The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1935 · Page 6
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PAGE SIT, Suivoy Shows Tremendous Improvement in the Piist Twelve Mcmlhs. CARUTiiEnsvit.tr;. MO.— Mm. Jliaiils nml business mid nsi'lcnl- lural leaders, • viewing the. ' |i og tefs made in CaiiilhcTsvillo and Pomlscoi county during mi, arc optimistic over Urn strides irmdc uward |> o depression prosjmlu A statistical survey Miows Ilia during the year fiiuiiict.i] conditions lu\\v. iinuvovert m-avly !0< per com in ibis city «nd fount} M. U. Ambmijcy, coimly nWt, .staled ihfil ivmlscot farmers ' hud looliml 52,000.000 more for the 1934 cotton Clop than lor the 1033 , u«- , .. In I9it. he .vtld, "DID cotton .returns to tills county wen; ii|>. •proximtitcly $3.602,500. while in 3034 flic crop brought -$4,C8MM an increase this year ol $1.125,000 7n addition to this, Pemfscot (m- .mere received S750.000 more for wfs sears "del crop." In addition to receiving larger] ' VY/-/7 g/ee/ the New Year,'!! it is lo lid A copy ol the years thai went before — A lale of wrongs unrighled, golden ore Unmined and songs unsung, o{ victory Thai Infirm hands lei slip, of children's ta,in Thai no one tried lo dry? Hoy/ dare we wrile Anther page, unless it set slight A beacon for l!ie marchers down the yeSrs? /VOW/, by our vision of a brighter (fay. Our hope of dawn in everlasting night, Lei Ihis year see us farther on (he way ' Thai winds through darkness lo the sun-crownej height Where gkams o shining city. Ah, Lo bold— And make the new year belter than the old! .... 1 n.. . . Kim ml 1935. They have mudn some money, nald a lot of old debts, including delinquent laws, and ma- ni of them Ime put away some money to operate on next year." Hugh A. Tlstndl, _s;crclary-trais- urcr of the Crop Production Loan Olftcc for' f'cmiscol nnd Diinklln counties, with headquarters here, predicted, wltli normal condition.'!, demands foi crop loans'would much lei, than in This ollic --jut sizifloo (Hums Wli Lorms ot 518.000 were made in Uunklin county. Many ot the c loans were''repaid ))j the fir-it of October, and by far a majonh lus been paid by ihe middle of Unit month." Mi Tjstndl "iid his office- would hcKln mciplln; a|jplicalions for )03> loans aftei January 1. 'Ho«e\cr," he concluded, "it is om opinion (hat -the fanner lias tills \en managed to suvc some manes While these ' sums possi- blv blue not been enormous, yet they will substantially aid him to 'ni:lmlod in thl.s $200.000 build- $C,SCO into Ciiruthorsvlllc.' During the (list few weeks of o]>ei'ntlon. (ho payroll was not null*.' .so lilgli. nor the employe list so grant. '.re™-, there nrc now about 450 persons employed, with an average weekly check of $15, which means $2S,000 to loenl monllily snla- workers al. this >i crop loans would be ' per individual, in 1S)35 j r R ice he said, "loaned [ H fllmerK flbnnl *u-.>oW). imke his 1535 crop' without in- tlinui!! great debts (Ini-ing tliu uar Horo fccdslnlls have been Ralhcicd this scar, and this will mean rt maicml- decrease in tlic farmers' co-t of crop production. However, those fanners who failed lo raise iHIiCiuit stock--fepil Agricullurc Staged Vigorous Comeback During the Year 1934. t!y IIOIJACK IIOWKUH Chairman, The American Agricultural Chcmlr.il Company NEW YORK. !UI>)_ii, spite- of .drought mid oilier unfavorable developments, agriculture vigorous comeback in 1931 and on tile record t o date Ihis year, would Ir.v. In fact. If mny S1 ,f e iy he said I hat nsrlcitilunil revival is 'Continued From P.Kro One.) sub-mnrRlnni land a year