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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Tire DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXV11I—NO. ;!0.", Dlydievllle Dally N.-'WS, Blylhevlllo. Herald, Mississippi Valley Leader. Hlytlievllle Courier, m,YTllr;V!U.K, AUKANSAS, TUKSIUY. MAIK'll K, I9f52 SINGLE COPIES FIVK CENTS':,V. " LINDBERGH DIRECTING HUNT FOR CHILD Rescue 24 Children In Lincoln Nursery Blaze OFFER BEER TH SUBSTITUTE FEDERIIHIE5 Eastern Democrats Claim Meacare Would Yield $350,000,000 Annually WASHINGTON, March 8. <UP>— An attempt to amend the new nuc bill by legalizing ' and I ' .beer and sub.uilulim; this tax for several proposed in the measure w announced formally today by three members of the ways and meant* committee which drafted the bill. A $5 a barrel 'tax which th fald would bring in $35fl,000,000 annually was proposed by Representatives Sullivan and Cullcn. of New York, and McCormack of Boston, ali Democrats, in n supplementary statement today on the new Sl,096,000,000 revenue measure. WASHINGTON, Mar. 8 iUPi-- The new $1.096.000,000 revenue bill, only n. day eld, was attacked today, by various house, groups, opposition centering chiefly on the $595.000,000 manufacturers sales tax, prohibition features, and the oil tariff provision. Criticism, however, was scattered, and Democratic floor !?ader Raney predicted passage by the house without amendment. The house will begin to consider the bill Thursday. Newspapers are excluded from the manufacturers sales tax in thc new revenue bill. Leased wire and telephona news services ot newspapers and press associations likewise are exempt from the 10 per cent tax imposed on telegraph, and telephone companies. However the tax on telegraph messages over regular wires applies to news dis- i 1 -P«ches. LINCOLN. Neb.. Mai. 8 lUI'i- ruciity-fuiir rlilltlrcn. 12 of them i babies, were rcvx-uui loJay trw.' bia:iui£ nursery tulklin^ ai the i Male hcme for ri<r|::!m!en. ehii-! dien. : ].UM: Al.fc V.'hll-, lilli^e u:l (iuty. j ui.-iLOVcrtd the !n. nfu-r it hud' :',nr.eci up tlnou-.h thf Ik'Otaif;'TI • i • AI 1 I * inU via;; neann;. the slceplns chil- , 1 flirt}' LtVCS Already LOSt'!'.-* svarrl. Mis. Whit;. io..k a b.iby iinrt"i' ,-ch :irir] in::! eatrk'd thctn, iu.1 t LI time, ii'jni I'M i;unihv; diil- dii-n. Firemen mined the 12 elder children. On Atlantic: Cold Weather Continues. "McGinty" Reappear* ' at Juarez Beer B»r« JUAliKZ. Mex.. March U. iUPi— Fourteen.cunce sc-hoaners ot be?r nnd tree lunch fer ;i uh-l-.ol -is lliu latest in Juaiw' italu to r-ud the depression. Business has l:vn sci bad In'lltlx border town that the "McOiniy" has eoii'.e back. The- MvCUnty Is thc 14-omiiT .schooner, holdhv; Just l»'o oi.ncc-s lo,.;;: a fun pint of bser. Gangster* Aiding Lindbergh ! a memory. and fice lunch was.only NEW YORK. March 3. (UP)— j Half i\ do/en ships still wsvc re- j J poruxl in (bilker from ih^ ball IT- i I tiiB -storm aloiiu the Atlantic sea- U 1-1. Leader of Mob Still York UK board. i Nearly 30 lives have baen lost.. ! Tile storm centered today near Nova Seotia. according to New York weather bureau observers who predicted continued cold, hlgh'rj i p. \ » > '' winds and snow for tonight. I ai'alVtlC Otl'OKC LeaOS ,tO enlcrlnn the |X)rt ofN;w late as much as 10 or 12 hours, and most of them evtden fered at sea. Defiant in Detroit jail evidence of the bulletin;; they suf- Cell Today. Death of Aged North Sawba Farmer. i Hoover Signs Bill Giving Wheat to the Unemployed WASHINGTON". Msiri'l! 8. (Ul'J- I I'Virty inllll-ni busliels 01 wheat lay I In wuu'tmuM'.s tul.iy uwnllliig ti-ch- j tilcal niTunr.rnicnlii vo tot- Broun:! lino Hour for ilu- uiieinployrd. President Hoover lulc yestordny bill to inrn over I'.mi Ku\'i'i»mcnl-n»iied wliciu to th? lied lor illslrllmtlni. 