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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 15, 1936
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' SPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS-"XKD^ioirniEAffi^d^I ' "^ 'TT' ^ "• '-1 THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS VOL. XXXIII—NO. 1fi5 Blylheville Courier Dlythcvllle Dally News . ' ~ — Biyihevllle. Herald . , Mississippi- Valley 'under BI,YTHEV1L!,E, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, SICITICJMIJER 15 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS REPUBLICANS SWEEP MAINE ELECTION 'Miss America" Has Pcrsonalily Suggests Next Admiiiislra- tion Find . Out "Who Made Contributions I.TITLE HOCK, Sept! 15^ (UP)— Ciov. J. M. Kutrell today smgeji- ril that the' ihconVini! administration'/* pressed investigation of fonie state departments he enlarged to include'nil branches of tli» stale eorermniht rind the tiiiRunlgn expenditures "of "giibei- natorlal c-awlWates. " ' ; ; .• , •' Speaking of gubernatorial 1 p ram- palpn funds, the governor said: "We should ha\e the : names of each contributor and' the iimuiint given by"hhu, all of which .should be published to the world Any person hn;; a right to : con tribute to the campaign fund of Ills favorite candidate but. when tlic amounts ate fully exposed the K:0plc may lie tlic judge of the reasons why. , "We licavcf many rumors, some of which seem lo be accepted as true, of to'.uishlpx and counties hmighl and sold, blocks of votes t:tken from one given to another consideration. We hear Wake Of Hurricane .MIAMI. Hn,, Sept. 15 (UP) — lie .worst hurricane of the season roared northward toward At- THREE DIE i r\ , n . . . .'.,- .! ™" '»i»™ n I uesuevate r i g h 11 n g- in °"" c siuppme innw touny whiio.i ; tt ln i -r 1 n • o: I " 1(! nrs ' of three vessels re.u-hcd '- ltlle , I aldvei'a Kegion Seen Hie side of the Norwegian slcam- ' As Tlimino Point ' fr.T°»'.mgen, rented sinking In Pv Unit-,) The battle in the Ta'lave'rn ' the wake winds. The U. S. of 75-mlle-an-nour hurricane warning , --.,, , which described the hur- Ion. southeast of Madrid, devcli rlrane us the worst of the season , or«l. i-npitiiv today into'a critical I located the storm about 400 miles | test of strength which -may -de-i south southeast of Bermuda to- ciri- Ihe fntc. of the revolution. I day, moving north northwestward The rebels, well trained "and at six lo eight miles an hour well equipped, and with a super- I lor air force, battered 'ai'Uhe loyalist lines in H determined 'effort to .reach Toledo and. th'en Iiiwh on lo Madrid. ." Opposing them Is a numerically si-pericr but .poorly trained force of volunteers vho make no in fer- cclly find couro«c wliat they lack ! in military skill. > MEET PRESIDENT That daraling smite on Rose Veronica Coyle's prclly face, ihere because judges in Atlantic City's annual beauty contest'decided iliat out of "JO comely, tjonte.s'.ants representing as many different- 's'tntts, she llild tlie most Dl ( it takes- to .become Miss • America., contribution.'; from one firm] nation's official beauty queen. . Entered as "Miss Philadelphia,"/ Miss person amounting to ns] Coyle also won third prize in the outdoor '' cu- the polls ::il day for the best mice obtainable for their votes. "The only way such practlc2;; can tc stopped Is to have the urnnd jurit'. 1 ; do their duties and Ihc legislature should see to it lliat these election frauds are exposed." The governor in the statement uphold the proposed investigation of. tlie revejine department, start- cd"ihl5 wbefc. by' Comptroller'-Roy Spence,-..and-'ejnrev,ecl the opln Ion that ... further investigators would not find that former Comptroller Griffin Hmiih had neglected his duties in auditing the slate departments. The Icyallsts, fi^hlint' desper-ln D "J ~ utelv. were forced back about., six! rl'esent balance miles but tlurn rallied. If they of Madrid re roulnd thn full is almost Inevitable. The government however, poured more! re-enforcements toward the front] Showing Improved Condition of Companies WASHINGTON, Sept. 15 (UP) H ^™ "T -" H^ 'o^tSntTatT- "1)31 threat In I Jay • a balance sheet reflecting ....dcr tiie Dtal tii contrast to cliariies ond planned a counter attach. .. nil ' i" J "' u«iiui\.t; sued rein ^"'^L 0 , 2™ °. J. 1 * 01 !