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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 2, 1934
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f {ft I Served by iJte fjf ! United Press THEVILLE TOX DOUDiANT NEWBPAPBl nv Mm Vor,. xxxt—NO. 01 .< D»Uy Newt BlyttwvUla courier .ppl Valley Leader Blythertlle HenUd Shot Three Times "Reaching" For Gun He Didn'l Have. BY MAX STCKM HAYTI, Mo., July 2. One man Is dead ond unrulier is expected lo die In a Memphis litispltol as the result nf n slioniing nnd a nut Ing scrape In Peniiseot eoimiy during the Wfekr-ud. Chnrlcy TUiuerls, nlxinl 40, World .War veteran, and alleged "bud man" of Cooler, was shot and Wiled atom 8::io o'clock last night near u filling slutiqn on (lie main street of Cooter, by Depuly Slier- id Willis Owens of; the Oak Eldge community, when Roberts, partly Intoxicated and disorderly, resisl- ed Officer Owens eftorls to (juiei him. Roberts, according lo Deputy Marsha) Dan Tucker of Cooter, had been drinking and disturbing the peace in Cooter when he called Officer Owens to assist In quieting him. Tucker ,<;aid Rubens reached into his pocket, ap- parenliy for a gun, when Owens shot him Ihree limes with a .38 caliber special revolver. With three bullet holes in Ihe lower part of hli chest. Roberts lived about tventy minutes. A .search of his clothing did not reveal that he possessed a gun. At a coroner's inquest conducted by Dr. J. W. Rhodes of Haytl shortly after the shooting, Tucker stated that Officer Owens arrested Roberts about two weeks ago for being intoxicated and disorderly and that Roberts then threatened Owens, telling him he "couldn't arrest me again." Roberts, a farmer until this year but unemployed, was married and the father of a son aboul 10 and a daughter about H years of age. AH lived In Cooter. In the cutting scrape, Hazel Adams, 22, of Hayti, is being held fci .Pemiscot county jail at Ca- ruthersviUe charged- with assault *ith Intent lo kill pending the outcoma of the condition of Robert Breedlove -who late yesterday was iyliiK In a Memphis"hospital i' suffering from severe knife wounds ; In his abdomen allegedly inflicted by Adams during a fight In the east side of Hayti early Saturday evening. No hope VK held for Breedlove's recovery and in the event of his deatli a first degree murder charge will be filed against Adams,, according to Projeciitin" Attorney. Robert Hawkins 'of ca- nithersYllle. • H, Pullam. in front of whose store the fight occurred, idld the following story of the fight: "Robert Breedlove and his brother. Joe, were drunk and Adams and 1 were'.helping Robert Into his car when suddenly he lurried on Adams, picked up a crank in tr.e car "and swung at him. Adnms ducked ai'd closed in fighting. Robert's brother, Joe, then Joined the Wrap and both lie and Robert attacked Adams who pulled a long knife, and cut Robert in Hie ah- domen. I know of no reason why the two Breedlove boys could have wanted to fight Adams, except' that they were drunk and jusi wonting a fight. I know of no trouble Adams had lind with them previously." Both the Breedlove boys are alleged "country toy bad men" of the Blark Island vicinity. Circa* combine Cotton Down * ~KANS. July 'i <UP> — the wpsicm Ijelt, «ecik ton. mnrfeeis nnd decline in (lie .vlionl market drove coltnn P'lo?s tlowu nearly S1.5U u ball' on the New Orleans market tortay. Rains in tl'.e c-aslci-n bell we>- imfnvorablc imt brought no support lo Dip marke\. Spiling .started ::s srton as the .i?ssion O|x:npd and l.isiecl ctircueliotii [ne day. Trailers Tread f.'audnusly N-F.W YORK. 2 (UI'J Traders mnved cautiously today on ih. 1 Mnck ext-lian^e us [iiirts ot (he .ser-uvliiefi eseluinge nt-i nf IQ:t-l —rc-iuliiilon bill-become effective-. Pries clipped lower v/llli dc>al- >i;.-j m.'ilcr lialf u i)illlli;ii .'Jn.r.-.s. Senatorial Candidates Accuse Each Other of High Pressuring Jobholders. