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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 2, 1933
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\ Served by the United Press ELE TOT DOUTNANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHBABT ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION VOL. XXX—NO. 1% U«ilj, New*. BlrttmUl* OooxMc. RLYTI1F,V11,I,E, ARKANSAS, TllUIJRljAY, NOVHMHKIl 2, 1!M SINGLE COPIES FIVE :: CEfc7B •':• GOLDEN LAKE FARMER FOUND MURDERED Verne Miller Shoots Way Out of Trap REE5 Horn (PULLETS Machine Guns Crack on City Streets as Desperado Escapes. CHICAGO, Nov. 2. (UP)—Federal cfficers who broke up the Bailey- Kelly gang of kidnapers closed in of October 11 today on Vcme C. MiUer, last of the wandering in band thai terrorized the mid-west \ulh Us criminal daring. The former South Dakota sheriff .shot his way oin of an elaborate trap set last night by federal agents. His automobile, blood stained, was found later. His wife was arrested m a hole) apartment (hey had occupied. Informer Gives Tip MiPer was described by federal agents as ihe most desperate gunman outside of prison. He is cred- iU-d wilh handling Ihe machine gun In Ihe Union station massacre in which five men were killed in Kansas City last June 17. He was for a long time an as- MClate of Harvey Bailey and George "Machine Gun" Kelly, southwestern desperadoes, wr.o are serving life sentences for the kidnaping of Charles Urschel, Oklahoma oi! millionaire. Seven agents of the bureau of investigation, were stationed about a north side hotel by D. O. Smith, In charge of the bureau's Chicago office, after it was learned Miller was hiding there. An informer, who knew Miller by jjght. wafe stationed in the lobby by'federal men with mslruclions to drop a bunch of keys when Miller appeared. Machine guns in Ihe hr.nds of federal agents guarded al' ••xlls of Ihe hotel. Shoots His Way Out Miller walked inlo the lobbv. The keys were dropped. Instantly the olerl gunman palled a revolver and fired iwlce at the informer. He missed. He dashed for a doorway living at federal agenls as he ran Outside a hail of bullets from machine gun spattered about hi hc-ad. Milter sprinted lo a low coupe which was waiting a hundrc fosi away. A woman was at Ih wheel as the car sped away. While hundreds of pel-sons busy Sheridan Road scurried t cover, federal officers pursued th fleeing gnngsler, pouring a sleac fire al Ihe automobile. It was sa to be Ihe firsl time officers ever ha fired a machine gun on Chicag streets. Mother and Children Driven Into the Woods ANDERSON, S, C., NOV. 2 lUPli —A story of how a mother OIK! her three small sons subsisted in the woods on a few mw potatoes und branch water, resulting In the death of one son from exi>ostire. loday ciiused Ihe arrest of'two] jersons. ; Mrs. Mabelle Gillespie, 35. relal- 1 to a coroner's jury that she and her three small sons were home of Lizzie Taylor by Mrs. Taylor and Tom McAbee, at the point of a pistol and butcher knife. She and her three sons were found on the night of October 11 afler three days of Reported ''For Nobel Prize the woods. The youn: p, two years old. died a few hours after having been found. CHILD KILLED]! TRIM Driver Freed of Blame in Accident Near .Holland Last Night. J. W. Scritchfield, eight-year-old n ot Mr. and Mrs. Orvill Scritch- :d, was killed when struck by ui e truck, driven by Omar Perry of olland, Mo., on Highway 61, a lie soulh of Holland, early last gin. The youth was walking on the ighway when he was knocked own by the truck. He dted al- ost Instantly of a. fractured «kull he Accident was held to. l)e uh voidable and no charge. »,'M errei against Perry, The child had beer; making hi wme with W. C. Price, ah uncle near Mosley's camp. His fathe Dd not been located today. Hi. notlier