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Served by United Prefa VOL. XXXI—NO. 115 BLYTHEVILEE COURIER NEWS TUB DOMOUMT JilWWAMR OF NOBnOf^ ARSANBA1 AND BOUTMAffT IUBXXIKI Blythevlllo Dili; Mem BlytlierUl* Ooirttr Mississippi Valley u»der BlythertUe Her*U B1.YTHKV1LLR. ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, JULY 31, 193-J SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS U. S. PROTECTION AGAINST LONG •Calls A. A. A. the Moses of American Agriculture TB BEDSIDE DF Martial Lnfv at Kohler After Strike Riots KT BE UPHELD FAYETTEV1L1.E. AlX., July 31. ' iUP)—Success of Ihe agricultural j adjustment adnunLslration Is in ll/j hands of the three million j „ iiirmeis who voluntarily signed!., . ... ,-> production control contracls. D. VO1CCS VlgOrOUS UppOSlllOD to Proposals for Sus- I'. Tient, of the A.A.A. lieailuuar leis, said at the annual Farm and Home Week picgram hete totlay. Comparing Ihe regime-million of farmers under tin- .igrirullurc iv- iief program '.vith Mo.ses' leadership of Ihe Israelites, lie praised the AA.A. and pointed to improving conditions as an iudicu- lion of its elfcc-livene.Sb. FUTRELL is SMS No Doubl of Governor's Reelection, Speaker Declares at Osceola. Son of Arkansas Solon Seriously Injured in Tall a I Dyersburg. DYERSBURCi. Tenn., July 31 lU P)—Physicians announced alter a:i examination this afternoon thai Bobbii Caraway. 18. had tn.elur- cd !ns t/.'.ill in n fall from a horse licit last nigh! They with-. iT-ld :ui r-merflci.ry op»-: - :Uion. DYERSBURG, Tcnn., July 31 ' U P)—Bobble Caiaway. 18-y'->ar-uld ion of U. S. Senator Haltie l.'ar- awny, of Arkansas, was in a i-iii- Ical condition at a hospital here today after falling from a lior.-v last night at Newbern. The youth, who has been two years al the United Slates Military Academy at, We.sl Point, wns thrown from his horse when the mount stumbled. The boy's hi-atl ,'1 believed to have struck the concrete pavemenl. Mrs, Caraway was en rou;c from her home at Jpnesboro. Ark.. !o be al the bedside of her son. She was to be joined by a surgeon ;.i Memphis and an emergency operation will be performed here. The youth -was Mill unconscld:::! ihis morning. Caraway has been visiting Iu;.| aunt, Mrs. J. J. Jonss. and his] cousin, Mrs. Charles French, at! Newlx-rn, ior liie past iluee week-. Several Units he has accompanied Iriends horseback riding in the afternoon. Yesterday Caraway was riding wilh Jeitcrioii Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jones, Miss Rebecca Oiune. and Miss Jacqueline McKclvy. Tlie accident happened in the j taxes and in spite of a rcductioi eastern.:, part of Newbern when i'" automobile license fees. the h'oree;.•started to turn and Aiisy.ers Penitentiary Churse ., young CHrVfruy a"u«*mpteii to hol't -•'Mi r :--Bo>?lineer challenged Howit straight. There was a stum- ard Reed to lake to the federal ble and the youth fell. He was smml jilry the accusation he made pending Cotton Control. JASI'Klf. Ala., July 31 lUP)-- S'.'iiatoi John H. Bankhead, author of the Biiukhead cotton con- liol act, today recorded with Sov- idary of Agriculture Wallace vigorous (ip|]0.sition to suspension of any pail of the act. Agitation for suspension of the :iet originates among persons full- Ing to co-operais and big shipper;; and Ginir'n; In Texas, •Senn'oi 1 Bankheful declined in a telegram to SHTOlary Wallace. Rltsw to Co-operating Producers "With the prospect that co-oper- allni; producers will not ijensr- ally exceed their allotment!), and Steel Corporation Shows Net Profit NEW YORK, July 31. lUI'l — Directors of the United Slates | Steel corporation lodny declared a I dividend of 50 cents a share on prefcited stock, the same iu> paid I In recent quarters. i The company had net profit of] $5,35t),:!