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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAS^ ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXVII—No. 152 Blythevllle Courier, lilythcvllle Daily News, ,,. v ,,,,..,,,,, . ,, . m /i«Qvo 'PIIITDOMIV c-tMxinni.nM. ,, ,«,„> _Wi l 5Y!i 1 Li 1 !£r lll < 5 . Mississippi valley Leader. <^ I lli'A'ILLK, ARKANSAS, IIIUHSDAY, SKITMMIilCH II, 19HO SlNGLE.COPIES FIVE CENTS'' COUNTY MUST MEET ITS FEED PROBLEM Dropping of Tuition Fees Brings Many More Into - Grades and Junior High. That the dropping; o( the tuition fc.;s in the white public schools lias matlo a substantial increase In enrollment Is evident from reports of the three grammar schools and junior high school. The enrollment ot the senior high school It not yet completed, according to Miss Rosa M. Hardy, principal. In the four schools, there arc 327 more students today than there were Tuesday. More arc expected when they have learned that no uiitlon will be charged. The largest increase was in the Sudbury and Lnnge schools. There were 451 In schcol today at Sudbury compared to 240 Tuesday. The first week of school last year showed 488 in attendance. Tn the Lnnge school there are 205 today which Is 105 more than were there Tuesday. Slightly more than 200 attended the first week last year. Little change was noted in the Central ward and Junlo r high schools: There were 189 at Central Tuesday and 193 today while the Junior high department had 227 today, only seven more than Tuesday and has 17 more students than at this time last year. Stromboli In Violent Eruption MESSINA. Sicily. Sept. 11. (UPi —The Stromboli volcano blew off its cone in a violent eruption w- day. One person was kilted and sever- ''• al Injured. j Stromboli is a volcanic Island In the Lipari group off the northern $25,725.54 of I'ncveaso Accounted for by Two Mill Voluntary Tax. • const of Sicily. It is a circular Is- i Mississippi county . has received laud that rises some 3.000 fee' ; 5430,935.92 from the office of W. W. ?.bovc the sea. The crater on cr | shaver, shcriif and collector, from northwest slope of the island !• i various county, road and school been active almost continually lor lax cs of 1929, payable In 1930. the hundreds of years. rccelll settlement by the sheriff'; The population of the island i- | office with the county reveals. The Picks Model Model As Model Wife several thousand. The Italian statcine'nt of collections and distrl- al islands to which political foes ' bution prepared by the Courier of the Fascist government often News based on figures compiled by lave been sent arc in the Lipnr I p. E. Cooley. county auditor, shows group. an increase of approximately $44,- Cloiids of ashes nnd red ho'. ,000 over the 1029 income of $38fi[- sfoncs fell in the surrounding dii- | 815 47 tiicts. causing fires. The no Of the $44,000 Increase in income ,. ^.. u ^..,^ *,.,..,. in.- itmi i ui me $«,uuu increase in income lava invaded the district of Sum?. ( however, approximately $25.UOOwas Bortolo, destroying vines ami crons collected IhroinUi application of a A strong earthquake was felt si- voluntary (ax ot two mills in nddi- miiHaueously with the eruption at [| nn t 0 the regular five mill tax. Lipnri. the Island penal colony 1 T i,i s w!>s collected for the county which asked for relief from Mes . general fund to be applied on ac- siiva. Latest reports ! cumulated indebtedness said Stromboli'? i county. Only the usual of the live mil! Simon Heads Committee A committee ot 11 persons headed by Farris Simon was named b} u body of approximately T5 schoo' patrons nt a meeting last- nigh and charged with the task of making a thorough investigation of the local school situation with a viov toward effecting a regular nlni jr.cnllis school term without tui tlon'.measures. Mr. Simon was unanimously Named ..chairman- of the meeting which was held at the -city hal" auditorium. He gave a brief his tory of the school problem, sayint the indebtedness had been accumulating for years resulting in bond Issues which had nov. : become on oi the burdens en the district. Suggests Salary Cut No criticism of past administrations was ottered by Mr. Simon who stated it was the duty of all persons to cooperate with th school board In preventing furth? indebtedness in the future by th strictest possible economy. A voluntary salary cut of jr proximately 15 per cent would fc - asked of teacher now employed, li; said, .and suggested a general re duction in next year's contracts it a ratio that would be commensurable with the situation. Opposes Tax Boost Mr. Simon stated that he oprx" es any tax increase at the prcseir lime, but thnt he will personal!: aid in a public subscription of air- necessary tunds this year. The meeting voted to rctnir, Cooper and Alexander, law finr for counsel and expressed its thanks for advice already given. A list of the committeemer named to act in behalf of the patron's group ar.d in cooperation with the school board is as fol lows: Farris Simon, chairman; Claude P. Cooper, secretary; J3f Alexander. O. W. Davis, A. J. Baker. O. B. Boone, A. R. RIggan, E. E. Alexander. John Buchanan, Jim Smith and W. G. Maxwell. nctivity was growing less. A sligh ! lax was in effect, in 1029 ami $74.- earihquake was fell at Ro|X>:i 01 , -182 25 wns collected for the gen- Ihr Calfibrian mainland. ' cral fund. The regular five mill lax ! paid this year brought in an tn- icome of S1G.898.43. ! Approximately ll.l per cent of . the total county taxes 'nre dclin- | quenl this year based on the vaii- ! ance between taxes extended 01 i the books and actual collection- ;.j as compared with an approximate ' llelinquency of 15.5 per cent In Of the collections made by the T1 i i, WJ o i • i sheriff and collector's office this IhoiltllH He Was beeklllg; year all but approximately $1G4.- to Pntoi- Hn Homo ^Kr, ^' G - 88 nnd n ' rca<| y bcm advanced 10 Liiu.1 nt.r nome ono beforc the fina i settlement was Tells BentOll Officers. , made recently. j Following are the figures: BEUTON.. Ark.. Sept. 11. (UP)- : Total collections minus Mrs. Jack Rny. 35. was held b,v. commissions' tor varl- county officers today while an in-: vestigatlon was befog made of in- ', shooting of Jack Lancaster, 69, near • here early today. \ Mrs. Ray admitted shnotim? t 11 " 1 ! man, officer said, but said she shot When Helcne Hnskin. daughter of au aristocratic old southern fam- ly. was only n child, she was selected-as n "magazine cover" girl by McClelland Barclay, Illustrator, commercial artist and society painter of Easthampton, L. 1. Miss Ilnsklu Is now 19, has "come out" In society and has posed for a score oi Barclay's best magazine illustrations. And in the Intervening years, llnvclny decided that slw would nake a model wife, and their engagi'iKCiil has been announced. Miss Hnskin ib shown in the inset and, at right, is Barclay al work on a figure for which Ills future bride posed, School district 52 School district 53 School district 54 .. J,687.30 .. 3,484.21 .. 1,588.34 Total C h I c k a s n wbn district school tax .. $142.502.25 Funds collected on school tax do not represent total Income of school districts ns state apportionment and school land Incomes are liom other sources. oils county, road and ' school ta;:es of 1020 (paid .In 19301 SI30.m5.92 Distribution of Funds 1030 -1929 Lancaster when she believed he was > County general \ prowler attempting to enter- >i"i fnn<i 5 ml " home. Lancaster lay unconscious neir- tax County general fund vol 2 S 70,398.43 74.482.25 ly three" hours after the shooting, mm tax % 2 5,725.54Novollnx ivhlch occurred at 1 a. in., before i .Mrs. Ray called for aid. office;' ' said. " ' ! road ' Star Quartet Members Attend Cooter School; sch<H)l;i Funding bond Chickasawba dist. schools - Osceola- dist. 39,149.46 38.014.9C 10.570.S1 10.399.25 142,502.25 133.003.15 ... 