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Served by the United Press .YTHEVIIXE COURIER THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NO«tHEA ST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOI,. XXVIII—N'O. 70 Blylhevllle Courier, BiTtbATilta Dally Nelpg "" • ~ ~ • . ~ ~" " "' _glythevme Herild. Mississippi Valley Lender. HLYTIIKVII/LK, ARKANSAS, WEDN'KSDAY. JUNK 17, Diving Diana Here's a brand new brand of ariow-naulics. pcriormed by Georgia (Joleman, of Los Angeles, national divinj champion. H's just, part "of her trainin;; lor the forthcoming national A. A. U. championships wherein she hopes to retain her title. She leaps from a springboard and, at the top of hu flight, aims and shoots an arrow al a target at Ihe end of the pool She declares U to lie a splendid way of perfecting lime and balance in the- air. Anyway, U makes a remarkable picture 2 Marines ; Missing In Nicaragua MANAGUA, Nicaragua. June 17 )!>)— Tivo marines and three na- llve nalionnl guardsmen were re- l»rted missing nnd were believed <load (o.lay nfl^r an en^atiemt. 1 :]! with insiiiTL'Clitiiil.Hls. The missing marines were Lleui. William McOee. Chattanooga, Toil- lessee, and Lieut. Lester f'owei.i. Calisloga, Cal., Ihe latter n cnpliiir. 'n (he nulluiiul ynard in command )i cue of six patrols which started an olfcnsive against the outlaws; The battle oi-rurrc-d Monday FIRE CESTRBIS Bit; MolovsKip' Bums at Wharf in Harbor at Hamilton; None Injured HAMILTON, Bermuda. June n i UP)—The f'urness liner Bermuda, one of .the largest. motorships .in. the work!, was destroyed today by fire in Hamillon harbor. No injuries were reported. The fire brokcl out in thr fore part of the superstructure early this morning. It ate backward down Into tiie ship, burning the pumps as it progressed. Tne Hamilton fire brigade was unable to check the flames. At 4:45 A. M. the engine room staff was forced (o leave and the fire continued to burn steadily while the ship listed lownrd the wharf. Naval authorities lent assistance but Ihe fire burned fiercely and at 7 o'clock, with (he A. B. and C. decks gone, the ship was resting on the bol- tnm of Ihe harbor with a heavy list. Will Ask Supreme Court to Review Ruling Holding Petitions Void. U1TLE ROCK, June 17. (UP)— were reported led by Joso 1 Pcdron. one of the Sandino chiefs. i\litkes Lincoln Tomb Decli- cotion Occasion for Reference lo Gang Rule. ItY KAYMOM> Cr.AlTKIt United I'ress SUIT Curii.viundrn'. SPR1NCPIEI/D. II!., June n. (UP)—The American republic cannot permit any man lo stand above the law. President Hoover said in an address dedicating Ihe icmoJ- cled tomb of Abraham Lincoln. "There can be no man in our county, wiio either by hi.s position or his Influence, stands atovi' th? law," Mr. Hoover said. "Thai tho republic cannot admit am! still live. Tor ours is a government of laws and n society of ordered liberty safeguarded only by lav,-." This brief but emphatic cecl.v ration toward the end of a short address eulogizing the greatest citizen contributed lo history by Illinois, was linked hy many wl:n heard it with conditions in Chic-j where Alphonse Ca|»nc and sixty- eight of his employes last week wore Ihdicted as n result of the federal government's effort to break m' long standing wholesale defiance of Ihe prohibition and other laws. II is known (hat the situation In Chicago has long been a cause of chagrin to Pro.siclenl Hoover ar.d that federal cleanup activities now goin^ on are due to his in.si.'Mence. Picturing Lincoln as tl:e "symbol of union nnd of human rights" '.vhose greatness is growing not onlv in thij- country bill among all peoples. Mr. Hoover, referring to Ihe Gettysburg address, said it should "be our purpose and our resolve today" to be dedicated to the "great | W. M. Williams is now in charge task remaining before us." |of the office recently moved to tin "The six decades which have First National Bank, passed sine? Lincoln'.'; death written on Ihe school of history changes bewildering in their variety. mome,:(ous in their consequence;." Mr. Hoover said. 