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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 27, 1934
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Served'bytHe United Press VOL, XXXI—NO. 217 Blytheviile D»lly New, , Blythertlle- CXurter UlulMlppl v»!ley LeMer BlyUievlU» Jiei«ld NEWS DPlp Glues Are Numerous 'i. They Lead Nowhere Pennsylvania Case CARLISLE, Pa, Nov' 27 (UP)— The inyslcry of the, "babes in the • 'v/pod5 ( '^deepencd today, as one of th¥. greatest missing persom hunts of;.jmany years spread throughout', tlie United ..Stales—without/ yleldlngjj'a definite ^ hint to the lrJerjtit)r ( of ihree .young iglrk found dead orr.'n 1 Pennsylvania mountain side. Police,'-throughout the cast ant In many slates as far away as California receded ! ; 'countless '"leads"; .In the case'and saw virt ually every one of'them collnps when pjlt to the -test. Almost' every hour brought another message suggesting a clue lo the; 'mystery' but in the end serving; only to 'tangle further the puzzle of. 'where the children came from, '.who they are,' how anil why they were killed, and who tucked them so tenderly beneath a blanket in . the; woodlands of South mountain, near here. - . One line of Investigation which still - remained Involved the at- teinpt of a' Larry Carney, Philadelphia war veternp, to link .the children -wiUi—Uie -apparent ..murder and suicide of a woman and man near Altoona last week. Carney sa'icl' he saw a man named Horace Hughes in Philadelphia last Monday. Three girls, who he believed were the babes In •• the woods, and a young woman were with him. . - ' . Carney ,1s, now en route to Altoona in an ellort to determine whether Hughes was the man In the murder-suicide. _B1,YTHRVIU,E. ARKANSAS. TUESDAY, NOVEMREK 27, Wliistles Dirge for "Iron Horse" Bankers Will Choose-,. Meeting Places today LITTLE ROCK, Nov 21 <UP>— Selection of the 1935 convention city for the Arkansas Bankers association and district meeting places was not to be made unlil late this afternoon. Secretary Robert E Waite, of the executive council, (iailj, , < ,, ^ ,,. ^_< —The coltitcil convened^at noon'- Markets (?w York Cotton YORK, Nov 27 (UP) — closed very steady open high low close 1250 1252 1244 1251 1259 1259 1250 1558 1261 1269 1256 1265 1253 1266 1257 1265 1260 1262 1254 1262 1222 1225 1215 1222 closed steady at 1275, up =i NFW Cotton Dec Jan March May July Oct Spots New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Nov 27 (UP)— Buying was enough to keep cotton-prices at smalr advances on the New Orleans exchange today. The market closed five to 11 points higher, December 1250 und March 1267." '. ."."..'/., .:. " , -; open high low close Dec 1252 1252 1246 1252 Jan 1259 1262 1254 I2GO March 1264 1268 1259 12GG May .' ""1263" 1270 '1259"'~I268 July 1259 126-1 1255 1262 Oct . 1218 1226 1218 1225 Perslul was once arrested by Mississippi county officers clutr^cit with brutal holdups while on p>i- role but was ne\er positively Identified. He was wearing a cartridge belt, fully loaded and was well armed wJieh arrested He has a reputation as ' U crack shot, haying killed one. or-more escaping fills oners while acting as a state farm trusty. -' Herald of a new era in railroading, this ,electric locomotive stands jn the Philadelphia' yards of the Pennsylvania railroad, successor to tlie "Iran" horse" in the parade or progress. The line has ordered 57 of these streamlined electric engines for high speed ' p'assenge'r 'service to be inaugurated' early in 1935 .between New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington. LOSE THEIR !ivil Service Tests Bring Wholesale Shakeup in Alcohol Unit WASHINGTON; Nov. 27. (UP),— Complete:reorganization of the federal^ liquor law enforcement, staff was i finderwi»y today^under personal-' supervision of Secfetafy^of Treas^. -wj«*Henry,Morgentliau jr ' \ , The reorganization, the United Press learned, was made necessary by the 