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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 8, 1938
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VOIAJ.ME XXXIV—NO. ,",01. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS , THKJDOM1NANT NBWSl'AMill O\f NOHTHJKAST' AHKANSAK AND SOUTHRA8T MISSOURI ^"^ "lylhcvlllc Conri0i' MIC,t?tEi,,i< Unit.... r _r,7T.^ ""' ~ -*'~~ ™ . ASKS C ^ ntlff Mississippi Valley lR Herald Ulytheville IXilly News MAUCJ) IiK COl'IKH FIVE CENTS Men Fined and Two Women Held To Circuit Court In Busy Session • The cases of three men and iwo women, charged with perjury, were high snots oi a session of municipal court yesterday which was continued Into me afternoon. Judge Doyle Henderson was disqualified because of his hnvlnv irleci (lie previous perjury cases, and w. Leon Smith served as judge. 'the cases grew out of previous • actions which dealt, with chicken thefts in which James Blackwood, of Manila, was held to circuit court and J. W. Vermillion, of the same I own, was acquitted. Yesterday. Lady Wilson and Dudie Brown, women of Caraway, were held to circuit court on perjury charges and their bonds set at $150 •(•ach. ' • .Jack Sinllh, who lives south of Manila, was fined $10 on a similar charge, anrt his appeal bond was set at $150. Vcrmilliou and Blackwood were each fined $50 and their bonds were also set at $150 each. 'Hie case of Robert Coy negro who was charged with assault with New Mississippi Law Creates Highway Patrol JACKSON, Miss., Mar u (UP) I -The house today voted 81 to ''4 Jn passing the .somite highway patrol bill, croiUUifj a stale highway •Mtroi of 53, ., commissioner of public safety !HK ( providing lor Ill-owns of driver.s. As amuideil in the house the bill provides for u $4,000 pcr ycnr commission,:]- O r public »ifel><. ft - IJCC.-OIIH. fiU-ctiVf May |. Home Flooded; Enjoys Fool Bath Fantastic Plot Is Revealed At Soviet Treason Trial In Moscow ° f 2l nt the MOSCOW. Mar. 8. (UPl-A macabre story of medical murder in winch Mnxijn Gorky, famous Russian writer, was given as many as 30 to -10 daily Injections of cani- •>hor. was unfolded today leaders. ' Two at Russia's leading physicians and the former head of "the secret police, for years the most '-hearted mnn in tlic Soviet Onion confessed to the murder of Gorky nnrt his son as well as two liiph Soviet officials. B The fantastic story was unfold- I,* 55 ' fc ?™ re H° r .. Le ' .0- Levin, for- i Iff LOT Lilienllml ferenco Mavcli Ulililios President YO|)OSKS 15 Con- With a-" I>«MI «oo mi it W ill! I .«.,, i i — *-"-! "'i iwi n deadly weapon, was dismissed Tf ^ a of " 10 Kremlin hospi- Constable LeoiiBnl Mayo made the , !'• r S»a'l» Kazakov, Inventor Mayo made the turesl. Another negro. Edward Clark was /ined $10 on .a charge of disturbing the peace, following his arrest by constable cline Dobbs. Ira Whitaker, who was charged with selling mortgaged property was held to circuit court ana his bond set at $500. He was arrested by Deputy sheriff Arch Ijndsey. Edna Lester, who was also arrested by Lindsey on a charge pl- distiirblhgr ttie peace, was fined five falters ..aftf? she entered a plea of. The case, of Harold Hatcher, ar- resled by Deputy sheriff v B •1 Dinhnsoh on a charge of disturbing the pence, was continued until 'lliiirsday. Wed Thompson, who pleaded Kul.lty to a charge of assault and battery, was (ined '$15. He was' arrested by Constable Raymond Eo- mnr. Dr. Levin testified that he had tef ordered by Yagoda to commit the slow murder of Gorky as oart of a' plot against the EOV- enmient and its staunches! suu- porlers. He snid Yagoda threatened to use his almost unlimited IVlU'fH- nt Iff- i . .. V ""'UlCU oower of life ... date" him if he orders. The death lo ,„ •J e *ugs given to OorkyrLeyln, ifcton—camphor, caffeln, dlgi- ™ns and other common dru°<j to cHirMil^ l^ ii__ i. . "a-' iv stimulate the heart. House Votes Against ' WASHINGTON, M«r. li. <ui>)- j David K. Lllleiilliiil, Tennessee VnlU'.v Authority dhcclor, today Iliii'lteil Wendell I* Wlllklc, president or the commonwealth and Southern corporation, to u confor- Mire irnrch 15 In ClmUiinooijn, 'I'onn., to discuss TVA's proposal to puri'lwse private utility hold- IllKS. Lilienllml wrote Wlllklc, thank- Ing him for his otter to vesuiuu negotiations for (he government inirctiusc of Ilio Tennessco Ktec- lilc Power Company, » sutoltllary of Commonwealth nnd Soiilhoni. The TVA director rejected Wlll- kle's sUKBfsUon, however, Hint ne- ccHntlons toward u purchase price for the properties be jnnde MLS. Florence Myers of Venice, Calif., can take n fool bath ri^lit on her living nrnvnc H in ili« nl.n ,:„! .