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BLYTHEVILLE!COURIER NEWS THC DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXXIII—NO. 241 Blythevllle Courier lilylhcvillc Dally News niyuicviiie Herald Mississippi Valley Leader BLYTHBVILLH, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, DKCEMBER 20, SINGLE COPIES FIVE : CENTS NGS THREE VIOLENT DEATHS Tempi Hitler With Hints o[ Economic Aid and Colonies PARIS, Dec. 2fi (UP) — France and Britain arc, holding out to Germany the hope that they may lend her financial: and economic aid and consider her colonial ambitions if Fuehrer Adolf Hitler will cast Germany's weight on the New Radio Call Spurs Air Search SALT LAKE CITY, Ula'h, ,Dcc, 20 (UP)—A radio appeal for help, picked up by opeialors at 1*10 municipal airport today, sent a de- r.ahment of commerce plane speed- Ing over the • vicinity :of. Upton; 80 miles cost of'here, In the' belief the menage may have conn from survivors of the inissing Western Air Express liner 'Ihe sendei pleaded. 'Help. ,\ve heed a doctor. We are located cist of the beam near Upton • The appeal revived hopes tot some of the seven persons who dls- Simoiic-izcd? .side of peace In the Euiopean' appealed December 15 with Ihe air situation, i' was learned today. | hnei en ionic from Los Angeles to To win such favois fiom hei Salt Lake City may yet be alhe wn-time enemies, howevei, Gei- '™'~ ' ' • •• , , - inany must-make'a'series of gestures and . commitments. Hitler, it The search Ls In a section hitherto uncovered In Ire systematic aerial and ground searching Upton, foi'r marine coros scout Minbers and an army bomber continued their checkerboard search In ,he area in southwestern Utah between Mlliord and St. George, where previous mssterlous radio calls indicated survivors ot the air liner may be. was said, would have to agree to. I While Uie "departnent" of com- 1—Abandon Spanish mterven- nerce plane sped eastward around lion. IT_.-_ , 2.—Provide reassuring guarantees of non-aggression in central and eastern Europe as well as western Europe and otherwise respect the European status quo. 3.—Enter a new five-power Locarno agreement. 4.—Limit air, land and sea armaments in a general- European i..-ms limitation - pact. Muke. No Promises French official souices Indicated that Fianco and Britain have made no specific nroposa's 01 in mikes and above all did not undertake to piomise ternloiy for colonization if Germany would fall in line Howevei L.IC aaitude 01 those countries has been made Known and French and British uiplomals ire waiting foi Hitlei to say whether he is mteiested j£i discussing details The broad gesture toward Germany was made,., in connection, with France's latest iogram^oi a drasbo tightening of'embargoes ^on i\rins I ^mun" i and money eriter- ~I«g Spain" made to several 'interested powers. Urge Arms Ban IONDON, Dec 26 (UP)— Great. Britain and France In strong terms today urged Germany, Italy, Soviet Russia and Portugal to halt the How of volunteers who . hive been joining both sides in the Suanlsh civil war The Fiench and "Sritish recommend eaihest possible adoption of legislation and other action to piolnbit the dispatch of foreign recruits to Spain" Negro Admits Burning House to Hide Robbery OSCtOLA, Ark— A negro has confessed robbing and who then It may be just because they are appearing together In a run fluu.' but Simone Simon and James Stewart, above, figure strongly in Ho'tywood's newest romance speculation since' she- was 'Imported' from France in 19J5 by Ameilcan nim producers, Miss Simon, 2S, has rapidly scaled the heights to film fame Stow ail, 26, Is B native of Indiana, Pa Mat ion W.lliams, Insut ance Man, Is Candidate Foi City Executive Marion Williams, proprietor of a local insurance agency and alder- marl of the first yard, today-au- Uiohzed the Courier News'to make formal announcement