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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Served by the United fress BLYTHEVILLE COURIER THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NOltTHUA 3T ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOU1U HOME EDITION VOL. XXVIII—N0.> 11 Blytheville Courier, Slythevllle Herald, Blythevllle Dally Ne*s, Mississippi Valley Leadtr. HLYTHF,VU,1,K, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, MAUCII .'11, 1031 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS ESTROYS NICARAGUA Kriute Rockne Killed In Air Accident FLASHES FRANK SI.AYKH ACQUITTED SALT LAKE CITV, Utah. SI:ir. 31. (UI'l— A jury today nninltlril Vcrna Jean Dale. 21, cabaret singer, of charges rf mimic-ring Sam Fnink, US, well known Mrm- phis jeu'dry auctioneer. Little Town Near Emporia, Kans., Scene cf Western Air Express Tragedy. BAZAAR. Kjins., March 31. (UP) —A gifint passenger plane of the Trans-Continental am! Western Air Lilies Clashed on a farm near here todaj' carrying eUin men (o their death. Dixie Orator Seeks U. S. Title BAUOOX KUXS AMUCK VENICE, Cal.. March 31. IU1'] —A giant baboon ran amuck after breaking from his cage on the. Venice pier today anil Injured five persons, one seriously, before a polkemn shot and klllrd the animal. Receints From Gum Sales m Twelve States Will Be Used to Buy Cotton. NO TAX KOOST NEEDS WASHINGTON, Mar. 31. HID —President Hoover said Knute Rockni-. famous football there would be no increase in coach of No'.re Dame University, taxes at Ihe next session or con- was among these who d!e:l cress if congress would hold i>\- Tbe eight men left Kansas City iwnditurrs within budget llmila- at.0:15 a. m. today bound for Los j lions. 'Aneeles. Tne departure was a qnar- ter of an hour behind rtsuhi-i GETS COTTON'S I-OST i rani to he known as Wrlgley's eot- schKlule- because of lhi> late arrival' WASHINGTON', Mar. 31. (UI-) I tnn Investment Fund will start op—William R. Castle, a<aista«t CHICAC1O. Mar. 31 (UP)—Wlll- iniii Wri-'ley jr.. will start tomorrow exchanging his chewing gum in twelve southern states for cotton Milder n plnn which contemplates today ' " le purchase between April 1 and December 1 of approximately 100.000.000 pounds of cotton at an est- imat°d total expenditure of $12,- OOfl.OOO. Chev.'inp gum find baseball magnate announced today his new con- of a consignment of mat!. The wrecked ship \vas one of the veterans of the service, n tri-motorcdj Fukker. At the controls was Robert Frye, long in the commercial air service. His pilot was Jesse [ Mathias. Rockne was making a hurried trip to Ihe Pacific coast for a conference regarding a mavie contract. He reached Kansas City early today and spent a short time with l:is sens, William, 14. and Knutc jr., 11, before boarding the .plane. secretary of slate, was today cle- valeil by Prraidcnl Hoover io the post uf undersecretary, made vacant by the recent death of JDS- eph T. Cotton. crating tomorrow, using aH money it receives Iroin Wrigley's gum in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma. Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia. Tennessee, Kentucky, "Virginia. North and South Carolina to buv cotton. Wholesalers handling Wrigley accounts in IK? southern states have been notified to deiKKit their j remittances in one of five banks II M M \ fl I ! which will purchase the cotkm.Cot-i (IHHr HI iton will be bought by Wrigley at a i HI I LllL Story of Brawl in Mexican Town Related in Court Raymond Winters, above, who as a Junior, at Cutawba ColleKC, Salisbury. X. C., recently won the North Carolina alatQ-wluo oratorical contest sponsored !>y the American I.ogion, will compete In the southern tournament for the right to outer the national contest this summer. Winters, a resident of Cuiiihertonii, Md.