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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - July 10, 1935, Blytheville, Arkansas To wednesday july to 1635 Ark col Rorr it tit him tukes Scott and Cape county companies seek Federal injunctions Cape Girardeau. Itu tonality of the agricultural adjustment act is attacked in snits filed by the Cape county milling co. Of Jackson and the Scott Coury milling co. Of Sikeston in Federal court in St. Louis both suits ask injunctions to restrain the Federal government from collecting processing taxes on wheat and from prosecuting the milling companies for violation of the agricultural adjustment act under which such taxes Are paid these snits the first filed by Millers in the Federal court in the Eastern District in Missouri Are similar to moneys which Millers throughout he country Are filing according to Albert m swindling attorney for the Cape county milling co. The Scott county firm is represented by Bailey amp Bailey of Sikeston. Constitutionality of the aaa is attacked on a number of counts emphasis in the petitions being placed on the claim that the act delegates legislative Power to the executive Branch of the government. The petitions also claim that the act is not a Revenue measure because the Money collected is paid to private individuals and not for the maintenance of government that the act was enacted for private rather than Public purposes that it is an Effort on the part of Congress to regulate restrict and control business especially the production of agricultural commodities beyond the Power of the Constitution that tile act also is an attempt to Reg i elate police Power Over which Congress has no control. Under the aaa Millers pay a processing tax of 30 cents on each Bushel milled and this tax is passed on to the Consumers in the Price of flour. The processing tax is paid to the internal Revenue collector who turns it Over to the department of agriculture which in turn uses it to pay Farmers in the wheat production curtailment program or. Spradling explained today in discussing his clients suit. So far the Cape county milling co. Has paid $317,130 in processing tax. The petition states and owes $30,520 the firms payments approximate $15,000 a month and the act provides a penalty of 25 per cent for failure to pay the tax on time. The Scott county milling co. Has already paid $663,226 and owes $23,650. Its petition states. Nepo who fled Hospital recapture near cooler John Riggins negro Chicken thief who with major Austin negro slipped out of the Blytheville Hospital after they had been shot by an irate Farmer whose chickens they stole was re captured at a farm House near Cooter mo., last night. Riggins who left his Hospital bed in Broad Daylight on july 4. Was returned Here and placed in the county jail. Austin who was the most seriously injured of the pair is still at Large. Officers have Hopes however of effecting his capture again within a Short time. Fage three services at Leachville for mrs. Tom Britt Leachville. Ark mrs. Jessie a Lott Britt. 27. Wife of Tom Britt and daughter of the Rev. And mrs. E l a Lott of Leachville died monday morning following several months illness. Services were held Here tuesday morning. The Rev. Sam bulling ton. Pastor of the Pentecost Assembly Church of Christ Arbyrd mo., was in charge. She is survived by her husband one daughter Vernilee her parents four Sisters mrs. Cleo Owens. Elizabeth. Ark., mrs. Virgee Kistler mrs. Lettie Sharp. Mrs. Opal Cooper All of Leachville Anc one brother Theo Allen a Lott. Burial was at the Leachville cemetery. Howard undertaking company was in charge of arrangements. Be for Folly ice Covian will be Holland Friday Mer Perm held at negro assessed $100 Fine in liquor Case Steele to word has been received Here of the death july 4 at Ashland ore., of w Anderson Oates 45. For years a prominent merchant and farm operator at Holland. The body will arrive Here thursday morning and funeral services will be held Friday at tile family Home in Holland with interment at it Zion cemetery. Or Oates went to Oregon in february of this year to make his Home with a sister mrs. Clint Anderson and their Mother. He owned considerable farm land near Holland and before his departure for the West managed the Large land holdings of a St. Louis firm in this Vicinity. He had a Large store business and was cashier of the Holland Exchange Bank. Besides his wife or. Oates is survived by three sons w a or. And Joe of Holland and Allan of Owasso mich., three daughters Lonnie and Dorothy of St Louis and Virginia of Holland and several Brothers and Sisters. Nazareth evangelist will Tell of Europe the Rev b Robinson National evangelist of the Chine hot tile , who recently returned or. In a trip abroad will preach at the 1 Church of the Nazarene s Ovid Ani Vine streets from thursday through sunday evening. In his Serin j be will Tell of Europe Aud of his miraculous licks pit a1 experiences Angelus Temple graduate coming to Driver Grove an evangelistic meeting will begin at Driver Grove sunday at the school with Tho Rev. Irene Poirrier. Graduate of the Angelus Temple Bible College at los Angeles calif., in charge. She also plays the piano and guitar and sings she will be assisted by evangelist Pansy Sample and the Rev. And mrs. Lee to of Tulsa Tho pub Huo is invited. 