The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1931 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 22, 1931
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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NKWSPAPER. OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDFTION VOL. XXVIII—NO. 50' LEE'S FIEHTEBS 10 MEET III AT Thinning Gray Ranks to Gather at the First Confederate Capital. BY (HIV HAMILTON (United Press Staff Correspondent) ATLANTA, Oa.. May 22. (UP) — Veterans of 'the Confederate army, all of them Hearing the end of life, are looking forward with tile fame old eagerness this .year lo joining comrades at their annual Southern reunion. They have planned for Ihe same Irip, failh- fully. every year since the custom was bpjjun in the nineties, and all of them plan to attend the gathering until the time comes to join their fellow soldiers who are dead. The tri|i across the Southern states will be hard on thc 2.500 veterans who will assemble In Montgomery. Ala., on June 'J of tliis year. But many of the old soldiers have said. "We would rather die at a . reunion than anywhere else in the world." Frequently they get. their wish. Colorful Chiefs Gone There are no more of the colorful leaders of the Confederacy al Ihe gatherings, and at the annual muster not a general answers the roll call. There are a few colonels. a few majors and caplains. The rest are men who Joined the gray ranks as boys during the last days of Ihc Civil War. Men older at the time have already passed away, for the war was fought two-thirds of a century ago. , The reunion this year will be in the old capitol of the Confedsracy where Jefferson Davis and a cabinet of Southern leaders sat and di- recled the Confcdcrat? States' fight lor existence. Thc men who fought from laiil to 1BG5 for secession from the Union will visit the historic old capitol where thr- Confederale Congress 'held its deliberations. They will see Ihe old home which served as the White House of the Southern nation. Quarters for them will be provided in Sidney Lanier High School, where the desks-of students will be supplanted by rows of army cots. Last year the old men slept under cam'ts, -In- urmy fashion", o.v -i'At- shores of the Gulf of Mexico at Bi'.oxi. As usual the Sons of Confederate Veterans, ladies' Memorial Association, aand other patriotic organizations will join in caring for the old soldiers, helping them have a good time. Government military units will take part in the celebration, and even the United States army military band will be present to' play for soldiers who once fought against the army ol the United States. To Hold Ball There will be addresses and business sessions in Ihe mornings and afternoons, as usual. In the evenings the veterans will hold a ball, the Sons of Confederates another, and all organizations will join in merriment. Musicians will play the old tunes to which thc men marched off behind Lee in 1861. "The Bonnie Blue Flag" will be' heard again. So will "The Girl I Left Be- hlr.d Me." and "Dlx*' the martial lune which has acquired a spiritual value in the South. At those balls' old legs which once tramped in the columns of Jackson, and straddled S[H?eay cavalry horses, will swing blithely again to old-time jigs. Although state organl?atlons had held previous reunions. Ihe first Southern gathering lo be held by thc United Confederate Veterans occurred in the early nineties. As many as twelve or fifteen thousand of the "boys in gray," together with the most beautiful belles of Dixie used to attend. Now the ranks arc thinning more and more rapidly Veterans of the Civil War who join Bayly in the celebralions of one year are more than likely to have heard laps before another is over Governor B. M. Miller will welcome them to Montgomery this year. There has been talk of doing away with reunions now because of the Increasing feebleness of the sol- drers But thff soldiers themselves want to keep on going. They will as long as they cnn. Memphis Bank Employe Is Killed By Train MEMPHIS. May 22. (UP)-John R. Conners, 47. assistant cashier of the Norlh Memphis Savings bank was killed here early today In front ' of a Southern railroad switch engine. Reports of the accident were confusing and police began an Investigation, lie Is said to have walkM Biythevllle Courier. BijrtlwvUle Dally New§, -'-•-— Herald. Mlalglppl Valley Leader. BI,YTIIKVI[.I,H, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY K, 1<);U May Head Vets 'Jne or Mie oldftst citizens ot Mem- I'hls. L\i[itain C. A. Di'Srnissiirc.'