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JJU E 'COURIER VOL. XW—NO. 271 Courier Newi Blythevllle Herald Mississippi v»Uey Le»d« THE TOMINANT_NKWm. A PER OP. rJOBTHKAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST M183OUKI Bl.YTIliiVlLLEj'AUKAN'SAS, SATURDAY, KKBUUAKY 3, 19.J5 SOVIETS DRIVE TOWARD BIG i vr=-v SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Yanks Threaten Three Siegfried Fortress Cities Americans Approach Schledien and Prum; Fighting In Drieborn PARIS, Feb. 3 (UP) _ Thc advances on the eastern front arc being matched in importance ]>y the Allied armies drawn up at the western gates to tile Reich today. At the center of the western front three German cities have sprang into prominence, a!I three lie along the southern end of the Belgian Iron tier. the" first German city is Dreiborn, northeast of Monschau. Tlie Americans are fighting in Drle- bbrn, after gaining four miles in 24 hours. • Three mile.s to the south Life second . town, Schlciclen, is being threatened-by another Yank division. Plowing half way through the strongest section of the Siegfried line east of Monschau the doughboys rolled along a good highway to within two and one-half miles of Sciilelden. That drive has carried the troops- ail the way through tlie first two tiers of the Siegfried line. The third town under threat by the armies who have plunged over the lower Belgian' 'border Is the transport. center of Pruin. About eight miles before that target Genera! '-patton's" Third Army troops are making slow but steady pio- .;.B.r«ss' along•» 10 mile assault line. •, Far . to .' he .s°. u 'h,, the battle of • the AJsace plains is speeding to a .finish, The-.. French ' First ;Army, .with so me-.> America n'supjiort, is . prying - loose; the Na zl g rip "on the vest. \ hank .'of ith'e .-Rhine • below -..Strasboury. Afid' v a >: :-3'B ; if>!!e; sVrip of 'the batik" now'Is in Allied- hand's:N There Is. no late news on the tight-for Colmar. Last night the Paris radio said' the. City had fallen. But following reports told of bitter street fighting raging in Col- Jnar's center. And both sides are known to be throwing tanks and mobile guns into the battle. •It has been announced.that the target for today's air war was Berlin. Early, reports' this morning^ told of a giant armada of American Plying Fortresses, Liberator's and fighters winging over the English coast. The flight took two hours to pass. ......... [ • Educational Workers May Get Pay Boost A bill to allow counties to increase salaries of the office of county supervisor of schools has been introduced in thc state legislature by Miss Aline Word of Osteola and Lee Bearden of Lcachville, representatives, of Mississippi County. A hearing on the bill wilt be held Monday night before the committee of education, it was learned'here today. i ' ' The bill, which does not increase salaries but simply allows increases if counties want such, is ainicd to nid such counties as Mississippi. It Is said that salaries set by the state for clerical lielp in such offices Is so low that employes can not be obtained In such counties ns this one, where there is a shortage of office help. Suspects Are Arrested In Drug Store Burglary Two Negroes have been arrested on charges of burglary following loss of approximately $40 Wednesday night from Woods Drug store. Nathaniel Armstrong. 18, was held in Circuit Court with bond set at $1000. A 15-year-old Negro, alleged companion, Is to be tried in juvenile court. Both arc in the county jail. Of the approximately $40 stolen, S13 was recovered,>lt was announced today by Police Chief William Berryman. Police CJifford Watkins made the arrests, Late Bulletins : GKNEUAI, MacA'RTHUR'S HEADQUARTERS, LUZON, Feb. 3. (UP)—Front dispatches Utc today said forward American elements arc closing in on Manila where Jap demolition fires are already raging. The dispatches say "our entry Into Ihc city cannot be long delayed." WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. (UP) — Hopes of -swift Senate action on "work or else" limited service legislation suffered « temporary set- hack today when the Senate Military Affairs Committee failed lo i\6tcc on a fl ml nisi ra live provisions, l&MilesFrom Manila Gen. MacArthuf 16Babies: Perish When Home Burns Sixteen babies died m smoke and /limes before dawn when fin swxot a boniding. liou-o foi children nt Aubuln, Wine The i\boiV^5oto"1iicTm e ?