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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - May 8, 1939, Blytheville, Arkansas Blytheville courier news the dominant newspaper of Northeast Arkansas and Sott theist Missouri volume Xxxvi no. In Blytheville courier Blytheville Herald Mississippi Valier Leader Blytheville daily news , Arkansas monday. May s. I it it it single copies five Cento says Britain ready British Radig to mediate Between stations Ishii Poland and Germany Boycott Duke Hornier pc Miscoll olm to in i Iii Al or i ii or h slain London May k. It a Tho Brit is ready to in i i a t c Between Germany Tho Danzig question in collaboration with government is and Poland on other interested a. Lin tier foreign in the House it com a Powers h tidier today la i oils. Butler replied to a question a John Morgan Laberite regarding appropriate machinery to enable the future status of Danzig to be made the subject of arbitration before an International tribunal he referred Morgan to Britain a obligations under the league statute treating Danzig and said a a the status cd Danzig is regulated by treaty. The question of any change in that status in practice is Iii the first instance for the parties most directly interested in the treaty settlement. It is Lur them to agree on the method by which they should proceed. Quot it has been repeatedly made Clear that his majesty s government stands for settlement of International differences by Friendly negotiation arbitration and other peaceful Means. It is All times ready to lend Good services and offices at the request of either of the interested prime minister Neville Chamberlain told a questioner the polish government is Quot aware that his majesty a government will Welcome an amicable settlement of the Danzig he added there is no reason to doubt that Poland is Quot alive to the important considerations undersecretary told a ties in fuse to any i us Ltd a m wind Sot s Swami ii i rom Verdun Loda Ellis m Kuiv. I4 year old automobile Salesman who was found murdered Friday at Phoenix. Ait heed in Blytheville to a a years ago Atter having resided in Pem Scot omit to. For is viral years where he was also Well known up tile military Alliance solidified Rome May 8 up Italy bound itself irrevocably to the be re in Rome diplomatic Quot Axis Quot in agreeing to enter a formal military Alliance with Germany foreign diplomatic quarters said today. It was reported Premier Benito Mussolini had been assured of German support for his Mediterranean Quot aspirations Quot at Frances Cost. And. In return he would support Adolf hitlers program for penetrating economically and politically into the Balkans. As for the tact of the Alliance itself announced at Milan yesterday after a conference Between count Galeazzo Cia no and Joachim von Ribbentrop italian and German foreign ministers there was no Surprise Iii foreign diplomatic quarters generally. The Only people surprised it appeared. Were italians and poles. The Public had no Advance warning and As late As yesterday morning a few hours before announcement of the agreement. Vir Ginio Guyda. The chief newspaper mouthpiece Tor the government. Wrote in lits Voce d italia that there would be no new agreements nor surprises As the result of Hie conference poles were surprised because they had expected Premier Mussolini As a disinterested Friend of both parties. To seek to compose polish Oerman differences Over Danzig and the polish corridor. As for other foreign quarters it was pointed out that Mussolini and Hitler both had announced Iii vigorous phrases repeatedly that they stood together in peace and War and that they had been cooperating most intimately for months against seller i judgment against Salesman who guaranteed car is sustained Little Rock May 8. It up salesmen today were held liable by the supreme court for a false statement made in an Effort to sell heir products when it upheld the Arkansas county circuit court which ruled that $300 be refunded an the Purchase Price of a truck b Light by w a James. James had made a Down payment on the truck which he had Pur Chad from John Floyd in automobile Salesman who guaranteed that the vehicle would use less gasoline than another popular in Del. When James failed to make payments Floyd filed suit to collect. Judgment for the $300 Down payment was awarded to James when he proved that