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., July 2 tUPi—"Will the primary election campaign for United Stales senator from Missouri oil the Democratic ticket result in an investi- giilioii of how candidates collect nonr-y to fill (heir wnr chests?" Political observers here keep ask- ng-. that question as ihe three candidates for the nomination are ieiny forced to aid one aspirant, hat Kansas Cliy and Jackson •omity jobholders are being as- -essetl 10 percent of.their momh- '• salaries to aid another. John J. Cocliran, St. Louis candidate, already has said flatly he iottld ask for a probe of con- rlbutions lo the campaign of Jacob L. Milligan and Harry S. Truman, unless the alleged prac- ices are slopped. fact. Cochran already has In j jone. to John H. Palrey, 'cha'iir- man oj tlie Home Owners Loan corporation, with the" blunl slate- ment that federal employes in St -ouis, Kansas City and Springfield have been, forced to "lay it or. Ihe line" for Milligan Coch•Jin also claiim that HOLC work- erl! s;t ai their de.sks-.wpa.Ci rig iVfil- isah-For-Sonnior--'--buttons - and" display pielur,--s of the Richmond .onsrcssman in their offices. Cochran dofsn't. like it. He let l be known in no uncertain terms .ml Mr. Falrey would Investigate and ihr,:, if n*. charges are line. Ihere v.ill be some Urine in he next, pay envelope-. Ccchran aho came right ov.l and ml thai Tiuman was having his campaign financed in part by "donations" from every T .7" Pen- Jergast. her.ohman holding a : no- Itlcnl job in Kansas City and lesson comity. • femes ]'. Aylward. Truman's! campaign manager," started the' Gubernatorial Candidate Moves Into Northeast Arkansas; Talks al 7. riiiGlni! the race for the stale's suln-iiiniorlnl office smmrely before the olf'Ciors of Arkan- for the first time since the r.innpaign opened Howard Reed, iiosliiK Governor Murlnn Piitrell fnr rp-jK»)j)naiinj>, delivers :nl- .' :il Oweola and Blytheville Ifitlay. Mr. need's Osceola speech will \y. delivered at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon and his address here will be at 7 o'clock tonight on the ccurihouEe lawn. Former State Senator R. A. Nelson will introduce the speaker here. A large crowd Is expecled to rjathor for the first "major political speaking of the current campaign. Public speaking equipment pan of -Mr. Reed's entourage and will enable the candidate to be heard clearly at a distance. Rm'HISVlLLE. ARKANSAS, jfONDAV, JIJI.V 2, lfl34 Roniance^n the High C's -• •• • —-• * i ^ ' '- ~" —•• ••• H *>• > i, *•!* A parade . preceed the ad- dress of the gubernatorial candidate with friends of the candidate, Including members of local labor organizations, a bugle corps of the American Legion and others forming tlie company. Tins afternoon a number of local residents will go to Osceola to hear Reed there. A group of inbor men will go on trucks to 3e provided and others will motor lo the southern capital of the county in cars. County and district candidates will bo given an opportunity to speak briefly lonight proceeding Mr. Reed's address. Neill Reed, former mayor of Blytheville, will return here with the candidate. The lalter has been in his brother's Lillle Rock headquarters for several days. Mr. Reed will speak out of Bly- .heville for several days in carrying his campaign into northeasl Arkansas, stronghold of Putrell two years ago. His speaking dates are as follows: July 3, Monette, 1 p.m.. Jonesboro, 8 p.m.; July 4, Plggolt, Portin,">Bono; July 6, "prriing; 'Pocahontas, Newport. ' whole 'thin? by demp.nding ihat .-,. -if •'.- *"-»*«.lujii* iiim Milhsan "open his campaign finance boohs" to public scrutiny and •omphmiecl ihat he tnd Sen Ben™H ^™* Cl ™ k - h ! s •'"iPPortU, lad teen "-p,,ttln •;deral workers. tlie nee" on Milligan denied AylirnrdV; accu- lanon. Truman denied Cochmu's -liargc. Not to be left oul in ,.,,„„ ,. when there enyng to bt done. Cochran denied any ulil- ' * »''P«ratiou ,.„,, No one said r.)i ej . BRAfNTREE, Mas.^. lUPi—Jolin F. Tolleson has a cat and two kittens that play, in.friendly fashion, with his pet white rats. Mickey and ilfhuiip. He also lias mi Italian bulldog that capers with ihe rat and kittens. Argu New York Cotton NEW Cotton July Ocl Dec Jan March ^fay Spots YORK, July 2 tUP) closed steady. op5ii high low close 1200 1209 11M HM 12211 12.10 1211 1211 1243 1243 1226 122(5 12« 1S« IS, 1 !! 