COPIES giy]j! CENJ8 RETURNS TO HIS HOME in prolcst Funeral Services at Memphis Today for Father of Famed War Aviator. OSCEOLA. Ark., Oct. M— Num- bars of Mississippi county fi lends aUended Ihe funeral of William Henry Orider, retired Mississippi tounly planter, held at 3 o'clock this afternoon from Idkwild Presbyterian church hi Memphis, the Hcv. Dr. T. K. YOUIIK official: Mr. Grider, who was until r, , years aw a, resident cf Grider, the j enlcriiuj the school ano_ possibly town namjd for his family a few '" miles Fouth of Osceola, died suddenly at his home ut 1783 Union Avc.. about- 11:30 o'clock yesterday No Football, No Classes, Pupils Tell Principal RICHMOND, Vs., Ocl 20 (UP) — .\pproxlinntely 100 John Marshall .i!gh sclio-l students, including 25 Ilrls. went on strike today, refus- ns to att?nd classes rlarwood in disqualifying five i icrs of the football team for being •ver the :ije limll, resulting in dls- '>andment of the team for the season. Other players on Hie team refused to HO through with the sea- ion's schedule unless the World's Biggest Plane to Dare Atlantic against action by Principal 'James Says ElTOl'S ill Indictment Would Make Worthless. Verdict i •laved there would be football this season. A hung jury resulted in » mistrial in criminal court here of Lhe slate's case against Jaim's Clifton other.. | Stewart, 19-year-old youth, licensed more j fact, to the hold-up and rfiooting ' of C. R. Morgan, filling station op-, ••— ( . w i v^. ii. ,,iaj»[scin, Mining amuuu UJJ- ;ii , B . A police cordon was around the el - ator . Judgt w . w.-Bandy released * <™ ^ " S^L^ *"*™ f r' U» jurors early this •mslng a disturbance. The entire - vrrdlrt of approximately 3.500 stu- lout an threatened U) strike but jurors ter ihcy had been uiiuble to reach • after deliberating for! most of them got. "cold feel." No Cream In His Cof'J'co Minister •• Court RENO, Ncv.. Ocl. 29 <UP)~The Hcv. .Thomas Nevitt Lawrence minister of the Episcopal church ill, ncllohavon, Vn., can inil up with nil sorts of Indignities, hut when it, comes to drinking cot- fee without.cronm he objects He cbteeted yesterday and as a \vyntt Lawrence on y rounds I of extreme cruelly. ' | Ficv. Lawrence charged his wife ; attacked Ills reimtntioii amonij Hie church people and perpetrated other acis of cruelly upon him. The siibsiiuice of his ccmplaint, how- ei IT, was that she served him with skim milk when others dlnlrg with llieiu received pure rich crenm. RELEffltDl Freedom Purchased' by Ransom Payment Is Bem: uuii-i-iru yi-Maruity [uiei as a I ]• f v -r n ti i • result obtained a divorce, from Vir-! llCl; lOCUm lells Nothincr U i mi) \Vvntt I o IL-.-.I,,,,^ „„ i - O at the age of 76. He had n't been 111 and his death was a shock members of the family. Folio- funeral service"; this afteruooi body will be laid to rest, in Elm- v:ood cemetery, Memphis. : Father of Mrs. F. r. Jacobs Mr. Qrider, who was the father I of Lieutenant John McGavcck Gri- | dcr, one of this county's world war ] heroes and the aviator whose col- j Edward •'fill diary formed the basts for "War Birds." one of the most vivid l-'ortraits of tho American Expeditionary Forces In Pranc,?. is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Josephine Grider Jacobs of Grider, Ark., and Mrs. Georgic Gridor W!l!lams-n of Memphis, his wife, Mrs. Eleanor McClain Craig Grider. formerly of Greenville, Miss., four grandchildren, Fred Jacobs of Grider, Mrs. Sue Williiunson Haywood of Dayton, Ohio, Midshipman Ji-hn McGavock Grider, U. a N., end George Grider of Memphis, the fi UUREL TELLER IN The v.