The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1930 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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'^VW Served by the 'Associated Press V1LLE THB DOMINANT NEW8PAFHI OP NOUrBBABT ARKANSAS AND lOSSODKt VOL. XXVI—No. 238 BlytheriU* D» Uy News, v»vj«y JLYTIIEVHJ.E, ARKANSAS, SATUKDAV, JANUARY 4, liKSO 1 I ST. FRANCIS FARMER SHOT FROM SINGLE FISINSI1H Two Die in New York. Two in Carolina and Five in .Birmingham, Ala. NEW YORK, Jan. 4. W)— Fire department officials today soueht tne cause of an explosion and fire that cost two lives and did damage estimated at flOO.OOO to the Hotel MarguerJe, a Park avenue apartment hotel. Mrs.-Louis Ltcht'ensteln, 60 years old, who had been attending her hsubaiid, ill in bed in their eleventh floor apartment, collapsed and died pi she and her husband reached the street. William Cass. 50 years old. an elevator operator, was found dead in his elevator car between trie third and fourth floors. He had been burned to death by names which -shot up the elevator shaft after failure of the power staldod his car. • Light and power service failed «nd the quests, warned by servants end employes of the hotel, were ob- ll"ed to grope their way down dark stairways to the street. • A fire chief and twenty men Verc bowled over by the force of the blast when the explosion occurred. Eight firemen were overcome by smoke. All were Riven medical attention at the scene and remained on duty. The dumase was confined chiefly to furniture and other property stored in the subbasement. Five Jferroes Lose Uves . .BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Jan. 4. (/n —Five members of a nejrc. family, the husband, wife and three daughters, were burned to death here early today when flre razed four negro homes. The dead mre James Marshall, his wife 'ahd their three daughters. .. FOur sons awakened in time to es- •cape.''. ••''•••*"••' Fatter and Son Die LENOIR, N. C., Jan. 4. t/Fi— Ligo Pritohett, 35, and his year old son. James, were burned to death here early today when flre from an oil stove enveloped their home. Mrs. Pritchett was severely burned. , I5M.MO Church iFire OHIO AGO,' Jan. 4. (/PI— St Elizabeth's Roman Catholic church, one of the largest In Chicago, was destroyed by flre yesterday. The loss was estimated in excess of $500,000. ':> F»lUnr Wan Kills One .rJEW. YORK, Jan. 4. «V-A1 l*ast .one. man 'was. killed and four Injured 'in the collapse today of a wall and floor of a building weakened- by a recent flre from which ..they-were, tearing debris. •'One'inan still was imprisoned In the wreckage several hours after the crash. The men were members of a crew of laborers who were clearing the building, which was located at. Rputh and Roosevelt streets, lower Manhattan, of waste paper and charred timbers. Question New Suspects in Murder of Two Farmers ASHDOWN, Ark.. Jon. 4. VJP)— Two negroes were being ouestionc't bv Lfttle River county officers today In an effort to clear up the mvstery Involving the death of two white fanners whose bodies were found in a Held near Foreman on December 23. One other negro, John Greene, has confessed he struck the men on the head with an axe. Sheriff J. O. Sanderson said, and Implicated the others. Bud Nolan and Mack Brown. Nolan and Brown, however, deny any connection with the crime. Oreen. Sanderson said, told of killing the two white men, Bud Morgan and Ed Dupley, as they returned from a dice game in the river bottoms on Sunday afternoon. Morgan U said to have had onlv »2 when he was killed but friends jay Dupley had between $25 and tea. Girl Fights off Bandits to Save Her Jewelry NEW YORK, Jan. 4. (JPJ-A 21- year-old girl fought off thrte robbers early today and saved jewels valued at »l,0oo, although the robbers stole her purse