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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST AHKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION VOL XXVIII—NO. 31 Blytheville Courier, Blythevllle Herald, BSytheville Dally Netrt. Mississippi Valley Leader. BLYTIiKVlLLK. ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, AI'Hll, '£A, 1931 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Ricc-Slix Company Protests Claims Filed by Nashville Banks. LITTLE ROCK. Apr. 23 (UP) — Rulers Culdu'ell, Tennessee financier under Indictment now In connection with the failure of Cnld- well mill company, investment holla?, was named iu action filed in federal court here by tile Ricc-Slix dry ycods company of St. Louis ns beih:; largely responsible for the iec?lvcrshlp action against (lie • Fair Stores company, department chain of Arkansas. / Tlie St. Louis concern entered objections to an allowance of claims auproximnling $80,GOO alleging CnldWi?ll and J. C. Bradford, uls of Nashville, as "dominating stockholders" o! the Fair Stores rom- pany had caused the corporation to purchase for lliein 0,000 shares of Us own slock. The pretested claims are those of lb? receiver for the Rank of Tennessee, Nashville, for J40.000 on a nole cf the Fair Stores company is sued for siaitial payment for 3,000 shares of its stock, ami the others - by the .American National bank of Nashville for S-SO.GOO on a note is- "Alfalfa Bill" Approves Sterilization of Unfit OKLAHOMA CITY, Apr. 23 (UP)—The state board of affairs had authority today to order the s'erll- . tzalion of insane Inmates in state ' tiullutlons and Imbllnal 'criminals in the stale penal institutions. A bill passed by Ihe thirteenth cglslalurc has been signed by Oov. W. II. Murray, the governor said today. Governor Murray said lie would favor u more strict application of Ihe law lo criminal casses than to insane patients. American Flyer Breaks Pans to London Marks on Way Back From Rome. HESTON. AIRDROME, England, Apr. 23 (UP) — Captain Frank Hawks,'ti:e American flyer, arrived fiom France tcday, smashing two more Eurojjean records to finish off his two davs of flight between London and Rome. An official announcement said tl:e American speed flyer who yesterday set a new mark of • five hours, 22 minutes from London to Rome had broken two records on his flight from Paris to Lor.flon. siicd in :i similar transaction. The F iyln» from If Bourget, near I'ar- -SI. Lo'jis company o'ojccls to the claims charging that neither Nashville bank purchased, the note !n- nbcontly in view of Ihe fad that rfiic':als of both had kr.oxu of the insolvency of the Pair Stores company. Aunt of Exiled King of Spain Dies in Paris PARIS. Apr. 23 (UP) -The Infanta Tsabcltc of Spain, auivt of the exiled Kins Alfonso, died today. • She was 13 years old and had teen in fcebie health. The first - tragedy lo befall the royal lamily ^Bince it was forced to flee Madrid WHS attributed uarlly to the Infanta's long trip from Madrid to Paris She suffered from the excitement and discomfort of the journey and was, ailing when -she arrived'.' r The infanta had been ill for a year. Alfonso and tlie queen \vere notifle.rt of her dealh and their instructions regarding burial awaited. •Biloxi Sea Wall Is Longest in World Wins Honors /usl completed at a cost of ?3,5^0,000, tho 26-iulle. sea-wall at Bilo.\i, Mts».. a portion of which is flown above, ia said to ba the largest sea-wall la the world. Tlio wall, protecting th» dirt Spanish Irom tho encroaching vaicis of Hie, gulf, la regarded-us one of tlie greatest feats of the'south. Colclwatcr Bandits Forced to !• lee: Citizens Extinguish the Flames, COI.UWATER, Miss., Ap,r. 23 —Ovcrzealous lo break Inlo tin; vault of Ihe Dank of Coldwnier, three masked bandits enry today set lire to the building and were forced to llec for their llvej before obtaining any loot. The building was saved from do- slrucllon by citizens who ndcr putting out Ihe fire hunted for J B. Morlnt!, night innrshal, who had Lven captured by the bandits and Inken several miles from town one of the two cars they used in their High!. Morlng was nol htinn- eit. Coldwaler Is a short distance south of Memphis. He's aJBig Boy Now Attack Repulsed and Loyalist Reenforcements on Way Says Government. .s. he reached Croyclon airdrome in 55 minutes to break the 96 minute mark recently set by Commander Jlcn Kldston, and then continued | TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras. April to Heston airdrome to set a new [23. (UP)—Tne government claimed record of 69 minutes. j today to have repulsed a massed at- Hawks revelled 'he had "almost !