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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 24, 1932
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Served by the United Press YTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPEH OF HORTHEA 8T ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XX1X-NO. 187 Blythevllie Dally News. Blythevllle Herald. Mississippi Valley Leader. Blythevtllc Courier. BLYTJ1KVILLE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, OCTOIWK 2-1, 1M2 SINGLE COPIES FIVE-CENTS 1 GBIIIT IES IPPtflL LEU Dry Agents Padlock Imprisons Tabby Refuses to .Review Their Conviction in Asheville Bank Conspiracy Case. WASHINGTON, Ocl. 24 vUP)- Colcncl Luke Lea, Tennessee newspaper publisher, Ills sen Luke Lea. Jr., and Wallace B. Davis, pies- Idcnl ol the Central Bank and Trust cunpany of Asheville, N. C., today were denied .a !;in:reni> court review on their conviction in North Carolina on charges cf conspiracy and misapplying the bank's funds. In acting on the case the court waived consideration of a motion recently Tiled by Lea and liis as- sedates asking a delay on grounds of new evidence and allegation:; of misconduct on the part oi one of the trial jurors. The three were convicted before Judge M. V. Barnhill of the supreme court ol Buncombe couuty en the third ol a series of indictments returned against them. One Chance Left RALEIGH, N. C., Oct. 24 (UP) --Decision of the U. S. supreme court today denying a writ oi ccrtiorari in Ihe Lea-Davis batik at Asheville. N. c., leaves but one legal avenue uf appeal to Colonel Luke Lea. former U. S. senator from Tennessee. General Albeit Cox of the defense counsel told the United Press Colonel Lea. his son Luke. Jr., and Wallace B. Davis, jointly jo soS.iB(p no mm popiAuoj conspiring (o defraud, have until November 3 to file a petition with Ihe supremo csurt to review dismissal of nn appeal from denial ol n new trial. If the review were granted tlie .supreme conldt would inquire not into Ihe conviction, but Into Ihe second hearing where thc defense ccmended that it was entitled to a new motion because of new evidence. Nominee Reported Giving Study to Cabinet a n d I'.conomy Problems. ATLANTA. Oa., On. <UI')~ \VI;ui! f' mui'Ehals .clo;;°d :;nd padlocked a Ioniser speakeasy in Ncv.r.ik, N. J.. they unwittingly iinpris.-.iH'il an old lu'.bllue r,f (he place—a bis ' ; at v.-liich lusil hidden out diiriiv. the clcsins ceremony. Tabhy made known Us plight by prcmei.aUing In the window as shown iiere until pas.scrM)y up- ucaled 13 U. S. authorities. Finally, from Trenton. 41) miles uwny, came a federal nnriilial with n key, mid Tabby came uul—for ri:|:cal! Candidates From ; Leachville nnd Manila Contest for Subscriptions. Two candidates from west of B'.-f Lnke have eniered the companion for the Caribbean cruise which is o he awarded for Accused by White Girl , Child Victim Identities i Man Who Abducted Her NEWARK. N. J., Oct. 24 (UP)— Arma Klejnhandlcr. : 8-year-old, to day Identified Samuel Morris. SO, ns the man who hired her from her home and kept her in the woods near Springfield, N. J., night. She wandered up to n farm house early todav after police nnd searched all night for her. Her throat had been cut in thre< places. Her body was bruised and scratched. Her clothing mxs torn. Sitting on the lap of a fatherh policeman the child painted at Mcrris. "That's the bum," she said "That's him." Mcrns is under Arrest. Senator Norris Confined With Cold at Springiielc SPRINGFIELD, III., Oct. 