10 HUH U. S, 8ES[RI Farm At La Tuna, N. M. Undergoes ExLe n s i v e Improvement i-\ TUNA, N. M. (UP>—Priso> gales will open less frequently foi inmates at the federal detention farm here with Its designation bi Attorney Genera) Frank Murphy as a long-term penitentiary. As n short term prison, La 'nuia housed prisoners serving sentences of a year or less. Under the new designation, gates will shut o persons sentenced for terms of one to twenty-five years. Completion in 1940 of a $200000 improvement program now In progress was n. factor in the change from a detention farm to a federal long-term penitentiary. Irrigation projects to enlarge the prison farm carved from the and foothills of the Organ mountains and building construction MI a move to make the Institution self-sufficient arc part of the improvement program. Prisoners Do Work Prison labor lay irrigation — „. ,,,«, IL[ y iiiigauuM pipes from the present main bringing water from the Rio Grande three miles away to add 200 more acres to the present 200-acre plot under cultivation. An earth dam 50 feet high and 1.500 feel long lias teen built to control flood witters from the foothills and a four-mile fence will be creeled to enclose the farm at a cost of $25,000. Twenty prisoners have completed a $90,000 project to double the present 35-man capacity of the •workshop. Two dairy barn" will be finished within units three months and a 200-foot hay and grain barn is under construction. Roads and 10 neiv houses for prison guards and federal'employ- WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- l-Ati You'll Jump Out of Btdij At Morning Rub' to Go - ij'i'iT 8 ! A<> ' M 1>tmr out lwo mimdj of iQuid bib Into J-°url*»vel,d.iIj-.Ifthi S bilc Is not nawm B freely, yuu I food docs n'tdij-cs I It u e B reey, yuu I ood d .It ju.t decays in the bowels. Cu ; Uoata your .tomjch. -You B ct consliraM. Vou whole system 13 poisoned and you tat tour Bunk and the world looks punk Iho .-I?"' i?? 0 , 1 mo «™«>' <loc3n't eel n I Ittf. n "^S™ ""»« wo*- »W Carter' if M L ; vet . Pllls to Stt Ihcsc t»-o pound °L ^n , ni "™ V c * niJ n>»le you fee up and up. H nrniI , SSi ccnt] t Ins in ninklnc bile tlmr fr«lv Asfc for K * " V'V •"'" PiUs by •""»'• 26 »»S Slublwraly jefu.e anrtliin E eUe. nko ara on the Improvement program. Like most federal penitentiaries, La Tuna is as nearly self-sufficient as possible. Corn, beans, lomaloes, «iuasli, potatoes and other crops arc grown on the grounds nnd canned In the penitentiary shops, using equipment constructed by prison machinists. More than )l,000 gallons of vegetables have been canned at the farm. 'I'o Have Dairy Herd Tho prison has its owii hogs to supply meat and a bird of 36 dairy cattle will be brought, from I^avcnworth penitentiary by Jan. 1 to provide the prison with dairy products. Ducks, because, as prison officials say, they lay more eggs' at egg less cost than chickens, nil needs at table and kitchen. Designation of tho farm as a long term prison will entail no hardship upon management of the penitentiary, said Reuben R. Cross, associate warden. "Operation of a short term prison is more difficult than a long term penitentiary," he said. "When tho prisoners have become accustomed to prison life, there Is no difference. The difficulty arises in acclimating so many different men In a short term institution." Musical Program Is Heard By Lions A musical program was presented at the weekly luncheon mect- inng of the Lions club yesterday when 38 members and a guest, S. L. Gladish, of Osceola, attended. B. J. Allen was in charge of the program. Mrs. R. G. Allen, violinist, played several numbers. She was accompanied on Ihe piano by Earl B. Sivydcr. Steele-Cooter Society — Personal Hostess to KMga Parly One of the most beautiful par ties held here (his season was tjivet by Mrs. Alma Q. Copelnnd whci she had three tables of bridge a her home In Cooler Friday night The California motif \\-as carriet out in the decorations, place cards tallies and (he favors souvenirs from and prize Callforiili Townsend Club To Meet Here Tonight ToH'iisend club, Number One, will liave an important meeting tonight nt the court house at 7i30 o'clock, it ivas announced today. An entertaining program has !)een arranged, ofllccrs said, as they Issued an invitation to the public to attend. ••COURTS Grady Bowers forfeited a bond 3f S20.25 to answer a charge of disturbing the peace by fightlm? and Joel Brannon