-n in the .second quarter, a net lo.«.s of $<!.9B'J.!K)5 hi the lire- ceding quarter, nnd a loss of $B,- iW7,3tn In the second (iiiarter ol IU3J. ILLEu|, USE DF Soldiers Face City Police in New Orleans Political War. In wide areas :all short of Wisconsin Naliunal Guardsmen Kohler, Wis., to preserve onJer message said, "suspension of the lax would be a severe blow to the splendid spirit of co-operation which has been abundantly manifested by the action of 90 per cent, of cotton growers." Dispatches from Washington Indicate that there is little likelihood that Secretary Wallace will ask President Roosevelt to suspend Ihe measure. Even with n short cotton crr^i, well below the 10.4C0.250 bales, I I M II 1 r» which may lie sold tax free underlJ- J- Moore Heads Ufgan- tlie bill, theie would be difficulties surrounding any decision to nullify the measure. oil duly before the Kohler company pin aflj-r a night of rioting in which two slrl! nl lu the model village of Ikers were killed and two score Injured. OSCEOLA. Ark.. July 31.- -The issue in the campaign of Governor Fiilrell for a second term has never been in doubt and the outcome is noi in jeopardy. Neil Bohlin- g.er, memljci 1 of the Arkansas legislature and attorney of Darda- jielle. declared here last nigiu when he addressed an audience of around a Ihv.isand pei^ons in behalf of the yoven'.or. outiinin; the administration's achievements and answering Howard Heed's "campaign uf ridicule." "Tlie Full ell refunding bill the outstanding piece- of legLsla- tiuu in your generation or mine.' he said, comparing the present a u einut to regulate- the cotton crop. linnncial condition of the state [,,. compulsion by a suspension of the bill are those whose yield exceeds Ihe quotas they may sell tax free. Would End Control For one thing, suspension probably would mean the end of any its condition two years ago • when il was bankrupt, and citing Ihe fad that the condition has been improved without any increase in carried first to the home of and Mrs. J. B. Crcnshuw. at Ncw- bern, and was brought to Dyei"**- burg lireplthl at. 1 A. .M. today. New York Cotton NKW YORK. July 31 tUPl — Cotton closed barely steady. open high loiv close Oct ma 33^1 1303 130! Dee 1333 1335 -• 1315 1315 Jan 1MB 1333 1321) 1321 March 1351 1351 1330 1330 May 1358 1358 1340 —.1 July 1303 1363 13« 1317 S|K)ts closed uuiei- at 131">. otf 5. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, July 31 IUP) — Colton sagged atfer a .strong opening and lost almost 50 cents Oft Dec Jan March May- July open 1318 1330 1334 1349 13-ia 1354 high low 1318 1300 1330 1314 1334 1317 1349 1338 1315 l:CLI 1355 1354 1302 . Quite a few inquiries about the Prediction of His Own Death Quickly Fulfilled AMSTERDAM. N. Y., July 31 (U PJ—Although apparently in good health, William Borsl. (J4. predicted he would die shortly. Wllhlti an hour he died. ization Perfected at Manila Last Night. A Futrcll-For-Governor club of; the Chickasawba district of Mis-1 sissippi county was organized at a meeting at Manila last night, st-1 tended by citizens from every J. J. Moore, well known Number Nine CRIllulLI ILE German Cabinet Summoned Because of Aged President's Condition. N1-:W OIIIjKANS. July 31. (UP) —Mayor '!'