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i* Served by the United Press FTHEVILEE THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEABT''.ARKANSAS AMD 80DTHIA8T MISSOURI HOWEHltTrON VOL. XXVII—NO. 205 .BlythevlUe Courier, Blythtville Herald, Biythevllle Daily News, Mississippi Valley Louder. 131 A'THEVILLE. ARKANSAS, \VKDNESDAY. iNOV m\ 12, 1930 SINGLE COPIES Flfa CENTS TOftCl LfllERIH ON ffi MfllER Call ; Meeting. Expected:Union Citv Butane Plant Viewed Yesterday. - The city council held a brief session at thc city hall last night d3- votcd mostly to routine business and adjourned subject to a call meeting at which a' definite step toward Ihe granting of a i^as fran- c'nlrc will probably h-3 taken. The citv aldermen, with tlic exception of E. R. Jackson, third ward councilman, who was detained in (he' dtv by business, viewed th' "bL'tans" gns system-recently cpm- phlert at Union City. Tenn., yesterday and returned here in time for .'the sess'mi at the "city hall last 'nigVt. "Dr. H.- ! 'S. Davis, second ward alderman, was not present a' thc meeting.' . ' , .Order Tr.xls Ousted Tlie ccuncUrnen decreed that "lasi «rner" at Main and Second r|rppte-intist KO nnd suggested to M. G. Goodwin, chief of police, thnt JM order taxi operators to desis' from usin? thc northwest cnrne" of Ihe intersection for their "business stand." The council siiippstul | tr-at the police chief, by vivtuc of j authority vested in him bv an or- | dinancc-passed last spring, "brea'r up" the concrntr.ntion of tnxi businesses at that corner in particular arid anv others >vhe're taxi stands Revival of War Memories Fatal to Former Hero NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 12 (UP) — TCI Captain Matlon Schley Dovis war was a hell he could not forget. Nerves shattered by his Master Farmers of Arkansas ichceil In France, Captain Davis stayed at home yesterday while his former .buddies 9elfibratcd Armistice day at ^a : Fayettc square. Suddenly a, 21, gu'iv". salute began to boom. At each gun the captain flinched. "Why don't they forget it? Why do they keep bringing it back?" He raised his voice ,hls face was purple. "Can I forget it? I saw my frtends m&wod down, I saw them torn to pieces. I was so frightened once I'ran blindly forward." Then Captain Davis smiled- Tlie cclebratars were founding taps. ?.' Captain Davis, former .newspaperman • and wwld war hero, fell back in hLJ crla'ir, dead. . . ' Members of the council aho su?- fiestcd th!"t thn taxi -operators misht rent a building or vacant lot and conduct thciv business as oth- - ers are conducted. Complaints' on "laxi corner" were. registered. by practicallv all of the aldermen.'-. On motion of Alderman Thomn- 5on. the room in the city hall known as the '.'boy scout room" was ordered vacated and prepared for R ."hobo quarters" to house th? number of transients who sleen tr fee boiler room of the c.itv hall T* was plated that such a practice had already cost the city money in re- rxiirs to the furnace and mieht K- ''jult in almost irreoarahle -lama»' It the room continued to be used by tranlents as sleeping quarters. Another motion by Alderman '"'Thomoson. pass»rt by the council was "that -the $10 ncr month- salary J "fnf "Sts5™qnrey Woodjnirri as -"- International Agreements ; Inadequate to Prevent War Says Joe'T. HELENA, Nov. 12 (UP)—Senator Joe 1. Robinson in on Armistice day speech here yesterday said mere, treaties arc- inadequate 'to; avert .war and. are just "scraps of paper." , • . • j "If they were adequate", he said, "there would be no need for cither army or navy." . | "We cannot take away from any i nation'the. right of self defense and of- course