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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - May 26, 1935, Blytheville, Arkansas Served United press courier vol. Xxxii no. 60 courier Blytheville Dally news in Herald Mississippi Valley Leader the dominant newspaper of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri Blytheville Arkansas saturday May 26, 1>. 5 Secaur Home edition will demand $200,000for 9-year-old boy Bank single copies five cents Blytheville hold Princess gasps at Hollywood e George Phillip Weyerhaeuser fails to return to Home at Tacoma Tacoma wash., May 25 up a George Philip Weyerhaeuser. 9-year-old son of John Philip Weyerhaeuser or. Official of the nations greatest lumber concern was missing from his Home today supposed victim of kidnappers. Friends of the boys family revealed that kidnappers of the boy sent a Ransom note demanding $200,000 the kidnappers had the lad sign his name on the Back of the note to prove its authenticity. Tile note assert edly was sent in a special delivery letter delivered last night. Federal investigators had the note. The note was typewritten Captain of detectives Cliff Osborne of the Tacoma police said. Disappeared yesterday the boy was last seen just before noon yesterday in route from the Lowell school to meet his sister Anne. 13. At the Annie Wright Seminary six blocks away where tile family chauffeur waited to take them Home to lunch. A special delivery postal messenger delivered a letter to the Weyerhaeuser Home at 6 25 no. Members of the family refused to divulge its contents. At dinner time when George was still missing his sister Anne burst into tears. His Mother was reported near collapse the boy is a slender but sturdy youngster with dark Brown curly hair and smiling Brown eyes. When last seen he wore Brown Corduroy trousers Tennis shoes and a Whit sweat shirt. Funeral publicity blamed his father returned yesterday from Rock Island 111., where he attended the funeral of his father. John Phillip Weyerhaeuser sr., Long an official of the lumber firm who died at Tacoma Mav 16 it was believed publicity resulting from the death of the a Ider Weyerhaeuser Mig lit have attract different to its Fate ibis is the fifth of six article outlining president Roosevelt program of a a must Quot legislation of the current session of Congress this greek Princess had no word for it Only a gasp after a whirlwind tour through Hollywood studios lunch with this Nota Bio dinner with that our and a pie throwing contest tossed in. Quot just As i expected Only a my goodness a said Princess k at ii p r i it a almost jarred out of her Katherine Constantine incognito. By Rodney Dutcher Washington aka is Likely to perish in apathy and confusion a Hen the recovery act expires jim1 16. Univ severe pressure by president Roosevelt on the Senate for the two year Extension called for in his Quot must program can save the tattered Blue Eagle from either immediate or lingering death urn pressure now predicted in Grapevine reports from the White House probably would require sup a pigmentation by a stronger demand from Industry and labor than has yet appeared. Even without complications from the supreme court decision in the Schechter it Era test Case a fill Buster by the Senate anti Era j group which would let the act expire and the code Structure collapse after june 16. Each Day becomes a More menacing possibility s governor goes fishing i a big ones got away hot is rings. Mav 25 it up i a it v j mat Ion flit of i brought in a string of 15 Small 11 Buss and a Story of a i to bit i i one 1 hat got a Vav ill the j first Anni a1 fishing Rodeo hero today John Lindsey of Malvern led g 11 an. Dei s by eau lung it in the to weighed Iglus pounds seven a lid one half of i pcs he hooked it on a red Blick ail spinner gov. 0, k Allen of Louisiana s invited to Tho Rod 0. V a us in s Able to r in but tend. Sets air Marks and seeks More sees ii less Likely but italian Premier defends preparations for abyssinian strife to be extended agreement reached to Anniv Bankhead act to 1936 crop Washington a Extension of the Bankhead compulsory Cotton production control act through 1926 was approved Friday by president Roosevelt and congressional agriculture leaders. Congressional members said the i Extension was agreed upon on condition 12-cent a Pound Loans would be made on this years cot the Senate with Aoa roof sch Quot of up Quot administration leaders has Over la it.2? a a 8 whelming or adopted the Clark res 1 in subject was a discussed. Lubes Farmer to lonely spot Little again a Flost National wins British golfing title building Solo Wynne buy Man Corn seeking victim to o Holder of the Mark for the world ? fastest air travel�?4 76 Tulles an hour in a 16,000-Root Power dive and the record of i hour 22 minutes for the 862-mile stretch from san Francisco to los Angeles