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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 22, 1934
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BLYITDEVILLE^COCRIER NEWS ; M ^ ft 8T AHKANBAB AND fiOLTTfiYAfrr MiMMrtum * ^*^ Served by the United Press Blythevmt D»UJ New Mississippi Vlley VOL. XXXI—NO. 213 Blythevllls Ocurtet B ljtbavUl« Herald , NOVEMBBK 22, 1984 lines " Longs rs of onfederac Meet TlIC ' ^'v^'-iNOS, Ark., Nov. 22 -1 nr us^N-iv 1 : ' m '° r iuu ' Mrs - "ucy '•• • '." ' •£* vi\^: <>' Louisiana nt-rlved here r|||*T*| V \ !< ^-^'iy on tiieir bolnted honeymoon Farmers Urged to Attend Gatherings Throughput Counly Next Week The cotton situation- hi this country and abroad and Its relation to the cotton adjustment program w.ill be explained to Mississippi county farmers next week at 23 community meetings, 20 In the northern district of the county and nine In the Osceota district. The meetings, starting Monday, November 2C, were announced by Hudson Wren, Osceola, and J. E, Crltz, Blytheville, county - agricultural agents, who today are at. Marked Tree attending a regional meeting sponsored by the. agricultural extension service. Among others at Marked Tree today are Ira Crawford, special cotton assistant 'in", the county agent's office, Troy "..Mulllns, assistant: county agent; 'c. C. Langston, Otto Bradberry, Ray Whitcmore, C. E. Crigger, B. P. Loflin, Herman Mat- trip. They were extended a, warm welcome by Mayor Leo P. Me- Laughlln and other officials and t-ivtc leaders. Senator Long was invited to lead the Tort Smith and Hot Springs high school bands In n parade preceding their fo.Aball game here Friday afternoon anil to make a speech between halves. Industrial Activity Also Appeal From Decision o. Wynne Justice Plannec by Organizers WYNNE. Ark,, Nov. 22 (UP)II. L. Mitchell, Tyixmta, leader i> (lie Southern Tenant Farmers Un ion movement in tills section, sal< today he. was' arranging nppcn bonds for four persons fined here yesterday In connection wllli imloi organizing activities. ' One of the men, u M.-Mills Marked Tree, union organizer, wn- charged with receiving money under false pretenses anil of inti'i-- Icring with labor, lie was Ilno< S5C by Justice of the Peace c. If Chliclress. Deputy J'rpseciiling At- j tcrncy James Robertson charged lurns Upward for ,", M ; m , 1 " n i s " il> C!u ' ds so! " "y :Mnit — - ' I'fstol (he union ns incorporalcd- which was not true, he said. The oilier three men. all of <v,a,, ™ i ., i, , ^ '"=*""<• coincided witn a ser- thews, Charles Lutes, Pete Oil- ics of orders from the national more, C, P. -nicker, and H. I. Gil- recovery administration showing a '" ' ' general business upturn for the Tomorrow at 10 o'clock there will Christmas season and a resultant be a meeting at the courthouse shortage of skilled workers. The here of cotton committcemen and NRA granted 15 firms exemption others to lay plans for next week's from code work hour limitations community meetings, the purpose so that they could catch 'up with of_which Is^to give cotton farmers 'heir orders. prepare The labor department's slatis- poll of l«al bureau said that construc- information ' which will them for next month's ,„.. „, —_ „ „— lllul , uulu ,, u . uc . cotton _prodiicers on continuation t-lon of new homes and business of the Bankhead cotton control P'opertles, Including alterations act. "These meetings will be concerned with the purpose of the cotton in adjustment prograni, foreign cot- "-L. |)er cent ton 'production, and world' consumption 'of cotton. Every cotton ' farmer of thk county should make special effort to attend his com- montn 's building permits increased munily meeting, in order to have the,latest and most complete facts. ducers. and therefore all . cotton growers should have ' a complete \understandl_ng of the cotton situ- '^TJrSi^^lV^-i'n urging, ^attendance at the meetings. 