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Fayetteville Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - January 2, 1933, Fayetteville, Arkansas TUB WEATHEJt j Partly cloudy aad warmer Slonday night and Tuesday. i Temperatures 32, high 52. emocrat LEASED WIRE NEWS SERVICE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tour Dtmoent ncchu Ua VOLUME 38, NUMBER F.r.lUrilU Ktwblie. HIT FAYETTEYlLhE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY EVENING, JANUAKY 2. 11133. Associated Press 1'IUCE TWO CENTS NEW OFFICIALS ON DUTY AT COURT HOUSE B. B. Bronson Special Deputy For Walker Who Is Sick ALSO ILL Springdalc Man First To Assess; SurinuJale C'uuple Claims Free FirBt License New officials were on duty majority of offices at the court house this mowing to greet visitors there. The court house was crowded from early morning on, since court opened for continuation of the reg- October term. Henry B. Walker, new circuit clerk, was ill with influenza ant WHS not able to be present to wail i oh'his first term of court as clerk He had B. U. Bronson appointed special deputy to wait on court this morning. Miss Myrl Mayfield, who lias been deputy under Pat John- 1 taking care of the office. Collector Still Absent Cal Wilson, re-elected collector official who was no this morning to begin tin new year's work. Ilu has been in bed for a week, also with the. flu i. and still is not, able to bu out. VVal lace Johnson is to continue as hi deputy, and was on duty this morn ing. Tax books are upaii and wi! 1 remain .open at the office at th couii'houso until time for paymen uTl'JSZ taxes, April 10, is up.- N tour of the county will he made thi year, the tour having been discon il by the .legislature. Harrison Opens Books Tax Assessor T. P. Harrison, re elected, had opened books for as sessment of taxes, and Stamper of Springdale was the firs limn to assess this morning, Scott Page, new county treasm cr, was in his office this mornint, and he will handle work of tho o! fice without a deputy, he said t rial system in which violence light subordinate technical intel- gence, was contained in the tv- ort of the President's Research ommittee on Social Trends, made ublic this morning. The committee, appointed by 'resident Hoover in has [lent three years studying changes i institutions. The report said in part: "Unless there can be a more im- ressive integration of social skills nil fusing of social purposes than revealed by recent trends, there an be no assurance that these ul- ernativoK with their accompani- lents of violent revolution, dark leriods of serious repression of ibertarian and democratic forms, he proscription and loss of many seful elements in the present pro- luctive system, can be averted." Democratic liegime Might Help In a discussion of the dctno- form of government, the 'Hidings sayt "Many have been led to conclude that the emergence of some recognized and avowed lorm if plutocratic dictatorship is not 'ar away. "An interpretation which seems .0 have i'. margin of advantage is ,hat of the prospect of a contin- uance of thc democratic regime witli higher standards of achieve- ment, with a more highly unified and stronger goveikinienl, with sounder types of civic training, with a 'broader social program and sharper edged purpose to diffuse- more promptly and widely the gains of civilization, with control over- social tensions of the time, with less lag between social change and governmental adaptation and with more pre-vision and contriv- ing spirit." In listing "specific ways and means for continuing research and for. the formation of concrete pol- icies, as well as for tho adminis- tration-of the lines of action, in- the committee says' a na- tional Advisory Council may emerge. Such a council would in- lude "scientific, educational, gov- rnmental, economic (industrial, gricultural and labor) points of ontact." The committee found that the ype of planning now needed "must nclude the scientific, thc oduca- ional, as well as the economic and also the governmental." Members of the committee are Dr. AVesley C. Mitchell, professor of economics, Columbia Univer- sity, chairman; Dr. William F. professor of sociology, at the University of Chicago, director of research; Dr. Charles E. Mer- riam, professor and chairman of :he department of-political-science, University Chicago; Dr. How- LACK EVIDENCE THAT BROTHERS KILLED NOLAND Men Guarded Kimes Boys Said They Shot Escaped "Lifer" WILL OGERS WORK DIVISION BYSTATESISNEW ROOSEVELT URGE Kviniiiole, Okia., Jan. 2 Although some aspects of the killing of (li'orge Xoland, escaped still were vague, investi- gators said today they had no evi- dence to show that the notorious Kimcs brothers, imprisoned hank robbers, carried thfir rule of aveng- ers far ciuiugh to take purt tite tn-tual shooting. County Attorney Otis Prewon aiul County Atturney-fk-ct Tom declared there was nothing tangible to disprove the story of i W. C. Turner and Atu-ood Thoinp- in, prison guards who had '.Matt Santa Monica, Calif., Jan. Well, New Yi'-ar is here. Now what ure you going to do with it? I bet you thc-re is not a man in America (yes, I will take in more country than that, make it the that there is nut a single person that knows any more about what '33 has in store for us than a hilly gout. Ten million people have gone without work Inr three years just listening to Idg men solve their problem. 