Alice Breese above plans to go after the Canada Mexico Mark next and then the world land plane record in his Keith at Micier racing plat. Out Ion for Rome. May 25. Up a Premier Benito Mussolini declared in the chamber of deputies today that the threat of another european War is decreasing. Addressing crowded chamber and de kidnappers to the seizure of Liis it Gal flies the fascist Premier As grandson. Company officials Dis-1 sorted counted the possibility that the the 13-Point foreign policy Laid nine month i Smili Democrat Ance which would effectively kill i Sou a a o the Senate agora. The House is adorn Ini re j i?1,0 committee announced he administration plan a menus to Quot �"7 the fat a Sion a it a a a a changes1&Quot Quot a tac a chairman Pat Harrison of the a Al wished bubl Ness in Senate Al Nance committee insists Tiz Nim Oll Doy a a that the House measure must he1j d Nean practical a Tim considered As new a tact to e con8lder�?~tlon oth Quot a a Stead of being taken to conference i l Raj �?T.vi0,. Lis i tile a a a amendments to Helo Fob Smith also said he would offer bitter perhaps i de by the House agriculture Corn kidnapping had any connection with the current Northwest lumber strike which has tied in much of the Weyerhaeuser interests. Woman Pilot reported seen twice in flight Kansas atty. To. May 25. Up a Laura Ingalls flying from i of Angeles to new York in quest of a transcontinental Speed record has been reported but twice Twa Headquarters Here said today. Miss Ingalls Diane was believed sighted parsing High Over Winslow. later Over Albuquerque. N. My a the airline company said. Dolores costello sues Barrymore for divorce los Angeles Mav 25. Up a another of the screens famed romances was blasted today when Dolores costello Blond screen Beauty filed suit for divorce from John Barrymore her actor husband. She charged mental cruelty and habitual intemperance. Down by German Chancellor Adolf Hitler can Quot neither be accepted nor rejected As a whole. Only persons of a bad Faith a can protest Itaya a Strong military preparations against threat of War with Abyssinia. These preparations will continue. Yesterday Mussolini told a wildly enthusiastic throng of 25.000 that Italy had burned Lier Bridges and with hundreds of thousands of troops mobilized was ready for trouble Quot it is better to live a Day like a lion than a Hundred years As a i he quoted an inscription scribbled on a Shell torn Vail by a dying italian Soldier in the world War. The occasion of la Duce a stirring oration was Celebration of Italy sentry into the world War 20 years ago. Stolen car is found abandoned in Gin lot committee tor a protracted fight in Roos vhf previous failure a a a �?orot1 make a fighting Issue of Era has 1 been present for the largely re Sunn Ihly of a us the bad head act which was g \ responsible for the made applicable to mils years Cion a a i. Our Hora a�?o8 vo1"or Krow of Missouri and or Tings of Del a p u a 1 Awa were allowed to. Lake charge a Tow a Tyson Wynne Farmers claim self defense in two murder cases but the a a up rtt i a a not vhf seriously hither the White House. F. R. Seems indifferent whatever the intensity of Roosevelt a desires the impression did get around that or a a death would cause him no great pain alleged Beer act violator an alias warrant has been issued forthe arrest of j. M. Poley furthermore the Senate a Posi-1 Driver for a wholesale company Tion Mav be attributed to a Gen who of tue to appear in court fat in 1 Public apathy about Era thursday to answer a charge of which was More conspicuous than violating the state Beer act. Either the militant opposition or has Buttil Bond of $250 was de the considerable but often Luke cleared forfeited and his detention we Arm support for it. T0 secure his appearance in court Industry was divided As to Era later was ordered an old Chevrolet car stolen from tile garage at the Home of j. N. Waldon one night last week has been recovered the car was found abandoned in a Gin lot Here. Several accessories had been stripped from the machine. Veteran stage Welcome for senator Huey Long prance of of hah outward flow of Gold new Orleans. Mav 25. Tup a senator Huey p. Long came Home today to a serenade of police sirens and band instruments As War veterans paraded in protest against president Roosevelt a veto of the Bonus Bill. Approximately 2,000 persons cheered As he stepped from a train. The veterans planned the Welcome called it the Quot veto protest and labor was Busy with the wag a charge of violating the state be Ria Bor disputes Bill. A flood of Buquor control act docketed against complaints and a Lack of enforce Todd liquor Salesman from ment which had Long since Stran-1 Louisville ky., has been dismiss bled the recovery Bird in Many red communities were co factors with i Dames Carr has been fined four an apparently widespread belief i dollars for failure to work City that Era Hadnot been of Suffi streets Oscar Allen has been ancient Benefit to by Worth worrying and Mack Ashley $10 for about. I offences of the same nature. A a i Wynne Ark May 25 up a one Eastern Arkansas Farmer. Walter Kennedy was arraigned today and another Aubrey Lancaster was held without bold following the fatal shooting of two negro sharecroppers. Kennedy who manages the 1.