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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHRAHT Anu-iM,,.., 1-«-« f f ^/ XXXVI—NO. 118. nlythcvjllc Courier Hlylhevllle Herald Chinese Properties Of American, British Interests Damaged Ky United Press AUneks on American and British property in China ami fcrnonstraljons a^insl hot), c-ountrie. conthnied ZUo today In mBing sharp protests from consular authorities I He United States consular authorities prolcsled strontr o the Japanese against, tho * L_ _L Mississippi Valley Lender Blylhevlllo Dally News ly lo IJc-mblng of the American Lulher-l nil mission hospital at Kiosiiau They pointed out that tin- iiosy'l In! is Isolated on a hill outside llu town and Is marked by 11 United States flags. Concern was expressed for large the t-afety ol Americans in the interior especially at voclmw. where it \vis imported that Japrme.se ™ £ H'sh mid Americans from the city and then burned the American reformed The American mission church. by a prolest was pnr- vigorouji British pio- lcs<, agate the destruction of iwo Brilisn inercliant ships on the Yangtze river when Japanese airplanes bombed the plant of 'tlic British Asiatic Petroleum company at reliant-. A British merchant officer was wounded. The bickering in Europe between Poland and Danzig grew more bitter loday when the D.in?.i" government handed Poland a "note rejecting Warsaw demands in n dispute over customs, The note was understood to have characterized (lie Polish demands us "provocative" nnd based on false rumors. Poland had insisted in a note which was termed nn "ultimatum" that Danzig cease interfering with Polish customs officers on the Prussian frontier. Danzig denied any intention of interfering with the officers. While the tension continued over Dan- nig war precautionary preparation.? throughout Eiirorjc continued. Premier Mussolini watched IdiV ((00 Italians defend the Po Valley n Cain si an imaginary invasion from France. Some estimates of the lottil of men' now on a war footing In Europe go as high as 11.000,000. New York Cotton NEW YORK. Aug. 7. (UP>Cotton closed steady. open iiigh 8D8 902 : S81 -884 808 8G1 Oct. .....; Uec, _..._.^._-. Jan. . T. 8B8 .Mar. 858 May July low «lcse 897 DOO ..87fl>' 381 807 363 Bob Burns Is Van liuren's Gncsl Today VAN BUREN, Ark., Aug. ^ (UP) —Bob Bums, the Arkansas Gypsy who got rich acting us a lilck, was the toast of Van Bin-en today. The Arkansas traveler was home for the world premier of his newest picture, "Our Leading Citizen," and Gov. Carl R. Bailey led the thousands who came lo pay tribute to the yokel boy who made good. Aunt Pe.ichy Slm.i, Grandpa Snazzy and the many other fictional kin of the bazooka-playing comedian got all excited. But strange as it seems. Robin Burns actually has no blood relatives here, and (he site where he was bom now is covered by a modernistic school building. But the town claims him, for Bob Burns lias done right, by Van Buren. Prom almost every city, town and hamlet in Arkansas came •leading citizens" for today in Van Buren Is officially "our leading citimi day." Most towns sent delegates and Ihe number of visitors •an into the thousands. NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MUBOURl BhYTHKVlUB, AKKANSAK, MONDAY, AUGUST 842 827 845 827 858 842 825 Spols closed nominal at JffiO DS9n 84S 820n up New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 7. (UP) — Cotton futures closed steady fcday with gains up to 30 cents "a.bale. Oct. Dec, Jan. Mar. May July open 905 891 •877 807 853 835 high Q13 894 878 871 85 f> 8M low 907 891 877 807 853 close 911 8!)2 S78 871 855 838 Lively Program Arrangec For Coiinly Event Here In September The entertainment program o! he Mississippi County p,,],. (o 1)t held |,ere Wednesday, Sept 27 Unwell Oct. 1, has