-ki k^V ft Served by (He United- Press ;na DOIOHANT NEWBPAPIR or NORTH***! ARIANBAB AMD SOOTHED IUBBOORI HOME EDITION VOL. xxxi—NO. ice > BlytheTtlJe IMljr Hen Blythe»We OOlrttr f Mississippi Valtey Lttdcr Blytherille Henid BLYTHEVILLE. ARKANSAS, FRIDAY. JULY 20, 1934 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS SEAT'IE POLICE BREAK PICKET LINE Gunman invades Army Post, V- : — *-_: '* ' r UP EIGHT > ake $2,300 n Memphis in wm Payro11 Raid I U Ulll L I I MK1PHIS, July 20 i UP)—Three _____ daring bandits held up the cashier f ' T I i • xi ° r l ' 1= Shannon Brothers Lumber UOVCrilOr S Island 111 New company shortly after noon today V«,.l. U L C rand escaped with S2.3CO In cash. r oik Harbor bceue ot Tne ro ^ e , s occurred as the Daring Exploit Will Draw for Ballot Places Here Tomorrow OSCEOLA, Ark., July 20—Can- ; lidntes for county offices will meet J. B. Buim of Osceola, secretary of' :he Democratic Central Commtt- lee, 'at the Court 'House in Bly- Iheville at ID o'clock tomorrow morning to draw for the places :heir names will take on the bal- lui for'the'Democratic primary. NEW YORK, July 20 (UP) — A daring gunman rowed ov;r 10 the Governor's Island military reservation in busy New York hai- bor today, lielil up eight soldiers. and escaped with Melvin Blantou, of Cai!)tlf:i, O.. a long [erm prisoner known in army soldiers as a "bad -ic'or." The sheer nerve of the exploit was astonishing. The island is the headquarters of the Secono corps svca of the U. R. arm 1 ; and |!:t entire IGth infantry is stationed there. Nearby wer-» many boats in the harbor. But will; told disregard of theie hazards, (he gunman, a shorl. slight lellow, beached his boat and strolled over tu n sentry guarding Blp.iiion nnd two other pri.son- eis. "Drop your tjnn or you'll gel Inn- 1 .." hi' stiri in conversational tones. Tl:e sentry ihrew his automatic line to the ground. Blanton snatched up Mir -veapon. An aimy tm-k with three men in II lolled iij). Bianlon anil the civilian ortiemt them ' to . line uy with Hie helpless sentry am! the. ' two o'.tier pliiniers. ' cashier. H. A. Landrce, and a I companion. G. A. Bass, entered a garage at the lumber plant. The inrei- bandits, with drawn guns, leaped from an automobile, forced I.ancirce and Bass to throw n-; iheir lunids, grabbed the cash, and tied. -lie money comprised the lumber company payroll for the Clinton Caldwell .Renews Demand lor Abolition of Congress Tuo men drove up and i^vcre .. forcrf. It, stand .• «Uh the Splriei-s. •** • •• • \$, ; <,e\-, .,'' . iiu.it -try -to follow will be jii'.t ;«> bad." Blanton said. Edlh men jumped into the t'oav. The boi' vs.-. hst seen being rowed toward Hamilton avenue, Brooklyn. Radio cars were s?nt to the scene. ' Declaring congress Incapable of constructive action, Clinton L. Caldwell, of Manila, in an address at the court house here last night, renewed his plea for a constitutional amendment to abolish the legislative branch of the federa government and place law-making power in the -hands of the executive, who would be subject to re- enlf. by the governors of the states Mr. Caldwell, who is seeking congressional seat ' " 1 " New York Cotton NEW YORK, -July 20 (UP) — , Cotton closed barely steady. July Oct Dec Jan March May- open- high 1305 1305 1265 1320 1320 1287 1332 1332 1297 1331 1331 1298 1341 1342 1311 1347 1348 1317 close 1269 1287 1300 1301 1312 1318 Loan Payments Indicate Returning Prospe r i I y Says Jesse Jones WASHINGTON, July 20 (UP)— The Reconstruction Finance Corporation. the federal government's principal relief organization, today announced a net profit of $21,784,386 for the year ending Jun? 30. 