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Served by the United Press ii "ti • LL~lM~tt'C !"• m- ' f - —— — Ta * «""***•'' MKWBI-AHC.C UK Nom-iaur M^ANSAB AJb^Jb^i^.. *" ^ ^-"-^ fT ^ VOL. XXXI—NO. 20) BlytheyllU. Dtlly Newi Blythevlllf- CCuiie/ MKslaippl Vtney Leadtr Blytlierille Her»U> Judge Or-' Robinson .i> Louisville ARKANSAS, T1IUUSDAY, NOVKMIjKR 8, CM'} Legion J J osl Will Be Hosl al I wo-Day Armistice Day Observance All decked oni in holiday iittlrc, lllyihevillo will be ready Sunday to welcome tile first of hundreds of visitors for Hie second annual Armistice LMy celebration lo be singed by Dud Cason American Legion pos, inadc of unusual moment this year because of tlie dedication of the new American Legion hut. long tlie dream of post members and now a reality. The celeoialion tills year will be a two-day. alTair. The more colorful features will occur on Monday, n day packed with big events. Sunday afternoon at 1:30 ex-ser- viee men «•(!( gather at the hut, on Second street, a half block north of the city' hall, to hear representatives of governmental and Legion offices discuss service work. The service school win be conducted by Claude Brown, director of the Arkansas Service Bureau, and James Wlnn, manager of the regional office of the veterans bureau at Little Rock. All ex-service men with grievances regarding compensation hospitalization are urged by Ma- , Tonn., Nov. 8 (UP) iatas- District Judge •Anderson today ordered li. Hoblnson, Sr., rciirat <'He contractor, removed 10 ' •' sville laf i>' ln ' °» ebnrgos o.' ' -'Olallng the Lindbergh kidnaping law In connection with the abduction of Mrs. Merry V. Stoll Rickenbacker Speeding East Seeking Record KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 8 (I) P)— Seeking n urn- west -east (cans continental record, the air liner commanded by Cnptnlii Eddie Ria enfoaekcr was over Goodlnnd Kan «t 1:10 P. M., today, accordln; to a radio report mude to TWA headquarters here. Nary A Mary! The plane was at 14.000 feet. . . It had covered approximately I |00 miles since the take-off at Los Angeles al 7:12 A. M. a- « 1 1 jor Curtis. J. Little, post"commander, to attend. A meeting of post commanders of the Fifth Legion district will be held Sunday night at 8 o'clock at the hut. All post officers and ex- service men' are asked to attend. Parade Monday Morning -Monday's packed program will be opened v ,-ith the big street parnde at 10:45 o'clock. National guard troops from a number of neighbor- nig towns and cities as well as Mississippi county's own Company M ' will swing into line for the grand parade nnd also members of various veterans organizations, civic groups and school and industrial organizations. Distinguished guests will be in the line of march. Amon» them wilt lie Vincent M. Miles, department ) commander of tin American Le»ioii / who v ,'ill deliver the principal address at the dedication of ..the hut ater in tlie day. Other guests will ---. include Congressman w. J. Driver jQf Osceolrf, Colonel Phlpps, ot Ca- 'rflthefsvllle, Eddie Glass, vice commander, of tlie American Le»ton for eastern Arkansas, and Bob slsson .• department adjutant, of Little Rock' Pour or, more bands will enliven the march, including the 206th Artillery band of Marianna. CO pieces- Kennett, Mo., band, 35 pieces 1 Leachville. 40 pieces, and Cnruth- ersville, SO strong. Swinging into the march will be four troops of national guardsmen, includi'iv ROIL CM Mrs. B. A. Lynch Announces Organizat i o n for Membership Appeal Campaign machinery ^ ,apHlv being perfected for the November 11-29 roll *!