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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 3, 1932
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X MARCH 3, 1032 _4LYlHteVILLE. HELD 10 GRAND JURY FOR ISSIULT TO KILL seals No Defense at Preliminary I {canny. I Sam Hnmra went to Memphis | Sunday and were accompanied. I home by Mr. Hanira, who hac j been under the care of an specialist. His condition Is much Improved. Mr. unct Mrs. n. C. Steclc sr., i Harold Sleele, Louise Stoele, Mr •and Mrs. K. c. Slcele Jr, and j daughter Mary Elizabeth motored I to Blyllicville Sunday. 1 Misses Aruell Kinnlnsham and n i i o , ' n Mary Jaiii) Latham of Blytheville Koselanci Storekeeper 1 re- ™-o guests or MISS coidu M«r- 1 | shall Sunday. Funeral services were held ut the Church of Christ Monday for | John Ellsha Bailey, who was klll- ltd Saturday when rim over bv n Offering no defense to the i small truck near his home ' on .state's charge that without [irovo- i Highway 01, north of Sleele The cation he fired upon and wound-! Rev. Mr. Slricklln officiated He Is rd three men mar his Roseland; survived by his wife anil daugli. mure Saturday night, C. G. Evans, .ter. Ihree sons, his mother anil Hoselniid poslmasler. was held lu several brothers iiiul sisters ' the grand jury following a pro-1 limlnary hearing this mornhvj. Evans was released undor $1.0001 bond set by Municipal Judge Ivy W. Crawford. ' | Claude F. Cooper, defense conn- i sel. made no effort to offer any defense to the charge of assault with intent to kill, and seemed to re- Bard the preliminary only as a Mls ' J - H Cramer was hos'.ess place to make ihe state slw its lo lllc Friendly Five Bridge club hand. Neill Reed, deputy prose- i at Mor ai'artmenls In Ihe J. s. cinnr. Indicated, however, lhat tho | W cs " n " 1'ome Monday evening, slate had only partially repealed ! Mrs - w - J - Don 's received dainty Hayti Society—Personal linen 'prize. handkerchiefs high sere "rlils seemed lo lie borne out by (he few witnesses (he stale presented (o link the Roseland postmaster hy iy a circumstantial chain with tlic shooting of three men, who sought to nrouse some one near the store to obtain gas for their far. Victim Testifies Clarenc; Bunch, local man, shutting plainly marks of the shot- liun cluirycs which struck him. was (he first stntr witness. He related how with his Eon. Garland and another young man, T. Wright.! . . . , had walked to the Kosclaml store i e< ' b " 51ll « s '" M<M«P»l!i- supply i H ' • Llles "turned home Mon- II. T. Byars, paits man, and J. McDonald, who is foreman of the Dorris .Motor Company, attended a Chevrolet meeting at Maiden Thursday evening. Jimmy Iff, small son of Mr. nnd Mrs. U. li. SfcCl.inalian is ill with the flu. D. W. Ball and Guy Walking were in Memphis Tuesday. The former visited his daughter, Mrs. [Alpha Lee Hnrtz of West Mein- jphls. while Mr. Wathins transact- to obtain sns M'!J°H their ran out oil Hitjluvay 18 near Roseland, tic said a negro pointed out to him tho home of the storekeeper, across (he hlgliu-ay nnd railroad that parallels the road from Ihe store. He said that with his companions he had just started diagonally across the highway toward a light in Evans' home when a shot was fired, followed almost immediately by a second. Part of Ihe first load hit Bunch in lira stomach and (he second struck him in the lace. Asked on cross- I'.xatmnalion if he noticed where tile first shot came from Bunch replied lie Irad not. but thai the ACC- nnd shot was fired from near the edge of a box car on the railroad track belv/ecn the store nnd service station nnd Evans' home. Tells of Invr.sli&ralion Shorin W. W. Shaver and Deputy John Mcllancy testified as to their investigation of tlic shooting which rrenltud in Evans' arrest. When they questioned Evans upon liielr'arrival at the scene the next day the postmaster said he knew nothing of tho