Served by United Press BIXTHEVILDE COURIER THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION VOL. XXX—NO. Blythevllk D»Uv, New. BlytbeYllU Oourter. M!«L«lpj>t Vtllty loder. BlytbeTlll* Henld. lil.YTHKVlLLK, ARKANSAS, THUllSDAY, SKPTKMliKR M, SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS CITIZENS CALLED TO NRA RALLY TONIGHT PK5IIOT MS CODE SIMIH Observations r^m 'iv C. R. B.- ihe 'lercEsmnn W. J. Driver will k at the city hull tunlglil on National Recovery Act and how II affects the Interests offv- «-iv Ameiic:in clti/en. A crowded house should urect him in the .. . city hall auditorium at 8 p. m., Resolves Upon ActlOll as and here me some of Ihercasons: • - - • 1 It cannot be emphasized too of"1 ten that Iho economic salvation of country, involving Hie wcl- o f everv one of us. depends PRICE nil STUDlJLfiE Will Provide Basis for Ai- Deacllock Results Strike Disorders. this filIT WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. IU1')- A new -study o[ industrial and re- tall costs was started by the recovery administration loday to provide the basis of decisions on the problem ol controlling prices.' I The study was undertaken thru from ; \he IO £ta'nd'point' o'f farmers, 1 u committee named by the indus- WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. CUD — President Roosevelt took personal 'upon the success of the National Recovery program. Results so far have been to some charge of the coal code situation | c!flcnl oisappointiix:. particularly Now There's a New 'Baby in Kdley Home at Steele ID TIL fording Protection Consumers. to time has come for definite action, wno nil[ | j n manv cases that nd- to break the blockade marked by' strike disorders and union disputes. His first move was to send la-' bor and justice department representatives to Uniontown, Pa., to investigate the coal field unrest in in the price of the things they have to sell have failed to keep pace with advances in trial recovery board, lieaded by Secretary of Commerce Roper. Its objective is to find a ba.sic ru!e for determining costs of production Even Ills best friends 'hadn't filspcelcd it ' liiUtl "Papa".: Max keiley. Slcele, Mo., justice of the penc'... slnrled bragging uboul his b>by girl ihls morning. "She's Hire? weeks old and blue- eyed and I wouldn't trade her for a hoise," the Steele magblrnte r.nd pinch hlltlnK reporter for Ihe Courier Nev;s advised over long distance telephone ul noon. "Is It too lale for some news?" Kelky asked, not at nil abashed tci'ai:se his own slalemcnt seemed lo lubcl It three weeks ojd at ll-.c best. But even (hough it wax i rather sudden loll lor his friends l:nii:e ul • n lugro, George lAwLi, Linti inmlly. H thud. dUstmu'c cuM of cHi-eli: yesterday afternoon. A \wnf. uirl. ubciul 17 years old, apparently ihe n oilier ol the baby. It'll a dollar .with the negroes vi'd asked them lo keep her dm!»:• llw nftlTllUOII. : Tin 1 gill moll'ei 1 fulled lo re- Uii:i Some one later r>nld n yh'l description imsscd ucng Highway Ul south of Sleele. Hit. negroes .sought advice. .li'Uanlels. fnrmi'r living ul Slecle, biuiijlit ihe baby lo Steele. that section which resulted In bloodshed today. His action was taken after conferences with Secretary of Labor Perkins, Attorney General Cum- mlngs. and Governor Mnchot of Pennsylvania. The latter charged that operators in tr.e strike section were directly respo:islble for the disorders by refusing to compromise on a code for the industry. Pinchot referred to operator groups as swine in a heated ar- laignment of their stand. Pinehot to Send Truops HARRISBTJRG. Pa.. Sept. 14 (U P)—Gov. Gifford Pinchot plans to ,'tnd two batlalians of national jiiardsmen into the troubled bituminous coal areas where 15 per foils were shot and many others injured in clashes today, it was learned authoritatively. The troops, numbering about (.50 men, would be sent from west- ein Pennsylvania cities, it was understood. Pinchc\ was kept informed of developments by tele- l.hone while In Washington to- c'ay and it was understood that he:'instructed Lt. Gov. Shannon to prepare the mobilisation orders : " which' may "be' issued"ori n ttfe*" urlce of goods they must buy.