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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER TNEWS TH« DOMINANT NIW8PAMB,Of »OKTH«AST ARKANSAS AND aOPIBEAR HT88ODHI VOL. XXIV—NO. 45 BlyUwriUe Dally News, BlyUwvUle Herald, Mlsstalppl V«)ley Inter. lilylhevllle Courier, HLYTHBVIU.E, AUKANS/vS, .MONDAY, MAY 9, 1932 SINGLE COPIES-BYE CENTS DWIGHT JH[ FIITIIL 10 MIKE. .RICE FDR Flames Destroy Great Piers in New York Announcement of Chan-' cellor's Candidacy Is*J - Made at Little Rock. LITTLE ROCK, May 0 (UP)— With the announcement of Crnn- cellor J. M. Fuuell of Parn»ouM that he will be a candldhff for governor the number of candidate"; iT">k'lni{ the office was swelled ta ten. ' Nine are Democratic candidates fe"tcinT nomlniilion at the August primary. One is a Republican. Futrel 1 , 50, served as governor of Arkansas for a short time in 1013. He was president pro tern of the senate when Joe-T. Robinson resigned' as governor to accept anpointment to senate.--' Did Not Seek Reelection Instead of Serving the remain- Behi.nd these roiling clouds of smoke, ragin;- in New York when this picture was taken. hair-dozen flreboats fought to prevent tlie biaze from spreading to adjoining piers, and sur- The liner Californlii was moved out into the FRENCH PUBLIC Body of Murdered President Lies in State Elysee Palace. in PARIS, May 9. (UP)—Thousands of Frenchmen filed through the death chamber at Elysee palace today to pay silent tribute to Presl- Stanley Atchison Wins State Geometry Contest! Stanley Atchison, junior in the ity high school, won first honors n the state geometry contest of he Arkansas Literary meet at Conway Saturday. He also won first place in the district meet recently :eld. at Paragould. ; Altlwugh there were seven first place students from here at the district literary meet only three entered the slate meet. der of the term Putrcll called a [and special election. He was not, a ; Be ons treated scores of persons affected by the smoke, candidate and the late George W. - Havs was elected. | _ _ Candidates have until Tuesday .nt' mlclnisht tn pay their fees to have their names placed on the Democratic ballot. Judge Fulfil was appointed chancellor of the Twelfth Chan-j eery . District in 1923. was elected j for the six-year term beginning! Jan. 1, 1925, and was re-elected' two years ago. His term will expire Jan. 1, 1937. Problem Is Grav* "The problem before the • state is three-fold," said Jud?e Futrell, "namely, financial security., pre,' servation of our Investment in state highways and the carrying 'on of the education of our youth. It will be life responsibility of the -'. next governor to face these major «tate.-problems, and it is the'duty of awry candidate to offerJpr.the | ' "•' cbhswerstwn-' ol the people - his. recommendations -.for their upM-i tlon. . I "I shall make my statement on the remedies that I proposa in early future." As the first step in a program to safeguard the welfare of the state Judge Futrell said he favored a constitutional limitation upon 'legislative appropriations. Thus, he said, the temptation to spend large amounts of public money for political or other extravagant or corrupt purposes would b? eliminated and the nubile treasury would be safeguarded. names were sweeping a $2,500,001) pier of the Cunard Line More than ICO firemen, nfly pieces cf Inml lire apparatus dent Paul Doumer, beloved chief oj state 'injardcrea by! a Russian assas - The body was clothed in forma black dress with the grand cross of the Legion of Honor across the breast. Eight officers with drawn sabres stood guard at the catafalque cov ered with 'the French 'trl-color and surrounded by subdued lights. Alter the president's family had kept vigil' throughout the mornlni the body was taken to the Elysei ball room. The public : passed through portals' draped In blac and trimmed in silver and bearim She initials "P. D." Madame Doumer asked'the government to change its plans to bury the body in the Pantheon, French political shrine. It was decided the body woul dbe placed in the family vault in Paris beside the remains of Doumer's four sons who were killed in the world war. Police Questioning Dr. Paul .Gor- goulofr, Doumer's assassin, said he had formed a national triumvirate to govern Russia composed of himself, a representative of a German silk stocking firm named Jakovleff, and a printer named Krinkine. An associate of Gorguloff. a Russian named Krltchoff, said the assassin Urges .Home Gardens anc Farm Products fo^ duslrial Purposes. In Lav^c Congregations Arc Turning Out for Loyalty Campaign Services. the second week of the Church Loyalty Campaign, sponsored by five cooiwrttting churchc5 •f the city, special features are be- iifi planned for the nightly clmrcl services at 7:45 o'clock. Large con- ircgiillons were reported for boll Sunday sclwol and church Sunday Tlie services at the First. Presby erlan church are to bs on til theme "Redemption," with trie vis- ting minister, ..Charles M. Campbell, speaking, tonight on "Trie Redemptive Purpose of Jesus." At the 8:30 a.m. services, which lost for 45 minutes,, the Sermon on tlie Mount Is to be taken up each morning Hits week. The council of the Young People's department will meet at the C!KC uf the servlc: tonight. Sunday morning the . liev. Mr. Campbell 3|X>ke on "Righteous Means of Pence" with the thought predominant thai the church Is Hie medium,at all times for peace. A' Mother's Day message on the subject "Heroes of Common Life" was given Sunday morning at the First Christian church by Dr. Homer A. Strong, guest, .speaker. For the vesper service he 'dealt with man's destiny'with the Idea that one's destiny Is In 'his own hands .... to Lee Cazort Joins Race for Lt. Gov. LITTLE ROCK, May 9 (UP)~ Lcc Cazort of Lamsr, former. lieutenant governor, Linnaunced. today lie will be a candidate for;' that office In the coming Democratic Heavy Drinking by Movift Star' Charged in Suit primaries. Curtis Cannon nounced ho would of Hope an- open his campaign for lieutenant xoveriior at LOS ANOELES, May 9 (UP)— Ovcrlriduliience in liquor and collecting of obscene literature wer* charged today to Helen* Costello, beautiful screen star, a* hfr husband, Lowell Bternian, octor, testified In their divorce action. SIx-r'nan claimed Miss Costello's drinking caused bitter between them. This was Magnolia Sntiirdny. Retrenchment!cruelty. in stale and county government Tlie regular quarrels listed as will be Ills program. Lt. Gov. Lawrence E. Wilson was expected lo pay his Ice this aft'r noon. He has already filed pledge for renoinlnatlon. his evening liquor CHIEF * IN LIST MITE 10 sclKdulc, he told Judge Ambrose , was five or sk glasses of wine with dinner, several liqueurs. atv' then an unnumbered amount, of Billv Culver., 11, Instantly Killed When Pushed in Path of Car. DETROIT, May 9. (UP)—Henry Ford is engaged in a naUonalrgar- dening campaign as a part of his effort lo make Industry a buyer ol agricultural products because "the know is the land." he iokl the United Press. . '. He has begun a nation-wide .educational effort to induce. every t family to grow part or all of it£ vegetables this summer. ' ; At Dearborn, Macon and Ypsllan- ti, Mich., he Ls' cultivating 20,000 acres to empkjy f ,thousands. of jobless men producing crops ranging i There were three ,who nsked unite with the church. Tonight Dr. Strong will use as his subject "Inspiration and Service." This will follow a special meeting for Juniors at 7 o'clock.' from sun fl °* e '^ to Tllese crops ' lrd bcatls - , *»' CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo!— Billy Culver, 11 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Culver sr., was instantly killed at Marvrn Chapel; near, ... _ . . this city, late Sunday when struck to use in the ^^ chemical 'labo by un automobile. . ! mor >' at D<*rt»«V Eye witnesses said that the Widow of Number Nine Fanner Sues Railroad Mrs. John Johnson, widow of a Number Nine farmer who was killed when struck by a Frisco passenger train near here in July, 1931. has filed suit In circuit court asking >3,000 damages from the St. Louis San Francisco Railway company. The complaint avers that the engineer and train crew failed to use _._ lxllll _ (lull| ^ tu ulu a5s ^,., n proper precaution and sufficient had requested his aid In organiz- dillgence in an effort to avoid the ing whit<! RuKlans on , a£cist in _ tragedy. Johnson, according to the C |p] es complaint, was struck by a fast . train at a grade crossing. • Harrison, Smith and Taylor, local law firm, are counsel for Mrs. Johnson. New York Cotton : with any. market crops ! since most of them arc to be put He has been trying