1 don't know what will bf the O'-fit fi.minmMon Mr. Roosc- will appoint, liut millions hope il won't be the "president of this or "the head of that cor- who have will at least get un original viewpoint. If the non-worker has got to go to the dogs, he at least should have but U) been without work. All University of Arkansas school professors including, fou Fayctteville members and two-ran on leave of -'absence attended th meeting of the Association American Law. .Schools'. Chicag December wor at the Stevens! .About 50. representing-, the- 5 member schools-which qualify a standard made up the meetin dlscussed'teaching procedui of equity, criminal and other branches of'law. Dr. Charles Clark of Cornell was elected president. Dean J. S. Waterman, Dr. George Vaughan, E. B. Meriwether aTi'd E. E. Overton from- the university at- tended, returning yesterday and Saturday. Robert'A. leave of absence at thc University of Kansas, and John. S. Strahorn, on at the University of Mary- lamj, were other university, law fac- ulty members there. teners. Whether the United States Con- grcss'.wilr ratify the recently con- cluded claims commission renew- als and whether Ambassador J Reuben. Clark Jr. will be able to advance the river rectification work to its conclusion before March 4 are questions time alone will answer. Both matters have elements of trouble, as also has the poaching and fishing boa; seizure episodes recently south of San DiejVo, .Calif. Catholic Question Big. One Catholics are not satisfied will existing restricted religious con litions; but in view of instructions 'rom Rome to respect the laws an T-t MM.-vsi'iiiuiy Mjciciy, Drought total rrogram 1 hUrsday of the church" for sum of Lee-Jackson Day will served hy monihors ilo of which the was given for missions ob- benevolence and" other object was rilling in the truck driven by care of a physician at his homi... Harrirs suffered cuts and Shop Will Change Location from .tho former and Eiks-Lodges, to both of which Captain Harrison had belonged also had hetn a charter member of the Masonic Lodge m Fayette- villo, first lodge organized in, the state. Among out-of-town relatives here were Mr. and Mrs. Jo.'-Ha'rrison and son. Myron of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph-: Harrison' of Kansas City. A niece; by marriage, Miss Laura i is at Clawmore under treat- Mrs. C. C. V.'iri-insrton will also has adopted :in economy i first half of tlie year's work. reducing to tabloid size.' j 0 hear Miss Olivia Hmenner of the j l University home economics mcnt continue her scries of talks on the adolescent child. TWO HELD FOK THEFT Elbe Taylor and Guy Ladd. both of Springdale, were arrested Sat- urday night and placed in jail (in a charge of petit larceny. Sheriff Harley Gover said today. The charge was in connection with theft of an automobile casing from Tom May. IIOOVEK SI'KKDS HACK TO WASHINGTON TODAY Simp, north nide of the ha; lost its lease a'nd will be forced to move, according to Ihc day also will be celebrated; "pY.yf.'nr. announcement May. New location day.' each member h.r.-- i I'lill'I'S i will be annouc.-d later this week, ing the privilege "f inviting JJIKH IN OKLAHOMA i.u-coidimr U M. J. fl.iininer owner iituest. other special guests will: Mrs. Alice' Phipp.-, m-ilhcr Hi., fhop. s on meinbeis of the Southern .1. A. of Kavette-l morial Assm-iati'in. the regent and: vilic. Sunday" at -l-'ji) scn-cCiry of the the two; pneumonia, al .Maud, Okla.', where! IS VISITOR HERE ol the and the, she was veiling her sister. I County Judge .I. G. of Funt-rar will be hi-ld atj El ll'.mdu. a member of the Uni- Panel No. two. T. A. Moore, B. Lattic, I) Glidewoll, Walker Vanxunt, H. K. Gillett. P. A.-Harp, P. Gibson, Hugh Herrod, Ollic Crum. Walter Huberts, Lem Guinn and Bill Jatkhon. SAVACK TO CAPITAL .viffhl L. Savage, attorney, Went I to Little liock last night, where he i will remain on business for days. Man Races Twice With Death Only To Meet Failure .Jo Horrison.'will return to Springfield, tomorrow.- Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Harrison left to- day Jor Detroit but. plan to. next week. THE WEATHEP. 4 Partly and warmer Mon- day night. and' Tuesday. 1 the American Aboard I'l-psidcnt Hoover's train ilivinj; invil.-d cnroute to Washington, Jan. 2 M'j also. a nine-day cruising! .1 ifivmiier 01 ine uni- ncmbcrs of the li.U.J... IIH-. Spnnpialp Firsl liaptist church! of Arkama, lioan" of :i i i.i-il i. .1 j. u... t Thc Dallas. Ore.. Jan. Ark, Wcathtr Jan. Partly cloudy, warmer Monday nigtht and Tuesday. Louisiana: Parily cloudy, be- fishing expedition, the Prcsi-i McKn'lian.' ident and'Mrs. Hoover and their guests were speeding swiftly northward today after leaving arc Mcsdamcs L. L. L Diiii'i. II. M.iwill he H''V. .1. T. Giliesjiie of Kay- ettcvillp nlliriniing. Tuesday after- n i-'airvie'-v Informed that his death. Angus. r. S. near here. F. W. Mrs. Phipp.-. trustee.-, was a vi.-itvr in Fayette- ille today, but no nfiirial j ousine.-.- was with hisjhis automobile and started I appearance. Judge liagsdale reach her i aceompanied by a prosptcthx- stu- ry 1 'witii death New I coming cloudy and unsettled in. Year's Day and !ost twice. i south portions. Pickcl. Mrs. P. L, Palm Beach, I-'la., early i nthe day. U.D.C.' president.' and F Mrs. 1'hlpps wife of thc late; drat. H. W. .lone- Jr. El Dorado, Halhcock 13- I'hipps, who died Aug. is a transfer fruni another in- 10 last year. stitution. Thc Dallas, icy pavement caused his car to skid and plunge over em- Vfavrocr-in. aged mother j north portions tonight; Tues- ntcrcd i day ttnrrally cloudy, warmer, a trip] East cloudy, to- ncared i night nnd Tuesday except mostly He mother died. was killed. Later hi; cloudy unsettled near tha. warmer tonight and in northeast and southwest portions Tueidav.
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