24 <U P)—Republican Senator George W Norris of Nebraska who is cam paigning for Governor Roosevelt entered St. John's hcspital tcdaj for treatment of a cold. Noiri was scheduled lo speak here to night but the engagement wa cancelled. i Inn E, T. Franks, negro farm hand, was held In the county jnil here tcday after an nllegcd attempt to atlack a IC-ycar-old while girl on a Flal Lake farm, four miles northeast of here, this morning. The negro, taken into custody by a relative of the yiil and another white man, was hurriedly lumber of memberships. hi tho | removed from the vicinity when Chickasawba district chapter. Am- farmers nud farm hands armed rican Fed Cross. Miss Martha Matthews cf Milila. nnd Mrs. M. E. Stauclen- naycr of L2acliville are th2 latest entrants. Others competing for the — „ Kize are Mrs. J. P. IjCiitl. ami i insisted that she go with he Missjs sunshine Adams. Mary I When she ran he started after Marked Tree Youth Is in Critical Condition After Quarrel at Dance. MEMPHIS, Oct. 24. (UP)—Ee- causo he declined lo give up his seal beside another young man'! "girl friend." Alfred Viksey. 24, ol near Marked Tree. Ark.. Is In < local hospital In a critical condl- wilh shotguns and various weapons lion today from a bullet wound began to gather. The nc-gro is said to have gone to a house where the girl was keeping several small children. He him. ntiikiln noRSOVfll !:• Hiving Mich KTiascd aili'iilicn >.» liis cabinet ml legislative L'diiiiiiiiic program ii rVL'iit of vlclmy tw:i wirks frum uriliiy Unit many lilrmls with :lm here believe he will a:i .omnor of New York :>con after In- election. Surli talk is dlsinlsnvl hy I In 1 .ovjniur even flu lie lias dismissed Ion en n presldniilal culi- nel as "premature". C.iblnrl talk las included principally discus••urns of Alfred !•'. Hinith nnd .•-.nil' ol Miss 1'rnncis Perkins. New York state Industrial cnni- Nii:slnntT. ' Democratic National ilmrman Jumes A Fwrley unil Mclvin Trayior, Chlcuvc banker, alto nn 1 mentioned. Tlie governor decs mil consider his visit here a part of (ho po- Illleal campaign, nllliough ho is n of honor nl u luncheon planned today by Major John (Jchen. vice-chairman of the Democratic national committee. Tlie sovcrnur plans « ma|or icech here loiiittlit. This Is his "part time" home. He won hi.s light iigahisL Infantile parnlysis at Wartu Springs, near here, and regards icluru visits lo (hat fyiol as n "trip home". TUTi'lvcs Orrat Ovallim ATLANTA, Oct. 2-1 (UP)—Possibly Hip greatest' i>olllical demonstration in the history of Hie old south was held here iotlny in honor of Governor Franklin D Hoosevclt, Democratic presidential Illen Stevens, and Ruth Wliilworlli. Mrs. Howard Proctor has advised the Courier News that her name was included through error in the 1st of" contestants publishejt.Sat- irdajy-and thai, she is not sc;l:in? .he prize. ' i While solicitation of memberships started today there is Mill opportunity for olhcrs lo outer the com- her. wlilpplng onl a knife, the girl said. She evaded (he negro and ran to a nearby house io tell her story according to reports. The negro returned to a nearby field and was pir.king-cctior. Tu.en taken inlo eustody.5 !lc ivas turned over to Raymond Berne:-, Chick- nsawba deputy constable, who rnsh- td Ihe. negro to the jail lierc. his auUomen. His folhcr, K. R. Vlkroy. S3. also is ill the hospital here with a bullet ffosind thrauifh his left foot The same bullet that passed thru young Vlfcrcy slruck the father. Clint King. 24, who llrcd. the bullet, Is sought by deputies. Tlie stiooilng occurred about 10:30 p.m. Saturday during a dance at the farm of Marshall Gravcttc ibout oi^it miles from Market'.) Tree. •< •' ' ' •- . .'