« of {he Chlckasiwbn district chapter of the American Red Cross, According to Mrs. B A. Lynch, roll call chairman, the entire jurisdiction of the chapter is being wined to insure complete coverage l n n personal solicitation by volunteer workers, These women , v ill be in charge: Mrs. A. B. Pairfield. chairman business district; Mrs. A. Conray chairman booths; Mrs. Harry w Haines, ho'nse to house coiimiiU-e west of railroad; Mrs. W. M wfl- lams and Mrs. John P. Umti, house to house committee east ol railroad. At Manila, Mrs. A. s. Brcadon is , chairman nnd chairman, Ei. w. Cowan vice . . , and Mrs. O. W. Sellers and c. B. Childress other members of the committee. At Leachville Mrs. A. E. Robnson is chairman and Mrs. L, Uy- erley jvlee chairman,. They will be assisted by c. L: Smith, Mrs. Mattie Knight and Mrs. Mattie Cooncc- Mrs. Charles' Crigger jr. i s chairman at Armorel. Markets York Cotton --. 0 ..«. v..,ii.v,ji f 1ULJUUII1"' 111- fantry; troops from Hayti, steete and CarutncrsvillD, M o.. i,, addition to the local, machine gm, unit. Com- The parade will form on East Mam. near Franklin, and will move west on Main to Fifth, north to Walnut, east, on Walnut past the reviewing stand on north sidn ol the city hall, and disband nt walnut and First streets. Distinguished guests «-m leave the parade and mount the stand to view the re- iJitiLiiqcr of the pnnidc The 20CLh lonowe'd b-"h Wi " ! ea<i ' lhe I= aradB Distinguished guest's of the oc cnslon and beauty representatives of towns in this section who will compete lor the title of "Miss Northeast Arkansas-Southeast Missouri- win be entertained at a luncheon at the ifotel Noble at noon In the meantime, startin^ at 12 0 flock ami continuing until ". ."clock, entertainment will be pro• vided in (he business district in the way of a free street show and stunt- HB by airplane pilots who will brin° 1 heir show to a climax Inter in tlie day with a delayed parachute drop. Miles Will Dedicate Hut At 3 o'clock the principal event o the celebration will take place »"h the dedication of (he Dttd Cason post's handsome new hut, 'he program: Advance of the colors; music, America, bond; 30 seconds silent prayer; invocation, Post Chaplain nntterworth; song, by vocal trio Mines. Lsc, Tipton and Farr- welcome address. Mayor Cecil shaitc- responsc. Post Department Commander C. Q. Kclley; Introduction of principal speaker. Congressman W. J. Driver: dedication address Department. Commander Vincent M. Miles; music. Star Span-ted Banner, band; benediction post chaplain. An aerial circus at the municipal airport on south Highway 61 will have such well known pilols ns E. Z. NewEom. T. H. Stout, Tc.v rfus- wll, Charley.Hayes. Kenneth Starn- •cs, Duke Milter and Warren Wright taking part in a series of stunts and races, Newsom will fly a special racer constructed In such a manner that It flies upside down as well as the average airplane docs right "ac up. The delayed parachute J"mp is slated for around 4 o'clock. .. NEW YORK, Nov. 8. (UP)-Coti n . ton close dbarely steady. rvJ, !f e stellar attractions are ex- pccted to dra<\- record crowds Mon• °" y "'8 hl - " beauty contest al, the RHz theater, a wrestling match at op armory, and finally a dance at De C . 