The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1934 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 23, 1934
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Served by tke United Prew BEYTHEVILEE COURIER Till DOMINANT NEWBPAPEK OP NORTHEA 8T ARKANSAS AND SOOTIWAOT UI88OTOI HOME VOL. XXX t—NO. 57 Blythevllle D»lly Ne« ' Dlythevllle Ccurler Mississippi Valley Lender Blytlievllle Heruld AKIUNSAS. WKDNRSIUY, MAY 2IJ, 1934 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CKNTfl AND BONNIE PARKER SLAIN Three S/iof in Form Feud Near Osceola LaFollette Bids G. O. P. Farewell OF PISTOL BOTTLE IR[ HUB BEITH Life Long Resident of County Succumbs 1 lis Hand Seen Mrs. Mary Eliza Crawford. G8, dlc-.l suddenly al her lisme r.erc ycster- Jday following a stroke of paralysis. Funeral services were held this afternoon al North Snwbn cemetery with the Rev. J. L. N'cwsom, pus tar of the 'Second Baptist churc.'.. officiating. Pallbearers were: Ow'rS'nl BenHey, Buford Jenkins, A. C. Moody, J. B. Hacm. E. R. Jackson and J. M. Pinkerman. The deceased came to tills county when less than a year old untl liad made her route IVM-C since OSCEOLA, May 23.—A farm leud I lhat time. Slie is survived by her between iwo families living near I husband, C. W. Crawford, to whom Carson Lake, southwest of here,! she had been married 52 years, .six flared up today, sending three men j sons, Ira, George, Egbert, Arcrie. Carson Lake Farm Manager and Sons of Former Manager Use Guns to the hospital, two of them in a critical condition. The men in Memphis hospitals are Calvtn Cummings, 27. Ernest Cummings, '2'i, and Turner Lauder- j dale, 30. The Cinnmings brothers are in a x critical condition. Umderdalc, v.'ith whom they engaged in a gun battle, is in a serious contiliion with a gunshot wound in his chest. The shooting occurred early this morning on the De Lugach plantation, where Luuderdale succeeded J. L. Cuminings. fairer of Calvin and Ernest, as farm manager last March. Dropped From. Relief Rolls Mr" De Lu^ach, who lives In Meiriphis, had instructed Landerdale to employ no members of the Cummings family. Unable to find employment elsewhere, however, th'ey hat] remained on the place and had been supported by federal relief until recently. When they were dropped, from the relief rolls they blamed Lauderdale, accusing him of reporting to the authorities at Osceola L' the elder Cummlngs was a • labor agitator. Early this morning LAuderdile ••was'at the barn, sharpening a hoe, while negro field hands .were 'ijeT- tiug lire-mules ready [or Hie day's work, when Calvin Cummings approached him and said he wanted him to acTwmpany him to Osceola to "straighten out that damn lie" so the Cummings boys could qualify for employment on the new colonization project west of Marie. Brother Appears With Gun When Lauderdale said he ni time to go to town Cummings cursed him. Lauderdale struck him wllli the hoc he had in his hands knocking him to the ground. Al Thomas and Henry, and one daughter Mrs. Mae Ledbetter 19 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Moss Undertaking company is hi i charge of arrangements. iTwo Suits Asl< $31,000 for Highway Accident! Two suits have been filed lu circuit I'oiiri here as n result of roati accidents, one of which rrsuUeu fatally. A iolnl of $31,000 is .sought. In one .suit W. u. Slovall, ud- minlstialor of the cstnt.? of R. *F. • Moore. Is plaintiff and William lio-ow.'-ky, Manila merchant, Is defendant. Moore was falnliy injured when' struck bv a at rdrlviin by Ikuowsky on Highwiiy 18 near Itecland, March 19. The action, chanjlns ncKligence on Dorowsky's ]iarl, asks Sil.OflO. A. F. lirannan, truck driver for. Trinity farms Construction eoiii- iany. seeks $10.000 for injuries sus- ained when Ills truck wrecked on Dfcember '23. 1933. Urannan al- eges that failure of the con«li-ic- lion company to repair defective, ighllng equipment of the truck was responsible. Claude F. Cooj>er Is counsel In the death case and J. T. Coston In niannun's sull. .5. EDS' Body of Slaia Naval Officer Found in Ditch is tempo- Administrative Unit Organized for County Homestead Project OSCEOLA, Ark., May 23.