| and merchandising so lliat a unl- Nevertheless it remains true that i form procedure may be followed asj the ultimate salvation of nqricul-, the problem lure depends upon the building up-trades. the Slee « Justin. himself " „ . ,, Uld.Vl know «-•" "°" rs ** arises in various, of national purchasing power. Shortcomings in the NRA program Tile master reluli cede with price fixing provisions is approach- must be corrected and inequalities, ing action by the administration n Hie distribution of Its benefits | and it is agreed by otlicials that .nust be Iroricil out. The mere fad. more definite attention to the price however, that It has not yet been • question Is essential. The retail wholly successful, far from being j code Is now before the NRA tidvls- a reason for abandoning It. is an ory boards. It may bring more dls- all-powerful argument for strength-1 CUSS | on before the consumers board, which Is protesting price fixing measures, agrees to its terms. The consumers board opposes ening The NRA program Is no auto- malic and sure-fire cure for out difficulties. Tn fact, as Recovery I ))rlc( , nxmg except in basic Indus Administrator Hugh S. Johnson | tries such as oil and lllcn onlv has repeatedly slated, its ultimate with sa[e g uards . T n c board fears tuccess depomlc entirely upon the - extent of the supjiort which It receives from the American people. Because the NRA is our hope for a better future, and because it cannot help us unless we help to make it succeed, it is important lhat every individual, no matter how insignificant his place in the economic structure. ' understand what it is all about—where it is taking u s and what is required of him to help achieve the goal. The address which Congressman Driver is to deliver here tonight is undoubtedly the best opportunity most of us will get to really * ' -prog; ernor's return i.ight. to his' office to- jeneral price fixing would mean too ligh prices for consumers. The blue-eyed Infant won n way light into the heart of Mrs. Kcl- lc>. who was the lirst lo see II. Hid Mus himself look a tumble •.vhen he yot a glimpse of her mn. Still, though It's a trappy story lor Max and his wife, it's a sad story for someone else and t!ie Kelleys ho;:c that maybe someway the baby's real mother will know and find n llltle cheer in the knowledge that they Intend to give the baby a real home. The baby girl was left at the Charged With Conspir- f Bank! <icv in Kc of Slcele. Predicts $700,000,000 Revenue From Repeal WAS111NOTON, Sept. 14. lUf') — Chairman Harrison of the senate fliuuicr committee predicted loday that revenue from wines, liquor and beer would |Kjur $700,000,000 Inlo Ihe It'deml twelve jnonl , 1(ilh , linslK i mcnl . """'son s;ll <l treasury hi lite _ first after repeal ol iiildlit ue t'.cces- Mn e a, « n consplra.or In the Bank of St«le vvlnwl " IHl " < l" ur5 lo obtain the Bxlml "» rt ' vemlu ' lleu ' r " s < ''»« ll *™ m ^ , l " lar exceeded expectations and or e holdup July 11, In circuit co.irl ; " llrrlw » expressed UK., uplnltu, lo- hcre Imtav nfti-r n laruc number ' <ll> >' llial revenue from that sourci. of vciCnen had C,7 exanZd j ™M " 81! fegate noo.000.000 aninml- btfore n jury could be impaneled I lv - " c "Dects to obtain $500.000.- to Iry Ihe cafe. ! 000 from wines and liquor. Congressman Will Describe National War Depression. Against murntiig Mrs. Kellvy weulj 'r. (,. "Lib" Matthews, former iu-r to Irak at the baby and :thl then, even before Max knew '. hv was really u "p:tpu". ll suits Max. line. Ihoiigh. The Kelleys have n boy, 10 years old, and Mnx says they'll take good care ' llw baby. Anil despite the i lhat he's supposed lo be a id Lolled mnglslriuc unil lo see lnul people don't go around aband- Mdne babies Max confides r.ijlil with him if officers don't find llic mother, lhat he's only 4G yr.irs old and capable of making «t'e tjuby a .swell father. They're baby ri^hl und breaking inws, thai it's really nil South Mississippi County Association Holds Banquet and Meeting. _. 