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S.VIVKiJAY NFAVR PAOR THRRB Depression Turns Latin-America to Arms 'asi Three Years Have Braughl Revolutions to 1.nlire Continent. Tl.i-. i urin IhlTOUS NOT):: fif-l tf -K <toiies |:i -f III. lilisl lira malic i i. di'Sn lilsltiry. Ihe v,; |li:1ii.:l. dial llu' swejit i a in ll.i- I-.''- lar;-i MIJXM! by Hit- uism'il' Hi IWl'.ICHT TALLDV N'CA Strviei H'rH*r •:;i.uili Auu-s"'.-a is u!'jc.\i:.'ti -.ihij have lal,r:ie:l fi.-r '-he plriv.cd by lw> I l-l .earu-ii In iir-irn lor ,1 hi; ri-J:ed n:-. liii and swsil his vast sj-s-su:)- ;il luriuiu'. .Sinvm Bolivar, wi'.'j lia.l lil-esaud the <:o:it:iu-:il liom the .ani.sli yoke, sntiiiin'.i.-d il:e..i.- wuuls in his dta'.h-rcd a c-niiiry us : >- i Ttcin Ihc sioriliciji Aniir.; lo the.; ir ti;; of Cup: 1 Horn Iht armies •?*' til. yoiillilul "C.corj,i: Washing-; uf fioiill* Aim juii'. than i •.vli'jm these is no more glamorous I jilvfciitnrei in tl'.e pages of history. i ad .sv-epl Ihi- Spaniards I rum the :n:id and broken lhe:r iron grip !Hi '-veui's. Vi-.'r.ry smiliil niton Bolivar's ; .I'i'.arv cosKiuo.st, bul defeat j :;-Oic<i his hope:; to:- a united! deration ot Latin-American ru- • ,il)!i',-s. Divis'on a:.:r,:ic ois di-ssi'm-rn'.fd isito a s '.king for pwer and celf Ib, iivar died, si cliscippoiiiled man, I.s tit v.atcli'.d his native cosuiiiem. i.iit isilo jealous natio'.'-.s '.11:0113 ilitmn-hi-s. ai:d lo:-n by I i evolution"). llWivar's I'ruii'u-cy True v.'hot .Simor. Bolivar said a him-. |::rrd yeas-.s syi is apparently, loduy. !i". the- ].::st Ihsre years' |i!.i- sovei-nmenlb ol ntiivly every i:siiion on the conllnisnt i venurntd b-' sevul-.siions, some • i-iciii! times, 'il'.i. lai'.le of I'.iadiinc- •jtin lire |l:as tchi.i.-d ill Ihe .MII-c-Ls Of ca|li- ClLirfsin-.! mo!is h;,vi llltn Imowcii uown. I'reiidtius hsivc .-e: 11 imprihosied and dri\en into \ile by iiicir fliskl; subjects. Po! i ; i:r.l prisone!.^ by Uie huiuircds '•.:a'(' hLi-si j.v!ed in dreary for- llirs.ses. '1 he bloody revolution in Cuba j [leases attention on what has hap- NE\T a/ Blytheville's Theatres Till RCXT Wlinl ran hii|i;ien lo sovlrty nl i.o mrruic.-w hand-, of n brilliant pssycholOhK; and .scseritIM crimed \vllh n lusi ur I'.olrt ami llu Mini; dancer >in' lo kill, is Hie i;iwr- unleed ji'.usy il-.emc of llu 1 'Ilir-suie's. allraclion Sun- lli-Vin- D.ittn". HKO-Uadlo 'V n.y-.u ry driitmuiviitlon of lus:l Kiluar Wallace slury HM- Siu.nl l-Jniln. Warner Oland ,11.ll Duniliiy \Vil-iim. •icr-ii—III llir liili 1 tole of "Lilly iiriH-r". As Lilly Tinner, llir "Cooch" and iviii'-oii j!lrl for u carnival, she has In Oils plt-ttiro mole clando.-:|ir-e line alliilr.s than mosl m-iri-.-e.-i iKiitray In a life- t.me. Shi liit.s intsri one love In another with a »i!<l sib.iiiilon |ln.-.pii(d in- i-i-iir'i iiilstrri.luirnl | :ii tile hand, ol her HW lovi'r.jisl IK is not iinlll .