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Amendment No. 24 to Relieve County Judge of Probate Case First of Associated Press Series Reviewing Act and Amendment Proposals for November Election (Editor's Note: Tills Is (he first of it scries of articles explaining the various Initiated nml referred acts and amendments to be voted on nt the November general election.) Amendment No. 24. LITTLE HOCK.—(/?')•—In Arkansas the county judge is the executive head of his political sub-division insofar as the spending of public funds is Bccnu.se public spending on public concerned. Jonesboro, Hope Clash Tops State Prep Grid Games Undefeated Records of Both Teams at Stake Here Friday LITTLE ROCK AT SPA Camden Panthers to Invade Pine Bluff; Chicks at Paragould LITTLE ROCK, Ark.—(/P)—For the second straight week four games within the Arkansas high school footbnl conference headline the state's prei gridiron program next, Friday. But with the passible exception of tlv Jonesboro invasion of Hope, none o the cmbroglios will grip fan intcrcs as have the conference struggles the past three weeks when Pine Bluff North Little Rock and Little Rock dc flated the Blythcville bubble. The Jonesboro Hurricane and Fo; Mammon's Hope Bobcats arc in th nil-win column of the confcrenc .standings by virtue of a single victory each. Two weeks ago the Hurrican defeated Hot Springs and the Bobcat romped over Clarksvillc. Last wee they played outside the conference. Tnc results of all games have been impressive but their opposition hasn't. Ranking close to the top of the program will be the North Little Rock- Fort Smith game at the border city. The North Sidcrs have tied two and won one in the conference. The Fort Smith Griz/lcs fell before Pine Bluff's attack two weeks ago. Last week the Grizzlies dumped Okmulgcc, Okla., 19-0 while the Wildcats were being held to a humiliating 1-1 tic by Forrest City. Little Hock's Tigers, who showed all kinds of power and a not-too- flimscy defense Friday in whipping Blythevillc 33-21, will go to Hot Springs where the Spa Erojans have shown little, if anything that would indicate they might topple the Tigers. Hot Springs almost won its second game of the season Friday at El Dorado when it battled the oil city lads to, a 6-6 tie. The fourth conference struggle takes place at Pine Bluff when Camden makes its circuit debut against the thus-far class of the loop Zebras. The "" Stripped Mules galloped to a 33-0 victory over Fordycc for the third conference win last week while Camden was winning its first game of the -season 25-7 over Tcxavkana. Other games involving conference teams: Blythevillc at Paragould. Russcllvillc at Paris. Bcnton at home with Bauxite. Fordyce at Malvern. Clarksvillc at home with Mansfield. Forrest City at home with Marianna. El Dorado at Texarkana. woks involves the exercise of busi ess judgment, the average county udgc or seeker after that office goes Before the ellctoralc biemtially with a joast of his business ability. The qualities necessary for a good Usinosa can do not include legal train ng and many a county judge, upon election to office, has had no more han a passing acquaintance with the 'incr poinli- of law. But Ihc county udgc in Arkansas, under the prcsen constitution, is ex-officio judge of pro- jale court. Mutters of probate include the handing of wills, estates of deceased persons, executors, administrators, gunr clians, and person.-) ofun.soundm.ilK und their estates. The probate judgi is called upon to decide issues of law and fact arising in causes of proceed ings with in the jurisdiction of hi court. This business of turning over some times intricate legal questions to a non legal authority frequently drew ccn Hope Star WEATHER. Arfca».s«s— Fair Monday niyhl and Tuesday. VOLUME 89—NUMBER 312 HOPE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1938 PRICE 5c COPY BALKAN CHIEF sure. The 1937 general assembly de cidcd that the easiest way to solve th matter would be to amend the const! ution so that such affairs would be handled only by legally qualified jurists. So tlic Icgislatur referred to the people proposed' constitutional Amendment No. 24. Thi samcndmcnt takes probate questions from the county judges and turns them over to the chancery four. Judges in chancery serve six year terms and are required to trained attorneys. Ap- |x>als from the probate court, once- placed under the jurisdiction of the chancellors, would