11 was iiiidrt-Aiocrt lhu> bill would Iw referied tn tl^ :li>]i:irlnii-ii: justice fov mi 0|iinlnn bcfovc ac| li::il_ rilslrlbulloll of the wtli'al is flailed. E FLIGHT Authorities Told to Kccp'ff Hands Of (Effort to ' tact Abductors. IIOI'RWEI.I,. N. J., Mnrch 8 (UP) — Cctouel cimvlcs A. •. Lindbergh . • ,;•: lo'jk ovor toduy'. ulinosl sln^leliuiid.- - "J rd the task of BCUiiia '-back: •:';£;'; •>$ kklna|>ed son, Charles Augustus, IKV1NG 1I1TZ. SAl.VATOKK .DETROIT. Mich., Mar. » iUPi — Rioting ol unemployed at the, Tord plant yesterday, in which our men were killed and 22 hurl, has resulted in mobilization ot the national "iiard anil Ihe arrest f 15 allege:! mob leaders, in- :luding thc defiant girl who shouted: "Come on. you couarus." The grim, faced girl, Mary doss- man, her shabby blue dress' still .tained with the blood, of her lain sweetheart who died in her ims, v;<ts in a fighting mood us he faced her police accusers to- lay. "Yes. I was there. I'm not rry. I did it for starving mil- It Is 5 cents for messages c'ost- -30 and-50 rents $n<3. Will Be Almost Total Loss In Arkansas, Experts Believe. FAYETTEVrLLE, Ark, March 8. (UP)—The Ozark peach crop was destroyed by the sufideri cold wave ..,. . _._ _ „ which swept over the O^arks Sun- lions. Blame capitalism, which is day nnd Monday. O. L. McMurray, John Alexander Brown. U"2-ye,ir- \\i\i\ North fia'.vba farmer, died at his hoiiK' iKrlluvcsi oi lilythevillf si ID o'clock last night. Death loHi;\M';l i>. stroke of paralysis. Mr. lirottn had- lived in the Norlli K:iwl).-, coirmuviUy for mauv years nnd was not only known to ir.ii<i»nu. of the KCTllon bul, to Urv'.hcville fishermen who used to visit the old bayou stream Which ran near hh* lioine. He was active until rc'icmly. ' Huifrtl services will be hclil" lo- ncn:v.- alteincon at 2 o'clock at :hc North Suivbti home. The Rev. ?.. S. Km well, pustor of the First Baptist churcli nere. will oJIic.tate. rnf-'i incut will bj made at Elm-i wood cemetery. Funeral arrange- Ralvaloi-p Sjutiitr. New York racSelrar, tind his chief llnili'inuil. Irv- Inj HII/. were authorized by Colom-1 nit:! Mis. clmrlc.s A. Lliidbr-rjh 10 !v[nc:fiii them ici iie^i^llalion.s ullh the klilunpc'is ot llu x l.ltidlji.'i^h biby. No ex|il.iii.\ti(m nus yivon fcr iltelr ai:[iomtiii:']il. 1TTDN [KPBRTS MIl EXPEH5 IN .lie cause of all sulfeiing. Don't talk to me," Die tearless woman shouted. Police charged the rioting of 3,000 jobless men and women ai ih£i>s;-_'y Rouge plant was nlan- before the disturbance was j.^Mig w*-ln-^.-»- "- —..— — „ *-..*' 10 ccntA on messages costing 50 j _ ]ed by communists. cents and over. The tax is paid by | st j c - KSi s tc-nes, tear gas and the person paying for the message.. c|s wcrc lls(:( j b} , p 0 n<, c anrt t(a t_ Antl prohibitionists ridiculed th^l tax oh malt and grape concentrates, ingredients. of the home brew industry, saying it is recos- •-•'iiin o! an illegal industry and puts congress in the position of condoning violation of the. law. The house today took up the Norris-L-tt Guardia." anti-injunction bill, witli speedy passage virtually assured. It drastically restricts the injunction power of federal judges in labor disputes and makes. Illegal the so-called "yellow dog" contract by which workers pledge themselves not to organize. Business Women Give Program at Lions Club The Blyllieville Business and Professional Women's club, as part Washington county agent, said here today. . He said appies, ("rapes and strawberries were not injured as . tl:ey were not as far advanced. Grain crops will not' be affected J and Uie will be beneficial already planted. to crops FRETS ON LITTLE ROCK. March 8. (OP) —Unseasonable taelow free/ing weaUier and snow which stocd two itches deep in-scme sections of Ar- t kansas threatened to damage the peach, pear, and plum crops as I much as 90 . per cent, an estimate ' revealed today. Streets here were covered with ice and many motorists were .stalled. I An accurate estimate of the loss -' to ' thc s * acli crop catmo< ' ** mM - - at .. tWs t | mp Roy nf[i in charg! , of tlie agricifltuval extension service Increase of 11 Per Cent in ;Police Arresl Suspects in Recent | Robbery of G. H. Grear iner.t.s are in charge of the Cobb lertHkins company. The deceased is survived by six jons. llctert, John. William. and Ben Brown. Ihe latter ot Flint, Midi., and four daughters, Mrs. Lula Neednam. Mrs. Emms, powy and Ruby and Minnie Brown.