is said to be living nea •ittle Rock. Ark. IMneral services will be fceld thl fternoo'n with the Rev. Mr. Stev nspn of Holland-officiating. Inter neht will be made at Mount Zior emetery. The German. Undertak ng company is In charge r.r fu isral arrangements. Violence Flames at Numerous Points in Wisconsin and .Minnesota. By United Press Roving bands of sinking farmers palrolled the roads of Wisconsin | and Minnesota today und violence; flared in holt a do/en places. Governors of five mld-wesieru slates meanwhile awaited a conference wilh President noosevell to present farm relief proposals. The Minnesota Farm Holiday jociatton voled to strike Imme- alely and took lo the roads. At Waterford, Wis., shouting rikers overpowered four deputies id destroyed thousands of pounds rartk al the Sunshine Dairy New York Cotton NEW YORK, NOV. 2 (UP)—Co ton closed steady. open high low close Dec 958 959 951 956 962 077 991 1004 IN BtSIITl Observations — by <J. H. ant for the second time within Reported «lated for the 1932 No- 4 hours. I be) prize in physics IB Percy Wil- At Wisconsin Rapids pickets and Hams flrldgmau (above), Hollla eputles tattled with fists and jrofcssor ot matliematlca »ud ubs after three truck loads of natural philosophy at Harvard illk had been dumped. Pickets UDirersity. ere dispersed. Picketing acfJV-es in the Wau- au, Wls., area were so successful lat an acute milk shortage was mmlnent., The large urban cen- ers of Milwaukee, Minneapolis ind St. Paul were the targets at ;htch the strikers aimed. Deputy Jierlffs arrested 23 of the farm- TS. Governm S« Roosevelt WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. <UP>Governors of ,five mUl- western etaies called on PrerfitenfRoosevelt today to present plans for Immediate farm relief. Including an NRA code, for farmers, mortgage relief aid, and inflation If needed. Secretary of Agriculture Wallace accompanied the governors to the While House. The governors were Alfred G. Schmedeman of Wisconsin, Floyd B.. Olson of Minnesota, Clyde L. Herring of Iowa; Tom Berry of South Dakota, and William Langer of North Dakota. The latter three arrived by airplane last night and the others arrived by train at an early hour The president was prepared for the conference by statistics froii his interpreting economists 01 which it was figured Uiat Hi (urchaslng power of farmers hac wen Increased about 20 per cen wtween March und October. Jan Mar May Jill Ot 954 919 991 1005 1020 965 980 995 1006 1020 958 973 985 998 1017 1020 Spots closed at 915. unchanged, steady. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 2 (UP) — Cotton closed steady. open high low close Dec 952 954 947 953 Jan 962 962 947 961 Mar 875 918 972 977 May 988 990 984 990 Jul 1000 1002 997 1001 Ocl- ">15b Spots closed steady at 948. up 3. Closing Stock Prices A. T. and T. HI 7-8 Tinaconda Copper 14 3-8 Bethlehem Steel 29 Chrysler « »-8 Cities Service 2 M rr,ca cola 9' General American Tank 28 1-2 General Electric 18 3-4 General Motors 27 1-4 International Harvester 36 7-8 Middle-west Ulllitles 3-16 Montgomery Ward 19 New York Central 30 1-4 Packard 31-2 Phillips Petroleum 14 3-4 Radio 67-8 Simmons Reds 153-4 Sl.~Louls-San Francisco 2 1-2 Standard of N. J 42 Texas Co 24 3-8 U. S. Steel 38 3-8 Masses Jamie Nichols and Rosa Emma Sebaugh Are New Candidates. Several new entrants have been made in the contest for "Miss Blytheville" who will represent this city in the Armistice Day program | here- Saturday, November 11. Miss Jamie Nichols is one of these and others will be announced later. The sclettTon will be made next Tuesday evening at the Ritz theater. "Miss Blytheville" will compete with pretty girls from 20 nearby towns in northeast Arkansas and southeast Missouri for the title o "Queen of Norheast Arkansas New Change oi Venue in Steele Bank