14.1 Ten Wounded in Clash UNIONTOWN, Pa., Sept. (UP)— Ten men were wounded at Gates, near here, today wl:en strike breakers attempted to force their way into a company mine. Move to Ease Checks on Liquor Production WASHINGTON. Sept. H. (UP) — Treasury officials today were working on- plans to step up legal liquor production and. ease restrictions on imports, in order to assure an ample supply when the 18lh amendment is repealed. and what we can do to make it of maximum benefit. He l s in a. position to give us, in effect, the real I story, right from headquarters, on | this great cooperative endeavor. OCX) Code writers for some of the justnesses now lining up under the lime Eagle seem to be under 1 the misapprehension that- a proper iVfinilion' of "fair competition'- is ihe elimination of competition, at ('losing Stock Prices A. T. and T Anaconda Copper Bethlehem Steel . Chrysler Cities Service .... Coca Cola 131 . 18 1-2 . 39 1-2 . 51 1-8 .. 27-8 91 least on a price basis. It Is difficult for me to see OSCEOLA, Ark.— A. S. Rogers was elected president of the South Mississippi County Har Association, succeeding Chas. E. Sullen- 1?er, at a meeting held in the club rooms here Tuesday evening. Miss Alene Word was elected secretary. The association voted to seek amendment of the state's present disbarment statute to provide that disbarment proceedings shall be held before the two circuit fudges Consumption of Cotton Continues Above 1932, WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 IUP>- The census bureau loduy reported 588,570 bales of cotton consumed during August of this year us compared to 404.491 in 1932. Cotton consumed during the 12 inontlis ending August 31 totaled C,135.525 bales as compared lo •1.M6.01G In 1932. Exports last month amounted to £30.027 bales against 452,154 in August, 1932. Held in consuming establtsh- •**•»»*«» g-M»g\Mt ' Bi—^rertTi ,1! SS7 bales and in public storage •md at, compresses 5.785.579 bales. deputy sheriff, whose testimony i busts of Ihe state's rose] Arvey Hastings, who re- 1 celvcd 10 years on a .similar' charge, was lo take the stand 1 today, He wns to reveal Ihe] ptaimcd I utthews, < conspiracy, us allegedly by Mlchle, Hastlnts and Mi thai resulted in the hold-up and : $4,000 robbery bv two gunmen Imported from Illinois. The Mlclile case wus not cxittcl- ed to go to the Jury before lule toclny or early tomorrow. Matthew; tins' Indicated Hint 1 'cur Louisiana Dcs]>er- adoes Reported lo Have Crossed Border. Tile meaning ol the National Recovery program to Ihe Individual clllxcn, into the part lie or she can pluy lotvard iilllmHle victory In the war iigainst depression, will be tr.e subject of an nddrcss tonlgiit by CoiiKressmoii W. J. Driver of Osccola, who will be the principal speaker at an NKA rally ni • the city hall auditorium at 8 o'clock. ' Max H. lield, chairman of the local NRA committee,' described -tonight's rally as n mobilization of the community's strength to com-; bat depression. He appealed for the attendance of every man and woman Interested In tinvlng a part In . the greatest jnnss endeavor the j American peor/e )>iwe undertaken since Die world war. The rally will mark the opening he will plead guilty to tils part in j ANGOLA, La., Scpl, H. (UP)— I of the itnnl phase of the recovery the coasplnlcy. No action will The pursuit of four fiiKlllvc dcs- j movement, so fur ns this .comimm- probnbly be taken In his case until later on the possibility tlial penidocs from the prison here Uy i s concerned, and the Iccnl NRA switched abruptly into Texus loday. committee Is making every elldrl should the two gunmen, who al-| While Cluo Carlson wns still be- l(J obtain n full attendance In or- Icgetlly held up the bank, be np- Ing pmiised by iwsses, the four oth-! der that as many nlythcvlllc pco-: prehunded he would be the slate's crs sllll at large were reported 'to Ktar wllnebs against them against Hastings and Michle. )eclares Hoover Favored Repeal While President ns have forced the ferryman at Hat- j ton's ferry lo transport them Ihey Mayor and Council Now Hope ' This Particular Job Is Done. The city council and mayor