- '• WASHINGTON, March 8. tUP)- Export of American cotton hits In- ' reared steadily in ths past seven ' w .j e (-xi)ccli-d here, lixlav to aid iidilhs because of heavy demands I C |J V [ra , lcp ,„ „,,,,,. | r , vpstl , ftllon ImDatient Over Plans for Peace Chinese Recall Leader and Start Action Shipments in Months Noted. Or, rocevv. Fini--- mini i-swits nf i of erlmlnal ideii n thc far east, the department of j of (,„ toiln yj i'v riulv tills . mnrnluf . I of Hi-! O. H. Orcar grorcry, 210 commerce .: An increase of U p?r tent. ever EoM Main last season was noted In the-'febn One voiith who is no fdnn^'i- in months period ending in January, : local Jails, seized nt OIL> scene of thc witli Hie Increase inaliilaiii^I ':lur- . mbborv liv niitlil nollrr. four other ig February. Tl'.e total shaded an youtm men. and an Itinerant vou- Increase of about' MO.OOO bales compared to the corresponding iwrlod last season. wo Killed, Three Injured Near East St. Louis Early 'Has Morning. EAST ST. l.OUIS, Mar, S IUP) —A irl-mulored Stiuson monaplnnc if the Century air lines, carrying Ive pilots on u practice night light, crashed near Curtlss-Htein- ami airport before dawn today, killing and Iniurlnn three of Hit' occupants. IX'lalls of tho crash , ,vcrc withhold by (he air llni, which " 1cs;| ay figured In a pllols strilco recently. Tlic dead were J. H. Atkinson, 35. and James Kirk, 35, Chicago. The flvji men, nil of whom arrived from Chicago last night, had lieen pi n elk Inn night lamllntr hi tlm liimolor'.d cabin plane. Tlic ciack u]i occurred on the 2.1rd macticc flight. "Murder" Says I.nUuardb WASH1NOTON. March 8. (UP>- Reprcsenlatlve I.aQiiardla, Republican, New York, lo^ny asked the commerce department to make a thorough Inquiry Into the .Century Air IJnes arr crash it-East".9t. loul- this moinlriji, dtclirir.g, "This ought lo be a further Inj; (he baby innd his suffering wile, were-'vlr--:=S tually ^ii|>erccded by tiie yoiUli(u\.;>! flyer and lib Immediate associates',- it' Colonel Henry Dreckciiridiie. , ills..?' 1 mother-in-law, Mrs. Dwiaht : Mor- : " row, mid Mm. Lindbergh. .'; ./ Lindbergh mad« It plain to pa-; ' lice he did not want his wlr;s tap- V; d or his mnll read by the police,"' / and they wero comiwllcd lo con- flue thcmselvM to two huts, llrsl, patiollliig Inn estate 1 to keep .• away curious |M!r. c J5n.H or others witli no valid bnsine.w at the Sotirland mountain estate (com v.Mlch- last the baby was kid-. -,' napcd, ami secoiul, running 'down'. lips from inynierlorLs slransers arid seeking strange hideouts which uiliihL shelter (ho stolen baby, •";••-' No dcBnlte Clue' . /• Insofar as has been revealed by Limlbcruli.and his associates, tii'^ro' : isslill no definite chic to tf.e child's'' whereabouts or his abducbrs,'. -A '.." Iftlse rumor not circulated by- th$ . United Press list night claimed two = communlcatlofut were received Su:i- day from the kidnapers. The story was proved incorrect and tho Unit- eri pie.