containing about »18 and a vratch valued at tlOO. The girl, Anna Cohen, employed as a clerk In a Times Square store told poll" one of the men put a hand over her mouth, another seized her around the waist, and the third snatched her purse. She bit the flnger of one of the men, klck- «d the second, and struck the third In th« fice. The three fled with the purse but did not take Jewelry the wu wearing. Third Victim of Maryland Parcel Bomb Outrage Dies SEAT PLEASANT, Md., Jan, 4. (/Pr-Death of Dorothy Hall. 4, today brought the list o( victims of a bomb explosion in the home of John S. Hnll on New Year's day to three. At the same time it became known that a man was In Jail at Marlboro. Md., in connection with Ihe case. No charges have been placed against him, authorities explaining that he was being held for investigation and that his name was not made public to prevent the arousal of feeling. Two Baltimore detectives are assisting in tlie inquiry. Mrs. Naomi Hall Brady, young bride and sister oi Dorothy, and Samuel Hall, a brother, also received fulal Injuries In the blast. The package, gayly wrapped, was left at the home of a neighbor for Mrs. Brady. Thinking it was a belated Christmas present members of the family gathered around as she opened It. A. S. Angleton Party to Robbery cf. Memphis Street Car Man. A. S. Angleton. 25, of this city implicated by Memphis police along with D. C. Glisson, former Memphis officer and J. L. Breckenrldge in the robbery of O. A. Dunton, Memphis street car conductor, Tuesday night will lace hearings at Memphis today. The former officer and the Blytheville man will face charges of robbery and carrying a pistol while Breckenridge is charged only with robbery. The ex-policeman-was implicated in statements by Breckenridg and the Blytheville man, In which they claimed he planned the holdup and provided,the pistol, although he did not actually participate in the rob- received 'part of- the loot. OUsson denied any connection with the crime, Memphis officers say. Only one man boarded the street car and confronted the conductor, officers say. He escaped In an automobile driven by an accompllc The driver was said to be Breck- senridge. After robbing the operator the men drove to Harahan bridge and threw the motorman's handbag and change carrier in the river. The automobile, believed stolen, was recovered by officers who arrested Angleton and Breckenridge. Angleton is said to have been an automobile mechanic here. Musician, Out of Work, Attacks Sisters, Suicides CINCINNATI, Jan. 4. m-TJh- employment and financial worries caused Albert Wiegand, 60, a musician, to kill himself here today after shooting and probably fatally injuring his sister, Anna, 58 and fracturing the skull of another sister, Ida, 65, with a hatchet. He was single and lived with his two unmarried sisters. Tolls Reduced on Devalls Bluff Bridge WASHINGTON, Jan. 4 W)—Voting npon a protest of the Arkansas state highway commission, the war department has ordered a reduction from «1 to 75 cents on tolls chanced for automobiles on d DeVa " s Biu(f ' Ar *- n'ShW An investigation showed that the !l charge was excessive in relation to the cost of the bridge and that the reduced rate would be sufficient to net a fair return from the Investment. . Hold Two To Grand Jury on Rum Charges Mrs. Weda GlbsrJn and Rufus Jones, resigns; of the Gaines quarters were bound over to await the action of the grand jury by Justice R. L. McKnlbht this morning. VVeisey Campbell and J w Gray lab-rers on whose evidence the state based Its case, were fined 510 each on charges of disturbing The two testified to purchasing a halt pint of liquor from Mrs Gibson in Jones' hcme. Clarence Kolwick Fined on Rum Charge Clarence Kolwick entered a nlea of guilty to a charge of Illegal possessing of liquor