are probably earnestly hoping their milk ordinance Jinx is th&roughly vanquished. The council, meeting in Mayor Cecil Shane's law dfflcc, last night passed for the fourth time in about two monttB afl ordinance providing | across the river from where I sped toward Newton, Tex. olUc were warned mediately to watch for the; convicts. The four who eluded'possemen are DEL MONTE, Cal.. Sept. 14. (UP) Dallas Hunter, Earl Joyner, Walter —Herbert Hoover champion of the Henderson, and Charles Prnzier. "noble experiment." for years, prl-' Three of the twelve desperadoes vnlely favored repeal of the 18th | who shot, their way from the prison amendment during the lost year of Sunday, killing three persons and his presidency, 400 delegates to the losing one of their own number, annual convention of the American Hotel convention -werie told, today by Arthur Race of Boston. . In a report of hls-actlvlly 'as chairman of the association's prohibition committee, Race declared Mr. Hoover cnlled him lo Washington and told him In a private confer the licensing 1 snd Inspection 'of I vernation tlmt he favored repeal of dairies. • ;; ''•'•' tne IB'h amendment as soon ns eid neiore tne two circuit mages _ • i i nd the chancellor of the district Democratic Leaders how agreements among supposed competitors that nil will sell at the tame prices can contribute materially to the nation's economic recovery, particularly when there rrems to be an inclination to fix these agreed prices above the lev- i-ls that have prevailed in recent >rars. Nor it is at all certain that irch agreements will benefit all of those subscribing to them. Take. for example, the case of local roElauranl and cafe operators, who ! I r.ve established standard prices I Ir,r various items. Hamburger sandwiches tire 10 cents, I under- j stand, which does not seem un- in which the proceedings occur, i stead of before a trial jury in circuit court as now_ orovided by the statute. A. F. Rar'hain. J. T. Coston and C5. B. Segiaves were named a committee to prepare a resolution lo be presented to tlie governor seeking the amendment. Tlie organisation also took up the matter of a reduction In fil- Congress Will Act if Administration Fails. WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 (UP)— The inflation storm' broke like a thunder clap on capltol hill with Chairman Fletcher of the senate banking and currency committee and Chairman Harrison of The first ordinance providing for licensing of dairies was passed • as a general revenue measure.' a v firoiip of other businesses- being taxed in the same ordinance. Later this ordinance, with the -addition of a clause to Include merchandise b'r&k- ers in the' group, of newly taxed businesses', 'was again passed. On the. strengtlp -of the general license measure warrants were Issued for .two dairymen for failure to pay the heii'ly established license fee. Cases against the dalry- possibk. Etowah Men Charged With Clothing Theft OSCEOL'A, "Ark. — Ross Smith and Carl Young, were held to the grand jury under bonds of $1.000 each, after trinl In Justice M. R. SLsco's court on Little River, on a charge of grand larceny. They are charged with the theft were back in solitary confinement today. They art .Wtllitm Bird, James Bryant, and "Jamee Dear, captured near here 'y&te^ajb^uc- James Anderson, James Russell and Pat Ryan are dead. They were killed In a cotton patch at Saline pie us possible, consumers ns well as employers and employes, may gain at first hand an umleuttmdlne- of where the Blue Enjjle Is taking them nnd what they, must do to gain for themselves the benefits it promises. Will Enforce NRA Tomorrow nnnouncement is expected of the appointment for Bly- thevlllc of an NRA. compliance, board. This will be tlie 'enforcement arm ol the NRA organization. Its duly will be to see that businesses flying the' Blue Eagle live up to the tetter and the spirit of the Point, near where other three were captured. In a desperate fight with . possemen yesterday. president's v reemployment -' men were . docketed in municipal of t»'o suit cases of clothing from inc fees and named A. W. Young, . „ . Bruce Ivy and Jns G. Coston a ^ natfl fln j nt * committee demand- ccmmittce to investigate recent,!!