been announced. De.sifined to replace the hoisc racing program, which for tine years lias featured the enl.'rtaiii men!, tho amusement prouram includes a number of new events Headed by Die George li. Adums rodeo of Cloverdale ind Ihe amusement Include Caphiln prai-k Cusliing's "nealh's Holiday ' Circus', balloon ascensions parachute jumps. Pine Ridge Kol ies, horse mid mule pullln" -on lest, bicycle races, Zlmdar's carni- VB) nltraclions and special 4-li Club enlcrtaiinnent. Additional entertainment which will be announced jaler, «'i!l probably Include a band concert by a field artillery band. The rodeo, which will come here om the Michigan Stale Pair nt dclrolt., has been used at Ihe Millionth Pnir in Memphis for the )ast, si^ years. The first perform- ince by its 00 people and 150 neud of slock will be given Tuesday night before Ihe fair formal!;' opens Wednesday morning and different exhibitions will be siven two afternoons and two nights .with the final performance on Sumifiv night. Rural boys and girls of 4-H Clubs Thilll anil House Majority Lender To Make Radio Address Tonight WASHINGTON,-Aug. 7.. CUP) — Rcpre-sentalivD Sani'Rayburh '(Dem.. Tex.), the majority leader in the house, conferred today with President Roosevelt for an hour and a half. ' ' The Texan said lie merely wns paying a social call but the conference aroused speculation as to whether they discussed melhcds of salvaging some of the administration's battered program. ; „ , ...... _ „ It wns possible that a first step''" ''is famous "Fire to Fire" dive in Pemiseot County, Mo., and Mississippi County will Join in presenting the entire program Friday afternoon ivhich will be free. Elimination contests lo be held 'throughout, the two counties rtiir- i»S September, will be followed by the composite presentation. Roy Nelson is chairman of Ihe horse and mule pulling- contest which is one of the nesv features. Already attracting much attention, owners of fine animals are planning lo compete for the cash prizes of S75. $50 and $25 which will be awarded following the Saturday morning contest. Mnijorie flaiicy will perform in the world's highest .-ferial net. A, similar show; created widespread Interest last year in ils first appearance here. She will perform on a swaying pole 171 feet in the ail- without, nets. This Ls a pnii of (tie "Death's Holiday Thrill Circus" In which Captain Mars will be ilrcd 21)0 feet through the air from an immense cannon for another stunt. There arc several other stunts just as daring. Captain cusliliuj. Government's Peace Time Spending .Readies New Rivl WASHINGTON. AU«. 7. <ui>) Record peace-lime .xupmlliiu- nearly $10,000,000,000 by Ihe fcd- tral i-overnment was hidl'eated tor the current nscnl year today In a recapitulation of coiinresslniml in>- proprlnllons. An all-llmo hlgli for spending exclusive of war years, was established In the Jnsi. |) sr ,il year which ended June 30, law. Expenditures were $0.2«B,33B.C30. cxeeedlnir income by S3,UOO,5M,4lH. President Roost-wit's Jnmmry budget forecasted .-ru'iullim uf approximately $!),000,OOU.OOO In tho fiscal year which began j,,]., h Congressional upproprlations fo'- disbursements (his year, however, exceed Ihat figure by nearly SI 000,000.000. Tolal npproprlallons by congress in Die session just emleil exceed $13,000,000,000. but Included some funds .spent • befor said i u . ],„() llo( ),,,,, n C || rt ,, ce l( compute the money niithorl7.nl b: roilirr-.ts to be spent (his year, bu I"'" (lie lotal probably would c.\- coed that budgeted by Din presi d<-nt In January, Hep. John Taber, n,, N.y,, nink- int! minority member nl the house "|i|mmrliuions cummlllt'o, issuei Ills minimi post-session analysis of n|>|u-u|)rlallom-, .slum-Ing n total of Tlml, however, was Tuber's uwj: comimialion and adiulslnlratio!: fiscal ofllclaLs indicated Ihey would l<> show a lesser lljjnre be able Tuber'.'; 313 (Him <i|jpmprli<ll<itis for thr .vi'iir; $S.