. Seiinnes Wahnsley today asked for foderftl Intervention iiualnst Senator' Hucy P. Long nnd ills nntlonal guard. Wnlmsley appealed to the adju- lanL Reneral of tile United States, leouestltiB trial he Investigate he "Illegal use of arms of the United Stales in connection with the Illegal use of troops and the proclamation of martial law In the city' of New Orleans," finding of the marines would complete Uic picture. at 8 o'clock last evening following Khnkl s'hlrt.' of^Hucy" Lolig's nit- one week of illness from a kidney Honal «uard are holding siege on ailment and complications. Last the office of the registrar of vol- tes will br held al tlio First m for Orleans parish, ijnptlsl church of Conway. Ark.,l Flfty fcct , lwny bl ,| Ccoats of Wcdnesday a lernoon, wo o'clock, | MByor ' wnlmrtey* clly police are and burial will be made ihere. i mmg i,ig In listless battle forma- Ile was taken to the hospital 'lion nboiit Ihe cily hall, last Tuesday nfter having buen i Each movement Increases hitler- stricken suddenly ill. He had, ness between the two camps, .seemed much Improved and was Senator Long announced that believed to be out of dnnger until the trops would not molest city Quick Turn in Illness Re-, suits in Death at Hospital in Memphis. Adolph "Slats" Oration, 30, died, at the Memphis- Baptist hospital OOLLFUSS DEfllH he suffered a hemorrhage. His tension. brother. Roscoe Crafton. and sis-! A " cw taw. rammed through tlie ter, Mrs. Wade JeiTrlcs, of Little'legislature lasl month by Long Hock, were with him, and his bro- DEHUN, July 31 (UPl-Presi-'' he . vs ' R«IKrl nml Jim. who had Spots cltt.ed quiet at 1303. oil H. Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK. July 31 lUPI — Prices gradually recovered toward the close of the slock markel today, leaving llie list irregularly higher. A. T. and T 108 1-4 Anaconda Cop]xT . , s Bethlehem Steel Chrysler Cities Service Coca Cola General American 'I General Electric 18 1-2 General Motors 27 1-8 International Harvester Middlewest Utilities Montgomery Ward New York Central Packard Pliillipj Petroleum .... liadlo Corp Simmons Beds SI. l.'iuis-San Francisco Standard of N. j 41 Texas Co ' 22 a recent campaign speech here when .he charged thai prisoner's at Tucker farm were fed this year with federal relief commodities intended for the state's jobless and destitute.' "Thai just isn't u fact," he snid, 'and Howard Reed knows it isn't i fact. If he thinks so, it is his :luty to his stale, to his God and lo humanity lo place the information before the federal grand jury." Answering Reed's charge thai the governor gave employment to loo many members of his family he paid the payroll for the 1923 legislature when Reed was speaker showed that he drew si per day. his fon. estimated lo b? seven years of age at that time, was on the payroll as a page al S4 per day. and "the services of 'Baby liccd' were so valuable he was continued for two months after the legislature adjourned on the holdover committee at a salary of $BO per month." During Mint lime Clark Martin. Reed's son-in-law, and Hrose Massengill. his brother- in-law, were also on tlie payroll Eohlinger said. Oilier Candidates ('resent The speaker was introduced last night by J. B. Bimn of Osceola. secretary of the Mississippi Coitii- Democralic Central committee. Prior to his talk candidates for (ounty. district and township of- among the farmers in the drouth area of Texas and Oklahoma. Eacf. farmer will be allowed to sell tax exemption certificates if IIH fails to reach his quota. by citizens from almost P f 1 el i \ township in the district. tontesscd Slayer and Accomplice Die on Gallows in Courtyard. VIENNA, JUily 31 (UP) .