before Judge W. D. Oravette In police court yesterday and was fined $50 Munsey Ledbetter and Bert Edwards were fined J15 each on charges of public drunkennes« completed inland waterways sys- m for the entire middle west. Numerous projects are on the 1S30 horizon. Tlie stubborn, mud-choked Missouri, the Mississippi's chief tributary to the west, is being dredged and deepened by government engineers. Before 1930 ends they expert t-i complete most of a project that will open a six-foot, channel to Kansas City and the huge grain '.erritry to the west. With a six-foot channel authorized as far as Sioux City, In., proponents of Missouri river shipping ire seeking a nine-foot channel :rom St. Louis to Kansas City. On the Illinois river, the Mississippi's gateway to Chicago and Great Lakes trade, federal engln- ' neers likewise are dredging from TEU SEEK MUM Rivers Are Growing Arteries of Commerce _j~—~"""""' v ' I., Substantial Progress in River Develooment iu Prospect in 1930. By F. A. RESCH AH Feature Service Writer ST. LOUIS-Wt-OM Man River greets 1030 with an auspicious glance and an r>utimlslic twinkle in his eye. Although the romaniic packet age of Mark: Twain's days is far, far behind, the Mississippi foresees a new era that bears promise of a P.ieumonia Takes , Clare Brings, Cnrtooni«t NEW YORK, Jnn. 4._ (TO nre bv "lils .T 5 " 1 " 1n " y " clmck ' Plfll'WjHo'himloroMsrtliT American llfu, dlcil Init nlfila O r , mf ,,. nionlii. He wns M yi ., us 0| ,| ft liis luosl widely known OTlloon failures \vm> "When n Puller NYcds H Kfloinl." "Ain't It n jriiml and Glorious reeling" 'Days ot licul S[iorls," uud "Mr nml Mrs." He itnrlcd Ills iicusimiicr career In ll!W as n ciirloonlii oil tlm St. Lculs Dciiinmu nl $10 u week. At tlie lime oi Ills dculh lie wi\ s on the slalf oi the New York Hern 111- Ti ilium, ami his work wns lynill- rnlcd (litoiiglioul the country. Great advances in to, a^I^rl ing at St. Louis, while inland waterway wort: sire expected In 1930. At unnci- 11 ' l I'S*' " L HUS " n!!S ' Kl ""- U >"*Y'«»t ll« lower right is a towboat "ut work" near 31. Louis. luft lire uovornmiml 8 c bail- CflPIIBL BLAZE Total Damage Will Not Exceed $3.000 Officials Say; Probe Cause. by lack of Site 'funds?"should"the WASHINGTON. Jan. t.-tlp,-- federal Rovernment decide to finish ' F 1 " 111155 ''hat leaped through the this work begun by Illinois, a lakes- I roof of UK snuthwest wing of tho to-gulf waterway wnulri h<- <utnr>rt capital anil licked at the side of the river's mouth near St. Louis upstream to Utica, 111., 223 miles. Canalization of 65 miles between Utica and Lickport, where a sanitary district canal connects with Lake Michigan, has been prolonged waterway would be assured The upper Mississippi, where cargoes of freight ply In a six-foot channel -between: Minneapolis, St. Padl, St. L-mls and intermedia* nointe, is the subject of agitation capital ami licked at the side of the huge white 'dome trdny had left only, a email black spot on the tld^flf Oricia building. . were more 'concerned ov- - er the came of the blaze than the for a nine-foot channel. There has .dnirage wrought. They said the been no governmental action be- ' r>imnge would amount to about yond a survey however, on this i ^3X0 and that the fire in no way proposal. . would Interfere with Ihe rcconven- NurReroiis r.ther projects, includ- | in? rf conRress Monday after the ing a movement to create n nine- l hc-lidny recess and that such paocrs /„,, „, , ,_ ^ . : m W(?re f]mmd flr wa(er soakcd were not part of the permanent (cot channel In the Tennessee river as far upstream as Knoxville. arc under consideration. It also Is proposed to deepen the Kanawha river, an Ohio tributary, that rich coal areas in West Virginia may be tapped for river shipment. If the government takes favnr- ' Mies. The blaze, far more spectacular than that which deslroyed part of the executive rfllcM at the White Rouse Christmas eve.