'dismissal of about 1,000 of the. 1,400 investigators. O f ; the 'alcohol tax unit of the internal revenue bureau since thej failed to pass civil service examinations as provided in the MeKellar rider The Jobs already are being filled from the list,of 2,600 applicants who successfully 'passed civil service examinations several months ago for the positions of enforcement agents. About 8,000 took the .estfi. Treasury- officials said dismissal >f the investigators, most of whom had formerly been employed by the department' of justice In liquor law- enforcement during prohibition, had thrown the enforcement problem nlo chaos. The -investigators are to be discharged Friday, fickman Preliminary Is Deferred For Sanity Test Joe Htckman was ordered returned to the county jail pending ! 53 m .ty hearing when he appeared before Acting Municipal Judge V. G .Holland this afternoon for Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK, Nov: -27 (UP) — Pre-holiday profit-taking brought Irregularity into: the stock market today but selling did not gain momentum and volume declined. A. T. and T. ., .'... 108 1-2 Anaconda Copper ... 11 :-8 Bethlehem steel ....'.. 31. Cities Service .!..;..... 15-3 Coca Cola .......: 153 General American Tank 38 General Electric ....... 20 General Motors ........ 32 International Harvester 38 1-2 Montgomery Ward 29 1-2 New York Central 22 3--I Packard 4 Phillips Petroleum 153-8 Radio Corp 61-8 Simmons Beds II 1-4 St. Louts-San Francisco 1 1-2 Standard of N. J. ...... 43 Texas Co 21 3-8 U. S. Smelting 1173-4 U. S. Steel 37 1-2 McKesson Bobbins 7 7-u n make her go nway arid leave him alone. Chicago Corn _ open high low .close ,V«- 85 5-8 88 7-8 86 1-2 88 3-4 at >y 85 7-8 87 3-8 85 3-4 87 1-8 Chicago Wheat Dec Ha*-! 1 . *J lgh low close Sav B? i, 9 ! J - 2 98 M " 3 - 8 May S7 5-8 as 7-8 97 5-8 99 "• • charge of assault with Intent to Hickman is charged with the (hooting of his former wife 'at Big Lake yesterday. Mrs. Hickman was struck by a shotgun load but not seriously wounded. The .shot peppered her Irom head to foot, R. T. "Kid" Wright, arresting officer said. Hickman told tlie court this afternoon. thai' he 'assaulted his Leachville Man Assessed Penalties in Municipal Court Hgre ;V. E. WUlls, proprietor of Ihe Blue Eagle, combination pool hall, cafe ^and lodging house at Leachville, 'entered pleas of guilty .to charges" of, file gal -. possession.. pfijlquqr an £ exhibiting;,-a"««mihV defies Iti Bly- le" municipal court- yesterday. .'•;Willis .was assessed the minimum fine of $100.for exhibiting a gam- Ing-device and a '$100 fine, for. illegal possession. Jiidgc. Cunning: harn;wamed the defendant that, a second: appearance In court woiild carry heavier • fines., . •. The Leachyllle'man was arrested Saturday when a raiding party out of the. sheriff's office here swooped down on. the Blue Eagle, in the fceart of .Leachville, to find a dice table a^id an assortment of various liquors 'in' full .view in the establishment. ' . •' " .Several men were fined $10 each oh public drunkenness charges, one being suspended on condition that the defendant would go to Hot ' Springs for a prolonged visit with his brother. . L. J. Talley,- negro, entered a plea of guilty to a charge of reckless driving and H. B. Bryant, iiegro, was fined one dollar for assault and battery. Hearing for Beulah Williams, ne- gress, charged with assault with Intent to kill, was postponed until Wednesday.' Prosecution of Insull Left to Green's Decision WASHINGTON," Nov. 21 (UP)— Atty. Gen. Homer S. Cummings today placed with' U. S. Attorney Dwight Green, Chicago, the responsibility of determining whether tlie federal government will attempt further prosecution of Samuel Insull. Persful and Gunn Get Long Federal Sentences . ; JONESBOrtO, Ark—Iii United Slates district court here yesterijaj, Judge Mnrllneau meted out severe sentences lo two confessed vlotaleis of the federal Lindbergh kidnaping law. Rufe Persful, 28, confessed killer and notorious bad man, »as Fen tenced to 20 years, and his accomplice, Rlley Qiinn, »ns sentenced 10 15 years 111 the fedeial penl- tcntlary. 