-lie finally awak-nn'.d mil ID sla purtr.iys llir- mail im'dii-0 | ,,-rle ia!e. l.eainlni; ol u : m ^olil lw)t liiddcn 1:1 nn f .nl ho^^c, lie comes lo llir. ])!:ici? tivirde: Ix'iil. His op[Xisl- l:cn 1." ;i lernaU- splriluullsl enlLsl- ;ii' |Kjliie Ul .solve Hie e iw.rpi'liales. Wilh her i.a noMi-rs. she di-Lcds inlsdeed, until llr :il- '.'r kill her In Hie lense c minx Dudiey ni'vies. June Oarwell. Oscar A[>iel and (ierlrudc W. HoHina:i MIJ:JIOI[ in "Hi fore l).i\vn" nni'.er il:e diucUon ol Irvlm; Outleilon coiiu-s to the 'llnMlr.-- Tuesiliiy In the clitiractcrl/iillon jji ir.i\( il on Hie i I thai v,!i-*sU''. •iheaii-, ri*(- lip lifp (ib In her Interpretation of n role jMu-llug In Mr ileiuunds. l-'llmrd almost enllrely oiit-of- (n.i.rs, the picture cnntures the eiulhliness ot Ihe faim tint! lo tho screen sin ulmost (Hindi til vlfv: of n connlryslile. donmln svlicro diamn Is hidden In the, wiieal [!e!ds. '' , nnd l'ri*tw!ls" nc-< nlmcil by movie nlite.s iir, one] Oi' the must lum-rul mid cleverly. piidureil inu'.U-.ils ever to [Irish' : 111 r,n (hi 1 srnvii comrs to (lie, I'.ilr. Tlicalri' i-exl Thursday, i .'ioger Pryor, l.ro Carnnn. Maty] Brian, I.Htliui Mllcfi, Alexander! Gray, Hernia 1 CLslte. Jack lK'iiny ; and h!-, Orche.siro, Ilt-rlx'il Kn\\- !!mon, Oor Is Carson, William | l-'iiiwli'y and tl'i- inmoiu-: Prank and Mill llritlim hind HIT only ii lViy : cf v.-hiu Ls undoubtedly thi! £ieal- ! •mblu-:e uf stsijp. fi-rri'n,- vcr lo appour lo-: of | .-eihe: 1 In one picture. , lo "Muinlislil and I'lel/rls", a UukslaKi* i orniinci 1 , tells I he sloryl ! of (h-oigc J)wl^ht. No. 1 Bad Man' Goes on Trial to re nisinv Tin- piuusv riM'.il--. UK; li!nd llsi- s.r.-.iis uf Uu- phiyers ; .., im ||.vil| l )"hof) r t-r ivltli ambfilun toj in Hie uiivi'iy medlrhif u-nlii,- u lili;-ilm(-. .SOUK writer. li«l .simw.% s.sul ihe ijliiiiioiou-. mnilvnls. ftj,,v, tilmsi-lf stranded In u small (join- I- Ihe ...uiii-iy Ml-.s Clii,tU-r-1 up-.v-ule town In Knv York and li.n, (,l Hie .-.o-.-ii-iy drawliiB rcoin:^v.iiiy Ujiinn, |irnprlctor -m' (lie lo- l.i "Lilly Turner" is Chutlerion. ml music store liulps him mil svlth ci.'x'h uaiH-er v.ho vvlBjlcs lu-r: .1 jub. Sally lulls In love wllli him. lips ai;d jliuiles her chfM mas-; iriiiiiedlulely but (icorun l.s loo busy ( I'li-f to luM-maC' mid lure (he 1 ir/lnj/ lo c.Ueh on u.s a sonn-wrlt-; n,i:e; Use |Ki:im In pink (Ighl.sirr lo (hink i-.boul love, lie «oes| ™ ."^j 7~. — end Jllm^y, tiunsparem coslunws. -. ( , New Y^rk uiid scoses u liemi'ii- i 1 TUC btory Ol KiODdyke Ni-M-r. fi Is hiild, hus .she given! iwns'iill as u compriscr of mu-slciil Mii-h u iWHerful i-)iutaclei'lyallaii|<ni,ii-iiy sm-ces.se.s. AUlKiugh fially i.s llisil ol L.lly Tinner. Ihu Kill. hadn't, hcurd from him she fi els "; lllll! Cllsorff Mill llllllks of Her Machine I;UDB wore trained on lirlHonor* to foreataU e*cai>« »t- (univlH &» U>r*er i. BalUy, Mbore, mil) 11 otu*r« went oq trial In federal court at Okl*. liuuia Oily oa a ctMrgn ol kld- iiuplDK CharlM P. Ureckel, pk) wl.o liiunils lici lOiurins (o devust ivus Ibe lu'iirl ol llu: inuli:: \^'ho.sc* life Ls one of bnllerlly guli'ty on ijie. snrhu'e untl bitter heartiu-h 11 . 1 -: Troiibls-iorn Souih America ip!u.