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Served by the United Press BLYraEyjIlE.C01JRIER NEWS v'OI,. XXVIII—NO. Blytliovllle Dally"N'ws."~J31yihc'vme Herald" = ~'~~ = •-—----.-==•-.-•- -.--—--:.•-.-.•--.-•-:--~ —-—^.— - . —-trr-zr^^^-^-jgjgjgi 1 ^^ IM/rrilHVII,I,K. ARKANSAS, KU1DAY. KKIWI'AKY ''li |«)V» ' " ===== JAP MOVE IN _SINGI,E. COPIES FIVE'CEN'jfSr Harry BaUey Gets Four Years TEN IN PEMI5GOT : J J1 I >an ' s W^lny Armjula ][] Swecjis Skies Clear Of AUJ D< fV-mliiiir Chinese Pit anes nan I," a ; omh'n",,!-,,, f'.'^ fo.ccs at Bailey and Others In Prohibition Evasion Plot tO c 'ahned Leave for Prison. CAPE GIRARDEAU. Mo. (Special!—Harry Bailey of Blyt.icville, Ark., convicted by a federal ccurt jury here last nigljt on three counts of an Indictment charying conspiracy lo violate prohibition Inws was given three two-year sentences and a $5,000 fine by Judge Fair's ihis morning. Two of Ihe terms are to um concurrently' which means Bailey's term is really for [our years. Bailey, one of the principal objects in i.-.c government's on'cutt against liquor traffic and plots between hcalleggcrs and officers in Pemiscot raiinly, will leave in thc cusictly of federal officers for Foil Leavenworlh, Kansas, prison immediately. Bailey's attorneys nnmunc- ed no motion for new trial or app?il was ccnlemphitcd. He will be accompanied by William Heuiinger and Luther Ellison, his co-def?nrt- ants, who will serve three years each and seven of nine other defendants in the conspiracy cas;s who had previously plead;d guilty. Ratlcy, repulerf powerful "king of the border" along the Arkansas- Missouri line, was sentenced to two years and given a 55.000 fine on the first, count of the indictment charging him with conspiracy, two veors lo have destroyed H baitered away between Tav i. tUP '-- J -'---l*<- e'"lre Chinese concentration of I ' >* a "nts l>-'«"«. T.;e personnel ot i ai ™"* "« Chinese nh- men was not known. ' ^ M ,' I"' 31 •• icday and K«:d Army Heady Says Soviet Onernl •!)•>™ "''" ' e Chinese • i Kian.:- . , n " ml)l!retl ; co: "^ra- ; , on the second cccnt anrl two years on (jie third count. Ellison" and Heminger were given thrc; 18 Jniliils. atom svilfi two to run currently. Sheriff w. p. Robertson of Pemiscot county who pleaded guilt y Monday to a pnrt in the conspiracy existing between ollicers and bootleggers, will not be Eem-rico/l until April. Jess McArmlly. a former deputy under Robertson, who v:as one ot Ihe government's principal witnesses in the cases, wus given a two year term on his p'cn of guilty to conspiracy charges bin was paroled for four years withou! bond. Others who Hall to Krjoltl Cliiucsr LOS ANGKLKS. fcb. **«. lUi'l — licit Hull, American aviator who formerly connnaniled the Chinese army nlr corps, said he will sail for China toduy to join that nation's- war flyers, it was assumed he I wcukl resume Ins" duties as com- 1 mander. i T. V. Soonf, Chinese nationalist Tin*'.." ,,,..„ .""'• | leader, asked Hall to leave imme- own during 'the' mil ™' C ^ i ( " illely ' '"" nvi!UOT wos " "' e ""- CM ' " l jf, ° vei ', ! ll(1 H( "*ehow airpDit. dmln G the World' wiir ° '""'" ^ apane.se claimed thnt 11 other i hnu.se planes were destroyed byj Protect Kflntarcfmtnts The air|>ort southwest of Shang-' lines wan. Tne Nipponese fled 25. including heavy anc lively sioiv lambeca and ••onvcy of l::au-.'