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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1936, Blytheville, Arkansas Blytheville courier news the dominant newspaper of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri vol. Xxx Iii no. 180 Blytheville courier Blytheville Herald Blytheville daily news Mississippi Valley Leader Blythe Yillik Arkansas. W kinks pay. la. 10 16 single copies five cent jobbers will get process tax peace it hoi is goal Rel Sevelt Raffi Nils crack s National Faith in Dei no ability to meet problems St Louis oct. 14 up a president Roosevelt reaffirmed Quot Faith and confidences today in the ability of the people to meet their problems of National and International Security by the Quot peaceful processes of democratic representative Quot no tile president added in his dedication of a memorial to world War dead a could be More fitting to reaffirm that Faith and Confidence than a Monument to those who have died in a Gallant Effort to save democracy for the he observed that while the hand of the a Good neighbors was being extended to break Down barriers blocking the Way to International Accord there also was a Call to service at Home. Serves cause of peace a we Best Honor the memory of those dead by striving for Pace that the terror of the Days of the War will be with tis no Mort Quot the president said. Quot in what we have done to promote National recovery at Home to extend the hand of the Good neighbor to the nations of the world to break Down the barriers of Commerce which Divide nation from nation. We Are promoting the cause of peace throughout the world. Inequalities in our social order Call for correction. A True patriotism urges us to build an re n More substantial America where tile Good things of life May be shared by More of us where the social injustices will not be encouraged to flourish. The Many different occupation in our economic and social order can be tied closely together for their Mutual advantage and for the and anlage of Leavenworth terms for two county residents Cape Girardeau. Tad 1 Murphy and Cecil Langford who live in Mississippi county. Arkansas. But who were caught with two stills just Over the state line in Dunklin county Missouri were sentenced to two years in Leavenworth prison and fluid $100 each by judge c. B. Davis in Federal court Here tuesday. Henry m Denton 23, of near Caruthersville Drew a year and a Day in Leavenworth prison and was fined $100 when he admitted that he forged the name of lits brother to a government pay Check last May. Beaton Aioli world racers Boult e Hlf m. Landon Auto maker says nation has had All the new Deal it can stand up a Henry presidential Laridon to Detroit oct 14 Ford endorsed the candidacy of Alf m. Day. The automobile manufacture who in the Early Days of the Roosevelt administration spectacularly and successfully resisted tiie aka said that the United Stales had had enough of the new Deal a about All the country can his statement of endorsement. Came the Day after governor Lim j Don visited him at his Home at i Dearborn. The nominee was he get on his Campaign tour speaking j last night. Pointing out that he met gov i error Bandon for the first Lime i yesterday. Ford said a i gained three distinct im-1 press ions of him first he is exceptionally Well informed and has had experience along Many lines second he is Able to speak by mind in the Frank est possible Way a he is open and holiest Iii los opinions third he Kows whee he stands because he has though things urges blockade of Portugal to t makes proposal Ewers Madrid fenders Lake offensive to do m of to to. Russia. It la ill i Russia in a not to the no intervention committee in London Lins proposed a virtual naval blockade of Portugal to prevent six a Hents of War. Applies a fun in it was revealed officially tonight Chickasaw special to Paragould announced w i Mclurkin superintendent of Blytheville Sehi Al -. Announced today that a Chickasaw special train will leave Here Friday afternoon at 5 15 of clock Over the Cotton Pelt for Paragould where the both Evillo Chicks and Pnra Ould bulldogs play Brid to night Hie train will depart from tile Cutten belts West main Street crossing near tile Grade school. Round trip tickets Tor Hie special went on Sale at the High school Here this afternoon and will be on Sale at drug stores in the business District tomorrow morning. The Price is 80 cents flour Mills to a mid Pacific Pylon fitting for round the world air racers is this display of lights Kiki Beach in tile Harbor of Honolulu Hawaii. The photo made at a recent army the Placid Waters of the Pacific with Honolulu buildings in the background. Here liners flying from Manila were scheduled to land with rival american newspaper their last water hop in a race around the world. Over tamed win Celebration shows the Clipper air reporter. In Kin 1 san Francisco Campaign gifts two i ii j ii reek when College girls