to discover child was pushed into the path of! h ° w industry can provide an ah- the'car by several playmates who! nual market and outlet for agri- instaritly disappeared. A coroner's Jury returned the verdict that the accident was unavoidable" and Mrs. R*ba O'Donnell of Memphis, driv- cultural products. That is the wholesale end of his plan. "With one foot on industry nnd another on the land the country er of the death car, was released. | ^ well balanced and so is the av- Wrs. OTJonnell was accompanied', "age family," Ford explained. "It by her husband and Mr. and Mrs. \ anything Is to be blamed for pres- Ray Redman, also of Memphis. j cnt condllioas it Is not our interest in new things like machinery but our forgetfulncss of old things like the land. The lanS does not shrink with the stock market. It docs not fade like speculative values. It Is always there, ready to honor at full any effort inves'ted. When I proposed this last year I Immediately was attacked by those who claimed I was hurting The.Rev! c. H. Bumpers, of Manila, ..will,preach the nightly sermons at : tbe"like''Street Methodist church ;th!s-w*r*. -Ulw Martha Matthews, 'of Manila," will render special music, lo be fealurcd with There was one conversion and 'our additions to the First Baptist church last evening. The Booster choir of 54 voices led the singing and'the pastor, Alfred s. Harwell, delivered the sermon/This evening Ire will speak on ''Are'You For or Against Christ " The Boosters are asked to meet each evening at 7:20 o'clock for a- rehearsal. At the First Methodist church (he Rev. P. Q. Rorle preached on "The Old Fashioned Home, the Hope for Future Motherhood." A pageant was given by members -of the school of music at the'evening hour when the pastor spoke on "The Mistake of Delaying." At 7:15 p.m. the Rev. Paul Galloway, pastor of the churches at Reiser and Joiner, will lead a young people's prayer meeting. SPEftKER OFFERS. SMPtffl jUrges Amendment to Provide Substitute for State Property Tax. A general sales tax. »s a substitute for a major portion of.the 8.7 mill slate property tax .was advocated by William McComb ol Little Rock at a meeting at the courthouse Saturday night attended by a small group of local taxpayers. Mr. McComb is making a speaking lour of the stile'under the auspices ol the Property/Pa* Beliefs association, the' 'organization sponsoring the sales'tax, and'»poke Saturday at LeachvUle and Osiee- ola as well as Blytherille.' The sales tax plan Is embodied In a proposed amendment to the constitution which' would .limit .the general property tax for statt purposes to one-half mill ana v s'u>ail- tute for It -a- one' pet cent 1 tax orT sales of all commodities e«j»t farm prodttits m.the hahds.ioT.the- producer, and on electrical current, amusements, transportation charges and. other services as well.' Mr. McComb estimates that the sales tax would produce about M per cent more revenue than tt.s state property tax. His plan would devote the additional reveijue to the equalization of common school education... He defended the proposal on the grounds .that It would transfer part of the tax -burden from property owners to persons who own .little property and who therefore pay lit- high balls. On one occasion, Bh-trniMi aild, -she told me before.* pafty she Intended to get Intoxicated." . "Dont pay. any attention to anything I do tonight," Sherman quoted lier as saying. "I'm going o get stinko." Sherman suld Miss Cosiello's lobby of collecting beautifully bound and rare volumes of ob scene literature also -constituted cruelty. He Introduced twelve volumes assorlfdly belonging .to he actress, to support this cori- entlon. Action a Surprise to Many Who Had Thought Him Definitely Out. LITTLE ROCK, May '»'.'