The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1933 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 22, 1933
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Served by the United Prexn EYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TUP rvYMTWAwr wrwcninr«n /•>,•» wr\nTHEAHT Anmt.n.n ...,~ «^.._.._ ^^ •- , v v ^Krfr THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION VOL. XXX—NO. Bly'hevUle Daily, Newt. Blythertll* Oourtac. HlsiUnlppl Valley Lrtdcr. BlyUwrtUe Herald. BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1SW3 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTO Mussolini Thrashes Oul Wheat Problem Forecast Is For Fewer, j Slronper Bunks K Plan F.ffoclivo Ian. 1. WASIirNCi'l'ON, Aim. 22 il/I'l — Concentration ot the nation's banking lesourccs Inlo fewer mill Itrecr units was seen today its the- administration worked on plans to |nu bank deixisil instii'fliu-j; into effect on Jnmttiry 1. Prfsldr-iu. Roosevelt's udvlsors realize thai a sound banking structure must be presem'd If the- country's recovery program is lo i;e successful, and have soiiEhl 10 ttamp out the paralyzing stream ol banking failures. Treasury and tanking statistics ;>'ov;cd today 'n steady shift in l:ank deposits since the war to larger and fewer institutions, with n drastic reduction In the number of Institutions doing business. The United States lias lost more Hiaii half of Us banking. institutions since Hie all lime peak of '•'*»<•> in 1921. mil iicluallv lias in- r-ea£od its bank deposits • from ' ••" CC-t.881 nr.n in in:>] 10 apnrox- '• "fly J'H .380.1)47.000 at the present. Ask Hoover (n Testify DETROIT. All?. 22 (UP1—Porill- "i- President Herbert .Hoover will lie requested lo accent, a subpoena lo testify before the (.'rand jury i>".'cjli°aliii" banking failures here, '"ircnil .Miil<'i- Harrv Keidan- and i-'r^erjnrcr fTarrv Toy decided to make the request at a confcrcnee Ian night. The grand Jury has no power to enforce !Ls subnoena. state offi- '•Ints admitted, but were "hopeful Mr. Hoover will cooncrate and vol- uinarilv accent the subpoena." Once before the former president w-ir- reouested to apj>ear. but of- rials received no reply to their letter inviting him to appear und iprlifv. Decision to subnoena the former repeated testimony of Senator incident came as a result of the James Corners, now concluding a . three day appearance before the irrnnd' jury, 'that banks throughout the country'.were permitted to OD- era'tf In "technical violation of" the law because of the attitude of the Hoover administration. 1'oc-vr IE Silrnl . PALO Al.TO.. Cal.. Am?.-22 IUP) - -Former President Herbert- Hcoy- (•r, home from a fishing trip, de- rlliiKl lo stiv nnylhins! today, re- Rnrdinj plans of a Detroit grand jury !o request him to testify in its bank failure investigation. Continues September Chancery Court Session R L. (iaines. chancery canr olf-rk. has hrwn advised by Chan- rrllor •!. r 1 . Gautney of .lonesbon !l<at the regular Eentemb.-r lenr of chancery court, slated lo opei here on the first Monday in Sep trinkcr has been postponed untl ihi- fourth Monday. A number of divorce cases an ! Muling action at- tin; Sep:embc: chancery court. That Premier Mussolini gels down to earth when he studies ngri- ultural conditions, you can surmise from this unusual photo show ng 11 Duce climbing down from u liarvesling machine during an inflection of the wheat Fields of Uttoria. Italy. Boots and beret wr-re . distinguishing features of his new "field" uniform. loca ' Cola Compa/.