slime political Biol to democratic fund y Bailey with president i half Rock. Ark., oct. 14 up members of the attorney general a staff Here today said that they had been informed Carl Bailey democratic gubernatorial nominee had boarded the presidential special train in St. Louis a�h1 u could travel to Chicago with j president Roosevelt. Bailey left Little Rock sundae i will go Down the line for Carn Robeli. Mo., and then joined democratic National commit teonian Brooks Hays in St. Louis i where both had been invited to i join the presidential party. Bailey according to original plans will leave the party in Chicago tonight and continue East to Washington where he will attend a banquet Friday night of the Arkansas society in the National capital. Or Roosevelt its Secretary Decla res Northampton. Mass. Gel. 14 up a of Licius of exclusive chairman Wilson a noun Kmil la Oleyy invest ated today a a Campus political riot in which two pcs new contributions girls were injured and pictures it president Roosevelt were torn nearly 400 girls Many i rom wealthy socially prominent Tam Hies engaged in a tree for All on the Campus last night when ii Val publican and democratic student factions clashed following a Street Parade. During tile Melee one Young woman had a tooth knocked out. Another was kicked in the Stom Ach. College their names. An elderly the fray on publican group retired verge o collapse. Witnesses said the riot develop several Hundred dollars in additional contributions to the democratic National Campaign fund. Bringing the total raised in the i Chickasawba District of Mississippi i count above $0,000. Was announced today by sheriff c. H Wilson Campaign fund chairman for this District of the county. The Chickasaw districts quota is $7 500 and any who desire to help r Ach it Are invited by or Wilson Send their contributions to him to the courier news. More Money needed authorities withheld to or woman the Side who joined of the by on tile Complete quickly As today by Luton v Pem Scot Farmers ask changes in soil program Caruthersville. at a meeting of Farmers of Pem Scot county for the purpose of drafting recommendations relative to changes in the soil conservation program for 1937, the following ? recommendations were made arid have been prepared for forwarding to the state committee according to county agent m. D. Am bin Gey that the base for 1937 be a certain percentage of crop land for each and every farm in the county that no deduction made for planting enough Corn to Supply feed for the farm pre a video Corn is not sold through livestock that soy Beans in Corn be Given a 50 percent credit As a soil conserving crop provided Beans Are pastured or risked under that no maximum soil building payment be fixed but payment be made for All that is earned and that soil building payments be materially increased in 1937, a to 1x2 new York Cotton new York. Get. Ii up new York oct. 14 up tammany Hall is submerging its grudges against the new Deal i and according to Burt stand Secretary of the organization is working with its allies to give president Roosevelt a pig plurality i in new York City which May be the Battleground for the National 1 election. J As new York City goes or rather As its democratic majority goes so goes the state with its important Block of 47 electoral votes both Republican and democratic i leaders have admitted that Nev. York state May prove to be the 1 crucial one in the november dec a j Hon. There have been reports in in i cent weeks that tammany still j resentful Over what it considers unfriendly acus by the Admmis-1 traction was contemplating Quot emf Inge the president at the polls in november either by keeping its \ voting strength at Home or by bpm having the vote cast against Roosevelt. Quot this is not True a stand said today. Quot we Are going Down tile line for Roosevelt and Hope to give him the biggest majority in an Appeal to county a quota Assi lie Quot As received Iff Wilson from state chairman. Or Scott enclosed a a Telegram from James Ley National chairman basis of which Mississippi tvs quota was increased the missile a Scott. De when 150 members of the Smith College democratic club swung into the Parade ahead it the Republican group it 250. Which was on its Way to a g. Cd p. Rally. But a student who identified herself Only As a member of the democratic club denied this. Bile said the fight was started by the republicans after the Campus riot in which members of the Republican group charged into their democratic rival and Tore a Down banners bearing the presidents picture members of the democratic faction went to the Republican rally awl booed the speakers. Among the speakers were Henry Cabot Lodge or. Republican candidate for United states senator and John w. Haigis. Republican candidate for governor. Attack of Bel l Ines with the loyalist army West of a stud. Get. 14 i up loyalist volunteers exhibiting a new discipline