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Served by ike United Press VOL X.\X-NO. 200 BEmiEVILLE COURIER THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTrHfA&I r A i (K A "i5g A a ta ^ . * *M_ \> Mu'!"; lllc , t".', 1 'T". ni i | "nnrT7M'iiii .,.,.......,.„. ~~ == _ = »^^^lieyj ;g d ! rj^|,eviiie Herald HL\ 1HKVILI.K. ARKANSAS. TllimsnAv, JAN ij AHV THREE KILLED IN TUCKER PRISON BREAK SFIIITF VOTF ON Byr i',S £±?i .... To Christen New H.»«, Bi,k.p, F««, PTIlTr nnrnT^TaZT:' -..,..":' ~ —. ...-_. SITE VOTE ON REFUND! GILL EXPECTED TNff Measure in Present Form! Unworkable Says Commissioner Wasson. Byrd's Ship Arrives at Little America Base NEW YORK, Jan. 18. (UP)-Rear Admiral Richard Byrd's Ant-' arctic expedition arrived at its immanent base at Little America today, Msckay radio announced. , On the S. S. Jacob Ruppm, I which had been maneuvering thru j ' the 'great Ice pack at tnc bottom "* the world, the ~ vr .Ne\V S. Destroyer .LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Jan. 18 (UP)— Although the Senate was in all probability to pass the refunding bill today, that much-herald- fd action seems to find solution of the road debt problem further away than it was when tire bill was Introduced last week. .(The Senate might have voted yesterday, but for a last-minute flood of amendments-several O f them to the emergency clause, which merely provides that the bill shall be placed in effect im- , *0 P-j". PSStPrii .iLuiiuniu ; lime) and began unloading. Tlw cxj>edition moved its sup-' plies and. equipment over the ice to t!ic world famous headquarters at Little America, base of the first | Byrd expedition. upon the governor's mediately signature.) Bili Won't Work The bill has lost all semblance to the original administration bill. Its - upper house re-draft contains Piovislons the bond-hoders will not accept. These provisions were Placed in the bill by a strong Woe grouped around Senators be Evans and NorHcet that "may Impossible to dissolve. Administration leaders said that even if the additional revenue appropriated but not provided for m the bill is raised, It Is almost, certain that the municipal improvement district priority amendment will ruin the bill's chances of acceptance. Aside from another compromise Wh bondholders, which state Bank Commissioner Marlon Wasson told the United Press is very improbable, the only hope for the refunding cause is a reconsideration and repeal of the am end- Tents that.conflict with the terms of we original bill - 'r ; ^Bweimes Insufficient More Ujarf eighty .amendments wvproppBea SJTthe Benate./Harf of these were adopted. The more serious were those by Evans and Armstrong, taking $335,0(10 and f«,ppO, .respectively, in additional revenue. The Armstrong proposal permits contractors to continue to receive the .gasoline turnback on public . work ? and quasi-public works projects;-and on projects contracted for previous to January 1. Ah amendment by Ward of Independence' to cut trailer license fees, for. an estimated revenue decrease of-$70,900, lost in the Senate by a small vote. All in all. the estimated increase of revenue under the bill as it House Rejects Stanfieldi Control Measure by Vote of 59 to 21. TITTLE ROCK. Jan. 18 <UP)The house today defeated an attempt by Representative Stanfield of Garland county to reinlroduce his bill setting up a system of state owned liquor stores for the distribution of liquor. The vote was 21 to 59. Representative Slanfield said ' onor 0( — •x.i^.tiut UIIUKI L.IIC Ulll aS It ' ••*"«*utto. A in ec u] iiLS rlDS now stands In the Senate, is less R/>m e H- ai .' c HfC T J 11 broken. Dr. McPnl! of. Wilson than a million dollars. It will take ru -8 lslra r S UtllCC Invaded] ministered first aid treatment. an eXtrJl t14^7lYn trt "HOT*. «,,*" «U_ T_ I^_C f O \ TVlP Sprfon Vffni-rllnr, »« 4V._ than a million dollars. It will take on extra $1,437,000 to carry out the agreement reached between bondholders and the state. Commissioner Wasson said it "unlikely" the bond-holders Defiance of Senator Huey P. Long. unuiri „ -A NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 18. (UP)-their am^limt * C0mprom1se of Tlle N{ ™' Oceans city administra- uieir agreement. tirm fnrfn,, „,-,.