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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 20, 1931
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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NOKTHKA ST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION VOL. XXVIII—NO. 2 Blytheville Courier, Blytirevllle Dally Ness, BlytheviUe Herald, Mississippi Valley Leader, BLYTHKVII.LK, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY, .MARCH 20, SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS ALCHEN FLIES TO AID VIKI Rock, State President, Loses Hand and Eyes in Explosion CARDWELL. Mo'., 20. — Warren Owen of the Coldwator community, eight miles east of here between Hornersvllle and Senath. is near JD p | p ,<.(,,! Under flr.ol), in i naratriMil.l l.mnltiil fnl_ ! UU " d!>t U ^HUCf Tour South in Society Play death in a hospital fol- ,000, lowing an accidental dynamite ex-1 plosion Thursday afternoon that Mew away his right hand and part of his face. Physicians say thai should lie live he will be blind In trict, dircctcr, n district chairman both eyes. and four club presidents will at- Owen was digging post holes in hard ground To Icscn the ground and make his task easier he took some dynamite, which exploded in his hand. tend the annual district conference of the Business and Professional Women's club here Saturday evening and Sunday. Mlis Leonora Wilson, of Little Hock, state president, will be the principal speaker at the dinner meeting tomorrow evening at the Woman's club when delegates from Jonesboro, Paragould. Plggott, Osceola, Corning and BlytheviUe will be present. Another speaker will be Mrs. Ova Stewart, oi Fort Smith, general di- leclor. Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, president of the local group, will preside, and others taking part will be: Miss Attic' Hay! president Jonesboro club; Mrs. Vera Lyons, president Paragould club; Mrs. Clarence Holder, district chairman. and Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh. president Osceola club. : Sunday morning there will be z fellowship breakfast at the Woman's club at 7:30 o'clock. At. 11 o'clock the visitors and members ol the local club will attend church at the First Baptist church. Thq "Get Acquainted Luncheon' will be at the Goff Hotel Sunday with an aflernoon session closing the conference. The entire program follows: Saturday Registration 5:30 to 7 p. m. <iofT Hotel, B. & P. W. club room. Dini ,ner, Woman's club rooms, W. Main k street, '7:30 p. m. Mrs. Winifred Reyn,o!d.vpresident Blythevllle c!ub presiding.,-Club collect led by Attte IIo/. -"pres&Ljnt Joneaboro club Group singing led by Mrs. Vera Lyons, president Paragould club Greetings, Ruth Stilwell Holder chairman district No. 2. Response Mrs. S. L. Gladish. Osceola. Read ing, Marie Moon, Blythevllle. Valu of district organization and confer ences lo individual clubs, Mrs. Ov Stuart, general district director Fort Smith. Special number, In trcduction of state president, Mis l*onor.T Wilson, by Sudie-Barnet of Jonesboro. Address, Miss Leon or Wilson. Emblem benediction led b Gertrude Barnes, Blytheville. Sunday Registration, 1 to 7:30 a. m. Gol Hotel, B. lc I>. W. club room. "Pel lowship Breakfast." Woman's Clu rooms, 1:30 a. m. Mrs. Vera Lyon president Paragould club, presidln Group singing led by Gertrud Barnes, Blytheville. Wclcomin Ccrning and Jonesboro, Mrs. W. Beard, state membership chairma Paragould. Response, Attic Ha Jonesboro. Round table discussion Emblem, Ova Stuart, general dl trict director. Membership. Mrs. \ J. Beard, state membership chai man. Transportation, Lconorc W son, state president. Finance. Pub-1 