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Served by United Press HOME MOTION Mm BljrtiKflUc Ocurttr Hetald LYTHEVLMj, &GLB COPIES FIVE CENTO,: CIp&s With VioUnc County Jury Votes' Secret Indictments Cards Swamp JTiafe — *__—^ -- :: »^ i : ** TIM SHUT Dizzy Holds Detroit to Six Hits; St. Louis Scores . Seven in Third. Cardinals Tigers R. H. E 11 17 1 o 6 r NAVIN HELD, Detroit, Oct. 8 —The St. Louis Cardinals of the National League won the major share of world .series glory and coin today when they defeated the Detroit Tigers of the American League in a one-sided game behind the shut out pitching of Dizzy Dean, 11 to 0. The Cardinals put the final game on ice In the third inning when they scored seven runs, They added two In the sixth and two In the seventh.' Mickey Cochrane, Tiger manager, used, six pitchers, Auker, Rowe, Hogsett, Bridges, Marberry .'and Crowder respectively. Dizzy was .in rare form, holding'the Tigers well in check all the way. 'The'.'scries went the full distance of seven games, the Cards winning four. First Inning Cardinals—Martin struck out, swinging at a third strike. Rothrock doubled to left center. Frisch filed out lo x Rogell at bhort Med- ,»ick popped out to O»en back of ..third No runs, one,hit, no er- rpib - ; Tigers -White grounded out Frisch to Collins Cochrane went out on a bounder, n-jsch .'to Collins. Gehringer filed-out-to Rothrock No runs, no hits, no errors Second Inning j, Cardinals -Collins singled into centir field Delancey grounded tq Owen uho whipped the ball to Gehungcr to Greenberg for> a fait double play ' Orsatti singled into right Orsatti was thrown «>», attempting to steal second, Cochrane to Gehringer No runs two hils, no errors. Tigers—Goshn grounded out Collins to Dean Rogell tapped a slow bounder toward Durocher who came in fast but his throw to Greenberg was in thc dirt and Hogell vas safe at first Durocher was gi\en an error on the nlav Greenberg struck out Owen grounded to Martin who threw to second, forcing Rogell 'no hits, one error No runs, Third Inning CnidinaLs— Durocher nicd out to White in center Dean doubled into left, barely ' beating Goshn's throw to second.' Martin beat out an Infield hit to Greenberg, Dean going to third. Martin - stole second. Rothrock walked, filling tne bases. .Frisch doubled into right scoring . Dean, Martin and Rothrock. : Schoolboy • Rowe replaced Eldon Auker as ',' the ' Detroit . pitcher. Medwick grounded out, Ro»c)l to Greenberg, • Frisch . going to third. Collins hit the first ball pitched Into left for a single, scoring Prlsch. Delancey doubled against ; the screen In -right field scoring Collins.? Hogsett, a south P3K', replaced Rowe as the Detroit pitcher. Orsatti walked. Dur- fntorl Bht flew, load- Deftn got »»hit scoring Delancey and «F,U , Ioadln S the bases. Martin walked, scoring orsatli and keeping the ,bags filled. Bridges a righthander, ^-as sent to the mound _for Detroit, replacing i Hogsett Hpthrock grounded to Gehringer who threw to Greenberg for the out. Seven runs, seven hits no errors. Tigers—Fox flied out to Orsatti Bridges grounded out, Frisch to Collins. While flied out to Orsatti. No runs, no hits, no errors. - Fonrib Inning-• Cardinals—Frisch grounded out, Gehringer to Greenberg. Fox took Medwick's fly Into right; Medwick'.; looper Into right was good for a - single.- Delancey grounded to Ceh- rlnger who threw to Rogell at second, forcing Medwick. No runs 0| ic hit, no errors. Tigers^-Co.chrane popped out to 'risen. Gehringer singled Into r. 1 -'-' Jjelct for the first Tiger hit ">e game. Goslln filed -out to Frlsch, who threw lo ^u,u, lorclug . Qehringer. No runs, hit, no errors. - : • • Ft«h Innin* filed Globe: Trotter Hjiire En Route to Louisiana Ralph Kennedy .Bradford, deaf mute globe trotter, vlsftoi Blytheville today oil his way to Louisiana to secure the signature of O. ,K. Allen, thc only governor whose autograph he has not -yet obtained. • ••;•'."After visiting Louisiana- Bradford plans to swing back up the country to New York to' visit "Believe It Or Not" Ripley. Bradford wns featured hi a Ripley cartoon in 1S30 and was an attraction at the "Odditorium" at, the. Chicago Century of: Progress where' 'his six scrapbooks 'containing hews.of his glob, .