! •il-ovc. is mentioned us UK. camll- iliitc mosi likely 10 be elected roiiiinamler of <],(. Confederate Vou-raiis when they me e i „[ Moil ,. nonary. Ala.. Jjnt J. in,- tlieir annual reunion. Look for 100 or 150 at C. of C. Supper Tonight Between 100 ami 150 Hlylhcvllle business and professional men will attend.the supper and entertainment which Hie Chamber of Commerce will give Ionian at the City Hall auditorium, it Is indicated by advance ticket sales. The supper will be served a( ti:M and will lie :i program of entertainment .and talks, including a discussion by live .speakss whose names have nut been revealed of "What's the matter with Ulylhcvlllc?" HE'S NOT PE11 But Federal Investigator Is Not Satisfied \Villi Story He Tells. )ays Receivership Handicaps Him in Straightening Out His Affairs. STUTTGART. Ark.. May 22. .(UP —A. U. McOili, Stuttgart miller who returned here -Monday after disappearing for a week during which time affairs of the McGill brothers mill of which he was half owner became involved, said today lhat he was hampered in his efforts to untangle his affairs by Ihe receivership and involuntary bankruptcy petition on flic in Little Rock. The miller said he did no', have access to the mill records and that he could not determine a course to follow until he had Investigated Ihe firm's accounts since filing of Ihe petitions. He indicated the mill will not operate for at least two weeks. Bu r '^ess was suspended after filing •QfSSLc petition*. McGill said the'mill's annual business amounted to nearly two millions and that he was anxious to resume operations as rice farmers in this section were reported suffering from the suspension. "My hands are literally tied a::d at present I am unable to say Just what I will do," lie said. Stuttgart business men and rice farmers arc cooperating with McGill in an effort to straighten out the mill's affairs. SAN FRANCISCO, May 22. (UP) —Federal department of justice agents today entered the ca=e ol Frank J. Moran, arrested here in the belief he is George W. E. I'cr- ry, "Wisconsin Bluebeard." wanted for the slaying of his bride. Mrs. Cora nellc Hackett Perry. | Ixiuis Wine, federal investigator, questioned Moran but drew from him only a repetition of denials previously made to iwlice. Wine said the spot near lac dii Flam- heau. Wis., where Mrs. Ilacketi was shot to death last July, was on an Indian reservation. Mcran told Wine he was in New Oilcans at.the lime of the shooting. Wine said, hr/wevcr, Moran could give no address and he was dissatisfied with the explanation. San Francisco police were noil- fled that Los Angelas authorities were Investigating a telegram found In Perry's automobile when the latter was 'in Blytheville, Art:., last October. The message wan addressed (o Louise Kieffer. Pasadena, and said "Fleas? attend to my request at once by ret'.irn wire. Leaving Saturday. George Perry." Police were holding Moran pending word from Wisconsin authorities as to thc results of finger print and photograph tesls being . made in an attempt to establish that Moran is (lie missing man. IEUUHE MJOTELl 1 Candidate f o r Judge Charged with Murder of Two Los Angeles Men. I.OS ANGELES, May 32 (UP) — Sensaticnal revelations in tin- slnylng ot two men, :i pollllclan and n newspaperman, were promised loday by Uavld H. Clark, former deputy district attorney wlm is held on murder charges in connection with Ihe double staying. Claik who Is 11 candidate for a munclpal Judgeshlp received newspapermen In his jail cell today and declined to discuss lh? slaylnij of Charles Crawford, political boss, and Herljcn Six?ncer, mngay.ine editor, other limn tu promise he would have ";i lol lo tell" later. Clark, unshaven and with circles under his eyes, walked into the hall ol justice shortly before midnight last niglit and surrendered lo Chief Investigator Blayney Matthews of | the district attorney's office, whom he had previously telephoned. EMTOilTO No Funds Available fon Spring Term of Civil! Court at Osceola. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Sails Raised on Old Ironsides OSCEOLA, Ark.— While jurors have been summoned for the annual term ot the civil division,of circull court scheduled to convene here Monday, It is believed they May Delay Contracts For Roads ROCK, May K. ail') — A report was circulated here today that the .stale highway comniKslo:i was considering delaying the letting of conlrarls for n highway construction projects Involvlm; expenditure of approximately $1.300.000. 11 Ids were submitted yesterday and contracts were scheduled lo b? awarded this morning. The commission was closeted behind closed doors at noon and no woik had been let. According to report.s '.lie commission was considering holding up the contracls unlll additional (imds were available. More than 100 bids were submitted at yesterdays meeting for 3," feet of steel nnd cnnm-le tildRcwork, eixht miles of eoncrole paving and 157 mllrs of asphai: >avlng. The projects are .scattered over 20 counties. Says Movies Endanger will be dismissed on thc first day recotl(mionc ., of court due to the lact lhat > no | r ™'»"™»«i tunris arc on hand to defray tha expense of holding the term. ' It lias been the custom when funds were exhausted to hold court and cover ll-c expense with a deficiency appropriation when the Quorum Court met In the fall, but County Judge 2. 'B. -Harrison is said to disapprove this precedent "Aye, her tattered ensign down—" but Uiey didn't. ucc.iusc thousands of school children ail over UK country contributed their nlckles and dimes to save gallant Old Ironsides, shown above, as Ihu first sail was being raised at Ihe Boston navy yard where she Is being reconstructed. Tha 134-year-old frigate—U. B. S. CousUlullon-Is being aijd It is hoped that by July she will be shlp- L, M. Ross, Former Courier j Editor, Goes to Colorado . L. M. Ross, for years owner and O...M ^ U.^IMU.U „,„ ,,, cl ,vu<!iii, editor of the Courier News, has and it is believed the local bar '• gone to Fort Collins, Col., where he will concur with him In recom-jis to be engaged in the newspaper mending- that jury trials be contih- business. ucd for the term. • ;JL A native of Corral, III.; Mr. Ros? Such cases, as may be heard «•-• came lo Blytheville 20 years ago fore the Judge will be tried' and' when he purchased the Courier, friilrl'e Mont 1 I'f one J llry ' lici1 set for hearing next! then a small weekly sheet. Later ^ni!(l S mental LIie< ilV eck will be had, the contestants! when the paper was consolidated BUFFALO. N. Y. (UP)—The 9.000.000 children in the United States who are amotiir the weekly moving picture attendance, are subjecting agreeing to pay the jury Jees.'with the Herald News and publlsh- Thai Is the case of M. T. Rlalles vs. Kansas City Shook & Mfg. Co. ?,Ir. Rialles, represented by Uruce Ivy of Osccola, is suing the Kan- lieves. "Motion pictures make the children think of fhe wrong things to do," she told a parent's meeting Sunnnrt PMcrari *"«, ! hcre rcceml i'- "The child's mental support rieaged tor !n fc is alll . cted seuousiv m- tn™,." Ihemselves to dangerous inlluences, sas City firm for damages amount- Mrs. Doro'.hy Simon of Buffalo be-1 ing to $20.000 for injuries receiv- ed dally, he continued as editor. Seven years ago he sold the paper to Edgar G. Harris and '.I.;tired from active business. Caruthersville College CARUTHESiSVILLE. Mo.. May 23 —As a result ol a drive by a specially appointed committee, Caruthersville