- the Reimblic of Panamsu -.vhere .1 v.avc of revuhilions bv violence and bloodshed, has .swept ninn'.TOiis governsiitnis from power in the jiasi three ycRi-s, ; is shown on the graphic map above. Econosnic causes lie behind many of ilie revolts, a tcmpDi'timen- tal L-aiin people beco-nin^ restless when the \vorlri-wlde depression sent prices of coffee, rubber, ni- .cneil hi Soi'lh America sinccl Iralcs. caltlc, wheat and olher products crashing to record depths. ,0. Always, (here has been the I — — — — — r— Jean Ilarlov. smd Marl: Gable ni'is ItasiH-d avuln In "llolsl Your Man", v.hich o;:ens Sunday ul Ihe Kll*. Tin-Jill-. In :• lory etilcaiatcd to ullord ilie co-s:;irj uiiporUinity fur }Jti'- ii'iimniii'.s littmis their Inillvtdmil i lulcnts ni.il :)si50iHihllcs, Metro- Goldwisi-Mayii' otters r. iirodue- s Ixuh liil-iisL'ly driuuiillv-mid loimint'.c. An oiisjinal by Anlla L^os. i:'.e slorv concern-; a rov;dy fllisiir that ttKisi.s us u .sXeichy •mli' but winds up sss a i-liidly. hiuuiin sumunc-*. . As ll:i- i-lu-ii* llUle driflcv uho : loes 1» prison for Ihe isisill slu.-; Invcs, Miv; Elarlo\\ endo-.v.-, hLi'j ijiaracl-rivall'j:! v.ith a v.bll'.ll c\.up.i:iiy and immor. farlicularly ir, (lit incident In which she j i-ns 10 approaching molher- { marked j hr,od i. s ."-he elfeclivc. Gable ban- ! tt-iK his nay Uirnugh Ihe i-nrly parl; of Ihc' plcliue v.-ilh clellyhlliil non- '.•iii'liinci! «h!eh sliui'iily contrasts! his iui]K..i liuil v.'iirl: In the cllnmtlc ' !e([iiinccs when he risks tirrcsl un ; r murder .iliarf.e lu yivi' u nniiK' . Ill Ihe ll.ll!:>:-i> child. 1 &inliy n.s Ilie loamy soil of old' :>nn. Is tlK> ptulurlzallon of "1'lie j Eiruns''!'.* Itttuni". llu! new 1'hll I .Slionc tiuie! uf i.iral ]if<3. com;i::< to '.lie lilt).. Tiu.sduy, Tiic j Ylure aehieves [na>:l';rfiJl SWFC]) f .hi iiiuimuk- |:ontr agaiil:^ u furin | ' uml UMI lends realism pijiju ::ioiy iifllon. Liinu-l Uiinymure cust, Will) He a. r > year (-1(1 liiruier ''ii:e.', tu tile null! IKUS.S;! der. Ijariyiiiorc delivers the mosl ci'iiilii'lin^ eharaelcrivallon of hl.s ovitr. Ml.'.s Hopkins, .seen as his • l.y-bred eriiiid dauBhler. Is sup- One of Tragedy MONTREAL. (UP) — The true story of tiic Klondykrs gold rush nil decide-, lo (oine lo New York j of 1890 yd- has to he written, Dr. IK t;eii a Job In one of his shows, j Charles Cumsell. r>]«:ly Minister • • • ' of Mines, IxllevtB. "Hliunnhul Madness". which "When It Ls penned," he declar- i--ir.es iu Ihu Hit/. Theatre nest; C'# "it will bt a story more of trag- ^.iturdsiy, represents om: of Ihe i <*ly "'an romance." uatMundinu contriliiiHwis or ItsCj The Klondyke rush, Dr. Camsell .•men. It Is u pidslntL romiiiiti!, i describes as His most colorful In laid ninld tin; luirltiui!. thir sidvtn-' (he history of Ihe world, yet thru- inri'. Ilie i!ul!ls autl Ihe excite-1 out the period thai It lasted, star- i.ii in of Slinnxhii! | valon, urlviilion u'nd scurvy with fiiK-nei-r Tracy has ilur ],., u i| tll! i the deaths ofhundwds of prospec-- ! nile ol an linijulrlvi: nuvnl oil leer. I lo ™ ! " • waa ' 11 for VOM, were (lie li-i'.y Winy ha-; (lie principal fern- . """" ilnsric role, nnd psoailses lo outdo | [isei 1 performancc.s in "King Kong".