'They iiive brradencd and enriched life beyond the imaginations of Lincoln's contemporaries. Tlie years have not only yielded rich treasures, material and spiritual, but they have. SiHintion Is Precarious Carriers Claim Iu Asking 15 Per Cent Boos I, WASHINGTON. June 17 iui'1 — It.iiboads of Ihe Unili'd fitnlrs today immiimmi.slv ixjlliloned Ihe in- tT 1 lule commerce commission for '•' ls !'>'r edit tnrivasn in all freight ""'"• and charges. lielllinn, signed by Kmbarca<ieios am! lasted Iwo hours. ""'"• the- irports here .said. The rebels' Th i ''''"'' 1 1:r '"'l . I and Mountain Pacilk group, and I W. II. Cole, of thr soutlirm group. ' chainnan of Ihr II. A. Scnndrrtt. S. eastern tt'iineil tho present .sllnnllnn ot the railroads as an emergency serious Impairment of their.financial resources and "(heir raijndly to a.^ure Ihe pnbl'c n coniimiaucc of efficient and adequate service." Embodying twenty prinl.?tl pages the iK'tlllon sot foilh in delnll (he p]l.;!il of Hit roads, with earnings cent on property hivestmcnl. prccarlaus slnliis of railroad bonds which would mnke securing of nd- itl.ional capital difficult, heavy competition from trucks and busses New Stock Issue Already Half Subscribed; Condi-; lion Reported Good. Officers of Ihe Dlylhcvllle Building and Loan Association have been ... .. - , , ., elecled as follows for (his year: Zal •"""' lllc \"°" lcl " ° ! m>8cs for vnl1 B. Harrison, rcelcctrcl president; E.\' mi1 wol ' to ' 3 ' D. Gillen. vice president: W. M.j Williams, secretary ana treasurer. Already 50 per cent of the new series of stock, opened June I. has been subscribed, an annual report to the stockholders showed. The same report slate:! lhat the state banking department has complclcd its regular annual audit find reported the aflalrs of the association in excellent condition. Adequate Moisture All llial Is Needed to Insure Successful Farm Year. , . J. \y. Westbrook. attorney for Ha t brought challenges to readjustment, Woman Faints at Sight of Alleged Assailant Ho.'iie Profective association, .whore e.Tort to have the Arkansas Oil-day divorce act submitted to a vote at both by government - nn( j als, to a changing world. Our country has become powerful aiming na- general election of 1932 was, lions, It is charged with infinite- thwarted yesterday when Attorney General Hal L. Norwood in an opinion ruled the petitions filed by them were insufficient, said today he would file a petition in the supreme court today or tomorrow asking for a review of the action. The atUick on the petition was led by six Hot Springs attorneys, n Little Rock and a Hot Springs hotel man, and Mayor Leo Me Laughlin of Hot Springs, which Is making a bid for the divorce trade which Ls now enjoyed by Reno, Nev. ly new responsibilities both at honv and abroad." Service- Will Lilly Street Revival Will Elect Successor to Dead Kennett Mayor • KENNETT. Mo.- -A special election will be held heie in about, thir- j ly days to name a successor to May- HENDERSON, N. C.. June 17. | or lillsse11 ' !i - P*"kr. who died ear- The evangelistic meeting o[ the Baptist Mission church on Lilly street will close tonight willi the baptismal service at the First Baptist church. Tl'-o Rev. P. B- Langtey. missionary of the Mount Zion and Mis- I sissippi counly association, con- 1 ducted Ihe services, assisted by ' hi;, daughter. There have already been 14 additions to Ihe church and six nre expected to join tonight. (UP)—After fainting twice at tho sight of the negro, Mrs. L. E. Erwin today had identified Robert Jenkins, negro, as Ihe man who attacked and ivsaiiltcd her Monday morning at her home in Norlina. The negro was barely saved from a mob. Jenkins was among three negroes he'd pending identification by Mrs. Erwin. Mrs. Erwin fainted when Jenkins and the others were brought before her in the jail here, and when Jenkins was brought out alone she screamed "Take him away," and fainted ag'ain. She .still maintained Jenkins was Ihe guilty party when he was ex- hibile:! In different clothes. MEnHUl Invitations Sent to 112 Operators in Arkansas and Missouri. Cotton pin operators of northeast Arkansas and southeast Missouri will meel at Ihe city hall here at 1:30 Thursday night, for renewed discussion of the proposal ! lo adopt colton bagging as Ihe jftandanl wrapper for cotton gin| ncit in this territory. pt M .