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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 23, 1933
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Served by the United Press BmmviiZE COCKIER THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST AftJCANRAs iwn onrrr-ir^.txr ..TCC,™,™. DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION VOL. XXX—NO. 2M Blymevllle, Daily New». Biytbenilo Coumc. HlMlsalppl Vtlley Luder Rlvthfirtllc H"*w m,YTIIl-:VlU.i;, ARKANSAS. ;T1H1KS1)AY, NOVKMHKR 2:1. 1<):) "SINGLE COPI^; FIVE CENT?' COUNTY HIGHWAY PROJECTS '-,'< -~. Fellow Flyci-s Will Pay'Hoiior 'lo Mrs. Stunlon Bolsters Government Issues as Economists Debate Monetary Policy. WASHINGTON, Nov. 23. CUP) — Government money was being • thrown into UK bond market today to halt a decline of government issues. Meanwhile the country's best known economists an d financial experts lined up for and against the president's gold buying plan to raise commodity prices. Inflation was tlie bone of contention. Acting secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau jr. announced large sumS were available tu support government Issuer, hi the bond market. Morgenlhau to Sec Roustvelt WARM SPRINGS, Ga., Nov. 23. (UP)— Speculation over the forthcoming vist! of Acting Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau to Press- dent Roosevelt today brought from administration sources a reiteration thai no change In the government's present monetary policy was contemplated. The president and Morgenthau merely are going to discuss routine department matters, close friends insisted in the face of rumors that the trip of (he latter to Warm Springs indicated a further discussion of the financial policy. Morgenlhau 1s slated to arrive here with Mrs. -Morgenthau tomorrow. probably to remain until Thanksgiving. It was said 'that his departure from Washington was lor tlie purpose of a rest as much as anything else. -^ GoM'ire Unchanetil WASHINGTON'. Nov. 23 (UP)— The halt in the administration's ?o!d price lifting plan continue today when the Reconstruction 1 inancc Corporation left unchang- Refuses Extradition of Luxora Resident LITTLE ROCK. Nov. 23. <UP)G-JV. J. Marlon Fulrell today denied extradition of George Norman lirinkerholi of Liixera. Mississippi county, whose return to Illinois had ' buen asked to face charges of "wife desertion." iirhikerholl. a bookkeeper al thc I.uxcra Gin company. >.a.> Indleat- <.'it thr,'. he will file suit for divorce and he said In a paper that attorneys have offered settlement his wile. Grand Jury Will Get Meridian Death Case MERIDIAN. Miss., Nov. 23 (UP) —District Attorney Aubrey Dunn informed the United Press today that the slaying of Dr. P.. M. Rob- inion would be submitted to tlie | grand jury at Its regular session in February. "We know who did t'.ie shoo'.ing,'' Dunn said. "We have all ihe facts The whole matter will be presented to thc grand jury at its regular session in February." l.ouisc Turck Stanton JACKSONVILLE, Fla.. Nov. 23 (UP)— lioscs will be scattered Fri- Sctfle and Fordney Reached 61,237 Feet WASHINGTON, Nov. 23 <UP) — The stratosphere balloonists, Lt. Com. T. O. W. Settle and Maj. day by pilots over the Atlantic i Chester Fordney. reached a height Murder Baffles Chicago Police which claimed the life of a flying companion, Mrs. Louise Turck in rented plane to keep a rendezvous with death. The ceremony typifies the abandoned hope for the life of the socially prominent Jacksonville sports woman who was grief stricken by of GI.237 feet on their flight, the National Aeronautical Association announced today. Calibration of the Ijarograph used by the oalloonists completed by the U. S. bureau of standards and the height officially confirmed. Settle and Fordney previously the death of her husband in an j had believed that their trip Into automobile accident a few weeks thc stratosphere earlier this week ago. . had taken them between 58,000 and 59.000 feet above the earth. Attack on Alabama Jury System Defeated DECATUR, Ala., Nov. 23. (UP) — Denial today by Judge W. W. Callahan of a defense motion to quash ed its domesli: gold buying price for the third successive day at per ounce. ?33.7C 100 Year Old Publication Quits SOUTH .PARIS. Me. (UP)—Tile Oxford Democrat, werkly newspaper, has suspended publication after an unbroken career of 100 years. A front page editorial on the last day of publication Eaitl business nondilions were solely responsible for the suspension. New York Cotton the Morgan county venire in the Scottsboro aMii another attack Prosecution Not Ready for Trial of Terry Lloyd at ^ system. . .. J J Judge Callahan CarutnersviUe. casts i the repulsed . CARUTHERSVM.E. MO.. Nov. 23.