1.000 of 1.000.00 1.000 00 i too of 1,000,00 of i too of i too of 1.000.00 1,0 x of i too of Lococo i too of i 1.000.00 1.000.00 i too of 1,000 of Section City clerk and directed executed said 28 29 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 1.000.00 March i 1859 1.000.00 March i. 1980 i he 00 March i. 1961 1.000.00 March i. 1962 1.000 00 March i 1963 Ink of much i 1961 1.000.00 March i. 1905 i too of match i. 1965 1.000 00 mirth i. I960 1.000.00 March i. 1960 1 000 00 March i 1967 1.000 00 March i 1967 1 000 00 March i. 1968 1.000.00 March i 1968 1.000.00 March i 1969 1.000 00 March i 1969 1.000.00 March i. 1970 1.000.00 March i 1970 2 the mayor Siti d Are hereby authorized when they have Bonds to sell same Emmett Clark negro was fined $100 on a charge of Possession of unstamped liquor by municipal judge c. A. Cunningham yester-1 Day. Seventy five dollars of the Fine was suspended during Good behaviour. Alice Stone was fined $50 for bleach of the peace and the Fine suspended during Good behaviour. She is alleged to have tried to enforce her claim to perform certain labor on a farm with a Shotgun. H. W. Fleeman was charged with operating a car without a License but the charge was dismissed on Purchase of proper License. Wallace Edwards was fined $10 for disturbing the peace. Two were fined $10 for Public drunkenness. Little Indiana child Dies on visit to Monette Leachville. Ark. A Norma Gene Street 6. Daughter of or. And mrs. Joe Street. Hammond iud., died sunday night at the Home of her grandparents or. And mrs. C. A tunning of Monette. Mrs. Street and her family were visiting relatives in Leachville and Monette for two weeks. Services were held at the Home of the grandparents tuesday. Burial was at the Monette cemetery. Besides her parents the child is survived by four Sisters. Nadine. Evelyn Bettie and mrs. Pete Shiner and four Brothers Richard Burel Jackey and red. All of Hammond iud., and an aunt mrs. Alice Shaneyfelt of Leachville. Van Bibber installs new refrigerating equipment new refrigeration and cold storage equipment has been installed by t. H Van Bibber operator of the rite Price grocery and Market located in the old Post office building on East main Street. Tile equipment consists of a Fay Rodgers a More display porcelain covered meat counter and a similarly constructed cold storage room. Tile cold storage room contains 818 cubic feet of space and. Together with the meat counter Cost approximately $3,500. The equipment is the most modern of its Type. Rec school Aid Bill wins department 0. K. Washington. July 9. Interior department endorsement of i the Robinson Bill which would aug theorize the reconstruction finance corporation to loan an aggregate of $10,000,000 to Aid school districts reduce and refinance their indebtedness was contained tues Day in a letter to the Senate i banking committee. I the Bill which will be taken up by a subcommittee this week also has the approval of the pc and budget Bureau provided the lending Power is limited to $10,000,000. T. A. Walters As acting Secretary of the Interior wrote the committee there were school Dis i tries in at least 23 states in de j fault in the payment of Bond maturities. A ii is my he added. A a that if this Bill becomes Law Many of these districts by refill i dancing outstanding obligations can begin operations on a Cash basis and have a larger amount of funds available for the operation of Normal school terms and payment of their employees in Cash instead of with paper Selling at a heavy a n ordinance providing for the issuance of $38,-000.00 of Bonds of the City of Blytheville. Arkansas. For the purpose of purchasing improving. Equipping and maintaining a Cit y i 1 Ark for the City of Blytheville Arkansas. C a l l i n g an election thereon. And for other purposes. Be it ordained by the cite Council of the City of Blytheville. Arkansas Section i an election shall be held in tin1 City of Blytheville Arkansas on tuesday August ii 1935, for the purpose of voting for or against the issuance by tile cite of Blytheville Arkansas Bonds in the sum of $38,000.00 tor Hie Juniest or Purina sing improving equipping and maintaining a City Park said Bonds to Bear interest at the rate of i of to exceed six per cent per annul. The numbers amounts and maturities of said Bonds to be As follows a nos. Denom amount maturity of inn turns Bonds i $1,000 00 $1,000 00 March i 1939 2 1.000 00 1,000.00 March i 1940 3 1,000.00 1,000.00 March i 1941 4 1.000 00 1.000 00 March i 1942 5 1.000 00 1,000.00 March i. 1943 6 1,000 00 1.000.00 March i 1944 7 i too of 1.000.00 March i 1945 8 1.000.00 1.000 of March i. 1946 9 1,000 00 1,000 00 March i 1947 to 1,000.00 1.000 00 March i 1948 la 1.000.00 1,000.00 March 1, 1949 12 1,000.00 1,000.00 March it 1950 13 1,000.00 1,000 00 Mardi i 1951 14 1,000.00 1,000.00 