„....j »' ,.__ Meanwhile, under his statement early in the session that he would accept any reasonable bill that would relieve the lands. Governor Futrell. was believed ready to ap- prove'additional taxation if necessary .to refund. . Senator .Ashley, one of the administration leaders in the Senate, told that body, "We may as •veil go home If we continue as we have been." New York Cotton NEW YOHK, Jar. 18 (UP) — Cotton closed steady. open high low 'close 1099 .'108 1099 11120 1108 1117 1103 1116 1126 1133 1118 1126 1141 1148 1133 1141 1157 i;65 1152 1IC2 1173 1180 !16S 1173 closed steady at 1150. Jan March May July Oct Dec Spots off 5. Closing Stock Prices A. T. and T 117 Anaconda Copper 15 5-8 Bethlehem Steel 42 1-8 Chrysler 54 1-4 Cities Service 27-8 Coca cola 99 General American Tank 38 General Electric ..'. 21 3-8 General Motors 36 3-4 International Harvester 41 1-2 Middlewest Utilities .... Montgomery Ward 25 1-2 New York Central Packard Phillips Petroleum Radio Corp 37 1-5 4 3-4 16 7 3-4 Simmons Beds 20 1-4 St. Louis-San Frnnclsco 3 1-2 Standard of N. J. « 1-2 Texas Co 25 3-8 U. S. Steel 53 1-8 Chicago Wheat open- high low close May 90 90 3-4 89 1-2 89 1-2 Jllly 87 3-4 (Ml 1-r 87 1-B 87 1-4 i ,o rssn- •>K U.iclo Rani's newest Destroyer lin FiirragKt. at Quincy Ma S3 January 15, Is Mrs. Jame ' revenue to be obtained under'tlie! . VBl( (."'•"vei, of flosion. She'll bill would be necessary to refund tllB " lfo of "'« President's chlent TMrt KifiV,,,-^,,. _i_ir i«__ - _ r.n_ >-»in,a» the highway obligations since amendments to the refunding bill have decreased revenues for refunding. The measure was ruled out .several days ago by Speaker of the House H. K. Toney as not falling within the purview of the governor's call. The senate yesterday sent the refunding bill to the engrossing committee and that body was expected to vote this afternoon. The senate did not meet in a morning! session today. .'Meanwhile the iiouse' pressed to- W8ra-fmfiig*lt6'anfendmehts Ur- the bill this afternoon in hope for a vote tomorrow. The house today passed a bill by Owen ol Howard permitting the manufacture of- brandy" Yor'' out tit state sale, with provisions similar to those contained in the wine bill. POLIMCJ LISTS DF VOTERS Seven Children Have Narrow Escape in Accident - Near Basse'H._ -. ., ^BASSETT, Ark.— Nine occupants a small sedan, seven of them Homer Bishop, Former Local Fireman, Die* Word lifts been received hero of (he death of Homer Uishop, about 33 yenrs old, former clly fire truck driver, at El Paso. Texas. Bishop developed tuberculosis while a city employe here 'and was se»l to .Texas In an effort to regain his health, with ihc firemen's relief -fund aiding In paying his expenses. Bishop improved after several years In the Texas climate and regained his health to the extent that he took employment os a bus driver and the relief fund allowance had been transferred to another former local fireman' also a tuberculosis patient, in the last two years. After working as a bus driver for some time Bishop was forced to undergo treatment again and had only recently resumed his work when his condition became suddenly worse,, resulting In. hli death. • • T The deceased Is survived by 'hli father, Sam Bishop of this city.' 