-i _, i,_. ,_.,._ _ . B fornia. of nooils which swrpl Myers Is splashing merrily, nnd with a smile on her face, but sho when (he time comes lo renovate wnlcr-soakcd oor, and she of Southern Call- very happy Aldermen -Will Act Dumping Ground Here When the city "dads" mcel tonight at the city hall, for the rc?u- n'ip-. /^i lar monthly meetltn, several special rUbltClty Clause ! motters «'lll be taken no, according _ _ L_ . ] lo Mayor Marion "VVlllianis. WASHINGTON, Mar. 8 (UP)— The co »t r acl for the new ilunip- Plane Reported Down In Flames On Pacific Coa»t OCEAN SIDE, Calif., Mnr. 8. 'UP)—Police here were notified that n Unmliig airplane plunged into the ocean about three miles off Ocean Side shortly before 11 i'. m. today. The navnl air base Jt San. .Dlesq_ ,. sent;, two. bombers to the'afeh .'to fiea wreckage. The house by a vote of 85 to 48 loday - • • . — -— ..o pleaded etiilly to a charge of carrying a concealed weapon. Thirty-five dollars -of the; fine was suspended. Willie Brown, negro, who was charged with assault and battery was released after he had paid all Mtpsiisft! incurred in a light he had with another negro. ..In Vick was fined $35 after he entered a plea of guilty to a charge of reckless driving. He was arrested by State Policeman Eddie B. David following a minor highway aecl- delil. There were nine arrests by coiui- ty and township officers of men charged with public drunkenness' who either paid fines of $10 each or forfeited bonds of similar amounts. There was also one case of public drunkenness on the city dockel Residence Destroyed By Flames From Oil Stove Fire, caused by a flooded oil cook- Ing stove, practical))- destroyed the residence of Bob Pipkin, in East Ash street, and all Its furnishings aboiit eight o'clock this morning. 'Hie damage Is estimated at approximately 42,500, by Fire chief Hoy Head. There was no insurance. The flames spread rapidly from Hie kitchen after the coal oil had become Ignited. Stock Prices NEW YORK, Mar. 8. (UP)—The stock market rallied late today and many issues registered net gains after an' early decline of three poln Is A - T. & T 133 j-2 Anneomla Cop 31 1-2 Assoc. 0.0 66-8 »«»;• Steel 555-8 Boeing Air 28 1.4 Chrysler Cities Serv. Coca Cola Gen. Elec, 51 3-4 15-8 118 1-4 38 7-8 Gen. Mot '_ 34 . u Int. Harvest "!!! 63 1-4 Montgomery Ward 34 N. Y. Central .,]. n j.j Packard 4 1.3 Phillips Pet 3S 3.4 Radio 63-8 Schenly Dlst. 23 1-4 Simmons 193-4 Socony Vac 141-8 Std. Oil N, J 49 1-2 Texas Corp 40 M U. S. Smelt n U. s, steel 88 7-B which President Roosevelt especi- ing ground will be officially passed iirjon following Us having been drawn up by Roy E. Nelson, city attorney. Members of tlie council ally endorsed. The vote was the |liavc '"formally agreed to pay S50 first or u series on major issues ' ftnnllal b" for a five year leas="of a presented In the ' administration's! p1n * S""™ 1 °» Die Gosnell tax revision bill. _ I farm - which was arranged ror sev- The i-ote rejectc^ nn amendmein,' 61 " 1 days llso •«' a committee made wopoed by Representative Oeral'l " |1> I -'°y Welch. Dr. s. P. Martin Bolleau, Progressive. Wisconsin and ' Mr ' Nelso ». which would have reinstated In the A resalu "° 11 regavtllntr cities in tax bill a clause providing for Arknn£a! * reviving a portion of the lisclosui-e .of salaries in excess 0 £'? asoUlle turnback is exoscteii to be 515,000 a year. The clause for such publication was eliminated In committee. The vote ignored wishes dent Roosev conference passed UDOII. Blytheviile nliienne:. will be asked to vote whether thev nre in favor of presenting a bill at the special term of the state ICT- _ _,„ . O .. u *.,v< n juiico ui I^itjjl- it i -- >..