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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - August 24, 1936, Blytheville, Arkansas Blytheville courier news uhe dominant newspaper of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri vol. Xxxiii a no. 136 Blytheville courier Blytheville daily news Blytheville Herald Mississippi Valley Leader Blytheville Arkansas. Monday. M of St 21. 1936 single copies five cents youth found brutally beaten try held Ila on shipment of 9 mum Entomol a <1 miners Clienter death of Lyril Hitler replies to neutrality plea with direct and emphatic action. Cir Light United press Beri in aug >4 i up i the government notified France today that it had ordered an embargo on Ann to Spain effective at one thus Adolf Hitler replied by direct action to of Ranee a plea Tor neutrality in the rebellion. Fears that Germany would seek to cause further complications in the diplomatic crisis caused by the revolt were tempered even before by the official admiralty announcement that Tho Cruiser Koeln Ai 0 t he torpedo Bot i Steadler and the Albatross Jill Spanish Waters had left for Hun relieved by the Cruiser Leipzig and Hie torpedo boats aug Auer and Wolf. 7 reported taking arms Cardol Cain predicted a liners will hav it for clo i Hail isl i hate. In More 1935 to Anta a. Aug. 14 ii i in cent n Farmers May Jingle a a it co Oil More in the ii pc wet year than they did in bad pickers had is iut in at month they plucking the a goo i Lea Heil work stun i the while Gold Russia vigils agreement Moscow aug. 24 up Russia joined wholeheartedly in the move for non intervention in Spain today when Maxim Litvinow. Soviet commissar. And clean Apayart French charge do affaires signed a joint agreement prohibiting Export of War materials to Spain or its possessions effective when Germany Portugal and Italy agree similarly. Afar continues i in pc Trail Cal Spain a civil War continued today with the unrestrained savagery Wolf h Lins shocked to ,. World and there were no signs of anything but a Long drawn struggle which ii it continues into the Winter will result in the. Loss of countless More thousands i of lives Athi or ppm it its Tion of property. It is War to tile de Atli with each Sid it inflamed by hate determined never to give in. On the one Hail i Are tile rebels is n-1 sisting of the conservative Cie-1 ment. Fascists monarchists clergy and men of property. On tile Ether is the liberals and Radical government supported the workers socialists communist. And anarchists. Tile rebels want a reactionary. Fascist government. The loyalists a left Wing socialistic coalition of All Liberal Compromise seems a weighing of claims of tile two by More authentic led through the Border and other indicated almost a a cup of Coffee in each hand a w. Tomb ment is shown at the rigid a lied it Aimer Sexton one of the lessees of really through ton. Of Rock Aud dirt. From the Mccann saved from a Gas filled Coal mine after 72 hours envoys taken to a Moberly. Mo., Hospital. Rescued with him was the mine. Their two companions died As Rescue Crews dug to ran at the left rescuers Are shown As they took one of the men underground Trail to the surface. Elements. No i possible. Tile conflicting sides balanced reports smug censorship by i j St Meniate to -1 Day. The sixth week of the War apparent gains by the rebels in the and West prepare Atory loan attempt to smash Munich to Madrid were balanced by loyalist strength a i the North West in the Guadarrama passes North of the capital and in Nick a my a Strong showing in the Bay of Biscay Region. Tile International situation had brightened perceptibly and the Powers seemed Well in their Way to an under funding to keep out j of it and not let Hie Spanish situation involve eurus a in a War. Closing Stock prices Roosevelt Ihm spew of Toor friends indicate president May deliver address on Droulia Lour. Washing i Oil. Ault a Tut president Roosevelt probably will make one major address on ins Western drouth inspection tour close friends said today indicating the speech will be delivered either at Des Moines or Indianapolis. Or. Roosevelt will be in d a Moines september i and will Confer there in drouth Region problems with his Republican opponent gov. Alf m Lindon of Kansas and three other Midwest governors. After the los Moines conference or. Roosevelt will go t it Indianapolis where he meets four More