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Served by the United Pre r ..-.••= BiTtheville Dili? Newt Biythtvill? CcurJei flBEIJELE COTMER NEWS - *" AHKANS48 4ND 8ODTH*»8T WlHHnimt * '^— f Valley U»d» Blvthertlle iiei»Ui __ Br^Tiil^uLLR, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, NOVRMRER 19, 1934 SINGLE COPIES ; F!Y!1 CENTS Feeling Runs High in Virginia Alter Discovery of Mutilated Bodies!; ROANOKR, Va., Nov. ti HIP)Philip Jones, 25-yrar-old negro . confessed to police here this af- i ternpoii that he murdered Alice. I H, and Ellen Hill, 8, sisters last night at Clifton Forge. He was charged with murder and immediately removed from Roanoke to an unhamed deslina- tlon. •> ; Police feared mob violence. Admits Murders Questioned here after his le- inoval from Clifton Forge, where the mutilated bodies were fount} In a deep ravine, Jones, a burly laborer, told officers he clubbed tne sisters to death with a shol- gun stock. Officers refused to say whether ,)ones had confr-rsed to criminal assault iiimn the eldest girl she was found dead, her hands tied and the victim of a brutal attack. Coroner John lloulf, at Clifton Forge, said. Hnlil 1m, others Roanoke authorities continued to hold the wife of the negro and Arthur Smith, another negro. They said John Pryor, a fourth negro who was reported at Clifton Forge to have been arrested, was nol "n the Roanoke jail. Jones was suffering from a f.-esh shotgun wound in his leg. He said he got it In "an accident." He was shown a bloody sliol- EMi, found under lib porch and -remitted n was . the weapon "lie used to ki^rthe children Poliftl believed- ft may have 'been • dii- chargcd in the struggle between the negro and Alice and thai Jones >vas wounded in that way The questioning here was brief pecause nn Intense feeling against ine prisoners was reixirtetl. T, 0. Dill Found Dead in Bed Sunday Morning Huge Crowds Greet President On Inspection Tour Pollard Has Big Day :n Golfing Competition Hill I'ollurd led Hlylheville Ijuimtry club uollers In tin. , M iuli- [Umniey yesterday wUh „ i% U \ .I'ver par, for is holes. I I'ullntd also won a nutting coii- '••sl lifhl coiinirrciKly with ttie qualifying round, tal:lm> but ''I jmtls nn 18 hol<>s. If. >. Klrsii- '"'' W:LS «•<•<-•! id In the nulling I 1 '""' 1 »'»" 27 mm, llll( | ,,| S( , '''"•'"I I" thv iiuiilllying round '•I'n :ni HI. iijg], scores were nu' "dir ul tl H . qualifying round. Pirsi of ihe huge crowds that greeted President Roosevelt ns he proceeded ihrriwh Dixie on to his inspection of the giant New Deal projects in the Tennessee Vallev was Hie throng of 35 ODD shown above, in Hnmxlsburg. Ky., where (he president dedicated the memorial to pioneers who won'the wilder- ner.s for the U. S. Inset are the president, and Gov. Ruby I .n (Toon of Kt-nliicky in ilieir auto during Ihe parade. Woman, OS, Leaps From J8lh Floor to Death tlllCACIO, Nov. l!|. <UP)_ "'•i-esa Nnuglnon ,nyim Jumped "I" Ihe eighteenth floor of the WHS hotel to her death on crowded Michigan avenue today 'l was the third lime within » 'fek Ilial. a ti'oiiitin has so met oeslh In Chicago. Today's victim »ns GD years old and was alone "i her room whereas the other vieilins of the suicide epidemic Imrt been young and tlielv plunges Jollowed drinking parlies. Ryan, u retired police SEEK FORIBLE Cotton Growers Consider Eslablishment of Soy Bean Crushing Planl. WILSON. Ark.-T. O. Dill. 56, was found dead In his bed earls' s!"mt' " lorn ' llB at his home, in Mr, Dill was born In Dillsboro, N C... moved lo Memphis W years ago. and for the past seven years has been employed here at the Lee Wilson cotnpviy lumber mill He was an active member of the Baptist clmrcli antl lodge. He is survived by his wife, one son J. M. Dill, of Memphis, and brother, J. u. Dill, of Dillsboro N. C. Funeral services .were held Monday afternoon at 3:30 from the National Funeral Home, and burial was made at Forrest Hill cem- elery. Memphis. Masonic Wilt Show Holy Land Films at Second Church Motion pictures of the Holy Land, taken by Coleman Craig, Baptist layman, will be shown by Mr. Craig In a meeting at the Second Baptist church this evening. 