The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1939 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Be Sure To "Attend i. GoiiMy Fair Sept. 26~dct. 1 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAS^ ARKANSAS Awn crMt-rtic-A'co, ..ret.,-.,™, ^^"^ VOLUMR XXXVI—NO. 1G8. Blythevllle Courier Blyllieville Herald Blylhcyille Dully NWS Mississippi Valley French, Germans Duel With Artillery, Seek To Find Weak Point PARIS, Sept. 22. (UI 1 )—French am! German fortresses and field batteries increased inlenaity of their fire on the western front today !n>l neither army risked direct iittacka. Heaviest flrc was concentrated in (lie Biles valley where Ger-' mans sought to block the easiest access lo .the Siegfried line and tlio wooded hills southeast or Rnar- ImieekeH where French guns have been planted. Raar and Lorraine villages within the two fortified lints, which have been evacuated of nil civil- Inns since hostilities began, were haltered by artillery (Ire all rtny. With slowing down of German operations on the eastern iron military quarters said there wa. a notable increase in (he Intensity of German (ire on the wcsten front where hundreds of German batteries withdrawn from Polnnc have arrived to re-enforce the Siegfried fortress. German .Naval Prisoners Arc Now In England . Warsaw Still Molds Oil LONDON, Sept. 22. (UP)—The Warsaw radio station, still going strong at 1:30 a.m. (7:30 p.m Thursday EST) announced that German suells and airplane bombr had killed 100 civilians, mostly women and children, yesterday and had "gutted" both the German and Soviet embassies, wound- Ing several members of the Soviet staff. The broadcasts, heard here and elsewhere in Europe, said that several churches and four hospitals had been bombed, including one established by the Red Cross and "on which numerous nod Crass Hags had been hoisted." The communiques gave no indication that the city's defenders were weakening on the Htli day of one of the most devastating sieges of modern times. The city had been surrounded 10 days. No more food or ammunition could get In and at .Budapest, Warsaw's Mayor Stefan Starzynskl was heard announcing that the bread situation might soon become critical. Nevertheless, almost, every War. saw broadcaster reiterated that the defenders would "fight to the last man and cartridge." The 1:30 a.m. "defense command communique." /said that north of the, city.; ','ihh ..'enemy, ."snpriofteil b>'"hbavy--artillery^ 'fire, "attacked violently the Anhonpl-Brudno-Sas- ka-Kcpa sector but all attack. 1 ! were fejiulsed. ' In the wesl, after regrouping forces, the enemy attempted with the support of heavy artillery to retake positions they lost. Wednesday but. without success. The commander-iii-chief x commends the spirit ant! courage of-all ranks." A military commentator told of 'the-' 7CO civilian deaths and (he bombing of the embassies. He said the. city defenders had been reinforced by two infantry divisions and three cavalry brigades who broke through the rear of the German lines froc Kutno. CO miles west, and marched Intel Warsaw. Up io last night, he .raid. 1)7! German planes had been ' shot clown in Warsaw. The present raids, he said, were being made by "rather poor machines of various types," The belter machines evidently had been transferred to the western front, he said. In English, German and Polish, (lie announcer exclaimed: "We will light to the end." -LONDON, Sept. 