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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS ANt) SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXXIV—NO. 30 nlythevllle Courier Ulytlieville Herald Blythcvlltc Dally Nc'.vs Mississippi Valley Leader IJLYTHIOVILLE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, MAY 3, 19S7 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS, C JRIK[ |Courier Invites Everyone to Moving. Picture Cooking o o Scliool At Roxy Tomb (TOW School that Is just around corner, opening tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 In the Roxy Theater. Last-minute plans are being com- Movie Stars Pass Through Crowds of Pickets on .Way to Work HOII.YWOOD, Cal.. May 3 (U D—Movie stars of ten studios, many in prase paint and makeup applied at home, passed through , _ o picket linns a»nln lodny. There I ty. romance and practical appeal, wns no trouble as they passed for advance Indications point to a throng]] the striking technicians i capacity convention of homemak- oJ 11 Him firms. ' DISTRICT u "The best things in life are ••fi'! 1 ' And so is the Courier News' and experimenliiiB along con structive lines. There of business inea the crowds i n ' fresh farscinaling and different Cooking j viewpoint on their , job, . new idea 1 ) the and enthusiasm to carry back to work. ' ri Fresh Viewpoint Now comes this practical rally pletcd, even as this paper goes to of homemakcrx to contribute fresi press. I perspective for the "same old Job," No opening bells will be needed the monotonous da.v,-in-aiid-day- for the eagerly-awaited, three- (out job, yet the most important day school, brimming with novel- Stich highly paid slars as Clark Gable. Greta Gni-bo, Jean Ilar- Icw, Fleanor Powell, iand Jeanetle McDonald passed through the main gate at the Melro-GoUlwyn- Mavfr studio without the pickets making an effort to stop or even talk to them. Picket T.ines Grow There were hundreds of pickets I nl each stiuMo where only a few -stood Saturday. More than 4.001) men ai'.d women were on strike p.ivl there was a possibility that other unions in this area, including (he maritime workers, might aid the movie lot craftsmen. Chcrles K. Lcssing. leader of the strike, said he had been offered the ccTV'eration of the maritim' men. The teamsters, longshore- mm and seamen leaders. L?ssiu< said, promised him the use of their "l!yin~ squadrons." Teams tc'is started checking, trucks to determine if union drivers were bringing Ktpnlies for the studios. Vrmluelinn Continues nindio spokesmen said all actors rcpmtr-u for work today and insisted production on fifty pictures was not curtailed. Frank Morgan, a leading figure in the Actor's Guild, which last night discussed the strike and the poi.sibilily of the stars aiding the . 1 .'v.nshnp. backstage aides, came to work In ^elaborate -makeup. He .fliPPid., in" a "side entrance lo nvc'fl passing through the main tody of pickets- at the Paramount gate.. Police were prominent in the vicinity of all studios but there was no call for their services and they offered no interference with the peaceful picketing. Men have their annual conventions, 1 where they listen to lec- dcvoted years to studyini business in the world. The feminine convention delegates may not pound on glasses and sing pep songs, but they will get up-to-the-minute news on every phase of household lore. > i'o-erly .Owners Now Can F'cc I he Fuiurc Will) Confidence The six and one-half years In which Drainage District 17 has been In federal receivership, soon to be ended with the completion ol a lona-iwnding debt readjustment program, lias been a period of progress for the district. When Clifton H. Scott is discharged as receiver, probably with- River Will Not Reach Flood Stage at Memphis MKMl'lllS. May 3, (U! 1 )—U. S, Meteorologist F. W. Brlst today predicted » reading of 32 feet— I wo* feet below lloo:i stage—for (he . Mississippi river here during llic I next nine <inys. livln predicted a nine-foot rise here because of rises In' Ihe MIs- sn-vl and Ohio. V : '1'he wealhcr bureau nt •'Cairo predicted n stage of ! between 47 and i8 feet there by Saturday. 