«s was advised from nn'-uii- • questionable cource it ba-- ' " Brough Resigns; To Run t-i n * n i'» f * 111 rt " L ' v - o;i Kj'in" For Senator 1$ Belief definite clmrce. lite nro held in'lhc city jail In e.on- ))ee|ir)!i with the case. Harvey^ Tanner Is charged with i Imrilnrv and Brand Inrceiiv. while jJ. D. Coix?lntid. C. C. Shult7. Haz- Hnll. Ouv TiVlle nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess E'ltrldTc arj lield without warning to stay off (he Century 'ins planes." he said. els hi fact, . LITTLE ROCK, Mar. B (I An assortment of tobacco.' meal j [and groceries removed from the Charles -a. • Brough, former ROV- ernor of Arkansas, tendered his | recovered by nollremen i and Buck Tomlinson. merchants SHANGHAI. March 8. IUP)— i Wearied armies batttat aion? a I wide front in the Yangtze, valley | here, said. It was thought, however, if Ihe! today as China brushed aside a rrUIC*.:lwll<ll ,iruni*.»> -i w» —-. — i —- 1^7 LVlillJ'^tcu vciuit ->l*>v to llitu fj of Its observance of National Buii- j jjal Norwood, attorney general, in ness and Professional women's wssk. an effort, to collect, over payments tractors When Information Is All In He Says. LITTLE ROCK, March 8. (UP)- ,. _ . An-estimate of the actual cost of| A report said thc entire peach [ ilnrv lea<1 er. General Chiang Kai- workdoneby two construction com- rr0 p O j p 01)e coun'ly wa^ ruined i sh « t '" lo direct thc defense against. panics on Arkansas highways must ' •'•- ' •"— ' •" be completed before suit is filed by ;csi3iiation an Sjiecial lecturer at. cold continued the entire peach ' world-wide-pence oyertur; an! r ,.lthc the University of Arkansas Onv. Hnr.ey P.trnell todny. It'was believed the move paved patrolman. lo | Herb 'niomiiOTii and Bill Hicks, night police, believe they discovered the robbery while it was In crop might be lost. ! called from exile her greatest inil- furnished the program for the weekly luncheon of the Lions club to- iiiss Atthea Edwards, recording secretary of the club, spoke, saying that it was the purpose cf th-3 Business and Professional Women's club W instill in its members that sense of individual responslbillij which U essential to national readjustment to changing conditions She described club activities designed to awaken the social consciousness of members, which she said would achieve for business women, (in important place in the civic life of their communities. Miss Margaret Merritt. teacher of music, gave a number of piano selections and presented two of her pupils. Misses Lorn a Wilson and Virginia Tjtmpkins. in a piano dust Repays $2.50 Loan He Obtained 35 Years Ago o'the companies. The two contracting companies Hogan Construction company oil Little Rock and the Constant, con- j stntclion company of Dallas. Tex., have been overpayed more than $80,000. it was brought out in testimony at hearings ot the highway audit commission. Norwood said he did not believe In the strawberry section near Cabot the 'freeze killed the green fruit, retarding the early crop. Temperatures as low as 15 above v:cre reported in northwest Arkansas. suit should Bled before the , amount of,. overpayment is deflnile- ly established. The money was paid the companies as rent on idle road machinery at the rate of $500 a day. TEXARKANA, Ark., March 8. (UPj-fc. stronger called al the horrid ot PauHReverra. "Here's t^.50 I borrowed from you," he Mrs.H. H. Bass Dies In Memphis Hospital Mrs. !i. H. v ho IJass of Mouetle.j the Invading Japanese. Chinese government leaders, meeting Japan's' clmrses that tl'e defending armies were rcspomlble lor renewal of hostilities, said lluy would not nltend Ihe lonj awaited IX'ace conference unless Japanese troops are withdrawn. At the same time the central executive meeting at the temporary capital of Loyang announced O;n-1 -, , «, .eral Chiang had been apiwhitcd' rCiOny thai'ge [chairman of (lie military council.! way for Brough to annou -cr:tially his candidacy for U. S. ;i>r.atcr at FuyeUcvilie tcmorrow night when lie will address a imetlmj ot Democrats of thc section. nce "™5 r - !s - . o » ic f s had been knep- ' . wn c!lf111 ui" in Harris' quar- the store, during the called a "lit lets, near nl-hi. I Thc cops, makhii; a round of (he - business district In a police car, B.o;iBh announced he would re-! nn iieed that II'- front door of :ijn follov.