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'VOL. XXXIII—NO. 183 ', V tftfV"*:^ -1 ) ' ' ','*' Blylhevllle Courier Blylhevtl.le Dully News \ / 4 ' >i>inmne uouner Ulyllievtlle wily News v • • • : • : - . Blythevllle Herald Mississippi Valley Loader BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBKU 17 IMG SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS • :: !?v<-;. Loses Life In Escape Attempt &;eak for Liberty on Way *Uo County Farm Ends in Death J. W. Gllpin, about 40, was shot, and fatally wounded by Henry .Lutes. su|>erlnlendcnt of the Mississippi county . prison faun, :it Luxova .late yesterday afternoon Gllpin;:'who had been fined in municipal court here earlier yesterday, was shot as he attempted to escape from the prison farm superintendent, who was accompanying him to the farm, near Luxora. Gilpln had been fined $25 on his plea of guilty in municipal court to a misdemeanor charge of conspiracy • to cheat, based on a "confidence game" trick in which he and a confederate fleeced a farm youth out of $20 on the streets here Thursday. Papers found on his person at the time of his arrest indicated that he was a resident of Lequire, Okla but it was learned that he had a wife and baby at Texarkana, Ark. Stop to Buy Tobacco Lutes had taken charge of all- pin and another prisoner at the county jail here to take them to the county farm. Neither 'prisoner was slmckled, it being Lutes' custom to transfer prisoners from the county jails to the farm in his automobile without forcing • them to be manacled. Lutes said that Gilpin complained bitterly on the.way to the farm and asked that he be alldw T ; ed to stop-and get some tobacco. A*.-* - h «- '^frequenOji^i^dpcs; -tutes EtoppecV-at a sinall;service : sta'fion and store, at the 'edge of Luxora, to allow the prisoner to buy tobacco, instead of waiting for an attendant to come out and take orders,. Qilpin swung out of the car as it rolled to a stop and hurried inside. As he came out of the door, Gilpin dashed around the service station and into a nearby cotton field. Lutes started after him, ordering him to stop, but the prisoner only rail the faster 'and hurled buck an oath of defiance, Lutes rnld. The farm superintendent said he pulled his .38 calibre revolver and snapped • the trigger ns he was running but the weapon failed to discharge, the hammer clicking against a defective bullet. By that time Gilpin was about 50 or CO yards ahead v of him, Lutes stated, and he again snapped the trigger. The shot fired and struck Gilpin In the back near the right side, passing through hts body and knocking him down. Resists Help He was returned to the station and Lutes said he attempted to put him in his auto, saying that he wanted to rush him to the . Blythcvillc hospital, but Gilpin, cursing, refused to enter the car and would not let anybody help him. The farm manager summoned a physician who finally nulctcd the prisoner after the latter had at first" re/used his aid. Then the prisoner was brought to Ihe Blythevllle hospital where he died about 8 o'clock last night. Gilpin and a confederate had used a trick knife to secure $20 from a farm youth here. The confederate escaped with the youth's money but Gilpin was arrested when the victim complained to authorities. He admitted the confidence game trick to officers and also upon arraignment in municipal court, Gilpln's body was being held at the Cobb Funeral Home morgue loday awaiting possible communication with relatives. So. far as could be learned today no official Investigation in connection with the shooting is planned. Lutes said Gilpin told him after the shooting that "I looked you over and decided you didn't have a gun." Burdctte Negro Hurt When Car Hits Truck LUXORA, Ark.