> Is sliowo • lief tt'lth tiic cup lie received for winuliiK the state title. price of 12 cents per pound or| less. In event cotton rises above I j 12 censs, as Wrigley hopes it will I 31 ,.. . „ I under the effect of his plan, pur-1 m-j Missouri Lomoanv rromis-i c " ases w111 cease until thc pricc falls below 12 cents, when accumulated funds will be used to absorb the commodity and bolster Us price. - ..-••• The cotton will be deliverable hi. cs Protection for Holders of Horue Life Policies SMPORIA. Kansas, March 31 (UP)—Five men were reported kil-, led in an airplane crash nearj here shortly after noon today. : '"The" fillor'maTlon'-vras" contalrfe"n-? In telephonic dispatches reaching J here from Brraar, Kansas.; 3"jJ miles from the men was not learned immediately. ; . ' ;'••' ' Early reports reaching "here were that Kinite Rocknc, famous Notre 'Arkansas and. Missouri insurance was one. .of i commissioners. •; •.... '•'•"'. Bi7aar, Kansas. 3".! TTTTTF nrw- »r .,. ,, - L ' K «*•""' nm ut uti..c,uu,. .... here Ttie IdcnHtv- of"-ii' TM^ : . K ' Mar: '' 31: Mnr - December. ,:On the •-basis of past here. The>. or 3, ,„,, } A 5[ll . to Te | nsure I jn lhc , Muth . Wr igley estimal-, -he policy contracts -of .the. Home,. ed , the . re will*12.MO.odq LUe insurance Company of Little. to spend on cotton between.April I Rock, today: awaits the. approval .of Dnme fcoiball coach, the men killed. The plane it was said was • an air liner n[ the Transcontinental Westein Air Los AngeleG. and-.Deeeniber.i-Thls means, that probably 100.COO.OOQ pounds; of. cot 1 ton or more, will-come unto-'Wrig* Court Moves Steadily ' '. "Mass' of Casesj'Tiyej'' In- '.,.Vf^ictrrierits Returhed.'! '(Qfiiiilnal court moved'.' steadily d:. today'.Ms Judlc^Nelj; Kllr. lough strove to keep the'court {constantly, busy with the mass ;.'6f appeal and felony cases crowding the Tlie plan was submitted 'at alley's possession:. Wrigley's-prospec-jn'pcket. —'ns. of officials' stockholders,I tive .purchases -should:absorb four ;.;The..session of court today, as ,, - „ ... -, .- i n»d pollcyTiolders yesterday by.the i per cent .of the. visible supply, If Express .bound fof |.Central States'Life Insurance coin-i feis'.figured. .. ! '.;.-.' ' pany of- ; St:--Loins:'The''Mlssourlj' The'.che,wmj~'gum;'ml'll|onalrc ex- haying'.' safes of in the 'south will Shot by Suitor Wife Sues Husband for • -'.[company will-'draw:a detal!ed''con-.1 presse'd' tiii iio'pe,": -' [tract and'present it to A. p.'Dii- maniifaclu'rers .' h j ianey. 'Arkansas insurance cbmmis-j cml al magnitude i Arr!<lpnf ImnrJpe I si ° ner ' :lM Joe Tlloni l J30n . : ' 5ll P er - enter. inTo'sim¥nr"'."piaii5 and" thus ncciaent injuries , int,-nc!enl of the Missouri depart- 1 underwrite the soiith's "entire out- imeiil of insurance, it was'announc- ' LITI'LK ROCK, Mar. 31 (UP)— j cd -fnllovlng the niesttng.' ' ' Officials of the Missouri' insur-j ' put of col'on. . J ' ' 'i-waslgfvcvffd ctaoi shrdl c ' : ' • • Mrs. Bertha Katzcnburg appealed Io th; Arkansas supreiiie court, ance company stateft'policy-holders,' . _ ., here late yesterday to decide! of the Home Life would 1; be -fully Revival AuuS ICD More whether she can collect $25.000! protected under the new plans. J.: dnmnscs fro-n her husband. Will-'J. Harrison, vtt'e president' and! lam Knt?rnbnr[f, both of St.. Louis, | general -manager of the Home Life, for "care'fssly and driving their car off '-•' ; . Kg'' if. j" i . tO IHetnOfllSt yesterday, was devoted mostly to tlie- trial -of misdemeanor cases ap?- pealed'from the lower courts nith a'hjirnber of liquor cases being disposed-of by trials.:"' 1 Trial:of atelony case was started i this ':'•• morning '.but the cate; had I hardly begun-, when evidence de- 'iifwyp' velopeci 'showing that the statute lot limitations had'.expired. W. W. i Fletcher, was defendant in the ease land..yras.charged in the Indictment ! with'disposing of .mortgaged proi>- | erty. The case was dismissed by the court,' Increase Has Been Principally in Negro Population Count Indicates, Increase ot 389 In Uie school age population of lllythcvlllc special school district number Ike In the pnst twelve months IK Indicated by Ihc 1931 enumeration, final report of which was completed today by Monte Sanders. Tlie new cnumcrallon shows 5,018 crsons between the ages of alx and twenty, inclusive, in Ihe dls- Irlct. iJisl year the original enumeration showed 4.G13, but this was reduced Io 4.029 before It was approved by the state department of education. , " Kril Crow a Factor?