«l!l,a:i4,9lu permanent appropriations In be spent over n licrlud of years; $a;ia,4)ti,M2 rcnp- propilalliins of previous upproprhi- funds .spent. before July 11..,,.,„,, md some lo be spent in luliim (Is- cnl year. 1 :. Budget Director Harold I), smith llons which hud expired and $-1118,420,038 contract mil hoi (rations, did not involve uctiiiil ap- projirintlon ol fimd.s for lh« c>ir- ent year tml which may be ncccs snry in future. in suds a tonight. Raybiirn has reserved time for a nation wide broadcast ever the NBC blue C. S. T. campaign will be taken network at 8:30 p.m., Spells closed quiet, at 928, up s. Stock Prices NEW YORK. Aug. 7. (UP)_ Stocks declined fractions to two points in early dealings Urtay and then turned (lull. A T & Anaconda Copper Associated n G Beth steel Boeing Air .. Chrysler '..[ Coca Cob General Electric General Motors ., Int. Harvest Montgcmery Wnrrt N Y Central Packard Phillips Pet Radio Sclienley Dist Simmons .. ...... Sccony Vac Standard oil N J Texas Corp 1G6 3-4 26 1-4 8 1-4 GO ' 21 7!) .V4 131 37 47 3-4 52 1-4 SO 1-2 14 3-4 3 1-2 35 3-8 5 3-4 12 1-2 24 11 1-4 40 5-8 34 3-4 U S Smelt. 53 3.4 U S Steel Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS, III.. Alii; 7 tUP)—Hogs. 12,500. . Top G40. 170-230 Ibs. G25-G35. 140-100 )bs. S50-5S5. Bulk sows 390-525. Cattle G.OOO. Steer-s 800-950. Slaughter steers C25-I025. Mixed yearlings i- heifers G50- MO. Slaughter heifers 625-955. Beef cow.s 500-GOO. Cullers & low cutters 350-475, Chicago Wheat Sept. Dec. open 04 64 5-8 high G41-4 643-4 low 631-8 837-3 close G33-4 G43-8 Chicago Corn EC pi. Dee. open 42 42 ht°,h J21-4 421-8 low 41 1-2 II 3-8 close 421-8 421-8 The senate Majority Leader Alben \V. Bark-ley predicted yesterday after luncheon willi the president that congress would change its mind on integral parts of the administration program when members get back home and listen to (he. peiple. Mother Dies Aiter Birth Of Twin Sons from n 100 foot rigging with clothes soaked in gasoline, will dive- into a rive toot six inch lank of \vater covered with len gallons of slaving gasoline for what is called or.e of the show world's most thrilling slunts. Buddy Utiiin on the clown Swing will hang by his famous toe CO I feet In the air without nets or safety .devices. A COO feet head downward slid? for life describes the stunt performed by Vernctn Byrd. i Pete Carsetli ami Grace Darling will present a Cradle and no- man Ring Act in which Miss Darling, said to be the only girl who allows a car to run over, will do that stunt. She will also drop from cars going 50 miles per hour, ride a car through blazing walls and A young mother died Saturday afternoon after the birth of twin ss. "Si,^ ^r^an!, -• TTr,,sr£,,Er died nt the family residence. She S ^ ro )~ «|^ The-'snns, Michael, who ^^'^^K^ five pounds and seven ounces, and Marvin, who weighs five pounds aud five ounces, are thriving nt the Blytheville hospital where they were brought following their mother's death. Funeral services, were heid Sunday afternoon at the Full Gospel nets church on Lilly street the Rev. A. W. Jenkins officiating. Burial was made at, Sandy Ridge cemetery. Besides the father, two other sous survive. Cobb Funeral Home was in charge. Attends Funeral Rites For Grandmother, Age 90 Mrs, olan Allison, accompanied by her husband and her father. J. D. Via, attended funeral services at Powlkes. Tenn.. yesterday fcr Mrs. Alllscn's grandmother. Mrs. J. W. Griffin, who died Friday at Memphis at Ihe age of (10. She Is survived by four daughters. Mrs. U. A. Ellis of Memphis. Mrs. p. B. King of Memphis. Mrs. H. I. Roberts cf Union City, Ky and Mrs. Henry Bells of Detroit, Mich., 22 grandchildren nnd three, great great grandchildren. Quebec Lisls Forest Fires QUEBEC (UP) - Forest fires in tne province of Quebec have 309 th wilh automobiles including broad jump over eight cars. The free balloon ascensions will be seen each afternoon, along with the "Stratosphere Girl" in performances. 