13C.OB9.27 130,815.47 Total collections 8430,035.52388.815.47 COOTER. Mo. — Misses Katye ! Belle and Mary Alace Reddick, once ! members of the famous Star Quar- Total county road nnd tct of Crockett county, Tenn., are school tax extended for making their home'at Cooter and .collection on tax books ire attending the local high school.' in 1930 S484.829.ia 430.935.92 While traveling with the Star' Actual collections Quartet, which included Alma Red- . ~'~ dick and Lovcrne Agee, they sans Delinquent and errors 5=3.893.18 -n various cities of the Southland 1 . Per cent of tax extended for•jjpl- ind were en the cp?ning ff the Blythevillc. Ark. e m-o°ram it the lection clashed ns delinquent about Home 0 Theatre in 'M*- Min[ l^»L. a L simi !^.??:. They are now members of th? i high schoo] Quartet. ,ricd last year (1929) approximately 15.TX. ^ Terrapin Pays Her: Mortgage ' Angered at Small Loot, Bandit Shoots Druggist CHICAGO, Sept. 11. (UP)—A bandit who became angry because his victim had only S40 shot and killed Willie Fiddelke. 25, ns Fid delke lay face downward upon the floor of his drug store waiting for Ihe bandit and n companion to complete their work last night: FLASHES •VR1GOYEN LEAVES ARGENTINA BUENOS AIRES, Sept. 11 (UI>)_nypolilo- Vrljoyen, dc- pcscd president of Argentina. ™lrd on the cruiser Bclgrano today toward Montevideo, Uru- Ituay. SUGGESTS WORLD ARMS PARLEY GENEVA, Se:>t. (UP)—Arthur Henderson, the Brilish forclsn r rcrcUiry, Icld Ihe^Ieajue of nations assembly today that "\vc hope before 1936 agreements will be made whereby no more capital ships will ever be constructed. "We hope the council of Ihe rneue of nations will be able to call a gr ( fal 'world disarmament conffrfiice next year." he said. Distribution of funds to various districts but with treasurer's commission not yet deducted: Osccola District - School district 1 25.531.81 Part of Tuesday's Bank Holdup Loot Recovered; Another'Man Sought. VAN BUDEN, Ark., Sept. 11. (UP) —Five men and one woman were held in Jail and a search was being made for n sixth man.today !:i connection with the robb'pry of the Commercial bank of Alma Tuesday. , With the arrest of the six. two of them near Muldrovv. Okla., S1.1W of the $1,500 taken by the baiuli'.i was recovered. Don Ftorcs, Champaign. III., nn:i Homer Scott. Kansas City, wer< charged with the robbery, nnd Tillie Made Scott. Noah Shop, Jack , Spradlcy and Charley Williams, all I of Van Buren, were charged with being accessories to the robbery. Another searched for was believed to be the driver of the automobile In which Fiores and Scott escaped after robbing the bank. Fred Clements, 27, Dies in St. Louis Hospital Fred Clements. 27. son of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wood, died al a St. Louis hospital early today follow Ing a brief illness. The' remains will be brought here tomorrow and the trip continued to Hydrick, Ark.. Hold Negro For Attack at Memphis MEMPHIS. Sept. 11. (UP)—John l.re Davis, negro. 19, was taken Into custody by gwllce today a n d questioned In connection with a brutal attack last night on Ruth llniulnill, 18-year-old Memphis girl. The girl was returning "to her "J home last night when she was las- oed by her assailant und dragged o a dark nllcy ne'arby, according Senator Will Seek Democratic Nomination; Hucy Long May Enter Race. HOT SPRINGS. Ark., Sept, 11. lUI'J—A piogram for the comlii; two years and plans for tlic November election were being prepared today by delegates nt the apcn- hi(! meeting of the two day Mill: Democratic convention. Outstanding was a movement to endorse United Stales Senator Jo- egjli T.