'llie charges were ,preferred In connection with the $l,ooo'Sch(igg- lown robbery and kidnaping, Per;,- f«l Imcl served a term In. the state prison for murder and was. Implicated In vstlous oihei crime*, be "iff at liberty on parole v,lien the Schiiggtown crime occurred 7 emncr Divinity Student Kills Wife and Priest in Hotel Room NEW YORK, Nov. 21. (OP)-So mslnm g (hat he was unable to stand unaided, Joseph L: Slolnmetz, J2-ytar,o)d former Los Angeles divinity student, wrns Arraigned In lomlcide court, today charged vvllli smj'lng his 17-ye.ur-old wife mid a Roman Catholic pMest 10 whose room she hull, gone/ The hearing on an affidavit which 11(1 not stipulate the degree of the -rime was adjourned until Dccein- >er 3, presumably to permit action uy llw grand Jury wlilch will' Ilx the nature of the offense. Stcinmet?, entered no pieu to tlie'formal hom- charge preferred by Green came here and held n fnrjv,Y"' if"'".. "" .,, "-~" ullt>1 " ls 30-minute conference with cum- rormer wife but didn't. Intend to I mings to discuss the outcome of fcui ner. He said he did so to. j the case in which Insull and 16 ES7Lf ™ J" IOUS _) r ? Hble , nnd .others were acqullted on mall Parking Slips and Their Colors Cause Akron Fuss AKRON, O. (UP)-Mayor I. S. Myers Is planning a special traffic ticket lor the "sons and, daughters of prominent people who dislike being detained two or three hours while awaiting bond when iatrested for speeding." ^Police use a yellow ticket for parking violations and a pink one ior other minor offenses. Until Myers issued an .order, speeders were not given tickets, but were taken to Jail. Protests from their Parents caused the mayor's orde- ne said. "' nf spccial ( et of d fferenl color should be given f^u' , co «n<!"m«n humorously declined, suggested the mayor prepare a ticket "on violet pap^r with embossed lettering m gold for the 'sons and daughters of the promhicnt people.' " fraud charges in connection with the. collapse of the $.2,000,000,000 Insull utilities chain. V.. . . ':Thls case will 'te " Subject to further study and consideration by Green," Cummlngs said. "What course Is to be pursued will depend on these studies and recom- riendations by Green." School Head Blames Disorders on Drinking and Late Arrival of Train Regret at the rowdyism which marred the Blythevllle - Vfclnut Ridge football game at Walnut Ridge last Friday was expressed in a letter from A. w. Rainwater, superintendent of the Walnut Ridge schools, receUed by Harmon Robinson. Excessive drinking on the pait of a few Wnlniii Ridge faas was blamed for .the trouble by Mr Rainwater, who intimated that possibly a share In the responsibility on this count rested with visitors from Blythevllle. He said that he was hopeful that "there were few, if any, ol our students participating in the matter"' .The." letter follows: ' "I appreciate your letter re- gardlrig the conduct .of our'" fans wlilie the Blythevllle football team was in, ':•-'.You,have a great uootbali'txim in Blythcvllle. You', "defeated ' us and that Is all there li to it Of course, our fans are conjecturing as to. what.; might have happened bad;we pliiyed a full length game You can't keep them from doing that. Such- is the natural thing for the loser. "We are" conducting an Investigation into the trouble at the train. I .am-truly sorry that such unsportsmanlike .conduct : took' place. I feel that responsibility Is at the door of a. few uptown fans who .were .drinking I hope that there were .few if any of our students, participating, in the matter. I am conducting an Investigation in :school to determine if any of our-students .had... a. part In it. I know .the fights : at the game were by', outside,. fans. We are expecting to-cooperate with