-iirld's blatftsl airplane, Germany's Dornier DO-X nlrboat. pictured nl lop, is being groomed for a one-Mop Iriuis-Atlaiilic. -flight to New York early next, month. Claude Uornler, shown at left, eleslgnr-r aiui te'lrter of the hU7C craft 'Which can curry 175 pus.sentjer.s, may make the lllglil wllh the t'reuti ship. The map s!io»-s tiie rouU 1 tlie super-plane will probably follow. Jackson W a ? Sought Last August for $72,000 Theft. LAUREL, Miss., Oct. M (UP) — Tka nationwide search for H. Edward Jackson, ml: sing teller of a Larel bank, who disappeared August 11 last evening an alleged h-rtaje of 512.000 in the bank's tnuds. has ended with his capture In Holly wood, Cal-, authority icre announced. ________ = _______ _____ ..... Jackson, the sou of i\ prominent le'ttcr "two being sons of 'the lat? j South MisJssippi family, entered Lieutenant John McGavock Grid- , he employ of the First Nati-nal Hs is also survived by three ! bank n "e shortly after baving dixrnlssing the jurors from f the case Judge Bandy decl;irc<l he would probably have to have the vcnUct set aside If a guilty verdict, was returned because of alleged errors in the indictment. Will Ask New Indictment Young Stewart was immediately placed back In the county jail and NeJH Reed, deputy prosecutor, stalled he would ask the grand jury to return a blanket Indictment against Stewart charging lilin with being an accessory before and after the crime which was admitted by Slewart's companion. William Odell. The case was begun yesterday j Vj..' [Y \f I/ ' j f - j reported unproved lodav afternoon and continued throughj viunn LMCS OI N n 1 I C Wounds Inflicted Last WILL HELP step rons, Sam J., Charles and j school. The position was one Walter Craig 1 3' ven 'he high school graduate Mr Grider th" son of John H.!*' 1 "" 1 "! the highest scholastic hon- 1 ana'- Maria Morris' ' Grider,-- 'HKi J-.V* a™! was much sought alter. born at Jacteonport, Ark., Feb. 1, ; It wat charged Jacksan had stol- 185'J and was educated for the : en the moiuy. stuffed it in monjy practice- of law at Cumberland , sacks, and fled. The money sacks University. Lebanon, Tcnn.. prac- ' and Jackson's automobile were latticing for a short time with th? ] -r found at Mobile, Ala. firm of Greor' and Adams of Mem- Authorities also sought the phis Followin" the death rf his | youth's father, John H. Jackson, a parents he made his home with an | resident of Mobile, who dLapuEar- uncle Col. Jerse Grider of Critten- i ed about the date of his son's dis- den county, and at the ago of 2! ] ippeararice. He was held at Chat- 1 '" """ J ..... J , served that county for a short lime as rheriff, filling the un- expired t:rm cf his uncle following Rebel Head Hunters tanocga recently but denied any knonwledge of his son's wr.,?re' .IDOUtS- the latter's death. opcn'cd Bi f . Plantation i Japanese Plane Bombs In 1880 he was married to Miss i r Sue McGavock of historical Sans Souci plantation south of O=ceo!a and rparated this plantation, one | TAIHOKU, Formosa Island. Oct of tta largest In the county, until his retirement a lew years ago, clearing hundreds of acrfs of the place which was originally in timber, particularly that section on the railroad near Grider, where he made his home during the latter years of his residence here. Sue McGavock Grider died the morning session of court today 1 ' finally resulting in the mistrial, w. .... . .. . . . A. Jackson. Walnut Hldge and Ely- iNlgllt by Holdup Men. theville attorney, appointed by U~.e court to defend Stewart, was up- I CHICAGO. Oct.' Courtney R. Lee Wilson Reported We!! on Way Toward Recovery MEMPHIS, Oct. 29. lUPJ-kXmrti- tlftn of R. E. Lee Wilson, "cotton king" of the .south and mUlloii- JBlre timber msm and planter, was reported improved today by hospital officials. Wilson, slhckcn with a heart attack about ten days ago, was up for a short wall: in-the MelhodLsl hospital here today. held by the court- In his objection to a sworn statement by the defendant being read to the jury. The defendant denied any knowledge that hts companion intended to commit the robbery and shoot- MDr- gan. Odell has already pleaded guilty to the cr.arges against him but has not yet been sentenced. W. H. McCord and Albert