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   Delta Star, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1938, Greenville, Mississippi                             This World of Ours Late Bulletins, Quirks And Briefed lures, Which.Put the World on Your Front Porch Anti-Block Booking Bill Dies WASHINGTON, June 1 (UP) Tlie Senate-approved Neely bill prohibiting the billion-dollar motion picture industry from forcing theatres to book movies oil a whole- sale, sight-unseen basis, has been killed for this session of it vns learned tonight. VOLUME 11 GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI SCANT HOPE FOR KIDNAPED CHILD AS HUNT CONTINUES Armed Florida Posses and VY V 3. i WhO UI let I Mcu JU'l-'JA JW113   tho Horn today. OT 2J5 cases called lor trial hnfore King S. Williamson, were for violations of the city I'.OK license law. Daughter of Huey Long Marries BATON ROUGE. La., June 1 (UP) Rose Lolita Lonp. daughter of the late .senator and Mrs. Rose McConnell Long, tonight became the bride of Dr. Osmyn W. McFar- land at the First Presbyterian church. She was given in marriage by her brother. Russell Long. FK. -.viio niii (UP) O Into nfior rnnTnlnlnc in thft li-iclcrr-cimifl for 72 Imiirs >verc renoifeil In he puosiinninij n fuller nnl snn In omiiipeUon ivll'i nf Hvn-vcar-nM Jimmy jr., Suhtnlny The F. llrnxfnu. r-rrpcn'pr block of I nd (tut of c s u-ilhhi ;i v.ns j.'ck- crowrt of the rhild's home nucl to nf Frilcral Riircaii nf In- PTUNCKTON. Juno 1 (UP) Armrd isolnled Rrnilfirni lio of Fl'irkln 10- nigbl In a drive In fjnd fivc- vc-if-oltl Jimmy tiir Indnnpors iniui-n liim la "'no-its nflor t-cjliccl- A I'onslnnllv MUST "DESKIIT COTTON" 'flic counlv Is Pi-ajhiff for rain, -ut 'on W. O. Alf- whip's iihirn nrar Swift water, there arc eighteen acir.s of rot- look like they'd hml ill the lain tJipy needed. Almost ready to bloom, ilnlk fllr. Ale wine bi'ought tn Die Slar ycstfiduy 2ii Inches talf, despite Urn farl j UK; IK acre tract has had only I "one nice rain" and slit nils auf It'ic an tiails the nd- imnr sl.inds. Th-rft Atv ilso 20 acres or liraiilirul coi-n. Mv. Alcwinc .sityji, that ]nit cotton In tlio Jin.l "lutiks UltR a blarli Uliief reason fiir (Ills lucliy In the jmrched Ip.nds of the county is his negro William IVrry, Xr, Aleuine (liinks. 92 GRADUATED AT BASS JUNIOR HIGH YESTERDAY 'America, Land of the Free1 Is Theme of fhc Ceremonies k Ninl-ty Kvo ynuntf Grcen- villians p-ncUirited from E. E. Ens'! Junior High school at yc.slertlyy morhine on the audi- torium jilaijc. Theme- of- the eighlli annual Bass Djy exer- cise wns "America, Ihe I.add of tho Free-." who attended agreed that the THE WBATIIKR MISS.: I'urtly rloiidy, local IhllMllcrshuwers in Southeast portion Thursday; Friday narlly clmlily. AUK.: Fair Thursday; Friday fair, somewhat warmer. NUMBER 167 A FROfJ UK WOULD I Though Ilils Isn't Calnvr rouiilv anil iitibnily 1ms FVPII .Mm StniJi'j1 around llipso I nnrls. firenovHIc is Rithiff hp scene nf it "jumping frop" Illnmhiy alU-rnoon nl .Mitrr.n in trie ninunt Thou lot, I.i-ster NYlken of The atiil The TMli Star arft simmnting cou- Icst Is slngi'i! in i-on- tiTliun of "Tom MI I'.irammuil .Monday ami Tuesday. fur Ihn hn IH> ni-psonli-d by Air. Ufn. lim'tit s I ITIPI 'I1 ii ni .vonUs; HP mil fit fnmf ;-f llii! llM'rt- l'ir uncl vcM' HIP Di'lin nnl jump anything tiki: Wi-sl DOLE ADDED TO POST NOMINATES OFFICERS TONIGHT Percy Park Warm Springs Merc Hum British spinsters wtru estimntcd to Committee Will Also have flecked to Lcmricn to supjjort Florence While in lier caniimign fur jicnsinns for spinsters when Ihey reach 55 yeiirs (if uue. Ahovu slui examines nlncards cnrrird in a pnrndo lo Uvile 1'arlt, 1 uwinK urk, c'l :iml Iho fringes nf r-ie Kverpl-.dos Flfi'-jdn IJJIMS wilki Ol'ders to "gel tlie rind find the m- i'lh'i'." Fetlernl nircMts were lending Ihn in the liislory nf soutliorn F'ltiriila. K. ______ _ .1: Connelly. ;iro G-Myn whnjjhpt. ______1( June 1 (UP) Tiie Frcncirsecret