The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1933 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, November 17, 1933
Page:
Page 1
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Served by the United Press IE (DUKTEK mm WSPAPTTO n» wnRTTTKART AnvAMom .»™» „_..—._ ^^ •-"^^^•. V W ^<^f TH* DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NOBTHBAST ARKANSAS AND BOUTHKACT MISSOURI HOMF EDITION VOL. XXX—NO. 209 BijrthOTliS *B«M. B1ATHEVI1.LE, ARKANSAS, 17, 1933 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS OF ROLL Cnlt Twelve Hundred Members . Is Goal of .Chickasawba ^ District Chapter. The annual roll call of the Chickasawba district chapter, American Red Cross, will open tomorrow and continue through Thanksgiving day, it-was announced today by A. B. -Fairfleld. roll call chairman. The enrollment will be handled much, as in former years. In Bly- thevilie a woman's organization, headed, by Mrs.. .John- j-Lenti, will maintain booths at the Farmers Bank and Trust company and at Borum's drug store, at which dues payments will be received. A men's committee, headed by J. J. Daily, will handle the group enrollment. This committee will ask employes of business concerns to join the Red Cross and qualify for the 100 per cent banner awarded firms of which every employe is a Red Cross member. Community Chairmen Solicitation in other communities of the Chickasawba . district will be by local committees. Mr. Fairfleld has announced appointment of the following- community chairmen: E. M. Woodard. Dell; Mrs. C. E. Crigger. Armorel; Mrs. L. G. Byerley, Leachville; Mrs. Dudley Moore, Promised Land; Mrs. B. P. Gay. Half Moon: Mrs. J. P. Miller, Clear Lake, and Prof. L. W. Haraway, superintendent of the Armorel negro school, who will head the campaign among members of his race. . The quota set for the Chickasawba district is 1200 members, a number that has been frequentVj exceeded in previous years. The 'minimum membership fee is »I, but larger sums are frequently given. Fifty cents of each membership fee goes to national headquarters to help finance the far flung disaster relief and other activities of the national' organization. The remainder stays In the. treasury of the local chapter to help maintain its activities. It • wjll be sunplemented by money to be raised in a campaign for sustaining contriutions, details of which have not yet been complet- Caruthersville Election on Light Plant Called Off CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo—At .a ! M special ^executive session of the city council here Wednesday night, the nembers of the council voted (o | - i - . recall the llgh.t plant measure. I j / which was voted on at the regular j '' • '- • monthly meeting. The measure' .. ', ! . called for an election here on Ds-| Bes " i " '"" pel cember 12th, to vote on a bond '•=-' ocolty A Jealous Husband L ? or Her sue in the amount of S210.000 for I !. >,n d pretty smile, the erection of a municipal light plant. It was said the action was taken following certain information received from Jc-fferson city.- Had this election been' held, it would have been the third of lls kind held here for the 1 purpose of erecting a-municipal light plant. Iron Brirlge While on Top of Cotton Truck. , WILSON. Ark.—Herbert Smith, 17; 'of Osccola, was seriously injured Thursday afternoon two miles north of here when the ,top of an iron bridge knocked him from a truck loaded with baled cotton on which he was riding. Smith, .sitting on the topmost bale of cotton, whs facing the rear of the truck, which was' traveling south. The back of his head hit the top'of the Bridge full'force. He received a 4-inch gash "on'the back of his head and was thrown onto lower bales, of cotton,'almost upsetting another man and his son, and then fell to the pavement. The driver of the truck driven .'three quarters of a mlle|| before he j learned of the accident. .Young Smith was taken to WU» 5pn_ by. a'.passing-motorist. He. was given first aid by Dr. 