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Leader Call (Newspaper) - March 30, 1934, Laurel, Mississippi NR A WF DO OUR PART Weather Report Partly warmer in south Saturday showers and colder in west and FINAL EDITION Todays News Today Wt DO PART VOL. 137. SINCE 1911 MARCH 30, 1934. Daily - Jones County Times A. E. N. P. A. Call TURKISH GOVERNMENT HOLDS INSULL FOR U. insull finds end of trail in turk port Fugitive Former Utilities Magnate Stops at Istanbul for Supplies and is Taken Into Associated March 30.- The Turkish government Informed the state department today that it would arrest and detain Samuel Instill for extradition By RING Associated Press Foreign Staff March 30.- Indications today were that Samuel Insull had finally been collared by the United States after a long and exciting Though Turkish officials had not yet announced his actual the steel arm of the strong regime blocked the passage of the opposite the mouth of the famous Golden Horn and held the ship's lone passenger a virtual prisoner while the government awaited the receipt of document from Formal Arrest Formal steps toward his actual arrest are to be taken any it. was as soon as the necessary papers are in The history of Turkey under Kemal led foreign circles to believe that there is unlikely to be any such delay in the handling of the Insull case here as occurred in Negotiations between Akhara officials and American Minister Skinner are expected to write finis to the strange odyssey of the man who Is wanted in Chicago on charges of and larceny in connection with the collapse of the utility empire he once Sails Into The fugitive from American virtually sailed Into a trap of the rapid-fire action of Turkish mystery man of the was reported still trying to evade arrest and he was said to constantly his in London for At Ankara last night a lengthy lession of the cabinet was held and Insull case was discussed A meeting of the Turkish national council was called for Reports were current it might be asked to ratify an treaty with the United Robert P. American said he had asked Turkey to sieze the 74-year-old who Is aboard his chartered the A decision by the cabinet was expected Prisoner Again no official went has been it vas indicated that Insull now to all practical is a Police apparently will not allow the to leave until the tern of the government's attitude has been disposed of. Thus the in his mysterious cruise in the Mediterranean ind seas to return to possibly will meet a worse than he did in While the cabinet was in session at the capitol through the long hours of the Ins 11 remained on Page DOZEN RURAL SCHOOLS WILL PARTICIPATE IN BIG TRACK MEET AT STADIUM TONIGHT Feeling the spirit of action brought on by the beautiful spring weather prevailing during the past few the track squads of 10 or 12 of the county schools are in great shape for the third Jones county relays that are to be held at the Municipal tonight beginning promptly at 7:30. Seven schools had sent their entries to C. B. chairman of the relay iate Thursday afternoon with at least five more expected to enter teams at the field Laurel Junior Junior Shady Pleasant Ridge and Myrick had named their boys and girls to be Each one of these schools and others had also sent for tickets for their students and for the With the advance sale of tickets in Laurel together with all the county folk a large crowd is Every effort is Being made to create a spirit of friendly rivalry between the schools in the cinder sport and bring them intt The events included on the program tonight will provide opportunity for every school to have a fair chance in the Running races include sprints and distance together with relays of all Field events are entered featuring shot put and The track is in good condition and everything is all set for a real meet beginning at 7:30 memphis and jackson back on air mail Two New Routes Announced by Postoffice Department Making Seventeen Now IS U. S. Steel Waws Ten Per Cent BUSINESS CONTINUES FORWARD STRIDES mm SIXTH FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT SAYS BANK Plot to Kill Lindbergh is Now Related Associated NEW March 30.- A purported plot to cause strained relations between the United States and France by slaying Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh at the conclusion of his flight across the Atlantic ocean is related in a book by George Du published this week and titled Du a Paris police writes that the surete of Paris received a tip the day after Lindbergh The American embassy was he and a cordon of secret service men was thrown about the embassy Two days the author two men were a French apache and an alleged Russian The apache is said by Pu to have confessed that he for a sum of 10,000 to snipe the flier from the roof of the embassy with a specially contracted February Ahead of January and is Far Beyond Year Ago in Most Lines is Report from March 30-Business throughout the sixth federal reserve district continued its forward strides in The report of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta for the released said available statistics improvement over January in the volume of retail in textile activity and While noting that there were declines during the month in building permits and in contracts awarded for building and construction the bank said all figures showed increases over 1933, of them very large The six states located wholly or partly in the sixth district are Mississippi and Retail Sales February sales by 61 reporting department stores in the district on a daily average basis were 17.4 per cent greater than in January and 34.3 per cent greater than in 1933. The