7:30 o'clock. He will speak briefly, as the Pictures are shown, of the Holy Land as he found ii when touring turopc this summer There will be no collection and Ihe public Is cordially invited according to the Rev. J T Renfro pastor. ' willi -the prospect - thai cotton acreage will..be. ,restricted for a number of years lo come. if not permanently, cotton growers of this vicinity are seeking other cash crops, suitable to local soil and climatic conditions and for which a satisfactory market exists. Production of beans and spinach for the Blytheville Canning company has solved the problem for a number, but whatever expansion there may te in acreage- of such crops is certain to be small compared with the acreage diverted from cotton. There has been a large increase In feed crops but profitable use ot land for lids purpose is virtually limited by local demand. doy beans have produced highly satisfactory yields in this county, but lack of proper harvesting and marketing facilities has limited Ihe profits from them. They have been valuable as soil builders and Rr feed but have counted for little as a c«sli crop. Faced with the necessity of finding a good cash crop In addition to cotton, however, a number of fanners are considering (he advisability of putting iheir own money into n co-operative plant for crushing soy beans. Such R plant, they believe, would eliminate the marketing difficulty so far as this crop Is concerned, and would Justify the additional in-1 vestment necessary for equipment in,. lo harvest the beans. i" ;j' 11 is understood that n co-op- j Mar !ralive organization formed for, May July Oct. llarvy Joe II. Already A Slar i grant. Two lilin notables gst only "lilt" ,> :ir t.s in this act. but how they like t! The star Is Harry Joe Brown II, whom his fond film diieclor. is proudly holding, as Mollier SnDv Baby Harry Joe now is 9 weeks old. pajm. the famed Eilcrs sin [ids i tv . TodayMarkets New York Cotton i c °«°» YORK. Nov. 19. (UP)- closcd barely steady. open high low clow ... 1227 1233 1227 1227 ... 1232 1238 1232 1232 ... 1238 1243 1238 1238 ... 123G 1241 1235 1230 ... 1234 1238 1233 1233 1200 1209 1203 1201 Ihe purpose of building and operating a crushing plant would b? ^ «, u i«« tjlu Eble to borrow perhaps 05 per Spots closed steady at 1255, ront of the necessary capital from i' 1 "" 10 "' 1 some one of the federal govern- intnfs loan agencies. Preliminary changed. un- Assessed Fine of $50 for Liquor Possession Roy Bidwell was fined $50 In municipal court Saturday on a charge of illegal possession of intoxicating liquor. A charge of transporting liquor against Bidwell was nol pressed. Henry Chandler was fined $5.50 for operating a car without slate license Trial of A [,. Cofcrorn on i of petit larceny was postponed until Thursday of thh week. Two men were fined $10 each for public drunkenness. Bandits Take $1,200 From Illinois Bank ., Nov. 19 iup>- ba ndfUi raided the Shan- k t0day ' forced thc vsult ' lm a »« r bind- lllrce ofllcm ° investigation has indicated that, if such a loan could be obtained an aclual cash investment of $2 r i 008 lo $35,000 by interesled grow'- ers would le sulficlem lo eslab- lish the plant. The crushing of soy heans is a well established tmltism- in cen- ' tral Illinois, where tf ere'lias been a large commercial soybean acreage for a number of years. The oil Is used in paints and other New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 19"(iJP> — Cotlon futures held steady and about unchanged on ths New Orleans col ton exehnnie lotlny. pec. Jan. Mar. July Oct. re were several periods of sell, . but toirard the close leading ; industrials and rails showed gains. 1 A. T. and T Anaconda Copper Bethlehem Steel ...'.'.'.'.' Chrysler Cities Service Coca Cola General American Tank General Electric ... General Motors ." International Harvester Montgomery Ward New York Central Packard ...' '' Phillips Petroleum .... Radio Corp 1 1-2 MS ' 37 19 3-3 open high lov: close I 1228 1231 1528 1229 ' 1232 1211 I22S 1236 1241 mo 1234 1206 124C 12-11 1240 1203 1211 1273 1234 1205 120C products go Into [lie manufacture 1 uf glue and other prodiicls return to farmers, while nol hied has been sufficient, even in depression years, lo compare favorably with that from oilier crops. County Agent J. E. Ciitz, who. <oT years has urged Increased I planting of soy beans, particular-1 ly as a soil builder. Is strongly' Interested In the proposal If Chicago Wheat op?n high low close Bee 100 5-8 101 7-8 100 ft-8 101 May on \--2 ion 3-« 99 :t-a 90 3-4 38 1-2 29 5-8 21 4 1-8 15 3-1 -,- I! Simmons Ueds 10 1-2 St. Louls-S3ii Francisco 1 1-2 Standard of N. J. .12 1-3 Texas Co .. "" 52 "• s ' Steel ;..;; 355.3 v. S. Smelting nc 3 .