<"<* <> r revolutionary forces in a pnsseti out" while flying at a great desperate battle al Chamelccon. Btilude over the Alps en route to, The lighting continued in the Rome yesterday because he had no! heart of tile Cortes region of north- oxygen to aid him in Hying at great em Honduras, and the loyalist re- allitudes. | cnforcemcffts were speeding to the s^ene to protect .the highly itnnort- ant railroad line to San Pedrn Sula. Government troops inflicted "great losses" on ibe rebels, official advices said. Tlie engagement at Chamelccon wn.s resumed at 10 a. m. on Wednesday after unsuccessful attempls had been made Ihcre I and al Guaymas. flve miles frcm [Tela. the night b:fore. More than "Z ' r> • I a score °^ rebels and a smaller Forces Retire-1 number of loyalists were killed in the earlier engagements. 111 New Trials Ordered for Condemned Russians LITTLE ROCK, April 23. (UP)—' The resignation of Bishop Jaines R. Winchester of the Protestant Epis•opal church was before the nous" of bishops today. MOSCOW, April 23. (UP)—The presidium of the supreme court today revoked as over severe all Fen- v irnces imposed upon the Kulak (rich peasant) group of Torrnasovo. ordering retrial by a high court. Six Kulaks were sentenced to death and nine to terms of imprisonment on April 19 on charges they had sabotaged the collec'ivi- ?ation plan in the village of Tor- masovo, had not sold grain to the government, had forged documents certifying they were poor peasants, had indulged in anti-Soviet propaganda, and had terrorized poorer peasants. Claim Hunger Rioting Threatens New Zealant t & i p • 'rrfefit ot Arkansas hpis- copalian Prelate. Stflrf p re ,School Clinics The resignation is subject to the ! approval of the diocesan conven- .ion meeting here at Trinity ca- :hedral, which in turn will present it to the .house of bishops for formal action. A special diocesan convention will be called to name Bishop Winchester's successor if the resignation is "accepted. Illness which has caused him to i of these drfects become inactive in tr.e administra- 1 their parents so that corrections Over County This Week • in befdnnnv; the extensive program planned for pre.-school clinics, sponsored by the Parent-Teacher associations and Mississippi county health unit, such clinics are being held throughout the countv beginning this week. It Is planned to have children who will enter school in September for tlie first time attend these clinics where they will be examined for phvsical delects. Reports given to The rural Michigan community where she was born will welcome Ellzubelh Harden, 19. whose voice Gvoun Approves School Budget, Recommends Money Be Subscribed. A recommendation that $10.060" b; raised by public subscription to cn- iblc Ins niythcvllle schools I0 i operate for the. full nine months of Ihe 1931-32 school year wos returned today by tho citizens commlttej named at a public mestlm Monday night to cooiwrate with the school board in solving the district's financial problem. The cenmlllce placed lls stamp ot approval upqn U'e. budget prepared by Superintendent Crawford Oreetie and the .board, and urged (hat the difference between the amount called for by the budget and estimated revenues, approsii- mately $10,000, be made up by contributions lo avoid the necessity ot closing all or part of the school system before the end ol tho nine months term. she returns to Greenville, Mich., fur n brief visit with her parents. She will give a concert In her home (own, followed by ft rcccp- llon. Reno Lawvers Hone Thi State Kills 90-Day DI vorce Measure. BY EARL H. I.EIF United Tress St.iff Corrrsponden RENO, Ncv., April 23 (UP)—Ren lawyers are almost jubilant toda over Nevada's recent 'victory the "divorce war" among the leg Islaturcs ot several weslern slal for the lltlc of "the divorce capili of America," They now almost entirely dl count the competition of Idaho al Arkansas,, although the latter st holds a menace and a threat. Tl Icjal lights of Reno are earnest wishing success .to the Arkans Ministerial Association in Its .tempt to refer the 90-day .vorce .law to the voters of th state. The Reno Chamber of Commer triumphantly displays- letters celvcd from two very much din- ! Zt\ B. Harrison. So far ns record* Find ISudjel Is Minimum . The report. slgheJ by Jesse Tay- was acclaimed by Berlin critics lori T j. Miiliaii, A. D. Fan-field, E. sis "the cmml of Mclbu's," wnen| B Lyman W. D. Gravctte, G.