# of Blytheville Defendant In Accident Cases. The rioca Cola Bottling com•any of Blytheville and W. H. Iciidrix, Osceola truck driver em- Joyed by the concern, have been named defendants in three dani- ve suits filed in circnit court :ere in which a total of $90.000 Is ;-oiighL. Kills Two And Fatally Wounds Self .-GAINESVILLE, Go.. AU».-22-(U ?)—Mrs. E. C. I'almour. member oi a widely known family, sliiii and killed her husband nnd mother today, Lti:d lu end tier own [hen life. attempted Physician's Miy she will not recover. Palmour, former president of :< 1^'ge Gainesville department store, was shol to deatli as he la,y slecp- mj in his apartment. Mrs. Pal- then Urotlc into the next room ttfiere her mother. Mrs. 0 Scliool s and Junior Hitjh lo Re Free: Jiiyli School On I uilioii. -, 'flin lilylbevlllc public schools will open Monday, ScpU'inbf r . 4 with free /school Ummnhmit .this fiist sis made); for nil the yeur and v;llli Ihe seventh mid eighth t;rudpE lu'i!lmitnn I lie U-im without tuition. Whotlicr or not the Junior | liluh school will invrale tin- full I nine months without lulllon _'s,ilo|irmls iiiiiiii the nmuunt of rcvemii'S received. In tlK senior high school liilllcn .will be $9 for the first, six weeks. This amount may be cic-aseil by ihe •second six weeks li enough students live eniolled. t'atliiillc School Sept. 5 . _. The school of the Immaculate Conception will o|ien Tuesday Siplcmlier fi. This .school, whlel hus for-Us sii]>erlnlen[1enl, Father •I, J. Thompson, hus three other teachers. There are eight grade: with a tuition charge of $1,5< monthly.' The -Pilgrim Lutheran cluirc'K oixratcd here last year for the Ilrst time ky the Rev. H. J. Klein- cllensl, pastor ot the local church will be In session this year bn nnt announcement has been made nt the opening date. Mr. Klein dlensl will make (his announcement when he returns from 111: vacation. This school, which L free, had the first eight grades Ins year. New Sc-nlor High Tfacher There Is lo be one new tcache In the senior high school, Mis Marlha .lean Winburn, of Arka delphla. Ark., who has been teach Iny at Hope for several years. Sh U n graduate nf Ounclilln college Her work will be the teaching o Latin and Science. Miss Adah H Dcnoho formerly taught I>atln In the Junior' high school ther arc to be two new teachers, A. Ptickctt, graduate of Arkansi A. .and M, college -at Jonesbon who has been teaching at Cash Aik.. will teach Mathematics an assist In directing athletics of til lilgli school.. .The other lie' teacher will'be. Hunter M. Stead man of Seliner, Tenn.. a gradual of the University of Tennessee wh has taught at Re.lmcr and Cooler. Mo. lie Is to be assistant prlnrt-' pal. a new position created bv the resignation of Mrs. n. I. Haley, former nrlnclpal. Miss Rosa M. Hardy, foraier principal of Hie She Flew Rack Home to Mother ul Johnson F.xpccts to huluslries In Line Within Few Days. WASHINGTON. Alls. M (lll'l — •uttmA ill's liltt-krd tlu- wny In- iy :nr Imtnrdliilr appiovnl nf iiu- ismiiu,- ami bituminous eonl In- li'Mriiil rude:;. \\ltli llmivery Ad- niiiiMraidi- lluuli H. Joluu-oii. hi- ilmx u Khu\vdown In thr rial '!•'( ITIIU-III wiiiilil tx 1 doliiynl until "Nu cutli- today, 1 ' tulil .liihn- '<!!! IIS in- VIIIM I'll his ullll'l- („!