'Hit Cairo flood stage Is <0 feet but Hie town's sen\vnll withstood 59.0 feet (lurinif the recent flood. Top rending ut Mem]>his dur- n(i Hie winter Hood wns 50.4 feet. The St. Francis today was 3.1 and they will hcnr from special- in the next few weeks, and! the experts who isls In their own field, who will ' "h Court Decides A Rains! Finance Company's $700 Clam direct an inventory on simplified methods, routine, products and latest equipment, pointing the easy road to smooth home management. That may seem like a tall order for one motion picture, but 1 this entertainment is no ordinary film. True, it was cast, directed and filmed in a famed studio, but It was Blyfheville Wins Four Points at Conway Meet Elythevilie high school made lour points in the music events ol Ihe annual Arkansas Inter-SchoQ Contest nt Conway Friday and Saturday. Balesville "high school, with a total-of 22 points, won the sweep- slakes award with Hot Springs one- half point behind for second honors. Pert Smith nnd Searcy, ticii for third with 21 points each. The wide distribution of points is shown by the fact that Batesville won only ten per cent of ths 220 points, other schools ranking at the top were: Conway I3'i. Arka- delpbia 13. Brinkley 12. Camtlen "12, Jonesboro 11, Rnsssllville I). Five points cacli were made by North Little Rock. Beebe. Atkins, Siloam Springs and Judsonia. Four points each were made by Little. Rock. Clarksville. Fort Smith junior high school and Blythevlllr LITTLE HOCK, May 3. (UP) — The stale supreme court today reversed the decision of the Sebastion county circuit court in granting a judgment to the phoenix Finance. :ompany ajalnst T. M. Dickey for failure to pay a $200 note. Dickey's app?al to the tribunal charged that tile finance company assessed him interest rates in e.\- cers of the !0 per cent maximum vet by the state law. The court in handing down the decision .ordered that the $200 judgment entered In the records igajnst Dickey be removed. The court upheld the $13,000 Judgment given W. N. Hoimicut. igainst the Missouri Pacific Railway company for the loss of an eye while working for the transportation company at Pins Bluff; The company, in appealing the judgment, granted by a Saline :oi:nty circuit court, contended that because the company was engaged in interstate commerce the case should have been tried in a federal district court. Hollywood assembled thoughtfully and patiently to bring more than passing amusement. Evjry-day happenings were dramatized In the sound plot. Behind the sparkling humor and suspense that are so necessary to screen stories, was a deliberate plan— an ambitious determination to carry instruction, inspiration and worthwhile home news every community. Camera Tells Story 'Hie camera and the home specialists got together on their vigorous investigation, and the Courier News was quick to s: ... the chance to offer the interesting result. Never has the camera been mare faithful than in this motion picture Cooking School. Never management of the district Is turned back to its commissioners, the property owners of (he district •vill face a prospect in marked contrast lo Ihe discouraging outlook which wns theirs In 1930. The lax rate has bc?n almost halved and there Is every assurance 'hat. with completion of the debt readjustment, it will be sufficient tn meet the district's obligations and to-provide for an adequate maintenance, program; tax delinquency, which bad readied alarming proportions in 1030. has been almost eliminated nnd thousands of acres of tax-forfeited land have been nlaced back on the lax rolls; hundreds of thousands of dollars have bi:cn spent' in improving; the condition ol the district fret above flood .singe at Flsk, Mo., nnd a crest exceeding flood stage was expected at St. Francis, Ark. Ed F. McDonald's Trial Opens At Little Rock 1.1TTLK HOCK, May :i. tup)- Openlng statements In"the trial of Ed P. McDonald, former secretary of .slate, on trial on charges of oblnlnlng money under false pretenses In connection with sales