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BLYTHEVILLE THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI NEWS VOLUME XXXVI—NO. 10-1. Blylhevlllo Courier Blythcvlllo Herald Mississippi Valley leader BlyllievJJle Dally News BLYTHEVIbLE/-'''AKKANSAS, Fill DAY, JULY 21, 1D39 Nazis Re-Emphasize Hope For Peaceful Danzig Settlement By United Press ; j BERLIN, July/21. (UP)—Germany expects a'peaceful solution of the'Danzig problem, probably within a matter of months and does not intent) to resort lo war, a government spokesman'said today. "We reject a warlike solution of «• - . ,—— the Danzig problem 100 per cent," Hie' spokesman said. At the same lime, he declared, the Reich considers yesterday's shooting of a Polls)) customs man on the Danzig frontier "Is now liquidated." "We maintain demands [or Danzig's unconditional return to the Reich" the spokesman added. "But Adolf Hitler and the German government arc convinced that the return can be peaceably achieved anil they Intend to achieve It." (Editor's note: When dispatches from Berlin refer to 'a spokesman 1 the statement is Hitler's own. It, Is a device employed by Hitler when he wishes Germany's position known without, being directly quoted himself.) , Addressing the foreign press, the spokesman said: "We do not desire to create any crisis as a means of solving the Danzig problem and we definitely do not expect any so-called August crisis." Explaining Germany's military preparations the spokesman said: "We cnimot overlook the possibility of a non-peaceful solution despite our wishes and Intentions." The categorical repetition of the German government's wish and intention to achieve a peaceful solution of the Danzig Issue .{gnjjjj about in connection with a dis-' cusslon of the border incident which Hie spokesman said Hie Germans have no desire to magnify. Germany, Danzig and Poland joined in minimizing the incident —the fatal shooting of a Polish customs officer by a Danzig customs man. • . German newspapers,'closely controlled, carried one paragraph accounts of the incident. Danzig newspapers likewise refrained from sensationalizing the story and nearly, all-Polish newspapers relegated ItHo Inside pages. i * Ajjother Incident DAN7IO Julj'21 (UP) — The second Danzig Polish border inci dent within two days was reported today by official Polish circles. They said that a Danzig customs cfficial was arrested last night while trying to- cross the frontier Into Poland and was held trending investigation. Commillee Lops $490,- OOOlOOO Off Roosevelt's Huge Program WASHINGTON, July 21. (UP) — The senate banking committee lopped $400.000,000 off President Roosevelt's lending program lodiiy. Then it added $90,000,000 for reclamation projects in' the west. The committee, striving to complete work oil the program before the weekend, trimmed the proposed outlay for toll bridges, roads and highways ,frcm $750,000,000 to $500,000,000. -It reduced the proposed lending authority for railroad equipment purchases from $500,- iOO.flOO lo;'$350,000,000. .,..-• The net result of the committee's act left the blil at $2,490,000,000. Additional economy amendments were expected lo be offered before the committee completes consider- aUon of the bill. ^Before taking a luncheon recess tlie committee adopted an amendment reducing from 40 to 30 years tlic maturity period for bonds is- iiied by the RFC/. It also agreed on language which wcitld have the effect of restricting ciie lending power of the Rural New York Cotton •NEW YORK, July 21. (UP) — Cotton closed steady. open high, low close Qct 855 866 855 864 Dec 845 854 814 853 Jan 832 840 832 340 Mar 823 833 823 832 May 814 826 814 - 823 July 804 815 803 814 Administration lo and conservative Electrification !5 00,000.000. Republicans Democrats were drafting a proposed iniendment to restrict the bill to .