and John ciilsm, arrested on similar charges, received ccntimmnccs in Municipal Court yesterday. One man was fined on a public Irnnkenness charge. t,'. O. Croper has filed suit in chancery court against Mrs. Mary b. Cooper seeking a divorce on the ground of desertion. Ed B -Ccoi is attorney for the plaintiff which Mrs. Copeland purchased ci her recent trip there, Nuts- were served from baskets which wen hand made by California Indians Mrs. \v. C. Reid received higl score prize, Miss Rubyc llarker, sec ond high and Mrs. Carl Hughe: low score. Print punch was served during the games and at iho close of the evening a salad course and iced tea were served. The guests were teachers in the Cooler schools and Mrs E W Me- Cann, M,-S. Ralph Rushing o 1 and Miss Mary Newt Can ol sieele. Missionary Society Meets There were twelve members ,,,, u one visitor who nltcmled the regular meeting of the Woman's Missionary society when they met at the Methodist church Monday afternoon. The meeting, opened bj the vice president. Mrs. P F Mc- Cutehen. Mrs. n. C. Sicele Jr. was in charge of the World Outlook program and she was assisted bj Mrs. R. c. Steele Sr.. Mrs. Car Sheclcy and Mrs. McCiitchen. Alter the genera) routine of business the following committee was selected lo plan the menu for serving the Rotary club banquet: Mrs Sheeley, Mrs. Steele Sr. and Mrs E. E. Benton. Next Monday will be social and the place of meeting wilt announced later. be Miss AlcCann Honored At Huuking I'arfy Mis's Reva McCann of Matthews who Is spending this week here with friends nnd relatives, was guest of honor at a bunking parts at/ the home of Miss Lonnell Jordan Saturday night. Lunch was served at midnight and sunrise breakfast was enjoyed * * t Fourth Birthday Honored Little Miss Peggie Jane Hamilto was guest, of honor at a party Saturday afternoon in honor of her fourth birthday anniversary The party was held at her home from 2:30 until 5:30. There were twelve little friends who attended. Alter an aflcrhcon at games the hostess served dainty refreshments * * * Jtfrs. Dan Porlis Jr. and daugh- ADVANCE SELLING! CHOOSE NQW i SELECT TODAY—MONTHS TO PAY! 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Daimcttc remained for several days visit wllh her grandparents nnd her mother will be here tomorrow to speml the day Misses Louise Beekham nml Olcn- ilcan Jones vlslled friends In Blytheville Sumlny afternoon Miss Ailine copcland returned home Monday after a visit with friends In Columbia Ihe past two weeks. While th crc siw wns „ gnesl at the Dlnna Sorority house party which wns held at it--ckiuvay Beach Springs at Tnneycono. Mo., which Is on the White 'river. Prank Jordan of Memphis returned last night after spending two days here with his brother, Albert, Arch, nnd Lomilc Jordan of Stcete nnd Cooler. Arlldgc Wright lins 'returned to his home In Jlcndersrn Tenn after a visit here with'his sons. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Allbrltton had ns their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. lister Woods nnd children of Portagcvllle, Mr. nml Mrs. S. T. Jordan of Bcrnte. L. C. Spencer spent, lust weekend In Memphis with his wife who Ls staying with her mother, Mrs. C. N. Sanders of Joiner, Ark., who Is seriously III at (he Baptist hospital. Mrs. Spencer will remain there with her mother until she recovers. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lewis of Kcn- netl and Miss Jewell Lewis of Braggadocio were here Sunday visiting friends and relatives. In Ihe afternoon, accompanied by Miss Margaret McClure mid Jiggs Reltl, they tcok L, E. Rclil nnd daughter. Mary Joe, to their home In Caraway, Ark., after they had spent the weekend here with relatives. Mrs. James Reid, who had spent Ihe weekend In Caraway, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Myrel White and son, Jce, and Hllhourn While, D:n'- ald Esque and Miss Anlla Gardner, all of Lexington, Tcnn. and a Miss Esque of Baton Rouge La., were dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Russell Sunday. Dick Rushing and daughter, Mrs. Stanley Hayes, and Mr. Hnyes of Jackson, Tcnn., spent the first o the week here with Mrs. Dalscj Rushing and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jordan wll be gnesls at a dinner bridge partj at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Join Dccn of Blytheville tomorrow even Ing. Mrs. Patty Hazel of slcelc nut Blytheville, accompanied by Mrs Dan Portls Jr., of Lepanto. Ark. were guests at Levy's Fashion sho* in Memphis today. Mr. nml Mrs. Bob Rushfng- nw daughler, Jerry, were dinner guests of Mrs. nushlng's mother. 