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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Ai *-i -"'/? THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NOnTHRAST ARKANSAS AND 8OUTHKAST MISSOURI VOIAJMR XXXVI—NO. 108, Blythevllle Courier Ulylhcville Herald Blylhevllle Dally News ~~ ~~~ Mississippi Valley leader HI/YTHKVILLR, ARKANSAS, WKDNRSDAY,..'NOVRMlll-Ill 8, MIKil SINGLE COPIES FIVE'CENTO California And Ohio) Reject "Utopian 11 Old Age Pension Schemes Hy United I'rfSs California nod .Ohio voters ovoi-wiiclmingly tieCealcd "Ulopinn" old figo pension plans in yeslenlny's ofl'-ycnr Cnliforiiiiins rejected Uio "1mm nnd eggs" ?SO every Tlmrsday plan, which President Uoosevell termed "n short cut lo Utopia." by a majority, np-*- proacliiii' 2 to 1. It had rejected (he plan in 1938 when il was offered In less drastic form. IL-i sponsors, bitter in defeat, said they would offer it as a constitutional Initiative again next wnr. •They planned to seek the recall of Ciov. Culbert Olson who opposed Iliom. Ohio turned down the Blgelo'w plan .which would have provWd $50 monthly lo single persons over 60 mid $80 lo married couples, by a inat'gln of almost 3 to 1. This scheme wns to have been financed by n tax on high-priced renl es- tnte and incomes. New York slate voters approved by a large margin the legalization of pari-mutuel belling nt horse race tracks. In New Yorl; city, Tammany Hall, which had been "killed" in Ihe .election last yenr, returned lo life by winning local contests. Pennsylvania Republicans elected their mayoralty candidate in Philadelphia nnd their candidates for four appellate judgeships. Tney also were successful in' local contests and hailed the result ns a forerunner of a "Republican landslide in Pennsylvania for Ihe 13-10 Republican presidential candidate. 'In Kentucky, the New Dcnl- Democralic Incumbent, Keen Johnson, was elected over his fte- publlcnn opponent, Circuit Judge King Swope who apparently fc.il- cd In )ijs'hope- of getting enough votes in "that ^vmnally TJemocrnUc .slate to demonstrate, a,', trend a'way '"-from-Hire- New"' Deal.', - ".- '"-"7 - ; • -~ • • Scores of cities and hundreds 'of oilier sub-divisions throughout Ihe country elected mayors and passed on other local contests.- The outstanding mayoralty elections were: Detroit: Edward J. Jeffries. Jr., supported by CIO and labor, defeated the incumbent, Richard Reading, Republican. Snn Francisco: Incumbent Au- gclo Rossi re-elected. Shit Lake City: Ab Jenkins, automobile racing driver, elected by 12 votes. ' Cleveland: Mayor Harold H. Burton, Republican,-re-elected. Bridgeport, Cam).; Jasper Mc- Lc'vy, Socialist mayor, elected for fourth term. Would Recall Governor SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 8. (UP)—Six hundred thousand unemployed 'senior 1 citizens complained bitterly today over the fall of a "Utopia" In which nil would have been provided with $30 in state warrants every Thursday for life. II was a second nnd most ein- phnlic rejeclion by the state's elcc- lorale of Ihe prop-six! 