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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 25, 1934
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Served by United Frets BIYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TH* DO»IH/iNT fiWfiPAPER OP NORTHKAflT ARiANBAS AND SOOTHgAfcfr HiSSODHI HOME EDITiON VOL. XXXI—NO. 85 Blyiheviile Dally Hewn Biylhevllls Crurtar Mississippi Valley leader BlythevlUe Heralci GLYT1IRVIL1.E, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, JUNK 25. 193-1 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS L . i Just *" ~r -Gi ad' Mark Shank Asks Rehearing; .Supreme Court Affirms Local Decision LITTLE ROCK, June 25 lUP)-- A petition for the rehearing of the c«se of Mark II. Shank, Akron, 0^, attorney, oonvicted of the poison murder of Alvin Colley, his wife, and two children, was submitted today to the Arkansas tu- preme court. The conn's decision will be announced one week later. Cov. J. M. Putrell will set the execution date for Shank If the rehearing is denied. Shank, a! the Arkansas state penitentiary, has turned surly, refuses to see any visitors, and blames hf. attorneys for his conviction. Rules On Kites Low rates for hauling crude petroleum products must te extended, to all lines originally participating in ihe voluntary reduction posted June 11, 1932, the slate supreme court ruled today in upholding a Pulaski county court decision. Efforts were made by the Missouri-Pacific, railroad to restrict the routing of the crude product at the Inwe rate lo certain lines $3,600 Judgment UplielJ A Mississippi county chancey court giving W. S. Davidson a $3,600 judgment against H. ii. Crowe, of Piairie county, in a land deal, was afiirmed by the supreme court. Thirty days additional tin.. .7jS given to prepare a brief in the Mississippi county circuit court case of S. S. Holing vs. the state. A. G. Meehan of Stuttgart was appointed bar examiner tor the 17th district, succeeding J. D. Moore. George W. l.awhom, of Number Elgin, Victim of Accident on Highway 61 STEEI.E, Mo., June lUPl — \V. Lwhurn. 54, fanner of Ih? Number Eight communily, was insitinlly killed curly Sunday morning uhen his car left Hlvhwav i;i on p curve near the I-og Cabin rilling station here, plunged into a ditch, and hit a light pole. l.awnorti's skull was crushed His companion, Jodie Griggs, son-m- .law of I.awhorn. a resident of the New Survey community was T..-VI erely Injured. He was Ireaied V Ur. lloyt McDonlel. Dr. ihodes, 01 llayli, county cnvoiicr. •us called to. the scene. The accident occuned ai aboiu A. M. Liiwhorn und firiggs , p ere traveling , north, appaicmly t high s]>efd.' Mr. I.awlioui is survived by his vile and three sons. The funeral vill be held today, with burial at Mt. /ion cemetery. In the Mississippi county case afiirmed by the supreme court today Davidson, a resident of Blue Mojind, 111., owner of 1W) acres of .land lii,'this county, had sued ,\ .Crowe, a r.esident of Stuttgart, V ) for $3,600 allegedly due him on a land trade. • He was represented by P. C. Douglas of this clly. New York Cotton NEW YORK, June 25 lUP) Cotton closed very sleady. open high low close July ' 1202 1213 1198 1212 Oct 1231 1242 1227 1240 Dec 1242 1251 1238 125G Jan 1247 1256 1243 1256 March 1258 1268 1252 K&f Xlay 1266. 1276 1252 1276 Spots closed steady at 1235, up 20. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, June 25 (UP)Traders took the cotton market for a fairly good "ride" today, boost- tog prices a dollar a bale. Oiier- iivgs were slender, however. Persistent demand for the meager offerings helped the upward trend, open high low Beaming like any old grail returning for his i-lass reunion. Dr. Ernal Haufstaengl. advisor to Chancellor Hitler, swings Jauntily through Boston's South Siatlou oa his way lo Harvard to Join bis 1909 classmates. : -DEM TO II. 5 Other Manuf a c t u r e r Boosted Prices on Army Cars, Kvale Charges WASHINGTON, June^ 25 lU The house war detriment in vestigation turned today to in creased costs due to the NRA. Members said they had receive! reports lhat automobile maniifac Hirers raised their Lids as nmc as $50 a car when the Ford com pany was barred from biddii because it did not fly the bin eagle. The house military affairs subcommittee, which has investigated various phases of army activity, has been checking records of government purchases. Representative Paul Kvale, of Minnesota, sain that he would call \ltij. Gen. L. 11. Dash, army quar- Serum Fatal to Child of California Dpctor !?EAI.DfinURG, Cul., June 25 ID PI—Haggard and grU-f-stiirken, Dr Byron L. Baldwin, who udmlnls- ler.Hi unti-iniantile paralysis sermn to his iivn :ons, fought desperately today lo s.ive (he life of his eldest boy after (he younger died fiom the efli'cts, of thi? serum. Neither Jackie, 2. nor Bobble, 7. had the disease, which has. Leen iprvadhiB in northern California. Dr. Baldwin ...oiignt to iimmml/e the Th.. jfinm \\as believed t'on- tumlnated. Jackie died Sunday. Bankln?;ul Law lias Aclu- atly liicrrasetl World I'vocluclion, Charge r.Y THOMAS (). IHIItKT I'nllt'd I'resK Staff (Nuii'siiatttk-iU HOUSTON, 'IVx. iUl>>—Two \vidi-ly-kimu-n Texas aillon brok- llis older brother h in u critlrall 01 - '"''I lll<1 Unllcil Press today eonUitlon. Analysis of th.- serum wa^ underway by slale department iil public health nfllcluls. '1 nst" Another Old" Grad-Mr. Morgan IVind Does Damage as Storm Mitt Caruthersville Jimmy Wedell, Famed Speed Pilot, Killed PATTERSON, La.. June 25 lUP) —lames Robert (Jimmy) Wedell, who raw from u "hobo b:irn- toimine pllol" lo holder of every ami and tnins-comlnenlal spec:! •ecord. was dend today, victim of a plane crash here when n student "froze" to the slick. The half-blind. 34-year-old, in- ternniionaliy known flyer, hiok oil Iroin the Wedell-Williams nlrpoti liere Sunday uml was Jusl 2f!fl feet in Ihe air when the ship crashed lo enuh, killing him and injuring Frank -Sneeringer. 21. a stu- deni. pilot, of Mobile, Ala. Paragould Restaurant Man Abducted By Two Men Saturday - j PAHAGOUI.n, June 25 <u{>>— Officers In Greene county -.this afternoon expected to make :ir- • in the kidnaping Satilrduy of Charles C. IIu]>i>cr. 34, who was ubdiicled from his restaurant fish market on Easl Kings Highway by two men. The siratchcrs llcd.easl on Highway 25. A s.mtill sp'ort coupe, 1 be • lieved by ofitars lo be the'ear used In the abduction was (blind One Dead, Three Hurt in Collision Sunday ' 'ti>ll HOT SPRINGS. June 25 <UP>One person was killed and Hires others seriously Injured in a crnr.h between a motorcycle and an automobile near here Sunday. | Miss Ilaitie Lyons, CO, was killed almost Instantly when her skull was crushed; Mrs. Helen Eichen- batiin suffered concussion of the brain and a fractured collarbone; Mrs. Beltie Conn, TO. suffered revere cuts and bruise;:, Internal Injuries and a broken nose. E. C. Eiehenbaum.. uu»l*nd--ui His' injured 'woman and driver of the car, escaped injury. All ui the Injured are from Liltle Rock. short distance east of Para- Bould. The Arkansas license plate on the coupe had been palmed over with red palm. The car had red wheels. Otto Miller, employe lit Hopper's cafe, said one uf tht kidnapers ordered Hopper to hold up his hands and come mil from behind the counter. Mrs. Hopper and four daughters were in the living quarters of the restaurant but did lint sec the abduction. Hopper is a native of OreeiK county. He was