— The Mississippi County Homestead Project office, the administrative unit which will be in charge of development of the new rural tion colony near Marie, rarily established in headquarters at the local relief office. J. M. Hewitt of Little Rock, field representative of the Emergency Relief Administration, arrived Monday t<> launch the new project which -it is understood will be" directed locally by Cone Murphy with L. C. Gady as general auditor of the project. Offices, it Is understood, will be moved to the homestead project site as soon as suitable headquarters are constructed. The new colony Is to be named '•Dyess" in honor of W. R. Dyess of Osceola, state relief administrator, under whose administration the Mississippi county project and two similar ones in parts of the Ihat moment Ernest Cummuigs ap- ' Elate will be developed at a cost Sunin tenter In Ihe controversy rafclug over the Darrow retiort criticizing Hit; NHA Is Charles Kdward Ituesell (above), the author credited with writing much of the report aud whom NRA of- Ik-ials iiitlrnalu Id responsible for wliut they term the contradictory nature of the Harrow board'a conclusions Kussell la former Socialist c-uBdldale for Governor of .New York. Moto.v R.'nort Also Strict Control of Firearms CIREENSnim. Kans, May 'u. , I < UP)—The body ol Commander B. |J. 'IVowbrldte, U. s.itmvy win , found lying In n ditcii n' miles northwest of here loday, The fkuii .had Ixien crushed. | Three Grecittburt; olflcers l<:cul- I rd (he Iwdy. lyhi(5 under n clumii 11 ! of thistles beside it Inm-ly road Urges | Ciliards were stationed about the I body pending arrival o[ MirMfi 01 Okla.. officers wilt U'u lliulglns, former Mississippi convict, wuo 1-011- fcssed Uu' tsUiylng. OF STRIKE Labor Body Submits Terms for Settlement of Minneapolis Trouble MINNEAPOLIS. May 23. (DPI — The Twin City regional labor hoard I today ordered the truck drivers i strike ended. Executive committees of the la'- 1 30r unions and employers met to vote acceptance of the agreement,' reached last night by the board. The terms of the agreement bind Crusaders Sponsoring Pe- of legalized Mate. ired with a weapon. He fired, striking Lauderdale in Ir.e chest. Lauderdale 'drew his own revolver and fired al Ernest, hitting him in the pelvis. He 'then shot Calvin, who was just get'.ing up from She bullei into his ground, sending a abdomen. Little hope is held for the recov- of approximately a million dollars. The first of five saw milts to be used in clearing the cut over tract tition for Initiation Dry Law 'Repeal of LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Ul'l—Ar- kansas voters probably will ballot next November I) hard /' on the return liquor to the Petitions askjng sale and distribution of spurious beverages and providing foj- licensing and regulation of distilleries are bdug circulated throughout the state by the Crusuclcrs organi/ation. Some of 20,000 acres devoted to the col- 1 16 '°°° signatures, or eight per ceni ony was put on the ground yesterday, four car loads of mules have been unloaded, and early delivery of two sets of drag line equipment is expected. Homes will be ready : ery of Calvin Cummlngs. while the I for the occupancy of 500 families j condition of Ernest is little better. '" ' " ' Lauderdale suffered a serious chesl wound, but is exacted to recover. Welby Young, deputy prosecuting of those . voting in the last election. ar,e necessary sion .of ; th? question within 90 days, administrative of-; P rivlI 9S e flclals said. for submls- in the general election. 1'rovVslon is made for local option ejections, giving counties th? of acceptm,; or rcjcci- . privilege ol acceiJtm,; or rejecting tlic new act should it be vot- WASHlMOTON May 23. (Ui'l— l>r',f. Rayinoiv.1 Mol»y today urBOd lhat congress Increase the investl- ralion lo:>j of lilt' department of ustlcc lo 1,000 men if the newly 2doit?d anti-clime bills are not to 'fail of their puriiose." In the first Installment of bis Ion-/ delayed crime report, as rc- swl by the dci;artm°nt of jus- lice. Moluy reiallrtl llic "mlscrabb lLTe nf prolilblllon enforcemenl" and said that the 391 agents of the tlci! dcoarlmenl are "totally In- fiitetjiiate." Hits I'lstul Tutliif Moley proposed In the Interest o! law and order thai f'e American citizen be disarmed of Ills six n or atilomutlc pistol. 'In my Judgment." he snld, "the T«|Uirem?nts of modern civilization aro such as to mak? 11 exccedlnylv desirable that the manulacture and sale of firearm-; I>5 strictly controll- "d :U the source, that nrlvate cltl- 7rns should not be permitted to arm tiiern?elvrs CYC.ept undrr strict re<?