'flic Pine Ridge Follies of 10:!3 were returned here for three more performance.'; because of Ihe numerous requests. In addition to the grandstand show, Ihe Blytheville Bachelors club and cast of the Follies will stage a dance and floor show Friday night at. the armory. complimentary to the Blytheville and Pine Bluff high school football teams which will play nere that night. There will be a new carnival for Ihc mid-way this year in lhe form of Zinutav's Greater Shows which will open Tuesday night with i'.s side shows, rides and other forms of amusement. Bicycle races, rules of which will be announced laler, will be staged Friday afternoon morning and or Saturday be free. Pyrenees Folk Report Seeing Strange Monster Rural Merchant Had Not Been Well Since Highway Accident LUXOHA, Ark'.. Aug. 7.—Funeral erviccs were held Sunday afler- loon nt Hie residence of the late B. M. McDonald, who died Snlur- Iny iiflernooii nl tivo o'clock from heart attack. The Rev. n. E L. leardcn jr.. pastor of (he Litxor.i Methodist church, ot which Mr McDonald was a member, c< lifted the services. Mr. McDoimld was horn ... Blanch, Tenn., November 2-1, 1870, ind while a young man moved lo .Ilsslsslppl county, and for ihe past 2 years had been engaged In annlne, and a general merclian- lise store, located two miles noiil: if Lu.vora on Highway 61. He was married to Miss Evle 'nrllow hi 1899. Mr. McDonald had not fully re- overccl from nn automobile ncei- lent about a, iiinlh. ago bi^. hr\-| jcen able to look after his business interests to some extent until Thursday, August 3. Besides his wife, he Is survived by a brother who lives at Gosur-ll. Pallbearers were J, S. Cecil. Walter Dcntoi;. R. T. Wilder, George Stanford. I. M. Mifflin and Dan Stout. Burial u-ns made in Elmtvood cemetery, at Blylheville. with 111? Cobb Funeral Home of- Blylhovilie in charge of 'funeral nrra ngemeni;<. Milligan Ridge Peer Parlor Is Padlocked A beer parlor and dance hall in the Milligan c=nimunity of Southwest Mississippi County has been padlocked by Circuit Judge Ci. E. Keek following the presentation of n petition, signed by more than 200 residents, \vhich nsked (hat the place be closed. The petition was presented Prosecuting Attorney Bruce Ivy who turned it over to Judge Keck who issued the padlock orders. It is probable thSt no hearing will be held as lo whether the padlock will be permanent as the owner, .Sammie Jehus of Osi-cola. nsked peimission lo move ihe equipment. This was grcinlcd. Reports "No Immediate Danger" Firs! Such Accident This Year BOSTON, Aug. 7. (UP) — The British freighter Beaverhillc struck an iceberg today while groping IhroiiBh dense log 100 miles otf the northern coast of Newfoundland bill reiwrtcd she was In "no Imme- dluUs danger." It wns the first such accident of the year lu North Atlantic, waters, tlespllc an abnormal prevalence ol Icebergs. Ihe average weight ol which has been estimated by ihc coxs! guard as 500.000 tons. The S, S. Ausonla was sdinrtini; by ihc stricken vessel mid the S.S. Monlclnlr, only ID miles awny, wns speeding to the scene. 