governors for a discussion of problems in their states. The subject of or. Roosevelt s projected address was not revealed. However he Lias said that he does not consider ins drouth inspection tour to be political and that lie plans no a a political speeches Quot until october. Or. Rec it be veil returned to tilt White House today after a 12-Day i sen cart from Washington during which he toured the East i in flood area and spent Seine time at the summer White House at Hyde Park. N y infantile paralysis at Steele infantile paralysis one of Hie 1 most dreaded of diseases Lias appeared in two or More communities near Blytheville lately. There j is m. Case at armoured eight in St a Case at Steele 12 North and several possible not positively diagnosed As also at Steele while it is pair fatally York aug. 24 up a shrank on the Stock sex in seeks and in Bonds while prices were Hun were led Down by wheat lost 2 cents a Bushel cot commodities moved new volume change today ii Ains which ten and other narrowly. A. T. And to. Anaconda Copper Beth. Steel. Chrysler. Cities service. Coca cola. Gen. Am. Tank Gen. Electric. Gen. Motors. Int. Harvester. Mckesson Robbins Montgomery Ward n. Y. Central. Packard. To 1-2 Phillips pet. Radio. To St. . Of. Simmons bed a Standard of n. J. Texas co. U. S. Steel. Zuni in. Chicago wheat open High Low Clos sep 112 the 112 1-2 110 3-4 lit 3-4 dec in 5-8 ill 7-8 do 1-4 to 1-81 Chicago Corn open High Low close Bep i 1-4 j12 1-8 to 1-2 111 dec 97 97 1-4 98 1-4 98 1-4 172 38 62 1-4 111 3-4 4 1-4 Ila 3-4 55 1-2 46 1-8 65 3-4 76 1-4 to 44 1-2 40 3-4 to 1-2 41 3-4 to 1-2 2 36 1-4 62 5-8 38 1-8 67 0 co Futrell still undecided on special session Call Little hot k. Aug. 24 up gov. J m. Put Rell again postponed his decision today on it he her to Call a special session of tin general Assembly. The session which would of civil Hal to appropriate Nancy for old age pensions was suggested by the governor last week and he received the approval of a majority of the legislators. New York Cotton new cot ton get dec Jan a rep May july spots York. Ane. Closed steady pen i 1155 1158 1158 1170 1108 Hoo closed at 24 up la 1155 1158 i too 1170 Hoh 1162 1185, Low 1140 1143 1148 uss 1153 1151 off Dos Quot 1140 1144 1148 1153 1153 1151 la. New Orleans Cotton new Ori eans aug 24 up 1 alter a steady opening on Good cables the Cotton futures Market eased off today under hedged Selling. Scattered showers in Oklahoma and unfavourable opinion f the european political situation. The close w As 2 to to Points Miles Miles cases 1 such also reported there is a Case at Yar Bro but no official confirmation of the Yarbro Case has been obtained. Anna Ridenour 15, of Armorel is much unproved after having been ill for a week but Lier right leg is totally paralysed and her left leg partially affected. The disease was diagnosed As infantile paralysis by or. A m. Washburn county health unit director Friday afternoon. Tills is the Only Case reported a to his office it is rumoured there is a Case near Yarbro but no details have been Learned. At Steele. Jerry Hamra six year old son of Sam Hamra has been ill for eight Days. He was taken to or. Rosamond a clinic at Memphis where his illness was diagnosed As infantile partly i is and lie was returned to his Home Friday. His right leg is paralysed. It Ila not been decided whether of not Gene Mcclure Young daughter of or. And mrs. John Mcclure of Steele and a Small daughter of mrs. Inez Lipscomb also of Steele have the disease. Both Are ill and the symptoms Are t Biose of infantile paralysis physicians say. Dorris Zohner who was sent Home from school at Steele several Days ago when it was believed she had tile disease is ill from malaria it Lias been announced. The Steele school will continue school officials said today unless conditions later justify suspension. New heart surgery believed to be near London up tile possibility of a new surgical operation a vol in the repair of the heart is discussed in the annual report of the to jail College of sulfa Ais. The opt ration is designed to n Mcdoy conditions in Winch the heart Muscles Are atrophied. It involves a delicate Quot grail my technique the aim of which is to provide in alternative path of circulation through the heart. Manila and b o w in a ii youths killed i to others Are injured two men were fatally injured. Another seriously and a fourth was slightly Hurt when a car