* The enumeration provides I h e basis on which slate school money Is apportioned among • the school districts. Until the current nscol year this apportionment has been over S5 i»r capita, but this year It was reduced by about $1 per capita. If Ihe Increase of 289 Indicated by the enumeration Is acceplcd by the .state department. H will mean an increase of about $2,000 in stale money-for the local.district... Tlie Increase was ahhost l .«ntlrely among negroes, the dlslrlct'6\whlti population of school.age being almost unchanged slijce last year^'ln view of the fact that there t Iras been, no -Increase in <opportunities for employment either for negroes or white persons here the. theory Is.advanced-that'the marked increase in negro population Is attributable to the Red -Cross-.relief program- that has been carried on I during i-the :\dnter. :Negroes, It Is believed, have moved In from the country In large numbers to be near the source of Hed Cross food Issues. • litre Are the Ffcurn . Following are the figures for the 1930 and 1931 enumerations^ those for 1930 being as approved by the state department, while' those for, 1931 are still subject' to revision: '1D30 1931 White males 1570 1482 . White females 1531 1570 Colored males ...,. 180 1030 Colored females ... 730 950 Total 4.029 5,018 1.03 ANGELES, Mar. 31 <U1>>-- Fmlhcr detnlls of n "biuwl" ni Agua Cnllente. Mexico, which was leimlnnlcd when police ordered I.ulhcr Heed, director, nml his wife. Jocolyj). Ue, Him actress, to leave Ihe country, wore expected to be told In court today where liecd Is suing- for divorce. Ueed'lmd described Die conduct ot his wife \vlilcli led Io their oust- Ine tvom the resort town when court adjourned yesterday. II.? had buen pluylng curds, he snld,'When nil. nlfc nsked him for money. He. mive lii-r half of Ills 20. winnings and she threw Mia sliver In his face, he said. Later In their bungalow. Reed claimed his .wltc sliuck him Vi'lth an ash tray, swore at him and lilt htm with her list. Ills wife In a cross complaint alleged cruelly nml declared her husband intimidated her with a, pistol. Each nsks custody of two children. Celeste, 3. and Dana, 2. They were married June H, m;ia flT P.U . .The enumeration was, imadj by Mr. nnd Mrs. Mo'nte Sanders, assisted by Miss Sunshine Swift, Mrs. jerry White, ar.d Aubrey Harwell. negligently"! ndcatcd' after the ' meetnor • "tli, .The' evangelistic meetings in pro- I™'"mistrial resulted in the case O f!P romlnen ^ ln cast Tcnne5S ™ so-j»nd by J. A. Shivers, principal fill whichjboard of drectors'of-the-Litlle Rock \ gress (his week at the--First Bap-- the State' vs. Sid Brycans, former ! det >"- * 05 H a ° linm n T enn bvH" reBr ° SCh<X>1 ' I?*' insulted in painful injuries to her.! company Would promptly ratify the tist. First Methodist and First Pres- The accident, according to the' selection of the - Central Slate : byterian churches ore continuing taxi driver, charged with transporting liquor. The case was ap. ," i Roy Chihvood. said to be a rc-| V nardert today as a test suit to dc-.; termine whether the husband has ; the right to recover liability in-1 s'.uance when a member of his own npc?.! cccinrcd last May in Cross, company as the tonrflni to reinsure i.with'"nionitag and evening services j waied" from" a "lower" court." The 1 l cclctl Slllt 2, r ' Miss O |llu . n «o nadI Bodenhamer and CafEWaV ounty. A rtccision-handed downipolicv contracts of tlia 7Iome Life. H a iiv • • • I iurors were divided six and six I 1 **" attending a, pasvy with an- ...... c • , « • ?.. n ... C *??.™ 1 ^. con .