the machine did not perform satisfactorily and in the manner the Salesman said it would court upholds London. Min 8 British broaden Ting company which controls radio programs in this c Unerv decided today to Bayou a speech which the Duke of Windsor e scheduled to make from Ferrin tonight at to <3 pin officials of the company Atter a hurried meeting decided not to rebroadcast the speech regarding it As untimely coming As the King and Queen Are ii the Atlantic. Bound Tor their peace Mission to America. Thousands of British listeners who have Short wave sets probably will be Able to flick up the speech however. Britons particularly these in court circles were astounded by the disclosure that former Edward Viii was to broadcast a speech to the United states through the National broadcasting is lip any hardly 48 h ars Atter i brother successor. King George i had sailed Tor a visit to Amula and the United states. It was the dust since his broadcast Jorn 0. A Armer shot by several weeks after relapse neighbor ago Dies removal from Washington to dope sustained Iii opinion Little Rock May 8 the us Oreme court today upheld the Hempstead county circuit court decision which declared valid the elect ii which called for the be the Hempstead county i rom Washington to suit was brought by a citizens t Washington represented by eld Vel Moval of c Arthou Hope. Tilt a roup of which was v in written into briefs flied by both sides in the Appeal to the court were Many reference to the historical background of Washington. G in Casey and George r. Steel representing the opponents of removal. Argued in their Brief that the entire election was fraudulent. Quot it almost crushes the hearts of some of these old Southern democrats to Sec a new generation seek to chose the doors of that old brine x x they said of the county seat at Washington. Quot the greater majority of the citizenship of Hempstead will never consent for j this courthouse to he band lied it with All history and sentiment unless forced to do so by the court. They fear that to do so might disturb the each i everlasting dead a at once pointed out that had made no radio speech a. Famous Quot woman i love in the evening of his abdication dec la. 1930 court circles suggested that the Duke was Quot pulling another Boner Quot such a that which caused him to cancel a Iacoi acted visit to Tho United states in november. 1937 when it developed that his Quot spin Sor Quot and Advance agent was diaries e Bedaux. Invent r of an Industrial Speed up system which had been bitterly a denounced by labor it was understood that the Duke intimated to National broadcasting company a Uncial who arranged for the. Porch that he would like to deliver a Quot peace message Quot from the setting of Verdun where France made a heroic defense of a key position in one it the most terrible Battles it the world War it was f recast that the Duke in a speech of from to to 12 minutes would recall his own War expert i emacs and by implication seek to bring out the horror of War and the desirability cd finding peaceful s Lution of world problem. This was purely speculative however. As were suggestions that the Duke would refrain from any comment whatsoever on the visit i his by ther to the United states the Duke and lits american born Duchess arrived Here Friday Tor a tour. Jeffers and his wife in not guilty plea los Angeles May 8 up or. Joe Jeffers former Texas evangelist and now pastor of the kingdom Church of Hollywood and his wife Zella Joy Jeffers. Pleaded not guilty today to four morals charges their trial was set for june Al. The state alleges the minister and his Wile sponsored sex orgies m their los Angeles apartment John b a heart 34 year old Fanner of promised Lund who was critically wounded March 2 when a hot by a neighbor. Will Maxwell i7 died at his Home late saturday or. Maxwell who had been i Reed on Bond Atter the younger Man had apparently improved was returned to jail after a charge of murder had been placed against him. Maxwell waived p r e i i Iii i n a r v Healing in municipal court inlay and was held to circuit court. He made Bond of $750. Or. Aheart remained in the Blytheville Hospital Tor Many weeks following the shooting but was removed two weeks ago to 711 Park Street to where his family had moved. He was returned to the Hospital april 28 Atter having been stricken with a Haemorrhage but was