79 (Oontlniinl on page «) I May 80 1-2 Dec Jan ?; ar Ma >' Jul - v open high low close 1224 1224 1215 1216 1230 1230 1219 '1222 1234 1235 1227 1228 1235 1236 1227 1129 1236 1230 122C 1227 SEES ROOSEVELT Frank Hoffman. Newark theatri- al ngciit, asked police at Hazol- ton. Pa., lo nnd Mary Nolan above), famous as Imogene Wilson ot the "Follies," following the disappearance of 52000 which he carried when they started drive. GETS BEfllH on a *aul Nelson, 21, Sentenced; Trials of; Two Others Delayed NEWPORT. Alt, Nov. B (UP) —Ti-ial of two men charged in connection with the slaying of B S. Mitchell, 75, nt his farm home ienr here, was cbntinued todny mtil the February-term of circuit Advises Business and I'iiiiinco lo Cooperate LONDON. Nov. 8. (UP)—The ••inosi powerful man in the world." the News Oinmilclc. orgnn of the Uusral parly, called Presldenl Uoosavell today In mi election cdi- torinl. Tills,comment was accorded emphasis by an cditorlnl In l;h>- Times, which reikct.s the view oi authoritative conservatives. "It was u great personal irlumph for President Roosevelt." said (lie Times. "If they are wise, leaders in business and fiiinncc wjli co- «i>ernte with tl-.e president," C.-llils in lioth Houses WASHINGTON, NOV. it (.UP)'— Practlcnlly complele unotllcinl returns today from Tuesday's election showed the IMmocrnts would have 69 senators in the 110x1 congress. Republicans 25, Pnrmer- Lnborites one. nnd I'rojjre.ssurS one. The house tabulation showed 320 Democrats, 104 Republicans, three Farmer-Laborilf.s nnd seven Pro- cicssivcs. Tin! house hmi „ nc( . Bnin ot eleven Di'inocrnlic members and thn senate 11111;. l,a iMillcfle at While House WASHINGTON. NOV. 8. (UP)The new Progressive parly, which he led to victory in Wisconsin, Is n fundamental outgrowth of the depression, Senator Robert M I n Pollctle snid today upon ciilllng nt the White House for ' ' ' President Roosevelt Senator La Follette. who was supported In Tuesdays election by the informal endorsement of the president, said that he hn ( | -'never n.^ smned the role of n prophet" and •that consequently ) lc u -onld no comment upon the political imoor- lancc of his victory. Will Canvass Returns from Counyt Tomorrow The Ml.wKvlpjil county election (•(imiiiis.sion will nii't't at ihc> Osula couitlioii.w (oiiuiiTow mom- g at to oVIook 10 canvass re- ifii'i of the m-im-al election Ilm | 'iilfy the results. Di'llntle Information mi the three HI road lax vote will not ui- nviiltnljle until u,,. uiri,.),!) 1W uit Is inndi- tomnriovv. Sl?.onbl(- nm- roiled In tin- «>imiy for proixxscd nmendmunts 1U. ao nnd 21. tin- him-r my- |,<'ui »''ls 280 nnd 78, in im- ly dofcaiod over the stun-, am iiilii'fnl returns. Coiinly Dcinurruilii noinlnoes liar llon"'' 1 '^"'"" '" "'"' KP1U ' 1 '" 1 ''!«- SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTO Victory for F U | rc || Amcncl- 'iienls, Defeat for Other Proposals Seem Certain rn.E ROCK. NOV. B. (upi_ Slraggltiig returns from Tucsdi.y's election Increased majorities of the ticket and Governor J. Arkansas, Missouri and Oilier Valley Stales Giiin in October WASHINGTON. NOV. 8 iui>)_ Tlii- department of ai}rici]ltnru fsllniiuing n UKu colton crop of 8.0.H.OCO linlos today, reported nn liicreiisp of 191,000 tales, a , )cr cent above Us October forecast The Imllcutoti protlin-tlon ' is "bout 3,413,01)0, bales H-ss Ihnn last yeiu-'s crop Hiul 5,ona,ooo bales bc- «»' nveianc nnnunl production In me flrc-yeiir jx'rlod I028-:i'j. it ( s -' tlally ic.w than (hi- 'nankl cl Inx free (|uoj n U f j^_ bales mul Indicate.