be direct to the supreme court. The proposed amndmcnt drew virtually no opposition in the legislature, has been approved by a number of organizations, incuding most recently the Republican state convention. Col. Lindbergh Is Flayed by Russia in British Dispute Charged With Belittling Soviet Air Strength, Aiding Nazis BUT UNCONFIRMED American Accused of Influencing British Stand on Czechs Two of November Bomb Blanks Camerman's Mind—But He Gets Picture Ballot Titles Are Reviewed by Court MOSCOW. Russia-W')—Soviet Russia's leading airmen Monday solemnly denounced Col. Charles A. Lindbergh in a statement accusing him of spreading lies about the Soviet air strengtl to give Prime Minister Chamberlain o: Great Britain arguments for the surrender of Czechoslovakia. (The Soviet statement apparently arose from unverified reports in two Arkansas vs. Texas LITTLE ROCK, Ark.-l/Vi—Three of Arkansas' collegiate football representatives will travel far and wide this week in the share of a .six-game slate grid program which includes a Southwest conference match here and two intra-statc games. Recuperated by a two weeks rest from their upset 12-C victory over the New Mexico Stale Teachers at La.s Cruces, the Arkansas State Teachers College Bears from Conway will take lo the rails again for another fat-western jaunt. They will meet the Fresno State College team, their Christina opponents last winter, at Fresno, Calif Saturday. . The Ouachita College Tigers, als idle last week, will go to San Antonio Texas, for a bout with the St. Mary' College team and the Arkansas Slat College Indians, victories over th University of Tennessee Junior Co Icgc 7-C last week, will leave the Jonesboro topee for a trip to Carbondale, 111., where they meet the Southern Illinois Normal eleven, Saturday. The Monlicello Aggies, after a one week layoff, will go to Conway Friday night for a game with llendrix, which dropped a 14-0 to the Cape Girarleau, Mo., Teachers last Friday. The Henderson Suite Teachers College Reddics of Arkadelphia, 6-0 victims of Stephen F. Austin College last week, will go to Russeville next Friday for a game with Arkansas Tech s Wonder Boys who held the Pitlsburg, Kansas, Teachers to a 0-0 deadlock Friday. The Southwest Conference game here pits the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, who dropped a 9-6 decision Saturday to Baylor University of Texas Longhorns, 13-0 victims of Okla homa University. Eligibility Probe Here Is Finished L. M. Goza, AAA Chairman, Completes Action Hope Grid Case L. M. Goza of Arkndclphia, president of the Arkansas Athcltic Association, said Sunday night he had completed his investigation of the status of Hope High School football players and no further action would be taken. Roy Taylor, Jimmy ' Daniels and Tommy Samuels, regulars on the team, were ruled ineligible last week by Mr. Goza The association president exonerated Hope school officials and said he received their cooperation. The athletes were ruled out because it svas established Ihcy had no legal residence at Hope.. Miss Beryl Henry, superintendent of Hope .schools, who has had direct supervision of the school's athletic department since Hope was supcnded for using ineligible players two years go, .said the boys entered school as ransfer students from a town in Texas She went to their homos and found >arcnts of the players there and said he parents had attended football games this season. When the fathers of the boys were inable to find work in Hope, they re- lurned lo their former positions in Texas last week. Mr. Goza said he found the mothers and other relatives Vatican in Protest ROME, Italy.— (/I 3 ) —L'Osscrvalor Romano, Vatican newspaper, Monday protested against the "outrageous attack" made by n Viennese crowd Saturday against the palace of Theodore Cardinal Innitzcr, archbishop of Vienna. Joseph Bucrckel, Reichsfuelu-er Hitler's commissioner for Austria, planned at Vienna to investigate personally the stirring sermon preached by the cardinal last riday and the subsequent Nazi riots in which the cardinal was injured. Refunding Measure, Rotenberry Pension Act Under Attack DECISION IN WEEK Thomas J. Mooney Lose: Appeal Before U. S. Supreme Court LITTLE ROC— W)~ Opposing coun scl in the suit attacking the ballot title of proposed constitutional amendmon No. 28, dcsignc dto refund the state' 143-million-dolIar bond debt, told th Arkansas Supreme Court Monday tha the measure