« A committee consisting of O. Umlas_lylP.n *0 • W. cooncdge. -Mrs. S.'S. Stern••—; ••»?-• -;p- . ji^,,.,, s nd Ma^'Mcycrs has Issued rtuOlH j,, v j[ a tjon.s to 112 pinners, and n representative attendance Is an- UclOTiled. L. W. Harrison. Clarks- dnle. Miss., secretary of the Delta Cottonseed Co-ODcrativc Markcl- ing association, which has been Instrumental In obtaining extensive adoption of cotton bagsing In the Mississippi delta, will be present and will exhibit a number of complete patterns of the cotton wrapper. Cotton bagging, while more ex- Optimism which farm lenders of Ihe mid-soulh havn expressed over this year's crop outlook Is share:! by J E. Crilz. Mississippi comity agricultural ngenl, who regards llie lack of moisture from which tin 1 immediate vicinity of Blylhe- vllle and a few oilier parts of county are siilfnlng as the only serious adverse [actor. Hhowers of the past week have ended the 1931 "drouth" In many parts of this and adjoining Missouri counties, but. have niissct other parts. Thc siUiallon has not yet become critical, however and with mo.ro showers predicted for (ho latter part of the week no serious alarm Is bring felt. While (here Is little promise of a profitable market (or cotton or other Important farm, crops this year, gardens of nnprccedcntc< size ami quality, greatly Increase! feed acreages, low production costs and greater emphasis upon iu">'- ity nre all factors lhat will go far to counterbalance the low prices Hint are anticipated. Crops Not Suffering "In general the farmers of Mis sisslpp! county have put llienv selves In splendid condition lr wenlhcr this period of low prices.' I paid Mr. Critz this morning, "and with the crop outlook the best have ever seep, nothing seems lack' Ing Inil assurance of adequate mols lure." So far, even in conimiinllle that have had Ihe least rninfal damage has been confined to gnr dens,-pastures, and such crops .a green beans. Cotton Is making ex celtcnt progress, nnd while Iher have been a few Instances of np Memphis Bank Robbery DALLAS. Tex.. June 17 (UP)— ! Herberl Scales. 35, prominent Dal- j la.; society man and a former Cornell and Heidelberg student, today agreed to return to Memiihis. Tenn.. for questioning in connection with Ihc $25.00 'holdup of a, branch _ of the Union and Platers Bank nnd Trust company. Scales offered to return voluntarily it officers agreed lo allow him time here to complete some business transactions. They consented. liens ive jute, is stronger lighter and neater appearing, and Its use lias Ijcen pronounced economically sound by men who have Jnhn Chcrris. 37. and Ralph Ar- Investigated. Textile mills have nold. 23. ex-convicts, arrested in'declared that they will welcome its connection with the robbery yes-1 general adoption because ot its terday. agreed to waivr extradi-1 uniformity in weight nnd the Im- tion. H. L. Scales of Greenville.I proved protection it gives the Tex., farmer and father o'. Ihe -bale. Its general adoption would for a revival where he will assist) the Rev. Floyd Chaffin lor two j weeks. ly Saturday morning in a Memphis hospital. R. M Jones, president pro tern [ of the city council and acting may-1 f) np DnVlar Ic Tkiiof'c or. has announced lhat notlcs of! Wlle L " ) » a ' r « I met S the special election will be pub-1 ILshed following the next regular | meellng of the council, the first' Tuesday in July. Mayor Pankcy succumbed following an operation for appendicitis and gall stones. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon. Beginninv Sundav Ihe Rev. Mr.lman under arrer.l.nrged his son to will be at Brooklnnd. Ark..: return. The father some years ago made SI .000.000 in tile New Orleans col- Ion market. 