! At Ihe hospital this morning young Vikrey was In 'n semt-dellri- ous coalition. The father Is not . Scores of thousands of clltans Jammed the sheets to witness i\i hour-long parade and on Us conclusion the nominee. Ix-'amiiiK his happiness, told officials In his car "I estimate we saw 2. r >0,00t) persons today." While the figure seemed high, certainly was the greatest outpouring In the history of Atlanta Sidewalks for blocks on blocks were lined 20 deep nud In places more petition. Trie Red Cross, member- j Eomar said the girl :iiicntificd the- i seriously injured, lie told of Ins ship roll call will continue for n negro, and also partially identified argument and shooting Saturday month, and candidates entering ' a knife found In the negro's pock- night was.too nervous to give a coherent this week will have plenty of chances to win the prize. The Caribbean cruise, mad3 possible through the generosity of local business men interested in tr.o success of the Red Cross rcll call. will be awarded the woman resident of Ih 5 Chickasawba dislrict who obtains Ihe most Rec! Cross memberships before Tiiauksgiving Day. All expenses will be paid. The Uni'.ed Fruit company liner on v.-hieh the cruise will b; mad; will leave New Orleans January 14. and will visit Havana, the Panama Canal, and various Central Amer- , lean ports, returning to N'ew Or- 1 leans in twelve days. Anyone desiring to compote for the price Is invited to get in touch! GADSDEN. Ala., Oct 24 <UI>>— with J. A. Waterman, chairman of iTiie bodle.-i cf T. A. Knssrli, no the ReS Cross roll call commute;. ! furniture salesman, and Miss Bc-i'-- '• - 1 nice Grcover, 2D daii^hier of i ; lc!ired nnm^er/wei/foU Aged Furniture Salesman I flash of and Poughter of Minis-' Casden, Ala. "Drinking is Ihe cause of It all," he said. He did not say, however, who wns drinking. .; ''My son was cutting the foDl and did not mean anything by It. He wns sitting by Miss Gladys Funk, the girl fri;ni of younp King"King came along and asked lo sit down by liis girl. Alfred stnrlcJ lo move over and make room fcr him and then changed his mind : and moved back beside her agnln. Tiie next thing I knew was the pistol shot. Alfred I felt thc foot." fell $100,000; for Kentucky Trouble ....:,« „,„„„„. were lomui m ^EVILI.E. Ky . Oct. 2-1. (UP) !YC8 Growers .to Receive ja field near here today. Coroner'. ~ rl> t , d . a1 ™?? c , sl i!L of , U ™ tea °!;" Two Million Dollar Loan \ s \ah \* Built r fi(h snid Russell shotgun and NEW YORK. Oct. 24. (UP)— Cotton closed steady. Open High Low Close Jan.' 620 G25 615 610 Mar. 630 634 624 624 May 638 643 633 633 July 649 G49 G41 G41 Oct 612 612 607 GOT Dec 616 619 610 G10 Spots, 620. off 5. quiet. ' girl tattered to death LAKE CHARLES. La., Oct. 24 : a blunt instrument. was I he: ers and three students of, Coinmon- wcath college, Mcna. Ark., agains*. vith : l '' vo cily oilic i als Bnd n Physiciar of Pineville win bo heard In coun- (UP)—Homer Brinkley. manager oi , A blccdy trail on Ihe hiirhway . ly co>lrt Wednesday. farmer out in tlie T ' 1C ' eacncrs an; ' students wer: open ' icdies ' " D S?ed and deported from Del New Orleans Ihe American Rice Growers Co- : led operative association, today an-! field where the mutilated bu. nounccd rcceipl of n two million | lay. Russell, father of three chil- ; colln!i ' lasl A l >ril '*' hen lnc y & dollar loan from the Federal inter-i <!rcn. called for Mfss Groover ear-' 10 Iuvcsll satc labor troubles. T,-?j mediate Credit ban!:. New Orleans, ly last nijlit, her father «ald i latcci nlccl damn B c sllil - ; totaling to aid asroolat,- -.