.p:itln g pursuit and battle planes, it was a tombing fleet to rival mnny 5e e« in ncflan during Ihe World War ['laiTison's Many Draf Group Hears Suggestions; toj Recommendations ! s tli •ni. claimed . they d tet! - 3 y, ( | TflSEEKCHEDIT FOR Meeting at Little Rock Will Try to Find Way For RFC Aid. LITTLE ROCK. Feb. 26 iSpccial) ! —A state wide meeting of plant- : ). Feb. 26. lUH)—Tile British, United Stales. French and Italian amuassiutors asked Ihe t'overn- nieiil today not to land Japanese rc-mforcemenls al the internatio'i- nl settlement in Shanghai. The ambassadors made separate direct requests lo Foreign Minister YoshUawa. They asked that Japanese warships be moved fn.r- i ther downstream lo lessen the rlan- i ger to the ii;'.enmlicnal settlement fro:ti Chinese firo directed at th- ficel. It was iniderslood (ho nmbassn- Chinesc mid Japanese forces would withdraw from Chapei anj that a ; neutral xon." be establijhJd. Monrf Mondav mor Brilaii,, n. s A LONDON. Feb "S In Little ,-|hotv3 (•:.• tli.-v pur-ptte-e oi seeking iwtween "ctrTiu an additional avenue of credit for United States as om-ors from the Reconstruc- tary of Stiu 8 " :rrr UP)—Pre-rs ser cooperation filaln nnd the result of Secre- Sovict Govcrnnicnl Ex- Drossc.ct Dissatisfaction Wilh Troop Movements, Oilier Conditions. OSCF.01.A. Aik. (Splrilll)—C31U1- ly J'.irl;;o x,:ii u. Harrison's canuu'l- tt'e ol ihlny-ihKv was. ta draft its i-ccmiuc'ula'.iim.', in tin 1 reecnlU iiiMiluu-ti u unity economy move, m excfutivi' M'-sion this iiftornom after [x-r'r-iiinu its organization at j C. ,1. CiiimlimlMiu. Blythevilk' iie- lorni-y. uas el.'Hid chairman of l> ccmmlltr? Iliis inoriilna an.l Mr-, I L. C:. ujvriy c-f IvKiclH'llie was named seeteUry. The iiiomine swsiun was dsvo.... priiiciiiaily (o (nlks by member.-, nf the commit lev und proposals ol v:i-1 rlous gnuips of the comtnlUct- alter! Hie session had bcr-n thrown ojji'ii lo the public. A larijD delegation of resiilen'.s nf Lcachvilb and vti-inlly was present. Twewy-SL-vc-u mem-j ber.s of the committee were on r.nm,' tor thj meeting which was npeiii'il | SOVIET HUSRIVS WM< STIJFNC! I M by Judsc Han-lson. who In a brief | lak ,,,, ,i, ()lvill , ,„„„,,,, .,„„«„„„; 0 , „„, Rc*l Kqiluli*. Moscow. O, explained Its uiirpasr. Suggestion for eliminations ol va- I ileus r'liiT-i r.ir.l c'opulies nnd sal-] nrv rcduclions as nmlc in a Wilson prc-1 , "' !<1 " I "' i - ,^ h,n.™.ri, in, ' > lmpr<>Mlvi ' 1 - 1 "" ''"•I'liiy jvlie,, this remarkable picture was * ••""'* '""""'-v™ brf** "he famous Tomb of Lcnln '" *""* "^ "" ~ W "* n<1 ' ..... ''^"'"^ A ™>'" CT """' |S "'« »*» iil ' 11 "• il " "^»« I':-- li*'W.M 5l»ii*iln !( .nillh.rv force I., I), » W 1 , MOSCOW, Feb. 2(]. (UI'I—Tile Soviet, uovernmsnt has cxpro.wea ' tllssiitlr.fiiclion with Japanese plans l» trfiiuport tiTOjw la point! on th2 . Soviol-Mam'hiirian frontier ' and wlih ulleued Jnpane.sc support of •' Anil-Soviet tt-hiio Russian acllvi- tles, It was reveabtl tcday.' ' : .' : Tliu pru.w in some (iiiartcrs clinr-f-'. od Japan was organlv.ini' n white- ', llusslnn army lo alluek Ihe Sflvlels . ill Vladivostok. . •••: I JO Knrnltklinn, usslstanl com- .'