would prevent reductio of cither the state gasoline or automo bile taxes until the entire is paid. The court listened to arguments o .his and on another suit attacking th proposed Rotcnberry old age pensio net's initiated pcittion until after noon hen look both under submission fo irobablc ruling next Monday. Reject Mooney Appeal WASHINGTON. — W) — The United States Supreme Court refused Monday to review Thomas J. Mooney's latest appeacl for release from San Quetin penitentiary where he is serving a life sentence for complicity in the 1916 Preparedness day parade bombing in San Francisco. London newspapers that Lindbergh had been critical of the Soviet air force. (Lindbergh has made no comment on the reports. He and Mrs. Lindbcrgl look off in their plane from LcBourgc airport, Frynce, Minriay, and airpor officials said they were bound fo Berlin. (His visit to Russia figured in "1 guarded statement during the House of Commons debate last Thursday. Ellen Wilkinson, Laboritc, said that "in- flucnlial people" had told Chancellor Hitler that in no circumstances would Britain fight for Czechoslovakia, and added that "it is a very serious tiling that when a very primincnt American irman" was being launched by these ciple "they assured him it was im- wssible for this country to do any- hing" because Germany's air force vas "better than the Russia, British nd French combined.") The Moscow statement was signed jy 11 Soviet airmen, including the civil vialion chief, Vasily Molokoff. Published in the Communist party icwspapcr Pravda, the statement called Lindbergh a "stupid liar, a lackey ind a flatterer of the German Facists." of the three players at Hope. He said he was convinced that the boys had played no football game for which they were ineligible. Ho denounced the practice of "moving entire families from one town to another so their children could plaj football," but said it was caused over-enthusiastic fans and was fault of school officials. Under the rules of the association the fact that a pupil transfers Iron one district to another docs not mak him eligible for athletics unless hi Two Negro Trials Heard on Monday $600 Judgment for Personal Injuries in Emmet Shooting Two negro trials had been con pletcd and a Ihird one was in progress as Hempstcad circuit court recessed a noon Monday al Hope cily hall. The Irials brought out a large crowi of negro spectators who packed th bancony and overflowed into the mai courtroom. The results: John Lcc Brown, negro youth, wa convicted by a jury on a charge o stealing a bicycle owned by Mr. Charles West and was sentenced to year in prison Milas Hawkins, negro, was convicte \iy a jury and sentenced to two yeai in the penitentiary on a charge Chief of Staff of Bulgarian Army Is Assassin's Target Assassin, Believed to Be Macedonian, Kills General in Street COMMITS SUICIDE General's Aide Critically Wounded Riding at Chiefs Side SOFIA, Bulgaria— : —General Ivan Peeff, 70, chief of staff of. the Bulgarian army, was shot and killed in the street Monday by a man believed to be a Macedonian. Major Stoyanoff, aide accompanying the general, was badly wounded. No reason for hte slaying was known. (A Focia dispatch to Havas, -the French news agency, said trie assassin committed suicide after the attack.) The assassin's name was given by police at Stoiu Yossiphoff. These'two pictures of a demonstration bombing attack at Chattanooga, Tcnn., were snapped within a few seconds of each other but the cameraman- remembers taking only the first one. Photographer William Davis of the Chattanooga News snapped the picture, left above, of Major Al Williams flying over the target building, quickly changed plates for the next "shot." Davis got the picture of Major Williams' direct hit, right, but he doesn't remember taking it. When the bomb exploded something snapped in. his head. When his brain cleared, Davis .found he had made the picture, pulled the plate holder from the camera and waded, two creeks in a mad scramble to safety. Wallace Raises Process Tax Issue Would Subsidize Cotton Rather Than Increase Loans on It Church Attacked VIENNA, Austria—l/l'l—A milling A Thought No man is prosperous whose im- morlalily is forfeited.