exonerated several weeks ago of a nmrcter charge In connection wllh the slaying rf Lee Bmvm, of Jonesboro, al Hopper's home hen-. Hopper plea £elf defense. \ mat the Biinkhead compulsory ct.tlcn control law had dmioraHwd loivi^n tiadi 1 , Increiiscd acreage :niil cirated u Iktlllous price on tin 1 American crop. The critics were Carl Ci. Hunt, president nl the Dalliia Cotton Es- I'hanm", and Thonms Kelioo. president of the exchunp.e at Houston. Until agreed lhat full efiect of tlu> revolutionary bill wnuld not t" 1 It'll mull thi' ia:u crop reiu:hr.s 'in 1 nmrket. Kehoe said '• Texas production, ^Ilk-led (o 3.00U.COO bides, bus Released more thiin five per cent • >er last year. He assigned the increase In un- !el|i:itli)n of ium-i.jfniuUirk\s that irlce.s would, affording a fertile field for "bootleggl!!". 11 The Houston denier .said similar ^'.creases were retried In the na- Iion's 10 chief cotton produchiR 'tales and "all the foreign cotton countries as well." "As a result." Kehne declared, '(he world has more cotton than it hail before the bill was ever thought of." Foreign trade 'llml formerly be- mged 10 America, Kehoe continued, has gone elsewhere, being drawn away by lower prices. Me said Houston exports have lallen off since the bill became n law. Ejypt. he asserted, has increased acreage 200 per cent mill Portugal, which normally consumes 50,000 bales of Texas cotton, has reduced purchases "to /.ero." lie cited figures showing that before the bill was enacted, export', were 70 per cent, home consumption 30 per com. and after enact- Plan Canning Program for Pemiscot County CARUTHEnSVlLLU. Mo. — Mrs. W. A. Joplin lias been appointed to supervise the canning of produce raised in relief gardens in July Oct Dec Jan March May 1199 1210 1197 1209 1223 1235 12.15 1248 1223 1237 1238 1249 1242 1242 1240 \£fll 1251 1263 1251 1263 1262 1213 1200 1213 Spote closed steady at 1224, up n. Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK, June 25 I.UPI — Interest in stocks dropped to a new low level for this market today. Volume was under the half million share mark and prices sere lower. Commodities also were quiet. A. T. and T ........... 1)3 5-8 Anaconda Copper Bethlehem steel ........ Chrysler .............. Cities Service .......... Coca Cola ............. General American Tank General Electric ennasler NRA oliicials, ind. possibly representatives of mo- ;ur firms, to teslify. Kvale contends lhat competitive bidding on automobile cnniracLs practically has befn stifll?d through :he ban on Ford. Massachusetts Town Worried Over Libraries Osceola On List For Postoffice Building A postolfice building for Osceola is among 626 public structures Milclvhave beernapprored far construction by. Secretary of'Treosurj Morgenthnu and Postmaster General . Parley, according r to a dispatch from Wiisjiington' today. No estimate dp the cost, of the Osceola slriictnre was 'announced nor is it known when it is.plan- ned to commence work. Ft 'is assumed, however, that steps toward purchase of a suitable site will be taken before long. .He's ft Harvard giail who raad» good, Recognize him? Nou» other than J. p. Morgan, the Inlander, plctired as he murched along with hii fellow alumni during bis Alma Maler'a oommonce- •""•ut OTcv-jUwn In Cambridge. Moss. CARUTHRn.HVlLLE, Mo. — An 'leelrlcal rain mid hall slorm here uli- yejU'rday atlernoon damaged Tile building, lore down ivecs, uwn- s, I'lcclrlc and telephone wives, mid did oilier rllghl piopeily Inmate. The temperature fell from IOD •Icgrefs to 80 degress in less than .in hour, during which time '1 3-4 inches of rain and some hall fell. A chimney was blown oil of HnivjTr's Pharmacy and MLss Ann Srhanudiorn was stunned when lightning