'James Pall and later.was taken to the Bapr tlst hospital in Memphis. The truck from which 'he fell was an Ashmore truck from Osceola. ; • ; •' Patterson.. • The English actress, had some pronounced views on marriage when she arrived in New York. American' husbands,' : for . instance, " r'on't do for Pat. They give 'their wives too', many ; ./liberties. • Now a • jealous husband— hat's something.* He's the. sort who'll be- suspicious • whenever _ j she's out of sight —and that suits Pat Just dandy. She's on her way to Hollywood .to' fulfill l movie' contract. D'ya Want a Pal? Try 'Chummy' ed. Need Remains Great The local chapter's budget will be somewhat smaller this year than in the past, due chiefly to the. fact that its executive secretary. Mrs. Harmon Seford, will serve as a volunteer worker, without salary. The need for an active and adequately financed Red Cross chapter has' been in no sense' lessened bv the extensive federal i-elief program, chapter officers declare. The federal program must~be supplemented In many ways if the situation is to be met, and the Red Cross is the only agency in this community ,-irepared to fulfill this function. The chapter is cooperating with Ihe emergency relief organization in every way possible, and muc 1 - of its work at the present time consists of providing emergency assistance of types oiit- iJVIe the scope of the federal pro- Future Fanners Elect CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.—T h e Future Farmers of the local high school met' this week and elected officers- They were: .Harry Dickman, .president; Robert Hampton, vice president; Billy Mac Johnston, secretary-treasurer. - . The class gave a program Wed- . IE Ml Dusky (Linuor Thief Wel. comes Rescue From Irate Missounans. Joe- 3cruggs Faces Trial Monday on Liquor Po's. session Charge. ;:'-'Dat's one lime : I was aba glad* .-Ttia.l; of Joe Scruggs, once Bly- ln see de law." said Dez Philllns . theville'chief of police, on a charge 20-year-old;'brown skin negro, with: 0 ' - ille S al possession of intoxicating prayer- meeting solemnity ns ; ; he " nllor for - -•••-••--•••- . at 'continued peered • / behind . the .county jail this morning. the purpose of sale, was led yesterday until Monday i by .'Municipal Judge C.A. Cunnlng- I ham. rival of "de law" at a necro house nesday for the purpose of raising, here prevented a trio of Missouri- |F naant "? a funds to 5?nd a delegation of the | a n s from carrying out threats to " on lo , , boys to the eighth annual Voca- kill him in yin retaliation ' CunnlngharnNold the defendant that lie was. in no condi- nd trial. The court said for thc ; „„.,„ • jlo ,„* ,v, , ,. tional Agriculture Students' Con-1 theft of 20 gallons' of liquor at a gress to bs held at Kansas City j Missouri still. November 20 to 26. nt, H h rtrin as ' He had »r v t n *t New 1 ork Cotton NEW YORK, NOV. 17 .(UP) — Cotton closed barely steady^ 'rpsbv; W.illiard Merrel Northern, here last . night after Crosby and fined Bradford had allegedly carried Dec March May July Oct Spots opBn high low 1017 1019 988 1024 1025' 995 1039 1043 1012 close 1005 1022 1020, off 20. 