- originated in ., .. - i":;-- ••- i a rcom occupied by Carl Moberlev able act.on oK these various pro- j an artist whS has decorated many Ii-mSli * Jl i j ? r ""' I8 . a . mlles I p f the corridors in both thc senate would be added to the Mississippi anrt m , g( , wln( , s . Mobcrly was de ,. system. Canalization of the Oh!o,l r ,, cd fmm thV room In a parllv virtually^complete, already has bol- j suBflcalrt condition He wa, Uken - f the m leage materially. | to a h ,« pUal . To(J , pr ~ ^ the Mississipp, itself, where l nod recovered and frcm his- capitol ._ barge lines were established as an emergency measure W relieve offic!a | s hope to obt , on tta Cau5= of the . ~ - •— --..v.- vll ^[ly cuuss oi in 11 nre• Revere war-time traffic, af ever-increasing cap^i employes suggested the" nos neet of barges nnd towboats car- Ulblllty that a clgaret or d% rics upwards of 1,500,000 tons ol I 5 , nr[cd tne Wnze . g8ret freight annually on the upper and ! lower river and on the Warrior ! S SS'L^'Sr-goS HanliD-pNotSoGoodBnt ment's Inlaiul Waterways corpora- I (jOSnei! Man Has SlICCCSS lion. | The volume of merchandise of- ! Bill Wriulit, Gosnell farmer savs fered for river shipment has be- , thnt nuntln(t ' ,, n , tn ™ '^"'n 5 -], 1 , come so gren that the barge lines' i community but, at thc same time problem no longer Is in building; displayed skins of four mTnk one bu»ne». but ,n handling it prompt- comyight o'pDssum and three Thus the Mississippi, whose nine- ^,™ ^f *he'mlnk re ?itlns Ue< - at S5 w teenth century romanc* faded with i tn be unu'imllv larV» f!L H!? the coming cf railroads has re- , ^,1 of"^ oun"? '" ' h ' S ^' turned to commercial life with a! T j, P assorfrnpnt ^ u i j u noise that echoes with endless w ^ nt ^r hu L ? , * rnmificatlons reaching from "«-''Se cold weaker ?r c .tertm? h T west states to legislative corridors lotion m?h^; Tcr f t l d m " cl i at- in Washington. j w . ,„: !V , c " 5 nerc t(xl »y! Hc sny that the woods are filled with hunters Will Open N*w School ; ! D ., pTTTTr" on West County Line f™ ™ ahal °P mm Hoover and Ransdell Discuss Flood Control . WASHINGTON. Jan. -1 «*,— MIs- slssupl river tlooj control was the subject of conversation today 'between President Hoover ami Senator Ransdell, Democrat, Louisiana. After Die conference Senator Ransdcll raid tlml he had Informed Hie president that control of the Mississippi would be the greatest engineer accomplishment in history. He nlso told Mr. Hoover tlio army engineers were giving the problem ample and sympathetic attention. The Louisiana senator said Hint in hl« opinion Mr. Hoover, because of his knowledge of conditions . in the Mississippi ' valley, was ''the best fitted person In the country to put through a flood control project. "In my opinion," Senator nan.i- dell said, "Mr. Hoover lias the opportunity to do for the. Mississippi river what The odore Roosevelt did for the Panama canal I believe that he Is going to do It" A new four grade elementary school has been organized as a Parlor* In New York CUUUVJL lias u«tju organize! as a' NEW YORK. Jnn 4 OT^T^-O part of district 17, known as Boyn- nrosalc looking brown stone fron' ! ton, which opens Monday. Miss houses in the Flntbush section of MIna Fisher, of Marion, Is to be Brooklyn were raided today by pc- the teacher. ' Hco and federal narcotic asent': The school, located three miles wtl ° sa'd their interiors were ftltcci west of Boynton on the Craig- Ollt ln oriental snlendor as opium Friends Would Draft Hirh to Onnosn Georfre Morris ni Nebraska Contest. LINCOLN. Neb., Jan. 4 I,T)—A movement to draft Gen. John J | Pershlnp for United Slates senator 'on the neoiiblican ticket In onno- sltion