3cene of the accident wns about 300 miles from wliere the liner S,S Titanic slruck an Iceberg on her maiden voyage April l-l. lilia and sank with a loss of 1,517 hy-es. S1NO.LB COPIES PfVB CENTS Former Governor Of Louisiana Indicted By Federal Jury Eighteen Months Again Effective Sharp Announces Rul. Eloyi LB i'OCK, Aug. 7. (UP) — wcri issued today by s 7<4e NOTEBOOK by Samuel F. Norrts MTTLE fOCK Orders weri issued today by slad WPA Administrator Floyd Slinrp resume dismissal of workers under the 18 months clause of Ihc 1930 federal relief act. WPA officials snid It wns impossible lo determine how many of !he original I2.l6!t workers In Ar- <nnsas, who fall in this classillcn- tion, remain on the rails. Dismissals were leinpcrni-lly halted .Inly 29 by Works Projects' Commissioner p. C. Harrington. Under I the law WPA w:rkers. who are dismissed, must remain oil the rolls at least M days with us assurance they will be re-employed after Ihat time. Sharp said there nre now 10,500 persons waiting lo be assigned lo WPA jobs and added that these assignments will, be made cnly in cnscs where dismissals under Ihc 18-monlhs clause have reduced project quotas. personnels below fixed WPA quota for August «as fixed nt M.MO for Arkansas, Sharp saiti. Mrs. J. C. Abbott, 29, Dies At Family Home , Mrs. Eva Abbott, wife of J. C. three fcllo%vs today and you'll gctiAbbott, died yesterday afternoon, ft tall yarn. The Ihree arc Abe :md' l:55 o'clock, at ihc family rcsi- J. C. Kinningham and Jack Rob-l tlence cast of Blylheville on the) ertaon, who collaborated In a bit (Bui-field rond. She wns 29. of piscatorial effort yesterday! In nl health for five months, afternoon oj> the Ml.ssissippi river. | ller condition had been grave lor It seems the three were '"" SOInc limo - Tins One niiln'l Gel Away You can say "fish" to any one ol Highway 18 To Be Surfaced From City, East One Mile Olio mile of the lliufleld road east nf niylheville. Is lo be hind (tirfnced at once, it wns announced today. Miileilnl for the long talked-of project I.HS been ordered, uecwdliiK " •). O. Mulliiis, foreman who will iiiiici-vlse Ihc Job, and it Is expect- 'd Hint work will begin ||,| S wr .,-k, Machinery being used on (lie rc,- I'liirj of Highway III In Miss. .)l County is to lie used lor ihc work. The graveled road will be Inillt up „,„) „„ luil |, ( ||i ,(,„, Brave! mixed llnlsh will be used for Ihe surface, similar lo Unit being laid on Highway 111. While the road will have ihe up- icnrance of (lie other highway, It vlll have a foundation of isruvel nslrnd of concrete. Although It vtll not be ii periiiiineut ro/ul, It Is the same lype now Mug use<l lirouthoHl. Arkansas for secondary 'oucls. Tiie mile slrelch will begin »t he end of Ihe pavement on Knsl Main street nnd extend to c. M. Vbbotl's residence, it Is understood. Completion of this project will nark the llrsl pnved rond on (lint '.eelIon of Highway IB iifier yearn if clforls lo have (he road lo Bar- leld hard .surfaced. At one lime he project was announced lo pave lie stretch but it was decided to mly gravel It and continue. Ihe ojul throiifh Ihilfumn Instead of laving llm original road through Armorel. The hard surfacing Is lo be done y the Stale Highway Department uider a maintenance project of Mississippi County. Descaling of Ifghwiiy (li, which lias been com- >lcled to Osceola. Is leiii|innii-tly lopped because of no mnlerlnls ml it Is iiiiderslood Hint Ihe work vlll halt there mull the mile trete.li on the Harlleld road is nulshed. In connection with the Highway 01 Job, It was salil (otlay that Division .street, Chlckasawlnx «ve- iuie nnd North Sixth streets, which <lre.li part of the national highway would not lio re-surfaced as Ibis was maintained by ihc city. J. Mell Brooks, secrclary ot Ihe Chamber of Commerce which assisted in securing the project, nald he hud not, been Informed of (his nnd would look Into the mutter as he was of Die opinion the entire highway would be resurfaced as was promised, he says, by t slate highway department. Predicts Expnrl Subsidy May Boosl Domestic Cotton Price NEW YORK. Aug. 7. (UP) — The New York colloii exchange service rcporlcd today that s:mc trade quarters believe the export suliskly will be more likely (o raise domestic prices than to lower Hie foreign price cf American cotton. Such a result la helil probnhli.