'Mrs Snllie Harris of Hayti Simdaj Jerry remained witli her grandmother for a week's visit. Mrs. Eunice fly LISTED Miss Emilic Cummings Is Be On 1eacher y New Wll.SON, Aug. S3,—Tlie Wilson IMilj ic M-nools will open Monday. Sfpcmber II, Superintendent c I,, "id snid (0( i ny w)ll>|1 , K . nn , mmc . « mombors of the faculty for he new year and projects lo be undertaken during the- term. «»xs Emlllc CiuninlngB, who will 'Pace M| SS n m -(on Ooodloc us nisi grade Instructor, is the only nr-w i teacher on the staff, sho was "" P <1 from ihc University of s nt Fayeltevllte nml' 1ms nt I'mlric Grove for the post four years. Other faculty members nml the smiles or subjects they will teach follow: .Miss Mary Dowilen, second; Miss Mlrlaii Hulcn. Hiird; Miss Mary C. Curler, fourth; Mrs. W. F, Fur!>K\ fifth; Miss Jcnnetta Phillips, sixth; Miss Mary Symonds, music. Miss Vcnjlo Rogers, high school EDBllsh nnd social science- Miss Louise Phillips, high .school English and S oclni science; Miss Katl eriiu' Coulter, librarian; Miss Do olliy Miller, hoinu economics; Ml Snrnh Lewis Green, connnercl department; W. B. Fiirnlss, sc ence nnd uinlheiiintles; P. R M Rue. agriculture; c. L. Bird, ul peiintendenl, social science '' in mathematics, Conslriictlon of an ugrlcultu building and (lie beautincntlon i grounds aroimd the new horn ei ciilmlcs cottage are two projcc planned for the 'year, Mr Bli said. Both will be" WPA lirojcel It is believed Dial work will beg on tile ncit of October. PAGE THREE BRUCE CATION'S AMERICAN ROUNDUP i.iiucr, OATTON Colin,, • K , vt W ,, W11(!1011 Oorr[ N?W , VO «K. Aug. 23.-U ls , )r:b . "Wy the only p \ m ln A , , where a .stout Bt »ylmlrcd* gra d- mo her could m „„ n ,„ * fc , . walk down the states its coney building, by tho fir Ruth Lawhon nnd Miss Poplar Eluff Gulhrlc spent Sunday In their mother Mrs,. A. j. CililhrlL' nnd. their brother, Charles Gtithrle and baby Elbert liiwhon who lias spent the past two weeks In returned home, with Poplar them. Bluff , . Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Rono were gnesls of Mr. and Mrs. Newbcrry Johnson of Steeic at their cabin it Hardy over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John Parks Jr. ipent Monday in Memphis. Mrs. T. C. Bensley Is slow ly recovering at the Walls hospital In Dty;ihevjlle where she has been mdergolng- treatment. Her daiigh- .er, Mrs. Maude Alice Andersen of Ellisville, Miss., has arrived (o he vith her mother. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Wall and son of St... Louis nre the guests of Mr. anjT Mrs. Jerry Hslly this week. Miss Mary Ellen McCulchcn re- .urned home Friday from the St. Joseph's hospital in Memphis where she underwent an appendectomy. Hisses Q'Bell McDaniol and Wava Wells, accompanied by Billfe Wells, vcre In Memphis to visit her Thursday. Miss Mary Lou McDanlel is leav- ng Friday for I/iulsville, Miss., vhere she is Commercial teacher n the high school. Mrs. Dcrwood Barger and uaby lave returned home after a six vccks visit with her mother in )hlcago, 111. Mind Your Manners PENNEY'S J. C. PENKEY COMPANY, Incorporated Test your knowledge of correct ocinl usage by answering the fol- owing questions, then checking j against the authoritative answers below: 1. If a person mispronounces n word, should you use It ntlcr him and pronounce it correctly? 2. If someone asks you hoiv to pronounce a word should you tell him or pretend you don't know cither, so as not to make him feel inferior? 3. If someone tells v n story Is It polite to say, "That wasn't the way I heard it"? 4. If someone stark (o tell you n joke you have heard, should you stop him? 5. If someone says "Did you hear the story about—?" and you liavc heard It, Is It all right to say so? What would you do If— Your wife Is telling a story, and has an unimportant fact wrong Would you— (a) Correct her gently? <b) Let It pass? (c) Say, "Mary, you never get anything exactly right"? Answers 1. No. Try to avoid using It. 2. Tell him if he asks Say "I think so-and-so." 3. No, 4. No. 5. Yes. Best "What Would You Do" solution—tb). You would If anyone else were telling It. Leaf Worm Damage Is Not Yet Seriou Although cotlon leaf worm scattered generally over Mlsslssljij County, no serious