Cas CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. - Fo the third time a poslponement ha occurred in the preliminary hear inj of Clyde Owens, allegedly on of the two bank bandils who robbei the Bank of Steele ot $4,000 at point on July n. The hearing was originally set before. Justice H. M. Baird of this city. Defense attorneys. McKay and Peal of this cily, secured a change of venue to the court of W. W. Corbett. On the hearing date the piosecutlon dismissed the case be- fcrc Gorbett. had Owens rearrested and arraigned before Max Kel- y IN s OFUpIIES letired Business Man Hac Been An Invalid lor.Twc * i . -.'.,-.• - •• I'ho "Commillcfi tor America SHI-ContaimHl," of which James W. j Gerard te chulrnmn. Is inviting suppoi'i for n program for llie ubo- illlou of iioi'city In the United Etiiles "by Irctlng ourselves from !«' uorM's poverty." A more foolish doctrine wns never nrcachi'd. Why, In the muiic of 1 , common, we should dellber-' utcly refuse lo exchange those products which we can produce most economically for products which other nations can-produce to better advantage limn can we is u proposition for-which I hove never seen a rational explanation. OI course who control the oiliest!c lesoiirces or facilities for 11 production of certain goods ould like to be freed frotu the nn- csslly of mceiing foreign compe- :(lon, bul Hint is scarcely reason ii ixugh lo satisfy consumers ot such oods'. Now docs Is, satisfy growers of col- Hi or other export commodities vho know very well thai lu [he ong run their foreign markets are absolutely dependent upon the creation, by American Imiiorts, of bills if exchange lo pay (or American •xports. <>Oo Ordering two prisoners out on 'urlough or piu-olo relumed lo Ihe stale prison form after learning hey had offered to sell fake ie!c- FLASHES XKW I.TXINCITON, O.— A frclKliI luln ami a hrl|»r lovo- liiallve ruifil liitu llic ojiiHsVllv 1'iuK or a tunnel an Hit- NVw Vi'ik Onlful Hues, («n inllrs Mmlli uf hfre, tiKl:iy, and ul lutcll'iT In the llurk sliiid. BULLET RIDDLED; Slulc polite Services Will Be Held al Catholic Church Friday l;™ 1 ^!^ Monuii". IUNI1ITS OKT W.Mfl I.ANSINO, Jllch.— Thfre arinril nillls lirld up the Norlh l.ans- s biuurli uf Hit? lluuk at l.aiis- !"(, loiliy anil rsraiwd vvllli Sb.- OlHi in rusli. . : "' 11 "' JU "" lf Six Men Held, While Oifi- ;j cers Investigate Killing. o{ John Wavhurst. : "'•; iiiul hic:il aii ofllrrrs grams or petitions to other prisoners seeking clemency, Governor Futrell said: "It looks like I am going to have to moke 11 n rule to give a furlougl to no one unless I know positively Ifcai Die reason for giving il Is ab- solulely on the level." ' Thai looks, lo me like a, good rule for the governor to tollofc. ami slilr ro:nls lea dine lo (lie my. WOULD IMl'KACH AU.KN \K\V OKI.KANS. — Imprucli- mcnl of <!cv. O. K. Allen mas uskrd in Idler* mailed today by K. M. Whitman of Amltc, !.»., lu every member of llie IjOulslana NKCiRO ATTACKER IIANOS ST. LOUIS.—Jchn Winston Royil, confessed nefiro attacker uf 15 wcmcn'hi St. Louis and vlcln- Ky, dlrd on the sallows In Clay- tun county jail ut 6:1G a.m. today. Mrs. Sam Jane Evrard, 73, wife of C. J. Evrnrcl. died nt the fimi- llv residence north of hero tit 10 o'clock itils morntun following n. week's Illness. Requiem mass will be smm at the Immaculate Conception church Friday moriiiii<!. 