BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOLUAIK -XX' H'—NO. 2;)I. Hlytheville Courier niylhevtlle Herald Kontier Governor I lad Given Vast Sums To Educational Insiitufions j Arlington, Tenn. Fire ; Claims Third Victim; MEMPHIS. Dec. 15. lUI'i-Mrs. Hi c. Holland, wife of an Arlington, I Ti'iiii., farmer, died (winy m John I Gaslon hospltnl, third vto.llm of n i j lire which destroyed her imme Rat: unlay. Mrs. Holhuid suffered Hit- tiiliil iriis ill n vnln ntt<*ni*>i t» save •!• IIVG SJIIBI1 Clllkllvn, Wild };<'!• licil in Hie Humes, Blyllicvlllo Dully News " ~ ~ ' vnney*«d«^ HLYTIIKVlLLIO, ARKANSAS, WKDNUSDAY, DKCHMHKH 15, I'm SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENW Weary of This Divorce Talk Will, Re Located On Wosl Side of Haloy Field Gfidifon The new sw.llum and gymnasium In be (.'reeled at Haley ficM. U ]iou which work will slarl tomorrow will be located on the west side of ' LITTLE HOCK, l>c. 15 I DPI — Fnrmi'r Governor Gcorpe W. Don- i :iRh<:y (li«l al his home here al 4:30 a. in. today as the rrult O f a heart attack he suffered Monday niKlit. He was til. Doni>ulicy, former contractor, never slackened his business activities until the time lie wns .stricken. Tho former chief executive hcj-i chairmanship of tlie Male planning board, ibi- Little Hock Broadway Main strecl brld"i> comuilssloii, and Die Hendrix <:ol- lei-c board of directors, To Holtl Funeral Thursday Relatives said loday (he body!"*" gridiron, il was announced lo- •.vouJd lay in stale in tlie rotunda . a "y following a ineetiii !; of the board of ihe slate capitol tomorrow from! of cducallon and others Intcrc-slt-d noon until 2 p. in. Funeral ser- ' " vices are to be held nt the First Methodist church at 3 p. m. mul burial is to lake place in tlie Hose Lawn cemetery here. Horn of humble parentage, jnsl across Ihe state line in Marion La., Donaghey started out in life a.s a carpenter. He amassed u for- lune in excess of 52,000.000. most- of which he gave away in recent years for ihe betterment of education In tiie state. , ( His interests In architectural work led him inlo politics in 190D •H which time Ihe slate was enveloped in me state capitol building "scandal," He ran for the uovet ncn ship on Ihe platform of "gelling the state capitol built," •'Hid was elected. Defeated By Uobiiisim After serving two Icrms. 1909 jliroiijjh 1913, as O i, lcf executive he was defeated by (he late Senator Joseph 'P. Robinson a.s he sought his third lerm. Although he removed himself from -inside' in the. project. The football field, which runs north anil .south directly behind the Central Ward building, will be moved 55 fret, east to provide room for (lie two new structures. The stadium, which is to be 213 feet long and which will seal MOO persons, will face the east, and the 100 by 77 feet- gymnasium will be built at the rear of the stadium, with entrances on the west and sonlh. Under the stadium will be two' public toilets, two dressing rooms for boys and another for girls, and n workshop for the vocational agricultural classes. The gymnasium is to have n basketball court, bleachers and regular gymnasium tqiiipmenl, Both the stadium and gymnasium will be constructed ol monolithic concrete. In order to have the l)csl labor on the structures, there will be n number of skilled laborers f'ansterrpd from other WPA projects s;> that the work may be hastened as milch as passible, c. . Baxter, who is in charge, has 17 men who will begin work tomorrow politics after he relinquished ihc Covernor's post he was mentioned as possible candidate for u. S senate several times. i and a total of 50 are expected to be Former Governor