-^"jhe sclst Austrian ''government hanij- ! two Nazis today for the tnur- ,. „.,_.. „ i - er of Chancellor Engelberi Doll- Mayor Cecil Shane of Biythe- fl]SSi declaring war to the death He acted as temporary chair-. on Na7bl j, nnrt forci a 5nmv . man, preliminary to.permanent or-j down on the party's attempted n- ganlzation. and Kendall .Berry, volt. ; " A Move to License or Close Slot Machines Here Is Forecast. Action by city authorities to secure revenue from so-cnllcd jack pot. slot machines, which have returned to rear rooms of various stores in Ijlytheville. or have operation of the machines sloppscl was forecast by one city official planter, was elected treasurer. ville dent Paul yon Hiiidenburg, Germany's war hero and beloved ix?nce i time leader, was critically 111 today. ! The cabinet wns summoned hurriedly from all par Us of Germany. The rugged 88-year-old warrior, although weakened by months of serious illness, refused to bow his litad to the enemy. He left his bed' 'this .morning, tooR '•» lltUe nourishment, and showed lively interest _in his surroundings. Then he returned to bed, lib doctors!Mrs F. T. ManDa editor, as secretary.' i : . Otto Planetta, who confessed to Just returned here an hour earlier, reached him before he passed away. forces, may take the police out of (he hands of city authorities at midnlglit. Police are bitter against the bill because It means reorganization flf the department. The A native of near Conway. "Slats," j' nw provides that a board of civic as he wns known by everyone, I lent ' s>rs VII rule the police, came to Blytheville seven years' Walmsley announced that letters ngo. At the time of his death lici wcrc being sent the speaker of the was office manager of the Crafton ' ln uso of representatives and the Bros. Co., wholesale grocers. He committee on elections In Wasli- was educated at Conway and lat- higton, calling attention to the er attended Arkansas--Treh »l RUS-.'governor's proclamation .of^martial ... sellville. (law. .' * He is survived by his mother,]. Ma j' or Wnlmslcy [ate Monday announced, "and entered a peaceful sleep." For months he has suffered from a bladder complication. The public mennwhlle went Munlclpr,- Judge C. A. Cunning- : firinB the f-ital -shot nnd Frn-i/ "" i i" 11 ""- «i™uv»iiiii: »VUL ham of Blytheville, in a brief talk/ Hokweter. one of h°s accomplice"! ab ° Ut it£ Jaiiy tusks ullnwarc thfll , reviewed complaints against the were hanged in : the yard of he ! fulrell administration and gave court building where lliev were his answer to each. He also told tried and condemned. " of pans to -have Joe Mahoney,| They were the first, of the 1« il was gravely been ordered to prominent El Dorado attorney ' Nazis involved in the raid on speak in the county. Mahoney's' tlie chancellery when Doll fuss was' ^ r "u,, itinerary was announced as fol- killed, and olhers of their ac-' Crnb " rB Chancellor Adolph Hitler prepared Kite today tt> proceed to :k, where President von Hin- lies 111. lows: Blytheville. Thursday. 8 P. comni'lces also appeared in "danger M.: Leachvllle. Friday. 2:30 P. M.. of the gallows nnd Manila. Friday. 8 P. M. Trans- The Nazis lu, nortation to the Manila meeting blow up St. St !S to be furnished residents of Eur- and kill priest rounding rural sections. I handed Local officials of the Futrell club were named for a number of corn- have threatened lo Stephens cnthedrnl if Nazis are Fletchers and Heads Victims of Lake Pirates immitics. They are. listed as vice- chairman . and vice-secretary re-' spcctivcly: L. G. Bycrly. c. C. 1 County. Leachville; W. W. New-1 Ecm. LeRoy Carter, Carmi; Bruce here today. Declaring which have that cash the machines, jack pots r.re iices were lo speak. The only candidates present were Miss Carey Wooclbuin of Blythe- lille, candidate for county courl clerk, who made a short talk, and ID 3-4 Consressman W. j. Driver of Os- 27 1-4 ccola, who said that in 20 years 33 1-2 of political life lie had never made 1 7-81 a campaign in his home romuy. — I A Idle:- regretting . his Inability purely illegal, not only under city ordinances bui slate laws, the official said that the city might as well realize some