of his candidacy for major of Blytbeville at the April 6 municipal election. Mr Williams, who is 4G jsars old and is serving his third jear on the city council, said that he had no platform to present, except his record as an official and business man and his promise of an economical and conservative administration. Idealizing that the city faces a difficult p«rlod for the next three jears, at least, in operating within its income, the first ward alder- His Own Fault 3rid5,to-Be Visits Franklin Roosevelt jr. BOSTON, Dsc. 20. (UP)—While doctors were vigorously denying widely ; circulated reports that he might undergo n blood transfusion, Franklin ;D. . Roosevelt jr. had '. a surprise visit today with his fiancee, Miss Ethel du Pont. The blond Delaware theiress arrived at Phillips House of Massachusetts General hospital- where Franklin has been confined for a month with a sinus, in fee lion SPEflp U.}. Two Countiies Shave Common Devotion to Peace Says De Valeia \ DUBLIN, Ireland, Dec 26 (UP) —President Earn on de Valera declared in a Christmas radio broad- P3Kh tn *ho irnUn,* r.,., l^_.ti-i . "f* / --~ ..j u .i wniuiuL UULI IJIIMUCS5 ™icT±.±S:£ H °l\ n *:;r Revision-or Abolition of Ceitain; Nuisance Levies Likely ' its income, the first ward alder- WASHINGTON, JJec 26 (UP) — man said he was well aware that The Joint committee on Internal the necessary functions of munici- revenue te.xat.ion ,was prepared to- burning the house of another ne gro near Lu\ora on Christmas eve is In jail here awaiting arrai 0 n- inent on charges of burglary and arson Walton "Slick' Madison, al-i known as '61" known amonz na- groes as a gambler, was picked up by Chief Deputy Sheriff Hale Jackson-and other officers near the Godfrey White ,home, a few hours after lire had destroyed the home of a negro known as Marked Tree, a short distance from Luxora. Madison had in his possession a rifle taken from Marked Tree's house and a nantity of bed clothing and other loot was found hidden In the .weeds- nearby. He admitted that he had robbed the house and then, to conceal the crime, had set fire • to it. Destroyed in the. fire were a considerable quantity of canned goods, clolTiing and household furniture. r pai government must be carried out but at the same time as economically as possible He pointed out that the necessity of pajmj about $2,400 a sear for three years"on old indebtedness, by order of the federal district court, makes such z course Imperative. Mr Williams stated that he represented no political faction or clique, that he had tried to serve the best Interests of the city in the past and expected to do so in tre future He came to this city n 1022 from Card well, Mo., is a ome owner-and has been in the nsurance business .-since he has nade his home here Before mov- ng to the first ward a-number 'o! ears ago Mr. Williams was a resl- ent of the second ward. He is well nown, particularly among the bus- ness men of the city. Rites at Bassett for Mrs. Ella Campbell Mrs. Ella Campbell, 52, wife of T. F. Campbell, died Friday morning at 10 o'clock at the family home ot Marie after several weeks Illness of pneumonia. Funeral services were held this afternoon at Bassett with the Rev Sherman Wilson officiating and interment was made at Bassett c°me terf. Mrs. Campbell is survived by hei *•. Husband, four sons, Gradie. Robert, R. E., and Argene, and foui daughters, Mrs. Luble Randa. Mrs Budie Davis, Mrs. Grace Davis and Miss Jewell Campbell. The MOSS Funeral Home U ii charge 'of funeral arrangements. Chicago Wheat open high low close Dec. 1393-4 142 3-8 139 1-4 141 3- May 1315-8 137 1-1 134 1-8 136 3- July 118 1-2 120 3-4 '118 1-4 119 3, Chicago Corn open Dsc. 109 high low -110 1-2 109" close 110 Negro Youth Is Freed in Accidental Killing A murder charge against Jesse Villlams, 17-year-old negro, wa: [Ismissed in municipal cour Thursday