Donaghey as °" " le J ol) 'W the end of Ihe week. contractor built numerous office A |larl ot llle material was being buildings in Little Rock. The two nlacc<1 ° n 'he ground today. The he mid his wife owned—tlie Dona- tiflt " °/ completion bus been set at s , ishcy •building and the Uonaglicv J "'* '"• „,<ainist building _ were deeded to ^ f the 19.000, which mnsl ,lje —l.ittle^Rpcfc junior college in lfl->8 I ra(s « I Mr. U>'e~ city's pint m' ilii?' The present emiity of these buildings, along wilh other uptown property recently added to ..:c course's Donaghey foundations, is far in excess of $1,000,COO the president of the founda- L tions board of inistees eslimated, If Has Wrltm B Autobiograi.liy Last August. Donaehey completed his first book, entitled "Bulld- !;;^,f^ C ^-"»e was work- n,i n «!. Close l!.oys he .' friends of Ihe Dona- sa ,cl the former. . .governor »l His «-,fc had th "".si ..,,„ lo ,,„„.. r - 01lvcnla Walla nuscript |s > W ace Donal l» . , . li -.v, his widow, who wns hls •'»""«- l» ,fll hi, im ions. iv«s reporiV.i holding mely wenver th( , His Clt Claud survivors older than |, i uonaghcy of Goose Creek' •J", Raymond Donnghey of Vcr- K\°rvo' C ™r n "r Orailrtli(1 "ona- M', °'^ cr - T ™ • «"d one niece Mi.*, Allen Harris of Whealon. Honorary pallbearers will in (hide present state house n fu^ n ,.,. C:i|)iliil Offices [„ c| OS( , LfTTLE ROOK, Dee. 15 <UP>offices from noon Thursday mail 4 P.m. in memory of former Governor George vv. Donoghcy wns issued today by aov. Carl B Baiie'v from his sick bed in a local hos- Gov. Bailey, after signin^ the proclamation, issued a stateVn crediting the former governor with having been instrumental in th-< passage of son,,, of the most cmi- stntctive legislation in the sHle's history. ' ' "He provided Arkansas wilh (he highest type of executive leadership and was held in high esteem by people in all walks of life" Gov. Bailey said. project,. $2.000 ivas already on hand atxl this amount was suffi- : cienl to start work 'with: A cam/ [mien lo raise the remainder .will bo started soon. ; '. Hold Funeral Thursday; ?or Mrs. Norman Shields Fnni'ral services will be held Thursday aflernoon lor Mrs, Lillie Bell Shields, 18-year-old wife of Norman shields, who died early yesterday morning. The Rev. If. r.vun XViule, pastor of the First Methodist church, ivill conduct, (he services at the Haniia Funeral home at two o'clock, uml burial will be [nude nl North cemetery. oak tree course. Horseshoe Imbedded In Heart of Oak Tree DEL MONTE. Cal. (UP) - A horseshoe, believed lo be more Ihnn 90 years old, was found im- tcdded in the heart of nn ancleni on Ihe Del Monte golf The shoe, which old-lime residents here believe dales back to the days when nearby Monterey was the capital of Spanish California, was found in the center of n one-fool Ihick limb while ihe old tree was being cut, down. ' It was generally believed that Hie shoe was thrown by a horse nearly a century ago; lhat Its rider hung H around a branch, and that the limb grew around it.' Sixteen years, 8 months, 3 day? rind 8 hours will be spent In sleep by (lie average man of 20 before lie reaches Die age of syvenly, Pallbearers will bi-: K. 11. I.loyd, Bob Temple. Charles Trmple. J. F,. Neal. Gtoi'ge Swuin and Kd»nr Swain. Mrs. Shields died three days nf- Icr the birth of her first baby, n son. who was named Norman jr. College Girl Chosen For Kissing Booth Job NEW BERN. N. C. lUP) — A committee was socking an attractive girl to operate n kissing booth al a school baxaar. They wanted one that would assure plenty of repeat customers, they (old Ihe first applicant. "Have you any ciualifications?" the committee