10o4 1055 1067 1068 1037 1088 closed barely 1023 --1025' 10381060 steady • at' 1046 1056' Suit Against Natchez i Sheriff Is Dismissed! NATCHEZ, Miss.. Nov. 17 (UP)— A suit for $32.000. filed against Sheriff c. P. Roberts by Richard Dana and Miss Octavia Dockery, defendants in ;he celebrated Jane Surget Merrill murder case, was dismissed todav at a stormy session in district court. The two inhabitants of "goat castle" had charged the sheriff x.'ith false arre it, abuse, and damaging their reputations when he New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 17 (UP)— Cotton closed steady. open high low close Dec Jan March May July Oct 1011 1020 1038 1048 1061 1015 1022 1040 1051 1064 985 994 993 1004 1009 1020 1022 1032 1041- 1045 1078 1082 1071 1064b Spots rtosed cl2ady at- 9M, oft* 14 Closino Stock Price* A. T. and T. :119 1-2 arrested them 15 months ago on Anaconda Copper charges of murdering Miss Merrill. Bethlehem Sled their 72-year-uld spinster neigh- tor. 31 5-8 Chrysler 17 1-2 Jesse Webb was fined five dollars Three Holland. Mo., men, Dick' for disturbing the peace. He wns f«,-A., win;,,,,! Bradford and arrested on complaint of "W. D. were_ arrested McKinnis. After Webb had been he in turn complained i' Runs High As Story of Kidnaners Brutality Is Revealed. SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 17 (UP) —One of the two confessed kidnapers and slayers of Brooke Hart 22. emptied shots from n revolver ln|o the youth as he struggled lithe- water of San Francisco bay prior to his death last Tlmrsdaj night,- fciteral agents .charged today; as they bared new details of •Uejiect confessions. ...'""• "Tjio officers -said the act o: brutality was committed by Thom- ns;jHarol<l Thurmond, who with John Holmes, father' of two chll dren, confessed, kidnaping, young Hart, slugging him. and throwin him still • alive from the Sai 'Maleo bridge. - Like I.lndbcrch Crime Thurmond made no mention o a revolver in his formal confcssioi but- during questioning by Haroli Anderson, and Edward Conroy, ilc partmcnt of justice agents, tol of the. shooting. -, . ' Reed Vetterll, chief /of Ihe de rartment of justice forces in .Sn Francisco, confirmed Ihe Jatcs story of Thurmond, which 'fo sheer cruelty linked the Hart cas to the Lindbergh baby slaying an the Marian Farker murder In Los AnJeles in 1929. ' Vetterll and '. Sheriff WilUai F-nlq of San Jose agreed that th kidnaoers planned from the' star to kill Hart and nnv'cr intendc to return him after navment of th *'n.noo they demanded. In this re sne'ct tlicv described the cose rese'mbling the technique of tl Lindbergh baby murder and- th killing of the Parker girl bylWI •li"<*'-Hlckman..:,;- -. ..'•••}... Slayers nf the Lindbergh' ha I collected ransom after the child death. They still are at larg Htckman employed the same stra 1 egy and collected money from II banker father of the little Parke girl. In the case of Hickma' 1 however, he wns traced by serli numbers on the currency, captui ed In Oregon, and hanged at Sa Quentin. Agents Anderson and Conro said Thurmond and Holmes ad mittcd they Iwught blocks .of stui co -.-cement .'.which they used slug Hart and to weight him when | they threw him into San Francis-; co bay. ' /' ' ' ' They also purchased wire' with which to bind him, the confessions said. Editor Urccs Mob Action Meanwhile dragging operations Morgenthau Takes Oath as Chief of Treasury WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 IU1 1 ) — In a colorful wh'ite House ceremony tunrkect by Urlci addresses by President Koosevcll and Secretory Wooclln, JJenry Morgenlliau, Jr, v.-as sworn In as acting sccrq- invy ol thn Ircu'urj toOay. Piwkli-ni nouuvc-U S|)oke brlijly :il (hi! cticrnunk'S In Ihu ovnl rou:u cf tlie While House. lie i:olntcd out that largely <luc the elicits uf Secretary of thi- irasurj 1 Wooilin, now on leave of Absence, the credit of ihv United rtntcr at j:i-cscnl Is as toad It not You wouldn't nick him for a pal, even It his name Is "Chummy." But he hasn't an ounce of pep,' Doc ,Walz, Hot Springs nlion^- mnn, indicates to n'Loa Angelea court,.where the -tlgor ^aud length of the big python" Were it issue ID m suit. Courtroom spectators stood aghast M Doe gavo ."Chnmmy" a near-kiss— n .fight stlp on h[» neck, incidentally. I'tlcr than at, any time its 1ST FOR Fill Roosevelt" Going te--Warm