'Details of funeral arrangement^ were not available today. . . 1 LIBRAnY GIVEN WRESENTS "Kiln I iurance on Life of Rheta Described as Motive for Her Murder. CHICAGO, Jan. 18. (UP)-Tlie state today presented Us solution to lr.c murder of Rhcla Wynckoop, Ascribing it as a crime motivated by mercenary gain and committed °) Dr. Alice Lindsay Wynekoop »lln drugs and a revolver. Through testimony of Insurance agents the state showed Dr Wynekoop obtained policies on litr daughter's life not many days bc- iorc the gb-i was found slain on an operating table In the basement, of ie WyiiekoDp home. The i»ysier!oi:s absence of Earle wynexoop, philandering young hus- MK f , rom " le lnurdcr trln l al C hls mother stancl5 Remodeling and Redecorating of Building Is Approved. The Blytheville library is to be remodeled under t RWA project t was announced today by Mrs 3. W. Affllck, piesident of the ibrary board. Sliihtly over »2,300 was approprlatea. with two-thirds lu be spent for labor. . Work will begin 'next week. U. 5. Branson, local architect, drew :ne plans which ,r;lll convert the old residence into a modern library building. Th= porch 'will be crh away and • on-; of the read- ng rooms- emended to the porch. w - will- -be added. = . ivc rooms of the lesidence apartment in the. library building will . ma sean, seven of them '""'" '" ""=•""""* Dunning will hool children, narrowly escaped! ^ lnc l"ded in th" library.' There rious, injury -or death Wedncs-i '"" ^ a new roof n "d the entire , escape serious, injury -or death Wedncs-i ' Cay afternoon when a heavy log ' h truck ran into their car from behind and knocked It into "a ditch about a quarter of a "mile north of :uildin° . new roof and the entire Is to be redecorated in Bassett. The ditch was partially filled with water and the children suffered from shock and from the wetting they received, as well as from numerous cuts and bruises George McFatridgc, driver of the Eedan, was unconscious for several minutes. Three of his ribs were broken. Dr. McPnl! of .Wilson ad- fide and outside. George W. Barnura, local attorney, handled (lie application for (lie library board. tilling Ills unwanted wife. Rheta was a-Jmlucdly a defcn.sc maneu- Earle has not, appeared at the trial where other members of his lamily have rallied lo the defense of their mother. Assistam.Slate's Attorney DO'.izh- erty chimed that he is seeking Earle lo testify for the state. • Earlc's affairs with girls he met wnen he was employed as a world fair euard lost summer have not figured in tSc prosecution's case as Defense attorneys saw nothing unusual In Earlc's failure to take his place beside his mother. The sedan, according to the reports: of witnesses, turned over three tirr.es after being hit by Ihe truck. It was almost completely demolished. The truck, owned by Jack Millican. was driven by Barney Oswald ol Wilson, who was said to have had no explanation" to offer for driving into the car, which was traveling only about 20 miles an hour. Mr. Fatridge, a patron of the Shawnee school, has conveyed his child, his grandchildren, and the children of neighbors to and from the school for years without an accident, and is known in the community for ills careful driving. No arrests have been made. tEon today against Senator Huey""?. Long's state political machine ar.d defied any attempt by Lang to call out national guards to interfere In the municipal electon campaign tumult. A squad of picked pistol shots from the police force stood guard over the city's lists of registered voters which are the Immediate prize of the warfare. The records were seized from the office of the registrar of voters, a state officer, in a police raid. They were taken to the parish prison and locked in a cell on death row in anticipation of a selge by state troops 1-ong denied that he planned to declare martial law. He said he would "not antagonize the citizens with troops at a time like this." Says Japan Is Ready I hill of Calvary.