. (UP)-J- 3wlght Blackwood, »• ho died his' candidacy for governor today wqs en route to Osceola this afternoon! LITTLE ROCK May 9 (UP)- Dn-lghl H. Blackwood chairman of the Arkansas highway communion shortly before noon today filed,Mrs pledge as" a candidate for ga*er-s -or. . • .. • ' 11 The. highway executive said he would make a statement Wednesday or Thursday. BlackwoobVs candidacy brtnjs the number seeking th? Democratic nomination for governor in the August ft pfimiry to ten A republican, J. b Liifsay will oppose the.winner In the Nbyeixiber* Tlie announcement came as a surprise to. many today they i«d predicted the (ilgtiway eucutrft would not Mck office 8-v*r*l day* ago he ww reported to hive written 'a klter MylTij he would not run for governor or any other pol- llcal office this Jetr > v Series ol Meetings ^o aRnortionment Held. '-: :• .;• Support o! a consWUllona amendment for reapportlonmeni o the Arkansas leifWatu re ori'a baiii that will live* tq»»V ttpreientatton When - it -WM learned Utc Sti- urday that Btackwood had rehired many of tht ntnetv «n-, ployes • released from the rOfhway department a> ''an «ooo«ny meas- urt" May ,1,- lt.i»s rumoted K' was a nollttcal - mor* j. The .reduction In help at the department wma toned by th* recent ipeclal .-'(colon of ; th« legislature vhleh ;etit the departrnent's aporopriatioM more than »lOO.orj» '" Funeral services were conducted here this afternoon and burial made at 'the Litde Prairie cemetery. Find Body Floating in Swollen Drainage Ditch LITTLE ROCK, May 9. <UP>An investigation was being conducted today in the mysterious death of a father and the injury of his 1-year-old son. The body'of John C. Atterbcrry, 34, was found floating down. a drainage ditch yesterday afternoon during the hard rain which fell here. Shortly- after the body was found the son, Earl, 1, was found in a serious condition in a road above where the body was found. . The boy told hospital attaches they had been caught In the ter- riftc storm and swept off their feet. Authorities were investigating the possibility of murder as the pockets of the man and boy had been turned inside out. Bolh had fractured skulls and bore many bruises. NEW YORK, May 9. (UP)—Cotton closed steady. Open High Low 'Close 570 .571 554 554 580 582 564 585 602 006 588 617 620 May July Oct. Dec. Jan. Mar. 642 621 625 645 602 613 628 Spots closed at 570, oft 20. /V«>rp 590 604 613 629 May Procession Held at Catholic Church i The congregation of the Church of the Immaculate Conception ob- rerved the May Procession service Sunday afternoon when all the students of the Catholic school participated. The crowning of the Blessed Virgin was included in the ceremony. Talner J. J. Thompson conducted the special service for this Votton of the Carnes, of present. Weincr.'Ark., was also May July Dec. 601 Dec 614 July 609 Mar 637 Open High LOT • 563 5fi7 563 579 604 817 609 638 564 585 596 609 624 Spats, closed at 573, off 9. Close . 561b . 5.77 587 600 MJIb 624- A. T. and T. ........... 99 1-8 Anaconda Copper ..... , 5 i-g .Auburn ............... 35 3.4 Armprel Child Dies Funeral services were held Sunday for Max Battles, year-old sm of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Battles, who died Saturday at the family home rrt»r Armorel. Interment was made at Number Nine cemetery. The Cobb Undertaking company was in,charge of funeral arrangements. ' The deceased U survived by his parents, two brothers and four sisters. Many Die as Landslide Wrecks Apartment House LYONS, France, May 9 (UP)— Thirty persons were missing today, relieved burled by landslides which wrecked two apartment houses and [in which Edouard Herrlott, mayor of. Lyons and victorious radical socialist; leader, narrowly escaped death. "• •' : A high cliff along the Rhone river crumbled and butied the apartment houses and several small structures. Fire from brok- to the de- the farmer. Trc farmer knows from my whole career .how Interested I have been .'in: his'success and prosperity, and he knows the family • vegetable garden/offers no serious competition to him;. .' "The critics are tlie food monopolists who dread to -see the | American family become Independent. When the people can see their more free cash to use in the channels of trade. They lighten the welfare taxes, they Increase employ ment, they create a sense of re- curity in their own minds, and th;y really decrease the overhsad of the whole country." -. . Cities Service .......... 37-8 Coca Cola ..- ........ ;... 931-4 Continental Baking ..... General Electric ........ 14 3-g General Motors ......... 11 1-8 Mlddlewest Utilities .... Montgomery Ward ..... 7 New York Central ...... 141-4 Packard ................ --2 !-2 . Radio ........... , ....... 