-Virgll Alexander, a negro of; BurdeUc, was very seriously injured In an automobile wreck Thursday night near McDonald's store, about two miles north • of here on Highway 61, when his car hit the rear end of a truck. The car \vns demolished. ••'• • He was rushed., to Osceola for first; aid .Cine) lale'r was ttikcn to General hospital In Mchl'• "•''' ' ' ;i ' ::; -' fatS j>1 ~_j-~ I** ^ '*••?. She's that "naughty Betty Daus' since a be-wlgg«d London' barrister descritKd the American film star, as ,. a ratn{ , r naughty-young lady who wanls more money Miss'Davis, in London; heard her legal representatives and those of Warner Brothers, film producers argue whether or not she is unU»r contract to the Warners, if she isn't, she wants to make a film for a British company. , : New York Cotton NEW YORK, Oct. 17. (DP)-Cotton closed steady. open high low close i* 1 USD 1160 1149 1157 ° eC '203 1205 1196 1197 ; a " K02 1203 1195 119G J Iar - 1210 1212 1205 1200 Ma >' 1215 1216 1207 1203 Ju| y 1208 1209 1203 1203 Spots closed quiet at 1242, off 3. . Spot Average Is 12.18 The average price of 7-8 inch middling cotton on the ten designated spot markets today was 12.18, according to the Blythevllle Board of Trade. Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK, Oct. 17. (UP)Leading industrial shares, including U. S. Steel issues, Chrysler and Westinghouse Electric, rose to new tughs for several years in an active stock market session today A -T. and T. i 7 g , „ Anaconda Copper '.', is j Beth, steel ,° ? Chrysler ,™ '' 2 qities Sen-ice "°-. . Coca Cola - " * )'! oen. Am. Tank "ji '< Gen. Electric "' SJ {'* Gen. Motors '" „ 8 Int. Han-ester ...... so , , McKcsson-Robblns '" m Montgomery Ward N. Y. Packard '.'.;" : ,° Phillips Pet ...'.'.'."" 41 57 1-2 « 5-8 Radio St. L.-S. F. •..'.'.'.'.[',['" Simmon.'; Beds ..]'.'.'. Standard of N. j! Texas Co . . U. S. Smelting ' C. S. Steel .... Warner Bros. - 2.1-2 47 3-8 Dec. 64 1-8 Jan. 47 3-'4 85 78 3-4 14 1-2 8 5-8 Chicago Wheat open high 1153-4 no low 115 -close , 115 7-8 Dec. Arkansas Farmers Are Repaying Federal Loans LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 17 <UP>_ A. M. Rogers, stale director of rural resettlement, today estimated that 15 per cent of 11,1D7 loans made to Arkansas' depression lilt fanners would be repaid this fall. Tlie director revealed that $486,859 had been collected and turned in to the national treasury uu to Oct. 15. "The substantial and gratifying loan cpllections so far indicate (hat Arkansas farmers who a year and two years ago were penniless & CAIKO. Egypt, Oct. 17. (UP) — l vivo perains ' were killed an;l • ninny lnjure<J .when an express Iraiu at .Toukh station lodny ran "own a ciwd .slandlng on (he railroad track 'walling to greet l>re- jiiwr Nuhns pasha's spjclal train I "Jiproachlug on another truck. ! "fi"<«i«mig un nnoincr track. I Ho Controls Many Missouri thlVX'% Vi 11 '" su>m>c< l n(te1 ' 1 i ,, n .. ' . _;•' .! l "~ tr "!!edy. Police saved tlie en-1 Votes But Many Resent "'"""''""•• "~ ' " ' His Domination ?• and without credit are making substantial steps toward regaining their economic independence •• Roger} said. The administrator estimated thel lo or 15 per cent of Us clients would leave flic program next jear because they now are able to finance themselves. Widow of Qladis Duncan Names Mid-West Company, and Cody Eaton The' Mid-West Dairy Products truck company and Cody Eaton •c'-ivt;) fcr Ity. company' named defendants in a suit £55.CCO, filed-in circuit court ncrc by Mrs.. Vlrgie 'Duncan, widow of Glpdls . E. Duncan, 25-ycar-olcl for By KODNKY DU'H.'EIKK t ST. LOUIS.