^Mrs. Harry"Vrit- PEIPING, China, Jan. 18. (UP) zius ^"Z " HG Llftcd Me " with Lar?" Audience Hears H PRESIDENT Power Workers Strike As He Succeeds Young O i ' • •" . Jury Returns Verdict for Plaintiff In .Gin Injury Damage Suit. Henry Thompson, -former em- ploye of the I.ce Coppcdgc Gin compaii/, was glv?n a verdict for 'JiOO agdlnst the tin company for personal injuries sustained while in it's service by a circuit court jury fera this 'afternccn. The* jury odiberated .about two hours before- arriving at :> verdict. Thompson had his left arm permanently injured when ha'fell in- a feeder machine while at- Bilbo Announces: He Will Run for Senator HKANDON. Miss., Jnll. IS. (Ul'l —Former Clovernor T. O. Bilbo tu- dny Informi-d the Brandon News 'hat lie will upposc Senator Hubert P. Stephen^ us n candidate for the united Stnle.s senate In t.-ils ye.uS primary. ; Hiluo Is employed now In Hie department of agriculture at Wish- HIT Carlos Hevia HAVANA, Jan. 18 (UP) — Col Carlos Medieta, veteran statesman, piepared to assume the provisional presidency today f final test between Leachville Men Held To Jury for Robbery Jess Crabtree and Paul Rogers of the Leachville section have been held to the grand Jury by Municipal Judge c. A. Cunningham on charges of robbery. Crabtree was also bound over on a charge of selling liquor. The pair are accused of robbing another man after Crabtree allegedly sold him liquor. ...101 ICOL ueoween conservative 1 "'" *•"'"»<>•"!/ aim Harrison. Smith R °xle Chlsholm of this city was and radical political elements. j rni1 Te<-lor iron-sented Thomroon ! fmed J5 ° °n a charge of illegal pos- As leaders discussed the .tech-J„,„;,„£!' I f uls Southwestern Rail- Se5s| on of intoxicating liquor. An all-glass house that is asserted to exclude air, dirt, and bacteria was built" by a Japanese scientist, ventilation being provided by air pumped from n distant UU1 . V11IV nugguu. 11 It ar-citlent occurred about n year ago. since that lime Thompson ^os only been ah.c to earn two dollars a week delivering news- inpers, evidence introduced at the trial, showed. Reid, Evrard rind Henderson nut me piuvutiunaii ' —.....« imu ueiiuerson >y for a possibly' were ™msel for t'.e Lcc-C6pped?c ween conservative) Gln company and Harrison, Smith :r> " " Women Appeal .to Congress Committee to Report Legalization Bill. WASHINGTON,- Jan: 18. (UP)— Advocates of blrtn control leglsln- •lon, led by Mrs. Margaret Sanger, appealed to the house judiciary committee today to'stop "the bool- U'C tionic In blrtli• control'infor- nntlon." . Mrs. .Sanger, chairman of -the xunmlttoo on federal legislation for Jlrth control, ufged. Ihe comrnlltoe it a hearing to report out-thc Pierce >lll which permits dissemination of birth control information. The. present law, she said, "doc* not allow persons with a knowledge of anatomy to .disseminate information Hint mothers should have" Mrs. Thomas N. Hepburn of Hartford. Conn., mother of Katharine Hepburn, the actress, said sht ind other proponents pi the Pierce Jill "arc not, connected iir any way 'IKi comm<)rc!al Intcrcsli.'. 