service, warv "FI'-I 'Tn of becoming involved ill diplomatic difficulties. with 'ordoi-ed thlT'drive 'after the German government, .said lonight it would make uu ef- vjrtuntlv :ili lump jilmnrtnn- fort to arrest Werner George Gudenljerj; for American nil- ed of finding Hie hlue-eyed lil- thorities when he arrives at Cherbourg tomorrow aboard tho German liner Hamburg. Gudcnberg is wanted in the U. S. in connection with a federal investigation of espionage activities. Valencia's First Line of Defense Falls WITH THE NATIONALS, NEAR SARRTON, Spain, June 1 (UP) Nationalist field headquarters reported tonight that the'first line of defenses protecting Loyalist g Valencia had failed to Gen. .Tose Viircla's troops outside "VLucena del'.Cid near the Mediterranean. Varela's army, crossing to Caslellon soil south of Puer- tomihgaloa. midway between Teruel and tho sea, stormed and seized a 10-mile stretch of concrete and underground positions studded with machine-gun pillboxes. GUESS WHO A PAIR OF GUESSES tie boy alovo. Ttio Federal Bureau of Juvt's- who had romnin- rd in tlie background while hope held thai Ihe abductors would return the hoy, nn- cli-i- to suK'i1 Iho nation's fnvonth (.-liild since 1032. M. F. nraxtnn, 5S. a bald, heavy-set earprntrr who lives near Jimmy's pnrents, wns pti'k- rrl nn jipar hinrn- and cnios- 1 ion nil by the federal The G-Mcn covered nil tlicit; in ivenienls with secrecy, IE was reported Hint two mnre persons were being queslLoncd, mul that others were about tn be taken into riiKtody. Connelly, maintain- ing tin; customary silence of Ihc rni in .such cases, refused eith- er tn run firm or deny the re- ports. The kidnaping and manhunt stirred the southern tip of Flor- ida out of its midsummer Iclh- Fishermen in Hnngnrcos cnnr? in off thr keys. Trui-k ami citrus fanners left their fieUl; lo jnin I bo so-arch through the rich redlnnds. The Ku Klux Klan asked its members lo pnrlidpnte. Kvergladw trail finders led scorching parlies litlle known trnrks. American I.ogton. veterans nf Foieifjn Wars, ;mrl .Spanish Arnci'ienn imsK ihi has yet prosenk'd. The Colin wing program was presented; Musk- by Iho Band School led by Eleanor accompanied by Kather- iiic Gahan In vocation---Martha He til ley Remarks by [he C. Our tinder Class by Kath- arine Ctahan, led by Eleanor Helms. Played by KntherEne han Kou r Pillii IK n f Democracy: ;i. Freedom of A. Montgomery b. Freedom of the Emily Buehler c. Religious Freedom Fox Delighted Ai Herty's Cotton wood Newsprint Results BLAZE AT BANK QUICKLY QUENCHED Eye Witness Account Writ- ten by Society Editor's !0-Year-Old Son U. S. Boy And Hitler Admirer Held Byv Czechs CARLSBAD, Czechoslovakia, June I [UP) Miss Unity Vallyrie FYeeman-Mitford. blond English who has been culled "Adolf Hitler's young British and a 22-year- old Chicago student were seized by Czechoslovak authorities to- niKhl on suspicion of espionage. The American youth, William Mueff, described as a residential student from Chicago, immedi- ately appealed to the United States Legation in Prague for aid in ob'taining his release. Mueff and the 24-year-old English girl were amonjj four persons poized. Miss Freeman- MHforii had been in difficulties bcfve. She was beaten by a mob in London's Hyde Park on April 10 when she wore a swastkia presented her by Hitler, to .1 Loyalist Spain mass meeting. The ruiarlo was held under surveillance on suspicion of be- ing "international author- ities announced- Mueff was nrrested a si', lime after he met Miss Mitfoid, daughter of Lord Rcci- esdne who is staunchly pro-Hit- ler and whose father entered the peerage after a distinguished diplomatic career. MYRTIS AND MARY it The winsome little Helms twins who will appear to- night in the revue were the Guess Who doubles yesterday. The first guessers who will sec "This Marriage Business" at the Paramount tonight are: M. Bareett Mm. W. II. Bell Mary Kalherlne Finlay fj O 4 Today's Guess Who is one of those Arkansas citizens who re- formed by