^™ 1 S^! -' ' ! "here-were 10 Additions'to. the |^ jS ^e^ i^A'or »^^' ^^ "^ ™ J"?"!?.^! Wl11 S P Cak * Jonesboro ; Charles Lemons Attends i First Methodist church yesterday j charge of possession of liquor by a -. •'making a total of 32 since Uie re- jury yesterday afternoon. J. L. Chicago Rotary Meeting ivival opened Sunday mornlnrr. Th:«! Flake was found not guilty of Charles S. Lemons, a v<x , aUo]w] &rvjc( , member of Comm ,j lce : i morning's sermon was on "Healing ! charge ot,reckless driving by a-Jury'1ir.;,I.... Mnnca Intrnlveil ! When Waters TfouWe." I this 1 morning. '"" ' ' ' , lYliCKCy mOUSC mVOlVea Legion fn to morning. . A feature attraction at the Pres- I A.charge, of illegal possession of I I of Rotary International, is In Chi- : byterian church will be the Easter, liquor against II. D. Robinson of | i cago this week for a meeting of'cantata presented' by the church ! Leachville was dismissed on mo-1 this group. Its members are: Her- : choir, assisted by o'.h&r musicians i tlon'of the state. A trial of the cass ; bert Schofield. chairman. Lough-! of the city, Friday night. Miss Le- at the last term of court had re- ' . , - , . . Tnniffht • borough. England, Carlos Sanchez' one Calllcolt is In charge. . suited in a himg Jury. A chnrgc of :f a , r ' 1 omgni ( B - , r nt ,„ a m | ll • toda \ MejoraJa, i itfarko'.ic. Pachuca. Mexico, Edoj - The services are held nt 10 a. in. Zagreb, Jugoslavia.'and 7:45 p. m. . Million Dollar Suit ANGELES, Mai.. March 30. (UP)—Mickey Mouse, the movie : subject of controversy the ir.e-muershlp of Dud Cason postj Mj .- ' tcn , ons was f 0r ' me ry 'govern 200' to over m° will come to" close >• « «',"? f. dlstri f wllidl comv " s al Hie post meeting in tlie armory; es al! of Ar H""^ s - . building loday. Th.? winnir.g. team n . „ . „ . -1 Dert..! B»k .'disturbing the ^eice against J. H. :toda );, in a million dollar lawsuit I Anthony was also dismissed by the on flle a ^ Patl!e Changes. , J -«-^.« uj >..^ J^n nnrl tha \Tai\ T]a,1rlin nnrnnra | state. An indictment against Charlie Heder, charged wlHi gvnnd lar- | ccny and receiving stolen projKrty. | Walt Disney Productions Coin- Lid., through Its president, tion. nnd the Von Beuren corpora- Out nl lail WilVi FPP ' wns no1 pressed by the state. i P an y. uut ot Jan with ree Flvc lrdlctmcnts \, re retunieU by | waiter JONESBORO, Ark.—O. L. Bodenhamer, past national commander of the American Legion, and Senator T. II. Caraway will address a mass meeting of world war veterans and citizens of northeast Arkansas to be held at Ihe A. and M. college armory at Jonesboro, Wednesday, April 8, at 7:30 p. m The meeting, sponsored by the state department of the American legion, will be one of a series In various parts of the state at which Commander Bodenhamer and other leaders in veSerans affairs and In the public life of the state will tell of. the achievements of Ihe Amcri- Mrs. B, ; A. Lynch Presides at Northeast Arkansas Session at Earle. The first district Pnronl-Trtnclioi association niLctlne ever held In Arkansas was at Earle yesterdaj whe'ri 160 representatives from : slx eountifli In northeast Arkansas at tended. Mrs. B. ;.. Tjrneh, of this city. Is president of the new or oanlzatlon which hss taken Ihe lead In an. ae.tlvitjr to be followet by ;etlier dlsti;ct 'gathbrlniis thi spring. Reiiorls showed that Crlltenden CrnigheHd and Mississippi conn tie* already had county council formed and that Cross county an tldpated the organizing of such eroup next week. St. Francis an Polnsett are the other counties I District 3. ... . ."