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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - August 10, 1935, Blytheville, Arkansas Blytheville courier news tue dominant newspaper of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri vol. Xxxii no. 125 Blytheville courier Blytheville Herald Blytheville Dally new Mississippi Valley Leader Blyth Mvi ill. Akka is of. Satori Jay a of ust to. 1035 single copies five cents never revealed Pic it j test of tax distribution la s a hot Day Tabo wearing fur Coats initial pleading flied in Pulaski court to re dictator keeps to i himself confidants. By Mil ton Bronner Nea service Stair correspondent what sort of a Man is the real Benito Mussolini despite the fact that Many books have been written about Bim and Miles of newspaper and Magazine articles nobody really knows. He May take his secret to the grave with him unless he leaves behind him state papers diaries and. Perhaps a new autobiography in which he unpacks his heart. He is a solitary who keeps his real thoughts to himself. His wife built his Home for him. But to her he unburden none of his troubles. His children Are too Young to by taken into hts Confidence. His Best Friend and counsellor his Young r brother. Arn a id a who succeeded him in the editor of a Popolo d died in Mussolini wrote in Arnal biography that from this he suffered and would . O paragons of a suit to be fairly c in very Strain Revenue commissioner Earl Wiseman from turning part of the sales tax collections Over to i the state welfare commission to i care for unemployable was under i i. 1 Way today and the action will i noughts probably be instituted Early next week. The suit will probably be brought by j g. Bolton president of the retail butchers Anc grocers association of greater Little Rock according to j. Mell Brooks Secretary of the state sales tax repeat i us Socia t i on. Shunning Transfer Reade j hip 1931. Does death Tine to intellectually Mussolini is the most gifted of modern dictators. F fairly Well educated in the schools he has taught himself All his life. Where Hitler can speak Only German where Kemal Pasha Speaks Only turkish and a smattering of German and French where Stalin understands Only russian and georgian Mussolini accomplished in both French and German. Married to is Job after he became minister of Italy he Learned English a language of verbs and nouns without the Florid adjectives of other tongues. His Reading is far More vast and Eclectic than that of the other dictators Here named. In his Early manhood he wrote poems. Novels and dramas some of the latter having been acted in Italy and Many european capitals. When he became dictator he wed himself to his Job. For a Long time lie kept his family in a Flat in Milan. He said he would allow nothing to distract him Horn his labors. Later he established a simple Home near Rome and a farm in his native Romagna where he works in his own wheat Field. For outdoor exercise he indulges in horseback Riding fencing and driving a car at High Speed. He once said that All he got out of his Job was a Fine horse. When he wants to relax he listens to music plays his own violin or looks at films. He cares nothing for society or the Blandishments of great men and pretty women. At one time sure of gossip final preparations for state to take i heir care. Made Over Little Rock. Aug. To. Up welfare commissioner Roy Prewitt and b. L. Wharton Fera loan executive conferred today in making final preparations for the distribution of $75,000 during August to the states unemployable. Under a ruling handed Down by the attorney general a office a of checks to Unzem be made by the a boards from funds by the state Organ-1 Tual issuance Plo Yables will Nous county allowed them Iza Tion. The county boards under Hie state ruling shall determine who shall be classified a unemployable. The Fera clerical Force in All counties will act As the county welfare Board in distributing funds thereby relieving the commission of operating expense during the first month. The actual number of unemployable to be cared for will not be known until county boards Complete their findings j with the commission Prewitt said. Under the Federal Relief administration the unemployable receive an average of $15 Lier month. An employee of r the state organization said the amount to be paid out by the welfare commission from the first $75,000 would exceed that average but would not give exact figures. Runner shot by e her husband is famed Diplomat Howard Sisco Poinsett \ of it critically won ruled i Gay state inspector. Jonesboro Arka to i tipi Howard 81 co. 23. Alleged Poinsett county whisky Mimer was near dentil in a Hospital Here today after being hoi through the Back last night by state Revenue inspector o ii Hood of Little Rock Sisco was shot when he attempted to escape from Hood after being arrested near Trumann ii la charge of Post sing and concealing untaxed distilled spirits Hood slated that he arrested Sisco and his companion. Owen James when the two men delivered 39 gallon of swamp Moonshine whiskey to two men in a parked Auto Between Trumann and Turlot. An undercover agent arranged by the Trail action Sisco allegedly broke away and was tunning when shot Down by Hood the officer said be did not intend to hit by t intended to make him Stop. On la. S. Oars a p a ii o s e Cove tement plans drastic Auto control Law enactment. Draws Fine for failure to secure proper