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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 1, 1938
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER jNEWS THE DOMINANT NEW81>APKR OP NORTHEAST AH.KANOAO .K,,-V „ *^ .;•& VOLUMH XXXIV—NO. 295. Blyihevlllc Courier Ulylhevillc Hprnid THE DOMINANT Mississippi VftHey Leader" Blythevllle Dally Nows OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI B1.YTHKV1LLR, AUKANSAS,' TUHSDAY. MARCH 1, I'm SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Series of Community Gallic-rings ''Scheduled To Discuss Program A series cf community meetings (o .study lln> Issues involved In the ; • cotton marketing quola rcferen- <lum on March 12 will be held !n order that farmers In Mississippi county Hill be thoroughly Informed before, they cnst their vole. E. 11.. burns- «ml D. S. Laiitrip. county ligrlciiltural agents, have 'announced. All farmers who planted cotton in -1937 are eligible to vole in the referendum. i '•The question of controlled production, which will be, decided by the farmers' votes is of great, importance to themselves and to the whole nation. Every farmer should net only cast his votq, but should inform himself thoroughly on the questions involved, so that he can use Ills own best judgment In de- State Tag "Deadline" j Will Expire Tonight' The lime for buying .state automobile licenses expires tonight but Ihe .state re-venue ollta' hi-re will we open to niTomodtuo the laU 1 purchasers. Thc-rc «re a yreut many motorlsls who iiiive ,, 0 (, yol ,>,„.. chased their licenses, tit-cording iu i);c )«ul oflk-c. h The limy (or purcliashlH n driver's license will not be up until Hit- end of tlii.-: «-eok. Drlm-s must bring theli lasi year's II- cemts und must appeal- In person. FORCE TO PROTECT GERMANS San Quemin's New Deaili elding whether to vote for or against tlie system of marketing quotas on the 1938 cotton crop." the agent.'; said In urging nil farmers- to attend Ihe meeting scheduled in I'ncir - communities. An effort 1ms been mnde to arrange Ihe schedule in such a way that farmers in all parts of the county be able to attend. county officials will attend nil the meetings, and will endeavor to answer nil questions iu regard to the marketing quotas. They emphasized, that only one phase of the new program, tile marketing quota, will be voted on by the farmeis. The first meeting will be held Thursday at 2:00 o'clock at the Stillrnaij school and will be followed, by ; ii' jneeting at. the-West 'Ridge . iehool ft-7:30-p.m.-All. afternoon M, . begin at-2rOO a'fia'.'thc" i night meetings will be held at 1 7:30 o'clock. On Friday, meetings will be held at the Mllligan Ridge school in the afternoon and at.the Etowah and Lost Cane school at night. Afternoon meetings will be held Saturday at the Blythevllle and Osceola courthouses, and that night farmers will gather at the Buckeye and Lone Oak schools. :. TJie schedule for next week will begin with a imbruing- session at the Lee Wilson & Co. store at Vtc- torhi AI 10:00 -o'clock Monday. There will be only, one afternoon meeting en Monday and that will be held in the Rehab office at Marie. Monday night 'farmers from Kelser, Pawheen.. New Liberty, find carml inll meet at tlie schools of their respective communities. On Tuesday, meetings will be held at the Liixora Legion Hut in the afternoon nnd at the Burdette, Half Moon, Fcrty and Eight, and Gosnell scliCDls at night.. v Wednesday, the meetings start nvlth a session at, the'. Wliitton .school at 10:00 o'clock in the morning followed by an afternoon one at the Dycss community building, and three, night ones at Promised Laud. Yurbro, and Armorel schools. On Thursday night the schools at Wilson. Manila, and Leuchville will be the scenes of the fanners' gatherings. The schedule of meetings will b« concluded when they meet Friday night at the Joiner and Dell school ;ind nt the Blythe-ville court house. Senator Byrd Leads Assault Upon Government Reorganization Bill WASHINGTON, March I. (UP) --Komi lor Hurry p. Byrd (Dem VH.I dvcliuiiiK that President Rffl.H'Vpll )ins dcl'iiulted on his promise to rcdisee fedurul expenditures by 2r> per cent, lociiiy ilt'- nounccd the proposed government reorganisation bill. Leading a bi-purtlsan nllack upon the measure which «-ould give the president broad authority. to eliminate or consolidate bureaus and agencies. Byrd declared: "I llilnk Hint one of