| Melfesson-Robbilis 77-5 ^ ' 3 7-3 Mayor Shane Presides in Municipal Court ... ,..„,, t/ , vitv&ai, 11 H, _ can be worked out successfully lie DcQ 84 believes it will aflord an almost - v 84 ideal solution of the acreage reduction problem Inasmuch as soy beans, while bringing a welcome Chicago Corn high low Cecil Shane wftmu .Judge Shane for a few minutes t,;ls afternoon sitting as aclfng alroii '" rmmiicll ' al col "'t- !» the ham. The court specdllv disposed of n lew unconlestcd cases Oawes and Young Are Guests of Harvey Couch HOT SPRINGS, Nov. 10. (Up) -Charles O. Dawes, former vlce- Jirraident, and Owen D. young Industrialist and financier, arrival here today to Join n party of lotablcs being entertained by Harvey c. Couch, utilities magnate, his Lake Catharine lodge Dawcs and Young were met ai Ihe train by Senator .Ice nohln- "'" and R. S. Hechl, of New Ors. president of ihe American Bankers association. Young will speak at Hendrix college. Conway, tomorrow. —W. A. Jones and,'-C. p;- Couch of Slircvcpori, La., arrived here late Saturday with 14 others In n powerful dual-motored Cities Service monoplane. Willard Mack, Director and Actor, Dies Suddenly HOLLYWOOD, Cal.. Nov. 19 (U D—Willard Mack, 01, ac-tor, author and film director, died today at. his Bcverley Hill's home after n sudden hear! attack. He was in good health until n few days ago when he suffered a slight illness. His condition, however, WHS nol alarming until late last night. Early 10- day he collapsed and died wllh llis fourlh wife, Hie former Beatrice Baynard, beside nim. Mack was one of Die mast versatile figures In (he theatrical world. . —"on,, ul wiliuuku. had paid enough for „ p| ecc ,' of Itmt! .bought sight unseen from Fred R. Lcepor, also of Chicago and Instruclcd that he would W nave to make remaining payments tolaling $100 and Interest on the $2,000 transaction. ! A writ of cerllornrl, asfccd' ; lo force submission • of records In the St. Francis Levee district cnbe against T. J. nalney, In Lee county, was denied. Stork Frequent Caller at Relief Roll Homes SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Nov 19 (U P>—They call 'them "blessed events" In many inswnces, but the relief authorities of Green county can't see them that way. ' For the last month It has been baby a day for the families on relief rolls." Dr. John W. Williams, county health commissioner, said, "and I'm afraid It will keep up for the duration of the depression." From Sebastian countv, Arkanas. MKi fiosc Minden. FEH.-\ nurse, reported there had teen 67 births to relief roll families since September 1. Island's Judge Will Not Get White Gloves NANTUCKET, Mass. (UP)-The customary pair of white gloves vlll have to be omitted this year Jecause the Island's almost spot- ess record has been darkened, 're given to the judge when no ive giben to Ilie Judge when no citizen has been brought- to court, This year many names appeared on ihe court docket, so the iresidlng Justice will have to keep ne old ones. 84 Cl050 / 85 i Turkeys cash income, will at, ... --- T,- 42 Cls. Each 3-4 85 3-4 84 3-4 85 5-fll OGDEN, Utah (UP)-An aver^_ ;age Income of 42 cents per bird '- Pl'jVW'' as '' ealiMd b y u "»h turkey grow- v / MCCrl ers m 1933, according to an an- i nlvsls by Carl Frischknechl ex- the same* NPIV v«Br7~TT" „ !. vsl , s •' Ctlrl Fr| schknechl, ex- time maintain and increase the I Good „ J f' f ov ' l9 <UP) -~ Ucns ' 011 P"u»n'man nt the Utah productiveness of the land for'rini , ? Hl ° ne tlle lilie ex -i stalc Agriculture College. He bas- cotlon. <^ for the utility companies bol- cd his analysis on the reports of . SI CrCf! f ll.-i rtri^l- ii>n..l.^t I, J_ .. ic !-.._- ^_ _.. .. i---*.. «• * . i . . i 1 tlio stock market today. 15 large co-operator; Half Moon Baby Dies Blllte Jean Daley, 10 months )ld daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. c. i', Daley, succumbed at 1:55 o'clock yesterday at the family | home In the Half Moon com- i'".unity. Her death was attributed to complications resulting from a long Illness of whooping cough. Funeral services were held this afternoon at the home with the Rev. Mr. Van Bibber officiating. Interment, was made ot Wilkins cemetery. The L. O. Moss Undertaking company was in charge Rules Districts May Vote Conlinuinjj Levies to Retm: Debts. UTTLB ROCK, Nov. Ill HJ1>)- C--nllnuliu> luxes for Edwin dh- <iiot bniklinx funds can b« voled, the state supreme court held today In reversing 'uii uplnion It luiiHled down recently in .