and their wives gathered here today to be honored as .the state's 1930 class, of master "Men may prophecy and women may pray, but until men have the j. spirit, "of peace we should'stimu-1 late national defense", he said. | - College'.. of Agriculture, Extension Lone Robber Escape* Wi^, $10,009 Bank Loot PEOSIA. ILL.,..Nov.' : !l2 (UP)— The Bartonville .State. Bank, which i-eoptned"a,weet ago", was 'robtfed ' '•''" .... _____ _____ _____ , _____ ._ ... stenoprapher bs dlsroritinued on of $16.000 by -a ba Nw. 15. Mira Woodburn has oc=u- The 'rcbber foun bandit today.' ' d W. W.- pled the "bov scout room" as e v -. ecu'ive secrela.rv for the scint . rouncil. it is understood. It wa 1 ; Ei]»gcsted that Tuarfers at th,'- c<-nrt hous» might sonn be available fnr the • scniit work. Want Filing Cabinet '. . The city council on a motion by Alderman Hughes .unanimous!*', passed a motion Instructtionp; Citv Attorney Ivy W.-Crawford to take proiier action lo secure the return of a filing cabinet, said to b? th" properly of Ihe city, from .Turt?" Oeorge W. Barhjm. or payment for same. It was stated tint Judqe Bar ham had the cabinet remove/! I 1 his office about two years ago b°- fore he v;ent out- of offlca as polic'- Judee wilh the understandinq! tl>sit >-n v/n? to purchase it. .Jud»e Barham, it was stated, contended tint the cabinet cost nhoitt S32 while .th- city contends It cost S45. The iiKi"" bnd rtccl.ired his willineness to pay the smaller price, it >.vas stile'd. The "fire outside the clt.y limits' 1 problem bobbed un ni?ain hafir 1 ! t* r council when Fire Chief Roy Head subletted his monthly -remr' showini; that th.3 ileparlment li---' ans\vered three calls only to fln-i' that the fires were outsfdn t':e rlr- ' limits and (hat the denartment ha--" proceeded to do its best under th" circumstances. Various opinions were express;;! by Ihe aldermen, some statins - fh=* Ihe trucks should be ordered hi-'when the fires were discovered outside the limits, others voicing *)" oninion lhat such a plan coul' hardly br practiced. Mayor Nelll Reed rt?tcrt th->t f »m,]rt nrnh'.blv bi best lo Inform property owners near the city limits, but outside, who expected nr" Action, to make arrangempnis Mth the fire department tn nrotcct lt>«l- rrOBertv before.the Immediate noet' Of assistance and protection arcs- Tnere the matter rested.. ton, president, and Mrs:. Phyllis Kuhn, cashier, alone. He locked them in a back room while he looted the cage and vault; and escaped. The bank closed several months ago when a $37.000 shortage wus found In the accounts of the former .president. This wul be the. second iwarded the because of their success as farmers, as good citizens, and as leaders in their communities, counties, and state. . T. Roy.Reid; assistant"director"'ot the University of Arkansas College of "Agriculture. Extension •: Service, will'open the program" following the banquet with congratulations "and; welcome to the Arkansas 1930'Mas- ter Farmers. J. H. McClaln of" the United States Department of Agriculture will speak on the "rela- : lion of dairying to master farrning.- The woman's part in the making of a master fanner will be." the-ail- dress by Miss Connie J. Bondage!, state home demonstration agent of the University ol Arkansas Culle'se. of Agriculture Extension .Service.' The program will be concluded by the presentation of the.- certificates to the masters farmers and, their Hives by Dr. Tail Butler, editor .'of- the Progressive Farmer-Southern RuraUst. ', \;. "$•:': i.' - The class of 1930 Includes tuclc'r! Sloan, livestock farmer of Lawrence county; B." 0, Balch,.dairy farmer of Conn-ay- county;" H. 1 'D. Dllday, rice former, "of.'