and a new spirit ripped h Dav into the rebel lines West of Madrid and it was believed in important Victory was Timmin it it. A general offensive opened with tin attack on naval Peral 37 Miles Northwest of Madrid the at ply cd j o a. Tack was carried southward with add i i Hof Lua i to 11ul, individual assaults on the Reb. Lim at several Points when Forcemeats arrive the fall of san Martin seemed a matter of hours. Insurgent losses there were reported heavy and their position was reported As untenable. That the Madrid govt rement attaches great importance to the Tensive was made Clear by the massing it re enforcements All along the 20-mile front volunteers from Madrid Tough looking men from the local mountains. Ranging All tile Way from men of 70 Odd years to beardless boys were thrown into the tight. Him to sunday by Haury Vav. Frantz United press staff correspondent pan american airways station. Furru Guam. Thursday Ort 15 a Hie Hawaii Clipper carrying h. R. Skins of the new York w rid Telem a in and other Scripps Ltd Quot Ned newspapers on a race in end the world in commercial it ire in it. To brr on regular air is wits ready to t Ike off at i copy of a far on the coun of r o in $10.ooo to $15 000. Evenly divided Between the two districts of the county in keeping with a increase Iii the state quota Quot on account of the Many Mauds by Iii Quot made noon the tical committee to offset tremendous Campaign fund our opponents we have Cotton closed steady. Open High Low close get 1206 1215 1205 1208 dec 1202 1211 1200 1200 Jan 1202 1205 1194 1196 March 12c4 1212 1201 1201 Mav 1208 1214 1202 1202 july 1204 1208 1195 1195 spot closed steady at 1245, up eight. Harvard group for f. I. R. Boston oct. 14 it up it prof Felix Frankfurter member of tile administrations original Quot brain Trust Quot and 80 of his Harvard colleagues have endorsed president i Roosevelt for reelection according to a statement issued by the Massachusetts progressive committee the endorsement was quoted As follows we. The undersigned judging Franklin d. Roosevelt both by his Concrete achievements and by the spirit of constructive liberalism which has guided him declare our intention of supporter him for re election to the Donatio of been Coli de to increase our budget considerably in order to make effective answer to the false and misleading propaganda which our opponents Are endeavouring to fired the country with a Farley wired. We ale confident that i if you explain our needs to the splendid and Loyal members of 1 the finance organization you have i set up they will respond. We Are de ply appreciative of what you have accomplished so far and tile i Way the people of your state 1 have responded to the support j of the National committee is an inspiration to All of us Here it new contributions contributions in addition to those i announced yesterday follow o w it c of b f. Mcc Ute Hen in Caldwell Smith. Gay. Spot average is 12.20 the average Price of 7-8 Inch middling Cotton on tile ten designated spot markets today was 12.20, according to the Blytheville Board of Trade new words vie for honors Boston up a new words vied for honors at tile joint convention of the National puzzlers league and the american cryptogram association. Words approved by the educational committee Are sent to the dictionary makers with the request that they be included in tile latest unabridged dictionaries. Armour Sparks. Morse and Kirshner e. M. Terry. Or k v. Hill. Tom Little. Lur a Mays. C. A. Taut. H l Reynolds de Rice. T. E. Tate. V. R Dixon. W e. He.Sale$50 00 50.00 25 00 25 00 25.00 25 00 25 00 15.00 15.00 15 00 10 00 500 5 00 4 of 2 50 i 00 Texas company buys five service stations the Texas company has purchased the business property in this Vicinity owned by f. In Joyner local agent it a announced today or. Joyner said the Deal included five service stations one on Ash Street in Blytheville and others at Dell. Leachville Joiner and the Arkansas Missouri state line. The Texaco bulk Plant at Joiner was also included in the Purchase. C. Modinger of new Orleans who has been connected with the Texas company for the past 20 years has been appointed local agent or Joyner said he does not plan to leave Blytheville but will continue to engage in business Here the Texaco service station located at the Corner of main and fifth streets was not affected by the Deal. It was recently bought by Buff Jones of Meridian miss. Ami will continue under his operation. Other concerns buy Webb lumber company the Jesse Webb lumber company has been purchased by tile Ether three lumber companies of Blytheville f c Robinson. Arkmo and East Arkansas builders Supply it was announced today. The firms purchased of y the Stock of merchandise which will be moved to to other Yards immediately the Webb Yard will no longer be operated. Or Webb established the business almost two years ago when he returned Here from Memphis where he had resided