and a truck trailer collided saturday night on tin Jonesboro a Lake City Highway near Jones Boro. A i Harmon or. 20 of Manila Driver of Hie car. Died sunday morning at a Jonesboro Hospital his father a. Let. Harmon sr., also of Manila is seriously Hurt Earl Hawkins 20, of Bowman died saturday night of internal injuries Thomas Irwin 22. Of a Ester was slightly injured a number of others received minor hurts. The two Harmons and Hawkins were in the car and Irwin and several others were in the trailer. Funeral services were held yesterday at Bowman for Hawkins who is survived by his parents or. And mrs Lewis Hawkins a brother and a sister. Funeral services were held at Manila today for Young Harmon. Trim tilt vast Fields. F or tin estimate crop of 12,481.000 Bale it present Market prices will bring about $625,000,000 approximately $30,000,000 Mort than tin j 593,677 too that the 1935 Cotton crop brought last seasons crop was 10.638,000 Bales this will add to the Cotton Bel i Arm purchasing Power w hich a increased substantially above tilt dark depression Days of 1932 when in White Staple brought Only $424,606,000 at the Price average it 6.52 cents a Pound for tin year. Quot increases in manufacturing activity and Industrial payrolls have stimulated Cotton consumption in Ila United states during 1935-30 and these together with the sub is mind increase in Export and the record level of world con Mim put n of All Cotton Are doubtless the brightest features in tin situation at Home and the department of agriculture a Bureau of economics summed a the situation As the 1930-37 Cotton picking season opened the drouth invasion of Oklahoma and sections of Arkansas Texas. Tennessee and Mississippi this month May result in the department s estimate next month being slightly lower. At Leas Trade and private estimates show u reduction is possible. Elsi with 30 carloads totalling 1440 tons of War munitions reported Enro Ute to Vera Cruz i rom Mexico Cliv Tor its cargo on the return trip to Spain Ute liner Magai Lunes above confiscated by the Spanish government became a menace to the Pence of Europe since the shipment of arms threatened the european neutrality pact Iii bodies of five removed from Shaft 200-feet below surface. Wilkes Upit the were below fellow Mont than Gus tix gives 300-gallon i Railer officers. Tank in Huck discovered Gay Barre. A aug 24 bodies of five miners found in a Shaft 200 feet tin surface today after workers dug through Earth and timbering for Mort four hours to reach them. Authorities did not Dele mine immediately whether the explosion which trapped the men Iii the Sullivan Trail Coal company s West Pittston mine was caused by dynamite or Gas. Rescue squads from nearby mines had hurried to the scene they worked in relays. A collapse Al Shaft Timber Root hampered them for a time and it was not until i 30 p m it i 8. T it that mine inspector fun Ward Curtis sent word to the that they Bud found the surface men All were dead he said livestock 24 lower. Open High Low close oct 1145 1147 1134 1134 dec 1149 1150 1137 1137 Jan 1150 1150 1138 1138 March 1158 1160 1147 1147 May 1153 1158 1147 1147 july 1145 1145 1145 1142b spots to. Closed quiet at 1170, off East it. Louis. Aug up hogs receipts 9,500. Top 11 75. 17c-230 lbs., 11 50-11 65. 140-160 lbs. 9 75-10.50 bulk sows 9.00-975. Wattle receipts. 6.500. Steers 7 65-8.65. Slaughter steers. 4 75-9 50. Mixed yearlings and heifers 5.50-8 85. Slaughter heifers 4.50-900. Beef cows 3 75-4 75, i cutters and Low cutters �?T275-13 50. Joe Owens and Herman Temple Driver and assistant Driver of a truck and trailer operated by tile Chambers stove company of Shelbyville id. Were fined $75 each in municipal court this morning on charges of Gas tax evasion. State Revenue agents who a i rested Hie pair when they were stopped at the departments per j nut station at the Arkansas mis a Souri state line on Highway 61, said that they found a 300-gallon, concealed tank on the trailer fluid with gasoline. Under state Laws hucks Are not allowed to bring More than 20 Gallons of Gas into the state tax free. The truck stopped was Enro Ute to Texas with a shipment of goods. Andrew Wigfall negro was fined Hoo on a charge of assault and Battery. Ellis Wyoming was fined $25 and sentenced to to Days in jail for Petit larceny. Dick Shipp was a oed $13 for operating a car without a License. The following were fined $10 