'ham and CUES' pension plan and Us advocates blamed Gov. Cnlbcrt D. Olson whose recall they demanded in petitions circulated only a few hours lifter Ihc polls closed last night. The pensicn proposition was defeated by an almost exact two to one margin, nearly complete turns showed. Petitions seeking Olson's rcc.ill were filed at once wilh city clerks of Han Francisco, Los Angeles and ether counties. The 'ham and egg 1 lorces announced they would push the recall movement to an early conclusion, the German people," he said. "In spile cr the failure of thnt event in 1923 it was the beginning of eventual success." Reviewing Germany's entry into the World War Ilil'ler said "lhat we know thnt in Die end it was not i Britain nnd Prance Who bent as in ( the field." Hitler wtis cheered loudly when he began speaking tit 8:11 p.m. (1:11 p.m. c_s.U. lie arrived at Ihe famous Munich beer garden cellar at 8:01 p.m. to address the old Nazi guard. .Hitler Speaks Of Serious Hour At Munich Rally Mrs. 'Lepke' MUNICH, Nov. 8. (UP)—IMchrer Adolf Hitler in a speech tonight on the anniversary, of (lie Nazi Munich 'beer- hall putsch' stiid this is a 'serious hour." "Fellow parly members, in this serious hour I come to you lo cclc- brnlc an • event which wns most This is racketeer's wife, Mrs. Beatrice Buchalter, as she appeared in New York court to cour o e minor ant.for (he Nnz movement,-, {ify at (he Ivinl o£ fiv" po°i ons nnd the lcrman " charged with conspiring o nr- bor her husband, Louis (Lciko) Buchallcr, and Jacob (Gurrah) Shapiro. Appe&ls To FSA To Aid Remnants Of Sharecropper' Campei's" ' MEMPHIS, TCIIII., Nov. fi (UP) —President J. R. Butler of the Southern Tenant Farmers Union said today that the plight of '100 homeless sharecroppers In Southeast Missouri was nculc and thnt they must have relief "ov they will die this winter from sl.irvntlcn nnd exposure." Butler appealed henvv the ' nnd Plea Expected By Former County AAA Official Today H. B. Richardson, former AAA senk'r- field assistant In charge'of 'the Blythc\ll!e dlfice nlitlf late'' summer, was to be arraigned .this I afternoon in circuit court on charges | of forgery nnd littering. i Alleged to have forged names ot D. S, Lantrip and Joe Hughes I:- a note given a local bank to obtain But Nature Of Raids'R. mains Doubtful; trot Movements Heavy .By llnlloil I'Wss German forces resumed lho ii Unlive lodtiy In the sector or. (Be vvcslern front Immediately south t Luxembourg. They mndc Ihree raids on Frer outposts and Iwo of Ihe raids-\yei'e supported' by nrlillery action. -The French asserted all three cffo'rls were rcpul.vecl. . , Whether Ihnl activity was ' n prelude to large scnle action oi 1 wns primarily for routine purposes there was no telling. . .' Hut French dispatches reported '"v troop, movements • back of Gemini] lines/ Both Qeriiiiiii allied sources agreed .-: that sizeable Nnzi forces are being-he\d close lo the Belgium nnd Dutch frontiers. Berlin's explanation., wits' Hint Hint \™.s u good place (o keep reserves thnt might be needed on the French front. in most' European capitals' 1 the belief persisted thnt some sort of German pressure against HallniU! nnd Belgium; was,a factor behind yesterday's peace appeal by'Queen Wllhclmlnu and. King Leopold. There was little hope that the pence effort would succeed. ,•'-'• Authorized Clcrmnn sources 'look the altitude today thnt ."the, jjcftc'a child was throttled as sooiv as It wns born." ; 'flic Brllish cabinet considered It and decided lo consult with Paris'. The French cnbiuet will consider It Tlmrsday. Italy served notice that pence conference will hnve to „.. Its chillis in Urn Meditennn- itj'en. German • Plan'i! Shot Dowii BRITISH EXPI IN , Royal Air force a loan of $300, Richardson Is also Sl ° l tlowu n Germnii scdullne wanted by federal niiOiorilles on plnnc totin y' British officers tin- charges oi fu-gcry. which allegedly i" 0 ."" cecl - •' grew - out -of approxiinalely S60o',. wo °' our f'Bhters saw two worth of checks innde out- lo farm- B • "5' ln iJ German machines beers of this section in connection illg flrKl nl b v n»liinircraft. guns, ' the with . the AAA tfflce. ' W. Leon nnnomicemenl said. -, "Tliey Security Administration for aid ii working out a practical plan for Iheir rehabilitation. "I have made n thorough inves- . . . Smith is attorney for Richardson. ' chilsctl tllc enemy: Quo of the R. Rlchnrd Hall, 2iS, who shot, imd Ai P.. fighters sliot down one of j killed his fellow worker George ltw Oernmn ' machines which - - • * clashed In a French vlllngc. All of the crew wns killed." lo Ihe Farm I Dcwllln S. ti2, nml llien surerndered to officers, entered u plea of insanity this in:rning and was-committed to the stnte .hospital for llgation of Ihe situation," Butler said. "They are slowly but surely dying. -They have had since August. There are for them Ihls winter and they nervous diseases a Llllle Rock for can'l hold out until spring unless they get relief from some place. All of them need meat nnd the children need milk." The colony of 400 persons is n month's observation, ameiv H ° lltts iwc " ln Ja'l'since the no relief shootm s lo:k I )la ce Oct. 30 near .... =„,.„ • Calumet, a smnll community north,, /,,",. west- of Blytheville near the Arkansas-Missouri 1 state line. Hall told officers that ho fired upon the elder mnii nfler Downing had attempted to strike him with an axe white he tivx- men were nn axe while the two men were given to them by sympathizers in St. Louis, Butler said, but it is "virtually uncleared and unsuitable • a. few minutes- earlier to obtain n gun. for farming—Just the "unwanted remnants" of 1,500 dispossessed tenants and sharecroppers who camped along highways of Southeast Missouri last winter "when they were evicted from the land on which they had been farming on shares." "During Ihe summer," Butler of the as n defense G, O. P. Outlook 'Kosy' WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. (UP) — Chairman John D. M. Hamilton of the Republican national committee lhat Hall he sent to the state hos- pllal for observation. Downing uns a step grandfather of Hall's 15-year-old wife. Ed -B. Cook is attorney fcr the defendant. At 1:45 o'clock this afternoon, Ihc case of Will Myles, negro, ehnrged with operallng a gambling by picking cotton but il is nil gone now." He described their dwellings as huts made cf old tin cans or of ! Greene is fcr the dant who look nn appeal from a municipal court case In which lie was fined $100, the minimum fine for such an offense. poles and barrel-staves. Some are] j. J. Johnson \* as .tried on one "'"" sheets nnd'charge <f public drunkenness in without walls blankets hare keep out the wind." and been declared today that yesterday's election 'from the Atlantic to Ihe Pacific' reflected a trend toward o n T t a Republican victory next year and j >>eay DUyS Interest nn end to 'reckless, wasteful and crackpot government.' He said that Republicans maintained cr increased their slrenglli compared with a year ago "wllh hung up to I an appeal case from municipal a r n s Against Strong Arm Methods WASHINGTON, Nov. S. (UPi-- Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt snld tcdny that "no American could countenance the nclivlllcs of :.hose wi>n acknowledge their first allegiance to foreign governments" nnc who "at the direction of foreign rnimliies' undertake activities in Hits country." She made Ihe statement when asked lo comment on communist Party Secretary Earl Browser's statement that (he time is ripe "for quick transition from Democracy to socialism in the United