for' 13 years; a program to use principal rivers for water power mid navigation; and a $10.000,000.000 PWA ..rnm, to be used in depre.w.'oi) time. SKEKS 'rllEASirjjy HKI.1KI' How much of this will s et to Con- gross this year is uncertain, bul f.omo of it w in_hi connection with the administration's idea of putting the employable unemployed at work. rtoosevrts wants the dole luivden taken o(I the treasury. That's impossible now, hut it's hoped to achieve It by getting the employ- ables at work in private industry nnd then transferrlnst responsibility lor the nnemployables-or whom ulllions arc on relief—lo (he slates Meanwhile, the adinlnlstrntlon i s about, to bow In some degree lo n great popular demand for old age pensions, as welt as to nsk Confess for an unemployment insurance act Congressional mail contains more demands for old n ge pensions than for any other legislation A national health Insurance pro- staged a sram has also been studied i )v the I n ti/1 mi IM'ftc Irlm. I'- r-i_ .n. - L yond ilie age of C5-ihc prounble iiB« limit to he flxs:l—and about half of them are dependent on relatives charity, or relief. Old ago pensions would lake, many oir relief rolls, which J 5 one chief aim Members of Ihe, president's committee have figured Hint beneficiaries should receive at least $30 a month, but initial federal aid pensions are. likely not to exceed .$]S or $20. •• Tlie grant-aid measure would apply to persons already beyond the age limit In slates which already have old age pensions or which subsequently adopt, them, Twcnly- eliihl stales now have old aye pension laws, but few of the old systems arc funcllonlmf. dram-aid would be replace'! i gradually |,y ;m t.-ontribiitory sys- ! tern which would be set up i n {lie same act. The contributory system would call for small payments ! by iiiitsons under 85 and by their employers into an-'old age pension fund which would begin to function nucr it accumulated sufficient HE- 1'remlers Meet During Hunt i.. nuc iiiuu-niii siocs-^iepii will " il " MKncitmmii ivvival is lo'lay probabls need its larnc. or iicr- sellin;; I he |x\ce toward relicml 're- he>is in some inslanccs. larger! covcry. loaiK Ihnn l.isl year, since slock Preliminary estimates Indicate, ft feed nnd other o - lo| a fa feed nnd other operating exiioui,- cs will probably be lilglipr this year than .in 1534." Sees Gooil Vcar Alicail . . J " mik.,n UlSLltiUl 1 , 1 total farm cash income lor Ihe current year of $fi,fiOO,l)00,000. lncludl)» j $550,000,0(10 benefit | SliO.000,000 from ei: purchases. This In CDimiicnling on tlic prospects!'' -— - •••• ' Smith, cashier of if .l-'O.OOfl.WO. or 23 per cent, over payments anil Increase of an "own by Ihe fact that farm' iiV - Oclober. the month for 1935. W E „...„.., „„.„„,, „, the First State Bank, predicted i' 10 Preceding year's farm cash in- uiit, mill noimil seasonal condi- l co " lc of ^••'80,000.000. which Inchrl- tlmis 1935 would be n "blight. 1™ •«2».<«».008 bcneni paymei,|s. 5Pai foi Camtbeisville and Point-1 Illc ' "liwartl trend in farm In- wol count; i">«if is being well sustained as 't believe the conditions of the town and county, as a whole is at least 60 per cent improved thisl for v year as over the .same period Jasti' Sblf ' njl «>"i't«l to S73s"oo'oooo Scar," he said 'Farmers have liaid «>'»Pnrcd with 5059.000,000 in s»i>.1 number of tjebts, some w old as ""' * five scaii luck Tliere-ls more nioney on deposit In the -banks. More people have been pul to- wort Mth i|, ojiening of new industries here, the enlargement of ------- ..... u . , l;-J.