—H. W. Bccchcr. Two gentlemen who were dining al fresco in the capital of Morocco were charigned to discover lhal their bouillabaisse had been allowed to grow cold. How were the gentlemen dining, in what city, and what had grown cold? AIISHT, on Classified J'a)fc. parents move into the new district. Mr. Goza announced that a mcclin of the Executive Committee would b held at the Hotel Marion, in Littl Rock, November 3. Matters regardin eligibilily can be presented then h said. The regular meeting if th Governing Board will be held in Littl Rock, November4, during the regular meeting of the Arkansas Education Association. New legislation to be dis- usscd at the meeting should be sub- iltcd to the president at least 15 days cforc the time so each member fo le governing Ixjard will have a chance i review it before the meeting, Mr. oza said. Schools were warned that Monday i the deadline for registration with \c association. Member schools are arrcd from competing wiht non- nembers. Players not registered with he association by midnight tonight will be ineligible to compete in football this season unless special per- nLssion is granted, Mr. Goza suid. Given Life Term on Kidnap Charge John Couch, 23, Sentenced for Seizing Couple at St. Louis MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — l/Ti - Joh Couch, 23, was sentenced lo life 'in prisonment Monday for kidnaping a S Louis couple and leaving them bounc near Champlin, Minn., before flecii to a north wods hide-out. throng Sunday night packed St. Stephen's place where Na'/.is Saturday night rioted and stoned the palace of Theodore Cardinal Innit/x-r, 62 archbishop of Voinna, injuring {lim and a canon. Boys and grils of the Hitler Youth movement marched repeatedly past St. Stephen's cathedral beating drums while evening services were being conducted. Later they sang war songs and shouted in chorus: •\Vhtre docs Innitzcr belong? Dr- (Continued on Page Three) II costs about ?75 a year on the average to keep a pupil in school in the United Suites, MIND Your MANNERS T. M- Reg. V.-S. P»t OS. Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following .questions, then checking against the authoritative answer* below: 1. How should one introduce his parents? 2. Ls it bcller to say "This is my brother" than "Tins is- my brother- in-law" when shaking of u sister's husband? 3. May a, young wife call her husband's parents by their first names? •J, When a relative's name is dif- frent from one's own, may it be mentioned in an introduction? 5. Should a wife continually refer to her husband as "he"? What you do if— You take a slrunger inlo u large room filled with people — (at Introduce him to each person, one right after the other'.' <b> Introduce him to a small group, talk a tew minutes, and then move on to another group'. 1 lc) Skip introductions? Answers 1. AJS "My mother" or "My father" not us Mrs. Brown ur Mr. Brown. 2. No. It is usually Ijullcr to give the real relationship. 3. If they iisk her to. 4. Yes. 5. No. Best "What Would You Do" so- lution—ibi. burglary »nd grand larceny. Carlton Todd, negro, entered a pie of guilty to burglary and grand lat ceny. He had not been formally sentenced at noon. Testimony was being heard in the case of Dierks Holt, negro, charged with carnal abuse, as court recessed at noon. Eliza Holt, negro girl, ap- >carccl on the stand as the alleged vic- lim and testified aP the star witness for the state. Just what cases were to bo heard during the afternoon was undetermined at noon. A jury last Friday returned a verdict awarding Eugene Blackwood white youth of Emmet, $600 for personal injuries in a civil case against A. M. Brooks of near Emmet. The Blackwood youth was shot a.s he and several companions were hunting frogs at a pond near Emmet. Brooks faees ;i criminal charge in connection with the case und is expected to go to trial later on a charge of assault with intent to kill. Municipal court was not in session Monday, all cases being set for Mon- duy of next week. AFL Asks Revision of the Labor Law Also Votes to Oppose Confirmation of Commissioner Smith HOUSTON, Texas—</!')—The American Federation of Labor voted for a congressional amendment to the Wagner Labor act Monday, and ordered its cadcr.sh.ip to oppose senate confirmation of President Roosevelt's reappoint- mcnt of Donald Wakefield Smith to the National Labor Rrelations Board. Without a dissenting vote, the delegates approved resolutions committee reports calling for nine revisions in the labor law to curb the discretionarj power of the board. Membership Drive forP.