-Robinson of Arkansas n' a presidential nominee In 1032 Robinson Is understood to hnve consented to the endorsement and will be nn nctlve cnndldnte lor the nomination. A spirited flghl for the speakcr- shlp of the house at tin 1 next session of the legislature wns I'eltlnii under way Uulny here with candidates for the post o|)cnlng headquarters. The keynote address of the convention pro|x?r wns lo be uuidt 1 by llnrry L. Ponder o[ WtilmiL Klilgo, who was nnmcd Icmiwrury chulr- inan. Clranviilc Talum of Logan county w.i.s selected temporary sccre- ary. Seek Negro For Death of Woman KUSSE|.l.VIL!,K, Avk.. Sept. 11. iTJl'i—Mub violence wns fonvcil hfir twhv ns enraged citizens nncl nmYoi-s M'.uchcd river bottoms fo:' noli Davis. ncKro who last nigh' rnn over ami killed Mrs. Irene llar- dliiK. •to. or Alklns, nml seriously Injured her lt!-yenr-old daughter. The iic^ro abandoned Ills auto- mnlillc and Hod following the ne cidcnt, A pos.se Immediately began mi all iilRh 1 . search for him after Iih identity wns learned. BUI SEED FDR $125,000 Plan I Will Handle Product of North Arkansas Rice Belt. School district 10 21.032.47 School district 2 16.885.79 w her« burial will be made. School district 3 1.571.411 The deceased, who lived in Blytheville with his parents until last year, visited here three weeks Ego when he was apparently in excellent health. Death came fro:r complications of kidney disease. His mother was called to his bedside Tuesday and nis sister. Miss Ann Clements, went to St. Loui' 1,750.26 7.939.24 103.22 School district 19 8,003,70 I School district 25 , 23,307.62 School district 11 i School district 13 ! School district 1C School district 28 5.88 School district 31 11.814.95 : School district 35 School district 36 j School district 51 School district 55 1 Total Osccola .district : tax CHickasnwba Dlslricl School district 4 2,683.52 i Schcol district 5 60.560.03 j 12,025.75 j yesterday. He is also survived bv 4.902.3G j t wo brothers, Tony and Panama 1.046.26 Clements. Before coming to Blythevllle several years ago the family reside-' at Jonesboro where Fred Clemcnls was a student at Arkansas A. auci M. college. o the story told i "I.onp for I'rcslilpnl" NEW ORLEANS. Segil. 11. (UP) —Enthusiastic supporters of Gov. Hiicy P. Long, jubilant nl his victory over Senator Joseph rtansdell In the Democratic senatorial con- te.si, placarded all Louisiana today with "Long for President" |»sters Neither Long nor Rnnsdell made any post-election statement nl though the governor's plurality was over 35,000 and only a few precincts remained In be counted. Several weeks ago Long; Intimated he would "consider the prcs : idcncy if the opportunity presented Itself." Severn! times In enm palgu speeches the governor In- JONKSIiOHO, Ark. — Secretary Chnpln of the Jonesboro chamber nl commerce has announced that a GOO-IJiirrel capacity rlee mill will bo erected on the site of the old Roberts Cotton Oil mill here. Work will Kl^rt about Ottobcr 10. The company will have a payroll of about 550,000 yearly, and expects lo mill over n million dollars worth of rice each season. It will Imniile Ihe crop ol Ihe northern bell, from Hunter to Otwell, which now yields about one and one-half million bushels of rice, with room for considerable expansion. No Free Distribution Planned in Mississippi County by Relief Committee. An appeal to farmers and land owners of Mississippi county to cooperate in a program 'of preventing sacrifice of livestock because of lack of feed wns voiced last night by members ot the county drouth relief committee! In a conference with . officers ot the local Reil ' Cross chagilcr. ' . There will be a serious feed shortaeg In Mississippi county un-.. shortage In Mississippi county uu: of all available feed nnd unless this Is supplemented by . the extensive planting of winter pasture crops. Now Is the time to plant and farmers arc urged to ncl nl once without waiting for help which is mi: "kely to materialize. - .