Camden Times (Newspaper) - March 2, 1933, Camden, Arkansas The Vitim in The Leading Weekly ARKANSAS MARCH 2. 266 March 1, 12, was killed her Earl 47, railroad injured when the auto in which he was driving her to struck by a Cotton Belt passenger train at a March 1. Wenley 12, turned to death and his J. R. 25, crit ically burned in a blaze which destroyed their home early mother and father and couple origin of the blaae war For The New Year Elected On New Occupants The Last Democratic Bandit is After Wild Mar. 1. Clifford convict and fonner Little Uock bootlegger Tuesday ana an unidentified companion robbed the First National of Arkadelphia of money robbers the shortly before tJie of 4 o'clock and their rushed the four and and 15 herding them into small rear ol thugs stood over while the other wont into tho front part of the bunk what money was and fled W. V. vicc of the than two robbers had been i the bank by Clifton and Sandefur j y sUnding on - k in front of the ' fcw one of the men a j his pocket as he went in i They ran to t' 11 nu i chants in adjoining stores the alarm and the in of identified as the rob ir who took the money dashed into an ip rear of the bank of fired at him George him to jump court the 4 Grocery Company n went the rear the only ' n the Jolm and Kd who forced the hiK revealed two filled with momy into ventilator hole in the back of the other robber great made Several wo men of the church were in the School room of the when Mrs. George Arkadelphia hoaid a in a rear Going to inves she a man anned with two looking out a south window and down the ai ley where was to He turned and pointed the guns at and the other By the time of reached the however the robber had made He Kft behind a suit of tan and several pistol during th. robbery a third man was sitting under the wheel a red Chevrolet car and that made off in the car as loi ' found the car 11 north of on way 67, where it had been abandonad said that the cai In Hot ' that he other men ho Mbti it would be a cinch Arkadelphia was up t mt Bluff to serve six WaK hMl two LUCILLE S of annual In Limit Of Withdrawals Sought In Needed By Crippled appeal is at the for a of to be usini by a man in an auto last Any ono old of ihai they would be to or call 7'in and of who was struck by a hit-and-run driver on Adams is aide get now in bed at He crutches to Through no fault of he was injured and taken to the and lias fought a of easily Ins is and we feel tire citi of will aid the re I ( A. vice of Lucilie who n tary ior new ni wili be tiie new iis in a in day Ils t li h - ili tlic of war Outline Work For laical club may in at regular of the club al the Orlando and Smith were m of Ihe th ' new banking law und Me that banks and local were m but the action of Little banks in otb er bank in the 1 had in Little Rock ju banking every liank must keep a fund in Little Rock | to handle local out of town ' that ale cleared the Kittle Uock Clearing Mouse public t in be and Haynie sang two Miss land accompanied at the matter of up va cant lots and in was rred to tlie the activities suggest ed for the club during tlie com ing year ua a bi movement for by I- S. removal of all unsightly in by Henry D. and find more work for the new the club and greater civic responsibility by Carl new members admitted Were and O. program committee next week is Andrew Al For the following week Atkinson and Hurt Heads the Bank t af active it pi of the and is and ray of the i National Hank i y 11 ea The V. A I C. I. and v I L. the id lii i a i will all the un regulations of the le NINE Will Open Here Tomorrow FOR COURAGE d ill 1ki:.!;.- of fivo is api lo It nine and If only in but in all I will oil no douht ij out soino a of on 1 li hi of in Id under tli in will do lo 1. ( .in as if it to p is no on part of t I ra il will no rest i ict ions on - from ks will I. as mi it will to the Ihr d 1/ is a for and isr ily in of ill and - ni u soon hr out will with ilir disi urha ordi i BY HOLIDAYS IN IWO To Depositors Is Residence Total Loss In Monday Uy Uie - ill on i Ih 1 AKEN BY Local Citizen h Died in ol the and of named 1, 2, and ol in his proclamati the no funds can be paid out by the and no more fivo and than a and withdrawals to and men put together to ork out lor in trv to the lite operative m i bank holiday in lav ext ended tile effect 1; will night in the renior basket tourna of the en try list it was to these games of the regular calls fin at a a. m. liO and more are before y i will be played n. Ihe defending Many teams are to be in tlie running and District Nine sunic of its greatest caue team Holly will ojien the tournament night at 7 Other games Thursday are Harmony vs and sled vs. This latter game one of the tourney fca s. two have noi met in season and an oil field all foi ward while at and J. famous will referee the for all seven of the tournament can bi for Individual Club Presents Bayou Association Holds Annual Meeting and Bayou National Farm elected a annual meeting of el be 2") cents March 1. The Finance today emergency relief loan of for 75 in March und trade at will Ite celebration ol Holy Communion at tlie St at ten The Dr. Dowd will 1,1 .an tb tock I held al tiie | of of the Federal liank of St. was man of the new directors D. R. 1), W. 1 j A. all ol I Ouachita Mr. an I ing talk on thi variou and duties of the Land Bank and official present the officers A. Garner C. 1?. vice D. Ik The the folio of D. H. ami 15. elected I were W. L. 1. Gar ner and A vote of thanks tile of Magnolia A. ( a of current in with Melba I uf i year i ef the second y cla editorial H. l: 1 1,^' 1 hu an McCail H 1 ' I 1 1 k I 1 in in 1 VISIT Planned High March 1. Intended to relieve depositors banks that are taking advantage of the restricted a waa introduced in house this morning that would allow 50 percent withdrawal on accounts of or 25 percent on ten on ana 5 on 1,000 or as a committee of the whole the today considered appropriation for the of foi two further reduction were tlie adoption of one that the of the from to recommended Karl and the thiee as compensation for their rejected to the session of the tire for 1 Ti and it decided to hold night Friday will be the a resolution to authorizing the tree of silver on tlic i 1 to 1 bills mended dealt with tlic the corporation com and other new were ' One of all the income tas and tobacco tax bf paid to ' fund for sole e the common another the governor to borrow on of the One of the sures would allow mayors of the first cities to out ot crime of the county salary which would reduce of county 20 cent waj scheduled for tho this the beginning the first day of tile next calendar all county shall bo to receive a-s fees an amount equal to cent of tJi ' amount by ot and all officers ate not fixed by iaw be more this IS or exceed but do not are reduced only and less than renani the may be out of road nr A for in the When ot dies not 7' per prisoner a a num am up ill the per day 111 the is for th period of Slain Officer Found in to as for year while in al r n then to till his vote of thanks was alsi tendered to wa - that inon ey was available at this time for on improved of interest i- Inw repayment by the amort tion plan it for farmers wiio reside on own property to obtain to improve their wishing to investigate this should see tary aged street earl e Walter ' a i tie 1. 1 M ' 11 hn S 1 i j 1 j 1 1 1 Ol 1'. 1 1'.' 1 1 i 1111 1; 1 ' 11 Gl 1 1 K. 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