dismissed several Days later. At the time of the shooting or. I Maxwell was held in jail without Bond after admitting to officers that lie fired the shot but he was released on Bond several we a ago. He told officers that he shot the j younger Man after Aheart threat cued to take his life but this w e i denied by or. Aheart who said i that or Maxwell fired upon him 1 without a word As he walked out of his front door. Officers an j pounced a search of the Aheart House tailed to reveal a gun i the two men who lived in a i double House on the farm of Dud Ley Moore had an argument the i Day before Over the ownership a j j some Wood funeral services were held Sun Day at Sandy Ridge cemetery Jot or Aheart. Who is survived by his j wife t to children and or Moth i i mrs Carrie Aheart. All of Blytheville. Moll funeral Home was Iii charge of arrangements the Aheart family has lived ii Mississippi county for a number of years having resided in the a Vicinity of Wilson before moving to Blytheville arid later to the promised land farm s e v e r a i months ago Luck i n i no 3a, was also found slam in the crime with which Hob Cit m by Guilder or. 22 is Clung cd i Louiw. N usin n Koury of Shah i i Simmons of lid Iii 111. M Kuiv of Guiro my i i red Mir of Cairo who an also relative of the slain Man. Lune Genie to Phoenix for the i mid a1 services to he held there tomorrow till murdered Man who Macle in Home with Mother. Mrs Hecla Kuiv while she resided at Wardell and Cooter assisted her in us operation of stores owned by his Cousin n Koury he also a employed As an advertisement Man by Max Sturm and Sam Ridgeway 01 Hayti Over a period it in a year when they promoted Dane held in Southeast Missouri. He was later employed by the a Lush Sibley wholesale grocery company in this City before lie and his Kotlier went West Lute in 1937 they went to Missouri from Mounds. Ill relatives and friends in this Section had received news of los disappearance on april 24 and had kept in touch with the Mother who also made her Home in Phoenix. Overrules original i Lime opinion 4 to 3, in in arms pact ruling Given today Ossi Lite Ai by i of to Alii Aine Minto i ill la officials Iii Road districts Are certified for Aid Stock prices a t amp Anaconda Copper associated i 5 Beth steel. Boeing air. Chrysler. Coca cola. General electric. General motors int Harvester Montgomery Ward n y Central. Packard. Phillips. Radio. Schenley. Simmons. Socony vacuum. Standard Oil no Texas corp. U 8 steel. 158 7-24 i 7 i 55 3 22 i 67 7 128 i 34 8 8 4 44 3-8 1-1 i a Cir in / f of ton new York. M a 8 up cot ton dosed steady open High Low lose May 871 875 868 874 july 835 840 833 840 oct 788 788 781 781 i pc 770 772 765 765-6 Jan 772 772 775 765-6 mar 771 772 765 765-6 spots closed nominal at 904 no 4 the dictator s wife mrs. Franco livestock East St Louis. Ill May 8 up hogs 13000 top 710 170-230 lbs., 700-705 140-160 lbs., 640-665 bulk sows 550-610 cattle 3200 steers 825-1000 Slaughter steers 750-1200 mixed yearlings heifers 850-975 Slaughter heifers 710-1050 beef cows 625-725 cutters and Low cutters 50-000 58 47 14 i 7 2 8 or Orleans Colin it i 3 1 �?�2 35 i a 4 new Orleans. Mav 8 i it 6 5 -8 Cotton futures Clos cd steady today 13 3 4 up 35 cents to off 4o it a lits i Bale. 21 7 -8 open High Low Lase la 5 -8 May. 880 885 880 886-8a 46 3 -8 july 849 852 849 851 38 get. 795 798 791 791 46 7 -8 dec. 782 782 775 775-8 jail. 780-2a. 775-7u mar 785 785 776 776 spots closed Dull at 916. Up 4 Chicago wheat May july open 74 3-8 72 3-8 High 75 1-8 73 Chicago Corn May july open 49 3-8 50 5-8 High 49 3-4 50 7-8 Low 49 1-8 50 3-8 close 49 3-4 50 7-8 Spain a first lady mrs Franco wife of Gen. Francisco Franco i As sire reviewed troops i sephia Spain. Litle Hock. May 8 circuit clerk Harvey Morris of Mississippi county certified to state treasurer Earl Page saturday that Blythe Ville Road maintenance District no. 5 is eligible to $8,680 and Illy to Neville Road improvement District no 5 is eligible to $4,565 in state a d Lin tier the Williams loud Dis trill Relief act enacted by tin 19.19 legislature tile act. Of which representative b Frank Williams of Osceola was the author appropriates $280,000 for payment during til Quot 1939-41 biennium of maturing principal and interest payments on Bonds of Road improvement or Road maintenance districts formed after february 4 1927, to build farm to