1934, besides rendering valuable assistance to American business. Chairman Jesse H. Jones, pointing out that the R. P. c. did a three billion dollar annual business for the first lime, heralded rapid repayment of loans by railroads and private industries as a definite step toward recovery. Repayments for the year aggregated »»S,299.515 against toUl disbursements of J3.062.800.660. liie report.said.-. Included In disbursements., .were: For Joins, $1,116.023.308. . For .purchase of stock, capii»j poles, and debentures in tanks, >763.727,021. For relief, $456,983,068. . „ v To other government agencies ' ' "' . , v . ... . Langer,-who placed, the state u-i- Representative W. J. Driver, Expenses', $59,753,999. . , Osceola. asserted that conzress. is thwart his ouster, ordered, by me' Rally Grimly to Support of Langer as Legislature Convenes BISMARCK, N. D., July 20 (UP) --Hundreds of farmers, urlm determination written on their wea- therbeaten faces, roamed the streets of Bismarck today, shouting their, support of William H. Langer. the) "ousted" governor. Tne- farmers, members of the Farm Holiday association, which rallied to Lunger's five-year mortgage moratorium, were .defiantly hostile toward Olo Olson, who had taken over the governor's ollice. Martial 'law—maintained by a handlul of national uuardsmen, rationed at the capitol building . for LeachviUe Waterworks Approved A loan and gram ol $15,000 tu Ihi' city of Leiichvllle, fur the conslria-tlon of a waterworks sys- leiu. fins been uimouncsd lit Washington by the public works administration. The allotment was Included in a list of 25G nan-federal piojet-ts In 43 .stalc.s and Puerto • Rico np- provtd yr-.M:rday ty the lulminis- tniiloii. Olhir Arkansas allolmenis Included In the nsw list nre: TUCK- eiman. waterworks. $50,000; 1'tica- liontns, waterworks improvements $32.000; West Memphis, STOJI- syf- lem. $02,000; Eureka Sprlujs. water '-"'• $18.000; Slutlgiu-t. p-.uk Im$10,000; K^iisetl. wuloi — _ still prevailed over th? entir-. 1 sture R,,.,.- r,._ r i i A 1 by proclamation of Lan-er K °,V S f rom blglaild, ,Ark., "- "" ------ -- . May Ask Impeachments Ol?ou. ccnsentlnj t.T rctuiulon of - . the t-oldbrs, about !il» af- , » - iaii-s as "governor" undsr 1111 armed guard. The guard was ordered following threats hurled .it lilin by Lunger's supporters— many oi' them lerieral relief work.;rj " who orowd- ed streets of thi capita) « ""--»-•«• "• Hi 13 JIIHL UUUHitl city of 11,000 popna'lon. Omlh- ian through ' Die ous tension prongs as they waited special session of Ihj for uurci caUed by Langer before h» •-•ud- denly abdicated his oflicu to Ol son^ to>. ; convene noon. after Snots closed at 1300. oft" 25. ciuiet. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, July 20 <UP1 — After opening higher liquidation set in and cotton futures closed down 1.25 a bale on the New Or- leuns exchange today. The market fell olf sharply under heavy liquidation of the old long interest. There was little support ns the market declined. Texas drouth was unabated and temperatures throughout the cotton celt wsre higher than ever, crop deteriora- lion is more pronounced than ever in the west. July Oct Dec Jan March May Spots closed steady. open high low 1310 1310 1275 1317 1312 1283 1328 1330 12S5 1320 1320 1300 1312 1342 1311 1345 134S 1318 close 1275 1287 129!) 1301 1312 1310 at 1287. ofT 25. barrier to the accomplishment o: anything for the benefit of the lasses of. Uie people. In this connection he referret directly to Congressman Driver and to Senator Joe T. Robinson,! declaring that the powerful posi-| tions they occupy as members, re-1 sp?c(lvely, of Ihe house and senile rules committee, testify that their loyalties are not to the peo-- O!P of the district and state they represent but to the powers of organized wealth, without whose sup- oort he asserted, they could not «ve achieved places of leadership in congress. Mr. Caldwoll spoke to a crowd