1231 1260 1260 1239 123-3 I2C8. 12M 1250 1230 Closed quiet at 1210. off 35. iment Over 10-Cent Game Results Fatally noldie Dennis, negro, surrendered at ti,e county jail late ve<:. «-«Iny after fatally shooting 'j 0 . ;epii Holmes, negro. T1 'f shooting occurred on n irm a short distance southeast of Blytheville and was allegedly New Orleans Cotton ORLEANS. July 2 (UP) — Cotlon closed steady. o[:c;i iilgh low closf Jllly 1205 1205 11B2 1191 Oct 1227 1221 1210 1211 Dec -. - , 1243 12-13 122S 1226 Jan ' ... v 1240 1240 1S31 1231 March - ' '|25« 1256 I2SO 1241 May-'. . • 1261 1261 1254 1251 Spots closed steady at 1207. off 29. . .' Chicago Corn open high low close .Tilly 80 1-4 05 1-2 S/ 1-4 87 1-4 Sept 90 90 1-2 88 1-2 88 1-8 Chicago Wheat open high low close July 59 1-8 59'1-2 57 M 58 1-8 Sept 60 1-2 61 59 ' 59 3-8 Elaborate Proqram Will Mark Dedication of New Clubhouse Tomorrow. OSCEOLA. Ark., .luly 1—Workmen were adding finishing touches lo Ihe Osceola Communily House today and furnishings were being inslalled in readiness for the dedicatory ceremony tomonow evening and the dance which will follow. Congressman W, .1. Driver will be ihe first speaker on Ihe dedi- . cation program beginning at 7:30 ! P. M., Tuesday evening. He will Lily Pons' nexl selection, ladies anil geiulemen, is 13.-. Ft\v, von dor Eecke, .ship's doctor on Ihe German llnef Cnp Arconn The .wlile international operatic favorite is here shown wilh her future husbinid aboard his uliip on llicir airlvnl at BiH'iios Aiii'.s. any denying to spsai: from ihe of tlie the outgrowth of n quarrel re- --ulluie over a 10-cent bet in a 'I lee game. T'>" pnir of neeroes exchanged snow. Dennis using' a pistol to .idvjiniage after Holmes hart tried a shotgun in vain. Dennis earlier had chased Holmes away from scene of dice rolling opera- iis with his pislol, it was stat- Dennis Is to be arraigned on a murder charge, it is under- HOC-d . . building to an audience congregated on tlie grounds, which is expected lo exceed a thousand persons. j W. R. Dyess, stale FERA direct- lor. under whose adminislralion tii? building was eoastructed as a joint CWA and community project. will officially dedicate Ihe structure and turn Ihe keys over to Beji F. Butler, chairman of the local board of governors. Herman Waldman's Hotel Peabody orchestra has been englfged for the scrip dance which will begin al 10 P. M. A capacity attendance of dance lovers from over eastern Arkansas is expected to fill the spacious ball room which Is designed to comfortably accommodate 500 dancers ed. Stock Prices and T ......... 11.1 1-2 Anaconda Copper .... 145-8 will. Site! .......... 32 1-2 Chrysler .............. 38 1-4 titles Service .......... 21-8 «t-n. Am, Tank ...... 36 1-2 Gf n. Electric ........ 19 3-4 °f". Motors .......... 30 1-2 'ni. Harvester ........ 32 3-8 Middlewest Utll ......... 3-16 Montgomery Ward .... 26 7-8 N'e-.v y or )c Control ... 271-4 Packard ................ 33-4 ''WHIps Pet .......... 17 1-8 ™dio .................. G 7-8 Simmons Beds ........ 15 1-2 Standard of N. J ..... 43 3-8 ~«as Co ............. 23 5-8 u - S. steel .......... 38 u - S. Smelting .......... — SEES POLITICS IKLJEF Charges Hurled at Administrator by Former Little River Worker. LITTLE ROCK. July 1 (UP) — Charges that political pressure was brought in employing federal emergency relief aid in District -No. 9 were expanded today by J. R. Henry of Hope, who nUigned last Friday as dlslriel adminfeira- tor. A new statement also -was being prepared by W. R. Dyess, state administrator, Co aasvver the charges. Dyf-<« snid he knew noih- Ihg of the spoelfte instances cltc-d by lienry. T ln_his_j;iaiemejit Heliry told of alleged pressure bi ought- to bear on him 'lo gei men into federal relieJF supervisory; jobs. V ' "After..set-ups, were ;erTecled in Little River county by .