-The Four. Square,Child" was th theme discussed-by. Mrs. Charles Roc, of -Washington, D 0., nation al -held • secretary,- who was U principal speaker. She also.spok of the national convention to be held at Hot Springs May 1. Mrs. L. D. Reagan of Little Rock, state president, took up the development of. the Arkansas dlstrlsls In the Congress of . Parents and Teachers. Round table discussions were led by Miss Annie Camp of Jonesboro, state chairman of the library extension, and Mrs. N. B. Menard. of this city, state chairman of the summer round up. All counties voted to cooperate In the movement to have the round-up for physical examinations of all pre-school children who will enter school in September. John Burnett, director of physical education In the Shawnee Con- solidalcd school of Mississippi county, led 25 boys and girls In a demonstration in physical cduca- U. S. Marines Aid Rescue .;' Work: Many Americans- ;; . Were Residents of..City. V MANAGUA, Nicaragua, vlii .Trop- ;',-•' Icnl Radio Io Now Orleans; March ;;;. 31. (UP)—A severe earlhquake last-; ,.:_| Ing only four to six seconds 'shoov ••: Managua at 10:02 R. in:, bringing .-/.; down nearly all buildings, especial";:/ ly the higher ones. . ..;'."',;. Five Blurted in the market In, the. . central part of town whlety; was ,crowded. H was'reported ;ohe,;a:i! 1 ; ;; on of Ihc market fell In. Tt\hbld •; pproxlmMcly ,35.']>cnp!c ; who -wetf!.: urned Io death. -..; '.'' i x"'!'-'i '-• '•'. Tlie Lupone, the" l»rges>:; ; h«el. ; •as down, nil but one wall: Dead .ml Injured could be seen from the ] trcets. The streets were ilncd 'in .' lanv sections with. wounded nnd / ead. • ,.'"'•-: • TJ. S. marines were dolri^ all pos- • Ible to pick up Injured. The na- lonal guard :trled dyriamllmij^R : ross line Io check the fire.but;ati ast reoorUi the dynamite v,-nB;:sll: ;onc. The power plant was hi" \ypfK-r. us condition 'but the power was' ut off Io prevent deaths from brok- ' en wires. ... - . (By Unlled Press) • '" • '- '.-'. Fire and earthquake loday ds- '.; slrovcd Ihc majority of Mnnaguu, ' ;' capital city of Nicaragua. : '.- ]" : Advices to the state ^department•..,. at-Washington whloh caused, Pres-.1 ;; ident Hoover to "order military; na>j-j;:., al ancj-Red 'Cross ikl to the'strlvV^V. en - rcsldcnls,. and'.rhess.iges .to '4h£ ^ ,\ Tropical Radio at New Orleans and.;.' 1 ;,; Boston, satd^ fire continued to :rage; sj i In Ihe : 'c'lty. of. - 33,000' popuhjtlba.'f;. t The central - fsi.i\ ot tfe"ctty'-was " .... destroyed by Ihe quoke' and the fire started Immediately. Advices, to the Tropical Radio said the fire Is sr/eeplng from the. central district of the c\ty_ .now. to-ward the west and Is entirely out of control. • ... Major General Preston Brown, commandant of military forces In llie Carml Zone, reported' to Ihe war. department that Monagua had been destroyed. Early advices mention nothing concerning casualties. •City Destroyed WASHINGTON. March 31. .(OP1 —An earthquake followed by -fire visited the city of Manugna,- the metropolis of Nicaragua, cordlng to advices to the White ' House. President Hoover was Informed through the state department of the dlsasler' which reoarts indicate meant the virtual destruction of the city. l/l,m,lll£, IUU,k,>. LLIIJ Itlmluig- l^Iklll „ n. . and the lime and place of the feed. Guide Has Trench Lnei at which Ihc successful conclusion; . • ii T L i 'U I of the contest will be celebrated' ' and !Ut> tor nuni NOHWALK. Conn.. (UP, „„- ^S^ SeTthT^ 't^ n ^ £ ,,^r^:-enu L m ay de public, bench war! ranis not having been served In fee v;ill be announced. P.. N. Ware jr., and Roscoe Craf- j Hnnter* i vvl(h his numers, ,5^,^ h dentist but not until SALEM, Ore.. (OP) — Johi ten arc explains of the rival teams, j joncs. big game guide in the and the final report of their cf- k on carries a bathtub and forts tonight is expected to show :Fimch coo ^ among other things, | bonus money, paid "the dentist $123! 'when showing wealthy tourists! and made a date for the following Ca5c *' wc "Wiring before the where (o bag game.' j day. Tlie veteran woke tip next; 6Tand J llrv this afternoon. Widner nt-nn- nV.