shooting until that momms. the officers suited. Asked if lie had a shot gun, Evans admitted he had, and when asked if it had been used recently first replied it had not and later said he had loaned It lo a negro the day before and the latter might have fired it. Sheriff Shaver testified. Tin-officers found the shot gun, which the sheriff said bore evidence it had been "fired within 24 hours" and n box of shells in Evans' home. The brass butts of two hnlf burned shells ware raked out of a heating stove in Evans' home by Deputy lUcHancy, the officers declared. Confronted ivith the two shells Evans professed 1s- nunmcc as to their presence in the stove, the investigators ."aid. Evans, a middle aRctl man, sat rinictly by his counsel during the hearing. He listened intently to the testimony but roused from Ills hlcm-lipped silence only once ivhcji he wliiFixircd a word I ohis attorney when sheriff Shaver told of the discovery of 11:; two shell bulls in his stove. Steele Society- —Personal Announccmcms have hccn rc- veivcd here of the inarriae: of Miss Flora Wocdard and Alfred I'o^rilc.s, the ccrcninny havlni; been performed al St. Louis January 25.- day from Memphis where he has been visiting his mother Mrs. Fannie Liles. 1 Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Htiyne mo'.or- cd to Hector, Ark., Sunday and visited Mrs. ILoguc's nnclo nnd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Robinson. Mrs. Jessie Watkins and daughter Anna Sue and Fred Caluert of Memphis, Term., spent Sunday with Mrs. Watkins' mother, Mrs. Cora Hencau and Janiily. Anna Sue remauied here with her grandmother. Will Ilulchinson of Hiirrisbureh, 111., spcn$ a few days here the latter part of last week visiting in the home of Judge and Mrs. J. K. Duncan. On his return Saturday Mr. Duncan drov c him as lar as St. Louis, retuniing home Sunday. Mrs. I. D. McDcrniU and children spent Saturday in Blytheville with her mother, Mrs. G. W. Har- rinijton. Ward J. Dorris and A. L. TJndc:'- hill made a' business trip lo Memphis Tuesday. Mrs. J. \v. Johnson was in St. Louis last Thursday. While there she visited Mrs. Elinor Grass- well. Miss Blossom Christopher, who works at the Frisco station. lc!', for St. Louis Saturday evening to visit friends and relatives. Mesdames James Kahn. Graber, Ij^o Baldoul and sons Henry and Morris, and Messrs. Joe Roscnbmg and Herman Sachs of Kcnnett visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kohn Sunday evening. Miss Belle Wigdor. who has lrec n the guest of her sister. Mrs. Joe Kohn, reluriHd lo her home al Charleston Friday. Mrs. Marion Stanfteld of Chaf- fcc was here Saturday visiting former Hayti friends. Iva Talum of Clarkton was business visitor here Monday. The Hcv. J. D. Tuss?y of St. Louis visited in the home of Itev. and Mrs. J. R. Hullington Sun day. Mrs. j. L. Davis, who has been ill with llu is able to be up now. Mr. and Mrs. Will Calvert. who have been visiting in thj home of 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Golden, lelt ! for their home at Baton Rou?c, Ija.., Salrday, Mrs. Calvert is Mrs. i Goldcn's sister. Tom V. Ellzcry of Oklahoma City. Okla., visited in the hoim of Ihc Ilcv. and Mrs. J. R. Bullinij- ton Sunday J. W. Clarner of Greemvay. Ark.. vlsllorl Ills fiaughtcr Mrs. J. w, Mrs. I'ngril-.-, is the daughter of Gc ' (lc " /''"'lay. Mr. and Mrs Mack Wrxxlard, for- 1 Ro f r ' "astmRs of Horncrsville merly of here but now ot w . w»s h«c Tuesday vism,, B fricnrts Lords. She attended the local Mrs - Shifty Winters i, ill with hish school and made her home a " * Uack of n "- lirrc until about two years atjo. She is a sisl^r of Mrs. .Johnnie l)r:sto«- of this GOiiimunity. Mr. Pogriles is employed by a cartncnl. manufacturing company at St. Loux. • • • The Woman's Missionary society of the Methodist church met in the home of Mrs. Ncwbcrry John.