EACE StX Begin Study of Crop Insurance Proposal BLYTHEVIIXE , (ftRK.) COURIER NEWS Hopes to Cross Atlantic in Barrel Meelmg in Iho o'llcc o' Se-ieluy of Agriculture Wi'hce tlit LO ililcu named bj Pi«idcnt Roov velt lo fornuhte n crop Insumnco 'program to pl.i:e before congress decided to ask the assistance or v \\arehoufcmcn nnd Insurance cM«ih in obtain ing dala. Left to right, sealed, arc Wnync T" Taylor trejsurj aide, Wallace, Ernest a Draper, Ai.5lsln.it Secretary of Commerce; buck row, hoy M Green' ?P" u A ° nhck 0( the Buieni of Agilcultnral Economics; nnd 1!.' H. Tolley, AAA administrator! Hitler Tunis German..Eyes'On Russia the scarcitj of supplies in Russia w the Ocrinan capicltj for making the utmost use of its limited resources chancellor Hitler assured the 45 050 men ticii the Irvbei camps arrajtd befc.e Mm at Njrcnberg tint oerannj would Mum In plenl> • if he ruled Sitein Ihc Unils and -he Ulrame ni'er (In fore-round) is seen silutin.' Ihe m-scd won us In Ihe fro.it ranks Ihe men armed with spidcs were stilpped to the waist as though iend> foi work _ Mow Sky Liner Will Be Shot Ilpmeward TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, i 936 Back Seat Driver? ~^~~ In :i MB oal: 'barrel, "powered" only l>y a square .mil on a 10-foot mtisl. Ernest HtcKaJskl, upper left, proposes to sail the Atlantic ocean to Southampton. ling. The larger pholo shows Bieeaj.ikl atop his strange crait In liuirnlo, N. Y.. where he pliinnoil to start n test cruise on Lake Eric to Cleveland prior lo the. cceiin trip. Bundles of cork on the sides ami Sinn of tile barrel keep it on even keel. Steering gear Is en the Inside. Preliminary, to starting his intensive drive to lineup veto for the New Deal President iel.I a slralegy conference at Hyde Park. N. Y. Domccratie leaders are pictured en route lioosevell e.slutc for the meeting: left, (o right, Attorney General Cimimings, Senator Josenh of Arkansas, Vice President John N. Garner, Charles Miclmclson, party publicity director- James p. Byrnes of Soulii caroMtm, and James A. Farley, ncmoeratic National cimirii Roosevelt to the Robinson Senator lan. . Foes? Not Jim V Jolm! See That Haiulclasp! White and Negro Members Attend Picnic and Meet-- ing at Charleston, Mo. CTTARLESTON, Mo.—Ex|-p.nsiO!l northward of the Southern Tenant Farmers' Union, active re- cen.'.ly among Avkau*,-; /L\>f.ra- crcoiicrs, was. .shown in a plcnis am", public meeting hold here Snlurday. Mlssissipul county Is the northernmost. Missouri county in which cotlon Is the major crop, and while the union has had .organ- l/ors' at work here, for the last 10 months, no effort has been made lo recruit memliers In Ihc lower counties of the state, more '"•nortiinl us cotton producers. The union claims to have 14 locals and n membership of about G0!),l more Ilian half negroes, in the' Pre-Depression Prosperity 1; Rules Poinsctt Couuly Community county. The principal street meeting speaker at the was the Rev. I \— w ii'iw^^^^wn » pf i ' »** x^ s *• <. v -^LJSUS^O^ ' ABOVE: When the .Aeolus tuid Zephlr, German planes that successfully new the Atlantic by way of the A7ores, take off on a flight, the start looks like this scene, pictured at city Island, N. Y. during practice laimchlngs. The Zcphlr h«s just been calapulntcd from the deck of the S. S. Schwabcnland, and Is free lo fly away. .LEFT: Poised on the catapult runway on Hie deck of the molh- erstiip Schwabcnland at City Island. N. Y., Is the German plane Zephlr, ready to be shot Into the air at 100-mllcs-per hour In rehearsals for the start of trans- Atlantlc nights. The Zcphlr Is one of the planes that successfully made the test night from Germany by way of the Azores, Claude Williams, who wns (log- fed uy a group of men at Rule, Ark., last summer when he sought lo Investigate' the reported killing cf n negro sharecropper. [ He (old his audience he be-'j linvcd the meek would Inherit the cnrlh but only after they had effectively organized to claim their Inheritance. He granted that the union, an organization of the pcor and lowly, would nnkc many mistakes, but predicted it would not make more errors limn some other orgs'iilzrHoil; composed of rich and Important persons. The meeting, which wns orderly throughout, was held with the permission of local nutl</srllles. The attitude of planters to the crBnnlzj^lon wns not made known at Ihc meeting. The speaking was preceded by a picnic at City park, where white and ne:ro members were served Inrge quantities of chicken, cake aiul pie. No beans were served, and* their omission, while purely a ccincldcncc, was proclaimed an evidence of economic advancement to be credited to union Inspiration. The mingling of while and ue- Bro wcrkcrs in such a picnic I is not, in accord \\ttli habits and Iradillun of cotlon workers, and union-members said it Indlcalni n recognition of economic unity j by southern cotton workers of both races. I.EPANTO. Ark.