10 o'cncV, wilh llic Rev, J. J. Thmm). sou officiating Burial will 1> al Ihe Maple Drove ccme- ibcurers will be four of hei sons,- Tom A. Little. Sieve j Moore Jr.. Evrani Moore, of here. UK! Hamilton Llltle. of MomrWs. | i nil Iwo nephews, Rov Little nndi J. n. Thompson, of IJlylhrvlllc. Mrs. Evnird who had resided in j this cltv since 11)02. was widely' (nown. She was the mother of ten children, five of whom are now living. A. G. Llllle, C. J. Lillle, and Marcus and Gordon Evrnrd live here, and another .wn, Jim Evrard, resides In New York city.j._ _ , , Other relatives are a sister, Mrs. 1 WO Daughters Ot A. J. Thornton of Morpnnfleld, -• — Ky., and ft brotlier, Tom Bnllard, of Louisville. Kv.. 11 ftmudchlldven. and 11 greatgrandchildren. Born In Rono. Tnd.. on Oct. 13, she v;as reared In that town. When a young girl she married U.IU'utU IN UPSET OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 2. —'.Six men were held In jail ul Cwc<s<l» loilnv while officers Investigated Ihe killhig of Jolin Warhurst, 60- yeai-old Golden Lake farmer, whoso body, riddled by shotgun sins'!, was found on n sand bar near Booker's Towhead on the ' ;.| j Mlsstsslpiil river early this mbrn- I Ins bv Hale Jackson, chief deputy :> I Uherlff, and n group ."ofOfficers,': I who, Euspccllng foul play, _ were ; I :.etu chlnif for Warhurst, missing i since early Tuesday night.'- Warlmral's moforboat, one 'end baioly above water, was foibid : sunk n short distance offshore,.oiid . In It were the farmer's pistol, with two empty shells, and his flashlight. • __ The six men w*rc nicked u^'By . officers before Warhnrst's body wrs found. No chaises had; bwi irdt'ctl a"nlnKt Hie grntin trclav and'-' Wnrlmrst's dcnth remained ,a-'- myslery. Had Feared Rnbbrrjr •.-...., Warhurst was slain within-a rtiorl lime after a premonition jbr ii'sulclon of robbery had caused him to carrv nil but $15 of a'conr,. nilerable nmnunt of cash to his fnmllv's homo at Evailale. When Ills talv was 'found, lying face The oOb National Forest Rescrva- Years. . lion Commission lias retenlly ap- LUXORA, Ark., Nov. 2.— Henry Drovccl purchase bv the federal '. Spann, 13, retired business man government of 954,632 acres of ml well known Liixora citizen, died fDlf . M i nm | ln Mississippi valley I his home here at four o'clock a nd eastern states. The Innd Inns morning after a'long illness. l vo lvcd will be added to the already Mr. Spunn had been an invalid extensive government holdings nnd or about two years. He had been ^m he administered as public for- IMit roll Pcrnnp T u . ! ilov.nward hi a clump of brusli, i-,1 utreli tscape in thpre wus $15 (n a lrouser jury in Accident. The bodv of • the w n Mr-fall 73 father of Har- Iound ncross ? chut * ^^ the W. H., ra, tamer oi nar lowl>cad whcr j, r he.farmed and a „. short distance . ftom • the '•• "'' ,;;f,.n lr Xi n ~ v ,rv C "' tefori neo. Members of her fnmlly wore summoned und Mrs. Thornton nnd I In the furniture Business here for number o! years but retired about ive years ago because of ill health. The deceased is survived by his vldow, Mrs. Delia Rueh Spann, two daughters, Mrs. Maud Buntyn ot Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Grace Mallen of .Miami, Fla., and two brothers,' J. W. Spann of Luxorn and John Spann of middle Ten- lessee. .Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church here tomorrow morning al nine o'clock with the Rev. O. R. Nelson, pastor of ests by the Forest Service, U. S. department of agriculture. Now. while the government Is eneaged In expanding Its foresl holdings, might be an excellent time lo bring to the attention of the proper authorities Ihe 15,000 acres of so-called Big Lake lands summoned untl Mrs. mormon mm . '--• - •— ~~A' vtrpnii w nf " c family, Mrs. K. Garner, n grand- « . Mrs. «• Grad Mfall, 38. of ] fon , daitehtcr. nnd children of .Mar- Little Rock, daughters ot<Oov-J.^I. mm ,,u' A,-k. and Hamlllon Llltle. a Futrcll, who were with Mr. McCall, ^ veil, Ark., and Hamilton Llltle. a Futrcll, who grandson, of Memphis, and Mrs. were uninjured. Little came last nlghl. Jim Ev- V.. w .... acci4cii H . , , oT'itfmloli J&JWfttfg^^,' wrtrhM^T^ftolwl "' ."'?. c .?,!L a ,f.,^°.