struck the radio to which she WHS listening in a down town apartment. mi Dura Hnt NiHn utmn Forijyce War Veteran Believed Suicide After Murderous Altack mem, exports dropped to 40 pei cent, with home consumption approaching BO |«r cent. Hunt and Kchoe predicted thai lull effect will be felt "about the lime ihe government attempts to place a tax of 50-per (lent on oil cotton brought • lo- K maflfcf 'above tin- limit of 10.000,000 bales." Chart-Ing that the bill caused additional unemployment. the dealers said tanners who increased acreage were not absorbing the laborers discharged by farmers wtx> reduced cixjns. . They said farmers' who"'slgned contracts are now attempting to withdraw. EXCH FIGHTS Would. Compel Rerjnoval From New Orleans, Cotton Traders Contend vjin-t i.iwru in jejlL'l gltrucns 111 i Pemiscot county. She will have Lepanlo Fighting Gas eharse of orga,,, ? ,n g the cannin, 33 38 7-8 2 1-4 126 J6 3-4 19 1-2 General Motors 30 l-i International Harvester 32 1-8 Middlewest Utilities .... 1-3 Montgomery Ward 26 5-8 New Vork Central 29 Packard 33-4 Phillips Petroleum 171-8 Radio Corp 71-8 Simmons Beds 155-8 SI. Louis-San Francisco 2 7-8 Standard of N. J Texas Co GREAT HARRINGTON, Mass. lUPJ—This small town \vill become very liierary if Ihe probate coml allows the will of J. Shepard Cone's father. A few years ago Mrs. II. II. Mason died and left the town money with which a library known as the Mason Memorial Library, was built. H has just been discovered that Cone's father, who dietl in 1883. lefl a trust fund for, his son. After tile son's death, which occurred recently, it was to go to the tuwn lor Ihe construclion of a library to be known as the Cone Library The [own is wondering vim to do about U. «W - = work in the several canning cen- Lers of the county. Frank Wilks is In charge of relief gurdin work j* the county, and Hie state garden ic-lief department is to send an Instructor here for demonstration ilirposcs in (he ten canning cen- El'S. Canning centers have been located at Cotlonivood Point, Cooler, Steete, Holland. Carmhersville, Pascola. Brays City. Hayti. Wardell and Stanley. One or two others may be placed in operation when the caning season siarls. Canning A scheduled to begin about July I. Wilks said. SEA HERO LEPANTO. Ark.—Citizens of Lepanto have opened a co-operative gasoline station in an effort to force prices down. Gas prices al Lepanto have been 21 and 21': cenls, while Ihe prevailing gas prices at Marlon, West Memphis and Mcmpnls have been Irani 15 lo 16'.t cents. be station was aturday office business. < °" , '" ' Steele Youths Caught in Robbery Attempt STEELE, Mo. — Otis Stanfield 43 1-8 23 S-8 U. S. Steel 38 1-2 Chicago Wheat open high low close Historians Stumped by Coin 120 Years Old BII.MNGS. (UPi—ErncM Stevens has a find thai Iras stumped all historians hereabout He unearthed In his 'garden a one-cent piece 120 years old. It was minted in 1814. In 1814, eleven years after •cwis and Clark pushed acr-ra Montana, (here were only a few rcalteied Amerlcaai near Blllitv. and cotrfc were almost an unheird of commodity. July 91 1-2 92 1-4 90 1-2 90 1-2 S«pt 92 3-8 93 91 1-8 91 I-/ Chicago Corn optn high low close July 66 3-8 56 6-8 55 1-2 68 1-4 Sept £8 1-S 59 3-4 67 3-8 56 1-6 a window and burned a iwws Hero of a dramatic rescue In the Gulf of Mexico Is Captain George Mcfirlce (above!, ot Ihe United Fruit LlDer Zacapa, who picked up 17 members of the crew of the and Claud? Steele, were Garner, arrested both of Saturday Mrhtninf Burned Newspiper MT. MERIDIAN, Ind. (UP) — While Woodson Smith sat reading In the local telephone exchange a Norwegian freighter Knut Ham- bolt of lightning crashed through sen after the nitrate-laden sbtp night while attempting to lie rash register of the City Drug store. They were making their escape through the rear end of the store when they dropped the cash register. The noise atlract- ed attention and lliey were ai- tested. Magistrate Max 1,. Kellty fixed bond for each at $1,000. Socialists Endorse Three for Governor HOT SPRINGS. Ark.