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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 8, 1939
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANHAn A«r, e ,~™,™ i ~- „._. "^** * * ^^ VOUJMR xxxvi—NO. 110. Iilylhcvlllc Courier Mississippi valley Lender _Blytlicvilla Herald BJylhcvllio Dally News ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 193D SINGLE COPIES PIVR CENTS —^^_ ^^ ^^ ~ . HIHUI'M COPIES PIVR CENTS HKKR1U12IIMIIIE COTTOHW Danzig Dispute Again Becomes Focal Point Of Europe's Worries Hy Uniifit PI-MS The dispute over Danzig entered a The Nazi newspapers seized" oii"i an allesjed slatemciH by the Wai-' •saw newspaper Czas, a pro-govern-' ment organ, as Ihe basis for Die attack Czas is supposed to have raid thai, Poland would bombard Danzig if the free city in its desire for union with (he Reich should try to confront Poland will) iin accomplished fact. The attack coincided with a conference at Berchtes«nden between Adolf Hitler nnd Albert Forsler, Danzig Nazi leader. Such headlines as "Poland lie Careful", appeared in screaming type nnd were echoed in Danzig by the-leading Nazi newspaper in tile free city. One comment was: '" free city " Uli ' "Germany's patience not Inst forever. When It comes lo an end it will write the closing sentence on modern Polish history. London sources regarded the Daiieie situation as again daner- ous. A peace campaign was begun by a group of prominent men of all political parlies in London aimed at persuading Ihe Democratic powers to make a clear statement of tbeir pence aims, oiTering specific terms for a settlement nnd making some concessions. In China British and anti-American agitation continued. British mission a riite reported they saw such pasters ns "Throw (lie Americans Out" al n junction of Die Peipmg-Hankow railroad. The British consul general al Tientsin nmile representations to the Japanese army commander, Insisting that the anti-British campaign be curbed, but there wns no •reply. ', _ • .•• ^' New York Cotton NEW YORK, Aug. 8. (UP)—Cotlon closed easy. open high low close Oct D01 90ti 887 887 Blytheville Man .Given Clemency; Bank Bandit's Parole Protested four ROCK, Aug. 7.—Thirty, ccnvicts were paroled yesterday by tlie state board of pardons and paroles and three received recommendations for a commutation cf sentences, among Diem lieln« two convicted of murder. In addition Ihe board recommended thnt furloughs be granted to two Among- these paroled was George Summers, convicted April i, 1937 nt Blythcvillc cf voluntary man- Dec. Jan. Mnr. Mny July 884 871 8G1 845 829 873 8S5 849 831 867 853 «44 328 813 8C7 853 841 828 813 S]iols closed nominal at !M7, down 13. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 8. (UP) — Cotton futures closed barely steady today with net losses ranging up to 90 cent.s n bale. Tlie market shot up 30 lo 50 cents a bate after the issuance of the government crop forecast but ran into a bearish weather report which caused profit taking, hedging and short selling, open high 913 917 Cut Dec Jan '... Mar JVfay July 803 819 872 B57 839 898 883 874 858 839 low 838 878 862 354 837 ',21 dose . . """.imij Hum-. slaughter charge and sentenced to seven years. Summers, according to Ihe record in the case, killed Mrs Euln Mae Wilson "during a drunken fight." Clemency was recommended by Circuit Judge G E Keck, Prosecuting Attorney Bruce Ivy. Sheriff Hale Jackson. Clifford Masscy, 41, serving 15 years fcr robbing Die Citizens National bank at Arkadelphia in 1D33 was granted a parole. Associate Justice B. L. McHnnoy H the Arkansas supreme court was listed In the board's report as Massey's future employer. A report by Parole Officer j, R. Pjf tci v dated July 29, said . law enforcement of fi- latk C0lmt y of the bank parole. officials «'ere cpixKed lo a Falling Tree Breaks Hermandale Man's Leg Bob Smith," 68, of Hermandale was brought (o the Walls Hcspitai today 1 following an accident Thursday in which his leg was fractured The accident occurred while Mr Smith was cutting WC od near the home of his sen, Andrew Smith four miles (rest of Hermandale with whom lie makes his home The Ircc fell on his left le» to cause the fracture be]o\v the knee His ccnditicn is fair. Farmer Kills Leopard CAPE TOWN (UP) - A leopard winch is believed to have killed more than 1,000 sheep in the Bro- dasclarp district in the last' few aju . 