chairman asked her. "I went lo college." "You're hired." Out here in Hollywood not long ago. a lady divorced her husband so she could marry a rich and the rich man gave Ihe hus- ban:l n hundred thousand dollars li> mend his broken bean. It reminds me. a lot of Ihe lime when Cousin Orchie met a Nation, From Rockies To A!l«i>lionies, S n f (t>r s I'rom Hardships lly Unite.I I'n-ss A rt'ipplini; isliisw ol ioi> covered slfite.s from (he nockk*s to tin* Alli'iihciiies today, Imperiled motorist'; uml Isululed scores nl com- numilU'.s. Highway IraOlc iwis Ital up In southern Indiana, Illinois, eiislern Missouri, southern Wisconsin und Iowa. I'ollce r<>cc-ived reports ot iimdrt-ds of jninor initomobile uc- •jidenlfi. Twenty fighl vlllasos In Okla- loniii were i.soliitcd as ice coalings napped communication lines and jaraly/.ed transportation services. Glen Losure, 34, Enid. Okl»., -"iliitaiaiice man, died after a full mi a [mlc while repairing n tcle- )hone line. United states Forecaster c. A. Donnell said rain, slccl nud snow fell In the Mississippi, lower Ohio and Missouri valleys and In (lie upper Great Lakes region, although he predicted higher temperatures over most of-the Great Plains area, said Ihe icy conditions would continue for another 24 hours. Chicago motorists proceeded with Uiuost caution over ice covered streets. "Loop" traffic was snarled it Intersections and elevated trains were slowed. Forecaster Dounell said the free/.- -.g rain extended Into Texas and is far iiorlh as Minnesota, where It turned to snow. He reported wavy SHOWS over Wyoming, eastern Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska and sections of Town. Temperatures throughout the country generally were higher. Tho oivest reading ivus 15 above zero at North i>latte, Neb. and Goodland. Kans. II was 75 al IMS Angeles uicl Tampa, Pin. Thirteen persons strnwled under a covered bridge at Verdiiiand. Intl.. when their automobiles stalled on an icy hill, were rescued by lit,,,,*.'!!}; ClftWS, Assessors To Receive Back Pay Checks Today 'LITTLE noSpXrk; iDccriT.- Stale Auditor j. Oscar Humphrey said yesterday lluit cheeks (olaling inproximalely $80.000 would be issued loday lo some 300 county tax issL'ssors and county clerks" as 60 per cent back salary' from'July I, IQ33 to June 30, 193S. ' ' Payment of the buck salnrics was authorized by the 1037 legislature, to reimburse tbe officials for ihe period when '.heir salaries were cut In half as an economy move. It Is expected that the remaining -10 [ier cent will be paid next spring when money uccumulalcs from franchise tax collections. Mr. Humphrey said (lie cheeks were bcliii; drawn payable directly to the assessors and clerks except In about 10 Instances where the officials io whom the money was due have died. Cheeks -for these are being- made to Ihe administrators. The estate of Joe S. Dlllahunty, former Mississippi county assessor, is due to receive, n check froai 0115; those issued today. \V. C. Cate7 Dies In Oklahoma W, c. Cntes was called (o Jenks. Okln.. yesterday because of the •If-alh of his mother. Mrs. Mary Gates. Mrs. Cales. who was 83 years eld. died yesterday from infirmities iiltinv from old ase. Funeral services will !«• held tomorrow. Stock I* rice H NEW YORK. Dec. 15 (UP)—Steel shares led another recovery on the slock market today, although prices drifted from their highs because of light demands. A T A T MS 1-2 Anaconda Copper Associated D. G. ... Hel.h Steel Boeing Air Chrysler Cities Service General Electric. ... General Motors Int. Harvester Montgomery Ward . New York Central . Packard Phillips Petroleum Radio Srlicnlcy nisi Simmons 3! 3-8 . 57 1-1 . 