« ,* tf, « <.iiih ' UJ * * ili(J tttuic»CJiitiiw> ui mv rvnnji i- D ±S» ™ '" H^ can Legion and, the prob- tion. Luncheon was served by the auxiliary of : the First Presbyterian church of Earle. The Rev. Mr. Snj-pes, said the invocation and violin selections Ewere rendered by Miss Kathleen Irby during Ihe serving of the menu. Mrs. Renfro Turner, of Marion, was chairman of the arrangements commlllee. Besides Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. N. B Menard and Mrs. Ira Gray, of here, nnd Mesdames T. E. Tnle, J. R. Steadman, Billy Williams, Sidney Williams and C. E. Crigscr of Ar- Many U. S. Citizens There NEW ORLEANS, March 31. (UP) —Advices reaching the Tropical Ra- • dio company here today indicated the entire city of Managua, Nicaragua, scene of many blcndy revolutions during the past three years! was practically wiped out by -an earthquake which occurred at 10:10 a.m. today. .' " '.'. There are about 3.000 United States residents in Managua, according to Luts Brazo. Nlcaraguan consul In Ken- Orleans. "• It was feared, the loss of life was enormous, although early reports failed to reveal the extent of casualties. Tne earthquake came without warning and In a few'minutes the cily was wrecked. All means of communication with the exception of radio were reported cut off. lems now confronting veterans of | morel, altended the meeting the world war nnd the citizenship In general. wltness « a new )XBt mcmtorship recori the Doyle HMJ two companies were guilty of Infringement ot copyright by creating impersonations of Mickey Mouse. Disney claimed he copyrighted his characters Mickey and Minnie Mouse In Seplember 1928, nd the defendant companies i dopted and used the characters in! heir own films. He demanded an I i • „, „, ,. , ... injunction against further use of! Harry K. Krllett of Los Angeles.!fascist party will nic suit In the Sacks ol Gold Save Jones mates 30 to 00 day trips i Into the wilds. His headquarters fh e dentist furnished ball Contractor LOSS On Job' nrc at Skasway. where he keeps a reopened Olssn's accounl. I string cf -10 horses. ' ' I . ' "A puide to be successful should j / in a police cell, penniless. ' ] was . bolln j 1 m <* t '° the J ur >' °» n an( j • muraer charge In connection with the death of Page Boyd. It is understood that, no witnesses have yet <ju PC n (o Wear Cotton Dress , been callid before Ihe grand Jury TONOPAH, Nev. (UP)-One Ne-, arranBO (he b est for his parlies."i BLTJE MOUNTAIN Nflss., (UP)' 1 " th e cases.aglr.nst J. F. Roderick, vada contractor now o-ll-ves Inthal Jcn(!S sald . .•Sportsmen mske thc|_ W hen the Queen of Blue Moun-.P"sident, and Earl Roderick, cash- old faying Gold Is where you fine. | tr] Wllh rae usua ii y in pa lrs, nev-; ( a | n college is crowned this spring i ler . ot the defunct Bank of Leach- II " I r . i _•*•... .^».\_^-__^-_. _..r_ .. -..n»_ Killough suggested Infor- ) atlorr.eys this mornlnj I that a special Judge be appointed , ••" more than 'five. ' Itake a com-, MISS Sybil Bramc and her courti v "le. ciip,,,,,, ol]lfi! , for cnmp convenience,! W ju wear cotton dresses In an ef- : Ju ' It. 1 He took a Job for removing timbers from an abandoned mine, including' a slove and bathtub.! tcn to'popuTa'ra ihst kind of ma-'many to attorneys "this mornln" Ihe work proved more difficult than | j.- mKh C0 oks Ore the best, and'I' '" ' ' expected and it appeared he was i always have one along." goins to lose money on the con-1 ' _ __ tract. terial. Twelve Years for Four Cents i to hear appeal cases and render Private College Attendance Up ' verdicls so as to clear up the court MADISON. WIs., (UP)—Attend-.docket. Whether this plan will be Removing a section of lagglns , PITTSBURGH, (UP)— Domlnlck; anco at private colleges in Wiscon-i acceptable to the barristers Is not no™ an o.d drift, uro sicks of ore | Tnill, charged wtlh killing, s i n< n3w totaling about 7,000, in- known but attorneys will probably tumbled cut. apparent' conceile-1: neighbor. Christy Pacllla, with .a[creased faster lhan attendance at meet with Judge KUlough late this there by a _"htgh-sfraded" In ths i meat cleaver during a "back- [ i) le University of Wisconsin, ac-. afternoon to discuss plans for dis- bccm days. The ore was .