-; n surplus of tn.v exemption ccrtlflcntes. Most of the pred'lcted Incrensc oni last month, the department reported, took p] na , )„ s(rl(( , s ilontj the Mississippi rh-(>r llcnlnrly Arkansns, Missouri Mississippi. Increases nisi) - 'I'cxiis nnd n, Oklahoma was the only Paul lullty Nelson. last ni was of found slaying the. Mitchell antl wns sentenced leaUi in the electric chair -Joe -Priest, son-in-law -of- iun tinin man, and Henry Jackson had .heir trials continued until . Pcb- •uary and bond for ench was set u 52,000. Mitchell, who was known to lave kept n considerable amount of currency on his premises, wns onnd (lend in bed nt his home across -the road from the Priest arm. There had been trouble be- ween Mitchell and her husband Mrs. Priest testified at Nelson's rinl yesterday, and Mitchell had moved to the house ncross the oad. The trial of Ed Loyd. 23. charg- "d with staying Bill Kendricks last December 20, over a sack of meal 1 was continued until the Peb- Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 8 (UP) — Tire government crop ngures were a little larger than generally expected and prices reacted a few poinU the New Orleans • -- -.11, i>i,iv t^L j^iULf, CX- change today. Selling, however was not heavy at any time. open high low close Dee - Jan Ju! 5' 1224 !S2fl 1234 1236 1235 1206 1228 1228 1238 123» 1237 1208 1218 1224 1230 1232 1231 lisa 1220 1224 1230 1232 1231 lisa ....... Spots closed steady at 1250, olf 4. Closing Stock Price* NEW YORK, Nov. 8. (UP)-A cabinet crisis in France, reversal of the uptrend in commodities and normal profit taking after a rally Brothers Meet by Chance In Hotel for Reunion CINCINNATI. (UP) - John B Murphy, field representative of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation, W ns lounging in a hotel lobby during an evening here. James H. Murphy, New Orleans, walked to the hotel desk to check seen out. The Mnrjftys- eyes met. The. two. brothers hadn't each other for five years. James delayed his leaving so he and John B. couM hold a reunion. Neither knew the other was in tlie hotel Train Kills Deer; Mate CnltiiifT Appears Victor ALBUQUERQUE, N; M Nov 8 01') - United States Scnatoi Bronson Cutting. Progressive Republican, nppcnrcd today to haVc survived,,«• Democratic" Icndsjidr- •New Mexico. "' " " ' With all but .77 precincts of the state's 188 reported, -Cutting held " lead m his fight for reelection o( 530 votes over Representntive , - - -• • %^pi i-ociiui LH C Dennis Chavez, his Democratic opponent. ' Vanderbilt Ranks F.D.R. As Greater Than Lincoln WHEELING. \V. "Leftist" sentiment Va. (UP) — the unifd - ,.- -.. fc tu.Mit- nivvi Lt lanj' combined against, the stock market today. Prices turned irregular and, .. volume-fell under yesterday. ' n ' ter Jumps Clear of Track CONNEAUT, O. (WPi-somcone hereabouts enjoyed a without the travail i nisal of the hunt. A. T. nnd T Anaconda Copper Beth, steel Chrysler Coca Cola ..... Gen. Am. Tank Gen. Electric Gen. Motors Int. Harvester Montgomery Ward N - Y. Central Packard east-bound train had pwiiips PCI. ...".';;;." 15 1-2 . 11 . 26 i-4 . 35 3-8 H9 . 37 . 18 1-2 . 30 1-2 . 34 3-4 . 28 1-2 . 21 1-g 3 3-4 . a .struck and killed a doe. The doe, with a buck, was crossing t>° rail- 1 road right-of-way. Both u-ere apparently blinded by the locomotive's headlight. The buck jumped clear, but the doc was struck and X-DJcd. Tlie Simmons Beds ... Stnndnrd of N. J. Texas Co U. s. Steel' .'..'.'.' U. S. Smelting McKcsson-Robbins Zonile .. 93-8 - -12 1-2 . 21 1-2 . 34 110 1-2 •. 67-8 -. 