\mounts that could he -use'cl In one :ear. That would reduce the total ',o $170,000,000. Thirty Pemiscot Rural / ' Sfhools Iii Session -CARUTHERSVILLE,.Mo., July; 20 —Harold S. Jones, .county .superintendent of schools,' slated yes- 'erday that about thirty rura •choc-Is are now in session, with nore to open between now am: August' 1, as is the usual custom luring the summer. Later, during he cotton picking season, the schools will close for the yearly 'cotton picking vacation", Supt. loncs said. . . . • ,Schools now open, or which will >pen during the next week or two, 'nclude the. following-. Decring Consolidated Schools, SINGLE-COPIES FIVE CENTS SEilE KILLED OFF Slayer Of _Former Blyllmvillc 'Resident Hcitrs Death Sentence Roosevelt Declares Failuie To Acl On Neutrality Legislation Costly HYDE PARK, N. Y., July 21. (UP) —President Roosevelt salt! today that refusal of the senate lo act at this session on neutrality has killed eft a nice little business boom and will have an adverse economic effect until next January. Mr. Roosevelt, speaking at a press conference, again emphasized that full responsibility for refusal to revise the neutrality law must be accepted by the senate. The senate, he sold, Is gambling against the possibility of war this year and the result of Its refusal to act. will have un adverse economic effect. With (he international situation and its effects on this country highly uncertain the president said business men will hesitate to make commitments because they can have no Idea of what form n neutrality bill will lake It congrtss acts on the Issue when It meets again next January. Accepting the fact that the senate will not act Mr. Roosevelt said all he can do now Is pray that there will not be. another serious congress crisis In Europe before meets again. He said, however, that a crisis alone would not force him to convene congress for a special session, pointing out that other crises have come and gone without developing actual «-ar. . • But, he said, from every capital in Europe without exception this government has. received evidence of preparation being made for an eventuality that those capitals believe to be fairly close, The preparations, he; said, appeared, to be moving at a, fast rale. The president gave no Indication that he plans to take the issue of neiUrnlity to the country. "1'nppj-colt" Says Jolmson WASHINGTON, July 2). (UP)- Scnafor Hiram W. Johnson (Rep. Calif.), a leader of the senate isolationist bloc today described as 'poppycotl" President Roosevelt's contention that failuie to act upon neutrality-iLglslalion had stifled'a business -boom. Robert M Bmgundei Jr slnycl of Fills M Komj former Blythe ville and Sleele, Mo., resident, and Jack Peterson, both phoenix, Ariz, auto salesmen, Is shown above as he hears a Phoenix Judge sentence him 'to lethal gas execution for.murder. Parents, in second row, fought for his life,- Behind young Burgunder, walling with handcuffs, Elands Sheriff tan Jordan. Second PriveU Trial Is Set For August 28 CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., July 21 —The trial of Robert Privett, charged with murder in connection with' the death of Nathan Teroy, 25-year-old Pascola youth, m May. 1938, has been set for hearing In the circut court here August 28th. Privett, at a former trial, was found guilty-by the jury and sentenced to life imprisonment, but last week the state supreme court Chancellor Gaulney Hears Deposition Read (n Ouster Proceedings Reading to the chancellor of depositions token in the Dyess colonists ouster suits was started this morning at Osceoln where the.case Is being heard before Chancellor P. Oautney, ,of Jonesboro. Ous- r suits flled" .toy Dyess Colony, nc against S.,',B. Funk and-7C:Jf Mcc,ra\ln two'of the colonists, are being tried jointly, It is doubtful if the case will be completed today. Officials of the 10,000-acre Government rehabilitation project located In southwestern Mississippi county are seeking to evict ;the too colonists who it is claimed are legally tenants at will, and have been found unsatisfactory. footer. Bragg city," Holland, Hay- 1 reversed the verdict and ordered yard. Braggadocio, Kinfolks Ridge, 'lapel, Oak Ridge Fisher, Hunter, Canady, Chute Sixteen, Peach Spots closed nominal at 9« up 10.I Orchard, Hayti rural schools, Hayti 'colored school. Mound, Bush, Black Island. Fourteen Bend, Pascola, Mccarty, Cottonwood Point, Swift, Netherlands, Flag Lake, Friend- hip, Wardell, Concord and Stcele onsolidations. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, July 21. (UP) — Cotton futures clcsed steady Icday, up W to GO cents a bale. Oct. Dec. Jan. Mar. May July open . 864 . 853 . S-S1 . 833 . 82-! . 812 high low 876 863 663 853 851 841 843 833 830 824 822 close 814 8G2 850 842 834 822 Spots closed dull at 915, up 10, Stock Prices NEW YORK, Stocks whipped July 21. forward, (UP)— one lo more than three points Icday,, to new highs for the current recovery in a resumption or the bond buying movement which lifted the list spectacularly early this week. A. T. & T 165 1-2 Anaconda Cop 263-; Assoc. D. 0 81-8 Beth. Steel 621-2 Boeing Air 24 Chrysler 83 1-8 Ccca Cola 12G 3- Gen. Elcc 38 1-3 Gen. Motors 413-' Int. Harvest 58 Montgomery Ward 54 5-E N. Y. Central 15 7 Packard j 1-2 Phillips Pet sq 1-2 Radio . 63- Schenly Dist 131-2 Simmons 261-2 Socony Vac 113-4 Std. Oil N. J 42 3-4 Texas Corp 37 U. S. Smelt. 52 3-4 U. S. Steel 51 7-8 Blunder Turned To Use NEW ORLEANS (UP) — A - construction blunder will be turned nlo a recreation center for New Orleans' youth. The city purchased in immense unused street transit garage from tire Public Service [lie. The site will be made into a nige skating rink and playground, one of the largest in the United States. Victim in Holy Land Kidnaping Privett given a re-hearing. The trial cf Adrian Posey and Odis Fowler, residents of the south part o( the county, who are charged with murder in connection with the death of Mrs, Mary Vaughn, wife -Of a Steele blacksmith, has been continued until the regular November term of the local circuit court. Posey and Fowler are charged Overpass Temporarily Closed To Traffic 'Hie hew Frisco overpass on Highway fit at Varbro, three miles Troubles Mount For Erstwhile Former President OfLS.U._ NEW'OnLEANS, July 21 (UP)— Troubles mounted today for Dr. James Monroe Smith, former president of L. S. U, with Iho return of a new federal majl fraud Indictment against him and denial of n writ for his iclcnsc from tlie federal prison here. Smith u-ns Indicted jointly by the federal grand jury with Monte Hurt, New Orleans contractor, on charges of iislng the malls In u scheme "(o defraud L. S.' U..and others" In the purchase of the Dlenvllle holcT at New Orleans for the university. Smith already under $109,000 bond. liAtl sought release from tho federal prison hero on a writ ot habeas corpus nd proseqitemlimi. He was ordered by District Judge W. a, Dorah to appear for arraignment at 10 n. m. Monday on the 24th federal Indictment ngatnst him. Bond was not. set Immediately on Uic new count. Smith htul complained In his petition seeking release that lie was conslaiilly hnrnssed by federal agents and that his health was lie- Ing'Jeopardized. Assistant U. S. attorney general O. John Rogge told the court that the government had no Intention of harassing Dr. Smith and that he was "as solicitous of Dr. Smith's constitutional rights as anyone," House Committee Of Whole Approves PLEft Refunding Proposal s LITTLE ROCK, July 21. (UP)-Gov. Cni'l B, Bailey's ?140,000,000 boiicl i refunding: bill was reported favorably, by - . —„ - .. w ..,,„..~,., favorably, by tlie hoiifie committee .'of the whole ,today and veturned.,td Iho floor of the lower'chamber-with recommendations that • it be enacted «g amended? * ," —IK: Michigan Governor Give Advice To Forces Next To Dry Pre-Pay Hospital Plan Is Favored LANSING, Mich., July 21. (UP) —Gov. Liiren D.''Dickinson announced today the next step In his persona! crusade to save America's young womanhood. He Is going lo do some "plain-talking" to .drys anjl set them right'on the fnclhou.i of lnmienclli K Vpubllo,ophi,- The 80-year-old chief executive, who on two occasions In the last week has described how llnuqr lends young women to their ruin, hart tangible evidence of tlie rlght T ness of lils own methods. 