—The executive committee of the Socialist Party of Arkansas late Sunday afternoon concluded its convention by naming Uie Hcc. Cliiude Wil- llfims. Paris; J. R. Buller, Pangburn, and W. A. Gilbert, Ink, as eligible for the nomination for governor. The nnmcs of the trio will be scnl to each member of the party and the one receiving the highest vote.will bv declared the nominee, Itadeis .viid. Tlio Rev. Mr. Williams s|H>kc before Ihe meeting this afternoon. The executive committee declared that relief agencies created irtiticlal scarcity o[ products thai, itd not bring nny benefit, to Ihe aborini; class, and thnl there was '.oihint; to hope for under the New Deal. The platform was along lines of Previous announcement, with the additional advocacy of repeal of all legislation thai calls for financial nd educational qiralificatiuns 'or voting- nd the holding of public offices. Auto "Blutzed" After Hitting Pedestrian READING. Pa. (IIP)—Did you ever l»el your automobile blutz? Well, George E. Sponagle did. Testifying In his own defense on charges of having faile-l 10 slop after striking 'i 'nan with Ills automobile. Sponagle said: "1 felt the car blul? ril Ihe crossing, but I didn't know I ha: struck anyone." The word "blulz" ra'.rrx- J idg> n Robert MajT; to glance at liie Jury The Jurymen novel u.-i- dcrsiandingly and the -rial continued.'; "Blutz" is Pennsylvanh much for "bi'mp" and Sponagle Mi acquired Ark., June 25 (UP) — U'o Clrlmmclt, 47, world war. vel- crnii, Is dead, and his wife and daughter are In a 1'lne Bluff hcs- pitnl wllh fincturrd skulls sis result, Uhief of Police Ed Atkinson believes, of im alitick and suicide. Neighbors found Mrs. Ola arhii- mclt, 37, and her daughter. Frances Louise, 0, unconscious, at 0:4!i A M.. today. Lying on the floor between the beds ffas Clrlmmett's tody. He had 'been shot, through the head with u .22 calibre bullet The rlllc lay beside Ills body. Coroner L. W. Moore will re- irn a verdict In the case to- ght. Police believe Clrlmmell onl berserk, beat his wife ami aughlcr with u blunt Instrument, ill then look his own life. No reason Is known lor the iigcdy. At the Davis hasplial In Plni luff Ihe condition of mother am nuehter was reported very criL cal al 2 P. M., today. The at. ack occurred, police say. abou A. M. NEW ORLEANS, June 25 (UP)— New Orleans cotlon men rallied their rorcca today for a finish fight on the bill pending before the Louisiana legislature which would impose a two per cent tnx on urou'; proceeds of purchases find tales of cotton. If the bill Is passed the ex- rlmngo wjll be forced to move out of the stale to some other city. C. Ellis, Jr., president, said today. He said the lax would IjnjKjse u burden so great thai Ihe exchange could not possibly continue lo exist under its provisions. The tax would amount to $24( for the buying and selling of 1W bales. Ini|)os!l]on of the lax woult nmke it Impossible for the Nev Orleans exchange lo compete will the exchanges of oilier slates wlicre there is ;iio such t/i according to Ellis. He disclosed that he had received invllalions from chambers o commerce and business organi/u tions of Memphis. Houston am UtiUpoit. to move the exciiangi to those cities If the tax is pxs fed. Removal of the exchange woulc seriously affect business of New Orleans, as firms on the exchang have a tolal annual payroll of tl, 7SO,GOO, employ 1,104 