of about 150. He was introduced by Ed B. Cook, local attorney. In the course of his talk he dealt with the negotiable securities act of 1897. which was the prin- ciral sublcct of his opening cani- nddress at Helena several i ago. He blamed this act, in lirge part, for the tremendous increase in the burden of private ind public debt since the turn of he century, and cited its enactment as an example of the suh- -crvience of congress to interests other than those of the people in' ~jner.il. In conclusion he declared that the only hope now rests with President Roosevelt, who, he saTJ, "lias demonstrated time and again that he is above and beyond the 'each of influence of invisible rule fill FOR toward him. Farmers Gather . It was estimated that-l.ood or [more farmers from outlying com- jmunilies were gathered in Bismarck. They promised that others: would join their ranks durlr,; the Meanwhile Olson, plunging Into affairs of state, ordered the' immediate removal of Frank A Vogel, nighway commissioner and Langer adherent. The order ,was given to Adit Gen Earl V. Saris, commander of the state troops, who said he Assault With Intent to Kill Is Charge Against Claude Flowers, 11 ~ • •—wjr«, nilU A1IIU IIC Claude Flowers 11-year-old wouw , takc »° sides in the political Steele. Mo., boy, was arrested by i?,™ L and '' vould ""move Police Chief Henry Howe at Steele w "hout a court order," yesterday afternoon on charges of u r ^T- —~ assault with Intent to kill in 'con-.McCai! and Jenkins nection with an alleged attack! ly.,, D T . , upon his mother. Mrs. Henry Plow-| "III De Iried Today ers, who is recovering at the Blv- Her husband, Henry Flowers ivell known Steele farmer, and her father-in-law, John Flowers, 68, are also to face charges in connection with the case. At the hospital here Mrs. Flow- ! a ««a t>w head witli a singletree Closing Stock Prices NE\V YORK. July 20 (UP) — A mounting bearishness crept into share and commodity markets today and prices were battered down in the most active trading in several weeks, on the stock mar- kel trading was around Ihe mil lion share level-the best tradin since the forepart of June, will prires one to four points lower. A T. and T ........... 112 3... Anaconda Copper . 12 1-2 Belhlehem St?el ..... 30 1-2 Chrysler .......... ."";; jg 5 . 8 Cities Service .......... 21-8 Coca Cola ......... j31 General American Tank 35 General Electric ........ re 5.3 General Motors ... 30 1-4 International Harvester 32 1-4 Middlewest. Utilities . i 1-8 Montgomery Ward ...... 27 3-8 New York Centra! .. * 25 3-8 Packard ............... '_' 3 i.g Phillips Petroleum ...... 16 1-2 Radio Corp ............ 5 6 . 8 Simmons. Beds ........ 121-4 SI. Louis-San Francisco 2 3-8 Si;it;dard of N. J ....... 43 3.4 Ti-xas Co .............. 23 U S. Steel ............ 38 what Street 1 ." the public calls 'Wall "Every experiment he has embarked upon, and every experiment yet to come will have my support, whether I agree with him or not. for he is tlle captain of a rescue job." ] Mr. Caldwell plans to continue his campaign with talks at Manila and Lcachvirie Saturday. , ..^^n, i>iii tan; irui this afternoon in municipal court McCall is charged with aggra- Niagara Falls, New York vated assault and Jenkins will nssault and battery. Virgil Greene w: 1 .'