2fl t-8 . 55 1-8 . 2 . 43 . 33 1-4 . C5 1-4 . M 7-8 . 10 1-4 . 4 5-8 . 39 5-8 . 6 5-8 . 26 . 21 3-4 Socony vac M 3-4 Standard of N J Texas Corp 44 1-4 33 3-8 U s Smelt G'2 1-4 Rumor Shakeup Is Due I PIT If Tfl On State Police Board ULU\ lU Eleanor Holm Jjim-ll and ISIIIy nose, « comrnst In smiles mill wri- ousiu'.ss, wauled lo let, (be whole tliin K drop-not titelr romi.ik'o, In,: the lalk about Uie divorces from their mprrllvi; .spoiise.s-ou arrival in New York from Han Francisco. "I'm tired ol llie whole Ihreo- I'lnued circus," Hose uilmllled, j'Tm tired r,f I O IH> nours hi pictures," quoth Eleanor, who losl Dormer Secrclavy of State Does Not Take Stand At Trial MTTI-E HOCK. DM. 15. (UP) — Tile case of Ed P. McDonald, former secretary of sfiite. charged with obtaining slate funds under false pretense in the purchase of slatehouse janitor's supplies, was 3 ,lven to Hie Jury at noon loday. MT>o'>nld diil nol lake Ihe stand [hiring llio trial, which ended late last night when the slate completed Its presentation of witnesses. Court, attaches predicted a verdict would be given before nightfall. McDonald's first trial on the charges ended wilh u hun-; Jiu'y. Failure of Freshmen Is Worry to Temple PHILADELPHIA (Up) — An-ln- conduc-led 'ai Temple University Into. 1 the cause of freshmen failures. Despite'the hlljli scholastic^ ability of'lite-students.-In general. Ibere were many below-par marts, showing at the end'.'of both ^freshman' and sophomore years,. I, v; .' '' - ' Three members of. the .'faculty have been assigned to Interview ••• iluricnts systematically •and discuss their problems, both personal and academic. The research program Is part of the. college's guidance board which Is bended by Dr. Wilbur a. Dun«. of the Department, of Cliem- Rural Schools Aid In T. B. Seal Sale Drive Sludeiils of the rural schools uf Mississippi county are cooneintiirr hi the sale of lubercluosls seal stamps this year, according to George W. Barluini, county clmlr- mnn. They ha\-e bought Btnm|w witli llielr o«n pennies, and have :old others to Iheii- parents, it has been reported. Nfr. Barhatn addressed students of the Dogwood, Central and New Liberty schools yesterday in the Interest of the campaign lo wise $1,500 before Christmas. Students of Ihe New Liberty Executives Discuss' Plan With State Administrator Floyd Sharp UTTLE UOCK, Dec. IS. lUI') — Executives of Arkansas WPA areas met here (oclny wilh Stale Director Floyd sharp to discuss rxwslblllly ;of adding 3.000 laborers lo (he Arkansas WPA payrolls. Directors, supervisors nmt social workers from nil areas attended the conference. Slmrp called Ihe meeting after reluming from n conference of divisional directors of the national WPA program nt New Orleans. Will Take No More Steps To Make Pending s c of rcpoi'i from a eluimber mT commltU'i', hnhllnu Ih'^ plan for tin' rlly to pmvhusp llu> waltuwoik.s .sj'Mi'iu lien) from u prlvuli 1 owner io be untenable on Its present basis but iw.ommcml- IIIK furilu't 1 iH'Kollntlons tmvard u purchnsi' on such londllkm.s n.s wuuld I'liininiiti! pvcsent ulijt'cl,- lons re.sullfd In Indefinite postponement of finlliiT iicllou on ld<' propcxsul by Iho elly council last iilghl. The- council, nf lor hearing (tie report mid by J. Moil Drooks, chumbrr si'crelury, nnrecd Lo postpone uny proceedings toward con- Mimiiuilion of the purclmsi! of the plant nt SilOO.dOO, willi a revenue bond Issiiii lo bO HoatiM lo pay lor the plant, until mine compile Inve.sllt'iillon of Ihn wuti't 1 company's earnings over ti period ol yeurs could be nmdis lo determine If an ample margin of safety could bo. assured between Incoino inul operallug exponscs lo provide for relheinenl of bonds uml llic iii'ciimuliition of a fund for contingencies. While no word hiw yet been received from W. J. Herring company. inc., of Lllllc Rock, bond house which lifted us llic city's \8cnts In negotiations lending up to the verbal ugrccmeul for the sale between Robert It, Johnson, Oklahoma Oily, owner of (he plum, and Mayor Marlon Wll- lliims, city officials have Indicated that lliey would not even crih- slder Ihe maximum Interest rate MTTU-: UOCK. Ark., Dec, 15.