-'E.- Farmers Bank -and Trust Comcany and First National Depositories. The First National Bank and the Farmers Bank -and Trust company have been designated as county depositories by ordejr of County Judge ^ lion of his duties was given by the bishop as his reason for tendering his resignation. He has served th? Arkansas dloccrc during the past 20 years, being ordained to the priesthood 53 years ago. Ho recently celebrated his 19th birthday. Commission Postpones Cotton Rate Revision WELLINGTON. N. Z., April 23. (UP)—Titoting broke out at th? gates of parliament today when 200 communists clashed v:iih police. Brickbats and stones were thrown and the tires of the police patrol wagons slashed. Several «vcre arreslcd including members of s delegation of unemployed who had been scheduled t3 meet the minister of labor, S. G. Smith. Later a deputation told Smith Ihe people were starving and the situation was so acute that unless the government acted there would be wholesale burglaries and general turmoil. They slid the demonstration outside parliament was only the forerunner ot trouble. WASHINGTON, Apr. 23 (UP) — The interstate commerce commission today issued an order postponing the effective date for revised freight rates on cotton movements In the south from May 28 o June 10 nert. mav be made, when possible, before they begin their schoo! work. Trrre were 24. boys and girls examined at Shnwnee yesterday and ten attended the clinic in Osceola Tuesday. A • similar clinic will be held here Wednesday, April 29, and at Luxora on May 6. Other places and dates will be announced later. Mrs. N. B. .Menard of this cits- is stale chairman of the summer round up. Although Harold Lloyd, Jr., shown above with his proud mamma gase In 'ranching. couraged lawyers of Arkansas who .want to Nevada.-pri^at- lornev'of Rot'Springs, £rk"; wants to hairi out his shlnnle In Reno, and a lawyer In Little Rock wants Ing to figuresjabtalned In ths conn- to come to western Nevada to en- Keck and J. L. Cherry, was prc 7 senlcd to Cecil Shane, chairman ot . he school board, this morning. '••„ It follows': . . • •- . "Whereas we, the undersigned Cillv.ens commlltco uuthorlzed by. a noss meeting ot citizens, and tnx- laycrs to cooperate with the sohool board ol Blythevllle, Arkansas, to Investigate the condition of Bly- chools and U> susscst cliimges. remedies, ,or ways' and means by. which snld schools may be operated In. tho'future, "and . •'•. "We, the said-.commltUe,' make a following report: "First: It is our opinion that .tlie . bolli grade and high schoo!, . slicii!! be opcralcd for a-term of nine months. . • • • .• ' "Second: Wo have carefully eons over Ihe budget as prepared,by tha.;.:.jy school b.-!v,-l. which said budget In--'-' eludes s-l-il'-'s, courses, boiided -Indebtedness nnd-nil other .-expenses -'):>. of t!ic school," and we find that ssld hcre reveal the two local banks arc , budget Is, in our judgment; as ceo- the only county depositories. -The - two -banks. havb n '{ihil $40.003 In depository bonds, rtccord- Inbmlcv «s I ha schools can .operate and papa, weighed only Ihree pounds at birth, now he weighs seven pounds two and n half 'ounces—thanks to a baby incubator. He's htallhy and growing fasl. So when the comedian left a hospital after tin appendicitis operation to attend a family reunion, he consented to pose with his wife, the former Mildred Davis, and Junior. The baby didn't mind—he's son of an actor. KMT™ Interest in Nevada's divorce laws was preatlv stimulated wltl^ pi sage of the slx-\v ' ly auditor's office. These bonds were In force before the local banks were re-designated as county depositories. The Farmers Bank and divorce 'bill Trust 'company has a depository bx- the 1931 legislature. The Heno bond