17.2 per cent over September. Bo Sherman Will Keep Henderson Coaching Job community The schedule of meetings follows: Osceoja District: Tuesday, November 27: —Joiner, H. Spicer, leader; Wilson, Elstner Beall, leader; Whitton, J. F Tompkins, leader: Wednesday, November 28:—Osccola, J. F. Tompkins, leader; Luxora, J. A. Pigg, leader; Burctette, H. Wren, leader. Monday, November 26: — Ketoer H. Wren, leader; West Rid°e II' Wren, leader; Etowah, J. A. rW leader. All of the Osceola district meetings are scheduled for 7 p. m. except that at Keiser, which Is set for 3 p. m. Chickasawba Districts Monday, November 26:—Arrnorel school, Dlyth'eville courthouse, Gosnell school, 7:30 p. : m.; Promised Land school, 2'p. m. Tuesday, November 27:—Tomato school, 9:30 a. m.; Huffman school, Forty and Eight school. Number Nine school. Hair Moon school, Carmi school, Dell school, Box Elder school, Pawhcen school, 10 n. m.; Clear Lake school, Yarbro school, Ekron school, -Manila theater, Lost Cane school, Leachville school, Boynton' school, 2 p. m.; Nets' Liberty school, 2:30 p. m.; Brown Spur school, 1:30 p. in. Wednesday, November 28:—New Hope school, Shady Grove school, 10 a. m. _ Discussion leaders 'for the Chick- nsawba district meetings will be named at the meeting In Blythe- vllle tomorrow morning, chiefly from among those attending the conference at Marked Tree today. There B-ill a ko be meetings for negro farmers at the Armorel ne- gro school at 2 p. m. Monday, the Blytheville negro school at T30 p. in. Monday, and at the flick- man negro school at 2 p. m. Tuesday. Bo hall- Tea line-up _ . , delayed Relatives Battle for •--••• . Construction of the proposed His dismissal had been'predicted llcw Hncs from Lake Baikal in in. Ith Hie filing of a formal pro- icrl0f Siberia to the Pacific par- test by the College of the Ozarks n11el '° but north ot the presen' for playing of three allegedly in- Trans-Siberian, would give thi eligible men in a fcotball game. Soviet union a second line 01 Sherman said in a letter lo the tianspoil in (lie event Japan board that a written statement, should capture or destroy the eas- purportcdty from Dr. J. p. Worn- tcrn section of the Transact, president of the - college and Siberian, which runs near the Governor Futi'ell, approving use Manchurian border, ot the men, had, : been "delivered to him nrter the star tin was announced. . He ,„. starting the game to get the men Veterans Asked lo Present Discharges OSCEOLA, Ark.—William Anderson, manager of the national reemployment office at Osceola, has Issued a request to all war veterans registered \vith the office to report there as soon as possible, Winging their discharges. War veterans are'entitled to certain preferences In employment but 'I is necessary,. Mr. Anderson explained, that the office have posi- "vc verification of their service. A n »mber of men have registered as veterans who, according to records i 5>' their ages, could not possibly r avc see,, mr 'service, he said. Christmas Season WASHINGTON, Nov. 22 (UP)_ i moderate boom fn the building rade's, with the Indexes up nearly 30 per cent In October, .was re- :orted today by the bureau of afcor statistics. The report coincided with a ser- md repairs, totaled $50,583,525 last nonth, compared with $38,993,419 " September. The increase was Parkin, were charged inter- leo-lng with labor mid were finet $50 each. They ere W. H. Stultz " T Butler, schoolteacher, and B. Bi'askin, negro preacher. IN EIBI5IBERIII Russia Would Industrialize Area