-A .-liakciip In Ihi- rtrkmisiw iiollcc wiminlssUin an dlhe dlsmissiil of Clray AlbrlRlil as supeilnliMidcnt ts (Hitlcliiiitnl when fluv. Carl E. llnlli^y rriurns In (lie .•ilalchou.'ic, It Is inidi'rtitood In raplU)| circles. Present momlji'rt; oi Ihe com- iiilvsloii HIV W. a. rt(kln:i of I loin 1 . Jiu'k I'orter or Korrotl city nnil Clui'ciici 1 11. Wilson o( I'ilytliellln. Iti'port.s mi' Uml Cloy, lialloy limy iiiunc » new (•diilniiiiii, IKWSI- Ijly from Mississippi county, Wll^on'.s home loutity, of Diphtheria 1s Fatal To Geraldine Greer Geraldiun Greer, one year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Orcer, died at 8:15 o'clock this morning at Iho family hoiiie nt 'Number Nine, Death Icamn after several days Illness from liiphthevln. funeral services 'will be licUl Thursday afternoon, two o'clock, at Hie residence, with (he fjcv. Hnr- inoiv Holt, pastor of the Riverdalc Mclh'odlsl church, olficiatlng and burial will lif mndc at North Sawba cemetery. Besides her parents the bnby.ls survived by one brother and two sisters. Holt Funeral Home Is In charge of funeral arrangements. per cenl tor Iho rcvcmie botid.-i, lo be retired over a 30 yen. period, provided In the stale statute under which the negotiations were carried out. Mayor Williams has slated I'liipbnUcnily Ihiil Ihc cily will nol Issue six per cent bonds. Last, nlgiit Mayor Williams asked tluil Ihc chamber of commerce committee continue Its luvcstlijn- lion with u view to asccrtnlnlni! llio Income and expenses of (he water company over the yeanj 1035. 1930 and 1837 lo sup- i)t lt,s ln*/ea(li!(Ufoii""ol the. company's inroitin mid from 19M lo IUII3, Inclusive.. Fig. uros obtained from Hie' present operator of the water company for 1031) were inrlmlcd In .the Herring company report,. given the city but the committee wns nsked to make Its o«'ii Im'Kitlgatlon or diese penscs. Further Informallon on Ihc water company will nlso be sought Arkansas ttlllHIes coiu- Survivors Declare Thai U. S. Gunboat M«l "Warrior's Death SIIANOHAI, Dec, IS. <UI')—Tim United Slnies navy nunbnal l>iinay mel n warrior's dolh In u japnn- ese airplane alliirt: on hi'r and tlirco Sliindnrd oil stoiimshlps. Ihrce survivors disclosed loday on their in-rival here In a Jnpanose rescue plane. Three Japanese planes swept down on the MUlo 1'amiy and Ihe SlaiKlard oil ships. The 'first bomb struck the Paimy fatally. Another struck the Melplug, onn of Ihe Standard (ill ships. The I'nnny's i;un cvcw, ns If In rill, went lo Iholr .slallons at hose nf ihc ten niudilm: B uns tliat rcmnlned In action. They opened up tliclr hlnsts on Ihe Japanese planes. Klcvwi lliiio.i more the .Inpnncsi' swept down—hurdly 100 ynrds ubnv Die ships—and ma- rfihii' (jiins (ipcnwl nrc from (he shore. Tin- men foiiishl unlll the ship wns slnkhn! fast and Ihcn nlmndoned II. In order Hint a definite U S Stcrl married lady and llicy fell in love, Sl'.c lold Orrhlc if he could yet her Imsbniul to divorce her she'd marry him. Bo Orchis went like .1 man and spoke to the husband about It. When he come back to her, she says "Well, did my husband carry on much?" and Orchlo says "yes —he said he was gonna leol the. loss terribly, 'but I Miuared It with n aood cigarl" Chicafio Wheat Dec, high % 7-8 low clase M 3-3 f)5 7- May 925-3 93 1-2 92 7-8 93 1-2 Chicago Corn dec. May open 571-8 59 M 3-8 W 3-1 low close 57 1-8 59 school will broadcast a program, in keeping wilh this drive, over Kl.l-N Friday morning. 