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Served bit the United . XXVIII—NO. 45 lilytheville Courier, JJiyllievllle Dnlly Ne-vs, e Herald, Mississippi Valley leader. THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHKAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI jjmwvn.u-:. AHKAN'SAS. SATURDAY, .MAY n, m\ '"" NEWS HOMEEDIT10N S1NO;,K COPIES FIVE CENTS 'Most Beautiful 1 TOKEEPUPWTH Boy Scout's Chief xpane NOT):: The most iit!|ii:rUi!il iralh?rui; of tlic wnrli 1 '.-; industrialists ami finnn- ei"rs ever met fy con-'iOrr a worlt! vide i!i-[:n-!-s.ic:i uas llu' rrnrnt Intrmai'i'ml Cliamlw of CHIII- ntprce ccii^rcss In YV:i<;!iiuitin. TMs is flip firs! of five st'jrics \vHch 'ift ullrt sxnnnrizc til- tlirucM nf .\orUi lii^.iii'.ss L-ii'J- rr»: and file's about tin- i!r;ir?s- bitm developed :U (tint it svliirh m;\y hasten IIUM'.USS recovery. RV F.ODNTV DITCH Kit NKA Service Wrilrr V/ASHIKGTON. May IV—To overproduction and unOer-consinnnlion. words ofU'n usrnl to explain ness dr-prr.vton and unoti:ployni°:U :\s well ns agricultural distress. a:M another: Over-capacity. "A g-?i:eral increase in live cp.]).jf;:y which has l?illpovarilv outstripped the rate of increase in populating and in t're c.ip-'.riiy cci'.s'imptiorT was lifted first sm LUESI CLflSS fiT II EH 5GHQQ Sixty Seven Seniors lo R?- i coive Diplomas; Dr. ! DieM Will Spcak. : Mew presiiient of tho Hoy Scouts ! of America is Mortimer 1,. BchifT, above. N;w York banker. A. ual mecUng of ['r,Q sjujts i:i known 1 hrfier^V^i*' 5 ' 7'™ 1 '" l5c «- !s ^<>^» "o • I s-rrce?:! Wj;t;r W. Hr-?.d of c:-.i- Clara Bo^v's Subsliluto. leaders ' The iargest graduating class in ! liie hi;!ory of tiie city high school '-• wil] rn-iiVi? diplomas t.::is y.'iir j when 07 graduates will finish their ; sctli.ol careers May 23. < | Dr. diaries Diehl. president of '•• '. ScLilhwe-lc-m University of Mem! phis, wil! deliver the coiinr.fiiLV- i men 1 , address at the city auditor- ; : ium. This will be tl:e seccnd ti:ne i Dr. Diehl lla= visited this city for j j a similar illusion, having pve.ich- i ! ed tin- bace.ilaiirente sermon fr>r the class 01 '23. j I.'Dr the baccalaureate sermon at the city auditorium Sunday. May 21. the Rev. E. K. Latliner. ps>- Or cf the First Christian eruirch, will be in charge. The commencement activities will . b° formal;;/ opened Wednesday, I M.iy 13. when there will b? a ra* ; d!o brcadrist over KTjCN, spon- r;red by the senior class. Ti:e prceram will begin at 11:45 a. in. Tnree plays will be presented at tiie auditorium Tuesday, May 2il. lor the benefit of tfce senior memorial fund as Is the 1 annual cus- ( torn. These productions are en-! I'ltiu.-o? like tiic-se do Hindi tilled "Sixty Miles an Hour," "Trie:'• explain wlij s-rmihern In-Met- i:ra 110 : Mini key y.ic; 1 ' nnd "Kceplnk Him | reputed to lie ilit- lovcli<M In .'lit Home." • ' . . .j rc-iuii;-}-. .Miss Mary Hall Vin i hunters. cnn Display in Spol- ! t at Paris Exposiliou HV itAi.ni HI:IN'/.I;N rl'iiilnl I'li'.ss St.ilT Cul rfs\»oiiili-ut | PAULS. Fiance (UP)—Tile Amrr-1 . i'V.n inhibit, housed in the replica '• i'f Wiulilngtmi's Mount Vermin rto-j | tr^.hi. with Its opportunity to take . an (•iliir.utlrnal tour 61 the world In; • .1 half dozen visits. pro\ed one of, i the mcs 1 . successful feuturi'i of the I : I inn-national Colonial Exposition! : which President Uotimerguc opcr.id [ I in the Hois de Viucenncs today. ; ; The exhibits cf Alaska, Hawaii.