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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 5, 1932
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Served by the United Press VOL. XXIX-NO. 198 BLYTH EmMffiQIIRIER NEWS Blythevllle Dally News. Blythevlllc Her»ld. Mississippi Valley Leader. Tilylhevllle Courier, •1 K, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY. NOVKMHRK Mad Murderer Finally Kil ed After Holding Trooj: ei's at Bay Four Hours. HIGHLAND MILLS, N. Y., No 5 (UP)—A paroled maniac, - Ai ihony Chiarella. invaded th Jesus and Mary convent -scho today, fired shots which endan,, ered girl students and nuns,- kille a man against whom he had grudge, and then battled s!a troopers lor four hours until the she? him dead. The maniac who had 'threai ened to blow up-the school afti he Was discharged as an emploj there, was fatally, shot when 1 whirled - abcut to face a troope who had dared a barrage of bu . lets to enter the'basement of . h ' school in which' chiarclla barr caded himself. In' .the' basement .the trcop.^r found the body of Jchn Conno' ly, about.' 50. an employe agains whom Chlarella had a grudg. One shot had penetrated his dies Trooper Joseph Qulnn ended t!; long battle between Chiarella an the police when he made his wa, through a passage • under - th building and ' into' the basemen which was filled with tear ga released from bombs hurled u the troopers. When 20 feet-from Chiarella h shouted: "Hands up!" 'Chiarella whirled, a gun in hi hand. Qnlnn "shot him -througi the chest. He crumpled • to th floor. , - - j- , T ,w- Quirin signaled the troopers out side that- 1 it • was all over. ' ; priest hurried Into the dark base ment where gas fumes were al most suffocating. He bent ov; Chiarella who wrs dying and ad ministered the last rites. Slugs Bank Employe, Escapes JVith $15,000 COLUMBIANA, Ala., Nov. 5 (UP: —A bandit slugged the booklceep erof the Columtiana Savings bank "WSrj'- 1 «ndx-took tlS.OOO from the vault. . : ••"Sidney Bird, 26, the bookkeeper »as knocked unconscious by-the blow. w. -.I,. Christian, caghler found Bird ,lyinf near the vaul when he; entered the building at ,-Bird'regained consciousness long enough to tell" W-. .-P.-Davis, presl- cknt.-that he found the bandit in- clSli the bank when he-opened at 7."a!m. 19 complete work lie- lef unfinished, yesterday. •The .bandit" covered Bird with a revolver, he said;- and forced, him tpVbpen the vault. The time..locks were off, the, bookkeeper, tald. Af- ter'the man 1 rifled.the.' safe he attempted to lock Bird inside but when he resisted the bandit sluj- ged.him, he said. -The bookkeeeper lapsed back Into unconsciousness -before he could glvevofBcere a description of the robber. Grover'» Car I* • His Hunting Weapon SALIDA, Col. (UP)—S. A. Blnns. Salida grocer .needed no gun to get his deer this season. A herd of deer dished across the road, near here, In front of Blnni' car, and in turning out to avoid some of the animals, he ran into one of them, wounding it so severely that it had to be killed. Closing Stock Price* A. T. and T Anaconda Copper Auburn ____ " Caterpillar Tractor Chrysler Cities Service General Electric General Motors Montgomery Ward New York Central .. Packard , Standard of N. J. Te "s co U. S. Steel 104 9 41 7 H 3 15 13 II 23 2 6 31 ; H 35 1-4 5-8 1-4 3-4 3-8 3-3 7 -g 3.4 1-2 York Cotton NEW YORK, N0v~ 5. (UP)-Cotton closed very steady. Open High Low Close 6" ... 623 638 635 645 630 644 "5 857 «39 6S5 «57 «8 650 665 668 679 - 660 875 885 692 674 674 Dec. . J«n. . Mar. . M»y . July , Oct. ™^* v*m, U II D 14 Spots closed at 645. up 25, quiet. Orlean* Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 6. (DP}_ Cotton closed firm. • Open High Low Close 623 C37 621 634 635 641 626 640 Ml 652 637 650 652 662 647 661 663 670 660 669b ---, 879 687 672 685b Spots elo»d it (39, up 19, steady. Dec. Jan. Afar. May July Oct. Coiinting Mere Fonnaiily-- liere's the Dope Arkansas' Gilts to Hollywood The Second street bulletin board, which successfully predicted the one-two-three-lour order in Aikaitas' Democratic rjjbernict- oilal primary, now ajinounces Hoosevcl'. as Hit winner over. Hoover In the fcrtliccmlng presidential election, November Uth. The. board is In the term of n window display in n Second street ?!