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Delta Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1939, Greenville, Mississippi 1 There's Plenty of RESULTS In The Democrat Delta Weather Forecast Generally fair warmer in north portion tonight Wednesday cloudy to partly cloudy VOLUME 43 GREENVILLE MISSISSIPPI TUESDAY AUGUST 22 1939 NUMBER 298 WORLD STUN Nazi Shadow Over World 6 Convicts Sought Here Are Caught Young Escapers Terrorize Five Lamont Citizens Arrested At Arkansas City After Slugging Taking Arms And Car Five of the six convicts who overpowered i penal farm yesterday escaped were reported this afternoon to been near Ar- kansas City Earlier today they were SOUK lit ville after one liud been re- ported seen en Nelson street Kern cant Hilton Sergeant and bookkeeper Stratton were enroute to Ar- kansas City this afternoon will K the buck to lie Greenville police tion returning them to According to report a man who ferried the convicts across river notified and the arrest of the quintet followed Two trusty guards here from were at tins station his afternoon the return of the five in custody of the KU arils BRIBERY CHARGE AGAINST SHUSHAN AND THREE OTHERS Four Already Indicted For Fraud and Facing Con- tempt of Court A city-wide search way in Greenville today for six armed youthful convicts who I NKW ORLEANS AUK charged today I state cum I Abe L shiin Robert 1 Newman Marvin Trent Harris indicated yesterday by the jury here on mail fraud charts They were to today t answer In a contempt of coui t rule for failure tn records ill i bond of the Orleans Levee Hoard The affidavits filed by District Attorney Alber jr in criminal court just before i court j under to assemble to hear tlie proceedings Two wero with il a ward at Garni utl bribery willi anil tlie Male penal farm at of fiI o'clock yesterday evening ind Company investment and robbed the j house which handled the bund v lust night Oiu in 1 group was reported seen 1 Miller and Herbert W pack former of the Levee Hoard alleged to have a bribe of tin on Nelson street ing The convicts serving ranging from two to seven and segregated in one camp be- heir youth ed a guard his ered rifle and escaped in a blue Kurd automobile stolen from May manager of the bardy plantation near Parchman Jarm S Exchanging somewhere prison fur civilian clothes while en route I mm Parchman to thn with j rifle scooped j Hay In SM in cash and three Pasturing nf and escaped i a aiso Mr and Mr f from the other loin 11 in the bond Iran action FORAGE SCHOOL FOR STOCK RAISERS TREATY X Of Eur BRITAIN FRANCE GROPE FOR PLANS Small Nations Terrorized by Severity of Blow LONDON Aug 22 by an impend ing jy Germany jmd Soviet not attack each other ihc British iid French cabinets gathered lay to decide what to do about it course to take in the est diplomatic confusion since Britain and France liad counted heavily on Russian cooperation in their of Poland in her dispute with Germany over demands for a reunion andj right-of-way through the Polish corridor to East Prussia I Despite disadvantages j in the idea of Poland i locked between Germany and ia sources close to the incut insisted Britain's position j would remain steadfast and altered Settle They said she would welcome a lenient of the dispute by negotiations acceptable tn all parties bul would no attempt to alter the by force The decision wa expected to be the first order of business t the of small neutral nations for tomorrow by Leopold 111 of the Medians in drall a appeal to the big representatives of Belgium Netherlands Norway Denmark Finland and bourg signatories of the i year-old Oslo convention for ro- duclion of trade barriers also Continued On Page H Skin GERMAN TROOPS m POLE BORDER Whether War has been or Hastened is Still Question STALIN BEGIN WORK ON DAM AT FOOT OF LAKE WASHINGTON Weathers Plans nearer lo if I of Came Commission who live OKI Ml ilr A School will ho h Ilie Uella Slati for davs or avs A squadron of headed with Smith formerly ol Greenwood western ex- LEVEE BOARD BURGLAR DRIVEN FIXES AWARDS IN BY RIFLE FIRE CONDEMNATIONS FROM MULLEN HOME if Sergea here the FIRE SWEEPS KITCHEN DWELLING tension agent presiding Farm res engaged in livestock raising are i invited The which opens a I a m will include an address j ol welcome by II C1 McNamara superintendent of Delta Station j Dr Clarence D uf agi experiment stations and K mi White ol Jackson director of T t Damages Total About SI For on c nd Intruder Twice Attempts Entry in Main Street Home For Project A crew of under tion of Game Warden O Moon today began clearing and Vice-Chairman G Weathers said the sippi Game and Fish Commission will open bids in ten or twelve dam with concrete covering tc replace the earthen dam now idly crumbling Weathers said new dam will be constructed Fire at o'clock this tension service will outline th f the schools ing swept through the a two room dwelling hoi 2 Lawrence Street in the part of the city Firemen lo the scene and one line of in blaze An oil stove Dave Hoi den veteran engineer the lee Company lives m the house Firemen were called to Service Station on South Theobald PLAYER IMPROVES i talk on ti rage crop ions for the Delta area J T Copeland will speak control and drainage i ing storing and handling hay by H W Hennell chairman Mower adjust men hay culling and crushing and of handling j and storage of hay will be ex- I Al p m a moving how on I'm age anil lock will be sh with 1 ones as chairman The Friday morning will delude demonstrations in ng storing and ol A Frank Hackney Monroe White Sox second baseman struck on the head Saturday night by a pitched ball was reported ed although in a condition Hackney a fractured hkull when hit by a one ed by Doug Johnson Greenville pitcher The Monroe in fielder was able to talk to relatives and friends today at King's Daughters pital The club left today for Greenwood to open a i age with F i ing demonstration silage silage in livestock ration and types of silos and filling equipment and crops will be j ing the ning 1 In the a tie moon practical j Image programs for Delia and a pasture tour will be under dirco lion of R Waters The theme of the