*™.,.,,,';!the home of his family lit Evsdale--| and left most of his money, tell, . , .'Ing hla family that he believed >. and her sis-. ,,„ mlsnt ,„, robbed. .Shortly,,before dusk he had n negro boatman row him to his. houseboat. The negro helped Warhursl trans- » ii r . .0. E. Moore vard will arrive in the morning McCall lost control of her machine from New York. Cobb Undertaking In charge of arrangements. in ilils county, where efforts agricultural development have been | anndoned. This iracl would innk?', i nalioml forest of a type dlffer- enl from most of Ihe present government holdings, proximity lo the the church, officiating. Interment refuge should furnish an addition incentive for Us acquisition. Legislation has already been enacted at Little Rock looking toward the creation of a state game refuge or hunting reserve on this land". There need be no conflict. The state, it is certain, would gladly surrender its intcrcsl in Ihe project if assured that Ihe ted-] cral government would lake It; Cobb Undertaking company of Ely- theville is in charge oi funeral nr- Tho accident occurred when Mrs. In passing a truck. She was unable to right the car because of the wel pavement and 11 overturned Into a ditch, facing soulh. Passing motorists obtained Dr. fer groceries to the houseboat,!and then rowed back to shore.' , Search Instituted .....:'.; Wnrhuiel was never, (iecii "alive' tipalu. His family beciimc-alarmed yesterday, rccallinz his fear-of-a robbery, and notified officers:"*. L. James. Alive James, John :,.\ McVay, of Marjon. who rendered scales, ornrty Jcanes, Albert Law- llisi aid, and Ihe pirty continued , C i>ce and Ed Chllders were .taken llieli trip here. Grody McCall, son h n ciistcdr by officers. 7 'J^' of the injured man, and Mr. A search for Warhurst wasiia- Moore, arrived late last night from j stituted and his body was found Little Rock and accompanied their early this morning. His sasbaat Southeast Missouri.' crowned by Senator way and will be the guest or honor now being at the dance Saturday night at of cooler. the armory when other entrants v.ill be her maids of honor. The large silver loving cup, to be presented the winner, Is now on display in the window of the Aid- ridge Jewelry store. Several other towns have selected their prettiest girls for this contest. Miss Rose Emma Sebaugh of Holland, Mo., who is temporarily employed In Ihis city, will be "Miss ' Holland." A striking brunette. Miss Sebaugh closely resembles her sister. Mrs. Audreanelle demons. E. C. Patton and Mrs. Samuel P Norrls are In charge of the contest with Mrs. Pat O'Bryant making arrangements for the choosing of "Miss Blytheville." T. G. Wilson of Senath Dies at Hospital Here T Q. Wilson, age about 70. prominent farmer of Senath, Xfo., died today at the Blytheville hospital. Mr. Wilson had bsen admitted to the hospital yesterday'. Well Known Peace Officer Formerly Served Here and at Dell. ." She will be t ley of Steele. Defense counsel again IT Hallle Cara- ecured a change of venue, th case now being set before J. M. McClure Cooler. The preliminary hearing of Mrs Arvey Hastings, also being held in iail here, charged with beln^ an accessory to the robbery, deferred until the hearing of Owens shall have been held. Mrs. Hastings, it; Ls alleged, transported the robbers' half of the toot from this county lo them hi Illinois. Hr; husband confessed his and his wife's part In the crime after he leained that Owens wns showering cosily gifts upon her. Trooos Move North Great Wall to Posts on Soviet Frontier. PEIPWQ, Nov. 2 (UP) — The Japanese army of occupation loft swecDlnis movement on of all Its noslllons Inside the great wall of China nnri withdrew from 141 rosses Ihrougl 1 the ancient barricade. The movement was accomplished. It is believed, after a new "un- wives lo Memphis today wlicre they met Mrs. Futrelt who underwent a slight operation al the Baptist hos- wns found near shore. In^t wns Warhurst's flashlight nnd-hfe pistol v;lth two empty'shells:"*" . pltal yesterday. Residents of the rather sparsely ;| The elder Mr. McCall had beenjrcltled Mellon recalled, officers-.