. nilssai- of foreign nlTalrs, asked Jnp- .s^ nmbiiEaitlcr Illitidn for, con- IlimiUlun mul an cxplnnatlon of tlui following four'reports: 'tiUit. the Jiijianesc commander nl Harbin Intends lo Irunsporl troops lo Die Hoi'let froiiller; thai the commander proposes to reduce • -es tor soldk-rs trnvellug over lli« Chinese Knsiern railroad; that iiits- Mnn immlernnts wore iuereasing their anti-soviet actlvlllos un;ler .lapunese jirolecllon nm!' «iipi)O(l. ' und last, the nature of the proposed Independent slate of M.mclui- • riii. land tion ~™^. l 1 h ;!^„1f„?^^^^1 ; ™ Sn ^ - «*<^. Planters Association, has appoint- j ed delegates from various sections ! of the state and has urged each ! delegate to secure n large at- ' tendance from his respective com- • niun'ty at Afondny's meeting. Hn.inl to Meet Today LITTLE ROCK. Feb. 2G (UP>- Dry Gains Recorded i In Magazine's Poll jwll toilny, from 17 stiiles imnoun- were sentenced this Thc ' lrsl mcetln B of Ite Arkansas morning including three former i sory boai<l of llle Recousliuc- i»,r*,,. CI,^;,T T^^U^'., _._ _,, tion Finance corporation to pass en ntiplicatisiis for loans will b? held here this afternoon. Two new members appointed to the board yesterday are R. H. Dick- cnhorst of .Morrilton and J. O. Hutcheson of Magnolia. The ap- oointments v;ere made by Alfred Blytlievillc iVh deceive In Memphis Accident. :• Sheriff Rcberlson.all of whom entered plc-as of Biiillv Ic conspiracy charges, will begin their terms imnieciateiy. They are: Ctas. Morlcy. two years; Luke Van Ausdall. two years: Clinton Winters, two years, all ex-deputies, and th? following: Prank Blacky Martin 18 months; Robert Brooks'. 18 months: Dale Perkins. 18 months, and Walter Kurtz, one year. Jesse Johnson, chief deputy under Robertson, who was granted o continuance because of the illness , .. -- — ~- many ave ncae ey wou of ns son. and a man namc;l Jor- nnnlv for loins onlv n few h'lve /)„., »»,.!„ .« u, ..;.., ,.., .. n P""> lor loans Onl 5 n lcw n ' lve enmity government an:l . such wn> probably Ihe proper procedure. Arclilc Anderson ol Onchvlllc voiced the mssibllliy of olimimilion of one of the two county seats wilh 'which certain olliers agreed. J. T Ccstcn, Osceola atlorney. ;iointcd out handicaps which lie said w:uU oifset economics sained in W-; manner. SpeakiiiB at sonic isnytli o o Smith. Burdetts plantation opcr.i- ; tor. told of economics alreatlv ef- \T/'lt lCClfA <1 '"' ins J ' :(l - c »="'i'ison''s a"ii-, r. ^ "" Wilt •-''••••I'-'nlioi- and oxpresso.-l Ihe be-1 The .frc^srd h-ul lived hero for O.en Fi-irJav. March 4,;™,,dt SS A™™?? I?..?-" •»«• ™«^™^ al Ice a: Os cscEor.A. n f Mr>,,r °' Meeting v Mar , ' 1Ylar C ° Ia Scll ° 0 '- O. li. Spradley. K. of this cl! Jurciunbrd ai tl,,. Ii.-.iM!st lio.<snli: In Memphis laic l:isl im-les received when 1 bv a car in Ihe T MoiKbv. 'I'Su- ;| :;...<( in! nisi. Hetuins uie ftlll Inr ton meaner for an nccuriuc conclusion. Wet . voters picclominnlcd in every stale thus far, wilh wets polling R7 per cent In New" York. Norlh Carolina Business Recovery Awaits President's Signature. WASHINGTON. Feb. 2G. (UP) — Congressional acllon oil the Ol'ass- wn.s rovir- anrl liis unexpected. n, -,, .KiMible only by addition- of the Union ty thc Little Rock, who 'i>iirl will Kalin, president Trust compan* of man of the state advisory board. Several applications will bg considered at the meeting. Although many have indicated they would Sheriff W. W. Shaver's 1(13-1 S3 |. ary budget, filed with thc commit- Ice. shows reduclions :in<! ."limjni. lions in his cfuce lor ;he current year. The buJgel contains reduction nn remain to b-: tri^d before th:- govcrnmeiH can write the final page in ils move to clean nn allege- 5 wholesale corruption and evasion In IViniscot ccuiity. Johnson aijd Jordan both deny implication in Ihe Peniiscot conspiracies. Government attorneys sprung a surprise yesterday when they declined to cross-examine Bailey after he had taken the stand in his own defense. T.'e defense atlackrrt thc character of two former deputies under Sluriff Rob'crlson who were the principal witnesses of the government against ;B.iiley. Hemingcr and Ellison. John B. Hcnc"erson. former Pemiscot county judge. L. C. Faust, a justice of the peace. George B.. Webb, a grocer, and Elmer Hazel. I landowner, testified thai the repu-' l.ilicn of Jeis MrAnally for truth and voracity was not good. William Uurnelt of Steels and W. B. Little, former post master, said (he saaie about Lewis Weaver, another ex-deputy, who appeared for tr.e government. Describes Arch Properties J. R. Reynolds. Blytheville hotel operator and owner of a 500-acre trn « near the slate line sector in Missouri, testified that he hail only leased the flllin? station and grocery store properly at the arch to B; >ii=.v on Dec. 11. 1930 and previously K lia() b£on opiated by an.- Diner man Rc y no lds. describing the "tensive gasoline station al 'the •irch. declared that 25.000 lo 30,000 gallons daily nre so i A _ t he biggest • gas otisincss on Highway 61 between been received thns far. .. ""• "•« ' VJ11K.S ill the Osccola colored school" hsrc that day, according to aniiaunce- mem made bv Elijah Thompson and Mnrv Banks, local negro farm and home demonstration agents 1 Oth.?r meetings foltoiv at Col-: man's Farm. March 5: Blrdron-- „. . ... _. . i, ' -'11111. .-luiuii o: tjirnron^. lercst n econauu- r-r o Closmf, Stock F»™s-^^-^*^ «-..« Hhn ^ ^ New York Cotton COTTON MARKET NEW YORK. Feb. 20 (UP) — Colton closed barely steady. March May •f'lly Oct Dec Jan there me plac e,s co wy ixjuis and Memphis. He . , 2 gtt;ol|nc p . m B , with much of the busi- ii-g from ArkanSR Kher( , G - cotu sasoline tax. . Butler ot Blythsvllle tes- tlnuM, on Page 3) Anaconda Copper .. Auburn Caterpillar Tr.ictor . Chrysler Cities Service Coca Co!:i Continental Baking General Electric General Motors Midwestern Utilities Montgomery Ward . New York Central Packard Radio Simmons Standard of N. J. .. Texas Corp U. H. Steel .... 93-8 ... 89 1-3 ... 12 1-4 .... 6 1-4 .. 113 1-2 ...20 1-2 ...21 3-8 4 .... 0 1-8 ... 29 1-4 .... 9 1-3 .... 81-8 ...28 1-4 ... 111-2 ... 47 1-4 Frenchman's Bayou. Nfarch : and 11. The meetings conducted by rep. icscntnlives of the agricultural ex- Major Jacobs moved for the appointment of a committee, consk- ii'E of a member in each icwnsjiip °( the county, for a countv win- educational program to further In- j tercst in economy of government, •f-s, Cniiniy tlculnrlv to o!<!;" r reslilents eity. He nl o.-ie lime a\v transfer iinr> ami later a broom factory, which !:<• only recently Funeral services will l;.j liekl tomorrow innrnhK at 10 o'clotk nl the fannlv home. 129 East Ash slrecl, with (lie Rev. P. Q. Rorie; pastor of HID First Method!' 1 church, officiatini;. Interment will b; made nl Maple Grove, te-uo- tcrv. The Cr>Wi Umtrrlakinr; rom- p-xny is In chai-i-c of funeral arrangements. , Tiie dercasc-il is survived by his i v;ido\v. Mrs. JJ-iry Spradley. two ... ' ! daughters, Mr*. S. T. Fj^einiin .iiui ' erlt I Mrs. 11111 Hari.