33-4 Chicago WTieat Dec open high 100 5-8 101 1-4 low S3 1-4 close 93 1-4 - • - "" * t yj i-fl May 993-4 100 1-4 981-2 58 s . s Chicago Corn open high 79 I •• 81 low 78 3-8 80 close 78 5-8 train continued, was reported. but the incident .» > LJ ii,c, U1IH-U btates is growing,''Cornelius Vanderbilt. jr.. declared in tr sii^ch here. '' He began atiri ended his lalk with pvalse lor President Roosevelt, but devoted more combined time to discussion of Al' Capon'e. President Roosevelt,- nc s nid i s :rcalcr than Abrahtjui Lincoln.' Clevelander Gets First y. S, New Building Loan CLEVELAND. (UP)-The first new construction loan in the United States under the National Housing Act was made in Cleveland A loan of $15.000 was made to Dr. WHlmm J. Shcchan, on a home to be built in suburban Shaker Heights. James G. Ca/frey. assisting Benedict Crowel). regional NHA administrator, announced the loan. Boy, 18, of 60 Broken Bones, Enters Business SHADYSIDE, O. (UPI _ Billy Newhart, whose multiple bone Ir.ic- tures have won him national fame at 18. is about to launch into busi- " ea j-. ', Bl ">' has suffered more than 60 broken bones In his isliort lifp- tmie. He's going to slart a mnsai . ilw •rato organization. 1ms rentr-ri an office, will supervise a .wlcs force or solicitors. Billy's bones, lackins he proper formation, nrc so brittle they break easily. '.fimtown' Succumbs lo Young Man's Bad Checks BRYAN, O. lUP)-W(lllliij.'s Half-acre, letter known a s Jimtown, lost J102.50 to n personal)!! yomy< man in , v n'llapidateri auto- motile. You have to look sharply ••, M: Jlnuown ns you dvivc on U a mute 20 near Monlpcltcr O A rcsl.-iurnnt, a filling; station, a' grocery and n Biirasc coveriii" ^ half acre of land—that's JimUnvn Hut the personable young 'man pawicd worthless checks in ill,' dniLJ store, the cil.v market, and even got rid of one (o Mrs. Gran_ w -~ ... ...^ „,...«,|jii t ,vi WBi.iiig, iimyor and owner of Jini* ----- business despite the fact I town. Mrs. Wnlllnz botwht the »wi recently he celebrated hlshown at auction for SHOO recen'- nwtn blrtliday anniversary. ly. Bystander Killed as Two Men Bicker Over Nickel CLEVELAND. (UP> —A quarrel over a nickel was res|»nsib!c here for the shooiins to death of an innocent bystander. Dominic C!e- i-itlrio. 35. mis the victim when two men started a fight over a nickel which had been dropped into a mechanical piano. Gcraldo was struck by a str.iv 'Het. Police arrested one mini. A Hardy \ c « IMglandrr • » J1..HIV t>cu i-.npiaiinrr COHASSET. ,Ma.ss. (tJP) —Add hard New Eivjlanders: Captain Joseph St. John, who still Is actively engaged in his newspaper iiients lU '° 5|10 " sorc<1 ImeiK- e comities still >ud not rc- «>rtcd their vote today. In Oar- nd comity delay in countlnj. wns believed due to (he placing of stickers on ihe ballots | n support of the ounty sulnry act. Petitions for the id h"d been ruled insulltclfnl and he question was not placed on the wllot Sumc 200 slickers were pl ;lc - nl on ballol.s in the last 30 minutes of Volltlj;. Tlie reports that were tiled rais , "--..j n/ujl LilJIILIU III . ' ^ iiv.v l]n;ll ISIIS- the White HOUSE for luncheon with '"e-United Prt-ss figures which """"" '--- - save victory to Aiiiciiilincnls Ul nnd W 'to limit expenditure* and appropriations of the Icelslnlurc nnd to force referendum^ on bond Issues. Tiic proposed Amendment ''1 the four-year "grab." and referral acts 78 and 280 trailed far behind No official returns Inn! been received curly this nflernoon by the secretary of slate. „»,and were mnb]oi . cotton - o ..