22. <UI>)—German naval prisoners have started to arrive In England the ministry of information announced today. A number of German officers, the ministry said, arrived yesterday and were taken lo a prison cami). The prisoners laughed when a woman who saw them arrive at an imdeslgnated railroad station shouted "hard luck, mates". One prisoner replied, "Not so hard." _____ ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI RI,YTHttVILLK, AHKANSAS, KRIDAY, SKPTKMUKR 22, 10,'li) War lit Brief By Unit*) lYrss Says Small Nations In Western Hemisphere Are Not Menaced NF, WYORK, Sept. 22. (UP)— Secretary of slate Cordell Hull dedicated western hemisphere nations today to the task of preserving civilization which he said the European war threatens to obliterate. He congratulated western hemisphere nations that peace reigned in this part of the world -and said "among us, small'countries do not feel menaced by their powerful aeighbrrs." Speaking at fan-American Day ceremonies at the World's Pair, Hull deplored the "slate .:pf affairs n 'which callous disregard" of )a\v m'd morality with resort to" briite 'crce, and violence, are the methods deliberately chosen Tor the attaih- .nent of national aims." Hull referred to recent wars as aggression which has retarded oui material progress and filled us with anxiety and apprehension. The European hostilities'In three weeks "have laid a heavy hand ipon many phases o( the lives of our nation." Honoris German Losses PARIS, Sept. 22. (UP) — Jean Glttiudoux, chief of French information bureau, tonight' said in a broadcast lhat German casualties were 150,000 dead and wounded in three weeks of warfare in Poland. The Nazis lost 500 airplanes and CCO pil:ls in the Polish fighting, Olratidoux said. York Cotton NEW YORK, Sept. 22 (OP)— Colton closed steady. • open high low close Oct. Dec. Jan. Mar. May Jill. . 893 87G 870 854 834 819 004 887 876 854 844 827 893 875 8G7 854 834 818 303 878 869n 808 837 821 Spots closed nominal at, 013, up 1. Stock Price* NEW YORK. Sept. 22. (UP>The stock market moved ine^ular- ly today with trading mcderale A - T - *•' T 160 1-. Anaconda Cop 341-4 Asscc. D. G ! .' 8 3-8 Beth. Steel 91 3.4 Bceinif Air 271-4 Chrysler \ 33 1-4 Coca Cola H2 'Gen. Eiec 41 1-j Gen. Mol .' 53 1.3 Int. Harv.esl 691-2 Montgomery Ward ' 54 N. Y. Central 201-2 ^Packard 4 Phillips Pet '. 455-8 Radio . .. . K 7 o . . u (-0 Schenly Dlst 131-4 Simmons " 22 1- Sccony Vac '. ... 14 Std. Oil N. J 50 ]._ Texas 'Coro.. 47 .3-8 U. S. Smelt '.., U. S. Steel Townsend Club Is To Meet Tonight The Townsend .Club No. One will lave its regular meeting tonight [it the court house at 7:3(1 o'clock, sffirers announced today. Arrangements have been made for special enlertainment by Die young people, officers sntd, as they urged all members nnd their friends to attend. Special business will come before Ihe meeting. Homeless Boy of 10 Besieged With Offers COLUi!>rBUS, O. (UP)—There is still some good will in thc world as the experience oj n homeless little boj r of 10 demonstrate. A little fellow named Buddy, srphaned at the age of 3. had to be laken to the county juvenile detention home from Ihe residence if his fester parents because the illness of Ills (foster mother precluded her caring for him longer. Within a few hours alter his plight had been recounted in a newspaper 20 families had volun- tccKd to take him into Ihojr homes. One woman wanted to take him \ v o her home in New ifexico and begged thc court to jrant prrmiMion before she had to leave fo; Hie west. All applicants and ihetr homes must first be investigated, but it appeared that Buddy is assured a new home. Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS. III.. Sept. 22 (UP)— Hogs, 0000 Top, 7.90 170-230 Ibs. 7.70-7.85 HO-H50 Ibs.. C.50-7.25 Bulk sows G.65-7,25 Cattle, 1600 Steers 9.25 Slaughter steers, 6.25-11.25 Mixed yearlings, heifers 7.50-9.00 Slaughter heifers 6.23-11.00 Beef co-.vs, i.,00-6.25 Cutters nnd low cutlers, 3.50-4.50 Chicago Wheat open Sept. 86 3-8 Dec. 86 7-8 high low close 87 3-8 86 88 1-2 87 3-8 8G 1-8 86 3-8 Chicago Corn Rumanian Gove i- n m e n Acts Swiftly To Proven Any Rebellion BUCHAREST, Sent. 22. (UM- undreds of members of the oui lawcd iron Guard orgniilznilo! were under arrest today, and inor arresis were in prospect, us a mil itary-ied government moved (i avenge mercilessly the nssassina lion ol Premier Anmind Ciillnescii Thousands of iironle wiUrhrc last nlt'lit, aii iionr,s uftcr (lie assassination, (lie public execution o: six of Hie assassins, u i \\\ e S | W where they killed tin.' premier. Two nad committed suicide imm'.'dlate- y after (lie attack. Today Ihe country was nu.~. Backed by an nnny of upward. 1 of 1,000.000 men and police throughout (lie country, Ihc government sought, to slump out thc ast remnant); of the Iron Guard which not only the government but Die people blamed for the assassination. • Reinforcements hnd been called 'or the Bucharest garrison. The nsMfsination was regarded as an internal political mallei •without International significance —vengeance for the killing by jendnrmes last November of Cor- neliii Cotlrennu, Iron , Gimrd leader, and a group of ills men. Officially Codreann and his aides were killed while trying to escape; Iron Giiardists.haci held that they were killed .deliberately. Gen. George Argeseanu, premier; Gen. Gabriel ivfarinescti,' minister of interior, Gen. Ion Ileus, minister of war, key men In (he reorganized cabinet—unchanged except for them—undertook at once the work' of crushing Iron Guard remnants. The Iron Guard had long been outlawed. It changed its name to (he "All for Country Parly." It uses the Nazi swastika emblem niid is anti-Semitic and pro-German. It bitterly hates Mine. Iifagda Lupescu, King Carol's friend, who has Jewish blood. Leaders of the organization were arrested in April, 1938, as the result of an nllegftl plot lo overthrow,-enrol:"""- - v. P. C. Ai; Jalih, chief of the United Press Bucharest bureau, watched the execution of the remaining ;ix of Cnlinescu's assassins. The premier ,who ironically always hnd Jrged lenience in dealing with Iron Guardists, had been shot at 2:>G' - ----------- .--.. .j ,-,...... itiii^n^v (in; mnii pintles aliol, down in blUUh for Wnvsnw ...-.'.•• - J V ' . HBJUJN : . Army high $imihmm annoiiucosi "cicrami and lUissia rendi coini)ldlfi{''ngroci)ioii(, ' lines I , . - - I-- — "' ' 7-1-. -•-•"•>. in, >v.f > lll\l|l!l> illlUJS * U (l(?mamUion m I'olniul, says 'Gbvinnns won hnlllfl or Toman- /.ow, r>0 miles uorllnvost;' of Lwmv. I'AH IS: Wai- ofiirn iimioiincos mlilloi-v action along entire wcwlcni iVnni Umntehmii Tliursdiiy nighl .HIWS ;'« tfiim'dn.oontiimp ;iclivil.v. ' • ' BT',m,IN: Cci-mnn Ami .Sovinl high'commands UKI.,. upon pai'titionijifr of Polaiui;Onumiy gelii ai-m,s iminu- iaclin-mfMiml industrial crml Cfs ; !mt Soviet liilto.s iJItrainirm * :iiul oil liclds, section along Rumanian boi'ilei 1 wl»>al HUOIIAHKS'I': f.'ovonimetit; rounds up Inimlrals of Iron nts alter public exceuliqiis -of Pcemior Calinemi'H as- sa.s.siD.s; uovonimonl. and. ar'niy remain in control, bnlicvo pvo-i\axi plot to NCi/.o ))0\ver inislirud; King Carol ^IrenirUi- ens delni-minalioii to remuiiilncnilral. MOSCOW: Soviets eonfirhV; German announcement ol ^cement, upon lines of dcWarcalion in Poland- ai-inv '«"- aiinces Ucd troops mop' (ipj remnants of Polish forcos in nllC Jl 'll'nio /irt,\li ><vmVl I Tk..i«,'_.... w. *.*.», Polish areas occupied by Huaai'mis. WASHINGTON: Adminish'iiUon prc-isca for .speedy cn- iiclmentoi Roosevelt's neiiti'filify minosls-while scniitp ho'- lationists plan long delnite. • '' " .MEUHfilTI HElLITiaBEIf ME fluillTTEB thirty-Four Officers Fro rom Eighl Schools Given In struction Rfiir Of Murder In Youth's Kol- Thirty (cur officers of the Par- and Kel- not guilty'of chnrgc.-i of jl(, ivas the third trial of the two " ' ice presidents, secretaries ther members of the .i-x and six shabbily dressed assassins, oiic wearing n blood-stained bandage about his head—apparently because of a wound suffered when he was arrested—wore lined up against an army truck in the slreel nl. the spot where Caline.icii hart fallen. Soldiers formed a cordon In (he vicinity to keep n big, (ensc crowd at a distance. The government had invited tlic public to watch. A delail of soldier.'; lined up a few feet away from tlie six 'assassins, dretv their pistols nnd, at arm's length range, on an officer's order shot, them through Ihc head. ' One of the six had been released from a concent ml ion camp six days ago. Two hundred (von Guardisls ha:l been arrested immediately alter the killing. Hundreds of more nr- rcsts were expected, a was learned, nlso. that several hundred had been arrested in Ihe last few clays in a new ronsd up of political dissidents. The mm who were executed in the various associations. " Mrs. Marlon Williams of Blythc- -ville, president of 'the County Council, is presiding over the session. She opened Hie nil day meeting ivlth a welcoming speech The Parent,- Teacher organization; its program, 'activities, projects, the instruction committee, Congress Publications, philosophy' policies and objects of (lie association are being discussed. Mrs Prfiwltl. and Mrs. Bm-kctt arc conducting round (able discussions of solutions for solving various problems. Mrs. T. R. Ivy, county examiner, spoke l-a the group this morning on thc "Needs of thc Schools in the .County." Mrs. Charles Cilgger Jr., president of the Ccnlral Ward Parent Teacher association, nnd Mrs Rupert cmft:ii. president of the Langc Parent Teacher association registered (lie members as they cnnjcd by Injuries Inniclcd by Ullcy am! nnrnclt following ' a disturbance at uilo-y's night club iit Holland. The defendants denied the charge, nd- mitllng thai Ihey had been Involved In a disturbance with Howard at (lie night- club mil denying lhat they inflicted Injuries that caused li) s death, He was found on Highway 01 several, hundred 'yards frcm (he nloht club. Do Not Forget To ; Pay Yoitr Poll Tax fiefore October 1 SINGLE COPIES FIVE' CENTS •IBS IN P1J Russia Gels Wheat, Oi Fields Of Nazis Den! Poland li - Roi«. 