(, iijites- villc bond rcfimdliif; rase. The rilllne today applies to some $27,000,000 worth of outstanding Arkansas school dislrlcl bonds It holds that a inlllugc ia:< lo velire huilding bonds can be voted for H (jlv.-n number of years without Imvlnf to bt voted on eacl year. Cfvfs Security Without (he Inlerprelalton given lotlny bond holders would linve nUk' nwurnnce of nnnual matur- tv pnyincnls, atlorneyf, e.vplalnec lo Ihe United Press. Act 28 of the 1033 legislature specifically authorizes, the supreme coiirl snM. "the voting of a continuing ievy for building bonds when the act is complied with." Granted that (he wording of Ihe act was awkward, the opinion said the ob.;rel as "(o advise the electors thhi a conUniilng ] C vy for the building f mu | lvas , 0 , lt •oted on end the number of .•ears the levy should run." The/ tilling upheld the Inile- J-imlcHce chancery court In its refusal to holt Issuance of $110500 worth of refunding bonds In liat'es- villc school district number one-as renwsled by E. o. Parsons. , St. Francis Writ Refused In another Independence coun- '•' CP 5 ^ -Jhe. .supreme court heln hal, Mart: T.'-Smllli, 'ifdlVicago linrl r^ntit -,..-,._i. _ _ • IV -*TO"I New. Treasury; fa Assistant ] •*Ji r :"r. Hermondale Negro Dies of Bullet Wounds Clabe Jones, negro resident, of the Hermondale, Mo., community succumbed at the Blythcville hospital last' nlghl. to bullet wounds Inflicted by another negro, several hours before. Jones was said to have been called from his house by the other iit'gro irt;o promptly rired four shots at .Jones at close range All took: effect, the victim being shot In the abdomen and both arms. The Identity of his assailant was nol know'n here. High School Boy Slain in Slot Machine Theft TROY, N. y., Nov . 13 <rjp) _ Thomas Graham, 19, high school senior, vas shot and killed by police lotlay after he and a companion. Kenneth Collon 17 allegedly stole two slot machines from a shoe shining establishment. Collon escaped but was captured later. Little Huffman Child Victim of Pneumonia WlJma Sue Bomar. 2 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bomar, of Huffman, <n c d at 0-50 o'clock Saturday night at Ihe Bl>- thevilie hospital. Her death ival attributed to pneumonia. Funeral services wera held Sunday afternoon at Cobb chapel with the Rev. J. i,. Nevreom of- iclallng. Interment-was made at Sawj-ers cemetery'. The Cobb Undertaking company was in charge of funeral arrangements. The deceased Is survived by her parents, two sisters, Eiwanda ind Olcndine. and one brolher Richard. Mlsa Josephine Roche, Colorrulo mhio operator who established a higher acalo ot pay Hmn competitors nnd sllll wasp.lile to allow a Jrolit. will Imvc cliargo ot Hie wolfaro ami lienllli of tlio tliou- ennds of emiiloyea of dm U. 8. Treasury Department In her newly created imst wllli tlllo of Aa- si.iluiu Secretory of Mis Treasury. PflH|flpl[ Record Inclica ie's"" Impi'-oV' ed Conditions Says Heaci of Credit Bank. ST. LOUIS, Nov. 10. (urj _ President Joseph R. cosgrove of -he sixth Federal Intermediate Jredit bank, announced todaj hat repayments have-already b°en received on more than 90 per cent of the short term loans made nls season for production of cot- ~io and discounted by (he bank He Interpreted the fact as neaning "Improved agricultural conditions among farmers of 11- Inols, Mlfsoiirl and Arkansas" "sin'!"''* st ^tes comprising Ihe Of n totnl of ^ $3,110.074 dls- rountwl collon loans, Cosgrove mid only «2r>7.8KO remained mi- nimi, "with a large part of this Him not yet due." Report of Main Street Robbery Is Unconfirmed The report (hat, a negro woman vas forced to v turn over her purs- containing 515. (o a negro gunman n the henrt of the Mnin s uv M business section Saturday night ould not be confirmed by police According lo the report from another source the neero woman vns looking at a display of coats n n slore window In the 300 West fain street block and had asked ne proprielor, standing nearby lie price of one. The negro ban- ait. «, large man, walked up to he woman and, concealing a ilstol from others walking bv hoved it at Ihe negro le took h<> o»g R a i) g e Outlook, However, Can't Be Predicted With Assurance. WABIHNCITON, Nov. 10 (UP) -Promise of the United States Chamber of Commerce to cooperate with Ihe administration practically assures a moderate bus!