~. uv«n Roosevelt who said at a press' e ' °P cnln ? tomorrow, i srence last week that the ™ llltl £ ive culcs an( l 'owns n wiilch --- - ..... publicity feature should be retain-, 0 ge ot llle ^ asol l»e tax money ad as a matter of public "morals " now gom " to tllc state Tills proposed bill was explained by William Hopson of Litlle Rock president of the Arkansas Municipal League, In (lie regional meeting Barney Ross Lays Title On Line Against Armstrong NEW YORK. !«ar. 8, <UP) _ Barney Ross, welterweight champion, will defend his title in New Vork on May 26 against Henry Armstrong of Los'Angeles, world's 'eatherwelght champion, Promoter Mike Jacobs announced todav. i'orfc Cotton NEW YORK. March 8. <UP)Cotton closed steady. Mar. May Jttl. . Oct. Jan. open . "909 . 910 916 . 924 927 high 909 910 918 925 927 low 897 301 907 916 920 close 904 906 910 920 92 2n Spots closed steady at 913, O ff * Vew Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS.. March 8. (UP) —Cotton futures closed steady today with losses of i to 7 points, open high low close Mar.... 023 923 914 9l9b-920a May ...923 Jul Oct.... Dec.... Jan 928 935 937 938 923 928 935 937 938 915 919 927 927 932 919 924 929 931 932 Spots closed steady at 939. off 4. Chicago Corn May Julv open high 58 1-8 59 1-4 60 1-2 61 of that proim, hold here Mayor Williams will also ask for a resolution regarding the new traffic signals lo bo Installed on u number of Blythcville's streets In an advertising scheme dlscusssd at a previous council meeting. Included In tho regular business matters, It Is expected that Ihere will be a discussion of dilapidated dwellings in the city. Estimates Program Will Increase Mainten a n c e Cosls 20 Per Cent WASHINGTON, Mnr. 8. (UP) — The expanded U. S. navy contemplated under President Roosevelt's 20 pcr cent increase program will cost. $25,008.000 to $35,000,000 more a year to maintain than the present fleet, It was revealed today. The cast estimate was presented by Chairman Cnvl vinson, Deino- crat ' Gcor 3' a ' of fie navnl affairs committee shortly after Chairman T. PIttrtmn, Democrat, Nevada, of W€LL , , the senate foreign affairs, warned naval expansion was vita) to protection of the Panama Canal— keystone of America's defense, Vinson gai-e the estimate to the house rules committee in asking for a rule granting 12 hours general debate on the naval bill. The committee voted to give the measure the right of way with 12 hours debate. Vinson said the cost oi the big nan- ml?ht even go as hljh as an additional $50,000,000 annually. Representative Melvln J. -Mass, Republican, Minn., a member of the committee, told reporters he j planned to offer an amendment to the bill to provide that tlie navy may have at least 3,000 ulnnes Instead of a maximum of 3,000 as the bill now contemplates. Reoresentativc Ralph E. Chnrc^, ReniiblJcnn, Illinois, asked for more It always tickles me to see one of Hollywood's nosey predictions oo wrong. Not long ago when a schom- lhc low close 687-8 691-8 h i; Uf ^t 60 1-2 60 7-8 " IS teet n, w '», . ra « c couldr, t last, but here thev arc- both perfectly happy ™ y are When he comes home, tired 'from work and sits In his big easy char Plea of Camithers and Clayton Tp Be Heard-at Little Rock Today A number of local residents were slated la annear as-witnesses nt ttio hearing Thomas before Federal C. Trimble in Judge United three man commission, no listed live points which ho said would be explored Iborouahiy before (lie TVA would consider a deal: I. Sturty of Ihe operating records of tlie company to lonrn electric revenue expenses nnd not cnvnliiCT over n period of years. '2. Study of tho fixed capital records relating to Iho cost of electricity generation, transmission and distribution of the Involved. .3 A general field study of the electric properties to be mnda by government men. 4. Study of nccrnort lion of such properties. deprcda- Sfates district court at Little Rock todny on the petition of ji m x, Camithers and Bubbles Clayton, Blyllicville negroes, for n writ''of produced mtinganos'o. '•"'""" " - '- ' ' ' He said that a tra with other coimlrlcf. , Imports of manganese- make It es- habeas corpus to prevent their execution for assault upon n white girl here in 1D3-1. The negroes, alleging that they did not receive a fair trial, cbarg- ctl that they were forced Into trial while a split of "mob violence" prevailed and" that