Springs to,Get in Trim Every Indication Points to . Definite Announcement ' Before Night. WASHINGTON, 'Nov. 17 (111 1 ) —The Unllrrt 1'rws w« Inforni- <d Ict'.iy by,n hitherto reliable scurrc that I'ttsldeiif RansevHt' ynd Foreign '.'nmmlrsar lilirchn I.UvluofY had asrred upon .term's of recognition rf tile Soviet Un- ; Icn'by tli» United Sta(«s. ' ' An cfTirUl nnnouncemeni was. ' for Congress. WASHINGTON, Nov. 17 (UP)— With his r-oltnles the center ot Increasing debate, President Roosevelt piernrvil u> leave tonight for Worm Springs, Oa., to rcsl until niter Thanksgiving'.- and gather slrchglli'for an expected showdown when congress returns:.-For Mri-Roosevelt It is a. partial imuso in the' battle for recovery which he .tins fought for eight and n half months on ah epic r^nle. Six - wct):s 'ol grace remain b:fore congress steps' In to Judge the results. As the sltua'Jnn is appraised bj observers here, President Roosevelt still retains wldo popular support, but with criticism' crowing. r«vflopmentj this week, were generally Interpreted as proof that the president- ; wns .not punches. pulling the were continued in San ' Francisco McKlnr.is and a warrant . Phillips into Missouri, beaten him, charging the latter with disturbing and: returned Ihe negro here to t he peace was issued. McKInnis force him to find Son Becman, , „„,; flriert rivc tj 0 ii ars on „ p | ea of another negro, involved in the li- guilty. The pair was said to have quor theft. i iiidulged in a verbal battle at a 'Thev was going to kill me, they ( local livestock exchange office. had already told me they was." t said the negro youth as he nursed: R swollen jaw. a bruised forehead , and a sore arm. I 'know we didn't Foreclosure Suit Filed bay near Ihe San Mateo bridge [ where portions of a man's shirt and bits of flesh were recovered b? grappling hooks last night. Thurmond and Holmes were held In the San Francisco Jnil as feeling ran high in San Jose where Alexander J. Hart, the father, is one of the city's most prominent men. Angry crowds formed around. the San Jose jail "after the prisoners were I brought here. One San Jose news. | paper ran 1 under' the Old Ciriither.villf Home J Destroyed by Flames CAHUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—T-h c old Rogers home, one of thc'oldest In this city and county, which has stood for more than 40 years, and wns considered''one'''of the-'-land- marks.In. this vicinity, was destroyed by fire Tuesday afternodiV nbiut 6:30.- .-•' •-...'''' -.- - :.. . - The building, a one-story frame residence, was occupied by 'the George Wiseman family. The family/ with-.the exception of two small .. . T A ... . children,: were picking cotton nt the Haley IS Candidate tor "me .and did-not know of the lire n • l . r ' t '• 1 ur| til--tfpy-returned home later n-esident, LraW t O r d Tlie (he Is thought to have start- firppno- fnr TiY>a<;iirpr «d when.an'oil stove exploded. Ul eerie ,tOr 1 leasurer. The.contents of the hoik were a complete less. The Wlsemn'n family, had .worked'all fall accumulating, provisions for the-winter, and.these, together ; wllh furniture and other household furnishings were burned. —The United States was expected •lo renew diplomatic relation-; with the"Sovlet union today, ending -'a IC-ycar breach between the two [jewers. - - • Every evidence of such a step was given at t n. in. when President Roosevelt nnd Forclijn Commissar Maxim Ltlvlnoff ended an earnest two-hour talk : nl the ' White- House. ' ' : Ex.iecl Joint Statement Even while the two were confer- I ring-nrmv trucks moved diplomatic flics of the .old Russlnn .imperial government from its, white stone embassy on 16th street..Thny were to bo examined by. state department nnd Soviet officials.' • . ' '] The nnnouncemem of Soviet re- ••'• counltlon wns expected to take the' i • form of n Joint statement by the "j "resident and Litvlnoff, who have i been ' expIorlnR Soviet-American ! problems for 10 days. _,''..'