^": 1 !''P^'! conditions under with the crown, the cup ami the kudos, she 1 " . . . to Hollywood. outdoor girl fashion "show cbiitssl rramn mountains directly north Ncw 'Di •n for the "Miss Personality" vitle. \*L "'•;,. c , a P 1(nl } vllere «» •«U1- by.,PYan ins a free' ti'b ,,ry attack" was ,n progress, j The other main scene of action YOUTH FfllLS 10 Chaiges Dropped Against Three in Beating of Warren Rambo A felony charge of assault, with intent lo kill against Elwopd Jchnson was dismissed by Mrn- icipal Judge Doyle Henderson this morning. Johnson was accused in the beating of Warren Rambo, v.'bo was found unconscioVs at Walker's sawmill, about 100 yards east of this city on Highway 18, the morning of August 23. Similar charges against Grady Maxwell and Albert Neisler were dismissed upon motion of the deputy prosecuting attorney. - Young Rambo, plainly a reluc- Faces Trial on Charge of Intimidating Labor Trial of L. H. Houston in municipal court on a charge of attempting to intimidate labor has been set for Friday morning. Houston Is alleged to have made verbal threats to negroes in the Dell community to keep them out of the cotton fields until the price of picking advanced. He is at liberty on bond. The charge is a misdemeanor' lcml witness . '<><* the stand this and conviction carries 12 months I mornm e to slil 'e Hint the group fine of not I of >' outns .. na d been drinking te| fore lie was struck and he did I not know who hit him. He still showed effects of the illness resulting frcm his injury and the hcurs between the time that his assailant left him lying on the eround at the sawmill and his discovery. At one time hospitn physicians despaired of his life Young Rambo lives in the Clear Lake community and the other ycuths in the same vicinity. imprisonment and It\ss than £500 nor $1,000. more than New York Cotton NEW YORK, Sent. 15 (UP) — Get ton closed barely steady. open hi'|h low close 1206 1209 12fO I2C!) 12M 1211 1208 1210 120G 12CB 1203 1205 1105 119G 1185' I187b Cct Dec Jan March Mny Julv 1202 1202 1195 1195 12C2 1202 1195 1195 Epols closed steady at 1240, off Spot Average Is 12.17 The average price of 7-8 inch middling cotton on the ten leading spot markets tcdny was 12.17, according |o the Dlythcvitle Board of Trade. Killed Attacker to Save Dad was on the Ara»on front, norlh- east of the capital. ^ SH(e ,, )refent- artminlslratlon, j Mr. Rposeveit was quoted as •.. I saying that despite any reports' No Interference With . iLrance'tS %£?£ A m- Sociali,t : at EaHe LT'" .Ttt oH^itf saN Closinfi Stock Prices NEW YORK. Sept. 15 (UP) — Prices dipped fractions to two points in profit taking and then rallied to close irregular on the slock exchange today. Traders had felt fairly certain of the outcome in Maine's election ond the Republican victory there did i not cause any radical fluctuations. New Orleans Cotton\ A T and T 114 5-8 i NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 15 (UP)— Cotton closed sleady here today as price fixing and liedi counterbalanced. Losses close were from three points. O.-M.'II hieh lo-.v clcsi Ocl 1202 1204 1195 119Gb Dec I3C3 1205 Jan . 1205 1205 March 1198 1201 1192 May HOB 12CO 1193 July. .* 1190 HDD 1182 Bethlehem Steel 10 : Chrysler 113 1-8 Spcts closed steady at 1238, oil Cities Service Coca Cola sellmjl General American Tank at Ihe I General Electric to five | General Motors International Harvester McKcsson-Robblns ..... Montgomery Ward New York Central Packard Phillips Petroleum Radio Corp 10 7-! Simmons Bed 381-4 1198 1193 1198 1193 ' 1103b 1103 131 5G 40 1-8 66 7-8 71 3-4 9 7-8 49 1-8 44 5-8 12 5-8 40 1-2 1182 •i. Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS. III.. Sept. 15 <UI't—Hogs: receipts 7.0CO Top 170-240 Ibs IO.I>5-1().85 I40-1GO Ibs 9.00-9.75 Bulk sows 8.50-9.00 Cattle: receipts G.5CO Steers 7.50-9.50 Slaughter steers 5.25-10.00 Mixed yearlings anrt heifers 5.75-8.00 Slaughter heifers 4.15-9.50 Beef cows 4.25-5.00 Cullers and low cutters 3.CO-4.00 Standard of N J Texas Co GO 3-4 37 1-4 Smelting 18 1-8 Steol 72 Warner Zcnlte 13 3-8 7 1-4 Barely able to hold bach his tears, Al Tipton, 12, is pictured after he shot and Killed one man and v/oun ded an o th'er - to ; save hn father during a free- fbr-all fight at Scottsboro, Ala. Al, held for assault with intent to commit murder, said that "at his i father's command', he \ grabbed his father's gun and ) fired when tlie elder Tipton was attacked by three men with whom he had been U. S. Will Do Levee Work Below Lepanto WEST MEMPHIS, Ark., Sept. 15 (UP)--The United States engineers' office will receive bids September 29 for building 1 seven loop levees on Little river, it .EARLE, Ark— George A. .Nelson, candidate for vice president of the United States, ,spoke. before about ICO persons here Mondav after/ioon , while Sheriff , Howard Curlin .and a deputy stood by. for ^protection." . t ', ' .<,-; ,- ''Socialiem,-'.'Nelson.'t'oi'd'.his audience; "is a peaceful .change from capitalism to a productloh-for-use system." . lie made no reference to tenant farmer problems. Speaking from • a merchant's porch -oh the.-town's., principal street/ Nelson was intreduced by J. R. 'Butler, president of tlic Southern .-Tenant:-Farmers -Union and Socialist candidate for governor. -'-.'' , : •.,'-.,''. Biitler said-that'.he would give "laborers a fair- and square deal." ,"If .ypii're not' a worker," he told his hearers, ."I'm not lalklnj- to you." '"•;••• "Then you're talking to the wrong -crowd," some one in the audience'.said loudly. H was the only interruption of the afternoon. Curlin ' attended at the request of Governor Fulrell, who said, however, the Socialist party vice- presldenUiil candidate "Is just as safe in Arkansas as I am." An "armed guard""' was asked by Socialist party headquarters In a telegram sent to the governor last week. announced today. The contract will require the j ever." moving of about 90.000 cubic yards ~ Bathing Suit Czar Decries Present Style GODERICH.'Ont. ,<UP>—Chief of Police R. c. Vostetrmaitc, for 30 years dictator of bainlng suit decency rules here, admits he is shocked by this year's styles. "I've seen many kinds of bath| Ing suits In my time," he said, "but , , ; this-year's models are the worst security • The White House and the insurance leaders denied, however, that the conference today had any' COnnPptlfln- U'{l!/'t>*o nV.nW.n~ U.J.J., connection- with' the charges made' bj ; 'Knox' In a town; Pa., about lo dajs ago bj ; 'Knox' In a speech > at Allen one I B[[B[ :k Business Man, :er and Cbauffcui Arc Victims URUBE, Ark., Sept. 15 (UP) — Three persons were Instantly killed and one seriously Injured foui irilos south or here tcduy when their car failed lo make a curve The dead, nil oi Little Hock, arc: :. T. L. Hclllnurath. 3U. manager oi the Little Rod: Cccn Cola bottling, company./. Maylcen Belllngralh. 1C. i\ high schcot senior. Willie SiittcrfleUl, 3'J, nvcro chuulfciir, Mrs. Belllniji-iith, 28, • wns taken to n Little Hock hospital .where physicians snicl she was snlTcr- IDB Internal bruises and u biullj mutilated let;. It wns bcjlcved Ihe chiiitlleur ellhei- fell asleep or became confused In the dark as he approached a fork In Ihc road leading lo Comvny. Tlic car, n urccn Packard sedan, left the read and went Inlo n ditch about three. feel deep. A wallet, believed . to have contained a large sum of .money and a watch were taken from llct- llngrnlh's clothes shortly nftcr the accident occurred. . ;. i-ovc Win-, Otii I'or Joan, Hick ; Frederick H. Eckei chairman of the- board 'of ^Metropolitan Ufe Insurance company, said no pol- Itics' 1 was Involved In the discussion. : ' - ', Charles P. Williams, president, Wes tern an d Sou I hern • ' LI fe Insurance -company'; ".revealed that the balance sheet had : bi'en pre- Mnlcd. 