'He had over 300. telegrams from . persons who listened to-his radio, bout with sin Wednesday -night: 'Some were not laudatory, but these were in proportion of one to 20, he said. "Many people seemed to think Michigan would become dry suddenly on the day I became go- crnor," he said. "I can't see thi.. the public mind is shaped up along ___ = ^ __ __ v tiii ^ ^ |t that line now. I expect to five north" "of "here", has"'been"\empor- som , c , plnin tnlkm ST to drys about ' working for changes In public opinion." LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 21 (UP)—The Pulaskl County Medical society's three-day survey ol. locii) opinion on the subject of a voluntary, non-profit, pro-pay lios- ppilal plan won it favorable vote from a majority of 150 business men assembled to discuss It. •' In the words of Ray F. McCarthy, executive director of 'the St. jLoiils Group Hospital Service, the new plan' would not,; : supplant insurance.--bill would! "aUppJemeiU iht IjDod .Insurance."?.! - .,„., ,-, • , McCarthy- came :lo^L4ttle. : ,Rock at the request of- the- medical 'society, lie said he would make a report of-his (ladings here to tlie society's committee on medical economics. . ' ;' ' ' He; said that the plan Is beneficial to '.'member hospitals; that participating hospitals will-benefit,. from, : a business standpoint It regular.-.pay.' for regular services He added that the main Idea is to get the right plnii before the right people of Greater Little >Rock. . "The average cost to workers and their families hi St. Louis Is $1.60 monthly but : I believe this price can be lowered here." arily closed lo traffic between seven o'clock in the morning and six o'clock in the afternoon while the work Is being completed. It had been open to traffic for about two weeks. Traffic has been so heavy and teams, have to cross Hie overp'ass so often that It had become haz- Dlckinson's parly with his estimate with clubbing Mrs. Vaughn lo death I ••"'doits for both the motorists and Leaders of quickly agreed of Michigan public opinion on the liquor question, by disavowing his views. . "Perhaps he is In a position to speak for the state administration," James F. Thomson, chairman ol near Bailey's tnvern south of Holland en Highway 01, Sept. 11, 1938. Continuance was asked by the defendants, who asserted some of their witnesses could not be present when the trial came up for hearing this week. Chicago Wheat July Sept. open 64 i-» 64 3-4 high 64 3-S 65 1-8 low 63 1-2 64 1-8 close 64 64 5-8 Chicago Corn Manila Legion Asks U. S. Stay In Philippines MANILA (UP)—A resolution asking the next national convention of the American Legion to go on record as opposed to United States withdrawal ol sovereignty over the Philippines has been adopted by the Manila post of the Legion. The res:lution urged the Ameri- workmcn, according to E. P. Douglas, resident engineer in charge of supervision of the state highway department, who issued the order. It TV 111 be at least four weeks the Republican said, "but the state party committee Is greater Roosevelt's Position On Drastic Politics Prohibition Measure Unkno'wn WASHINGTON, July "21.' (UP)— The senate receives the HaUh "clean politics" bill for concurrence In minor house changes today. Then It gees to President Roosevelt for hfs signature or veto. Mr. Roosevelt's position on the bill Is not known. It Is designed to separate politics from relief and prohlblls all federal government employes except the president, the vice, president, cabinet pnicei's, and other policy making officials from all political activity, Including ymr- llel|)Ktloii In presidential noinlnat- ng'conventions. H could cripple a lallonal politico! machine, The bill was passed 1 by the house ale last night allcr 1U opponents lad used every parliamentary maneuver they could think of to 1 dc"cat It, Tlie vole was 242 to W3 t had been sponsored In the senate >y Hen. Cnrl M. Hatch (Dem,, N M.) and In the house by Rep. John J. Dempscy (Dem., N. M.),- but the louso majority leadership and the national Democratic brganlr.atloi leaded by Postmaster Genera' James A. Parley opposed It vigorously. . . Tho bill was passed by the senate hi much, the same form . tha .lie;,house approved it last night Die, house Judiciary coramltlce ha' seni^lt to the floor yesterday-li whnt Hatch described ns "an cmas cuinled form.". Republicans and bloc of Democrats led by. Deinpsc taught for Ihc original version an wen. AS many tlriies^i.efprc.