—Continuances were granted until t,l:e March term of court in three murder cases in circuit court here today. The state was granted a contlnu- Alabama uled Ihe niction afler J. A. Tidwell of Ihe jury board testified that J. J. Sykes, negro, said by the defense to bo Qualified for jury duty, was crippled and that character had been questioned. The dcfens: motion had contended tha Lee Tracy, film actor, expelled from Mexico and drop]x.'cl from t'r.e M-G-M payroll following a display ol bibulous exuberance on the balcony of a. Mexico City hotel. LEE TWILL CffflJY FIRE 100 Men Relieved Trapped .as Flames Shut Off I'.scape from Canyon. I'ASALJKNA. Cal., Nov. 2:1 (UP) --Aided by a lull in (he wind. 3.GCO firemen today were believed fo have bronchi under control an 8-mlle bimh flrc that for a lime Impcrili-d residential districts In thc foothills. I'ASADBNA. Cal., NOV. 13 <UI'> —Paul Cimendyke, counly fori'.st iniiser. feared today Unit 100 county welfare workers lincl been trapped in Ilnlnr.s cnnynn while ulii!! -K -brinl! blai'c which'-had been burning since Tuesday niijht. Trucks 'sent in to brini out a corps of 190 no-ki-rs returned with only !)0.. Before they could make a second (rip (lames spread across the road. Gmcmlyke said. The canyon was reported burning on three tides but hope was expressed the men would be ub!e to creel a fire break before Ihe names iiTiclicd (hem. The workers were employed In A?tcc park and lived hi camp quarters in the canyon. Approximately 150 homes were endangered In Tujunga as the lire crept toward thc outskirts of the rrnall town. Thc flames were ic- pnrlcrt within 100 yards of out- lyins residences where firemen manned hote lines in a desperate eiloil to turn the blazing tide. Louis Mayer Announces Dismissal o{ Moving Picture Actor. Freigbters Collide in For Near New York NEW YORK, Nov. 23 (UP) — The freighters Chfoan and Liberty collided in a heavy fog In Ambrose channel about two miles oil . r hore early todoy. Distress calls from both boats biought coast guard patrols ant marine police. Forty-three olfic- crs and men of the Oliioan were removed ivhc.i It seemed the freighter would sink.- They wen back to their ship later when the vessel grounded ofl tlie westeri end or Coney Island. It was no in danger, the coast guard rc ported. NEW YORK, Nov. 23 <UP)Cotton closed barely steady. oixm high low close Dec 995 990 9880' D81 Jan 1003 1003 989 !)90 Mnr 1021 1022 1005 1007 May 1034 1033 1019 1020 Jill 1047 1048 1031 1034 Oct 1CC6 1067 1051 1051 Spots closed quiet at 1000. off 15. ance in the case of Terry Lloyd of | Jury ser iBlytheville. charged with the mur- ! rier of his siep-fatiier. William Copdand, who died after being fatally beaten in Missouri. Copeland was "taken for a ride" after being ,t negroes were barred from wfls " ervice because of their race. ™ naret Dead Man's Baggage Gives Clues to Crimes picked up of! the streets of Blytha- | SAVANNAH, Ga, Nov. 23 (UP) — vil'.e, It is alleged. The continu- i Federal agents today delved ance was said to have been granted because of the absence o'f Arch Lindsey, Mississippi county. Ark., officer and a principal witness. A continuance was also granted Henry and Parker Morgan, accused of murder in the fatal shooting of The agents, faced with, a maw of fictitious n.iiiies and a cnian- Carlos Adkins. former residenl of tity of explosives found in Moody's Blylheville, on the slreets of Ca- rosscssion. sought to determine j nithersville. Absence of John Hat| good, a defense witness, now in Mis| sissippi, was given as ground for j thc continuance. r-'iW ORLEANS. Nov. 23 (UP) i Trial of Jim Slavings. also ac- !»7« f\ i I\CW Orleans —Cotlon closed barely steady. open high low close Dec 99! 