The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 12, 1936 · Page 1
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•/ , . VOL. A-xxin—NO. 12G THE DOMINANT NKWWAPEK OF NOKT1CUBT AHKANBAB AND KDUTHKAHV MtHsntlS" *~* ' " ^ BlyttMrUl* Courier BlrUmill* Duly Nrat -—•- Htft M MIMU.IPP! vriUyjLMat^J^LYTHKVll.LK, ARKANSAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST \2, i'J3(i ' ' SINGLR COPIES FIVE CENTS CARL BAILEY LEADS BY NARROW MARGIN Jackson, Gladish Win^ounty Races Reed and Terral. . The vole Mississippi county: McDonald, 2.605; Bailey. 2.461; need, 309; Cook. 7-17: Terral, .280. Ilarvc Thorn, from the neighboring county of Poinsetl, ran .second in a field of five candidates for (lie lieutenant governor's ffflcc in Mississippi county. Thorn received 2,079 votes. Other candidates: Combs, 2,168; Bailey, 934; I.evine G3:l, Gates 399. Johnson Carries Counfy - C. E. Johnson, seeking re-nom • Inallnn for chief justice of tlie sum-erne court, carried Mississippi county over Comptroller Qiilfin Smith, his opiwnent. Johnson got 3,491. voles to 2,611 [or Griffin in the county. , Harry Taylor was re-nomlnatcrj as constable of Clilckasnwba tOWn- Ship. While Jackson's margin over ty in td M. McDonald's column in 'Dillahunty was a wide one the gubernatorial conlest alter an | friends of the successful candidate exciting race with carl E. Bailey, i were of the opinion today that Joe Robinson received vigorous lie would have received several endorsement by county voters for I hundred additional votes liad it renomliiation as U. S. Senator, [not been for the affair at Wilson i-Driver Easy Winner; Ivy Leads In Close Contest Crawford Is Renominalecl for Representative by More Than Two to One • Polling slightly better than 0,000 votes, Mississippi comity Democrats named their party candidates for county offices (equivalent to election) by decisive margins yesterday and put the coun- W. J. Driver of Osccola, voter-, sl|i]>i county Driver received 3.7l(j an congressman seeking , rc-eleu-. voles, Harrison 1,942 and Itaney 488, witti only two small boxes unrt'poiicd. Two Men End Voting By Seizing Ballols lion, decisively defeated his two' i(.)|ionenls, Mississippi OouiHy Judge Zal IV Harrison and Walter W. lianey of Woodruff county In yesterday's Democratic primary , on the basis of reports from over I (lie 1 congressional district. Driver easily outstripped Harrison and Rnney In Mississippi county and ran far ahead in a number of Ihc other counties in the dlslrlct as well. In Missis- BUMS IN Hale Jackson easily outstripped Joe Dillahunly (or sheriff while S. L. Gladish won handily In a three-way contest with Virgil Greene nnd'Nelll Heed of Blytheville In a race for tl;e county nnd probate judgesliip. Jackson, who like Gladioli lives at O-sccola received 3,974 voles to 2.334' for Dillahunly. with two small boxes, containing. 23 votes, yesterday morning in which his .... ~ opponent was evicted from the Woman BcllCVCcl Involved polling place and ordered out of town. Jackson had no oart in the incident but Hie first reaction of many voters was Hint it was in- lended for his benefit. John B. Walker, who went Victoria yesterday lo net as watcher for Dlllalnmty, told the mire- Courier News lale.yesterday after- ported. Oladish had 3,159 voles, noon that he was forced lo leave Heed 825 and Greene 2,301. | after being there for about two Crawford Wins Handily i hours. Walker .said Hint lie was (subjected to no rougli treatment t that the manager of the Lee Wilson Co. store there, in which iu Allemnt to Free Doomed Wife Slayer LOS ANGF.LES, Aug. 12. (UP) — Two hacksaw blades, sent through the malls to Robert S. James, con- vlcled wife kilter, were intercepted today by county jail guards. James is under death sentence. to Ivy W. Crawford, Blythevillc at-: b ,, lorney. was 1 renotniniUcd for county representative in the stale legislature for a second term, defeating Ed B. C'ook. also a local! lawyer, 4.C81 to 1,987. . | Other candidates for couiily offices were nominated wilhotiLop- positipi\_-:ipch(dnig:. W.jril." Slovah, -coroner; ' George Doyle*surveyor; Roland Green, ireasurer; K. L. Gaines. lax assessor; Carey Wood- Ijiirn Pheeney, county clerk. The governor's race In Mississippi county was stricUy a two- man affair between Bailey and McDonald. R. A. Cook, Howard Heed and Tom .Tcrral were by- Hie i voting -was in sislcd Uiat, he depart. progress, lexas nnd Oklahoma Crop in Grave Danger Searing Weather KANSAS HIP) '- An lient wave retained its grasp