^durln Ihis'sesslon,' tha 'admlnlsTratlon wa handicapped by'[he failure of II members lo remain In the chum ber to oppose a coalition of Re publicans and conservative -Demo crals. . than one Individual and the governor doesn't spsnk for the party." Political circles In this capital of Michigan were speculating City Dog Catcher Becomes Active Again A number ot dogs not having city tags are being picked up by can Legion to make It part of its'; the dcg catcher and put .in the platform to advocate that tho pound, which has been moved to "Unied States should insist upon near the Blytheville Cotton Oil mill, her treaty rights in the Orient','Biid { Any dog not displaying a city I non-interference with her trade license tag on its'collar is eligible land commerce throughout the Pari to be destroyed, It was announced I today.- Dogs are kept In the pound Manila American Legion, for a day 'or two where owners J. Weldon may obtain them by paying a for- 1 f ,, , - , ^" liUVIIIltilH WVtV alJtLUUt Ullf IU- before the project ^s completed. I dn - y Bn w , lC , ther „,„' .. 8l(uUatBor of Irresistible force" was going to force Dickinson to run for reelection In 1940 when he will be 81 years old. This gladiator Is a character of Dickinson's own and when he. created It In his opening speech to the legislature In January, it created a tremendous Impression here. • according lo Mr. Douglas. The "dressing up" of the concrete slopes and sodding of tlie sides is now being finished before the melal rails are encased in concrete on each side of the slopes, to finish the work. East." The post's ' commander Is Jones, acting 0. S. Believes Cotton Patch Find May Be Meteorit Ernest E. Llndsey, who lives near Holland, Mo., believes he has fount a rare kind of meteorite which he picked up one-half mile north of the W. R. Snmtord store near Holland. ' The black lump, which resembles coal but which docs not smut and has a peculiar formation oil one side, Is about five Inches In diameter. U \vns picked tip In a cotton field where Mr. Llndsey was chopping -cotton for the second time recently. Residents.pr that community recall that last Sunday night they saw a blazlng'flre through the sky as If a meteor was falling nearby. Assassination Plot In Japan Is Thwarte TOKYO, July 21. (UP)—Pollc revealed today tlu\l: they ha thwarted an assassination plo against three -of Japan's most In lluentlal personages, Incliulln Tslinco Mat.sudnlra, former Japan ese ambassador to the.United Slate and now minister of the Impcrln household. The plot wns attributed unofll dally to anil-British agitators. High Commissioner to the Philippines since the return of Paul V. McNutt to Iht United States. open high low close July 39 3-8 40 39 39 Sept. 40 7-8 41 3-8 40 1-8 40 1-4 felt and purchasing the license. Snickers Peril lo Forests LANSING, Mich. (UP)—The per- Tlie resolution contended that son who carelessly losses away a withdrawal of United Slates sov- lighted cigarette butt Is Just about ereighly over the Philippines—due 10 times as much of a menace to to take place in 1946 under the forests as the "firebug," Michigan Tydlngs-McDuffie' Act-would "re- conservation department officials j cluce to a practical nullity the have discovered. Flxty-slx per cent I moral influence of the Unlled cf the forest fires In the state last ! States in cause a Good Samaritan Role Only Ends in Hospital PORTERVILLE, Cal. (UP)—The good Samaritan business Is In dispute with Cowboy Robert Gilbert at the present time. He encountered two stranded motorists in the mountains,,with their aulo bogged In a stream. He Utached his lariat to the car, gave Ills horse the heave-to sign, to which the animal responded with such