The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1932 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 4, 1932
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:.-, .-."-• •.-*-"•--'.-;".', .?'-' "-'*;' " • EDNESDA\. MAY 4, li)32 BLYVHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS Governess' Ladies Lend Glamor to White House Dinner KE PLEDGE IT ty Plans Precautions Against Repetition 'of 928 Backsliding. JSTIN, Tex., May 4 tUPi—Be- 0 so many .Texan Democrats '28 refused to vote for former ;rnor Alfred B. Smith that the Jbllcans carried the state, E who attend flic Democratic inct conventions May 1 will be ired to take a pledge (o vote tlie DemMruUc presidential ors in November, wet or dry. ith" possibility ~ that"~onc ot ; Texans may get the Demo- c nomination and the prcsi- :y, the Texas delegation t'j :i)ianal foment ion In Chi,;!! to Instructed to vole for John N. Garner, ol dt, Texas. ipportcrs of the two oilier ins, now moved.tta'ny, will not to block a Garner instruction. >e -form;r Texans are Ciovev- Willinm (Alfalfa Bill] Murray Oklahoma and Banker Mclvin rraylor of Chicago., Supporter!; Sovernor Pranklin D. Roosc- of New York also Vmve a\i- iced they will not right n is declaration' -for Speaker ner and no opposition is c.nm- froni supporters of former ernor Alfred E. Smith. All 1 'decided to "play tall" with Garner supporters in tlie liope If -Garner refuses (o be a lidau. 1 , or his name is willi- m, they ; will get the Texas »rt. le Texas delegation of 40 will selected al^ti state convention, ' 24, in tlie same building l:i :h the last National- Demo- ic Convention was held at ston. The' conventions, May 7, name delegates to county con:ions, which, on May 10, will :t delegates to the blfile oon- :ion. . epnbltcan delegates will be led at a state convention at eral Wells, May -J4. The dele- on will be for .renominalion of iideni Hoover. ^re. in much speculation upon t .riny i*rsa:is will be kept out, • Democratic conventions by 'pledge., Formrr, Katioiial locratic CommitU'uman Tlinmas Love and- Mrs. Cluurl: De Van Its. stale president of the C. T.- U., t>Sfe'_'.if fused 'to stip: Garner rJ-VtHbuf a"dry declaift n. overnor Ross Sterling: was v an V-announced supporter ol •ner.'' : He is expected (o head Texas delegation to Chicago his year. .1,156,652 persons are lifled by-poll tax payment,'or uptioii. to take part In the ly conventions. Usnnlly only a 11 number do so. A total o! WO .voted for President in 1328 ( Republicans got 307.03fl ol Manila Pastor Speaks at Lake Street Meeting . A large crowd attended the re- •ival meeting at the Lake Street ilctlicdisl church last night when Rev. C. II. Bumpers of Manila tle- Ivered a sermon on "The Church and You. 1 ' The reiival music iras under .he direction of Mrs. W. J. LeRoy and was featured by a vocal solo by Mi?s Martha Matthews who 5 "I'm Coming (o the Cross." At tonight's services Miss' Matthews will sine "Alone With Jesus" and the Rev. Bumpers will again dsliver the revival message. Will Farm to Red Cross" LAXTON, Ala., (UPi— An oj;e< ro couple, whose home and be- !ings were lost in tlie recen bama (ornadoes, expressed r gratitude to the. Red Cross building them a new home furnishing it. by making a wil ueathing their farm to the I Cross at their death. Doctor Sought It was "ladies' night" at the While House when President Hoover entertained governors and (heir wives and daughters Here's (he glamorous, picture Hint, Ihe feminine "first ladies" nf many stales'presented as they urrJvcd nt the Executive-'Muiisio,, |,i Washington Left 10 right, ahcivc. are Mrs. Lee Boiitwrlghi. daughter of Governor John Garland Pollard of Virelnio; Mrs. Clfford I'inchol wife of the Pennsylvania governor; Mary While, daughter of Governor George White of Ohio, with Mrs. Joseph B. Ely, whose husband Is Chief Executive of Massachusetts: Mr*. Franklin D. Roosevelt, wife of'New York's governor; mid Mrs. Doyle E. Carlton. wife of the Florida governor. Inset, Ijclowi Mrs. John" G. Winanu left)',, whose hits band is governor of New Hampshire, und'Mrs. Henry Richmond, Va., aunt of .Governor Albert C. Ritchie of Maryland. TBREt New York Cotton NEW YORK, M»y < tUP) Cotton closed tartly Btetuy, open hl|h k)w clow May M8 654 542 552 July M9 673 bf* M3 Oct 692 5M Ml M8 Dec (103 UIO 59« 001 J»n ti!3 617 603 010 Murcti B30 DM 820 fl25 ry I., cabell