each for Public drunkenness Lloyd Paisley. Usrey Williams Edward Stark George pail re and George Duncan. Forfeitures were ordered when defendants failed to appear to answer Public drunkenness charges. They were l. R limbs fan Nie Lee Elmer Chenoweth de White Snooks Snyder j. E Mcbridge and j. If Puckett Safe of Wood to withstand fire is built fire Bug is still Active in Memphis Memphis aug 24 up police today enlisted tin Aidel newspapers and radios and mule a very citizen a Quot detective Quot in a a determined Effort to catch a maniacal tire Bug who has created near panic by firing seven Homes in the past two weeks. Acting Mayer and police commissioner Cliff Davis today culled a meeting of police Heads state fire officials and interested insurance men to discuss new plans to catch tin fire Bug alter he seventh Home was tired yesterday afternoon the Home was that of the Rev. Alfred Loaring clerk widely known Episcopalian minister who with his family was away from Home at the time the fire started in the ministers study where the fire Bug piled valuable theological books and manuscripts to make the fire Burn taster. Father Ano son Are hit by car claim hit run Motorist strut k tilt Mil on flood Way Bridge sunday. Manila. Ark Bill Carter 45. And hts son. Woodrow. 14, of the i i it i River Community received medical treatment Here yesterday alter they were struck by it hit and run Motorist Early Iii tin Moi Ding. The Accident occurred on u flood Way Bridge eight Miles South of Manila or. Cutter suffered a crushed Chest. His son was lacerated about the Back and Side both Art expected to recover. Child 3, Safe after 3-mile float in ditch at graveside a auses a t forefathers Graves while Enro Ute to new York. Conneautville a. Aug. 24 up governor Alfred m Bandon paused in this Village to visit the Graves or his forefathers today while Enro Ute to new York where he will carry his Republican Campaign for the White House into the Home state of president Roosevelt. The Republican candidate will speak tonight at Chat qua n y. At 8 Eastern Daylight time. His air cooled special train rolled through cheering crowds today from Newcastle a. Which was tin Headquarters for a week end Stopover in which the governor opened his Campaign at hts Village Birthplace West Middlesex. Shooting near London Conneautville aug. 24 Ufa to a state police Corporal three shots today at a suspected pickpocket just As governor Alfred a Lindon was finishing a Short talk to a crowd on main Street before leaving for Erie a governor Landen who was approximately 300 feet from the trooper appeared not to notice the incident. He kept on talking. None was injured by the Volley and tile Trottier arrested the suspect and held him in the main Street until other troopers came to ins Ald. The suspect was Thomas Delmonico 26, who gave Philadelphia us Libs address. Lilt by own drive of Ean. N y up mrs cd t w. Hendrix suffered a deep Cut Over her left Eye when struck by a Golf Ball her own. Her drive bounced Back off a tree. May be China a envoy to u. S. Corvallis Ore up prof. T. J. Starker professor of forestry at Oregon state College has built u wooden Safe for lire Protection. The professor Isnit kidding he worked on tin theory thut Ute average Home or Small office does no to need a Safe that will stand the a fire that would destroy a build feet ing. Since tires rarely Burn in re than an hour before being extinguished. His wooden Safe affords More Protection than an Ordinary Metal filing Cabinet which transmits heat readily and is no Protection at All even against a Uriel enveloping fire. Starker believes he found thut a Blowtorch directed against a two Inch Plank would not Burn through in half an hour and in that time the opposite Side of tile Plank was Only moderately warm following this Lead starker built has Cabinet of two Inch planking. He believes ids valuables have reasonable Protection Rocky Ford col. Up a this town s no. I Miracle for this year was contributed by Marilla Joan Harrison. 