- unless Ihe new United .Stales crop Is larger than anticipated Ihe exchange service sold. It was pclnted out Hint wilh domestic coiiMunptlon averaging 7,500,000 bales nnd exports under the subsidy running,as much as 5.500,000 bales domestic mill and export demand would lake around 13,000,- NKW I IIH'Ilt KHVG political and oil divlns. -Tlie fcdnra) govern- ouisiana the "m-eon li^ht of justice" to. .y, i w - >•«»« «.<] three i\liss Margaret. Jane Acl.on Wins Winner oPIho New Voile World'-i Bilr Trip Contest sponsored by tin lilythevllle Courier NCWH and a Bfoup of cooHcinillinj inerchiMiiji Is Miss Mnriiiuet .lane Acton. Announcement of Miss A«lon':i victory ID (hi> (.•onlesl, which last for 12 weeks, ivn.s ninde lli lifter the voles of each candidate hnii Iwen checked and re-checked. Miss Ac I oil's total vole n'ached Hie Impressive (olal of 17,2110,1100. in»iiwhi ( . her grand (olul Miss Ai:- lon declstlvcly ou(.itrl|)|K<l liej- nearest competitor. Miss Doris liny Qnliyiis wii.s sre- ond wllli a total of 30,100.000 votes and Miss Vera Ullraucth c.oodrtcli was third wilh 27,riS7,OOI> votes All (ire residents or HlylhevUle lu fourth iilnce was Miss Sue. Hall of Lepanlo, Ark. with it tohil of 24800,000. A total of 1!)2,SOO,ODO volf.i were issued by ihp Courier News looperullni: merehants. Miss Acton, daughter of MI- ami Mrs. Hoyd Acton, will leave for New \'«rk Sunday. AuisusL Fakes Carbolic Acid; Had Been Told Milady Was Incurable 8'1'EELK,...' Mo:,- 'A'll|f,- 1. • Hhodes, wejl known farmer Steele, died 'lute yesterday on horn- nfler lie hud s\vnlmvcd Hie contents of n two-ounce IjoitTe of cnr- Imllc iieKI. He was G7. The tragedy occurred nt. Ilic home of n daughter, Mrs. .Jluunle. Wood, where he and Mrs. Rhodes ivere spending the day. Soon dls, covered, iiflcr he luid drunk tin- pollon In nn out, biilldlnr; of the Wood residence, physicians iidmln- Istered treatment hut Mr. Hhodes soon lapsed into uiieonselmisue.ss and died. In ill health for 15 years he. told Mrs. Rhodes. Saturday Ihat lie mis llrcd of beliij! slek anil wus i;»lii|i in commit, suicide but. members of hh ramily did nol reali™ he really meant. II,, they said. He hud recently returned from Mnyilcld, Ky.. wliere he lui<l been Lcehe, (ho protege who klngflsh Hiiey I/)iii; called "jughead", wns Indicted on charges of conspiracy lo violate the Connally hot oil act nncl wllli conspiracy lo defraud the fulled .Sink's In a $148,000 commission drni bnch In November and December ol 1930, fiulicled wilh him in one o£ Ihreo indictments returned were Seymour Weiss, the treasurer dur- ; llm klUBdom of (lie Klnsfish iind who iiliendy Ims lieen Indicted on mull fraud charges, President H man w. urn-ford of llm East xiui Keltnlng Company at Dallas, '1'ex., and liie refinhiE coin- mny itself. Weiss and Lcche were ncciisetl of getlliin Jdl.flai] ench out of the deal. in a .second Indictment today; Weiss was charged with Income tax evasion on approximately WO,UCO In 10MI nllcgedly hlclndini;, funds from the hot oil Iraiisaclion. The third Indictment charges Weiss and I.oiils Lesage, suspend^ Ml former assistant ID HIE president of Slaudard Oil Company of Ijuilslana, wllli conspiracy in eviui- till; Uix payineuls on Weiss' Income, Also named in the hot oil Indictment but, not. Indicated was Attorney Mnrtlii Winfrey of the East 'I'txns Company. He is accused of having received a 10 per cent fee on Ihe $1411.000. ' . . ' The oil which allegedly was hit! In violation of Ihc. slate (irora- lion orileiN and shipped lu Inter- le commerce was from the Rhodes™ Held In uorllienst laii- Islaiia near Shrevepnrt. The government, charges Ihnl a, special permit wiis given by the shite coiiservallon department lo Increase production on Hip le-nso Involved from fi.OtJO lo 20,000 barrels per day and lhal. under the special permit. 