coming to Greenville. A Washington avenue merchant who moved in at ii busy cornet- early this year, he sees to it tfiut not to phone your guess before 8 a. m. today, West- ern Union time. This contest is open only to subscribers (o Tho Delta Star or members of Ihfir immc-dlale family. No one per- son may ivln twice in one week.) (Please give yotir suggestions for ''Guess Who" individuals' to be described. We won't ifcrm would Too fiosy'on we it'ill vcni- ually, and mflybe SQCWPT i( Soon extinguished was" :i fhnrtly after one o'clock yesterday afternoon on the roof of the Greenville Bank Trust Company. Firemen IK A f I IV climbed on'.o the roof nnd put I a IIV n I out tlie flaming trash which. as probably ignited by a cigarette tossed from an upper window of the adjacent Weinberg build- ing. Trucks One and Four answer- ed the cnll. Following is the fire story as written by 10-year-old Kichard Kskrigge, son of the Star's Soci- ety Editor. Mrs. Hrodie Crump: By ItU'jrAlin KSKKIOC1E At the bank a little on-? there was a fire. A cigarette from a upper window on lo the Greenville Bank nnd trust company. The fire was not very sirous but it wus a fire just the same. True noumbcr one anil four atoned the fire. Chief of pollre Red Taggart was there I -o. insled of using the the'ladies keep VhelrTeet on'llTe you'lhinic" "And'we'll take the big hose the little one groimd-in style. picture if none is auaiurble.) but it was pleanty powerful. Valencino To Talk At jayce Meeting Tonight if. Sergeant Sam S. Valencino of the Greenville Police de- partment will be tho principal speaker jit tho regular semi- monthly meeting of the .Tunioi t'hiimbor of Commerce at Ho- tel (ireenvi 1 le tonight at o'clock. Mr. Valencino will discuss tho f.y.-itcin of criminal in use in the dopnrlment here, and will speak on the possibility of the creation, of ;i slate bureau of criminal identification. George Ktheridge, jr., chnir- of the statewide Jr.-or Chamber of Commerce comiitc-e seeking to have such a bureau established, invited lo attend the meeting- George Taylor is iri_ oliaVije of the program. U.S. INTERESTS IN CHINA SUFFER ADDITIONAL LOSSES American Vessel and Missions Are Bombed SHANGHAI, Thursday. Juno 2 (UP) American interest-; in China suffered gdditional losses today ns seven Jupnnrsf sti'uelt f iir t her westward along Ihe Lung-Hot railway In their drive on China's prnvLiUinal cap- ital in llnnkuw. An Ainorienii vessel wns pi- rn ted ill tlie month of Iho YanKtse river neur SluuiRhul, more American missionary in- stitutions were bombed by the Japanese ah1 force, nnd Amer- ican trade in large areas of North China was virtually sus- pended because of devastation of Hie countryside by the con- tending Chinese ;md. Japanese forces. The pirated American vessel wns the S, S. Dollar, of the Dol- lar Steamship Lines, which wns RoizciJ while on route to Shang- hai from Iw.vrr gl.se river ports. A of Iho pirates who Imd honrded the sliip disguis- ed fis deck fired pis- tols in Iho air, the crew, rohtjcd 300 pasr.L-ngcrs and stole batjs of rire which were erred li> pirate junks. Ait Indian guard on the ship wns shot in Die urm and .but others on the vessel were nnl banned. The pirates csciipt-d holding the vessel for six houix cluring which they lorct'd Chi- nese members of the ship's crew td assist them in Ira MS f erring Vile stolen rice to niriite junks. The S. S. Dolhir is an oi-easi- poing lender known to American tourists. It formerly was itscd lo transport pers from the Dollar Trans-Pn- cifir lincr.s which anchored ;il the mouth of the i iver up stream to Shanghai but went into the river sci-- vice when trans-Pacific liners stopped calling at Shanghai af- ler the bombinK of the S. S. President Hoover by Chinese war planes Insl year. Smoke fiom new industries for the Mississippi utilization of thousands .of acres of once dc.spised collotiwood limber till these arn disliiict since the complelirm hist week of experiments by Dr. Charles Hb-rty of Savannah, Gn., >V At the regular semi-month- ly nicetinii uf the JJeppo Ar- nold Lfgion Tost loniyhl nt i.fficcis for tlie year intti will noininnteil'. The present of- ficers sin.1. 