bank reported that after a non-seasonal increase of 10 per cent from December to wholesale trade declined 7.1 per cent in February but was 65.3 per roosevelt to visit nassau during cruise President Has Good Luck Fishing and is Enjoying Complete Relaxation Near Associated March 30. - Sailing the warm blue waters of the Bahamas in absolute President Roosevelt neared Nassau early today for a brief He planned to stop in this capital of the British Bahamas but the schedule called for a departure by The first full day out at sea yesterday brought for the president but the details of the catch were Vincent Astor owner of the yacht and host to Mr. reported last night to Marvin H. a secretary to the president established lat headquarters in the Miami Hotel under way for Nassau after Good fishing Leaving about Once before since taking Mr. Roosevelt entered British stopping for a day at Campo Bello Island last summer just over the Canadian His brief visit today at Nassau is not regarded as having any particular significance from a government BIRD LIFE IN SEATTLE Associated wild Chinese beautifully down out of the sky and began gob bling onions and lettuce in the stalls of the public in the heart of the It was cap and will be turned over to a cent greater than a year Bank debits declined considerably less than usual from January to February and were 15.6 per cent greater than in February last Building permits issued at 20 reporting cities and contracts awarded in the district declined from January to February but permits were nearly three times as large as in February last Contract awards were about three and one-half times as large in February this year as in 1933. Consume More The daily average consumption of cotton increased 2.6 per cent in this district from January to February and was 9.5 per cent greater than a year The daily average production of pig iron in Alabama increased 7.4 per cent in February over January and was nearly four times that of February last Coal production in Alabama and on Page AERO training POST Associated March 30.-Addition of two new air mall routes was announced today by the post office One runs from Chicago to New Orleans by 111., St. Memphis and 920 The other runs from to by Colorado approximately 201 They will be submitted later in the day to private companies for This brings the number proposed by the department to 17. Specifications will be announced shortly and the bids are to be returnable within 15 The bidder will be required to take over the mail within 30 days after the 15-day period has This is a part of the government's plan to return airmail transportation to private Specifications Announced Specifications for the air mail routes were made public later by the postoffice For bidding purposes ' 17 routes were divided into 21. Specifications for each of the routes contained the provision that the minimum speed be 110 miles an Rates of pay were fixed at on Page PASSES FF power to president iBy Associated NEW March 30.- The United States Steel Corporation announced today that its various manufacturing after meeting with representative had agreed upon an advance of approximately 10 per cent in In the announcement all the lesser salaried employes will get a similar pay Establishment for Technical Training to be Located the in Associated March 30.-A board of army air corps officials investigating possible sites for a air technical training was busy today inspecting locations near The school will be located in one of 11 cities in Georgia and Co lumbus is seeking the school in and Shreveport has put lin a bid in The who were guests at a banquet last will later make recommendations to the war 1 The board is headed by arton K. commanding at Boiling Washington ther members of the board Herbert D. post officer at Langley Edwin B. of the general ir corps and Capt. Otto G. chief of the buildings and grounds section of the air In Washington Associated The House agriculture committee today approved the revised Jones Costigan sugar control The measure is scheduled to be brought up for House action Monday under procedure barring It fixes a quota of 1,550,000 tons for the domestic sugar beet industry and an allotment of 260,000 for the cane sugar industry on the contl The federal trade commission re testimony today from A. M. a commission examiner that bribery figured in the sale of the municipal power company to the Light and Power an associated gas and electric company The Public Works Administration allotted a loan and grant of or Page General Electric Acts NEW March 30.-Gerard president of the General Electric announced today effective 1, all full-time salaries of or lens and all hourly rates of pay will be increased ten per cent. bases control much altered Senate is Expected Pass Unchanged After Old-Fashioned Tariff By D. HAROLD OLIVER March 30- a round of good old-fashioned tariff debate the Senate is expected to pass President Roosevelt's reciprocal tariff virtually That was the prediction today of both Democratic and Republican leaders as they surveyed the measure passed along to them yesterday by the Although the will probably re main in committee for more thart a its appearance on the floor will end with a bang the four years of surcease from general tariff debate since Congress built the high est tariff wall in history during the Hoover After several days of comparatively listless split distinctly along party the proposal passed the House 272 to 111. It was first to limit its life to three years and to prevent any reductions of foreign It would authorize the president to negotiate agree ments with foreign nations without submitting them to the Senate for approval as is required with other It also empowers the president to change tariff rates 50 per cent up or down without recommendation from the tariff commission as is now the Columbia Youth Joins Consular Service of U. S. to Amendments in Senate be Ironed Out in Con with House Coming in By CECIL B. DICKSON March 30.