Bc-as- Merrill, 51, preiideut of the Union S:a:e bunk of South Chicago, .died ("day of knife or ice pick wounds Inflicted by one of two bahditi who 3iinc!:.?d him during a holdup at- temp'.. Merrill was attacked as he drove his car into a garage at the rear r.i his bank. It was likely, the doc- .tors said, the banker was stabtcd ley were fined S10 each and sen- ouher with a very thin 'bladed tented to 10 days In jail each by-1 knife or with on Ico pick,' •'/•'' the verdici of a Jifry late yestcr- | it was not kmwn whether Mer- day for petit larceny. They were convicted of stealing fish on au ap- --„— a ., peal from a lower court. Cecil htihi up his hands orbecause the Shane represented the defendants, bandits thought a key ring he held The trial of Sam Lowe, who is allcgwl to have stolen a hos. Is un- rill wav wounded because h.3 was too slow in obeying a command- to Chief cl Detectives John Norton men had 29. (UP)—A Japanese military airplane bombarded concentrations c! head hunters today in the fasiniss- es of the interior mountain regior. near Musha. The bombing, which was a reprisal for the massacre of at least 183 school children, adults and pc- in (llcemen at Musha, scattered the re- 1902 and Mr. Grider was later mar- . vo ;ti ng tribesmen and wrecked one derway this afternoon with Zal B. Harrison attorney for the defendant. Due to an crrcr It was stated yesterday that Mr. Harrison would also represent Ernest Fletcher Hodge, alleged wife murderer, when he faces trial Monday. Alexander and Cooper have been retained ns counsel for Hedge, ills trial Is ex- pectcd to prove the highlight of the present term. Three more Indicted Another case of interest, find; Charles Whitmore, negro, as ths : fendant in an action by the state seeking a conviction on a charge of assault with intent to kill. No date has teen definitely set as yet | PINE BLUFF, Oct. 29 for the case. The grand jury this mornUiij re thougnt the key ring a pistol. DIGGESTfUUE Germany's DO-X Flying Boat Scheduled to Start for U. S. November 6. Rescue Workers Push Onward .Seeking 22 Men Still Entombed. McALESTER, OkJa.. Oct. 23 (UPI —Rescue workers pushing slowly PRANKFORT-ON - MAIN, Germany. Oct. 29. (UP)—The flying boat DO-X, largest aircraft of Its type In the world, has completed preparations for its flight to No* York,-It was understood here .today. The giant machine went through a trial flight of five hours yesterday and weathered n 'storm of considerable IiHtrLsi'.)'. November 8 has been set tentatively for the slarl of the journey across the Atlantic. I | and gas filled number four Wheatley mine sent up word today they had. located the bodies of eight entombed miners. | The bodies were huddled on the sixteenth-level of the slope pit coal Hole which was.wrecked by an explosion Monday night. Apparently tlie'men died of poisonous gas. Meanwhile officials announced they believed. 30 men had been trapped. Previously It was thought 29 men were involved. A new muster, brought announcement today 22 men were missing Inn addition to .the bodies, found. No effort was made to bring the victims to the- surface. Workers continued digging through the cholced passage ways. ll Call Chairman Named to Make Drive in County Communities. Mrs. Howard Prnclor. chairman of ilie Ked Cross roll call, has pluc- cd the responsibility of securing membership In the surrounding communities In the hands of these citizens: Leachville, Mrs. . H. c. Dew; Manila, Mrs, Steuarl; Rowland, Mrs. O. N. Clllmer; Gouicll, Mrs. Mary' Bevtll; Yaibro, Alvin Huffman, Mrs. R-bmson: Armorel, Mrs- Charles Crlgger jr.;" Clear Lake, Mrs. Jerry Miller; Burdette. Pine Bluff Contractor Ac- ! Calls Practice Sessions for Drum and Bugle Corps cused ias Accessory toi Burglary, Larceny. | j bugle corps lo report for practice (UP> — j this week in preparation for Ar- Horace W. Tucker, prominent Pine I mlstlce day and for ceremonies in - ! Bluff contractor, today faced a ; Connection uith the opening of the Into the lower levels of the Uttered | Chris Tompkliis; D:ll, E. D. Woodard. . ... In |inst years the smaller towns In (his vicinity have heartily cooperated hi the roll call and It Is exiiectcd that the same enthusiasm will t3 displayed this year, Tlie roll call activities are going forward among individuals • and firms.