-.n. and two sons ••uggesticus of ilic group of tax- I EC and .lark Spnidley. lijht to In-.,.. „„, (||i C ,, t K ( : "(c"( 0t '|^'. l pi.to 1 ' ( ""of Ifile/ignll bill expanding" fcVlcraT'cre- struck | |, n rorceinenl polled 42 r~i' tent of d 'l mid cmiency fncllllles as an aid "* business was ccinplef.^) Ic.lay and sent to Ihc While HOHM (or [he president's slcnalnrc. Speaker Garner announced the house would probably lake up tomorrow the Democratic unemployment relief measure providing si'Jfl,- OGO.OGO for immediate highway can- sirucllon to create Jobs. Garner took another shot at President Hoover's government reorganization plan. Commenting on an address made al Worchcsler. O.. Assistant Secretary of Navv f in „ ' „ Is p , r I, t ! b y Assbitant Secretary of Navv UOVCriiment ISSIIOS Lai! TOl* . J.ilmckg Clnrner snUI tlic president to tO In in New Securities. ought to tint .secretaries' nt work here InsTcad of trying lo create more assistants Secretary of War Hurley denied Democratic charges he refused to testify before Ihe house committee on creating a public works commis- WASHTNC'.TO**. Keb. 20 (UPI — Thc government tor!:iy called upon citizens as a patriotic duty to | S [ 0 dig up money buried in tlv b.ick | prt Pt . mm,. «r *i ^.i i yard !in,, Invest I, in baby ^nc, | ^Z^r^I'lue?^,^ i payeis and certain memlxir.i cf ihe rS!, l "'T. ctin 8 ?< Osccob were _. — ...,. .^...innii ex- ^ - T ...^^n..j i tension d3parlmcnt and sponsored i ! " I=(I °'' Major Jacobs Juc'ucic't I by the local apcnts. arc open to ! ^. <ac rcc °mmendalions for cfimina- '"Cirro families of Ihc county. i "°" ° f nil deputies in county of• The schools arc held annually I " CCs " ot provided by law rvim-- | before oyenins of tbr crop season ' "°" of 'he s'-criff and collector's .and foltoiving the winter season of i lorcc lo four deputies- elimination : ho;,' killing and meat curing in j of county siijirrvisir.-* ic.icli4s I which more work has Iren ilonc eounty agriciiltur.il a»enis' n,ij Ithls rear thnn any previous yenr. ' ' "" iccordiiifr lo Elijah Thompson, th-; ncnro county n=ent. Thoiisamis of pounds . 'auo cemonstralor. UIKI |t,t- ^m- tary jns^cior of the health 'unit and r, r<: VK3l tllal a] , roml , '" | . of pork ncc rs ncct , |)t a a v have been cured by r.earo farmers | of 20 per cent i vo j m , t ., rv , (: ' the govcrnmcnl will otfcr March I h, nn n,,,,.^ " n "n j" ,' | 7 al g iwo per ce,,,. They wil, be | ^^rc^^^L vT Orga ini?p P T. A. G'onn said if me bill is passe.1 '"You miflU as well close all the markets redeemable Ufinn CO dnys nolice. The bonds will be of denominations as low as SM). running U[y At Shady Lane School « r ]&^^^ 1)0 '*"""' lbrm ^i*"' Hnoi-or had declined Ic ! of thc country." •j Carey, before the of (he conntv this winter, accord- j ing lo methods outlined by the county agent anrl nil scrap u'^^t i and sausage has been canned under supervision o! the nrgrn homo i>-Scnt. In addition to Ihc nork. belter open TOO 716 732 752 769 776 hish 7f,0 716 732 755 7G9 776 low G91 705 723 744 760 766 ctos? 691 705 723 744 760 T66 Spols closed steady at "05. off IP New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 20 (UP)— Cotton closed steady. March May July ' Ctrl' Dec Jan open G% 715 729 747 