^on Monday ait-crnoon with 15 memlxrs and two visitors in attendance. The visitors were Mrs. If. L. Ycaqer and Mrs. J. W. Robbins. The program included the I"-', hnlf of a review of th." book. "M(-thn:lLsm ar.d the World's Sect!:,," niven by the Rev. H. W. I* 1 **, who will complete the review nt tha next merlins. « * * Mi " Sallic Hamra sprnt last week in Fulton. Ky., with her sister. Mrs. l.orcne Nulfcl. Mrs- A. B. 'Rhodes is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guth- rir. at N'nsiuills, Term., this week. Mrs. Lyn smith and daiishtcv , Li Gene of CaruthersviHc are vis- 1 Itmg Mr. ar.rt Mrs. J. F. Vick and : family this week. ! Mrs. Minnie Vance of Dlytheville I is the gu-st of Mrs. Jack Ozmeiit ! this week. Mr. and. Mrs. N. Koury and. Mrs. : PITTSBURGH. (Ut')—Twin calvs are a rarity on any farm, but the Wolf farm, near Millvale. t'a.. boasts two sets. Both were born within a week. ."Dutch" and "Sooky" were the "proud" Holslein ir.others. Him UZZUl SlflfiE Pecan Point Burglary Filth of Series in South Part Of County. OSCEOI.A, Ark., March 3.-Uzzell's blacksmith shop unit store ut Pecan Point was robbed last night in Ihe fifth of a series of burglaries which offlccrB believe are being commuted by the same tang. The work Is evidently (hat ol amateurs, who first break Inlo a tcol house or blacksmith shop and use (ho lools stolen there (o jlm- inle windows or doors to gain en- Iraiice Into n building rxid conic Inside lo baiter in the vault or safe doors. The series began with the robbery of Guy Bryant's slore here Iwo weeks ago, when, after securing entrance through the sky light, the burglars got $2 from the cash register, but were unsuccessful in an effort lo break into the safe. Tli? tools In this as In every other Instance, were left bc- hlnd. Friday night a Frisco Railroad .ool house here and one ut Oridcr wcro robbed of sledge hammers, licks, trenches and what Is known us break shoe keys, long slender lins used to fasten (he breaks on Hie wheols of railroad care, anil used by the robbers to pry open ivindows. The same night the Frisco tick- etoffice. the Osceola High School julldtng and Jacobs store at Grl- ter were entered ami various tools 'rom the railroad shops left, which verc later identified.' Efforts to open the safes at both he deiwt and the school wera unsuccessful, a lew dollars In the cash drawer at the school were stolen, anil at the Jacobs store a iinall qiiunlily of merchandise was aken consisting of men's wearing apparel in carefully picked sizes, ilaylng cards and cigareltes. A small quantity of merchandise jm the Uzzcll store at Pqcan Point constituted the loot last night, nnd the intruders left the :aols they had previously taken from Ihe TJaicll blacksmith shop. ••Jo effort was made to break the ,afe at the Uzzcll store, it was understood. Working on Hie various cows arc Deputy Sheriff Hale Jackson and City Marshall Dave Young, assist- 'd by special railroad agents. BY WM. t. McKKNNKV Smttary, AartUMn Brldfe Leuur In some of Die smaller dlles bridge Is the main pastime, mid an amazing degree of pionclem-y Is of- (cn acquired because of this The wrller selected Ihe following Jnli'r- csllng hand from an evening's play In Mncou, Oa.: *,.'• Seek Negro for Killing in Quarrel at Butler OSCEOLA. Ark.. March 3.—Officers are touching for Bob Laney, negro from the R. H. Cramer ilace fit HuUcr, who is alleged to lave fatally wounded Henry Hoiden, another negro, in a quarrel Sunday. Holdsm cut across the abdomen with a knife, diod Tuesday. NEWS 4Q-9-J ¥8-6-4 410-9-8-4-2 #K-5 47.5.4' ¥9-5-2 4Q-5 + 10-98-6-4 NORTH fc 2 5 3 IH»ler SOUTH 10-8-2 VJ-7 • A-J + A-J-32 AA-6 • VA-K-Q-10-3 4K-7-6-3 *Q-7 were, taken. The declarer's problem I now Is lo ere ate an entry In rtum- I my. as undoubtedly the aco ol dia. momh Is marked in llu.. Kiisl hand nie queen of dubs U clayed. East iciiisni to win. so tho seven ol clubs followed anil the king was played from dummy, which Easl won wllh the nee. Now If fast lends (he king and a small i|»di', the declarer will lw In dummy with n, P nueen ol -Miades and can lead n diamond ii<;m dummy, upon which tlic whole !"