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d bit the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NBWWAPKK OK NORTHKAST AKKANSAsSm^SurHBAmMtHKO^l ' * •"-*• f » *^-f HOME EDITION VOL. XXIX—NO. 194 Dlytheville Daily News. Mississippi Valley Leader. Ulythevllle Herald. BlyttieviUe Courier. ARKANSAS;, TUKSDAY, NOVKMIWR i, 19:52 I j ! Elizabeth Morrow to Wed | 1 Welsh Business Man' HVELT GEIS ENGLRWOO1J, N. J., Nov. 1 'UP) -- Elizabeth Morrow, older rister of Ann Morrow Lindbergh,' will marry Aubrey Nicl Moigan, a Welsh business man whom she met during the London naval conference in 1930. Formal anounceinent of the en- eo i r c ft/I T' 1 : R^Kcinent was made by Mrs. Die 01 Stale May rind Dwiglit Whitney Morrow, wife of Long Accuses Hoover of Stealing His Stuff SINGLE COPIES FIVE.CENTS PLEIOPGUILI! Themselves Without Ranking Facilities. , 'the laic stsiaiir, but no dale for I ; the wedding lias been s?t. | } Mils Morrow's engagement is n | culmination of a romance that 50,000 Line Street s as RENO, when [he Morrow family Senator Morrow to up- Morley Griswold. Ed 'seaborn, slat" bank examiner. Issued a s'.a-.einon'- urging all! banks to abide by Grisv.'old's proclamation. The twelve institutions which <tki not open for business were the Wingfleld banks with deposits exceeding SIV.OOO.OOO and conlrclle- sby George Wingfleld, leading fiiun- 1,'Vier of the state. He exprss.- proval of Griswo'.d's action. Governor Fred BaUar was Washington attempting to ob'.ain Reconstruction Finance corporation funds for banks of the slate. Farm Prices Blamed Collapse of Uves'.ack pric-i^ v;as blamed for the unprecedented proclamation. Tne sharp decline of agricultural prices three years ago and Iheir failure [o recover left bankers with most of their funis tied up in loans to livestock men o[ tlie state. Citizens of the state were taken unaware by the proclamation which GriswoJd Issued late last night, acting in. the absence of Gov. Bel?.ar. Many were without cash en hand and faced the likelihood of resorting to barter or script to carry on their business before the moratorium ends November 14. Since Wingfield Is acknowledged financial leader of the state it is believed a majority of the bank? in' which he has no interest will follow his lead and close for the period of the holiday. Wingfleld an Arkansan Wingfleld, a native of Arkansas, whcse colorful career carried him from a farm dealer to the financial and political .leadership cf Nevada, Issued a stalement declaring his entire resources were available ,to restore t^e'stability of his banks, I.' Gambling halls nnd speakeasies, II iboth of "which.carry large reserve; |Vof silver dollars, were about the only establishments with cash on hand. It was considered probabh they might become community bankers during this period. Llewellyn Morgan of Wales, was frequently seen in her company. In Uie two j.?ars tliat have intervened Mnce thai event Miss Morrow has been reported engng- ecl to various prominent Ai cans. bin on each occasion de- ilia] been forth coming. $10.000 Settlement Formal Iv Acproved in cuit Court Today. Civ- Tn a stipulated agreement u'ivon formal approval al noon today by Circuit Judge Ncill Kilbugh, the Frisco railroad paid Mrs. Gurland Osborne, administratrix of the estate of Gnrlnnd Osboine. 410.000. Osbornc. a Frisco brakeman. wn" killed on Oct. 11. A grab iron on the r-abDcso of a freight train save way, precipitating Osbornc bineat 1 the train, causing almost instant death. The agreement -this nioininj following Institution of a friendly suit by Mrs. Osborne in order Hint the settlement might be. a matter of reccrd. Judge Klllough ordered in- payment of $10,000 as compensalory damages on the agreement of bot'~ parties. Apportionment of Ihe damages was made later lo Mrs. O.v borne, and Kenneth Osborne. IS ?nd James Osborne. four, sons ot the deceased. Both boys being minors, Mrs. Osborne .serves as ad- ministratrix of Ihe estate of her husband who diet! intestate. Candida I c Visits Rhode Island Capital. PROVIDENCE, 11. I., Nov. 1. P)—Gov. Franklin Ro:>'.'V[-;t 0:1 his campaign tour through southern New England came to the capital ot Rhode Island to;hy expr:si- ing confidence that tins stale will be In the Democratic column iv--xi Tuesday as It was in 1528. Police estimated nearly 50,000 lined the streets through which ihr Democratic nominee passed. A microphone \va_s passed im? the governor's nin.'jnnbilc and he .said: "These great receptions In.'icutu- a clean sweep of New England fo: 1 the Democratic party." In lieu of a speech Governor Hoa.-ov«li issued the following itatenient: "I welcome this opportunity to extend greetings to the p;op!e ol Rhoile Island. I want 10 r.iBiik al'. my loyal friends for the fine work they are doing. 1 am confident thai one week from today Rhode Island will register a great Democratic majority botn for the national and state licfc-'ts." NEW ORLEANS, Nov. I (Ul 1 ) — Senator Huey Loin; loilny sent a personal telegram 10 President llcoviir accusing him O f "lifting K whole secticn of one of my edies lu yum- acUlress ivt MuU- iion S(|iuiri' (.iardeii. city, lasl nishi." Tiie fnmecl [^uisiii Hi- adilrd: "Von very ixuiillurly wound up cii:l;-!'i!ii s tvcryllilni; fur \vhli-h 1 slcon in the light i made In tin' li'si congress." New York which UK. telegram n-ln'ral n-uilJ 'My conception ol Amerlci-. is I Kin-j.'.sh 11 innd W |K-H> „„,„ ;ilu j Wl) ., a ,,, j quolcd n-oin hr.ly -.tripune in IT-| may u;,|k in onlei.-d liU-rlv wht-n-! liuklns Hi; p:-i.si<Ii>m. nnd In: in-1 they limy enjoy Uu- iulv.uii.iifc ut i ei 1 Mr. Hoove:- "yi.u nre flic-; I wi-sllli net. ing political <lealli." jhands of n I 1; your wor;;.-, List night were' 1:11'. l.u-d ii-un a .s;;:-ccn delivered by me in tlie United aiales sen- to' ( [ u .|r childr.-,, full opporlunll- ate called 'Tlie Doom of Amev- irs of Anierlenn 111,- where eve y ita's 1,10.1111.' ihen they were nl : man flmll b c respi-eled In IK' na siiMlslcmly changed tor. faith u,nt his consclrna- and hi; cv,e:-;iKe man lo delect u lit- limit <li,- u cl him to follow- w| 1L . n . I Many Persons Trapped I When Fire Wreck Falls HO.MIC.STIOAD, I'u., Nov. 1 (HI 1 )— An almndoned hotel, •wqif liy lire curly loduy, i'(ill»|!si'(| I his itftomoim, ' ;m inrii'lerntinfitc df persons who were Sentence Will Be Pnsswl I.uter on Negro Defendant for Assault Allemplj Kiilviij«in«: wood in the strut- iTIKESilCIDlm cciici-ntinn-d in eial, much lercncs i:i Lung's less Ihe a si.bsumlnl tiif- verb.^e," Senator pcopli- .secure In liielr lilx-rly .shull IMVO leisure and impulse lo .s-M'X a luller life." 'cnncsscc Concern Will! 18.139 Bales Received at Q/^..* D '. . ~n' _ m .1 -11 - n.» i Sixteen ,'Go From Osceola to Commence Sentences in State Prison. Dig Duck and Duckling from Sweet Potato Patch Fred and Virginia Whimpar, ne- gro residents of Robinson addilion. | are displaying a duck and ducklinz that had their origin in a sweet potato patch at the Whimper home. Resemblance of the potatoes to water fowl is startling, even to such details as Ihe eyes. On? is nearly the size of a grown duck while the other is little larger than a newly hatched duckling. Miners Go Back to School to Study Mining; POTTSVILLE. Pn. (UP) _ Anthracite miners, some of them beyond middle age. nre going to, school again, studying the many| rrQm Blytheville. Pillow, who was angles of Iheir profession. j convicted of burglary and Bran--" Night schools for miners opsned larceny al th: lo«t tarni of court in at Minersville. Ml. Cnrmel. and Shenandoah, with 500 miners cn- By United l're<-: Under the impetus of major campaign addresses by President Haover nnd Dov. Franklin D. Hoose- vell. political activity seethed to R high pitcli today from coast to cons', as tlie climax to the battle for th; presidency loomed but n fsw dayi ahead. Boisterous cheering partisan au diences heard the two presidential candidates last night. In Madison Square Garden. Ncv. York. President Hoover climaxe'.. his day's trip into five eastern states with the warning that thi Democratic proposal for a "nev deal" would "undermine and destroy our American system." In Boslon, Mass., his Democratic opponenl concluded a swing int: New Hampshire and Maine with av. address outlining an unemployment 'relief program and charging the Hoover administration with OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 1.