- I'li-'lo-i -uid for limited nurposes." Tlie_ department has nropo^a 1 but COII^TPSS 1m not enacted a re?iilale the im\xirtalinn. mnnufac- inre. sale, and possession of ma- cli'ue guns arxl small firearms. Tile renort, which tad hecn In I'rcoaration ever sine-; Molcv r"- each employer to "adliere to and be bound br all 'the feq'ili'fements of''' n Section 7-A of the NIRA.' If the employes of any firm shall select representatives of the Drivers and Helpers union to bargain for them, the employers are bound to deal with representatives so selected. The peace terms also command Ihe strike lo be called off Immediately. The labor board's let ins were Issued after the bcurd had been In session for nearly 34 consecutive tours. The stipulations in the lerms sril! be binding on both sides after approval by committees representing employers and the drivers union. Tlie terms came after violence during the past week had resulted in one death and more t.'.an li)Q injured. . imder-secrctnrv of state Klr Scnlf inbsr. iinrt which once was rer-orl-cl ns "vanished" hv Atlor- The new colony, on wlu'ch it is proposed to spend $500.000 of fed- attorney, said charges against all .eral money, will he reached by grav- three would be held up pending out-i ol road from Wilson, and gravel come of their injuries. J. L. Cum-! roads will be constructed lo pro- mings, father of the Cummings vl( le easy access to all parts of the boys, was arrested this morning but was released on his own recognizance. It appeared he had no connection with the shcoling. tract. Another emergency relief project, not In any way connected with the new colony, but looking towards re-, duction in the relief rolls next win- 1/ x l™i»ed. ter, is a 40-acre community garden- Plans are ed n.txt fall. By petition per j'cenl of the qualified of 25 voters the county the local oplion elections could be called by the county judge within 15 days after the act was passed. The proposed nci would not af- f.tct the 3.2 per cent beer and wine lax already in cifect. Seurt- "iary j. L. Smith of the Crusaders Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK. May 23 (UP) ^ Unfavorable news for the steel industry forced steel issues to new _ lows for the year and unsettled horticulturist, is In Osceola to be established near Wilson, from, which products will be canned tlili summer at the canning center ref cently established at Wilson. I W. G. Amstein. state extension the general list. National, Bcth- l«hem and Inland steel were carried to new lows al losses ranging to more than two points. A. T. and T Anaconda Copper ...... Bethlehem Steel ........ Chrysler .............. Cities Service .......... Coca Cola ............ General American Tank 112 7-8 H 1-4 32 38 25-8 35 7-8 General Electric ........ 197-8 General Motors ........ 31 3-8 International Harvester 31 5-8 Middlewest Utilities .... 3-16 Montgomery Ward ...... 24 New York Central ...... 27 3-8 Packard .............. 37-8 Phillips Petroleum ...... 18 Radio Corp ............ 11-4 Simmons Beds .......... 16 Gt. Louis-San Francisco 3 Standard of N. J ....... 42 3-8 Texas Co .............. 23 3-4 U. 3. Steel ............ 39 1-2 Chicago Wheat \ May July May July open 69 1-2 88 high 91 1-4 89 1-8 low 89 3-8 87 7-8 close 90 3-8 88 7-8 in conference with county supervisor, B. N. Wilson, and other m\>m- bers of the county rehabilitation committee regarding plans for/the garden, «-hlcii will be cultivate; 1 ! by persons now on the relief rojlls New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, May 23 ,<UP1 — Cotton futures react»d with storks today in a poor showing .on the New Orleans exchange. TJie market closed one to three points down after a. 10-point declhi4 earlier In the day. | open high Jow close May 1118 1123 \115 1120 J 'l'y 1130 1132 1125 1132 Oct 1148 1152 11143 1151 D «: 1159 1IG2 I J »h 1162 1162 1162 1108 March 1174 / U78 Spots closed quiet at| 1143, on* 5 Cotton NEW YORK, May '23 (UP) — (o name three commissioners for nn alcohol control authority with terms of three..six and nine years and salaries o( $1,000 annually plus expenses. A managing director would be named by the commissioners. He would receive S5.000 annually and bo sub. ject to cause. removal or without Money for the immediate operation of the authority would come i Irom ;t S100.000 appropriation 01 he University of Arkansas fund Firsl revenue from