License English liberals movement to italian products. Start Boycott a heating in tile suit of Sher i ill Houston Johnson of Craighead county seeking to have the county Honor $5,000 Iii county scrip that he holds set for today before circuit judge g. E. Keck Here Lias been continued until the regular september term of court in Jonesboro it was announced today. Renewal of feud j. B. Stewart was fluid $11 in municipal court yesterday by v g. Holland for car without proper acting judge operating a License. Antis tally answer to a failed to appear to similar charge and there was a feasting a Small body of persons influenced his moves As Goebbels. Gee ring and Rosenberg do fillers. Mussolini dubbed just plainly idiotic de Liis decisions Are made himself sometimes in the watcher of the Iii flit in jealousy which h e co workers to jealous securing a acclaim this As daring Only by solitary his Library. Accused of frequency \ j ii changed his closest has been attributed of any other Man measure of popular two of his closest co workers in the Early Days of fascism were Halo Balbo and Dino grand. He made Bulbo air marshal of Italy. When Balbo returned from his popular mass flight of air machines to America and Back. Mussolini and the crowd gave Bim a regular roman Triumph then he was packed off to serve is governor general in Italy a North african colonies. People said Mussolini was afraid of bulbs acclaim from the crowds. Ii Duce made Dino grand foreign minister. After some years grand who has been the nominal bos it up Italy a ambassadors was sent to London As a Mere ambassador to the court of St James a. Again people said Mussolini was jealous of his handsome Stalwart Young lieutenant. Explain Iii How he is Able to a tand 11is terrible Burden of work. Mussolini said Quot to achieve Titis. I have Given my human motor a regular regime. In other words. I have rationalized my daily task i have Cut to a minimum All w Aste of time and Energy. I allow no ions Wordy reports or interviews. Be Brief factual those Are my orders i never leave any work unfinished. Each Day must stand to own Bottom. The desk must be theatrical for effect Mussolini has often been accused of being vain and of Loving the theatrical. It is perhaps partly True. It is also perhaps due to deliberate purpose As Mussolini understands that a people such As the French or the continued on Page 3 his Bond of $29 was ordered forfeited. A charge of wife and child abandonment was docketed against James Taylor. Hearing was set Down for monday promised land infant Dies Kenneth Carroll Robertson two months old son of or. And mrs. George i. Robertson died at the family Home in the promised land Community at 9 15 of clock this morning. Funeral services will be held it number nine cemetery sunday afternoon at two o clock. The Cobb undertaking company is in charge of funeral arrangements. The infant is survived by his parents a sister Marian and a brother Muriel. Hepburn a hair sacrifice to Art London aug. To up an Effort to impose a Boycott on italian goods by Means of Chain letters among British housewife. Has been started by lady Harris. A Boycott of italian goods a been started by lady Harris wife of sir Percy Alfred Harris libera member of the House of commons it was Learned today the move coincides with a demand by liberals All Over England that the government Stop a threatened italian ethiopian War and in any event remove at once ban against the Export of arms to Ethiopia. It was Learned on reliable authority that in event of War Britain will raise the embargo against Ethiopia. Dot a Nannie Central filiph i fatally stricken while saying morning prayers Wynne Ark., aug. To up a stricken with paralysis while saying his morning players Michael Troxler. Pioneer merchant died this afternoon on the anniversary of his 75th birthday. Drexler a native of Russia had j lived Here 40 years. His six son i survive him in business Here. Town boasts Safe streets Holyoke mass. Up a this City of 56,Loo population Hasni to had a fatal automobile Accident this year. Last year Holyoke was award i cd second prize for cities of size in the National safety contest Tokyo. Aug to up seeking to squeeze the Ford motor company general motors and other foreign Auto manufacturers from the japanese Mullet the government will present a drastic Auto control Law to parliament in december it was Learned today the Cabinet already a amp approved a draft of the regulatory measure whose purpose is to make Japan Independent of foreign Auto supplies a it Purl of a Campaign for in re i can i Trtol i stronger National defense. I in Al the proposed Law would require that japanese subjects own the majority of Stock of All companies producing or assembling Motoi cars in the Empire. Hurls Illinois locomotive and pan american Clipper Rives safely at i Harbor. Etarl Springfield Iii aug. To u i p a roaring blast of dynamite planted along tin main line of i the Illinois Central Railroad hurl i cd a locomotive and la freight j cats Ham the trucks today in what appeared to be a fresh outbreak of the bloody Illinois mine War. Two members of Hie trains three Man Crew were injured when the heavy locomotive listed from the tracks by an expertly timed bomb bounded Over the rails. The dynamite timing up All traffic on the Illinois Central line Between Chicago and by 15th train bomb to the mine flied Honolulu aug. To up a i the pan american Clipper ship completed the