resolution pledging the association to work for freedom of the press and elected as their president one of tlie leaders in the movement, Charles McGhec, Wayne County. McGhcc, a junior at Marshall College and a leader In Use.move to eliminate "nnciuiy tyrannical" censorship, said there was no IrovcKy over t:-.o question at. Mnr- liall College. He is iicus editor of the Parthenon, weekly paper of Mashall College. Most, of the college editors attending the convention admitted censorship existed at their respective schools. Idaho Engineer Back From 2 Years : in Russia BOISE, Ka. (U?) — To return from Russia to the'United States is like stepping from darkness In- Gorton, reclamation engineer, of Boise. ,011..haj just returned from j -after spending two ye at Tashkent,] Turkestan, where he helped Inriid'n million acre recla- mailon project. Outstanding characteristics oi Russian life today, as he saw it. are inefficiency, depression, high food prices and low wages. .Gorton snid that Russian technical -men were poorly treated. The fact that their knowledge was acquired dm ing the monarchist regime tended to place them on uncertain footing with the Communists. State Supervisor Rates County Primary Schools A number of Mississippi counly schools have been rated by W. F. Hall, elementary school supervisor of the state department of ctluca- ]flon. With the colored supervisor, Annie Currie, he rated (lie school at Armorel and tlie white schools at I Balckwnter, Shady Grove Box 'Elder, Pawheen nnd Boynton were rated with Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, county supervisor, assisting Mr. Hall. Experimental Station Has Amphitheater „ GENEVA, N. Y. (UP)-An oiil- : door amphitheater is included in | plans for improving (he grounds .of tlie New York state experl- I mental station !:cre. The project, under the direction of Lewis A. Van Alstyr.e, will provide grnded lawns to sent 400 persons. The entire amphitheatre will be screened from traffic by rows of bushes and shrubs, while the speakers' stand will be flanked with evergreens. Death Promised Little Rock Man If He Fails to Pay $5,5_IO. LITTLE ROCK, May 4 (UP) — A ileniiiml ot "$!i,5i(> quick or you're a dead stilt" was conlnhiPd In a letter [rom New Vork ad- diessed to Dr. Clyde Roiilli. convicted murderer here. Dr. Routh, convicted of the slnyliiK of a pslleemnn, Is nwalt- Inu (lls|ios!lloii of Ills opjiciil Ir Hie liupremr renrl (rom u life sentence. Authorities today were attempt - IiiB to connect the threat with tlie slaying, and oiflcers' In tl:o cuslern city were InvcMlgntliijt llii) address to vilili-IV this money »ns to Iw sent. Lust December Dr. Ronth W'M found guilty of the claying In Auetist of l>alrolimiii Luther Llnd- sey of North Uttle Rock who »-as Mwt und killed In u parked oulo- mobile In compiiny with Ml,;. Mnry Ciriirin, uix employe of Dr Uuutli. The letter read In part; "If yon refiiFc you die like Llndsey. UiKler.stund? So you better make up your mind one way or the other. Pny or eet a load of lead from a girl nloll who will get you. Send $5,510, till in large hills, not renislered but by air mall. Do' it quick or you are a dead stiff before the- week Is out. Mail It to Ihe club on West II 3th street. Number 33 New York City. "We have instructed our moll tc shoot, you on sight If »-c don't tet the dough. Get Hint, yoi cheap chlselcr." The letter was written In pencil It asked the money be addressee to Hurry. Dick nl the. New York address. Spots closed at W5, ,ott 10. New Orltan* Cotton NEW ORLEANS. M«y 4. (UP)— Cotton closed barely sle«Jy. open high low close "" " 542 650 577 582 May July Oel Dec March MO 691 002 009 C2I) CM 570 693 002 010 G28 587 621 550 563 587 601 KWb Spot* closed nt 1X3, off 3. Closing Stock Price* Read cjurler News Want Ads. 