-•..-mbcrs in Louis-; They drov c off in a sma" " •'•* iana. Arkansas and Texns. i stcr which hnd not been found The r.ssccialioH will lonn funds ! today. 1C. D. Stacy, on this season's warehouse re-! The corcner expressed lh- be-i Tilc P lalntilTs n rc I.uclcn Koch ceip's to enable members lo hold i "ef the couple were sialu bv "h'sh- i ^'rector of Commonwealth college nali r road ! $102,500 against Mayor J. M. monks ecu found I Fo " co Chlcf Fcarl Ostorrlc ' a " d Dr NEW ORLEANS, Ocl. 24. (UP)— Cotton closed steady. Open High Low Jan. Mar. May July Oct. Dec. 618 626 C36 C45 ti!2 C16 622 631 639 639 012 G18 613 G22 632 032 GOT 009 Close C13 623 632 632 607 CIO Spots 615, oft* 5, .steady. Closing Stock Price* A. T. and T 102 3-S Anaconda Copper D 1-3 Auburn <2 Caterpillar Tractor 8 Chrysler 13 1-2 Cities Service 4 Coca Cola Continental Baking 43-4 General Electric 14 7-8 General Motors 12 3-8 Mtddiewest Utilities 1-2 Montgomery Ward .... 11 1-4 New York Central 22 3-4 Packard 27-8 Radio 7 Simmons 8 Standard ot N. J. ... 20 3-8 Texas Corp. v - S. Steel 35 3-8 !hcir crop for higher prices. Huffman Youth Succumbs To Tubercular Meningitis Owen McKay. 13-year old S3n of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McKay of Huffman, died Sunday afternoon a; 5 o'clock at SI. Joseph's hospital in Afcmphis. Hk deal* was attributed to tubercular meningitis. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete according to the Cobb Undertaking company, but services will probably L-e h?id at Ihe Chur-b of the Immaculate Ccnceptlon tomorrow morning. wayii:cii or else killed spot and the bodies carricri tr. n, I Orcenberg, Lee Grnliow. and Sum field in an automobile Sandburg, students. They are te Quotes Bible m Asking Death Penalty of Pastor! MUSKOGEB. Okla., Oct. 24 «JP> —Aii indirect pica for thc death penalty tcday marked the closing arguments of Phillip Olclham, county attorney. In thc Irlal of Rev. Stephen Berric, charged with the- murder of his wife. The youthful prosecutor ended a dramatic appeal to tlie jury with (he niblicnl quotation "The wanes of sin is death". Ing aided by the liberties Union. American Clvl Vhcliigan Communist Lea 'der and ;Thrce Compan ions Bound to U. S. ' DETROIT, Oct. 24. (UP»—Wll iam Reynolds, 38, communist, can dldatc for governor, and Hire companions iverc federal aulhorltia turned over I leday for ques Honing alter their arrest Saturds light on charges of heckling Pres dent Hoover when he arrive:) Union station. Reynolds, with Waller Eiclic Williams Coelv. and Hnrry Oliver sleln, were seized In Ihe dcmoi strallon which featured the arrlvn of the president's special train. A chorus of baas greeted the par ly as it bit the station and talors waved placards bearing slo gans such ns "Down With Hoove Slayer of Vets." Police arrested the four airJ he them in jail over the week-end. O flclnls .said that Ileyno'.ds was c of the leaders in Ihe- riot nt I Ford Dearborn plant last March which four men wero killed. Roosevelt at Lincoln's Tomb Search (or Bodies of Olh- oi-s Who Pknu-ed Into River sin Bus. NATCH EVl. Mlsr,., Oct. 2-1 U1P) — nellies nf II of 10 pcrsoiiG. vlc- lims of a bu^ r.ccidcnt, were recovered from the Mississippi rlyer today. The nervous, one while man 'mid the others negro clwrch-gotrs, v,'i:r« plunged to denlh when Ihe Wulerprool high .school Ims in which they were riding ycster-. day..inn over an embankment at VUtolln Ferry landing here. j The while man was a hitchhiker, n friend of the while driver of the machine, who esca|>cd: The negroes were l:c-imj lakc-n .lo fhqlr home in Wnlerprcol, Ln.. : froin Mcaiivllle, Miss,, where Ihcy' liftd l:i?en -attending a Dapllst church singlnit service. •. • / . Alum Kllzuy. 