5'ears has been shot by a farmer 878 I Wilh a trained pack of hounds, h 898 Roosevelt Charges Opposi- U'oji With Wrecking Mis Plans, Upselting Business HYDE PARK, N. Y. A ilg 8 (UP) -President Roosevelt this afternoon accused the congressional p-cups which wrecked his neutrally lending nnd housing pro B m m .< Mi It gambling with the fate of n billion nnd n half Inimands nnd of leading American business lo a precipice over which It may plunge next spring. A substantial unanimous Republican minority in botli houses Mr Roosevelt said, must accept along .vilii 25 per cent of the Democrais responsibility for gambling on the prospects of world pence in a «•«- ger which mny nlfecl 1,500,000.000 humans nnd for gambling with the future of business In a wugcr which has n direct, bearing on the jobs of 20,000,000 Americans. Stmlirs Legislation HYDE PARK, N. Y., Aug. 8. (Ul>) —President Roosevelt returned to Hyde Park today Tor five or sis days of extensive work lo complete executive action on the legislation on the 70th congress. The presidential train arrived lierc nt 9:34 a.m. and he motored immediately lo his eslale. He also will determine whether New Deal forces will launch a coun- ler attack to offset congressional clcfeaU on his neutrality lending nnd housing program. Mr. Roosevelt will act on nearly 200 bills during Ihc next five or six (lays. Clearing Hie way for his seagoin^ vacation the president announced that lie already lias signed 123 bills These include the . final deficiency hill and-the social security.revision bill. -' . - . • "- - . ,-. Mr. Roosevelt hopes within live or six clays to board the cruiser Tnscaloosfi nnri "vanish" fora vacation/at-sea. The • president does not plan lo SO ashore during the trip although he may make n brief visit at the summer home ct his mother in New Brunswick. He is expected to cruise cff Nova ~ " skirt, the Ihnf. Overturns Oil Riccr; Three Negroes Drown LUXORA, Ark.. Aug. 8.-A report tvnTTwIwd horn todny llml three negroes had drowned In MR. Mississippi rim- across from Luxorn. near Aslmort, Tenn., .when tliclr Uoiil ovi'rtimid) this morning. Will Ellis,, of Luxorn, Bcrnlce Lomvood m,d Oerlnide Jones belli of AsliporC, nre believed to hnvp drowned. Huts- Dnvls nmi Jclf Rntrins und nnolher negro iinmwi rank, w<w s.ild to Imvc escaped from Die bout und wero rcscm-d. Details of (lie tragedy were not known Jiwv lit noon The negroes were said to have/been cm-mile it. i, n'roro being held near here. and may even Newfoundland coast. Good Wealher Prevails A; Voters Ballot For Man} Candidates JACKSON. Miss., Auff. 8. (UP)— Generally fnlr weather through the stale brought new interest, lodaj in the statewide Democratic pri- mnry and reports of heavy volinj In the clcsely contested rnccs. ! Indicnlions were that, (ho lota vote may exceed 300,000 iii the more than l.GOO precincts for some 0,000 candidates ranging from governor through ether stiile, local and district cilices. Seven men oifcrcd themselves as candidates for the slate's highest office. They were Tliomns I,. Bniley of Meridian, former Oov, Mike Connor cf Jackson, Lester c. Franklin of Jackson. Dr. Murk W. Gaiitt of Meridian, Paul n. Johnson of Kalliesburg, Sen. George I'. Rllchcy cf Marks and Uctit.-Gov. J. 3. Snider cf Clnrksdnlc. All Issued customary conndcnt previews of the election and expected to be Hir* people's choice hi this- first prl- nnry. A runoff will be held on Aug. 29, three weeks hence. In a last-minute statement f:r 'Cter.5, 'Attorney';Gcneral^ Greek L. Rice, nn ; unopposed candidate for re-clectio.n. made plain the difference between Illegal "single shot, 'oting and tlie legnl failure of a voter to mark his ballot fcr n candidate in certain races." Will Not llclreat WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (UP)- Thc New Deal charted a course of "no retreat" (odny while conservative senate Democrats predicted that the next congress would put a brake on mounting government. expenditures. ' — '• Indications that the admiulslra-l Rofjoc Savs FerWil lion was determined to push for- ^" Od\S _ 1 eciCtal ward, despite severe setbacks in 8G2 854 837 , ,„ the lasf session of congress, were seen in three developments: 1. President Roasc^elt's announcement that he now has nttnincd nil the objectives of the bitterly fought CQllrl reorganization campaign of -,-- ...... u ,.