«omc of fence" argument, plc|de« guilty; cording to Wirth P. Ferger, former posing of as many appeal cases as the richest found in the region and ! and was 'sentenced to' serve from [ economics instruclor here-" Wirth! possible. ttic- contractor says his contract! RX to 12'years In U1o penitentiary, predicts that the. university willj Friday ha« been set aside as the turned out to b3 one of the most j The men were arguing c.ver four reach an enrollment of 15,000 by day for trial of cases appealed from profitable he ever hr.d. |crnls. " 1950. I city police court of Blytheville, Foreign War Veterans to Hear Harry Kellett Challenges Hindenburp Decree in German Court MUNICH, Germany, March 31. (UP)—Adolph Hitler, leader of ths mice and an accounting I California, national deputy chief of' supreme court challenging the ccn- which he stated amount ! s(aff of Veterans of orelgn Wars, stltutlonality of the dictatorial de- I will be the principal speaker st the cree Issued Saturday by President he rival profits o more than $1,000.000. meeting of tbe local post Thurs-'Paul von Hlndenburg for suppres day night. 'slon of political violence In Ger- Smith Motor Coach and Dixie Greyhound Joined CHICAGO, Mar. 31 (UP)— Fred- [ J. Driver of Osceola, congressional ; movement which was seriously han- erick W. Smith. Memphis, presl- : representative of this district, wlUjdlcapped by terms of the decree. The meeting of the post will be j many, it was announced today, held at the City Hall where a ser- The suit will be filed to demon- vice office is maintained, Judge W. atrato the legality of the fascist Verdict on Appeal Is Due Today SAN i'RANCISCO, March 31. :UP>—The fate of Alexander Pan:ages, theatre multi-millionaire convicted of an attack on Eunice Prln- tle. 17, still was In the hands of :he state supreme court today as the final date arrived for handing down a decision on his app2sl. The wealthy showman, sentenced to from one to fifty years, asked the supreme court to uphold a decision of the appelata court granting him a new trial. , dent of the Smith Molor Coach j also probably be present. j . I Meanwhile Hitler ordered his company, has purchased a minor- Mr. Kellett is we!l known for his j brown shirts to avoid violation of Ity Interest in the Dixie Greyhound ' ability as an advisor and director, t ne decree under threat of expul- Llncs, Inc., C. E. Wickman, presl- In "war pictures" mide by the ', s i on f rom the party. The decree dent of the Greyhound corpora- 1 movie corporations. Most of the i prevents them from wearing their tion, announced today. 1 equipment used In Iheie pictures is The Dixie Greyhound Lines, Inc.!furnished by Mr. Kelielt's organlz- was organized recently to take over | atlon, it Is sain. the Greyhound lines in thj south, central states from St. Louis to BERLIN, March 31. (UP)—The uniforms. COLLECTED \BOBCAT HOUNTY ' CR'ANDON, <UP> — Bobcats feeding on the carcass .of Ala. Smith has general manager WEATHER Jackson, Miss., •and Birmingham,'newspaper Tempo reported from a young deer they had Just killed "' ' been appointed Warsaw that high school boys «t were discovered near here by ' " ' ... Hous ( 0n stamps a settler in Forest County. He shot three and presented them at the county clerk's office here to collect the bounty. of the Dixie. the town of Belchatoff ambushed . Greyhound lines and will operate • and killed their high school in- Ihe company In conjunction wlth|structor whom they held rtsponsi- the Smith Motor coach company. |ble for their poor report cards at ARKANSAS-Falr. colder, frost and freezing temperature tonight; Wednesday fair, rising temperature. According to the official weather observer, Charles Phillips jr., ihe minimum temperature here yesterday was 43 degrees and tho maximum 61 degrees; cloudy with .03 inch of rain up to 7 a. m. today. On the same day a year ago the minimum temperature was 40 degrees and the maximum 71 degrees; clear.

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