—Si'~ tsen prisoners were taken from here this morning to Little Rock where they will begin serving sentences nt the Arkansas nenitentiary Th? prisoners were taken in custody of Hale Jackson, chief clenut- E'rerifT for this district, and DjpiUy Jess Oreer cf Wilson. Fifteen of the nvmter were sentenced at the term ol cirnii'. cmir< which adjourned here Prldiv an'-' I tbe sixteenth man. R. J. Pillow. i= "cracking the whip of fear" in tlv Republican effort lo win the election. President, Hoover was back at the White House today while Oover- nor Roosevelt- concluded his New England offensive wilh a stumpih; trip through Rhode Island anc Connecticut before returning to Albany. Mr. Hoover is scheduled to make his fifth drive for the mid-west's eleclornl vote with speeches in Springfield, 111., and St. Louis, Mo., Friday. Gov. Roosevelt plans to conclude his campaign in New York city this weak-end. . but who has been on' on bond nendinsr an appeal lo llr rollled during the first week. (supreme court, will be»in a smtenc- The students are employes ol, of two years, which the lower ecu-' he Philadelphia and Rending Coal im-o-ej and which was nnd Iron Company, which con- " " ducts the schools with the collaboration of Pennsylvania State College. College credits are given for .Completion of each course. *f., A fee of S3 Is charged each | \ student, but payment Is deferred in case ihc miner is not regularly cmoloye/i. Th e curriculum consists entirely of mining subjects and first aid methods. A'm- JWA- Coffnn NEW YORK. Nov. 1. Cotton closed barely steady. Open High Low close • 609 610 602 G02 . 613 . 624 . G34 . 643 Doc. Jan. Mar. May July Oct. upheld bv the <mpr-ms court. White prisoners goins from O.-cools are a? follows: Uitber Laden false pretense. 1 year: Carlton Williams, bigamy, l year: Ike Canada bisramy. l venr; Jo? Perez, manufacturing liquor, one year: Pa- Hunter, accessory before nnd aftoi- Ir.c fact of robbery, ona year: Eir) Virgin, sslling liquor. 1 vear: Richard Bower, burglary and grand lar- cenv. one year. The ne-rro3s arc Ben Johnson. :!CT. - three years: Willie Davis •crsnd lirceny. one year: Lee Flow- «rs. rohhirv. one year: HenrvThom- ns. vcbtery. one year: Bob Lane murder, thn>e vears: Pri^sly Wat- Says Rcoscvell Is In JACKSON. Miss.. Nov. 1. (UP) — Declaring that the election of Gov Franklin Ro?sevelt "is as certain ai the dawn of election day." and that President Hoover has become bot: "frantic and abusive," U. S. Senator Hubert Stephens delivered thr keynote speech at a statewide rail) Democrats here today. The meeting was called !o starl a drive (o assure the national ticket the heaviest majority that I'nif Democratic slate cv?r gave Ihe parly. Senator Stephens denied report ed charges that Governor Roosevelt was physically unfit lo hold of- fl;e as president. avmg Bmsfielcl Link. . Biscoe- LITTLE HOCK, Nov. 1. lUl') — Work on the first link to nnk? th? Memphis-Texarkana highway. No. 70, all concrete, will starl immediately, it was announced here late yesterday by commission. the state highway Ths Hayes Construction company of Jackson. Tenn., was Issued u work order to slirt paving 2.1 miles on Highway 70 between Biscoe an-.l Water lines, equipment and 430 for the week and 5B0.072 crushed rock already have bct-n In- " stalled en the job. Contracts for 