• visiting his sou. who Is secretary said, that they heard two shots' 1 ' lo Ihe governor, and Mrs. McCall In Liltle Hock for the past three weeks and was returning home when the accident occurred. Voters Approve New Craiehead Courthouse f"i a twc JONESBORO, Ark.- Craighead i J™ 0 ^"'ir^porl aJJTco nrersattons Program Will Call for ...«».. _!.!-.».... ..lrlln.1 thf. nf\\\t^ 111 - . ^ ~ .. -. . _~ n An A A A r* 1 I * A. Rlttcnberry, Manila town marshal and former Blylhevllle officer, died at his home at Manila at 1:30 o'clock this morning. He had been ill for about five weeks. The deceased had acted as officer at Manila for a number of years and had previously been employed as a law enforcement officer at Blytheville for many years and at Drll. Ho was well known among law en- forcemenl officers of the north end of Mississippi county. Funeral services will be held at III*? Cobb chapel on Second street county citizens visited the polls ink Pcip i ni! t^een the Japanese n special election Tuesday and vot- m | r . !slcr an[1 | he chairman of the ed a one mill building tax which Pp | pln? political council, which will make the creclion of a no*'have been watched wilh Interest Tuesday night, which were followed in B short time by six inorc shots. - - ''- • _ $102,000 courthouse here possible If the Federal Bureau oi Public Works approves the loan application made by county officials. Peo Meeting Tonifht . . lerc lomorron- afternoon at 2:30 |B i so favored by Craighead voters., o'clock with the Rev. Mr. Oath-{The margin was 913 for Ihe nro-| right, pastor of the Manila Meth- j ec t ant j jgo asalnst It. A total of students in a pep meeting before the football g»me at Joneiboro tomorrow night. The public Is Invited. NEW WILMINGTON, .Pa. (UP) —Co-eds of Westminster College art not allowed to lint'their fingernails with brljhl collrs. Students were reported observing the rule, which, it was said, carried a penalty of dismissal. bv foreign diplomats licre "in many circles lodnv's acllon was regarded ns Indlcallng a definite agreement between the Jap Lale relurns showed that 1,415 an eso and Chinese, permllling a qualified electors favor the erection I strengthening of Tokyo's troops In of a new courthouse here. There were only 30! dissenting ballots Ihe norlh. An official of (he Soviet embassy, total of 1.406 voles was cast for the i when Informed of the evacuation building lax against G98 asalnst ------•--•• the" tax. The $10.000 proposal to remodel and cnhrge tlw eastern district courthouse at Loke Cily was remarked: "That's Interesting." |Two Die as Catalina --»-"«•• Island Plane Crashes AVALON, CATALINA ISLAND, Cat.. Nov. 2 (UP)—Two men,;ofi$ of Ihem E. McParland Moore, son- in-law of the late Rear Admiral William A. Moffitt, who perished In the Akron disaster, were HUed loday when the 10-passenger-amphibian that files between Catalina Island and the mainland ! crashed In Avalon bay. Baker, co-pilot, was the Vilh's Son Quits Truck for Kleig Lights odist church, officiating. Interment will be made at Map'.e Grove cemetery. The deceased 1s survived by his wife, Mrs. Evs Rittenberry, and 10 children. 416 votes for the bulldin? tax was cast to offset 380 opposed to It. The Lake City project would have fail-[was ed had not jonesboro's'huzc nujor- lly overshadowed the opposition offered In rural sections of both districts. JUAREZ, Mexico (UP) — Eight $30,000,000 Pub! Works Expenditure. WASHINGTON Nov 2. (UP)—' other victim. Moore • was genera) Plans for a $30.0W,000 federal de-j manager of the '""fP 01 ' 8 ."? 