[. .1. Robertson, district -rural, rehabilitation supervisor," he said, "both Robarl- :0ii and I were approached by Dick Johnson and A. M. Tolan. of Ash.down lo find a Job for H. .11. Orion of Aslidown. who up 10 thai time had served as county administrator. "We declined on grounds that the set-up did not provd? for any additional supervisory personnel. The following day I w.ts inslrumd over telephone from Little Rock by A. R| Hortson a*. sLstant administrator In chcrqo of the rural program, who ordered mo lo create an additional field sup»r- vi50rs post to give Ortoti a ;o!i." Questioned loilay regarding the charges against his assistant. Dy- es.r said he knew nothing about the alleged telephone call. Hod/ion denied this afternoon that any post had hcen ordered created for Orion. He saitl ho advised Henry it would be unwise ai that lime to dismiss Orion— as planned In redlstricting—be- cause there were numerous details of work still to be handled by Orton. When he resigned Henry said i; was because of political pressure which resulted in tlie employment of two additional men over his protest. 'This procedure was responsible. " lie said, "for unnecessary ex- Kansas City Infant Dies of Colitit Here Francis Marion TJyche, 9 monlhs old son of Mr. and' Mrs. P. Kf. Dyche of Kansas City, Mo., died Saturday afternoon at the Blytheville hospital after a month's Illness of colitis. The little girl and" her parent,; hart been visiting her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. u L, Anderson. Tlie body was sent to Kansas City where interment will be made at two o'clock today. The L. G. Moss Undertiking company was la charge of funeral arrangements, July 4th Vacations to Vary at Various Stores A number of local business houses will bo closed on Wednesday, July 4th. Some will be.closed for the en- re day j-hile olhers will close for only half a N d»y. Believed to Have Died of Self-Administered Potion Near Forrest City. FORREST CITY, .Inly 2 (UP)While his friends w?re pic-kins roadside -berries Leroy Delancy. 3A. Memphis, died of poisoning yes- lerday near Palestine, n few miles from here on Highway 10. According to M. F.rfjtilcer, coroner, who held the • Inquest, th-T poison v.-as believed self administered. Coroner Sulcer talked with Delnncy's relatives who snld the young man \\os despondent over separation of his wife. Delancy and C. 13. Ellis and H. M. Johnson, all oi Memphis, were- «i route ;o Liltte Reck seeking work. T!i?y stopped at. Forrest.'City Saturday night and were walking on toward tilth Rock whsn Ellis and Johnson halted to pick herries. They lold officers they found Delnncy a few minutes later in n roadside dilch frantically drinking the dirty water. • He di?tl :i few minutes later. Geodetic Survey Is To Construct Marker System WASHINGTON. July 2 (UP)- Thc United Funtes ' Coast and Gmletie Survey has begun construction ot a system of land elevation markers al 10-mile intervals over most of Ihe Unilcri Stales, officials said today in denying rtfjiorts (lint glsint towers would b.-> built to lie used as geodetic lalwratories. II was said the elevation markers would cmnprlfe small copper plates which would prove nr invaluable aid lo engineers. The mousy for the project n-ould be supplied by the Public Works Administration. Rehabilitation Gardens Revived by Weekend Rain OSCEOLA. Ark.. Jiily 1—Roins, which were general over Mississippi county Saturday, breaking tunnlng 25 per cenl of ihe general relief costs to date." HaK-Year Motoruts Warned to Watch Step Temporary pedestrians who have lived in hopes of polishing up the old fRmily bus and backing it out of the garage for the first lime this year today Imd belter watch liveir slcp. Ross Beavers, cily clerk, warned. Of course, it can be done, but those who think they can <!o so on a ,)mlf-yenr city license are likely to find ihemselvcs in an i EMrr!cm o.' ihe county nnd the forty-acre community garden at Wlfcon, according to 8. N. Wilson, county rural rehabilitation supervisor. The gardens, on which the rehabilitation clients are almost entirely dependent, were suffering severely from the Ion? continued dry weather, the garden supervisor said. the license ordinance which provides that cars may be operated on last-half licenses only after July 31st or In