trouble Is ai llclpatcd If fanners take prccni lions, It was announced today b D. s. Lanlrip, county agricultm agent. No reports of new infested nrca have been made since Saturday an it Is believed that farmers hav dusted with calcium nrseiialc sill flclenlly to slop Ihe Inleslalio unless rain continues. A warning to farmers lo wale the fields w-as again issued by M Lantrip who snld Iliat n gcncm infeslnlion might result In consld crablc damage to the colion ero at this slagc. Cotton leaf worms nre to be ex peeled each year, ho-pointed'mi but It Is culy when they couic^n a certnln singe In development cotton Hint they cause dani,. If the worms liatl made their up pearnncc two weeks Inter no dnm age would be likely to result. Dell News Great Commission nml Ihc Orlen wns the subject of the program o Hie Woman's Missionary union o the Dell Baptl.it Church, whci they met yesterday nflernoon a tire home of Mrs. P. II. Gill. Mrs. P. 11. Gill was leader oMh program and niter the ilcvotloi.n given by Mrs. M. w. Lewis the fol owing tnlks were given. The Grea Commission nnd the Orient b Mrs. U. L, Tale, Palestine of lo day and making disciples In Pnl estine by Mrs. P. II, Dill, jiipni today nnd making disciples li Japan by Mrs. C. A. Smith, Chin of today by Mrs. Jltn Ross, slorie that cheer by Mrs. John iiardln. Nine members and one vlsitoi VHss Chrlslina Doyle, were present The Polly Sunshine group Is lend Ing the CIoo;ny Ann group In till weather contest. After the program delicious re freshmoiils of ice cream and cab was served. Gootl Huntiii r !„ California SACRAMENTO (UP) — Califor nians nre unable to midersttmi why Frank Buck goes to some out of-lhc-way place to "bring 'en back alive." During the past, yea 182 lions were killed in Callforniti 300 wildcats and coyotes trapped and 219 ether predatory wild anl nals hired to an untimely end. BUY NOW PAY THIS FALL! ORES, TUBES, RADIOS, ARTS, REPAIRS, HODY FENDER WORK, AN I PAINTING. All On Fall Time NO DOWN PAYMENT BUY NOW-PAY ONE PAYMENT THIS FALL TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. 'Wione 63S Always Open Coney I 5 ia m | is democracy with s slil. I off. I! Is rowdy mid , tWy and Incurably Icwbrow Yon nu. llnd all i,u-cs lm( ) ^ "' Co. ey and on Its lm TO !i bh , eo - «cstrd .sands, nil shape, n't well from (he sublime to the 'rmtcuta, ! 1 b as( s of a dc/.,, bath himMs, Hi lollci- coiislers, the world', blc- «cst ferrls wheel and „„ ,, vom ; n simiinev.Simduy <-o llsl ,mption of BomclhliiR like 800.01)0 hut do," On a holiday, like Jl))v ,,. „ ,„,, ;,,: HAmT AN", mll "°" oiiHiosrry All of which ino ™>e>> cmilnes. i. oney Is two and oiie-lmlf miles of beach fresh iiir, mid s lm |l s ;l,(. S(nm . O f "••> "sliors come Just because limy linvc the Imbll. ami Rt ,nc of them — >"o oiit-of-(:vi'ii<'i-s-c<mii> because hey have hmril about Coney all heir lives and want to |, llu . ouc ic«k at the place before they die "lit most of Coney's visitors— who for this year, are going to total close < 0 10,000.000 people— come because tt l s u, 0 cl ,| y |)!MC Diet- know of where they can buy swn.lglK, fresh air. and a little coolness for n nickel. And, it u le y can't, buy those things for a nickel, they have to do without them. So much for Coney. Come along now to another American bullilng beach a couple of Inmdrcd miles awny— Baileys Beach, at Newport, R. I. Yon wont find a greater contrast. In America. Bailey's Beach Is the exclusive private beach of Ihc Newport .summer colony, it Is n strip cl sand perhaps 100 yards wide nnd hnlr a mile lonn nicely fenced In, and buttressed on its landward side by n neat two-story brick administration building, n row of cabanas, n bnr, n restaurant, and a dance pavilion. Y«u Join this club— Its offldni name, by the way, Is the Spouting Rock Hciicli Association— by In- vHallon, mid you pay $:foo for three shares of stcck. In addition. If yuu want a cabana, you pay $150 more. There are, of comae, annual dues besides. On n weekend In July or August, or during that great gathering known as Tennis Week, the place will get a gootl-slxed crowd —as ninny as 600 people, sometimes. Fundamentally, both of these beaches (Bailey's nnd coney) sell the same wares - water, sand, fiesh air, nml sunlight, m a sense, oiey sl ,)i something else oo: nt Bailey's a sense of belonging to tlic lop ilighl-at Coney, a .sense of tolng an Inextricable pail o/ n singularly to]- erajil, cnstial, noii-ctass-conyjcus