hearty good will that, the saddle cinch broke, and Gilbert landed on the rocks In mid-stream with a broken pelvis. State Relief Funds For Pemiscot Reduced GoituU NOTEBOOK by Samuel F. Norrls The motion to return the bill to e full house came as a surprise ovo following a busy morning in hlch a 15-mlnute filibuster b'y epresentatlve Carroll Rollings-' 01 th of Bradley county prevent-' a \oto on a leiolutiori to send group of legislators to Washing- n to confer will) Jesse Jones, cad of the Reconstruction Fin-' ico corporation, - ' Tlie resolution to send the legls-, tors to confer with Jones was ilioduccd by Representative Royce r el£cntiergcr of Hempstead, coun-, ', who Insisted that Jones cou)d 11 the delegation what interest itcs should be paid on the boncls. Holllngsworlli succeeded In 'talk- IE until the end of the morning csslon, thus preventing a vote on, ic resolution.' *" , Action or tho committee in •''re 1 truing the bill to the liouse was nposed by Representatives John escy mid Dan Johpston, both- of honi spoke nsalnst It. ' "" As the session went into the afr irnoon without a lunchceon re- css the legislators were debating lie move of Representative Wll- am L Ward of Lee county, who otight to linvc the commHtee-ap- loved bill sent to the engrossing ommlttce for final revision and rcsentatlon to HID house Monday, or n final vote. ,, Jones Sends Telegram • ... LITTLE ROCK, July 21. (UPP-^ :'hc senate's refunding committee iiel in executive session today and' t '•'Card Lt. Gov. Dob' Bailey read a' elcgram' fiom Jesse Jones, -who', aid Unit tho RFC would buy a ubslantlal poillon of Hie propo;,-; d' leiundlng bonds, provided It vould mean a substantial saving, o the, slate. . The'commltleo spent fin hour re- flewlng the testimony of 14 busl- ieis men who have appeared be-, tore It during lho"lait-(hree days.- It moied to Invite Slate Cohip- trolloi GoH and State Highway Olrectoi W/ W. Mitchell to appear befoic It'this, afternoon -,•< • = The i»'o s^te 'offlcjaj$ ; \vere t jo v , explain various factois bearing' on (he bill. Tlic' committee , expects to have a ie|wrt ready for submission to the senate by Mdn'day. To Kn gross Bill - ' , LITTLE ROCK, July 21. .{OPJ — The house recessed ,vthis afternoon: until 1 pm, Monday after moving to order the engrossing committee to pieparc Governor Bailey's amended bond refunding bill preparatory (o a final vote early next week. In the ; meantime the senate reconvened at 2 o'clock this afterr n:on to receive amendments to Us refunding bill; Caruthersville Jaycees ' Plan Reelioot Picnic CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo, 'July 90.—Tlie Caruthcrsvllle Junior nhamber of Commerce ,will hold- annual picnic at Reelfoot lake, Monday night, July 31, it .was an- nounccd yesterday by President ^ Leonard Limbaugh. The aftair will be atcndcd by wives and guests' of tho members. ' • ^ Limbaugh said n committee composed of Glftord Edgerton, Fred Henley, Roy Harper and Frank Wilks had been appointed to contact and confer, with n '.group' of Arkansas cotton men who prOr pose to locate a cotton seed oil mill In Southeast .Missouri, and tiy to get them to locate the mill The plant will ' '"" Tlic World's All Klglit For II years U. S. Branson, loci architect and golt a'ddlct, has fo lowed the elusive shadow ot O Man Par. Numerous times he ha tho contrary old fellow almost his grasp, only to sec him sll^ . ,„ . . nimbly away and vanish. Next day, '5115,003 to $200.000 and W II have he would nnd him hovering around a \\ecky payroll of about $1,500 the nrst tee with the same taunt-|n'id.will operate ftom six to eight Ing challenge. i months ot the year. Monday atlcrnooii. Mr. Bransonl came up to the number nine tee Another Gangster Dies CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo,, July 20, one over par. He had taken a five * —Edgar Moorman, head of the relief office here, announced yesterday that the office had received only $1,395 to meet direct relief needs in Pemiscot County for July. the Orient, . and would year were attributed lo smokers, serious