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   Fayetteville Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - April 12, 1934, Fayetteville, Arkansas                               t THE WEATHER 4 Fair Thursday night and i.Iriday; warmer Friday. low 42. I emotrat FULL LEASED WIRE NEWS SERVICE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 39. NUMBER 120. FAYETTEVII.I.E, AKKANSAS, THUKSIUY EVENING. AI'Hll. 12. (ft Associated PRICE TWO Rooksbcry Reports That HaH of January High File Applications PLACEMENTS dgar A. Hodson To Conference and W. R. His Tcfii'of Stslf Little' Rock, April 12-W-Al- .liough only placements vere made in March by the fed- Ireemploymcnt office in Ar- !ansa.V the number of applications "or employment showeci ft .decrease if (10 per cent froifi January when were employed on Civil Works Administration. Thia was shown in a1 report cov- Ting activities In 'the' slate dur- ing the past seven months, filed today in the-offlce of A...Rnoks. hery, reeniployment officer.1; Belief wan expressed', the decrease was in large. part- due to the -return to .thousands of .farmers who had registered m anticipation 'of findlnB the-CWA. rom A'Ugust.l, 1933 through fcJi HI, this ap- plications -were received, of which were men and' were Duripg the period .njfen' Offers Cooperation To 'Commission Full cooperation with the civil seivice commission, appointed by the cQiincll to '.-ilte charge of po- lice anj fire departments of tlje city, is 'pmnlseo, by Mayor T. h. Trlbble. "Now that the law creating the civil, seryice commission .and tak- n? .the.fire, and police depart- nents o.ut of my hands, is in ef- 'ect-, I hope that everyone in the will cooperate wholehearted- ly with the commission, and-1 as- sure them of my full cooperation as he Raid. "The council tried to pick three business men whs were above re- proach, for. the places on this im- lortant he said; Artist's Conception of Two New Structures for University Campus Contests Open Tomorrow Morning and Continue Through' Saturday FROM SCHOOLS 'of ,werii, .made, tire public -.and, .9JMO, war included in thev ijacement'5. c '-placement Divisions Listed 'Placements during March'were divided, ap, li a off jeials.'of -.the FBdeVal Seed :ahd Agency.. i le'val agency, ..together -with -the JRrqdiictipn (Seflit ''AdministrsKtion t -this fed- will be able f- some Arkansas .Centennial, Corn Park.Promoters to April ur eons.iiltiTig: and. P.rest ilent, -franklin1.. D. -Robserelt, ctfrt cerriing the' -tenvRecreational. Area piroposed. -for. Arkansas.. Eabh district--, in which one., P the'rtfea's-.'iii' -to Be located, if- tn PWA -loan is approved -name A- 'member the .-dele gatioir Several members of.-th Atkonsas' --Honorary.- Centennial 'Ceie.faraSon Commilssioin will ...ac- company 'tii'e group to Washing-- Mrs. Roisevelt Eudora and Wilson Delegations Travil.-'itOO .'Miles, to .iReach University Contests The UniveVsi'tV 'oj-Ark'an's'as and tayetteville.-twill aturdoy be, Jibst- tovarpunrt tuilenta foV Mie.a'nnual.State .Hifeh w- Today. 1052 studets tarn JQo igh schools of the state had reg-. stered. numejouB. .events, Stic arid- .literary, spon- a'Winmodations was "good- and all Trill -of, i-lf.'.HHtpii, Of'the general exten- frorn "all parts. of .we're, for Hants Are Wanted lfor Plant Exchange l''or Colored Area White people aru asked to do- nate flowers and plums for the plant exchange to be held by the colored citizens of the city at Henderson school tomorrow as a part of their observation of "Bet- ter. Humes Miss Klcamr Qiiinn, chairman, said today. Miss also asking nomi- lu'ii'lscapc gardener to volunteer in plnnting uroiiiul the churchi-i, which will be ilnne either tomorrow afternoon :u- Saturday murning. Tin1 committee on IJvtter Homes in the colored residential district enViusiastic and hapes to ac- complish much in beautifying thut Mvtion, Miss Quinn said. She pie who can give ur to he used in this work ICKES SIGNS CONTRACT FOR LOAN TODAY Provides Pott Two Buildings On U.A. Campus CARAWAY W IRES .arid _... will be'invited to attend the Ar- kansas and reports frorn Washington indicate there is littfe. doubt of. his .Acceptance. JFh-eside'nt .Roosevelt-, if- he cannot attend the opening exercises, will he requested to .press, the button which .will'open the gaWs, and, make his. visit at- such a.later time as will bast suit his convenience. The audience with President been arr ie. leyept.' .'Groups. d Wijson trayeleii the nioH.'mile.