\" There Mill be no .free rtiilrlbu- tion of hcetl far fall gardens or winkr pasture In Mississippi • county by the Iwul Krrt Cross •hapier or by the county drouth relief comnilltcf, anil it is nut iintlrlpatfd tint there will be any such distribution by any other agency. Thnt leaves the situation - up, to. lie former, with such cooperation s hq can obtain from -the' owner T his land, his banker, cr the mer-i hunt he patronizes. Roy Walton, chairman of the lo- llnrry K. liovay Tcnn.. will be the The girl's screams attracted pas-j formed voters he wns "hQaded for "ersby uiid the negro lied. CHIKFIH Dther Foreign Vessels on Yangtse Also Subject ol Attack; No Casualties. WASHINGTON. Sept. 11. (UP) —Foreign vessels on the Ynngts' river arc being subjected to heavy firing from the shore • when they pass a point 45 miles west of Klu- kinng. Consul General Frank P. Lockhnrt at llnnkow reported to Ihe state department today. The ships fired upon include American merchantmen'and American naval vessels. The foreign ships have returned the fire. Lockhart's message said, but this has not stopped the attack. Trench mortars, machine guns and rifles are being used by th? forces on the shore in these attacks, the informant said. Foreign shins also have been fired upon nt three other points along the riv cr. No casualties have occurred thus far. according to Lockhart's telegram. Ihe White House." Congressman James O'Connor. deleatcd for renominatlon In the llrst congressional district, stild hr would flic suit lo investigate tlv vote In St. Bcrnnrd parish where he charges the total vote for Lon? and his running male for congress. Joseph Fernandez, exceeded by 2,000 the number of registered Democratic voters. Itonscvell Out as \Vel ALBANY, N. ,Y., Sept. 11. (UP) — Prohibition was assured today of a prominent place in the coming state campaign as n result of Governor Franklin D. Roosevelt's stand for repeal of the 18th amendment. The reaction among polities' lenders here wns vnrlcd. for tlie most part, but nearly nil quarter 1 agreed the utterance would have a significant bearing on Die governor's future cnreer. particularly his chances of becoming the Democratic presidential nominee In 1932. Drys declared tlie immedlaie effect of the governor's letter was to ally him with Tammany HaP which Is outstandingly wet. nf Memphis, president ol Jonesboro nice Milling Company ond W. O. Gnrvcy, tor ninny years associated willi Ihe rice inrluslri In Louisiana and Arkansas, will'be the vice-president and genera' manager of this plant. Instructions have been Issued by Mr'.'-B ovay lo' si a r fwrtrk 1mm edlatc lv nnd he expect-i to take persona r-harge of the reconstruction of the building - and placing of the rice mill machinery on or about Octo bur 15th. and It is expected tlm rice will be poiirlng Into the exist inR warehouse!, on this site Jus i* s-on as threshing starts this season. The industrial site mentioned I; the property of the St. Louis South western Railway Company and ha been leased lo the Jonesboro Rio Milling Company for n long term o years. In making (lie announcement Mr Chnpln acknowledges the aid am assistance of the officials of the St Lcnis Southwestern Railway Com pnny. 163.55 S136.089.21 , school district s tio.3Ki.Ujj,, r> ij Ci ' M lU • school district 6 s.441.631 Looter Uold alar Mottier Writes of Trip to France School district 7 1.571.0' | School district 8 537.82 School district 0 6.941.95 School district 15 5.382.911 COOTER, Mo.— Mrs. Llllle Strong. "««-f » "..-, .«. — , «-H,llWJl UWlilV.1.- *M ....... w,«w«.w» 1 - ., School district 17 ....... 2,443.85 the only Gold-Star Mother in 4.911.28 jPcmlscot county to visit her son's 1.390.92 j grave in France, has written a let- 5.234.60 ', ter from Queenstown. Ireland. touching the "high spots" of her Three Hurt in Accident at Wynne Fair Yesterday WYNNE. Ark.. Sept. 11. <UP>Three persons were Injured here nst night when a motorcycle slipped off the side of n mo'.ordrome at n fair here. The motorcycle, ridden by Waller Kemp, 30. fell, knocking th 1 : motorcycle of Speedy Price. 