4G.ODO barrels ol C2- menl were awarced at Ili2 commission meeting. Bids will te received en four new road projects November 10. Contracts on most of tho Highway 10 jobs were let a year ago. Money for the construction program now getting under way Is furnished by th? federal government. Blylhcville in Week finding Last Friday. Receipt of 18.119 bales of cctun al the Blylhevllle plains of Ihe. Federal Compross aiid War3i:oiuo company for the week ending last Friday set an nil time high mnrk In weekly receipts and sent the u>- lul lor the .season (o 107.273 bales, nearly -tO.CKX) bales above nny other compress point in Ar.kmisa:;. Receipts Cor Uic stntc last, week v<!rc 105.537 bales, for 11 xeasDnV, totnl of 654,419, compai«l to 117.- for the. season at the same dale Insl year. Receipts ut the Dlylheville plants last week exceeded shipment*; by nearly 12,000 bales anc! brought ihi stock on hand to 91,584 bales. Stocks on hand In compresses throughout Arkmisns total 007,8t3 bales compared to 408.D17 at the same date last year. Following are rccolpls for U;: week and for the season at a. uuin- Jessie Uu'tley, nei'.ro, chay'. 1 - 1 '! viili itn nlicmuluti iilliick on n yoini 1 ,,' wliite );lrl hero i-nrly Vis 1 M'liinicr, cnlci-i'd » plea ol iiullly when nrmlmcd in criiiiliuil c'uiti hrr«> thl.H morning. Judne NYIII Killonnli wllhlu-ld !,i'iiii:nce, which I 1 - from Him- In IN vears In the stale pcnitciHIni'y, pending a study nf the rus-v.'. Bollley wnn one of twelve jail VYlTOlUMs o'll ut ',1\ t' f j Mlt-.illl'-. 1'1- diiled in true bills relumed bv Ihc iiriuvl .Inry tills mprnliu: lo iiiiuenr In com I and IndlcnU? their pic us. i The negro was nrrosted lusl j f'liiiiiu-r alter IdenllficiUlon of :i | rlsiol the ulvr :1 nllncker left at i (In- .seen? of the ullsmpled nltur-k I li'il lo n solution of (he cnsi'. The | incident nvouscd conridcr-ible fee 1 .- lin, hero ut ll\? dm':. Tins n"-iro fprcr-d tlie girl and her cni-nrl ni pistol iHiint lo ncciiiiiuany him off lick for Mississippi wly Victim Will Be in Missouri City. Blylhcvillc Investm e n t Much Less Than Claimed, Engineers Testify. Sliarp conflict h\ Hie testimony ol iixperl wlliiessc-B in Uu; Ark'ail- I .sns-Mlssourl Power company-city I «f niythevlllo rate contest . ease [ was Indicated yesterday with the ' appearance ot tho city's nrst witnesses before Mailer V. G. .Hoi-- .1ACKKON. Mls.s., Nuv. 1 (UI'l_ The body of Hulh Klrkpatrick, sweetheart of Howunl Evans, .fr-kson business man. both of v.lniiii cjinmlttril .suicide Sunilsiy nlKlil. wu& dnlinnl toduy by ii sister. Miss Vny Klrkpnlrlck. nnd ll'.! icinnliiK will )>c sent to Car- ullici.svlllr, Mo., for burial. Evniti wus burled tills uiornliw In CiTCiiwoml, MIS'*. His wife nnd five c'hlidii'ii did not accompany (be liody. P. Koucilleii and W. A. of the W. A. Fuller com- St. Ixmls, MO., engineering tJMillod In behalf of 'the n nrinclput street here lo lonely spot where UK> crime \:a^ iiltempted. The ncijvo .snnpinMl linn several times ul the lilrVs en-Tit but It fnlli'd to go off. Til 1 . 1 liiiccoeded In throwlni; I lie nciirn's RIIII away when It foil from hi 1 , ncckrl iifler lie liud bent nff her companion. HOT escort, who had been si mined, returned to the "M'ltk and lli^ girl recn|>ed wlille "•" neiiro wns limiting for his itlin. C.nn T.cil (o Arrest Arrested several iliwn ii'ipr |h" nllnek when the Irnll slic OSCKOl.A. Ark., Nov. 1.— Numbers til vc.shlimls here remember ili'J Kirkitttrlck family uiul thu daugh- (er, iliilh Klrltpalrick, who com milled Milrlde In Jackson. Miss., Sunday, uftor n qunrrcl wllli Hmv- iird M. Kvrins, cotton oil mill cx:;n- llvo or Hint, place. Until was DID diiuglitcr of HO'J- ert Klrkpulrlck, wlio was nlijlilmar- slln l lieiv for Bometlilnj over n ynir. Him Joined her fnlhsr mid llnei' small Imlf broliier.5 licre lu coming ftom Memphis where of Ihc Demi's nwner.shlu led iviiic^ |U " "" 1 '•" " fn "- r n -iin'-A:] fvn'ii th c county jail hero to the O.tce- -'•• 'Ml to>cnii!v> of feeling jjreval- Imd foinieily lived with lur m nndparcnls, nnJ kcpl house -tor Ilif fninily. nllemllng aclicnl at II Osrcoln High school, wlicrir slie KrndrntM wllli (he ID25 class. After she llnlslK'd .