- ige to reach jiyefteyllle. ..Eudpra part of i, 'ipb-'milep Erojn JF.ayettev'ille.. ..Wilson, is .not quite, so but the mileage over the paved route traveled also totals'-400 niiles. VTwo .university head the two dele'itat'ions... They ,are J C-'Gray, principal of the Eudora :and rjttdson who Wilson. Contests Qpen, Fifd'ay The. literary.'events open 'sarly tpmgrrow. morning and wil :Tenni: also opens tomorrow, .'morning, irid will be -completed-. Saturday morn ing.- Track prglihiinary in dash gyg'jjjiv be. JSatur Vill ft.pals, i> fie' Saturday SeriiognV 1 uPf.iipeciaV. interest to.localvpeo pie are the one-act play contests which downttWri .be in 'the university ,-.ium.arid open to the.public. One-Act flays, an Event 'Preliminaries ;.6n .the- one-act playg will .o'peh o'clock .tomor- row ,nioriii'ng. Twelve, .schools are entered and six >yill .appear at, the at'Palace. From from' each ttieatre .will be advanced to the setni-finaU, with .each school however (neeting a different -jbonlpetitor, fwm the SENATE VOTES AN INHERITANCE LEVY INCREASE Follows by Day Passage Of JO Per Cent Hike On Income Scale DEPOSIT PROGRESS HOUBO Committee Favors Limit DflioKlt Payment In Closed National to April Senate today voted for a big in- crease. Inheritance. do- Wffted a 'year in additional revenue. It adoptej) 'an amendment, to the i cvenue bill by Seiiaripr 'LaFolf lette Wis.) Architects' drawings of .the Li- brary (top) and Chemi tiy build (below) to be "erected on. the University campus at a 'combm-ed cpst, .are shown above. ..Construction of these fiei'e assured today with "approval of ickes. Both buildings, are to be of .the gs erected several years agoi -The. chemistry building; is. to' be south of t.he agriculture building, ancf library, will-be Between the two and directly west of .-the Main building. i First floor of ;t the Library building wili be occtlpied by the reserve library, sem'inar rooms and receiving and sections ,and President J.. C. trail's office. The second floor will feature the main reading room, which is to be a room 177 feet. Delivery rooms and administrative ofiice.s also will.be qiv, the second ilo'pr. A maV'ble stairway will lead from the main entrance to the delivery, room. Front section of the basement i will house the University museum.! On floor 'the back section will be ,dovoted to sUck Vooir..s, making feeven floors in the .stack rooms from basement to the top. The chemistry buil'ding, pictured below, isjto be a companion build- ing to the agri building and is to be identical with it in size.. The agri building, is "1" shaped building .and tin; new building will_ be an building. Besides the' ehemmtry dep'artinent Cniirtpjiy Southwest Aiittirirnn it will house the zoology and geol- ogy departments, the former to oc- cupy the west end of the second fioor and the latter the weat end of the third floor. The science building will consist of a 'basement a.nd three floors ,and will have a ritore-rpom on each floor. Tor its use it will be as well equipped as any science building, in the coun- try, those in charge said. The auditorium or lecture room will be .on t'Kc main floor of the Chemis- try building. Information Received Bj Fulrtll From Arktiisaa Woman Construction In Two Mpnlwt Final contract for a anil grunt tu the Univeriity of here fur new was aliped today by Secretary -I.'ces. This information was tefeginph- 1 '.oilov w President J. C. Full-all by Senator llattie Caraway., President Kutrall. immediately advised niembers of the Mfnvcr-'ity building committee, through! J.ihn Andrews. Bldn for c6nstruhion are tn be asked at once, the com- miv.ec when here rejentlJC and advcrtUements prepared'thon probnhly will appear in newspapers in the ,j. Contiactors will be given 30 days to submit blds-.after wr ch probably another month will before construction can Signature of this cabjnet niem-' her on the Arkansas'.losri IS'fti'it absolute guarantee that the build- ngs fund to be provided.) Two Local lluildlnjs It nrovldes two biiildlngs University of Arkansas cauipus these tg c.pat II.IBBJOOQA. A separate coiHra-et expected to make available also, for buildings for the medical at Little Rock. ftp of .super inneritahcSV in existing law and 1'W the 'finance STOKES MAKE Local Department Stores Make 'A Spontaneous Appeal to Shopper Department stores all over town today made a spontaneous drive for week end business, using, space generously in The Democrat to announce a variety of events and Spark