the railroad company,to complete an investigation into the matter at the train. I might add tha one of the Instigators of the. fighting at the game and perhaps the trouble at Ihe train is an employee of one of our utilities and was discharged from his company the next morning. j ' "The crowd here h'ad waited for the train and the game for three hours and had grown restless and those who were- drinking had totten too far along when the game started. Perhaps some of your fans were too far along by game time too. I feel that If the train had reached here before noon as at first scheduled and we had kicked off at two o'clock, jfe would have had a much better game, . little trouble with the crowd, and a. much better game. "Our town as a whole Is wrought up over the action of a few of our fans and determined to see that such finscoes do not happen again. ,' '•. "If there is any further Information you. can'give me in regard to the behavior at the game, 1 will be glad to have it. "A. W. Rainwater, ' . "Superintendent of Schools.' "Walnut Ridge. Ark. •cliie Ive Kobert Jtelininn. The affidavit said Stelmuctz, who as arraigned under Hie name of Harry Stelnmetz, "discharged several shots" into the bodies of his iiovle-dancer wife, the former Ruth Tiles Armstrong, and the Rev, Joseph 'j. Leonard, 40. chaplain -of :he Morris Hall Home for the Aged at Lnwrenceville, N. J. It gave no further details. From' Assistant. Medical Examiner Dr. Thomas Gonzalez It was learned :nid Mrs. Stelnmety, find the priest were In a slate of undress when the student entered the cleric's room at Hie K. o; c. hoiel yesterday after a drinking bout and killed them both. King Buys Wedding Wine at $700 a Case LONDON (UP)—King George has Ptdered a TOO-year-old Tokay wine to be served in honor of the Duke of Kent at his approachln» wedding; The price paid by the King for the ancient vintage. $700 a case, or J2J a bottre, is believed lo set a .record of Its kind. The wine from Tokay 1 'of royally for i Chancellor Gautney To Hold Cour Wednesday 0 with Chancellor J. p. Gautney of •foncsboro presiding. A number of divorce cases are to be submitted for decrees. Steele Promised Cut in Electrical Rates group of vineyards only 25 square miles in extent, which has been c "l«vated without Interruption for Steele by C. V. Sebaugh, Blythe- vllle, district manager of the AH Kansas-Missouri power Co, in a lalk before the Steele Lifters club. SJNGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS i- P.-f. A. Selves Thanksgiving Banquet in Community Structure OSCEOLA, ,Ark —The new community house at Whitton, built »Hh PFRA' labor of cypress logs and with a cypress board roof, was dedicated Monday night with a Thanksgiving banquet sponsored by the P-T A organization of tri Avhllton schools- Tire 'bulWlng }s 40 bj 60 and Is built on school property. There were fifty couples present at, the banquet,. including the following vlsilor's Mrs A P Barham, Mrs Sim Hodges, Mrs ' Joe K IVfKchell, and Mrs. c. C. Bowen. of Osceola, Rev and Mrs James Randall, of Joiner. The Imocatlon v,as said by the Rev Mr McGhee, of Whitton The master of ceremonies was : Phllllp Decn, superintendent of the Whlt- (on schools The address of welcome 'was given'' by Mrs. Frank Deem A toast was given by the Rev. Mr. Mcphee. A period of group singing was followed by a solo by the Rev. James Randall, who also ;ave the response. The conclud !ng number on the program was i :alk by Mrs. A. P. Barham in be half or the tuberculosis seal .sale. Negro Slayer to Face ". Trial at Clarendon Green Phillips, negro slayer of a railroad special agent, who was captured In Cairo, III., several months ago by Cairo officers anc u group or officers from this city will face trial In circuit crlmlna court at Clarendon on December 10. The negro slayer was to have been tried this week but a continuance was granted. •Several local officers who assisted in his capture are to be