to Scn.itor Oennre W. Nnr- rs was announced tcdav at the close of n conference .it. tlie office of Mark Woods. Nchn;kn business and polillci! lender. General Porshln". wlin hns been I in Lincoln over tlie hnlldnvc. fx . pressed surprise nt (lie existence ft such n movemnnt. He will leave for Wasnln^rton tonight. "Yon can't keen'your friends from talking about, you." lie raid rji!s is thc first I've lienrd about Aslced If he would refuse an offer of thc cnniitrti-v. were It prop- eriv mode, he rr-nlled: "As I say. I have not given it anv consideration." Wo-xis *aM he had been dl'cusi- in<! Ihe matter with rroole all over one of the two principal boosters Hie stato. Nine vcars a^o h" woi In Nebraska for Perehlnj for "prcsl- oent. Washington Police. Break UD Disorder in Front of Mexican Embassy. WASHINGTON. Jan. <.—(/T5— Twenty-tilalil jiersons who described themselves ns communists were nrrcsled totiny after a demonstration in frnnt ^r llio Mexican ehi- bvtv. and one of them . Josculi Wjnfcowskv. was sent to a hospital •to be. Ircntod f-r minor ln)i nftor n sciirflc with the pollre Tlio othrrs were held as leaders cf tlm nroun and HIB remainder were released nt the r'enuest of Aip.bassatlor Tcllez ot Mexico, who nltnched no Imiwrtnuce (•> tin Incident. He asserted that tlie rtemonstratlon. raid to iw n nr-test ngalnst imiirlsonment of communists In Mexico rnorcscnted vouthtul. osnr«rnnce -rather than prllticn! conviction. WInkowskv was hurt nfter a ells- turbnnco nrosc In the jwllce stn- ti-n. Previous to this there had b;en some tlLs^jlcr In making tlic nrrests but It was brief. Tlic groun carrl«cl banners denouncing nrcsl- tlent-elecl Ortiz Eiibio of Mexico and the Mexican government and one wild. "Ortiz Rubin «nd Hoover. Both Enemies of the Worker." Several wceki ngo n group who 'S3 dcscrlhJd Iliemsclves n.s mcm- '»rs ^f the Young CommunkU League'were token Into custodv a derponstrntton in for n few b-urs and rebnse.-l nt the of President Hoover. Ov?r 7.000 RMes Ginned at Cooler Before Jan. 1 »e»k m ouyiiuui on me urnig- •""•••• unniuii snienaor as opium Cooler. Mo.—Un until January 1 head-Mississippi counties line, was smorine rooms. Six Chinese were '"I. the elns of Cooler had BlnnrH endorsed by the county board of : "»r«s,ed. 7076 bales of cotton The Cooler pdnraiinn tn that t.iio «tv,,i> ^u_: O(n cnmoany sinned 28.5S education so that the small children in that vicinity might have an accessible school. A number of students In Cratghead county have been transferred to this district. Directors of district n are: C. E. Cagle, J. B. Oreen and Sam Payne. Hie Burton enrt ; ™ANKFORT-ON-MAIN~ Wi The International Socielv for the ; Regeneratl-n of Catholic Church! n anv l.psri Mu«ic was founded here by repre-1 hl >sy. with tentative* ifrom Germany, TtAly. j ln n vet to Bclelum. Hunaary. France and An- fields. .£tr,a. The society alms to Influ- --.. bnlos. OIn companv 2,370 ni Planters Oln- com- inlcs, Thc Pins are still n pood deal of cot- be removed from the .-._ WUUIVhJ rtun.^ IQ lllllll- jence church music development ; through comnosers scierUUU and , choral ass-clatlons. — ! .—. ^_ Roper at Princeton i,, I fJ AN , But ' wi-Retorm of «mm^'"J university, the sole Inslltmtor '-' that.rank In - Wittner To Succeed PARrs /, l.i (heir prim- Hive state on the botllrs of their PRINCETON N. J., Jan —Bill Roper, football Princeton, will retire at the end of nexl fcoson, Dr. Charles Kennedy, director rl athleilcs, announced today. Roper will be suc- itton .,,.„.. ••• »".