-lll|JH mid rehabllilntlon programs ri,AN TAX ON J'AY|JOM,S Present predictions avc iliai unemployment insurance will be fin- nnced by a 3 per cent ledcrni (ax on payrolls bcgliinhig in 1936 and will pay a bencflt at u, c rale of 50 per cent of wages with a maximum o nnal estimates are avail- -. , --.-,.,.,„,u^y, , M yj^l I, niut $020.000.000 In October. 1033. The prospect [or further 'improvement in a B rlciiUm-e rcs« prmiarily upon two factors. First, ... --- -• —- ".'."si-iiivni. uiij 1 ? must Iool; 10 increased Indus- others, and tlic commencement of I tr ' al Proehicllon nnd employment various government and private v vi11cn is lo say, increased purchas-' enterprlses. With these, and nor-i' n " P° wp r of the farmer's domcs- mal saasonn! ciop coiiriitions next market 193i should witness Caruth-1 , Recovery in world trade and |i sear. . - , crsnlfc n, K | pemiscot county rank- ^ lnc |' lra ' s rcloiivc posliion Herein "" '"" ' " c-de- ! ' s "' e second factor In ins great strides toward "prc-de- presslon pi-osperlty." R L. Tinsley, city tax collector stated tax collections had' been unusually good this year,.hi con- tnst - "rvcs lo improvement Illustrate the further Cotton president's Committee • °" KcoilMlli(; - • I 111 IUII1- is nlso mating siron* rP c- omuiDiidatlons foi ploymenl week of b»tw- of SI5 a Dr ,1i y 'i 11C1U fcr , "'"y fo " r «•«'<*« fl '° ln '"« ii-cnstiryTo of previous employment. The cateli ' in this plan, as now described i* "lot If business according to' tli Federal Reserve Index doesn't I'l.AiV . Now as for the plan sponsored oy Dr. Prank E, Townsend. wlm snys he has 1500 Townsend clubs in -18 stales with more thtui ir,- 000.000 members, (if those fHires were proved correct I would take hack ,tiie assertion Hint (lie Townsend bill can't wln.i Everybody over fifl would IK- paid a fedural |«usion of $200 a month and would have to spend it all nnd slop working. Townsciid says this would promptly wipe out the mi-1 !,'Z'™ Cd armj ' or 'WWM because I 4,000.000 old people would turn over 1 their jobs to others and O.OOOOOfl would gel jobs through the stimulus or all that spending. There are about Ifj.noonon persons over 60. so. dependlm? on how many accented the pensions, Ihe cost would run somewhere toward 42.000,000.000 a month. The money would be raised by '-'»' tax_ which. Townsend savs. of Hungry, i s j|| din-in.!; ;i sJjfHiiiiij!," •.•xiit'iiitton into I'l'l'"•!• Styria, Austria, just before ihe .-.vimis-ion O f Hungarians liy Yuen-Slav ia. . Cliaii- ... °^.. V \ ^CilllSftluiL'l,' of Vll^- should be from •i to - .^ in j r cent an initial couple of billions IM the plan 00 i»r cent of normal in IS135. Pi^eral social security export's - llie' nnr' 11 " 1 W °"' <1 C<X?t 1>b °" t l>rilf »'« tax will be , only i „<,,. CC|U , ,. CC| provision Ls hkclv to be blt- contested, as [hcic's no as- erly ii ! ihf 0 ° nr - Cvcn c ' in the 00 p fr cent, average. Kacli slnle would fl|x-ra(c i(s own Insurance syslcm, collccline lie h" and adminUtorlng its ow,, f,,,,,, forts among administration adv sers for n system in which em- ployes would contribute appear to nave been defeated. Opponents ar- ™o ' n least a 40 1X :r cent tax. innate prices chnolicnlly, nn d be impassible to operate ntid enforce pass , ° ™' °" ll " lt Of l ' current year amounts -••-«• -'-J i*rj,j. til C'C- I ---.,, ^^s wt _- ilUlt'U I'lltS ober and November'of this year, lsn * ar ' lns produccrt much addtilon'al w- cit> collected ^more tlian $7,- ^ r * tr 'i5 1a ,"| 1 "ifKr'eiiw with c rop- This can ,— — ».., 0 ,.