• ' l he Philippines, Porto Rico, Virgin j • Js].i:i:Js, Samoi, Guam and Panama j i Iwve been conceive:! to appeal in, : liie si'Jr.serr. 'ihey all show the j lucfit prepress that has bocr, ir.aiie Jin ll:uV! overseas lands under, i American government in 30 'Ihe main American building, as pe-ar like the .Mount Vernon original as carpenters were able to i build it. is one of the simplest of I llii' national buildings. Its Interior Is filled wllh n collection of! Claia Bow's Illness has ylven anolhcr red-headed actress, Pegijy Shan- products from pineapples to p:arl j U , M uibovei, hpr bis chance lu t!ie films. Li.w linn a week after her ovstcrs and the process of pDar! I nl . rivnl in nollywootl from DID New York stage, rcggy was chosen to fill the stellur role In a picture which Miss now was compelled to abandon because of a nervous breakdown. Flee in Automobile After Taking Cash and Currency From Sate. JACKSON. Mils.. May 0 (UP)— Two uandits forced Ihclr wny itito the Guaranty Hank and Trust company lieic by holding up the -• : porler n.s he came to work tnrJy ! Inday, hcrdtd 18 employes Into tho . ' vnnlt, a:;ti escaped with $18,000. TV.o robbers met the employes • a^ lliry nrercd the building nnd fciccd •'. -• to march directly into Hie VAUII. J.atrr they made one of . the employes open the rate and'' old them in scoophis dp the currency and cash. J. K. ArmUrons.. cashier, saici tha bandits waiTied employes that they hii'! two rccomrdices outside v.'ho were armcil v ! .!!i machine i ; mn. Bank ciriclal.i and police'bc- l l!i'\'e the two mrii were alone and I that they escaped In an automobile which was ptirked ncflr the growing. H Is regarded as the mosL j uit;]-e;Ll[ii; exliibSL of the great exposition. Alaskan Kxlilhlt The Aiasban building houses •ilirce exhibits showing methods ol mining, rail and \vntcr transiioita- tion and operations In the fur anil timber industries. There is a collection of nshing implements which 1 pictures the extent of the Alaskan .salmon industry. There arc totem j poles, uojr slids anil harness and j oiitf.ts of explorers and seal HoL Springs Giii Makes Her Paris Debut in Opci" tlie Tniylor a dozen causes - Melvin A. Tr:iy- i p I g | rt p« Inr. p resident! I IS! I I First National > T } III j I f l)ai:k of Chicago. , • i«8U L LIST OF and symptoms of | depression by the Cenrril of the i r • r 1 I \ j Dm . Iran-held Attorneys Leavn Intertiaticnal Chamber of ir.erce. The csngres 1 : cf the chain- ' her here, assembiinj a thn.;".r.:! ; men prominent i-i (he 1 ivorlrl's bus- j indui'.-v p.r.ri finance. cr.in!:a- COOTER. Mo.