—Lepanlo is experiencing a return lo pre-rte- |:rcsslon prosperity, surpassing, in feme respects, even the hcy-dny cf the old limber days. ;. M. C. Wall, agent for the Frisco lailrcad, reports that 'Olc Pied', .the I rain which plies between Marked Tree, Lepanlo and West Ridge. Is ; making dally trips now. For the past few years it .has only.' run spasmodically. :-"iv'licij spin ts of business warranted It. Extra crews have been added. Albert White; postmaster, states that last week the postollice set an all-time record in postal siles Benton Gnrre'tt, cashier of the ittile River' bank, said that the bank had the. biggest business last, week of ils entire exist, ence. Merchants are doing a tremendous business and their store: are packed on Saturdays until it is impossible fov the clerks to wait on all tho customers. In the • Rinl'n thcatrj he.(;, ordy standing room Is available after tlie show stark. , 'Gene Hazelwood, nmnager : 'of tlte Lepuoo Lumber coiryaml stated that the lumber business had more than doubled as compared .with last year. Farmers arc improving their places and better, types of houses are being built. ' Tloniersville Society — Personal Fisls that have been figuratively shaken at each other for months were unclenched for a hearty handshake when the rival national chairmen of the major panics, James A. Farley, Democratic chief, right, and John D. M. Hamilton, O. O. P. pilot, left, met on a New York platform. Both were' speakers at the New York Herald Tribune's sixth annual forum on current affairs, and snt chatting together as they awaited their turns on the rostrum. Farley defended the Democratic platforms of. 1932 and 1930 and Hamilton declared the Republican platform's first,'^concern -was "the jfeiiulne. "weli" ' ' fare of American mciV'imd women." "\. .,'"","'.. Smoke of Baltic Screens Red Advance Manila Man Exhibits Antiques and Relics MANILA, Ark. — Don Thomas, local shoe repair man, exhibited i an unusual collection of antiques and prehistoric relics in Manila's Community Pair last week. Ills' collection totaled over one hundred pieces. including siunll Indian pottery, bones of prehistoric animals, and early shoe making tools. > Some of the pieces arc valuable. A few years ago a party from Manila dug into an Indian mound near here and found severs! pieces of pottery ad a small furnace in , Jii oven shape. They divided Ihe I furnace, breaking It Into several pieces. Mr. Thomas later learned that Ihc furnace, unbroken, would have been worth $10,000. Mrs. W. N. Kennel t, of Bloom- fictd. Mo.; spent TVmrsday and Friday here with her daughter, Miss Edna, who Is employed at the Decn Beauty parlor. Luther Bone, of the Rcxnll drug store,, and Carl Williams, of the Fanners Supply Co., inndc a biisi- ncro trip to Memphis Thursday Mrs. T. D. Kinsolving is in Cape Girardcnu visiting (he family of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Hill. Mr. and Mrs. B. p. Scbaugh. Miss Cora Bryant and Riley Knight entered Penbody college nt Nashville, Tcnn., last week. Dr. E. G. Cope and Mrs. W. T. Glass drove to Memphis Wednesday with their son and grandson, Kdwin Cope, who entered the University of Tennessee. Mi?s Lavcine Lnngdon entered Ltmicnvrood college, St. Claries, Mo., last week for her second term. Her mother, Mrs. A. J. t.angclon Jr., accompanied her lo SI. Charles. The Rev. J. D. Gray of Moneltc, Ark., has accepted the pastorate of the First Baptist church here succeeding the Rev. W. D. Kd- wards, who ixsigncd a few weeks ago to atlcnd a Bible institute at New Orleans. llnudils Take Bolu SANDUSKY, O, (Ul>) y Toll Itcdiiccd ST. LOUIS (UP)-St, Ix>uis' trial safety campaign, entailing cn- fcrccmem of a strict 30-mile speed limit, has reduced traffic falalii- h's 45 per cent and Injuries 16 per cent. ------ , — ,„., - .., u y oy, or orth armed men walked into a drug Ionian, decided he'd ralhcr 1 Slnrf fniycH nf/M^..!.*!,*,- Tv.,,.1 m._ ...... . .»>t.t, > FORT WORTH, Texas (UP) — Clmlcy Coffey, Fort Worth store, forced proprlelor Fred Elir- liardt to open the safe, and ran with a bag containing bolts from the broken safe door. a sheepskin than a badge and flat feet. So he turned In his uni- fcrm to enlcr Texas Technological college at Lubbock. Tex. "The bt'st defense is a good offense," so Spanish government troops counterattack to stem the rebel ndvnncc on Madrid Trom the south. This remarkable front-line picture shows the smoke of battle crc- nlert by the artillery barrage behind which infantrymen advanced in scattered formation to mlni- ml/c casualties from machine gun fire. Haven for Fugitives from Rebel Wrath «r^»t^^^^^jc^^&5^x ^s^>^\t;^^^X«^^^« •Al^t-^—N-^iLrVT^-l^ S»^<s» v^J*^.?"" . V~ j.^<T: ^fcl*^>s?c%^^yv£^xf^^s^ This Argcnline cruiser, the Veinticinco de Mayo, was stationed at Allc.inte, on the southeast coast ol Spain, lo embark high Spanish government .officials when approach of rebel armies made it dangerous for officials lo remain in the country, president Manuel Azana and some cabinet ministers were reported lo have obtained permission lo flee OH the cruiser. Argentina, which iinlil 1816 belonged to Spain, thus extended the right of asylum to ils mother country.
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