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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 7, 1936, Blytheville, Arkansas Blytheville courier news vol Xxxiii no. 05 Blytheville courier Blytheville Benld the dominant newspaper of North East air a mbah and Houth East Mih Boukal , Arkansas to la Kasday july 7, i a Jim Blytheville Dally Newt Mimi Lippl Valley Leader sin Elf co in is five cent drouth spreads disaster in mid West Danzig defies Powers cuts league ties set is Sesi is step toward hand of Hitler behind Der la t a 11011 Almira i my War settlement Danzig july 7 up Danzig announced officially today its eve France of relations with lie league of nations which has been Luminal guardian of the free City since it was separated from Germany at tile end of Hie world War. Ii was announced that the Senate of the free City and Al her Public official henceforth ignore scan i Ester of the free state who is league commissioner Here and have no official dealings him. Tile nazi movement for reunion with Germany thus was emphasized. Has hitlers support Germany stands behind Danzig a determination to end league of nations control Arthur Gre scr National socialist president of the Danzig Senate announced today. Returning from Berlin where he went after a defiant table thumping speech at Geneva last week. Greiser was greeted enthusiastically by several thousand at the local railway station. In his speech at Geneva Greiser demanded that the league recall Pean Lester of the Irish free site league High _ commissioner i to the free City. Amidst continuing tension Here polish sources insisted the Warsaw government would not surrender its treaty rights in Danzig nor would it accept a nazi occupation. Polish legions could occupy the City within six hours and combat any National socialist attempt to terminate Danzig free City status it was pointed out. Britain alarmed i Ondon a barrage of eyes tons in commons and Whitehall s grave View of the Danzig situation Gaye evidence tonight of Britain a growing concern Over Cojei Many. Questioners who wanted u about Danzig Drew Little i Lien except a reference to was said at Hie i eague of Lions Council session. Informed sources plainly were anxious of a the outburst at Geneva by or Arthur Karl Greiser nazi president of the free City a Senate. The Gravity with which officials viewed Greiser a demand Lor of league Danzig debased on the in a he spoke on ins True higher authorities in Germany in route was considered Signi u revision Jar Ion. Was lion that from his halt to Geneva truant Eden said that he was ending in Quot Friendly co operation with Poland Quot in connection with Danzig affairs. New York Cotton new Goth to York july 7 up closed very steady. Open Low e Lese july 1260 1260 i 125 Oft 1187 i 188 ubi 1187 dec 1191 1191 1182 1185 Jan 1192 1192 1183 1185 March 1195 1195 1182 dub May 1196 1196 1183 1188 spots closed steady at 1269, up 7 new Orleans Cotton new Orleans july 7 cup Cotton eased ult in late trading and closed irregularly one Point higher to five lower. A realizing movement began on reports that the government pm Xii was Selling heavily in october futures. Open High Low close 1260 1260 1247 1247 1183 1183 1177 �?T179 1186 1186 1176 1178 1184 1184 1178 1178 1188 1191 1173 1182 1191 1191 1178 1183 dosed steady at 1270, up i july Ort Der jail March May a pot Chicago wheat open till Low close july 1103-8 do 1 8 104 7-8 to 6-8 per Jtj feb do v 2 104 7-8 106 3-4 Chicago i Orn Kilt or Ltd a in aug i n kit millage hint nationals win from americans Naik Nal league Park Boston Fly 7 up lh1 National i a in ended the american i ayin s supremacy in the fourth All Star game today battling to a 4 to 3 Triumph in a nip Aid Turk struggle before a crowd estimate. I i 30.000. Hie american league siege gins which had blasted National i Rupee pitching for three straight triumphs were silenced today by dizzy l. An. Carl Hubbell and Ion Jurneke the Amia icon league made one Brief As Auh driving Curt Davis. Cub a sinker balls a Star to tour with a three run rally Iii the seventh ii Harry Thomas Thompson top photo former u. S. Navy Yoeman who was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment upon his conviction of conspiracy to sell secret Navy information to an agent of the japanese government. Questioned