-' ness boom in Ihe next five or six weeks. Helter business will center Jiouinl the best Christmas trade The forecast after thai Is for: «radiial employment and business ( improvement provided strikes can be avoided. Official opinion Is op- < limlstic. But there Is np ossu.r-' ' mice that the economic armistice iioved In October by the bonkers mil seconded tost week by the chamber will obtain the hoped for permanent notional recovery cooperation. .',;: illust Control Congress ""' 'he chamber and the bankers i be compelled to surrender on some big issues before the armis- Ice becomes a t m - mal peace.. And there are factors more or less un- liredlclable auch as the 74ih coii" Si-ess, which will take office Jan- 111117 3, If Mr. Roosevelt falls to conlro) congress business will desert him for more conservative leadership. Organized labor doubts the chamber could approve a recovery program "fair nnd just" to labor ns ivell as to capital . '••> "cnry I. ilarriimiii, chamber pireMent, hopes the offer of cooperation will 'persuade the ad- in nlslratlon lo deal with the elec- . I'^.-MWV. Interests by ',nego- iTiUlons rather, than using force- agonist them hVa far flung program of public owned utilities. : Labor Sees Upturn •'.•-v.J:'"'. 'ASHINGTON, Nov. 19 (UP)— r The American Federation of Lator today reported better business but Indicated a cautious attitude loivnnl Improvement ' in , business . sentiment," • Other, reports Indicated serious labor controversies remain close- under the surface. The Federation's monthly bulletin declares It could not forecast how far Improvement in sentiment, "will succeed In stimulating business." However it, noted upturns -in soft coal, steel, electric power, textiles, and building construction ami declared the business world 11 a better position to go ahefcd than at this time last year. , "The strong wine of 'business optimism." the report said, "may stimulate Industry to action again but production and employment, cannot go on Increasing unless a steady Increase in workers' buy-' l«S power creates a growing 'market for goods." he shadow of an empty store wilding. U w-as slated Police Chief Ed Rice said no cport of the Incident had reach" police. Men' Edwin Broussard, Former Louisiana Senator, Dies NEW 1BEHIA7H., Nov ' 19 (CT ')-Former U. s. Senator Edwin S. Broussard, who lias been ill for several weeks, died at his. lome here today. He was 59. ' Funeral services will be held in New Iberia tomorrow. Fulreli Grants Stay to Condemned Slayer LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 19. (up) -A 30-day stay of execution for a! Christian Revival Tonight )s men's night at the evival ,t the First" chrislffS hurch. The pastor, the Rev V " Butteworth, Is challenging the ^LJ° out " u '" 1 *' r the women In ttendance. The siibject. of the j sermon tonight is "The Last Round-up" and will be preached In cow-boy terminology. Cowboy songs will be sung and a western atmosphere will prevail. The s°r- vfce begins at 7:30. No collections are being taken and everyone is welcome. Legion Meets Tonight The Ditd post of the "« «* o'clock, at the new hut, It . WEATHER Arkansas—cloudy, probably rain tonight and Tuesday. Memphis and vicinity-Cloudy tonight and Tuesday, probably occasional r»in. '.'• .."•" Langdon Family Holds Reunion at Memphis A reunion ot the family of Mr. and Mrs. W. s. Langdon of this city was held at the" home of f>fr. and Mrs. Byron Bartholemesr, 1310 Vance Avenue, Memphis, Sunday. f • With Mr. and Mrs. Langdon In a group for the first time In several years were their four daughters, two grand daughters and their husbands and children. Those present included: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reynolds and two sons of Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Norswouhy, Jr., and son of North Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. O. L. smith, and son and daughter of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. J. L, LeCo;npte and two daughters of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Welch Poster of Blytheville and Mr. and Mrs. Bartholemew and their Ihree sons and one daughter.

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