- MVB. R. N.-tyare -jr.,.chair- man of gr'-up enrollment, ntinmin- ces that these firms have joined lu the 100 percent enrollment of all employes: • First National Bank, Farmers Bank and Trust company. Joe Isaacs store, J. 0. Penney stove, Arkansas Grocer company,- Miller and Cronshaw, County officials tind Ccurlor News. • Clubs end civic -organizations are being urged to follow the example ! made by tho Dud Cajxm post of the American Legion which 1ms taken out two supporting memberships. - ,- f -. There "arc four types of' memberships and In. any of these-50 cents of each membership goes to the International work and . Ihe rest remains here for local charity. Thi annual membership is $1, the contributing membership So, the sustaining membership $10 and Ihe supporting membership $25 OALVA. III., Oci. 23. (UPl-THe eang.Mcr.s who kidnaped Earl L. Yocum. millionaire: president of the Yocum State bank, from his home nnd held him captive "four, days whlic they negotiated for MO.OOO ransom, released Yocum this mom',- . "I was lr«U«l kindly' arid''wcll I but. I do r.ot- care to 'dlscu&i: tho terms on \vlilch I.was freed, 1 : Yo- ciun lolel Ihe. United Press nftfr returning to Oalva from Atkinson. 20 miles northwest. '•' ' '. :'•'•• Drlvfs Up at Own Door Without a. word to authorities Yocum, at 8 a. m. drove his automobile up to the porch of his home from which lie was klduapcd. A. E. Anderson, cashier of the Yocum State Bank of which Yocum 5 president, announced the banker's safe rclurn. "I have no Idea where the men who kidnaped mo went, after getting me away from my house Sat- urelay night," Yocum continued. "Every step they took must hnye been well planned In advance, They knew Just what they wauled and they went about getting it without hesitation, . ' ' . "They drove me in an automobile to Atkinson this moniufg. '1 was blindfolded and could not see where we were or what kind of country we went through. When we got to Atkinson they loosened ilhe bandages and freed me. Hastened Home at Once "I took on" the bandages .one- found I was on a street In Atkinson. The first thing I'did was lo go to a gnragc and get assistance In getting back to Qalva. I knsw my wife would be frantic and all TJ * »« m •. •w/.ninin rvoK I" ° T7—v. r~~ "","", lurned three more indictments j charge rf being an accessory after, new"VnnoV^''buil'dniz'~was > Issued rlcd to Mri, Eleanor McClain Cral 3 51tlall bulMlng but casualties were agaUKl „„.„ ne | d ln jail, mey are | the fat to burglary and. grand lar ' ' * of Greenville, Miss., who survives. nol defnllely knoivn. The fate oi John Anderson and Pete Crlder, | c env in a him. He was a member of Idle- j r M rein's of the District re-1 a^ncd ,. v uh robbery, and wild Pr?sbytorlan Church. Mem- mained unknown. ' ' - r llbd by Pros- Roy j ecutor EW. Brockman. • today by P. A. White, chairman of committee in charge of phis. Keiley Dismissed {or Attack on Shale Deals Tlie newspaper Asa hi repoi 170 Japanese and 70 natives been killed by the- revolting tribes men but this figure was not o3i confirmed. , . . I Hawkins, accused of burglary and , The arrest of Tucker followed irto: - grand larceny. All pleaded no: |th? ci-cape of W. D. "Doug" Eng- nal guilty when arraigned In court. I laud. Tucker's nephew, Sunday Ihe the corps. Pick Out, Crop for Maximum Return Cot t o n Growers Are Advised. While most gins are now equipped to handle pulled o: snapped cotton to much better advantage than was possible a few years ago growers nevertheless flud It