-m- House advocates of the controverted Bankhead compulsory cotton control declared themselves I ly puzzled today over how to save the so radically rewritten by the doesn't look like the same baby we sent to the remarked Chairman Jones of the House agriculture Its clothes are pretty badly but maybe we can fix it up in Members of the agriculture committee immediately began studying the Senate amendments preparatory to seeking a conference between the two branches next Revised In Senate As passed by the Senate 46 to 39, the measure levies a 75 per cent tax upon the value of all cotton ginned In excess of ten million bales in the coming crop but it was loaded with so many amendments that some of its advocates claimed it was Senator Bankhead coauthor with his brother in the expressed the belief the conferees would work out a that would accomplish the original purpose of restricting production to stimulate prices and cut down the big carry-over that has been depressing Representative Byrns of Democratic House said nothing would be done until next week when Representative returned to consider the As was the case in the a number of senators who voted for it expressed doubt about its consti The Senate cut the life of the from two years to exempted six bales to each grower from the which would be levied at the gin instead of when sold as lated in the 50 per cent tax imposed by the The period on which the allotments to states are to be based was extended from five to ten and the penalty for violation was cut from a maximum fine of and a year's imprisonment to a Associated Developments in I he national Industrial Hugh national recovery requested all code authorities in the consumer goods and service industries the durable goods industry to inform him by April 4 whether they can the president's to reduce hours ten per cent without a weekly pay The general Appalachian coal conference ratified the recommendation of a of miners and operators for a affecting more than 300,000 by nearly a dozen companies brought the number of steel workers affected by a promised ten per cent wage increase April 1 to a total of more than 225,000 in an industry employing between 300,-000 and 400,000 The E. G. Budd Manufacturing company of Philadelphia settled a controversy with employes over formation of a company union and agreed that for 90 one of every two men hired will be taken from the ranks of the Negotiations for settlement of a strike at a N. shipyard by the NRA industrial relations board awaited only acceptance by the board of a representative of Independent Operators of big fleets of taxicabs in New York announced that a strike was ended so far as they were concerned and 76 per cent of their cabs back on the After a full day's session at the automobile labor board asked for patience by all interested parties saying is cry evidence of the desire of all elements in the Industry to many hurt in hotel blaze legislature definitely sets next april 4, as day of sine die adjournment Both Houses Take Formal Action After Appeal of Governor for That Liquor in dly Associated March 30.-The regular 10:14 session of the Mississippi legislature will end next Wednesday at 0 p. in. The sine die adjournment date was definitely fixed today when both Mouse and Senate adopted a concurrent resolution setting the April 4th Under a resolution previously adopted by the two houses but held conner seeks power to act if cash fails Governor Asks Legislature for Right to Issue Short - Term Notes to Meet FLAPPER FANNY SAYS Associated March 30. - James Lampton 25 years of will sail from New York Saturday for Union of South where he will enter service with the American Mr. Berry is a son of Mr. and M. R. Berry and a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lampton of He did preparatory work with Webb school at Bell received a bachelor's degree at Ole Miss and the M. A. degree at the University of 1931-'32, where he specialized in law and He completed work for the Ph. D. degree at Yale In V. 3. PAT. Off. Flames Sweep and Guests Leap from Windows to Escape Associated March 30.-At least two persons were killed and 21 11 of them seriously here early today when fire razed the Longview D. F. was killed when he jumped from a window and struck the pavement head Search of the ruins resulted in the discovery of a charred The fire broke out at midnight after most of the guests had retired and in a short time swept the three-story Making desperate efforts to escape the many persons leaped from An unidentified man was killed when he jumped from a window and struck the pavement head It was feared that some of the guests might have been trapped in their Firemen said they thought two men might have lost their lives in a third floor A woman dropped her baby from a third floor window in a frantic effort to save its The baby landed on a second floor from it was rescued by a A number of persons suffered broken bones in jumping out of Cause of the fire had not been determined and firemen could not learn from what part of the building it Guests who escaped said their first intimation of danger came when flames burst into their All available ambulances were pressed into to carry the injured to Among those taken to was H. a St. Louis electrical company who received a broken leg and burns on the face and A Associated March 