( ! l,a'rrert t rema < ln; at tte bWfnV house', is pictuied on the charred porch of tlie home below One nrtuH atlemhnl dwl »||n the bBMce fcges ranged, from three months to'five, was 'believed started by an exploding kitchen stove - ... . (NEA Telephotos.) '• •' Jeffers Is Held Guilty In Theft Evangelist Sentenced In Federal Court For Stealing Automobile MIAMI, Feb. 3 (UP)—Tlie Rev. Joseph Davis Jeffers, former Los Angeles evangelist and head of the Kingdom Come Temple sect, was fined J1000 and sentenced to a total of four years in prison in federal court on charges of automobile theft. JefXers received three years cacii on two counts in the theft case, to be concurrent, and in another indictment a year's imprisonment for conspiracy to violate the motor vehicle theft law. A disciple of Jeffers, Clinton R. Hummel, was also found guilty on the conspiracy charge and sentenced to one year. The evangelist.. had refused legal aid and conducted his own case. Ife asked for a new trial but Judge W. Holland refused th c motion. Sam King, another defendant was found not guilty. The three were accused of taking the butane-burning Cadillac of Jeffers 1 former wife in Hollywood, and of transporting it to Miami in 1913. Tlie group came to Miami, they said, to establish a new Jerusalem. B. E. Smith/74, Of Steele Dies At Home Today B. B. Smith, long a farmer .at Steele, Mo., died at his home there early today. He was 74. Born at Nashville, Tcnn., he went to Steele a iiumber of years ago. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, nt Assembly of God Church in Steele by the Rev. A. A. Bradley, pastor, with burial at Mount Zion Cemetery there. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bell Smith; two sons, Harvey Lee Smith of Stcclc and Pvt. Odie Smith with the Army in Prance; a daughter, Mrs. Annie Collins of Dundee, Miss., and two brothers, Rich and Bud Smith of Rldgely, Tenn. Cobb Funeral Kome is in charge. Weather ARKANSAS: Cloudy with rain Ihls afternoon and tonight, Rain in extreme east portion Sunday. Rising temperatures. Chicago Rye open high low close prcl. May . 113!i 1M« 113)4 11411 113-1A July . 110% 111',.; 110!i 111*; 110',-i Portis Expected To Be Highway Commissioner LITTLE'ROCK, Feb. 3. (UP)— The Arkansas House of Representatives has passed a bill increasing the .membership ( of the Arkansas Highway. Commission froin seven to JO members. Tlie proposal passed by a vote of 75 to 0. Now it must go lo the Senate for final passage,... Close friends of thc administration say the measure will allow Governor Laney lo name n commissioner froin western Arkansas am! one from northeastern Arkansas. The commissioner for western Arkansas is expected to be from Fort Smith, while the northeastern Arkansas commissioner is expected to be Dan Portis of Lcpnnto. Thc third place under thc proposed enlarged commission probably would go to a resident of thc southern section of the state. Overseas Veteran Wi/J Talk At USO-Scout Party Major Harold Arthur, returned overseas veteran now stationed at Blythcvillc Army Air Field, and a former member of the Boy Scouts, will make a brief address at the USO-Scout, party to be held tomorrow afternoon nt thc local USO, building, it was announced today. In' his talk, Major Arthur will describe the help his Boy Scout training has been to him In carrying out his Army duties. Parents and friends of all Scouts are invited to call nt the USO tomorrow between the hours of 2 and 0 o'clock. Kemper Rites Sunday Funeral services for Mrs. W. A. Kemper. who died Thursday afternoon, will be held tomorrow afternoon, 2 o'clock, at Cobb Funeral Home.- Burial will be at Elmvvood Cemetery. N. Y. Stocks AT&T.... Amcr Tobacco Anaconda Copper Beth steel ..;.. Chrysler Gen Electric ... Gen Motors Montgomery Ward ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 51 N Y Central 23 Int Harvester 77 North Am Aviation ..... 