33, Clayton,--• La:, driver of Ihe bus, wild he had . parked Ihc machine at thc bottom of an L'liibanktnenl that obstfurl- cd the view (if Ihc ferry landing when someone called' lo him lo "i;o ahead, the ferry Is waiting." On driving to the . top of the cinininkmcut Ellc.ey said he nollccd Hie fcny wns pulling from shore, bill llml he wnu unable lo stop Ihe bua and it plunged down the embankment nnd crashed through, the barrier Roto, and inlo the river. arly lines were, forgotten when uovernor Franklin D. Itoscvell sited Lincoln's tomb In Springfield. III., dining tlie Democratic omlneu's campaign lour lo the midwest. Rco.scvell was conducted Ihc tomb by Governor Louis L. Emuicison of Illinois, n nepub- can. Left to right, In Ihc group are Governor Etnnierson igrny ijiconU, Governor Roosevelt. Jnnii's Roosevelt nnd Judge Henry . Homer. IJemocrallc candidate; lor Uio IllinnLi (jovernoriihip. Hncsc- elt ended his weslwavd swing lit St. Louis ufloi- his Springfield n|it!ccli. Receivers Named For Improvement Districts Two Get Quick Divorces, Then Arc Married Here Aloni; with Hie dlsiippolnlmcnt clt by Ihosc who come here to (•ck no-duy dlvorci'S there Is aoiuc- hucs n bit of romance. Such Is he case of Lawrence \V. Slout. 'ormerly of EmpDi'la, Pa., and Mrs. Hazel N. Cliuk, formerly ot .ndlanapolls, 1ml. llolh beciune Blylhcvllle resident* to oblaln di- •orcos. Yeslenliiy (hoy were united n tnari'hige and will live here. Years ngo tolli Mr. Slout nnd Thco. T. Clark, ex-husband of .he new bride, were employed by he same company in New.Jersey and Ihe families bccmne sllghliy acquainted. After coming lo :ome lime ngo Mrs. Clark met Mr. Sloul who wis seeking a divorce from Elhel Vt. Stout. Both obtained decrees September 27. The ricv. P. Q. liorle, pastor of Ihc Firsl Methodist chnhch, performed thc marriage ceremony. 'BEIffMlim 40 Township ,Norni[iees Must Pay ^ce'm"^ Hours If Names Printed Forty Democratic nominees tei township olllces in Mlulsslppl county may find their names missing from tiie ballot for. Ihe gen- LTnl clcctlnn on November fith; It Ihcy do not pay filing [«•:; lo thc county treasurer before llic election bonrd meets tomorrow. A checkup nl 10 o'clock this morning by Marcus Evrnrd, clerl of Ihc election hoard, revealed thai OHCEOI.A, Ark., Oct. 24—Judge John E. Martlneiu; In federal court >il LIUlc Rock 1'rlday nnaied E. N. Ahlfeldl of Sluttgnrl and John Nordmnn ol St. Louis receivers fcr Oriibsy Liikc nnd ' Tyronza Oriilnngu District No. 8 and Drainage District No. 11 of this county. J. T. Coaton of Osccolo. wns named nltorncy for the receivership. . The rtct»vershlp was granted on pctltlca of bondholders of the JlstricU flled after District » defaulted In Interest pejnienfc last [ylny, pnrt. pislrjct llvdejaulted.iii pnYmonr''^^ tiiterefit ;aiiu' p.rlriciplb-' a;;[. November. • t ' Thc cnse hag been pending ~~(n tcdernl court;'for some, time and .ipr.ohilmeut'iof Ihc rccelvef twice deferred to-Rive the district oppoi-;- .itnlly lo Ihe necessary funds.- R. F. C. Reports Loans Over Billion Dollar Mark . ., ... 2(1 nominee.