1 "Women want children 'bill children they can properly take care of physically and economically," she said. :'The simple basic fact Is tha women have a strong maternal .in stinct and qlmost all women'i-an o get married.lf;possibb. For tUesi reasons, the charge- .Is ridiculous hat passage of thjs bill'would 1eai lp ace suicide." '•'•••-f-^" - ; - presentative-'-:' pierce'." (DeTif Ore.), sponsor of the legislation aid the present law ; Is uneHforce- "ible. • ' : . . Pierce, former'governor of ore- on explained h c was' the'father °[ six children and the grniuiratn- er of seven. - - • . "The IxMtleg traffic today in birth control Information Is astounding" he said. "There's. hardly - a -'nigh school boy or- girl' that doesn't know niore about the question than members-of. the committee." . Mae Wows 'em In Court Role AS leaders discussed the tech-< —"•">•• **>" ilcalitfes of his assumption of of-! Way com P°ny ice to succeed young Carlos Hevla I£ rstl " al "Vim ousted in his favor at midnight' the capital's light and power sup-' grt> ply failed. - defendant In a flee to succeed young Carlos Hevla I r^™" 81 in J»ry action being tried ousted in his favor at mi' afternoon. J. L. Nabers. local . . . . seeks damages from The R*v Hie R6V. A large audience heard the Rev. Carl Bassctt, evangelist, at the Baptist church last evening when he spoke on "The Southern Cross." Tn his illustrated drawings he j used the tomb of Christ and the ;ois I mac oeneved American recognl- * "<"«<«• "am at the crossing Ra«e«l»l"° n to to vital to the country's^!": was lalcr Dulle d along some Dasseil] economic life. ; distance before the train was stop Employes of the $200,000,000 Am-! p f d - He """"•• lv "' "•- —"-— J , . . n Is ready for a fight if Russia wants one. Col. Dan Takahashl new Japanese military attache, said today after an inspection of de. "We do not want to fight but we cannot tolerate Russia's eastward expansion policy, intended To tint all eastern Asia red," he said. New NEW ORLEANsTTjan. 18 CUP>Cotton closed very steady. Jan March May July Cct Dec open high low close 1102 !J02 1102 1102 1108 1!15 1100 1112 1120 U31 1U6 1129 1135 1147 1132 1145 1157 11G2 1151 1162 1171 1178 1170 e««* , " * llu lt'0 Spots closed steady at 1112. off 7. Chicago Corn May July open high 52 1-2 53 S4 1-2 SH 7-8 low S2 1-4 54 closs 52 1-8 M 1-8 that the railroad mpoyes o e $200,000,000 Am- ' ws at e rairoad erican owned Cuban Electric Com- ! *** ne e"Bent in not having a TICnU hnrf BfmnV Tn1nt«» e, ______ I flaiTlnan ttt Wflm mnf^rlctp on^ In point through niters. puny had struck, Joining govern-! ,. sman *° warn motorists and In ment and municipal employes whoi?r° ' tnc traltl to m ove after went out last night. Batista met . colllsl on occurred, charging the challe-ge calmly. Hte answer. ous ^Juries resulted whrn the was to tell the engineer corps lo'?? 1 " was P u!Icrt some distance by get the light and power lines : th ' lrain working. They promised to do soi H? -'"a'n, Smith and Taylor rep- irs. Murray Smart at the piano, within two hours i resent Nabers and J F Lamb In discussing his subject the Batista's troops guarded all ROV- ! Jonesb °ro attorney, and Holland -ev. Mr. Bassett said in part: "Ilernment buildings and Ocaroied!. ^ arn am are counsel for the cr^on-ryot, *£*% *i S5TJ& ^'ZSS^F**^ ""•" " " h> '" ""• """ XafiS'. " were '" ""i^* So* ^d '""ement Batista hlmseif announced Med-! "*ls Him 96-Acre Farm Next Governor Of Puerto Rico . Christian you ought to hang your head In shame. If I were not a Christian I woitid be ashamed to look into the faces of men and women as I walked the streets of this city. "I would rather be an Idiot than an infidel. If I am an idiot I can blame some one else, but if I am an Infidel there is no one to blame but myself." Last Rites Held For Vernon Mortin Yesterday Funeral services were held at the Lake