- j Ttur lilm liums wllh uclion mid ' j u M'l asfalnst I'oloiful. ever-shllthit | iai'kKorunds us It. traces the ad| ii-i'luri-i of nn utllccr Ihiouijh Hi'-', ; iiiu'.d slullon. iirLsto^ralle. foreign. nallvi; i|iiarle.is. It luke.s you . • mi-u.d n tjuii-ninuliiK boat np lliuil ; Iloiiiiy Ho Hivcr, Dn-oiiijli llu- : | I'-./nrds uf baltltnij urmles, nnd lo B1| ji: .s]i-jciiicnliir 'illtirk ii]>oii a mcd- ivlm iv-,,,,1 m | iS | mli -n,;. tiibninaiioii Is u is In or- ,. lilmx llmt , s j,,,,,,-,,,,^.,! „,! ftlrl Rcud Courier News Want. Ads. Fton "fiwi'tfulness" that had , JV.alry betwefii the political "ins"j fe ?i ^•;.^ ! ±t-'S5|i ?-"^^x^.r^. l-li-iression—wlueh drove puces of'-" ••'•'i' 1 - J oil [rubber, coflce, cattle, tin. Ji'.lieat and otlier Soulh American |;irulucu> to u.iequaled depths nnd misery lo millions — has li'unnetl ll-.e ]iopular discontent and _ I jovurnnienis hnu- toppled like] Mouses oi c.irdr. I Temperamental Lathis. these ;,-,ulh Americans have been ouick hu use bullets instead of ballots t o> • ll:n " a ' •Ifcct n political change. (YliUr nl 'I'lirmnil , J r irst to eol!ap-;e—in June. 19301 I—-,\as Uolivi i. Ihe v:-ry nutionl had liunoreil Bolivar by ( IK his name when he freed J; iroui the tjrasp uf the Spaniards. Jl'liiH Bolivia Ins had no less than |ir ruliMs in its hnsulred ye.nv. of i.s an interesting bit of •ai-kground. These Ls no more di'siinsiiic slory I si the vhole crop of recent Soulh J \ir.erirau rcvolntious Ihan thai ot |r:elivia. Filled wilh color and .r.iniQiir. intrigue nnd blcxxlshed. it .•.-oi:Id warm the hearl of O. Hemy. world-wide. 1:L- SP.Tpt. Ir.c plazn wilh mr-.chine ^1111 fire. l;;.lina scores. Boilles of dead students and others who had been paiadina wilh their banners but a ni'iiiiL-ni bc.foie littered the streets. Militarists Sfi/c HeiiLS Then came '.he revolution as Iht: ,;„• mob rose, the sirniy joined it. !-LX'sidenl Siles urxlicnied and Kundt T.omshl safety in ilie Oeiumii legation al La Pa?.. A military ^01 eminent lieaded iiy General Carlos Gsilindo tool-, i/iargc- of the rossmry. Siics, wl-.o had ruled Bolivia HOLLYWOOD GOSSIP .urc.stal by *iis frstu-hiU- subjects .rid hflii lor irial o;i charges oi ini.sn:;-. 1 of public funds, abuse ol :n:niial raw and :Ulcni|iling lo pro- .c.ii; his term fceyond constitutional HOLLYNVOOD.—If you would Ix- i j n screen star, figure out some sort j I of a surname which begins with ( "H". Ol course there are any mun- '. ber of celebrities around Hollywood i whose names don't hegin with "H" ' and they're (loins quite all ris'ht for j Uiemselves. • INTIMATE GLIMPSES AND INSIDE STUFF ON THE MOVIE COLONY BY DAN THOMAS But at the moment '.in- .: ers" , j lead the parade -there are more of them than of any other letter. In Ihe feminine contingem we have Katharine Hepburn. Helen . Hayes. Jean Harlow. Ann Harding, | Miriam Hopkins and Lilian Harvey | «u, wilh IMraanay over ihe bami-1- al - E" 1 ""^ '°l>;">l^ers. Where-; iiarv dispulo in the Grand Chaco ' : ™f » lotlo » ^ " m ilrc 5 ' cml iivched a crirLs. Kund, war, aijain lhe » »»"'« --IX-' 11 Sllf ^ ^" :l ! oltcii his I s-ven ehanse of (he nrmy and senl c »l" ta .! "S'_or pjrliaps I shoii.d say upon the'in'o this dreary ^m: swampy wil-1 liwd sind jneini'ss to whip Ihc I'arneusiy.ins. | Hie army I In souse of 'he bloodiest liirhtiiig J Gener.J ICunoi, who had fied io ; tho German legation in fear of his | Ine, accomplrtied a reiuarksrilf i.'