state witnesses In the trial. ' 'rahce and Italy Will Refuse to Join In Abrogating Treaty LONDON,'Nov. 21, (UP)—Refusal of Prinicc and Ilaly to Join Jii- >iui In abrogating live WnshJnijtbn mval treaty was regarded ns'« oregone conclusion In Aiiglo-Aui!! 1 ; can rtuartenf totlnj 1 . J - ' Foreign'- Minister Koki Hlrotti'bf Jnpun has Invited Pr.inco and .Italy: o Join in the move. Tlii> Japanese n-evloiisly sought nrlllslv 'cooixirni Ion Inn iirllntn declined. •Prance's. refusal, It was icilerai, ''oiild be mnlnly duo lo Ihe general French policy in favo i-of tiic itnlus quo of treaties. Althoujl) ^rancp Is not sntfclled 'with her nival ratio unilcr the Washington reaty she was believed to feet that he assistance of Japiv nln scrup- )l)ig the Irenty would morally', ntd -icrinany's aim lo abolish the Versailles treaty. .• • • , Italy also has expressed u desire) increase her relative naval strength but the Italian govern- nent lost December on p'n>sc'i)ln- Ilon o; the pnvrtl budget expressed opposition t 0 Japan's policy. : Broker, Once Wealthy, Leaps from Hotel Window CHICAGO, Nov. 27.' (UP)—Lc- Roy p. Harris, 47, La Sado street mortgage broker, leaped Irom n :wenty-first fioor window of a loop 'lotel to his death while two biisl- liess associates with "goodbye": IcU lers from him ran to Ills, room. • Police- said Harris, bnco wealthy, tried to hang himself in Irjs room', slashed his wrists and thrbat and stabbed himself in the chest as lie perched on the window ledge. The. lillers to his . friends an- •nomiccd thai he wbuld end Ills life at 10 o'clock this morning. His fortune': had ' been wiped out, he said A few minutes before 10'o'clock! E P Jleller, also n broker, and nnollirc Sc(|iialnlancf! of Hnnls, rushed Into the hotel, but before they could reach his room he leaped from the window: LOCKED IN JAIL Carolina Authorities Act to End Epidemic o\ Robberies Study Living Standards of Employed Workers WASHINGTON, Nov. 27. (UP)— The department of labor Is making a social study of living standards of employed wage earners and low salaried workers In 11 cllies, Secretary of tabor • Frances Perkins said today.. The Investigation of the expenditures of such families was extended to four New Hampshire cities and already has been started In New York city and Rochester, N. Y., Pittsburgh, Columbus, O., Richmond, Va., Memphis, Tenn., and New Orleans, It will cover 29 other cities later, Miss Perkins said. /CRIP C»n jou conceive of anyone lo selfish that they would refuse to (five two cenls occasionally lo keep a relief movement «olny that was designed to prevent distress coming lo people In Inelr own community? Just a few pennies from those who »re »t>!e to spend them Is all the scrip committee «sks. Give them time pennies and they will handle the relief problem of BlythtTllle, this winter. ASHFVIlTjE NO Nov 2T (U P>—Ashevlllo. cltv officials lodti) defied, an order of (he state cmer- uency relief administration to release 54 residents of the federa transient bureau,. arrested as authorities sought to solve' a series of holduns and robberies. . "The wholesale arrests weri made In nrrier lo nrotect the citizens in the neighborhood of tin 'rnnslcnt home," Chief of Pollci W. ,J. Evorclt said. ' Clilef Everett said he was pro- parlne n petition lo the cltv council asking that'tlie transient libmi be removed from Ashevllle. The men were taken to th< countv Jail to be finger printed The nnser prinUs were forwarder to Washington this afternoon "We will hold the men iintl we hear from .Washington," Chief Everett said. Younj? Holland Man Dies of Tuberculosis Clarence Mathls, 23, of Holland Wo., died Monday at the home o Mr. and .Mrs. Luther Hayes following a year's Illness from tuberculosis, Services were conducted at the Baptist church of Holland tills mornlnp with the Rev. B. G Stevenson officiating. The deceased was well known in soulhcast. Missouri where lie spent his life. Both