^cj, include.' ipmzaiion of prr-fessors' salaries > a month and the uct*rs to attend clr- A ,1 , Ki An onf , , rfflclal re P° rt had not . e sue- i>,™ „.. - ceeded by Al Wittner line coach. ; ylws. & BSS rocm tor thr " natural c ilver owners were simwn at an -n here. The exhibits em- MSO nnliroli! and included loses, rnbblls. onossums , . ms niaskrats mink, skunks and goats. OALWAY-M*- ^The Irish Free h vitc has tfeclded to snend tl.OOO- "00 in maklnR Untversltv College ticrc a real Gaelic institution . in- 'tructlon U111 be given In that ancient t:ngue. Rich Soutfi Sea Isle Is Home of Luxury SYDNEY. Austrilla Wj—Four ^'^l]drer! native of T.sinnd. fust «nuth of Uip enuitor aiul one of thc rlche<l phosr.hat Mnn*s In the world, have nmsswl wealth fro-n leases oi their lands. The natives nro "oort buslnew- mon and hold nut for good terms In r<mtin" their acres. The natives live In IUYIII-V. Thev A'abama Woman Savs Boarder Slain and Body Carried Across Country. ClUNTErtSVII.LE. Aid., ,Tnll. ' 4. P\— A coroner's Jurv wns comulet- 1 hero todav for Investlontion of the story of Mrs. Dovie Hicks. 32- yo.-ir-olrl Winston coiiniv x-omim. "•Ira told offlcers last nlalil llial H! O. Cuibrcnth. n boarder In her home, killed Gilbert Avms. nnnthcr bonrdcr. nml th»n couiDclled tn nccomnnny him (hrmith norlli Alnhnnm counties with iho body wrnpned in ted cH'Ihing in the '. .rk of their car. Thc body of n man she Idcntlflwl Avers wns found six miles from .inter*vlllo nflcr tho woman told officers in Port Pavno n« Mikt^ulbrenth did the kllllno-. Cnl- ?" . *•"{* , •rrestert in a. barber ..'nt-l"Srt" Pnyh",.tl|« i wns nrrestctl. Dcilh arc held on general charccs peiidim tlie coroner's investiBntlon. Tlic womnn told Fort Pavne otTI- crrs sho awnkened Tliursdnv nl^nt to find Cultircath bcatlnn Avers ov- «r (lie heart trltli a hammrr. Avcr= body revealed head Inlurles nnrt nvc hnllet wounds in the chest nnd shoulders. 'I s'nrtcrt to scream for lii>ln." Mrs Hicks »ild. "hut Culhreatli nointod n nlstol nt me nnrl ttirent- to kill me. He Ilien made m" help wrap ttie liody in fevcrn; 'hre'f nnd blnnkcls nnd nut U In ihe back nf the car. He (Culhreath) I lion mnde by small dnuctiler nn- 1 mo Rrt tn th? cnr nnd we slurled n ride that cnrrlcd 115 over .six Ah- liixmn coimllo^ before we look t]>i> Iwiv out of the car. '•When we reached Fort Payne Cnlbreath put on thc divid mn n '.= ilothes and wenf. Into n bnrherslion n. shavo. \Vhllo lie wns frrtnt nf ^"aKr. wlllm J]e Wfl.S (Tntlln" s^'^^£5>5 ?;.?*4 ^^r c ;! — ~. mnn nfi^i wa dc'nlnin<r me rimln'it. mv wish." The hirbe' Ktenned on'sWo th r hon anrl called offlcers nnH nrrrs or the nun and woman followed. Summers, Wlw Killed • writer's Lover, Him- Is Near Death. ' :. 4 FODRERT CTTV, Ark, Jail VI 1 )—Clem Summers, -is. avnl. .. trial for the slnyin" ot T. K. Pri- '•':'. .-ell, n, who wns shot ip den'tli in v the St. Francis rounlv ciurthniii* last Aiwusl, wns hroiiuht to n, For- "' rest Cltv hosullnl this nfieriib^ '" with » bullet wound in Hif lic-ul nl- lewd to imvp taen nrcd from nm- v buMi at tlir- Summers farm today : auniniers 1 condition wns describui : ns critical. Hi was unrtoivncloiiawhou lie reached the Iiosoltnl. Ticimrls rrci-lvcii hrre said Silly- ' •• mcr-i wns nrcd on bv n man In bM- IIIR Iwlilml n tree when he emm-wil • from liis home to put out n,> tlneatriiliii, a barn on tiiu vhce ' V Bloodhound, liiwo b""ii ordercrj to lhr> Sumnifrs farm | n at , e rf nr t to pick up t!ic (mil. ' '••;• Prlvctt «•*< shol anrt killcrl Short-' Iv nfirr mlttlng Ihs taurllHiuin here to siciul Irial on n rlmrso iwlni out of alloyed relations between him nud n itauirhtor nf Rum- mers. Heiiisnl of Privet to ntrci? to man-lnno Is FnM to liavc precwl- crt Hi» sliootltir;. Privelt \vm nrrost- ''I In Michigan on romnlnint "of Summers nml returns ror trial - Rummers wns livikrcd for )ih •writer nnd the Irial wns set for -- tht nixt. term or cnurf. - nnih Prlvctt and Siiminc'-'! a'rn ' mid to linve enninhilnivl to officers "Oor to th« chnotlnir of v^M, at res.t." nnnlnsl their lives. their womrnrplk have fine %YrHl^j ?"1™. ;nd