North of cfiuria ,' Man- MOSCOW, Nov. 22 (UP)—A gl- rantic plan for railway building in '" Soviet far east, an area of lions of or more. The R ° CK - ^ ov - 22 r '«an''wiTl.Wnipln-He . The project involved construction of a new west-to-east line almost, a diird of "the way across Siberia to the Pacific; double- tracking of those portions of the Tians-SIberian railway at present single-tracked, and creation of a (net work of branch lines in the — Icr 5. ll °'y north of Manchuria. would mean crea-. io Sherman will.remain-head [opt- Thc project would mean crea- .at. Henderson " : SJate 'ion of an industrial-empire irr a 'eachers college, Arkadeiphla, .the region of Siberia'which"' ; recently OllB&I* hn-ltvt f\f t T-iie»nr\* • ,!„.*.. I \VflR IVllrltii-nnr*. - r — ..^. u i-wjitgc, riJrvatJUJJJI1JE1, -(HE »*'o"-'«t vt OiUI college board of trustees decreed was wilderness. today. dressed Car Heater Stolen A hot-water 'was .stolen from a The heater was removed intact, all connections and equipment be- ng taken. . : •-. ' Police have no clues as to the identity of the thief. ' ANXHOI.LISTKR, dis- -^-iippoJiitcd. in Tony Midcli\^.rnns jiwuy It) nnuTV \vrallliy yonii" IVtiT Ki-iulall. i'lic'n "l>u- i-aiisc he doesn'l hive licr," shy rims away from Pclcr. At least, so Ami iK'Ucvos vnilil . . . . fil'fcf :i scries ol' tlirilliii.i; iiilvenhirL's Aim foinos li.« realize lli;it a "friendly iiiiirriiiSc" lias blossomed into real love. An unusual love stury wiili tlirce licroinus, yet so in el hint; more Itian u J'oiiKiiilic y celebration or of Dan(c ,. Boon j ^Beginning Today on Page 7 $800,000 Left by Ohioan .egislrilurc \Vill Legalize tailing Machines, Rep- vesentalive Declares LITI-l.H HOCK, Nov. 22 (UP) —I'uifnmlucl belllnii at horsu races ill rtrkiinsiis \vlll he If^nll/.vit wllh- IH 15 days after the li't'lslnlure :onvenc.s .lanuiivy M, i)r j A CliiJi-llnii, veil couiiiy roprpsenii'- Ive, pri'dleted todny. 1 DJ-. CJirlsdaii said lie would iponsor tho l;ill, uml Unit lie hail mllclc-nl piojnlses of Voles to Insure Its passage iHsrorc the start of spi'lnc nurliiB nt Hot Sjirlii(;s. The bill as drawn provides a 25-c«it lux on ,.in.|, admission and n ucrwiilugc of the parl- llie slate liospltal for 'nervous dls- tn-ses and tn the slate lubfi-ciilosi.'i sanitarium, The first meeting '61 the,. United Daughters of the Confederacy ever lo be held north of the .Mnson-plson line assembled this week hi New York. Officers of the orennlziillon are shown at hcadtiuaitcrs in Hotel Roosevelt, preparing to register delegates. Left to right, sland- ng, aic Mrs. George Dismukcs, chnlmian of pages; Mrs. M.- W.' Crocker, first vice-president general; Miss Jessica Handolpli Smith, whose father designed the ling ot the Confederacy; and Mrs. William E R. Byrne, ex-president general. -Sealed is M, 5 . u, t |c ( | a || cy W aleotli • or the credentials committee. Jot Springs Woman Again Heads U. D. C. NEW YORK,'Nov. 22 (UP) — ilrs. Annie G. Masscy, o( Hot Springs, Ark., was re-elected prcs- dent-gcnarnl of the United Daughters of the Confederacy -todny it the forty-'flrst annual conven- lon here—the first ever held north if the Mason-Di.xon, line. ' ' p araguay Claims New , 'Victory in Ghaco War ASUNCION, Paraguay, ^fov. 22 |JP)-,^, Paraguayan 'soldiers have iptiired Fort ' Guachalla,, •next Bolivian stronghold In their vicarious march northward,;It .was nnouncert today. They also earby. took Port Beatriz, Cubs Swap Bush, Weaver For Lindslrom, French LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 22' (UP) —The Chicago Cubs today com- leted another big deal, sending itchers Guy Bush mid Jim Wcn- er and Outncldcr Babe Hcrnmn o Pittsburgh in exchange for Out- Woman Diver