-000-acre Plantation of Dave Block Arkansas Highway commission chairman was Given a hearing be j fore a magistrate. He claimed self fails in amur j def8me, Quot Killin Andrew Sam idlis to answer charge Mons labourer on the Block farm. Lancaster was in custody of City marshal w. A. Campbell awaiting continuation tuesday of Hareas Corpus hearing on charges of killing Tom Williams 70-year-old negro who the Farmer claimed. Quot loaded und was Lancaster entered a plea of self defense at tile first Hareas Corpus hearing last night before county judge e. A Cooper. Robbery yesterday Holder Taylor aged Farmer of near Wynne was held up Ami lobbed of $105, his entire savings by a gunman near the Arkansas Missouri state line yesterday after he had been lured there from a service station Here Taylor drove up to the ser let station in his old Model truck asking if he might be directed to a Farmer who bad Corn to sell. A bystander spoke up and said lie could direct the old Man to n Farmer who had a Large Quantity of Coin to sell according to reports. The bystander got in the truck with the old Man and the latter a Little granddaughter who had accompanied him and directed them North on Highway 61. On the Way he inquired if Taylor had cart with which to make his pure Hast pointing out that the owner of the Corn would demand Cash. Tar Lor replied that he had Money to pay for the Small amount of Corn he wanted. Following the strangers direr Lions Taylor turned off Highway 61 at y a Bro driving straight North until nearly us the state Hue. Reaching a ditch the Strong it told Taylor to get out of the truck and follow him onto a Bridge Over the ditch. He then disappeared into a Weed Patch and returned in a moment with a pistol which he pointed at the old Man and demanded his Money. Securing it he turned North and walked Awny officers believe that the gunman robbed Taylor on the Bridge in the belief that he had lured him into Missouri before staging the Rob Bery but that it actually occurred in Arkansas. The gunman had not been apprehended today but officers were confident they would secure his arrest. By. Annex son the sea England May 26 up Lawson lit tit Ltd of san Francisco made golfing r history today when he became hut executors first United states player to Cap-1 Titre the British Amateur Golf championship two times. Little defending the title he won lust year at Bostwick today Defeated or will Tweddell one up. In the 36-Hole finals. Little is the first Man since the turn of the Century to have won the title two years in succession Harold hilon who won it twice subsequently captured the title in 1900 and 1901, Little led i Tom the first Hole to the 30t,, where or Tweddell scored to second successive Bird or squared the Matcher for late Wilson plan to organize new institution free asks injunction against Indianapolis Speed race Indianapolis. Ind., May 25.1 up a Bret Harte Billings who t lives near the Indianapolis motor Speedway flied Silt today to prohibit the Twenty third running of the 500-mile race next tuesday because if is u Quot nuisance Paris May 25. Up a the Bank of France today again raised its discount rate from 3 to 4 per cent in another determined Effort to halt the flow of Gold from France. After Bird pests Boise. Idaho it up it the state game department ended a 30-Day drive to exterminate magpies with in estimated death toll of 150.000 Birds. Some see disaster the administration contends that after two years of Ever Ament in operation and study Era can be pruned of its evils and made to function As an Agency for prevention of economic Mal adjust ments. It is especially anxious to maintain Maxine fun hour and minimum wage standards. Chairman Donald Richberg of Era predicts that abandonment of Era might throw 2,000,000 persons on Relief Rolls. General Johnson says it might affect 3.000.000 persons and $3,000,-000.000 in wages. Their chief Handicap is that they can to prove that Many of the Roosevelt will see son Row with Harvard Crew Washington May 25. Up a accompanied by relatives and friends president Roosevelt went to Annapolis today to watch his son Franklin jr., Row in the Harvard Junior varsity Crew against Navy. Congress will probably adjourn Early in july Penir Niue finny i by Wim Tii la Tell w i will receive applications for Bankhead certificates next week a new National bunt will be opened ooh of a a building. Merle occupied by the first no t Lone i Bank