992 975 976 Jan 1002 1002 985 985 Mar 1019 1019 1002 1003 Miy 1031 1032 1(115 1010 Jut 1044 1044 1028 1028 Oct 10G1 1063 1046 1047 Spots closed steady at 977, off 19. Chicago Wheat nee. Mav Dec May open 86 1-2 89 5-3 high 86 3-4 90 1-8 cused of murder, was postponed until the March term. Mrs. Lee Lucas, accused of the murder of her husband, who died of knife wounds, was allowed to enter a plea of guilly to man- ii he had taken part in any of many unsolved robberies. I Moody died in Marine hospital here yesterday from tuberculosis after having entered as an afflicted seaman. The mysterious contents of his baggage were revealed after his death. her punish- t (hree years in tho low 83 7-8 87 3-8 slaughter today and ment lixed a stale prison. Yesterday Mrs. Lulu Ward entered a plea of guilty to manslaughter in the death of her husband, James Ward, and was sentenced to three years in prison. HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 23 (UP)— Lee Tracy will find himself out of a job when he returns home tomorrow, [he "goat" in one of the most- unlucky film enterprises in recent years. He was summarily discharged by Louis n. Mftyer. head of thc M-O-M studios, within an hour after Mayer rend-Tracy's facetious account in a United Press dispatch from El Paso of his now fnmoiif balcony stroll. Tracy freely admitted that hej was "feeling the drinks" after a | partv when lie liailcd the Mexican parade from his hole] balcony, but denied that, he wits unclothed. '"The whole thing started 7.1 ;h a grand cabaret party when I came off location Saturday, cctf- the finish of thc picture." old the United Press correspondent in El PHSO. "I lizard a nararte going by. T ran out on the balcony, waved, and sh ' • had on pajama pants. "Some of tlie boys In [he parade saw me wnvine mv arms and shouting and they hollered back to me to shut up. I wns feeling high so I shouted back, as loud! n i l> f i c i as i could, -why don't you go tojKural Merchants seek I was just helping then, Aj( j p^ p f( , jj^j Fairs on Approved List for CWA Funds seek- A bulliH In tho tack ended tho ntnig^la of Mrs. Ithnta Wyue- kuoii, 23, nbovo, against a IIIVR- loriou.i assailant, aril hor lioily was found on an operating tahlo In tho basement oflico of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Allco Lindsay Wynokoop, prominent OhK caso physician. Tlio gnu, lylnft on tho table, wa>j tho only clew loft-tor pollco. Km-oiiragemcnt to thos hig H permanent Mls ccunty fuhgroumis was given yt'tlenliiy by W. l(. Uycss, stall- CUil Works adininlstrntor. In h!i add! (•£-.; to county Jiuli;- i'S Mr. nyc-ss spucincally nnmed !iilrgroim;ls as projects of DIP typi- -Aliic:i win receive con- :-!d"rnl!o:] in ullc:Atln^ of CWA luiitls^ T.'f :n:-a! fair tcmmlltee, now MKnj S5.MD for tliu jiiirchnsi! "'. a slie. hoik's (o be rfaily bv the fml of ihla week tn muki' h|))j!li'allMi for a CWA allotment. IFC FI1I11E LI IB 23 MILES DF New Roads Will Tap Little River Country North and East. From PurrJuise by City Likely If Agreement Can Re Reached on Price. Earle Wynekoop Returns in Taxicab From Kansas City. Moody of Richmond Beach. suspected of criminal acts, as nls body lay here awaiting orders. j ...... from his mother as to its disposal.! 1 ™} 'houled. Vivn la parade.' T Miss Annabelle Bryant New County Nurse Here Miss Annabelle Bryant, forme ly county nurse of Van Burei county, Ark., now occupies a similar position in Mississippi counly. She was apponted to assume the place made vacant by thc removal of Miss Eupha Hixou to Lltlle Rock. Dr. A. M. Washburn. county health unil director, and Miss Bryant are the only members of the unit at present which Is functioning under a restricted program because of inadequate funds. Railroad Men Doubt Evidence To Substantiate TEXARKANA. Ark. (UP)— Rural and small town merchants should come !n for tnclr CHICAGO, Nov. 23 (UP)—Earle Wynekoop, missing husband of tha slain Rhcta. arrived here today hy taxlcab from Kansas City. He drove up lo (he gloomy family residence and went Into conference with his mother, Dr. Alice Wynekoop. Two detectives were dispatched by Inspector John Stcegc today to arrest a red haired girl with whom Earle Wynekoop spent the evening before Ills own haired wife was murdered. The arrest of Wynekoop wasord- c-red today by police investigating the mysterious death of his 23- was murdered table of her physician mother-in-law. Young Wynekoop, a photographer, left Chicago about the linic Mrs. Rhcta Gardner Wyne- koo|i was believed to have been chloroformed, disrobed, and shot through the heart in the basement laboratory of his mother. Dr. Alice Wynekoop. Ho was reported in Kansas City but police there could not find him. He had n re- Eervnllon lo return to Chicago on a regular air line plane but was not at thc field when the plane left. Dr. Wynekoop and other members of the family were questioned, again. Dr. Wynekoop told at Fmauclal aid from (he Reconstruction Finance Corixmillon fur purchase of (he local water system as a .