1110,000 barrels of not oil was -produced aud shipped. Return of the indlclaiculs cli- umxed five days of cxcllemelit about Ihe federal building whore Uie grand Jury nnd Assistant U. 3. Attorney General O. John' Roggo . worked tl«> .district- allorncy's stall JavJ!i)U) i: lhe, nlglil. IlpBge inndo a hurried (Hp to Wa'sliliigtdii durlna; the -week fiul In confer with Attorney Clcneml l^i'inik Murphy. He reliiiiied last night wllli 'he announcement. Ihat Murphy" had. given him the "green llsht to return honor, justice, and decency (o txiiilslana." To AUend Bankers' Seminar Daring Week I). A. l,ym:h, presldenl. of 'llm Farmers' Hank and Trust Company and Itlley B. Jones, also of liie I^armets' Uank and '1'nist Co,, will go lo Fnyellevllle tomorrow for the second annual Arkansas tankers Seminar being held there tills week. The seminar Is arranged by the Arkansas Bankers Association In cooperation with the College of treatment and vlsiling Business Administration ami (lift and It was Ihere lliat'c-.nneral Extension service of the University. Of special Interest Is (he refunding program discussion of wllh Ihe Rev. II. s. Ilolley officiat- g nnd burial made tit Mount ion cemetery. Horn at Mnyflcld, Mr. niimles years ago liiU lime family 000 bales current estimates placing the IDM-IO yield at only 11.500,000 biilcs. jug fishing aboard the Klnninghaim' | Flll 'P r nl services-were held this speed boat "Vagabond" when one (crn(xm llt Uic IIau11 " Funernl of the oil cans bearing a hook nntl " omc with lhp Rcv - p - "• Jev » 1 line vanished beneath Ihe surface 8 ? n - ' );>stor of lllc Second Baptist For all of 15 minutes It remained out of sight, the boys will tell you. when suddenly It reappeared nnd the occupants of the boat could make out the form of a glgtmllc catfish in the water. The excited fishermen "played" Ihe big cat about 30 minutes before the creature became too tired PARIS (UP)—A distant relative ,lo fight, (hen It was hoisted aboard of the Loch Ness monster is spreading fear In the Pyrenees. ' Several Inhabitants of the village of Ossun, near Tarbes, In Bi- gorre, report having seen an anl- the boat. It wits the gest blue '" al scmc G tall with the. head channel cat anyone here has landed In several years, tipping the beam at 75 pounds. Now most anglers so fortunate wmilcl Il[iv e exhibited that fish all lbleo of a saurian, lurking in n murky over town, but not these w<x •vw ,«iin,mrM' ui-° TT,° (von } en ' wllllc collecting modest fellows. They hauled Hie here The rirerdeJlimT iS ' tiT," hC ' Valfey ' WCre roptrled '"8 «t ho ™ and Promptly carved acres of looZnd , 4nn , J ^ r S SCe " nn unllsllal n " imnl - " '» l0 " sleaks - "'Brcby destrovlng fl". .L'^'f"^'.,^' 4 ?, 0 .. 11 . 0 ! 08 of Then f?''.l' a ek lo the villase call- the evidence. But if you w.,,,, lo hear all about It, jusl ask 'em. which was marketable Umber. lor help. at Manila, officlntinir. Burial was made at - Maple Grove cemetery. Besides her husband, she is survived by one son, William B. Wll- llain$, and one daughter. Mary France.? Williams, both cf Caruthersville, nnd one sisler. Mrs. Helen Hood, of Tyler, Mo. Parking Il.irgain Suggested PASADENA, Cal. (UP) — The Chamber of Commerce has an interesting parking preposition before It. it provides for all the mcr- chants of the city lo enter a cooperative parking system under tne admtiilslrallou of ihe cliam- uer of Commerce which issues 10 Suicide 'Attempt' By Drowning Big; Failure NEW OKLEANS. Aug. 7. (UP)- Tlic imslnkable Wilson premised Mrs. Ma Nixon and firemen commit today she wouldii'l try suicide. , Not Ihnl she hadn't tried, bale Saturday night ihc 33-year-old woman eluded a palrolman and