_. ' The 5tatrp"H* <vns expected-to j < : set forth the. principles to govern * settlement , : pf,-such questions as .'k- dcbls,, counter, .property claims,".'']'.' ccmrmmlst propaganda,'.and. the 't, freedom of worihlp for Ami-cleans . 'jj Only a last minute hitch, it was' .,' Indicated, could prevent 'the' rep- j ognltlon announcement,-possibly at : '/, thfc president's^ press'. conference' .'••? today.-' - - ' • ' •-_"•'••-; .' RoMerelt Entertains .'•'•:.'• •'•'• Llqht.s burned throughout', the •--. White House and-glistening. black limousines ; llnctl --the president's 1 " • ' drive Inst nlaht'-when Litvlnoff ar- ' , rived nt' 9:50.. .'"••' • ' - -' - i The president wns cntertnlnlnjj his cabinet at dinner and other guests "nt a musicnle later. Lltvlhoff brought with • him a; party of Soviet officials. White-'Hie' president • nnd Litvinoff talked' privately, other members of the Soviet party Joined the president's other guests nt tlic ' uiuslcale.' a front -page. editorinlj.F'iescolt, t title. "Human Devils." .Mlsenhelmi LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 17 (DP)— vctes cast In the electon of officers of the Arkansas Education 1 essociatton In convention here were being counted this afternoon .and niinounccment of winners will be .-niide tonight. Those nominated by the educational council *crc: Henry S. Dinl ol .Pine Blulf nnd Harvey K. Haley of Hot Springs, for president; R.- L." Spence, Eureka Springs, and J. I. McClcrkln of Opposition Witness ; Testifies for Long .NEW , Nov. 17 (UP) do them! o eet the llriuor but Son said they | the ' . * . H. . «. . , unuci um vuiL 1 , nuuiiUi iyuvn&. Against Woman s. tlub|The article told readers it was - a • ^___ i case for "mob violence." Foreclosure on the clubhouse of!. California's severe nnU-kidnno- wasnt ' paying us enough so . we cated on Wcst Ma , n s(reet ' Crnwford Greene of Blythcville, lor treasurer. The recording secretary of the w'oman's'"dubT lo-' in ^ law - Providine death or life! organization, Opal Albright, was —A crowd ;;fi(ed. In orderly today for vice-president; D. N. for the ' renewal of .wnnte commlt- ier of DsVatls Bluff and - l ™ investigation of the Senator - , Imprisonment without eosslbility [ without opposition. . left and brought it down here day |n an actlon fl , ed In ' chancery l of Darole,.wlll be invoked. prosSr Tvo candidates to succeed Aim?. before .yesterday. But 1 didn't. com here yesterday by counscl : nltlnK officials said today, ^against • Futrall on the board -of trustees know they was going to. come for Union savings Building and tlw two Jobless men who confessed | wcrc nominated. They are Dr. - - . IUI ULJ1UIL Oil Til I •.; T1 ' e .^5 r «l_ h ^. b !™ *?*- 'Loan Association. the kidnaping and staying. Sam Costen Member of found here by Crosby arid Brad- the time a loan on the properly | NfiW Memphis Law Firm ing at a still near Deering. Mo., Tne sult u agftlnst w w Haw . Phillips stated. kins and M^ Gypsie o HawklnSi The Wynne, Ark., negro, was owners of the clubhouse site at lere by Crosby anti ' ford earlv last night and trans- was granted, and Mrs. G. W. Bar-' ported into Missouri' where "one ham, Mrs. E. M. Terry. Mrs. H.j MEMPHIS Tenn of dem hit me with a tire tool M. Atkins, Mrs. George M. I,ee Format | on ' t the ,' fw lcEal fir wh\le the other held a gun on and Mrs. Hawkins as trustees for | of . C a,t°n "nd Crtb*ce a parti me." After beating him. the negro the club, which assumed the obli-; rer shlp between Sam Costen and said, his ~ captors ~decld«d to re- gallon when the property was Charles Crabtrce has been an- turn here and make him find Son conveyed to the club in 1931. The n0 unced here and the stolen