Iii tile ease was Janet Olio Center picture. Japanese girl employed at a san Pedro cal., crate where Thompson ate. A tip that Toshio Miyazaki japanese naval officer left below had bought naval secrets from Thompson was Given by Willard Turrentine right below former Roommate of the convicted spy. Pneumonia claims life of Leo a a pop Alverdo Helena Ark funeral services were held Here monday afternoon for Leo a a pop Alverdo 52, who died sunday in the local Hospital following an illness it of eight Day la succumbed to an attack of pneumonia following an operation for appendicitis. Who was born in had been a realtor the past four moved Here from lived at Jonesboro years. He receive of a a pop due to his friendliness with children to whom he daily passed out Popcorn Horn his stand opposite a ilk theater. He leaves his widow and daughter Mary Louise Alverdo. Security Pei asks Kansas legislature to draft authorization for state cooperation Topeka run july 7 up gov. Alf m Bandon today asked a special session of the Kansas legislature to draft a social be Runty axons Tttus tonal amendment that would enable the state to participate in Federal Aid plans of i either a democratic or Republican administration. Lithe governor suggested the As i Sumbu confine itself to drawing up Quot merely a Grant of under provisions of the Kansas Constitution tin care of aged indigent or handicapped persons now rests upon the counties. The Republican presidential nominee called Hie attention of the lawmakers to a the tact that the platform of the Republican party at its National convention provide for a plan of social be i Unity different from the social Carnif act adopted by Ile added a i do not deem this a fitting time to enter into a discussion of tin relative merits of the present act and the proposals set out in the Republican Bandon asked indirectly an amendment which virtually would Divide state and local Respo Sibili j t in the care of the unfortunate. Die session was called so that Nitte Linen for submitting the i amendment to the people could be started. Closing stink prices new York july 7 cur the Stock Market followed the course of grains today in inverse order declining when cereals made new seasonal highs on drouth news and rallying late in the Day when profit taking brought wheat to a net Lyss on the Day. Traders sold farm shares Early in the Day until Case lost seven Points from tin previous close it rallied substantially. The steel labor Situ Atlon was still a big Factor and it accounted for another Selling drive against the steel shares in tile it alliances will replace league collapse of peace machinery seen in Liftin a of sanctions London july 7 up it a a army of salesmen scurried to Italy today and Europe hastened head Long toward a new epoch of Mili Ary alliances. These were the first results of the league of nations abandonment it Ethiopia As manifested in decision to lilt anti italian economic sanctions effective july 15. Diplomatic quarters believed i hut when the league is reformed by the sep Ember Assembly it will be transformed into a screen for new military alliances. They feared that new regional pacts negotiated ostensibly to supplement the league covenant would ill practice replace it seek to regain markets commercial circles were us t Crest cd As t he diplomats in league Assembly s death blow sanctions. Salesmen heading for Italy were engaged in a mad scramble for orders. The business houses of 18 european function is Natl o n s launched a fight Tor lost markets in Ett Orts to recoup combined losses estimated at 5,000,000,000 lire since sanctions were imposed last october. Great stocks of accumulated goods piled High in freight Sheds on the French Frontier will be released next week already special freight trains have been ordered to Rush across the Frontier with loads of minerals steel Cotton waste chemicals and drugs goods sorely needed by Italy. Bion to ease Ethiopia oui in the process of formation at Geneva was a Lea pie group to consider a possible basis for jul radically eliminating the membership ii it pet inner meeting set by. It i Mer emperor of Ethiopia the fled and left Geneva. Has Rassa and Ras , two of ids generals waved Tare Well they were left behind to represent him before the league members of Halle be