is assured of thc continuation of the Carutr-.ersville Junior college here. At a meeting of the Caruthersvile board of education. plans for the financing of the ii> I stitutlon for another school term were discussed ami it was found that sufficient amounts in pledges had been entered for another year school activity. A lolal of £5,455 has been subscribed to the college funds and other pledges in various forms submitted to supplement this amount. Two additional scholarships at S120 each have also been received and it was thought little trouble \von!.1 be experienced in raking t h e amount necessary above what has already been pledged to the year's work. Enough confidence was had in it. at any rate, that n corps ol teachers was employed ycsler- day. Army Plane Wrecks As Armada Reaches New York NEW YORK, May 22. (UP)—A Douglass biplane crashed In Sikorski gulley on Long Island while landing al Hoosevclt Field with the first group of the army air corps j ed while he was In the company's employ at their plant at Wilson, Ark., last winter. He claims loss of the use of his right hand after blood poisoning set In following an injury received in the mill, and also alleges injuries to his back. J. T. Coston of Osceoja is representing the defendant manufacturing co-jmny. Judge O. E. Keck ol Blytheville will preside at the Attempts Suicide After Attacking Wife, Children DRACUT, Mass.. May 22. (UP) — In what police described as a jealous rage Leroy Skillings. 55, attacked all members ol his family with a hammer today, killin™ his young son. probably fatally injuring his wife and a daughter, and then attempting suicide. Leroy B. Skillings. 10. died of skull wounds shortly after reaching a hospital at Lowell. Mrs. Nellie Skillings. 55. and Catherine. 6, were ' reported near death at the same institution. Skillings himself was taken lo thc hospital alter shs'ii- ing his wrist with a razor bul doctors believed he would recover. Planter Killed Self Is Coroner's Verdict following jurors have been term. The summoned: Petit jurcu: W. R' Allen. J. H. Lovewcll. E. H. Stephens, H. J. Hale. D. S. Lniuy, T. W. Potter, C. planes to arrive In New York to- L - Uore . c - u Drake, A. F. Splcse, :L DORADO, Ark., May 22. (UP) —Coroner T. E. Uarton returned a verdict of death by suicide in thc case of Lee Simpson, 47, prominent 'armer. whose body was discovered n a Ihickel near his home at Lawson early today. Simpson's throat was slashed and his jugular vein severed. The body was found by a search- ng party formed at thc suggestion of Simpson's wife. She said he had been ill 'for several weeks. day. of Osceola; John Seaton Jr., J. C. Flees Captors, Breaks Legs Manila Sunday School to Give Special Program MANILA. Ark.—A special program In which the entire Sunday- school will lake part will be presented Sunday evening at Ihe Methodist church here. The services will begin al 7;45. Old Time Fiddler Will Over KLCN Saturday Gus Counts, of FarmlngtoK, Mo., who has participated in a numb:r of old fiddlers', conlests. will broadcast over KLCN Saturday, beginning at 11:30 a. m, with Miss Margaret Mcn-itl his accompanist Mr. Counts will of by-gone days. "Trix," O'.vTicd by Mrs. Marie Limn of Los Angeles, Is patiently watting until the moment splints can be re moved from his broken legs. Miss- -iMcDanlel, J. N. Hunt, R. T. Ballew, F. O. Anders, Walter Per:r.en- ler, H. P. Worsley, E. M. McDonald of Lnxora; J. F. Tompkins of Burdetto; Walter Marlheny, A. L. Wells and Harley Crews of Eto- ivah; C. L. Ashmore of Driver; O. M. Hill of Marie; J. E. Counts, R. J. Cullom and A. J. Landrum of Wilson; G. W. Adams, J. T. Lee, L. p. Burns, C. L. Denlon of Joiner; E. M. Norton and It. L.Speck of Frenchman's Bayou; Jesse Clinton of Bassett and R- C. Branch and Jack. Uzzell of Pecan Point. Alternate jurors: H. V. Cartwright and B. A. Cox of Osceola; Dave Richards and A. W. Woodson of Luxora; W. A. Parker of Basselt ami Claude Stillman Jr, of Little River. Lynch Sees Gradual Return of Prosperity OSCEOLA, Ark., May 22.