« immediate -admin strallon^ nc- leeislative enactment regarding "°" l ° Ttt]se . commodity Prt<*>- this issue- nassed a resolution 1 "» the administration does not r,n, M for the' payment of fees to -'..before consres^ m^.^Har- court but no act kin was ever tak- tj, e | en, city officials apparently decld- 1 ing tbat the measure as applicable to dairymen was voidable. A new ordinance was 'prepared to supersede the general privilege ordinance as applying to dairies. Tlie new ordinance, written to make it strictly an ordinance licensing dairies to provide for inspection pur- With Recovery Program parkcd automobile in Lepanto Saturday. They were found in pos- ession of the stolen goods when arrested by Constable Britt Sharpe at their homfs ncnr Etowah. The suit cases belonged to Oeo. Michael and Claude Horton, army en- isled men who were spendlnfl a leave with relatives. Radio 93-8 Simmons Beds 26 St. Louis-San Francisco 4 ' Standard of N. J 42 Texas Co 29 I). S. Steel 55 New York Cotton NEW YORK. Sept. H (UP)— Cotton closed barely steady. open high low close Oct 930 953 930 937 Dec 953 974 953 957 Jan 965 983 962 966 Mar 988 1010 981 985 May 1007 1018 996 998 Jill 1018 1030 1011 1013 Spots closed steady at 955. up New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Sept. U (UP> Cotton closed barely steady. open high low close Oct 929 950 927 933 954 962 978 992 Dec Jan Mar May Jul 1014 971 978 998 I01S 1027 949 958 992 1009 953 961 980 998 1013 Spots closed steady at 928, up 12 Chicago Wheat open high low close Sept. 89 1-2 89 7-8 87 5-8 88 1-8 Dec. 92 1-2 93 3-4 91 1-2 91 3-4 stcol and nand him. his sandwich . must also charge a dime, which is hard on him because it will probably cost him many of his customers, who. il willing to spend 10 cents, will probably prefer to patronize some more attractive place. An issue along similar lines has been drawn in Chicago, where -.oilers of milk on a cash and carry basis are objecting strenuously to a requirement that they charge as much as dairy concerns selling on a 'credit and delivery b.isls. There are many people In Cnienjo' vvl'.o arc s'.ad to walk a few blocks for their milk if thereby they are able to save a few cuts a quart. With prices the cime. however, most of them undoubtedly would prefer to have .heir i^lk delivered. Similar situations may well be imagined in nearly all lines of bus- nuts. Those who by inclination :r because of limited means desire to buy cheaply should not be denied the right to do so simply because others demand expen- i-ive service wMch Justifies higher pi'.ces. regular term of chancery court the Chancery Record. cessary two-thirds to suspend rules, NEW YORK, Sept. 14. (UP> — and the ordinance was passed with Resignation of Robert P. Lamont. emergency clause. The association also voted to'president Hoover's secretary of Yesterday legal publication of t-hc commerce, ns president of the. ordinance was withheld while city American Iron and Steel Institute, . officials reviewed their action and was assigned today to lack of sym- came to the conclusion Uiat the pathy for the National Recovery, mayor could vote only In case ol a tie and that his vote of the night hold rceulnr annual meetings for the election of 'officers on March 1. of each year. The business meeting of the bar followed a banquet and social'program, meeting In spednl compliment to S. R. Simpson, former Osceola attorney and president of the local Lamont gave a hint of his motive in a letter'Of resignation mode pub- before was not good. E..R. Jackson, third ward alder- bar, who has lived for the past. familiar with his views recalled h!s several years in Fort Worth. Tex-1 statements of recent months In lie yesterday.- Business observers man;and one of the. two abscni der which they are supposed-to" operate. Slrict observance of NRA requirements by all concerns operating under the Blue Eagle, combined with n determination on the part of consumers to do their part .by' patronizing NR'A members, 'will i speed' the benefits to be expected ,! under the recovery program, NRA 'leaders declare.' , .