Street Methodist church at 1:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon for Vemon Mortin. one of the two victims of a train-car collision Monday at Yarbro crossing. Tt-.e Rev. W. J. LeRoy officiated at, the services and interment was mode at Maple Grove cemetery Final rites were held for Harlcy Cole, the other victim, Tuesday. icta's acceptance of the presidency at 4:15 a. m. todiy. WEYMOUTH, Mass. <up)-m ifor 13 ard Dwyer - bou ? nt R «> w Rewntly he was honored by the Special Service* at ' I complishments in dairying." And fapeclal orthodox- services will be P^er now 31 years old. can trace held at the Temple Israel Friday.™ success directly back to his "•enln?, 7:30 o'clock, with Abe ! ° ne original sow. Kipper, of Memphis, in charge. : Dwyer was slll , a jj,,^^. j<«ien he made his Important pur: chase. The sow had a litter which lawyer sold to buy n cow. He [started, a neighborhood milk route Vacant House Barns I'estroyed by origin about morning. fire two of unknown o'clock this . The house was cwned by John Honey. The law --5,5 estimated at ?!,000 by Fire Chief Roy Head, - • -UUUB j*-a.L in; I^J another tract, of 60 acres. Marsnneld. at Primo Camera, boxing champion. Gen. Blanton Wlnshtp of Macon, Ga.. above, la President Roosevelt's nominee for governor of Puerto Rico, to succeed Robert H. Gore, resigned. Wlnship Is a former judge advocate general ol tht V, S. army ami Is an author* ttf on fncilar affairs, - "How'in I doIn E . _..„. „„„ West asked courtroom epe<aa- tora and, th«'nnawer 6eoma-tb bo "OreatI", Tlie Bcreea'siren Is shown on tho witness aland In the Los Angeloa trial ot Edward T —— 1, chargod with robblnt MOD In caah ud tll.- Jowalty.. "1 Didn't . -Jbnt I punch ma ID. tho none." 'rooner Told Alice Faye of His Domestic Difficulties. LOS ANGELES, Jan. 18 (UP) — figurative shoulder on which Rudy Vnilee laid his head and wept over his domestic troubles was exhibited today by Alice Fayc, •oung singer anil actress, as the boundary line of her relationship with the crooner whose wife has ued him for separate malnten- mce. Just a confidential friend was ill that she ever was to the hus- mnd of Fay Webb Vallec, s Fnyc declared in denying Mrs. Vallee's amended complaint itmiing a dozen cities In "which he said her husband and Miss Faye were guilty of misconduct. Rudv was represented as a for- orn figure who loved his wife o the point of distraction but \ho received only rebuffs in re- urn. Frustrated and morose, he ame to her for sympathy and got ' tile young singer said. Auto Owners Cheated in Giving Age of Cars A drive on motorists who incor- cctly listed the year model of ti-.sir srs In obtaining 1933 state licenses pencd here today with some 50 warrants issued out of municipal ourt on complaint of Francis Carpenter, deputy revenue commls- ioner. Carpenter said investigation by lie department had revealed a o number of Incorrect appllca- ions. including between 300 and 400 n Mississippi county. The drive is result of a check of the: applicators against manufacturers' rec- rds. State car licenses were offer- d on n sliding scale for the first Ime last year with charges vary- ng according to the year model f autos, Most of the alleged vk>- ations are said to have been made o obtain licenses at lower prices han allowed for the model car wncd. It Is understood that the revenue eparlment, Is not insisting on finss being assessed against motorists ac- used of making improper appllca- tons but only on payment of the emainder of the fee due under roper registration, and court costs. The stones and timber of some aponese temples were hoisted Into lace by ropes made of hair sacrl- cod by thousands of women and Two Others Wounded; AH Participants in Break Recaptuted. . ' ••" TUCKER PRISON. FARM. Ari , Jan. IB (UP)-PHson.guards'fa: tally shot three convlcti and wounded two other« in on attempted .break here today. ':=.