first leg of a 10.880 1 mile round trip flight to inv j Wake Island when Pilot r. O. D. Sullivan set the four motored plane Down on the Waters of peat i Harbor at 8 12 a Pacific Standard time today. Aided by a Strong Tail wind it during the latter pan or the flight a Steele baby victim Louis was the tag attributed in Illinois the War a bitter three fight among Coal iterators rival unions has claimed 38 year and lives in tile bituminous Springfield. Fields circling the big ship completed tilt Triplet by 50 losing Stock prices new York. Aug. To it up it a Railroad stocks today added a few issues to the group of new highs for Hie year on the Stock Exchange today. The Rise continued in All sections with the Industrial average at a new High since sept. La 1931 and the utilities aver i in 17 hours and 9 minute j cling previous record j minutes. Postmaster general James a Farley and postmaster John Wilcox of Honolulu greeted the fliers. Orlando Carmichael new Kappa Alpha Phi head hot Springs aug. To up Orlando h. Carmichael Pine Bluff today was elected president of the Kappa Alpha Phi fraternity it the clasp of a four Days convention Here. Other officers elected included Morgan Howard Secretary. Rogers Ark. New York Cotton of colitis attack Steele to. Funeral services were held Friday for Peggy Juanita. 8-months-old daughter of or. And mrs. J. E. Mcdonald of be ring. The baby had been sick Only one week. Its death was to colitis. Protest incident Washington aug. To up japanese charge d affaires Seijiro Yoshizawa today called the attention it the state department co i an incident in seat t be which he said constituted a second affront to the japanese emperor in the United states in a week. The incident confirmed a portrayal of emperor Hirohito of Japan pushing a Ric Hasha containing emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia the affair occurred at. A local club a Fox Hunt and was enacted by persons in the role of the two emperors. Reliable japanese quarters to do indicated they regarded the Seattle incident As More deplorable than the Magazine cartoon i because it came Imin lately after publicity had been Given to the previous japanese protest. They said it had All the appearances j of being a deliberate attempt to create mischief. Diplomatic observers Here were particularly apprehensive lest the incident which occurred on the Pacific coast where there Are i Large settlements of japanese might cause serious trouble. Sir Anthony Eden Britain s most Brilliant Diplomat has time for a Happy dorm tic life As Well us for playing a arg part he a to lament Ai la opt ural a and Here is mrs. Eden proud of her h us hands sensational Rise As a statesman. She was photographed after she bade him Goodby at Croydon Ai drome Asho left for a league of nations meeting on Tho Italo Jusith Lopina dispute. Suspends Rute cuts by towns tenant Sester must be ended director of Rural result lenient work addresses f ederal workers. Memphis aug. Of up a or. Carl c. Taylor director of the Rural resettlement division of the re Cit Lement administration today declared a there is absolutely no Way a can build an adequate Rural civilization until we break the hark of the tenant Taylor speaking before nearly 200 state and regional resettlement officials from 14 Southern states arraigned the system As a product of haphazard adolescent growth and demanded a program to insure coming generations a Chance to establish themselves on Independent farms. Establishing the a a Cream of american tenant Farmers As landowners a major task of Tho resettlement administration Taylor explained he believed to per cent of present tenant farming population in the South was a ready for resettlement on their own lands now a a there nothing wrong with the Stock of the Southern tenant Quot tie .�?~.aid. A what he needs ii an economic Opportunity with skillful guidance a he Aid development of a a our notional Economy through uncharted expansion exploitation and industrialization of the past Century represents Mankind in adolescence and that the Tim ? a come when will have to Settle Down to act like adults a except tor such special projects i i Dyess Colony in a Kansas which have progressed so far the by will be continued for the present under the Fera All rehabilitation projects Are being re investigated and those considered impractical will be discarded he explained. The conference the first throughout the country a a a nut tin a a a a a Jay a turd it tag Wii. Do resettlement administration will give the dosing address. Those attending from Arkansas Are t. R Reid director for Redon 6, comprising Arkansas Mississippi and Louisiana b. M. Giles land utilizing director e. I Witaker Arkansas director and o e Jones regional director of informal Ion. Of four i Conli hex t the department of quest Sou r i acts at re Arkansas mis Power company. Little j department i Lei a v pleads ethiopians Quot ase at Geneva Senate committee would hit lower income groups a Martyr to Lier arts and a most attractive one Katl Iurna Hepburn scores High in the role of a boy la which she la shown Here. Faced with playing the part of a Young girl who masquerades As a boy Hie Star surrendered to tile shears getting a Boyish haircut that is far from unbecoming and very Cou Ino aug too. Age to a new top since april 23, 1934 a. T. And to. 135 3-8 Anaconda Copper. 17 3-8 Bethlehem steel. 37 Chrysler. 62 cities service. 