'J2. (DW-l'olniii was partitioned for ||IK fourth llm in Hor h story icday .when Clrrmni and Soviet, I\| K I, commands OBICM Jiliori HUM or ilomarcallon hciwrrj ho two nmilM which giws npmxw himtcly hnlf or i>ci,,,,,| to ){, I5 j| ft Whether tlln carving done by tin Ketch anil lie,! armies would bo fiiuil remained for n. derision as U possible c'miilon nf n Polish buffet slnlo belivceii {Irrmany nnd the Ilui tor tin;,,!, jhiwln fc io lake nil or j'olnnd cast of n llm :lmiln(f at the East rrusslnr frontlet' where lh c river 1'lsi ercsscs Inlo Poland nnd 'continuing aloni; Die Nnrow, Vistula nut Saii llm utingnrlnii Iwrdci- Under (he dfmarcallon ngreei upon by lhc> cirrmnu and lUiBSlni nigh commnndi territory assignee for the present to the Soviets included 'amoiiB others (he .hlghlj :mpor(aiit citlc!; of Vllvm, nn>sl- Lllovsk, Hlalystok and Uvow. net-aidless of whether Ihls lino of demarcation meant a vast con'- cesston by lilllcr In his deal wltV Stalin, tlic Niwl fuehrer now car. conclude Ihe llulilnlng win- lit the cast, und free Ills armies for action on (he western frcnt where he Is expected lo make an Insjiccllor lour within thc next few days. The <lenl meniit, lhat Poland's liltr ndustrlnl, nrmnincnt and mineral llstrlcts fell largely Inlo N rands and will bo ti gre'nl lmjx>r- ancc In the >viir )u (he west. Sut llio Ukrainian grain Holds, he heart of '(he big Polish oil fields and tlic frontier of nunmnln vhlch' Qcnnmu .-jcok lo doinhiale -conoinlcnlly, lands. fell Into Rtisslnn Negro Is Held For ;: Theft 0{ Bicycles Willie Prn?.ldV;.18-yenc-old negro )as ben .tnVnccI 'pVei- to -City 'Marhal -Hoy Brlnkldy.'of ICelser,'after idmllllng to'officers Ihnfliq jim! tolen three' bicycles rece:ill.v nl Wilson and Kelser ami .hail told hem lo 11 Blylhevlllc Urn). Officers rccovcml Iwo of Iho lolcn ''hikes' bill' Die. third hnd )cen sold. The negro was nrrcotcil after lli'o i\vncr of the Iccal firm, svho had iccn buying.the used bicycles, bc- ninc siisplcloiw a; his -..^ ...... ..,.u utiv. t-A..^.tiL(;il "' n-.-, i it i " *-*«v public last night were cau«h!, ns ™ tllls """ning. Mrs. w. J. they fled northward on the Ploesil noti 8 cra . president or tlie Smlbury road in a motor car. In the car B'oiip, assisted Mrs. Williams in were found 15 hand grenades, scv- ''Diving (hem at Ihc church, en revolvers, ammunition a:ul a i Lunch was served at noon In hammer Intended which police believed was lllc Home Ec:nomlcs collage. Host- for use In smasiilng' a! cssra nt "''s time were ^frs. Harry window of Calinemi's antomobik-J w - Hnines, president of the Junior- it that had been necessary. | Senior association, and j.j rs _ Prec . man Robinson, home ecrnomics in- .slruclor of tlic city li|?h school Home Made Apparatus Profits Young Divers TRAVERSE CITY. Mich. (UP) — Lack of money hasn't kept Dick The home ccon:mfcs girls had decorated the cottage with foil flowers and had hand made menu cards for their guests. Not Guilty Plea Is Entered By Caldwell ^fEW ORLEANS, sepl. 22. (UP) —George Cnldwcll, ousted building superintendent of Louisiana Slate University, pleaded not guilty lo- day when arraigned on federal charges of mail fraud In connection with commissions received nn L>. S.' U. contracts. An Indictment returned i H accused him of receiving per cent bonds amounting lo -J)3.861 on Hie conUv.cis thodgli an illegal (igreement with Dr. James Monron Smith, resigned u s. U. president. Land Owners Complain Oi Deer Ruining Crops THOMASVILLE, Oa. (UP)-AU who think (he deer is a rare ani- ixicK 01 money nasivt kept Dick /vi n /• • , , Clement and Charles Ocrmaine I "H Ketining industry from -;deep sea" diving. They sin,- Gr(ms j n ^^ y^ Funeral services for Jean Richards, IfJ-year-old, daughter of Mrs. Grace Richards, who died yesterday aftenicon, were held this afternoon at Holt Funeral Home, mis sec- i The Iley. Eupha D. Bcaslcy, pas- ,,rnl,l^,« !