^clu-xil st'.e returnetl lo eni Homer nrntton was the nnlv ---'ii- |Memphis. cr prlfmi"!-br-iu'lil ivf---•'•---,-• l The Klrkpalrlck family cnme '.5 nlcad uiilHy. lie RtiDilMcil a IICID from Cnrutl-.ersvllle. Mo. Mr. It is emereeney and regular federal '• 'ff of leading Arkansas corriprcss ---•-• aid and amounts to 54.200.000. •-i points: I.ist Week Blytheville 10.13D Little Rock!....:... 12,179 Tine Bluff'/j 8,507 West Memphis ... 8,lfi5 Walnut R'ldga '....-. 7,409 Helena ..; 7,305 . Newport Forrest City rocenes ii, • Allowance Chicago T In- Fol- Marianna 5,111 3.U02 3.420 3,240 For ir.e Season 05,704 50,1)17 60,733 69.53?) 38,203 29.215 n 25,605 lowing R. F. C. Loan. Fort Smith \ Jonesbord' ' Leachvllle 2,M1 1472 353 l.fiGB 1,023 Trumann 1,137 Receipts Insl we:V an;i season at Miaonrl compresses fol- to',v: C'f.rulhersvillc CHICAGO. N-ov. 1. (UP)-fnde-. M . rkA . _. pen&ntly of the massed protest of "",„; Ce 15.000 hunger mnrehers who paraded through the loop yesterday, brighter prospects nppenrcd today Cor Chi:agc*> unemployed. OITlcixls of the Illinois emerg:n- cy relief commission abrogated the JO p.v cent reduction in the amount -\<- M •— ot perishable groceries given unem- ' i - 451 •iloyeii families, nesiimpticn of ll'.ej full qu:ta was made psssibls by an- ', otrcr. loan from the nccoii.struc-! tlon Finance coriwration. ' I James Simpson, chairman of the board of the Commonwealth Edison ' company, donated $83.537.70 to the j emergency welfare fund to be used ' for aiding those not lurried in the 35.2C.: 19,ii3B 28,143 10.S31 24,083 (1.83 i 8,730 10,675 3.0K) 5.D58 lor tnc 5 0.20 LI I'.SBl EPS BUCKET robliory ot M<-r coil's np out store. of n Iw the court peii(llni» a revlnw i>f lhr> cute. 'hit tlin natnlni! of Drrnivwv Thninnmn ne.grn siny^f ste'i fatlirr as , Dcwov Thpmnfon In an iiidlclpi''->».. murder mliihl be n fndti error Prosecutor R, L OliuIKh •-lid Mm vr.lnrll^lnipilt of IllO 11?Tn would be nskorl p'rrtr, n f | lo t. pui;iv vei-r- In'Ueal- «'l <M U)" ei\«e.n r>( Krnnsf Ci-.ldw'l ••"'I Will Cal'l»-cl!. iwrnf:. In- ''(rlr-rl for nillr(Tl"- 111 til" S'nvln-r ft f =T| wiilto. UTT-O. ncnr n"H. Fnnu- n t , nn| *>•-• mn'l" fm 'ill 1'i'irs. r nr|lc->iorl ),v the followlni": Sld- nev Ward, nnnro. chnrqerl with a 1 ;- 'P'plt with Inlent lo kill Will H'hllo. po^ro. Pimped WlMi ns- s: "ill with Int/enl lo kill: nimrlcv WIH,I(( rcirro ehnrced with ns- inull «-i'l) Inlenl lo kill: Nnli-n n. CliilmTii nnd T.onis f?hllninn. elmried ivltli ctnnd Ip>-miiv: Cli:y Tviip. rli^r?pd wllli roliVprv. ^ ln 'li nine en.s'-': Irl^fl ••'•-fni-flnv ffle>-nnnn nnd till 1 : nin'-n'T 1 " t>ifv Klrkpalrlck, who Is nn uncle ot Jack KlrXpalrlck, Justice ol IV.c pence of Carson Lake township, nnd of Mrs. Mary Klrkpnlrlck Cox, [or n.er county licnllh nurse and resident of Dlyllicvllle, vi'as first cm ployed at Ihc l^e plant and later WH.-i In the dn»yRsc-bu«Ines!i ; -d\ir' Ing svlilcli tlmn lie served as night mnrstinl for alxiut n yenr nnd n half. 1.00 l-'nllcr liany, linn, eliy. They estimated llie prescnl value cf tin: Arkansiis-Missyarl power romimny's properties serving IJlyr llievllle al. $232,501 compared with a value of $426,000 placed ;on tho proi.-t'rtlca by u Kansas City, Mo., c:iixlnoer who surveyed the properly for Iho power company.