liquor. On the way complaint alleges that $1,695.88 in ' n. — J. R. Grant of Arkadelphia. president of Ouachita college, and C. E. Phall, dean of the college ot education at University of Arkansas, -Fayetteville. Tlic second general session will be held at 7:30 tonight at Littl.e Rock high sciicol. tactics. P ' Lo " 8 frictlon ' s election -•I New York Girl Denies She'll Wed Max Baer .NEW YORK, Nov. 17 (UP) — Miss Edna Dunham told' tlic United Press today that nn announce-., mcnt from Mas Bacr, heavyweight . boxer nnd latrly a movie actor, thnt he conteraplatcrt inntrimony with her. was "absolutely ' fldicul- r-us and "abounl." Baer's announcement came from San Francisco yesterday. • "I met Baer. on his last trip to New York-.': Miss Dunham, said. "1 have seen little of Baer and the announcement has embarrassed The calm was short lived. The! me .considerably" first witness,' 'John Blanqu'e, hadj : been'summoned by the Edwin S. Broussard faction : v testing. the election ui ot-nnion o i- » 11 ; i"' : John'overton of the Long faction I Carolina Ax Murderer over Broussard. ' ' j ' Blarique, however, began testi- RALEIGH, N. C., Nov. n (UP) fylng favorably to Ovcrton's side. -An executive order tamed an Senator M. M. Logan - of Ken- hour before hi was scheduled to which is con-1 Governor's Order Saves m of Senatorl „ .. . .. ;.- •'- . . tucky, acting as committee coun-1 d i e in''the ol^tric chair today' ^^ , ^ "V L' V 0 "^ Po^o'Uaved the life of-Luther McLamb;' <d ?f "ad.not >rcatened.to close | condemned - ax ••'stayer of George his dance hall if he permitted hls| R Hudson i brother; \Valtcr Blanque...to serve K-. '- back his abductors picked up principal. Interest and penalties is Mr. Ccsten. a native of , and one of the fl . Judge R. L. Corban dismissed] Coca Cob — --- ...... • General American Tank Cities Service 21-8 Young Northern, the negro said. due on a $1,700 loan covered by (,,{] stars Vantlerbllt University ever the case for "want of further prosecution" after several clashes between opposing counsel. Attorneys for the plaintiffs, who were released from jail yesterday under Sl.OOO bonds after having been indicted by the grand Jury this week, protested that they were not ready, to proceed. Sues Wife for Divorce Ben Neely has filed suit in chancery court seeking divorce i from Mrs. Hattlc Ne«ly. 4 The petition alleges that Mr \and Mrs. Neely were married In 1912 at Kcnnett, Mo., and separated In 1931. The complaint charges that the defendant at various times threatened to poison the plaintiff. E. B. Cook is counsel for the blBln'tlfr, 98 23 1-2 General Electric 20 3-4, General Motors 317-8 International Harvester 41 78 Montgomery Ward 22 1-8 New York Centra! ...... 2.-> 3-8 Packard * ' Phillips Petroleum ...... 17 3-3 Radio Corp T 1-8 Simmons Beds 17 7-8 Standard of N. J 47 Texas Co U. S. St;el 26 7-8 43 Chicago Wheat Dec May Dec May open SO 1-4 94 high 91 1-4 94 7-8 low close 91-8 89 1-8 2 1-2 92 5-8 Chicago Corn open high low close 48.1-2 48 7-8 47 1-2 47 5-8 SB M 5-8 S3 '-" 6* H was while the trio of white 8 ™***&; men were allegedly seeking thc other negro and displaying weap- Tnrcc I nroduced, practiced law in Bly- thevllle until 10 years ago. He wns senior partner in the firm of at'aYVh strel 7 fT th"^ %"* •*> Hen ^son arc coun-, ^n and "w.11^ he^'" until ,»,„. .„ j ... t »_j i«f«,™_ sel for the loan association. i juiiiro. Phn w»n 0 >.» ™«r,t nn the watcher, slipped out nnd Inform ed Buck Tomllnson, merchants patrolman, arid Thiirmnn Atkins, police officer, of their actions. The officers picked up the trail of the Mlssourians. They found Bradford and Northern, sitting in 1 Louisiana Road Workers I Judge. Phil Wallace went on the .bench In 1930. ! Mr. Crnbtree, a graduate of Ihe 'University of Tennessee, is the Forced to Aid Overton ne * : a ' tt ° r " ey to thc ?her " f hcrc ' NEW ORLEANS. Nov.'17 (UP!