^.,, , 1 u, cornered the animal and shot it I937 - Observers saw in a statement desire on Mr. Roosevelt's part to Spols closed quiet at 913, off 13. Stock Prices NEW YORK, Aug. 8. (UP'- — Slocks moved irregularly in dull trading today failing to follow through on an early advance that carried prices to two points higher. AT&T 168 3-8 Anaconda Copper 26 3-8 Belli Sled 603-8 Boeing Air 21 7-8 Chrysler 80 1-2 General Electric ...'. 363-5 General Motors 48 Int Harvest 52 3-4 Montgomery Ward 511-8 N Y Central 14 3-i Pockard 3 5-8 Phillips Pet 331-2 Radio 6 Schenley Dist 121-2 Simmcns '. 23 3-4 Sorony Vac 11 1-S Standard Oil N J 41 1-8 Texas Corp 34 3.4. U S Smelt 53 1-4 U S Steel 50 1-8 . . j le t the country know thnt he does F\Ormn ^ni!c l" ot retrmt flo >" a campaign, even NUI I I IU JHJI Ib ! though it may lake two years or eminent Is After Louisiana Violators Chicago Wheat open high, low close Sept. 03 5-8 637-8 C3 1-8 635-8 Ucc. 643-8 645-3 637-8 G41-4 Sept. Dec. Chicago Corn open high low close 42 421-2 417-8 421-8 415-8 43 411-2 413-4 From 120 to 150 eggs at a time nre Said by female flies. These eggs hnlch into maggots In from 8 lo 24 hours nnd,'<a few days later, become (lies which will, within t\vo or three weeks, begin laying eggs. i more lo win it. 2. A speech last night by House Majority Lender Sam Haybnrn. (D,. Tex.,) in which he said thnt. "Inter consideration" will be given lo some of the administration measures sidetracked in the last session. He challenged Republicans, should they get in power, to repeal "any of the legislation which Is now on the statute books as n result of President Ifoosevelt's leadership. 3. A renewal by Sen. Clnude ence with the president, of his attack on the Republican-Conservative Democratic coalition which pigoon-holed the Administration's lending nnd housing bills in the closing days of the session. Peler said Ihe alliance, which he called "unholy" in n senate speech just before adjournment, "is a matter NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 8. CUP) —Tlie federal government is concentrating Its broad ramifications into Louisiana's scnncinls upon Ihe major violators nnd will "take the little ones in stride." Assistant .U. S. Attorney General O. John Rogge said today. Rogge. head of the intensive yov- crnment investigation inlo a myriad of subjects, said his nklcs and the hard hitting federal grand jury here hnd only stnrlcd the fight to clean up graft anci corruption in Ihc polilicnl empire founded by llic laic Senator Huey P. Long. Charges of corruption in the Works Progress Administration, election frauds, misuse of the mnil. income tax evasion, the "hot" Wallacc Says Program May Be Enlargcc Tii In re Near WASHINGTON, Aug. e. <up)_ Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace said lodny Hint the food sliunii plan for distributing farm surpluses among low income groups begun Ihrce months ago as an experiment will be expanded on a nnllomil basis In u few months. He said thnt expansion will lie gradual and Hint the number of cities In which Ihc plan will be put Inlo operation will depend upon Ihc iiroBi-iim's continued successful operation. The food slnmp system Jimv Is circuiting In six cities 'ff furllicr studies continue ^ JQ show encouraging results," Wallace snid, "the food slnmp plnn may develop Inlo an extremely clfccllve national program through which to move surpluses of those agricultural products for which there Is »n clnsllc demand nt the snmc time providing more food fur Ihbse of our people who have Inadequate said that n complete analysis of the plnn will require n long pericd of experimenting bill Ihnt surveys show thnt mechanics for operation of It, hnvu run smoothly and Hint it hns resulted In increased consumption of not only surplnse;; but nlso other foods. Municipal Pool Draws Out-of-Town Patrons \ • ,___ P Government Estimate IB Places Arkansas Crop ICT At 1,316,000 Bales Office Opened, Pelilions Sen! Onl; Process Servers Awnil Governor L1TTLR ROCK, Aug. fi (UP)_ oroiip-j opposing the recently cn- "Clcd SHO.000.000 highwny bond refunding pr.ograiii consolidate! i heir forces here todny, Herman