1 ' " '• ' First Graders Must Enroll This Week Parents who plan to enroll children In (he first grade in the city schools- this have not done so year and who advised by Superintendent W. D. McClur- kln that this must be done this week, not later than JYlday. Mr. McClurkin snld that recently it was announced that children would be• allowed : to enroll In the primary grade any time within n six weeks period following the opening, of school, but that upon checking, up on Ihc state school law !(, was found that only a two weeks period l.i provided for first grade enrollments. Atlanta Youth, 16,., Confesses Sendm&f/ Lettei TV*Shirley's Motlm WASHINGTON Sept 15 (UP) r- Tlic, Justice department today an nquriced tlmt Frnnk Stephens,'' 16, had confessed in Atlanlii. Ga., lip sent n letter to the mother of Shirley Tennle. child film star, demanding • $25.0!;0 under • threiil of kldnnpint! her 'danstiter. Stephens, nrcordliiK ft) the !«!• enil • burciiii of iiivcsll^atioiii- ; w,i located In Atlanta today and whe miesltoncd conftKicil Hint (In; loiter received .'in 1 '. Shirley's fan nml Aug. 7 hud' teen Inrwanji d him. The Justice. (l[>p:irlnici.i .s Stephens had • bi-en unvoted Atlanta iil :l!)3ri on a l:m;;lai'" charge and provlcuisiy Juiil "h'.ivt 1 . in a rcrormalor>' sc-hciol on char- Res nf truancy. Conlaild In' tho liitter Wi>rc the following ^oi'ds: "c'ii:l, Hie money if you want to kiep .Shir- Dick row tii A long llnvailcd Holljnnnil 10 manco iicnrc.1 Its cllmas «•> Jonn Blcndtll u)irci phpti nod Dick Pd^'ell ^^lo-)icr5H«i>liatV?-s'jlf A ft-i screen stars,.Died .notice of Intention to nmrrj, In tlic Lo iAn- gclcs marriage license bureau. Studio tasks and technicalities of Mlss : Blondcll's divorce decree from Caineraman George Barnes have delayed, the wedding Hollywood hus been "expecting" for months Powell also has been married 1)3- lore. DEFECTED VOIE5 ilfflffllUCE Republican Candidate" for Governor Is Victor by Neatly. 40,000 PORTLAND Me, Sept 15 (UP) —RepiiblfcQtvj.scorcd a clean sweep lixliiv In ^Malnes "baromelei" election but the defeated Democratic senatorial candidate. Gov I ouls J Bronn. who was nosed out by a" margin of about 5000 loirs, hinted he maj demand n recount. Ocmpleto leturns from' tho stale's 833 precincts gave Poi senntoi — Senator ' Wallace While Jr, Republlcah. 159,484; Ciovunor Brann, Democrat, 154,403' White's malgln. 5081 Toi govern 01—Lcwfs O Bai- io»s , Republican 112511, p Harold DuboxT, Democial, 132,783 A Ililid candidate In this contest, | Benjamin J liubar, Independent, was hopclcsslj behind Barrow's margin, 39,728. Hi inn M»> Brliij,' Contest 'Ihe Q. o P exhorted by Presidential Nominee Air M, Landon to "start a victory parade dial will span ..the nation,' also won all three congressional seats Two of these thev regained from tin Democrats . Drann ^il| confer In Nevy York lomoirow with pemocralic "Na-, Itoml Chnlrriian James A' Parley' A "•sUlcnient by Farles 'also hinted J atftl>c possibility of a recount bciiigf.-deniflnded , The question may;, be» decided <»t their confer-, ei,"L tomorrow l ' • Prcsjcd for a .formal^statement, Services at Bassett . for J. M. Cummings OSCEOLA, Ark. — Funeral services for J. M. CiimtnltiES, 84, who died at the-..stale .hospital Children who are now six years] for nervous diseases eld or who will be six years old Rock Saturday, were conducted before February 1, .1*37.. may., en- by the Rev. Louis Saundcrs, pas- roll for first grade work. ] loi of the Christian church, at. jlhc' Bassett cemetery yesterday afternoon. j Mr. Cummings, a native of Mis-. (slssippl, came to Bassett with his Fire broke out In the cotton i (amlli ' '" 19i9 and e n 8 a eed In Fire in Cotton House house at Myers Brothers cotton giii, south Elm street, about 2:15 o'clock this afternoon. City Firemen were summoned and the damage .was expected to prove small. of dirt at a cost of approximately $35.CCO, - The Job will be:.four miles flown the river from L?