on motion of--the prose- :uling attorney when investlga ion showed, that he accidentally tilled a negro woman Tuesday The fatal shooting- occurred or he Frank Fitzgerald farm, south east of Blythevllle. ', . . . According to Williams and the legro woman's husband, the trio hltl been playing around with an old pistol. Tlie woman. made some :emark that Williams did not hear and he jokingly demanded that she repeat it, stating, that he would kill her if she did not do so,, it was staled. When she refused Ihe negro youth pointed the iun at her, believing it to be unloaded, and pulled the trigger. The woman fell fatally wounded and died within a short time. lay to make available to congress nformation which may be the ba- is for revision and possible abo- ition of ceitam nuisance taxes at he coming session of congress The committee will make no'rec- jmmendations_ but It was learned hat It had developed data which members believe make obvious the need for action on several c\isling evies It had b-en reported that one of the chief reasons congress may >e requested to' eliminate some of the nuisance taxes is their supposedly high, collection costs. This, 'he United Press was advised, is erroneous. The study has revealed that the highest collection cost for any lax is approximately eight per cent, of the. total receipts from that levy. The average cost of collecting all taxes, according lo a computatisn of the Internal revenue bureau, is 1.39 p°r cent. One of the major arguments that may be directed against certain nuisance Uixes is that Ihe income from them is loo small to warrant the bother of collecting them Rives Man Killed on , Highway Near Kennett KENNETT; Mo. — Reltgll T. Travelstead, 55, employee of Kln- cicr's Mill near Rives, was killed itoiit 9 o'clock Wednesday night cast fo the United r that the^beople of Ireland "and America "are of one mind in oui desire for peace and the.'deternil- nation to do the utmost to secure ''Unfortunately," he said, "not all the nations seem to have this desire You are not as close to Europe as we and the rumors of war and planning for war maj not seem as real and menacing to jou as to De Valera declared that Ireland desired to "be on terms of friendship with Great fBrjtam and the people of Britain as well as all other peoples of the world ' "The obstacles lo that friendship arc being removed,' he said '1 look forward to the day when they will all have disappeared and when tne people of these two islands can work as friends for the promotion of our common Ideals Tnat day may come in the year before ll's Kiclnapei, Nol To Be ! Outdone, Requests ' "Piopci Punishment" NANKING, Dec, 20. (UP)—The nina/lng storv of the kidnaping of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek,' :halrman of the funking govcin- neiit .'and dictator' of" more than .JGOOOO.OCO Chinese, bj Marshal /hung Hsuoh-llnng fonnci war ord of Manchuria, developed todaj nto an Arabian Nights tile In ' hlch each of the principals bhm- d himself for the crlmi. General Chiang, who'new here oday wlih the marshal who held ilm captive foi t\v'o worts. lssue<l " vcrj humble statement saying 'Being In supreme command of he army I amucsponstble foi the coup d'etat because I falle.l to natntaln adequate discipline, which 1 deeply regret "All questions mast be settled by Lhe ccntial government" The latter reinaik picsumnblj retired to the fale of Marshal Uhaiig. Maishal Chang on his part Issued i letter Jto Chiang rccnvsting 'proper punishment' foi lib act He urged Uio, generalissimo not to nllow friendship lo Interfere with rili ddty ' \ I j Th.e cxchailge of courtesies de velopcd a new ' high for that sort of thing In Chinese politics Observers fainilliu with current 3hlnese affairs were amazed by the •confession" of Chiang and the contriteness of the marshal's lel- ler, which only deepened the mystery surrounding