McKnskle, former nsslsl- ant sliife welfare commissioner nnd attorney, who hns filed suit In uliiskl clmncery court asking Hint the governor be restrained from currying cm provisions of the net announced thnt he is lo'iiling' "every nsslstnncc possible lo Ihe Arkansas Taxpayer* Association." The nssoclatlon, headed by Sen- 1 ntor Joe Klimcy, legislative foe of Die refunding program, opened offices lodny In n downtown olllcc building. Senator Klnr/.cy said llml, hl s organization hns on hnnd a number of printed petitions nsklnij that the refunding net be submitted to n vote of (he people In- said the petitions would lj c mntled this afternoon In order Hint, volunteer workers in mosl, of Ihe slate's '15 counties may begin circulating (hum tomorrow. Meanwhile the Sheriff's omen announced (hnt It would hnvc process servers on hand when Oov. Hnllcy returns from Van Hurcii this nflcrmxin. Deputies have be™ unsuccessful In serving ihc HOV- crnor In connection wllh Ihc Mc- Knsklc suit. The signatures cf about 0,600 <iunll- flcd electors must lie obtained and filed with the secretary uf stntc lo obtain n referendum vote. "The response from over Ihc stale shows thnt \vc will have no dim- cully In gelling the required number of mimes," Senator Kluizey sntd. Ihelr tttions, "Miiny workers have oircrpil services to circulate the nc- " He predicted the petitions would lie filed with the secretory of slate "within n week or 10 days." Mr. Klmzcy said while nlxiut ILf names were needed, the Arkansas Taxpayers Association planned to obtain .several lliousand more than that lo assure a .sufficient number of <|iinltncd electors. Youth, 12, Sustains Hip Fracture In Fall The swimming pool nt Walker 'nrk will continue lo operate as :ng as it. is not loo cool to swim ind the people patronize It, accord- ihc Mississippi County Fair Asso-! ably be" removcd""to""ti;e'" family cinlion which operates the pool. ' - - ' Snin Millicnn Jr., 12, son of Mr Irs. Sam Mllllcun, tl. rL tLUCWUl Uy OL11. L-laUuC * t Pepper, (D.. Fla.) after a confer- act n " cl . othfr fertcrnl violations •- may be investigated by n federal p-and jury In the western part of Louisiana. Rogge hinted that additional indictments may be returned next Friday or Monday, the usual ''indictment days" when he revealed he would leave for Chicago alter Monday morning to confer on the income tax case of Moe Aniien- The demands for economy andl COLUSA. Cal. (UP) — This cily prediclions lhat the next session!has increased Its educational cur- would trim expenditures drastically rlculum by providing ny casting came from Sens. Bnrlon K. Wheel- classes three limes a week at the Norma Shearer was waving a spirited farewell lo friends and fans who saw her o(T for Europe on the Moi mandic as the camera snapped her at the ship's cr, (D., jvlont.) Walter P. George (D.. On.) and Pat McCnrran (D., Nev.) they expressed the hope that business would make substantial strides toward recovery between now nnd next January. "It has been demonstrated I beyond any question that \ve cannot go on spending moorc than we take In," Wheeler said, "firthe next session we W JH iiave to try to curtail expenses drastically." ADELAIDE, South Australia (UP) —The biggest fish ever caught wllh rod and line i s claimed by G. R. Cpwell, of Adelaide. Fishing al Port Lincoln, he caught a white shark municipal swimming pool. Cily Councilman W. C. Stokes, expert angler, has been pressed inlo service as instructor for morning classes. , - """&iii i\ \\imu Miuin, AM weighing 1,291 pounds, with a slan- 950. dnrd 39-corrt line. TAvestock :EAST ST. LOUIS, III.. Auir 8, (UP)— Hogs 9.500. Top 630. 170-2.10 Ibs. 625-630. 140-160 Ibs. 533-540. Bulk sows 390-510. Cattle 4.COO. Steers 800-925. Slaughter steers 025-1000. Mixed yearlings * heifers fiSS- lieifm , f ,. •,-;- • bonie on [fcnin street this nfler- If 11 were not for out of town noon from the Dlytlievlllc hospital 'flmr Mm Tinr\l,I .,<n.