overv f nml | v owns nn autorno _ l bile or motorcycle. Incllno!!, Cairo Builds Auto Roads to Pyramids CATHO W—Tho devclonmrnf. rif motor traffic In llio l°nrt nf Iho Pharohs has necessitated the spc>d- Incr no of roti'l extension. Alexandria has eomnlet-d n larer nirt Of '• Cornlrhc relient Brovssard Wanfs Cotton Office for New Orleans WASHINGTON. Jan. the roads to Abukir and thfy provide an i>x- tor tlifl motorl^'., i nlor lllinsncfs to I nun. cnllf rl on President Hoover of nutomo- icdny to urre the selection of New i i , ?nthc %"** Pyr1mWs Italians Heavy Smokers ROME f,Pi_pi ? , >res ,, K , fftm vii. «ii™ tht Tfalv conwimcrl 1 . - ».fcu^ i/i conditions in to : wMer in that respect twin.^ i. ° le. 1 : agency for the cotton cooperative New Orloans. Dallas, - Him j ton and Jifcriptils have asked to be considered ns the focal point for the "\i \ Few Big Irish Incomes jTrrtlri'' service stations nt ~~ • jfnvnrablo points. A gnnd UTTT.E ROOK. Ark-Bonk'HMi' 0 "],'* al I c 1u V '"ne' 1 ™!"" '" I DUBLIN 6P^In the Irish Pre» olen'ln"- tor T.itiu R 0c i( for i^jo j ?.,"* , and the "roirnm nf fn-1 State 85 persoro have incomes ex- Tlnl S7ni Mi.iRn.nj. shnwing « n In-ip-,," cv< \ I0 ^ mCTt include not onl-- ceeding $30.noO annually. A suner- «•»»«. rt apnrovlmRtolv MJ.fWl-i n '^ n !P, ''"""""tr'a b"t nl<o such fax is levied on the 707 persons (Wr "-^r tho clcarlne* for the vcar i^-Ji " Clal to ™ asTanta and ! who have Inc ^r 192H. arcordlni! to the nnnunl re- ! yum> i 000 - nort of the Little Rock Incomes exceeding $10,- . Cl«!.Mn-K for 1028, totaled $748.259.255.10. > nr-r Ofc Wlf*" T, 0 . . . . I hen Commits Suicide PAflA — i.n — Rubtvrr exporters I COVTN-QTON Kv Jan have been vetoed by the of the that WEATHER ARKANSAS-Generalty fair tonight: Sunday probably cloudy nnd wnrmsr. v » » -f Lotonja, then the Amazon country nrodnccs less than three per cent of the worW aipply, home here Xf-dny. The . double killing nnrt suicide was the result of Mrs. Watson's divorce ac- tl^n against her husband. , snlnlmum temperature was 34 degrees and thc maximum, 38 degree;; cloudy with iouthetst wlndil Over ?,00fl lo Coimtv Jail Darim; JI929 • More than l.fxxi ncnol/; i Uvroimh. the countv; Jpll.hcre dur- V •w.jTO o 'pv •" oj on ' .--- lnin!"!i' Ilirnn d.iliv. n clicclc up ot"' thr- Inlt cir-fci-t revenla. . . •••. :; Of ihf Jiirgc numhor Incarcerate '• (••' onlv 18 were rrmvlftc'I of felonr'- charees nml cott'nilttcd to the state wnltrrtinrv at the. two sivslonj'af '' criminal court In 1S3S. Almost as ninny, who snent from n few lipurs In tevernl ttavs .brlilnil the. ttrs ' were cnnunlttctl to UIF> state Insane hosnitnl nt Little Reck. Approxldntely 125 at tlie number ' were sent to the countv farm to work out fines nnd costs assessed In inisiJeincancr coses. ••.'-" Bank at Charleston, Mo.. Is Closed Temporarily CHARLESTON, -Mo.—Tlio bank or Charleston, capitalized nt sloo;- . 300. and with deposits or $730.00!! the only banking institution here, fulled to onen its doors Friday. QCOTKC U. Shelby, cashier, said the board of directors voted not to rr- npen the liank Iwcausc the state treasurer had called niwn Hie bMk to pay iiiiiiiedialely $309,000 on deposit. The bank was unable to nny this amount nnd becnuse ot the law Governing such a situntion thc-di-' rectors voted to close. A reorganization will be currM out, Shclbv said, nrter an cidjust- jnicnt is niatie with the slate, nnrl he nredlcted there will te no loss to individual derjositors. E. P. Deal Is president of the bank. Orloans "• th<! '"""on for offlcr-s \°< "«= N»t!onal Cotton Corpcration, According to .-,42. | mum temperature her«"yc£lnday • committed sul- j vim 34 dtgr«i and the maximum W drwees; clesr with north winds, On the same, day a year »KO the

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