11 velopment program of the Arkansas company which operated the plMe river and Us tflbutiirtjs were shaped | Walter Seller, pilot, was tajurtd today In a. private Joint meeting oi j slightly, the Arkansas Basin committee and the Mississippi VaKey commission. The Arkansas committee Is beginning immediate work in correlating the list of definite projects which It will submit to the Mississippi Valley group for approval, N. R. Oraham of Tulsa. Okla.. chairman of Ihc Arkansas committee, ssld otter the meeting. Charles H. Paul, chairman of the I .__„„„ ~ Mississippi Valley commission, will MLMPMia, : submit his recommendations to the f ort " ne ;. "•. °. The crash occurred either Just before or Just after the plane left Ihc water of llie harbor; bound. for its regular trip across Catalina channel to Willington. Youth Breaks Back in Automobile Accident „ v 2 Push Plans for U. S. , . ... , .. _. Gold Purchases Abroad Automobile Ann-Freeze he contract for the picture, Villal" ,onths ago Auguslln Villa. 18., S" ^."'L"' 1 "i ,";^Zd allot- '" n »pi lst ho5 P ltal toda5 ' •as driving a truck here. Today ^ »°£ sj>oa d f "fund?Hot . fe ken " b k ^ a ^^ or e has .* Metro-Ooldwyn-Maver ™" • <<*'f f '" ° 5'» mps « tomoblle accident yeslerday with a an au- "vwi POit." Graham asserted that he will wmoniie ^"".^S^jf^'. . VK "|have the report ready within a , ^ IS*^?^th to £ «« Chicago Wheat Dec May open 84 3-4 97 3'4 high 8fl 1-4 M J>« low 83 5-8 « 1-i close 3-8 Dec 42 M MONTREAL. (UP) — Canada's domestic exports to foreign coun- ! tries lp ' September. 1933. totaled I $30,950.788, an increase of U1.592,- close 227 over September 1932, exports, WASHINGTON, NOV. 2. CUP) — The government boosted Us bid price on newly mined gold today to B new peak of $32.36 an ounce as vhen Doroteo Aransa. Wallace Beery will play the adult Villa. « n .. ^ pliiy IJIC illiuiv VIIKI. ratal to rOur Men! Judge Miguel Ayaln recalled that young Villa drove a highway truck here before lie moved to San NORTHOLM, Minn.. Nov. 2 (UP)—Seven men drained Ihe radiator of an automobile here and Dieso, Cal. the Federal Reserve Bank of N;w i drank some the contents. Pour York prepared to begin gold pur-1 were dead and the other three Texan Father nl <5 EL PASO. Tex. (UP)—A 75-year- chases abroad. | were near dealh loday as thn old man is the father of an elshl- inc^A aviuau. t " l - 1 >- •»-,*. i.i_t,.., tuut.j «., ..... --— - ^ Tlic 10-cent rise in the domestic' poisonous antl-frceze solution took | pound boy. ^ftccordliig^to a blrtn bid price was expected to be fol- effect. certlficaU. nied with tho city reg niKiL 4WW Llt/aC £.£. I OVCr i^jjk^.m"-« -•-—i - — J,— „,_.„,,. ,..— ^.- r ^-,. -. tJlttnH « 1-g 41 5-8 « 5-8 figures' issi'ed by Ihe Dominion Bu- lowed up with a corresponding bocst The men. all over 40 years o!d, istrar. *•* ' ° Tl - _ « ^ o 1IBURT3 1M1.CU v,i ',__,_. .... 1, ll. A m A»«l n.Afd lr^n*in^<t IllnlharforkA Vtlpnfl. d that the list of definite I ot R has not yet been complet-i but that it ulll include dams, | reservoirs, and flood control works, | Including levees. WEATHER Arkansas—Rain and colder tc~ Graham added thai all engineer • lllg!lt Friday partly clo'Ody, colder who will ar-Eis: in the technical | u C3s t portion. preparation of the report will bs , Memphis ant ' vicinity— P.aln ind assigned to his committee by Col. co i(jer "tonight. Friday fair. temperature b. _____ i yesterday was 70. .minimum 05, PP.OV1NCETONVN. Mass. (UP)-'psrtl s - cloudy with a trace of r»in A monk-flsh caughl here, recently , curing .- to .Sam. e w y - The father Is Juan Val- had a full-grown gull In its stom- uel.F. Norris, iT »'«|May « 3-4 49 l-« « M « 1-«|r«»u OS OMittia rtveal - lin the foreign i»;lc« ot lh« m«t«J.|w<re -• -- -- lumberjacks, . ,, . __ [vuena, His wife t» 33. |ach.

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