9 Republic Steel 20 Radio 12 Socony Vacuum 15 Studebakcr 5 j Standard of N J 53 Packard g Texas Corp ' ' 53 U S Steel ; HI Severe Weather Grips Big Area New Restrictions Are Put Into Effect As Result Of Cold Wave By'tlnllcrl Tress Residents of several states in (he Appalachian area, where countless war plants are locntcd, nrc ndjust- ing themselves to new restrictions the severe %ve,ither has wrought. Fuel and: transportation restrictions have been ordered in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio Mafy- land,-Virginia and West Virginia, as well as the District of Columbia. In addition, the curbing of transportation affects New Jersey, while thc restrictions on fuel extends to Kentucky. Another freight embargo, prohibiting snow bound railroads from hauling non-essential cargoes, went into effect at 10 o'clock this morning. . The restriction on thc use of fuel, while snow and zero temperatures arc, prevalent, curtails the consumption of natural nnd mixed gas throughout thc area. Some 200 vital war industries are affected. What's more, all amusement centers in thc area, such as movies, night clubs, bars and bowlln" alloys, ore prohibited from using ruiy gas whalsocvcr. until Monday evening nt 7 o'clock. Tlie government also has ap- penled to householders to keep thermometers in thc home at a reading of Co or lower. And federal authorities have told local officials they can close .schools on Monday to save fuel. Up-stale New York is hit hardest. In Syracuse, thc snowfall this' winter has already adder! up lo n fraction more than 112 indies. Another half an inch would match the nil-time record, established 43 years ngo. Syracuse officials have borrowed 100 German prisoners of war to shove) the snow away. Dozens of remote New York villages nnd farms arc virtually cut off from Hie rest of the world, unable to get the supplies necessary for health and comfort. Many unusual rescue missions have been carried out. Slate troopers scudded two and a half miles in a toboggan over 10 to 15 foot drifts to rescue a family of eight from their snow bound faun near Schencctady. New York Cotton Mar. May July Oct. Dec. 218 1 ? 2187 SI78 2178 2188 2170 2170 2102 2165 2168 2133 2133 2124 2127 MS 2066 2009 2058 2062 2054 2057 2057 2052 2052 2056 War Casualties At Front Lines To Spur Attack Pincers Tightening As Columns To South Move On Road Hub ALLIED HEADQUARTERS ON LUZON, Feb., 3. (UP)-Jnpnn's Uiree-yenr reign of terror nnd starvation In Manila Is entering Its Inst days. ' ..' . Just 26 days after'Gen.-Douglns MncArtlmr's giuis and. men pushed ashore, nt Llngayeh, 1 those guns i\nd ; men hnvc driven ii S|iciirliend of men nnd steel to within 18 miles of the city, nnd the city l,v nlmost in tho grip of n pincers'attack, • Oencrnl MncArtliur himself visited the front lines of the advancing 37th (Ohio), Division yesterday nnd readied n point ID airline miles from Manila." .;.',-' Wearing his usual gold-braided tap-mid riding In n-Jeep, the general rodo through newly-captured Cnhunplt,, across ; u. pontoon ferry, nnd came within a few hundred yards of the fighting. Hundreds of "Gfs" along the route shouted n greeting ,to MncArthur is he rode in (he direction of •the. front lines. •••,,...;..' General Ifrses Speed • Severn! times thc Phillpplnc'com- ninndcr slopped-to 1 talk lo officers— and always he emphasized the need to keep pushing', to prevent the Jap from getting his breath:: Tjie Jni) .force In "Manila faces strangulation at ,thc ! hands of the Eighth -Army • force which Innded south-ofv tho capital three days'ngo ns well ns ;llie Sixth Army columns • coming down from thc north. J^ews from MncArlhiir's liciulquhr- ,»l|iUJC;llie latest' Aincrl- Pause At Oder River ZhukovSeni sKuppronchltig 11 . . -,.