26. from the same side of the drome. Mth falling Into a crowd of spec- talors.. One spectator was slightly Injured. Kemp and Price sustained serious Injuries. ! School district 20 • School district 22 i School district, 23 i School district 24 ; School district 27 i School district 29 ! School district 30 1.G17.22 2.045.97 829.95 995.84 pilgrimage thus far. ' She tells of the generosity, hos- pitolity and courtesy shown them Schcol district 33 ' School dlslrict 34 t\ pet Untie called Cantor Dust School dislrlct 37 won $7100 for Mrs. Clara v. Da>, I School distcirt 38 School district 32 S/TOS-tt j en every hand: that Ihey nre nl- 1.298.91 j ways guests of honor everywhere 2.358.45 j and on all occasions. She ended 1.4l9.mlhcr narrative with: "Certainly we 2,100.32! are paid such homage ns was never who lives on a farm near Poncn I School district 39 2.087.50 i paid before, but when you pause a Cily, Okla.. when It brought down j School dislrlct 40 11.5.21.7? [moment, you know that we are first prize in the national terrapin i School district 44 1.22S7~ entitled to this for ours certainly derby at the 101 Ranch arena. ! School dislrlct 45 l^S.B'i was the Supreme Sacrifice." Fonca City. Mrs. Day says the . School district 47 1.781.27 prize money will pay olf the rnsrt-1 School district 43 1.S1B.97 page mi her farm, nnd provide n ' School district 49 1,41534 few unexpected luxuries besides; School district 50 1.09G.49 A single female oyster can pro ducc .as many as 6,000.000 chil dren. s primary obligation of the Red ;. "t was imperative that .the Luxora School Holds Its Opening Exercises LUXORA. Ark.---School opened here Monday with Stipl. T. D. Wilklns presiding over the owning exercises. Rev. A .L. Riggs. pastor rf the Methodist church, conducted the devotional period, and S. J. Smith, represented the school board | Th " c ' El Paso Contractor KillsJWile, Suicide EL PASO, Tex.. Sept. II, (UP —George Cook, electrical contract/) nnd prominent in hushiccs, socla and fraternal circles of El Pas "hot and killed his wife, probably fatally wounded his son. 1, and then committed suicide today. He made no attempt to harm his sister-in-law. Margaret Love with whom the son wns sleeping at the time of the thooting. . The child, with two bullels In his brnin, wns reported dying al a local hospital. P-licc sought n motive for the killings. Harry H t Myers Hurt in Automobile Accident in welcoming the members of the faculty. The enrollment Is some- \Vhat small, due to the early opening nf the cotton, nud n number of the students will' not enter school until the cotton K picked. The following teachers ccnstttuSe the fac-1 of Harry H. Myers United States commissioner, whr was Injured in an automobile accident near Bradford last night was reported serious today. Myers wns riding In a car drlv- by c 'y wood p - ot Little which collided with a car Marshall of ulty: T. D, Wilkins. Supt.. Floyd 1[„..„., Merlin. W. D. Burke. Misses Annie j v llle. Lee Hodges nnd Wilmolh Tenny-1 Marshall nnd Ncal son. high schccl: Misses t.ois Hill, j slight Injuries al chapter of the Red Cross, and 1, R. Babcock, chairman of the haplcr's dlsaslcr relief committee, ook the position thnt. 'inasmuch is prevention of human suffering s the ' Cross, organization "conserve Its resources 'or whatever situation m>y develop lext winter. ' • '' land Owners Must Help The great no^.no;y..a<;c_oj;dlng.to.- y : mcinbers of the drouth .relief' com'-. issto awiualut fanners faced with the problem of wintering slock wllh ..the value of \vinlec wheat as a pasture crop. The majority of those who'can use seed io advantage either have the inon- • ey lo buy It or can arrange to get it, it is believed, once they realize thr. necessity ot innklng provision now for carrying their stock thru the winter at n minimum of" ex- ' pense. Land owners and land companies selling small tracts to farmers-'on contract must realize an obligation In the present situation, it was'felt, end must nsslst in the winter.feed program to keep their tenants and . Innd buyers in shape to make d new crop next year. Save Corn, Soy Beans '..