revenue off machines if they arc to be operated in violation of the law. The-machines were ousted a number of months ago by prosecutors and law enforcement officers but latrl T It I L lull Johnson With Death of Negro j I Chicago Sunday night Johnson, well known farm- j viewed the fnlr from Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald Fletcher of Joiner. Ark., nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. j Wilson Hend. of Memphis, all of whom formerly lived hero and fre- 'quently visit In this cily. were a band of thieves in as they the lake Culo and John Bearden, Pawheen; 01 ' llv ing east of Blytheville and ! front. Will Garner and Walter Skinner.' (ormc1 ' locnl merchant, will face. The Fletchers lost $120 and a Boynton: Joe Rauls. Geneva; R. Preliminary examination In munic-1 watch nnd Mr. and Mrs. Heal M. Belew and Gray West. Brown's 'P a 'court this afternoon on a were robbed of $7. Spur; R. s. Hudson and John cl 'arge of manslaughter in llicj The lake pirates boarded .... Benson. Manila; J. H. David. Shn- death of J. E. Johnson, aged ne-;sight seeing speed boat, robbed sisters, M Crafton, o( Conway, four !? sllcd ,, R stnl «™ent offerins to're- :rs. Wade Jeffries .and: Mgn !t . Hlley , Lon * ""?? " slgn Misses Zola' »rrt Velma Crafton M s?rator and of Little Rock, and Mrs. Dick Eu- ivnrds of Benton, Ark., nnd six brothers, Rupert nnd Jim, of here, Roscoe, of Little Rock, nnd Leo". Leslie and Hardy, of Conway. His father died six years ngo. Tlie body was accompanied to Conway last night by Roscoe Crafton. Mrs. Jeffries, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rupert Crnfton nnd Jim Crafton. Misses Clarice Kennedy and Warrene Brownlce and M. F. Brown- Ire Jr.. who also went to Memphis Inst night, returned here todny and left this afternoon for Conway, accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Don Samnions, Mrs. Tom F. Mnrtln : him in a special election to fill the vacancy created by Long's resignation. Wnlmslcy, bnck from n two . weeks' vncntlon. issued a brief statement, lambasting Long as an "unqualified liar" and topped it by describing the senator a "mad liat- tcr." (laughter. Miss Virginia, Mary Sue Crnfton, and Bob Bnrkowtt?, Porlngevillc, Mo. Others will tomorrow. Senator Long sent word back that he was "going to do everything I said 1 would" in speeches he made while Walmsley was out of the city. One of his threats was to take complete charge of the board of tax assessor's office in New Or-, leans, placing field men of the- 1 Louisiana tax commission in, control of the assessing duties in the ""city, go, Active pallbearers will be: Ernest Hnlsell, Rlley B. Jones, Fred Warren, w. J. Wunderlich. Cerl L. Frnnks. of Gridcr. Bruce Holt. R"-- mond Zachry, Pat O'Bryant. Jlm-j Windstorm at Cooler Does Serious Damage COOTEH. Mo.—Extensive dam- . . riy Grove: Otto Bradberry. A. J. Lewis. Roseland; Ben Gill and M. , F. Brownlee. Dell; Dick Crawford v " te hospital several days after | victims on a const guard lighter ' 0 !s i: pnsscnsers of more than Tllc nc 8 r ° died at the Blythe- ; S200 and Jewelry, marooned their . and Pat Raspberry, Gosnell: Tom ne was allegedly struck on the! a W. Jackson. Blytheville: Blan Lof- nen<) *?y tlie white man in an ar- in half the opportunity] have returned to this city as we. 1 as other towns In this section, it ia understood. Calling attention to the fact that vending machines, weighing machines nnd others are taxed, the cily oflicial said that since some business men were evidently do- pending on illegal jack pot machines for a large part of Ibeir revenue the cily might get some , The ! fo'.iiu! stranded. skull ! mile off shore, and left craft, which was later 32 3-4 to attend the mee.ing. because of r.vcnue rom he •• ' - dlness wa, read_ from George W.j The slot machines should either Bcuham of niythcvilie. candidate ce legalized and revenue colecled or oiilawed. It was stated. l< was pointed out by another thaj possibly the jack pol machine opera-. icrs would rather pay some form of a tax than be forced ove the machines. 