States." Mrs. Roosevelt warned strongly, however, ngalnst curtailing basic civil liberties In the effort lo prevent un-American activities. "All of us In this country who Kndio Amateurs Of-Six Stales Will Meet Hero The scml-nnnunl ocnveutlon of »• .MOAHKY Amateur Itnclfo Association will IK; held nt lilylhevllle Simclny \vheu "hums" from Mls- Konlui'ky, Illinois, Arkansas. Tennessee nnd Mississippi will Cntlier, wllh ninny mcrdiig fiico (o 'in* for (he first llmo, rdllumirh •antncis have been cnriied on nl- mosl daily fcr inontlis. The meetlnu' will Iw held nt Iho woman's club with n special pro- Binm of cnlCTlnlnmpnl nnd rdiien- lionnl features, arranged by DIP Ille nmnlcws, lo be climaxed Vllli n banquet. Marcus Kvriird, locnl nilorney, will net ns UMslmnsler with Slnto Senator ivy'W. Cmuford lo deliver the address of welcome. More limn 100 nmnlcnrs, many of whom live nt distant points, Imve announced they will ntlend tile mecllng,' Amntciu-s. living in Mississippi County nnd adjacent counties, who have planned the day's events me: Either. Way He Decides Controversy Critic i sin Sure To Follow WASI11NCITON, NOV. II, (Ul 1 ) - Tlie U. 3. Mfli-ltlmo Coinmlssloii prepared n meinonuidiiiu for 1'rcsl- tk'iil KoawpU. nsscrtliiE (lint, the nculrnlliy net woiiui not bu vlolnl-l I'd by UIB proposed transfer of U. H. slilys to 1'annmn i'«r- Islry. 11 wns learned loday. 'llic mciuornndumv'lt wnu uiwlpr- siofld. restnled In clfecl wlmt, 1'rcs- Ident Itoosevell (old reporter* at, )f3'dc Park ycsloutny. The president said that Ihevo was no Illegnllly in (ho pvoposnl lo place the ships under the I'nu- Estimate Comes Aftdr New Loan Program Is Placed Int^Effect t WASHINGTON, Nov. S. (UP)-Tlio ngrlcnllurnl de- rMr-nnrt 1 ' 0<lny Osfilv " ll0(l 'MO collon production at 11.- Mfi.OOO hnh'sj, compared with 1038 production of 11,913,000 Auto Plunges Into Ditch: Girl, Rescued . •'*'"" ll lhllt ' Dave Curtis'.' WSOJI.; John Sail-[ U "' lcd S(lUcs m wnl> - (lers, \V5ONV; Hiirold Sucllmry, W5GSY; Tom Rcecler, W5IUI1; Joo Hnrrlnglcn, W5DNS; Henry Wilson, W5OSC; mid Mnrslmll Peild, wns uolh- .Involve Ihe Secrelmy of Stnlo Conlcll Hull, however, . hnil charged. Hint Ihc spirit, If nol the lellcr, of Ihc Hiw would be conlrnvehctl if the W5IIUX, all of ulylhevlltc; Hob l commission approved Ihc Unllctl Connor, W5HDO, of Osceoln; llob slnles Bines' nppllcnllon. Orlflln, W6GYR, of Wilson; J. E. President Roosevelt Is umpiring Douglas, W5HCP, of - PnrnBVulcl; Iho dispute. He Is tanning—If nl Webb Head, W5IAI. of Uixorn. all—toward, • sail and peppery Chairman Emory sj./.Lnml of tnc tnnrtlmo commission, a retired roar ndinlrnl,' himself, who says nolli- Inn bill appears cngcr to have the transfer BO through,' The dispute blew tip suddenly but II. Is a real one. Tho'maritime commission appmenlly Uikeb Iho position thai Ainei'lcnn ting ships should be kepi employed by ;\nv legal: menus lo avoid •Rn.crlflcinB gains made'' by Iho American nici 1 - chnnt marine 'since- (he H&llp" avvakenctl mid-way in llic Woilcl War lo the, fact, Ihnt -wo were In a bad *ay on Iho high sens Ch'nlinmii land can'present Hint side of Urn controversy in illnrp Blirt emphatic limgi|nge-' if given Iho opportunity. ' cpngrcssbmnl Almost drowncrt Ihls morning when her cur plunged l>oml-r>n Into n dllcli filled with wnlor. Miss IIiMcn Qrimo.i, daughter 61 Mr. nud Mm. o. U. Grimes, wns rescued by Irby AppeHou who MIW the iiccldcnl vvhlch lock plnce on Hltslmity 01, about two miles north of lilythc- vllle. Misa Grimes,' who Is con- Ihii'il lo her home