there were no negroes on the jury that convicted them. They have already exhausted all remedies in the state courts to prevent tlielr execution and hearing on the federal court petition has been long delayed. Among Blytheviile residents called as witnesses ure several members of the trial Jury. Including Hussell Oreenway, Frank Webb, M. Pitzslmtnons, Luble Atkinson and C. M. Oray. others, also sub- peonaed by the state, are Bob Han-is and J. Graham Sudbury and three negroes, Lon Moore Abe Bradford and J.. w. Hnraway. C. J. Little, J. R. Godwin and a Mr. Moore rmve been subpoenaed by the defense D. Studv of tho financial history ot tho Tennessee Electric Power company. Senator Miller Advocates Buying Stock of Manganese WASHINGTON, TT C., Mar, 8 — Senator John B, Miller, Democrat Arkansas, tmjny told the sennte military affairs committee quisition of a supply of moUilllo mnntranese iviis essential to national dofensc. Miller has Introduced a bill making available $40,000.000 to acnillro a reserve supply of domestically —odnced mtinganosb. He said that a trade agreement with oilier countries concerning Imports of manganese- make It essential that the nation protect her domestic .Industry. Ho pointed out for example thnt tho trade agreement with Brazil had decreased duty on manganese approximately 50 per (rent. .Snow Hampers, Efforts To Find Missing Liner, J-RKiNO, Onlll,, Mar, 8, CUP)— A mountain snowstorm today de-! laycd Ihe search for me Trnns- CoiilliK-mnl find Western Airways Hnoi ihnl was losl lust Tnosdny MlBlit on 11 night from Ban Francisco 10 Los Angeles. AhjHmu's were grounded nnd mound lienrfhliiR parties were driven lo shelter- when n blizzard slriifik n w Hu'irn Nowulii inoim- Inlii.'i, CO miles cast of here where tlie H'ardi was centered. There were nine persons nboiml Ihe plane and the likelihood they wero still sii fo uud uwnliliig rescue IICONGIIESS If «IP_ LEVINE Reported To Be Aides Jn Search for Abductors of Missing Boy NRW ROCHEbLE, N. V,, Mar 11 <m>)-Thrco or more men hnve emerged frequently from Iho home of Murray l.ovluo, wiioso 12 year old £on, i>c(er, was klelnnpeU 11 days HBO, nud scouled the Immediate vicinity, a reliable source revealed i' loday, Their notions appear to In- dlcalc Hint they wore not only rcconnollerlng tor but possibly were expecting some contact wllh tho Morris Attacks Morgan After McLean Introduces Resolution, ' WASHINGTON, Mar. 8. (UP)- Heproscnlatlvo Donalri McLean, (Hep, N. a.), today Introduced a concurrent resolution to remove nil three directors oj tlis' Tennea- see Valley Authority, > Tho demand-for removal 1 of the Uirco man' directorate further complicated tho . ot>ntrovefsy mound the New Deal power project, Previous proposals Introduced, m both house,'and senate asked merely for Investigation of ao- llvllles of the three dfrectors^- Clmtrmmi Arthur E. Morgort, Da- vW E, Llllenthal and Dr. H. A. Morgan, • > Senator aeorgo W. Norr!?,. Independent, Nebraska, '"father of Iho TVA," charged in the senate Unit Chairman Arlhur Morgan was "moved by Iho green eyed monster of Jealousy" when he attacked his associate directors. Norrls opened senate argument abductors. Tho Informants wild tho liorioiltcnlly left the house nnd cx- nmlncd pnrlced cnrs In tho notgh- hovhood, sonitcnlzlng tl,eni Inside and out..Tho Identity of tho men presumed to Ire aides In Levlne's efforts to ransom his son for $30 000. was not learned. An inllmnllon wns given (lint they were "stran- sers" in Ihe nolghbofliood. Cotton Control, Program I* Esplajned To Lions The cation control program was explained by D. s. Lantrlp, Mississippi county agricultural agent at tho § weekly luncheon nicetlns of the Lions club at tho Hotel Nobl° today. C. M. Mack, of Jonesboro, was the only tniost. There were members present. r ™' utlon5 * t i ho WA ns a " '***&• first resolution sponsored by Nor- vu calls fur nn inquiry by th« federal trade commission. Norrts said hs became acquaints ctl with Chiiirman lftor?an short- 1 vbefore hlS' appointment. J, 'I formed a deep affection for him, 1 Norrls said. "We had numerous conferences In referenw o the TVA and I was In entire •lereemonl with him I thought I was shocked beyond expression and suffered untold agorly ; vh . c " I arndi-nlly ronie to FW 4 t thought tlwt he was moved bv nn Intense jealousy of some of nb associates. HO was moved be- vond; reason: '"'"•.