and w - w - Shaver of Bond Following Agree- ; ment to Continue Case. ! EXPECTS f E1D DF MM BILL i.dgc Harrison Believes Parnell Will Veto Bill Following Conference. Although Governor Parnell did ot Indicate what action he would ake on the McCabe county turn- ack bill following a three hour onfsrence at Little Rock yester- ay, County Judge Zal B. Harrison xpressed confidence on his return •om the state .capital that the overnor would veto the measure. The bill is a follow-up ireasure eslgned lo supplement' Act. No 3. which levies an additional gas- iine tax of one cent a .1 gallon and rovides for the method of dlstrl- ution of this revenue and 12Vi •fr cent of receipts from highway xmrt Issues. The MeCabe hill would change the basis of dlstrl- ution. of a third of. the estimated $3,076,000 turnback' from rectlpti of •at registrations to an equal divls- on a month the'75 counties. The ither two thirds would be dls- a basis of area and Plans Search for Survivors GREAT WAS3 ISLAND. Me., March 20. <Ul')-Bsfnl linlchen's „ . , p x| Sikorsky amphibian, en route from 1 rouble btarls at NeW| Boston to St. Johns. N. P.. passed D ' WJl '1 I • 1 i ' b >' I'"* C0a5t guard station at 1:50 t nSOIl While Legislators,p. m . t<X |ay. coast guards reported OSCEOLA. Ark., March 20.—Finley W. Cartwrlght. member of the firm, of N. G- Cariwright & .Sons Hdw. Co., of Osceola, was formally arraigned . in circuit court here yesterday following his Indictment' Wednesday by the Osceola .district grand Jury charging him with miirt'jr in' the first degree. The .defendant, whose fatal shooting of M. L. Crawford, Osceola Cotton Oil Mill engineer on Crawford's door step the night of March 1st, has attracted widespred local interest, was released under $25,000 bond following agreement ol counsel to continue his case until the October term of court. Cartwrlght is charged with hav- IIP shot and killed Crawford while officers were reading the man a. urrant previously sworn out ,-fcy j Cartwright which charged Craw-:; ford, his neighbor, with assault i with a deadly weapcn. The war-' rant was based, it is understood, on ! charges made by Mrs. CartwriRht that Crawford threatened her life when she resisted Impro|>er advances he made on her. Special Prosecutor An array of !-2gal talent employed by the defend? includes attorneys ! of prominence from Osceola, Bly-i ;\viln a cast composed of beautiful 'college girls and social leaders, the theville and Memphis, and It lsj play "Beauty and the Bent," unstated by Southern Junior Xeagu*' understood that a Memphis attor-: members. Is attracting.wide attention on its tour. Mary Johnson, left, ney, Chas. Bryan, Is associated! jfay Queen at Salem College, North Carolina, plays Glld«. Euth Auns-. with A. B. Barham, of Osceola, em-1 ipaugh Daniels, right, daughter ft Joiepnua Danicli, former secretary: the Finley W. Cartwrlght family ' ributed on population. Judge Harrison declared that in. ils .private opinion Governor Par- .would veto the measure 'which would prevent Mississippi county rom .receiving any turncock money, as -all ol the county's share would be required to pay bond maturities in the. southern district of the county. In the event the governor dees not veto the measure and it becomes a law, Judge Harrison believes that the bill will eventually be declared .unconstu- tionol. Grover T. Owen, Little Hock lawyer, presented the principal ar gument against the McCabe bill for the 10 counties,. Including Mississippi, which would suffer loss o! revenue. - ' C. A. Cunningham, Blythevllli attorney, spoke against the bill informing the governor that the measure would prevent this county from receiving any turn-back mon- daj . m d Thursday, cy due lo the amount required to pay off bond maturities. ployed as special prosecutor, in tlwl 0 ( the navy, plays Elaine..The play Is directed by tht leatue'i Raleigb, cose with" prosecuting attorney S. ! ••• • "~ """ "^»» « -*.