the most dramatic and daring kidnaping case in alt of China s long history," , •> <A>se6ond ,,stntemer)t«( IssuVd M General Chiang Jpdlcated that lie vvas released without agreeing lo any of the special demands made by the marshal ' Worried Neurilis Adds to Pontiff's n . , iiMiio , tl y impressive in acsign. They wll Uiscomtort; Vatican Is teg!n work at once soiicting fund w; ,.. | ' to P^ ro!1 the float, which will b Cotton Display Will Represent 'County When Bailey Takes Office Plaijs for Mississippi county's participation in the inaugural daj parade In.TJttle Rock in honor o Governor-elect Carl E Bailey ari, being made by a committee composed of o. w. McCutehen and Dr H A Taylor of Blvthevllle am Basil Segraves of Osceola. Mr. .McCutchen, who was selected as chairmaii of the committee said today'that'Mississippi cbuntj would be represented by a larg float showing the county's inajo: crop, cotton, it will be the onl' cotton float in the parade, it Is understood^ Definite plans for th float have not been completed, bu the committee expects to" make I very impressive In design. They wll completed and ready for Ihe'trl to the' capital on January 12. VATICAN CITY, Dec. 26 (UP)— Each county In the state Wi ~" " have a float, depicting somethln character [site of that county. On ,. . Pope Pius XI. Is suffering from ss vere neuritis pains In addition to — "•••» •.«"•••.*. wi other ailments which have forced particularly interesting float w: him to remain In bed. the United fae that from CIa y county, who: war Stout's store one-half mile enrt of Kennelt -when he was struck by a Ford roadster driven v Novis Southern of Hayti. Southern was accompanied by bis brother, William, and Charles Press learned officially today , The neuritis pains Increased the! pope's discomfort from varicose reins. Inflammation of the nerves b"- •ausc of the long inactivity of his holiness' lefl leg was blamed for he increasing pain from which he suffered. Although vatlean officials continued to minimize the importance of the new .complication it was apparent they were worried, fear- ng that the pope might grow Daily, also of who told Coroner T.-J. Rigdo^.afan Inquest Thursday morning lnat Just before the accident several cars were coming toward t^m and that they were blinded by their lights They said'that they hit something and stopped to' see what-U was and found Travelstead lying' dead by the side of the road. Boys and Girls Guests at Christmas Picture Boys and girls, of Bljthevtlle Rickshaw Boys Insured who do not get to attend the pic- SHANGHAI. (UP)'—China's best ture show often were -guests of known character -the rickshaw Mr. and Mrs. O, W. McCutchen puller — now benefits from the for a Christmas, movie yesterday hrzest social insurance schem« in morning at the Roxy theater •"•'"•'" *»~~« *\,^« JIAAA . *.Several hundred were present Tills Is an annual event for'the Cliina. More than 41,000 ra are insured against death and accident. .while rickshaws • May 1053-4 1G6 5-3.105 1-4 106 1- and -..« ™ »*.. uii.ii,ai event ipr tne cKitnv r , W""K Aiming ncKsnaw ^ES• fortunate children of this city licensed by the international s°t nd surrounding tcrrltoryi 'ttrment there. Is a great" deal of pctrlfle wood.- Unusual and Intcrestln specimens of this nctrified woix vlll make up the float from tha county. One large petrified stum will be offered to Governor. Balle :o be placed somewhere In c iround the capital. Mr. McCutchen announced to day that the drive for funds fo this county's part In the Inaugura lay activities would be startc Monday. He appealed to all clt zens to contribute as much ns pos Frozen Dog on Tracks Holds Up Fast Freight ROCK ISLAND, 111. (UP) —A .wire-haired terrier threw a fast Milwaukee Road freight train 15 minutes off schedule near here. Crossing the Mississippi river bridge, F. H. Carmlchael, engineer; saw a frightened and half-frozen tcrrlor on the middle of the span cowering "as Carmtchael's locomotive bore down on him. Carmichael stopped the train a few inches from the doj, stepped out' on the ice-coated trestle and took.the dog back Into "the cab with him. At ,the.