2 1-8 coca cola. 228 1-4 general american tank 39 1-4 general electric. 30 3-8 general motors 45 3-8 International Harvester 53 Mckesson Robbins. 6 3-4 Montgomery Ward 36 1-4 new York Central. 22 3-8 Packard. 5 Phillips Petroleum 23 1-2 radio corp. 6 3-4 St. Louis san Francisco i 1-4 is minors bed. 12 3-4 Standard of n j47 Texas co. 20 u. S. Smelting. To of of u. S. Steel. 42 1-2 unite. 3 7-8 new Cotton cot dec Jan March May july spots changed York aug. Closed steady open High 1125 1128 in no nos nos 1102 1102 Hoo hoi 1095 1097 closed steady at new Orleans Colton new Orleans aug. To it up it Cotton moved upward 2 to 4 Points at the close of the Short session today. Opening gains that exceeded this cased off after first Calls. Open High Low close Ort 1122 1122 1117 1119 dec nos nos no2 nos Jan 1104 1104 1102 110 March 1098 1099 1091 1097 May 1097 1098 1096 1096 july 1090 1093 1089 1093 spots closed at Ugo up 5, awaiting the outcome of Hie arbitration conference Between Italy. Fiance and Britain Protea for it a St on Jeze Freie to representative of Ken for Halle Selassie pictured at Geneva prepares to present ethiopian Case at the league of nation meeting of i Tepi in Betti 4. Washington. Aug. To up a the Senate finance committee after slashing inheritance taxes from the House tax Bill voted to dip into the lower income brackets with lowered exemptions and increased surtax rates. The commit ten voted to lower the Normal tax exemption for married persons from $2,500 to $2,000 and from single persons from $1.00 to $800 the surtax schedule would begin the surtax charges at the $3,000 level instead of the present $4,000 level the Bill after the finance committee had worked on it for a Day and a half was capable of i Mug about $400,000,000 in Revenue. Almost twice the amount estimated from the House Bill. Crack Memphis golfers arrive for meet Here Louis Montedonico Memphis City Golf Champion Tom Michael. Prep school Champion Mont Rhine Pine Hills Champion. Bob i Green All of Memphis arrived Here this afternoon to participate i Iii the annual Tri states Golf tournament opening today it the i Blytheville country club. Rock. Aik the state of Public utilities yes by suspended rate orders is used by the town councils of Hardy and Black Oak decreasing Oleo Trio Lutes from 15 to 20 per Clit at those places. The department also ordered the Arkansas Missouri Power company protesting the reductions to past. Bond to protect customers in the event the reductions Are found to be justified following an investigation. The Power company was requited to pest $1,500 Bond Al Hardy and $500 Bond at Black Oak. The department is making an inventory and appraisal of All properties of the Arkansas Missouri company in Arkansas. The head Piffier of the company is at Blytheville. Issues order restraining removal of drag machine a temporary restraining order has been issued by circuit judge cd e. Keck against the Vollmer construction company on tile plea it the Gerald Smith construction company to restrain the Vollmer company from removing a dragline machine from work at big Lake. The Gerald Smith company alleges that the Vollmer company to comply with provi sub contract by which do part of the work for with the depart by the Gerund is about has failed sums of a it was to contracted mein of agriculture Ald Smith company continue drive to get water for negro school the drive to obtain City water for the negro school is going Forward. According to sponsors of the movement. Pledges amounting to $130 have been promised and a part of this collected. Charts have Ueen placed in the Farmers Bank und the Thornton drug store to show the weekly Progress of the drive. Members of the water committee and their captains Are canvassing the City in ail Effort to have everyone Delate to this project. Missouri arrested Chicken thieves by officer Here to remove the dragline machine from the state. The plaintiff asks $2,000. Harrison Smith and Taylor local Law firm represents the plaintiffs. Leachville Monette Road ready in 60 Days Leachville. Ark. A Highway engineers report that the surfacing of Highway 18 from Leachville to Monette will be completed and ready for traffic within 60 Days. Tile final coating will be placed on the Road from Leachville to Risner Corner in the next few Days and this part of the Road will be opened to traffic before Long. Crossett Mill is to open again on monday Crossett. Ark. Aug. To up a though outwardly Calm a tense situation existed Here today at the cml sett lumber company where 750 employees of the Mill Are on strike seeking better w Ages and hours. The Mill which was closed yesterday. Is expected to resume operations monday. State rangers who have been on duty were withdrawn today at the request of gov. J. M. Futrel. Weather a Trio of alleged negro Chicken thieves from Missouri were taken into custody Here last night by patrolman Thurman Atkins. About it chickens were recovered. Tin chickens had been stolen from farms in the Vicinity of j Needmore and Cottonwood Point j mo., officers said. The negroes arrested Are Rob a Eric Crowe Allen Archie and Sam i the maximum temperature Here Ford. Yesterday was 95. Minimum 69, they Are being held for mis Clear according to Samuel f nor it Ouri officers Iris official weather observer Arkansas partly Cloudy tonight and sunday. Memphis and Vicinity owner a 11 v fair tonight and sunday. Not much change in temperature

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