-.op and reflects the cph>lo::s of L. G. "Pet;-" Thompson, First Ward alctcnnan and p-.'litician, on flsli- ine. weather and politics. / The bulletin, nov. en disiilay. heralds the return of "pvcspcrlt,-" on Ncveinler 8th, predicting that Rco?cvelt will receive 341-- electoral votes to 184 for Hcover. Hocv- c-r is rated higher on the bulletin .beard than in the Literary Digest roll, it'is announced-that; !{cosc- vell will curry 32 states ani Hoover 10. The votii ci each'.state Is recorded. * _ .S Chitmans Found Quilty oi Petit Larceny in Theit of Motor. Louis Chitman and D. Chitman ere loimd guilty of patit larcens by a jury trial deliberated almost -ix hours before bringing in a verdict yesterday, and given fines of $10 and S2» respectively. In finding the two Missouri men guilty ot the theft of "an outboard motor the jury placed the value of he motor at less than $10. reduc- ng the offenss from grand to petit arceny.- Bulls Brcck of Manila entered pleas of guilty to burglary and larceny and was sentenced to one year In the state penitentiary for larceny. The burglary sentence was suspended. Will White, negro, entered a plea if gullly to a charge of assault with intent to kill and "was given Dne.jrea; in testate penitentiary. '•Charley Estes was found guilty of «nsjxjt(ing.liquor oh' appeal''from he 'prMce ' division of <- municipal ourt and was fined S100. The Jury lowever, recommended trmt the fine * held up and the court agreed o suspend half of the fine. In tie rily other city appeal case trbd Roxic Chisholm was acquitted en n harge of illegal possession of llq- or for the purpose of sale.- Dismissal of a statutory charg;. he supreme penalty for vliic'a L". eath, against Charlie Collins. Tc- lato .farmer, was ordered on payment of costs, and another similar charge against Collins was nolle rossed. . A. charge.of assault with'intent o kill against Charlie Orr was or- ered dismissed on payment of tee osts.' Charges of false pretense against Jlyde Robinson and 'Marvin Robnson dating back to 1930 were nolle rossed on recommendation of ib2 rosecutln^ attorney. Judgment of the municioal court as affirmed in about n do?cn cas- -s and judgment of Manila town ourt was affirmed in three cases. Seven appeal cases were dismiss- d on payment of costs and two ere affirmed but with suspension f fine on payment of costs. Court adjourned Friday after- c?n until Mondav mornins when rial of E. L. Kin?. Leachvllle vet- riarian, on a stalntory charzc hich has death as the maximum •enalty. Is tentatively set. J. B. Richardson and Veron Gcan. al- ged hold-up pair, arc nlso slat«d o go to trial Monday for robbery f the Union Market here and i'f harlcy Harrifi, aged property own- Lcnchville Boys Lead Arrest Two for Attempt on Presidential Special { 4HOAKI) PHKSIOENT' HOOV- .I'-It'H 'IKAIN. Nov. 0 (UP)—Prcs- »"-iil Ifn-vi'i', tavudliifi tho iiorlli- in tin- clo-iliiR ciiinimlsn ilnys, •' biIcily ul Ilelult, WIs., to- Mmrily niter it hml be™ .. • - .... ......... ,,j ,, | nonors at Achievement I;!;". , lv> " "^i-cs v.-crc i '"•' l "" *'is|>lc!oii of (nn on (lie tr.u-k ou -r i) I'Ogram. mcmlxns MI i-hili.: lis'cuids mode by j Ihe Hoys and a Iris jllio Clilckiisuwlia dl _ iMstliipl count;' 1 \vcrc nnnaunccd 'in i the Arhlcveincu'l Day nrwum lii'n 1 tcday. Mor,. .Hum ico iiieinLi-i:, Ircin nine clubs hLs ,-,| 'I In [or tlijiij>;isl fmir yrwi-." , ; chili 'profit t Innl:, In -.ErCM-tiiK -i'Jtoii. Virsll .folmson, kgn llr;;l ] luce 'in lite pi l«; (or -.the. firwitcsl mas', i-omplcUv ^ccml , In Hi? corn contest Ulnmn Noli- Mil. 1'iMiy, won' f^vst honors.] 'llu- ivrpnls im:<lc by llii'sc winners will, to will (o Ihc- sla'.o CUMICM. Stilte winners llien v c- ft v niitipiuil honors u?i Achhvi'- tlnl stop liore wa 1 ; .. ..