•<>• of tlic hand hinges, it lt c | u b is ictinin-,1 by E:ust. tlic declarer (an discard a siXKlo. trump In (he '•'umiiy ,inif (lien teait a diamond. Tlio key play of the l:nmi is Tor Hie dcclner lo reluw lo luku Ihe l-ilrd round of trump, leavlny onu truui]) In dummy to assIM h) m In crealhiK a re-eniry. This play Blvi-x Hie declarer not four oild, but live cdd at hearts. Tho The one over one mis llu- system uf blddln,. employed. Soulh .started wit |, o , lc | lc . lrl am , Nor , h res[>omu\l with one no lrlm ,|,. This Wrt of one no trump, you win notice. ivas made without even one and one-half tricks. When using; < the one over one the first and second hand .initial bids arc sound and stronsj-diey must, contain two ami one-half quick tricks counting no combination of hosier*, and four and one-half (o live playable trleks. 'l>r no trump denial as made bv North in this Imnd simply give's partner another opportunity (o bid ab (he .same time warning him That! i-lli's Imnd may be as weak as queens. In oilier words. It tioe.s not slior slrenclh-it | s „ disconr- KUiS! response. East 1)W li™ .spades, knovvine l ".it North's no trump meant little or nothing, ami dcshina to snow the spade suit while the bld- "'"•' »'••« 'o«\ south bid thivc r ! S ' W ° St , l>a£St?rt alKi No " !l could be criticized K he passed three leans. However, with South show- iu ? VC CiU ' d ' :c:lrt 5ult - ntltf »'• hty to rebid In (ho face of a no mp but. North risked four Hearts. This was the final contract Courier News Want Ads Pay. COUGHS Don ( lei iStni set a stranglo hold. 'Win RCTTH. (|uk-k|y. Crnimnliion combines iho 7 bcil help, k lwwn lo 1IIO)} . cm scicnc*. Powerful l>.)t lun.Jcjs I, 1 *, V" 1 "- N * """'i"- Money leluiukd ,f any coug h r« imttcr of for C«omul»|oB. (id».) Negro Waives Hearing on Charge of Murder OSCEOLA, Ark., March 3. • Roosevelt Nathaniel, negro, waived preliminary hearing, in Justice G. L. Waddell's court here Wednesday anil was held to the grand jury on n charge of killing Theodore Cole, another negro, on tile Whitworth place at Holt last September. Cole was fliol seven times with <5 .ititoiiiatic pistol, officers Balrt. . ;. "Greasy Grinds" Win Over Grid Heroes TORONTO, permits were Ont., >(UPI— Liquor taken out by BERKELEY, Cal.. (UP) — BiR. briiwiiy football heroes may carry off more of the desirably co-cris and glory (hiring tlicir college years, but they ilon't do a-s well :>s the "grinds'' later nor do they live as long. This was ll:c conclusion reached recently by Robert Sililey. executive manager ol the Unlvrsity ol California Alumni Association, following stnciy of records of 12 athletes and 12 iwmbjis of I'M Beta Kappa, scholarship fraternity. All were graduated from California 30 years ago. ' Of the Phi Beta Kappas, ID were still living ar.d all had been list- ori tn who's WJio. Only one of tlic athletes had achieved Who's Whu and three were dead. TWIN FALLS. Idaho. (UP)—A N?,w Testament, printed in 1583 A. D., by Christopher Barker, Prinlor to Q.iccnc Elizabeth's moslc cxrellenlc majestic," is ihs property ol Rev. Howard Kcnwtck Cannon, here. wlli »B '"'I of the seven spades was won by the declarer «^_accJIVojB U n,, s of tnunp 'Crazy Crystal Agent Appointed for Blytheville The people of Dlythevlltc and v>c».Uy wll, be pleased (0 ° Xn '* C -T«. c J ' (C ?" llow obtnhl "«ir Ua« Crystals al home Instead of sending to Mineral Wells. Mrs. Seppic Rodgcrs of 517 Soulh Lake Street. Blytheville. has been appointed local agent for ,hc famous Crazy Crystal Mineral Water treatment. She has arranged for headquarters and window display at the Nu-Way Cleaners of (Ills city. If you urc M.ffen,,,, with Rheumatism, Kidney trou- bb. Diabetes. High Blood Pressure