parents diet! when he was a young boy and he made his home with his grandmother. Mrs. M. A. Sharp, until a few years ago when he went to the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes. He Is also survived by two other mints, Mrs. Cora Hood of Memphis and Mrs. C. E. Fowler of Steele and one, uncle, Gordon Sharp, of Denton, Mo. The Moss Undertaking company was In charge of funeral arrangements. Speaker The n«v. Alfred carpenlei iiusloi if tho First Baptist church', Is one )f HID principal '.sjwnkerA nt the Into II. Y, p. u, convention to bu 'I' at Lllllo Rock,' Wcdtiesduy, Thursday and. Prldiiy. EXPECT ill Ill BflPIISTJEETINE Arkansas Young People Will Convene at Little Rock This Week Anproxlinately 5.000 mcmlicrs of B, y, p. .u.'s or Htiptlst churches In Arkansas nre expected to attend tho '.annum -slate meeting In Little Rock ; We<lnes<lay, Thursday and Friday. It has been announced b\ J.--P. Prlcnd of, this cltj nrcsldrnl Attendance nl these meetiuss ha< Incfensed; rniiidly. Two years nyi there were 800 present, last year more than 1300.wont : to Port Smith tor the convention and reservations have nlrcadv been made this year for almost 2000 Several prlres will or awaroed A •sliver loving cup will be nresented the hlgrwst ranking B Y "P U In the state One team from e»el of the six districts wlli «enler llii s«ord drill In which the,winner.wl) represent_ A|k^.n<.M s^| A , }s " -- v HmJ" iii'xl 'iiprmg \Ucle will !»e rnnde in the poster-contesi which has created much attention Another lilpli liijht or the con vcntion will be the annual election ot^ officers Mr Friend, who has seried as president tor two years, is ineligible for another term Under his .leadership the organization ' : lws in-own - Into .one of the most outstanding In the south. As evidence of-Its Importance Baptist lenders In seven states li aye agree- to speak on the program Ai'rionj; other features or the prq- srnm will be : the openlmj address Wednesday, 'evciiliie by the Rev Perry p. Webb, formerly pastor of the.-First church here arid now of Pine BlufI,- Dr. Robert G. Lee. pastor, of the.Bellevi'ic Baptist church of Memphis which has a member ship of approximately 3oOO mem bers, who will give two addresses an address by the Rev. T. L. Hoi- comb, nastor of the ; First church of Oklalionia City, and former state mission secretary of Texas,- n talk on the youiiB psonlc and foreign missions by Dr. Charles E. Maddry, secretary of (be forekn mission board of Richmond, Va.. who Is just back from the foreign mission fields; a talk on "The Glory of the 13. y. p. u. Movement"- by the Rev. E. P. Allrcdge, statistician for the southern Baptist convention nt Nashville. Tcnn. ' A number plan to RO from the First an<? second "Baptist churches here. )cparttnent Heads Notified Theii Expenditutes f\1iist Be Reduced . * v/ianiixu i\Jrt,vnov £\ VUfJ~ Jinsllc econoniy t program that might cut inllllohs fiom govern- nenl costs and Wing dbmlssa; of nans cinplo)* 1 ! Is being studied by, a'dmlnhtratlon tifflclals, it -v,as' learned today { , ju( ' *"•" Many department heads ' have* b»cn notified by budget officials 16 uirtall U)olr coi^s In submltUn'g es- Llmales of prpb^ble qxpendltures for the new fiscal.year bczlnnlnz July 1, I9JQ J^'> ' Uudfcl ]•; incomplete ^j budget foi (lie newrftscil yco,i Is Hearing completion and will be submitted to congress early' In January by president Roosevelt It is loo eirly, however, to Judge trie «\tent of' the proposed economies 01 the prospective budget o! 