• inrtlici auifi'iviiLVs. Meantime jNHA llrliilligr, llci[illl >n u rt'lall .sloiv roai. ili'sliiiii'd lo iJau- 1.500.CKK) Mori's iiiuler n [nil 1 •Ihe so-called llairlnjlon [irrup cunli'iTcd whh Hie faction liivui-Uijj ttir ante prujjtfmls of .lohn L. l.i'\Us. pio.slilmt nf the Jiilied Mine Workers. Tb.e Ihir- riiiRton fnellui] Is mi|)j»rllin: n teneriil code (or Ihe Industry sucli the Hit A is determined to force through. The conferences centered libout. Hie iKiwis pro| of a six hour day lor miners, With Indications Hint n compromise might be reached calling for a seven hour day. Cotton Spinning Shows Increase Over Last Year WASHINGTON. Alii;. 12 IVIP) — The i-ciisns bureau re|iorl«i (otlay that :il).B9J,070 cotton ^ilnnlnt; xpiudles s\erc. In place In the Unll- ud States on July 31. of which 2G.O.'JD,lfiH were operating. ! In July. 1932 u tola! of l!).7Sit.- 5!>'J spindles were In nlare. In Ji'ue of this year ao.OlS, 1 )^ spin- c.'es were In place mid 25,540,5(M ti'.tlvc. LEU Iffl-H Carol'.- l.omliaid, sc l.s .shown ulxive ns nho arrived It Los Annclcs by ulrplanc- lour hours alter winning her divorce decree (rein Wllllnin Powell In Carson City, Nuv. With her lire. In- mollier. Mrs, E. K. Peters, and Hoscoc Turner, famous speed pilot who brought Carole home—single. HOCK FORD, 111. (UP)—Til" 23rd Miininl Trask bridge picnic, known a.i (he world's largest, farm oul- inj. will be held August 30, at Andrews Grove, northwest of here, .flowing • mulches; hog nnd.'hus- **i'nd' culling conlesLv .and 1 ' horseshoe pitching are to be featured.' The picnic started nearly twenty-five years ago. The actions grew out of an ao-| ;.- 0 |,],i<. \viiw.>. 84. slept and shot ' Utah Citizens Cost State Average of $70.89 Each SALT LAKE CITY. Utah lUP)-- ncvernmorual costs in the Slat? of Utah total S'i089 pL'r person, on the bails of the figures al t.'C close of the fiscal year ending Jtn? 30. I5S1. State Auditor .J. C. Anderson revealed. A combined gross debt had also Ix-en incurred at the lime of th? report, totaling $4C.H9.913, or a |K>r capita average of $89.79. a decrease of nearly S20 untifr 1022. which occurred on Highway Tl at Joiner on April 28 in which Mrs. Helena A. Dowd and Miss Kislli Albrecht allegedly received serious injuries. Mrs. Uowd In one. action aski $5fl.O(Hl for Injuries to her spine and back which fhe'declares le- sidted in tier [o\ver body b?ing paralyzed. Her husband. William P. Dowd, asks $1.0.,00fl for Injuries o his wife. (\ Miss Albrecht steles $55.000 for niuries which she declares con-1 tinuc to confine her to bfd and hrr father, O. F. Albrecht seeks SJ.ODO for Injuries to his daugh- ler. All the complaints allege lliatj flcndrlx, driver of a bottling com-1 tany truck, suddenly turned his I truck, which -had been parked.! across the highway a.s the carl : pproached, causing Ihf accident, i Mr twice. The -.econd shot red -her throat and rakrd 1)12 base-of the brain. Mrs.' Pahmmr linned the revolver on htfitt'lf and fiiv-tl :i shtit lnrnui;li lu-r •(•:mi:lc. senior high school, will also - .urinclpal of the Junior hi»h school ; with 'AVO asistants, x Mr. Steadman. foi (be junior school, and William D. McClurkin. for the senior group. In announcing the opening of school Crawford Orcer.i, superintendent of the public schools, stated- thai children six years of age rr who will he 'six years of age bv October 15. may enter the first grade. -All children inu'.t have been vaccinated before enrolling. The personnel in the grammar grades will be unchanged. Weds Richest Bachelor York Cotton Outbreak of Sleeping Sickness Worst in Country's History Doctor Says. The actions were fifed ihrougn i st - t.uther Graves. Memphis, Teniv, j;torney. ST. r.OUIS, Aug. 22 (UP)— The ei threat of slreaint- sickness in Louis was described here to- as tlle ™" st epidemic of the ', disease this country has ever i known by Dr. J. P. Leak of the i U. S. public health service. Yellow Dog Crashes Gate j c^^^^d'"* bLghT Of Grant National Park 1''™ "> connncmciii. to nn since . i «he total dead to 15 nnd the cases GENERAL GRANT NATIONAL' mrilaclv "' ns first nbwlTcrt here in PARK. .Cal. (UP)-A little yellow, Jl !