.uii'bai-k. Evidently Hie m-w gov- i.Himenl figured his military s,'r- .1:10 liked lu jK'ii such stories ajvn.es wire loo valuable to bo di.s- jineration a^o. ', reused with, -so when nolivia'.s PrcHilcnl Ili-rnnndn Riles of i clivisi had a-i oye lo Ilie fnlui 1 ?. .ie knew "the tenure o/ a Sotuti ^tsieiscan ihcir-i.ir- -;nd ,i!ci>. loo — depended ; iipi:ou of a well-nig: Avll-pasd army Wilh ,!o -he g Uicred" Pvesi- Hans n numljcr i-;;ind him. a. dictator could c. pleased. "tbnan .Made Ally his risisi-hantl man. ysles e!\e^e Cu-nerai |-Liu K|[. a s'ern-faccd P . Ill closL'-rrivjped imi r cen a major-jener.'*.) in .an aimy in the World I iad come lo I!ol:si,i as lir torlunc* Silis made ''i.sidl i,i«i ,•,1 of 'he liolivisin .irmv and to- |;ilhei' llie.v set 113 a iiual resume iliich rntrcne'icd Sih\s in his po- |u:on as diiiitor. lor a time, things wen; .si-iifioi Kuiid' buill up the an in my «iih j fine degree of 'Us-siaii thoso'iijliness. and it hc- I .ime or.e of the best, in South I \i..erica. With '.he army behind j '.prcad unempVymcni further 1 .an. President Siles ruled the! plicated their problems. | oiinlry pretty much as he chose.! I'scsidenls Shorl Lived Backiiif them up are oti.cr prominent persons who have .'enjoyed the world has known since ! °"'>- *W"y ic » . Sllc f ss ' , '^'f f great war. General Kundt; thls sraup may oe found Hedda of remarkaUie "o?.^ 1 '- Hobart. Leila llyams, j •ictories and onved Ihe way for a I R«'h Hall Doris Hill Kochelle i..-ici-fiil selllcr-H-m of the dispute. Hudson. Jobyna Howland and Elea- Prussinnj The siluaticsi in oilier rerolu- llor Hunt. ^ j who had | '.ion-torn Sou"i American countries j '• | the Ger-'in recent years has been very ' "* l m ' . Ainin-,,--' War and] much like that in Bolivia. Norm- Ano no »'.'or n>e n.cn. m.iu, „•. ; s, soldier Kulv lhe« ? ovcrnme.i.s live ort ; liey haven t sonred ^ mute he line r-snott taxc.s and royallies | lieights attained by some of the 1 •dor-;«-.-!'.-vird on the oMjIoilallon of their j women, a large number of naliir.il resources by foreign When world commodity prices' !1. uoveinull-ills [ c l] uilli them as 'well.!il:ey aKcmpIci' lu livy new forms noli- j (f (a:<es un Isuul owners, mer- i/iitnls and ol hers lo replace the revenue formerly deiived from exp:.it taxes ar.d royaltic?. Wide- H" men j have been, quite successful. Amons j them are William Ilainw. Alan: Hale, Neil Hamilton. Hale Hamilton, Oliver Hardy, Kaymond Hat- I ton. Ted Healy. O. P. lieggic. Hugh ! Herbert. Jean Hersliclt. Phillips; Holmes, Jack Holl. RiBSCll Hoptan. j Edward Everett Horlon. Leslie i Howard, Waller Hiuton and War- . w.i-! ron Hymcr. - After digging up nil *»»•>* , the stage and the screen. Tlu. .nan '. , "H ers, it seemed like a good idea , k PV,,^^,,^^,,,^ , os Allgcle , bl|S . ; man. Gcnevievc'e latesl pic- ' Six Letters . From Home Each Week There will be many a day thai other duties will prevent you from writing to those at school, and there will be many a time that you aren't