Lussier sen to Arage said he was Quot a Sil k Man affected physically by the Sham of the last few weeks Quot mom Paris he will go to Guidon to spend some weeks on the English is recast under the care of physician candidates will draw for ballot positions candidates for the democratic nomination for county ult ices and township off ices in tin Chicka Albu District of tit county will draw for positions on the primary ballot at the county clerk s of lice Here Friday morning it it of clock it was announced today. The drawings will be held by ult trials of the democratic Cental committee of tile county wow a hoppers Unal lied i. S. Lorn Freedom of seas briton says doctrine May Lead America into next great wag Cha re cites v Ilieva july 7 up americans traditional policy of Freedom of the St As will i the danger Point in Hie event of general european War i h w airily British hanker a nil the University it Vuk a his Institute Iii Public affairs today it was Freedom of the seas that Drew the United states into the world War and not a desire to preserve democracy Altos said. Adding Quot you beheld Hie rape of Heigh Iii without lifting a bund you saw France Overn ii great Britain beaten almost to her Knees j bul you pointed to your doctrines and shibboleths and maintained your attitude it almost cynical Raissez turn Quot it was not until the Lusitania was sunk Almy continued that America s Quot Simiet Tate Intel Tsu a were threatened sufficient in to cause entry into the War Quot and that Facto Quot he mild Quot will be present in the next War and in every it Ethiopia St Belore of the Haile t it my the Asse Lassie Defeated on the Batule diplomatic flout this Small Section of Cornfield with stalks stripped or entirely destroyed reveals it u glance the Story of tragic ruin a Ustav Mulllins visited upon the Cornfields of the Dakotas Nebraska Kansas and Oklahoma by the Grasshopper Scourge in the picture above one Row Bud been almost entirely denuded of stalks it id the Low it the right Law was ravaged by the hits at a tune when Tanner already were facing poverty with cattle starving mid Fields burned out in Hie great spreading Northwest drouth the Grasshopper plague was in unum ally bolter calamity. Hint aide will succeed Farley motors lost dined. They however. Their snap rallied from and de the Low or. Alverdo parts France Dent of Helena years having Paragould. He Tor a number of de his sobriquet ii open july to 1-8 Cep 79 1-8 High 80 1-8 79 1-8 Low 78 76 close 78 3-4 77 3-4 Bell rings in Walls rat innocent offender Raleigh n. C it up a Raleigh Man who tied a Bell to a rat he had caught in a trap and turned it Louse wit ii the idea of frightening away other Tats Suc a coded Only in keeping his neighbors awake said George b. Lay of the United states biological Survey. Reports came in that irate householders could not sleep because a mysterious Bell kept ringing in the Walls attics Ami basement. One person reported hearing the belled rat a mile away from where it was turned Loose. A t and t166 1-2 Anaconda Copper. O 3-8 Bethlehem steel. 47 Chrysler. 111 cities service. I 1-2 general american tank 48 1-2 general electric. 37 5 8 general motors. It 3 8 International Harvester 79 7-8 i reason re chills. 8 7-8 Ward 41 7-8 new York Central. 3 it 1-8 Packard. To i 4 Phillips Petroleum. 41 3-8 radio corp. La i 4 St Louis san Francisco Simmons bed. 39 3-8 Etan Riuard it n a a a 3-8 Texas co. 36 u s smelting. 18 1-2 u s steel. 57 1-4 Warner Bros. 9 3-4 livestock East St. Louis in. A ukr hogs 7,000 top 11.10 170-230 lbs., 11 00-11 to 140-160 lbs., 10.00-1100 bulk sows 850-900 cattle 3 500 steers 7.25-875 Slaughter steers 5.50-9.00 mixed yearlings and heifers 600-8.50 Slaughter heifers 4 50-8 75 beef cows 4 25-5 00 a utters and Low cutters 3.00-3,75 $50 Fine for assault with deadly weapon p. In Wixel was found guilty of a charge of assault with a deadly Wear pm and filled $50 in municipal court tills morning. Annie Williams negress was cleared of a charge of assault and Battery. Louis Garner was fined $10 for assault and Battery and Given 60 Days in which to make payment. Mildred Sheppard fined $10 on a charge of assault and Battery and Given to Days in which to make payment. Fred Jones negro was lined $10 Tot malicious mischief. Willie Brown negro was fined $10 