«.,.'JmlU>s from Ma- niln. / , s On Bntnnu peninsula, tlie Eighth Army units which landed on Sublc Bay nrc driving to sen! off the base of the _ historic peninsula. These troops : nrc approaching 'n Juncture with Slxlh Army units moving down the Manila plain'from Llngayen. On the front before Manila there still signs .that the-Japs nrc preparing to . burn the' city before pulling but. American troops now nrc nlmost within sight of the Philippine i capital, nnd there seems lo be.every prospect 'of raising American battle flags over the city before many days. .Vargas In Tokyo The head of.Ihc Philippine puppet government, Jose Vnrgns, already has taken relatively snfer quarters in "Tokyo. Tho Japanese news agency, says Vargas, is, In the Japanese capital attempting to arouse. Jap lenders lo fuller support of the Philippines campaign. In his reported speech to a Japanese mass liiecting, Vargas told the Japs candidly: "Thc couflngrnllon will be nt'your very doors, nt the very gates of Japan's empire." American officials hnvc not been able "to learn whether other leading Fillnipo collAboratlonlste are still in Mnnlln—but natives reaching American lines- sny that Jnp mnrlncs are still In thc cnpltnl. Jessie. Leo Oiciton, stitinnn 2-c In by Ihc Nnvy Depiutmoni, nftcV having nisi bcon icnortci'l missing In action since Dcc. 11. .Mr. Overtoil, husbnnd of the former Miss lliiby Cnpwell, w«s Ihc sun of Mr. mul Mrs. Billy Overtoil, nil of whom live west ol Gosncll, fiorgl. Joc.T. linker, 22, hns been reported ns missing in nctlon in IJcl- glum since Jan. 0, according to n mcsstigc .received from the Wjir Department by Ills wife, Mrs. l/julsc Anderson of lilytlicvlll'c. Son of Mrs. Bell'Bnkcr of Ulyllievlllo, ho had been ovcrsens far six mantlis will thc First Army. J Services Are Held For Mrs. Lottie Dilfman, 73 Mrs. Lottie Belle plllmnii, wife of Arl J. Dlllmnii of Cnriillicravlllc, died suddenly nl the fnmlly home Wednesday night after falling In the bathroom of the home and suffering n hcnrt iitlnck. She wns. 73. ' Fimornl services were held yesterday afternoon 'nt thc Mcthodft) Church, thc Rev. Harold Nance, pastor, conducting tho service. . Survivors include, In addition' to her huslj.'iiKl, one son nnd one daughter, Mymnn Dlllman and Mrs, Htilph Bnkcr, nnd n stciison, Dr. Jnmcs A. Dillman of Paragould, and n sister, Mrs. M. E. Lcscm of I Cnpc Olrardcali, Mo. County School Board Members Will Be Elected On March 17 Citizens of Mississippi County will vote March 17 for members of school boards with all candidates' nnmcs to be on thc ballot by Saturday, Feb. 24, it was announced today by Philip J. Deer, county supervisor of schools. . Petitions, signed by at least 20 names In the same way poll tax receipts arc signed, must be filed at office of thc county supervisor by that date prior lo thc election, It was said. In tho 13 high schools of the county, two members will be elected tor three-year terms as cities of first class have six-member boards which annually elect two members for three years. Smaller schools, which have flvc- mcmbcr boards, elect one each member for a five-year term and rural schools, with three-member boards, elect one member nnnunlly for a three-year term. In Blythcvllle, terms of J. Louis Cherry and Marcus Evrard expire. Other members nrc W. L. Homer, Mrs. H. W. Wyllc, J. A. Leech and C. M. Buck, chairman. At Osccola, the term of J. L. Williams expires with other members, Ben Butler, C. C. Bowen, H. J. Hale and Charles Sullenger, chairman. Term of R. L. Houck expires nt Luxorn where other members ore C. B. Wood, H. G. Traylor, Abe Liver Ant nnd R. C. Langslon, chairman. At Wilson, J. E. Cullom's term expires nnd other members are J. H. Grain, S. A. Rcgenold, J. K Grain and Benton Garrett, chairman. : ' At Joiner, the term of Dr. K. L Johnson expires with other members, J. B. Wilson, K. B. Bell, J. w, Miller nnd Lc s || c E Speck, c!mlr- man. Term of Edward Scgroves expires at Burdctte where other members are C. O. Smith, O. F. Scrape, S. H Bcvill and C. F. Tompkins, chairman. At Gosnell, U. L. Maxwell's term expires and other members nrc C. L. Lucius, J .M. Frnnkum; Lcc Hill and M. E. Cook,'chairman. Term of Lcroy Carter expires at Lcachville where other members an Walter Hipp, J. N. Poc. Lrc Be;a den and Nelson Henry, chBtouaii. At Manila. Chairman O. -B: Chil- drcss' term ends and olhrr numbers arc C. W. Tipton, James Moore Allen Holt and W. L. Thompson, Position of Dr. W. M. Owen.