.'Arkansas coiinty; Snillh A'. Johnson; 'cotton farmer of> Crltlendcn cotirity; Henry H/ NRff, cottch farmer .bf'.Ashley couri- &/; John Glover, fruli, poujiry and flalry farmer of Benton county; :l. R. Rothrock, .fruit farmer of Washington . co un ty;. W. E. - Lee, cotton and truck farmer of Hempstead 'county;, J, H. Alexander, planter of Pulaskl county, and W; H. Murphy, .livestock farmer of. Jackson county. .--"'.' .':.'.-, "' Hoover Starts Red Cross ;Drive Girl Student Found Dead in Dormitory Room ANVILLE, Pa., Nov. 12.. (UP)—"I Miss Bernlce Raimon, 19, of Elizabeth. N. J., freshman at Lebanon Valley, college here, was found dead I in her room at thc college today. | The cause of her death was not j determined and a consultation j among physicians had not resulted j in a decision, the coroner reported. Stat? Audition Winners x Will Compete at Dallas' HOT SPRINGS, AP.K., Nov. 12 (UP)—Rc-ss Graham, Hot Springs, and Miss Marguerite Womack of i Nashville, Ark., winners of the state audition contest several weeks a^o, will compete over station -WFAA, Dallas, Friday and Saturday for thc district title. " . Excessive Withdrawals Blamed for Closing of One, Loans for Other.. The Security-feank of Parandiild, one of tliraj lij' that city, failed to jopen its doors, for business this morning and officials of the bank nal'lflcd the slate bank commissioner of Us closing.- The Bunk of Senalh, Scimlli, M'i,> Is.-, in the hands of the Missouri s'tal.l bank- Ing department, hnving' suspended business Monday! . :,-• A constant withdrawal 'of de- iwstts was given ns ^'"reason for tl: : ? closing of the Parfcgould bank, Aec'tding to a (iatoient OVCT $300,000 in deposits »,'Bfewithdrawiv from the bank" withtirthe' p«Jt 90 days. Loans 'were, not excessive! It was slated. . -•:•'•' : .' •' .." Plnns for a (wsslbto reropciiiug of the tank lire being considered. It JJ "iinilerstood,. but • offlcliils arc Bwhitlhg the arrival of a state bant <x>mmlssloner, R. H. Holey Is pres.iaeiit ar|d K B, 'Casttaberry, c'ashler, J "6f thc .bank. The bank Has established" In 1900, , Eteesslve loans .on the baiJs of the..present -cotton crcp situation rare blamed to a big', extent for the,,cl6slng' of.the Seimth ; bank. Deposits in the bank 'totalled J6Q,- OOO.'bllls payable' $28,000 and'loans JM.OOO'-according io J. W. Karnes, cashier: .. • . .; The" Bank of "Sehath was organ- d hi '.1803 and' ^-0:1 the oldest' batik'lii Scnath and one of 'the oldest In Dunklin county. Sharp Rally Puts Cotton Market Up NESV YORK, ijfgv,' (2 -(UP) — Strong rallying tehdenclei swtipt, ovre the New York cotton exchange In the late afternoon today, 'carry- Ing prices up. about IMS a bale irom the lo\vs established around noon and to gains of about $1.25 a bole over (he previous closing level. At the close Ihe Hit was 21 to 25 points higher wlth.mcst positions only a few points below the hij'.i for the session. Heavy buying and covering b) 1 professional operators ran the market into stop loss or. tiers late In llio 'session, which slnmpcdcd .the bearish contingent. Contracts were scarce, buying became general, while hedge selling tapered sharply. KNOXV1LLE,. Tenn., Nov. 13. UP)—The Holston-Union National bank, .one of Knwcvtlie's three ria- lonal banks, failed.to open;today. Directors Issued a statement s'ay- Jig- because of heavy withdrawals he bank's affairs had been' placet In'the hands .of the".comptroller o! urrency. ' •• ..' •• . Rogers Caldwell of Nashville whoso company's affairs last week were placed in the hands of i a Clerk Ruth Hanna as Kidnaper CHICAGO, Nov. -12 (UP) — The declaration oil' a".