—In Missouri's c;j"t- rnl. Jsfferson City. Is a'big hi|jld- ln? which newspapermen,' lobbyists, and some legislators call."un- ct« Tom's Cabin " ] The fact tlmt this building is ihe slate capltol will give you some Idea how. Important is Tom Pendefgast's K-tns city political machine In Missouri politics and in any stale- wide election. ' > The Pendergast. machine and fraudulent elections ore the chief Issues In the camoaign. Th- machine, with its abilltv lo .-teMvof a huge vote, Is one of ih>: chief prnni for the commonly held-theory thai Missouri is in the bag for RMS" veil. ' : ••'••',' Af the same lime, revelation J of huge registration frauds' in st Louis and Kansas r "ity may pFove to be p. D; R.'s outstanding campaign liability. .. ; , Democrats are predicting that Roosevelt will carry the state by from 100.000 to 250.000. More neutral observers arc incltiieri ' |.a . from the fury of the throng The premier wus returning to i-niro from London, carrying the new Anglo-Egyptian treaty. Ekron fanner, who died of Junes sustained., when his '">s sidesftlped b> a tiuck southwest of here, on Highway 18 •October J llie duverV the truc\ which hit Diincany^cai strove-off after , * — -.vjrney;, „ a;-week later, howevei,"*and it w.is .anticipated that some sort of action w["i forthcoming ..The "civil la-vsuit was filed late Vosterdriy NP. criminal charges have *^ 0 ^^^ nblv. The Reoublicun attitude nail h»st be described as Kinsful., In 1032 the Roosevelt plurality over .Hoover was 460,000.'' :; ...' Retaliation'Stts Record *•'-*•: , Pariidoxlcally. both St. 'VfJmls volinv lists hive ju^'bee'ii - r - exoosurftjy the \>oirt_pUTcllon fraud "hi .'Mis-' n> and ann was-crushed '!£° 11 W^ «WS V. to"~the nroner .(.rustier, interrelation of this phenomenon died.- sev- Memphis had de- preferred. Duncan's, left _ in tlie accident and hi. c-ra.l. days later in a hospital after Infection veloped. In .her. suit Mrs. Duncan asks $25,00') damages as administratrix of, her • husband's estate and $30 000 as his widow fcr loss of his support tind companionship Her compln.ini,' filed 'through H -'';o Partlow jr., and 'Harrison, Smith' and Taylor, local attorneys; charges thai it was a Mid-West Dairy Products company truckV driven by Eaton, which sideswiped Duncan's which that ihe accident • was' "the suit of gioss negligence on the part of Raton. The complaint alleges that Ealon vvns drunk at the time of the accident and l(liat he was driving on tlie wron.< sine of the .highway. «l>ere'critics say the- registration H'jts are padded with':.- 6(1.000 al'csts" have had iccord-brpakir'" le'istratlbns this year. Although ihe Pcndersasl. machine -is given Kansas Cltv. a°alnst him, .in. .='.. Louis ".The '.employers are Ro.js.vcii. tbe employes nr« „„, and the farmers are split," says one old-time Democratic leader In St TxJUls. ., • . . "The w-orkin»man and the farm er, along w^lv (he businessman have come to realize that, only i an . don's election can sive them from "He Has Asked for It a tic He Will Get It" Says Relief Administrator WASHINGTON, Oct. 17 (UP) — Harry L. Hopkins will climax com- P»lg« controversies over federal work relief tonight, with a speech answering Q OV . A lf M Landons charge tliat politics in relief hive become a national scandal. "He has asked for It and he will get It," Hopkins said. "You may bo sure I am not going to pull my punches." "We have never covered up the record for we are proud of It And we don't intend to have It smeared for partisan purposes. 1 The speech win be the administration's first: major answer to Republican ' charges of waste, "xtrav- agancc and censorship of tljc cost of spending more.than $6000000- WO for, unemployment aid since tat Wl- ipj.i. - . - ;JFour.;b'lllion'; 1 has beenj^nt «ork.rellsf-programs-and^Iwo wi- llonVfor dtrcc' 'teller, all poured out of the United States tre^sury at the direction of Prtiident Roose velt and Hopkins. car, causing -the • Injuries resulted in his r.dcath,- ami re- Mrs. Mary E, Ford, 81, of Clear Lake, Is Dead Mrs. Mary Elizabclh Ford 81 lied at her home in the clear Lake community yesterday, afternoon. Siie had been a resident of the community for 12 years. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at the Methodist church at Cave city, Ark. wit lithe Rev Mr. Hughes officiating. Interment will be made at Cave City. The Moss Funeral Service Is in charge of funeral arrangements. imin "" 5l ,, rate ' fhc '.Dsmoorals. con- trollln e the Rpvernorshio. the two .'"unlprlal seals.'the'whole congressional deletion. tl, c •'niimicl.'ial setups in sr, Louk Kansas City "••d other citte, along with most other offices, have ii, much super•or organization for campaign ana electoral purposes. Barrett Given Chance Business is good anj throughout me state ars man v who have been sweetened by federal srandino- Jesse w. Barrett. Republican can- ll"l nc " - -"«•««,*, wi utitanuif Mat Llovd Slark. Democratic and Pendergast candidate, than La,,. don has lo beat Roosevelt. Stark extols the New Deal Barrett says nothing about national issues and makes hts slogan in effect, "Clean no Kansas City" state-wide resentment against machine domination may elect him. St. Louis expects. to have the niosl honest election any lar^c American cltv ever had. A bitter 01 tiincrai arrangements. • " I "'i 1 " 1 ™ 1 ' fiy ever nod. A bitter Mrs. Ford is survived by «i x l p ' imary n '' 1t between Democratic sons. William, Theodore, Claude I rf(lc ! l<ms led by Mayor-'.Bernard oi«i^,.^ i?i,,,o,. oi • > .' Dickernian and , ex-Cpngressman William L. Igoe f developed a scandal in Ihe Mound city which rc- -apture Town Less Than ; .30 Miles From Spanish .Capital Today .WITH LOYALIST FORCES AT MADRID, Oct. 17 (UP)—Onrushing rebel troops today completed the occupation of the town of Robledo de Chavela" taking over the loyalist outposts on this front nine miles from El Escorial and less than 30 miles from Madrid ' The rebel • batteries this morning fiercely shelled Ihe Escorlal- Navalperal railroad two miles To Marry? Gossip has long linked'the name 3f Mrs. Wallts Simpson, luwer pic- lure;,to that of.Edward VIII, king of Englanu, above, but Che first serious' Intimation that her divorce from Ernest Slmpsoii, now pending In a British court, would be lolloweS by their marriage was con^ talncd In a story published today by nn American newspaper, the Washington- Post. Rites at Lepanto Friday for Mrs. A. W. Hudnall LEPANTO, ,\rk.—Mrs. Eugenia north of Robledo dc Chavela. leftist government armored train shuttling back and forth between «• EScorlal and the front lines, was v shelled frequently during "'the bat- 'le. The same rebel battery blew up two houses along the permament highway. _ _ ' ..... • •••« •>- > j Hudnall. 58, wife of A. W. , . . nall, farmer, died Tliursday Iliid- at, Itcbels Claim Victory GIBRALTAR, Oct. 17 (UP)— The Insurgent radio at Cadiz to- , ner home near here following lengthy lUne.ss. . Funeral ser- ices were conducted Friday with inlennent at the City cemetery., Rev., J. i. Owens, pastor of the? First Baptist church, conducted the services. Mrs. Hudnall hud been a resi WASHINGTON, Oct. 17. (UP)— K!HU . Ed\vu«l VIII. of cireat lii-l- taln plniK lo mill) Mrs rniest Simpson foimer Bnltlmore 'otic after hei dlvoice, (lit Waslilnelon Post said lodai The Post siild It Ind lenincd tlw 42-year-old British mountUi Is dc ermlnad lo mairy Mr Simpson, 40-year-old vivacious uiunctle, ic- gatdlcss of (he conseciuetices. Th" paper attilijiitcd its Infoinmtlon (o 'cabled udvlceS." Mrs, Simpsons si'it foi dlvoice "gainst bei ship brokei husband Is expected lo bu heard late thL? month. i: e Is hci second husband, ..