11:15 o'clock. Nautical Work To Be Studied By Girl Scouts NEW LONDON, Conn. (UP)— ' Local Girl Scouts, between Ihe ages of 14 ami 18. have gone nait- lical. answering lo the newest i>hnse of girl scouting. They hnve formed a "ship," which those under the Mariner program of scout- Ing call a troop. During Ibe long winter months, their ship will be at their club room. The ship has been divided inlo two watches, .slarboard and port, wilh a boatswain and coxswain in charge of each. The girl officer in charge of the ship is called the skipper and tlie general program of the ship is planned by Ihe bridge of honor made up of officers and the boatswain and coxswain, who bring suggestions from the walchcs through Ihc walcli meeting. In addition lo the officers mentioned, n supercargo and yocmsn are necessary 1 for the smooth rimning of llic ship. The supercargo Is aclually the Ireas- urcr and Ihc yocman keeps Ihe ship's loi! as a secretary. Dining (he ensuing months Ihc scouts will leant to read charts, tic knots, recognize different type boats, learn first aid treatment, acquire language of the sea and fsmlllarize themselves with nautical handicrafts such as whittling, they'll go down to the sea in ships modeling, net making and tying rope belts. And next summer— f>8 1-4 ns many of their ancestors did hi 69 5-8 Ihc old whaling days. Former Local Resident Dies In Yuma, Arizona FORMER l.OOAI, RESIDENT—M Lloyd tfarkey, who was reared In Ihts cily. died at Ynma. Arizona. Monday afle.r having been 111 from pneumonia for only three days. His remains will arrive here Thursday morning and funeral services will be held al Sandy Rldqc cemetery at U o'clock. Mrs. Ilarkcy will accompany Ihe remains here. Besides his wife he Is survived by his mother, Mrs. John w. liar- key, and five sisters. Mrs. Wardell Bramlctt. Mrs. Louis Robinson, Misses Lula Mac, Lola I-Hiy and Louise Harkey, all of hero,. C'oub Funeral home is In charge of funeral nrrangcmcnls. Files Divorce Suit II. L. Franklin has filed suit In chancery conn against Mrx. Daisy Franklin, asking for a divorce on the ground of Indignities. ills allorney is James B. Role- jon. 57 1-8 SUPERSTITIONS from inKslon average Im-omo and expense, lablu over a period of eight or nine 1'i'urs opt'i'iillon iiiny lie obtained. Those signing Ihe report ns members of Ihe chamber <i[ commerce committee* were: n. A. Lynch, Jena; Taylor, J. A. l,cech, Farts Simon, C. U. Bflbcock, 0. H. Wilson, W. 11. McClurkln, L. L. Ward. C. S. Lemons and II. N. Swearengen. The allltndc of council members :nsl nlghl appeared to be thai o[ n emulous approach lo dual consummation of the deal, after passage of a resolution several weeks ago which aiithorlxcd an offer lo Johnston of ?, r lOO,W)0 for (lie waterworks system and resulicd In Ihe agreement between Johnston and Williams. The agreement, however; was subject lo Ihe working nit of. bond schedules In a way tluit the city could meet Ihe nec- sary obligations. .less White, llrsl ward aldermnn reluming from a trip lo Jones- »ro where he Inlked lo ofllclals of (lie Jonesboro municipally operated waler and light, plants, said ic wns advised Hint "an audit ol llic water company's books and records would be llic besl money llic cily could spend before making any purchase." Alderman J. L. Guard of the first ward suggested that Ihc proposition be continued unlll some fulurc dntc. Alderman E. R. Jackson of the Hitrd ward said "We ought to gel Some of tbe bread baked nl Christmas in Denmark is kepi unlil sewing lime, then crumbled and mixed with the seed to insure aigood harvesl. 