it was said this morning by w f i he i Wilson of who on Atter or old of �21,500 for Iii building and fixtures made in Pella ii of himself and a j Grain i Iron in executors of Fie estate of i Fie late r e i be Wilson had and Biml so Ted by r l Bradley receiver for the defunct first National Bank. Or Wilson Ald that organizers of the new Bank would Welcome Fie Nartic Patlon of As much blvd i in 11 if it Camla i As was available. He Aid that the Mailer had already been discussed with a num or of Bly Ute Ville men and that sufficient capital w is already fledged to assure establishment of the Bank he declined to reveal wild besides himself and or Crain is interested in the undertaking. But said that the new Bank i would be opened soon As the necessary preliminaries could be completed. Will Piv nearly too ppr gent a a Tole of the Bank building brought liquidation of hic first National Bank near completion the 21.500 which the building brought together with Money now on hand from collections and the a tile of other assets to sufficient to make to Sib a dividend of around30 per it. Ii Bradley id yen in payment i a he Quot Roosevelt offers municipalities 45 per cent of Cost of projects Washington May 25 up president Roosevelt today offered cities an outright gift of $405,000,-000 As an incentive to join in the work Relief program. He ruled the $900,000,000 Public works Money in the $4.000.000, reemployment fund should be distributed on a 45 per cent Grunt and 58 per it. I own Beds. He set interest rates ire la me per cent works Progress admin so would not be sex Harry l. Hopkins announced com several weeks he said Letlon of his task of dividing the nation into 307 separate work Relief areas so the administration can keep Check of reemployment Progress in each Section. Area directors will be appointed by and be directly responsible to Tate administrators who will report periodically to Hopkins in Washington. Arkun Asas District one will include Baxter Fulton Randolph. Clay Izard Sharp. Lawrence Greene. Stone Independence Jackson Craighead Mississippi Cleburne Poinsett and i while counties new York Cotton new York May 26. Up Cotton closed Verv steady. Open High Low close july. 1203 1205 1197 1198 Oft. 1180 1185 1175 1184 Hee. 1187 1191 1181 1190 a ton. 1189 1195 1183 1193 Mur. 1192 1196 1188 1195 mov. 1195 1197 1195 1200 spots closed steady at 1240. Jonesboro Light Plant announces Cut in rates applications for Bankhead Law Cotton production allotments and Nch ftps a Orleans Cotton received next week it was an flounced today by j b anew Orleans May 25 up. The Cotton Market was Active today by j. E county agricultural agent. Cotton producers Ore urged Inland 8tr0nk p i s it if1 i Hio tink Ylli i i. Ii eke. I u a ski. Thor a. Cairn Jonesboro. ninth reduction in electric rates in less than nine years was announced appear at township centers at de signalled scold run Allf to he i it at0r i at the dose with dirt an t crooners inn thl a a a Quot months making the Best showing Tomti a i it Bill Vlnka was reduced by the the Bankhead act fair Brit to Harper rope a Cuigton announcement that admin a Luff to be on hand at the time ration leaders had approved sex _ and place designated will result tension of Here this week by manager Lloyd 1,1 Plav in he i dance of tax through my Rebsamen of the municipally a Jpn option certificates owned City water and Light Plant. Tilp schedule follows. _. The reduction effective on Bills Hickman township. 40 a 8 school. Jct payable after june i will amount Mav 28 Canadian Armorel store,1 to approximately 10.000 per year to May "8 Clear Lake Home Oln Consumers in Jonesboro the new residential lighting vacant May 2� Shadlu schedule is As follows first 35 Kil a House. May 28 and 29 Neal Owatt hours used per month 5 1-2 vacant store May 29 cents per Kwh net next 35 Kwh and 2� big Lake Manila City used per month 4 cents per Kwh a 2� and 30 Hector Dell net All Over 70 Kwh used per 8uppv co. Gin May 29 Farmers month 2 cents per Kwh net. Ign co it Little River May 30th Bowen. Gosnell school. May 29 dec. Jan. Co. May 28 Chickasawba court vacant Oft. Ii it mar open 1197 1168 1182 1187 1189 High 1197 1177 1182 1187 1191 Low 1192 1168 1178 1185 1189 close 1194 1175 1182 1182 1191 spots closed steady at 1245. Closing Stock prices minimum Bill 90 cents per month. Terry named assessor for St. Francis District police Pav own was Newcomerstown o up with gasoline funds exhausted police Here have been operating at their own expense since january. Already they have Given a dance earning $30 for a special Luel fund in the last two confront today with real Imti a dist 5. On enact Liml nary conference of the asses Manifest gains of Industry retail a drive toward adjourn item were Trade and labor in the last two confronted a a a years have been due to Era Roosevelt s insistence map Frk up solution