-Twenty-four stu- : dents will be graduated from .the . Cooler graded school Tuesday, May I 12. This K the largest- graduating . class in the history of the school, j Tlic prospective graduates are I I'cul Sirone, Paul Allnrd. Lawrence , Cclcman. Mary Coleman. Chester Gearing. Sue Brocks. Lawrence r> M l* - r- i Ccs.Kr. Lcrene GiSliland, Ruby I Cl'SOnS [\amed 111 LoilV | polk. Vlr?'..- Travis. Walter Holly, Had Pnirl Poll Tav ' Eu ^ niil Cric<! - Wrwood Barger. i.aa .( aid l oil ia>, ,,.,,., ir „„.,„., ,«, i ,,,., rn Wa!solli It of Uuiveisity of Alabama, ami J Strangely contrastlns arc :.-.- Kliznbtth AI;.-:I. uciuw. nf ; tropical exhibits, sm-h as iliiuru- ihni I'ollcgc. ill \Viiistun-lialoiii, jtious ol the. complete process of School at CnotPVi^' < --- lv ' cle ailjiiducd ihe inost 'sugar making from (he cane In the 1 < " ul "- tl lie.iiiiifiil sluik'iiis al their reside- ' live i-iilh-iius. -Miss Hallliv.- lu Mulityimiery. ,\!;i.. uriil Mi>^ ,MU-n N" I, field to the coffee cup. which fca- .turcs the Hawaiian exhibit. This group also diows pearl oysters in PARIS. May 9. (UP)—Mary Lewis, Hot Springs, Ark., grand op.-, era prima donna, made her ParSs debut at (!-e Theatre Ambassador loduy in the title role of "La Com- lessc .Marlt/a," a Viennese comic opera. It was the first time nn Atneri- Services 5Ield Today for Geovge Worsley OSCEOLA. Ark., Hay 0—Funeral services for Gvo. A. Worsley, : ' 7; year old carafe- owner, v:ho ' • cpmmllM suicide at- hts home . here Thursday night, were conducted from the family residence this morruirj at 10 o'clock, Rev. . Ell Myers, pas.tor of the First Me- . thcdlst Church of .which Mr. Wors-- ! ley was a member, ofliclalins;. In- : ennent followed in Calhotm Cemetery, Luxo-a.' Pnll bearers were . R. A. Cai Uvrlght.. A. S. Rogers, C.' L. Drake. Roy Dlllard, J. E. L11I- PJAt!nS;'.c^.p,..3flrl. Qulnn, -H.. J.- 'Ha!o-ann;«i| River Trip Weil Ahead'*• w - Fowm - r n i r> n r> • i - vlr - Worsley was born hi Grand ot Kecovcl bcl By bogie. MEMPHIS. May pressing confidence 0 (OP)—Ex- ln Ihe ability process of pearl making. Coffee nnd pineapples are shown growing. Alodels of San Ji;an Gate. San Juan haib^r and famed El Morro ! castle feature the exhibit of Porto Rico. ! Blue Hcaril's Casflc Blue UCiV.'d's castle Is the feature ! of the Virnin Islands display. Guam .shows a hicdel native 1 village and native clothing, Including the crass can star had suns in the Viennese j of thdr 23 -foot speedster In break- opera In Paris under American tl , e NC1V Orleans to St. Louis speed management. Miss Lewis took the role of Countess Marllza. wealthy woman who falls In love with a poor and liaiirisome youth In her employ. Tlie opera Is in three acts and five scenes and Is sung entirely in French. Roger Uordcn. a Come-dic Franc:Use star, played the poor youth who finally won the countess In true story book fashion. Miss Lewis' French accent was praised by critics. tion isn't tbe inability of consumers to in- rr ti't* their needs." —Geor^rc Thr-u- nis. president of IntTiyitiniia! C. of C. if: . ~» that five citizens listed i:i Fair- t:eld's amended complaint yesterday as nut having paid poll tax. I w^re placed on the list because of . various inaccuracies in the list of i qualified electors. ' They staled that Mrs. W. W. Hr.v;kinn paid.her poll tax as Mrs. . G. O. Hawkins. Miss Mont: Hughe= paid her poll tax but her nams was in the pell tax books as Martin i'/v-- : Hi;yht'.