'the federal government 4__* These questions arc largely dc 1 pendent upon the course of geriVri! business which In turn dictates 'the umaimt of "relief or "recovery* money that must be supplied by the fedeiai government it Is known^ howeier, that ccilaln reductlo&'in coils havo been ordered ' ^ Theie Is nothing to Indicate* however that the administration s planning a balanced budget. *»s ccenlly demanded by the Nation^ nl Economy League, which urged slmip icductlon In relief and! re- "•ovcrv e\))endlt\ires and the rats" UK nr about $1 000,000 000 by taxation , Will Continue Relief ' rollowlng n conference with President Roosevelt at Warm yesterday Senator Joseph T Robinson senate flooi leader, lissed confidence that "experT- clltiires for normal - purposes wtfi li« kept well within lncome'' t biil; that It wns.not vet possible to decide what emergency expenditures wwld be necessary' ,^ This v was inferoreted In? a determliialloti ori> tlWt'pSrt 1 of the president <to continue-ex- nendltiirrs Inr «t(mulRtlnji i ment and (for relief eron • excess of I Is-Income foiiBrcsslonal sentiment wjp»r- cnttv Is oppaied «to any additional iTX JCVlyl ^ , , niifinw S WARM SPRJNOS, Ga Nov 27 mpl-i-prtsEdent R^o^evelt today sludlnd with Secretarv of Commerce Daniel C Roper the coun- tr\ s ! Industrial situation utter he --omiileted discussion of the''1935 leuhlalive procram with Senator loseiih T Robinson majority lender. •,'""•> ^fr Roosevelt had outlined,/o Senator Robinson the nrime administration oblective of lowering the national deficit bv keeping normal Government expenditure w°ll nlthln the government's urejf Senator Robinson' vleft for"'hl Arkansas home today after com- oletln? his discussions wilh"ttie president. "" i* Two Clevelanders Try to Go Sleepless 30 Days CLEVELAND tUP)-Mike Joyce and Sam Rlchman tried to outdo Six-day bike racers when the "squirrel whirl", was here. They walked around, handcuffed together. Inside the track, boasting they'd slay awake through the races and 30 days In all. Tlie two hoped for cold weather to old them In their stunt, R. G: Stiles. 86, Dies at Son's Home at Yarbro R. G. Stiles,^88, died'at the honia of his son, R. L. stiles, or Yarbro. Monday evening He Is survived bv .wo sons, W. ,B. Stiles, and R. u 3tllcs, and one daughter, Mrs L *. Prince, all of Yarbro commun- ty. '. Services were 'held at the home of w. B. Stiles, 522 South Lake street, this afternoon with the Rev. V. E. Chalfant officiating. L. o. MOSS was in charge-of-fit- leral arrangements. H. Brenner of Hot Springs Is Dead HOT SPRJNOS. Ark.. Nov. 27 (UP)— George H. Brenner, 58, funeral director lor 32 >ear s and prominent. Arkansas fratemallst, died suddenly , today at hh Lake Hamilton lodge. He had been suffering for some time with neuritis. Battle Demonstrators in Streets of Vienna VIENNA, Nov. . 27. (UP)-Steel helmeled police and Helmwehr men wlih hov i, .? « elniweflr ™* n jesterday was 62, minimum ' 4», of Lu r? 1 /" afcked thousan<JS P»rtljr c)°udy. according to Sunurt c ,fli . j detr >ons'rators In the F, Norris, official' reither - 1 - Ii — oireeia today, • :' g^._ Dr. L E. Tucker Namwll to National 0. E. S. Port > i Friends • in Mississippi county Iraio received the Interesting news From Tamm Pla wher* ttie A jift- tlonal meetln? of o ( B s his »cn in session that Dr L E, Tucker of Monette Grand Patron of O E S of Arkansas has been aonointed Grand Sentinel of General Grand chapter O E S t of the World His tenure of service will be for three years < Negro Democratic Club Is Launched at Memphis MEMPHIS, NO" 27 (UP)—A nhn to line up southern negroes behind the Democratic party was announced today by W R Palrtev nresident of the Negro Roosevelt Nen Deal Democratic club here. ' Falrley, speakln? of a meeting of nls club held last nleht *ild tnev h^d 'over 100 nresent and they we» all enthusiastic about backing the New Deal," 'Why shouldn't we be?" he asked ' The Democratic oartv I* <Hvtnij < negroes n siuare deal and It's tfme for us to line up with our white friends here in ,the South." WEATHER Arkansas—Rain tonight. Wcrlnesi day oarlly cloudy, rain in northeasi portion and colder. Memphis and vlclmty— Occ-is'in- "i rains tonight and, Wednesday. Colder Wednesday afternoon am$ The maximum temperature here jesterday was 62, minimum ' 4»,

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