--•-- - - 1,. Glad.lsh. and his Osceola deputy. D. P. Tayloy. Defense counsel Includes Wlls T. Davis of Memphis and Virgil Gran of Blythe,'y111e. both brothers-in-law : | I of- : O(i|twright. J._T. Coston, G B.. j Segraves 1 and Bruce Ivy of Osceola.'' •The'(rial yesterday of Albert j Newton, , negro Janitor for the Bonk of Osceola,' whom the state charged with the .murder of Clem-, Arc Visiting Old. JOLIET. III., March M. tUP> — Convicts In cell.'house F of the new stutc penitenlliiry at Statesvllle 'rioted today a.i a legislative committee met in the old penitentiary to investigate three previous uprisings In a week. L'xtra guards wore sent from the old penitentiary when the first flash of the trouble was received. The word that' "hell has broken loose M .Statesvllle" came alter five state legislators had completed a tour of the old .penitentiary and were questioning Warden Henry 0. Hill regarding prison unrest. Only thirty highway. police were hand, the remainder having been ordered back to Uielr regular duties. The highway police and national guardsmen were driven hastily across the four miles of highway between the old and new Institutions. The riot was over alniosl as <uilck- ly as It started. A company of Illinois national guardsmen, a hand-, ful of highway police, and prison | guards got control; before Warden HUT arrived s from the i old prison, "lie guardsmen wheeled a machine un Into UK prison yard. The •uards dropped their steel clubs, ne shot -was fired and while it ill echoed between the high walls he convicts fled back'to their cells. he plane was flying low. PORTLAND, Me., Mar. 20. (UP) —The Sikorsky amphlblun carry- Ing Herat Dnlchen and nvo companions from tloslon to St. Johns, L F.. was sighted by coast gunid.i over Cape Ell7!ibclli at 12:00 p. in. today. BOSTON. Mnrch 20 (UP)— Bcrnt Balchen, youthful hero of many a perilous air adventure, started Osceola Citizens Sign Bond for Former Leader in State Bankiii" Affairs. . OSCEOLA, Ark., March 20—A. B, Banks, until last fall the dominant figure In Arkansas tanking and insurance circles, appeared befcre Judge Neil Kllloiigh In circuit, court here this morning In answer to a county grand jury Indictment charging acceptance-of deposits-in the First. Slate llank of Osceohv for the far north today to conduct which lie controlled, after It was an aerial search for missing mem- insolvent. beis of (he sealer Viking cxpcdl-; Bond of $2,000, signed by local tiun. j men, several of whom were as.<o- A giant sliver winged Sikorsky clat;d with Mr. Banks in the Firs', amphibian wilh Balchen at the Stale bank, was posted, smd-at 10:30 contiois and two other able bird-(this morning he-left by automo- men aboard took oil Irom Boston ] bile for the bedside of his wife, said airport nt 10:53 A. M.. eastern slau-1 to have been prostrated by the news dard time on a projected flight to of his indictment. mons Scales, negro chauffeur for Canning Factory tVin -EXnlan IV r*n «^n-»l r»K » «««U.. ' me nmey w. uanwrignt lamiiy. ivn 1 1 U r> • last summer, resulted In a hang! WnOlesaie MOUSG : LOOp-(i Jury, the verdict returned late last: f ; D Pamnamn night after several- hours deliber-! ela:e ln Dean Campaign. ation. ' ...... , - j L . • . -Newton, represented by attor-' A honie market for a home pro- 'ne.ys Bruce' Ivy, W. W. Prewltt and j duct Is the goal' set by the Blythe- G. B. Segraves, pleaded self-defense: vilie Canning Company and the hanU Grocer company in n one Sunday afternoon after the i cl " n l jai B'i they.