30. - Governor Bennett Conner today asked the legislature to provide an additional to Mississippi's credit by authorizing the state bond commission to issue short term notes not to exceed any differences that may develop between appropriations and anticipated revenues during the In a special message to both houses of the general assembly the chief executive requested immediate enactment of a similar to an act passed in 1922, which he said to the full satisfaction of the legislature and of the people of the Coupled with his request that authority be granted the bond commission to issue short term notes was a recommendation that an on Page house liquor enacted by huge vote in the lower chamber on a motion to the solons had agreed to quit work tomorrow Appeal From Governor Sennett Conner sent word through his supporters that adjournment tomorrow would likely leave the budget unbalanced and suggested the legislature continue In session until the middle of next Following his recommendation the House yesterday adopted the April 4th resolution with a provision that no bills introduced after recess night be The Senate agreed to the new date when the resolution was called up this but added an amendment permitting consideration of appropriation and local and private measures introduced any time before The House accepted the amendment and the date for terminating the 13-week old session was definitely Liquor In After approving the adjournment resolution the Senate was informed by Senator W. B. that he would call up at 3 p. m. today the compromise liquor passed late yesterday by the In announcing his intention to call up the liquor Senator Roberts said he was serving notice In order that all members of the Senate could make plans to he Senator Roberts was the author of the passed by the which provided for a referendum and sale of liquor through county Under the compromise passed yesterday by the Lower a referendum will be held May 15, and on Page laurel SHIPS 3 CARS TRUCK friday NIGHT Jones County Mustard Greens and Onions Loaded for Northern Measure Legalizing One Quart a Goes to Vote Provided on May 15. A beau many girl tied Associated resident of sought to pay the government income tax which he didn't just naturally want to pay something and am enclosing my check for he wrote to tho income tax pay state and county taxes and sec no reason why I should not pay some government I am proud of our government and feel we should all put our shoulders to the The check was The government is not permitted to accept such Associated March 30. The overpowering wets of the Mississippi House of Representatives today sent their substitute liquor legalizing to the Senate while tho Senate planned to dash out a general relief program asked by Governor Bennett indicating that the upper house expected to stay in session until next day as requested by the Both Houses previously had voted sine dlo adjournment but new relief bills on relief cooperation with the federal government were dropped into the Senate hoppers yesterday which were almost certain to prolong the session for a few Passed Two to One In spite of a dry attack the House wets last night passed a substitute liquor by vote of 84 to 41. Tills authorizes a referendum on May 15 on whether counties may vote in legal liquor to be handled through liquor stores controlled by tho county boards of supervisors under general supervision of the It would limit the purchase of an Individual to one quart a This was called up and passed easily over the protest of the drys who argued that it was a because the House previously had killed the Benate liquor without making a minority report and the Benate had cast aside a similar passed by the But their attack on point of parliamentary procedure involving the vote necessary to bring the up was overruled by Representative Walter of speaker pro his ruling was sustained by the members and the was called up and Relief BUI In Senate The Senate had before it a by Senator John chairman of the on Page Three carloads of mustard onions and radishes are being shipped from Laurel Friday night in the first shipment from tho city this A crew of 20 men is working steadily packing the produce into hampers with ice and placing the loaded hampers in the refrigerator cars which are spotted at the R. L. Boteler loading shed near the Southern Each hamper bears the H. Uncle Hosey and H. B. Welborne are supervising the loading of the stated that the farmers received 50c per hamper net at the loading All the farmer has to do is to bring the turnips to the loading shed and wash them to receive the crop of 400 bushels per acre is a small stated Mr. majority of farmers raise from 500 to 600 bushels per is the largest beginning we have ever had in the truck shipping business here and should be even Another car and possibly more will bo shipped tomorrow to points in tho north and f t AGED PRIEST DIES fBy Associated KEY March 30.-Th<3 body of the Rev. Father William 81, who for many years was a superior of the Society of Jesuits and served during the World War as assistant general of the was sent today to for He died here yesterday while in his 60th year of POLICEMAN ON TRIAL Associated March 30.-A jury was selected today for the taking of testimony in the trial of Policeman John G. of charged with murder in connection with the fatal wounding oi Howard Lee a McComb on the night of January 16. MISSING GIRL LOCATED Associated March 30.- Norma 11-year-old girl who was reported to have from her Clarksdale home yesterday was traced to 35 miles south of York by Meridian She said she there to visit
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