„ r ' SJ OV '" g ft I0r Of " 1C Kr ^ Chlircll Of the I !S?l n <, t0 ,, rf :' n f,r. rs - , T!lcy ., nrc Nazarcne, conducted (he riles and mal, lislen lo this: To Be Given Hearing On Robbery Charges STKELE, Mo.,,Sept. 22.—Preliminary hearing for Unlph liarnelt and Henry W. Uorch will ba. held Monday and will be held lieforc D. 15. Barber at, Cooler unless n change is made. Barnett Is charged with highway robbery at the point of a (jun and Borch Is charged with assistance In the same crime. They were arrested by Deputy Ccnslaule jr. H. Spence and placed In tlic Carulhersvlllc jail Ihls week. The charges resulted from Ihc allegedly was robbed of eight dollars on a highway just cut of Cooler Saturday night. They deny (lie charges. Democratic Senate Leaders Agree To Limit Session Aim Says 'Submarines 'Off New England Alaskan Coasis WAHHINCITON, Sept. 22. (UP)- rpsWeia lioosevelt revealed toilny lint two forelKii BiiJminrlnos have liecn slshlcd off Alaska ,irid off new 'resident snld ho \«n« an- X tho report, us n mnlter public Information. When nsk«l ((bout nationality 'of hc-wuleraea bouts Mr. Ifooscvelt, JokliiBly said (hey might 'M. Swiss. .One veiwrtcr siireosled Ihat^they nisht IJB Cnimdliin siibinnrhics Mr. liorsevclt countered that, ihey also might be liollvlan or ' inulerscu tails. « Tho reslrlelion of the .vision io I (hi' pmpnsp-s for vliMi, tlie president lins coiu'ened It v,ns voleil by . tlie 1!) mctnbois or tin- senate Dnn- |0ciailc policy and steering corn- mi tlecs. The move came as opponent-! of emiJiiigo iDpeal warned that, they would right fiom "hell to brcnk- fnst" njinlnst Mr. Hw>evcll's pro- grnin, Alftjoilty Lender Albcn W, liark- '("y of Kentucky declined to say whether such topics an war and 0 rafting of capital In „„ ,, Olll<i Ule from ran- l(lsoUltlo!1 I »» "f v,«; |JLM \,y JCIHIUIS, 11QW- ever, ho said he wan certain (he picsldojit, ijftd J10 such-'measures In mind when im convened (.lie special Eureka Springs Cancer Hospital Head Charged With Mail Offense I-.ITTU3 nOCK, Sept. 22. (UP) — OHIWH Baker, Eureka^ Springs S.,?!™ 1 . "!«>. ( Ol ' r :° r hi. E-Eoiah, Hep, iduj.Wtofi'To- Adnilnhlrallou Icaitcia cited the laliy of conscivatlvt 1 Demociats lo tho pic-Aleut's siatidnid os an omen-of victory. The big Dcmocratlo majorities, however, npncaieii to be )>ropor- Ucnntcly less broken on llio neil- Irnllty Issue than the Republican flout. •The capital Is cxpoi!encln& a westein front cnhn. Uut tho flirnt. Is on will! n splosh of drama fit for fiction. "Just two old men lofU-" mused Sen, lllram \v. Johnson, n., Cnllf.; aflor '24 icualors had met Iti his office lo plan agnlmt icjical or Ihc' mms cinlraijo. In (Imt'suiuc loom 20 yems ngo 10 Miialois met lo shake hands on "no comiiiomlse" opposlton to Woodiow VVIIioti'? Lcntjuo of Na- lions. Johnson and Sen William surrcmlcred loday (o u. Marshal Virgil Pettle following their Itidlclmeiit en clmrgc.i of islng the malls to Ucfmud. The fcdornl grand:. Jury's Imllol- iienL of llaker nnd hl.t nssoclales vho hnvo been operating a cancer lospltal at Eureka Springs'for U'o years, was bused on • Infcrmnllon nicil Uy Ihe, district Jlttoi "Ico • Purging, llnkfrr rind' Binlos.ivlth day of llmt Illtlu thot con- - veilcd n lost cause Into a ijolltlcat liiiimph. j t Hut Hie selling was Ule snme, and Sen. nobnl M. LaFolletlc, ti-ioR., wis.