pn establishment and management of permanent pastures pasture results drainage and erosion control in establishing manent pastures and establishing of permanent pastures under the A A A pn Mullen home at early today of of Carroll i to rob an hour and ten Mullen he other were by burglar in tin Mullen once with a u id rule arid intruder ran the door Hi a an hour and ten ne a burglar was 1 by Can oil Mullen Mullen aril run nd an e punched ill nl and may Mr Weath while the He id i and Russia and Germany to conclude non- aggression pact Gorman Foreign Minister due for negotiations British French mission negotiations for mutual assistance pact seek instructions call decision a master stroke by Adolf Hitler Germany's position against i Poland in dispute seen ed military preparations on Polish border continue j stunned by move in midst of mutual assistance negotiations with Russia and crisis over dispute Cabinet I to review situation emergency session of i Parliament forecast Alt IS French say negotiations in 1 cow will continue Cabinet meeting called to survey I nation and put finishing touches on new military i weigh effect of l tinn says Kree City approaches its Ministers of seven small powers I gather for conference possibly seen of broad peace plea officials silent on Communist action pending observation of its effect on crisis I j quarters expect Mussolini to move quickly for share of benefits foreseen under man pact I ROM reliably reported to include three points pledge to abstain from aggression against other an under Ink ing for one lo remain neutral if thu other should be attacked by a third party and a provision j for denunciation in case either commits an act of sinn diplomatic quarters expect Mussolini to move ly for share of benefits foreseen under pact reserved as effect of action is weighed but responsible sources assert new has brought absolutely im change in Polish policy j of new attempts to won i By The Associated Press Soviet Russia and Nazi startled Europe today a to conclude n pact al a time two other nations lain and France were seeking mutual assistance accord with Russia In a Europe already the issue of the Free City f Danzig the suddenness of development threw into confusion Germany's Foreign Ler Joachim Von Ribbentrop will arrive in Moscow for which were announced last mid- night in the homes of rival So lar as Hussi and were concerned the development came after some four years of friction which succeeded Hitler's renewal on May 5 1333 of a treaty of friendship for a period of seven years Jt came also sharply on the heels of a pact to reverse the trend of de- creasing commerce between the two nations Vast So far as the world was con- cerned the tion etched a vast question mark in every chancellery H came with stunning surprise to Britain and France whose have been foi four months in an to no- On Pase Delta Council Industry Croup Personnel Named Miss Ann 22 Committee personnel of Delta Council for was announced by Col der uf man Members include H C vall Columbus W F Joe I Virden ville W T Greenville C G Smith Slates friendship seen in wake of action by Japan Germany's partner Japanese reported considering isolation nf international settlement because of shooting incident Saturday rise in Tientsin's greatest flood Greenville Functions of the industrial tion of the Delia lie in the furtherance of the industrial de- and expansion program in line with agricultural tion Important Delta industries are crushing of cotton seed ber and woodworking banking and merchandising Unfavorable market ments increased competition from and fats and increased costs arising from taxes and labor the oil industry has lo some ex- lent experienced difficult times Similar trends have been noted m JACKSON Miss AUK Al i money in this country other Mississippi industries and final week of Mississippi's Conner pledged himself to work it s the hope of Delta Council campaign opened with having a retail that some feasible plan Conner Johnson Waxing will be 200 feet in length with screening to prevent fish Ironi entering the lake from by I Jay on and In Final Talks I Mississippi Levee will prepare the plans and immediately and v ill be opened tor the twelve days A number of aun Lake 1 stream and an earthen dam constructed of water five in- day with the two candidates tax to Paul Johnson and Mike I enabling waxing warm in provide for collecting the tax on interstate shipments I advocated federal which would enable the state lo collect the sales tax from will be worked out for the tit of the general of this B will tn LITTLE ANNIE j dam will be section set aside i n t e n d e d reprisals and will be jf highway The ind Hie other of playing Also subject of bitter private property cost of the clam will be approximately Ti m Bailey who was eliminated in the first polling v oper of India noli i repeated primary chairman of the Game and Fish Mhei members arc i Hanks of of IT IS Ferguson has IKK chickens bul right now he's trying lo te one Thai one laid an inches first trip I long and inches five guns That Ferguson said is some charges that he Tom and Conner de- charges as false their references to their i tion slate finances in their I on h j pension plan promising he would find a way to finance his work out his program jobbers and wholesalers instead of collecting it on each retail he said This can be done on in- ters I ate only with the help of Congress This f pi Jin will the administration its the retail annoyance and troublesome to the Nobody need worry where we'll gel the he declared 1 know where to get it Yon know I've worked for rich folks and I who's tin people At Tupelo last night Johnson j said the opposition was trying to scare stale employes into for Mike Conner when they that if 1 am elected nor f will discharge Or Mitchell Dr C Mitchell head of the i stali insane hospital at 1 i I wan I In say to you tonight to that intention of removing him Dr Mitchell has devoted his life to this work and he has made a wonderful success of it On Page H Hear Mike Conner At Courthouse Tonight At Eight Ask for details of our special plan
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