Locates Old Great Lakes Wreck SANDUSKY, O. (UP)-Mrs. Margaret Campbell Gordon, New York, at CO, known as the only woman deep-sea diver in the country, believes she has found the wreck of the schooner. New Brunswick, which sank in Lake Erie oil Point Pelce In 1859. carrying a valuable cargo of oak and-walnut logs. Mrs. Goodman said she would attempt soon to salvage the long sunken cargo, made more valuable, she explained, by reason of Its Jong under - water seasoning. She believes the cargo worth between 5250,000 and $500,000. Lake men believe that If salvage of the New Brunswick's cargo Is successful, search will begin for valuable liquor and other cargoes believed to He on the lake bottom between Put-In-Bay and Monroe, Mich. Talked Four .Days KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) -A „ to eat or sleep. He -— quesMoiis intelligently, "nd Ifllked mostly of religion. His leldcr Freddie LindsTrom and Larry French, southpaw pitcher. Nation to Honor Zachary Taylor Memory .Taylor, CLEVELAND (UP)-Pighfc of 49 ., ..„..,,„, «, UU u cousins of Ihe late William Da-vey, No cash was involved. Jr.. wealthy eccentric, who left $300,000 in cash, is back to its starting point after reversal by the Court of Appeals of a ruling by Common pleas Judge Frederick p Walt her. Davcy died in 1931, with no parents and no brothers and sisters and provision that his fortune be disposed of according to law. Probate Judge George s. Adams ruled that one-eighth should go to the only living uncle and Ihe other seven-eighths be divided cquallv among the 49 cousins. The case then was Uiken to Common Pleas Court and Judge Walther ruled that the seven-eighths should be divided,.with half going lo nine paternal cousins. The other half, was ordered divided equally among 40 maternal cousins. The 40 appealed. The new i iling put, them on an equal per- share basis with the nine paternal cousins. in Five-Cent Dice Game STEELE, Mo—A Quarrel over a 5-cent crap game ended In death Wednesday night for Lewis Guy, negro. Harvc Renfro, store proprietor heard a shot rir«l in the home of Oliver Cumin, negro, on the V. W. Coleumii rarm, and rushed over In lime to hear the dying negro name Gumm as his slayer. They had been rolling dice f or nickels. Dog Likes to Fish; But He Still Has to Alibi AKRON, o. (UP)—"Pat."' n persistent three-year-old spaniel of Job patience, likes to fish. That is he likes to try to fish. He's been rymg it for two years. Pat belongs to Bob Anderson, proprietor of Dusty's Landing on nirkeyroot Lake, near here. "Lack of technique," explains Anderson, apologizing for h|s pet's poor showing ns an Izaak Walton. Pat lunges terrifically into the water, and _ misses again - •• keeps twolltb presiilcnt o[ the United States, will lie honored Nov. 24, l_n a ^nation-wide observance of tlie ISOtli anniversary ot Ills birth iu Orniige county, Va. He ilieil in 1S5D,- after 16 raoiillis in ofllce. Above is an imtsl'a conception of "Old Hougli nnd Ready," iiero ot the Mexican War. Company Qualifies f nY fJnvprnmnnf uOVemment The Ford Motor HOME EDITION *•* i ~ SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Call Courier For Score Of Big Giime By Quarters lilylhevillc j-oollwii rl ms w |, 0 ((o not make Ihc trip [ o Walnut RIO BO lor the Wyllicvlllo-Walmil nidge B«ino tomorrow may secure reports or tits guiiio by quarters by tole- lioulni! tlie Courier News The report, or tlm score nt [lie end or the first ouartc,- W | H , (rob . ably ba available by 2:« o'clock The- Courier News telephono numbers arc 30U and M7 Uor I to •aihive of Naval Limitation Would Be Cataslmphc Says British Leader LONDON, Nov. 22. (UP)-Slr John Simon, foreign secretary proclaiming that u breakdown of naval IniUulton would be » world catns- trophc, nrgucd hi th e 1,01150 or commons today for equality fn nnvnl security. Equality of security, he said would net necessarily ,,,Kin tlnu all Heels should i» of eniml size. His-remarks were interpreted as in appeal to Japan to mortify her demand for absolute parity Simon denied the negotiation* Hail broken down. E. R. Bogan District / Deputy Grand Master •".