-are-launching to- two. were said to have had a dif- day to put green beans, groM-n i". ference over a trifling debt. The i Mississippi county and canned at state, was represented by Prosecut-; Blythevllle, in every home in this tog Attorney S. L. Qladlsh and D. . ' F. Taylor, Osceola deputy. Wils T., crTUOI > Davis of Memphis, special counsel, i Cooperation of almost every gro- sald to have been employed by'eery store in the Blythevllle trade Finley W. Cartwrlght, who assisted | jerrHory has been enlisted in the the 'prosecution in previous court;,,,,., Big Drop Shown in ~ _\ ;y, Income- Tax Receipts , 'WASHINGTON, March ao (j —rlhcotne lax collections reported to the treasury today as of March IS showed a sharp drop^under those collected to the same day last year 188,691,515 as compared,with $214, 534,500 collected on the.same dat last year. . - " ROUTINE SPOILS 'SE Finds Sailors Scourin Decks When He Appear for Workout. SI. Johns, N, F., stop en route to Horse Island, N. F. Trial Next F;lll Mr. Banks was accompanied here by Col. T. D. Wynne of.Pordyce, former president of the Arkansas Bar association, wl-" 1 will be chief of defense counsel. With Colonel Wynne will be associated J. T. Ooa- ton and Bruce Ivy of Osqcola. Van. : M. Howcil, scn-In-law of Banks, came to Osccolii for. .the arraignment. The Banks party arrived yes-. i Icrdiiy top laic (b appear in courS Clnndvear Co Worker Held n " d spEllt tlic Wsht nt tl>c nolcl uooayear v-o. VVOIKU nua NoMc ln Under $25,000 Bail- as Communist ScHerner. The trial will be held at the-October term ol court; it is expected. Signers of Mr. Banks' bond Included J. L. Williams, .president cif WASHINGTON, March 20. (UP) i the Bank of Osceola, C. C. Ermen, —The department ot Justice said [H. V: Cartwright, A. G. Brlckey, H. today Its agent* had obtained evidence that Paul F. Kassey, accused of a plot to wreck the navy dirigible Akron, had Intimated to associates th'Rt- ha • . . - sus bureau today. This compares '" of°st t or R n»re t cans Cr mSy rC obf«l'n!p resldellt at the Unllcd Stales must high quality beans at just slightly ] regulate his habits to the routine The iurv™in%he%asTchosen at- morc lhon elgnt cents pcr can ' an abonrt! bfltll <Khlps 0! > " "&**> me jury in me cabc. uiuben i" ...........1 -.-i^o fnr c ,^v, n ,,r^,,^t ..... .. ,..._. ,._—._ 8 to 4 for Acquittal lie relations, Mrs. Dora Mat Jcnesboro. Emblem benediction led by Mrs. Vera Lyons, Paragoulci. 11 a. m. Sunday, Marcli 22 f Special service at First Baptist church. "Get acquainted luncheon,' Goff Hotel 12:30 to 1:30 p. m. Afternoon Session, 1:45, Goff Hotfl Mrs. Ruth Holder, chairman district No. 2, presiding. Club collect led by Essie Simms. Paragould Special music. liound table discussions: International Relations Cora Lee Coleman, Blytheville; Program Mrs. Grace Ellis. Paragould; Health, Miss Sallie Crow, Blytheville- Legislation, Mrs. V. C. Kays, Jonesboro; Publicity; Research; Education, Marie Harnlsh. BlytheviU> Parting Wishes, Mrs. Winifred Rey- Judge Harrison. J. F. Tompklnsl te ;i xn au s u n g"Ih c "regiilar"panel| unusual P rice for . 5uch n - P rod " ct ' this city I an( j two additional panels of ten I I with. Mr, Cunningham attended the session. .i ~™iin.rt leIfMt of g ave remained, .'• ' Season's Total Is 13,929,941 .500-Pound Bales, Censys : Sureau Reports. WASHINGTON; Mar.. 20 TOP)— Cotton ginned and to. be ginned from'the 1930 crop was estimated at 13.753,833 .running balep of lint cotton by the United States cen- wlth 14.5*7,191 bales ginned in 192S and 14.296,549 bales In. 1928.''