Plug-Salesman lyiis'taken for Barrow E. P. Santa Monica', Calif., April 11- Poynor of Oklahoma! I City, who was mistaken by offi- cers for Clyde Barrow, notorious i i desperado, when he was driving! [ulone through the Cookson Hills j OVER BIG PART OFU.SJODAY We got the moving picture theat-i-e j last Friday night was in Fayette-j T T TV t Art owners out here on a big conven- ville Wednesday and Thursday on Unprotected rlantS May levies 1 to OO.'pey c'eVit as a'ga'liist 1 to '-45......" SO in schedule. Exemptions on' groas" estate., were reduced from to Taxes paid under the super es- tate schedule are not. subject to the 80 per cent- credit for simi- lar tuxes paid to s'.ites. There are' two schedules of es- tate rates under present law, the first running from 1 to 20 per cent against which the 80 per cent- credit iB allowed. The LaFolIctoc rates do not affect the first schedule. The newly adopted rates begin on net estates under com- pared with' in existing law, and graduate upward to 00 per cent, on those over _. '-t with an exemption of on MORTON TO ASK-' gross estates arainst in existing law. The 'estate tax is paid on the Value of estates'trans- ferred after death. LaFollette'explained the compo- site on estates under his amendment would amount only to about 44 per cent over He Said the. 60 per cent probibly Be Nipped By Frost In Southland FridaV and Presence :aturday. of 1000 high school will the ,-com- i rtittee )6. i'hc WhiV; House.. Kbo'seviill au- for thc-Re- ci'eatfoiial Area loan, and his great personal interest in' .outdoor icliv- assures i-'ic committee suffi- cieijt. time in which' to present the proposition. which have been favorably I reported to -the executive .commit- of the Arkansas Honofary Centennial Celebra'-'on Commis- sion art in Logan, Crawford, Car- Mis-'issippi, Newton, Chicot, Baxter. arid Union counties. There coritroverEy about the location nf the remaining two. An effort, should President Roosevelt ap- prove the plans, will be marie to increase ;.'ie number of areas to 12. .Washington county hoping to liim one of the parks, W-infbw area as it is felt trie preliminary' performances. The to invite shoppers to their stores semi-fin'als.w.iH be held at the mat-, ihee at t-he Ozark and Palace, and the finals.will take. the Ozark theatre Friday- evening........... W. F. Sorinem'an, manager ot the '-'..Ve'atres is making a special reduction in price for visiting, stu- dents for both the matinee and I evening perflarmances, Mr. Hil- .011 said. Preliminary music contests will begin ?arly tomorrow and the to be open to the public, Finals on' violin and piano will be j Penney store was established boys and girls from over the state at the high school meei, at the university Friday and also if being counted on to help business. Penney Anniversary The J. C. Penney company, of which George Bowen is manag- er is iumuuncing the opening to- morrow of its anniversary sale which is being held all over tion. Thev all report business much business for the A. C. Spark Plug. better all over. Now what better j company, for whom he travels, in barometer can.you get than them? Arkansas. Oklahoma and Texas, j Th'eir convention 'informed the i '.Mr. Poynor has a slight rcsemb-1 producers that as about everything lanre to Barrow, aid -.TUS driving! in the way o.f sex had been pro-[ a car similar to the andi. _____ duced, and that as the audience I with a Texas license. Several men j didn't care to see it over again, j appeared'on the highway in from! u vNli ni'ST they suggested that for a change ;.of him arid began shooting, one ofj -they i-hought the audience would the bullets' striking the rear of bis i like to see just an old fashioned ear. He stopped and raised his! hamls and established his identity j after he learned ihut the. men nfficeis. 11 ended m laughter, the; offi.