Ihe 'gravest problem* facing tlie, people of the United Slates today is balancing of- the budget." Roosevelt's "Friend" Challenges Government To Enforce Anti-Trust Laws WASHINGTON, Mar. 1 (UP)— Bernard M. Baruch, New York financier and a close adviser of President Roosevelt., attacked gov- Byni contended that the nation eminent competition today as c dcmtmds » reorganization of gov "violation of an essential of re- " covery" and challenged the administration to enforce anti-trust laws by direct action. Testifying for (lie second dny before the senate unemployment and relief committee Baruch sug- gsted that production and marketing of agricultural products be unshackled. He .described the new farm bill as "an untried plan of bureaucratic control of the individual freedom and initiative of 6,000,000 farmers." Baruch advocated modification of the capital undistributed profits and gains taxes and blnmed "with regret" present unemployment on government policies rath- than on acts of business. Demand For Accounting By Craig, Smith To Be Passed On eminent that will result iu "economy, simplicity dud efficiency.", The nation has been promised-a balanced budget on several occasions Byrd said but "we are no nearer that goal." and inter- who have Hie contro- Tvvice postponed, the hearing on the complaint--of the Mississippi county taxpayers association demanding an accounting of funds by H. -M.- Craig, of 'Osceola, recently ousted circuit court clerk of Mississippi county, and his Bly- Ihevllle deputy, A. F. Smith, will be held before County, judge s. L. Oladlsh at Osceola tomorrow morning. Tlie Names Sub-Committee WASHINGTON, ,Mar. 1. (UP)— Chairman Mary T. Norton (Dem., N. J.) of the house labor committee, today appointed a seven member sub-committee to write compromise wage hour bill In the next two weeks. Sub-committee Chairman Robert Ranspeck (Dem., 'On.) an- nounccd the group would hold Us first session tomorrow view representatives ideas to express on versial subject. Earmarks Dirigible Fund ...-WASHINGTON,, .Mar. 1. .(UP)<The house naval affairs committee today earmarked $3,000,000 of a $16,000,000 experimental fund in President Roosevelt's billion dollar navql expansion bill for construction of a rigid dirigible about tlic size of Los Angeles. Chairman Carl vlnson, Democrat J Georgia, announced after an exec' ullve session thai 'the committee -had voted to close 'public hearings on the bigger navy measure. Vinson said he hoped to get the bill ,re- psrtcd to the house tomorrow. Damage Slight In Three .Fires Yesterday, Today Three fires since yesterday noon caused minor damages. The ed the proceedings some time ago' contending that Craig, and In parti his deputy, had failed to account funds ------ , — . „„„.,„.. avenue, where a few shingles were burned by flying sparks. to the county for certain he had collected. .i^e^lS oS charged 6 ^«-, .133 West Ash street, where 538,000 which Craig with around Later in the afternoon there was another fire at tlie home of Havls , a small amount of grass burned. . There was .another grass" fire at the corner of Madison and Heani streets this afternoon at two o'clock. allegedly had not been paid to the county, state and various improvement districts and charged Smith personally with part of the total „. shortage. Then Craig was remov-1 Olgman Infant DlCS " J from office pending outcome p 1 T J i. r\ n Early Today At Dell Jvfary Builce Signtan, 30-do.y-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. against him. Similar charges are pending against Smith. Supplying London with gas calls! for more than 6400 miles of gas| mains. YOU Bt — 2 BOB - BURNS _ Masons Meet Thursday There will be an Important busl- jness meeting of the Royal Arch j Masons 117 Thursday night at 7:30 p. m.. It was announced today. Stock Prices NEW YORK, Mar. 1. (UP)_A11 markets were dill! and narrow moving today, stocks gained a point In the industrials average. Bonds were steady, featured by U. s. governments, eight of which made new highs. Leading commodities were mixed with wheat up and cotton easier. AT&T 137 1-2 Anaconda Copper 337-8 Associated D G 71-2 Beth steel 59 3-a Boeing Air 303-8 Chrysler 54 1-8 Cities Service I often wonder why actors are misjudged so much by people who don't know 'em. A rich, mid west farmer moved out here not (General Electric long ago with his beautiful daughter. One day, a young fella came Int Harvest 35 6-! . 