nt lilt South Ijiiko street, escaped wllh only bail body bruises but, Is ulsj sulfwliti; from shock. Miss Oi Inn's snld Ihe steering of her cai , upptnently bccnmo defective as tile curtailed + The cMI|iiixtc came n tew iiout',1 oftci Ihe Opinmodlty Credit uor- lioiatlon put, Into effect n ne\v eo\finmenl cotlon' lonn program designed lo icdiicc Iho market uir- plus mul Incionsc pilccs lo gioV- eis, j> A minimum bnso • mtc of 83 cents u pound on scven-clghljis Inch middling wni. imnoimcerl with lornllou dllfoicntlals Ihnl will But Churchill Says Britain .Is Increasing Hcv , Strength ^ ' W-rJfj, .,. _C> _ IONDON, Nov. 8 (UP) — Drnt Lord of llic Aitmirnlly Winston Churchill (old the House of Onu- inons today that the aircraft cnr- rler Ark Uoynl, which Oerniaiiy reiientedly clnimed to have sunk has captured n;vnhinblo Nazi ship which he indicated WHS n merchant ship: .-;•-• '•Churchill nl.fo revealed thnt in addition lo previously announced losses Oreat Britain 1ms lest Ihe submarine Oxley ;throu|;h nn nccl- deiilnl cxpldsloh. Churchill 'eilliiiiitecl'llial Gerninny has lost between two nud (our submarines every SU.ek since (he wnr began. •'.'... He estimated, however, llmt Ger- mnny Is cdinpletltiif Iwo new submarines each week and "our expectation Is .that we must face Iho prospect cf one hundred U-bonU being available by Jiirmnry less whatever sinkings occur In the Interval." But Brltnln on her pnrl hns Ihrce limes ns mnny siibmni-liic hunting vessels nt work now ns nt Ihc beginning of the wnr nnd Inrge re- enforcemenls are expccled nexl spring, he said. only a few exceptions" and added that it was significant Hint the 'failure of the New Deal to restore Ihe country to economic recovery'was made Uie Issue" in a number oflocnl contesU xUiere Republicans won. $1,600 Jewelry Theft Reporated At Memphis MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 8, (UP)- 01 Perry In Auto Firm T. I. Scay has purchased Ihe interest of Wyse Perry in the Seay- Perry Motor Company, local Ply- (Continued on Page 2) Lists Welfare Funds Sent County Recipients LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 8 — Welfnre payments -for November were mailed last week by the mouth and Chrysler agency, it was'State Department of Public Wei- announced t-'day. Mr. Seay, who fare to recipients in Mississippi lias been in the automobile busi- --•-•• ness here for a number of years, will continue as head of Ihe or- Company. 1/aiis Procter nntl L. r). who have been connected wl company since Its opening, will be in charge of the mechanical de- par tmeiit. Cooter Knifing Was "Just A Mistake" Buford Collins, 25, of Cooter, wns removed to the Blytheville hospllnl late yesterday nftcr a stnb wound In his neck Imd become serl:iis following nn nltcrcatlon which occurred Inle Saturday night. Dick Mlchfe, son of Ihe late Hugh Mlchle of Cooler, is snid lo Imve stabbed Collins, and Collins said, from his hospital bed today, that he did not want Mlchle arrested, H is said thnt Mlchie was being taken home by Collins nnd "Dcncon" Slovall when MIciile cut Collins ns the climnx to an argument. Physicians said tcilay it Is bc- nre interested in social changes 1'evcd that he will recover, although must be extremely careful noV to I'he cut, made with n smnll pocket curtail the bnslc liberties umlcl-l k 'llfc, is about six Indies long which we make these changes, running from the back of his neck within the framework of our low," she said. to Ihe front. .In discussing the slabbing Col She also warned against Utoplnn life said