3, who fell into an irrigation ditch floated three Miles downstream and still lives. The Little girl was playing near ditch which was carrying five of water when she fell in. Rile soon was missed and searching parties failed to find any truce of her. When a search of tin ditch failed to disclose her body a wire netting was stretched across Hie Stream at a Bridge three Miles below where she tumbled into the ditch. About three and one half hours after the girl disappeared she lodged against the net and was taken out of the water alive. She was revived and laughing in a Short time. When discovered she was floating on her Back with her eyes wide open. Call Star Gazer Ranft Vancisco Cal. Up a ducks his relatives Fong shul Loui one of the last Amery wis up a deserting of the famous chinese astrologers his wild flock for peaceful family i after studying tile stars picked life on South twin Lake near 12 15 o clock sunday August 16, Here a Mallard Drake a a David Hie children Call him has become so tuna during fell domestication that he will eat Corn out of anybody a Ila Tai. As the most favourable time Tor the hop sings of san Francisco a Chinatown to begin the construction of a new four Story building. Or. C. T. Wang above formerly China s foreign minister and now a member of flu nationalist Kuomintang party a powerful executive committee is reported to be the Choice for chinese ambassador to tile United states. Ile would succeed or. Alfred Sze whose resignation is expected. This picture of Wang was made during his visit to America this year. He is a Yale University graduate. 16-year-old Clear Lake youth found at Walker s Sawmill yesterday. Three youths were being ques the used by sheriff s deputies at the county j j ii Here today in con net lion with an attack on War run rambo 16-year-old Clear i Ake boy who was found Brut Nelly beaten at walkers Sawmill ens of Blytheville Early sunday morning rambo was still unconscious today his condition was regarded As very serious. He is suffering from concussion and a Skull fracture apparently caused by a blow with a Blunt instrument. The youths held Are Grady Maxwell Elwood Johnson and Albert Gelsler All arc under �?~21 years of age fiddle b. David Deputy sheriff who conducted a questioning of tin Trio said that All three admitted having been with rambo saturday night apparently on a drinking spree but that each of the youths claimed he left the others with rambo and knew nothing of any fight or trouble. I heir stories conflicted in other details David said. Young rambo was found by the Sawmill owner who called Arch Lindsey a Deputy sheriff. The latter brought tin j unconscious youth Here and he was later admitted to the Blytheville Hospital physicians described his condition us serious. Mississippi River at lowest ebb in la years Memphis. Aug 24 up a the Mississippi River today was at the lowest ebb Here in la years due to drouth conditions during the Spring and summer. The gauge showed one tenth oct above the Zero level a fall of four tenths foot in 24 hours to the lowest Mark since september 15, 1925 alien the River fell to six tenths below the Zero gauge. Transient loses arms legs in catching ride Wynne Ark. Aug. 24 up a n t. Mitchell. 18, transient from slab Fork West a suffered less of both legs and arms today when in Well under a freight train he was attempting to catch at a crossing Here. Ile w As rushed to a Memphis Hospital where his condition was reported us critical. Desert munitions ship at Vera Cruz docks v flit a Cruz Mexico aug. 24 a up a the Steamer Magalia a loaded with 9<x> oils of War materials for Spain and ready to sail was held in port today by the desertion of i it of the Crew. Part of the Crew in sympathy with tile Spanish rebels refused to sail because in War materials Are designed for the loyalists. Others feared that the ship would be sunk by rebel warships or planes. The cargo included an estimated 50,000 rifles 5,000,000 rounds of ammunition and a Large Quantity of hand grenades. Nine year old girl anxious to have Home a pretty Little nine year old girl who is very anxious to go to school wants a Home. The dark haired child who is said to a very intelligent is at the Home of mrs. John Long 421 s. Second Street a Hicks i it flippers Sheridan to. Up Worth county Farmers could t eradicate Grasshoppers so they started catching them grinding them up and feeding them to chickens. The chickens Are thriving on the diet. Weather Arkansas generally fair tonight and tuesday. Memphis and Vicinity unsettled mostly Cloudy tonight and tuesday possibly local Shower tuesday. Not much change in it my erasure the maximum temperature Here yesterday was 96, minimum 74, Clear according to Samuel of Norris official weather observer

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