- "^ I'"I" inilk'd out district of MIs-j' 1 ' 1 '" tefwc he htul (Inl^licd ),h ,-.. ,i..»n,,,t— ^ ?... i iluirl aildn'S.H from the end pkit- RiTii-i n'rvlcc men wore Incline:! »:inl!i.lw mi; .'.I' ol {\v i::i;cs White And Hciny wci ou suspicion, aplkr:; in Hull;/ Ix.'wi n-'ijioicd triick. UK; service im-n Kriink RuMnson .Lcnclivllli-, wcni '' llv '' : tr Ihc Cnncti award for the best cliiu > Rllct '- w (ho The most important contribution Pine Bluff, Ark., i™ «» the film wcrld ,„ 5 ,^ h , ,, llr of rung youn* .Urc-I.^By Sbnrmo,,, M. «d Ja«e( Chandler ' * ... •:, '• ', * . , Pine Bluff Girls-Am Among flying Stars of Film Capital SAES-in t« Wreck Frisco "Moose" Is Discovered JONESBORO. Ark.-An at'temot o wreck the "Moose," motor train perated by the Frisco railroad On he Jonesboro-Blj-thevilb division he former J. L. C. & E. tracks. y driving a spike into the rail? xrtween Monette and Black Oak as frustrated through timely di'-' overy. The discovery -was made Thu't- ay morning by Mr. Prior cf the st«r service department of the allroad who happened alon? en a otor car two hours before (h» ain was due at the spot. Prbr a.s enroute t 0 Leachvllle The morning train golftg to Blv- hey lie from Jonesboro hsd avl- """" ' over the rail a snort next train th i would have ^n train from Blythe- -c in this city ar OU n d 3 • m the afternoon. They and Land Owners Would Benefit Says Professor. "BY BOYDEN UNDERWOOD ' United Press Staff Correspondent LITTLE HODK, Ark. (UP)-"It ' claimed and not. denied," Dr. D. Y. Thomas, professor ol political science at the University of Arkansas, said in a letter to the United Press, "that the railroac's and power and light companys are behind he Sales Tax move." "They would be relieved of large axes and would pay comparative- y little in the way of the Sales Tax," he said.. "Out of state property holders would ,'benefit enormously nt the expense of residents." The proposed amendment Na. !9 the Sales Tax), if adopted, will reduce the state property tax to V- mill and put into the constitution a one.per cent general sales tax. Proposed initiative act No. 1 will irovide for carrying the sales tax nto effect—"levying it O n almost very-thing from talkies to grocer- ea," except gasoline and farm pro- lucts when soM by the farmer I "The last clause," Dr. Thomas' aid, "may have been put in tol fool the farmer. For the man who buys, not the man who sells, is the one who will pay the tax. The man who buys from the farmer will be I exempt, but the farmer will r.ave I Tl.ei-e were 123 wrlldcntcu I.s- •-mnl for one !o tlirea years v,-ci-:; and 3G vccched nwiml.s for four m- more years work. Thi! boys nnd girls ii!-:scnibl«(| nl !0 o'clock nl (he 'conn house U. S. Branson, J Louis cherry mul Iho Rev. K. K. LiilliiiDr v.cre lii ch:u-g|. of thi! recreation which w;<3 fcllowcd with n brief uruKi-im. Al this time (lie . honors were un- nomiccil.-Mr. Chrrry sjioke on '"I'lv Value of Completing a I'roli" '• anil Miss Winnie VlrRll Tinner o'l "Tlie Value ol mi Kducalion". A free lunch was s^rvnl ,vi<| this nilrnu-on Mr. and Mis. o, W. Mcculchcn rnlcrlnlncd Ihc 1-L-Hors with n matline party. 'fleslclcs the clui> members there were several teacher/; from rurrl HOLLYWOOD. — You're . going to hear a lot about pine Bluff, Ark., one of these days If two young girls out here have any- -tlu'ng to say about It. . Peggy Shannon and Janet i Chandler are those girls and each proudly claims Pine Bluff 'ta her home. Red-headed Peggy already has made a pretty good mark in the film world. And blond Jnn.5t is coming in on her rapidly. j Some years ago Janet, whose ; real name is Lillian Guenther, was by her grandfather ' that it "So now that there is a |»ssi- bility of my doing something. I'm using the name of Chandler," the •'..S'oung actress laughed. Ij Janet came out .here from New 'York three years make the grade In pictures. For three yearn she has-studied and battled her way forward. And now she is beginning to reap the reward. She ployed tho leading feminine role opposite George O'Brien In his last picture. "Golden West,' nnd already has been assigned to the feminine lead In his next film. LDUD15HEIIFF Oil. Company Claims State Authorizes.. D e t e c lion .Seekina to Collect on I Penrjinti Hearino of U. Gas Sold in Missouri, j 'S. Fxtraditionarv Action A Sheriff ? V rcs , trah1 ATHENS. Greece, Nov. S. (UP) • 0 , . , . . ff w. V. Shaver from levy- _Th, „ mml tod „ on Us Iccal properties to s- tte Drovis)oml i nrrcsl an ., >. M cure a certificate of Indebtedness ot Snmu , Insl , n f CM m ? g t?,n na ° to .