•Apporntment of 's. II.'' Bogan Luxm-it, as district deputy grand master for the tenth district, embracing Mississippi, cralghead mid Polnsett counties, WHS announced U)' A. B. Sunn, new grand master P. and'A. M. of Arkansas, at the closing session of Hie annum grand lodge communication at Llllli. nock yesterday. Mr. Bunn appolnlc;! district d«p- uty grand masters for each of the as districts and nlso named grand : lodge committees. Sunday he and w. A. Thomas new grand secretary, will attend a joint meeting of nil subordinate Kjdges of. Arkansas, Mississippi'and Tennessee, at Memphis, u (si expected that at least 50 Arkansas lodges will be represented nl the meeting, at which 5,000 Masons are expected. M 'n wu Is tTiu 000, T wilt Ing prove ugc soon Dccen pletlt.. .. intension V\ Ion: pla , further flows es •ml the cl to the elfdr. dttlons' years part the Nc (lie Rivervale Maintenance Work Is Completed .. . Tli» Vollracr Construction com- WASHINGTON, Nov. 22 (UP)— pany J'Mttrdny completed repair and maintenance work on culverts and ditches at Rlverdnle,- four miles iiibmittcd a ".satisfacloiy certi- -......„, *„„( jmiti flcatc of compliance with NRAi . " of LcP»"l«. for Drainage enabling its local agencies to bid Dlstrlct 7 as polnsctt county and successfully on government, con- Drai » a ge District n or Mississippi tracts, the interior department co "" ty disclosed today in revealing pur- Jflc «' ori: ' which cost 51,000, was chase of a Ford truck from North- V o " e lo 6 lve n frc e outlet to water west Motor company, ofr-Bethesda, " *">'"»-> • "W., a. Washington suburb. Tlic contract, awarded by the interior department to 'the Bethesda agency, is the first government purchase from Henry Ford since tlie automobile code—which he refused to sign—was put into effect. Seek To Identify Death Victim As County Resident 'Authorities nt Finlcy, Tcnn. 'today were attempting to Identify a man killed there as J. T. Potts, r, and — rntsscs, a°ain and mnn killed " lcrc as J. T. Potts, i. But lie doesn't quit Hej snd lo be " resident of the Mai right on trying, every day m • or Leaclivilie section In the — northwest section of Mississippi to Pair,. !>„.,„•., •>,.,_„ county. To Paint Dean's Portrait DURHAM, fq. c. (UP)- Miss Irene Price, of Wilmington, Dei., bee According lo reports Potts was a witness of a dance hall brawl Caraway-several months ago the t a portrait of the late Dean I Arnold, who was killed In an' • |p au l any of your relief stamp pennies. Evary dollar of relief funds Is made to return five, ten or more dollars In wajts. Some of your money has ganc to "buy Malarial Fever Pall l Morris, ten-year-old son of i m •-«•« «v mt 4UHik*jf iiumc HV '••so, p.m. Tuesday after several months illness ot malarial fever. He is survived by his parents and six brothers and sisters. Services were held at 12 o'clock -"»-«Kij v«i iv. 11511111. Jiii»> ivj UUIll lull IO US condition was caused by a shock, the, relief stamps. —_. •••*.%.» ntitj IIIMI (Wednesday nt Leachvllle, and " " " """"" *"* HMH^I | • WflS tnSdp til HlP r^lfVvullln mma neoplc. It will take lots of money iUry. Lsachvllle ceme- llils winlcr for these purposes, so don't fail to use your share of • O, Moss undertaking company was in charge of arrangements. ~ ---.. "..