8 3k a Tilt <2kliUmit, Fishermen Find Wreckage Of Plane In San Fran- cisco 'Bdy SAN FrtAflpISCO, Dec, 15 (UP) —Twisted remnants of u U, S. army 'or nrivj* airplane wns pulled lo'llio sm'frico of the Pacific ocean by fishermen today, lour, miles oil the San Francisco lightship. 'Hie wreckage was brought the surface In Iho uel of 11 fishing boul which was trolling I In 24 fathoms of wilier. Army reserve headquarters in Oakland said Iho plane was nol 'he one In which Capt. Ira Qalc- IOUSB and LI. William F. Stewart, ni'iny reserve flyers, disappeared durhiit n routine, lest fllghl Sunday. Move, H Successful, Would Preclude Final Action Al Special.Term WASHINGTON, DM. is CUP)—' . ropoMils lo return llic admlnls- liallon fnrm bill lo Ihc. agrlcul- nnil commute-.* for revision aroso n Hip Ki'imlo loilay (lesplle lender;-', ihlp iiirorl.i lo press Iho measure, "ward u llnnl vole before mld- llRlll. Rclurn of Ihe bill lo commltlen vnuld blast all hope of, acthiK or/" my of President Roosevelt's pro-' i'inii »l UKI .specinl session. Sponsors On Defense '' Kponsors of Iho bill were forced i fight nt every step lo block new !irorls lo llmll costs of crop con- I'tJl ntiil to Btiuruntoo full parity ,11'lws fur agricultural commoril- les. ; Ki'iiaior Arthur H, Vandenberg l Hep., Mich.) again sought to .hull the expenditure.*- to $5,000,, )0l)~an effort Hint failed ycster- Iny— and Senator Edwin C. John- ilon (num., col.) propo.sed to pay. 'nil parity prices rather than to' permit pro-rntn ., distribution of xvallable funds. Majority Lender Alben W. Barkey <neiu., Ky.) seeking ( 0 force Ilnal action on the bill by ordering a nlitht session, It necessary, |i|msed the proposed amendment. Di-iiiiind C'luriflcatlon Johnson, Vandcnbcrg and Sena'- tor Alvu II. Adams (Dem., Col.) /olncd in u demand that the bill OR recommitted - If necessary .In wlcr lo clarity It. ' '••:,.: Vniulcnberg renewed his protest Wilml (he lack of limit on ex- pemlllmes In ihc bill. ... :.. He read from President Roose- wit's leilcr to Majority Leader'- Dnrkley, nskinu n J500,000,OM limit >n new revenue to meet any nec- jSRiiry aclclltlonal cosls. , .,, Says tllll Mystifying "I am iinnblo lo see how tlio'. president could sign this bill, !f it' ?oes lo him with an unlimited ipproprfolkui for an utterly mystifying nnrt Incalpulablo nmouiil" /andenberu snld. "if parity payments are required I CUD understand .why u limit Is iL'ft out because you cannot csli- innti* llic amount required," Adams ;nl(l "imt not, even tlie biickcrs ot Ihe bill cnn ii(;rcc whether parity prices will be paid.'' Chairman Elllson""i£"ri.' Sm!t!T <Dem., fi. a.) of the agricultural commlltce aRreed with Adams tlnil the, bill should bo revised BO that it would "speak with clarity -ind lioucsty In tegnrd to parity payments." some more figures before nny further." we go The council declined lo acl favorably on Die refine.*;*, that ft pay for approximately 300 pounds of cotton. In the field, which was allegedly burned while city firemen were burning off .1 field of gra.ss and weeds lo remove a fire hazard. The fire was already In progress, firemen liad been called lo Ihe field about Iwo times already and they decided to bum the field in order lo remove further danger. The strip of cotton w«s lu the Held, near a compress plant, Fire Chief Roy Head said. New York Cotton NEW YORK, Ucc, 15. (UP) — Cot ion closed steady. open high low Dec. Jan. JJar. May July Ool. 810 813 821 823 827 833 815 815 824 821 830 838 800 810 81G 820 822 829 closo 310 810 819 823 825 831 "The wreckage looked like It mid been In the writer for months" aid Jack llule. cnptaln of tlie fishing boal, Orlean* Cotton NEW ORl.BANS, Dec. 15 (UP) — Cotton futures closed on c lo four points off loday on a steady market. Dec. Jan. Mar. May July Ocl. open . 