- Say Rr.turu Is Adequate Tlir city witnesses. cstlnialnil ihia a return of a.'i p3r cent on it.i Invtstinunt would to umdo \>y tile iione.1' company under the rale, following a 20 per cent cul. ordered by Ihe council nst, fail. Enforcement of Ihe nev; ate bus been p;r,-entcd throngli i restraining order obtained by he ];o\vcl' compisny so the old • ale is still In ofTcct, subject lo rebate If ilin |jn\ver company lo^s he suit to huvc the nile till per- innnenlly reslrnlned. [(nberllcn nnd rnllcr In UuMr '(sllmcny djclnred that the power omrnny nmler I lie new rate rould mnkc an 8.2 per cent rc- ti!i'!i on Us Investment above the mount set aside for depreciation. I'cwor company wltnesse:! hnd pi-e- viously tcslincd Hint tlie amount : )f Ihe raturn on the power ccm- i:nny's properties wns not. equal lo the amount necessary to be set nsldc for dcpreclallcn In Ihe new nib and Ihe company would nc- iiinlly be operating at a lo.vs sliould Ihe new rnles be upheld. ••_• 1/tarlnj Continued "- ' Coiimct for the power company, asked for time' to Rttidy'lrnrtscrlpls Driver Campaighing for Roosevelt in ft!issouri OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 1.—Con- grocsman W. J. Driver of Oscoolr went lo SI. Louis last night to begin a scries of addresses over that Mate in the interest of Ihe national 1 and state D?mccratic tickel.s Mr. Driver will speak several times during the next week on invitation of state and national e>' scutlve committees. When lie ieft rere last nlghl he had not reeelvrxl definite information as to what unemployment relief provision. Tho ' sum Is SUmscn-s salary ar, head of ' the three utility operating companies hsre from last June G to r.^xt December 31. minus tbe Income tax. Long Island Cottages i /*L i , FntO Channel ™ al o? ; ,Delayed Trial Of Nelson's Contest Case ' Clears Way Temporarily. The name cf J. Fred Parrish Newport will appear on *'- i- of 659 615 624 635 643 659 607 615 G26 63C 651 607 616 625 G3G C51 [kins, assault ( 0 ra r> ? . five years: (towns would be Included in his Itin- Spots closed al 610. off 5, quiet. Closirtff Stock Price? A. T. and T 100 3-4 Anaccjida Copper ... Hcnrv Darnell, murder, five rear.-•Johnnie Gre;n. murder. tw:nty-one (years. Frcnstinc Pe»tr. is-year-old ne- gro boy who shot and killef nn . (Mr.er. was liken for s. vcar to t'-f BDVS TnrluUrlal school at Piiie Bluff. 31-8 8 5-S ................. 40 5-61 catcrnillar Tractor ____ _ Chrysler ......... 13 1-2 Cities Service ' COCR cola .......... Continental Baking . General Electric .... General Motors ..... Mlddlewest Utilities . Montgomery Ward . New York Central .. Packard ............. Radio ............... Simmons B^d3 ..... Standard of N. J. ... Texas Co ............ u. S. Steel . ; ........ $175.00n Loan So««rK» for Jonesboro College WASHINGTON. Aprllcatlon for a loan I. <UP)_ cf $175.(XH' 93 3-4 j '« finance construction of r*o 73 4 3-4 room dormitories at Arkansas ' - • • !5 1-4 12 5-8 7-16 11 3-8 22 1-2 3 6 5-8 8 29 3-4 13 5-8 34 mad . . ma the ReconstrutUon Finance cornor- atlon today by Prcsld-nl Vlclor be entirely sclf- col- Kays. "The loan linuidatinc.. 1 Kays said "My leagues and mvself will 'remain ™. r , e '°. r Mv cral days lo confer T»A f' rCC ,' 0rs of thc « OT PoraUon and furnish any details may be desired." erary, but said he tell sure he would speak largely in the northern part of the state. Bassett Man Is Victim Of Strange Disease BASSETT, Ark.—Funeral services for John Orr Kelly. 35, of Bassell. who die? at 11 c'chck Monday morning, at T"e faii'l*- ho-ni — ••• be held Tuesday afternoon at the family home one mile north of Bassett. : •'•»; The Rev. Manwarrlng of the First Baptist church of Wilson will offlclnte at ths seivlces. Interment will be made at Bassett csmstcry. The deceased had suffered for! the past 18 months with a fungus infection of the blood and had been treated by local physicians and later at St. Joseph's hospital in Memphis. , ' The disease was caused by inhalation of dead timber and grass j fumes, .: . general election Trtes- • -- ay ', Nov - 8 as ihc Democratic NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UP) — A i ,' nC ,'u Mc r ° r strilc -WHBlor of the wind storm today swepl half a. • , U st^nalorial