liquor taxes and licenses would be diverted to rc;:ay this sum. lil of the authority to Operate In any county c..uld uc v^.i on al any general election subsc quent to expiration of the firs 15-day period provided for pctl lion of local oplion elections Smith said. nry General Homer S. Cummlngs idvocit»d imiT"> of a lengthy list of ontl-crime bills. Six of the measures alreadv have liecn m"dc law by tie signature of President Roosevelt. Moiev exolflliiPd lhat because of s hcqvv duties since be Ins returned to private life, preparation of the rp'icrt has Iven retarded nnd tin'. In fact It still Is not com- d. There will be two more In inMits Int^r. re said in a slat-!- t Issued through (he justice riepart"">nl. S'rnnTr Fitrce NfpJril ln? that congress piss still \ction Taken at Request of Judge; No New Indictments Returned Chicago Corn open 48 7-8 M high 49 3-4 53 1-4 low 48 7-8 81 close 49 3-8 61 3-4 Coiton closed steady. May July Ocl Dec Jan Starch open 1125 high) low 1128( 1114 close 1128 1135 1135 1125 1134 1ien 11tc ^ i i ic tie* Federal Compress Plant at Maiden Destroyed MALDEW. Mo. — Tlw Maiden Compress Co. owned bv the Ped- 'ral Compress Co.. of Memphis, Tenn.. was destroyed by fire early Tuesday. The loss was estimated at $500,000. An Invest I Ration was ordered after Lon Guthfle, night watchman, told officers that fire started In 1150 1165 ', 1H5 1162 1IC7 ,' 1157 1167 1112 I 1104 1176 1187 I 1112 HSt 11C6 1172 1182 Spots closed quiet at 1150, unchanged. / LITTLE ROCK.—A report on Its investigation inlo transactions involved in the state's refund three years ago of $21.114.13 lo representatives of four road improvement districts was tendered by the I'u- :askl county grand Jury in Firsl Division Circuit court yesterday, but was quickly withdrawn when Judge McGchec made H clear he preferred that this be done. Before advising tr.e jurors that there was no necessity for any pub- He statement of its findings. Judje McGehee read the typewritten report, submitted to htm after the grand jury had devoted another to the inquiry. Witnesses also were heard in tre cose at Tuesday ant Friday sessions last week, and the second meeting Indictments for embezzlement were returned agalns Urey Haden of Jonesboro. It was Indicated yesterday tha the grand jury had adopted report, subsequently withdrawn, fol lowing Its failure to vote Indict merits sought by Prosecuting Attor ney CJrl E. Bailey. He was said tc have recopimended trat charges b lodged against persons other tha: Hayden. Civil actions In connection wit (he refunds have been brought b Ally. Gen. Hal L. Norwood agalns Haden, A. C. Broadaway, Dwlgh H. Black\ycoa, termer highway com !in"[her mcisure extending federal police facilities. Moley said that the deunrtmcnl of Justice had dmie rc- nrirkahly well recenllv with Its llm- lt<vl ntnnhfr or operatives. I "Tre hinh raMo of results." he said, "tins done much to restore the i!res'.i"o of federal justice after thr mlserabl" failures register- by the nrohlbltion division the 351 15 years. "It \vonlv* be folly, however, to xrecl to secure comparable suc- esses with tVe uronosed crime bills 1 ii'ini^diate provision is made or siibslantial increases In Die 1111- rol sirenqth of the division of nvesti?ation. 'At tl~ n presont time the field vestteaFitig force totals but 391 clal agents This Is totally In- Local Physician Freed After Forced Ride From Senalh to Piggott Lured tiway from his slsler's home at Sennlh, Mo, Monday n'^lit by n rretciuKl appeal for aid, Dr. Paul L. Tipton. Blythc- vllle physician, was held captive for u stiort time by a drug addict who left Dr. Tipton unmolest ed but minus his car, medicine case und a small amount ot money. The man. unldonlilled was laler captured by Eherl/f Jack Wallaln of Clay coiinly. According to reports from Plg- EOlt, Ark., Dr. Tipton left hi 1 slsler's home at Senath with i man who called early Mondaj night, asking the physician to accompany him out on a road about six miles to treat hls'.wlfe. After they left the Senatlj residence in the physician's car the stranger covered Dr. Tlplon with n sawed nff shotgun and forced the (to (o drive into Arkansas, near the edge of Piggott. There the man ordered Dr. ' Tipton out of. the car and sped away. The man, still at the wheel of the Blylhevllle physician's car, was found by officers several hours later. He apparently had' used narcotics from the doctor's kit, the sheriff said. Dr. Tlplon, who maintains an office al Senath as well as here, had not returned to tils home today. U Is possible (hat federal charges may be preferred against Dr. 