'My boy didn't have anything to do witli that bank robbery or any other robbery." the elder Scales declared. "He has nothing to fear from a full investigation. I want him to go to Memphis and clear Loot at Joseph Store An open cash reeisl^r in the of-1 ,.-_,. , . - , L . fice of S. Joseph Metal Works, 410 U|> thls <" s & raccfl " lhl "B- Highway Bandits Take Salesman's Cash, Gun West Main street, yielded a lone dollar to a (hirf whc entered the building through a skylight lasl night. Police said today that the in! truder had to crawl across the roof of an adjoining building and provide domestic market for about a quarter million bales of Ihrre-niiarter and thirleen-six- Iccntlv staple cation. Lake Street Methodists to Have Special Service There will be special services at ll|3 Lake Street Methodist church tonight, beginning at S o'clock, in carrying oui the plan ot the southern Methodist church for special prayers today. Thc song and prayer service will be followed with the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. All members nre urged lo nt- lend Disturbances Continue in Ohio Winers Strike (UP)— Fears that stale troops must br summoned to maintain order In the strike ridden areas of eastern Ohio's coal fields were expressed by ccunty officials today as the strike spread to other mines. Five men nnd three women ware arrested as disturbances were rc- poitrd. The strike has extended to 16 mines, and the Natlonnl Minor's Union was also extending Us activities and promises were made by leaders that muny other mines would be closed ns more worker* were recruiting lo the nrmy of <,000 strikers. Former Officer Waives Liquor Charge Hearing John Slromeyer, former deputy constable, waived preliminary hearing before Justice Oscar Alexander on charges of manufacturing intox- n 1 r* l_ T J tJIl.tlgt'S Ul JIJlllLUIllULUl lilt; imu Mock LXChange trades |testing lio.uor and possession of Move Slowly During Day Ruth Wliitworlli Hack.On Top In' Popularity Conlcsl Miss Ruth \Vhllworlli. who Inst ei'k surrrndi'rod (he load In Lho COO j vacation lilp ixipnlaiily con- lo Miss Margnrcl Milnrr, was ack nn lop ngaln hi todny's lab- InUon a! votes, vvllli u half doz- i oilier within striking distance 1 Hie lop and noun of (.he active niHlldales out or the running. MKs Mllnrr Is now In second lace, nnd Miss Alfhea Edwards, lio last Friday wns.nflh. 1ms iid- niiroil (o third. Another candi- nli 1 who look n noticeable spur) .nee bst week Is Miss Ell/abcth liirlln o( Del] Mho advanced from With place lo fifth. Today's count, of the ballots h<mi'd inn 17 candidates hv the llnwlnn order: limit Whllworth Margaret Mllner Allbra L'dwnrtts Margaret Cross Ellznix-tli Mnrtln, Dell Curolyn Pride nnsa Lou Cookc, U.xora Mary DeWccsc. Hayll Evelyn Harwell Mamlne Branson Until Dull Alborla Elliott Virginia Burton. Cariilhcisvllle Orine Hulchlns. Manila Marlon Burns Martha Robinson Dorothy Olclcon, Wilson NEW YORK. June 17. (UP) — Trading on the stock exchange ncd of his clothing and tied to Ins automobile two miles from here late yesterday afternoon. Poiicc said the car in which the two boys were riding was stolen( in Liltle Rock. j lower himself through the skylight today was the lightest in five years to enter 'the building. Officers say! an ,i prices moved over a fractional tlvy had a definite cine as to the | avca f or the industrialists, closing DE QUEEN. Ark. June 17 (UP) identity of the skylight bursar | i rrC31 ,i ar H. i ower —Mark Hudson of Shrci'cport. La.. I who has invaded a number of E ° Ms ;vcro do ' wn ono to more salesman, «•«= held up and rcbbed I biifincM houses in the m<t lew tha]1 |hrc( , in)s to Ule rmisU by lr;o youths of $H in cash and months but have been unable to an automatic shotgun, then strip- secure substantial evidence. _ in Tokyo Is Rocked by Severe Quake Tremors TOKYO. Japan, Jun3 17. (UP) — Tokyo and vicinity was rocked by n severe earthquake starling at 0:10 o'clock tonight. Authorities believed considerable property damage would be reported. Several sections of the Sale cf Washington Post Almost Completed I WASHINGTON. June 17 (UP)— i Sale of Ihe Washington Post, cap- I ilal morning newspaper, to David ! Lawrence for $3,000,000. appeared Dies at Home of Her Son % ^^^S^ ^i ous Interests Involved gathered fnenc!! (aOSnell Funeral services were he'd this morning at Xorth Sawba cemetery tor Mrs. Bettic Ingram. 