- '$25,000' ; damage iMit by Qeorge L: Cole,' a c',nk, against Mrs. Ruth" McCormlck, un'succeulul . candidate fra- united States \Mnator7wH~fi 1 ed In. superiors covttoday.'/:-' i It charges' Cole . was V.kidiiapfd and held prisoner in a hotel for six dayu • * ' ' ' Wi.%C. Dannohberg, head of a private deleoVJve. agency -wlitph ' " World -. Famed Physiqist . Accepts California; Ob- :ServatoryV ; :Invitatibn, '•j BERLIN," .kov. "12" (UP)—Profeij- s6r. 'Albert Einstein',• .'famous scientist wh/vwas named 6y George Bernard. Shaw as one of . the eight lire a I'"maters of universe" '•in'hfs- t.e'ry. has accepted an invitation'-: lo undertake;special reiearch^work.at Mt. Wilson observatory "Kt Pasa- c'f'.ia, .C.al. .....' .. ' . •' ~ He - will, spend' three months;. In .Vnirlca. '•'-. ."_,-. ' . ; - ". 'Einstein'expects to' sail' fr Ihe United Statsv; late; In .November. He' will travel strictlyUncognlto. i The name of.the ship on which h* I will'-be a pair.enger will be kept j ccrret. . . .---.,.. j Einstein will be accompanied by ! h 1 '. n-;fe, an assistant and a Kcre- ! lary. -retained" to dov< Senator- Oerajd P. Nye, chairman of the senate primary ex p'e'ndltures committee, also wa'i named as a. defendant. / Estimate October Cotton Consumption at 441,OOC W : YORK,'^ Nov. 12. (UPX— Consumption of cotton by domestic mills durhog "October was estlmatec today at 441,000 bales. by the New York' cotton exchange service.. This .compares with census bu reau figures of 304,321 bales -con surned'lri September and 630,150 in October, • 1929. • ' Dudley and Barrett'Is 1 Architect Wright Claims j-i trutt lhat ;hc Red cross' m-mbuship cuve this jcar may b- raora Air.ericans Not Original I si;cccs -' rul t! - an cvcr fce . r " •• -: • ! njainst the suffering of War ..Veterans Observe N . Armistice Anniversary Nearly a hundred me'mbers o the American -. Legion ;• and othc veterans'df'.the World war attend ed .the. Armistice Day cetcbrnllo held by Dud Cason' post at the clt hall auditorium last night. The ex-soldiers lined up for feed to open the program, and lat er sang array sows and talked ove old times.' Virgil Greene spok , . . , , _. briefly, recalling memories of the E'.V JoneSfJOro' LAW Firm first Armistice Day In Prance ami Withdrawals. Blamed:' Rogers • Caldwell Was Heavy, Borrower. :ahk(rV owned l' p . 10( Anh - Repeal menl of Chairman Fess Stirs Iro of Illmoisan." > ' WASHINGTON Nov 12 (UP)- , controversy.over • prohibition?di-r- velo|;«l within the- .Republican'•'•• > larty today as President Hoover'qAj aw enforcement commissl'vn. weijt•*»• forward' with, preparation ' qf-'tiwV'j 1 report which is awaited : 'as'.r 'thVVj. most Irajwrtant pronouncement-on , : N the liquor BUbJcct in years,'-•,'• H'-;•/-!.' Despite the.c™missloncrirs't»te::'; ; f: cnt that all reports.regarding j^sftv^ iidings on prohibition were' ''pure '•'". ''; conjecture," rumors •'persisted: irthB '-. t'. rciwrt bc-lug draftedjfor.presentiV•''>' Ion to Presldent;.Hoover arid Con;Ci.f." grosj contained.either . rwommen- ; '--vi:' dntlon for modification -toj.' : i)fer(RltX''v' beer or the calling 'it ;a~'national. \ convention to.'icbnsidei 1 . (tit s: 'repi?i?i' {• of the- 18th amenden>rit; : ';$> ;'-.^;i*.v'^?, • Soma wet J^publlcaxui. critlct»(d; -. Chairman Simeon' [D.. "F*ss.;.of;-ti>e?4j Rcuubllcan natlDhal :commlttee~vf6f i-:* *<•. . ..Republican national :commlCtee"/tof 4; . . to cons'U14r''tbe A .f.Vi- nt election.-' '-.'