7C5 772 high 698 715 729 7'8 7G5 772 low 690 706 722 742 753 7il(i Spots steady aL CRT. off 4 close 690); 707 723 742 700 766 The propcsa: and others thn cuo of the two result in suhj-t: objected lo tv cans and jars of fruit and vegeti- manner blescnnned imtipr ll-.o home agent's 1 supervision during the laic siun- mer months. of Mr. Anderson county rents wy.il:! ! mli^il :cc,nrin:rs »ai j AtlMliny Cosloil. H.' : •i'.'us local effected in this A Parent -'iVan-.c rs prou't was or- Siiniwd al Klimly Lane rrliool mr- The fo!!evln^ nfMrrrs werr elrottvl: ".fr.- N'r!!^ IVil'mms. nrcsi- c'Mit. Mrs. S. Clod, vice president. Mrs. Murry Mi-llnlfcv. sccretnrv and ln:;i.Mir^'r. .Mr. ; . P. •>. Parkrr, i leporler. pnviMus .TV invi'i-il to nltrnd n I [ lenlins; rrlri.iv .-ifi.Tiicn). ,v ' mi -'i [ r ;-'fi:iv of KvJdc-nc* 1 that ho.iniin^; WHS declining, even prior to lb^ Issuance cf the new antl-ilepics:.ion ccrti- llcalcs was cibscrvcd in the increase in menf.y in circulation during the p.ist ihri't. «ecks. There will I;.- no limit on (he- amount (if money anyone may invest in baby bonds They will nu- 1110 I,; inn- year. DiiiinR llial I time the money wilt i^imun as ;i liovernhicni dcf.csil In Hie bank celling the iKuids thus Incveasir.t; th:ri bank's liipiid assets. Beys Out Yesterday COLON Panamn. b7 H! "! cl "J-'h Wiles of Stanford Co-eds Influence Professors PALO ALTO. Cal iUPi—Stan- ford University co-ods gel good!—„,, 1Jlilllnl , n grades because even scdite pntcs- : Da' iii Hutton he sors are. not proof a?nir.st tre wiles | r^ssful. of Cleopatra, while th? i>oor men sludents have to burn ihe midnight j -, s Connection With Cocktail Obiectionabli Semplc McPherscn acllon planned to tlwt l r husbanr . Cocfclali" v-ili »"« T if lc?al lrtl onl wi,m | Firrmrn "audit afir: in i:u- business sec(i on. The fin- Tcsuli-i! from a short f 'rcuil in ll-.e bmery connection according to renovts Dnmage was sll-lit. The car is the uronerty of L. G. n. OM Ward alderman. . . p!n:i:bcr ai-.ii Fir«t oil and toll unceasingly lo set even passing marks. So charges a recc-::' eritorial in Ihe Stanford Daily And ^ promlnenr cci-crt leader arlmlttfd thc MLilciiwni. Mutton a suit for - - Nfax Bllgrny. cperaror of ;l local cabaret. v,ho i s dlstilb:;tin? 'i 1 ? 8 ! 1 , 'i a ^ s Rlvl " ! InsFredlcnts of the "al.'clujah cocktail Invent fct In honor ol Aimee Semple McPhcr- sons visit Incognito to Bllpnn's a feu- years ago. Deirlrnrn Ilnimrs I* "^EAR^ot•^f. ^l^ch.. i-ipi its ni'V S22S.OOO school l-/.i:H^u«: IP "i A. Edlren. Oicr i..'.'0 ri"'!""-'- *"t?ndcd the dedicatory service. William J. Cameron, rf'lhc Ford "'"lor company, rir-llien'rl Ihc Principal nilrlnvvs Vote Murray Title of Greatest Living American MAGNOLIA, Ark.. Feb. 20. .UPi —The lille of ihe ereale.st living American belongs lo Governor William H. "Alfalfa Bill" Murray today. '.Stuflenls .it Mflgnoiin A. and M. college gave the Oklahoma chief cx- eculivn the title after balloting in a straw vote. They voted Henry Ford for second and Alfred E. Smith thirrf. Wncxhox Wilson was voted the greatest American living or dead, and George Washington and Abraham Lincoln second and who received votes were Thorn- i ihird. Others Robert E. Lee. Huey P. Long, Charles A. Lindbergh, Will Rogers. Robert Montgomery Hoovcrx nnd Herbert ... . ...m tlLlllllfll n; sno«- him (tny ol the data on which He president based his charges of last summer thtil boar raids de- Jjressrd K r.tin prices. The presiilent s «,,i (0 coiim-ss his llrji( vrio of the session. H was minor measure to RI-.