—B. A. Lynch, Blytheville banker ar.d recently elected president of the Arkansas State Bankers Association, talked at the regular luncheon meeting of the Osccola Civic dub yesterday on the present business outlook for the state. •Mr. Lynch forecast a relurn to prosperity but stated that a change for the betler would not strike the country with the suddenness that the depression descended, but would rather be a sane adjustment of expenditure to income resulting In material and permanent Improve ment In all business conditions. Paramount-Publix Cuts Salaies of All Employes accompanist. ! ing for a week, the dog was appar-, NEW YORK, May 22. (UP)play familiar airs!ently stolen, bul escape! probablv Paramount-Piibltx corporation ha jby a flyin gleap, fracturing both ! reduced thc salaries of all employes ie is the guest of his brother-, rorolegs. A kindly doctor put splints j five lo twenty-five per cent, accord- IV, ^' e ° Bart"""! and i on the legs and returned "Tri.x" to. Ing to the amount paid. it. was an- Preacher Pleads Guilty to Dry Law 'Violation WINSTON-SALEM. N. C.. May 22 <UP)—The ncv. Tom "Thunderbolt" Pardiie. evangelist and former Baptist minister, tcday was un- iTr sentence of eight, months on he reads after pleading guilty to charges of violating thc prohibition law bifore Judge Wilson War"Ick In Forsylh county court. Oarvcy W. Pardue. the minister's ,'oung son. pleaded not gntlty to STEEL MEET Slate Commissioner Sucks Judgments for .Money Due Bank of Leacliville, Walter E. Taylor, slale banking commissioner, has filed suit in circuit court here against J. F. mid Earl Roderick, president and cashier lusucctlvoly of Ihc defunct Bank of Iicachvlle. seeking: judx- menl for approximately $4.103 on notes made by Ihc defendants to Ihe bank. Tlw suit contains three counts each alleging n note past due. The [list count Is ngalnst Earl Roderick for $440 on n note due last year, according (o the complaint. The second count Is against both Earl and J. F. Roderick on a note for. S437.W nnd the third' count Is against J. F. Roderick on a note for $3,300. . : Eujtcno Sloan, Joncsboro attorney, filed the suit In behalf of Ihe slate banking commissioner. IV ililelieni Leader's Op-; 1 ! i.misin Not Fully Shared , by Fan-oil of U. S. Steel. r:?.W YORK. May 22 (UP)— Two.,; views of the economic; status nnci •; ititiirc of the steel Industry' were • presented to Iho American iron-. uti'l E ; i».-l (intitule today by Charl- -J f" M'. :'• hwp.b, chairman of the V r- I.!, '. • wed . ...foonuloa. and .1 '..!.-?s / '•':!; rell, president of the '- : <J. S. Si'. • irr-orntlon. ' •. ' Se'iwnb .: vi'rily cipllmislle and A belle* cs tin "can lie cheer- :'• cd by llu; kno'j/.dge th-it the tide ; is cominx In." Farrpll said l-i; does -, not believe the leaders In thc'steel'. industry arc doing a good job and ' : unless "we do a belter Job some- ., thins. is BOtnR to happen." Parrell said lie believed the' stcf-l Induslry "should take; 'the.:'; risk c.l closing down rather thai) v i to waste our raw materials," . '.; . . . Schwab .aid Hie sled Industry ••' . IMS not »i ' wages and will contln- :•' 'ic lo sl:.iiu by Its workmen. WJillo . i !.itcssing not to give counrel\to •= - • . •! lines of business his address '•• n> clear his conviction that - iij's p.reater efficiency in op- ' oration Are"i!r.nn wages generally V. can be sla.>,r>nl. .'._• Farrell in . tin leaders to pay attention ti dchwab's advice and ' said he wished he hat) Ihc power '. (a bring about rehabilitation of '•'. the Induslry. •'• '••.'" Arkansas' first highway. This organization, which Is sponsoring thc unveiling, purchased the marker to be placed on the point of Highway 1C where, it interjects tlia old military road. The marker which will stand n? a monumr-nt to thc old original dirt road, is the first project completed by the William Strong chapter In thc preservation ot hlstorl- cal spots. The program for the unveiling will begin at 3 o\lock with Judge Frank