*, who has moved lo Wynne, will be filled at Annorel-with other members, T. B. O'Kcefe, E. L. Hale, E. M. Hcgenold and Arthur Vnncc, chairman. At Kels'cr, .). W. Wruson's Icrm ends and other members nrc H. B. Hmuvnnt, Dr. J. T. Polk, R. J. Girdley and R. H. Uoblnson, chairman. At Dell, term of C. \V. Ganigan ends and other members arc Enrl Magers, R. C. Hlggs, J. H: Brinn and E, M. Wooctard, chairman. At Dycss, term of Eric Davis expires nnd other members arc H. A. Kimbro, Wtlmcr G. Young, Vernon . Humphrey and Vernon Henry, chairman. . . , VTOI»AV'8 WAR ANALY8IH Germans Stand To Lose Space iThey Coveted By DAVID WKKK8 .United Fr*M Start Writer . Germany started this war'for more living space with nit. area ( of moi'Q than 225,000 so.unro miles,'- ' , She'll finish It with probably less than 121,000 square miles. . -. Nnzllnnd nl Ihe beguiling of th| s war was blBgof limn Iho combined ureas of the six New England stntc.i plus New York, No\v' Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio nnd lyinrylnm). ' At tho o(id of tho war, tho Gorman stale probably will .be roughly comparable-In sl/o lo the sUto of Arl/onn,- - •' : Those nip tho wages of Hitler's lust for tobensnuim, nntl his hist for power oycr smaller peoples.-. Ocrmnny'K new boundaries probably- will Ix> the .Baltic Sea-on the north, the Odor on the .cast, the Danube on the south, mid the Rhine "n tho west. ' ' " . . ' The Nnvil territorial losses after this war, will be' fnr harsher 'than limy wcrb lin'cler the tfenty of'Vei- ->alllos which cllnuixccl the Inst one World War One cast the Germans some 20,000 Bqiiiire miles: Alsnco nnd Lorraine were ': h a n d c d : bnck " to France. Kwfkn nnd Malnicdy went tQ.Uctyltiin,., jBiislori.! nnd un- pcr sneflhi; \vent iq P'plnud ami nn- olhcr.pni't, of upper Sllcsln>a3 glv- n .i\ to , Czechoslovakia. -Memo! was iilinli'l|iiiq)'C.d. p 'Vy ,11)0 (•Allies,'.. pilirelK .miUe'-il••trce-clt.y^a'nd n'6 : rflYnr'S 3c-lil(!»wlg ivoiil'-ib Deiimnflc'by plcb- Isclld. In iKldltlon, • Ihc. Sanr basin wns-mnmlnleti to the l^ngiie of Nn- tlons, and tho-Kuhr wns hold b> France and Belgium imdci-.s'o-cnlled sanctions of the- Vcrsnlllcs treaty. It was evnciintcd In 1025. . Aftcr't|ils ,<vnr, CpVninny faces the loss of nil this territory,- nncl much more. • ••-...... Enst I'ru.ssla nlrcndy has- Ijecn the Poles, plus most all of Silesia, and ^undoubtedly chunk', of lirnndcnb'urB province extending ns far west ns the Oder river. The fnt^c of Pomcrnnln Is In doubt, but the chances nrc good the Poles mny select part of that also, lo.make.up for the loss of their enslcrn Icrri- tory to Russia. Holland nlrcndy has served notice tlml she Intends to. claim part of thc northern Rhlnclnnd to make up for the -Dutch .territory Hint was Hooded with salt .water by thc .Germans, nod thus pindc useless fdr agriculture for years to come. Belgium nlso mny 'have some clnlpis to mnkc. - ' Anil Frnnco hns nnnounced that she docs not Intend to lot one Inch of ground west of the Rhino be held by tho Germans^ in the soilith>; Austria 'and her 34,000 scitmrc rnllcs which was bludgeoned into n voluntary anechluss with Germany, very likely . will be separated agnln. 'Rial still leaves Czechoslovakia to lay claim, probably not only to what territory she held before the war, but another chunk as well. But the loss of square mileage nlone does not tell thc story of Germany's coming economic Impoverishment. Tlie land being or to be claimed by Germany's natural nnd Industrial resources, that part of thc Ruhr west of tho Rhine will be a heavy loss to the Germans lot It's heavy. Industrialized. Silesia Is Germany's eastern Ruhr, not only holding vast amounts ol manufacturing but also holding huge stores of natural resources. Beyond that the Sanr Basin Is Germany's coal pocket ns well as an Industrial center. Franco intends to claim It, and- whether or not France's full demands arc met at the peace table, one thing seems certain. The Sanr and its mines will not jo back to Germany. As far as geographical delineations arc concerned, Germany will uot bo completely stripped ns an industrial nation. She will still hnvc thc Ruhr cast of the Rhine, nnd most of thc Rhineland, bomb-battered as they re. She still will have her industrial organization centering around Berlin, badly damaged as It Is. But from present prospects, the Germans may not be running themselves Independently for many years to come. And even when they do, they'll be dependent upon their neighbors for . the resources with which to produce. And dependence upon others Is a great stabilizer of anybody's belligerent attitudes. • Chicago Wheat open high low close May . 