on a charge of assault Aud Battery. Grant to Aid study of Panto Henic acid Corvallis Ore up it Rockefeller foundation has made a $20,000 giant to or Roger j Williams professor at Oregon state College Here to carry on a three it ear research project on the subject of Panto Henic acid acid so named because of its universality in All living cells was discovered several years ago by or. Williams in connection with his research wit East. He Vias since proved that it is a growth stimulant of extreme Potency and that it appears to be a Factor in regulation of growth As Well. Dip Lunia by messenger tole1xi up a Jean Meyer go after her Devilbliss High by tool diploma so it came to her principal Merritt nauts delivered it personally to a Hospital As the girl recovered from an appendectomy just a few Days before graduation. Doomed to Oie Kotlier p persists Iii refusal to permit Severance operation Michigan City id july 7 up doctors gave up Hope today it saving the survivor of the siamese twin girls born to mrs Wesley Click immediately after the first child died or h. I Brooks offered to separate it surgically from the la tug twin the Mother refused permission saying she feared the child would be abnormal it it la vet a it is too Lute now to a re the child a Brooks told the United press this morning utter a night in which attendants kept i to e baby alive with regular administrations of water and whiskey while doctors pleaded with mrs Click to permit the operation Quot the child probably will die of blood poisoning a or Brooks said he explained that it the living child had a separate brain protected by tissue front its dead sister in operation might have saved it fugitive from Reform school is jailed Here James Collins Roberts 19-year-old youth was lodged in the county jail Here today by a Federal Bureau of investigation agent he was said to have escaped from a reformatory in Tennessee where lie had been serving a sentence on a Federal charge. Marmaduke and Otwell crowds hear Harrison judge Zal b Harrison candidate for congressman from this District spoke in two towns at j fourth of july celebrations sat urday while a caravan of 15 i curs bearing Harrison banners und a lord speaker visited 13 i towns in this Section or Harrison spoke at Marina i Duke and Otwell tile Parade j which started from Here was i arranged by j. L. Nabers Sev i Elal took turns speaking through Hie loud speaker in the interest of or Harrison a race As they motored from town to town. Is Nead death pin a sic bin gives famed Lert Iyman one chalice Iii l Ive Hundred i Ati it a Hur a n y july 7 u p or .3 Parks a adman the radio Clergyman has less limn enc Chance Iii of 500 to recover from an operation for appendicitis one cd hts physicians Aid today. The 71-year-old p est or of Central congregational Church at Brooklyn was operated on last night for a rupture i appendix. The operation was performed by or Lyman o. Barton after the famous Clergyman had in in brought to a Hospital Here from Westport 3.6 mile Distant or Cullman was on a speaking tour when stricken. Acting postmaster general in a vent James a. Farley resigns will be William w. Howes first assistant shown above in a recent picture according to Washington advices. Howes has been democratic National committeeman from South Dakota since 1924 previously he was a Szalc senator and was beaten for governor in 1920. He was a Bull Mooser in 1912. Maurer withdraws from socialist party ranks heading a july 7 up James h Maurer twice a socialist vice presidential candidate today announced his resignation from Hie aerialist party a because there is a distinct trend toward communism in the party sues for divorce my Ola Gleeman of Manila has tiled suit against Lester Gleeman in chancery court Here asking divorce o Lithe ground of indignities. K e Alexander is attorney for the plaintiff. General Coxey ponders offer to join circus Massillon. O. Up Jacob s Coxey the Quot general who led a i March of the unemployed on Washington 42 years ago is thinking about joining the circus As a headline attraction. He received the offer from the Veteran showman Walter l. Main a Long time Friend but before giving it serious consideration he made sure he would be Given a Good spot on the circus program Quot i won t work a sideshow will i a was Las