for $11,500 and Ihe First Na Chamber of Commerce received 101 Inquiries from prospective divorce seekers during March as tional Bank for $22,500. An entry In the county court docket shows that the two local compared with 21 in January and i banks have agreed to pay two per cent Interest per annum on aver-1 the minimum." $8G,OW, which amount .Is ap'proxI-~* ' v mately $10,000 In excess of the an- llclpated -revenues for Ihe district, Wo hereby recommend to th; cltl- zcrw c! Blythevlllc that, if. they ; : wnnt the schools to operate for the , ensuing year, It will be necessary to raise, by public subscription, approximately $10,000. "Third: We find that Jill teachers salaries have besn •' cut to" an : amount which we consider to lie '." age daily balances less t'nelr bond premiums. Revenues Inadequate to Educate Blylheville Children She Declares. The Blytheyille school district has neither the revenues nor the buildings nnd equipment to pro- for Annual B: French Police Attack Socialists at Toulouse WASHINGTON, Apr. 23 ,(UP)— The cotton freight rate hearing set for N'ew Oreans April 29 was post- Daisy Denies Telling Clara's "Lvc Secrets" LOS ANGELES. April 23 (UP) —Daisey D?voe. former secretary to Clara Bow, today denied any| responsibility for articles about I the film star which resulted In the' pub- Chicago Police, However, Doubt Telegram About Kidnaped Doctor. CHICAGO. April 23. (UP) -Dr. Isaac. D. Kelley, missing fee. Ixmls physician, was seen at the Morri- vlde for the education of the chll-1 s on hotel here yesterday, a mys- dren who under the state law arc j terlous telegram informed Chicago entitled to the advantages of fre? : police today. public schools. Miss Willie Law-1 Tw o detectives were immediately son, county supsrintcndenl of : assigned to search the hotel "from schools, told the Rotary cl'.ib at' (op to bottom," for anyone- an- ils weekly luncheon at the Hotel! swering Dr. Kelley's description. 17 In February. Tills Is In addition to the hundreds received by | the lawyers and bar association on i which no tabuatlon was made. | — The chambrr's records show that; 77...). U, 1T ,f c ftl J D,_ 42 per cent 'of the inquiries came ' ' nanvt U1U Odr Tom the Atlantic seaboard, inchid- nz New York, New Jersey. Pennsylvania .and adjacent states, 18 per cent come from the Pacific Coast states, eight per cent from the New England states, four per cent form the Intermounlaln states, four per cent from the southwestern states, and two per cent from Noble today. Whereas the enumeration shows The telegram declared Dr. Kcl- ley was seen on the second floor over 5.CCO persons of school age, O f tne hotel. H was signed "C. D in the district, school .buildings Q." ' . . are lo <"«>™cxia.e poncd by the Interstate Commerce arrest of Frederic Girnau, commission today to May 7. lishcr of a weekly tabloid, on charges of misuse of the mails. Miss Devoe declared she did not { mme (han W50 _ M(55 TOULOUSE. France, Apr. 23 ')—Rioting occurred today when i Democrats Need Million to Free Party of Debt NEW YORK, April 23. (UP)— The Democratic national committee today made plans for a drive for $1.000.000 to place the' party in a solvent condition. At a conference attended by former Governor Alfred E. Smith. ,Iou- ell Shouse. executive chairman, and John J .Raskob. tried to break up a/lunch- j ™Vanef to secure national chair' give Girnan Information which the articles purporting upon to tell love secrets of Miss Bow. were said to have been based. drew Tardieu was speaking. The Socialists bricks, nnd rocks threw chairs, at the police. Mounted guards charged the rioters an3 beat them to the ground- Several were taken to the nosptal. Plane Collision Costs Lives of Air Officers SEAIIURST PARK, Sussex. Enj., April 23. tUP)—A plane carrying Air Vice Marshal Felton Vcssy Holt and Filgh! Lieutenant Henry M Moody collided In Ihe air wilh an- Three Held to Jury for Hawks Store Burglary Hugh Haynes, U. V. Moody and B. O. Moody were bound over to await the action of the grand jury by Justice Oscar Alexander this 1)11: morning en charges of burglary and 10 1 grand larceny in connection with wipe out the S650.0M party deficit ,,, e burglt , ry O f G. C. Hawks' store and to provide funds to keep the committee functioning actively. Arkansas Banks