.' act as special a?si;tant to Sam Manatt. city at- family quarrel over a" land" nr.ci will take the "mlc of defense Hiring Easterners to Break Strike Will Stop " Here 5,000 Mile Trip on W. J. Driver, congressman for . . , or :hc First district of Arkunsas, will » the principal speaker on a Boy Scout, program to be held at the Chicago Mill grounds here at 8 p. m., Friday, July 27. Tile local Boy Scouts, in cooperation with a number of citizens, are acting as hosls to 70 visiting Boy Scouts from Troop 123. of England. Ark. Committees for the evening lave been named. On the general rommtttee for. entertainment- are Mayor Cecil Shane,. a. A..Curining- tom, and Clarence 1 Wilson; games and' stunts. J. A. Puckett, Miss Mary Emma Hood, Louis Cherrv , •!oe Alexander; attendance. Mel Brooks, W. J. Wunderlich, Bernard Oooch, Mrs. C. A. Afflick, Mrs. O. M. Morgan, A. O. Hudson, and Nell) Reed; refreshments, Mrs. C. A. Afflick. Mrs. J. H. Leech, and A. p. Hudson. The young men from the central part of the state have been on a FLASHES IN BITTER FIGHT i ^:Scf M 3.^ ! Ti, San Francisco Police Raid umtJ'rn/Tu™ .u° f A-"™.' Communists -as O-ncral ., fli r< ulr tu A'.llkj. diet j:d cnlu Ilir \Vlnnlp..>; llctil | ut ru-on (uduy. Strike Ends lle]terciiS3fona of San Franclgco's waterfront strlko woro lolt la Now Vnrk when tho Manhattan nlucc or 1>. U Bortdoft (above-), a iirlvale doteetlve, was picketed 113 a protest ngalnat his teniling 9trlke-broakerB to Ilia coast. Derg- dolf, long activo In labor disputes, declared ho was mailing hunkles troui all over tho country to tlia •triko irea. KLCUU-lllu-lluii Klnarcc Corimra- Ilini dull 111:111, <3id lujyy lit- was wlll'iix («; purchu:; SlOO.IW.Ulra cf New Ytrk illy Lumls In li- r.:ric fMlc wink 1 - inijci-ts: hi the. RttlrLuuliUn aim. IMVOUCK ACTION im<>lTKI> I.OS AN'GKI.KS—Thi: dlviirri! bull uf l.urit- Vile/ iltal lly I'lVnun) IVcls.mullir UIIE itl<- mltrjd laitay im nnillun uf Ihi: 'ENTER ON ' 01 •anl/.r.d i •-' ~ *" ul by Mayor Clmilrs L. Smith, jbiokc the longshomnen's plckei I Hue at Pier 41 tod.iy after bltur I When strikers refuted ID ' Ihclr post peacefully police i,,...,. Into action with ,6'hs bomts ,nii wllirn dilvfng surge route:! 'strikers and As soon m the line was broken,' lain:- j freight cars were switched 011:0 ! Pier 41. bringing cargo lo 'shlpi being handled by non-union crewti. Strikers . were unabla lo . hold Ihlcr old line back of the rail load tracks and many sought refuse In nearby hills. The mayor had taken charge of Ihe police department whin Chief George F. Howard resigned. The mayor nnd Chief Howard apparently had differed often 0:1 methods of handling Hi; iat=r- Iront strike. Three strikers nnd three pairol- p, i .-, . „. ! '"^e smKcrs nnd tlirc-c pairol- Usceola LounlV AgCIlt 1«1V- lne " were Injured teriously eiiou-h i t 11 . ; for hospital treatment. en Leave ol Absence to Take State Post LDutOLI «»B»J cnmim nuua, i,ou)s unerrv, Floyd white, Everett McDowell Insurance Companies Dis- iJOe AI^XflnH^r- Qltnnrlni-i^n YTni . A »»• tribute $22,800,000 ,in Year in Arkansas A total of (50,000 was paid to policy holders and beneficiaries of life Insurance policies In ' Blythe- In 1933, a report In the Na- Stanley D. Carpenter of Osceola, Communhts Fill Jails . BAN FRANCISCO, July 20 (UP) —Police and vigilante raids on Communist places contln- Policy holders and beneficiaries 5.QOC mile tour of the Eastern sec- " onnl Underwriter, weekly insur- llon of the United States s j, lce once newspaper, shows. : Ihe first of July. They travel In two school busses, which have been painted In the scout troop "Olors, maroon and white. With the scouts are. a cook, a trained ------- ,,,j .^, „.., |, b ,,^j ,j t «j.-iwnnu, UUHJUIM1I13I. miiLiuijj pificvs com in-county agent for the south end of ueil liisl night with the remit tlv". tlw counLv,"1ins been appointed to toilay tlure was a total of 350 ul- membership on the state allot- legcd Communists In Jail here and ment board for the Bankhead many others In nearby cities compulsory cotton control .program The San Pirnclwo Jail quartern In Arkansas, it was announced to- became so crowded that man!; had day by T. Roy Reid, director -of to sleep on the floor. th« Arkansas state extension ser- . • vice. Mr.' Curpcntcr left, the couh-j . GeatraJ Strike Ended tv- Ihsf night '- for -Tcxarkani.