•' Another extremely Important ii- pcct of the situation is the need for conserving nil present feed . resources. There is virtually enough feed in the county to winter all livestock, in the opinion of J. E. Crlt?,, county agricultural agent. The difficulty s that much of it Is In a form which is difficult to harvest and requires more or less preparation to make a satisactory feed. , , v ' In spite of the long summer's drouth soy beans are turning out much better than was anticipated a month ago, and the problem now Is that of getting the maximum benefit out of them. In tile hope of -blaming information that will aid farmers of the county in the proper harvesting and storing of this ,crop, particularly when grown with corn, Mr. Crilz and J. Mell Brooks, secretary of of the chamber of commerce, left yesterday to attend the annual convntton of the. American Soybean association at Urbana, 111. Soybeans will go three times as far if harvested as if merely used for pasture, STr. Crltz declared. Constalks, either with or without soybeans, are also a valuable feed, nnd should be saved. Shredded or ground they will be much more ac- Hazel Broach. Mary Lynch, Moxinej Halslcad and Mo. dames Ballew and . Bryan, grade learners. Joekel's Talk Pleases Blylheville Rotarians Wi« Seek to Abolish DictatorshiD in Germany BERLIN, Sept. 11 (UP)—A move Intended to banish any danger of dictatorship in Germany after the r election of a new Rctchestng next'Samuel L.. Joe!;:!, of Austin, Tex., Sunday was Inaugurated last night on "What Is Life?" This discussion and will also have greater feed value. Criii Favors Wheat Blue stem and red May wheat are the varieties recommended by J. E. Crltz, county agricultural agent, for winter pasture, and • an n ., ,, . ., . ., ruot trashes While UI . . n r agen, or wnter pasture, and-an Plying in Dense rog effort is to be made to have a sut: flclent quantity ot tills seed stocked DAVEY, Neb., Sept. 11. tUP)— | b >' lKal dealers to meet the de- Joe Lowrey, 25, Lincoln, piloting r i mind. About n bushel of wheat"tfl Members of the Rotary club, at Sttnson-Detroltor. for the Brow?r Airplane of Kansas. , . their weekly lur.cheon meeting to- cr £ shed . to , earth nsar her ' c day, heard a sermon (nlk by Dr. ™f" . hc became confused while by German political leaders. i on !was one of Ihe besl lalks ever flying in a dense fog. The politicians attempting to as-! given before this group, Rotarians sure continuance of an orderly pol-j declared, following the meeting. \ Him! government under Chancell-1 7he Rev. C. drier Davis, In i or Heinrlch Bruening after the dec-1 charge of the singing at the First [ tlon suggested !•> the chancellor he Presbyterian church where Dr. Von Hindenbun's July 20 dictatorial tax reform decree and other de- crcs into ordinary legislative bills. HE KNEW HIS CAR HOT ' SPRINGS, Ark. (UP)— Bill Brlggs, local garage elec- i. Informed police Ills ear had ilen >he told them If thr drove It more than 15„ .. , - on hour It would burn up. Is conducting an evangelistic The charred car was found on the mtcllng, sang f.iree Rolarian songs. Arlcadelphla road several hours lat- Anothcr guest wns the Rev. er. The speedometer was stuck nt Marsh M. Callnw.iy. host pistor, I 25 miles an hour. the acre is recommended by Mr. Crltz, who recommends that (Continued on page three) WEATHER ARKANSAS.- Partly cloudy to unsetled tonight nnd Friday; prob- »M« showers In the northeast portion. It was 83 here yesterday with a minimum temperature of 73 and .10 Inches of rain, nccordln'g to the official weather observer, Francii Carper.tpr. ,

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