11 unit Wiley, C'oin- nianclei Hciny Day, Sr. <''jnimi'iulei; Krulv., Junior Vit'fi ('nnimiiiidoi" K. C'. Pope, Vice Cn inn Kinder Avcolu-I lol- l.indale lornlory: M. W. Van Norman, Vice Commander U ashiiiMt'in leciitory; C' M. F'ayne. Vice (.'unnnatuler Win- liMA'ille ScnH lerriiory; I .uynrono. Adjutant: Albert niiim, rhinnrt! H. Miirwick, at Arms; O. Hniilh, C'lCnvge Helms. CHiaphiiii; mcmbcis SEEK EAR-HARKING President Writes Demand for Lone. Free Hand in Spending SENATORS FEAR USE IN REPRISALS Dole Will Be Used for dustrial Unemployables in the Summer WASHINGTON. Juno 1 Tho 'trmlnht jipnrovpd hy voice vnlc on run- rndmrMiE to Mifi bill antn-ncrinliim S2l2.Ono.ODO for pi-ii-f! piirty payments ID whonl. cotton, tobnccn, rice and corn' fanners. MsiinHlv T.-Mdo-' All.en I'-irlUov. D., did nol nppnsG Lirntiusnl. which wns not up, i in ihe Tlonse-annrov- ift] ho i-cilcraled Prnst-   the n romped nno.dOO fund by COO. J.i'tewfce. H nopinvcd :tf- tc-r perfun'ory jnnrndinonl ro iiic-i-onso I nmount nf WPA money Vj'Jhch iho ilivrrl :i "ilole" rn direct relief from, ttio TlouKe-upprnvcd lo huslily withdrew- hi si. Hint Iho Chief Kx'ccu-'. live bn given mibrirllcrt Contest Winners Leave For Coast A crowd of approximnlcly 100 well-wishers v.'f.re nt the Y. t M. V. depot last nis'it to bid good-bye to Mrs. Joe T.oy.i- cono and Miss DaVera Schwartz, winners in Uie recent Greenville Included in the crowd was Chairman Bradley of Ihe tees' Campaign Committee. Ire two winners are making n lr'P lo Hollywood. were disclosed before the .South- ern Newspaper Publishers' As- sociation Convention al Kdtjowu- lor Park Tuesday. n A. Kox, Washillgloil C'ounly C'hLimber of ConunrrcL' who ftisl interested Dr. llei-ty in Ihe posslbilily oi1 ciil- lonwood as a basic material for the manufacture of ]iaper, yes- lerday ssikl that the discovery "is frauulit with MIL' greatest possibilities Green- ville nnd the Delta. We grow cotliiiiwocit] iti abundance he said. "As a mailer of fact, there are prob- ably a thousand square miles oC eoltonwoocl trees now jjrowing in the strips of land between Ihe levees, extending 50 nortli and south of Creetiville." Mr. Fox sees Greenville as thr logical center for paper mann- faclurintl industry, pointing out that Ihc river would piovide chenp transportation facililies. and tliiit there is an ;ulcquatL- supply uf coltoiiwood trees with- in the Greenville aica. Rail fac- ilities are also r.ViulabU- for ship- ninK the finished out. "Thin is our newest Dr. Herty (old Ihe publishers. "Wo made excellent siiinpUs ot from of coltun- wood furnished hy the lon Counly CI-amber ot t.'rrn- incrce, usinfi 20 pei cent junt1 and HO per cent mtlnnwoutl. "The importrinco to all is that it inlo the field manu- of rii'wspjint in Ihn Sunlh a lirt-al niass of limber v.'hich pvarticnlly no maikei at the si-nl time." Dr. Ilcity said Much of. our newsprint K at prc.ii-nt imported from abrond. The will nnl stnp with the successful tlevulopnu'iit of a process v.'hh-h i-f'- ttiiuvoocl, Di. Horiy >s :dj--o experimenting wilh willov.--.. which nlso in jibiiiicirimv anrl with rapithly iilnn.'j the mar.-ihy lowlands bi'twrm the levees. Mr. Fox s.ml l.tsi Hint Iwo more confs of freshly cul willow will be ship- ped loduy lo the rir-rly hbma- lory. at Dr. Herly's rrtjucst. TliM shipmenl, alonj; with Hie ollieis. is being made without charge by Ihe Y. and M. V. and Illinois Centra! whose official; have been intensely In the sinrc its inception. Should Dr. Herty's experi- with coltonwood and wil- prove commercially pi.iclic- nble. as appcnrs probable, ulih- ?ntion of these now unused lands bear another great boi.n, in addition to opening up anoth- er big industry for this set-lion nf the country. Hy adrling tn the tax rolls many thousands or acres now contributing little or nothing to the revenue of committees, inrludii on "Warm in Mississiiipi at T.eroy Percy will he Matli'is perlainini' to delegates, C'lr., iJi eonnecli'tn wilh attendance In Ihe Stale l.ej'iim Ciinvcnlimi in Gnlfpori un .fuly will be dir-i-nsscil. (.'ntnmaTulei1 urKes llinl l-ffiiuTi memher.s he on hand ill in order llial nrgc'iil matters may lie dis- pos.