-IIMI .-, ,„.,„;„,; lo Alexander M. Proctor iindcr the Indian War pension act. Parnell Mav Announce Candidacy Over Air MTTLE ROCK. Feb. ?C ,up,... Oov?nior Harvey P.-irnell )oft lo- dny for Tcxarkai-.a when- ho will speak tonight on the Piiichot May Contest Hoover's Nomination lllm-hcr Says Army Ready MOSCOVV. v-ob. au.' (uni-Tiic Soviet tinny Is rcndy for service tii di-tuiibe df h:e fiussian • fronlk'r against any attempts al hitcrvrn- llon by -if Ri.ssluns or foroign forcc.v i ri-j Uluuher, commn:icl- er-in-ciiu [ th: siwelnl* P.if East. army, loin i».,iinss iiicctiiig of -«ov-~ ernmeut lenders. ' .. • • BhiL-hcr madn the culdross pii.-lh'c' anniversary of the n.-d nniiy . oii : - . •I**,* 32.- The list •-or : ih*? > -4S'eclrL ; s*- : ^ received here today rovcvilM tho tense patriotic stale ol mind in i;;e Soviet region bon'eiinn on Mun- ctiurla. •Hie Soviet flandlng army more than half a million wilh of four and a hajf millio Pastors' Subject Sunday Pastor* ol th7 'iraillnj churches In the city will use onj nf Qeor-fe W. U.-u-ham's Church Kxciisss for their subject In sermons Sunday . H wus announced today. • • ••' "Chiu-ch Excuses" :i <fnilj- colnini'i I apl-earlng In this and other papers ' In tills section. The general nub- Jecl of the sermons and the thcjiip; of IninniTow'.s "Cinircii Encusc-i"-Is-' — "Uoyhood's Challenge lo MAII-' hood." Police Quiz Suspects In East End Robbery Police were lo question several youths (oday In connection with the robbery ol J. F. Livingston's store on East Main street las't night. Several canons of cigarettes were' I removed from the store by Inirnd.', ers ivho pained entrance by ".-riock:- Ing out a glass wiurtov: in Ilia Iront door. The robbsiy was dis r covered by police who no.'lccl thp broken window. Ten si:tp:cls were to be grilled by clficers today. Chief A.' IX Owyn said. Ruth Says His Fat Leaving Too Quickly ST. I'ETERSHURG. l-"hl. 2<! (UP).' —Halw Ruth has rut his doily golf from X to 18 holes because he is losing weight too rapidly, lie (it present weighs 223 pounds, and this is nol too much, the Yankoa home rein tlnj said. oiwn-ns nro- , r'ee'ihw ^r u-"" 1 " KCMC ' °'' V WASHINGTON. Feb. X <UP.>_ reeling. Parnjlls sccrelary. fa lr|.l Thc word was IB1SSC< , „, !mi0! ,,,.„. me subject of th? governor'.- ent Republican quarters h( , r , to . speech had not been rpi-rnleil h-i' ; day that Governor Pinchot of he said It iras not likely he would j Pennsylvania is organizing a mivc- offlct.-illy announce his candidacy imcnl to conlcst thc nomination of for u. S. senator. 'President. Hoover. Bruenine Is Given Vote of Confidence WEATHER ARKANSAS—Centrally 'night ai BERLIN. Feb. 2C lUI'i — Th->Reichstag by a vote of 28ft to 2C4 , According to the official weathsr espiewed confident , n the gov-j cbstivsr. Charles Phillips jr the cinmenlof Helnrich Ku'eiviw to-'nwxlninm Uraporatiiro here tv;i"r- the auprovcd March 13 dl > as the date of the presidential election with a second ballot if ncc- esjai-y on April 10. il degrees and (he minimum H? degrees, cbar". Today a yji.- ago the mBSlmum tfjnpfratiire H-JI 64 degrees and the minimum 37 de-

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