district which Indo?en Long Island summer cot- ; , f s Mfs s'ss>PPl. Polnsetl nnd tages from Iheir foundations on J0 5. IM 9 n counties. the shoie of Broad Channel and endangered five persons unlil It the Is possible however that In event Senator R. A. Nelson ice rescued them from the wr«k- j ot B 'ythevllle is successful in his age ot their homes in Jamaica' ;J ml ^contesting ParrlsrTs election Bnv. Mr. nnd Mrs. Al Pierce and their three children w:ro In one of the cottages wrecked by the wind and an others were as Democratic nominee that the ""ice may eventually be declared vacant. p"n!liirr f rnm n ji'-inlelivil court ••nnvlction fnr Ilirrnl pn'r?«sle-n of Honor v;ns nrfi'iMI'-rl. o. P. ^nmblo. nivprillri? fi-nm n I^-.VA- "nill't CO'l'-irllnn fnr Imil'llOltllW 'Inuor. v-ns nrinHlpil. CSamln? Tlr Fr-ntlnnt^ Vrmi Snvrii of the 10 men cnnvlrl-jil 'ir fnmliv | n ]i]iin;rlm| rein I. nf- 'er a raid bv (he flmrlffs forrs ^T) an nllc' i crt out- d^or ra-nhlin^ "nnlnr iimr T.^nrlivll 1 /!. v.'^-f 1 ac- »i-iii,vl. riniiih P. Coow of n'e<- Tidrr and Coo"^i-. and T-r^nk "'nlMit. nf T.onchvllle rcure^nlc.'l 'lie defendants wht) wi-rp tried 'iin»lv. Onlv sio-rn of t!ie in mnn cii-.-ielpcl annjalecl from Hit- lower "•nun's (Ifclsion;. T!i» osiers paid iff nr ivri-o coimrittrd to the county farm. Trial of Orvlllp Chl«m nn n crmrec of wife nbnndnniiinii failed to develop af(?r Ihe case had been c.illed *-l-"n it •»••>= .-'i-u-i that Chtsm had prevlauslv been | iinrfl fn r !)••> some offense In i innRislrate-s com I. | Considernble delay was c-n Both Major Parties Have F o u n cl Contribution. Far Below 1928. WASHINGTON. Nnv. I (UP>Both nirllcs nre / finding the eoltut cnnumlgn IUTP pro<- v - - V.'E -• • Y .i ^. ' i* " i""]ii.iiw t - tiefora 'oper.liig"'cross •"cxnmjhfiffoil- : " and thc hrnrlng wns adjourned" un- lil November 31. • • The master's report wiir'prbb-, ably be. made to the circuit cciurt late In' January alter all proof ?s ':eon ccmpletcd. Abstracts and brlefii will be presented to tho nyus- rr by the llllgp.nts after testimony is conchidc-d. Icon (luring tho 1032 •<i (•o'>i"-'rrrl wltli HID I "-"rni! 1 ; limns nf 101^. ir —iin-i = In^t fiVrl W |||, aoli'li Trlin We. rle-k of (lio house ot rcpie- •-ntntive.s. • They .show thnl t!u> nrnnhlici '•^rlv 11 trying to wrest victory a' Hie polls on receipts to date of ''''78.791. In 1028 it had $4.011.""• In do the work. - A similar fnlllni; off' Is belli- i?xperlenc"<l by tlie Dcmocratir ••nriv which has received but $1.- OG5.G51. Tn W3 it had a bank roll of S4.0M.933. The reixivls are for slightly nuvlnst periods. The nemibtican national committee in Ijolh years for tlio period from Seu- House Admits Four "Hunger Marchers" LONDON, Nov. 1. (UP)— A deputation of four "hunger marrh-'" •?ri" reached the house of commons late today and was ajmitl tl im- iiiedlalely. The. marchers, repr^senlliig several thousand In London, conferred with George Laiub^rry, L-atorlte leader, in his rcom at the. house. ' LONDON, Nov. .1. (UP)— Scst- Itmd Ynrd raided the dinjy smoke filled headquarters cf England's hiinjcr marchers tcdny and arres'.- cd leaders of the unemployed demonstrators while police wore mob- 'eml;er Democcallc lo Octolv-r 28. The national committee's September 1 lo CcloUor 22. Dill In both instances they cover the I bulk of tbe fund raising nnd spending period. Mills Will Reply to Senator Carter Glass arneal case aftrr aor.?al railed onlv to find thai .. 5M ». c ^,u u, ... t v,. .^ he slate supreme court ycster-, ralj( , n Dnlv lo „,,„ unusually Iil5h tide. The i " R * held that th<> Poinsctt circuit • i m defendnnls sin vere iinoccuptd. i domim^"! sl . ls . la . ln *? g , ° d c f cnsc cvcry instance thai | demurrer to trial of the case In in Hallowe'en Prank thnt "aprcemrn's" Ixlne nrransocl. In other —«, v .