/V- ?,;!' ' al to deinah'd i .mating ''.6f,.tr(e..;: tatlonal committee':. to '' vcsults" of tlia'. r«ent , "If Senatbr.'Pess -.Is 7 so. bllrid-. or ;':;<;• so Intolerant that- 1 he' cahriot -.in': V'lf alj-M the 'do^U-e! of-'milllcins..;M : S voters ... In .' progresdve -. - northern . states 'the national committee ' should elect 'another ic for,; the arid -'senaf.r' further presses his -party," Brittin '"said. . . shares of trie Holston Union bonk' .tcck, a minority Interest. . J. Basil- Ramsey, president 'of Hoi ston Union,-, admitted -.last- week logers Caldwell had been a heavy lorrower at the bank for some time but had not exceeded the letal Um- t of »125,000. In "that -statement temaey said, the Holston -Union bani was not coririecttd.wlth Cald-: well and «xnp»ny.' . 'i- ; : ... , ''•' The "city-ol KnojcYUlB;vl»d br- twccn $350,000 and »4MW on de- poelt In/the HoJUooCnton^btik. A Urge - part of thl*. turn • r^pmerited' proceeds from ttOO.WO of bbod« /sold •twrml wtrtt.^:iot x th'. of 'a .bridgt acrou the " already • under : cpnslructlon. .The nidge, i bond money was distributed equally among KnoxVUle's threena- tlonal. b«nks. ' .: ... . •'•'•. Commtaton Hears-Dottow.;; ;;••;: WASHINGTON, Nov. 12: (UP)^- '"!; Two representatives oJ..tho-,Anier]- ' ;k can Medical, association ap'peawSl-.;.•" ji ;oday - before. ; -:Presldepf,.- Hopvef's•; -'I": aw enforcement commission .which" v"fi ; 1 InVertmeat : Banking House Closes PHILADELPHIA, Nov. '; 11. (UP)— Smith ,Brolhers .and company, In- vewnent : bankers; and brcke'fs, ;today: closed. Its doora. : ' ., ••"-. • Hundreds of .per&oriiv including customers of i .concern, rniiied, " ' around .the'-closed", doors ahd'read the : nrtice which'read:. •" • "Smith Brothers and Company have this day decided to cease business and are.voluntarily liquidating th»lr affairs.": .. In financial' clrclej the concern was regarded as sound. ' 65 Lepers Released from U.S. Institution in Decade WASHINGTON,. .(UP) — During the put ten yearti 65 lepers have been released fr,om . the National Leprosarium; 'an Institution coii- ducted by the Public Health Serv- hlbitlon preparing Its report on pijo^.- ; j: Drrwililam V; Woodwart, iegitt V latlve representative I of''..the,''a>sb^ '•'.;';'. elation, arid Dr. William M^Mayer, >•• were: the 'two who-appeared," '-.'-';'•;.:"'.;•; - — " cMnnilislan;" " -1 " ' •--••••• , ... close what quwtloi^' (bey,-"jiere *&• •";*'"{' ed: or ; what t«t<^my.;'jtoey.' prfe;"SS-j"--' -• j] " MILWAUKEE, . . (UP).— AJrieriia's i- : iiiUllorialre '• brew? -, :: ,y i " «rs and bottlers iniet k injsepar»fe " f conventions, today .fe'dlscuss"ajnong:^.i other things the'stile-of grape'juios--.:-•{• guaranteed ,{6;.turn" fyto wine .ahd<V:; the possible modification "of the ' i prohibition laws. 1 -,--.,"v.•:;;-.'. ^-••_ if $v ;-.| ; "' J .The" bbttleri • convention .-was .»ttv"'i' tended by delegates'."of -iHrras'whicli ';<Q : manuf£cture t .hon-a^cohbllo. 'carbons hajed beveragej'/,Tlieir ;ljusihess'. has!;' 3j Increased, remarkable/.'slnbe j'p'rohi---'3; bltlon. While the s&da pop and:'igtn^?. ; -'.' g«r ale. men extolled the virtues ati'.v-:.- Volsleadism .the brewers expressed^: r hope for the return'of beer. ;::-';#- •'-. Will MaihUia Present . -ii4 Post (Hfite ' WASHINGTON,' Nov! 12. {Up')^ : ?': Assurance that the post.'oface. de-; ^ partment ' would ^ hot. lay off'.arre v : r more rural m'all carriers or aubsU'-'- '•, tute city emplpyes was glven'-today '•:.'. by President Hwver "and Pcstmasf." : ••". ter General Brown;s'• ' '••. ' *„: " The assurance was'.given to Rep^ '"•'! resentatlve". Kendall, Republican! fl Pennsylvania, who Imd called-at' the White House tp prqtest against. 1 abolishing postal twsltions during MADISON, Wis.,, (UP) — Con- '. charity in the normal senre of gift without cblJcalic,n .tempt for "thc •-- • • conscious fear before. The Red CTOSE. is our national insurance, JONESBORO, Ark.