82. who succumbed nt tbc home of her MIL C.. H. Ingram, In the Gosnell community yesterday afternoon. The Rev. Williams officiated at the services. The Cobb Undertaking company wasjn charge of arrangements. parent injury to corn this Is at Iribnled by Mr. CrIU to lack o proper seed bed preparation cultivation rather thnn to the dr> weather. .Yesterday nnd the day befor iaw good showers at- Rosa, Luxom Burdelte. Hightower end .otlii near the line >iccola and Chicknsawba dis rlcts. Sufficient rain to be substantial help was also exper diced at Ekron and other |K)lnt vest of Blylhevllle. and in tl' vesterii part of this clly. Oowl Seed Planlcd One important favorable facto which has received little publ attention Is the'unusual care whlc nost fnrmers In this vicinity gai this year to the selection of the minuting seed- For the first tlm in years, according to men Inmi lar with Ihe situation, this vicinity will produce a crop confined almost entirely to the high quality varieties of collon for which Bly- tlievilla and Mississippi county were once famous. Some estimates have 11 that as much ns 90 per cent of Ihis vicinity's production this year will be of Ihe better stable varieties of cotton. Such a situation, it Is said, will help materially In improving local market conditions. If fnrmers hereabouts are at all discouraged over the outlook a visitor driving over the county's highways wouW see no sign of It. Stands are almost uniformly good, r.nd fields have been receiving careful cultivation. Costs have b;en low and with plenty of nl- falfa, soybeans nnd cor;', for feed an:l n good garden nt every house it seems apparent that conditions distillery. He was bound over to i next winter will present a decided Take Gems WortK Over $1.00,000 From Home of New York Attorney. NEW foRK, Jimr 17 (UP) — Three ' Ptinmen raided the home of S. Stnnwood Menken, prominent lawyer, civic lender, and advocate of heavy. firmaments, today, forced Mrs. Menken ' to • ge~ out of bed nnd open n small .Till safe. anil escaped with -.- Jewelry worth more than $100,000.' ' Mrnken had left for his office when the robbery ;. occurred- A anncarcd nt fy* , front- door of lK>me"!LAyin«:' hcf"1ind'a''box Donose Loans lo Farmers Who Fail lo Adopt Progressive Methods. LITTLE ROCK, June' 17 (UP) — After agreeing tlmt much of ' >lamo for Hie condition that CN- sled In Arkansas was theirs, bank- •rs from all parts of -the slate nei'llng here yesterday said they voiilil demand (heir former clients 'Stiibllsh themselves on , n "live it home" basis. • ' 13. A. Lynch, Blylhevllle, presl- lent of the Arkansas Bankers a 1 .- ioclutlnn, was ninong Ihc speakers, "Wo hear a lot of talk .'about irlnghi'i industries lo -Arkansas, :,ynch said, "but Arkansas ''Indus- rv. to be profitable and success HI. must be built from within. Our HislnpM u i id agriculture, will be linlli np from a combination of he two." Will Kraft Policy • The occasion was a session • ot he. nfirlcullui.il committee ol the, slate association, held, at the call >f E. J. Bodman, the chairman .0 draft a program through which ot the stole can help place Arkansas agriculture upon a sound nnd stable basis. A resolution embodying such a program is to .be prepared hs an expression of thi> nswclnllon's policy. It Is expected (hat It will urge banks to advance money only lo farmers who reducing production costs by the u* ot efficient methods nnd wlip are producing their own food and feed supplies. of flowers to deliver. He asked a servant to stan for them. The servpiit oi>encd the door nnd two nlher men rushed IID anil joined their confederate and forced their wny Inside, displaying nistols. The fcwnls were Insured. 