\ v ' ., ., , ,„., , _-.... ...i.--,.— !.„ v._ ..... . ' while there U llltle fear the YORK. Aug. 22 (UP) — Cotlon closed steady. Ojicn higli mi del Dec Jan March .iulv P60 9V7 993 1000 low close 055 !>31)'i)fl52 375 952=' 971 934 959 979 970 070 100G 1904 1018 1028 -Spots quid al 950. up 15. 995 1015 1028 New Orleans Cotton NEW OKLEANS. Aug. 22 |UP) — Cotton closed .steady. open high low 925 948 925 MO 970 948 95Gb 9i9 072 995 090 1015 1005b - Oct |3 C ( Mnrch .May My 079 072 090 close 946 959 976b 994 1014 1029b Spots steady .tt 947. up 13. Chicago Wheat Sept Dec Sepl Drc open igi 87 M 1-2 M 1-2 93 1-8 low 86 7-8 90 1-4 close S3 3-8 91 3-4 dup, wherever he may be. today ad the distinction of being the Sixth Anniversary Busv Day For Health Unit Saturday marked the slxtli an- niverfai-y of the opening of the Mississippi County Health unit. It was- celebrated by one of the. big gcr.', day's work In ihc history of the.; unit. Dr. A. M. WnEhburn director, having Immunized 601 persons for typhoid, diphtheria and smallpox. This day's activities resulted in an economic saving of more than SOW to those people. Hits Is not the largest number o! people handled In one day but is the largest number ever given and the cases I attention by one member of the unit. With the reduction In the personnel, and the nurse on vacation Dr. Washbnrii did the work Die When Truck Hits Train i / -- , > LUMBEafON, - N. .C., Aug.; n (UP)—Seven persons were killed and five others were Injured, four Oklahoma Senjator Demands Investigation Short Selling. WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 <UP>— tc-iiously, here today when n truck load of- tobacco from Deep Run crashed Into the side of Seaboard Airline passenger trnln No. M at Trompt Justice deparFmcnt (tctlo (he Fnlrmont road crossing. llo protect the .cotton marke All of the dead and Injured were i ('inilnst nation-wide short scllir riding the heavily laden tobacco propaganda was sought todtly by transport. The train was not de-, Beliatpr Tnonms, Dcmocrnt, Okla- 1 railed. Bodies of three of the I r,ma. who protested directly, to, truck's occupants were strewn 'Attorney General Ctuninln;;5. ! n|ong the railroad tracks for'300: Tliomns. complained Hint- "c-r- : yards. Two of. the Injured died by-tain Influences and Institutions thetlmcUicy reached the hospital',.„,. ,. xl;rt |, lg 1 i H . nl selves against Haywood Smith, driver cf. the ,, 10 ^ministration's efforts to truck which had started o Fair- .ilmulale commodity markets. 11= mcnt with tobacco was the least, plotcstal against telegraphic ad- .1.1 ._,.. .'."' .,.-. . '...., t .yi!*.°: v; i-e broadcast by the •'Inlernv iclicittions Are Will Take). Two Days (or Legislature li) Agree. 1,1'ITIE ROCK, AIIB. 22 (UP)- Vllh house niiNiibcrt. lmputlciit"tn iljninii. ihere. appctired'to be ll't- 'c. IIOIH' that a bill legalizing the iln of hccr'inid \vlnc lu Arkansas nil lie passed Ijcfort; Thursday on (.niiint uf (inferences bstween otli hmijes. While a conference coimnlt^e ad compromised oh the differ- ncc.s existing l>ctweeii the - two Ills par.