of janitors supplies for the sliuehoiiss, j were begun tills afternoon nt a-301 aflcr Philippine Oil Tax and " ^^^T^^c^ Is E ^ cled >° Russian Agreement 'Unanimously Upheld WASHINGTON. May 3 (UP) The supreme court today presented l\ra broad opinions upholding , up "die morning session with the! , Take Place at Frept'H Mate excusing six prospective ju- r , _ ,. ~, . ... . . ' — rors, the defense seven nnd the court three. _ I. L. Zlcbnrl, former soap snl:s- I man, \vlio wns Indicted with McDonald, wiis granted a sepanitc aspects of President Roosevelt's administration In Its "external relations — (he Philippine cocoannt all lax and the Lltviuov agreement, corollary of the Russian recognition pact. f Both decisions were written by Justice George Sutherland, a member of the court's conservative group who was absent from last ^Monday's decision session. Both decisions were unanimous on Ihelr major phases. The three "liberals," Justices llarland Stone, Louis lirandcls nnd Benjamin Cardop.o dissented on a minor phase .of the Soviet decision. The rulings left the New Deal's •ecoid nl the 100 per cent mark for ihe present term. The court in the coconmit oil Chateau This Month Irlnl. zlrbnrt Is expected to np| as a state witness. icar House Members Urge Di- of RUES TUT. Pioneer Resident Was Long a Farmer in Muff- man Community Funeral services wer= hclrl tw* ifl?rnoon for Henry Paul, snid to have been Blythcvlllc's oldest rcsl- . --- --- „ j^,.,.,. lent, who died yesterday afternoon I collected under the tax of three i The new fW over the I>WA nnrt verson o Part Money to PWA tax c rase rultd not only thnt the CtO.COD WASHINGTON, May 3 (UP) — A house drive opened todny seek- to cut Ihc president's $1,500,- rcllef. appropriation lax was n valid application of the' proposal by $150.000000 in order taxing power but It also upheld | to help continue the public works the provisions whereby the funds ladminlslrntlnn for two years Wew'York NEW YORK, May 3 (UP) — Cotton closed steady. open hiah low May July Oct Dec Jan March 1290 1305 1277 1215 1277 1280 1296 1305 1280 1277 1278 1280 1289 1288 1255 1201 1265 1269 close 1289 1300 1277 1275 1277 1230 Spots closed steady at 1350, up nine. to women in I—roads have been built, ditches have been cleaned oiit and deepened, levees have bJan strengthened. Dcbl Nearly Sl.OOD.OOO ; Drainage Dislriet n. organized In 1917 by special act of the legisia- iiiap up tllrc ' embraces about 170,030 acres Interest- of '»"*, extending from the Mississippi river-io Bis Lake and from Uig Lake along Little River to the Poinsett county line. It Includes the city of Blytheville. has n model kitchen been por- Benefits ranging from SB'"to,S60 trayecl so accurately and in such | P cr !lcrc wcre assessed against 105,- The camera took its time 9nnd it look its close-ups, so that every person in the Roxy will have a "large as life, and twice ns natural" view of each operation. There will be no "orchestra circle" at this entertainment, since the back row guests of the Courier to poer Into the busy mixing bowl, watching- the deft steps of meas- 000. acres of the land Jistrlct-.ahtl bonds were "sold to a total amount of $3.982,500. of which S3.7W.SOO was still outstanding in the fail of 1930 when bondholders forced the district into receivership. Owners of propjrty in ths district had viewed the prospect of a News will have an equal chance redera1 receivership with considerable alarm, fearing that it might place control of the district in thE uring, creaming, sifting and thor- luin<is ° r a man unacquainted will ongh mixing, not overlooking the 1 ils P rool2ms an d uninterested in its final woi-k of baking, roasting welfarc - A » unsuccessful attempt at 3:35 o'clock nl Ihe fnmily home on Kentucky avenue. Mr. Pnul wns 91 years old on December 7 last year. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiated at the services held nl the fnmily home. Interment was made at Mnple Grove cemetery, Mr. Paul had been in 111 health for a number of months nnd his condition had seemed critical several times. . A native of Germany Mr. Paul came lo this country while still a young man. He was well known among the older, residents., particularly , t *hps« i>Jh.tli5. Huffman community, where 'he made his home nnd wns an active fanner for many years. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. B. F. Loflin nnd Mrs. Elva Poe of this city.and Mrs. Effle Medaris of Memphis, and two sons, ollie nnd Carl Paul ol Muskogee, Okln. .'..'' The Cobb Funeral Home wns in charge of funeral arrangements. cents per pound on the first domestic processing of Philippine cocoanul oil—now totaling more than £40,000.000—could be paid to the Insular uovcrnment for the maintenance of its operations. In the Russia case the supreme court held Ihrit in the Held of foreign affairs the national unv- ernmcnt was supreme and that the public policy of New York stale could not prevail nsnlnsl the exercise of this power. , The. court failed to present Us Harry L. Hopkins' WPA program came ns Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes went before n house appropriations siib-commitlce lo urge extension of the Public Works Acl- mlnlslrnllon for Iwo years. Chairman Clifford j Woodrum (Dem., Va.) said that the extension measure would be . acted on separately from the work relief bill, hearings on which arc due lo start' Wednesday. Woodrum prcillclcd Hint a reduction of as much .as $500,000,000 Ir IONDON, May 3 (UP)—The^dl- >. vorcc court granted Mrs. Ernest Simpson n decree nbsolute 'today i and within a few hours the Duke ' of Windsor was en route fioYn < Austria to Join hei In Fiance > •< for their wedding. Tiie decree, which leaves Mrs > Simpson free to tnnrry the man '••• who gave up Britain's throne for her love, was sent to her' by ,. air mall. It will enable her 'to be married nt nnj time nnd it was expected the wedding \vo«ld lake place nt the Chateau' tie Cnnde nt Monts, France, -where she Is slaying, during the W(.ek' L of ..„ May 24. As soon as the deciec divorcing writer from Ernest Simpson, her ' second husband, wns grunted the news wns telephoned to Mrs. Simp- ,„ son. She joyfully telephoned the. tidings to the duke at St Wolf- r sang. Austria, nnd he left by. f' automobile to take the Paris -Express nt Salzburg He was expected to leave Ihe " train in Prance nnd motor lo \ Tours to join hci tomorrow, nl- '. though It was possible he might i decide he could make better time "" by going through Paris ' • " Mrs. slmpsoh had obtained hei preliminary decree nisi at Ipsulch ~" October 27.. It uns necessary to '", wait six monthb for the final ,. decree. , > - j I , , .. • -• "• "" n.ui-Jl ,<u ?<>UU,UUU,UUU 111 decisions in the pontltnif cases the work relief appropriation was tflcl Illr rtnnt-Ht .,* In*. „ 1 rl.. -* *: , ..... *^' "ti.imiu.l ml.1 testing constitutionality of federal and ; state unemployment In- mra'ncc' laws. French frying or freezing. For Ihis is no half-henrled demonstration. Each delicious dish will be completed and shown with such realism that there are sure lo be hungry "ohs" and "alls" from the audience. If any stray husbands get inlo the theater, they are cerlain to nsk: "When j do we eat?" . | Solves Household Problems Troubled, by left-overs? Haunted to forestall su:h';n .receivership made through 'a chancery cour 1 - action which resulted in ths r.ppoint- ment of C. M. Buck of this clly. now attorney for the district, as[ receiver. His administration of th; j district, however, was short lived, and when a federal court action. by never-ending jobs? Tired of iiousewoik (hat seems like - T , . drudgery? '\'eW OrlCaHS Cotton Tl 'e cure: New wrinkles will _ smoolh Ihc brow of the weary NEW ORLEANS May 3 (TJPI— housekeeper; that is, new house-, ,. . . J vu* ' , . :„,_,__ ,__ j. Cotton futures closed 55 cents to SI n bale higher today on improved wrinkles leading to econ- nrf «, ( ,,.,5 ' ° « •-* in the appointment as receiver of Clifton H. Scott, Little Hock business man, the misgivings of the property owners were little relieved. Tax Rale Is Cut Mr. Scolt. however, immediately applied himself lo a study of the affairs of the district and of drainage