(rotting were oh display Bradford says that ' Blytheville mfl J° r d °mo of the New Deal Is the 4,028th'city he has visited dc(ell(Iccl hls chief today for no In' 11 years of wanderine over fulnlll "e all the pledges of the the world. Arriving here 'he re- De _ m< * ra "c platform, ceived letters ffoiii local officials testifying to his visit here «is«m««ii.«m ui uiu «KA, Kicnuerj The deaf mute hitch hiker says lcW the Rotllr y cll ib fit a meet he does not thumb rides but or.lv '" e in llle sherm!m hotel Ilia rides, when invited. He said he President was faced upon clec filHBffl Recovery Director Tell: Rotanaris . Roosevel _Made Right Choice: .CHICAGO, Oct. 9 ,.OJP>— DoilttU R. Rlchborg, President Hoosevel{'_ major domo of the New Dca: — --—. He said he only . rode three miles of the 21 miles between Haytl, Mo nnd Blv- anci "E the budget or feeding mil- thevllta. nn . Ufoliumu «i ''ons of hunerv. He ssiirl Prnsi- theville- on Highway, COTTON BEC[IPT5 NltftifiBl Stock Accumulating Rapidly, as Shipments; Continue Unusually Light. The Blvtheville plants of (h Federal Compress ami Wa'rehous company received 11,185 bales 'al cottonttet, week bringing,the^to- tti for-tire season to 54,337 Shlp- uenls continued much lighter than receipts, amounting to' onli-' 319i lales last aeek and 1687* bales or the season stock- on hand ast Friday was leported as 73859 bales Receipts for the 6 ta,te B.S a whole^ last week were 77,475 bales compared to 78,814 bales for the same week a year-ago, according o the weekjy compress report of the Arkansas Cotton Trade, as- oclatlon Last week v,ai the first mce the opening of the season o see receipts drop below the comparable week of last year ,, Receipts last week and for the season at the ten leading Ar- cansa compress points' and at he throe Missouri compresses fol Blytheville West Memphis Little Rock ine: Bluff McGchee •Jone'sboro lope leleha rexarkann •fagnoliu Caruthersville Haytl of o urocher flied out to Cfol- «n. D«an tanned, Uklrii thr« 11,165 •. 64,317 9,282. 52,451 5,808 .20,337 5641 '28557 4,643 16,880 3,700 11,922 3,510 12,747 2,985 16,730 2,980 11,484 2,917 5,385 5,472 23,812 2,200 12,358 3,018 . 18,754 W. E. RICHMOND & GO'S. AFTERNOON COTTON LETTER NEW ORLEANS. Oct. S-Cotton >nces remained on the downgrade oday, under scattered selling and iquldation by discouraged longs vhich . carried quotations to new ows for..the move, or about $10 per bale, under the.August highs. The news of the day was mostly against values and selling was promoted by' reports of the political assassinations at Marseilles, a crop estimate of 9,6*2,000 from a cooperative a«ociation; Intimation rom Washington that AAA proi for 1935 would aim at''a of 12,000,000 to 13,000,000 bales ,. Eeneral disappointment over the failure of effective "support to make its appearance anywhere- during the long decline o" few weeks. New Orleans high low close prev. close 1212 1210 1207- 12!.: 1224 1213 1217-18 1226 1230 1221 1227- 123^ 1231 1224 mo-bld!235 New York high low close prev. close 21* 1197 1202-031214 1223 1210 12H- 1225 12?9 1219 122J- 1231 1232 1221 1225-26 1239 past Dec March itfay July Dec Marcii May July It Is said that the Order of the Garter was Instituted ' bv m tai ««. wheri the of Salisbury dropped her while dancing .with him., swings. No rutis, no hits, no or <;^H EEL ^ Mo -- Thc Rev - A - rors. ; cr ~ Sadlter, for six years paslor „ TlgersHGrcenberg sinelert i*i 'I 16 Ba P lisl - church