reality only for five months. MARBU5HEAD, Mass, (OT) — Roland Pearly planted pansy seeds and harvested tomatoes. That h, he thought they were pansy seeds. He didn't discover his mistake until several healthy tomato plants I sprouted in his ptruy bed. TO HIS jovcrnor Tolls of Promises Made and Kcpl in I'irsl Fonnn CiKKENWOOlY, Aik.! July 2*S P) — Clmernur Fulrell fonxnlly oiienwl Ills cninpuleii for re-Hre- llon here lixhiy. fllvlni; an a«-oii,ii o] his sicw- uriMifji, IIIHI iHlliilinv; io Un. iv- '•iii'llnti of .sliiie o]icra(iin; ex- iwiism .mil the Mate's lennweil rnnndeiicr t;iili,ed through the reulliii: ui'l, he Mtbmllini h| S record. In slj)i[)lt? liU5t;ur\L"f: l)p iX)!iitO[i one by cue lo pi-omlsra he kepi —to a SO per cent reduction In the cost of iniio llccmes. a M I'.'f cent reduction in K°vern- uentfil «KK (he subinfelon of :wo proposed Vonstllullonal ainend- iiients which would prohibit ISMI- ince oi tends without public en- .loi-Eeinenl ni u general election and prohibit Increases In tti.vrs wlilKiiil 11 general vole. He nriiiicd for ihe supiml fit Lhose two amendments and iirge.1 support of (he ucammar schuol education amendment. A pcllllon lo .-,-111)11111 the latter projwsnl at he getirral election this fall is now wins rlirulaled. The governor turned on his critics, saying: 'Some suy I nil, surrounded by disloyal friends, that Ihcy misled me. mid Ihm j ninkc mistakes." He acknowledged making niLs- Inkcs. bul said he did not make mhtnke.s in reducing governmental costs nnd the state's mitstnnc l .!ni> •'?bts. B "1 illd not make a mistake." he said, -when i cniucd Act 5 to te pnssed conipclllngj Ihe stale's financia) garment to be cm to fit ihe elolh." He paid high tribute to members of the Mill general assembly He snld: "I think It wa,s the best let,,- ialtire in the history of the state." Federal Jury Indict* Nine.Pemiwot ResJd«Dt: CARUTHERSVILI.E, Xfo._ n,. diclinnils against nine residents of Pemlscot county were returned by tlie federal grand jury in St Louis and these .will face trial on charges nf conspiracy to defraud tlie government by making" false statements In applying for crop production, feed and seed loans Indictments were, returned ngnlnsl Huey Mlchle and Able Rushing, prominent Pemlscovians, and who were both formerly connected with the Bank of Cooter now in liquidation. They are ac- curcd of forging signatures to loan checks in the amount of $474 Similar Indictments were return- mi against A. F. Wheeler, land viewer appointed by the county Inml agent, and six others. These were all named in one indictment ilieging a conspiracy lo obtain onus on nntlllable lands. Named wllh A. !•'. Wheeler were his three sons. H. T., M. p., nnd Jeff Wheeler. R. W. Willcutt. and Earl and Alma McCnrtner were also Included In thu indictment. Tiro additional indictments were returned against Wheeler, Individually. Both charged forging of signatures on loan checks. High Court Says Shank Must Die LITTLE HOCK. July 2 (UPl- Mnrli 11. Slttink, Akron, O., allor- ney, ronvleled of the mass nnir- 'IT of Ihe family of Alvln Colley, us rrfiiMMl u rehearing by the .rknnsns supreme court today. lie is .sentenced lo die. Governor r-'u- .'II will announce Ihe execution He shortly, il wan Indicated. Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Sherrill, 83, Dies at the Home of Her Daughter. STEELE. Mo. - Mrs. Martha Eli/iibeth Sherrill. 83. died at D:10 o'clock this morning at Ihe home of her [linieliler, Mrs. Alma Grls- som, here. 31ie had been In ill lienlth for several years. A stroke of paralysis, suffered Thursday complicated hi>r condition. Mrs. Sherrill camp here In man and was one of the surviving seiners of this community. She was n member of u iirmnlneni family. Kiuvial services will l» held lo- morrow afternoon ni. two o'clock with Ihe Rev. Mr. Mnssey, rmsloV of the First Methodist church officiating, funeral services will be held at the home of Mrs. Orls- som. The deceased Is survived by besides Mrs. Oissom, another daughter, Mrs. Jennie Weaver of Senath, Mo., and two grandchildren. Marlhn Willford Orlssom and Mrs. Lester Bailey, Ihe latter of Seimlli. To Relax Provisions of City's Building: Code Informal authority to relax cer- inin provisions of the city's slrin- eenl building code was given L. Friday afternoon Mayor Cecil Shane ond the council instructed the Hint sections of the code Jackson Jury Convicts Otto Menz of Murder JACKSON, Mo.. Juno 30.