™ amm>x ";ii>limics executive, whom Illinois .matey SHOO m gasoline tax and officials kl ( -xtradltp to at 0 , The cour B* Be nnel! . Star h, of revenue, actlon b ( hc United Slntes HOLLYWOOD. ,Nov. 5 (UP)-, Belle Bennett, who reached the pinnacle of motion picture fame by her portrayal of "mother" roles. Is dead. • She died last night at 'he age of 42. the victim of a long fight against a combination ot ailments, Although death had been anticipated for several weeks it, occurred suddenly at 9:15 P. M., according to her attending physician, Dr. Leon Tiber. Funeral arrangements were incomplete and in charge of her husband. Frcrl Wlndcmcre cf New Vorfc. land and Cimilhcrsvillc. The oil company conteii5s that the six- cent relail gas tax Is not payable on gas delivered to Missouri retailers. Under Arkansas' Ras tax statute a certificate of indebtedness flicd by the tax commissioner operates! as effectively as a judgment against [ any firm in that the sheriff Is required to levy an execution ^ against the firm. It It io fore- i stall the sheriff's action pending ' in Ihe case that Bomb Explodes at Home of Chicago Politician CHICAGO. Nov. 5. (UP)—The fir.l viol-Mica cl lire nrcsonl Chicago election campaign broke out today with exnlcsion if a bomb at the home of Bernard Weaver, 21st ward precinct captain. Tho .shock of the blast threw p (o , Mo. (UP)-The C B Giants, local basketball team up to their name P& mgc between 6 feet 4 Inches and f«t 8 Inches In height Will Give Stewardship Instructions at Osceola OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. fr-Mern- bers of Baptist churches of M's- slsslppl county will meet in Osccola at the First Baptist church next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings for Instruction In stewardship, to be given by Rev. H. 'E. Manwarrlng of Wilson, president cf the Mississippi County Baptist association. The school of instruction" Is being held preliminary to the every member canvass, which Is scheduled to begin In all Baptist churches at Thanksgiving and continue till January I,'during which time pledges to carry on n«.\t year's work will be taken. Republicans Spending More Than Democrats I chattered In a radius of block. WASHINGTON, Nov. 5 <UP>The Republican national committee reported today to the clerk of the house that from June 1 to November 2 U received contributions totaltn? $1,938,821 and had spent $1,960,920. Certain miscellaneous receipts gave the Republican committee n balance of $1,834.19 on the eve of the election. The Democratic report filed yesterday showed receipts of 51,427.118. Expenditures cf $1.261,412. find a cash balance of on November 2 of $165,700. The reports for both parties were the final ones before election dav. menl butldlnj owned by \Veavcr. Egyptians Enter University of Texas AUSTIN, Tex. (UP) _ Thres members of the Department of Agriculture of tho Egyntian government have cntorcd the University of Texas to make research In the colton Industry ns carried on in the united States. The three men, M. P. |Salnh-el Din Gazzar and 1 Mawardi, all cf Cairo, arc mnkint: a study of the cotton industry In I the leading cotton nations of the world. Prom thcso studies ttoy hope to raiso Egypt's rank as a cotton producing nation. Not Sister of Little Ror.k • Farmer's Slain ; Daughter, Says'Star. LITTI.E ROOK, Nov. 5. (UP)- Thc Arkansas Deuiocrn! this nfter- noon snld tt had received n teb- grnm from Betty Compsm. film star. In which 5 h D denied R. s Pnrkcr, Little Hock farmer, Is her father. The message, signed "Betty Compson," snld she l:a:l no slslrr that her father had died in ipu and that iier real name h Co'ni>- scn. LITTLE ROCK. Nov. 5 <UP)_ A famous movie actress I.