=. Mrs. Jack Orient's name appeared as Mr?. Jack Oi'sii.-n. Mr. J. A. Holly's name appeared as J. A. Ilallcy and Mrs. I!MS Nidicku'i'.-. poll tax was paid but in the tax oll ^ books it was listed as Eddie Nicholson. mint c-.li". Oi--c, pa - ' Mrs - W]Uip M - Cox vot ^ nf injuries Fail to Stop Eiibo's Business Routine ORAN'GE. N. J., May 0. (UPI — President Hoover turned his b?ef: on inviting trout streams today to The Philippines visualize the advance of ciyilization under the Spanish and Americans. There was --'> '* / *{$ Thrums and iiwmrrcihlf lobs (rr wor whirii suffer lo~pthcr v.-li"ii t!i->: JACKSON. Miss, ^^l^y n IUP>— Crspito r.dvkc of In.s physician Governor "Elicocinrp G. Ellbrj went to the c."m:Lol this afternoon dis- coinirin^ injuries he received ear- l!'?r in the day wl'.cn his nuto irrnrc] cvtr near Prcntiis and he \vn-; 5^vc: i M5 - br^irrti. | T!:r- cnr w?s Orivcu by n ncrrro chanITciir and got out of control I iccp hill. Tlie governor suf- : fercd l::jury to his legs nnd cuts and bruises. ITo wns brought here j much interest rhown in the native ire-ins of : ' mt inrlu!ilr J' ftru l ' n ll:e display/I ot ' i copra, rare woods, rubber and oth»r i Island precincts. Samoa shows discuss vxitli Iiigii ouicinls of war clepartmenl possible reducing army exp?ns?s. Tiie nrco'dcnt arrived nt 1)15 , mour.lain camp on the Rnpuiau | "remomal weapons, native canoes, shortly before II n. ni. and imme- i dsatcH" went into n coiifercnce v/ith i Secretary of War Hurley. Gcn:ral MncArlhnr, chief of strilf. nnd Will V/cxxl. chnirman ol the i'.^nsc- 2]>- prcpriations cammitue. Tli;.v_- ihr^c matte (he two hour r.r.d ^ :n:i:'.ite drive from Wnshinglon in t!'? pros- dec- palm i ideiu's car. Other army officers \v^re euroute inur.ils of native life and i oration of cocoatuits and leaves. Tlic main American building looks like a v.ell-regulated club TUX EHENSIOH record, members of the crew of the "Greyhound" rested here for an hour today whlla mechanics and attendants worked on Ihe ship. The boat docket at 11:40 A. M. after a thrilling run from Helena. Ark., where they refueled this .morning, and before 1 P. M. backed into the stream and headed for St. Louis Frederick Sinllli, Memphis sportsman and owner of the craft, said he was confident it would reach St. Louis before noon tomorrow. The Greyhound It. already nhend of the schedule maintained by the Bojie, racing boat of Dr. Louis Lcroy. ^^eIllphis, who holds the record. View, Ind., Dec- 25, IH53 and came to Arkansas, locating In Mississippi ccunly 43 years a?o.' lie was enraged In farming In ihe Rosa community, prior to coming to Osccola 12 years ago where he has since been engaged in the automn- 1 nnd-parage business. he studied to be a Early in pharmacist, but nevu followed the profession. Police Start Search For Missing Church LITTLE ROCK, May 0 <UP) — Governor Harvey Parnell later today was rxpoc'.cd to further extend tho time for paying real and ? personal taxes v.ilbrit penalty, ac- I HELENA, Ark.. May 0 The Greyhound. 