3-4 Montgomery Ward ....... 36 1-3 N Y central ............. 183-4 Packard ............ ' 4 6 _ g Phillips Pel ..: ....... '"• 39 1-4 6 T . 6 to him and asked him for his daughter's hand. Well, sir, when the father found out that the young fella- was an actor, he flew into a rage and says, "Now listen here, you loafer, I suppose you think you can marry|Simmons 7. ..!].!!! 21 1-8 my daughter and then I'll set you socony Vac ...'.." 15 1-4 ^ up In a home and make you rich?" I Standard oil N j 53 N2 Tlie young fella says "No, sir,.you'.Texas Corp ... . ,"[ '431-2 misjudge' me—I'm wlllln' to take u S Smelt ... " go i 4 her. Jest for my room an4 boardl" U 3' Steel '.'.:'."''"'• 55 7*3 . Schenley Dlst ............. 24 3-1 Funeral services for thfi baby, who was an only child, will be held Wednesday morning, ten o'clock, at Visit Pool Hall Beer Order h Suspended By Court U'lTI.K «OOKT~Ark,, Mil)-. ) — A temporary injunction restrain- 1 Ing State Kevemw Commissioner M. McCurroll from (iiforclnx iltttlons forbidding side of beer in pool hulls wns grunted CI. K. s. operator of Iho llevls recreational finrlor, KM Main street, II) clmncery court yosteu'ny, Chancellor nodtjo drafted tho order to nlfcei nil similar ostab- Two Day The. regulations were pvomulBiil- I>V Mr. McCiirroll nfler u s-i» r «'»e rourl decision Just Novcin Bristling, Boasting Speech Ofi Air Force's Anniversary " _ SAN FUANC1SCO, Mar. l (UP) » r «'»e rourl decision Just Novcin- BERUW, Mar, i (UP)' — Tfie —Mrs. Minnie Ctipoiie, blond wife " et ' holdlnu rive per cent Ixier Ui-'OcimaH air force will help 'fulfill of scar nice Al Capone, made-' a loxlcatlng. Stiilc la* prevents sale Adolf Hitler's promise of support spectacular dash In \ n tnxlcab to ° r Intoxicating leverages In ixxil to 10,000,000 Germans outside the lite Fort.Mason dock today, board- l>«»s- Mr. Dcvls contended In his frontiers of tho Reich, "Hermann «( u govcnmumt lug under pro- sult tliut he was sciii|ig beer o^Oneilng, field marshal and "»lr Icclton of federal olflcers niul will- toss than five per cent nlral\nii/> minister. MM bvi«v w« *wM** Quick and .sure Is (lie dcnth which will be dealt out by the new lethal gas dmmber being built in Denver, Colo,, for California'* famed San Quentin prison. This death cell, pictured above, Is reputed to kill within 15 seconds after cyanide eggs are dropped into pots of diluted sulphuric ncid. The gas fumes come .'up through circular holes under (he metal seat on which (lie condemned person sits. Administrator Announces ' Additional; Allotment of 6,300 Workers LITTLE ROCK, Mar. 1. (UP)- Municipal League Contin;Ues Efforts To Get Part Of Tax: Efforts of cities and towns of Greatly • increased unemployment Arkansas to obtain a portion of the ""' " ' ' 'gas tax turnback now going to the in Arkansas tills year has necessitated' revision .of quotas in- 12 of the state's WPA areas, State Administrator' Floyd Sharp announc- that Arkansas has ed today. Sharp snld been allotted 0,300 additioiial workers on WPA rolls In order to help care for those thrown out of employment In recent weeks. The allocation likely will be made state will be continued by the Arkansas Municipal lca?ue, William D. Hopson of Little Rock, director of Ihe stale group, low the 18 officials of to'.vns in Crnl?hend, Poln- selt and Mississippi coimlles, who attended a district meeting here today. Tlie representatives or government In the six town which sent possible through the $260,000,0001 their officials were enthusiastic in emergency re)!ef appropriation approved ' said. Such by congress today, Sharp an Increase in. the relief rolls, he said, will bring the number of workers to 35.000, highest since April, 1936. Immediate Boost Ordered WASHINGTON. Mnr. 1. (UP)— The Works Progress Administration announced today that it had authorized stales .to begin nn immediate increase of relief rolls to add 500,000 persons. Assistant Works Progress Ad the plans of the state grotto to obtain this source of revenue. Mr. Hopsoti, who discussed this matter In the morning session at the city Hall, iold them that the matter would Ijc taken up at the next session of the state legislature. Tlie afternoon session, which was concluded at three o'clock, was taken up with another round table discussion in which various taxes, which provided revenues, were discussed informally. A luncheon was served at the Hotel Noble nt which Mayor Marlon Williams was official host for the minlstrator Aubrey Williams said | c| ty of Blythevllle. after a White House conference that he expected relief rolls to reach ,500,000 this month. Officials snld most slates would increase their relief loads by 15 to 25 per cent this month under the $250,000,000 'additional relief the residence with ' the Rev j' L a Dl' r °P rlatl °" J»st pnsscd by con- Newsom, pastor of tlie ""Gosnell enss - R « ilef "Us now contain ap- Boptlst church, officiating. Burta!