-iiii; adoption of a rcsolii- I Grenr's store, was n;icu. Tlicy went '.kn by the bowl of trustees bar- '• 1,,^],. niitl found evidence of n I'.nj numbers of the university s!a(T troiu political activity. Woman Changes Story; ha> been seriously ill for, [he naltonal army, dayr passed away this] Reverra confessed he did not re-; member lending any money to the 1 man. He dldnT> even know him. "Oh, yes you Mid. It was 35 year* ago. I had to '.cave town because of a death In my family and you gave the money to me so I could go," t--e stranger said. Manila Farmer Breaks L?g in Fall From Wagon Thief Robs Ice Box of Hydrophobia "Shots" There's no accounting for tastss I —even in a sneak thief. One ran- j sacked the refrigerator on Dr. L. H. Mccre's back porch several ays ago- but took only a box obtaining a dozen vials of hydrophobia shots. Tlic vaccine was bting kept t!:ere for administration to Howard. 12-year-old son of Dr. Moore, .vho was recently bitten by a dog -uspected ot rabies. The box was oimd the next day and returned o the owner, but several of the ;ottles were missing. n f!ernocn in the Baptist hospital in Memphis where she was taken Monday night for an emergency •'peration. A Cobb ambulance drove down for the body 'his afternoon. Funeral arrangements have not yet been com| pleted. Besides her husband. Mrs. 3ass survived by one son. Carl Bass f Monelte and one daughter. Mrs. William B. Benolif Manila farm- Vo Fires Caused by Sparks on House Roofs Two fires, caused by sparks fall| ing on shingle roofs, resulted in slight damage. late yesterday and early today. Yesterday _. lOljf Mi er. was brought tcTthe Blythevlllc hospital late yejterday with » fractured leg. sustained 'when he fell from the front end of his wagon. Benoit was hauling wood and tV.e vehicle struck a deep rut, throwing iilm between the single and dou- bletree of right lag afternoon firemen Asks U. S. Sipport foiccd entrance. A sack containing a miscellaneous as50iljncnt of uro- ceries was lying on tin- floor. While Ihe officers were InvesllBatliii voune Tanner eair.e ar.d was arrested. After Itikim Tanner into custodv officers inimeiliately swooped down on the "hangout" where ton tlic \rit:ici!> stand in municipal Tanner had been earlier ^ and S court thi.s her story 15 post tantamount lo command of] A young married woman's story alierisoon varied from brouzht the occupants lo Jail. A ^ __ 13 officers last Sat- search on tte old bayou bank near WASHINGTON. March 8. (UP)~!urday "an:! a statutory charge the place wai made and gmcer- II. T. Culp Appointed to Head Reconstruct! o n Organization. II. T. Culp. commercial agent of the Gotten Belt railroad, will head an organization to be formed In UVythcvillc to carry out the program of President Hoover's na- i ion-wide Cillzcns Reconstruction Crgonizalion. It was announced tills afternoon by C. A. Cunning- hcni. president of the clinmbir of omnicrcc. Sale of United States Treasury rcrtlficales lo peiMns holdln? r.oncy cut of circulation is tho mmecliotp of the organization, which is also interested in ali phases of thc effort lo clim- .nate hoarding nnd restore confidence. Announcement of a committee to :onducl the sale of.Ih.i 1 ' certificates n this community ; ls expected Secretary of State Stimson bad before him today an appeal from China to declare American support of thc League of Nations resolution on settlement of.the Shanghai situation. B'.ainbt Uyrd, her young • les. meats and toli.icco were found neighbor, na. 1 . dismissed. Thj woman slated she was excited at lime ?hc called of- fleers nnd there was really nolh- , Questioning cached along the bank, nnd Iden. tilled as articles !rom Grrar's Tanner's nr.:ddy shoes showed The appeal was dcliverca late yes-! by Neill Rer.T. deputy prosecutor. . terday by Dr. Yen in charge of the? ji ho put ihe \\ en the stand I," £,"£u.. ' affairs of the Chjnese legation. T.