23-foot boat challenger for to New Orleans NASFIVILLE, May 9 (UP) — Nashville police loday are. lookin? for ;i stolen church. P. Clay Moore, an undertaker and owner of the missipg house of worship came in today with the complaint. Cnmlii 1 ! -.11 the eve of his Mo- thrr's * LV;y program Moore was 1 upset. "1 nc 1 .er had it stolen ba- iore." he said. (UP)— : - Pollcrt looked for a precedent but speed had iir-v-.-r been faced by such a 3r the St. Louis j problem. Tiie church, a three story ipccd record, left i frame building, was removed In hoi!. c i. A i:i'cat-gre;U-^randdaiigh- j cordinj to a rc;nft emulating from ter of Washington is official hcs- the chief executive's office today. :omcd visitors today. The time for paying taxes without penalty wns extended April 10 30 days expiring today. It tess and ily ITS'IUS l-i ivr- As lor the o'her fir-tor. MUST- • r'nnmipiion. President nrr>r<;r-5 Tlieunii nf the ir,'.rvn'' ! w! rta-.n- : .'••orii buildi!i7 br.x in the Srro-.-.d Ward ^hile another par:y giving the name cf Mrs. \Viliie Cox vote:! at. the City Hall. The pMl tax receipt held by Mrs. Willie M. Cox b~r v.'-'iii, ~* th-i n!t!n.i^ w i]^ e m!ly cl! - ;:stai "" i - sllc!l " c^:i'itri".-. h.iv" !"'-t purelnsi'i; I-TV^" !1;^ t """m "i: ri .Cj 01 "-cor.«'.i i m- i\nn shorld no: be used to describe li;^ "imbili'.v of C'Jl'sui:'."^ In i!l- rrr^re '.'iir'.r im-Hs tn ih« i>-r=rnt u^rinl ->n 'laqricJiI'.'.iral pnotl-.rr'car nr.d pI-.vsicTans ex-! to , his " m l' lo J o!li lhe c°:'fcrrnee :..:.... , : _ • i ..„' ^..i :., . tills aft^niooii. Liwrencr PK *1. ;i:ii:nin^ l.iin found no serious in-; jniies Lii- advised him to postpone a scheduled ronfereiic; afternoon. this afternoon, til? president's tnry. was the only one ol tho p.irty (o RO fishinp, Lawreticr Pi-n fy, confidentiiil ser:T- 1« Mrs. Wiilie Cox." it is stated. ; Ed Rice, another voter named in i ! the F.nvficid complain: as having i na poll tax. advised the Courier j j New-; that ho was i;i prr.='"^:->n of | ! a roeript .-l-.o'.vim payivei-.!- of his lax. made out to K. A. Hi,-?. Fin?d fcr Thefi of Ncig'iibov's Vegetables Eiinmons Gets Life (or Killing Elgin Jordan wv • 8 IfO iBJ* 1C S here at 7:15 A. M. today alter a I the lact tv.-o days. Nothing but harrowing night in \vhlch the; the foundation remained, crriv encountered a heavy drift and ' "I'm not riiaWn; any charges," bad weather. i Moore saul ' b'lt ali the ndgh- Thc boat. oiv:ictl by Frederick : bors have loads ct kindling. Colored Smith, wealthy Memphis business : people, have been peddling It all man. \vas in gccrl condition, the over toun." , crew said, and they expected to: expiring today. It arrive in Memphis by noon. They!... .-ii:ary for past gov- j wer e several hours behind schcd- Art ''I'ham S Wi{ n iernqrs to c.xlfiid the t::r.e CO <la s s, ,,]e imviuj planned to arrive at ^; r.. " n ., ia:id It \; brlirvrd Oovernor Par- 'Mi.n-.plns before dav/n I I'llCS i'lVOrCO olllt i nell will cran: the adiiitloml 30 . I ! days. for 30 days has been Is. Wrecked idea or he rru T r-r.inf d Amc"i"?.'i prrr.itlino it. After n-.r*;-.' rrriod of 1WH |i Tnviir. p .vr ha'l an li'T.'