here, has re *M- center. oJ?» -K e< L. ln <° ****<*• Rev. ----- • - e i right- renter. Owen -fled oiit Rollirock. Fox doubled into center, tion with the alternatives of bal hungry. He said dent Roosevelt unhesitatingly cliost the latter course. ."Who is the man who dare; to stand before (he American people and to declare that we should not have saved millions of people from destitution', sufTering'-'aiiU actual .starvation last winter "am that in the face o! this demand for help we should have cut expenses and balanced ,thc budget?' he asked. "Communists cannot produce a revolution In this country but a blind, reactionary, inhumane government could breed a revolt in 30 dajs by adopting sucli a program' Richberg, who holds'^ the dua titles of executive director of the national emergency 'council and director of the - national recovery admlnlstrnf foil's * Industrial '-' emergency committee, chlded ''partisan critics'! who he said, were offering the nation 'a. quack reniedi for-lts economic ills. SET-UP-FOB- Blytheville Made Revenue; Division Headquarters for 19 Counties. Blytheville has been made headquarters for one of four stale •evenue department divisions es- :ablished under a reorganization Jlan announced at.Little Rock yesterday.: by Earl R. Wiseman, com-' m'ssioi\w of revenue. Other division leadquarters will be at Little Rock, McGehee . and Ei Dorado; Ira Hall has been named agent n charge of the Blytheville divis- on, which includes 19 counties. Under him will work Inspectors for :acli of the counties in the district. The new set-up, ii is be- fcved by Mr. Wiseman, will promote efficiency in' the collection of special state taxes. Counties in the Blytheville div- sion, with the inspectors nssigncct o each, arc: ' Baxter, Lanls Ashley, Salem. Clay, Brooks'Sheeks, Corning. Crnighead/ P. M. Gregg/ Jones- oro. ' ' •-'" - : . Crittenden, Med Donaldson,'; O. 3. Hamilton, Paul Bratton.'Roy O urtfs, all of _ West Mempfils. Cross, <3ordori ; Cooper, Wynne. Fulton,-"Lanls : "Ashley,' Salem.' Greene, c. 1 C. Futrell, Paragoulct Independence, ! ' i r.'Ch:irIcs ' Houston, Batesville.' ';.- , ' •• ' ; " r ; laird, D. ; O. Jdhnson, Melbourne Jackson, charies Hoiiston,. Bates- •llle. ' '"'•'"•• ' " : Lawrence, William DeArmah Hoxie. Lee, A. C. Bratcher, Marianna. Mississippi, A. F. Olascoe, Osceola. Polnsett, D. n. Lamb. Harris- burgh. Randolph, Kern Hall, Pocahon- 6S. Sharp, D. O. Johnson, Melbourne. Stone, D. o. Jolmson. Melbourne. St. Francis, L. B. Golden, Forrest City., •Woodruff, C. W. Angelo, Cotton Plant. Rev. J. W. Cunningham New Pastor at Steele Mo.—The Rev. A. B. of ,' ' J ' W ' . lss>1wry of llle Ncw Madrld . B «? ocf ?" 0a - who LAKErOHARLES,'La., Oct. 9 ( PI—One .of., the uiost bitter moi tlis of<..political cnmiHilgi'ilni; i thc lit'slpry: of Louisiana:.. w{ climaxed today; when .vplcrs in U 1 . third supreme .'court district', wen to the polls to elect a new su prcine court justice. They were to decide, betwec Srnalor Hiicy' P. Long's ciiiidltlitti. Lt. Gov. John ,B. Fouriiet, :au Judge Tlionim, F. Porter. Fcellri wns Intense, fanned by Inceiidla: oratory on both sides. One man was stabbed last nlei. durlng n porter rally at Atexaii dria. Thc man, Joseph E.-Cruse was in an Alexandria hospital; to day. His nssallnnt escaped. Senator Long's brothers, EoY and Julius, both attorneys, WeV prevented from exchanging • Won Saturday only through iiitervcn tiou of Mends. Enrl support. Huey while Julius' Is one of th Klngflsh's bitterest: foes. The campaign has split wtd open (lie bar of the third suprein court district. . Even families 1 nr divided ngnlnsl one another. Convicted of Assault ,Fo: Part in Row Involving Colony Workers. '-} • T ?)'