-icil by Ihe chambers, three ay.'i are required to puss n : bill, h<< liouiie and senate liavc each .1cv;:«i theh imn measures.- The unlL'i-rncu I'dminUtee -Jiu.adapted. niei:diiK'i]l-S which are ex-, •culwl lo be presented to-'the. I'llsliUuie (hu afternoon. ,',•,'••-. PlK'aker. H, K. Toney of the ' louse, told llio president'Qf/Uw ;-! eniiU 1 , Lee Ciizori.'.that the i lidiijie. \'-' ft ready to ndlourn, having : com-,' )li:k'd all Ihe business contained', n the gnvernor'B call f,or a speii- nl session. :- .•:'';;'-*',',•' "I cannot hold them tojethiri'l, tiny longer-tlmn ^c»d,ay. .Beer leg- wlntlon'hiusl 'be ' viulieU through ho senate and house today." Tonoy ctild. : .". ' •• ' ^ • This Is tho ili»t day that lefb- •itors arc wOrkhiK without pay si luiiila for Ihe special session have - I^L'II expended. . . : : . V . . AmendmcnLs agreed on by ihf. • committee are: to allow local options for counties, but the dry counties are not-to receive any : : : L'o*r revenue lor school purposes;' Ic'atjopt the distribution of Vhe ki'er revenue us contained In-the (! measure; to eliminate the local option by school districts; Vto eliminate both county and city IF.XCS on retailers wltllin corpo- inte limits; defines retallera as llicsc selllnu 16 gallons or inore; ntakes u las on wholesalers. »60 her county with $250 the maxl- mum. •.•'. ; .- "•'. .-; The local option amendment meets witn the approval of lho« opposing local option In' the senate ds It, proylden that dry -coun-", * tle s cnnhot rertlve tax from'sale •'• of the beer. Mniiy contend that ' there will be no dry counties In the utatc with', thli provljiori, : ' •" While the '. legi*l«toii" workid without pay today It was b*li«ved" that'an appropriation bill tp' Pfy,,' he expense ot the extra 'ae»lon'i. hrongh Thursday will be. Intro- uccd this afterncxjh. Three-' ourths of the legislators had prey-,, usly pledged themselves U> limit ue expensea ! of the : se^lon to $10,- ' M. -" ,-"••-. Uureau" o-. the train was obstructed by houses i;,;,^,"^;.'" 31 by and lie did not ice il until too late j N L... v ' ,V to prevent the collision. , The senator said Ihe bureau bombarded brokers with pleas to jcivlsc their customers to sell short i i:d stay short on. December col- Ion. Telegrams submitted lo th?in „„ ' ~ by the bureau predicted August WILSON, Ark.-The Rev. E. H. ,, lhnl cotton wns hendcd for6 %. Matiwarr ng has resIgncd1 liln pas-1 po , ,- oimd Cop | es 0( tll tel lorato of the Baptist church nnd. Enim , p wcre , l|rn ^ 0 b , r , R«v. Manwarring Gives Farewell Sermon at Wilson ' 0 , °' 10 tllC only canine to "crash the gates" j tlm>s ° r a m11 ass " m(! ' he Pfopor- of Oenernl Grant Park. Against stringent federal he puppy .wandered into headquarters, was given ; and a pat on the head by rangers, and then escorted to the park boundaries, wrere he was given and -sent on his way. He was the I another pat. but not 6n the head, only dog to enter the park in recent years. the situation be regarded as serious as science knows little about the dls- rules..,.,,. „ Dr Leak sald . park meal Closing Stock Prices A. T. and T 128 1-2 Anaconda Copper ...'.. 