—Otlo Menz was found guilty of second degree murder in the killing of Frank Roscme. Rorkview, Mo.. merchant, by a Cape Gtrarttau county Jury here Thursday night. Punishment was fixed at 15 years in the state penitentiary. The verdict marked Ihe conviction of the first of three persons charged wllh the killing. Olhers indicted for the crime are Mrs. Edllh Menz. formerly of Blythe- vlllo. Ark., wife of the convicted msn, and Ivan Siroup. Mrs. Menz was the first to go to trial but a hung Jury re« buildings — — be relaxed, mxr •mipridmcnl of the code to relax certain of its requirements In of- The rigid building code for construction within the fire limits has never ocen strictly enforced. Even the city hall was constructed with- o'.il meeting certain requirements so strict enforcement of the code o-oiild pincc cily officials In Ihe imusunl position of requiring types ni construction the city failed to n« in its own building. Specific fuilhoriiy lo "eore up" on enforce- mrnl of the slecl Joists nnd concrete roof provisions Is understood | to have been granted with erection ;of a service station at Main and First streets as the Immediate obi Jret, I Lake Street Revival Is Attracting Interest At the Lake Street Methodist church last night, the evangelist, the Rev. Hubert A. Allen, preach«n to a lai-ge audience. It. was decided that the meeting will close tomorrow night. Tliore will be services tonight and Tuesday night at 3:00 o'clock. mi PIHEEI HITLER 1IICS New Liberty Infant It Victim of Colitis Herman L. Prltchard, 23 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. H H Prich»rd, died at 7:30 o'clock Sat,! urday morning At the family hooie "!..lh*.:Nrw .Liberty commuiilty, ,U*IU* nut 41,o. u*tiai"of"-hls'"d™fr Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the family home with tht Rev. Mr. Horn of Manila ofTIcIallng. interment was made at Sandy Ridge cemetery The Cobb Undertaking- compiiny was in charge of arrangement. • The.deceased Is survived by his parents and one brother, Beimv LnClive Prlchard Put Off Church Session The business meeting of the First Baptist church congregation, scheduled for Wednesday evening, has been postponed one week because ot the Ponrlh of July celebration. Ethel Transfers Activities To Carutliersville _ CAHUTHERSV1LLE, Mo-A 17 year-old negro jirl, Ethel Mae Hay wood, armed with a razor created more excitement for three hours here Saturday night than has anything In Carullier.sville for a number of months. Officers had been .searching ne- cro hoiises and dives for the Degress since Thursday •morning enr U when she entered a residence it-re and stoic a number of arti- "" imong them n white gold 'I. _ valued at $9'o. .,, - e ' r * u ' fls recognized as the thW on the streets here Satur- ar.y afternoon when the owner of "the" i "" n8S rccognlzc<l » ---. the girl fled. Several hours atcr she wn.i located. But again she escaped, not be- orc. however, she was seen lo live a razor In her possession. Of- icers, townsmen, and those merelv nterastrd In .witnessing the cap- » "' of°°ca U " thC ChRSe ' A ni ™d went screaming arounY'c'or- -ra. darting down alleys, and racing on the main thorough""• , 1Eseh '"no. seemingly hem"M. the girl worked out of the tight spot." and raced off. baic- It 0 ™ o tnd "* " fnst as « deer" scorchers combing the^lownl''^* was finally cornered In an alley Aged German Presideht AppToves Bloody Quell-', Jug of Incipient Revolt. • BERLIN. July 2 (UP)—President Pmil Von HlndMiburirtoilav con, ' fmed his liicMings on Cha'ncrticr. Hitler's bloody liousecleanlng of thV Nazis, From his ratatf, Neud'erk • hi Bisl PriLssla', ihe agP d -flpij maishal piesldpnt (elegr.tplied'Hit- ler and Herman Cio?rlng, his chief cabinet nlde, agrcelnjr wlttfthelr actions, congratulaiing theiifori.' llielr victory and ihankijig -ihem in ihe nation'* name.. A.S lilndcnburg wnt his ineRsage ' the Indication of his views' on Ihe sanguinary siiiiresslon p'f the storm troojw.s revolt, there wns strong Indication that the- cloiith loll might prove high.' •:'.