d2bt problems generally, lo Filch elTcct that a few years" later | he was elected to the presidency of May Blytheville won third place in I July boys' voice. Leroy Brown, and boys' Oct glee club. Dec Jnn March markets. open hi«h low 1282b 1288 1270 1290 1295 1279 127G 1279 1261 1283 1285 1271 1284 1284 1283 1287 1287 1280 close 1283 1289 1274 1282 1283 1286 .does his pictun c hool " 1D NaUonal Dralna s e **>« nml 115 (iocs uus pictint scnool j Irrigntion a5SO!! i a ti on nn[) is nTO | recognized as nn authority on the iroblcm of such organizations. Early in his administration of S|»t.s closed steady at 1329 up thirteen. A person don't haveta/ know a lot'ta parlor manners and be able to click his heels nnd bow from his hips In order to r,» polilc. I believe • politeness is somethin" you nave'ta be born with -and i:' you ain't got It, all the finishin' schools in the world won't do anything for you. My Uncle Slug never saw book of etiquette. In his 'ifc but still he's one of the politcit mcr I ever saw. Not long ago I I ok a slory about him and when he heard about it he got to nir.t he sat down and ivrote n scorchin letter. He called lible names and me .some ler wound up by Chicago Corn open high low close May.130 131 3-4 12915-8 130 1-4 111 117 118 3-8 117 117 5-8 show new dishes, styles and In- tercfiling ways to serve eveiy-day meals and party feasts, but it 1 demonstrates how to make intelligent use of the ingenious mechanical servants thai take tiie guess work out of house work. To the fnn of watching an expert cook at work in a model kitchen is added the. iTJal joy of studying the practical' 1 possibilities of such full-lime scrvanl-S; aV'rin Icctric refrigerator, a smartly- lyled range, and other 'cooking iccessories and convenient laun- possible, due to the present economy drive..: Ann ounces creases General i Rural Urban Assessments Inana Will Act in Face of Franco's Opposition, Eden Announces LONDpN, May 3 (UP)—Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden informed the house of commons today that despite the Spanish Insurgent government's rejection of the British nnd French plan for evacuating women nnd children from Bilbao "Ills majesty's government Intends to give the assistance which it already has announced." E<ien told commons that Gen- District 17 he recognized that the eralissimo Francisco Franco. Span- "lositiff, Sloty.. Prices NEW,;:YpRK. .May 3. (UP) — Trading on the New York stock exchange today fell to the ligntesl levels of the year and the prices made an Irregular advance. A T and T Anaconda Copper Bethlehem Steel Cliryslcr Cities Service Coca Cola Genera] Electric . General Motors .. 51 5-8 .. 85 ..113 5-8 .. 31..155 .. 53 3-4 57 7-8 sayln 1 "and the next time ! FCC yn, I'm gonna punch ya in nose" and then he" said "P. •Please excuse pencil." (Copyright, 1937, Enquire '•' • Features, jnc .' International Harvester ...100 5-8 McKesson-Robbins .... 14 1-8 Montgomery Ward ........ 64 5-8 New .York Central 4C 1-8 Packard 97 Phillips Petroleum 57 3-E Radio Corp 91- St Louis-San Francisco ... 35- Simmons Bed 451- Sfahdard of N J .......... C7 1- S. Texas'Co '.'..! 607- U S Smelling .. U S Sled iax rale was so high Ihnt it could only result, in increasing lax delinquency. One of his first acts was to cut the 7 pcr cent rate (it had , ish . nationalist chieftain, had proposed an alternative plan for insuring the safely of civilians in Bilbao, now threatened by rebel CARUTHERSVILLE, Me* — The Pcmiscot County Board of Equalization has announced increases, amounting to several hundred per cent In some instances, in the assessed valuation of Pcmiscot county farm and town property. The Increases were made, according (o the board, because of the rising price, of real estnte, nnd because of numerous improvements, especially to town properties. In n number of instances, plots formerly valued at -$75 were hiked lo $400, and some few valued at S70 were raised to S700. In practically every instance the board raised the valuation nt least $100. _ The board is (o be in session here Thursday. May (i. for the .impose of hearing owners' pro- tcsls. If any, against the increased valuations. tckcs Arks No 'Increase Hep. Alfred F. Belter (Dem., N. V.i, lender of the PWA bloc, said that nt least 227 members of Ibe . house were backing his proposal I lo earmark work relief funds for 1 public works. J The PWA now has n revolving fund of nbont $150,000,000, permitting continuation of its projects. While Ickes nnd Assistant PWA Administrator Horatio B. HackcH declined to discuss the matter It was learned that the, two did not plan lo nr«e on the bouse or Ihc administration the increased funds asked by Bellcr. Woodrum said he believed that the sub-committee Former. L o c a I Resident f/t Succumbs Today in New •" Orleans Hospital i" , Rivers Wllhelm, son of the late !' Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Wilhelnv died 1} at 5 o'clock tills morning in a NeXv i Orleans hospital where 'he-hnd 'been for some time, ills dcnth was attributed directly lo n kidney {ill- ", mcnt but he had Seen in i!I ; heaUh, suffering from tuberculosis Mr. Wllhelm. who formerly.Jtved ', here, had mnde his home In Lou- .slana for about four years. He >3=- been 7',i per cent prior to 1929) to armies. 4',i per cent. In 1932 bondholders! The foreign secretary iiitlmai'erl forced an increase in the rate to | that Britain would Ignore Franco's 6 per cenl but after the experience: stand and proceed with the e.vacu r of that year they consented to a reduction lo 4 pcr cent, the rate which has prevailed since 1933. As There is nothing ' formal " and lip-stage" about ''this screen Cooking School.' Informality, hospitality and neighborly welcome coupled wilh the district's program Tor putting lax-forfeited lands back on the tax rolls and the general improvement in farm conditions, tax delinquency in the district has .re joined in the picture mean- ^n^mosl wipck out The ng hat a good t me will be had lric (.- a n m - m ,'i, icom( , has bccn i n . by all. ns the saying goes. „ ' ation of the -Basque port's civilian refugees ns planned. . Evacuation from the Bilbao war ?CTie will be started "almost Immediately" in meichant • ships i under protection of British wnrships, it wns uncle.sited. What about rcciires? Naturally every guest of the Courier News will want to test these tantalizing cures for menu monotony. Free recipe sheets be distributed dally. And other things will be given away — valuable gifts that will find long nnd useful life In many a home. Guests at the school will want to meet and remember Ihe friendly local firms and nationally- known products that arc helping Ihe Courier News In this fnunity undertaking. _ "Docs your house rim yon?" If so, why not accept the Courier created, despite the lower tax rate, and is adequate to service the pending R. F. C. debt readjustment loan and to provide for maintenance of the dislrict's ditches and levees. Federal Aid Eulistcrt Accomplishments under the receivership, howe.vcr, have by no means been confined to straightening out of the district's financial affairs. The district has taken full advantage of the opportunity afforded by establishment of the federal Works.Progress Administration and has been successful in enlisting the aid of the U. S. Army Engineers, with .the result hundreds News' Invitation to join the neieh- n " day and .Thursday- The doors 75 to 100 Physicians Expected for Meeting Between 70 and 100 physicians from eight counties are .expected to attend the animal spring meeting of the First councilor District Medical Society ol Arkansas nt the city hall here tomorrow. •Morning and afternoon sessions will be hcTd \vitb the morning session starting at 10 o'clock and tiie afternoon session at 1 o'clock, with luncheon at the First Presbyterian church at Widow Asks Damages for Highway Death Mrs. Agnes Rogers, widow and administratrix of the estate of Ray Rogers, has filed suit in circuit court here, against Tom Martin, Dell farmer, asking damages totaling $26,000 for the death : of her husband in a Highway 61 nc- cident. Mrs. Rogers alleges thai Rogers was fnlnlly Injured when struck by a of Mar More l.nral Money WASHINGTON, May 3 (UP) — Hard hit states and locnl governments raised nearly' four times ns much money lor relief nnd work programs In 1936 ns they •"-' In 1933, WPA Administrator Harry L. Hopkins rtvenled todny. Non-federal contrl but ions to^ald Funeral arrangements, in 'charge. of the cobb Funeral'Home, are'In-' complete. " Will Sue to Compel :'i Ford to Issue Permit the needy nnd cooperate era] recovery programs increased from $.139,793,000 | n ]933 (o $1 . 