Bladder Trouble. Neuritis, Auto-intoxication or any other stomach disorders. YOU CAN drink YOUR WAY TO HEALTH by using Crazy Crystals. Call on Mrs. Rodgcrs at the Nu-Way Cleaners from 2 o'clock until 4 and get one box of Crazy Crystals and if you arc not satisfied of one weeks (rial, your money will bi cheerfully refunded. If you can not come to sec Mrs. Rodgcrs, call phone No. 180 and Mrs. Rodgers will gladly call and tell you about Crazy Crystals. If you are not living in the vicinity of Blylhevllle and wish a package sent by mail, you may send your mail orders to the Crmy Crystal Distributors at Paragould, Arkansas. Send one dollar lur u trial sl/c package and one dollar and fifty cents for a standard size and your Crystals will he sent to you by prepaid parcel post. You arc invited to listen to the Crazy Crystal Program each Sunday morning from 8 to 8:15 o'clock over Broadcasting Station K.B.T. M. Paragould, Arkansas. Adv RITZ THEATER Thursday and Friday JltitiiiM—2:10 - Niuh.U-6:'16 Adin.—Malmcc—10 nnd 30c Nijfhl—10 ami ;(5i; SEE Tolly of the Circus' with Marion Da vies and Clark Gable Also News ;iml Comedy Saturday—"West of Broadway", uilh John Gilbert. Sunday—"Shanghai Express" with Give Brooks and Marlone Dietrich. ministers of the gospel, during the past fiscal year, the annual report of the Liquor Control Hoard of Ontario revealed. Thompsons Supreme Chicks Shipments Monday and Thursday Fumigated, Sniilh Hatched fun nnd. C. O. wnnlcd send one cent per chick with order. 25 H'hifc Leghorns ... ?2.25 Barred Rocks and Reds 2.50 All other Heavy Breeds •.. 2.50 10.01) Heavy Assorted 2.00 7.55 Heavy egg laying strains up to 280 cgss. Order from this ad. The Thompson Hatcherv Searcy, Ark. ' 100 $ 8.00 8.50 GEM THEATRE Last Time Today Matinee—2:30 - Night—6:45 Adm.—Matinee and Night— 10 and 25t See 'Panama Flo' with .Helen Twelvetrecs Also News and Comedy Friday and Saturday Adm.—Matinee and Night— 10 and 25c The Last Flight' with Kir hard liarthelemes Also Sorb! and Citftoon Sweet Cream Duller 3(lc 1.1). Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Qt. Delivered 1'honc 71 Bulgarian NuUcrmilk 15c Qt. Go (o Church Sunday TUNE IN For thirty minutes of real entertainment as HartSchatiner& Marx Call out the THREE GUARDSMEN Over Columbia Network and KMOX tonight at 9 o'clock Featuring Edwin C. Hill — Ted Husiny Herman Hupfeld NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. Saturday, March 5 Only HESS Men's All Wool DRESS PANTS Values tip to $3.95. Choice Men's Best Grade ?1 WORK SHIRTS Coal style, full cut. 2 for Mens Genuine Moleskin Pants Choice $2.95 Men's Silk Lined DRESS HATS New Spring Shades WORK SHIRTS Co;it style, two pockcls. Sizes 14 to 17 3for Men's Knglish Broadcloth Fast Colors, SI.50 values 2 for S2.95 All Wool Slip-Ovcr Dress Sweaters Solid colors only Choice Shoots the works with his first Dollar Day this year. Prices Lower Than Ever. Just a few of the many Bargains Quoted here: .Children's SLIPPERS Small sizes. Only $1 values 2 pair for ladies' Solid Leather SHOES In Black and Tun. All sizes' Pair Men's $5>,lfi All Leather WORK SHOES Tan aaef Black I'air $2,95 Girls' RAINCOATS Also a few short coats. Choice ^••^^ Boys' $1.98 Flannel DRESS SHIRTS All Sizes ' 2 for One table Children's and Misses' SLIPPERS S1.08 and $2.98 values Choice One I. allies' SILK DRESSES Regular Trices - J.'j.flS to $-I.J>8. "You'd licit cr liurry!" Choice I^idie.s' All Leather OXFORDS Hlach anrt Tan Juil n few nf our Men's an<1 Young Men's SUITS Irf Lfl Krgulnr p f i r o from S2S to S^.SQ. Your hslclmicc. Clioicc I Full Fashioned SILK HOSE I'erfecl quality. 95c value 2 pair 3!) Men's and Young Men's sum left. Here they go Boy's All Wool §5.95 SUITS Choice '2 We are receiving daily new shipments of ladies' spring coats, dresses, hats and shoes. Priced very reasonable. HESS Ready-To-Wear f

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