persons, no; renlals of $224.000, and hav banking transactions totaling $683, 000.000 a year. John S. Mosby Heads Lepanto Lions Club LEI'ANTO. Ark. -John S. Mosby, local attorney WAS re-elecled president of the Lion's club last week Other officers named were: first j ••Life's iVit'ee "orea'i vlce-presUleiH. Oscar Wcems; sec- T be preacher proml "Life's Three Surprises" Revival Subject Tonigh The revival mccllng being he] at Lake Slrcet Methodist churc was well attended yesterday. Th evangelist, the Rev. Hubert Allen, will r.nd vice-presidenl. R. A. Prllchetl: secretary-treasurer. E. O. Hazlevvood: lion tamer. J. S. Barnes; tail twister. E. L. Smith; direclors, W. N. Ray, J. w. Henderson. M. O. Whayne. C. B. McClellan. The club, which was re-organl7cd six weeks ago. has grown groin a membership of 28 to 58 at the present time. A lifeboat wllh paper out of his hands. Smitn 18 other men of the crew was still was unharmed. All the windows «<!rlfl tfhec Capt. George McBrlde U; the building -,-ss shattered. s" d * Blind Take Business Course HOUSTON. Tex. (TJP)-A dozen blind residents of Houston are laklng a special summer business course in which, in addilion id learning to read Braille, they are learning to write on the type*Titer. S17 Placed at Work Through U. S. Service Five hundred and seventeen unemployed residents of Mississippi county have bsen placed at work by the Osceola office of the National Re-employment Service since June 1. it was announced Saturday at Osceola. " Of these 203 were placed with the works division of the FERA, 221 on PWA projecls. and 13 in private employment. Of the 517 given employment, 3H were taken from relief rolls. preach tonight c lest Surpr'.u-s ilses some in usual surprises In Ibis service, prayer meeting is being conducte at 7:30 each evening In the churcl Everyone is welcome to this ser vice. The preaching service be gins at 8:00 o'clock. A survey of the communily sur rounding the church Is being mad today lo determine the posslolll ie.« of the meeting. Office Stie Found Under Big. Lake Bridge An office safe, apparently bat ered open by robbers, was founc lis morning In Big Lake unde le Highway 18 bridge, accordlni ) county officers. Deputy Arch Undscy went t >Ig Lake this afternoon to Inspec lie sac and attempt to learn •here, tt-'came frmo. "Kid" Wright fanlla deputy, reported the fin o the local/ sheriffs office till lonilni;. Mart Hilton and Alfre 'hojims are understood to hav oimd Die safe, which contulnci o valuables or money but whlcl leld papers Indicating It mlgh ave been owned by u Cardwel Vlo., concern. IN TOW Action Would Compel Resort to Motor.'Trucks, Shippers Claim MFMPlllSl June 25 tUPi-Col- ii shippers iiom New Orleans, oblle and Qul'iiori Joined with emphls loday to protest fi pro- . iscd IS per cenl hike in rail tes from interior po'iils to pcrts.- U the ralltoads persist in rais- C the rnt?s cotton shippers vdil . come tmckers and move cotton r er the highways, the Id. 8. P. Onillard, of Mobile, sp*'«k- 'j. before thi' Southwesleni Frelihl iirtuu and Southwoslcm freight, .soulution f.nld: "We are opiBsed to any Increase minimum rules which will mane. change In the quantity ot high 'nslty .shipped. H will inean nil i»vt compresses have no lance. Domestic mills do ..not ant high density cotton and-tha orts will be handicapped in gel- ng collon to the domestic mills." . J. T. liters, of Qnlfport, apeak* ig for Ihe Ameitan Ports Cfit- m Compress and Warchohse as- aciatlon, said: "We will not stand by and se« ur Investments ruined. I speak or Gulfport, and the rest of ie gulf ports, when I say we •111 go Into the trucking buii- «s If necessary to combat new 11 ^tes." Tlie present proposal would re- ult In n 4-cenl Increase from the " lemphls territory to New Orleans nd a 3-cent Increase from Dallas : o Hoas:ton and Qalveston, V. Alexnder, assistant secretary of tne lemphla Cotlon Exchange, pointed out. "Thus," he continued," we would '' 3 at a one-cent disadvantage as ompared to our present position. 