4 1-8 Simp/ ns Beds .......... - 43-4 structlon. It thirty were de»d. Standard of N. J. 25 1-4 Texas Co U U. S. Steel ,,,; N 7-8 feared at least Rison Youth Drowns RISON, Ark., May 9. <UP)-The body of John Ray Cash, 12-year- old son' of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cash, has been recovered from the Saline river where he drowned Sunday. Demands Snopresskm of Irregular Medical Work NEW ORLEANS, May 9. (UP)— Prosecution to the fullest extent o :he law of persons and concern; engaged in irregular medical prac tices was Strrianded by Dr. K. Star Judd, president of the America Medical association, tt the session of the house of delegates ol Hi organization here today. The house of delegates Is made up of 173 eminent doctors, clecled by state medical societies. He had been iwlmmlng three other boys. with Film Couple Have Separ, a ted for Good, Friends' at Hollywood Say. HOLLYWOOD, May 9 (OP) — Sally Ellers, motion picture act- ess, and her husband, Hoot Olb- on, film hero In western parts, lave separated, friends said today. Miss fillers was staying at the inme of friends and was; said to planning not to return to the Oibson home in bcverly hills, A definite break came at a dance Saturday night, friends said, and Miss Eilers returned home with Mr. and Mrs/Edward Klein. Oibson was quoted as sayln; ais wife-was a "different girl" after her success in "bad girl" and 'he could-no longer pl**« tie in the way of taxes. The proposal apparently evoked little enthusiasm among those who attended Saturday.night's meeting. Discussion following Mr. McCorhb's talk was largely adverse, persons present pointing out that the' sales tax plan, while affording some relief to the larger property owners, would Impose a net increase in the county's contribution to the maintenance of the state government, would place Arkansas business concerns, manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers, under a disadvantage in competition with concerns in neighboring states, and would fall most heavily on classes least able to pay. Mr. McComb denied that the tax would drive business from Arkansas, saying the rate was purposely kept tow to avoid that danger. He admitted, however, that the rate would average in excess ol one per cent, because the tax Is Imposed on manufacturers and wholesalers sales, as well as those of retailers, and thus in many instances must be paid twice or three limes by the uttmate consumer. week and next (hroushout the Chlckasawba district of Mississippi county. . An effort will be made ;lrt each community 1 to form an -organization lor the circulation' 6f petitions for initiation .of the, amendment, arid at the same time -'before the first Monday in July, Iri' order that Ihls county, which tSe • amendment would give a substantial increase to representation, will be able to cast a' heavy 'vote for It at the. November election. . . A similar, campaign in behalf of the reapportionment amendment and poll Ux payment will.be held In the Oaceoia' district ol th: county.' annually,. . Blackwood could not reached The'schedule of meetings for the Cnlckauwba district follows: Tuesday, May 10—Lsaehvilb and bell. Wednesday, May 11—Shady Grove and New Liberty. Thursday, May 12—Carml and Half Moon. Friday, May 13—Pawheen and Forty and Eight. Saturday, May It—Manila. Monday, May 16—Promised Lnnd and Dosnell. Tuesday,' May 11—Yajbro and Clear Lake. . Saturday, May 21—Blythcvllle. All meelings will be nt 1:30 p.m.. and will be held In the schoolhouses except at Manila, where it will be held in the courlhouoD. but his office,Mid.he would re- ,_ lease one .Wednesday. Recent revelations^by, the highway, audit commlisipn ;. were ;ibe- int*d by man; lometlrpe ago ,to fetve ltdpped BJackwopd's flpaf which were made Jist year. He had planned.:at that time to run for governor. It was brought out at a'hearing of the audit commission .that the 15,000 a year higff- w«y commissioner had' d.->66sited more than $106,000 .»i Arkansis banks since he was appointed to the. job. I Blackwood however told the auditors some time 'ago.^.that- most of trie money was his.when' he was sheriff of Mississippi'cbun.- ty. He said at the time he had kept It. In safe depoait boxes and Had. placed it In'his bank «ccounts.