>' II was re|»rt£d that a doztuS 1 more .iluun troop Icadera were/ cxeciiled last nlghi (h at ^uj,, Itave brought the known IKt to », but II wns understood from nn aulliorltatlve uon-govcrnnient source thai a number oJ additional storm iioop men were executed yesterday and even as late as midnight . at ihe Llcluwfelde Cadet School. The infnrmanl said many of •cm died wllh the words. "Hall, Hitler", on Ihelr lips. Karl Ems',! Berlin-Brandenburg leader, whose execution was announced, was'saJd lo have-died with that cry it' was understood that after inveitl* "ullon of conditions in ihe provides and n check of arresting -•gentries an olliclnl communication vvoiild be given, listing (he raim; wr of nrresUs mid deaths. • All soi-Ls of reports were clr- culalcd, some undoubtedly exag-* serultd. u seemed probable however, that a number of secondary leaders were executed, committed- suicide or were killed in resisting arrest. When tlie revolt broke 'Saturday it .was announced that a number of', leaders .had died in one of these three'ways, but official announcement O f slorm .troopers deaths hn^o listed 'duly till! namfes -Sf.lrieri-executed':'*'•'*# As the jtovcriimeul continued its investigation of the revolt, it was learned from an authoritative ' source that all but one or two members 'of Ute staff of Vice- chancellor Fronz, Von Papen Con-' servativp leader, had been arrested. Hlndenburg'5 telegram was-re- gnrded as particularly significant because Von Papen Is listed as a close friend of hlu and Is sut>- posed lo be Intimate in his political contacts. The telegram also constituted Ills own denial of reports that the president was desperately III. His health has not wen good for years, as he 'suffers from chronic prostate trouble Von Pnpen himself, it, was'-said was not under arrest although he was under vgunrd—protective cusiody-at his home, as . was Prlnrr August Wilnelm, fourth son of the former kaber. Some of the stolen articles were recovered, but the bracelet was no? the most valued arlicle taken, vllle officers on many n breath^ less chase over a period of years The apparently incurable house thief has left more than one "flat root' puffing far behind. Her past tew escapades here have not been very successful. There vas no sug- eesllon, however, th«t she return here. Robert E. Lee, Former. LocaJ Teacher, Die* fiobert R [>e, former "in- ' structor in the local schools, died al Piggott. Ark., this morning- after an Illness of three weeks duration. Mr. Lee had served as superintendent of the public schcoLs at Pisgott for tlie past several years. He wns a member of the staS of the. public school system hsre as a junior high Instructor aboul 1-i years ago. The deceased- Is survived by hi? widow, Mrs. Marj' Lee, formerly Miss Mary Brooxs of this vltv and a son, Robert E. Lee ,Tr '' Relatives of Mrs. Lee from 'this city left today for Piggott. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Brother o| Local Woman Dies at Union City Graham Allen, 49, brother of Mrs. E. A. Fisher, died at his horns in Union Cily, Tenn., Saturday following a brief illness from yellow jaundice. Funeral services were held yosterday afternoon at that rily. Mrs. Fishev. Mr. and Mrs. Jim. Bums and Harry Atkins went over for the funeral wilh Mrs. Fisher remaining for several days slay. The deceased is also survived . by his wife, one 'daughter, Mri. Jim Burns,- Jr., his mother, Mrs, Sara Allen, and one brother, Hardy Allen, all of Unkm Cily. . WEATHER AHKAffSAS—Partly cloudy and. lomewhat unsettled tonight, aod Tuesday; continued warm. Memphis and Vicinity—Generally fair tonight and Tuesday. The maximum temperature here- yeslerday was 91, minimum ft. cloudy .with .05 of an-inch uln, ; according to Samuel F. official wctuxr ilmm>',

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