— Annquncs- dlsastor in any part of our country. It Is not! ment has been mads that a law urging veterans of the wdr to stand, together In the American Legion. : Delegations from Wilson, O--ceila, T1 ...« I partnership has been formed by Dell and other points in Ihe coun- 1 ilU3 .,. ._ T-...JI I ml ! +-.. n41n«^«^ It,,. ^.A^II^rJ ! by Aa.to Bomb LAF^YKTTE. Ind., Nov! 12 (UP) ! ! -A bOTii> wired to thc automoblb ;.„ •,' , Hr;| der?ott, Purdua uni-1 lersilv instructw, exploded when f- steped on the sorter today, ser-' iwslv injuring him. i He'derg-,tt who tenches In the proctlcBl mechanics which has led to his" architectural tervility," was expressed by Frank • I !oy<! Wri?ht. Internationally fan- [ cus architect, in the 'first of a. scrfer. of lectures at the University of Wisconsin. Aping of the current French fad, an adoption of R new mode of planes and angles, and the construction of buildings In the image betrayal of chllecture, he . "™ . =>» n «"l ( mtn.tership drhe.. And Here you sec firm attended mceti enrolled by • Judge' John Barton the organization; - stylcd Dlldbv & Blr . Wales Goes for • Spin in World's Biggest Plane Pajne, chairman of rett. It will be effective Nivemt-'.r ; I5th, and the suite of offices In 1 the Bercer building, now occuDied by Mr. Dudley, will be occupied by the firm. Paris-Tokyo Flight Ends Question Companion of Missing Tyronza Girl MEMPHIS. Nov. 12. (UP)—Po' icc continued iheir c. i . , . .[ Ing aradents m Inshtuiions rti PAms, Nov. 13 (UP)—The fUg'.H of the noted Franco-Russian wo- 1 Ptrt on Night Crow ] —The huge German seaplane Dor- ticunccil. ;nier D.O-X,-carrying the Prince of Mlsc Bernstein, widely known for | Whales and a half a dozen ether her endurance nn.1 distance flhhls, i • r i It! D J J Dudley and Barrett arc both " vu *"v*» tummucu mcu .^.^tlan-j in trash Near Bagdad graduates of Washm°n!i-Je!Ter=™ l' ln .B.pf T. J. Franklin. 38. of TV-_ i aw jch^ nt washimtcn. D. c .. IJ""* 8 ' Ark -h« ld '» conne(:tion witlt I - -— I have eneaged in nractlce In | the m >'sterlous dis3pp^ara:lCl! of PARIS, (UP> — The percentage' local -field for a number of . M ,? s _ K ? dle Robsrson cr "Eddie Lin- | ot f are |gn students studying -In. -year-old farm slrl. also if French schools has Increased so I rapidly that Frcncli professional' .The girl disappeared Sunday i men are aJ;lng If the Go'-ornmont' ic^ at Can-ille, La. In a rep-rl recently Issued by, .^ . the service, the value of medical a pcnoa or treatment for leprosy at the hospital U shown, More than 300 'ijpers. men, women and children, an- under treatment at Carvllle. It Is pointed out that- the average period of ho*ital care In thc case cf the 65 dlscharg.jd patients varied from 5 to 9 years. | and acccss'ry dealers and their The. treatment given at the Na- j employes to a motion picture show tlo:ial Leprosarium, the service re-! to be ?lvcn at lYfi city ha!! nt 7:30 •' ports, is much tho same- as lhat]t-nl»ht. • • •':'- -.'•';•'.-• given in tuberculosis hospitaL 1 . | Tlic films to be. grpwh include : l"On the Firing Line," producer! by.': 1 thc United Stales' Bureau'of Mines, French May Limit Foreign i "isnition," and ai racing nim * , In^ IK/> rZranA Orfw ont^ -p Spark PIujj Companv . ^ , Invites Auto Dealers The Champion Spark Plug "company has invited al! automobile Ing the Grand Prix auto races ot ef 1929. - .' . . •. . years and both have f- b> man pilot. Lena Bsrr.stsln, to Tokyo, ended today in a - cra.di "'cccissful altorncys. Denver Dud- CALSHOT, England, Nc'v. lamp) ncnr Bagdad, the air ministry an- le Y **as associated with his father. n pman( I Rp ra , lh | Uernand Kecafint in Little «« the loto Judge R. H. Dudley, for number of years. CIM side cf hk face was tern I'.