'Upton's abductor since the abduction of the physician in Missouri mid taking him Into Arkansas gives federal authorities Jurisdiction. Vlplou nf a new day In VYlHcnn- eiu . [lollliea la touu here b; Senator Robert M. l.tib'ullollo fta he gefilures la tarewell in tlin Republican party. With aid nf farmer and lalior Brciuii*. l.n Knllmte. and bis baikora funiuul u new I'rn^reulie party, at u convention II food du l.ic- and tlio senator will niu lor re-cltc- tlon on tba! Ikfcul till* lull Mail of Fire From Guns of Officers lLnds / The! r Career in Louisiana O1BSI.AND, La.. May 23 (UP)— Clyde Harrow nnt! lloiinle Parker, v:hn lived by violence, died by violence today. The notorious southwestern desperado and his companion.'were down from ambush by :,]x officers. Harrow and his sweetheart were-., riding In u coupe when the olllcers. hiding .behind n slight rise at the edsc of the highway, o\xn-. ed fire. Bnrruw fell sideways against the automobile door, which he hud o]>ened at the first volley' of bullets. He had no chunce lo raise a • machine gun that lay between his knees. Bonnie Parker slumped forward over a machine fun rcstnd In her lap. Harrow and his companion were alone In the automobile, said Mill-shall A. B. Williams of Gibsland. Newspapermen who visited the ceiio of the slaying confirmed re- orls that only Barrow and llonnle ere killed, Caught Unaware It was learned dim Harrow, pos- ig as a cluilrnmker, had been In his vicinity for a week, living In. vacant house about a mile from he scene of his dentil. He visited Glbsland last night, uithorltle.s learned. This morning ifflcers blocked all highways Jcad- ng from the town. Sheriff Henderson Jordan of Arcadia, La., accompanied by five other olflcers, ild In the weeds, along an. embankment at the; side of the hljh- Hit Man's Here After Being by Carutliersville Car. Manufacturers Association Secretary'Declares Business Suffers LITTLE ROCK. May 23 (UP) — Business has the "hcble Jeb!es" because of experimental legislation and activities of the national labor board have tended lo create 'd, P'-e fhld i'H'estigatiiri forer; honlrl Immediately be Increased to ot less than 1.000." Unless (he Justice department ts .Ncel Sargent, of Washington, secretary of the National Association of Manufacturers, said here today. "We know that while business trenethenccl. he said, the n°'v an- has Improved during the past year l-criine liws cannot be fully en- it would orced and" th^ prestige of federal more and •nv enforcement will "be impair- much d." Shousc Plans Duplex ' on West Walnut Street Erccitoti of a two story duplex apartment horse hnmedlatrlv- east of his residence. 815 West Walnut rtrcet. will be started about the first of June by J. W. Shouse, 'oca! aiilomoblle dealer. The cost Is estimated between $6.000 and S3 000. have Improved much would be going ahead faster today if it were net for Industry-crippling measures which either have been enacted or enactment of which is threatened," Sargenl said in addressln? i lie Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce. "We cam:ol long continue to rely upon government expenditures to Increase emplojTnent and purchasing iwwer. but must depend upon increased private employment." During the first four months of 1934 there were 555 labor disputes, while only 293 for Ihe same period In 1933, he cited in critic- Eugene Tlioxllon, 5-ycur-uld sol of Mr. and Mrs. Ram Thoxtlon of. near Dcering, Mo., Is In f critical condition at the Illythe vllle hospital, Buffeting from In Juries sustained when struck b: a car driven by J. W. Tin ton, wel known Caruthersville cotton biiy er and Implement salesman, yes lerday. The Dcerlng boy has a sever head Injury and his face is als :everely Incrralcd. The accident occurred In «n un usual manner, according to Tiptoi who rushed the boy to the Irica nl. He stated here that he had been altracted by the youth v:hlle visiting on the W. I. Dcnton 'arm. Ihree inllrs rist of Deering where the T'ln'i'in f->"'U' lives. When he started to leave he bay asked for a ride and p lplon carried him a short dis- -nnrc in his car. returning the toy to his home. A moment after the boy Junviert rnit of (he car Tipton, believing