*n.u nj VVMIC1 from the drainage systems and to repair damage done by an accumulation of 500 feet of drift, which had reached a height of six to eight leet. Approximately 3.000 lineal feel of piling was driven. France Demands Share in Exports of Wheat BUDAPEST, Hungary;' Nov. 32 (UP) — Prance, hilherto a noii- cxporttng nation, caused consternation at (he International wheat conference today by demanding an export quota greater tlian that of the United States, Jean Chavard of France demanded that- hts country be given a share of the world market with a 1935 export quota on the grounds !hat her surplus stock must be sold abroad. He was understood to have asked a quota of 20,000,000 bushels, which is more jhan the United States Is asking. Gean Baby Dies Walter B. Gean, three months old son of Itfr. and Nfrs. Redmond Gean, of the Tomato community tiled nt the family home this morning at 6:00 A. M., after a faw days Illness of pneumonia. Services will be held at tlie home at 1 P. M. Friday, with the Rev. P. A. Moore officiating. Burial will be made at the Sawyer cemetery at 2 o'clock. The child Is survived by.hlj parents, and six brothers and sis- ISflT BIG If BUILT -omplelion of Project Will Restore \Valcr lo Fonn- or Level \ i ; [Tcmperatwcs Drop Sharply in Middle West; No*. Flood Threat in State ,' KANSAS CITY, ^fo Nov. 22 (U I')— Dalu which tinned' to spow* and tempcinlmes that dipped be- ' low the freezing niaik today brought, to an end the mid-west's Indian Summer. Sweeping nortlienshviml tho storm left in 1 Us wake' comer weather geneinlly nml .soaking rains that gave tile (aims moisture i that wan badly needed . - <• 4 Slxie .ron smnll dams at Dig l.nke, nlles west or here, part of a •- level restoration project which - cost the unite,) stlUCi , gov . nent between $50.001) anil $75- were completed this week, wo large dams lo prevent the =i- level („ the Mko from fall- below lour feet, which will tin- 'e fishing n nd nlford better ref- for ducks, are to be built as as weather conditions ncrmll ->ml)cr 5 Is the- date set for coin-'Ion but it is possible Hint an - -nston may be obtained Willows growing cm the lake bol- >m, which has been dry in many ices, imvc. been cut'to prevent thcr growth alter the water _ in. the construction or ditch- earth nils and embankments timber spillways will complete — project. The course or Hie water Is b-lnz uinged 'from the east iinrrow pit the lake proper until It reaches j helsht ,of the pi'0|iosed spill- 'Ays, The work. Is being done In an iTorl to restore ni s Lake lo con"'is approslmatln R those of 20 - ago when sportsmen from nil 'arts of the country came here for He hunting and fishing It afforded. Now much or the lake Is within 10 borders of n• federal'bird ref- :c. wlilch begins onc-fourlli ,,,11- ^lh of the" Highway 18 bridge .-id extends to the. Missouri .line It includes approxtmistely 7,000 acres n,a .tract, la 'irtlics'trom 'ooilth to north mid Hiree n ,i|cs wide at (U widest ]>olnt. The j. L. Smith Construction company, of Memphis, has the contract for the work no,y in progress. s. J. Cohen is resident engineer. 60 Year Old Tyle7 Mo. Farmer Dies Suddenly Nu Hiwd Danger MITI,E HOCK, Nov 22 - Fciu of ilcoib fiotn the Onachita ' river vanished todaj with announcement fiom the weather Imr- enii that 1111 anticipated flood would not be reached The ilvei will icach only 8 r i feel nt Aikndelphia instead of the expected 17 feel— (lood stage— because water has been impounded by elmns farJiier up the ilvn. The ilvcr will reach a maximum ot 20 feel ul Camden Sunday instead of VI as (list pisdlcted, the bureau said, Storm at Sta WASHINGTON, Nov 22 tUP) — The weathei bureau reported to-day that a dlstmbance of "considerable Inlensilj" remains