-! for maKlslrnle olflc ' alul 12 110 " llnc(;s for conslnbloi Q( var|ol]s i 0 , vns i,| |a hlu | 1Iot , , w |,; Ilielr filing fees, Payment of [he fee, which Is one dollar lor township office candidates will be necessary before names of thc various candidates can be placed c:: tlie ballot. Thc election boaru will mccl here tomorrow morniiiR at Ihc court house lo complete plans for holding (he general election. Jud- t £C3 and clerks for Ihelr voting pre- j duels arc lo be nnmed tomorrow. Negro Boarding House Report Points lo Fewer] At Osceola Destroyed Bank Failures and Increased Gold Stocks. WASHINGTON, Oct. 24. (UP)— Fewer bank failures and an In- j burned to the crease In gold slocks and a marked | )crc Sril , ]rlln y OSCEOLA, Ark., Oct. 2i—Tf,( St. Clair hotel, a two-story frame huildlni; which hns housed a ne- gro rxmrdmg house for years and was recognized ns n laud mark ground at noon WASHINGTON, Del. 21 (UP)— Flm Reconstruction finance Cor- fiotallon lutlny announced Ibat -up co Hie close of business en Scplem-- ocr 30 It had extruded loans-of 51.010,328,228.09 to banks and trust :ompanlcs, Ininrance companies, ind building nnd loan associations. : .1 : Thc corporation said 4,973 banks md trusV'companles Iud received oans of $H53,4D6,2B9.6tl, Insurnnct :ompaulcs received ?75,193,200, and l?,6 building and loan associations .verc lonncd 587,638,733.43. Thc corporallon cslliinMcd the lanks nrsisled had npproximatcly 4,340.000 depositors of which 900,:00 «cre depositors in 443 closed banks. Mtssissip'pian Occupies • Luxora Baptist Pulpit LUXORA, Ark.—Sunday morning and evening Dr. A. R. Klmbrough of Charleston, MUs., occupied tr.a flow of motley out of hoarding brightened the financial outlook today. Origin of the fire Is undetermined. The whole interior of tht building, which wns located acrox THE BEST REASON IN THE WORLD - - !v rcntlin?: Courier New" rtofslficrt ads is because they brius results! Here's an ad— FOUND — Purse containing money, articles. Owner ran same b'.' Identifying and wyln; f^r nd. that nppenred In the "Found" cohmi:i of the COUFUER NEWS CLASSIFIED SECTION and the owner found her purse. S7.50 in money and valuable papers thai night I wo hours after the ad appeared. Let a classified ad work for you. CAU. 3«- Caruthersville to Hear Democratic Candidates CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo. — A. Parker Ktrssy, of Carulhcrsvil!e. chairman of In; Democrallc County Central Commute: Is In rcceipl o[ a telegram frcm Drmccratic liMdquarlcrs. advising lhat O:l. Bennett Champ Clark. can:li:atc for United States Senator and . Judge Ouy B. Park, candidate for governor of Missouri, will be In Ci! rulhersville next Friday mcrning. October 28lh, at ten o'clock, to address Ihe voters ot Ihls county. incut showed C5 banks olored l'r?ir doors In September, the smallest . number since last March when 47 Illinois Mother, SavmeS closed. It estimate;! that since July i . r ,, r ? 20 a totnl of $250.000,000 hp.d M- Lnst in InSUll LraSh, turned from hoarding and thai Trifn Tripe; Siiirirlf slncc Jll " e 13 nxmelnry gnH stocta ItlCn UlCS JU1C1CIC. [ O f the Unliccl States have Incrcas- MATTOON. "l7~0ct. 24 (UP.