- panlb, .Ark. Digest Reports Vote at Helena, Greenville NEW YORK. Sept. 15 (UP) — Tlic Literary Digest announced Incomplete returns todav from fn more Jities in its presidential poll. Tlie count included: Landon Roosevelt Lcinkc Helena, Ark. 7 96 Trenton, N. J. 1,032 GO! Greenville. Miss. 10 88 Manila Man Beats And Town's Streets Are Clean ' Ark an <*-,?< J'cars of age he supports his „ u , - i-- *"••• "• ">» ••« ouifui" '"••> = wS? 1 * 0 " 1 8 " nim -lfnrnlly by this self-established oe- la '-5' writing, Lord Twccdsmuir, X 1 47 0 Chicago Wheat open high low close Sep 112 113 1-1 111 5-8 113 Doc 110 5-8 111 5-8 110 3-8 1.11 1-2 Chicago Corn open high low close Sep 112 1-2 113 7-8 112 1-4 113 1-2 Dec 94 1-2 !tt 5-8 94 1-2 95 j: a Six Drunks Fined in Manila Mayor's Court MANILA. Ark. — Mayor's court was • busy over the wctlc-end, six being fined for public drunkenness. They.air: Lloyd-Arso, Ellis Winston. Hayden Williams, - £verl Myers, Frank Crawford and Floyd .Jones. Fines and costs in each case totaled $14 SO. ; self Courier editor on Blyvlllc's dirty streets. A very laudable suggestion he put forth relative to obliterating this obnoxious and highly offensive nuisance, that of furnishing-trash cans for the public use. This letter brinps to mind the efforts of a man who desired, above all else, honest employment. In Manila, when the depression struck,-an employe of the Manila Stave company lost lite position. Unable to obtain regular employment, he took "odd jobs." Lattr he conceived the then novel idea of sweeping the main street for a small "wage.from'Men merchant, ft was »n lmmfai*fe success. And gradually he wedged his way into Ihe life of Manila • citizens until he became an Institution, a necessity. ':•••',- . ' " : His n«rae ts Frank Powell. At farming until his health failed. He was a member of the Christian church. Surviving him are two sons, Lee and J. O., and two daughters, Miss Kate Cummings and Mrs. R. S Parnell. John Buchan Scores Naval Academy S&boiage Is Under Investigation ANNAPOLIS. Mil., .Sept. 15 (IIP) —A CA.';C of r-nbf.taijo of electrical cqtilpnitnl. at the- United States nnval fuadrmv was reported [o- dny. ' t.i-ini'n from Wnshinglon Imve I'-i'n Ki'iinnoneil in invcsllfmtc the plot. The sabotage uas discovered when it wns found that wires til u new eUvliicnl circuit In the midshipman's dormitory historic old Bancroft hall, had been slashed. Eight workmen for Murray L. Rickett company of Wnshinglon, contractor for the new work anc: naval acwlcmy wiitchmcn were questioned. and I "shall have made' a vciy Brann \Uio concgcjedly v,ns 'more pcpvlar than the Ntv, -Deal In Maine s*ld . * f *<. *, " * I lm\e " r present time lW\e until I taicful eMiniliKiHon of nil Ihc returns. New D«l Wax Issue , For months the ^greatest array of political oraTbrs e^ei to assemble within Maine's borderb assailed and defended the New Deal Other issues were expounded by all parties, but none received such- . attention. Supported by Gov. Alt M. Lnri-' don of Kansas, Republican presidential nominee who spoke heip^ In the concluding Republican ral-~ ly. White, denounced the "'New Deal which he had opposed in the senate. He was elected iii 1934 for his first term. 'We In Maine have every reason to know that the New Deal promises nothing beyond economic ruin and the pnvllegc of bowing' to the will of oiic-man power" said White Toronto Gives 90 Days To Millionaire Beggar TORONTO, Out. (UP)—Joe Bcv- an, Toronto's "millionaire beggar, is in jnll again. Sevan, who has money in various savings banks in the city, and who always carries n good supply of cash, has been arrested scores of times for begging during the past 20 years. Until a short lime ago Bcvan always paid his fine by check, but the courts have stopped Riving him an alternative to, a jiill sentence In the way of a fine. This lime he got three months. Lazy Writing Habit I PULTON. Mich. (UP)—Samuel I B. Sherman, Fulton farmer, may not have the best farm Implements In Michigan, but he claims to have the oldest In use. He has -. -,„ „„.,.