^., „,. . ~ ». J m'->|i«mi, He wns carried lo Ihe hospital when It developed Hint his hip had bccn fractured In a fall sustained Friday. His hip will be in n cast for abcul. eight weeks, It is understood. Professor of English Wants Humor Dictator OMAHA, Neb. (UP)—"If Iherc is anything distinctive nbsut American humor, It Is n certain slowness of expression. Nnturnl American humor Is more likely to be formed in the drawl limn the wisecrack," the Rev. Leo Mnllnny S.J., professor of English nl Crlcli- lon University, told nn audience "The laic Will Rogers nnd Ihc present Bob Burns represent rcnl American humor," he concluded "When we turn from them to merely clever, sophisticated ccme- dlans we nre giving up our birthright. What we need Is a humor dictnlor." Ihe pool could never operate, eparls show, ns the in-town pnt- otm»c hns bccn loo Small lo jus- ify operation but swimmers from Missouri and other points hnve iiadc it passible to operate this summer, although the profit hns been very litllc, Mr. Brooks snid. The pool nnd park nre used constantly by onl of town |>er,plc. Last night a clnss of (he Decrfng, Mo., high school had n picnic and swimming party for 75, Sunday, there were three cars of Memphis visitors wliD spent Ihc cnlire day picnicking nnd swimming nnd nnolher group cf IB cars from Missouri had e day. purchasing tlie : fish fry (he Recently, : mower, the park has been kepi'In belter condition nnd It Is hoped that something will be done Inter in the fall toward n permanent, bcnulificnlion program, It is snid. Tills week's report of Ihc pool's water showed it to be pure, ns hnvc all the reports, Mr. Brcoks said. Filter Makes Lights Invisible to Raiders BRIGHTON. Eng. (UP)—A special filter, which makes driving without lights unnecessary In an air raid, underwent a successful test by A.R.P, officials here. Officials rtdtng In an elght-seater plane at altitudes of between 700 and 2,000 feet over the Shorcham airport at night, tried In vain lo detect the headlights of four cars below them. The filler acts in such a way, it Is said, that while sufficient light is given lo drive by, no beam can be seen from above. "Unloaded Gun" Is Again Death Cause MEMPHIS, Allg. 8. <U1>)—The fainlllin- cxplaimllon that VI didn't know the (,„,, wns i Qn ,| w |" was oireral lo palice today by thu life long frlond who shot nnd accidentally killed Walton I'lko, Hi. Amos Nolen, IB, who accidentally mod (he shot wild he nnd Wnltcn had been examining |ho iun and that nellher knew II wns loaded. Drive To Enforce. Hcnllli Orcliiuincc Enlcrs Coin\! Stage Wnrmnla were.Issued to .20 •em- ployes nnd mniinficrs of Hlythe- vlllc llrms thlj) aftcmoon for f«ll- «re lo obtain lienllh certlncalcs The warrant.'), charging violation of ordinance No. 3:16, were Issued by Municipal Court Olcrk Prank Whllworth upon .tnslvilction - »f Clly Attorney. noy^B.^-Nfilsoiv .following .11 conference of Hip locnl . WJIH 1 , _ * Tin., department' reported tiint ).f7,ltlO bnles hnd been sinned by August 1. u predlclcd n yield of ^2:1.7 pounds ot lint cotton per new. Tlie condition of the crop on I,«J,000 acres on August l was 1'\ per cent of normal compared vlth 78 per cent n year ago mid the 192H-37 average of 70 per cent. Tin! average yield Ihls year will lx> la.l pounds of lint cotton less per acre tlmti hi 1038 but 3^3 pounds more per ncre limn' the 1028-3? rivernge, the deportment predicted, In (lit- Cnrolluns nnd Oeorqia the prospective yields this year are higher (linn last. In Alabama nnd Ihc slates ncUolnln? the Mlssksfp- pl river the yield will bo less limn last yenr but higher lhaii the av- ernge for Ihe pnst 10 years. Yields In Oklahoma and Texas will IJB less limn either in 1933 or Ihe 10-yeiir average the department predicted. The crop reporting board said allowance was mndc for probable, loss from boll weevil damage. Hciiorls Indicated the loss will be iiljotit ftvei-nge toe ilia United .Stales but soincivhnl more lliiih nvcrage cnst of the Mississippi rlv- nr und less west ot Ihc river. The department forecast nn av- fm'ge yield of 200 pounds per acre hi Ainmns, with n total crop of I.SIU.OOO bnles ns compared'.with Iho.lim crop of 1,1149,000 bulw. health'department, members iihoil ly nfter lunch. The line for violation of this ordinance Is nol. less I linn lei ilollnrs mid nol mor<> (linn fSO wllh each dny counted us i>. sep.'i- rnle ofl'ense. The ordinance, passed ,lnn. 4, lfl2U and widely copied Ilironuh the tri-stntes, Is "(o better protect, the public In the sntc of 1 food mid lor ulhtr purposc.i" It rends llml iin.v person, firm or nurpornlloi) _ ..ed or employed In dlspcnslnt!. sale or olfer for