}, who wns his father's secietnry Iti 1310, emerged* 'fioin the incelliiij to announce '''we'll ' light t from hell lo bienkfnst,'' ' ' ' • Tho- Isolallonlsls strat n gy board -- imisten'd —!\-j . - RjpubllcaJii,, ,- "- rauil In. connccdpn with hospital iromction. , Otliors who wcro Indicted and 'ho surrendered today were R. ,\. Bellows, 0. b. Coalty, li,. L Pishcr ud J. L. staller, Sam Rorex, district attorney, snlrt ml, .John II. Con«'ny, itnollicr of Baker's 'assistants; who was In- Icled will siirrondcr Monday. Miss Irnui Baker, sister of Nnr-' ian Baker ami nssocliilcd liii In • llie hospllal, who 'n.-i Indicted, was (o have' onil today at ixivcnporlj la. Rorex said h« had agreed Hint Baker's bond ivonlil lx; sd at 10.000.' Miss Baker's at J5,<X)6 and ic ethers at $1,000. Dfttc of (he Irlnl has been sol entallvely for January. ;!lic niails (o r tIc-|D<.'mopitils, ;(<no, fwmcr-laboiHes ...... ' with also Funeral Rites Held For Miss Jean Richards ;ily got together an old hoi water tank, hose, and an air pump and, rigged an cutfit for themselves. I SPOKANE. Wash. (UP)—Tlie The youths fashioned shoulder ° u refining industry here 1ms de- of cec|> ally and to Ihe Blilzen arc grown. r many years, deer where peas, cemetery. id other crcps cspccl- Pallbearers were her four uncles likings of Donncr pvcd Beaii, Joe Hill, Sam Godwin i and Warlh Godwin, have Besides her mother, the daugh- in the vast estates ler is survived by Iwo brothers. in this county Her father, Lon Richards, died ui one side and then plugged in a jroximaiciy $1,000,000 and bids lo mui,,";,^" 1 " 1 Fl: , f }^;,' r ^ yr hilve (wo mclll " s a8 °' water top valve which they c:n- *f col " B . °" e °. f "« city'., best and ^re ?l f i n t nV l^ ™t ^^ icclcd toThose and an air pump blggcst businesses. ' : ^^ at n loss as to how lo protect Holes In the end of the lank, lined ^"l"" 1 from .scratch in a year nd Ihe edges with ose, cut a window (0 ^Present nn Investment of ap- n ^ plugged in a l>">xlmalcly $1,000,000 and bids lo " 1 ' 0& v-.oftrt.«« —^ .r .«._ _-.... niu Their diving apparatus has cn- Al v MUOMIf»3tA, ' . . " • *" jy.w.v^v _. present two refineries crack ™ lr . cr °P s . Ironi Ihesc fleet-footed Charles Boyer Called ivcrage of 2.400 barrels of ? Wmn! s ."'"t are so fully protected r r , . n , x... „.„_ ,_ p or French Army Duty Jrges Application For 1937 Payments WASHINGTON. Sept. 22. (UP)— Vallaco and rejiresentallvc.i of thc ccrclnry of Agriculture Henry A grlciilturnl adylsory council as- ured President Roosevelt loday lat private' interests would exert iclr nlmcsl efforls to malnlaln conslanl. and adequate food siip- ly available at reasonable prices. The council rcjircscn and merchnnls as wcl inenl units antl was si Wallace In preventing and progressive. .They denied In- lenllon- to'flllliustcr but' promised debute which already teems to ui's- card Mr. Hooscvelt's hope tliat'lhls rxtiiv.r inary cession can adjourn In three weeks. ^ Isolationists .said they had not deckled whether to begin 'their major attack In llio sennleUotelgu lelnlloni coinnilltce 01-' waft' until a bill li [.