* fo, SAN I«XNCI8C!O,-ij|y-20"(UP)-. attend a, regional meeting of slml- —An estimated* i'so.OQO, meri and lar boards from Louisiana. Okla-, women went back to' work/'t-day homo.'. 'and Texas. . - jailer four days of : g;neral strike- H..'H. .Wren, teacher of 'vocation- which paralyzed the San. Francisco ' al agriculture In the Wilson high bay area. ' fchoo! .has been appointed acting- Half of them were union mom- county agent nnd will be in chorso hers who returned to work in an- of the work in the south end of swcr to the orders of th°!r lean- Ihe county during the BO days It Is crs calling od the strike. The estimated the, state board will be others were workers who had been in session. Mr. Carpenter's head- forced Into Idleness by closing of quarters will be In Little Rock. I business and industry. . A broad knowledge of cotton '<• *as a throng for the most production and of the social and P nr t plainly glad to "get back econom f " nurso, a dietician, and several ciil-i 5111 "™" ticalh Payment In Blythe- zens of England. The national] 1 ' 1110 lvns °" tlle llfe of A - B - Ho 'guard unit of England loaned SCV-J L|UK|> locnl lnsuro "cc agent. Be• ' economic background In colt JUI,J HUIMtlo »*1U trcJlrllUUll IC.I ..vn B .UUIJH 111 LUll ... Arkansas received a total O f . n ' cin " nrclls - Bnlneil from 1C $22.800,(.00 from the life Insurance ^ ar '*. e*perlence_ «*_ county agent companies. " '" ""' '" ' ' The largest individual life In- o ngan oaned SCV-J > pyramidal tents, and a reg-l '*' n<!n n " M ular scout camp Is set up every night. ' All the adults of the group have J20.000 was . The second largest payment In the entire state was on the lite »**• * IK, IUULIO UL nit yroup imvp — *•••*. *«ii. volunteered their services The en-i of E - B - Nob!c . resident of both tire ccst per boy for nil "xp-nses- lvlllevi " e nmi ' Jonesboro, and '- --' "- TO assure the ° Ilcralor of ""-' Noljl<: notcls - A ..... . . nnvmr*iil nf <inAR/J1 tune mn/lA nt* Is not over 130. group that then ftcit. the citizens sd $360. Each of the busses is enuipp-nl, --with a radio, A moving picture; Obi(is! fro '" lho Nob1e Payment, In the country's largest cotton 'strikes yet to'be settled producing county, preeminently ~ " qiinlines Mr. Carpenter for membership nn the state allotment board. aoricullunil agent, told ' members , Gcn of -• - - normalcy " ..mtvjr. T»ere remained tli: teamsters', car liens', and th= maritime. Crowds. Are Chterfil Dut the workers sc;med to t - Iravlng most of .that to NIC prcs- E.' B. Whltlakcr, district: lticl| t's, mediation board, and Ihc rolton nil aeent. told mc'niberS| Gcn - Hugh Johnson, NBA-chief, South Mississippi county Postmaster General James A. rir- contro! connnlttcc and ' cv ' due here .today, and Senator County Judge Zal B. Harrison Tuesday Mr. Whlttaker Tuesday . ., Robert Wagner, head of the national labor board, to worry about. The throngs which surged into «". trmu.iKcr $ueni. iuesrtay lill; HHU«KS wnicn surged into and Wednesday In the county, ar-]" le c 'ty from early morning ferry kins, FERA workers and alleged principals In a Second street dis- camera is also carried. "The trip turbancs ibis week, will face trial has already carried them to the in TYi ficsrirp t IIP 1 u J"- 1<lvui ul nit IIUUK: iiuitJ^, i\ -• ••• % - «-•"«•! *j t «*i. " —• 'J •••«•"!* •re will hi i\n HP payment of S106.8M was made on y an el»B for the necessary 90 day's! "o^ seemed more amuse is ot Enri-inrt nTk" Noble's life. I lw ™ ° r nbscncc to permit Mr.| a »8fy "I tha presence of tngiann rais- Toln| |mymcnts Qn Blylh(!Vlllc Carpenter to serve on Die board. | guardsmen along Ilia Emta busses Is cnuimy-d deaths and claims during 1933, ° th f, r "JP'"^'!"^."! c b<Mrd arc ,7^"^"..