-d of as as possible. CZECH OFFICER 2 Little Nation Plans Strong- er Army in Face of German Anger it PIIAGUK. June 1 (UP) Ru- dolf Boirhyno. deputy pre- mier, announced tonight Czecli- Dslovnkht iniiy iiu'rensn Ihi- tenn of fonipulsm-y military .service t'i llin-e to provide n stronger ai my fm1 protection of frontiers. lic-rliyin-'s uniuinncciTiL-nl nude nt :i meeliny of Ins own sn- Democratic purly ;is Ihe (iei man shootiiu; of lwo Sudeten Germans by n non-coinmissionc'tl officer in frontier town of on ;i "di-liberate ou1 hy "iirovocatiiHi p.itrols." nod a of riH-koning is coining; for attack nn any of Czecho- slovakia's 3.AOO.OOrj Sudeten Clt-i-- over whom Fuehrer Adolf CtnititiHt'il en I'atii' Child Victim Of Attack Will Live To Testify SANDY SPRINGS. Mel.. .Tune I (UP) Slim, dark-eyed Ella May Cnleman. 12, probably live to testify against .fames A. Tinner, 25-year-old police said today had confessed he altacked arid ravished the school girl and then left her for dead in a clump nf bushes. As authorities filed charges of rape againsl the negro nnd rush- ed him lo a Baltimore. Md., jail lo prevent violence nl the hancU of angry to'.vnsfolk. physicians said the lillle victim slight- ly improved. She is suffering from a fraclured skull and mul- tiple bruises and cuts. Early today the child srjuint- Ihickly-populalijd dnstrial renters who will hoi cared by U PA prujecls. Tlie farm parilv iiiuendment xvns tiffpied by Hen. .Hichard; On., and was ndopt-, ial by vtiii-o vote. Payments will-. be made only lo wheat, cotton, earn, i ifC and lobai-cv The objective of the proposal -is to give farmers income comparable to thai which (hey reo'ived under prices in the 190U-1-1 period. AlUiough administration did not oppose.- Hie amendment, ttarkley rcilc-" rated tl'.- wnrninfis of President KoweveH that new taxes would have to be imposed finance the program. Whi-n the senate recessed nl p. m. all of the committee- MirnrliYKMils had been disposed of and there remained only set-- tlemenl of the .MIC embracing loans ond grants for municipal pnwor jr-els before debate on "ear- mailiing" began. lm- pinlaiu action talien on the i.in-r today iucluded: Adoption' of nn amendment (orniu-l W3JA pay the simie minimum w.igc; lo lolief wor'i- or< as industry would con- [i, to tr. piivat" omnloy :s under rsi- I'V C'ongi't'-s. Thi< al d [i-alcd in tb'' Hnose. thr v quest of leaders, but wa-v opp.--.od in tii'.- Sf i- ate. stale Ihe taxing base woulfl be ed through eyes nearly closed broadened, and a portion of Ihe lax load taken from the Missis- by Ihe brulal beating and iden- lified Turner as the attacker. s'ippi 'Delia's cultivable land, The negro was trapped in his which now provides a high per- centage of Ihe taxes of Ihe lire slate. home near Middlebrook at 1 m. Bloodstained clothing was found in tne house, police snid. STONKVILI.K. .finie roll Comity, the eastern lion of the Delia. Inday ai nour.ccd Ihe eleclion of .f. II. Williams and W. C. N'eil! as members of Ihe IX'Ha Cuunril board of   clccl its Council and directors, John Pcltey, Greenwood, Chair- man of Ihe Delia organization campaign stated. W. C. Neill. prominent bank- er, lawyer and planter of Car- rollton directed the organiza- tion of Ihe Carroll County Council as an affilialed branch ot Ihe Delta Council. Since only one fifth of Ihis counly has flat Delta land, it was decided to combine community and counly Council thore Inlo body. The membei-s of the Carroll Counly Council so determined are J. B. Williams, B. H. Me- Carly. W. C. Neill, Pat Hemp- hill and Ur. Edgar Giles.   

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