3n the other hand," he said.'"the ncrcase to the southern mills w|ild e. five cents, placing them at, a disadvantage of one cent compared o their present export and New England competition. Montana Moose Bolted Through City Street HAMILTON. Mont. (UP)— Moosi appears, are only human whe t comes to' bucking city traffic. Frightened by automobiles whe I altcinptcd 10 cross n road nea own, a cow moose bolted lowar Hamilton and raced down Ihe mal street. Inside the city, the moose was errlficd still further by men an dogs, finally turning tall und es caping through nearby woods Services for Dell Child Funeral services were held ye: lerday for Sarah Elizabeth Lew! four months old daughter of M and Mrs. V. O. Lewis, of Dell, wl died Saturday of colitis. Hurl was made at the Manila cemete with the Cobb Undertaking com pany in charge. In Court Limelight Ill Student Received Degree From Prex CLEVELAND (UP)— Dr. Wlnfre G. Leutncr, newly named pres dent of Western Reserve University, al commencemenl exercises presented only one degree personally. That was to William R. Hancock. Ill In a hospital. The young student, (hough sick for a year, arts degree from W. R. U.'s itnder- 1 graduate Adalbert College. Marital difficulties notwtthstanil Ing, TI1119 Loseh, .famous Vlen- dancer, emllei as she »rri»«i at a London court to attend pro ceedings ot » divorce suit brought named Prtnci Serge nsurahce Company Pay« "'* Back Premium Taxe* LITTLE ROCK, June 25 vUP)- The state recovered $4,110 In back premium tuxes from -the'.North- • western Mutual Life Insurance company. Settlement was made by Slate Insurance Commissioner . Hugh A. Oentry though the state literacy general's office. Suit for $26,000 in back prem- ums taxes from the Central States Insurance company is expected to be set for (rial soon, special states attorneys announced today. The sum recovered today . brings the :otal to $9,000 recovered in back laxes by the Insurance commission since March 6, 1933. Business Improved After Blue Eagle Flew Away MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. (UP)— Business improved so much after Kenneth Cover, local dry cleaner lost his NliA Blue Eagle that he doesn't want the Insignia restored, he said. The emblem was taken from Cover's shop becaus-i he allegedly violated Ihe price-fixing agreement of the code. Even though the NRA has abandoned the price-• fixing calusc, Cover said he did not Intend to ask for restoration of his Blue Eagle. Jaw of Dinosaur Skeleton is Found HARLEM. Mont. (UP)—A dinosaur skeleton has been foun;l on a farm on Thirly Mile cieci rorlh of here. Only the Jaw Is exposed. Darwin Ilarbrlchl, well known palccntolo- Sist. estimated Hie Jawbone is from 25 (o 30 feet long. Plans are afoot to excavat" the remainder of the huge brail which roamed Montana in pr?-hL;tor:c days. fl|ur«. NRA Will Investigate Situation at Harriman WASHINGTON, June 25 (UP)— The national recovery administration lias rushed an expert to Harriman, Tenn., to report today on the Harrtman Hosiery company, which has announced It will close tomorrow unless its Elue Eagle Is restored. WEATHER ARKANSAS—Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday. Memphis and Vicinity—Pair and conlinued warm tonight and Tuesday. The maximum temperature here yesterday was- 98, minimum 7S, partly clouoy, tccording to Samuel F. Norrls, official wttthtr observer,

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