Smith, of Little Rock, a justice of thc Arkansas Supreme court, as Ihe principal speaker. Dwighl 1 H. Biackwood, highway commissionsr of Arkansas, will extend the greetings of his department, Mrs. Allen Cox, of Helena, a slate officer of the n. A. R. will represent Ihe state organtzallon and greetings from the national D. A. R. will be given by Mrs. Thomas Slgrnan, of Monlicello. Wreallis arc to be placed on the marker by representatives from D. A. R. chapters at Joncsboro, Helena and Marianna. Music for the occasion will be furnished by the Forrest City brass band and the drum and bugle corps of Memphis post no. !, American Legion. _ .... . ... . .... .. The old military road, the ex- simtlar charges and was bo:md I Istencc of which this marker will ,__ .. .... .. . uetnate, Kas ball!, by thc United States government for the pri- Many From Here Expected to Attend D. A. R. Cere-' mony at Marion. Members of the William Slron? chapter of the D. A. R. and frlendsi drllt college. Comvay, was present of the chapter who live here willl c ' d Sunday In Joint piano recital go to Marion Sunday for thc for-|Elvcn by him and Miss -Helen mal unveiling of the bronze and Towner, daughter of Prof. Clem A concrete maiker to be placed on To ™er, he; *,,N v JHi!l Jr.iAppeal^- .,-. in Recital 1 af Hendrix CONWAY, Ark.-R. N. Hill Jr., Blytheville student attending Hen- over for I rial at the next term ol couit. Police recently found nine ;allons of liquor under Pardue's Mrs. Sankie Matheny Dies at Her Home Here Funeral services will re held tomorrow morning at Hazel. Ken- lucky, for Mrs. Sankie Mattvrny, 54. who succumbed at her home. 809 Lakfl streit. nt 7:30 o'clock fast night following a Ion? illness. Mrs. Matheny Is survived by two daughtsrs, Mrs. Eupal Robinson and Mrs Pauline Norsworlhv, and three cons. Jack, Carlos nnd Anderson Matheny. Interment will be made nt the Hazel cemetery following thc ser-. u . tvl „.„ vices at 11 o'clock. Funeral plans [ by the truck arc in charge of the Cobb Un-1 derUiklng comivmy. mary purpose of transporting the Chickasaw an dChoctaw Indians from Mississippi to Indan Territory, now Ihc state of'Oklahoma. The pilgrimage started iif 1832 and. due to the hardships suffered by the Indians over the long route under military escort, they designated the road as "The Trail ot Tears." iad of Ihe Hcndrlx Conservatory of Music. Mr. Hill has appcar.xl on numerous programs given by HcndrK students this year. He played with tli^ orchestra as well as two solos on the annual tour made by •tneTroubadours thlsyear. The Troubadours are compered of the band, orchestra, n male tiuartct. and vocal soloists. Mr. Hill acts as accompanist for several violin and vocal soloists on Ihe campus. Firestone Predicts Steady Betterment OGDEN, Utah. iui>>—No sharp upturn but a gradual business improvement Is apparent throughout the nation, according lo Harvey S Fireslonc. rubber magnate. "This slow but steady process." he said, "will serve effectively le build a firm foundation for Ihc complete return for prosper!'^'." Firestone was en route to L-,; Angeles from Akron, O. Noble Gill to Receive , Degree from Hendrix CONWAY. Ark. — Noble Cliil. graduate of BtylhevlHcj high school. and who Is now t\ senior in He:s- drix college, Conway. will receive his A. B. degree In June. He has already |»ssed tho oral nxainlna- tlon in history, his major subject. Bcsldfs bei ranking lii^h in scholar member o[ tho Mu Lack of City License •. ..: Results in $7.50 Fine Roy Hirlclns, until 'recently: ah'/:-Ice erean. vendor, was fined $7.5Q by----' Judge W. D. Gravetle in-police;-; court this m -mlng on a charge of -.' failure to pay city prlvllege--llcense..' : 1 It Huvikms pays the fine It will be;;, accepted as license payment for the-, first hclf ol the : .year and-he wllH" h," allnv..,' to operate bis business.'. A 14-year-old youth was released'"; on order of'the court offer. enl«r- :: Ing a pleu of guilty to a charge of,: piht larceny, lie admitted x t'ne!t of.' a pUi-'wt' knives from-: i\-l ocai->chslti.:'- sloio. On InVesCgatloi. Judg'e'Grav- " ctte found the olfenss to be the first one by the boy and after admon- .