thai Mlchle had vislled ans for old age pensions such hsihini at the'hospital and thnl "ev- plans were defeated In California Ohio yesterday. County's Physicians Hear Memphians Speak Dr. Charles O. Andrews and Dr. H. B. Gotten, of Memphis, were the guest speakers at the meeting ot 3 cases; Confederate Pen- the Mississippi County Medical as- Couuly as follows: Old Age Assistance, $2502 to •Hi cases; Aid to the Blind, $117.75 to 120 cnses; Aid to Depcni jetton, $1,023 to 134 (302 Confederate-Old ^Age _ Assistance, j guest speakers at the meeting . ot , lon Qnlv MB < n .----•-• J ' 5 l ° *• cils? ' s - soclallon meeting held last night Stale payments for facvember' n t (lie city hail. They were acc.'m- hospllal crything is nil right. There was Just .1 little bit too much drinking." Cclllns, who Is a day laborer on the Joe Russell farm, Is Hie son of >lrs. Tennessee chrlslophor Elmer Collins of cooler. and sharpshooters uiid Iho No. I inein- ber of .Mr, Uooscvell's cnbinel wnlch the other , rnmpiivts nnil (liey ore "• deterinlncd men. Not Innocent bystanders but Iho .umpire Is in Jeopardy In Oils I' te.il -because Ihe question shows promise of cntclilng national Inler- esl.'.-Whichever way Mr. Hposn vclt'.i decision goes, (he loscvs will be hni>|)y nnd willing lo KCCD giiess . hjin to'considerable eiubiu-- nssment If he Inkcs (be:-wrcy.ia Refusal lo iiennlt the transfer might—Its uclvocnlcs bellcvo'il would—clanuige llic Amcrlcrin merchant marine In the North Atlantic for years to come and perhaps Imperil the current ship building program, '.Endorsement of the Irnnste' nl- ready Is lagged In nn out of the. cabinet as nn imneutral net. The first big problem lo develop under the neutrality act Ls on the White House steps ns Ivfr. Roosevelt returns from his Hyde Pnrk retrcnt —and It h londed. If today's decision of the maritime commission is Tor Ihe transfer, eight American mcrchiuil vessels haul down the Untied mho Iho intc lo 890 cenls near principal shipping center?. •> The biuenu of Iho census 'ft- poited 10,0815,200 bnles ginned to Nov. 1. Average yield of lho lint cottoii per ncio wni estimated at 234 1 pounds, coiwldcrnbly nbove nvtr- ngc In tcccnl yenis. ^ The dcpnitmcnt's cslhnate was 83.COO bnles under lho' forecast, of n moiit|i ngo. The reduction wns duo Inigcly to unfavorable wentli- ci ovci pin It, of the best, Commodity Ciedlt odlclnh eslmmlcd that npproxl- to linn ulion she ipnclied the ciuvc mntcly 2000,000 bntcs of this ye.u'4 nnd bridge at Krala's comer .nnd the innihlnc plunged ditch, Into the Her willfo body was covered with vvnlcr except for hoi- feet when the ninbhlnc's front struck the- opposite side ot the deep ditch. Mi. Apiiellon, who wns chiving dliecily behind Ihe Oilmcs cai, extricated her from tlio car, which wns bnrtly smnshcd. Tlw ncclilcnl occurred nboul 7;30 o'clock us MLsi Qrlmi") wni liii\cllng north. Little Rock -Hears Woodruff Cotinly Judge Will Oppose Galhings LITTM3 ROOK, Ark., Nov. 0.— IVItli Iho ndjoiinuhcnt, of congress late lust week, Arkansas' seven congrcsjimcn who will be up for i injn I ciop Kill be placed under government loans *., The depnitmcnt (oiecast n yield per ncic of 314 pounds for AV- knnsas with n totnl crop this vcnr of 1,410,000 tales. The fotconst for Missouri vas, BK pounds per ncic With a lojal crop of 400000 bales. ;,, Smith For Governor 'Trend' Is Reported UTTLE UOOK, Ark Nov.,8.