- th-! (":plo-icn. IKr* County Woman ' WEONA, Ark., Nov.^.UPWip R , { ^ ^ & ^ ^ ^ 'been muniei i' n t " r " <! l ' 1 ' ; 5 nlorl '- ood o [ Soulhamp- to 35 men. ' Tin! plans rose easily after a run \ r f about three-fourths of a rnlle STATE TAX FIOIIT STARTED and disippeayed in the mist to th" MADISON, Wis.. (UP) — Two southwrat • " , on real estate. •'o.a.n Co]!!»r. Coo^r, . His Interesting Refics night. Franklin told officers he brought the girl here'two weeks ai-v The disappearance was reposed to police by neighbors who had My\ ,shouu,n.t reduce .the number of H ™M^ f »£S;£ admittances. rtldate for the'- Democratic nom- . , Delaware Senator, DlCS' , Me.—Those who arc In .indent relics visit Ihe bo: 12, of Cooler | become exhausted. :, Dr. and Mrs.. Claude Dor- IT lomi- -f jinn H. f^i'e-[Junior Hi^h Faculty who has a rare occum- | .. ' , n Vi n n " t* ' old reli^. Including n • HI J.OO f-iT Lfn': vrOU" | ma<To nf flix frr^swn o-i In 1S02 there were 1.M3 foreign , natll - n {or ma yor. 0 f. Little Rock, fh 1? ^ h'^ 1 " 5 " 11 "' 0 " 5 »111 demand a recount-when the throughout France. Last year there Democratic city central committee were 13,382, of which a great nm-. mee [ s ton'ghl, .his suppbners an- Jcrity were British and American- ncunced today , French pnrfesslonal men declare KnOT . Uon wa ', de featcd for thc ,lhe foreign dudents settle in nomination by Mayor Pat Rob• France to practice law, medicine, t ns cn by a margin of 17 votes. ! dcntutry and art, reducing ths op-, " i porlunitles of Frf nch citizens. :« ; The Wisconsin Association of Real „ C8r t hrS'c ccr : of the r^n n 'V, ,V le 0r , l ' 1C ^i""? n ' S ^»t-grandfather's plantation - In giving the busing firms and : Bandit Gets $7 017 h !E-tate- BroVws unanimously ap . a r force nnd a cr'w of 15 S "S ° country, died nt and woven by hl= slv« In th- 1 other groups of the city who are \ D .. -n it U -'n» n ™H « n.«nlnHon whinh ,».""- m ' orce . nild n crcw ol !s - . ' his home i re yesterday afternoon year 1770 nesr PlcVnrn-i. v r .„ members of the "100 tier cent"! BartleSVlIle Holdup a «*o lutl<m stated, ARK_ Nov. 12 (UP) A woman jusllcc, Mrs. C. 1L t'oa 1 "lavatioi mm. w?s apnointed by Governor crM «ed &• •prt.-nv TJ^y^nll * o . —_ • . CrtabCtl U-. St. Francis thr> infrea 13 of other forms of tax- • Ifrrvcv tr vnshln, it for groups of the city „„ . . . „. ., . „ - - - . members ot the "100 per cent" i ition -n property has in-1 ille DO ; X ^"^.fv 6 mln " nl *" u ^' sand duster, used somewhat a.? »'• group of the annual roll c.ill for •ayond nil proportion lo' ' without mishap; ' An illneis which Started with a '"^n;i InV ront*-. n'_id- in_W<»lei the Red Cross. Mrs. R. N. \Vi-o 'r. was announced to- throat infection and which had in 1750. a razor made hv BARTLESVILLE, Okla., Nov. 12 the. chairman, has announced lh.it thc (UP)—A bandit held up P. K. R.ln- ARKANSAS—Cloudy, orrasional Tlr= 'n cjsi portion tonight and Tliursqp.y. Acccr-in' to the official wccth?r obseniw, Charles Phillips, th rpid»w n sllatci tr.^tmcnt In several Wostenholm f.: S"n. ShcfPfiH. Fn^-: Junior High school faculty v.-as We, cashier ot the Bar'tlesvlllo Gas Imuni temp-ralure yeVvcrday was VIair, during tnc la"t few years l? n .| ' n ""**' ""^ snn ' 0 °' ^ c ^ rs ' oni'l'ed. and Electric combany today, and!55 d'grw anrt the maximum, 6!! •fA liu ricnih United tSates postage stamps ever This makes a total of 23 group escaped with $7,017.20 which Rin- degree;; cloudy with .» Inches cf , wn " made:. • wirollmcnu. ' kl« »-as tafclng to » tank, jrtln, . ... ..' ! .^...

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