decline In the power and prestige of the United THE LONGER THE BETTER States In International affairs." As a matter of national policy, the forthcoming Chicago Ameri lirlilgc Fan, Alone, Is Lost HANCOCK, Me. (UP)~An avid bridge fan became lost while on a can Legion convention was asked fishing excursion In the back- to advocate that the United States woods. His bridge club took pity Kidnaped by U armed Arab rebels, Gerould R. Goldner, above. American missionary from Akron, 0., is reported held tor fitm llarid m oriental diplomacy, twine to carry next time. No pro$5000 ransom near Dead fcea, as a s t a bl| 2 i n g influence In Inter-'vision was made for his being a national relations." fourth at bridge. "should hold and defend every po- on him and at the next meeting lltical and ecoricmtc front gained presented him with a compass, a In the Pacific, and maintain a map, a frying pan and a bail of Palestine. Oklahoma Mail Carrier • Last to Give Up Horse DUNCAN, Okla. (UP)—Alvey Lister, who switched to horseback for carrying his rural mall after "the wheels wore' out" on his was;:n, has been forced to give way to this modern age. An automobile has been put to work civ the 38-mll6 route that Lister served for four years and he has scld his two horses. He was the on the nrst hole and had not been able to regain the .stroke that would have enabled him lo look the slippery old ghost In the eye. One over par on eight holes; Lmt month, $2,340 was allotted this. That wasn't particularly unusual county. • (or U. S. He had come within one Moorman sold this reduction was stroke of his ambition ".many times because ol the recent legislature's In the past 11 years. No use to gel refusal to appropriate the sum the excited this time. Now If he had Social Security asked for for Moorman said relief hereafter will different . . . . but one stroke be restricted to families that have over. He surely wouldn't do It on no uiicmployables, and that It will this round, be necessary to take about IQfl •. Anyway, U. S. banged his drive families from the county relief right down the alley. His approach In Gangsters' Graveyard PHILADELPHIA, July 21. (UP) —Frank Piccolo, 49, notorious garigr ster recently released from prison, was slain on a 'South Philadelphia street today in the sectlcn described as the "gangsters' graveyard," Commission had come up to the last tee with an the entire stale, even par, that would have been rolls within the next two months. Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS. III., July 21 (UP)—Livestock: Hogs, 5100. Top 685. 170-230 Ibs 670-680. 14C-160 Ibs. 610-G35. Bulk SOWS 385-625. Cattle 1300. Slaughter steers 625-976. Mixed yearlings & heifers 700900. last of Oklahoma's rural mail car-1 Slaughter heifers 750-850. rlers covering his route on hcrsc-1 Beef cows 500-600. back. Cutters & low cutters 375-475. shot was on the green, but 15 feet aivay from the pin. Number nine Is a par four hole. '•Boys", he told the other members of his foursome, "It I sink Uils one the drinks are on mel' A good putt would give him birdie three ana paste Old Man Par right on the nose. But you've got to be pretty accurate to sink a 15 footer. Secretly, U. S. didn't think he could do It, but, he carefully surveyed the" situation, stepped up and gave the ball a smooth tap, then watched It trickle rlghf up to the hole and drop In. Ves sir, the world's all right There's no such thing as a ghost, Blinkers Put On Bulls _-• COLESBURO, South Africa (UP) —Home-made blinkers, for bulls, to prevent them attacking people have been evolved by J. J. van BHJon, of colesburg. He uses, a piece of sheet-lrcn 10 Inches long and 12 wide, reinforced at the top vdlh thick wire, punched through Two tlie which is horns. holes are "blinker," then lied to the bull's WEATHER Arkansas—Partly ckudy tonight and scallered thundershowers In east and extreme north portions; Saturday net sb warm In northwest portion. ' Memphis and vicinity — Partly cloudy tcnlghl and Saturday and not so warm Saturday..

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