-cH-llriuldulIni; municipal project wns coiindcnllally exiiected by Mayor Cecil Shnnc mid mcmhers of his waterworks 'committee after a conference with state HFC officials at Little nock yesterday. Mayor Stinnc, L. L. Ward, chairman of the waterworks committee. and B. A. Lynch. local banker und committee member, consulted with officials regarding 'an RFC loan by which thc city might purchase thc water plant and system from the federal receiver for Associated Utilities. Mayor Shane said the RFC authorities expressed themselves as favorably Inclined toward the proposal but declined to" reveal what have been loan. Further amount, II, any, Aigy uggested ns a possible negotiations will likely depend on the ability of the water plant committee and thc Associated Utilities receiver to reach an agreement on the valuation of thc local plant and system. Approval of two Mississippi county highway projects, involving about '2'J itill'js of gravel road construe-. (Ion, was obtained yesterday by County Jmlge 7,ul n. Hnrrlson from the Arkansas division of the Civil Works Administration. One calls for a gravel highway from Hoscland south to Highway •10. (lie Red Line road, a distance of approximately 10 miles. The second calls for the gravel surfacing of the Luxora-Lltlle River road from Luxora west lo the |Hi!nt of Intersection with t'r,o prb.- losed Kcseland-Rcd Line road, f- Jislance ol aboul nlntf miles, and the construction of a gravel roid north from (he Luxora-Lltlle Rlv- rond through the county farm and [bin cast to His'r.way Bl, a distance of about four miles. Mr. Harrison said he hoped -to Imvc v;ork on at least one of these projects underway tomorrow. Men ransferred from emergency relief • rolls will be employed. Common labor will receive a minimum wage of JO cents an hour. B. N. Wilson Is Supervisor These and other Civil Works prp- Jecls in Mississippi county will be carried on under t*c supervision of B. N. Wilson, lOmccr county engineer, whose appointment as Civl! Works supervisor for this county was announced at Little Rock yesterday by W. R. Dyess, state 'Civil Works administrator, Mr. Wilson; It Is understood, is now in Loulsl- ' ana, but is expected to return ^o'- ithls county .shortly. While all die' year-old wife who on the operating federal H7-1I if . • i- c ° eera Will Materialize, ""I. believes E. T. Page, operator " tviaence lo suDsianuaie NEw; ORLEANS, NOV. 23 <UP> Pnicnn Dpatli faep I ackincr —Hallroad men of New Orleans ! roison ueatn tase Lacjung expressei doubt today lnat tne close 81 87 1-i) Chicago Corn open 4G 52 3-4 high « 1-4 S3 low 43 S-R 50 1-2 close 43 5-8 50 1-2 Stock Price* A. T. and T. Anaconda Copper Bethlehem steel Chrysler Cities Service General American Tank General Electric General Motors International Harvester Mlddlcwest Utilities .Montgomery' Wnrd. "New York Central Packard Phillips Petroleum Radio Simmons Beds St. Louis-San Francisco Standard of N. J. Texas Co. U. s. fileM Rev. J. R. Nelson Announces Program Tlie Rev. J. R. Nelson, pastor of Ihe Luxora and Reiser Methodist Release of Jim Kinncry. Greenbriar Ridge negro, held In Ihe coun- ^"ihoad" wiil be" carried "out", ly jail -r.cre. was anticipated today! after the stale had indicated it' i could find little evidence to sub-1 jstantiate a charge that poison ad-! . . , of a "country slore" at Redwalcr Anproves Suspension of Milk Grade Announcement Temporary suspension of (he announcement of milk * grades un- auburnl[] el Blythevlllc's standard milk ordinance was approved by Mayoi Cecil Shane today. The mayor, taking cognizance of rciwrts that several dairies were taking steps to comply with the ordinance and would be caught unprepared If enforcement started