.' -i(!-niwte (n sitisfy of o'.'.r mwbtion M^ed r hi-h r:irr"n( Income. 1 Sermons on Love Sloriss Popular .. n ° evidenced stories o: a the in- cus belnj heard OLI 5u::i:.-,v at the First Prea Clarnicc B.-.rnhart was fmrd SlOl LITTLE ROCK. May n. 'UP' — by Ju:l-:c W. I). C-ravetle in ixillce IA jury in the firs! division c! 1'u- cfiir! this iiinrni;-.; on a clrarce of. la^i c i rc ui: court lai! ni-'i; i -tin: 1 , petit inrcr-.jy. Garnlmtt was con-: Charlt? E. Simmons. 24/o[ North victrci c( slc.ilin; a small qimi'.lty' Little Heck gir.!:y of fir=: ri.-jia: cf vrgeta'jles frcm a neighbor's; murder in connection with sarc'ou. | death of Elqin J.ird.iu. 21. :as; 1'ib- ; Into the ri-ht r.: \:.\\ n..:iy. nnd jcntcncocl li:m 'i life' tolescoprr! through ;'. imprisonment. j lance from DirjUcr. krought the Jordan's b?dy was louncl i:i the bctUes l;ere. o:ily two of which river bottoms south-.vest o! hire!were identified. i February 28. Simmons iv.w: arrest- | WASHINGTON. Mav 9 (UP)— lr;1 tr -? following day nnti sisucd a The lr.;rrnr.t:o:iaf Chamber of• confession four days Inter. ~" I DIGHTON. Kans.. May D <UP)— i Six itincraiits \vcre instantly killed : when the Missctiri I'ncific freight | train they vcre ridin: was «Teekcil i Atl ' r sriinusli 117 miles'west of hose tcday. jP- M- Pinitl:. •• S A1I the (Iea-1 «:re ridinj i:i tlisl 1 ™'"" cf "" Gvid Star Is Victor Undertaker Slays Self i in Hudson River Race After Shooting His Wife! MEMPHIS, May 0 (UP)— Arthur Lewis "Arj 1 ' Gilham, nationally pi'f .r.ine-.it i-rooner of love songs nvn as the "Whisp-?rln? ' -. the radio audience, vvas .ndant in a divorce suit International Silver Conterencfi Is Urged .in, J . kr-i • 1'isnifi NEW YORK, May 9 rUP)— W. : r.-'ni'd "Red" Woodwcrtlx. Northwestern Hl'd r,;re tcfiiy. Mrs. Glltimn MALVERN'. Ark.. May 9 (UP)— uiiiversily foctbali player, won Ih? chanrd he abandoned l-.er and his v,\-ir.iJiinf his \vi!e. annual Albany to Nev: York out- children In July. 1030. L-:II:'.V co;cr.cr r.v.d bcarri motorboat maratlion rcics , ownrr cf ^:i u:y!crt^'-:ri' eita'j- . today. •3= | same box car. The journal of the l :l?hmcnl hcro - sl ' rit " r ' ; ki - !c;1 hL \';he • car burned oir a'.ici it nos; dived ! sclf on !ll= t:ni "- street slirr"y _ li.c-.cen cair before micir.i^:: l.-'st r.ieht. An ainbu-! Acccrdiir.: to -AitiKi'SC^ Smith i met his wife, \U:o was rcturr.rrK ; home with several other v,orr,en • from a lodge meeting. A (m:irr;l : I ensued in which S:r,ltli shot his: I n, !\vlfc three Times and then ffiit '—• Luxora Store woodwcrtu drove -hh MISS N Nor- : Memphis Gai War on; l Prices Drop Downward lu three hours and ten minutes. He' istablUhcd a new course record. Tiie old record w.is 3:25:3. ''".'"'. Commerce tcJay sdcir.cd a reSolu- ] st^lc con'.c-.ided Jordan was l!:c vic- P i;^ ,:,,-, rlin natirnc tn pall 01% tiril Oi a gail^ ShODt'll^. Cl.lillUnfif •T.~\~c's lenrlcrsliin sh .,, llri ; ( J. or 'S drrived from Ihe book -Ix)ve Im-o •<-•>".n f-al it w« «v-iid- • ,, rails °' Lo "' A "°" •»' J:>m - s J -. ST. VINCENT. Cape Verde Is!