-.e |as a stale nit ness indicated a °; *- K >.™* I. N. Swearenaen of (his city, league resolution calls for cessation I change in her siorv. 3he is also survived by a stster,, 0 f hostilities at Shanghai, the Jl]d .. e Ivv w Crawford held Vfrs. C. W. Rnmey of this city, [withdrawal of forces and ft round',„„ e ° ui( , nc ; msufrieicnl for bind- notnlctl to Tni ii ^ C to con Jet 8 C °' to the sti ill door and li'oes as tend Hh the burg. i . - (lilt CVllltllt table conference of the interested i i n , Bvr( v Held North Wild irrrse I«AU i-»^mi Hum MARION, Va., (UF)-Wild g«S3| u already have been seen in south- the earliest they have been n this section, and, therefore, it s believed winter Is almost over. to devise plans for a irmal conditions. declared un ( ortu ,me tint ofrice:s were west Virginia, flying north, This is, TeXBfkana Negro Finds Vin nm-ltarl fl^n\> >tatTfl fVPH ftVH I f.. ~ City Dirt Not So Cheap rr.'lsd into f.ic' ' idi-:e shcnec! I fcr actirn cxis when, as little ground Wfatlwrcoek 144 Years Old PORTLAND, Me.. (UPI—One the oldest weathercocks in Ameri roo'ts atop the Fir; Bank building. It was f ed on the ordinal Cumberland county courlhouse. built m years ago. Resolution Would Give Slates Rum Law Control made a run lo the home of W. M Williams, Sycamore and Franklin where shingles around a stove pipe through the roof h«d been ignited This morning firemen were called lo the residence of Mrs. W. M. Taylor, 81! West Main street. A small hole was burned in thc roof his wagon where his where sparks had set several sliin- Igle.i ante. Bear Cub Visits Roanoke ROANOKE. Virginia, (UPI Mrs. E»rl Simras «c»t out TEXARKANA, Ark.. March 8. (UP>—It's mighty hard to make- Will Roddy, negro, believe dirt Is! r.hcap. for he was Just fln;d JlOfl' WASHINGTON. Mar. 8 (UP>— for hauling some awav. He dug it i Senator Louis. Democrat. Illinois, of i municipal alley an4 re-1 Introduced In the senate today a I resolution fcr repeal of the 18th • amendment for the purpose of plv- jlns the stales '•-' -" ""• ''o.cor traffic ?. to levy taxes ar.d determine hov,' aicchclic beverages must be sold. A dlshpan removed from the store and found on the bayou bank was to be examined for fin- tfr prints todav. Chief A. D. O«yn was confident that the examination would bear out Identifications already established. The chief dccl.lrcd he hr.d a confession from one of the youths held but declared to reveal his Identity. City Council To Hold Monthly Session Tonight The city ccuncil will meet In regular monthly session at the city hall tonight. It is understood (hat iccoinnicn- Jntions for action lo improve san- rv P' 1 T* -& • 'p' ^ ~* .tary conditions in a certain sec-I 1 "- raUl I IptOll fcnterS they arc from people el(l:er''destr- oils ' of Lchie helpful or from cranks. . ' The contact of Colonel n p iUi Iho vmtlfrworld through Sal- vatprc Spltalo and ,llie' "iatter's . iniard, Irving Bliz, !,>( teln^ i ''61osely.- kepi, bul Spltale advised thj ; Unit- : ed. Press today his position aj.-a ; us post. In Rahgliind hail not. '• yet proved aiicccssfiil. .-He.-i.nh.ln- taiticd he-was (iQt'nclinif as a'c)e- lectlvc bul iiiercly as a clearing hou.Te between.the undenyorld 'and Lindbergh to bear any word of the child's whereabouts. - ; ;• • The police press conference- clar.- Ifled today some (hlugs that have caused much speculation. This de_- ' veloped: firsl, that the baby co'iid have been taken out a regular exit In tl'.e house without- disturbing tJB8 ' Lindberghs or their dog downstolis'. ' The investigation as to members of; Ihe household Is still open; meah: while Henry Johnson, suitor of Miss Betty Gow, Lindbergh's nurse maid, is .still held for examination, but without charges, 'nt tl:c Newark na- iicc headquarters. There were indi- eallons Johnson is ihe victim "Of clrcmnslamlal evidence. . l' Kamom Notr Was Left - i < i. Meantime the United Press leafrt- .