- draw-tender's house-the dog was. put-aground warmed, fed and released. Tim the test freight .went on, stole In order thaj county might hayc Mlssissip credltab float, and also that It might b represented by a band. Handbook on Rackets Gets National Attentio MANSFIELD, O. (UP)—A hani, book on "petty rackets" has wo national recognition for Paul \ Williams,. secretary of Ihe "Cham ber of Commerce. It Is a directo of rackets which have been en ployed to bilk home owners an business meri: Christmas | Death Toll Nearly 400 t. * lly United Prttvs, The nation's violent death Loll [or the Clnhtinns holidays passed the ,100 mnik nnd it npnenrcil llkj- ly the dun) total might be close ;o 400 ' Tabulations by the United PICSS 111 35 slates and thu District of Columbia Disclosed 310 dentils from murder, sulolds, accident iinil nuW- mobllc and Ualn {.rallies AlmcM. perfect * weather drew hundreds ol thousands of motor- IsU lo the Wghwajs and nuloino- WIo accidents \\eic the swn.cst Ingle cause or <leulh Illinois led the btales with 31 vlo- enl .dentlis, IB of which occiirud reutest Christmas traffic Jnm since 029 Fourteen persons died in lashes ' i * More than a thhd of Alabama's :U vlolciil dcattis were m\ndcn> 'ollcc rspoilcd nine Mississippi icportcd a strange omblnatlon of dcnths c, E Car- ulchacl, 40, burned to death In Ireonvllle and his neighbor, i, \\\ \V)\<x, 03, became so excited ho utfcrcd a falm henrt attack KIlLi'SELF- Clihnc Kal-shck \bovo Is the most recent picture t Chiang Kai-shek, premier of Jhlnn, who In n statement lolay lamed his own . failure to maln- iln "adequate discipline" tor the ivo weeks which he spent as a tap- ve In the hands of Marshal Chang Hsuoh-llang; Goodfellows Clgb.j Makes Recoid" D!stVibiitioli(', J lo Needy '| ' \\tf Six hundicd and fifty Bljllf'e- Illr- families, a record number.' ecelvcd Chrlslmas baskets fiom he Goodfellows club this jear, it, vas announced today by J E iassori; club chairman) Cash contributions totaled $735 nil a large amount of merchand- sc was also given. Gifts not jet publicly acknowledged aie Giaber's sloie, Huddleton Grocery, Dick, and Mac \Vil- ianis, each $10, B G West, W i Homer, King Matthews, C C Jingston, Louis Applcbaum, Hubert Potter, Hotel Noble,.C.-A. lunnlngliam, Margaret /Dean's ihop^ Russell Farr, Board of Trade, C. H. Hall, Coca Cola Bat- ling Co Blythevllle Walci Co, First National Insurance Agency, Caldwell Beauty Sh^t), C. G. Red- nan,' Sheldon Hall, Shaver-Foser Gin Co., Crawford-Coppedge Gin Co.. C. W. Afflick, each $5; Dr. H. A. Taylor, Dr. F. D.-Smith Tom w Jackson, J H. Smart, .J f Sniait jr, Jaclson, each $250, Dr. J. A. Sallba, Ben Franklin store, Max B. Reid, John W. Meyer. Marcus Evrard, E. R. Jackson Ernest Hulsell, each 52; : Carej Wocdburn Phccncy, 51,50; Glcnco< ilotel, "Cash," Mrs. Eugene Dickinson,-E. B. Thomas. W. M.-Bums Welch Foster, "Pete" Thoriipson Dr. O. E. Wilson. F. Simon. Miss e mi leay o re gainst' a 'stump and climbed up nt lhc hosplUl for Injuries but we're oMook for ^rabbits. He reached Iatcr dlsl » lss ed were. Roy Loberg. down over the end of the bnnrl son ° r Hen 'y Loberg, local Junk a"nd o pick up the rifle It discharged coal denlcr - Allch Banon, 44, 338 nnd joung McCurter fell dead Soutl1 Division sttreet, and two-net^ rom llfe-sliimp, n bullet wound 8 ™ s tj ., ' *• " '> ' - 1> Hln nnTi^nn r\t l>)^ _l,_-l. fllG lOCHlJtv flf .TnhnV)»\'t; ^JtlVftll-. . . . . . Jamie Nichols, John Chapln, M. Buck, H. G. Parllow, O. , . . , . Quellmalz, j,'G. Barnes, Miss Ruth Ely the, W. D, Wood, Lloyd Stlck mon, E B Woodson Chester Cald well, cach-$l; E. Blomeyer, F. \v