immediately, said he had agreed to the suspension. • Mayor Shane said no "deadline" for • announcement had been set to replace thc Nov. 21 "deadline" set by the council but lhat extension of time would lie only for a few days and only as long as Milk Inspector O. Rhonyo was convinced lhal tile dnlrlps In question were making efforts, in good faith, to comply with thc ordin- the inquest and retold questioning by police of under finding the body of her daughter-in-law •m the operating lable which Is near her office when she went to ____ ......... for 50 yean" Page has broached > 'he latter for some medicine , _,, I4 ! oxpcclcd thai 'Fred Crockett, county highway engineer, will shore' responsibility for supervising the counly road projects. Approval Is -yet to be obtained for a number of smaller counly projects ,and for approximately $10,000 worth of work which Mayor Cecil Shane hopos to have done In Blythcvilte under the Civil Works program. Mayor Shane said today that he hoped to obtain early authorization to proceed with the city jobs, which Include street surfacing and other projects. Among the which Judge additional projects Harrison hopes to County Offices Close for r.ave authorized Is one for the gravel surfacing of (he road south past the Blytheville Cotton Oil com-~ pany's plant and west to Highway•• Cl. This would make the oil mill' more easily accessible to farmers! and seed haulers, and would ellm-- inate the necessity of seed trucks unrt wagons coming into BIytheville to reach the oil mill. Will Serve Bljf Area The two big projects approved at Little Rock yesterday will open up a large and fertile area which hitherto ihas been without all-weallier roads. Plans as approved by th<- CWA call for a high type of gravel construction. About 1.500 cubic vants of gravel to the mile will be used sufficient to provide .•> gravel sur- C 1 / «( r- • ' nce cisllt Inches [hick at the cen- rnneral of Mrs. Games i tor and six Or seven inches thick at the outside edges. the matter to Jesse H. Jones, R. F. C. head. strike called for Saturday of 3.000 Bar "" nave been aided, and tn employes of the Southern Pacific': ," m -_ hel & thc " b| S fellows." while They pointed out that Joseph ! the Salvation Army and other re- Illef agencies help thc destitute "small" merchants, Page ar- mlntslered by the negro caused tho I Employes of the line here nam-| -The rural merchant helps the death of his mother-in-law. if d .? s one ° f the B"evances thc ; farmer perhaps more " Tlie negro's brolher-in-!aw and N"? °J" .1 ™" fr ,T D °.. t0 ~ about 8 p. m. Tuesday. Negro Porter Fined lor Transporting Liquor Offices in th: county courthouse here were closed this afternoon while county ofiTclals attended funeral services held at (lie Prom-1 1 ifJd Land chi'rch for Mrs. Myra j „ [Ann Gaines, mother of R. L.| CONROE Tex (UP) - A .; Billy" Gaines. circuit court clerk. ' ' ' Crater Well Snubs Crude Oil Control Plans negros son of the aged negrcss Is said to have accused Kinucry of mixing lye with medicine given the woman. A limited post mortem examln- cal barber shop, was fined $100 on a charge of transporting liquor and _,._ _ than the'425 for reckless driving by Municl- . - - . , 5«;bank. Tlie store is always closer i Pal Judge C. A. Cunningham yes- hours in Lafayette, La., on the to him than tho bank" he said I terday. Houston-Lafayette run. since ab- p agc adrtert tnH ncl(hcr ne nor | Taylor, arrested by Raymond Bo- ohtion of the division at Echo, on t any other "small" merchant could' mar and Allen Thompson, deputy Mrs. Gaines succumbed yesterday morning. She was thc widow ol the late Luther Gaines. . . . : The Rev. Grovcr Sutherland was KB ™ "?'! r » l . 1 i 1 ?.: '" officiate at the services and | n - tlie Texas-Louisiana line. churches for tr.c new year, has an-j atl(m fa sM , 0 hav<; faikd , 0 rc .; "The employes and officials 119 15 3-8 34 47 2 29 20 32 41 1-8 22 5-8 36 4 16 1-2 7 17 nounced his program of services for these two churches. He will preach at Luxora the first and third Sunday of 'each month at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. with Sunday school each Sunday at 10 a.m.. with Mrs. Sue Brown as superintendent, and the woman's missionary society meeting the second and fourth Tuesday afternoons with Mrs. R. W. Thomas president. Services will be held at thc Reiser ehuro'n the second and fourth j|Sundays at the same hours. J. H. "* WoM« \ f ciiivH«fpnrtent. Mrs. R veal any Yrace'of poisoning and of- the Ixiutsiana division are like one - in n letter to him. "Everything-j admitted the iransportiu 0 ficlals have about decided" to drop I'M. fa . m!1 ?'