-cut lu Ihe floor. Polls Indicate Ihe admlnlsliiiUon has a majorily of at least one In tho 2(- mnn cOinmlllco. ' '('lie rthd-icpeal .semUois met twice yesterday a'nd win m(!E ,i asaln, allhmiyU nothing Is Inune- dlnlcly scheduled. '"I do not feel Dial tho^e nt (he meeting icprcsenl,' our full strength," Johnson said. '-I haven't, the sllghlcsl hesitancy In saying Oml the couiitr}' h' behind our posKlon." Probe Accident On Highway 61 Today An Investigation Is being marie of Ihe accident in which Charles Holmes, driver of a large tiuck.- ciashed into h'cotton wagon this morning at. Lutes, corner, four, miles south of Blythevllle en Highway 61, li ivns annoiiiiced by Chief Sheriff John I Four Sons in Family Bulwark the Marines Rooney family. strewn over (lie highway, before it Jumped a ditch and struck ti wire fence. Amos Thomas, negro driver of the wagon and who lives on the II. W. Malian farm, was only n.iro nr i "~ - sli 6ht!y Injured but, the wagon was tlie vs. Marine Corps nlmost demolished.. - Insult lo the whole j T , le nc<:1(lcilt „<,,,„„.«,<, nl)0ut sK . o'clock as both thc'truck and wh- Chsrles Rooney, 23, who finished gon were traveling, north. .Tlic *> Frtl.v t,nn I T* 1 ( l\ *r I ct*J" ,,v.^. ...k.L.lllE llutlll. . A I lu hM^ r'» 'f', l 'i, 1 , c Marhlc , Sl '»"* -dflvcr, who is employed bv half of U served in China, recently c H May , of near coot/i wn't presented himself for reenllstmcnt, enrouic hcme fromtfemphif whe'c hrnti . ^ f'To' 1 hls - vo "" 8Cr he had taken a load of cotton seed, orother, Prancis. 18, who enllsled. Their mother. Mrt. Elizabeth H." „ Rooney. said a iiiird-son. Joseph, runera! Arrangements liad seen service with the Marines and would return to the corps as soon as 'he recovered from an operation. could not looks. reduced I lo Spokane I cents. price of motorists ]>.', io 2 Damage Is Slight In Fire At Hughes Gin War Brin S s Jobs To 'open lileh 1-2 Sept. 56 1-2 587-8 low 55 M 1-4 550,000 In America , , . WASHINGTON. Sept. 22 UJP>- gm.herc yesterday after- Secretary of Labor Prancis Perkins •^'••' ... .,.,'.', 'estimated today: lhat hon-ngrlcul- • The names, «l«ch broke out In tural employment has increased One bale of cctton was badly damaged In a fire at the R. D. European war demands. Vein Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Sepl. 22. (UP) —Cotton futures closed steady today with minor gains in all months. Oct. Doc. J«h. Mar. May Jul. open high low close . 914 91G 914 910 . 884 894 884 883 . u?8 681 870 850 832 865 844 826 878 865 844 820 881 8G9 847 129 Spols closed steady at 903, up 2. PARIS, Sept. 22 (UP) — The newspaper Parlslen reported today that Charles Boycr. molion picture star, had been mobilized Into thc French army al Ihe town of Agen In southwestern Prance. Tables Turned Hunter For Mrs, Shide Incomplete Tlie remains of Mrs. Otto' Shide of Memphis, who died Wednesday in Lima, Ohio, will arrive here on the 3:38 o'clock train this offer- noon. Funeral arrangements are In- - , complete for the services which BEABDSTOWN, 111. <UP)— One are not' expected to be held today. of the souvenir hatchets dlstrib- 1 TI '« 70-year-old woman lived ui uled whin George Washington was i Blythcville fcr many y,-ars until elected President Is a- proud nos- C 'B' 11 >' car s ago when she moved ..... — -• - - - Old Souvenir Hatchet Of Washington Treasured Memphh. Cobb Funeral Home is In chargs, .WEATHER Arkaiisas^Falr tonight "and Saturday. Memphis and vicinity — Fair tonight and Saliirdaj', slightly warm- • er Saturday, : - , , '

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