17 1-8 Bethlehem Steel 403-8 Chrysler 443.8 Cities Service 3 1.3 coca Cola 9? i-g General American Tank 37 1-8 General Electric 35 l-l Walter Rosenthal Has Reopened New York Store The New York store, closed for trn summer, has reopened witti Walter Rosenihal. owner. In active (harge. This ladies ready to wear shop has been rcd:coraled ond the Interior rearranged for the new alone, The health unit has l;een greatly handicapped In Its activities this vear because the county lias given no financial aid since January but activities are'being carried out' as efficiently ns possible, according lo 15r. Washbum. Convict's Wa«n Friend Wages Mosquito War WETHERSF1ELD, Conn. (UP) — The slory of a state's prison in- irate who ti allied a wasp to keep his quarters free of mosquitoes. l> Sprint Rains Cut Down Typhoid Fever Cases „ .... -,rainfall In the spring months General Motors 33 1-2 i caused a sharp decrease In the International Harvester 38 1-2 number of typhoid fever cases m 1-2 Penvylvania this summer told In the current issue of the prL'.on newspaper! "The Monthly ntcord". The nrlsoner. also Is Janitor of the officers quarters, and made ,* m , .friends with the wasp by feeding <UP)-Heaey| u cand y, dlf ' "Now the wasp follows him Mlddtewest Utilities ... Montgomery Ward New York Central .".'.'.'. Chicago Corn open 52 3-8 57 1-2 high low 53 51 3-4 58 3-8 X 5-S close 52 3-8 57 Phillips Petroleum Radio Corp Simmons Beds St. Louls-SanPranclsco.. Standard of N. J Texas Co II. S. Steel ;. 26 3-4 , pared with 47 1-2 according 5 1-4.bell, director of com , ""d nllows Ms friend o ' slK * c h!s b ' ck and affectlonntely om. h te last three yeaers !' wrdlcs on llls shru!der or llan<1 ' to Dr. J. Moore camp-'. '' nc alllclc r;nd - " Tllc V K "' M 15 9 26 Communicable Disease. The rains provided tlie Bureau 0 fi tc:U " ri; ls lllc fact that thc wasp :kM»v his friend the Janitor and •will Mo., where he 1 will engage In | evangelistic work. I r urunrlatc The Rev. Mamvarrlng preached ',1. p his farewell sermon Sunday morn-!, TllD scnal01 ' ™ M tllc b "™"' Ing lo a large comjregnlton. which- ' fm "rcnlatlne similar ndvlce for Included members of the Method-!™"'" 11 wccks - Fo>Ir telegrams on st church, where services were dis- display at Thomas' olfice con- nlseed in courlcsy lo the rctir-1 lnitlccl siiB'jeslions they lie postsil ing minister. on bulletin boards, prosuumbly for Since making Ids home here .lirec and a half years ago the Rev. Manwnrring and Mrs. Man- wnrrln? and their family had been active In church and social circles here. llic* infortmtion of broker. 1 )' :m rs. custo- Huey Lonp Would Prevent [ CoUon Planting x in 1934 Oscar Fendler io Open j Law Office Here Soon Oscar Fcndler. sin of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fendler of Manila, will open a law 'office In this city September 1. Mr. Fendler. who is widely known In Mississippi county. Is n graduate of the University of Arkansas and in June received his degree In law from Harvard University. He. will have offices on the sec- crxl floor ot the Farmers nar.k and Trust company building. NEW YORK. Aug. 22 ( " Loulsinna demanded today that President Kuosevelt order a complete halt on cotton planting for 1934. "I think it Is safe to call the cotton part of the NRA a fall- U'e," he said. "We have a crop ol 13.000.000 bales already, and the Iii33 crop will be as big. I'd like io sec Roosevelt buy that surplus now when it will do the cotter Cicwcrs some good. What Is the tire of planting any more nex : year? If I had my way there wouldn't be a single farmer pul a plow In the ground." sufficient water supplies for the rural pop- 5 1-4 ulatton and the motoring public 38 | Campbell said, and eliminated the 24 1-2 necessity of using 65 1-2 proven lo be safe. supplies not. Harold S. Vanderbllt (below), America's richest' bachelor, contact bridge expert and noted yachtsman, embarked on the good ship matrimony when, In a secret ceremony hi New York, he mar- Funeral Services Held For J. W. Jarrett, 75 Funeral services were held yesterday for J. M. Jarrett. 