-.,-, : for trial. Passing of |strenuously to pnvment ol circuit! cd any. possibility of trial of the j "mw'te^Tii'"!) nnv"nff wit'h-i Miss Mary Ellen Slovens Injured < "s? before tli e general election j 0 , lt ^ndlni th- cases on unto the her ankle when she fell ever aj°™ Parrlsh's name will appear on '• superior court. Thc dlfficullv was' bench last night which had b2cn; '"ballot regardtes of the final j never definitely cleared up In placed on the steps of the E. M-i re !l n ' of . lhc contest suit. mimy css: . s . Terry home as a Hallowe'en trick. | „„,, S 9?'* action challenges the No true bills were roturnctl by the The extent of her Injury will not! EnJrc Polnsett county vote. crand j liry tll |, morn!n g ( n Inve.stl- ' be known until after X-ray pictures; — Igntlons Involving ''"' I WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 <TJP)_ i Secrclnrv of Treasury Mills today arranged to engnste Senator Car- was , i cr class, Democrat. Virginia, in tonight over the financial policy of the Hoov- Olass' address was announced he vvou'd nnd make , attorneys an | mnronir) t u iu ten to the senator Glass will spenk over thi Col- lo prevent further JlsDrder.5. Serious rloling which b^an with massed demonstrations in Hyde Park Tiinrsday 1^3 b2sn openly charged (o communists. W. A. L. Hanntivjton, one ot the. organizers of the march on .London, was charged with inciting mutiny. Another leader . arrested 'at headquarters of, the National Unemployed Workers movement wns detained on n charge of distrib- ullng sjdilious literature. Hanntng'on was arraignen j n po- court charged with atiempiln" cause diE.iflsctlon among the police. • • Hc MilU wn follow over Sork from U-l'H to Power Towers . Destroyed by Blasts ATLANTA, Oa., Nov. 1 (UP)— Authorities of Atlanta and College Park, a suburb, sought identity of persons responsible - for dynamiting two high" tension towers of the Georgia Powor company last night. Destruction of a tower here by a blast so severe It shook nearby houses caused n city wide . sus- wslrn of lislit. wrvice for about five minutes. The College Park Wftr.t similarly shook houses but did not disrupt service. ; p m arc made al th; hospital late to- : DETROIT (UP) day. she Is at t?-e horns of her par- j t | ire<;t from th( . gntlon ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens. Red Crow Askj More Flour PHILADELPHIA (UP) — A request for 10,000,000 additional pounds of flour for distribution In Phlladclnhin has been made by the Southeastern Pennsylvania (arc department will be distributed this winter amont; Detroit's tlr-'cnc'j'nt families. City Council has authorized John J. Gormen, nurchaslng' agent, to buy 64,030 tons from Virginia nnd Pennsylvania mines. Gormn .nnlictpafes Ihe cost per ton, delivered to wel- rnni ,i,i«~>,i Cedric Northern. Benny WeeO, E. In"^ to thJ 1 p - Franklin, Jasslp Miv Robert sin. lHf>S tO tnC W?l- . „_„„ ,.,.. „_ ... c•lU^.^ oi, M »» I Boss Crow. , Chapter of the America?- Red fare IIOT-IS. will • be between $3.50 CTOM ta its national hondquarte'rs. J and $4 25. Engineers Visit Stockholm STOCKHOLM. (UP)— A dek;r,- tlon ol 21 Brlt'.sli harbor Doctor's Car Stolen Eibert shorty i While He Makes Cftfl A Porrt coupe, owned by Dr. M. O. Usrey, .was stclfn earlv morning from In front of tills Lov WEATHER ARKANSAS— Fair, rising aluras lonigM and Wcuncsiay Accordlni; to the official weather cbwrvsr, Chnrles Phillips jr., Uie minimum temperature here yesterday was 34 degrees snd tha maximum 58 -Kj, cloudy with .23 lias visiied Siockhclm to stndv Swedish parls and snipping. The j mnk.a.. . conllngent was headed by Sir Da-.] The i.tlKft. •' occurred about vld J. Oa-en, director of t!x> Port 1 5 o'clock thli momlnf. Welch's lioiiie on West Ash street I inch of rain yesterday a.nd a where Dr. . Usrey had gone tolfrcst last nlghl. Today...a ysar . . minimum temperature v.as 3C or degrees and the ciaxlraum M.U«" Igrees, cloudy. } •'. ' •

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