-eis doing must of the laughing.; ifniversity 'duriffg- 'thBradnHriistr'a- ,tion Fii'trail, trip's, 'to durirfg--the' pending loan, in'-behalf ?bf the instJtutibh. of which'hc is'.lfea'd. i Marion Wasspnj 'k.member of- the board of frtsfe'ei, S" u-- !l" in behalf vides for. long time loan, of'the. money an gift to 'the' state. Hepcesentative To, 'fturi for Re- 'Election in pemocra'tic Prlmar'J would riot apply until was reached. The vote for the LaFollet-te in- heritance levies was Gi> to 14. The Wisconsin Senator said the higher rates were meet "expenditures necessary to made neces- movie. Ami they also want tn elimin- ate the sens.atiDnnl and suggestive advertising for pictures. Yuu can't make a picture as bad a? the lead you to believe i1.. is. A MONTH WORK PROGRAM Little. Kock, April I High winds that filled the sky j with sand and, dust brought a sharp llrop in temperature throughout the Rta'.o over- night. in Little Kock, the fall was I 20 degrees to a low of 48 cle- 1 (rrees this morning. Ktill cool- i er weather was reported fmm northeastern Arkansas with I sary in order to relieve distress and provide employment." House Ponders About Supertax Meanwhile House leaders look dubiously at prospec'.o for accept- ance of the 10 per cent supertax on incomes adopted yesterday by the Senate, Speaker Rainey said he though'.- I' there is quite a. bit of opposition to it in the House." I "They'll., have to show need for this tax the House to ac- 40 degree tomperature record- I said Rep. Byrns, Demo-1 the country simultaneously, in tW JJUSKOGEE HOSPITAL 1470 Penney stores. Thcfirrt iRT'AFF VISITS HE jt 5. p.m. and on voice'at 7 p.m. I Kemmerer, Wyoming, 32 years. tomorroiV. Only contests in lin and piano are.sMos, but trfc contests include boys and girls trio, boys quar- tet', and girls' and hoys glee clubs. Each of t.he 15 districts debate will debate both the af- firmative and negative four times sales I if through. __ ___ _ should not be the project goer liuiiail't; wuu before anv decisions are made, and these preliminaries will .talte all winch day Friday nnd part of Saturday'u morning after 10 o'clock or urday afternopn. About 50 members of the Vet- erans Hospital staff at New Pollock Department I werc, hcr.e 'he I'ollocliV arc announcing lhc j Ilr On.lle I. opening tomorrow of a new depart- oi mcnt, "The Cotton which hospital, hoaileil the party. PI.AYKRS TO KI.KCT TONIfHir Wesley Players will nice! to- night at for initiation and ,to i election of officers for Annette I oilier will initiated .-is Jan honorary nieniher and New County Set-Up Is STAFF VISITS HERE Explained by Dyess and Gertrude Gates Ofl at- Corning and Wilson and tl degrees at Blythcvillc. and warmer was the forecast for tomorrow. A sharp change to colder wea- ther t'irlay brought snow to many as far south as i era-lie leadei "I don't know about it.1' said Chairman Doughtoa N'. of the ways and means committee. "We'll have to stmlv it." i House banking committee approved legislation nay depositor.-; in closed national but limited the W. H. Morton of Strickler, Val- ley Township will be a candidate for second term as 'Representative m the Democratic primary. He nounced today upbn return from the special assembly session. Mr. Morton is a former Fayette- villc banker and postmaster and is a former, circuit clerk of Washing- ton county. Two other candidates. D. E. of Springdale and Mrs. Ella B. Hurst of Fayetteville, already have announced. The county is en- titled to three representatives. THE WEATHER Fair Thursday night and Fri- day; warmer Fri- day. Ark. Weather, nf' nd a warning from the will feature a variety of cotton Montgomery Ward effort opened stores today Sat-1 wide sales. The Boston Store is concen- on Ward the SOO with than SOO high .chool jour- announcing n Show- it-, L L v notinrr r Mrs. G. F. Wales, who has been -.patinjr. j visiting at the home of her son-in- i Campbell Bell Dry Goods com- 1 t" T prs Pav liamiue law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs his tbeth, ;pany arc heralding Friday anil; notably siK-'.-ess' C. Fichtner, since September, ISa'-urday ns the final days of their i if to add further the is returned to her home (n F.liz- j 47th semi -annual "Loom Bnd" sale] Palace Drug stoic is continuing beth, N. J, jBnli state that the event has been i its one csn'., sale thir week eivi. An.urn] .l.'.n relief nffii-iais nn-l city and county officials from a s'jvcu-county area atttmlc-il a ineet-: ing hoj-v last nijrht to hear R., Uy.'s.-. state relief anrl; Mr--. (Icrtrutk1 dates, sociai wi-1-, fare director explain the nc'.v re- lief tirogram. Only thfise v.-lio are nr have on (iirett relief iu-e eligible foi- the works program to started in the eity. and ?S is ali-tte.l for this work for the month. An- iiroximately JttO persons .win lie en this v.ork. it is The rehabilitation allocation fur the present U Sam M'irriiW. Invc-tiiration-- are no-.v heinir made orcliininarv to (CONTINUED ON PAfiE EIliUY) forecaster 'hat frost may un- protected plants further 
                            

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