} ™"""~"'"'" "~"" 1 "will be made at Elm wood cemetery Cobb Funeral home Is In charge of funeral arrangements. York Cotton NEW YORK, Mar. 1. (UP)-Cotton closed barely steady. Mar.-. Afay . Jul. . Oct. . Dec, . Jan. open 917 922 927 934 S36 D36 high 917 822 927 934 936 936 low 907 910 916 826 026 close 907 910 916 926 926 928 t£O Spots closed quiet at 916, oft 11. Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS, HI., March 1 (UP)-Hogs: receipts, 9000 Top, 9.15 Heavy weights, 9.00-915 N Light weights, Bulk .sows, 7,60-7.80 Cattle: receipts, 3,500 Steers, 7.25-8.25 Slaughter steerss, 6.75-9 00 Mixed yearlings, heifers 850-750 Slaujhter heifers, 55M25 Ec'cf cows, J.00-575 cutters and low cutters, 100-4.73 proximately 2,000,000 names, the highest in almost a year, officials snld. Tlie announcement came as the house completed congressional action on the S250.000.000 appropriation by approving the conferees' report. The standing vote was 77: to 4. As finally approved by congress the measure was exactly as recommended Hon. by the admlnlstra- Lions See Pictures of Rose Bowl Grid Game Guests were: J. L. Ncedham, msy- or of Manila; Edward S. Maddox, mayor of Harrisburg; D. Y. McKln- ley, mayor of Caraway; Noble Gill, mayor of Dell; A. W. Steele, recorder of Harrlsburg; J. P. Cole, marshal at Manila; Dave Young, chief of police at Osccola: Joe W. They ordered tho cab driver lo so to tlic dock "without slopping/ 1 the driver Bald afterwards. Mrs. Cnpono covered her face as cameramen sought lo take her picture from n distance, She ran up tlie gangplank with Ralph Copono behind her. Federal agents held back newspapermen and curiosity seekers until {lie boat was on Its way lo Al- cntrnz island. Crosstown Liquor Shop is Burglarized Again For the second time In recent montlis, burglars entered the Crosstown Liquor shop on South Division street early this .morning and escaped with approximately 140 worth of whiskey nr.d»»8.16 In cash. The burglary was discovered early today ,by Louis crisp, service station employe, who wa.s passing by and noticed that the glass door of tlie place-had been broken \vlth a rock, orissp called B. M. Matthews manager of the store, who summoned police. . . Mr. Matthews said the cash was hidden, underneath the counter in a small box ami was left there 'for clmnge placed in the cash register when the store was opened tills morning. Ho said' efforts of officers to obtain fingerprints of the- buralars proved-futile and that apparently there were no clues as to their Identity. , " 10 supreme court ccclslou dd "crrito for our l iPPly I" his case. NO dale, ' "Wo linvo all helped to lay fh »ol llnal heaving wnti set. cd to Aleutian island in San Fran-1 content by weight, and therefore! the »U- force c-lsco Buy. to pay a second visit In "" " ' ' '" " two days to her mentally strlcxch convict husband. Mrs. Citjjonc was accompanied by her brother-in-law, Ralph Cn- pone. From an undisclosed temporary residence In the city she nnd her brotlier-ln-lnw wenl to Iho walcr- front In a limousine. Cruising slosv- ly along the Embnrcadero they hailed a (rod cab, nmklng a milck transfer. They orrfoi-M tim cni, HflSp NIGHT Physician. Guardedly Predicts Recovery of World War Commander TUCSON, Ariz., Mar. 1 (Up)— General John J. Pershlng's uphill fight against an Riling heart and kidney disease, which threatened death 48 hours ago; continued today nnd his physician guardedly predicted his recovery. The 77-year-old commander of tho American expeditionary forces spent it "very good night and slept for six and, a half hours" Dr. Roland Davlson, his physician, reported at 7:30 a. m. (ni, s. O, "He seems much belter this morning nnd is conscious 1 ' Dr. Davlaon'i bulletin said. •-'. Y..."While. all .danger'. la: not t-Vet pasf.nnd if ttie-imprWenieh't of tho last 24 hours continues and thoro Is no relapse recovery Is''quite probable." 