-, llic sls- ler of Mrs. .loan Pnrker Hind. 28. New York beauty found chopped to ('oath In Paris. France, it wns learned here today. Ii. S. Parker, truck larmer, father of Ihe dead woman, told newspapermen she Is Hie sister of Belly Comnson. movie actress, formerly Edith Pnrker Dnvls. As Ihe news leaked out Parker, nlov-'lnq, stormed his team and told of how Edith (Ml<s Comnsnnl left the -in-acre farm home 14 years ngo to seek fame on UK "She has kept In continuous touch with me ever snlce." he said. Parker said thit although French police have written the case of the death of Mrs. Rind off the records as suicide, lie is c'on- vlnced It was murder. "My daughter was r.fil broke." he said. "That had nolhliv: To d^i with It. I know sho lir.d enough lo eel along on ami Ertith would liavc Riven her any amount she needed. "Some time ago she v.-rolc me from N->w Yirk that she w;.s going to Euroi.e for hrr husband's Insurance. She .sail! she was to marry ft ;<incli doctor Iliere.. "Shortly before she died I heard from her, .loan said she quarreled with the doctor oml would lonvo for the United States soon. "I understand her mother has Instructed she be buried In France, but Joan hart cnoueli Insurance and I want her brought back." Barker's former wife. Mrs. Josle Parker llaux. mother o! Ihc Rlrls. lives in Oklahoma City, Okln. Cily Youths Admit Ncar.Blythcville. _ MKMPinS, Nov. r> (UP)—Thre: Kunsab- Clly youths, arratcd In n hnlrl lost nluht, uro lickl today ic:- c|iid;>ici]in3 i" connection with two kidnaping mx| robberies her The youths giving llu-ir immes ns Slienmm Hnmiah, la, Harold Ciicniuis. 18, nnd c. J. McLean, in, "ro to be questioned nlso In con- lu-cllon with robbery ol Ihc Wcsl- i-rii Union rltlce nt Little Rock, 'irk., nnd iinothcr rolilicry and khl- i»i|i!ii« noar lirowniivllle, Tcnn. Arcoulinii lo jxillcL! llic .voiilln ndmlt stnallng an automobile In Kansas Clly, nnothcr in Little Hr.rk, mid burglarizing a ro:id- liouse near Blytliuvllln, Ark Th: police report the Irla Jiai-e l.-ecn iiilssliiK from Kiins.i.i city .'-luce October 18. The youths admit, |>ollcc say that they stole an nutoniobllo owned by th c 5i, cr |fr nt Pnycltevllle. Arl:., nl:o. J. C. Johnson, Tnmpa Pla' Icves conlraclor who was "taken- for a i.lde" and robbed by two well dres- i-cfl youll.-s, looked at the youtns iwia and said, "Two of'them look very much Iik 0 the ones whn held »ic up ami -robb'ea.'.••«•""---H» pointed lo Hannah iin'd oSunch TJ)e yoiitlis tloncd In connection with the kld- "npliig nnd -robbery on November cf n negro chauficur, Pinl Har- Thcy. nlso will be questioned In ccmiccllon with the kidnaping and robbery cf J. R. Q rnvra 0 , M(X|liI . ( rtiin., on November J, at Brawns He. Tcnn. J,' Blylllcillle ofriccrs snld po rents of a rcadlioiisa robbery ' tills vicinity hnil | )MI , rccJ Oiily tv.o places, one north and of Blythcvlllc could Both Sides Charge Misrcpi veycntation as' Race Draws Toward Close. By United Pres'j i President Hoover and Qoverrio- Hocsevelt niatchcct' 'blow for' blow as they took of! the (jlovea'^today for the final round of their, contest fur thc nation's highest office. The president, after unleashing a |*i-alliliig attack on thc Democrats nt St. Louis, faced another day of r.lrciuious campaigning. HU 'schedule called for several short'stc-ps mul major sytcches at Madbo'n WIs., and St. Paul, Minn., this afternoon and tonight. • . U was nniiQtnccd'Mr. H'.wer al- f:o would speak Monday in Salt l.uke Clly on his way home to California to vote. Governor Roosevelt virtually iiadltlonal appeal to Naw Yori city Democrats in a mass meeting at Madison Square Garden Mr. Hoover at St. Louis last "'Bin accused Ins Democrats of "deliberate misrepresentation" In seeking to blame him for 'the de- incwlon. He charged Roosovit with evasiveness on farm roller, Hie bonus, and government economy He reiterated his stand on pro- hlbltlon and declared In a Democratic rciwnl plan unworkabl; Ho ilefcnded Ihe $80,000,000 Reconstruction corporation loan to Charles G Dawes' clilcaeo bank. With Alfred Smith at hLs slds, Hootcvclt addressed a Brooklyn^ ',. 