--; a parked car In front of a negro Fcrced contributions from state 1 Jones Infant Dies Would-Be Abductors Shoot Chicago Broker CHICAGO. Nov. 17 (UP)—Kussell L. Blount, 57. mortgage brok-i cr, was in a critical condition lo- [ day as n result as being shot' by on: of two men who attempted to enter his home, apparently .with the Intention.of kidnaping him. Blount opened the door of his homo-.in response to a ring and d man fired n tear gas gun nt him after a short conversation. Blount then ran lo n rear door, nr.parently Intending to lock it. I He was shot In the chest as'he 1 side. Blarique denied the thrent. Long Illness Fatal . to J. A. Ledbetter nicndation of Ji)d?c J. p. Fryzzell, the trial Judge, arid the trial jury. The sovsrnor commuted the <tea!.i sentence to lite imprisonment. McLamb's chief plea wns that house, and Crosby and tho negro highway employes to the srnator- : Clark Jones, month old son of'attempted to close the door. s at a negro house. The of- la l campaign fund of John H.,Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones, died found a pistol and a pint overton were revealed this after-1-it the family 'loine in thc Little Crosby car wh and Bradford were sitting. noon. In the senate investigation' River community nt six o'clock .of the 1932 pri'nary In Louisiana, this morning, ijbhn Wells, former employe cfl FVn'ral services were held this The threee white men -were Ihe department, trslifha that nit | !>ftcrncon at Brinkley cemetery lodged in the city Jail where they h!sh?:s:: employes wen forced in where interment was made. . The remained today while officers were, September, 1932 to give 10' per-"— • " ..---.-•- -—..-».., ~^- decidlng just what charges and; tent of their salaries to the Over- how many to place against them, ton fund. Checks were held up. The negro -was held at thc county. Wells said, until the donations were jail for witness, i he nnd Hudson were intoxicatcrt <'-hen the cilii'.e was coniniittad. J. A. Lcdbciter. 49, died ycstcr- dr.y following A fo\ir months'- III-, nest from a lung ailment. Fiin--Car Loadings Continue nrnI - CArulr-ftc u-firrt >,nl^ IVi!c af^o^-_ c • ° . ••»•« oral -' were held this alter<.-jai in:irn.t.-o> »k.-ii; iu:iu im> onci- _. - . • _ noon at the family residence near! tO ODOW bain UV6r Gosnell with the Rev. W. J. LcRoy, IWEtor of the' Lake Street Mcthn- olst church, officiating, and burial was made at North Sawbi cemetery. • He is survived bv his wife, Mrs. Annie Vera Ledbetter, nnd six'; so.ICO v.nder the preceding tveek tons and clairhters. : this year but an Increase of 40.- Tiic Moss Undertaking company' ceo atova th; same week in 193.'. was in i charge of nrrangernem. i . .—_.— ' WASHINGTON, Nov! 17 rtJPi— Thc American P.allway ;\s-:oclr.tion fnnounccd todAy that car loa&njj for the w:ek ended Novcr.ibsr 11 totaled 577,676 rars, n decrease of L. G. Moss Undertaking company was in charge of funeral arrangc- I inents. The deceased is survived by his . „ . TiirnT-itc niwl nrtei l\rf\l\*nr AKRON. O.. Nov. 17 (UP) — Rev. J. s. Ha;dcn officiated. The (strong winds \vhtch swept Akron Winds Keeps Statospherc Balloon in Akron Dock R ev . W. J. Leroy Will | Preach at New Liberty j225,000. parents and one brother, aliport today caused postponement of the scheduled night of U. Com. T. G. W. Settle a:ld h!s aide, Mnj. Chester F\)rdney of the U. S. Marines, into the WEATHER The Rev. W. J. LeRoy, pastor of the Lake 's'treet Metrtodlsf church, will preach at New Liberty Sunday afternoon at' 2'30 it was .innouhccrt t6d»y; •i Arkansas—Partly cloudy, warmer In east- tonight. Saturday partly cloudy," colder In northwest portion. Memphis and Vicinity—Cloudy tonight and Saturday.' Colder Sat- "

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free