„,! devices and othev craer- taksn U5 an indication that =™ c )' measures employed on berult the people of Canithersville are ! 01 a BrleiilturB. Out or all thh PV« much faeuer financial condi-1 ff""™ 'I is reasonable lo expect lion IKTO own a year ago" "'"™ •->--•• - • ' '"- eucd that employers would their share, to consumers and that labor shouldn't be soaked twice I-AfJOK OPPOSITION I.IKri.Y Labor is expected lo fight (llnl reporlcd part of n,c tidmlnistra- tion pi-ogram ivhlcli would cxemut many smnli employers and to insist that an employers of three or more xvorkers-exccpt In case of farm, professional, and government workers—come in. Yon mny also expect some a »i- ation in Congress for federal con- libiilons, with argument that a federal fund „«„)() Mp s(a( ._ • >0 ^, lo . c >' c!i ">l hazards. ' ; what form Hank B. Rhodes.' .Up .. , -- cashier of the National bank, and in close touch fn-iCuHur.il and financial tne' county, was cn- r co:uprchen ? ivc, ,on g -road » ,?, l ' r Emer «"'«y measures. niduly prolongs, lend to brg"t fur- ' 1 1 her , emergencie.s. Tnc rtnanml condition'of thr: count}, -vnd particularly Camlh- cisulle, Is u-icc as good ,i OV ,- „,, iL? BS a >cal ° B °-" - 1 " 1 raw. "In 1°33 there uas a little over a mtl- loilars on deposit in all the GERALDINE. Mont! IUP>- T-erfect card hand" slorv Is p •o be different, ' ' |'|£^s~~:s.5^Sr™« have to make some compromise me ndmnustralion would . alroosl certain! ^^/^criiUmlScS' ^Icamo^^J'Si 1 '^ iS^^-'swsSs .an.the eovcrnnirnt contribute 75 i first) CC1 " "' lhc n " 10 "" 1 \voui.n np.NKKiT O.soo.000 Americans be at Moslem Algeria Drinks More Wine Than Before ALGIERS (UPl-Prom a dry nnd peopled with "drv Moham- nednns, Algeria has increased her nnmiBl consiimpiion of wmc hv over three million liters rtan, to Algcrinns for wine. arc ncqiilrin? iloii. Tuesday - Weds. Mat. 2:30, 10-25c Nile 6:.iS—m-35c SHE TURNED HER BACK ON IOVE! Courier News SVant Ads Pays JOE P. P.RIDK Certified Registered Ensrlnrcr Oeiifral Engineerhi(;, Surveying. Mapping C!""'Q '?I8 Blythnillc Ark FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. tiVSt/RAN'CK DKPT. >•'»»- Lnc-Kcil at ini Norn, Sccma ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor Hour Late JO£ MORRISON HELEN TWElVETREiS CONRAD NAGf L ARLINE JUDGl GAIL PATRICK EDWARD CRAVEN TOBY W I N 0 RAY MILLAND Paramovml News Novelty Heel Comedy Final Survivor of 1 Five-Man Ac I; Scliaeffpi- [ s Disqualified Popeye Farmer Mills was the final survivor hi ti ndd of flvii wrwtlers who started ill (ho wii'sl- Iliif! roynl on the American Legion card al the armory Insl night Mills emerged with Speedy schneffer us ihe two llrnillsb af- icr Emu Plnm, -J'ony Lawn nnd Roy Welch lia f | hcen eliminated iu tilt rough mid ready jicran-bln Pfliwye ( )ra:eede;l it, miex ih,; first fall of his nmlcli with Schaelfer Speedy took the second and then' wus disqualified for eye .eouKhip the third fall, Mills wlnnlnf it as the route Unit Speedy "has tai on more than one occasion. Kml Fi.-po, IMC talkative South AmcrlC'in, was thr> first of the to be eliminated. FJrpo was sed from the ring when (he other grapplers ganged on him after several minute.'* of free-for;» Gripping...Plrpo stayed out a few minule.s nnd proceeded to try >••> Bet into the argument again iiltllng considerable confusion to the general mixup, and catching a Wow from someone not a performer In the melee. Hoy Welch v.