214,053,000 in 1936. The total for four years Is $2.040.1!)J,OCO. The government spent as ils HOT SPRINGS, May 3. (UP)— j K l_ j Lloyd Thomas, new owner of'the' contribution more than to those two nnd programs one-half limes as much as the states—57«8,COO,000. An additional S745,- 000,000 wns loaned to comrnunities tif PWA nnd $1,558,000,000 wa> allotted for strictly federal project. 1 ;. . Tolnl state and local funds used for relief nnd «ork programs Arkansas 1933 $322,957 were: 1935 $8.000,421 Tolnl $15,024S40 P.emiscdt Students Win Millsaps cigar store here, today i planned court action against D._ L. Ford, state, revenue commissioner, :o force him to Issue a' beer permit r or the establishment. The store's . original license, granted to U, L Millsaps. was revoked late Saturday. _-..-.• ' Th'omas and his nttornejs et- pccted to file n mandamus action • this afternoon to force Ford and _ his Garland county agent, C B Lobell sr., to Issue a permit to sell- i. beer. , Young Woman Seriously III After Taking Acid Mrs. Violet Dates, young married woman of the Manila commumU, .truck, driven by an employ.; , CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.-Thrce „ irtln's. and thai Ihe accident | Pc " llscot county vocational agri- was due to the negligence of the < cul[urc students. Berbage Bryant truck driver. The accident occur- a " d Hul >«t- Porter of Caruthers- red several months ago. Harrison. Smith and Taylor nre counsel for Mrs. Rogers, Speakers from fit. I-ouis, Hot Springs .Memphis ami Ultl« Rock are nmong those who will address . 61-41 and the school will start at 2:30. a reccn t report lo the commissioners. -John w. Meyer, district , (Continued on Page 5) Top 10.50. 170-230 Ibs.. 10.35-10.50. Light wclghUs, 8.50-10.00. Bulk sows, S.50-9.75. Cattle: receipts, 2,500. Stesrs. 88.25-9.75. Slaughter stcejrs. 7.00-15.00 Mixed heifers and yearlir 9.75. Slaughter heifers, 7.00-11.50. May 132 1-4 13! 3-8 ISO 1-4 130 1-4 j Beef cows, 7.75-9.75 °' the group on medical subjects. Chicayo Wheat open hlBh low close Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS, 111.. May 3. (UP)—Ho?s: receipts, 12,000. CL , n r. woman o: me. Aiamia .comtnunm, otate Farmer Degrees w "s reported in a serious condition at the Blytheville hospital this afternoon after swallowing carbolic acid at Manila this morning Details of the reported suicide attempt were not .available but it was said (hat the young matron mixed the poison with a bottled soft drink. It was also reported that she made a similar but less serious attempt at 'Leachville last night. - ville and David Thomas .of Cooler, have received stale fanner degrees, presented oulstandlng PFA student.'; of the state following competitive examinations at Columbia. Quinton Still, of Stcele, is the only other boy in this; county ever to have obtained the state farnur degree. I Freighter (o Be Renamed CLEVELAND (UP)—The American steamer Cayuga is being re- j conditioned by a crew ot' lo Hun- .,"-. WEATHER ARKANSAS—Partly cloudy tonight nnd Tuesday. Slightly cooler Tuesday. Memphis and -Vicinity—Fair and warmer tonight and Tuesday. DO , I gavians under. Capt. George Biro, The 'maximum temperature here ngs. 7.75- of Budapest, and will sail for Italy]yesterday was 67, minimum 57, | with a cargo of scrap Iron. Tin boat will be renamed Alba nnd partly cloudy wilh 1.58 Inches' of rainfall Saturday niglil, according 110 7-8 120 1-8 118 3-8 118 3-8 Cutters and low cutters, 4.00-5.25. istcry. _ put under Panama Republic reg- to Samuel F. Norris official wen- ! ' ther observer.

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