• Ishlng the defendant ordered him. • • released. Yesterday Grace Croft was fined S50 on a charge of possession ot ln : • : toxlcallng liquor for the. purpose Quiet Restored Alter -•'-• Cuban Revolt Outbreak HAVANA. Cuba, May 22. (UP) — Suppression of Cuba's revolution-, - ary flare-up appeared complete'.'today with reports from all points Indicating that quist had becri're- stored. . . - ,. Underlying thc. surface calm, however, was a tension attributed]- bv governmental authorities to the •i;posi;icm's cflorts to keep the na>':on in a condition of alarm and It. Wiis- indicated that revocation -of ecu.'itulional guarantees might be expelled to follow any new disorders. . . Mayor Will Enforce Manila Traffic Laws MANILA. Ark— Gib Wilborn, Ihe nifi-'ov •-.' Manila, h?> cerved notice m .1: ; ' aiM on 1 ••!' towi- n-.olor- ;.-• :h; i v-t a far .\\-iol- 1 ,-.- fallui riisi^rve local traffic iaws. Mew slgi'3 have been plarea At u j loioonvtlon limits at each end of Mr. n street and the law will be waiting for those who fail to obey them. Ti.e Lions club at a meeting yes- tcrjay al the Masonic hall pledged cooperation to the mayor In his campaign against IraHir law vio- .- lator.,. ™inj. LKIIIK u uiuuutfr ui me. IMU < p» . . _ .. . Sigma Chi. Hendrix chapter of t!,< ' UllCajO S blinking - scholastic fraternities of the Sou::. scnoiastic iraiernities of the Sont:. Pi . n t i_ he is a leader In campus activities tmpiOJ'CS IO KeSUtnC JODS During the past semester he was president .of fhe Harlan, Literary Pccicty and w?s active in Y. M Hold Truck Driver In C. A. work. Mr. Gill has einb- Death of Little Girl EL DORADO, Ark., May 22. (UP) —J. C. Plcklc-r, oil company driver, was under arresl today on manslaughter charges following thc death of Nina Boyce. 0. Thc girl died shortly after being run over n by Plcklcr. Hundreds of Co-Eds Work at Iowa State Eric Martin Smith New EngKsh Amateur Champ I State college earned a tolal ot SIC,WESTWARD 110. England. May 1379 toward their college expenses, lishcd a reputation as an outstanding debater by his work on the debating teams of Hendrix for s:r- eral years. Take Door and Windows While Household Sleeps JUAREZ. Mcx. (UP)—Palrcclnlc Ruiz forgot lo lock two windows and a door In his house here one nlghl before he retired. Ruiz Is a sound sieeper. .ICAGO, May 22^ (UP)—More . 3000 employes who struck n prot:-t at Meyor Anton J. Cernak's e .-n .!>»• i-rogram announced today tr.oy :'. j return to work at once i .n,.-; iiad [irmly Informed the; 1 , -ti.o unions are not joing to run the city." The walkcut, whM. i^ermak characterize*! as a p- '-al conspiracy Kid ,1:. iStcmpt 05 former admlnls- Irallo • T.ploycs to hang onlo their Jcbs, lasted only a day. family. I Mrs. l,unn. nounced today. 22 (UP)—Eric Martin Smith of Royal St. Gforges succeeded Bobby Jones as British nnnleur itolf according to Frances Sims, personnel director. From clorkinz in lo:al stores to championship by winning his final , tending babies was on the list ol 36-hole match with John G. De j ways and means. MoM of thc girls Forest of Addlngton today. Tlie score was one up. j however, waited tables or perfofm- [ed other lilnds nf housework. missing from his ho::se. He askerl Juarez police to aid him In local- Ins the missing articles and thc thief. • Six machine guns can be carrie:! by a new single-seater flghlins plane recently tesled in England. It will <lo 200 milra mi hour, V/EATHER ARKAf.3A.---Fair, colder, probably light fi 5t In exposed places In nort'i pc -Ion; Saturday fair, rising ij-nppvatiirvs In west and north portions. Accon:-i-v to the official weather ebscrvt: ''larlcs Phillips jr.. She maximi.,,1 icmpcrat'.;c hero yesterday was 76 degrees and the minimum 50 decrees, clear. Today a year atjo the maximum was 84 nnfl th»> rnlntmum 63 Atsrfnt,

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