- ... ,,,,, JWI.WJHI iiiiiimiui, "he liming pieylously divorced an American naval 'Officer. 'In*' kinn, nccoKlhiii to the Post l-ave his n|)]n-oval of Mrs blnnison's divorce befoie the suit was IllKt— may Indeed have su<jgcsl.d it" Simpson does not plan to contest Hie suit, which charges adultery King Rebuffs Advisers LONDON Oct, 17 (UP)-King Edward VIII holly rebuffed splr- ual ntid political leiulcis when they appealed recently for greater ulwretlon In the monarch's rela- Also Reviews Landon's Record But Makes No Comment .Upon It WA&HINQTOli, Oct }7. (UP)— President Roosevelt s labor record Intcipicted by Ihe American lederatlon of Laboi today as en- thcly favorable to the labor caus> Oov Alf M Landon's record was piesented in detail but was not In- leipreted cither as favorable 01 tin- favoiable because It was not available in the same concrete form of bills supported or opposed All that was recorded foi Laudon «os a series of excerpts from messages delivered by thu governor to Kansas legtslatuie sessions and Having to <Io with labor and social security Quoits landon Sp««hes These dealt with an emergency "lief tax child labor unemployment, and social iecurity One of them said: 4 "Every possible effort sHould be tlons with Mrs. wallls Sim.xsonV'it I made "by W^'^raS to vas learned in couit chcles Ioda 1 amelloiate the co.idaion 0 TSr»n ,. hh ' 'l n , dc ":,'"2.V. dl »» ««• Arch' sas work rs'' ^^ " Ka "' bishop of Canterbury "and prime Minister Stanley Baldwin vvsic lol by icing Edward lo mind their ovv business It was said ihe lepotlo'd nleivlew (cok plnct, ut Buckln" hum pilncc = Court gossip h that the Arch "Ishop of Canlorbnrj and Ualdwir were astounded ulion Edward lips twitching iieivoiisly In an allenmt lo conceal his anger, dcllvei-d the rovin snubbing Ihe purported Inclctcnt at the palace was In- ollmat to a series of discreet but Increasing]! press- Ing similar representations Mrs Simpson became the storm center oi gieie objections in high places ^tumblings of which become in- creiislnglj louder, f IflflETIfEBEBI Wilson '-Pastor- Will Direct Campaign for County's Quota of. $2,000 The Rev. L. j7~Davls, pastor of he naptist church of Wilson has b ™'™»' e 'l Missbslppt Countj fo,- the Movement , Associatlonnl director Baptist 'Redemption ovemen campaign to be launched throughout Arkansas.. He -will be assisted by Mi's. R. H. Jones, of Osceola he Rev. Howard King, of Keiser and Milton Graham, of Blythc- The campaign, to raise J200000 retire outstanding . bonds ' of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention, be launched withi . dent of Lepanto since 1922, coming here with her husband and family from Philadelphia. Miss. She Is survived -..^ ..uu.5i.-iii. iiiuiu at L*a(]lz 10-1 ^ni: la survived clay broadcast at 4:50 P. M. thatl u; "id. five sons. A relief columns entered Ovledo in bv C.. her luis- who Is a the north and liberated the city ' from the government forces'' at 3:30 p. m. there Richard, Peter, a Arnold. Elmer, Clarence UI ,,, daughter, Mis. Cordelia New Orleans Gotten NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 17. (UP) —Cotton prices stood U p well in today's .short session despite considerable hedging and somt .fc-c'ek- cnd pr ° rit ! - lkirl S- Glowing renorU f° m «» A V £<*"* trade fan^the market up some but It closed ione 5-8 point up to three nolnls down ' open high Oct. 1155 '1156 1200 1202 1195 119S 1206 1207 Mar. May July 1210 1205 1210 1205 1188 low close 1155 lias 1195 1196 1193 1193 1202 1202 1205 1201 Spots closed steady at 1210, off 5. Chicago Corn high open 93 1-2 _... M»j- 89 1-2 "i-* sVfe '"-* .»i.j §,{:l e- vealed a "ghost vote" of something like 45,000. • The St. Louis Star-Times and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch began lo investigate before the primaries and continued to apply terrific heat, Mortgage Bankers Selfish Lot,.Ed Crump Declares MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct.>m(UP) —Former Congressman Ed Crump, Tennessee national Democratic commlttccmoji and lender of Shelby .county's political organization today, termed members of the Jusllce of peace here, and Paul, Frank, Wilson and Morris, who live with their falhcr; lliree daughters, Mrs. Galloway of Philadelphia, Miss.; Mrs. J. Morris of Lepanto and Mrs. Roy Cole of Marked Tree; otic slslcr, Mrs. Gordon George of Philadelphia and two brotlicis, Jim and J. j C. Darnell, also of Philadelphia. Fans Here Get Account Of Game From Paragould , , -.--.-„ ...... ..... — - «. A grand jury has Indicted 24 per- I Mortgage Bankers Association n short lime. The bonds originally were issued to build buildings and o pay off obligations of a number of the Baptist Institutions In iral College. Con way; Baptist he state. Among them are: Cen- Stnlc hospital. Little Rock; Mdun- , £'T C ° llcse ' e; Bottoms Baptist Orphan - ""j^n-ju ^,1 plittJl- „-, Montlcello; Ouachila Colleee Arkadelphla, and the Baptist Assembly Grounds at Siloam Springs ..pastors ctaol shrdl cmfwypbibzz The largest assembly of Arkan- foL B i np . l , lsts °" nny °«fl5lon at- lended Die rally at the Imniamiel Baptist church in i,im c Hwk >v lei. the movement was launched. H was cstlmaled lhat 3400 attended. Dr. George W '.Tructt president of (he Baptist -World and pastor of the First church of Dallas, was the Dilncipal speaker. Members at- ending from this county were- lV C ? e , V ; ' Ufrcd Ca 1ientcr, pastor of the First,church here the Rev Mr. Davis, of Wlson!' and J - P. Tompklns, of Burdette «H day rally will be • held sons for election frauds and probably will have 200 persons—mostly Democrats—under indictment before long. Election judges and .clerks' are stared stiff. '- . - p Gov. Guy B. Park, under-tremendous pressure, re'mo'ved :the local election board and appointed a new one, which everyone 1 agrees Is honest and efficient. Voting lists are being thoroughly purged through a .process of check .and-double- check. , , : .Meanwhile, registration in : st, Louis is 427,000—which Is 30,000 more than ever before, even when registration lists were padded. Tlie Increase- appears to .represent >a large: group of Independent voters. : Governor Park is resisting heat.-. (Continued on Page 3) • "" mi nay rally will be 'helt Hundreds of Blythevllle footbal ' al l 'ic Luxora Baptist church Nov n,« „!,„ »..,. ..!„ , ,.. .... e of selfish mortgage bankers, i " s who were unable to make the ' * r - r, bent on belittling President Roose- volt when, he had saved them .- -- Paragould or the chick- Bulldog game received a play-by- Piay description of the game via a .public address system In front of : Joe Applebaum's Famous Store last night. The detailed account of the game was given over a special telephone wire from the playing field xnd relayed. by.'Applebaum over the public addrcsysyslem. The game account was iponsor- „,„ V" --.— •••• ••-••- ~...w u.,0 ed by Applebaum,. Robinson brust morning by B. L, Holmes, Clear company. Palace-Cafe. KL«N, r a ! -* j a^e. ••'•..,- • .- . •: " ] diO Atnlfrt^' 'nti^'HtfL nl« ^^^_ l-V...'' Clear Lake Man Grows ny 2 -Pound Sweet Potato •Tlie."great granddaddy of I ail sweet, potatoes, • weighing n' 1-2 pounds.and measuring 29 inches around Ihe middle, was brought to the Courier News office this Mr.. Holmes, who : forms .. , : owned..by-W. C. Smith,'said that j dio station, 'aiii land ling parlor. la-Mor bo\v- he , found the mammoth potato, which,.Is, of the Porto j Rico vnr- lety,.i In- a . patrfi which had're- ceived., onlyi the- usual care. ; i. Clouds do not burst during a cloudburst; ratnclror>.v hold up by air currenls'-' s'itddtnly;: fallVjvlwrt tlie "currents'weaken.