first question. Quot no. You wont Quot main answered. Quot Well put you in ii Center ring put tip a special Billing provide you with a loud speaker Anil make it Worth your Coxey now 82 but still Active principally in the Townsend old age pension movement reserved final decision pending further thought but he assured main he was anxious to Quot get on the move losses mount in Grain beet. No Relief seen my a Miv soars to record Marks As crops Blacken under searing Sun Chicago july 7 up hear tin heat a Mead disaster Over an Ever widening area of the drouth ranted mid West today with no rain in sight and thousands of acres of once Ferrule farm land already blackened in the Dakotas Montana Cwm Iid and part of Minnesota tempera ores continued to soar. Quot no was the Descour Igi it weather forecast in most ? ret ions for the fourth consecutive Day a a a opera turns were above too in the great Plains area. It was Quot Ideal Quot weather and distinctive insects added to the havoc. Towns face water shortage Iii Chicago swarms of Sand files pm it eded traffic. Gaunt thirsty cattle ate dry stubble farm Wells went dry and even some towns were threatened with water shortages. Iii the worst area of the Dakotas where Farmers two weeks ago saw heir wheat and Small grains burned out Corn turned White and beyond salvation in other sections the Corn crop May be saved crop failure also threatened the Rich wheat Fields of the Canadian Prairie provinces wide tracts have been destroyed in Muny portions of mat Hob Saskatchewan and Alberta the burning menace spread to set me of the Green pasture s in Wise sin s Dairy Laud. Many tanners were using their second crop of Hay a mite and some Are Selling their animals. Corn crop threatened drouth losses already Are estimated it More than a Quaner a i la Ion dollars Illinois Oftle als Aid that the states All important Corn crop would be damaged seriously unless rain Falls this week. Heat records of Many years standing were broken the first detachment of More than 2,000 North Hikota Farmers starting on spa jobs went to work in temperatures the highest of the year in Many places. A new All time High of 116 degrees was established at Jamestown n a yesterday at Napoleon in that state an official maximum of 112 degrees broke a 47 year Murk. Bismarck a 109 was the hottest tilde for Hie 12 years the weather Bureau has kept records. Highways were reported Quot blowing up Quot in parts of Illinois where in degree heat was general outside Chicago. Weather Bureau forecasters raid it oxely new seasonal highs for much of the heat Belt would be recorded. Yesterday a new All tune High of 119 was reached for the Vicinity of Kennebec 3. D. Re Ose Veli summons advisors Washington july 7 up a weather conditions Over the great Plains were such a wily that forecasters saw no possibility of rain Only Quot abnormally High temperatures that made the drouth More serious hourly. President Roosevelt summoned resettlement administrator Rexford Guy dig Well assistant spa administrator Aubrey Williams and j b Hudson of Hie aaa to a luncheon conference to discuss Hie drouth Relief program. Tile president is keeping in close touch with Progress of Federal efforts to Aid impoverished banners and to save us much As possible of drouth damaged crops and starving livestock meanwhile ranch men Here for i conference with Secretary of Interior Harold l Ickes regarding Federal jurisdiction of Public grazing land brought Assurance that there Al ill is plenty of grazing land unaffected by the drouth. Meanwhile the aaa adopted modifications of the 1936 soil conservation program designed to increase production and preserve All available forage for livestock in drouth stricken regions. Bill to bar women from saloons Defeated Baton Rouge la., july 7 up a dry Bill that would have buried women from Louisiana saloons both As customers and bar. Maids died quietly in the House of representatives last night on a 64 to 24 vote. Tile i Senate passed it last week 20 to t 10. 1 weather Arkansas fair continued warm tonight and wednesday. Memphis und Vicinity fair and continued warm tonight and wednesday. The maximum temperature Here yesterday was 94, minimum 70 Clear according to Samuel f Norris official weather observer

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