• cd from sources Independent of, {tie ]>olice and Lindbergh that llwre was, as staled at.first by Ihe. Uiiif- cd Press on Wednesday mor'nWg last, a ransom note left, behind at the time of thc kidnaping. The reason for denying the existence of this note in view of Information previously given by Lindbergh Is not'-, clear, however there are hints that Lindbergh may give a reward instead of a ransom, a move which would exculpate anyone taking money tor the baby's return.' A rah-, som implies' guilt while 'a reward is to pay for meritorious service.... of the city will be presented I at the sessioti. Mayor Melll Heed only loulhie matters lo fused to put It back. Winner of Hero Medal Killed at El Dorado the stales ccn'.rol over the traflic Mih lull authority her backyard one ni?ht to Investigate a noise and found a bear cub raiding her git^S^ <* n - Tnc family dog intruded, and the bruin siapped him away. In one instance the cub trotted along ...... Main street keeping just beyond i awarded a medil for heroism. He Its .pursuers. (mated ft man Ironi nn 'oil We. EL DORADO, Ark.. Match 8 (UPI —An 62-foot fall from an oil do-- rick near here last 1:^:11 cuiwct ih: death of foill !foi:cleriou. 21. Efforts lo locate hh iv other iome- where in Texas h^d faibd -cday. Only two years a»o tiie youth wns Buys Bankrupt Slock of the Spicor Her B*st SEATTLE. (UPl-Miss Katlvryn Ragsdale. University of Washlns- lon co-eJ, recenlly was selected as possessing the posture nearest perfection, Miss Ra?sdale was chosen on the basis of alignment, ease and her polw In walking. Rock Pll'i for I'tione Critic WATERVILLE. Nfaine, (UP) — staled Ih'.il would prob- Practice In This City i;r. Paul L. Tlplon has opened ably be brought before the council. He did not Indicate whether discussion of the legal controversy bctuccn the city and th c Arkansas-Missouri .Ho'»jr compm might develop or that a por.sible course oi action on Ihe part of the city would be forecast tonight. • .1 on tho rock pile cause he criticized cjxrotor for giving Will Impound Autos of Drunken Drivers DENVER, Col., March 8. <OP)— The «utomoblle will go to jail from now on if the driver Is drunk. A new traffic cede designed by council contains tv clause by on oftlce In the In»ram building. - v, ill do gc-peral medical practice ftr.d surgery. l.r. T:pkn is well known in ^ rsissiip! cGiimy and in south- •.ast Mluoi:rl. having practiced f this section . fcr a number of years. He was located In Car- iclhrrsvillc for several years and ater came here where he operated the Blythcvillc- hospital for four years. . WEATHER ARKANSAS—Sriow. below frcez-\ Ins tonight. Wednesday cloudy.' John McClellan is serving 30 days i city tn Jail be-1 which a drunken driver will be giv-| observer, Charles Phillips, Jr., tfca According to thc official weather The bankrupt - . _ FurmUive ccmpam o! l.uxcr.% hw j uuni.htr. He tec-k so long telling been purchased by '.lie Hubbard •'-- — •• •«— -<•• •••-' ••«».i- aud Is a telephone [ on liis choice between a fins and maximum temperature here yes-' in the wrong Jail sentence and having his ma-]t?Tday was as degrees and (he Furniture compatiy being moved to the !<xil store Ihls wwk. the operator (hat rhe was terrible chine- minimum 2S degrees, cloudy. First offense wlli remit In having lycar ago today the maximum tem- the mochln* impounded for 15 days, ;pcrature was 49 degrees and that the manager of the hotel where he v,~as staying had him ar- second for IS to 30 days, and third|minimum 43 degm;, cloudy.with »m- ttw/ .•lUi' w»t«d for drunktnr*E». .for 30 to 45 d»yi. 1.02 inches of rainfall.

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