Have Tuesday night. The trio waived preliminary hearings and bonds were J placed at $500 each. John B. Baker, arrested u» , I similar charge, will be given a hear- Increased Reserves j" 1 *"' the ne!ir fuluri! ' LITTLE ROCK, April 23 (UP)-i AsSCSSCS $50 Fine for The New York police department 5aM , I rorwardcd (he telegram here wlth- while revenues are not sufficient | out explaining how or from where o. staff and operate the schools lt was rec£ . lve( j. Tne . telegram was vhich the district has. Serious as is the finanda Arkansas, banks operating under state banking laws have materially Increased their cash reserves since the first of the year, a compilation of the state banking de- Possession of Liquor John B. Baker was fined 450 by Judge W. D. Graven? In police | problem confronting the district it is not as bad as Ihat faced by other districts in this county, the superintendent said. She pointed out that the bonded debt of (he Biy- Ihcvllle district was only about 7 per cent cf the assessed valuation, compared lo debts of as high as 14 ptr cent in some other districts. While high standards have been maintained here, per capita costs of school operation have been kcpf- lower in Blythcvills than in other districts maintaining high schools. The salary scab in the Blythe- vil'e district is exceedingly low, Miss Ijiwson said. She quoted figures showing that salaries of teachers and of the superintendent in the Blythcvtlte district are far under the median for the United States. If the district is to provide educational opportunity for all of Its children, she declared, it has no alternative but substantially to increase its school revenues. sent from New York city at 11:49 p. m., April 22. Canada. The proximity of Arkansas to New hall York whence of divorcees. comes nearly would prove TONOPAH.. Nev.. <UP>—An old- time saloon bar, with its polished mirrors and gleaming glass, must be somewhere around this famous old mining camp, but members'of thi Delta Sigma fraternity chapter here, just cannot \yill Ask Parents to AJfl : * 'While no details of a plan for raltin? the 510.CCO were embodied in the reT.rt Indivita?! rri^subirs ,,,,,•.,.,.) n,, t »!»., .--.--,,"(,, j.t. j.. -HgiYihjj of con"r.erc'; to put o 1 .campaign to • rcls'e . the moncv. The plan, it is understood. is first to ask parents of' school , children to pledge monthly pay- j tnents In proportion to their ability, and to make .up whatever amount may still be needed by soliciting similar p!ed"'iS Irom busi- i:jc, juab laiuiui !LM;ILIU unc. ,--.,- , The fraternity wants such n bar, ' nKS nnl P™iess!on .-. men .and reminiscent of the old days, to use pr S, l ?. ert> l °™ cl "' ' " In the annual Bowery Brawl here. In fornvr years, there were plenty extrcmcly dangerous to Reno's | „, them'unuscd,' but gradually they disappeared. For the past two years the fra- business. Alaska Attracting More Tourists Each Year WASHINGTON, rltory of Alaska (UP)-The ter- anually grows Red Sox In Debut At Cairo The Blythevllle Red Sox, newly organized semi-pro ball club will make their debut at Cairo, 111. Sunday opposing the strong Independent bal club of the Illinois city. •The Red Sox will play the Monette Buffaoes at Monettc on May 3rd. The local semi-pro club will not'play Sunday basebal hero until the results of the county election on Sunday baseball, to be held May 5th, arc obtained larger as an objective for the American tourist, stales Ihe Department of Interior, with over 35,000 visitors'registering In Southeastern Alaska last year. Most of the cities along the Pacific Coast are siwnsoring excursions to Alaska this year, as they dld last year. Tlie great majority of the« excursions go no farther than Southeastern Alaska, and consequently miss the most beautiful spots. Mount McKlnley National Park, with the highest mountain in North America, in its confirra, is highly recommended by the department as a rival of anything the Alps has to offer. First Dwellers Cause Trouble GLOBE, Arizona, (UP) •— partment reveals. The average court this morning on a charge ol. Is generally known now that pre- other p!sne today and killing both officers. crashed. Tire pilot of the second plane. Sergcan' Charles uninjured, Wareham, wa? :.I'I fill:, cash reserve carried by the 265; illegal