!p r '; ; wicker was' - fined »J50 SlOO "bclhy suspended,'-' for assaul with a deadly 'weapon, arid'. his son; P. L. Wicker, was fined $50 and given a 30-day jail- sentence ater suspended, for nggravnt« Tssiiult by Municipal Judge 'C. A Cunningham. Appeals were token by. both men. The Wickers .were, fined -as a result of a disturbance which oc- :urred at Main and :Dlvision street ibout two weeks ago among loca! employes of the Dyess colony. Young Wicker-and several others became .-involved in an argument Wicker claiming the others hue been "riding" him. He left the corner, went to nisi home,, told his father of the disturbance and re- urned with a board! striking one of the men and attempting lo trike another. The elder Wicker, vho said he was a deputy sheriff, arrived shortly after his son re- urned to the corner intent, he ratified, on arresting "them all." Wicker testified that he meant o arrest all and did bring his on in but denied that he held ils gun on others to protect his on while he struck them with he board. State witnesses testi- icd that Wicker held the gun on hem while his son used the board. Clarence Wilson, sheriff, denied hat Wicker was n deputy under ilm. explaining that he had been ised as n special watchman on oc- nsion but was not iT regular dcp- ily or one at the time of the, isturbance. , Edgar Lee was found guilty of sing unlawful license plates. His fine will be-assessed today. Highway Patrolman - Armstrong found he.plate On-'Lee's car. It was an Id Nebraska''tag which had been ralnted over Iri duplication of Ar- •ansas'; license plates. ' : Frank Doss waived examination >n a charge -of robbery and was >rdered held f; to the grand Jury I' a $750'-bond. • Trial of Emma Lou Cathey on charge of Illegal possession of ntoxlcating Ii qu0 r was set for Thursday. Warren Ford was fined $10 and iven 10 »nys ; for petit larceny. Edwins McCulloiiBh was held to he grand jury on a charge of elhn? liquor. Her bond was set Fines and forfeitures were or- lered against 13 degendanls on harges of public drunkenness. One i.tn was cleared of a drunkenness hargc.. ; . Jail Building for Steele Authorized STEELE, Mo.-The city council f Steele. has authorized the contraction of a new concrete jail, o he built near the present old vooden structure.. - Later, If cilv Inances, permit, a city hall will e added. Mayor N. Johnson, E. i. Albrllton, and Curl Shccley ave been appointed lo superin- end .tlie project, c. C Azblll, who his moved to Tyler. , Present System Gives Lis- leners What They Wan Says Newspaperman. cmcAao,,oci. 9 <ui>) - The theory that government ownership 'f broadcasting fuclllUes would "'lug education and culture to He air Innes was contrasted lo- Iny in 11 debate between two nu- Ucmnlly known jiubllshers with n conviction that suppression of fret speech would bi: Its only result. More limn SOO educators and broadcasting company officers hiMird Bruce- nilvcns, editor uf tlie New Hepubllc, propa^B that rndlo listeners be elven a ctianct to vole on a proposal to placL such a man 115 President Robert Mtiynanl Hutchlns of the University of Chicago In charge of broad- rast program planning. "Rndlo Is almost useless, todav' he said. . '' 'He answer given by B. 11. Hnrrls, publisher of the Richmond Ind., Paltadluui-Item and chairman of the rndlo commission o the American Newspaper Publishers association, wns a contention tnnt radio listeners do vote on their programs now with advertisers counting thc voles from their ledgers, "It must be snld in favor of the broadcasters," Harris , said "that they, are experimenting • .to the nth degree to give the public-what It wants. Because they nre not producing ,what we believe., the puljllc;:.»houid' hear -we should not take sfcps which ' maj destroy a democratic system anc substitute a -dictatorial system." Control over • the radio, Hnrrls predicted, would be followed . by its use against, a free : 'press. -limination of Unnecessary Hazards Will Cut Property Losses. With the best anmml record .of nls department almost within each and the lowest yearly nre "-, in Blytheville lor many years prospect Fire Chief Roy Head "day urged citizens of thp' city 0 inspect their proiwrty with a 'lew to eliminating ns many nre hazards ns possible. With Fire Prevention Week, Wiling yesterday, underway Chief ieari asked Blytheville residents o make every effort posslWc to rauce the number of fires for 934 which at this time bids fair ° show the lowest fire damnge ^ally in many years The chief, in a stntcmcnt, said: Go over the whole house, up 1 the attic, In closets, down in « cellar, and all out-of-the-way Places, and remove all rubbish and legless accumulations of thln°s o bum. Provide metal cans to hold debris. This Is one of thc lost, useful fire jprcvenlion msa- """:s you can carry out. Carj- iy discarded ..-"smokes", mat- i, or ; sparks;- from stoves or "rnaces, will often go out of u, K W " " CCOr<l 1( lllcr « Is no "bblsh or other combustible ma- erlal to Ignite. i "Check up j-our heatfne enuin- [«it. Make sure that smoke "pes are clean, in good repair, «urcly supported and at least a oot from woodwork or combustible natcrial. Don't put a penny be- Ind a W orn out fuse. Such mctlccs invite nre and are much °« prevalent." Massachusetts VilUgers Hunt Wild^Dog Packs HLFORD, Mass. (UP) — The owns of Oxford, Aufiurn and Mill, "ry have Issued special penults > hunters for one of this sec- imis b ' Sge;St ' and nlost " iulsual The woods In these towns'have een Infested with packs of wild ogs which attacked several men »<! killed a hunting dog. According to Commissioner El- *rt M. Crockett, of Milford. a roup of licensed hunters arc kill's these dogs, although the hunt- 'g season doesn't open until Oct. 0. A *5 bounty, is paid for each ilmal Building Material Men Will Undertake Cooperative Campaign Mere. A four weeks campaign lo nc- cmnlnt residents of Blytheville and vicinity "with ihe fedcrnl hoiis- I»B adnilnistrntlon's ucllcr hons- ine program was decided upon following n mecllnij this morn- Ing nt wlilcli Chmles Stuck, Jones- toro, director of thc better housing program for norlhenst Ar- Aknnsas outlined lo local building material • (lenient nutl directors of the Chnmber of Commerce what had already been accomplished In a_ similar campaign nt Joncs- boro. The . Ihice, local lumber concerns, ihe B, C. nablnson Lumber Co., the East Arkansas Uulldcrs Supply CO....IMU; the /}rk-Mo Liim- bcr co + ,- arc taking thc lend In the movement. Thoy plan, however, to Invite Ihe co-operation of all dealers in building supplies and cnulpnic.nl, contractors, nml others interested In the program. v A successful campaign for the stimulation of iniprovemcn'ts nnd new bulUilng bencllls tlio cnllm community, Mr. Stuck iMinted out, because of the laieu proportion of money spent on such work which:, goes directly into payrolls Mr., stuck said tlmt at 'joncs- boro an advertising campaign had resulted In numerous Inquiries from property 1 owners concerning repairs, Improvements, and new coii- sl ™, c .t |oJ V, i">4 .that, a .conslder- inidu^ yay. "Tlierd Is n world' of, business for those who go after ,IL". he declared. . Director Optimistic MEMPHIS..OCI. a (UPi-kVim,i- In'g- from, n-'nylng trip 'li'^LItl'le Rock where, lie Installed Attyf Gen Hal Norwood as the new state housing: director, Hugh' Humphreys regional director of tlie • federal housing' administration, said todaj lljal Arkansas was swinging rapidly into the spirit of the better housing program. .' ''. Humphreys snld: "I see the same thing nil over thc reeion. , Banks are getting Into action rapidly and Joans are only n small Indication of thc repair and modernization work being done." '• -~ WALNUT R100E, Ocl. 0 (Ul')~ 1-our secret lijtllctmcjils were returned by the Lawrence county (H'imil Jury [odny. H wn., lioll»v«i they were for extortion and bill)- Tlie, imy