Oarlock, each 50 cents Mcichand Ise, Mrs. .Eugene Dickinson, Na ber's Grocery Dazed Motorist Saved, Watchman Falls Dead MARYSVlLLf, O. • (UP) — -Al heroic dash to flag a speedln freight train, saved the life of dazed motorist trapped In hi wrecked machine in the train oath, but: caused the death of 59-year-old crossing watchman. Tlie watchman, Raymond - Ora hood, fell cicad as he brought Hi train to a halt In time to prevails crashing Into tlie aulomobll wrecked from another collision. Mothers Fear ISacinjf DOJTS MILLBRAE dents have the . automobile crashes. MUhlgan police icporlcd the 'emiscot County Boy, 13, Victim of Holiday Hunting Accident HAVTI Mo — Thomas Harold IcCuitei, 13-jearold son of Mi. lid Mis Ear! McCurter of North slitnd farming' con'lmlinitr hi the 01 (Invest coinci Pern'lscot county, ccdvod (i new 22 cullbei rinc foi ilnlstmiu, r • • Yesterday uftcnioon, accompan- bd bj hh jonngei* brblhei and a •niisln, J R McCmlnci, who also md a new rifle, he went Yabbtt muting Ho loaned his new line, cocked nnd ieady to fire, ihe center of his chest, "I ve kilted myselfl" he scream Jack Kclley of Haiti ell Coionci -elurncd a verdict of accidental leath after hearing the testimony of the victim's two young comnnn- ons. Funeral services were held to- Jay at White Oak Manila Man Badly Knifed;' I Several Arc lnjured, r on Highways ' 'f\ '' Two persons were, slain, another scilously blabbed, a boy accidentally killed himself with a Christmas ilfle, and several sustained serious nnd Inlnoi Injthles In tiafflc accl- > denU> In Uio Blythcvlllc territory J ovei the Cliilstmas holiday period, 1 ' Tho dsad lire; , ^ '"*.'.* ' Leiioy Johnson, 31, DCerlng.'MO,, I . falally filabbe<l at a Chrlstmas'Eye'^l dance at Deeilng, who siiccyihbs'd nl the Blythevllle hospital Friday * morning at 1.6t) o'clock. - -.' 'lliomos ITafold McCuitc)',''13,^ PemLscot counly farm youth, who', atcidcntally killed himself jes- leiday afternoon with n ilftc 'he had rerelvcd for Christmas r - . t_ Charley Gordon, negro, living on ' the o. H, Whistle farm In the Roselaud community, who was fa- f tftlly shot by his brother when ho -. intervened in a family- quarrel He * tiled al C 20 o'clock, last night "at •* the Hlytlicvtlle hospital < , ;. f Manila Man Badly Cut - - •Paul Downing, 20, of Manila, tcmi»rarlly employed at a Beau- } cham|i's Corner beer parlor, t near- ( ' Manila was stabbed about a dozen 1 -,-, times by a man, Identified as Ervln * Darling of Folrost City, about 10 o'clock Thursday nlg'nt Downing, i with knife wounds In one lung, his ~' kidneys, and other pirls of h!s_. body, mas given a fair chance for * life, todaj, providing Infection doei not set In His assailant had not ,. been captured During the cotton season Downing was employed,nt =1 Mejcrs Brother sgln « * l ' In the Blythevllle hospital, where , ivnlnsj Is_receding ticalment, to- v •! -..y^wero Junloi',Presnell/l3,-son of^rK Hpnry Presnell of lliH city, with a brain Injury, and VIrgle Delancey,_" 24, son of 8 E. Delanccy, farmer ' living about three miles northwest * of Blytbeville, with eight brokenv ribs and a shoulder Injury They were hurt In a Christmas Eve highway accident near Osceola > Others who received treatment'' The Identity of Johnson's slavery> not known here^today .Funera'j'rl i »e KIIIC(I myselll" he scream- ""•>•""•'""'»" i«ms,mu»y ,ru"era|Ti "d to Ills two companions as he scrvlce s «IH be held for the Deerf (f ell 'ng south Sunday afternoon at tlie fcoger F. Paddison Dies at Home in Albany, Ga. Rodger 'P. Paddison, at one time a hardware salesman in the Mem- mls territory. diccT at his home n Albany, Ga., yesterday aftcr- loon ns his brother, R. P. Pad- dlson, of this clly, wns speeding to. his bedside. Mr. Paddison left ,'csterrlay morning after his "brother's condition became critical. He had been In ill some time. health Baptist