'When Dr. Davlson, appearing more cheerful than at any time since Perahing was taken to the desert; sanitarium in an ambulance a weefci'ago, nnlshcd reading his bulletin" ho said: "In. other words that Is a doctor's way of saying he Is well satisfied wllh hla patient." foundations of power, so that Off- many Is no longer 'defenseless ibd will no longer have to put up with violation of natural rights" Oder- Ing said at a. celebration ol ,the now ah- force's third annlversiufc' "If the- fuehrer In his Reichjtig speech said the proud word* that we will no longer tolerate oppression , of 10,000,000 Germans, oppressed beyond our frontiers, you ' soldiers of the German air force know you have to live up'to.Jho fuehrer's words and be readjWto make the supreme sacrifice' If hed- cssary. • , y^*-, "Wo are proud that -the fuetilrtt' in that memorable speech > s*ld that Germany la safe under the protection of an excellent air fore* as the fuehrer took over ImnwSl- ale command. We- are under oWl- gatlon lit any time to stake our lives to protect the German Fatherland. ^ "We know the air force is any- mated by a determination to fight find by radiant assurance of .victory 1 ^ Dotting said, ' ' Germany's new air force, he said, a a force.of peace but he added: •"It will be terrible once It}» ordered Into enemies, aotlon/— terrible for our Si! ualion Tense at Gnu ; - VIENNA, MM-. 1 , (UP)_A Bt»t« of alarm was declared In Qraz late today as Nazi, formations with _ Minister of interior Arthur Von Seyss-Inquart and '»n expected showdown " " .strength.. mobilized- armed the arrival of Charles L. Jones, 66, Dies At Niece's Home Charles L. Jones, 66, died at the home of his niece, Mrs. John McBrlde, yesterday afternoon Death followed a three weeks Illness from Influenza. Funeral services were, held this afternoon at Uie Second Baptist church with the Rev. J. L Newsom officiating and burial was made at North Sawba cemetery. He Is also survived by one brother, John Jones, of Holland, Mo., and one sister, Mrs. Julia Mason' of Olllett, Ark. Wife Beater Is e a sca; oe . » TOn . Rhodes, attorney for Osceola: Har- At WhllllllllP' Post ry Golden, alderman at Manila; |J "."MTb * uot Ike Rosenberg, recorder of Manila. Teachers To Conduct Annual School Census Tlie Rose Bowl game, was "attended" by members of "the Lions club at the:'r weekly luncheon meeting at the Hotel Noble to.lay. Coach Joe Dlldy was responsible for brtngliiif Pasadena to Blytheville and the medium used for performing this sleight of hand trick was motion pictures, taken at Ihe New Year's game. Fortv-one Lions and three guests had "scats" on the fifty yard line at this showing of the most Important football game of the vear. Included In the quests were- Judie fi. L Oladlsh, of Osceola and Richard Bold, formerly of Erans- vllle, Ind., .and now of Blythevllle, Plans are being made for the taking of the school census in the Blythovlllc district, which this year will be done by the teachers of the city schools. . A preliminary census will be made durlnjr the flrst of the week of March 10, when students of all schools will be asked lo turn in names of eligible people In their neighborhood who are not hi school. Teachers will canvass the city on Thursday afternoon, March 10, the next afternoon and all day Saturday to complete the work, il was announced today by W. D. McClurkin, superintendent. Chicago Wheat May Jul. May open 931-i 881-4 high low close D33-4 S31-8 935-8 887-8 881-4 883-4 BALTIMORE, Mar. 1. (UP)— Sheriff Joseph c. Deegan lied Clyde Miller, convicted wife beater, to a black whipping post fn Baltimore city Jail today and lashed his back Into a mass of red welts. Miller, a thin, tense figure when he was bound to Uic post, sagged with every thudding blow of the cat-'o-nlne-tfllls and great sobbing moans burst from his lips during the last dozen of 20 blows ordered by .Judge j. A. Saylor. Mrs. Miller, who had sworn she would witness the flogging, and 111* iMwas refused admittance lo the Jail. Tlie Hogging of the' Baltimore printer was the first time that the old whipping pos^-part of which dates back to colonial days—had been used in seven years. On the fifth stroke there was a red streak across Miller's back. On the sixth he groaned, his dark head ducked against, his shoulder and his body twisted at the shoulders Hrf pressed frantically against the __, „,„, „„ _ JU straps. The whip rose and fell and west and central portions tomor- Corn