*...», .lllutv JI1L' 1| iecllne from (he October estimate Conditions durlnK October were "inncli more favornble than usual" he ^report, .said. l>ickl.i K and B lii- open cotton In fields. l-'lBures by Slntrs •I'he followlna table nompari-s produdin- stale s | lmv |,],, lie Indicated crop with last •ear's mid with Uankhtiul quota ngure.s In thousands of bales): Hank- he nd Vliulnla ^torlh South Gcoiyln lorldn IOIM 1933 Quoins Ciirullnii Carolina Youth's Fight for Share in Estate Near Close NEW LONDON. C(inn' ? '"Nov X 8' iUP)-Tlic Icenl right of Robert Byron (Price) Palmer. Stutlgnrt.. Ark., to share in two estates worth $2,000,000, nearcd n close today ns the defense prepared to rest its case. Palmer. 20, Is seeking to establish himself as Hie son of the late Charles T. Palmer, scion of n wealthy intimifncturing family. Richetti Surrendered to Missouri Authorities LISBON, O.. Nov. 8 (UI')_Adam Richetti. gangster nnd gunman. »-^s turned over to Missouri au- horities today for transfer to Columbia, Mo., where lie will face charges' of murdering n sherlll sUUc highway patrolman. Tennessee Alabama Mississippi i Louisiana Texas Oklahoma , Arkansas New Mexico , Arizona .California others 35 850 <Mi (iflS 135 OKU'1.105 28 28 225 253 385 4« f)80 1)69 1,120 1,159 1,008 •WO 477 525 2,390 1-128 3,237 350 1,200 782 800 1,011 80 04 104 M 250 217 . 12. , 15 iil.U 528 002 87-1 2-1.0 200 337 (181 052 0.0 90S 200 PlJUi ffPE'jIL IN •n After Both Parents Die * s <\ Tills sturdy child wn s ixmi after Imili his f;iiliu r «„,]' mother were iloail. Tho fnllior. Hubert Nit-kolsoii, WIIH ilroiyiieil In Miami, Kin,, cnriy hl „,„ summer. Tlio moi'lioi- • illnd toon after sho was inkcn from tliu iimbiihiiice, hi llrlsiol 'iy.nu.-Vii., hospital. Doctors delivered th« | n) y 10 inimiio-i Inter ami lio will In, actonled li>- Uift Itcv. Mr. ;m,| n^. j, S, Ktucholgg of Umoi-y, Vu Wotilc PCI Readied by 25 Cent Cut Frorn 1928-32 Base Acreage: WASHINGTON,' Nov. 8 (UP)— Cotton farmers participating in 'fjie luunge adjustment uhin will be allowed to plant an. additional «,000,000 acres next year, It was learned today. The A'AA cotton section, It de- I vclopcd, has recommended to Spc.- iclary ol Agriculture Wallace tlioi ' the full 15 pof cent reduction be-' low base acreage permitted by Uie 1935 contracts be sought. Its sug- (jcstlon probnbly will be accepter), Tills year's reduction averaged '•(() per cent, -.-• . Under the proposed program'co- operating growers would qualify' for an estimated $100,000.000 'jji lienclH payments by limiting IdUl planting to about 31.000.000 acres, or 25 per cent less than the annual average during the five yeaii. 102D-M. The ncrcnge nndei the voluntary reduction proginm Is Iride- pc-ndcnt 'of bnlcage icstrlctlons which might be Imposed under a continuance of the Bankhcnd law- 01 other legislation. and a I'ntR Kluilrs Searchers HOQUIAM, Wash. <Uf>>—iroqui- flm's city hall frog, cmbedtlcd somewhere In the building wall, still Is nllve. He started croaking again when furnaces were started. His croaking made conversation difficult in the city clerk's office. The building was opened wice In Die search for him. W.C.T.U. Head To Be Renamed Counsel for Condernneci Slayer Contemplate No Motion foi- New Trial No motion for a new Irlnl >„„ be made in behnlf of i.