°" - S l r . cot . cnrs Fair in Chicago, through Canada, listed under Joncsboro payments, «'erc $50,000. uinuu, ™£ i Services Held Yeiterday transaction. At the time she was struck, Mrs. Flowers said, the men and her son ' ct'.insel in Jenkins' case. owers said, the men and her son m i r M , „ . . were 'half drunk" and that the i Wor K tor Needy Promised e child was accustomed to drinking with them. According to Steele officers preliminary hearing will be held for the men and boy before Justlc« Max Kclley a week from next Tuesday. They are at liberty under bonds of $5fifl each. . U S Smelting 131 1-2 Cooter Canning Plant Now in Full Operation COOTER, Mo.-A canning.plant, established here as part of. the relief program, is now In full operation, packing hundreds of cans of peaches, appbs. plums, corn, tomatoes, beans and other foods. Fifty per cent of the food canned for private Individuals is taken as toll, and will be used to help feed needy families next winter Relief garden patrons give one- fourth of their produce as toll. The plant will be taken to Cottonwood Point Monday and thereafter will be at Cooter three days each week and at Cotton wood Point three days. France Honors Bishmi EVEREAUX,, Franc* (UP)-The medaille milltalre has just been iwarded to Mgr. Oaudron, bishop of Evereaux, for his services as a soldier in the World War This is the firM time that a French bishop has received this disti.i^- tion. „„ Le«e - COOTER, Mo.—Employment for members of all needy families in the vicinity of Cottonwood Point will be available within a lew days, it is expected, following arrival this week of equipment for a levee project. More than 100 men will be employed, and preference will be given to members of needy families living in the immediate vicinity of the work. Washington. D. C., nnd ouicr points of^interest In the Ea'st. for Hubert McDaniel Sir Fire TrnrL Ic RarL I f"" 11 "" 1 services were held ycs- KIJ i lie iruCK is D3CK licrdny for Hubert McDaniel. 20- on Job After Repairs Blytheville's Number One fire ruck, laid up for repairs In the Uemphis fire departmsnt's garage for more than two weeks, steamed back into town about midnight Thursday. truck was ready for action ...... Memphis mechanic and Ed An- old old Chicago Wheat open high low close July 100 5-8 101 " 97 37 5-8 ' 99 3-4 99 3-4 97 1-2 97 3-4 September 102 102 1-2 99 3-8 99 1-4 ' 102 102 1-2 98 5-8 99 1-8 Chicago Corn open July 63 high low 63 61 close 62 1-8 Father's Executor Has Son Arrested John Morgan Eisk, son of the late J. W. Sisk, has been arrested on a criminal charge o.' forcible entry oh complaint of V. G. Holland, executor under the will of the defendant's father. The son was recently named de fox'ant In an unUwful detainer action, filed in common pleas civil court by Hollp.n'l to oust him from property ownpd by the late Mr. Sisk. The "-an Inter re-entered the property, resulting In his arrest, according to reports. No day night at the family home E. D. White, extension service economist. Harold Young, Pulaskl county farmer and fonuer -chairman of the cotton committee for that county, nnd P. W. Mason of Little Rock. Special Council Session Authorizes Hotel Sign The city council in special ses- !Sion this afternoon authorized is- near Dell. suance of a permit to the Hotel The Rev, J. L. N-vsom official- Noble for construction of a sign d at the services, held at the at the northwest corner of M-m- ccraitory, intersection " cf and Sixth streets, af- , Itaptist church at Dell. Interment orial was made at Elmwood cemetery. ight Thursday >"nut «v i-im*wu Li-mvmiy. Lijic-Kn.sawua ana sixtn streets af- Chief Roy Head said the bin' 110 Cobb Und "'aking company ler a permit lind been refused by * - i was In charge of funeral arrange- L. E. Tull. city engineer. a Memphis mechanic and Ed An- n: ™ ls ' . „ , . . , .. I ^ 1 '" 11 refused the permit ac- dtrson, local driver and mechanic. The deceased Is survived by his cording lo reports, claiming that •---• nairnis nnrt nnr. *kt/>r I ns had no authoritv to Issue one tiad checked It this morning. The truck had teen disabled since a connecting rod burned out while en a trip to LeachviUe. Alt repair bills were not In today bul a final bill of about S600 was anticipated. Firs officials breathed a sigh r,f relief with the truck back in town. In its absence the ofty was getting ty with one fire truck and a street department flusher which could be pressed into emergency p.-srcnts and one sister. Will Reply to Charge School Funds Diverted LITTLE ROOK, July 20 (UP)— An answer was being prepared by — t ,; .' J lul L "e sign ills aiternoon An Ihe state comptroller* office to- ;inl v,ate neon IBVO.I Is; planned day to a campaign charge: aganst: wmu- said. Th; sign will be casi •' n i. ;, . . "* «••«*. «u.kuuuis iu reports, no aueno. me Baptist Sep M 1.4 64 7-8 62 S-8 S3 3-t u»tr has been set fo- trial. at Berlin, Germany Rev. AKred Carpenter to Preach Here Sunday The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, of Little 'Rock, will preach at the First Baptist church Sunday morning. He is cnroiile to New York city where he will sail for Europe to attend the Baptist World Alliance for the proposed sign, which was I Manned to replace an old sign i already lorn down. nppealed to (he council from Tiilf.5 denial of the permit and the council issued special authorization lor the sign this afternoon. An seemed more amused thaii -. nation}! Emtarcadero. - - kidded the conductors and motormen who had returned lo svork. Merchants made arrangements for a tig day's business. Window ' displays, which had been removed '. entirely or had been covered In many stoles during darker days of Hi? week, were restored. Shelves gradually were niling wi\u stock. With transportation nearly normal and conditions quiet again, shoppers were coming downtown in throngs. No pickets were to be seen. from the state public schcol fund. Indications were that the reply nouid be made late today and ivculd set out actual savings In excess of $200,000. The campaign charge quoted an Arkansas Education Association ways nnd means committee report of April 15, 1933. which gave the figure as the total annual diversion Tor Ihe preceding year. lhevi!lc on Highway 61 from the The religion of Ihe woman of India leaches her to serve her husband and lo die, It worthy of the. honor, at his funeral pyre. north. Chief Issues Warning Against Trash Fires "Burn trash in proper containers or se( the judge," Fire Chief Roy Head warned today. Chief Head said today there had been a noticeable Increase in the number of trash fir;s over town. He pointed out that It Is a violation of a city ordinance to burn trash, garbags, leaves or any other., substance openly. "Some residents seem to Ihlnk that nil that is necessary is lo dump trash and cut grass from their properly Inlo the alleys. ThL; Is also a violation that subjects the offender lo fine and Increase.! fire hazards. Such practices must be stopped." Blue Eagle Returned to Mill at Harriman HARR1MAN. Tcnn.. July 20 tU P)—Representatives of Ihe strikers, who claim they w:re dts- cri-nlnated agai-.itt by the Harri- ms.n Hosiery mill, sn'ld todav the agreement by which Ihj mill ;s to receive its bluo tagls b.ick was made "without knowledge or approval of the strikers." WEATHER ARKANSAS—Generally fair to partly cloudy and -continued warm tonight and Saturday. Memphis and Vicinity—Fair and continued warm lonijht and Saturday. The maximum temperature here yesterday was 88. minimum 74, clear, according to Samuel F. Norris. official •Fettber otecmr.
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