-. .[• To insure a big attendance at tonight's meeting the local NRA coni- mittee arranged nt n meeting this morning -to extend a personal In- vltallon to every telephone subscriber in the community. • In a'd- announcemenls were to'-be and How . High School Student's 1110 „. — _-. . ,-,. ' UIILUJI iiiiuuiiiiicuicms were lu o« neSS Diagnosed as bleep- made at schools, club meetings and C* 1 I other gatherings. ing Sickness. , wlt T , H v The flrat Invasion of this section' ^^ 'y .^ * by M l , hC , 5 °-" llod slccp ! n «v sl ? klwss 'il»g NRA program achieve its goal *™'^5 pd .Ti« tS '.^ 5 '™ S !--r«toratlon of employment and discovered yesterday with the an nounccment that Naomi Dodd. 13- year-old Steele, Mo., high school ( ploymc buying power with consequent, revival of prosperity for all lines of As. a contracted the dis- community, ease. It is ttie first authentic case of sleeping sickness In Pemiscot county. Dr. Fred Ogllvle of the Pemiscot county health service announced nt Cnruthcrsvillc. The girl wns taken slclc about eight days nno but It was only within the past two RFC Monev Available to Hasten Recovery WASHINGTON. Sept. 14 (UP) — The Reconstruction Finance cor- _ porntlon today threw the force of i or three days that her illncfs wns its vast resources behind the busl-| definitely diagnosed, ness recovery program by offering i Another case of sleeping sickness to make loans lo banks and trust | was reported at Forrest City. Dr. and mortgage companies at 3 per: Gordon Hastings, epidemiologist cf cent Interest for three months on _ the state health department, was 1 the promise of such institutions to.sent to Forrest City to study the relend It at not more than 5 per | cas e. The patient's name was glv-1 passed the national recovery act, nnd because of his clcso contic,^ with the ndminlstration at Waslu Ington, he Is equipped lo give - nt first lir.nd .a picture of the program, Its alms, Us achievements) nnd tlie obstacles it must overcome. More Plow-Up Checks Received at Office Here J. E. Crltz. county agricultural 110 checks for farm- crs who pnrticlpated In the admin- cent Interest. • en ns Sarah Baker. Girl Killer Captured jWhitton Dance Slayer After Flight from Farm 1 Tues<5ay night, was rounded out last night : to make up the necessary and who is visiting friends here ' which he thought the recovery act! .two-thirds and the council met in asked more of the steel industry : the mayor's law ofBce. With Luns- ns. this-week. Chas. F.. Sullenger presided as toastmasicr and Congressman W. J. Driver extended the association's greetings nnd welcome to Mr. Simpson, who responded with a characteristically entertaining talk. Only two members of the association were absent from the meet- 1 Ing. Those attending were W. than could be expected. TJriver. C. E. Sullenger. A. F. Bar- ]d announced ham, C. B Young. J. T.CosUm,' mers purch as! Jas G Coston. Bruce Ivy, O. B. Segraves. W. W. Prewitt, A. S, Rogers. S. I- GIndish. D. R. Taylor sr E S. Driver nnd Miss Alene ... Word. i.": 3-Cent Maximum for Shoals Current Users WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. (UP>- Tcnnessee Valley Authority to- nnnoifnced that private con- isurners purchasing power from the Tennessee valley development thru municipal distribution systems would pay not more than 3 cents a au(J an average of Masons Will Be Guests World Series Will Open of Chapter at Steele Either October 3 or 4 /"V>»« \jOrn open high low Sept. 48 3-4 48 1-8 47 1-S Dec. 63 3-4 M 1-* 52 1-4 Tile local Masonic chapter will meet tonight. 