'He accused Mr. Hoov>r of^ .ircEcntln^ his own statem:nfs of four years ago-- regarding liopj for abolishing jioverty. He- do- iiciinced as 'unscrupulous the attempts of the president to "spread llic gosjwi of fear," Smith In a sarcastic address also condemned the "campaign ; pf fear " belittled Mr. HeoverS efforts for governmental economy,' nnd sild the president was headiof thc "c'ry Parly,In America." : :'h ' Republican hetdjiitfters -«m- nounced • former; Pre*kUnt Calrtn " one . be termed rendliouses of- ters declared, but nd<t«l that no icubeilcs other llwn tlicfts at pri- I'nte homes and stores hadi occurred here In some lime. Watch,:,, nnd Lhitnn lo tiamcs "ADfSON, WH. (UP) _ Wlill" Mrs. Harold Wllke and Mrs Bar:on Bnckmnn sal In their automo- Illo watching a high school foot- mil game they listened to the 'urdtto-WlsconsIn gam" over u radio Installed In the car Tri-Statc License War Halis Trucks Driver !s Winding Up ign in Missouri Campa OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 5.—Con gressmnn W. J. Driver Is oxj>;ct ed to return to his home iay after a wee speaking In (lie In itflte and national r; Tups in ncrt:- has t. of te is speaking Mo., and will '\fexlco, ,\fo. nt speak Monday at Wrinerr ShelM IV vh (U s, nnd got fast action, Will Explain Handling of Claims by Veteran* Phy'sicitiiis and others who assist In nsr'fe'ctlng .claims' for vei- trnns, • h'S well ns the former service men: themtehes. are' Invited; to ntlchd the service .school: io.- up held at the city- hall 'Sunday morning'and afternoon under uha spcnjorsrilp. of Dud Cason post No. 24,. American' Legbn. • • ' - : '• Of parilculnr Inbrcst will be Inlkn by Dr. S. O. Uoyce, -Ar--. fcuKsns member of the" national rchabllUallatn committee, at the' morning session, and James A. • Wlnn, regional manager;for :th'e veleiiins administration,«'af- ternoon. • • - - -.- Tlic day's program will open'. M • 10 A. M. and will last -until 4 ['. M. Lunch will be'Ecrved: out of town visitors by the local'aux- . .linry . unit and American Legion' -•st. ' . . - L In connection with the service school the annual membership - Jrive of Dud cascu post will: be , :p.i:nchcd. . Dr. A, M. Washbum, commander, has received an -.ap- •:enl from Department Commander J. II. Graves to put the Iccal . pst over the top In membership ay Armistice Day, November- ll.. Farm Horses Stage _,-,-• •=. Comeback in Nebraska' . » GRAND ISLAND,. Neb,. JUP) 4 Horses, displaced by piwer tractors on numerous Nebraska farms during ;^c boom period fo'ilowlng' the World War are staging'.'a comeback. ' . In fdct, accor-lng to'John' Tor-'" pey. head of the Grand Islan'S i'ivo- Mocfc commission Ho'aEe. p pneV<>'. the largest J-.orse dealing coneerhs In this country, the horis Is no* about the only product-of ranch, or farm which can bo marketed al a profit. The depression has largely boen j responsible' \-ior th- tsturn'.of the hcrsc to popularity among farmers, Torpey .said. . • "The demand far exceeds. th5 supply of horses," Torp2y says, "ar.d pr'-ccs on draft anlmcls arc going up. It will probably be five years te'oro a norms! supply cf farm horses U developed," he b;l!aves. WEATHER „ t on =ra'^ ARKANSAS—ClOlKlv. cooler tb- 'L,,i,d»rin- 'nl n1 S ht - tswmtng fair .in wisr. por- s'ar'i rtlc*'" on wlth frMt In-northwest Sun• - wine... day njjjfnin^ smtur moKl? fair, warmer In west portion. For According to the weather >._„. , • , ,.: ° — ^^- * ui ftn-viums tj me ouiciai weatner New Jersey and Maryland struck ' observer, Charles Phillips Jr., the ' ° f ^ turn- ., temperature was « d«- gr«es and the maximum, 70 d«- Maryland. from oegrees and the- maximum 73 de>

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