-rnnk Unrncs 50-year-old [faytl. Mo, fanner' condemned to die for the murder of C. A. Martin, local schoolboy and taxi driver, last summer, It wns announced today by Floy Nelson who wKh San. Manatt. was named by Circuit. Judge Q. E. Keck as coun scl for Barnes. Mr. Nelson said that no plans for such a motion, usually preliminary to an npjKal to the slate supreme court, have been made and that so far as he knew none would be presented before circuit court adjourns here tomorrow. , Bill Harnes, tried with his father, win remain in jail (o face trial agnln nc.fl spring. A jury that round him guilty to first degree murder wa.s unable to agree on punishment being divldldcd nln c for electro' cittlon and three .for life imprlson- vnrlous reasons but is expected before long. I'nrlty payments, which it was Announced some time ago would made nt the snmc time the second rentals were pntd, have also •"- i del ' -" be i ment. There remained scant -...,..,»»,n* ,| M.(JI1( chance today that a compromise might be reached by stnte nnd defense counsel in the cn.sc of Archie Barnes, charged along with hh father, r-Yank Barnes, and brother | Bill, with the murder. However t developments I,, the trial O f the father and Bill disclosed that Archie had little, if any, connection with the actual crime, defense coun- fsl Insist. Unless an agreement is reached in Archie's case both Bill nnd Arcliic will remain In jail here until the April, i!>35. term of court. Ford Frick Succeeds Heydler as League Head NK\V YORK, Nov. a (Up) _. Ford Prick, former sjiort.s writer lodn.v ivss elected president of the National League, succeeding John Arnold Heydler. Harvey Tnibnnd. for many yrnrs fccrcinry of Heydler. was made secretary , nnd treasurer. Cot Ion Growers Here Get About $300,000; .Similar Amount in South End Distribution .of upproxhunlely WO.OfW In second rcnlal payments to Chlcknsnwbn district farmers coojwrathie In the cotton acreage reduction program wns slnrtcd yivstcnlny ill the office of County Agent .1. E. Crlt-/,. A siml- Im- or slightly larger amount Is belntj distributed among cotton growers of the Osccola district of the county. Al tho same lima, word was received- here that' th,c stale Bankhead Iinv board had mnile nvnll-- iiblc to Mississippi county additional tax exemption certificates, amounting, in the case of the Ohlckosnwbn district, to 800,000 pounds, nnd presumably n slightly larger amount for the Osceoln district. Allotment of these nddltion- nl certificates to the Growers of Hie county will be made by the county committees here an'd at Osccola. The pin n to be followed has not yet been determined. The result will he a substantial saving In Bnnkhend law tax payments. The second rental payment checks now being distributed represent about 80 per cent of tlie Itanhhfuil Kndoncmnit Ashed MEMPHIS, Nov. 8 tUP)—En- dorsement, of the Bnnkhcad cotton bill with an exemption pio- vl$o for fiinnll pi-oduccis was asH? «l hi n resolution olfercd before the Cuttoii States Confciencc ill governors' representatives here to- dny, ; The conference, opening thU morning with Dr. Tnlt Butler, Mcmphts, as chairman took the resolution under iidvlsement foi notion later, it was Intr'odaced by State, Scmilor w. H. noberi.s ol Mississippi. ' The resolution recommended the Hnnkhend act be continued In '935 with nn amendment providing that farmers not producing more than four bales of cotton shall be exempt from payment of the tax levied. Ijlttle organized opposition de- vdopcd to the resolution Various other plnns (01 control will be discussed during a Un- days conference. Among those attending the con- Itrcnca are C. G. Smith and A O. Little, both of BIythcville, Arkansas representatives. Local Water Company Will Install New Pur A new pump is to be installed once In one of the wells supi Blytlievlllc with water, it has u, announced by Robert K Johnrti head of the company \\hlch rcciJL ly took over the BJythevlIle wall systctu. payment., du^Tte balance' has da? and' c^inn? tf M mUe * ^ been held up nl Washington for t va" o b\< I I?" "T^ lllal ,,«..i— . ... . D ^ w»s so undry worn ns to dennnd replacement, Mr. Johnston inime- comn J) '" Cctl "" \vent there yesterday-to the deal, it k etDoriert Barton. Reelection of Mrs. Id;, B. wise Kmilli, sh'jwn here in n new pic- luic, .is national president o[ tlio W, C. T. U. nl NIC annual convention In Cleveland. 