begun Investigation ycs- S"L °' ^'ort'o" «"'! l"'lbery coui , , d former stale se.mtor. ' c ' el " n| nf l)! tlie S! r » W Wl ' lch I>L ' •'> tlU1 wcrc "l»llt- Nnture of Ihe chorees wns kept secret but It was understood llicy were In connection with aliened liromses lo nol-pros Imllelments imil to rcconiincnd siisiieiuted scu- Dr. Warren Smith, 65, Is Victim of Accident Late .! Yesterday. Dr. Warren ' Smllli, G5-yctir-old Holland physician and former coroner, of Pemlscol county! Mo" •""'.instantly killed when struck . « ear on Highway .ill, about three miles above (he Arkansas- Missouri stale line, lale yesterday afternoon. ' Rev. V. E. Butterworth and Family Arrive From California. ' The Rev. V. E. Butterworth, new pastor of the First Christian church, and his family, have arrived here from: El Centre, Cal., jnd nre now ,at home in life former Latlmcr residence on Hcnm street. The new pastor, \vho wns born at. Joplin, Mo., was educated at the Bible college, of Phillips University nt. Enld,-;;okla. Since'his Sraduatlon he has' held.'pastorales it, .Niimpa. Idaho;. Salt' Lake Cily, Utah nnd El Centro, where ' ha S)»nt the past four, years. : Mrs. Butlcrwofth olso attended Phillips university where she spe'c- allzcd in religious education. They lave two sons, eight and 11 vears of age. The Hev. Mr. Bulterworth, who will also be pastor of the church at Osecola, will conduct morning services and vespers here and will go to that city for the even- ng hour for the present. He replaces tlie Rev. B.'K. feline r,' pnsior for six years, who became pnstor of the State Street church at El Centro, former pn's- torate of the Hev. Mr. Butterworth. Will Seek Extradition of Bruno Hauptmann TRENTON, N. J., Oct. 9 (UP) — Allorncy General David T. Wilenlz of. New Jersey and District At- orney Samuel Foley of Bronx county, New York, will leave for New. York this nfternooti with xtradltlon papers for tne removal )f Bruno R. Hauplmann lo tills late, Qov. A. Harry Moore announced. driver • al the • tlcnjfi , car. He was. absolved :,of blame by a coroner's Jury linpimelcd at the scene of, the accident by .Dr. "J-'\V Rhodes, Pemlscot coroner. Tlic'nc- ddent was described ns unavold- ablq by nil wltnp.wes. ' Dr Smith hnd stopped his car on the side of: tho highway and crossed over to : the other sloe afoot to talk to occupants of'aii- o.lhcr_ machine. , On his return across the highway he stepped squarely Inlo Ihe path of Rnprlck's Dr. Smith wns a prominent pioneer citizen and landowner of Pemlscot county as well ns former coroner. He was' well known 'KhQiil (he entire counly ner«l services will be held al o clock Thursday alternoon at the lioiuc of a daughter, Mis. Same Wnyman, 234 Williams street,' Stolon, Mo. The Rev Father Woods will officiate at the services Interment will be trade DI Slkcston. The Cobb Uticlertafcing company l s in charge of funeral arrangements. .Dr. Smith Is sun'Ived .by 'four daughters. Mrs. Ho ;i e, Crow, ; of Tcxn.% Mrs. Wnyraun, Mrs • Jessie Grant., of Morley; Aro., nnd Mrs Phillips, of Carulhersvllle *_son, Fred Smith) ol Osccola, -n slser. Mrs. Ann Prcsnell,.of Flal i i. I Mo., and Julius a half brother, of California Mrs. Callie Farrow of Caruthersville Hurt r ^RUTHERSmLE, Mo. -Mrs. Cnllfe Farrow, about 60 n serious cut on her face am severely bruised about the was returning from Memphis hiJ, •» . s , 011 ', ""J'n 101 "!. "ashed 1 ^ '""Phone polo on the «mlli edge of loivn. A truck, was c»r anil 1" R™TO 01 , 0f Ule Farro * "8 to turn Into a side .'street. Farrow wrenched the wheel In a desperate attempt, to avoid col- •lon. and the car bounded over ^'ww' lnt ° thc P" 10 ' T ho iidsnield was shattered, a piece •IKing Mrs. Farrow on the nose cutting a gash bone deep nbout wo inches long/She was rushed o the Melhodtst hospital at Mem- Phis where It was reported she vas resting