„„ ^- - -. » mower which has been in use 55 commented to the cupatlon. He works In three shifts(Governor-General of Canada, and! years, a hand pump, onc-horsc QUEBEC. Quc. (UP)— Tlic purity of the English language 'is beln = cndanecrcd by careless and ' lo avoid large crowds. In the early' 110 '"' author, said In a speech '• hayrakc as old as the mower and hours of night he bids home going citizens .n pleasant night's sleep as his heavy broom swishes Ihc'trash and paper that thoughtless ones leave cluttering Ihc main street. Again, in the wee morning hours, when all of Manila save the night watgnian and his . . dog companion are sleeping soundly, Mr. Powell is zealously labor- [ Terrier Gels 8,<XWtii 1UI !ng at his chosen work. And, fin- LONDON lUP)—Spider, a tcr- *lly, just berorc noon, he Is seen I rlcr bitch, and a great ravorlte picking up paper and burning, 11 j with. London .Zoo keepers, cclc- hcrc. Tlie Governor-General, who. as John Buchan, is known as a noted novelist and historian, said that rapidly. growing use of Jar- Ron. sclnl-sdcnllfic phrases nnd a "jay.?, style" of writing was distorting the language. at convenient places. I bratcd her seventh birthday by Mr. Powell, at a (Inie when j killing her 8.000th rat. Stic has • . . "any •.were; clamoring Iftudly for] never been known -lo let a. rat rjlitf, visldtied : and , appreciated escape. . Traps, gas-guns and oth- the timely opportunity for employment and .forthwith purchased a broom. Manila is proud Of this workman who allows no trash -to remain : lpne on her streets. ps, gas-guns cr methods are used to exterminate rodents at- the Zoo, but Spider has bagged more than all put together. One morning she killed 61 within . an hour, a binder, six-foot cut, which was bought in 1888 by Sherman's father. He uses the implements an- nuAlly In harvesting. WEATHER ARKANSAS—Mostly cloudy to?hl. and Wednesday, probably showers in. northwest portion. Cooler in extreme.- northwest portion tanitht and In north portion Wednesday. Memphis and" Vicinity—Fair' tonight. Wednesday partly cloudy. Not much lure. change in (•1JCS People Realize Danger ABOARD LANDON SPECIAL' TRAIN, En Route To Topeka, Kans., Sept. 15 (UP)—Gov. Alf M. Landon telegraphed ' today that "Maine has proved that tho people of this country are aroused to their danger and determined to preserve • their system of '.• government and life." Pausing briefly at Chicago .while/ campaigning in three mid-western states, Landon wired Arthur E. Ecu-nil, chairman of the Maine Republican state committee: "Please extend to the successful Republican candidates for all offices in your election yesterday my heartiest congratulations • on their significant victory in Maine. Their election was something more than a mere partisan success. "Maine has proved that the people of this country are aroused to their danger and .determined to preserve their system of government ,and of life. "The people of Maine have .sounded a Immediate the nation." call that will find response throughout The maximum temperature here yesterday was S3, minimum 12. clear, according to Samuel F; Norris, official weather observer. Nothiiifr lo Braj On NEW YORK, Sept. 15 (UP) — The Republican victory In Maine is not "very much to brag on," Democratic National Chairman James A. Farley said today. "Republican Maine, remains Republican In a local' election by a reduced majority," Parley said.' •'A Republican senator retains his scat by a margin so small that It may take a recount to deter- ; mine the actual vote. "Pcrhap a better way of stating the situation would be to stale that Maine continues Rer publican by a majority of 60,000 tcmp-r.i- d " Pont-Morgan dollars. Whatever 'congratulations arc exchanged among the Liberty Leaguers; and the titular; heads of the minority party nil) be quite all right with me—but It does not s«m like very much to bfeg.on."

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