823 . 82:i . 832 . R33 . 1)35 X44 high H2i7 825 B3I! Sliti KM B-lf) low rlose 822 B20 82.1 KM U2'l (12 » Spots closed steady al 831. olf 4. Name Lynch As Finance (lluiirnum Of "Goodfellows" B. A. Lynch has licen appointed chairman ol the finance committee for the Goodfcllows club by Hush ifarbert. it was announced loday. Other men appointed lo help with the drive are E. D. Ferguson. Roscoe <Vaflon. Rupert Craflon. .W. J. Wimdcrltch, n. J. Allen. W. M. Scruggs, Oscar Pondler. Leroy Htid- dleslon and Harry W. Haincs. Members of the club arc anxious Uml people send In clothes and toys as. soon as possible so that they may be repaired and made ready for giving. Tlie clothing is to be sen! to the American Legion hut and Ihc girl and boy scout troops arc asking that alt toys be taken (o the Iilijh school. If anyone has nny dollies to conlribute but has no way to deliver them, delivery will be provided by calling 325. Toys will be delivered upon calling 325. 29D 373 or T11-W. Pour more cash contributions have been sent lo Ihe club. They arc $3 from James V. dates. &10 from Cecil ghane, $5 from chapter "D" of P. E. O., and $5 from Mrs. A. Conway. Any one who wishes to reirort ncrsons needing help should con- i Uicl Gerald R. c.uttr. who lins Spots cloied steady at 829, off 3.) charge of that part of the work, Fish Equipped With Natural Rod and Bait PLYMOUTH, Eng. (UP) — Tho blts of n flsii which catches its food with n natural rod and bait arc the subject of a study by Douglns P. Wilson, naturalist at the Marino Biological Association's Plymouth aquarium." It Is called the angler-fish and observation of Its strange charac- terlsifes— begun by Arbtotle —has always been regarded as difficult because the fish Is easily bruised daring capture and rarely survives In on aquarium for any length of time. Wilson was able lo study tho iiablts of five specimens, and in llio Journal of Iho association ho describes tho method by which llio fish capture their prey. Their "rod" is an extension of the dorsal spine, which sticks out In front of the fish's month. The ball Is a fly-like Ing ot skin." "An angler, when hungry," writes Wilson, "erects the lure 1m- mediately nny suitable fishes come anywhere near, and endeavors to attract one of them close enough to be caught. Tho hire Is quickly jerked to and fro and ns the ro<i Is almost invisible, the bait simulates some tiny creature darting about. An attracted fish rushes up In an endeavor to catch It; the bait is skillfully nicked out ot its way just in time and with a final cast is dnshed down in front of Ihc mouth. The jaws snap faster llian Ihe eye can follow." Wilson describes the trip action of the fish's jaws as "a blur of rapid movement which defies analysis by straight forward observation." So vicious was one of ths specimens In the Plymouth aquar-, lum that to give II food with the fingers dangerous. WEATHER Arkansas—Mostly cloudy tonight and lomorrpw with occasional rains, little change in tempera* lure. Memphis and vicinity—Cloudy tonight and Thursday, probably occasional rain, not much change lu temperature; lowest tempera- lure tonight, 38 to 5*1. The maximum temperature here yesterday was 59, minimum 33, clear, according to Samuel . F. Norrls, otBclal weather observer.
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