-. ;. State officials' said ihe-break was led by Walker Robinson, • 31, : who was imprisoned.'-here alter epcap-' ng in the' Angola • prison'; riot In Louisiana *vsral JabnUia ago.; i,v . : Robiraon was wounded In theni- domc-n. •'.- ' • .;.- :.*•" • '. .Oua'rds opened •flre,wheh,a r group of convlcts-'assaultcd a trofty guard and made a.dash for liberty from i dltcli crew. : - " •'•'•-.. . . .-. Two nrlsoherii. who fled out of range of guards;'guns were recaptured n fow minutes after the break. •' • Ths dead are;- .-•.-." • Archie Jones, «. o f Benton coiih- Cornelhis La^fevers,' ; n of Clark and Little River counties -". .' Walter Phillips, Cross county ':.'" Trie wounded: Quy Klncs,-Ben-• ton ,'ounty, and Rablnson. .-' - .'. • Hoblnson, who official^ described' is leader of the break, recently'eh--- tered the prison to seirve : '3fl ; years : for grand larceny., 'robbery- and-" kidnaping. H e . W «B.' sent- UpI : from union county. '- • -'•_• i'^-<-:;i, n e;enn ?or the murder of EJal«.Hbwell u :who':' was slairf InHht! prison break V : ' and tnree wounded "He »•«*' -iHS 1 . *°r tei^arv: >^"B|inr r faiiij ^^^^•^S^R^gt ei 'In Sfl^wSvTaW; <^i? charge of robberv «lih,fl«.i^. ' -- .-. ^mfia cvuniY, mia. on* &'< charge or robbery wlth.flri.^.,-. Prison offleials »puld nof rereai' the name of .jhe 'guard who. was '•'. assaulted in. the disorder. He was • struck on the .foead by bsie of ~thft yy cl * «" '- h ?y broke from the'.' ditch crew. . .; -.- :" , ." '-,:'.•,.". Wayman Ue, 27, at. Union 'couh- il'.-and :Johnny .Wilson of .Fort'. Smith, convicted of murder In con- . lection with-the robbery 'of-a bant at Paris, Ark., were .the. two -eon'- •. victs wr.o were recaptured without-i being wounded.' -.'..-• y.- Whippoorwill Peas-Out '. For Governor Again ROCK ' ATk ' -;' '- iWhlppoorwill Pcaa) Wllson-wlli' rim for governor nraln. Wilson, who made a ' colorful out Ineffective race for governor «-o years ago, Is "broke" this time, in fact, h* is distributing arcts for 'signature of his ' supJ porters, who will thus agree ft provision him for the campaign 5 The Items he asks "include •nlppoonvill pen., coon'dogs'£o'r-" Chum, hides, furs, chickens,-eggs;. Erocenes. gasoline, used auto tires'' Printing, lodging fo- the candidate'' ash. "or anything else." ' '' His campaign -platform, also Urinted on the cards, favors:" Municipal ownersWp of utilities Irce textbooks,- keeping 'schools' cpen, exempting homes up to J2.600 and personnl properly 'up to $500 from taxalion, eliminating poll taxes, .cutting taxes, kwplng county turnback. for the counties' Tteventing return of the saloon ceclaring a moratorium on all bonds and mortgages. Wilson carried one county in tl-c 1S32 Democralio primary. 250.MO .Milft, , n 32 ?„„ DRAPER, Va. (TJP)-B. T : Qll- mer has carried mall out' of' the Draper post office for 32 years ana' is the oldest canter in point ; of service In the state. He iTabou • o re Ire. He estimate, thai-he has traveled 250.000 miles on his rou^T B»y Port Rebuilt - Wash ' (UP)_Th e his- trading Hudson Bav ' TT, w 'th CWA funds. The structure has been a proms ncnt landmark In the state. LEATHER" Arkansas— Cloudy, rain In east Portion, colder - In'' wSt tonight rioay paitly cloudy and colder. Memphis and vicinity— Rain tonight and tomorrow, colder to. morrow. , The maximum temperature here yesterday .was 54, minimum 2* clear, according •. ; to • Samuel • F WorrlSl bfdrliil '

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