75, who oied Sunday following a lengthy Mness lasting over seven years. Services were conducted at ths family home near Yarbro with the, T?ev. Russell Willoff officiating vpfwes to make friends with any-1 rlefi M(K . Oertr]i[lc L \ Conway Dne e ' Mp ; 'above), socially prominent spotts- Inasmuch BS wasps are- the v.inan of Philadelphia. The cou- dradly enemies ol mosquitoes, the oir sailed Immediately for a Janitor hns not been bolhciid j ht-mymoon abroad, Vanderbllt !s from Ihe Insects this summer. I ^ h| K hMe 32. r.ntl burial was cemetery, made at North The deceased Is survived by his vlfe, Mrs. Florence Jarrett, a son M. R. Jarrett, two daughters, Mrs Hi.tlSe Shepherd nnd Mrs. Bertha Pickett. The L. G. Moss Undertaking r-nmpany In charge of ar- langements. "Death Camas" Plant Takes Heavy Bee Tol BURLEY. Idaho (UP)—A plan commonly known ns "Deal! Camas" kills thousands of lione> tics each year the Minnldoka Cassis Honey Producers' Associa tiun was told by Frank Beach Intcnnoiintatn honey bcc raiser. The flower Is one of the csrlies taeh spring and thrives until late ttiiv.nier. Bees gather honey from them and return to the hives where (hey die. Ollur bees take Ihe honey from the dead Insects snd are killed. The plant Is further known to be poisonous to cattle and sheep. : fnes Negro Operators Or "Take-Off" Crap Game A negro man and ' woman] oi.nrt lo be operators-of a "take- crnp game'"In" the Meyers quarters were lined 125 each by Municipal Judge C. A. Cunnlngi. :iam on gaming charges yester- my while 110 fines ajolnsl 12 other negroes impended by Ihe court, .•_•>.* The court said operators ;'pl • : •trike-off" gflmci would "be dealt with strictly when brought into 1 court. All the negroes were ar- rraled Saturday night by deputV." '. constables. - C. C. Collier was fined tlOO on a charge of transporting liquor. •VIII Walker was fined SIOO. whlctj F the minimum Tine, on a. slm- • I'f.r charge. • ' \'*'" A charge of Illegal possession .'I liquor was docketed against I'.rucc Collier who entered a plea'. ?l not guilty. Lehman Gean was cleared ot. fc charge of wife ond child abanv c!onmcnl. A charge of disturbing the peace' 1 was filed against Elols Hampton. A charge of failure to pay city rarage privilege tax was docketed' £j.ilnsi U. M. MeDermott. Husband's Chivalry Rates Jail Sentence ROCKVILLE, Conn. (UP)— Alt.. the time Joseph Pry<irtend» thought he was saving hi s wife from serving a 20-day Jail sentence, he was talking himself Into a similar term, Joseph was a spectator in coort when ht s wife wu Mntentad- for selling liquor. Overcome by chivalry, he offered to strve h*r tlnw. "Didn't you Imow your wife w«s selling liquor?" the court asked. . "Sure," Joseph promptly »J>lfcd,. "I help her mata It." : '•Then I sentence you both to 20 days In Jail," the court cam* back. WEATHER ARKANSAS - Partly cloudy to cloudy tonight and Wedneilay, Somewhat unsettled Wednesday. . Memphis and Vicinity -^Partly cloudy to cloudy ito. . ' . . showers tonight •' and •- We4n««4»y. The maximum temperature . her* yesterday was 92. minimum > 84. clear, according to Sunwl F. Not- ris. official weather obMrm.

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