Jumped from a wharf into (he darkness of Die Ml.wlsslppi river. The patrolman searched Ihc muddy waters for 30 minutes, failed lo find her nnd Ihen turned in Ills report—suicide. Early Sunday morning firemen on Ihc fire lug IJeHige found Mrs. Wilson climbing aboard. The aslcn- Islicd firefighters asked for an explanation and got It: "I tried to commit suicide but I couldn't sink." Ihe damp despon- dant wman sairt. "I guess I'm loo good a swimmer." retntlvc.s physiclniw told him Ids sickness was incurable, which is believed lo :iavc. caused his despondency. Funeral services were held this 1 W lilch Mr. Lynch Is chnlriiian. Tlilj nflernon at Ihe Methodist church wm ), c presenlcd Thursday. Speakers at Ihe morning session will be: Ur. Laurence R. Lumlen, whose subject will be "Credit Pac- lors in Stale Bonds", C.. P. Byrns, Editor ol Ihe Southwest Times- Record Company at Fort Smith, who will lulk on "Tho Arkansas Highway Bond Situation," and John S. Uncii, vic-e president of the Chase National Bunk In New York, who will discuss "Refunding Arkansas Bonds from Ihe Viewpoint of the Underwriters." During the afternoon session, Governor Carl E. Bailey will discuss "Refunding Arkansas Boutls". J. E. Womeldoril ol Ihe. W. B. Stephens nml Company of Uttle Rock will lalk on "Refunding Ark- of Bond Dealers." after which "Arkansas Bonds from Ihe Viewpoint of Arkansas commercial Banks" will be discussed by John Cf, Polls, vice president, of ihe W. B. Wor- Ihen Company of Little Hock. moved here tc>i Unit clly. Since have resided on their farm two miles west ot here. Besides Ills wife, he Is survived by six daughters. Mrs. Jimrnie Wood, Mrs, Archie Ootf and Miss Gladys Rhodes of Sleele. Mrs. K. Harris, Mrs. Stanley B.'irgus and L. Reeves of Mnyilcld, and Ihrec sons, M. L. Meadows of Slcelc, lloyl Rhode. 1 ; nf Akron, Ohio, and Barney Rhodes, nf Mnyflcld. All of these arc here for the riles except lloyt, Rhodes, who lives at Akron. Oeniian Underlnkini; Company was in charge. County Farm Agents Back From Encampment Mississippi County's agricultural and home demon.slration agenl.s-. along wilh ihe 31 delegates lo the slalc -l-It club encampment, hnve returned Irom Fayellcville. Ark., where (lie encampment ot last week was followed by a conference of extension agents. D. S. Lnntrip, E. H. Bums. !?. W. Echroeder, Miss Cora Iw Coleman and Miss Inex Klucaid at- Jiui Lutes was awarded second place In Individual dairy Judging contests at (he stale l-II clnh camp. Turkeys Die In Hail ALLIANCE, Neb. (UP)—A flock of turkeys en the Perry O'Dell Frog Haiichrs Tuproasc MODESTO. Cal. lUP)-Frcgsgtve farm didn't hove to wait for their every liidlcat'lcn of eventually be- cent ticket, to each merchant at C!{. cents each and which the mer- , chant gives (o each parking cm-piled' tomcr with every $1 purchase. ctlv £ To Finance Sale Of CoUon To Spain WASHINGTON, Aug. 7. (UP) — Warren Ij, Pierson, president of Ihc Exiwrt-Import Bank, announced tcday thai Ihe bank had arranged to nuance sate of MO.OOO bales of cotton lo Spain. WEATHER Arkansas — Partly cloudy, local showers In north portion .tonight; Tuesday mostly cloudy, showers and roler in northwest portion. Memphis and vicinity — Partly cloudy tonight; Tuesday partly cloudy with local showers, cooler in altefnoon or evening. The maximum temperature here yesterday was 92, minimum 68, clear Mih .98 of an Inch rainfall .>..,. ,, u .,»i UMII uiBiut.-in.-ii juu uiie company capitalized al 5200- clear wllli 98 of an Inch rslnfall birds, according lo OTJell. They oco has filed articles of incorpora- Saturday night, according to Sam- pied up aud smothfred each lion for the opening of twenty frog uel P. Notrls, official weather ob- uln '-'' ' ViUielies In Hits county alone. 'server.

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