Market roads or roads in farm communities of the Aid planned for each of the districts $2,000 la Lur payment of principal due Between july i 1939 and june 30, 1941 and the balance for payment of Intel i St. Or Morris said Blytheville Road maintenance District no 5 Pas out in 1958 and tin Road improvement District pays out in 1950 file districts Are for a gravel Road in tilt promised land Section near Blytheville. Funeral rites held for year old baby funeral services were held Hun a for Frances Louise Yow one year old daughter of or. And mrs Sam vow of Huffman who died i sunday morning after having been ill i week of pneumonia burial was made yesterday afternoon at number nine cemetery Holt funeral Home was in charge the baby is survived Only by her parents. I cd return to Phoenix Knoxville. Tenth. May 8 i up Robert m Burgunder or. 22. Son of a wealthy and cultured family who Learned about clime while his Tat Bel was a prosecuting attorney will be returned to Arizona today to be charged with two murders. But. Under awaited the arrival of Arizona authorities calmly. Tall Well poised with an excellent command t words he would say Only Quot be u got me he is charged with murdering two men. Jack Peter on 35, and Ellis m Koury 24. Near Phoenix april 30, for a new automobile and a Lew dollars Peterson and Koury were ant Mobile salesmen they Teok a Prospect out for a demonstration i a new machine and were never seen again their bodies were found in the desert near Phoenix last week. Both had been bound then shot he attended sunday school in Johnson City. Teim., yesterday morning and when lie walked out of the Church the sheriff grabbed him. He dad arrived in the reline see Mountain town the Day before driving an utom bile since identified As that of Peterson and Koury he took a room til a townsman s House saying lie intended entering tile state teachers College there. The to use he had chosen was Only a few doors from the Home of mayor Marion sell of Johnson City Ile noticed the Arizona License tug on Burgunder s cur and having read of the Arizona murders in a new palier called the sheriff Burg under apparently went to Johnson City to continue Iii education. He had been a student in Hie Arizona state teachers College near Pace Ilia where lie had distinguished himself As u Brilliant Campus journalist a Public speaker Al eloquence and with an essay on Quot the perfect crime tiles Scholastic Endeavor Wen interrupted. Arizona authorities charged. Ii the two murders. Sheriff loll Jordon and c linty attorney Riel Laid i Harless left Phoenix by air plane yesterday and arrived Here tiffs morning they will return at once with their prisoner but not directly to Phoenix where they teared Bur Guilder s life might to endangered. A several Hundred persons gathered at the ill Ems Airport a Hie official plane took off and there was angry comment. Men Leinar ked that they the officers Quot had better not bring him Back Here Peter on was a member of a prominent Arizona Pioneer family in Seattle Burgunder a father a prominent law1.et engaged Iii civil practice now unit he plated hrs term As state was heart broken at Hie predict ment cd a son with whom i Quot a had had a great Deal of difficulty Quot he s my son and of course 111 St i k by him Quot he said. Quot but it is almost a if i did t know him Burgunder or said son had displayed i r years an almost fantastic interest in crime when he was states attorney lie was around his offices a great Deal and liked n tiling better than to listen to i fathers assistants question criminals the father remarked ruefully that his son. Perhaps had been ambitious to Quot improve on their Burgunder or was convicted several years ago in Seattle of tii Eft and sentenced to the state reformatory. His father got him paroled and sent him to Arizona to get Quot a fresh file youths Mother and father have been divorced for a number of years. Mrs. Burgunder lives in California. Tokyo May 8 Silipi three Mentis i of la Cabinet suggested tonight hint Japan he May Euler into a general military Alliance with i a i mum and Italy War general Itagaki said that Linum May Eon elude sue 11 in agreement but later former mini. Ter Yudum urdu told hic annual conference of provincial governors that Japan cannot ignore Britain s moves i. I a military agreement with Russia even it the agreement is not effective in the far East a Cit