almost stationary about son mlbs northeast of San Juan, Puerto i HIco Gala Sweeps lake, DETRpIT, Mich , Nov. 22 (UP) —Storm warnings were ordered posted today at nil coast gunM stations on Hie. Great Lakes A heavy g-ile was blowing on most of Lakes Mtchlgah, Superior and Huion. wllh prospects of bliz- znrds. '>- - Holmes retired f nrmcr , died suddenly n l his'home at Tyler, Mo., inst night. Funeral sen-fees will-be held Friday afternoon, 1 .o'clock,'at the Tyler Baptist clmrcii with (lie Rev. M. W. Crocker, of Portiieevlllo. Mo., omclating. Burial will be made at Mount zimi 'cemetery A- native of Bradford, Tenn, Mr Holmes came to southeast Missouri In 1910. He was active In the development of the vicinity In which he lived and was one of the round- ers of 'the Tyler Baptist church of wlileli-hc had'long tern a steward. •Ke-ts stin'lvccl by, his wife, Mrs. Tollle Holmes, three ' sons, Dennis and clarence of Slcele, and Henry, or-Dctroll, and one daughter, Mrs Gladys Tlioinpson. of Sypell Ark Another son, Clyde, was killed in the World war. 'Cinema Lures a LaFollette l!cr father vants'lier to carry on tho family's political fame tral Marlon I.aFoIlctle, above, cliarm- ing 22-year-old cousin 'of Wisconsin's Senator 'Bob nhit Governor, elect Phil, is trying the movies first and'-is-lii Hollywood as a beauty contest winner, taking the rnmso. . She soo.-i .will share In Jier mother's eslule, valued nt >. wore than a wlllfoti.dollars. Recurrence of Drouth , Unlikely, JSays- Bureau WASttmaTON, Nov M "(lip)—-' Last summer's drouth is nothing to worry nbout, climatically spealdng the weather bureau reported today. There probably «oh't be another dry spell like it (or 30 or 40 y'e^* thc bureau Indicated Tlic climate really hasn't changed, much for years, w R Q regg , chief of the bureau. «rote Secretary of Agriculture Henry A Wallace In his annual report .He said that while rainfall "hao shown a "marked tendency' to ba lighter in the north this condition has been counter balanced by heavier rains In the south Russia Sending Gold Ore to Be Refined in U.. S. NEW YORK, Nov 22 (TJP) Jsb. vlet Russia Is sending ship loads'of gold beaiing ore to Tamoca, Wash to build up a'resene of hard money, for the purchnsa of American goods, Ihc United press leained today ' Vr Through a special process available only in Tacoma the gold is refined and sold ,to the United Slates government for cash. This g i v e 3 Russia a big reserve for American purchases. One shipload has arrived In Ta- coina via the Panama canal nd another shipload Is en route. These H-O consignments 'are estimated to have a value or .$1,700,000. Hani Withdrawal of All Public Lands WASHINGTON, Nov. 22 (tfP)~ Secretary of interior Harold L. Ickes, it was learned today has tentatively approved plans to 'withdraw all unreserved public Jands from further homestead development for a nine-month period as a means of speeding operation of the Taylor grazing act. At a conference between Ickes F. R. carpenter, director ot gm- •fflclHi" a"'' and ° thCr departmcnt the act wa . President Roosevelt ' would be 5?uj slgn a " executive order ithdrawing public lands for purposes of classification under the grazing l aw . WEATHER 'Arkansas —partly cloudy, heavy frost tonight with freezing tent- >eratures In north portion. FUdiy air, rising temperatures. Memphis and Vicinity—Generally 'air and mUch colder tonight. Lowest temperature 40 degrees Fair Friday. The maximum temperature here •eslerday was 70, minimum 59 loudy with 3.92 inches ot rftln, ccording to Samuel K. Norris, of. iclal wealher obsener. Tottl r»ln- .•fall for Tuesday "and Wedjieid»y. was 7.78 Inches. < , -

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