for several years l individual solution p ownership no or i e n a n i Pohlem says Union $50 for reckless driving squad a the Quot a squad of crime. Form a Quot. And working police heu quart ers 8 squad members Are All Young athletes highly trained in the analysis of crime since the squad went into action have taken to cover. I ton has Boston up is ridding Baston de a few months in shift out of criminals Donald Stewart was fined $50 in municipal court this morning on a charge of reckless driving. Three men were fined for operating cars without proper licenses but All fines were suspended. The defendants were Harry o Johnson h. L Buck and l. T. Ellis. T w Griffin was fined $10 for Public drunkenness and Given a to j Day jail sentence the latter being i suspended i buyers Are acquiring District i 7�?Ts holdings Northwest of Here agricultural development of a considerable tract of new land in the Vicinity of Gosnell and Calumet. A few Miles Northwest of Blytheville. Is in Prospect As the result of sales that Are being made by drainage District 17 j w Meyer Engineer for the District said today that he had already disposed of 1.400 acres of the districts holdings at $15 per acre and that la was confident 3 too acres More would be sold within j the next 30 Days the land which i the District has sold and is now offering for Sale is All outside the big Lake meander line. Some 15.-000 acres which the District owns inside the meander line will not be offered for Sale. Or Meyer said As it is insufficiently drained for agricultural pure oses since the District began Selling its land several weeks ago or. Meyer has disposed of about 3,800 acres for approximately $58,000 the land sold included the last of the districts holdings in the Buffalo Creek Milligan Ridge area in the West part of the county the Gosnell Calumet lands. Or Meyer said will be the immediate beneficiaries of a $75,000 rehabilitation program which the District will undertake As soon As refunding of its bonded debt now in Progress is completed ditches in that area will be cleaned out and deepened assuring adequate drainage. Most of the Gosnell Calumet lands it appears will go to Small Farmers who plan to develop farm Homes for themselves. Two Mississippi men however have contracted for 1.000 acres which it is understood they plan to improve and then offer for Sale in Small tracts Memphis. Get 14 it up it the Southern tenant Farmers Union today condemned Federal and other efforts to Ald worthy tenants gradually to become Home owners and set Forth communal groups or collective ownership As the Only in ans to solve the Cotton Field problem the Union s views were contained in a 31-Page supplement to a previous statement on farm tenancy. Presented to the Arkansas tenancy commission several week ago the supplement contained 16 specific recommendations. The recommendations followed a demand for enforcement of state and Federal a Alvine tenant Quot the rights dignities and privileges to which they As citizens Are the Union reiterated charges of terrorism and abridgement of rights of free speech and Assembly in Eastern Arkansas. Quot the entire Structure on which the tenancy commission Federal government and other agencies Hope to Correct the tenant problem will inevitably the Union said Quot unless first the rights of citizens Are respected immediately a la Quot n today for far ahead of York newspaper Kilgallen of the and Leo Klenin Wake Island. Two other new writers Dorothy new York journal of the new York to distributors decision May Render Federal a a Windfall tax ineffective Minneapolis. Mum. Oct 14 up jobbers and distributors will receive millions of dollars in impounded processing taxes As tile result of action taken or announced today by several of the worlds flour milling companies. The announcement of general Mills inc., that it would return More than $11,900,000 to customers was followed by similar announcements from the Pillsbury Mills and Russell milling company. Other major milling companies Are sex i pee Ted to follow suit the taxes collected by the Mills i under the agricultural adjustment 1 act. Never were turned into the government because of the supreme courts decision which invalidated the act. It was hinted Here that packing companies also holding tens of million of dollars in impounded processing taxes also will make pay int. Offers to their customer. The repayments will relieve the companies of payment of the Federal Windfall tax assessed in an Effort to reclaim for the government the huge sums left in the hands of processors under the supreme court decision processors would not comment on the status of jobbers and distributors filing claims and receives payments and the eventual disposal of the sums involved. Object to smoke and dust from Cotton Gin Rimes. Ekins was due in Wake ate today in Hawaii tomorrow in san Francisco sunday and n new York it 9am k s t it monday. Miss Khz Allen and