on n In,the race for prosecuting at- Uiiney of Itie second Judicial district Uruce ivy of Osceoln appeared lo hove a slight edge over Denver Dudley this afternoon wllh Marcus I-'lctz refusing lo concede defeat ,at the hands of either opponent. O. T. Ward f>f Hector was the fourth candidate in the field. Ivy ran up his expected handsome majority In Mississippi county, receiving 3,999 votes in Ills home county to 821 for Dudley, 978 (or Welz and 230 for head of livestock. Ward. Dudley curried Crlttcnden' county as expecled, held a slight lead In Cross county, with only small boxes out," and was racing PielK neck and neck In , Crulg- liead county, home of Ihe two candidates. Ivy was' also polling a good vole In Crnighend reported, cciinty and his supporters were! Cotton confident thai the bulk of 111 CLEVELAND., Aug. 12. (UP). I Ml I Two men were sought by olllcei nl| today .after they strode into II THE SOUTHWEST 1'vom Ihc ' polling uool'h yesterday afternoon, disarmed the ballllf, seized the ballot lox nnd destroyed llu> unused ballots. Mrs. Nettle Reid, n Jmtse In Ihc election, grabbed a duplicate ballot box during' Hie confusion and ran lo lier home wllh II. Only about balf of file qualified voters bad cast ballots whan Hie men ended Hie voting for the day. Sheriff olen Piillcrtou said llic men took tho ballots to t'helr homo _...... and burned tlii>m. The mattur will large section of the southwest to- be presented to the slate Demo- day, taking nn alarming toll of crallc central.committee but it was lives, Inflicting tremendous crop ' believed the entire box would be damage nnd killing hundreds of I ruled out In the count. C1TV, Mo., Aug. i-j mprccedenlcd August Ttie lient is centered In Texas, etices In tho south and middle Oklahoma and Kansas, although j west during Ihc next icn" davs'To It extended lo purls of Arkansas, -" for youthful drouth sufferers Nebraska ami Missouri. Six dcnlhs and more than n hundred prostrations have been sett county's vote would go lo the Csceolii attorney, Insuring ills election. rc ! V.UUOH has suffered Potn- mill crop observers said a few days Missouri', Iowa" Nebmska'nmi Kn'iV- Keriously lief He ollua duv and Saturday. meet with South Car- officials and educators 1'rl- wllh He Georgia officials confer with Paulino Uzcudun Reported War Victim "I thought I was .too far from \ The blades wen my own backyard so I finally left," Walker'said. . . ' The voting In detail is given in( Ihc tabulation, which--appears, on this page, showing the vote nd coun- commts- slanders in tills county, especially store box. Senator In tliis county by boxes for ccnteslcd stale, district and ty offices except land sioner. The tabulation Is complete except for Hie small boxes at Pecan Point nnd Nodena, whir,h are unrepaired, j There was no voting at the Linnie's The blndes were wrappedHn newspapers. A nolc with t'ne blades was sign-' BAYONNE. Prance. Aug. 12 <U1>> ed 'Grace." Police laler look a —Newspn'pers reported today without conflnuntlon Hint Paulino Uzcudun, the famous Basque heavyweight boxer, had been killed in fighting at San Sebastian. Spanish loyalist headquarters at Iriiu, near San Sebastian, could not confirm the rumor, ;Y woman into custody for question- luff. e new and about, a foot long. Experts said the wrapping ' around the newspaper had been addressed in a woman's hand- wriling. .The.wrapper was lurn'e^ over to handwriting experts'fo'-lJe compared with t'ne penmansliip of various women coimected with the James ease. A turnkey found the blades during a roil line examination of mall addressed to prisoners. . James is awailing an appeal from a sentence U> !i c hanged for the more would t'.imagi of • soaring temperatures sas official; Is on August 20. by t cotton were so wide they made '• walking hazardous, , A. n. Jolley, Dallas. Tex., county farm agent, said only a soaking rain within 'the next few. day* couid save Hie crop, A brassy and curled murder of his seventh wife, Mary _ Busch James: A confessed accom- j plice, Charles Hope, told of watch- James shove h:r yoiinj bride's In; bare lej Into t>- box cpulaiulii!; a live rattlesnake. She wns bitten but the snake poison worked too slowly and James drowned her In a bathtub. Hope said. More f-iitii- On |,' e ed WASHINGTON, AUtf. 12 (UIM— The agriculture ilepniiincut cstl- imiled today Unit Ihc number of caltle on feed for market hi sun burned pastures j lllc com belt slates on August crops .throughout the ' wns about three per cent largo than on the corresponding dat- last year. 13ecau.se of drouth conditions heavy Increase In shipment of cuttle lo market is expected. Decrease In rctnjl meat prices Is anticipated ns the Initial 'tf- fcct of the movement wllh prices area. I'ralrlc flre.s became a menace increasing In gravity daily. The seared fields are responsive lo the slightest .spark of llaine. Thousands of acres already ' have burned. Will AM Yount- I'eople .. WASHINGTON, Aug. 12 .