1 o'clock, for stated communication before going to I Steele where they are to confer the > master's degree, close I Following the ceremony at Steele 48 i the Blythevlllc men will be guests 52 5-8 ol honor at a fried chicken supper, CHICAGO, Sept. 14. (UP)—The world series will open In a 'National league city either October 3 or October 4, It was decided today at a. meeling iu,Commissioner Kenesaw Landis'',. offlce, attended by representatives of :i both major baseball associations. ".,.. I about 2.75 cents per kilowatt hour, " Any municipality in the area to ibc served by the power development at Muscle Shoals may secure its power at a wholesale rate averaging seven, mills a kilowatt hour. Municipal customers will be expected to charge Individual resident consumers a maximum gross rate ol 3 cents a kilowatt hour for the first block. Subsequent blocks will cost 2 cents, 1 cent, and 4 mills as the amount at consumption in- I creases, ford, still voting against tire proposal it carried through the necessary readings with "ie emergency clause, others besxlcs Jackson voting for the measure being L. G. Thompson,-: Tom W. Jackson and Ross Hughes. John Rcncy was not present. An attorney said today thnt two members of tr.e so-called one or o cow dairymen group, who will licensed and Inspected the same others although previously exempted, had" asked advice on what procedure to follow, no said they declared their Intention to protest the ordinance but could not locate plea. night's meeting to make their Stadium Income $88.52 PHILADELPHIA. (UP)—Taxp.iv ers of Philadelphia will pay $17, 900 to operate the municipal sla dlurn during 1933 and so far thi year the total Income has b-~ el ***-52. The (itadtum was built nt a ccsl of »3,000,000 during the Sesqul Centennial Exposition in MS- JACKSONVILLE. Ark., Sept. M 1 j yesterday and 25 more today. : The checks represent about $23,-. !<X» cash for farmers In the chick-' , I nsaivba district of Mississippi coun- DOUnd Over to Jury ty- They arc in addition to others . already received but the large ma- OSCEOLA. Ark. - Arch Olsen, J orU >' of ' hc I.™ checks due farm : Plow Up at Osceola UP) — Helen Spence Eaton, 20 25-year-old 'tenant farmer of Ty-' crs !n this district remain to .'be ear old killer of two men. wns re-l. lonzai was held to the grand Jury Mnt nerc - aptured here today after cscap- ^ithout bond after trial In Mag-; ng for the third time from the te i rate Wnrd Bur ,. s collrl Rt v^. . , , tale prison farm for women. l ton w h crc he was charged with JOl',UUU Received tor Bloodhounds picked up the trail' lhc ml , r< i cr O f c. L. Long, 38- a few hours after iKr escape was year-old farmer of Tyronza. discovered. i Olsen testified that he cut Long's throat last Saturday inght' OSCEOLA, Ark.—Three hundred with his pocket knife after Long checks aggregating 150,500 were attacked him with a pair of received by County Agent S. D. p I'-f,- T~ n Ut.t Knucks following Long's accusa- Carpenter Tuesday for disburse-. Exhibition I Onigni Uon , hal olsen was Mng too Bt . m ent to farmers who destroyed tentlve to Long's wife. The three cotton In accordance with ' the were attending a dance on the federal acreage reduction plan. 'Human Fly" Will Give A fr*« exhibition of stunt cllmb- ng will be given lonlgr.t by "Dare Devil" Roland, who will scale the, Whttton. Ous McClendon plantation brick wall outside the Hotel Noble at 7:30 o'clock. The "human fly" said he would use no equipment in making the climb except his bare hands and feet. Roland U said to have had 18 years experience as aerial dare devil and stunt performer, having given exhibitions In practically every stats In the Union as well as several foreign countries. Roland claims as one ol his most dangerous stunts' the climbing of th« 42 story L. C.' Smith building hi Seattle, Wash, Long died several hours Inter Inj a Memphis hospital. at. The checks were the nrat to be i received by the Osceola office. New York City Votes Transfer NEW YOBK, Sept. 14. (UP) — The board of aldermen today passed the stock transfer tax which members of the stock exchange had \ WEATHER i Arkansas"— Mostly cloudy. local laborers tonlgh;. Friday, partly ! cloudy In west portion, local show- i ers In cast, portion. Memphis and Vicinity—Probably showers tonight or Friday. The maximum temperature here yesterday was 94, minimum contended would drive 'much of the' partly cloudy, according to Sam- city's securities business out of New | uel F. Norris, official weather ob York.
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