— Political cbserviets .today Bald there" «ua- aii^iuid^icur'ieiv^"lR- easScn Aiknnws lo have Olilcf Supiemd Coml Jintlco arifjlii Smith seek the Ueniociallo nomination of governor in the next primary. \ Spitlh, n former newspaper pub- llshei, who served ns Stnte comu- lioller uiider Governor J, M. yut- rell, Is well liked In the eastern section nnd according to obseivprs could oMi«et n henvy vote there. ^ 'Ilio clitof Justice It was snld, (old fi lends lie wns not Inlciestcd In the inco, unless Iheu'was a,* demand upon hljn by the people of nil sections lo become n eijn- duliilc. re-iiominiitlon Aiinust lu-iiuiiuiuiuuii 111 f\n[jii.^ nj-iu, p., ni I n I were expected lo return home nnd Llty OCnOOlS Dlldget p v ' or Iear slnrt iniiklng their pi-c-cnnipnlgn plnns before returning lo Wnsh- inglon In Jnnumy. i Congressman E. 0. (Took) Clnlh-1 It will rcqulio $81,78545 to op- West Memphis, nccordlng to crate the Blytheville city scho'ols rumors will find opposition for Ihls second levin In Walter Rnlncy, VVoodniff comity Jiitlgi! nnd former stnte senator. In 1930 Rnincy opposed Ihc lu-clccLlon of.W. J. Driver, who nl thnt time rcprc- thls ycni. W. D. McClmkln, superintendent of schools, said ve^- teidaj when he spoke lo members of the Lions club In llielr \veek\y luncheon meeting nt lho Hotel scn^wVlho'nrBrdfstrTct'in'coiigrcM WIUl thls bvlt '8 et for 1939-W, Slntes flag nnd hoist Ihnl. of Pnn- amn. Sonic 1,000 or more American seamen and Ihclr officers will te out of Jobs nnd a deputation cf 10,000 of t-lieni nnd males from olhcr rhlps threaten to march on Wa:;hliiKto]l 111 protest. With the Pnnama flag up, (he vessels would be beyond re- Ihc new neutrality sail In llio Irnn'.s- o bclween United Onlliliius (lefentwi Driver In tlic 1038 primary by n close margin. Congressman Wilbur Mills, sec- end district, H wn.s said will find nn opponent lu his second term In the person of J. I'aiil Ward, former stnte senator from Bnlcs- vllle, who Is now holtliiiB down n state job. Ward If lie runs is expected to have the backing of the stale machine and Ilie advice of James L. Bland, former secretary lo Governor Carl E. Hnlley nnd strictions of net, free so Atlnntic urid Slntes nnd nelllgcront purls wlicrc Amci'lcan f:ag vessels new nro Airblddcn to iippenr because of combat zone prohibitions proclaimed by Mr. Roosevelt. Union Thanksgiving Service To Be Held will be held Nov. 30 at the First Christian church, according to plans made at the meeting of the Ministerial Alliance In Ihe study cf the First Methodist church yesterday morning. . The Rev. J. U Woolman, pastor of Ihe First Church of the Naz- nrene, wlio is a tiew member of Ihe Alliance, will deliver the ser-~ mtm. The program Is being so ar. - ranged by the Rev. Mr. Woolriuin Mark In Arkansas and George W. Patterson, pastor of the First Chrlsltan church and Hunting on 'borrowed' hunting'president of the Alliance, that licenses has Its peril.i the same os those ministers who have n6l par Hunters Must 'Toe Theft of $1.600 in Jewelry was re-, „ .,,... ported to police today. Severe Cold KeCUS .The jewelry, which Included a i . f, *Y platinum bracelet wllh Inset dia- i uOVtrnOr At monds and sapphires, was taken troni the PMbody Hotel suite o! j LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 8. (UP)- feiierale-oid'A 8r e' Assistance Mr. ana Mrs. C. W. Jeilltlns last Gov. "-"— — ..-.». » « .tc night. nre ns follows; $103,662.25 to 17,- ponied here by'nr. H. P. Morgan, UiUn ting without n license; or nnn- j Udpatcd In Union Thanksgiving 396 old age .assistance recipients; other out of town physlclaivs residents hunting on resident il-lservlces In the past will be given "—•"* '- "•- •••• - --- - - v - - ' - - • $4,251.00 to 656 aid to blind cases; here for the meetlnj were Dr. $. [censes the Arkansas Game and.