2 1-8 23 20 2 7-3 15 5-8 for county ami probate judge. ] Pioneer Resident of Steele Community Dies H. steel ... S. Smclliiv; STEELE. Mo.—Services were held 1 J-tjSunrtay morning for David C. ((Jn-8 cle Dave) Crews. 70. one of the earliest settlers of this commun- 34 5-3 123 1-1 Chicago Wheat lin. Ghent Green. Huffman; Lige RUmeni at Johnson's farm Adkiwon and Irwin Harrison, For- death certificate showed a .>i.u.i, tv and Eight; Andy Hnrs'hmnn, fracture ns causing the negro's T I R an licl Tomato: Jack Trimue nnd Mose death. ,i>":r ud(iu:>t Smith, Yarbro; Houston Skelton.l ! Is Dedicated Sunday . Promised Land; Roy Lawson and M. I. stutts. Lost Cane. Manila Man Seriously Hurt in Road Accident COOTER. Mo— Many from here mie Scruggs'and Dave Grifiln, of nge to crolK anti ° ui1dl »5 s was "fcmphis done by a windstorm which vis- ..„ „ „. ... . 'tied this community over the week Honorary pallbearers will be: J., cn(I . Corn wfls b! J wn dow cot . Louis Cherry. Fred Brown, Dr. I. (on wns , njured and a number ot . R Johnson. Max Parks, Roy Hud-1 lH)uses andJ barns were wrecked- w u"i ™ mC ^ ^, ngland ' LoBan l The J. H. Smith fnrm suffered ^±^ W -* T M,£™,!£ S,~ S'l'hc largest loss, estimated at $2.- Barnes, J. F. Livingston. W. McMullln. . A n . bam on llls farm . Wllllarns. P. C o a SSh™rbl»«3S|" s dCS ' r °>-' d ' *' ° f ^ """" Wilson. Louis Wilson, Marvin! Quiet Ceremony Held for Marie DrMslcr! serloluljF in J ur «l nnd Herscheli lur murie uressier (.,„,. ,,„,,,„ . i | . the dedication of the Baptist, : MANILA. Ark.—Ed Hown was church there. There was prcach- ;riously injured nnd Herschel i In 8 ""d sil 'S in S. and at noon a Clay badly cut and bruised when 'Hjncli was served to hundreds. went lo Tyler Sunday to attend! o. Usrey. Raymond Turner. CIo6 .. _ . ,, „. . suflered. His livestock was saved, Minn. Fred Matthews. John Bage,' bllt „ nv ,, ob j ect njt the horns ^i,h" ™' H ' r V f' , H °^ ^^oia cow and broke them off. Saliba, Dixie Crawford, E. F. Blo-j meyer. Ed Rice. E. E. Alexander.) Omar Lutes, A. G. shtbiey. Dr. M. Holland Man' Settles 1 their obilc collided a . Wliile Tyler is a small coinmun- ... . '. Cal.. July 31 (UP), i arge truck nt Q c , OK . roa(is s!or ; .Ity the church is one of the most ihP ahi?. 1 fL 8ree "f « u* al » Vl VlBht miles west of Manila Sun-1 attractive in the county, the white towers of Hollywood a|c; a y nighl • Gasoline Tax Charge John Azbill. Holland, Mo., trucker, agreed to pay the Arkansas ' lax on a quantity of gasoline al- Crockett, Chester R. Babcock, Eu-i gene Dickinson. Russell Marr. Rus-' sell Phillips, Jen* Roland. James H. Bell. Harry Klrby. Ross D. Hughes. Fred Sandcfur. B. A. Lynch, Tom A. little, all of here; Dr. W. P.jlegedly brought Into this state and Hutchins of Manila; M. F. Brown- disposed of an1 a $25 penalty in small group of close friends tadc Hown has several fractured ribs Marie Dressier fnrewel, today. ! and h!s coHnr tone and Following short and simple ser- tured with probable internal vices in the Kirk O' the Heather. ' lee. Tom F. Martin, E. A. Stacy .jr.. J. M. Stevens, nil of Dell; H. 29,600 Head of Cattle Now En Route to Stal<e open high low close Sep 101 3-4 102 100 3-1 100 7- Dec 103 1-2 104 !02 5-8 102 5-3 ily. who died Saturday long Illness with Bright's .ind complications. Tlie funeral wns held at the home- of his daughter. Mrs. John McCollum. with whom Mr. Crews had made his home for many years. The Rev. M. A. Massoy. pastor of the Methodist church, officiated, and burial was made at CMcaao Corn "^™*« open high low c i ose He leaves his wife, Aunt Jane Crews, two daughters. Mrs. McCollum and Mrs. Jimmy Ashmore, Kfp 69 3-8 70 1-1 m 5-8 09 inland a son, Vernon, .ind a number „ _. , „ n<y 72 3-8 73 71 5-3 12 3-8 o! grandchildren and brothers. 