0.. Is regarded as certain. The conclave opens Nov. lo, when Mrs. Smith will give the keynote address And urge n new smash »t tho Iliiuor traffic. Says Enforcement Will Prevent Bootlegging WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. (UP)Law enforcement rather than lower taxes Is the solution of (he boot- 'egging problem, Secretary- O f the Treasury Henry Morgenthau sflld today. Burglary Defendant Withdraws Guilty Plea frank Barton, negro, charged with burglary of A. s. Barboro and company's wholesale office here, abruptly changed « plea of guilty io not guilty niter trial had begun In circuit criminal court here to- lay. Barton nt first wanted to make 115 plea with reservations but the :ourl refused lo accept it and he ater entered his pica unconditionally. Sentence was to be passed ater. E. E. Alexander represented ""'on. jury this morning returned a -erdlct of not euilty in the case of Prank Doss, charged with robbery of B. G. Rich, farmer. Trial of the case consumed practically (he cn- Irc day of court yesterday. Claude ™ Cooper was counsel for Doss. i pica of guilty to a charge of selling Hcpior was entered by Edward McCnlhim this morning Eugenia Klrby. ncjrcss, entered a gtill- ty plea to ;v charge ot robbery. Sentence was not pns»cd in either case. Dycss Rcelectcd Head ' of Colony Corporation LITTLE HOCK, Nov. 8 (UP)— W. R. Dy<jss. state FERA administrator, was re-elected president ol the Arkansas Rural Rehabilitation corporation, operating company for the $1,000.000 farm colony In Mississippi county at n of stockholders here to- Anothcr improvement that is to be made nt once Is the treatment with gunnlte of the company's reservoir. This will make the reservoir absolutely water tl»ht and make impossible nny seepage of Possibly contaminated water from the outside. While the local water supply hns always met all requirements of state health authorities the management of the new company thought It wise to take this added precautionary measure.' '" Eighteen Entered for Beauty Contest Tonight Eighteen girls have entered'the beauty contest sponsored by" the American Legion this evfininV.-at the Rilz theater for the title 'of Miss American Legion." to represent BIythcville in the annual Armistice Day contest to be held here: Monday. •' Out of town judges will decide the! luvdlcst girl, with beauty, poise and general attractiveness "as the Points taken into consideration "Miss Blytheville," alono- with Jirls selected from about 18° other towns in northeast Arkansas" Vnd southeast Missouri, will be guests of the Dud Casoi) post Monday, | meetin day. . Floyd Shall) and Robert H. Mc- Nalr, executive-Secretary and chief accountant, respectively, of the FEUA. were re-elected to the offices of secretary and treasurer. Arkansas—Partly cioitdy, colder, frost In north portion tonight. Friday partly cloudy, warmer In northwest portion. Memphis and vicinity—Folr and colder tonight, lowest temperature fnlr, slightly 45 to 50. Friday Warmer. The maximum temperature here yesterday was 81, minimum 43, clear, according to Samuel P. Norris. official weather observer,

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