profitable to pick oul their Drummers, who arc asked to re- crops, In the opinion of local gln- p-ri at the courthouse at 7 p. m. ners, cotton men and farm advis- WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 (UP) — Secretary f.f Interior Wilbur today dismissed Ralph S. Kclley, former chief of the western division of the general land office. Tlie action followed the justice department's Investigation of Kelby's charges that the Interior de- parement had been guilty of mal- administration of Colorado oil shale •Kclloy's dismissal was.'aiof September 29. the date on which he asked Wilbur to accept' 1 his resignation Wilbur's letters to Kellcy follows: "Referring to my letter of September 29 suspending you, your conduct has br-m such that yur connection with the interior department may bo considered terminated by dismissal ns ol Sep- lemtir 29. 1930. Postpone Police Court Case Against Railroad The trial of E. F. Blomcyer. as agent for the Frisco rallroafi. which Is charged with allowing a Main street crossing to be obstructed for more than ten minutes by a freight train he.s again been continued In police court. The latest date set for the trtlal is November 8. W. O. Su?g of Dyersburg. Tenn.. was fined $50 In police court Tues- iday on a charge of Illegal posses- Ision ot liquor. It was generally understood to- [night when officers went to the day that the grand jury is i contractor's home to arrest Eng- - L Baling several recent fires in Bly- land they were refused admittance ,, iheville in which arson has been | until a search warrant was secur- Thursday night, Ja irns, Utho suspected. Thc graiid jury wlllprob- led. Officers charge the delay ably not complete its work and C ri the way for England's escape, j make Its final report until late England, alleged hi-jacker, is' , J '£""£, nf* « ? H H £!f d Mre about- - gettihg j; fc«l:-- N0t ' otton ****** Dt pUllKl "pensive to gather. to suffer as to Fisher Residence on Highway 18 Is Razed The Fletcher Fisher residence In the Pride subdivision on Highway 18, just outside tlie western llmils of this city was. destroyed by fire about 2 o'clock this morning. A city fire truck was called to the scene but the fire had already gained full headway and Ihe building and a large part- of Ihe household fumllure were destroyed. home mid comforting her. The g»- lage offered irie the use of an aulo and. sent a boy to drive me' home. I would have been too 'nervous to drive alone." ' . " .County 'officers, nettled by public criticism of Uielr lack of action in theiuvestlgajloii, spent yesterday In futile efforts to discover some clew to the abductors. They found theni- selyes baffled by the Implacable at-.' tltude of ^irs. Mae Yoctitn, wire o' tlie- missing .banker, who ctmtimtea" " to refuse to. assist. Ihe iiwestigatbn; and who expressed resehtinent at ttempts to locate lier hush arid and its custodians. 'Who an\ I, a Ion;; woman. against a crowd of gangsters?" she burst out against th.3 Importunities of those who asked "her assistance In investigating the 'kidnaping. ", • . Classmates Are Oiiiccrs • of Dentists Association Thursday. extracting and cleaning equipment Buglers, who are to report at 7 of the gin. wanted for officers of 'jveral I '• ln Friday night, are Pete i "In a year when every dollar 1 southeast Arkansas counties In ' Thompson, Gordon Rnmey, Arnold 'counls It would be extremely fcol j connection with a number of rob- ! JohiiiOn, Robert Recder, Herbert" ' bJries. Authorities at the U. S Mwk, Bernard Menard, Lloyd Wise. Will Return to Jobs irctormaloi-y nt Chlllicothe, O., are I also believed to want England who Eddie Sallba. Russell Blair. Joe Burns, Byron Morse, John Long Oct. 29. (UP)—Ger-U reported to have escaped from ! "id Charles Brogden. Gets 12 Years for Attack Upon Deputy HOT SPRLNGS, Oct. 29. (UP) — Paul Melton, alias Paul Miller ot j Little Rock, was sentenced to serve T , n , - , IT i : 12 years in the state penitentiary 1 anker KelUSed Help ; on a plea of guilty te> a charge of assault with Intent to kill. Wreck Survivors Say BERLIN, many's unsettled industrial condition was considerably eased today by an agreement for the settlement of the Berlin metal workers strike Involving 140.000 men. The strike terminated late last night. Thc settlement foresaw the immediate resumption of work \m- ider the conditions valid before an eight per cent wage cut was authorized by an arbitration board. American Legion Post that Institution while tcrving term on a Dyer act charge. NEW YORK, Oct 29. (UP) — The Henry R. Mollory of the Clydi The charge grew out of a fight between Melton and Deputy Sher- llne made port today with six sur- i IIV Adolph Anderson In which the vlvors ot the freighter Barbadoes. "" "'"" '""" which sank iu a eale oil the Delaware capss curly Sunday and carried five persons to death. Amcng those lost were E Q Val- vcrde. own?r of v,1fe Haltic. the vessel, nnd his Captahi L. W. Hough of the Bnr- badocs told a grim story of how iv istter was badly beaten. •ir Votes Jack Diamond Makes Bond i {or Jury Appearance NEW YORK. Oct. 29 (UP)—Jack "LEES" Diamond today posted a S15.000 bond to assure Ins appear- ! Worker Burned When ping." one'Blythcvilte cotton mnn RIO DE JANEIRO, Ocl. M (UP) iakl this morning when to'.d that -leaders of the successful Brazil- '»rmers in a few communities were | ian revolution assembled hero to- commencing to pull their cotton, j day to welcome Dr. Oelullo Vorgas 'The crop will cost less to gather [to the presidency of the nation. ™nn «-ni ..n , ™ ,t „ >, «,,v. I Dr V[lrgas was cxpKtcd (0 nr today with' an escort of rev- 'Lantern ignites Gas LUXOR A, Ark — Monday night Ralph Deppe au employe of Woods' Construction company, was severely burned by fl, gasoline ex- P Ios 'on that occurred when In the i.,r-_, ,>,„ -„„-,(.. ornnrl lurk- k"" 01 "" mai occurreo wncn in uie ~r£ r s " ^ ^ar^i^r^ 1 ^ E to his own sh-otlng. t.M,^ t« , ^«,— «„ *•«, *,*. The ball was furnished by a local i O J r surety company and, approved by 10 KeQ LrOSS I general sessions judge Rosalssky tachcd to a pontoon. He was carrying a lighted lantern and from It Ihe motor tank and two drums Thl acll n followed taports Dto- or Sai0llne w " c ^ n]lcd alld (or ' An approprlnticn of $50 for two'mond would be removed from M:l- supporting jr.Knbersiilps In the ( ronolltan l;ospital on Welfare Is- ] local chapter of the American land where he has been convnles- , Red Cross ivss voted last night I clng from fouj "bullet wounds. I ' ' the n , n ,, t h . no« confined to the pon- PREDICT BOOM ALAMOSA, Co!., Oct. (UP) — Prospect; of an oil boom In the by Dud Cason Post. American j j l.ejlon. | The post also discussed plans KENOSHA. WIs. (UP)—Mt$s IDENTIFIES OLD SIGNATVRE VETS PROMISE HER BIO PARTY REEDSVILLE, WIs. (UP)—Mrs for thc obsen'ance of Armistice Katherlne Perklnson, 90, In court Oustlrm Schwalm has been prom- Dft y. program for the day wlU here as a witness on a will made ] Ised the biggest birthday party ol announced following a me;t- 68 years ago. Thomas A. Moran. ;her life by the Recdsvlllo Amerl- for growers lo resort to snap- Brazilian Rebels Await New President's Arrival nnd will sell for more If it Is pick- ! ed, he declared, "and it Li nothing . MEMPHIS, Oct. 29. (UP)—University of Tennessee classmates were elected president and vice-president of the Trl-State Dental Clinic Dr. B. c. GalUmore, mayor of McKenzle, Term., was elected president, succeeding Dr. James C. Hall, LilUe Rock. Dr. Galllmore .was graduated from the University ol Tennessee In 1913 with Dr. E. P. Simpson, Memphis, the newly elected vice-president:. Other officers are Dr. A. W. Hudson, Prescolt, Ark., vice-president for Arkansas, arid Dr. C. K. Batley, Grenada, Miss., vice president for Mississippi. For the twelfth consecutive time Dr. Carroll R. Ogden of Memphis was elected secretary:trensurer. short of criminal lo throw this ex- olutionary troops from southern ""•" ""ray i" B year '*? i Brazil. Thc entry Into the capita | wll! be marked by great public re; Jolcing for what Is generally re, garded as the beginning of a n:w i era In Brazilian politics - , t .. . vc RIJHUUI.VV.W » v ..w..... s « j,t\.