81.G08 head, officials said. ROCK ds of cattle from northern drouth states are en route to Arkansas, emergency relief adminis tration authorities were advised today. There are 29.600 head of cattle in 6S8 cars moving toward the state. Ashley. Jeffers&n. Cross. Monroe, Hot Springs and Clay counties will receive most of them Arkansas already has received 29,208 head of cattle. Shipments received, en route, nnd coivslgncd but not yet moving amount to the body of the actress was removed to n crlpt in the mausoleum of Forest Lawn cemetery at Glendale. juries. Clay was driver of the car which was coming on the highway from ac- : Beer Licenses Produce G. Dudley. J. D. Evans. Ncal Pier" $40,000 During July LITTLE ROCK. July 31 (UP) — Protest Klan Raids on Workers School a filling station when tlie accident i More thnn $40.000 in beverage taxes occurred. The car. which ov?r-1 were collected during July, the j turned twice, was badly damaged.1 deputy revenue commissioner announced todny. ; Licenses were sold to 1,075 beer i retailers and 121 wholesalers during the month. NEW YORK. July 31 (UP) — Ku Klux Klan raids on a summer school of the Finnish Workers Federation at Van Ellen were protested today by the American Civil Liberties union in letters to Governor Lehman. The union said fiery crosses were burned near the school anil some of the boy and girl students were beaten. Prosecution of the guilty parlies was demanded. Wife Awarded Decree Against Ronald Colemani LONDON. July 31 (upi - The] Farmers Will Meet At divorce court granted a decree nisi today to Thelma Victoria Maud Coltman, against Ronald Coleman., French's Store Wednesday the settlement of two charges brought against him here. The settlement was readied in son. and Edd Carmack, of Little] municipal court this afternoon. Rock; Bob Barkowitz of Portage- 1 Azbill was to have faced prelimin- vllle, Mo.; D. A. Wllbern of Cof- ary examination on charges of feeville. Kan.: Bill Hall. Louie.) gas tax evasion and selling gas Donaldson, E. A. Ramer and C. A. Khmer of Memphis; E. D. English of Sherman. Tex.; W. E. Hayes of Hornersville, Mo.: Carl and Nelson Krehbiel of Mount Ridge, Knn. Receives Millions in Divorce Settlement movie star, on the grounds of Th-J e will be a reorganization adultery in Paris. meeting of farmers of southeast Mrs. Coleman testified that at: Missouri snd the vicinity of Bly- first their marriage was ideally. thevllle, Wednesday, 8 P.M., at happy but the rift came more j French's store. All fanners inter- Irian 10 years ago. They last llv- csled In farm problems are in- ed together In Ixmdon In 1924. Ivited to attend. MIAMI. Fla., July 31 (UP)—Mrs John N. Willys, who yesterclay won a final divorce decree from her husband a few hours before h» remarried, received scltlenient ir cash and property totaling J7,- 650,000. it was learned authoritatively today. which failed to meet Arkansas specification. WEATHER ARKANSAS — Partly cloudy, warmer in central portion, possibly scattered showers in extreme north portion. Wednesday un- Memphis and Vicinity — Local thundershowers tonight and Wednesday, slightly warmer tonight. The maximum temperature here yesterday was 96, minimum 11. partly cloudy, according to Samuel F. Norris, otficlal wealher Ob-

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