«n !$32,S21.50 lo 4,f)fg ay { a depend- M. Har*elt of Osceola, and Dr. R, Pish cohunlssion lus warned. . |., j opportunity to do so this time. — — _. r .... -, , --. , - , -- . . . , , Annovmcernent : was mado lhat ent children. famUiee'.Including 10,- L, Johnson -of .Bassett. ^ The coimntssloti i!i detennlned the executive committee of .tlic 958 children; $5.748.00 to 738 Con- Dr. gotten read a paper oil "A«ul? 'o che6k up on.noiVrcsiden', hunt- Alliance will altem) u mcetlnj of Nephritis" alter which l)r. Anar6tVa : cvs who ceek to nVoM jliyment 91 the local , Blllancc i. Tuesday r* Ttit - . --. , , . GOV. Bailey was ccnfuied to hLs.ents, nnd $2,444.00 to 611 reclpl- read one <n "The Trealment of. the heavier ittn-KiSU>:'rt 11 cerise, morning for the jwipcie of-.help- home lM& y w!lh n s^ere cold. cnts of Confederate Pensions Only. Salivary aland Tumors". tecs., It is slatM. . '.! ' . ing Ihein In their work. i the a deflcll If nothing unforeseen happens, Mi. McCIurkln staffd. Ife dheussed Ihe budse't frojn the stnndiwlnl of revenues, ie'<f- nuo sources nnd expendllure. i As this • national education we^k. Mr. McCIurkln made n comparison of (lie school of today and the schools of ten yeais ago as jo training, clemcntaiy rating, promotion progress nnd high schpol graduaUV per capita nud lax levies. Revenue Commissioner Z. M. Me- Tnci . e vcta 34 members nt the Jarroll, both of whom live In lhat congressional district. Clyde Ellis. Bentonvlllc, at the present IIBS no known opponent as Is the cnse with Fndjo Cravens, Fort Smith; W. P. Norcil, Monticello and Watle Kitchens, Magnolia. However, well informed sources Indicated thnt both Ellis and Cravens could expect to find opposition, when the campaign got under way. meeting. Sudbury School To Hold 'Fathers' Night' Fathers oi students In the Sud- tomorrow nlghl at 1:30 o'clock 400 Tickets Sold For , 'Old Car' Derby Here More • than 400 tickets .for .the Old Car Derby to be held here •Sunday under the auspices of .the American Legion have been sold, (according to announcement made !at the meeting of the Dud ,Casoh ' post of Ihc American Legion last night at the Hut, All members of the post were Invited to see the military maneuvers at the fairgrounds Sunday, which will be directed by Captain Wendell'M. Phillips, who-last iportcd en i whlc-h lie M the school. The Parent Teachers' tle association is sponsoring . the "Father's Night." W. D. McCIurkln, superintendent of city scho&Is, will make the Last night, caps were given ,-to W. T. hortori, Vtricent Pahtgonl, W. if. Philllpa, and Hershel Mc- Kav. Othef awards went to H: B. cy scos, w mae e „ , , , „ wtntpr , THB principal nddress on "Abnormal,^ 1 B 'W J. £ Win er=. The Psycholo." Other numbers °" Psychology." Other numbers Ihe program will include the rending of the president's mcwage bj', Mrs. E. F. Fry, a song, "By the, Waters of- the M'"«a*«^'> if i™ r p Me!1 n to ol tfcnt to Dal WEATHER Arkansas — Fair tonight and Mrs. Ralpli Berryman and an eu- ( Thursday, somewhat coldet (ri north phonlum solo by Bill Moiso ac- a nd central potttiw tonight and In central portions by MarJ6rle Stevens. northeast and An Invitation to attend has been Thursday, v "• . extended to the public and es- Memplits" a'nd-ricihlir— Pair to- peelally lo all fathers, officers Of night add Thursday, slightly colder the group, -stilted. . t,orilght. - - ,

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