in the mood to write them a long newsy letter. Send them the Daily Courier News at our new reduced college rale. It's like yet ting six letters n week from home at only The SMCCI promise to wed l-.as • b«n whispered to pretty Genevievc ~ ' ' above, famous comedienne of i , 1i-.cn came llic collapse in tho; Presidents have been swept to find out Jusi why so many of ; •rice of tin. on? of Bolivia's' 'nm olTice bi the rising tide or them should have attained success |i:.-;si linporiani exports. ThousantLsi misery and rtiscontenl as economic i ill the movie racket. Trial little i workers Kvv tlieir jolw in Ihe j f easier, rathe/ llian mere polili- ] piece of enterprise revealed that nines and as cii.stre.ss spread I'M! rivalry, ha.' brought about this I numerology U responsible for cv-|"H" is the eighth Idler in the nl *! ture Is ''Goodby Again." ' ' Blamlcll. Per School Year I h:-niigl:oul Iho lond discontent In-; newest crop of revolts. Inased. Moreover, the national | Succc.'sor.s. e&ger to grailfy their Irrr.siiiy found itself In dire straits irlrsl for power, have taken; \Vhal's Your Number? erythuijr. Iphabct. Well, accordin;! lo ihe mi• merologists. eight is tiic first n?-; i urc beyond the oetave .seven—what- ! l-i-d the anny began to mumble e'ilhi'se only to be confronted with | You may not believe In numcrol-; ever that is—and siands for sue- 1 lii;ii:l its irreeular pay. :"e.v economir problems which :ogy but Ihe film folk do. In fact, i cess. 'Vith Hie end of his tern near,! made the earlier problems look: they belicye in almosl anylhing—' Don't Ask Too Much ; I'resident Siles attempted to force j like child's V.iy. In many coses ] numerology, fortur.c telling, palm-j ot course, to be" really correct in j llronsh conr.ress an amendment | l^-'e successors, too. have br-en i istry and even the art of reading • this science of numerology all of, (.''onliV! him to remain in office.uwepl aside In subsequent rcvolu-j tea leaves alter tr.e tea has been | H: C ictlcrs ris proved to be the spark ihal'.i'uns. drained from a cup. It's surpris- j considered. tuch have been thr newest chap- '• ing how many persons in this busi-1 But thol name should be : I »t ofl nn explosion among Ihe Ric-ts broke oul In La Pai. Ihc fSoilvian cnpiial. Mobs demanding • rcslgnatlor of President Sties .;ed through the slreels. General Kundt met the situalton [ii!h a display of some of (he t t; in the long and story of revolt that seems to be turbulent ness are guMcd almost entirely by things just a bll too far. carrying -. Beside, 1 ;, i began In their 'superstitions. Even those who ] as long" as "H" stands for success | Soulh America when ihe treasure-! anpear lo do their own thinking and ill of Ihe above named persons: hunting Sjxintards conquered the " ......... i. .. . . .. . . COURIER NEWS Indians. NEXT: reru, >e.ir-old curs* ot and. Ihe 400- ofttn are t«cretly depending upon have proven the correctness of this; some fortune teller. i theory, why go any further? However, to get back to this nu- ; • merology business, It seems thai R<!tir1 Courier News Wont Arts.

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