\.fc OQ VCHia ogv. n. ,Ttw.«.-, ->v» «ic U¥ t<K J\wu^»lLlt: fullrll- San Luis Valley were seen in the, !„,, O f a committee later In the then a farmhand, drew the will for! can Legion Post If she lives two ^''ir Ahmo?n nnrt n rt Clr " 1 ° I|wcek - u '''I' 1 nM be ,P osslble to her brother. Moran later became:more mrs Kli rcaches the Mn . ^ ca oin . :e uoujw ic . land in Alimosn and adjo.nlns ; stage the observance in conjunc- dean O f the University of Chicago , tury mart. In the nuantlme i vsaled that the yoan* men dirt not p-tmt ?> for uell drlllinq nrril-irXIC.UI A « ,.^*u *V*A ^r./iiA^iTnT\ ^f t;, ft . ._. \ , **.- t,...™ «^i^* i .. ™_. .„. _, . --«*vu wmv mi. juui.? i Officers Seek Yong Men and Stolen Suits Officers are seeking two young men who went Into Joe Isaacs store yesterday, picked out n suit apiece, and walked oul while a clerk sought the manager's approval of their check which suttcQitent- ly proved worthless. According to reports the young men selected their new doting carefully and Ihe suns were boxed and laid on the cash;;r's counter while Uie clerk win waited on them toughl oal his employer for approval of their rl-.eck on a Steels, Mo. bank. When he returned to the counter both cus- t'mers snd suits dls.ippeared. A. phone call to the Stee-'.e bank re- unidentified lanker slid by their \ fcr c-untl?.-, .or well drilling Gcol-g'sts- oil companies havc°ex- " i,\( tinker suu uy ineir s icr \uiiuiw> un ium|iame& nave lifeboat ignoung flares and rcfus- prcvsed tb: btllef that perfect Ing ns.Mslnnce. oil Idomeis underlie most of the valley. t!on with the dedication of Uie ] aw school and was the professor new armory building, as Indlca- 0 ( judge R. V. Baker, who ordered lions ore that the building wlll'-| n e will probaled after her tcstl- nol be refldy by Norember li. l- n)CH1 y, "Grandma" Schwalm goes about her dally tasks, Including * walk to tne post office and work In her garden. have any account It Is sated. Joe Isaacs, owner of t!ie store, Is offering a reward of J25 (or the apprehension cf the t.".a:'< Safe and Sane Hallowe'en Is Memphis Police Order MEMPHIS, Ocl. 29. (UP)-The day of rough sluft has passed, police Informed .Hallowe'en merrymakers today »nd warned them Jail sentences would be given offenders. American Legion Post Votes $50 to Red Cross Ernest Jones, winner of tlie dU- trlct Atwiter Kent audliion. contest, will sing from Hot Springs' j radio station KTHS Thursday af- | tcrnoon, 2 o'clock, in the state cou r ItSfl. As 60 per cent depends on the 'popular vote received t!ie peopl: j here have been asked to tune In on > vote for him r letters. Each message only counls one vote, no matter how many sign it, occordir.i; to Mrs. George 'M. Lee. his teacher. If he wins the state contest he will then try for greater honors of national prominence. Mrs. Lee and Mr. Jones will also : visit In Arkadelphla before return- ling home. 1,090,000 PIECES IN SUITK PARK FALLS. WIs. (UP)—A i bedroom suite Inlaid with more j Oisn 1,000,000 pieces of patterned I walnut, redwood, nnd spruce stands j ARKANSAS-Pair, colder In in the little bedroom back of An- \ syM hportlon, frost tonight: Tliurs- WEATHER drew Halaksen's filling stitlon here. Halakstn spent four years making a bed, dresser, cedar chest day ialr. There was a Ujht frcr. hera las'. tirid stand out of pieces of wood so night with the minimum tempera- small he wa* able to hold 10,000 of lure. 39 degrees and tho mailniuni, them In his two hands at one time-. 70 dcerees.

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