continues ment of the remainder of Era until april decrees that Quot no program before quitting Price fixing shall be sanctioned As a result the Tiou rement under any code that no code shall i Date has been set tentatively be apply to anyone whose business is tween the first Ann Isth of Only Quot wholly intrastate a and that all1 St and-i5th of july Washington May 25 Upa a w 4c4jjr a a ot5s2 i Fessor for Mississippi county by the levee Board of the St. Francis left pre e m Terry has been named As i Lei i a i Fin ids sors at the levee Board office which wholly codes shall expire within 30 Days unless meanwhile reviewed and predicts Alaska Boom we a a c�nf0rm a Hose and we to att l-o1hm travel try the rails of Alaska for 21 years As time limn i j think 1935 will be Lim limit is latal the territory s greatest sear Quot Nev the time limit demoralizing and or since i started have conditions sure to discourage business co-1 been continued on Page 6 will be held the latter part of next week. Assessment of property in this county for levee tax is expected to begin in a Short time arrest Holdup suspect More favourable Are now a he said than Osceola ark., May 25.�?wil-Fiam Cash White was arrested in Wilson yesterday and returned to they Memphis where he is wanted for May a Holdup. I inf new York. May 25 up a the Stock Market ran into moderate selfing today with prices easing or William Danner hip fractions More than a Point in hits. William Wanner uses Light dealings steel shares leaders yesterday met profit taking. Motor shares oils utilities and rubbers declined. A t. And t. 120 Anaconda Copper. 17 1-4 Beth. Steel. 27 3-8 Chrysler 46 3-8 cities service. 17-8 Gen. Am tank 35 Gen. Electric. 25 3-8 Gen. Motors. Is 5-8 int. Harvester. 42 3-4 Mckesson Robbins. 6 1-8 Montgomery Ward 26 3-4 it. Y. Central. 16 3-4 Packard. 4 Phillips pet 22 radio. 5 3-8 Simmons Beds. 8 5-8 Standard of n. J. 48 7-8 Texas co. 23 u. S. Steel. 343-8 onite to it 1, i 1 i 3 Clarkedale ark., May 25 up a mrs. Emma Bavins Danner. 68 wife of the late William 8. Danner died at her Home Here today. Danner was a member of the Arkansas Senate. Six children survive. Chicago wheat payment of such a dividend would bring the Tot n 1 of payments to depositor.1 to 95 per cent of the face value of deposfi.? the Quot re is n possibility thai when liquidation is Complete depositors will have received their Money in full. Only two bids were received when Sale of the Bank building Wos opened in chancery court 1 Bort in before 10 to this morning. The amount of the second bid submitted by atty. Frank c Douglas in behalf of n group of Lux on and Blytheville business men. Was not revealed. Before Birls were received or. Wra lev explained thai terms of the Sale would be Cash in full. Payable As soon As the Mir Chaser could Check the title to the prop nov or not later than next saturday. Competitive ridding invited c a attorney for the receiver called for written bids he explained however that the ri1e was to be by Onen Coni vet it Ive. Bidding and that after be High old was announced and be who desired would Fie permitted to out in a higher bid. Only two bids were Tut noted and a Quot on nement that the High old a 500 resulted in no further a Tiv Ltd. Or Douglas said afterwards that the men a represented were or Marily interested in the establishment of n new Bank in Blytheville and that inasmuch As it was the intention of the High bidders to open such an institution Bis group had no reason to push he bidding further after some minutes had elapsed without further bid diff or. Cunningham announced the Sale of to building to or. Crain and or. Wilson As executors of the estate of r. E Lee Wilson and an order confirming the Sale was signed by Chancellor j of Gautney. Under the terms of the Sale Pace in the Bank building is reserved for the use of or. Bradley is receiver for the first National by Ink. Until liquidation of that in a Mutt Long a ask ets is Cordule or. Cradle a still holds property of substantial value including some blvd to evilly a reel estate and be was unable to make any prediction today As to when he would be Able to Complete its liquidation. May jul open High Low 87 1-4 87 3-8 86 3-4 87 7-8 88 1-8 87 1-4 close 86 3-4 87 3-8 nighthawks once were called Goat suckers because of an old belief that Thev milked goats and cattle in the Fields. Weather Chicago Corn open 82 3-8 79 1-4 High Low 85 83 79 3-8 78 3-8 close 83 7-8 78 5-8 Arkansas partly Cloudy tonight and sunday unsettled in Northwest portion warmer in West and South tonight and in East portion j sunday. Memphis and Vicinity fair and a slightly warmer tonight. Sunday i Cloudy probably showers sunday i nigh the maximum temperature Hen yesterday was 70, minimum 46 Clear according to Samuel a Norris official weather observer

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