he child had walked around the ':ack of the- car, started forward. As h" did so the boy, who np- ' iircntly had walked In front of br car Instead, cried out, and Tipton stopped his car. thinking blv the machine had knocked the youth Into a nearby rilfrh. : Ie disrovrrcd the. boy under the car .and pulled him out. mobile approaching when It' was .. , ibout 500 yards away..They open-' ed fire with machine guns and chotguns us the. automobile came nto'range. ' , : The desperadoes were caught unaware. So riddled and damaged " L>y gunfire was the automobile that .. It. had lo l>e moved by a \vreclcer. Dr. J. L. Wade, coroner at Ar- - cadla, viewed Ihe bodies, then. ._• ordered them taken to Arcadia wltli Ihe automobile. He made detailed examination . of the bodies at the scene of the slaying. Tie said he would conduct an Inquest at Arcadia. Officers In the parly Included Sheriff Jordan, his deputy, Curtis • 'nkley. and four officers from Texas, two from Houston and two from Dallas. Barro^- was p'nnnlnc to rob the Bank of Arcadia before n posse. . "hot and hilled him and his sweetheart. Sheriff Jordin of Dienvllle parish said ho received a tip two 'lpv<: a-o that Ihe notorious des-- "-rndn «-i* planning (o lay sle~e on the bank. The •very duplex, reaped, lo be modem will be built In l?.lng activities of the national labor on :»3rd. three separate sections of the com- mlssloncr. J. Lin Williams, former press at Within fire was discovered beyond control. about Ihe same time. I highway commissioner, and the Fi- fcw minutes after the dellty compay of Maryland. It had spread The compress was built In 192,1 and covered about five acres. The palace of the Pails Is Ihe National and Museum of France. Louvic In Art Gallery the site now occupied by an old structure which Is to be razed. Each apartment will have rooms on the first and second floor and will contain six rooms. Latest materials for Insulating Ihe build- Ing against heat and cold will b? usrd and an Individual heating plant wilt te provided for each apartment. The two-story frame building will be finished In white with contrasting green window shutters. U. S. Branson Is architect. f'hnrrrd with Nine Murdns Clyde Rarrow. 23. blazed a trail of crime, including nine murders and comi'lc"? bank robberl" 1 !, loot- 'n?s. mid kldnaulngs In the-last few years in Tevns. Oklahoma, Arkan.^*. Iowa, Missouri, Louisiana. Illinois. Ohio, New ^texico and Indiana. He was accomnanled usually by Ills sweetheart, Connie Parker, 19, kno"-n for the black cigars she. smoked. She. has frequently been reported »s r'ni-cr with a pistol as Harrow himself. Bnr'ow and Bonnie grew up in We.U Dallas, Tex. Barrow had his first brush with the law when he Little Gosnell Baby was 15. He was arrested for steal- In? an automobile. Later he and a nal. Raymond Hamilton, armed I? J n J • U 1 O j[ thenls -h'es with revolvers and start- round Uead in MlS OCU ed on a career of holdups and shootings. Late in 1029 Barrow was Docks Jackson, two months Barnetl Salesman Asks Damages for Collision OSCEOLA. Ark., May 23.—Howard Burton, salesman lor the W. T. Barnelt Motor company of Blythc- ville, has filed suit In circuit court here against J. J. Mulcahy of Memphis for $1.000 damages as a result of a collision on Highway 61 near Luxora between Burton's automobile mid the car driven by the Memphis resMent. old ron of Mr. and Mrs. Jaclc Jackson of Gosnell. was found dead In bed at (he family residence at one o'clock lhl5 morning. Funeral arrangements will be held at Iwo o'clock (his afternoon and Interment will be made nt North Sflwbfl cemetcry. The JL. o. Moss Undertaking company Is In charge of funeral arrangements. /CRIPT "-" In, rnllas for two safe cracking (j *s.-About ihis time he met BotV r.le. who had been a waitress. She toined them In their escapades nnd soon (he three became fugitives. Barrow drew his first lull sentence in 1P30 In Waco, Tex. He was sentenced for two years, but Iw pccaned before he could be taken to prison. Two weeks later he- hod a ron battle with police lu Mlddletown. O., was captured i(Vn|li>"nl on Piei> 11 Blvtherlll* script instead of money Is feeding Ihe hungry. Will You Help Your Neighbor ? WEATHER to ARKANSAS — Partlv cloudy cloudy (onight and Thursday. Memphis and • vicinity —Cloudy tonight and Thursday. Little change In temperature.

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