162H lG«i 162 162H 162 July , 154« 154% 154J4 154K 15.i!i , LONDON, Fob.' 3 (U.P.) — Tlie spotlight on the Pattern Front Has .wgng to the Hus- smn drive on thc big Baltic l«>it of Stettjn today. As Red Army troops mark time bcorc tho Oder, the Inst rivet between the Russians and Berlin Marshal, Zhukov 'hai sent heavy motorized sp«»rhe»ds north In a onto ntaed straight at Stettin , Tlie big port city; lying on the eituary of tlie Oder river Just before It flows lnto%the Baltic, Is ft Valuable )>rize, t n, capture would lop oft 11,000 square mile? of tho German province of PomernnlB and tr«p um-stlmated thousands of Nnrl troops As usual, AUiea,and Axla icpoits nlffcr on the distance between tho Red Army and lt«"goal i Rt'porl Evacuation > Mowow, giving thu most con- rrotlvo estimate,' says Zhukov's columns have driven to within 30 miles of Stettlh, nntl that the G«- imnu, have parted evacuating the pOl't, * Berlin I 1 ; more •• gloomy, saying the RussLiius me 23 mile's outside Stettin and advancing Readily nil along a % 21-mlle front And London nowspap'c'is go fui- thcr. They quote indio Moscow ns •saying Russian* , vanguards me within, 11 miles ofi Stettin, Tlio new pressure • being throv,,'i ngnlml, Stettin, , and It U the nnchoi of the noilholn arm of the aerinnn'llnb.'liliUs.'lliitt the Rus- slBiis plap tp'edija up against the Odei all along- thp line before un- coikl.iK • ,tho'- Ihial Berlin-bound push ' s " " Today Jlie Vttle • alon/ the 18- mlle-loiiR fiont Just cast of Bcilm w . spreading. to tl)o.,north nmUtho south,' but Jiio- neWTWdfiward /fttl- U1IMS Held tcpoitcd ' 11 Miles Awa>, Nazis Say J Mdscovf' 'clis'iintolics' ' say I tint sliong Soviet, forces aie storming Kiistrln n.nd Frankfurt, tho twin nrjchors of. the Oder rlvei sectoi before Heilin. The Nn/is siy the Red Army • h 33 miles from the Bcilfn city HmlU at R point mid- My between Ku&rm and Fif.nk- fUrt; However., It wns emphasUed 'tlmf these rcpqrh are unconfirmed Th" Inst official announcement from llic Soviet^ high command placed tho Red Aimy within 10 miles of Ktistrln n;id 12 (o 14 miles of Frankfurt That would mean the most ndyqiicetl Russian '.troops still nre 16 miles fibm'Ueilln Tlie East' Prussian campaign, which has'jbefn pushed t into the background by, thr- developments before Stettin and Berlin, con tlnucs to grlnd'-forward lelenllcss- ly. T»o .R*d\Armies, "linked together for,~R master squeeze play have occupied nlne-tfjn^hs of East Prussia One aimy now h within ty,o miles 'of Danzig Bay on thc peninsula, above ''ehclrcle'd Koenles- berg. The -other- has . shaved the enemy pocket south of Koenigs- bcrft dowp to 1200 square miles Bureau Leader Will Discuss Cotton Problems Some of the questions-new' up for consideration on 'the cotton problem will bo discussed by Tom Dpd- son, dlrectoc.xpt organization of the Arkansas Farm Bureau, at a meet- Ing of the Mississippi Courty Farm. Bureau ^Wednesday night at Manila. Special entertainment will be provided by "Pappy" Stewart and his musical family for the Iree uro- gram, ft has been . announced by Keith J. Bllbrey,, extension agenis. J. J. PickreiV of : Manila' is assisting lu planning the meeting to begin at 8 'o'clock.- .Pamilies'and friends, as well as members, arc being Included in thc open Invitation, It was announced. Other Appointments Yet To Be Announced All appointments have', not bccii announced lor the Arkansas permit station'.ncar, Blytheviili! although ; C. J. Little, Inspector^ and Melton. YMbro, already have received their' reappointmenls. Mr. tittle was appointed to his position four years ago. Also: connected with the station Is Earl Lcggelt. Inspects Station The Arkansas permit '", station near BIythsville " was ;."fnspcct«J yesterday by Frank. Clancy, supervisor of the Motor Division of the Arknnsns . R eVeniie Depart m c'nt. He BSS accompanied by J, W. Richardson, assistant commissioner of the department ' ' ' From'Bl>the\ ills the men loft last night tor Corning. ',', r

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