-T.A.Begins Annual Campaign for Nev* Members All This Week The Hope Parent-Teacher assocallon has set aside the week of October 10-15 a.s the date for its annual membership dripe. A special committee headed by King Kong'Kelly to Present Award Will Present Saenger's Gold Trophy to Bruner- Ivory Team Ed "King Kong" Kelly, nationally- tnown Softball pitcher, will present he Saenger theater's gold trophy to he Bruner-Ivory team here Tuhrsday night on the Saenger stage. It was Kelly who eliminated the Bru- icr-Ivory team in the semi-finals ol the state tournament at Little Rock the past season. The trophy award to the Bruner team is for the city league championship of Hope. Kelly will be interviewed on tlv Saenger stage by Erl W. Erion of Hope district Softball commissioner. Kellj also will tell of his 18 years of experi cncc as a Softball pitcher, the remark able hurling record he has made an will do much pitching on the Saenge stage. Kelly joined the Internationl Har vtser team, state champons, at th close of the past season and journey t Chicago where he hurled the Littl Rock team lo Ihe finals for naliona honors at Soldiers Field, only to b beaten in the final game by a one-ru margin. The Bruner-lvory team will be dressed in their uniforms when the J* of C. Drive hr Hope Continued A dditional M emberships in Annual Campaign Announced Free Vaudeville at City HallTuesday Public Is Invited to Free Show Beginnig at 8 o'Clock Tuesday night at 8 o'clock on the stage of the Hope municipal auitorium a free vaudeville show will be given A Verger school colored chorus will .sing a group of songs. This will be followed by a soft shoe tap by Mary Ann Lite ajid MJSS Plionae Fuller; n marionette featuring "Old Colored Mac" and "Little Topsy" will next. Then a solo by J. Paul Thompson of Foj-l Smith, followed b.v a G.vpsj ballet by Miss Phenuc Fuller. Next is a tumbling act. pu-sc-nU-d b> Robert Marks of Monlicello; Mr. OUn Mrs. Claude Nunn will contacl all in- U'restod persons. The Hope P. T. A. has four units, Brookwood, Oglesby, Paisley and the high school organizations which arc operated under the P. T. A. City Coun-| cii. Some of the objections of the Parent-Teacher Association are: 1. To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, church and community. 2. To raise the standards of home life. 3. To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and outh. t.To bring into closer relation the lome and the .school that parents ami cachet's may co-operate intelligently n the training of the child. 5. To develop between educators id Iho general public such united rf orts as will .secure for every child Ihe lighcsl advantages in physical! nienal social und spiritual education. 20 Die iiifrash of Belgian Plane Taylor will next .sing Ao toe waltz follows by Miss Mary Ajm L Marcus Varnell of ingsland will - s u solKo. A one-act play will be prcsi-mcJ b Miss Mildred McCante. C'ommunit singing led Mrs. W. D. Jackson, Slat Music Consultant wil end the even infis entertainment. This program free and the public is cordially invite to utlend. 16 German Passengers, • Belgian Crewmen, Perish in Crash BERLIN. Germany — i/l'i — Sixtec passengers, all Germans, and a Be gian crew of four, were killed Monday when a Bt'lgijui airliner crashed near Soest. in the Ruhr valley, northwestern Germany trophy is presented Thursday night. Training School to Open Here Tuesday Three-Day School for 45 South Arkansas WPA Supervisors On Tuesday, October llth and con- inning until noon Thursday, u training re in Soulli Arkansas will be in prog- chool for the 45 Recreation Supervis- ess at the Capital Hotel. General topics to be discussed will be 'Community Recreational Music" with Mrs. W. D. Jackson, music consultant, tie Rock, as discussion'lcadcr. 'The Amateur Dramatic Field in Recreation," by Dr. E. M. Borders, dra- vuiuc specialist, as leader. Other gen- •ra luipics such as "Community Co- )|xTation, Art, Handicraft,' and other -ul'ji'ct.s pertinent lo the state-wide n-c''eaimn program. In attendance (here will be State Supervisior of Rec- rcatioiiiil Projects Mr. J. H. Cro.ssc.lt Miss Ollic Sandifur, Mrs. Margare LeUig and Mr. J. Paul Thompson SupiTviM>rs> of Regions 1, 33 ami 4. On Tuesday night a free program of i,|mal recreation events will be Riven • ,t the nuuiU'ipa lauditorium and the public is cordially invited to attend. Additional pledges to the Hope Cham- >cr of Commerce were announced Vfonday by R. P. Bowen, secretary, in the annual membership drive which is now underway. The