«S; he needed It Await rantril DeebUa :Oor. Harvey Parnell is the only major politician left who has not made known his plans. It was. reported, however: the governor will-'; announce for the' U. S. Senal* •sometime before midnight: .Tuesday" when the time to file pledges expires. Besides Blackwood candidates for governor are Chancellor J. M. Futrell, Paragonld, who filed his pledge today, Tom J. Terra!, former-;governor, Dan W. vllle, Judwi a. ': Grocer Dropi Dead MTTLE.ROCK, M»y 9. (UP)_ A heart atUck was blamed today for thj death o{ James A. Henry. 56. grocer, who dropped dead when he stepped from his automobile which. *K stuck In the mud. Craifhead Woman Is Auto Accident Victim PINE BLUFF, May 9. (UP)—Mrs. J. T. Shelby, 21. who was burned when the automobile In %Iiich she was riding skidded in loose gravel, died here this afternoon. Her husband who snflercd severe nurns was reported doing well and Is expected to. recover. Shelby said the car In which they were riding struck loos: grovel, got out of control, crashed Into a tree and caught fire. The t'oupla live at Brookland Ark,, near Joneeboro. They had been sending the week with their parents near Shsrldan ind were en route home when the accident occurred. Shelby, 28, Is an employe of a spoke mill nt J«nesbor«, Find Body of Gordon Man, Burned to Death GTJRDON, Ark.. May 9 <UP)— William Hugh Whitniore, 28, tfas found burned to deaih today in a building near his farm. His body was discovered whtn the flre was extinguished. A coroner's verdict sold he met when trapped in the building. Johnson of M. Bone of Bates- Ucal Men Will Speak at Christian Conference The Rev. E. K. Latlmer, pastor of the First chrlstun church, and George W. Barharn. will participate in the program of the Arkansas State conference of the Christian church at JonMboto May 10. 11, land 12. An address by the local pastor will be heard on the Tuesday program «nd Mr. Barham will speak on "Christian Citizenship" Thursday evening. Strict Enforcement of Privilefe Tax Promised Municipal Judge C. A. Cunningham has Indicated that no leniency will be shown business and professional men who are brought Into court after Saturday for failure to pay privilege lEcensei. ... A number of warrants'have been Issued recently for professional men and others who ate delinquent In payment of privilege licenses. The asts have teen continued'and It is understood that the court feels tenancy should be shown because strict j nforcement of the privilege licervto law is a new policy. The court has asked that proper notice of the 'deadline" be given by publication if a warning. Cases arising out of 'allure to pay privilege license after Saturday will be pissed upon In :he same manner, of other ca;e>, t Is announced. , vllle, Judge A. B. Priddy, Russell- . vllle, Charles A, Walls,. Lonote,. Dr. J. A. Christian Dardanelle. Jud« R. M. Mann, Little Rock, and W. P. Wilson, Little Rock. . • BRISTOL, Me. (UP)— On« of tht few teal old country scV.ools still standing in America is located at Round Pond. It was built 10! yeats ago, American Consulate in Japan TOWB Bombed WASHINGTON, May D. (UP>The American consulate at Nagasaki, Japan, was bonikd at 11:40 tjn. today, the consulate reported. No political important* was attached to tb* art by ths consul. The stat» department's report of the incident said the tomb started a. flr* but it was extinguished by the consulate stafl using a garden hos* after only jlttht dan.ue. Cape Physicians Want Free Health Wark Eried CAPE OIRARDEAU, Mo.—7?lth- .' drawal from Cape Glrardeau coun-..'. ty Is asked in a letter lo Gov. Henry S. Caulfleld by the Cape Olrar- deau County Medical'Society. The letter sets out that Dr. W. W. .lohn-' son/director of public health Ih.trje Southeast Missouri district, w»s placed here for drouth emergency . relief, and that the situation he was to correct-no longer exists. The letter further states that physicians In the county socl-ty have pledged themselves to take care of the public health and are glad to pledge themselves to the assistance of charity cases. ' - One point brought out was that persons normally able to pay for medical aid resorted to tbs free clinic, which was injurious to the physicians, practice. . "FATHER ARKAN3AS-G>Mrally fair to- nlgl-.t and,Tuesday. Accord ing-to the official weither observer, Chute* Phillip* jr., the minimum temperature here yet- terdty was K fefree* and tht minimum. 83 defrws, cle»r. Todav a yeir aco trw roasimum temperature was 72 decrees *»d .the minimum, 55 Ojeffrra, cloudy.

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