11 was reported. for 4150,000. Will Refuse Loans Commercial banking must quit financing the farmer unless a change Is made. Mr. Lynch said. Col. Elgnn C. Robertson of Marlanna said alter 1932 .under .no. circumstances will his bank loan, money for food or feed which can be grown on tho farm, .He said..115. was. disgusted .with the turn of affairs, and his expression was echoed throughout the room, If tlio farmer helps -himself by providing for . lean years, '. fchcre would be no excuse for money IK lr)(j' fpcnt In Arkansas by .the Red press -fori.food:.and clothlrtij, he said." "• -•:•—:—,-*-.t»^ Win Build New Highway From Maiden to Risco OAIUlTHEnSVTLLE.lMo.— \ new concrete hMitvny from Maiden to Hisco will be started soon by the Mnrkhnm Canslruction company of nycrsbnrg. Tenn., who have .lust comnleled stnlo Highway Nn. 84 from Ctiruthersville to Hayti, a distance of six miles. When the new highway from Mal^ den lo Risco Is completei/ It will connect State Hiphway No. 25 at Maiden with U. S. High wny No. Cl just south of New Madrid. await the action of the grand jury next fall. Bond was set at $500. Stromeypr was arrested last Saturday by deputies out of the office of Sheriff W. W. Shaver at the site of a distillery northwest of Gosnell. , , . . t 5' wcre ln dKne » ( r II to ffli1 before Justice Jesse C. Adklns In the District of Columbia supreme court. Oklahoma Governor Seeks to Force Phone Rate Cul nre of power lines. Telephone and telegraph lines also were damaged. Some damage was reported at Yokohama ,the seaport city 13 miles Irani here. ' Ship's Physician May Provide Key to Death NEW YORK, June 11. (UPl-iDr. Jamison I. Carr, ship's doctor on the Cnnard liner Franconia may prove to be the «>nrcc of Information infinitely valuable lo the solution of the mysterious death of Starr Pailthfull. The travcler-sctcntist-shlp's doctor has premised to be here Friday when the grand jury resumes at Mineola. L. I., Us inques; into the circumstances of the death of the girl whose bruised body srith its traces or verlnol was found at Long Beach. Manv Kinds of Vegetables in Gardens at Yarbro Bankers Will Meet to Form Regional Groups Organization of two ' regional clearing house associations" to serve the banks of nnrthcast Arkansas will be undertaken -at meetings at Parngould 'tonight nnd nt Joncs- boro Thursday night. B. A. Lynch, president of-the state bankers .as- Foclntlon. and John W. SnydT member of the state committee "on rcGionnl clearing house associations, hvill attend both meetings. Thrmieh the regional nssocin- tons it is expected definite appll- ation will be given to the ncw.stnte bankers code, adootcd nt the recent mcetln of the stats association. The ~"aragould meeting Is for the bonkers of Clay. Greene nnd Randolph counties .and that nt Joncsboro.is for Cralghead. Poinsrtt nnd Ml? sissippt county bankers. It- may later appear feasible, it ii said, lo merge Ihe two groups into one rc ; glonal organization. contrast to those which followed last season's onslaught, of drouth and depression. Children Enjoying Free Playground at Mill Park The free playground at Ihc Chicago Mill is being enjoyed by the boys and girls who go there dally for supervised play under the direction of Miss Mary Outlaw. From eight o'clock in the morn- Ing until three o'clock in the afternoon there are all kinds of games with volley ball, tennk. croquet, baseball, wading pool and the story hour offering Interesting entertainment. Children are requested Lo bring their favorite story books and Miss Outlaw will read stories to the crowd each morning. The Chicago Mill and Lumber corporation is extending an Invi- Farm girls of Yarbro, four miles north of here, know their vegetables. At a meeting of ll'.e girls 4-11 club today several members reported (hat they had from -10 to <8 kinds of vegetables growing in their gardens. None of the 10 members had less than ten varieties. Plans were made for a club party Tuesday evening, June 30. nt the home of Miss Pauline Meal, president. Hold Services Today Alva Wert Named County tatlon to every boy and