Kiernun were due in Manila this morning on the Dollar line Steamer president Pierce and planned to take Ute China Clipper on which this it i re Ponder t is flying w Ith other newspaper men to Manila on its return voyage to tile United state. Joseph Blain catching Dies at Home near Bassett Bassett. Ark Joseph Blain catching died monday night at his Home near Bassett following a heart attack. He was 49 years old. A member of a family which for four generations has played a leading part in the mercantile and agriculture i South Mississippi moved to Bassett he was a member fist Church a thirty second degree Mason and a Shriner a activities of or. Catching two years ago of the Metho a thirty second and a Shriner graduate of the University of Mississippi lie had been admitted to the Mississippi bar. Or catching is survived by his widow Genevieve Stewart catching. Two Sisters. Mrs. I n Ellis. Hazelhurst miss., and mrs. R. H. Allen Georgetown. Miss., and two Brothers Charles b. Colorado Springs col., and Archibald Steele of Bassett. Burial will be at the family cemetery near Georgetown. New Orleans c Otton three ask divorces new Orleans oct 14 up a Cotton Gaffer 3 to 9 Points for the Day. With heavy foreign and Domestic Trade buying absorbing the hedge sales oct dec Jan March May july 8 pots seven. Open 1205 1198 1194 1202 1203 1199 closed High 1210 1206 1199 1208 1209 1202 Teav Low 1205 1197 1194 i 197 1197 1193 close 1201b i 197 1190b 1197 i i 197 1193 at 1242, up1 a baby a head and eyes should always be protected from the direct sunlight. Closing Stork prices new York Chi 14 up a the Stock Market today resumed its Advance after profit taking Iii leading issues. Trading quieted to the lightest level since get. I Chicago wheat divorce suits have been filed in chancery court Here by three residents of the Manila Community. Mrs Oolite Snell grass is asking a divorce from Coy Snell grass. Robert a West Manila is her attorney Clay Lott is seeking a divorce from Dixie Lott and Goldie Pierce is seeking a divorce from Jackson Pierce. R. S Hudson of Manila is attorney for both plaintiffs. Old timers play accordion St Blairsville o up a two Brothers. Theodore and Albert Greenwood. 84 and 81, respectively provided violin and accordion music at their family reunion. Livestock dec Muy dec May open 115 1-2 114 3-4 High 117 1-8 116 1-4 Low 115 1-2 114 1-2 close 116 3-4 115 5-8 Chicago Corn open 95 90 1-4 High 95 3-8 90 1-2 Low 94 3-4 89 3-4 close 95 1-4 1-4 East St. Louis 111 oct. 14 up a hogs receipts 6,000. Top. 10.35. 170-240 lbs to 15-10 30. 140-160 �s., 8 85-10 to. Bulk sows 8.85-9 25. Cattle receipts 3,500. Steers 8.50-9 65. Slaughter steers 5 50-8 of mixed yearlings and heifers 4 50-9.75. Slaughter heifers 4.00-4.75, beef cows 3.00-3,75. Or and mrs. J. H. Henderson have filed suit in chancery court against tile l. R Matthews Gin company of Yarbro. Asking of $2,900 and seeking to have an alleged nuisance in of iteration of a Cotton Gin by the company abated or and mrs. Henderson who live on pro Jerry adjoining the Gin site charge that the operation of the Gin a created a nuisance by the emission of dust lint smoke and obnoxious doors and by noise of operation. They allege that the Gin company has not properly controlled other operations such As the blowing of Cotton and that the seed House is improperly screened. Operation of the Gin in such a manner has caused sickness and has Impi ired their health and damaged the value of their Homestead the Henderson claim. Neill Reed is attorney for the plaintiffs. Three die in Florida air plane crash today Jacksonville. Fla., oct. 14 up three men were killed when a Wing of their air plane collapsed and plunged the ship to Earth near Hilliard flu., to Day the dead were Ralph u. Green 35, real estate operator and sportsman Bert Mcclellan 45, garage owner and Robert Bond real estate Salesman All of Daytona Beach. Fla. Lepanto City marshal badly bruised in Accident Lepanto arks Jay May City marshal of Lepanto was severely bruised tuesday when a truck hic him and dragged him for 30 feet. May weighing Over 200 pounds was dragged on his Back. His in in his hip pocket did not go off. Both his shoes were torn off his feet. The marshal had gone into the country accompanied by night marshal Jimmie Statler to investigate the whereabouts of a Man. They had stopped to make inquiries. May a standing near the car and Statler remained within. Tile truck Side swiped the car. Demolishing it but Static was unhurt. Animals of the Deer family such As Elk Moose and Reindeer have Antlers and shed diem regularly. Cattle Buffalo and Antelope have horns. Weather Arkansas generally fair tonight and thursday. Memphis and Vicinity fair tonight and thursday Little change Iii temperature. The maximum temperature Here yesterday was 80. Minimum 48, Clear according to Samuel of Norris official weather observer

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