.' <? nc . cmpioy^ sald.;V.c'ye tot is frozen." Ihe merchant [ He' denied thc reckless the investlgRtlcn. J. B. Bunn Designated Deputy Grand Master OSCEOLA. Ark., i Bimn "The trouble is almost entirely tn | declared, the Texas division." ! furnish "adequate security'' to'constables, after a wild chas™ ln| which thc li. P. c. office referred | through thc city streets yesterday. charge, driving Legion Post Cite»J For Year's Record Tne negro was struck over the D _ I head by Deputy Bomar while re- rardoncd fO Get Islsling arrest, the court was told. I • ' • I • i Evidence showed the negro drove LiqUOr License his car rapidly through the streets and Ignored several slop signs in his effort to elude the officers. A Htckman township nrgro failed I Watts Is superintendent. Mrs. R. H. Robinson is president of thc woman's missionary society which meets Monday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock. Thc Rev. Mr. and Mrs, Kelson were recently given an cld-fash- 2 l-2iloncd pounding by members of the 44 7-8 Luxora church and (he primary dei pirtr 7-8 I MlNV inoiit of the Kciser Sunday taiidiwri I Win Rifts Of fruit. The Dud Cason post of the Am-; John after ; to appear to answer to a cliarse of There will be a regular communication meeting of Ihe Masonic lodso No. 134. F. and A. M., tonight. 7:30 o'clock, at UK hall. Visiting brothers arc- welcome. : 1333 legislature. But Siisner's plea j While the firemen were attending The BIytheville post has spon- was based on his desire lo obtain sored a number of worthwhile pro-1 a liquor license. Rolph said: "Ni> law repudiated jects carried out under the direction of the Americanism and unit;In the slate and nation should activities committees. i keep a man out of' A jol>." their first annual .ball, fire broke out in the businefs district al Newcastle and ra?£d five ly.islncss buildings. An entire halt-block was leveled, , . struggle between science and - ture, with the object the killing of the Conroe field's "crater" oil well, has begun, with the sky the limit on expenses. The well, in the heart of the v.ocd cemetery. Thc Cobb o'crlaking company was in charge funeral arrangements. torment was so be made at Elm- 1 rich field, cratered several months ^Bo and since then has produced oH far in excess of stale and fed^^al allowables. All efforts to control it have failed. Dan s. Harrison and James Abercrombic several weeks ago sold 4 J • U i thc c "'? r wel1 to thc Humble Oil Arrested in Montreal & Refining Company. Houston for --- iSSOO.CCO. Tlie Humble company ms undertaken thc task of killing "Bookie on Wheels" MONTREAL (UP) — Montreal's first "bookie on wheels" has been "• raided. Paul Jones, 35, was arrested as the "keeper." John Eastman, California oil field engineer, has been retained Polke claim that Jones parked • to dircct the work. His first step his automobile near busy tnor- ffi " 1)= lo lowcr n "whipstock" dc- oughfares and accepted bcU on vice am ~ n a reller weli drilled 400 race horses from passing pedestri- fect from tne crater well, nns. later registering them with a I with nls Patented device East- regular "bookie." Bettors were man wl " ^ aij!e to direct the bit thus ab!e lo place bets without on ft tangent to the hole of the visiting a bookmaker's establish- wlde weli - Oncc tnls Is .done, the ment and running the risk of be- s " aft wl " ^ P ll| S£cd with cement Ing arrested • Bllt l " u| d an d ">* production .halt' ed. L , ; 10.000 lo Gel Forest Jobs t ' DULUTH, Minn. (UP) — About I 10,000 men arc expected to be em- 1 ployed In the Superior National' ARKANSAS — Partly cloudy, Forest this winter as the result of warmer tonight. Friday cloudy, the $400.000,000 public works al- colder. location frorn Washington, accord-1 Memphis and Vicinity - ing to reports from the United i cloudy, warmer tonight. States Forestry Office here. | cloudy, colder. • Parlly Friday

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