first list of pledges were announced last week. The second report follows: Haynes Brothers 550.0C Arkansas Machine Specialty Co 16.00 C. W. Tarplcy 12.00 W. A. J. Mills 12.00 Lemley &. Lcinley 12.00 Tom Kinser 12.00 G. T. Cross 12,00 Bacon Electric Company 12.00 Robert Wilson 12.00 C. M. Walker 12.00 Crescent Drug Store 12.00 McDowell's Store 12,00 Briant & Company 12.00 Walker's Store 12.00 Hope Transfer Company 12.00 George Ware 12.00 Frank S. Hearnc 12.00 Foy Hammons 12.00 J. M. Houston 12.00 Dale Jones 12.00 F, R. Johnson 12.00 H. O. Kyler 12.00 Dr. L. M. Lilc 12.00 McRae Hardware Company 12.00 Moses Service Station 12.00 Ed McCorkle Printing Co 12.00 Dr. A. J. Neighbours 12.00 Robins Liquor Store 12.00 Stewart's Jewelry Store 12.00 Harry Shiver 12.00 C. C. Spragins 12.00 Dr. Don Smith 12.00 Charlie Thomas 12.00 Roy Anderson 12.00 C. Cook 12.00 P. J. Drake 12.00 Vincent Foster 12.00 Ross Gillespic 12.00 R. M. LaGronc, Jr 12.00 Carter Johnson 12.00 Jack's News Stand 12.00 Agec & Spragins 12.00 O. L. Bowden 12.00 Leon Bundy 12.00 Ralph Bailey 12.00 W. H. Bourne 12.00 Auto Supply Company . • 12.00 N. U. Cassidy 12.00 Coles Ice Cream Company ... 12.00 James William Cantley . . 12.00 Dr. F. C. Crow 12.00 Puggar's 12.00 J. A. Davis Grocery 12.00 Franks Fruit Store 12.00 Clifford Franks 12.00 Gift Shop 12.00 John M. Outline 12.00 R. T. White . . 12.00 Western Auto Associate Store 12.00 Whilten York Furniture Co 12.00 Cecil Wyatt Sen-ice Station 12,00 H. F. Hoclschcr . 10.00 WASHINGTON. — (/P) — Secretary Wallace reiterated in a letter made public over the week-end after the Federal Crop Reporting Board had forecast an unexpectedly large increase in this year's cotton crop, that new processing taxes should be enacted to finance subsidy payments to cot- *„ ;ton growers , •...-•• v "'His letter, addressed tl" Senator Smith (Dem., &,C..), replied to demands' of a group of Sbutheim senators and representives for an additional federal subsidy of three cents a pound on this year's cotton or an increase in the rate o£ federal loans on the crop. Wallace repeated that he preferred subsidy payments to increased loans, which he said would tend to block exports, pile up additional government cotton holdings and tend to bring about complete government operation of the cotton handling, selling and exporting industry.' Without committing himself to the additional three-cent subsidy, he said: "I believe that the cotton farmers' situation is such that they are going to need continuing help from the federal government in the form of payments to supplement their income." Wallace wrote that a tax should be levied on the processing or manufacture of cotton to finance these subsidy payments, so that they would not incrfere with efforts to balance the federal budget. First opportunity to enact the processing tax will be at the next session of Congress, which begins in January, Czechs, Hungarians Decide on Terms T e r ritorial A d j u stment Reached, Avoiding Threat of War KOMAROM, Czechoslovakia, (On the Czecholsolvakia-Hungarian Fontier)— (/P)—Czechoslovakia agreed Sunday night to realize all Hungarian political prisoners in the first agreement to be reached in negotiations with Hungary over the lattcr's territorial and minority claims. An official announcement at the close of the first Czechoslovak-Hungarian conference said that Hungary is to occupy within 24 hours the Czechoslovak part of the border town of Sa- loraljaujhely and tha town of Ipolysag within 36 hours. The Prague govern-, mciit also promised to discharge im- nediately all Hungarian-speaking soldiers from the Czechoslovak army. Experts representing the two governments arc to meet here Monday while the Czechoslovak and Hungarian delegates resume their negotiations. * Diplomats of the two countries opened their sessions on the Czechoslovak side of the Danube river the international dividing line which runs through this town, to solve peaceably Hungary's demands. Kxpurl.s of American farm products for the year ending June 30, 1938. inciv;i."«l 20 per cent over the previous \i'.tr. "The Drunken Parliament" was the title given the Scottish Parliincnt of 1661. There uro about 20 000 administrative officers in the American public school system. Cotton NEW ORLEANS.—l,V>—October col- ton opened Monday at 8,30 Oand closed at 8.S5. Spot cotton opened steady 8 points up, middling 8.45.

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