high low close open 68 3-4 691-2 583-4 601-4 603-4 601-i 691-4 605-8 Takes Applications For Federal Crop, Seed Loans Applications for emergency crop I and feed loans for 1938 ure now be' Ing ' received at the Blylhevllle court house by Grover C. Driver, field supervisor of the emergency crop and feed loan section of the Farm Credit administration. The loans will be mnde, as in tho past, only to farmers who cannot obtain credit froai any other source. The money loaned will be limited to the fanner's Immediate and actual cash needs for growing Ills 1M8 crops or for the purchase of feed for livestock, and the amount which may be loaned to any one farmer i:i 1938 may not exceed $400. Farmers who can obtain the funds they need from an individual, production credit association, bank, or other concern are not eligible for crop and feed loans from the Emergency Crop and Feed Loan Section of the Farm Credit administration, it has been pointed out. i The loans will not be made to • standard rehabilitation clients whose current needs arc provided for by the Farm Security adailnlstratlon, formerly known as tlie Kosscltle- ment administration. 'As in the past, farmers who obtain crop and feed loans will give as secuity a flrst lien on the crop financed, or a flrst Hen oh the livestock to be fed If the money borrowed is to be used to produce or purchase feed for livestock. Where loans are made to tenants, the landlords, or others- having an Interest In the crops financed or the livestock to be fed, arc required lo -waive their claims in favor of a lien to the governor of the Farm Credit administration until the loan Is repaid. Checks In payment of approved loans will be mailed from the Regional Emergency Crop and Peed Loan office at Memphis. .Semi-military formations -were concentrated at tho respective headquarters of the 'S. A. and'lhe S. 8., Nail -storm troopers, to the face of the government's shimor thousands of troops from Vteam to Graz and reenforccment o! -the air force. Authorities kept the scheduled. hour 'of Seyss-Inquart's arrival..a :ecret after they learned that iha ovation feared this would prejudice negotiations, Seyss-Inquart Informed the political department and the strylan Fatherland Front government that the orders of Chancellor Kurt Schusiihnlgg to ban demonstla- tlons must be obeyed. ~Ji The chancellor was negotiating quietly with former enemies -of the government to create a solid militant pro-Sehusehnlgg front* to strengthen him In a posslbls test of strength with the Nazi. 1 WEATHER Arkansas—increasing cloudiness, slightly warmer tonight; Wednesday cloudy and warmer; rain in each soft thud the agony of, row. with his writhing Increased. On the twelfth stroke his groans rumbled across the corridor, accom- Memphls and vicinity—Fair and warmer tonight with lowest temperature 40 to 44; Wednesday Ini -i t. ti- > i r---""«"«v »v *u -»T T IT cvuicovitty m» panlodI by the steady thumping of .creasing cloudiness and warmer; the whip, Wednesday night. Nazis were planning an for tho minister. They Seven Petitions Filed -"• For School Directors Seven more petitions to plsca candidates' names on the ballots In the coming school elections: : bf Mississippi county, March 19', were turned in before Saturday night, it has been announced by Mrs. rhomas R. Ivy, county examlmr. The date for filing is now past but names of candidates may ba written in on the ballot, as;is frequently done in the smaller dis- ricts; Only a few of the 41'dis- tricts in the county hive candidates. - i' The latest petitions flled gave these' candidates: Osceola, District One, J. B. Bunn, for reelection; Reiser, District 31,' J. H. Mont- •'omery and Coleman Crews; Armorel, District Nine, Dr. W. HI. Owen acd Arthur Vance; Milli- i Rld»e, District Ehht, G. • I. Byrd, reelection, and T. A. Hollis; StUlman, District 55, U J. Fpears, reelection, and A. E. Pcott: Burdette, District 35. 0. 'F. Tompklns and R. T. segravts, i-oth for reelection- Whltton, District 19. 0, R, Banks and P. 1 "A. Billiard. K«I«r npn FoofortntM •'"••'•'• SYDNEY (DP)— A new technions for Identifying and capturing kill ;r dogs that work the sheep flocks of havoc amont Australia h*i been developed by tbe pdiw. Plaster cast moulds are mad* -of the footprint* of the killer tog : '*» found aroimd the scene of - tils crime and these are tested on tU iuspect dogs,

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