„„ ,^,-' and rmiliraent lo m »,. ; "»">. Ijve sermons have been prc-i lands. May 9. iUP)-Thc Ilyiin , ,,„„.,..,] —,riv in PV »«'! of n-w ! - nnrcd wlllch llwl will! the love s!o- I boat DO-X ren-.aincrl at Bubaqu; •'/«",', toiurd ran-.rd iwo-^"', "? 0[ wcl1 klloml Bltli «' --.-'• sikl. "And i'-.it forei'Tii Cl0rs ' :: : Muien't affird lo hor- ! ' Tllc Perfect love Story" k the r •v-!"r>'-.i<i Knrtrrs c^'i- , l!lolnc lo be discu.vsjd (omorrov.- li-i'vl at the rale of n bil- i cvci >i»3. Special imitalbns Invo ; been scut to all stmienls of the city (Conllnucd on Page llircn) I lilRh scliooi. MEMPHIS. May 9 (UP)-Gaso- in? prices droppid here today for Marshal Eldridge Bonon trail-i' he " llrti ' llrie tf - !s >' e:ir u ' lln cuts m-. the winner by one minute. v,- a - : frran pr.e to two cen:s. The low rt-cond. Wa;t3r \Vide-rcu of Gir P''"" e °' crude oil and local Inde- Lcn? I-iinnrt was third and pei^er.! comptt.'-lon were given as •<* Colonel Tooey. New York' founn reasons fcr tlic reduced prices of LUXORA. Ark.—Mrs. Helen Kurtz! and physicians said her cor.ditbn ( j ;14 cents per ga'.lcn fcr plain and ' 17 cents for l-.igh tesr. Several iudcper.d'nts. however, were, selling it for 13 and 16 cent.-,. Tho p:!crs include a 5 cent state tas. [bullets Into his own bcdy. The bill- Cove. i lets lodged In Mrs. Smith's hick Representative Alexander j Si >m M i /-v i ri L i -tore for tbe :re53es UsCCOla UUOlnre leaving ck Promised for Preakncss Stakes vh tim:e '.o [early next for BALTIMORE, May S. (UP) — .- = : r.v years. They Heihwo.xl, Cai.. i-'iicre trey will j Brilliant spring sunshine was rip O.ar- .today aw.iiti:K favorable wcatV.er to OSCEOLA, Ark-, May 9—Repre-i make their fuf.:ic :ic::i>. altenip: a traiis-Atbntic cro«i:i;.-sriitativc R. E. Alexander of nly- . |track A 5?mp storm prevented depar- i lh:vii:e addressed the Osccnli Civ-1 MEMPHIS Mav 9 (UP)— To- lure oi th? HO-X yesterday after Ic Club at the regular luiifhton day's meanest thlol '.v.i= Mici by po- a message from Dwbaq'.ic rcporlrrl nietlltig. dlscussin? rcccul le.iisia-1 hce to be the roblh-r who broke 'afternoon, rraiialure'.y ihe nyin-5 hmt lurl (ion passed by Ihe general u«o:ii-i n dr ,, g s[orc wjll(![)w am , sto , c $3M j Th( , ^ ^ clom , |ess nnd slartod on Ihe night. ,bly. worth of Molher's l).iy candy. Former Sheriff Freed j in Liquor Selling Case. CLARKSVILLE. Ark.. May 9 (UP)—SlicrilT D. B. BnrtUtt of ' Johnson county was exhouerated WEATHER' ARKANSAS—Fair, cool'r in cost idly drying out the Plmlica race <\ ng YlquorWa j'ur'y'Tn cireult'coiirt i |wt!c 'I, / cnl ? 1>t: £llnd ^ Ialr > fe this morning and a fast track - late yesterday- i £omcwh « warmer. t0 j weather warm. "I tcsllmony of a former deputy slur- observer, Charier, Phillips Jr., t:e lift r.nd former rteputy constable,m'nimum temperature here yester- (he j who served under Bartlett. The- clay was 52 degrees and the maxi- I former shrritf <lenkd the charere: j nmm 7iJ dfarpps, clear.

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