.._... ' GInnmgs for the 1930-31 season are equal to 13,929,941 bales of 500 pounds jross'weight. This comparfs uith the final crop estimate of the department of agrlculture'last December for .he produrtlon of 14,230,000 bales. • Production In *he 1929-30 season ABOARD U. S. S. ARIZONA A amounted to 14.854,8(31 500-pound SEA, March 20, tUP)—Even the I bales, and to 14,477.874 bales in the, preceding season. Previous count of the census bureau covering glnnlngs to January 16 was 13,692,104 bales. CJInnings from January 16 to the end of the season were put at 161,779 bales, against 358,805 bales in the same period of the previous season and J.. Hale, and. Dr. C. M. Harwell. Dr. Harwell.was a director of the First.State bank, and it is understood several others,,Including some of the officers and ... navy airplane that subsequently | defunct - bank,—mil - als-y- crashed. - ' ' i bond. . . • • . f .Mr.. Banks.declined, to mike, a AKRON, O., March 20 (UP)— 'statement. - Mr. COston of defense Paul F, Kassey, 37, charged with! counsel., said that there was 1 noth- a.plot to destroy the world's larg- ing to be . said except that Mr. ' ' ' ' • ' Banks .was not. alarmed .over the est dirigible, the Akron, 1 pleaded not guilty today to charges of violating the Ohio criminal syndicalism laws. "By • spoken word and by word of mouth" Kassey, a rivet Inspector for the Ooorlyear Zepplin corporation, was charged with communicating to fellow employes a plot to destroy the Akron, now in outcome of the case.. Based on_ Telegram It. Is understood that tf.e indictment of Banks was based oh a telegram he is said to have sent to officers of the bank at Oscsola 1 on Saturday, November 15, declaring that the .bank was in no danger and that he was prepared to semi process' of construction for the] $100,000 to Oscsola. by airplane ;il down" cruise, President Hoover ly reducing the local found toda >'' . k. It also had the cf- ' Relaxing wit!) pleasure on his va- of awakening farmers to the i cation cruise to the Virgin Islands CLAYTON, Mo.. March 20. (UP) —Charles Y. Abernathy, negro, today pleaded guilty to kidnaping ' r.olds. Emblem jotirnment Benediction. Ad- Building to House Small City of Workers NEW YORK. (UP)— The Empire State building, tallest structure in the world— erected by a company of which Alfred E. Smith Is president—will house between 20.000 and 25,000 persons when all offices are / rented, agents estimated today. Workers will pour Into this sma! - , f ... . , ^4glii;u ttUlt'U-iL tVI 111 ttl_ li> LVl UCail3 • *n*n u*«4 uu^/ uk ju^juiiiLS wii, * repeatedly voting for acquittal and, sl f tnclem to " lnsure capacily aper . , He was forced to forego his lour holding out for some form of a(ion flurl (he nrsl nftlf of tn( .. lcmplated workout with the ...... punishment other than the ex-, T1 „ t p | Bnt i nK 0{ ap . clne ba n anc i returned to his quar- kmmn nati^ltt, ncVorf hi. thrt ctntn , ' P . , r . con- medl- United States navy as the greatest lighter than 'nlr> craft ever designed. Officials quoted Kassey with- a confession and a boast that he was "more valuable to the communist party than 100 ordinary communists." Bond was fixed at $25,000 which h^i was unable to provide. He was returned to Jail to await preliminary hearing tomorrow. The Inference of a poll- j bank. ticat plot shlttl officials from their; preliminary belief that the a sertcd machinations' were self co trived. They planned to nues'.ion the need should develop. On basis of this assurance, U Is charged, deposits were made, and on the Monday following the bank failed lo open. It has since brsn plac;d In the hands