• ''And .',vteen~'£hat< B reen Yyed motislor, (tots-control ol the 1m- mim heart It will not be long be- fpre it geU control of the mind." Service* Are Held Today For Harry Calvin insolvent Company Is Susupended by Exchange NEW YORK, Mar, 8, (UP)—The New Ycrk stock e.vclmnjo today announced suspension for "Insolvency" of'Richard'Whitney and Company Garden Club Plans To Sponsor Arbor Day Observance Friday Plans were completed for Arbor tiny, to bo observed Friday, at a meeting of Ihe Blytheviile Garden "lub last night when plans wero also made to sponsor n junior garden club In the city high school. lo sponsor the planting of colorful flowers In front yards of Blythc- vllle residences, to continue plans for a permanent free alley service. Arch Lindsey, deputy sheriff I Re P°rls given showed that Iho Clarence H. Wilson, former sheriff (>rnim '"' ~' "" "••"•-•""- ••---'•" of Mississippi county, Eugene Dicfccrson and Eddie B. David, slate •policemen, (and probably Leon Smith and Ed Rice) also made Hie trip. Judge Gladish Will Hear Lee Wilson Case Tomorrow time for general debate on grounds h ™? hearing on the claim filed that "we were nished in committee ?L ho i sate commissioner of rev- i m ln and piles pillows m> so he - of Mm nished in committee [ when It came to the question of airships versus battleships." Th*e« Southeast Missouri CCC Camps.May Be Closed HAY17, Mo., Mar. 8.—There is little hone of continuing the. three CCC camns in Southeast Missouri, Rov W. Harper, Caruthcrsville attorney, said following his return from Washington where he attended a speilal conference aimed at the maintenance of the camps. Harrier said Congressman Orvllle Zimmerman, of Kennetl, now In Washington, offered little encour- sranent, although a strong effort was belnij made to ret a reconsld- Chicago Wheat , ^ ^* *•"• Cail UUL " i "' -*•••• ^ ...«.«i, fcu «ti< n ^vwu^^siu' ° n el "- He thinks It's be- l.rrallon ot the demobilization order, catise she realizes a man likes to i which gees Into effect May 31. nL l h!srlw lhai1 llls Of The Ihree camps In the area are nl Hirytl ' Delta New Madrid. open high low close May 89 3-4 80 3-8 88 3-4 90 1-8 July 847-8 853^ 84'3-8 85 5-8' gets up! h. i „ ' ar. , n °" l kn °w ««fe's So far as can be learned, no official ln f ., --« vj V,CI11O II or the chair when h cemlng the dernoblilzatlon-of of these three. enue against the B. E. Lee Wilson estate to collect an Inheritance tai of $81.000 ts scheduled to he heard In probate court tomorrow before County Judge S. L. Gladish. The twice postponed case Is on the docket but It was rumored late this afternoon that the case would Bftaln be postponed. The claim was first filed December 4 nt Osceola by Louis Tar- iowskl, attorney of the revenue commissioner. The lengthy claim sets out specific amounts which me state alleges is due following the death of R. E. Lee Wilson, prominent Mississippi county landowner, several years ago. •Hearing was first set for Jan- u "y JJ. when it was postponed after the defendants asked for a continuance on grounds they had not had sufficient time to file their pleadings. When the case came up January 24, the cose was continued un- I , M ' rch 9 ' by agreement of the plaintiff and the defendants A demurrer was filed that day claiming that the properties willed to the Boy Scouts of America were not taxable. grounds of the Blytheviile hospital and library were landscaped in projects, sponsored by tlie club, that a complete "education" course will be given In the elementary schools of tlie city for the furtherance of city ueatitlflcallon and that activities were being continued to get the down town and residential districts cleaned. Walker park 'Is to be planted In evergreens, shrubs, bulbs and perennial planls, which are expected to be contributed by Blytheviile people.. If it should rain Friday, Arbor dny will be held Saturday, It WBS decided, Anyone having one or more plants to give is asked to call 688 Thursday afternoon and night and to give name, address anrt, if possible, an Idea of plants to be donated so that the landscaping plan may be tentatively prepared early Friday morning. Anyone having large shrubs to donate and no means of digging tr.em Is asked to please iell when the call Is made and a man will be sent lo dig them. The plnnts will bo called for about eight o'clock Friday and those donating them are asked not to set them on the front walk as they might be stolen. A truck wil! also go to the schools for plants, 'o be given by students. J. Louis Cherry, chairman of the park bcautlflcation project, reported that he had already set out a number of plants moved from the Blytheviile hospital grounds, to make room for a low planting. 