church at Steele with ser-^vices to be conducted by the Rav." J W Cunningham Burial yiiU\be7 made at Mount Zion cemetery—He— „ Is survived by his parents, Mr "rindf; k Mrs. L. E Johnson, two sisters", *t Christine Johnson of Deerlng and Mrs Hnldey Umbaugh of Wilson, , Ark. , , '•V," Auto Overturns ""r^^^ Young Presnell and Delancey'^?were hurt when their car overturn-^ cd on a Highway 61 curve north bfC Osceola According to reports no, * other automobile was involved in 1 the accident and a relative said i^ ^ blowout, apparently was responsibie- for the accident There were other 1 < Indications that the >16-ycar-olrJ boy, driving, simply failed to nego- liate the curve Both are In a se-r rlous condition •**>'' loberg and the two negroes were Mr. -Paddlftbn, who w-as CO years >f age, had frequently visited here. Other brothers lyho" survive him for hurt In the same accident, when a >,~"t car and a truck collided on High-'\ way 01, near the airport just south* of Bl>lhevllle Loberg sustained scalp wounds while the negroes also r orotners who survive him scalp wounds while tr are N G of Memphis, E w,; received minor hurls ii Mount Airy. N c J J, ofi According to reporls, Barron was Kernersvllle, N. C., and O. H, ofl waiting along Highway 61, return^" Savannah,' Ga. | Ing home after going to a Missouri Funeral i services will be held night club when he was hurt in an Sunday afternoon at Mount Air)' Texas Licenses Upheld For "Gin Marriages" TORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI-"Oln marriages" In Texas cannot be clerks can use persuasion Tha; U the "rule handed down by local district Judges when Mrs. Happy Shelton, . county'clerk, sought to deny llccrises to persons she believed Intoxicated. "I don't intend to press this matter before district judges any further," said Mrs. Shelton. "We arc - bound to' Issue licenses where couples are legally qualified to marry. The blame for 'gin mar- unusual accident « Barron is said to hn\e flung his arms out as an automobile passed him or as he attempted to jump out ot the way of an automobile, his arm striking the windshield of the car He received treatment ot the hospital but, was later dismissed. A few other persons received treatment for minor injuries, se\- eral sustained in brawls, from local physicians. SHANOHAI (UP)—Showing an increase of 269,230 persons during the past year, the population of the three municipalities of Shanghai totals 3,813,685, according to figures released here by the Bureau of Public Snfetay. rlages" rests enlirely on tbe min-1 ^^ o Islers or officials who perform Ih2 j Arkansas—Occasional rains to- AE ~Cal "(UP) —*Resi co^nionles night and Sunday. Warmer in e\: petitioned the city fo "However, we will try mighty . lrem< : . cas j i P 0 " 1 "" tonight. SHght- ^sion of two kennels of hard to argue couples out of the V «»««r "» north portion Sunday^ racers on lhr> ernnnri.! 1 Idea If thcv annlv uhllc fn. - Memphis and vicinity—Mostly Issued originally only to prole the suppression of two kennels of, hard to argue couples out of the residents of Mansfield, tlie hand-(greyhound racers on the grounds Idea if they apply while in- book drew 4 attention from the that they are unable to dress their toxlcatcd" United States Chamber of Com- children in wViipn fn^ rnor iho* TK« ....,...>*..! . ... Memphis and ylclnily—s cloudy, slightly warmer tonight m, jnany ^MtlVMi Jloul Llltf Vllnb l!l£y Chamber of Com-1 children In white for fear "thVt' The question arose here wheni The maximum temperattire"hcfe'' .we ii. a requests me greyhounds mistake them for couples sought to we a plea of In- jesterday w-as* " ' ' - **" are pouring in from i abb Its aMd start a chase that Is lexical Ion as grounds for an an-1 clear, accordln not scheduled on the progrumi- ' nuliMnt of their nuptials. ' ~ ' •

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