March i 1952 15 1.000.00 1,000.00 Mareb i 1953 16 1,000.00 1,000.00 March i 1954 17 1,000.00 1.000.00 maid i i 1955 18 1.000.00 1,000.00 March i 1956 19 1.000 00 1,000.00 March i 1957 20 1,000 00 1,000.00 March i 1958 according to the Law and deliver same to tile purchaser unon receipt of the Purchase Price and the said mayor and City clerk will draw their warrant or warrants against the proceeds of said Bonds and use the same Only in the purchasing improving equipping and maintaining of a City Park for the City of Blytheville. Arkansas. Section 3 in order to pay said Bonds there shall be levied upon All the real and personal property within said City of Blytheville. Arkansas a special tax1 of one Mills per annul for each of the years 1935 to 1969. Both in i elusive being a sum sufficient to i meet said Bonds and interest is i Thev mature with 5l added per annul for unforeseen contingencies and the City clerk is directed to transmit a certified copy of this ordinance and of the ordinance levying said assessment to the county clerk of Mississippi county. Arkansas to the end that said taxes May to extended upon the tax books of said county and collected annually along with other taxes until the said Bonds and interest thereon Are paid in full. Section 4 in order to pay said Bonds As they mature there Hall by a appropriated out of the proceeds of the tax to be levied As herein provided a proper sum to pay the principal and interest of said Bonds As they mature. Section 5. This ordinance being necessary for the immediate reservation of the Public peace health and safety an emergency is hereby declared to exit and the same shall be in Force from and after its passage adopted this 9th Day of july 1935 offer for Sale. At Public outcry to the highest bidder on a credit of three months at the South door of the court House in Blytheville. Arkansas the following described real estate lying in the county of Mississippi state of Arkansas to wet a South half sri of Section one Iii township fourteen 141 North Range nine <9 East. The purchaser will be required to give Bond with Good Security for the payment of the Purchase Price the Security to i approved by me together with Intel est from the Date of Sale at the rate of 6 per centum per annul this Sale will be made by virtue of a Levy made by my under an execution issued out of the circuit court of St Francis county. Arkansas on the Lith Day of june 1935. Upon a judging it rendered in said court in fun of of Haynes Northern is clothing co. Plaint la. Against la s. Simmons. It Al defendants said execution being issued Iii Pivot of Mary Mcdougal Robinson and j o. Mcdougal. Executor. Of the estate of j f Mcdougal deceased and Linn Turley the Saki i Linn t Urley and j. F Mcdougal. J deceased being the assignees in -1 Der a Purchase of said judgment j from the Hay nos not Toeross clothing co. On october 9th, 1931, i said assignment transferring to i Linn Turley and j a Mcdougal. Deceased equal interest and to the said judgment and All rights and remedies available for the collection there of witness my hand this 2nd Day of july 1935. Cd h Wilson la a a if Al ill Tayo used car allowing a agr i run ii gelling rosily to Ami Liana Riding in not Lulu ii in for one of i Iii Heller used car now offered by Ford Driller Many makes to Gelee from. Tow Prier. Liberal guarantee. I a Iii la 1st let set ill i a Walnut phone hit i sri i i i Sis. Tor Marr Tiona Bago in Nard Rara in ital a the goo Iest spot in town dined Ion our advertisement of last night wad a last time today Hank night this was tin error As Bank night will be continued each tuesday As in tile past. I con Stilwell of this City was called last night for the $ 125.0 1 Hank Deposit a Ile was not present next tuesday july 16, Bank night will be $190.00 last time today Bert Wheeler and Robert Hoosier in emf nitwits an did with spa in h onion a Ruth Ell inn news matinee 10c Lac nig lit i or-3 a thursday amp Friday Cecil Shane mayor. Attest Ruth cite Blithe clerk. Notice of Sale notice is hereby Given that i. Clarence h Wilson sheriff of Mississippi county Arkansas will. On the 24th Day of july 1935, Between the hours of nine of clock in the Forenoon and three o clock in the afternoon of the said Lute. ?w0men will re interested in Reading Page to tomorrow big savings for you Sass Omore lad ims f,0oc>o tone Monji Ivey in i no i a a a my Cal cocktail also Cern Edv Marysville. O. Up five Apple Trees which were planted by one of Ohio s first pioneers Johnny Appleseed Jonathan Chapman it Are still growing. It is not j known definitely when tile Trees were planted but a a Appleseed located there in 1801. Yarbro Gin installs set of 20-ton Scales the l. R. Matthews Gin co., at Yarbro is getting a new pair of Scales which when installed will be the Only set of its Type Between Cairo and West Memphis according to or. Matthews. Tile Auto truck Scales Are 30 feet Long nine feet wide and 13 feet High with a 20-ton capacity. These will be used both for weighing Cotton and tor Public weighing. 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