of a liquidating agent. About - $25,000 of Mississippi county money, protected by a de- pcsltory bond In Mr. Banks no\v detune'. Home Accident Insurance company, was In the First State as- c on- 1 OU icarn if .here were Kasscy's wife and an unnamed W7.5TT bales"" in Vhe"cor7e7pondTni | wcman companion In on cITort^to period of 1929. " Dinners operating for the 1930 crop numbered 14.503 against H,- 8G8 for 1929 and 14,974 for 1928. :ides After Former Wife penalty asked by the state.; Gill!: peuuiio tliMTU Ui uic aian;. ; ^ . , ~v The cap has attracted more at-; L°rte th's tnm 200 acres Is being • tcrs. Adolphus Busch Ortlwcln. 13, hc'.r ng charges came shortly after the iegro, a St. Louis real estate agent, lad pleaded guilty to robbing the Orthweln chauffeur of $4.50 and had been sentenced to 15 years imprisonment on that charge. The] sentences passed by Circuit Judge' Mueller are to run concurrently, •hlch means that with time off | eight years and nine months. . °* ' ne caa? ' ™* c Berber Shop Blaze Causes Small Damage A small barber shop In the 400 West Main block w&s slightly dam-' aged by fire late yesterday after- cases of Rutledge e bound over from Justice Elliott Williams' •hargcs jy, are set for today.' re alleged to have brok-! Frisco depot at Luxora I i and' stolen a quantity of express. • They are represented by Alexan dcr and Coor^r of Blythevllle. | tracts will be signed later ior ap- warm and the sky overcast with oc- I proximate 600 acres more to be caslonal drizzles. The Arizona had _ • planted In July and the early part covered one-filth of the distance to " I of August. . | Porto Rico a 8 a. m. when shs was 300 miles cast of Charleston. Sets Speed Mark With Motorboat time ame r£w investigation Was failure IM effect a irronclliatlon with his former wife, Miss Gienna ;Mcore, 21, George D. Atkins, 20, Alabama Solons Will nams' court Iii'», if, , n i J ' of burglary and: New indictment Returned • Against Rogers Strip Wheels March 20, <UP>— An Indictment against Rog- \ The young woman is^tea ti I die. . r i C L 1 PUn> ^^ L ' O. Moore, tte wo'in-lcj wom- bet flcnooi Lnarges nr;s fa . ;ier tuM offlci>r . Atslns • tried for the last five months topcr- BIRMINGHAM. Ala., March 20. • sua de his daughter to remarry l>;m, (UP)—State Representative Louis; but that she refused. As a train on .Robinson. Jefferson county member which Atkins v.-as working pjss-xl ivuniu. BEACH Pla, March 20. j 0 ' tne house committee investigat- ;clos2 to Miss Msore's Atkins (UPl^Q^ar Wcod'of Detroit twice !' n K conduct of the Alabama S:aW was said to have Junmed oil, run 'shattered the world's speed record • Industrial School (or Girls, told the to her home, and shot, her without Ihere today with his Miss America \ uw '« ) Press today that charges waining. Atkins then shot himself ' IX first making an official time ; preferred against Mrs. Ira Cham- through the head. H= died two of"l006 miles ner hour over aiPlon. Us superintendent, will be hours later. ;n i presented to the legislature on re-1 m : convening March 31. Sick Cow Causes Car Two wheels and tires were stolen i .'"