well. Young Croatian Steps to' Running Board of,Carl and Fires Fatal Shots, i MAI(SEIl,LES, France, 'Oct 9' Ister Louis nnrthou were shot to' Eiiiope with n 'pollll'coT'repercus-' slon thai recalled the assasslna-' lion nt Seinjevo In 19H of Arch.' dtike FiiincL> Fcidlnorid of Austria, leading to the World war Enrojwnn nfralrs, with France, iyy, Geimany, Jugoslavia and the other members of the Lltfle Gntcntc juggling for a balance of Dower, will undoubtedly by pro-" fnundly allccted by the assassin^' (Ion On Mission to France i' .The king wns shot Just after- lie Inndctl here from a Jugoslav- Inn vvmshlp on an Important 'mis-> slon nilcctlng the Jugoslav-French Italian lineup. As he took his place In an off!-' cinl automobile alongside Barthou the assassin, Just as In the-Sara- jevo Incident, stepped to the run- ' nlng board nnd fired shots at the* klifg .A chauffeur deflected his aim by a blow of his fist after the first, few shots hail wounded the kin's" niorlnlly. Bnrlhou, hts arm broken by n bullet, tried to, shield the King nnd «as fatally wounded/ In the abdomen. The'king J 0 u unconscious on the floor of the car, bleeding from the mouth and chest. He mis taken to the ^Marseilles police prefecture where he died at about 5 pin ' > ' Barthou died at 5;4s pm.'.after n blood transfusion hod failed' Assassin Trample^ -<t)n<ler Foot ' (After thc shooting police with sabers charged the crowd which had surged forward in mad excitement. The ahrong trampled on scores, Including the body of the assassin who was brought ' down,by sabers and a police bul-' Three women spectators, and'' two guards v,ere seriously wounded, making the total five daad nnd six critically wounded besides injury .with minor Injuries ~" The dead were tire king, Bar- thou, Oenerjil . George of the French army, the assassin, and Marshal Dejmipriejei Itch of tha .Jugoslavian court, ' \ The crllicaDy wounded Included Admiral Bcrthelot, French marina prefect at Toulon The assassin was Kalem Petrus a young Zagreb business man of Croatian origin who belonged, to a , secret political society pledged to kill the king because of his dictatorial methods The Oroa- tlans allege the king was destroying Croatian autonomy. . Military Role Ukely BELGRADE, -Jugoslavia, Oct" S (UP)—Jugoslavia probably will b'a ruled by a military dictatorship" in the name of Prince Pctar successor to the throne, It was --'r the country can be kept from civil war depends entirely on the ability O f the military to oppose Hie minority racial elements such as the Croats and Slo- who Injured When Auto Strikes Farm Wagon LEPANTO, Ark.-Mrs. J. W. Mc- iitosli, living on the HOIIman Jrothers plantation, northeast pi Lcpaiito, was severely Injured when the wagon in which she was riding with her family was knock- a off the road by a passing mo- orlst. She/ received a broken rm and several less seiere Injures, while the. rest if the family scaped with minor injuries. Juarez Cofion Farmers Used Strike as Protest JUAREZ, Me.v..XUp)-Six thousand Juarez valley farmers paralyzed this section's cotton Industry with a strike in protest agalmt an eieven-pesos-per-baic tax levied by he state.' ' • :: Farmers contend that the tax will be borne entirely by produt- crs and'- that it Is unjust during the dry spell. The state contends that consumers will par at least one-half..of the tax. .- : . A committee of valley community mayors left for Chihuahua City to ask Oov. Rodriso^Qucvedo ani the legislature to repeal the t»x. WEATHERT ARKANSAS—Partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday Cooier In cist portion Wednesday. Mcmphte and V fruity—Partly cloudj tonight and Wednesday cooler Wednesda> The maximum temperature here' yesterday was 80,' 11110111111™ j. 44 clear, according to Samuel K Norris, official «eather ab»*r«ri

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