-j ^"I 5 ' 000 ' 000 ( ° a 1 ° IM of ^^ A mother who drugged nnd drowned her three small children when The federal reserve board stnte- the Frisco rnllrcnd tracks fron tlic dci»t, was ablaze when the lire was discovered. Title to Ihe properly for year: hnd been in negro heirs of the Joslc St, Clair Grnyned estate. financial losses drove her to dos- ceratlon was guarded a^ninst suicide In n hospital today where she Is recovering from iv futile attempt to end her own life also. Thr womnn Is Mrs. Inc/. Car- rrll, 29, attractive widow. She refused all food nnd medical attention nnd begged hospital atlond- onfs lo allow her to die. Mrs. Carroll salt! she had lost her snvlncs on:i Insurance money from her husband's denth in the crnsh of the Insull utilities. Then she lost her position ns sccre- Deposits ol thc bank? which closed were but S1C.008.000 asains! deposits of SI3.G23.000 in banks which rcop3iied In September. Two Women Injured As n "i D L f 1 Joel^ ry to n Chtcagro broker. : in a raid on Dynamite norno ^txpioaes ,. : W! , s nfraid lho (, hi1dren W0 uidistreet pince. Rock Chisholm Fined $50 on Liquor Charge Rock Clirlshclm was fined $50 by Judge C. A. CimnhiRhnm In municipal ccurt Saturday en a charge of Illegal possession liquor. Police reported finding almost Twins May Sec Siamese Twins' As Free Guests pulpit at th< The church Baptist church here, has been without a paslor for several moults and Dr. Klmbrough came to thc church in response to an invitation from the pulpit committee with B view to accepting the pastorate of th2 church. Last Rites Held Sunday For Sandy Ridge Infant Funeral services were held Sunday for Carrie Isabella Marshall, flve-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Marshall, who dlsd Saturday night at the family home In thc Sandy RWge community, south of this city. Interment was made at Sanay Ridge cemetery. Tr.e Cobb Und:r- kuoivn twin Citing company was in charge of T!io world's best „..- will come to town Thursday an;! fl: "= ri>1 arrangements. Friday, eager lo meet all the twins of Blythevllle and surrounding ssc- llon. at tiie Ritz Theatre matinee Thui-sday, Furllicrmore, you twins living In Ihls peri, of the county ol will be guests of Mr. sind Mrs. O. W. McCutchen nnd the Courier a cnse of pint bottles of liquor Chtshohn's Lake McALISTER, Okla., Oct. 24 (U P)—Two women were Injured when a dynamite bomb exploded on thc porch of the home of a union miner ot Dow, ten starve." she said. The children were fed a powerful narcotic poison in candy. When they failed to die they were drowned, one by one, in the balh miles I tub. The mother also look poison fro:n here, stale officers were ad-1 and ool.Iapsed ns she staggered I vised today. toward Ihe Inb lo em) her life. Bill Ollle, alias Ollle Williams, ncgress, wns fined $50 on n charge of illegal possession of iquor. Jab Holtmon. ne^ro. was fined five dollars for fnllurc to pay city auto license. A. A. Spurtock forfeilcd two dollars on a Uadlc violation charge. News. Drop In the Ccufior News office, you and your twin, nny time before Thursday maliuce and tickets will be Issued free, no matter whether you're boy and girl, both girls or both boys, old or young. The deceased Is survived by h;r parents, two sisters and four brothers. WEATHER ARKANSAS—Cloudy with local reins ?nd colder In northwest pcr- ticn Icnlsht. Tuesday partly cloudy, local rains In cast portion. According to the official weather obosrver, Charles Pr.Illlps Jr.. the minimum temperature here yester- Simplick) and Luclo, the SiameseIdiy was 49 degrees and the max- Iwlns, and their charming wives j Imum 81 degrees,, clear. Today t will be glad to greet other twins year ago the minimum tcmpera- in the lobby of the theatre before the show. lure was 61 degrees anij the mtil- nvum 80 degrees, dcf*iy,

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