'A. T. nnd T Anaconda. Cupper Auburn •' Ctiterplllnr Tractor Chrysler Cities Service Coca Cola Continental Baking ... General Eleclrlo . General Motors Ml(ldlm«l Utilities .... Montgomery ward Nra- York Central . Packard Umlio Corp ' Simmons Beds .,.',,.,. Standard of N. J Texas Corp , U, S. Steel 07 5-8 4 3-4 33 7-8 8 5-8 3 3-4 91 6-8 3 13 t-2 10 3-8 7- . , 15 1-2 2 1-: 3 7-8 23 3-4 10 1 27 3-4 St. Louis Municipal Opera Plans 12 Productions ST. LOUIS. tUP)—'ITie St. Louis Municipal Opera . this season ' will be (lie only open air theater production of Us kind In the United States. • ' The .two others which have given simitar performances prevlons- Survivor of Marion Highway Accident Is .Suing for $15,000; OSCEOW, Art^-Ttie wit for 116,000 filed in federal eoUrt »t Jonecbore by Mrs. Wiler Hldiols of Boowvlile, Miss., «»»lnst Claude Stlllmitn & Son and, duty Etson, Mississippi county planUtton operators, seeking (Urn iges for the death of her husband »nd diujh- fr ond p»reon«l lnjurl»i to her- . self in > motor iecid«nt last (all. ;>a« been continued to th« (all erm of court, aecordlnt to J. T. Cotton and O. B. 6«smve>, Outa-attorneys for the d«f«ftdarils. Mrs. Nlehob.'ws on* ttt ihirtjr persons Injured and her : husband •ltd daughter imorig six killed Mir Mtrlon list f«ll »-h«n a tfiUn carrying cotton pickers from MU- BlSilppl to pltntatloru in this 'county became uncoupled (torn the truck It was followlnr and overturned on Highway.fll. vX,': The truck was;.driven bj Carty Eauon and was owned by BUllman & Son, according (a the'complain- ant. . . '• . .. ,.-..; ly, the R&vlnla Opera in :C6lcag i and tlie Zip Opera In Cincinnati ha»e . fallen victims to «con6nilo conditions and have betti. abandoned. , ;.- .'''•' -.-. . iw St. Louis Municipal Opera last'season had the beat'ttaaon in Its history, making a profit of 130,MO for Us sponsors. This year.the budget calls for an expenditure ot I400.0000 upon 1J produdlona, NOTICE School District. No, 3J, Promised Ijiml, will-accept'sealed bid: up to [ June 1st. for transporting Chicot Rldje pupils to and from Promised Land school lor 'Ihe school y«r .W32-33. Right will be reserved'to reject' any or all bids. - i • :: • Bids are to be. Itll at the Promised Land Store; more College Editors Plan Fight For Freedom of Press PATTiMONT. W. Va. IUP) — A double blow wa.s struck nt faculty ccusorship of college publications at the llth annual convention of th? Intercollegiate Press Association fcere. Delegates unanimous!} p.i-rorf a No More Gas , In Stomach and Bowels lo light, according to Willard L. If yon wish to oc permanently relieved of sas In stomach and bowels, take Baalniann's Gas Tablets, which are prepared esvTially for stomach gas antt all Ihe bad effects resulting from gas pressure. Thai empty, gnawing feeling ot the pit of the stomach will disappear: that anxious, nervous feel- in; with heart palpitation will vanish, and you \vill again be able to lake a deep breath without ills- comfort. That drowsy, sleepy feeling after dinner will be replaced by a desire for entertainment. Bloating will cease. Your limbs, arms and fingers will no longer feel cold and "go to sleep" tecausc Baalmann's Gas Tablets prevent gas from Interfering with the circulation. Get the genuine, in the yellow package, nt any good drug store Price $1. Always on hand at CITY DRUG STORE the result of the d?aths of Unl- rsity o! Oklahoma co-eds, said htne followed illegal opera- ins, authorities of Oklahoma ty sousht Dr. Richard E. lacker, above, for -questioning. Thackcr was accused by >»nk Lee, iinivwsily .vhiete, a's (Iviigcon who i.i>rr.-\i!-ii on hjs v?»:--oH bride. ih t ' • former ncy' Jo S*ay, a co-cd .ind one tlm victims, «lio is shown above. Sweet Potato Plants Now Ready Nancy'Hal! * Tortn Rican, M cents per 1*0; $1.50 prr 1.090. Ftppcr rianls, Pimento. Bell m Bull Nose. Long tied Cayenne 15c per d<«; 75e per !<K>. Tomato Wants. Stnnr. Gulf State Market, Marj-lohe * Tondtrosj l»c per <toz; 59c per 100. Eg(t Plants 29c per doi; 51 per jjo. BYRUM PRODUCE COMPANY Tan! Bvrom, 1IZ E. Main All Orders • today as always .. More Powerful than Any Gasoline Thewwhigh^ompresdonn.o.orsc.llfortheb^tn.otor E 8g oHill.! 8 o 8 top,, n exp«te < lr e p a iPbin S fr«m f «« ni edH,p fucl—&*o. These l.igWomprewion motor. h,v e re- v.Ke*, .ulphur or olher corrosive elrmenl 8 . d.H*d Frances. Tki« mere,** their tenancy to knock As lo performance, give E«o any ,e*t for qukk ^Urling, and mean, more carbon removal jotw-m.les* you UK ,c ce ler.«ion or power agaiust aay olhcr fuel .ml £«. wing. E**. Tlw wring on rhe cost of one carbon job will more Whelher you think firat of your motor or fint of your than pay for (he extra priee on . ye«r' 8 use of EMO. mon e y,either(orany)w.yyoulook a tit,itp.y.tou«EMO. PROMPT SERVICE AND MODERN EQUIPMENT AT "STANDARD" STATIONS AND, DEALERS STANDARD OIL CO M P A N Y OF LOUISIANA

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