sole, food for hu- mnn consumption shall obtain n health ccrlUlcnti; from n reputable'liin, coimlmluned by Ihe health dcpnrlineut .showing Hint (lie food handler is frr-« of nil conli\Eious diseases. Of the 110 business establishments recently Inspected, 5(1 wcie found to have nt one employe who hnd nol compiled wilh llic low. All but 20 hnve been Issued lerficnles within the past few days. It hns nol been announced when the defendants will be given hearing in municipal court. . I'm , . Missouri (he deparlment tin ivveingc >ield ol 420 pounds pei acto wid n ciow of J2G,{)Ofl tales computed yltli jia,- COO l)Ali"j lust jeui ' Welcome Home Section of Road Rides On Hefty Built Raft WOOSTEB. O. UP) - A road which "rides" on a raft has been bnlll on soft ground near here. Tlie raft consists of heavy timbers In criss-cross tencd with wire. malting fas- The mat is more than 50 feet wide and rides the soft muck in the same way n raft flonl.s on water. High Yielding Barley Developed at College LA SCRtJCES, N. f.f. (UP) _ A new variety of barley with an average yield of 70 bushels per acre has bccn developed by the New- Mexico A. It M. College. Culminating years of selection and breeding which began with a. few smooth-bearded barley heads, the smooth, purple-striped grain is n hardy spring variety that hns been the highest yielding type In tests conducted at the college during the last few years. H has been named Conway Barley, for Prof. W. T. Ccnway. who made the original selection in 1931. Tire Thief Obliging PITTSBURG, Cal. (UP)—Mrs. Anlonla D. Arnica thinks she was the victim of an unusually obliging thief. He stole two new tires frcm her automobile wheels but was kind enough to replace them with old ones attached lo Ihe ear so lhat she was still able to drive honii> without delay. Holland Dies Today HOLLAND, Mo., Aug. 8.— J. W. Hest, C5. died at the St. Francis hospital In Cape Glrnrdenu 'this mcrning nt. four o'clock after Imy- IIIK been connncd to the hosplWl for ten dnys. He hnd been In. |joor health nil .summer. , Fimernl services will be conducted nl one o'clock Wednesday nt the fnmlly litmc by Ihc... Rev. 0. E. • I'lmrp. pnstoi- of Ihc linpl 1st church. Uiirial will lie nt Slkeston. Mr. Hest, wli» hnd resided here for 2f> years. Is survived by lib wife, Mrs. Georgia Best; six dnngh- ers, l\frs. Claude Edwards and Miss Georgia Mny Bcsl, bolh ot St. toils, Mrs. Uml nicomer of Cnpe, Glranleiiu. Afrs. C. B. Colemnn, Miss Ccncvn Bcsl -mid Miss Wanda iier.l. nil of Holland; nnd one son, nick liest of Cnpc Olrardeuu. I'o Pill Wilson, Ark. Postoffice Position The United States civil service commission announces an open competitive examination for filling the position of .substitute village carrier in the pcslofTtce service at Wilson. Ark. The receipt of applications for (lie post closes August 17 nnd nppli- caticns must lie on file wllh the manager of the Ninth U. S. Civil Service Dislrlcl, G27 New Federal Building, SI. Lmils, Mo., on or before thnt date. Full information and requirements may be obtained from the Wilscn postmaster or the civil service dtstrlct manager. The genuine, 100 per cent soulh- .crn atmosphere of "Gone With the Wind" is provided by lovely Evelyn Ke-yes, who as a native- born Atlantan plays Suellen, sister of Scarlett O'Mara. When she arrived in Atlanta by plane recently, the mayor sent a bouquet of magnolia blossoms to 1 greet her. Wireless Amateurs Wed; Romance'Via Air Waves YAKIMA, Wash. 10PJ— Richard C. Young of Yakima and Miss Mildred Tate of Victoria, B. C., were married in the Canadian city after a courtship of three years over, their short wave radio sets. The couple first Inlked to each olhcr on the air three years ago. They continued their conversations from time lo time and then regularly, and became engaged when they met. A number of clher "hams" on the west coast bent, pars to the courtship, much to the couple's embarrassment when they found it onl. through receipt of congratulatory tellers after their engagement was announced. WEATHER Arkansas—Cloudy, showers Irs east and south portions, cooler tonight, Wednesday mostly cloudy In Mst, cooler in east nnd south portions. Me inn his and vicinity—Local sliflH-f-rs tonight and Wednesday, cooler.

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