(UP)— The National Youth Administration announced plans today to nln thousands of yaiing people In the drouth area In returning to school this fall. Deputy v Director Richard rt. Crown called a series of confer- rising -later age due to increased becomes apparent. Hie .cattle sliort- sliuijjhtei The eyelid of tlie cuckoo ray. .1 rare fish. Is located inside tlie eye, llsclf, between the convui and th pupil. 7 W. I. Osborne -Buys First Cotton Bale The first bale of co'llon produced In Mississippi county from tlie IMii crop was sold Ihls morning lo W, I. Ostiorne, nfjeiil of Anderson, Clayton & Co. The (Inn iiald III ccnls for llu! colion and tlie grower, Travis 12111s, was given •, premiums mid cash doimtlons which made the l>:ije l)rlnrj a nial ill ao ecnls per pound. There wa- $(14 In cnsh nnd inrrcliiindls? donated by local business men. Tlie cptlon was picked Monday from Ellis' farm on the Clear Lake road. Id;ilio Governor In Close Race for Democratic Senate Selection of for Aug. 12. (UP) — William E. Dorah UOISU, Ida., Veteran ScnuUir was running away with Hie lie- publican .senatorial nomination today a.i results .if yesterday'.., primary poured In. With 2W of t'ne slate's 850 pre- clncls reported. Borah led his Townsend-spbnsorcd Republican opponent/—liyron Defciiliaeh— 13,732 lo 4,571. Gov. 0. lion noss, chief cxccullve of Idaho for tin- past, six years and lender of the slate's Democratic p;irty, was havhij; a sillier llg'nt with John A. Carver, blind U. S. district attorney. lloss was lending. O.ai!) to "?,429 with 212 of tlfS 1150 pi-i'clncls reported. WEATHER Arkansas— and Thursday. ilj-' cloiicljf' tohlght Not exilic so warm iii northwest portion Tluiratlny. 'Memphis and vicinity— Pair tonight. Thursday partly cloudy, not mucll change In lempcralure. The maximum lemperatiire here yesterday was %, minimum OB, clear, according lo Snmutl P. Norlis. ofllcinl weather observer. Griffin Smith Ahead Johnson In Race Chief Justice UTTl.K HOCK, Au e . 12 (tjP) —A turn Iii thr, rare for-trie Dcinoei-.ido iionilrmlion for .Inc. Kiivrnim-slilp was recorded late Imhiy when addltloni) returns dis|i!iieeil Secrclarj Qf Stale I'd !•'. McDonald who had held a. slight loaii over Ally. Gen. (,'ail E. Hailoy. llalley, In 1,790 precincts, harl 5«,7li'i while, McDonald had 56,5!>8 and t'tok 48,918. ' > , LITTLE ROCIC, Aug U (UP) — Incomplete unofficial .returns from 1.051 ot the slate's 2,102 pieclnctc lodny Have Secretary of State' Ed. F. McDoimtd ft' sllehl lead "over Ally. dim. Carl E Bailey and I'nlaskl County Judge R A cook Garland county returns, almost complete shortly afternoon put McDonald. Into the lead nfter he had .trailed linlley and Cook-.-tlio greater part, of the .morning. After the Garland county report McDonald hail 55,209, Bailey 53,697, Cook 49,752, Terrnl 10,879, l\nd Heed 5,017. , Cook UucxJKctcdly Strong At one lime during the rally ' morning count Dailey had n lead • of nearly 0,000 votes but later _, returns In strong McDonald and"' Cook territories cut down this lead. Cook wns exceptionally strong^' In the southwest section of the stnlc while most; of McDonalds vole came from eastern line codn-^ Hex. '...'..•'. ', r liailcy pulled- ahead on.. Pulaskt county ..'returns'., nnd appeared to s'j.Ave-Carrie^ Hie district surround-* Ing Fort Smith. ' -" -•'"" "" '' Cook .appeared stronger hi (ha southern section than most observers had expected while 1 tho i northwest section split between/'' the Judgu and Hie nUoiney <">i'"---~ : ' al. In the senatorial race Joseph TV ^ (Continued On Page 3) How Mississippi County Democrats Voted In Tuesday's Primary Election Lt, Governor Blytheville: Denlon Bldg. City Hall Gee Bldg Went End Yarbvo . Nuiiiter 5 Nine Promised Land ArnVorel Toniatb New Liberty Clear Lake Gosncll Half Morm Huffman Forty and Eight Dell ... Lost Cane Manila, Box 1 Manila, Box 2 Rocky Brown Spur. Shady Grove Leachvillc Cnrmt Iloynton Pa wheen Box Elder-. Poplar Corner Chick. Dlst. ;' Absentees ' •Osceola District Osceola: . .., Telephone Blcfe. 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