-ent out as did Tony Ln\ra and that set llw stage far Popoyc and Speedy. They went (hroiiglj tljeir mnteh to claw the show. On The Outside , Looking In By "DUKE" ======== Jniiosbnro l.noklng lip Apparently Inkliij- Uie-lr cue from renewed ciuiiusiasin and in- tci-osl, in jif^i, .. w!rool 1001^,11 hl Hlytheville and I'ariifiould, aiiumii of the Joncsboro school are coinj to gel squarely belilnd the. Golden Hurricane- next .season, reixiils from .Joiieslxmi Imlii.aic. Belter cooperation on uii: part ot the alumni has been promised Hie Hurricane in IQ^ tlnn ^ n inr.ny years I)aM , it i, stnlMl . Calcliinii the aplrlt ihejiisi-Jves members of ihe Hurricane txiuoil ni'e said to lie ;ilre;idy Ifiokinf' forward anxiously to iW | u ii\ -•amp.ilgn. Coach nuljih iiniziip wi)1 , . back with the Hurricane next yar. tic plans lo slU'iid n cotch- ing school ihi s siiiiuiu-r io pick im lew polnter.s. " rapacity of as.5l s ta,,t roach Without a doubt ther<. will J,e occasion o,hv "' wht-n ••ten than one .[. II., foxier hooi mr. win "••"* "' «M™ U'liitworlji i n \ CH . j[,,j c ; H will ^ be (l m;v , ,. 0 i L , I0(ll|y foi , Pour years ago today J. IS. scored three points in the Rose Bow! b.v Place kicking a Held B oal for once euard coach l s | VslMm r, the piny of (wo ,pZ o\ I,!H> Alabama forward will) u (lie name W lth Stanford. Majb •I. !'.. will he able to conlrol him •wlf during the Wg game icoaches inns;, learn Ihc trie>;> Inn |,- . Ba , ,„ wms they'll have to call out K. a-fliw, s ,, d ,,j, , he vesowes make more mekeL than J. n d Hie fomier „. „. s . 81 ..d s w srcnicfecr and ladies' man teams' with Durmmi, freshman coach io iwm tho combination Una ke '' vmi ,, living up «, i^.,. oW f is always ready with n v'i«ecrai'k M- comeback lo break tiic 'nioiio- wny of ih». u ainin s ,„•!,„] l. ''..Ails. »R. N. L. CISSELL fl'llA l>l),\Ti; Vfil'EKINAKIAN Located at J3ol> Harris 1 • Sales stable Phone 460 Blytlieville, Ark. •Neth&rland News Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Rowland and daughter, Eloisc, iwe returned from « holiday visit with friends and relatives at BU Jrmics Mo 'Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mathis am daughter, Manalla, attended a family reunion at Concord Christmas day. Johnnie Tronlman has returned Irom a visit with friends and relatives at .Brandenburg, .Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blankcn- •ihip and children, Mr.'and Mrs Hubcn Blankenship. all of Hayti were gnesls of, Mr. and Mrs. A C. Blankenship Christmas day. The son of Mr. and Mrs Oscar Biuiton died of tetanus, the re cull of n severely cut finger, al noon Friday: ' • The Netherlands .school opened Monday after beiiig closed for Ih' holidays. ; Mr. Flynn, of SI. Louis, was (h" week-cud guest of Mr. nnd Mrs M. n. RoivlaiKl., • Miss Allehc Darby and two of her brothers have returned from a visit with friends and relatives in Mississippi. ' ROXY Tues:,Wed.-Thurs. TOO BUSY 'with REVtlRY to bothir with Life! TOO GAY mth UUGfifER fa think about Lm! . CHESTER MORRIS IULPH MORGAN GENE LOChMT < I. r.lliUHkK Fitiicllia J Fox Comedy Great New Six at a New L®w Price and a jitt&i, wore Itwiifiimo LOW-PRICED EJGHT ^ f N«.vt SnUininy, Ponliac will present its 193S ; <-ars, in «-liioh arc coucontralcc! more lino in;itcri;ils, fine ideas, and fmc workmanship than over liavc been offoroii before al Vonlian's nniv ]«K prices. The result ia soinctliing now, Sdinrtliing hcllor, soiuc- tliiiig more for your money everywhere yon look. So, if you him: llir-slightest interest in which wny inoturing is lirmied, by nil means see Ihe new I'oiUincs nr.M Saturday. In every iray they rejircsenl a nc\v peak o l' automotive progress in the field of Ion-priced cars'. VONTIAC MOTOK COMl'.tXy, Jx).\TIAC, MICH.

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