ii said that Hie general Natl comic in agreement sponsored by Japan and Germany needs lengthening because Japan must be Jire pared for anything that univ happen Iii tin International situation. The flt reign minister saw president Roosevelt s Appeal to the gel Man and italian didst is for preservation of the status quo As Quot designed Tor Home consumption and also to solidify world opinion Gnim to a Termany and Italy a a the president did not intend n a Apical to retired upon Japan Aula believed. Quintet heed ordered out i line Multi i in o ii nit ase to stat Alert would have set a Sion continued until next session begins Washington May 8 up representative Louis Ludlow dem id i today that because of in International situation lie would introduce a Resolution to keep Congress Here until the next session begins on january 2 Quot when International relations Are tense and there is a Prospect Hilt we May become involved in Wai Hie place of members of Congress is in the City of Washington Quot Ludlow said there have been so Many intemperate ill advised truck Zilem Aud War promoting speech s by Cabinet ministers near Cabinet ministers and others that the country has become genuinely alarmed and looking to Congress to do part Iii maintaining in keep Amer foreign in Ter National it la out of Tung Leinen sanity and threat Nelt rain Barly today has Farmers smiling happily a million Dollar ruin was the Way burners described the Shower of this morning Winch fell Iii lib to Neville and Vicinity overhanging Clouds most of the Day aided in keeping the 26 incites of moist a in tin ground and the Hope a prevalent that there would be More ram Behne night tile rain was badly needed us i allot the planting is done and 1 Anotia Good Bowel will the i Cotton com and Oiler Clops off to a Fine Start banners and Extension agents said tile rain which stalled shortly i before seven of clock Tell until alter \ eight in a gentle Shower. Tin Slat supreme court Iii Iii opinion handed Down at Little lock today abandoned it Early decision upholding a Mississippi county circuit court ruling that s. L. Giad i so was tin Law Tully Cie Ted i Hanx Tat in nominee for missis Sippi county judge at the party primary last August and reversed Ute lower court ruling that Doyle Henderson of Blytheville was the Legal nominee. The courts Retreat from original opinion was acknowledged in ruling today on a motion for a rehearing which had been filed by attorneys for Henderson. In effect the High court ruled that previous decision holding that poll tax receipt made out in indelible Pencil instead of pen Aud Ink were invalid and that re a intents of such receipts were not qualified voters was erroneous. The court had in original ruling i declared that some 75 voters who had such receipts were not Quail lied to vote and that their votes therefore could not have been counted for Henderson. The subsequent reversal today was sufficient to give Henderson the largest number of Legal votes under the record before the court since lie margin separating the pair was less than 75 votes j tile court split five to two in rendering original opinion on a it Ril 3, and was divided today. Tour to three in overruling prior holding. Chief Justice Griffin Smith who wrote the minority opinion on april 3, was joined by associate justices Tom Mehaffy t la Humphrey and j s. Holt in setting aside the former ruling bile justices e l. Mchaney Frank f in i the and Baker Tux Pat on their former position to Lori today s minority. Justice Mehaffey had voted with chief Justice Smith in the minority opinion on april 3. The status of judge Gradish appeared Uncertain Here today though attorneys generally agreed that hander on would not be entitled to the office of county judge As a result of the court action since he was not elected at the general election in november and was not then ii candidate. Some attorneys said that Gladish. By virtue of the fact that he was county j lid be the previous term and was running for re election would hold the office Quot until his successor is duly elected and qualified Quot and that an elect ii would have to be called by the governor to fill the vacancy in which Gladish Hen Der on and any Ether qualified candidate could participate. Other attorneys said they thought that the office would be declared vacant and that the governor w uld appoint Gladysh s successor. At