1 v™ 8?rvlces we " held , at HOB •First Methodist church this afternoon Tor Harry Calvin, 43, victim of nn accidental cave-In In an excavation -at the s H Kress building site where he was working yesterday. The Rev. H. Lynn Wade, pastor or the church, conducted the last rites for Calvin at 2:30 o'clock and interment was made at Mana addition to this, the rogroes of the county landscaped tMr building. It Is honed thnt every one will -«... w»»- cooperate by giving something. It *™' tlle ™»m Is also survived by Qrove cemetery. The Cobb Funeral Home was In charge of~ the arrangements. Calvin died at the BlyUieylUe hospital shortly before noon yes- erdfiy, just a lew minutes after (ellow workers succeeded in re- •novlng him from beneath a huge pile of earth that completely burled mm. His death was the result of a :rushed chest. Besides his wife, Mrs. Pearl Cal- was pointed out at the meeting 'nst nliht. The aim Is to have at least 1,000 plants to bo sot out thnt clay. . Mrs, W. J. Pollard was named sponsor and Mrs. Harry W. Hnlnes, co-sponsor, of a garden club to be organized among girls of the clly high school wro wish to assist In beautifying the school campus A Rroup of these girls, headed by Jeanetla Jean Scbaugh, attended Inst night's meeting at the city hall when R. F. Kirsimcr, president, pledged the cooperation of the 'older group in assisting the girls. The high school band has been Invited to participate In a parade Thursday afternoon to advertise Arbor day.' Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, sup- ervl'Or of the elementary schools. submitted a report that showed th; -wo brothers, Roy and Raymond -alvln, both of this city. Says FSA Not Liable For Individual DebU County Security Adminis- tration. Supervisor Harold Splcer •.varned merchants and other vendors this week that the FSA U In no .way responsible for the payment of debts contracted by farm- e ".who are operatinj with rehabilitation loans advanced by that organization. Explaining the rules governing Ihe making of rehabilitation loins oupervleor Splcer said a loan Is made a farmer based on the esti- ' mated sum that will be required (6 carry out his farm and home pro-' jram for the year. However, the expenditure of that sum 1s the re- students will e taught to assist In I sppnsibillty of. the farmer and the keeping school yards attractive, will be encouraged to keep alleys cleah and to plant flowers in their own yards, and that a member of tlie Garden club will be Invited to explain plans of the city beautifl- cation program at nn assembly, In carrying out the plans for cooperating with tlie garden club. The members voted to cooperate In the movement of urging everyone to use the newly purchased trash cans, which have been placed in the business section. These cans are for all kinds of paper, string and . trash usually thrown on . = the streets and must be used If the =, £„„ streets are to e kept clean, It «M|SntehL minted niTt. romjnt,. FSA assumes no oblijation, Implied or expressed, to see that his accounts are paid. Purchases made by FSA farmers are not supervised or directed by the PSA except to the extent of checking In some cases to see that purchases are In line with the outlined farm and home budget. Even when purchases are in tine with the budjet, however, the PSA does not guarantee payment; "WEATHER" Arkansas — Probably occasional rains tonl?ht and Wednesday, In the east pointed out. — cloudy cause It was decided to wait -for The maximum .temperature here myrtles, which, We « ^ha^^^aiU & %^^^& ? In last of the week, . . iNorrls, official wither. Mum,-

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