girl In the ' city to visit the playground. I 1 Child Drowns in Pail AMITY, Ark.. June 17 (UP)— The three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lambert, OKLAHOMA CITY, June 17 (UP) Governor William H. Murray today made his first movo in his campaign to force-telephone com-|nt hfsliome In ihe Gosncli commuii- panles to reduce their rates in Ok-ltty at 5:40 p. m. yesterday. '"'" " ' The Rev. Williams will officiate lahoma. The governor ordered Attorney General J Berry King lo bring who live eight miles from here,'suit against tho Sou 11 western Bell was drowned while playing in n! Telephon; company foi payment bucket of wnicr. AHhr.iigh still i of 5510.450 which he asserts is when found efforts lo revive i due the state for fees on invested her proved fullle. | capital. Dr. Alva Werl of this city has Last rites will be conducted this] been appointed chairman of the afternoon at North Sawba cemetery j Mississippi County Society of Op- for George T. Plnkley. 4,1. who died tometrlsts. the appointmen having been made by Dr. C. H. Brown, Harrison, Ark.' president of the Arkansas Opiometric Association. The state groups propose to hoM a number of eye clinics throughout the stale during the fall and winter. Dr. Werl will be in charge of the arrangements in this county in cooperating with Ihr county heallh nnii. Jit tile services. Funeral plans are In charge of the Cobb Undertaking company. The deceased is survived by his widow, two Eons, a daughter, two broihers. three sisters and his father, Silas Pinkley. Judge Keck to Sneak at Osceola Tomorrow OSCEOLA. Ark.. June 17.—Judge G. E. Keck of Blytheville will address Ihc Osceola Civic club at its regular luncheon meeting hero tomorrow, according to an announcement made today by G. B. Scjraves president of the club. Foreiprn Trade in Mav Was Lowest in Years Hugh Bates New Dean of Caruthersville College CAP.UTHERBVILLE, Mo.—Hdgh L. Bates of Warrenton, Mo-, has been chosen dean of Carhthers- ville Junior college, lo succeed William T. Miller. Mr. Bates will assume his new duties Immediately. Dean Miller is now teaching In the Stato School of Mines at Holla, but later will assume a position as an assistant in Ohio Slate college. Mr. Miller lias been connected willi the Junior college years a5 Girl Rescues Mother and Brothers From Flames WASHINGTON. June 17 (UP)— Exports from the United States during the month" of May total S2C5.000.000 In value while Imports were valued nt 5182,000,000. ths department of commerce said today. j The figures on both exports and Deficit Goe$ Up Despite [Imports are lower thnn In many Income Tax Payments ' cars Armorel Man Fined for Possession of Liquor WASHINGTON. June 17 (UP)— The treasury deficit took ft jump of more than eight million dollars on June 15. despite Income tnx payments for the second quarter which began to come into the treasury on that dale. The treasury statement showed today Ihc deflcil wa$ SI.009,903,003 on June 15. Income tax returns tabulated at Ihe close of business on June 15 aggregated 511,948,411. HAMBURG. Ark., June 17 (UP) —Due lo Ihe heroic efforts of Tx>r- ainc Slocum. 18, her mother nnd two brothers were alive today. Lightning which Mt fire to the barn where the family was unloading a wagon killed her father, Charles F. Slocum, 48, and seriously burned the mother and boys, rendering them unconscious. Lor- nlne managed to drag them out before the dry barn >vas consumed by flames. WEATHER ARKANSAS—Partly cloudy, local Marlon McClanahan of Armorel was fined J50 by a jury in Justice Oscar Alexander's court Monday on According to the official feather observer, Charles Phillips jr., the maximum temperature here yeswr- a charge of Illegal possession of llq- dny was 86 degrees nnd the mini- nor. He made bond for appeal to I mum 69 degrees, with .19 inch of circuit court.- jrain. Today a year ago the maxl- McClanahan was arrested by i mum leni.->?ratnre was 85 degrees sheriff's depulic.4 .Saturday. | and the minimum $6 degree*.

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