proletariat. DAIl,i:y'S GIVES J'KIVACV Bailey*- a<l<l s privacy, which Coney eim't. provide. If' yon can &l n 10 by 10 piece of sand for yourself nnd your family nt Coney, yon can fount, yourself lucky. I'liolcifi-upliers aren't likely to bother you at either place They'ie rigidly barred nt Bailey's. The experiment of letting them In was li'lcd' one Sunday this summer, but the boys Insisted on ymo- (cgrAiililii); people who didn't, especially want to be photographed; nnd the experiment Is otf, And the only thing photographers do at Coney Is fly overhead In a plane dice In a while to get an air view of luilf a million bathers at once. As 1 say, It's [jnlic a contrast! It isn't brought up here to nraiso clas.'i feeling or to point a moral. America Is a free country, and each of these beaches gives full snttsfactlcn to Its patrons. But anyone who Is interested iu politics ought to take a look nt both places. They represent two extremes in American life. The politician has to take both extremes Into consideration. Which group Ik he going to try to placate? 1 wouldn't know how to advise him . , . except to remark (hat when everything else has been considered, there arc Just naturally an awful lot more Ccncy Islanders Ihan Bailey's Beachers. Prize Winners v To Get $2800 (continued fitmi pace one) llsls nn nmiotmeemcnt said that It wjis the consensus of these groups (lint UIQ list wns ns complete ns It cnn be at this time, In line with the purpose of proceeding slowly (o build a slibstatillnl Institution for tlio benefit of all Inlcrests. The entile fair- will not only Include exhibits of farm and home products, but will have a complete entertainment program along with n mid-way and special attractions day and night. —PRESCRIPTIONS—, Stife - - Accurate Aur Prescription DrugBlst Fowler Drug Co. Main & First I'hone Ul New Liberty News Birthday Club Meets Ten members of the Birthday club and six visitors met with Mrs II. J. Fomlren Thursday afternoon. After the hostess opened her gifts a salad plate with an ice<i drink was served. Mrs. . Fondren was assisted in serving by her daughter Mrs. Darrol Umsford. The next meeting will be with Mrs. J. v/, Epperson Tuesday, August 29. • * » Miss Myrtle McDonal has returned to her homo in the Mississippi Delta after having visited her brother, Hiram McDonal and family here. Mrs. P. H. Afaddox and son dene, Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald Aycock and son, James and Mrs. Howe Stockton returned home Sunday after iinvlng visited rela- llves at West Point, Calhoun City : and other points in Mississippi. " Miss Opul Garratt returned home Sunday from West Memphis where she spent two weeks with her sister, Mrs. T. P. Stewart, and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. R, M. Aycock of' Sardls, Miss., nre parents of a daughter. They arc at the home of Mrs. Aycock's mother, Mrs Ben I'richard. Mrs. liarbcr returned to her home at Vandtiscr, , Mo., Sunday fitter having visited her son, D, Clan-alt, mid family. She was accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Gun-alt and Mr. and Mrs. orvii aarratt and family, who spent the day with her. Miss Jean Anuantrout went to Wilson Monday lo be employed there. • Mr. and Mrs, L'onnlc Wallace of Houston, Tex., Mrs. R. E. Baker and daughter. Laura, of Okolona, Miss., have returned home .after spending two days here will! Mrs. J. P. Epperson, and other relatives. Mrs, M. H. Oarnor Is In Para-: gould with her daughter, Mrs. Thcodoro Wnlden. Mr. YValdcn and young son, • Harry. Miss .Rachel Lou Cleveland, of Gosnell, spent the weekend with Miss Ilclcner Jarrtitt. In war it Is not pennllled to make two mistakes.—Plutarch, NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry Mid Cleaning ServtcV IMPORTANT NOTICE! As an additional service to its customers, all cotton received at either the Memphis Compress and Storage Co. or the Wilson Compress and Storage Co. will be insured for its full market value against any loss or damage by fire. No charge will be assessed for tins insurance. When issued, the warehouse receipt will show that the bale is so insured. . This service will eliminate the necessity of owners of the cotton taking out individual insurance policies against loss by fire. SIGNED; Wilson Compress Memphis Compress and Storage Co. and Storage Co, Evadale, Arkansas Memphis, Tcnn.
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