possession of liquor. state banks as of March 25, date [historic peoples inhabited Arizona, state banks as of March 25, date: TWO women were fined $10 eaclnbut now a controversy has dcvel- of the last call, approximated 28 on charges of vagrancy by the court oped as a result, of E W. Henry of per cent, which Is 12 per cent in and police instructed to find work the staff of Gila Purblo Insisting excess of the amount required by f or them U> do while lodgwl in ths that the basketmakers were here law. city jail. jt before the cliff dwellers. j Tlie district's budget. for next year, ratified at a meeting of trie board last night, calls for a total, of SS5.971.81. Including $-1,712 for' administrative control. $48,179.25 tcrnlty has used the same bar. a ' for instruction. $5,181.30 for opera' masterpiece of ir^-ceany and "» n - S2.700 for Insurance and par- brass, but this yearTts owner said • lift 'A*. «50 for plant maintenance even that was performing its duties elsewhere- Pulmonary Diseases Take Heavy Jap Toll capital outlay, and $24,518.76- to pay principal and Interest' on bonds. .*. The budget is approximately S20.- 000 bclcv of ihls year, and ' S22.000 below tlial of 1928 arid 1929. The reduction was made passible chiefly through the elimination "of TOKIO, (UP) - Pulmonary dls- j u - 0 teachers at the high school and eases, which always take n heavy j one at t i 1D sudbury school, and toll In Toklo during the winter, i through reductions In the salaries were especially fatal during March, I of n n employes, including superln- largely because of variable weather, j , cm j cilli tochers n nd janitors., av- accordlng to statistics. More than | crnRC approximately 20 per cent. 1,000 |)crsons died of influenza and ' " similar diseases Deaths during a. single week early in March numbered 051 In the Metropolitan police nVoa. ex-1 scnool tcachcrs wlu recelve S19 ., 5 j, eluding two districts. The num- d slx 0 leachcrs vvm -receiva ber of persons 111 on a single day.! - - - - Under the new schedule I? schoo! teachers will receive MS.OM per ycari cir , ht j imior n , Eh tja;h- crs will receive' S7.979.25. 22 prade School Committee Will Start Work Tomorrow i , fflrch 'L, was tlian 500,000. The special committee on problems affecting the stale public school system, created at the last session of the general assembly, will .meet here April 27 for the pur- ! pose of organizing and starting its work. Three Negroes Injured in Carolina Tornado ,,.,— Besides teachers salaries the reported at more ap p ropl .| a ti on f 0r instruction In- bufigets and Inslrucilcn materials. Tne S*,112 allowed for administrative control Includes the salaries of the superintendent and clerk, and appropriations for taking the annual school census, for printing, and f «r general expense. Fuel and Janitors salaries are the main Items under 'operation, but telephones, lights, washroom sup- ' plies and various miscellaneous expenses also come under this head. Byrd at Little Rock LITTLE ROCK, April 23. (UP) — Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd.- world famous explorer, arrived here today to deliver two lectures this afternoon and tonight. WEATHER ARKANSAS — Cloudy, scattered showers in west portion tonight; j Friday cloudy, scattered showers. I According- to the official weather FAYFTTEVILLE, N. C., April 23. | observer, Charle.5 Phillips jr., the here yester-; vrill Je!r Janan Will Recognizs Spanish Republic Today Ruth To Remain In Hospital Few Days BOSTON, Apr., 23 (UP) — Babe WXJ-a'-ycar star, Injured in yester- \ (UP)—A small tornaio tore down | minimum temperature day's Red Sox name, must remain I several buildings and injured three i day was M degrees at at the Peter Brigham hospital "at! negroes In the southern section of I mum 62 degrees, clear. Today a year! eminent of Spain -when the cabinet least two or three days." nnd even \ Cumberland county Wednesday, j ago the minimum temperature was of Premier Wikatsukl n;«ts to- April 23. Unl;ed (UP)^Iapin tiMi in rec- after his release must remain out, Several houses and bams also were , 45 degrees and the maximum 72 de- of the gamt temporarily. I damaged near Maxton, nearby, jtrrees, rtnuiiPp,..«nL today, to an official an-

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