Little reek it was said that unusual importance a attached to the court s reconsideration and retirement from original opinion because of possible special elections or referendums on questions of sales tax workmen s compensation and c Ort venue acts passed by the recent legislature. Blate officials said that Only a few of the states county collectors had issued poll tax receipts in pen and my and that the vast majority it them had been issued in indelible Pencil preliminary hearings Tor in four men and woman held Iii connection with sexual mistreatment it i Tut 11 veal old girl were completed in thu 11 Lei j tit i court today a g Ding 55, was held to circuit c ult after waiving hearing on a charge of carnal abuse John Gamey 65. A held to circuit court on to charge of pandering 8 u Gann 65, wits held to circuit court on a charge of pandering and i Willic f Taylor. 30-veal- it Stepmother was held to circuit court Iii charges to pandering and accessory before the tact of carnal Abu c Bond in each Case was set at $1500 which had not been made tit two Dock today Allen Hargett. 71. Was held to circuit court saturday Oil charges of carnal abuse and pandering with Bond set at the same amount tile father John Taylor was released today Atter to flyers had completed their investigation the Little girl will remain in the custody of Deputy him it John f Reinmiller and mrs Reinmiller to it it Girlly instead of being turned Over to her father it ans announced the four men and woman were arte Ted by c linty officer. Several Days ago utter making in investigation of reports in which sordid detail d mistreatment of Ute Little girl which occurred Over a period it three months Federal fish hatchery helps Peru restock Cape if Heil la Hatcher Hio Lake Vincent. N y. Us of the Federal fish Here have shipped 250,-Trout eggs to i Eru where used to one of world restock bake the highest they will la tit acc Oil lakes ill til the eggs were shipped in special cast each holding 36 quarts Aud ret to suspend Lite during the Long trip i Ake Trout eggs have been shipped from tin Cape Vincent hatchery to Switzerland Japan and almost every state in tin Union tile Federal hatchery at Detroit will replace the eggs so Pix d so that the Waters of Jefferson county and Eastern Lake Ontario is 111 i a chive their Normal quota for i this Spring Pendergast aide who disappeared a. Co which Tell at Tot Ney i Lull a is Hayti lifts Ham Hayti. Mo., May 8. Rain in this immediate Sec morning was a Grout help to crops which have been planted Between one one half Inch fell Quarter and defendant bus line wins jury a verdict Jonesboro ark., May 8 a verdict in favor of the defendant was returned by a jury in Federal court Here in the suit of Jake Brewer against the Dixie greyhound lines and Arthur Maxey. Hie suit Iii which $7,5 h damages had in Eji sought was transferred Here from Mississippi county Cir cult court the plaintiff sought to recover for injuries allegedly received on tile fifth Day of november when he was injured while a passenger in a taxi cab which he alleged was hauling passengers for the Ous j line Between Portageville mo., Aud i Steele to. Former resident Dies saturday at Joplin mrs e. L Elkins who lived Ai Blytheville before she moved to i Joplin to died til that City Satin Day night. Funeral services were Lucid there today. She was 45. Or and mrs. Elkins moved to Blytheville in 1929 when or Elkins was assigned this territory in inks work with the Armour packing company. After living Here Tor four years he was transferred but was returned Here later for a 12-Mouth period. By sides or Elkins mrs Elkins is survived by her Kotlier who made her Home it Joplin and a brother. James Clark of Kansas City Marvin Nunn a close Friend of or. Elkins is in Joplin for the funeral. Federal agents search Missouri River for Edward l. Schneider above 45-Yeur-old business aide of a a Bossy Tom Pendergast of Kansas City. Mo., after suicide nolo had been found in cur parked in Bridge. A the weather Memphis mostly Cloudy and cooler showers in extreme East portion tonight tuesday fair Memphis and Vicinity a local thundershowers this afternoon or tonight slightly cooler tonight tuesday fair. The maximum temperature Here be Lei Day was 84, minimum 63, partly Cloudy with .26 of an Inch this morning according to. A ther observer

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