- '• '*' : ' • w ... u ,.,j« lol , viiuicii isrov- ember 2 when Dr. Otlo Whlttlng: 'on, pastor of Imniamiel Datkt cnurcl, of Little Rock who Is general director of the campaign, will OK the principal speaker. At this meeting plans will be made $',000, the goal for for the share county. Each church by raising its quota. - Tlie Rev. Mr. Carpenter will' dl- im the campaign of the : First church here, assisted by' Mr Tompklns, Harty Fritzius, ' Mrs' Leslie Moore and Alvin Huffman lr T!:e goal of tills church Is 52,000, tlie campaign for which vyill be started Sunday, -.November • Apes and'moli are (ho only crca- lures whose eyes ,'can be focused for c different'' distances. "' Another recorded a request th»t Kansas rallfj a child labor antend- mcnt In 1933 '> A list of 47 bills, signed by Prts- "dcnl Roosevelt was tabulated all as faiorable to labor" Among hose were 'creating Home Owner? Loan coriwratton for relief of hitr--t ass-d home owners <»ho could not P«5 he Interest on their property > crea nig tl,e Tennessee Valley Au- Hiorltj appropriating $4,880000 for relief of unemploj'«d. f6rblddlnz transportation of prism made pro- duck Into sutes haying slate use v; sytems, r e tl reme ntnyst;m for rair -' roa<i employes!; , v>> ^- •> vWwrbnrt SwikJ*, ' B*fk : - ^ - da" 'Tii* k u W ° rW " L '* 1S ^ ! "" T ^'^' '• Washington that i James PVwar-' burg one of President Roosevelt's former economic advisers who b»- camfe one of his severest critics had decided to iot« for the president next month T - The dispatch said Warburg had been swung back lo the New Deaf by the; recent Franco-Brtoh-Am- erican monetary stabilization a»rce- mcnt and the recipro-al taritf pro- tram worked out by Ihe president and Secretary of state Hull " • Warburg, who wrote Uo books' criticizing the New D;al made known his decision In a letter to* s « ri:tor y of state Hull, the World-- Iielegrum, said, because Iv feels weigh which and monetary accord ^out- all the other factors on hts criticism was based i Roosevelt in New York C ABORAD PRESIDENT ROOSE-' ^ TRAIN IN NP\V ~V(~\mr STATE Oct. 17 (uS_Pres!aent Roosevelt carried his campign for reelectton-into hk home state today, defending his spending poll- tics and declaring that the money was "a major factor in restonm; the purchasing pon er of the worker and the farmer." . , In an address dedicating a neV federal court building in Buffalo Mr Roosevelt said he had relumed o his native suite after a tour Of- the nation In which he found" smiling faces" everywhere. Henry Kiech, Veteran Nettleton Banker, Dies JONESBORO, Ark - Henry c •lech, 78, prominent Cralghead county banker and planter, died nt Ins home at Nettleton Friday as tlie result of a complication of diseases following an Illness of •« weeks duration. Mr. Kiech came to Craighead county from Elyria, Ohio, In 1892 He established the Bank of Net- lolon In ]9 0 4 and the Kiech Manufacturing Co., being presi- lent of both Institutions from heir beginning until his death When Mr. Kiech came to Craig- icad county he settled at Nettle- on, establishing a shingle, stave, md general .lumber mill. His bus- ness interests have developed leadlly and at the' time of his death;.he was rtgaixjed-jas, one of he county's most ..wealthy, In- fhlentlal,! and- rhlghly respected citizens. WEATHER Arkansas—Fair tonight and Sim- day, slightly cooler. tonight. Memphis and vicinity—Fair and cooler tonight,: Sunday fair, and omewhat wanner. Tlie maximum temperature here esleiday Was 78, minimum 61, cloudy, according to Samuel F. Norrls, official weather observer.

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