^ond '«rforffanVon"imllan ' Acquittal of Mrs. Champion . ers Caldwell, president of the c!e- f ro m a truck, the propsrty of John ! creek ; an eight to three vote of the board : : fund Caldwell - and company and McHaney Jr., 1201 West Walnut | Th ' city Uy all of New York's tliree 1 Sparks escaping from a faulty subway systems— the Seventh Avenue line, the Lexington Avenue line and the Brooklyn-Manhattan Brondnay system. stove pipe Ignited woodwork in a back room of the shop. The blaze was extinguished by firemen with ! chemical tanks. I. Bus Wreck Kills Three | Borrows Policeman', i and Kills! FORT HUMPHRIES, Va., March 20—Three persons w>:re killed and 12 injured today when a New York-Richmond bus smashed into a truck on a narrow bridge near here. r Is mooing In your ear | the back ot your neck with n raspy tongue you're Justified i If you swerve off the highway and'. , pert maintains! In court. i I Alpert testified r.e drove his truck | |off the road while trying to pacify i the car-sick bovine who was a pas-! [senger. , j I The judge expressed syinpit.iy ' i and suspended judgment. ROCKLAND, Me., March 20 (UP) j in Slam, debtors who fall to dis- —Explaining he wanted to shoot : charge their obligations after n a do?, Charles A. Mitchell, 52, bor- given time, are forced by law to rowed a policeman's revolver and work for their creditors until th? ; of the Bank of Tennessee here, was street, by thieves Wednesday nlgh». i returned today b tne Davlds on I Th truck was In a locked garaje to Swerve OH Road , county grand Jury, charging him . at McHaney's home. The t^^ tiiirvv fr,nn riipi— i*'" h accepting money in the bank ; entered the garage by a window HAVEN, conn, tun . . Th ' , 0 rmer Teco ,(i WM 98 7C miles '• of trustees of the' in3tl;utlon. Rob- ; er hom estBbllshed last 'year by I 1 "** 1 said, has no legel tearing on j ' cl , C: Si cO uLlg Tonight FrOTK M'^TPphls °" sir Sir after It became Insolvent. were served p.nJ Cald- j and removed the tires. -foWtcho-r* Ifltl vesr hv ulau " «uu, ims iiu ivgci u^uiiug wn , .^ ,_ ir_^»., n _ « /^ Dn««*n« rv rryt^«;.^ S of,e,mm,t,e b C^ ^^!^^!^^=- Ji!f ^^J^ SS each count Rev. Jordan to Memphis Hospital! i report must be submitted, he said. Nebraska Legionnaires |£ rtsa £ h acllon os lhe holl!e car "| Send Meat to Arkansas i WREC, with 510,000 Thlf Sn!? 1 ™"';,!^ i ^ h- T i : HYANNIS, Neb., March 20. (UP) i The bond *as also signed b> T ! Tho Rcv _ w _, Jordan> f(>rmcr; _ Forty . one head ol calt i c an d ssv- i MI- i \, , v ;P"«> r of the Methodist circuit here.: enty-nve head of hogs were shipped . nauonai 6anR !was to be carried to Memphis this.last night to an Omiha pacWtigj WEATHER ARKANSAS —• Occasional thun- killed himself. debt Is settled. ]Marianna Youth Shoots ' Self for Love oi Girl I MARIANNA, ArX., March 20. (UP I afternoon in a Cobb ambulance. Hs jnouie where they will be killed and |—Frank Hunter jr., 18, SOT of a; n-ii- c • n i i i ' B111 receive treatment at the Meth- j dressed, then shipped to El Do-! prominent hardware merchant, at-: According to the offlcinl westhEr rilling Station Robbed :oaist hospltsl where the Rev. W. J. ;rado, Ark., for the relief of the tempted suicide at a dance here observer. CT.nrlw Phillips, the mtn- ILeRoy of this city. Is now confined.; drouth sufferers by Legionnaires of'early today. Inuim temporattire f.ere yes'.erday CARDWELL. Mo.—The East End The Rev. Jordan, who Is pastor | western Nebraska. | He shot himself through the left was 33 decrees and the maximum filling station here, owned by A. R.' of » country- church near Paragc-uld. j The shipment Is valued at $2,500. lung with a 32 calibre revolver. Hh 64 degrees, p-rtly. .cloudy. On the Fllppin, was broken into' has been In the BlytheviUe hospital' Both the Cudahy Packing company condition was said to bo serious. He' same day a ycsr ago the minimum day night. Eight automobile tires,for several days. Ths exact nature and the Burlington rallro&d are ol- was despondent over a Icve affair. tempemUire w^s 39 degree. 1 ; and tha were taken. (of his nine's.'! Is not known |fering their services free according to friends. maximum 60 degrees, cloudy.

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