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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TTIff FVllffTV AWT WtlfOn AY>E*D r\\a »*/-\nfnr»™ *a m *nv * vm . _ . . __ . ^^^^ THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXVII—NX). 201 Blylhevlllo Courier, Hlythcvlllc llcrnld. Blythevllle SDnily News, Mississippi Valley Lender. BLYTHKVILLR, AltKANSAS,nilli,\Y, NOVKMHUU 7, SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS PARTIES TIED FOR CONGRESS CONT ----- ——— ——_—,—_< All Amendments Beaten, Is Indication County Farm and Agricultural Agents May Be Issues Before Justices. The quorum conn of Mississippi county will hold its annual session at. Osccolu Monday, November 10 to make appropriations for exjwn-' MS of the county government during the fiscal year beginning No\- etnbar I2tli. County Judge George \V. Barham has called tlic meeting tor 10 o'clock. Monday morning at the Osceola courthouse and n large at- U'lHlpiice o£ the justices of peace of the various townships, who are by virtue of their offices members of ilie court, i: expected. Harrison .May Appear Aside from the usual appropriations necessary for the running cx- (lliioagouii Tells World He Doesn't Like Automobile CHICAGO, Nov. 7. (UP)—P. S. Hcmlrlcks disliked very much Iliej automobile he paid $5.000 for last April. pi ...I | C • | I | He attempted to induce the com- Umich and bocial Leader pimv tlmt ,', ad E0 , d it to hlm to 0!i . Claimed by Heart Fail- cl } an s e "- ™ e , com i )a »y refused. „,. . _. . Then Hendrlcks, according to lire InlS Morning. charges by Uie company, drove the : car about with large signs on U Mrs. Harriett L. Fairfielcl. 53, wife proclaiming that it was a -lemon," of A. B. Fall-Held, was found dead Giving the name of the seller, and at her home here this morning. Although she had been ill for several days from a throat infec- ix?nses of the county machinery, i while sleeping. iitn her condUitn was not regard- : m % cd as critical and her passing has greatly shocked the entire city. Death was caused by heart failure, and Mrs. Pali-field apparently died : ottering to "trade it at any tims for a ilivver." A suit was on file today charg- firm's to (he amouin of $200,- the county farm problem will probably attrnct paramount attention Funeral rites will be said at the family home. 1118 West Ash street. of members of the court. County j Saturday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, by Judge Oeo. \v. Barnaul has indi- the Rev. C. E. Burke of Manamut i-alcd ' Elect. Masked Men, Armed With Machine Guns, Stop California Flyer. BERKELEY, Cal. Nov. 7 (UP) — Five masked bandits held up the Southern Pacific's Stockton Flyer with mat-hint! guns early today at a siding two miles- northeast of looted the mail express c»r here, of a believed to have amounted to $40.000, and escaped | by aiilo:nol>U? toward Oakland.,' Word was Immediately flashed by tele|ihon<! to every police force in the rfist by district, and automo- that he will invite Judge to appear pnstor of the Marianna Episcopal • IN RECEIVERS! bile passes up til? chase. church, who also holds services for the St. Stephen Episcopal church, c nip • 1 Pallbearers are lo be A. Conway. : Mate bank pupenntcndcill Otto Kochtltzky, B. A. Lynch, Cecil Shane, J. Louis Cherry and Harry I W. Haines. The Cobb Undertaking ! we || Institution company is in charge of arrange- '. menU with burial at the Elmwcod I cemetery. Active in Church Work NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Nov. i tendent of banks of the state of In the 17 years that Mrs. Fair-i Tennessee, was appointed receiver field lived in Biythevilie she was I of the Bank of Tennesse. Nash- outstandins- in religious, social and ! ville. by Chancellor R. B. C. How- Icivic circles. As one of the most'ell. this morning. 1 active members In the Episcopal i The receivership was granted on Zal B. Harrison befn-e the court- It is not known whether or not, emovtim court will be asked to make an appropriation for a county farm. One of the principal ;;Iank;: in Mr. Harrison's platform provided for the discontinuance of the practice of leasing county prisoners to private parties who oper- at. 1 , 1 a c.ainty farm. Wants Agents Kctainc-u Unconfirmed rumors have been circulated to the effect that the' usual appropriations for the county aE,?nts might be opposed at lhe coming section. At a meeting .of the directors of the Biytteville .chaaiber of commence last night •••i'-committee was'named to r_2e; with the quorum court and ask fo- a continuance of the appropriat-cny for the county agents and demon- , Etrators. Members of the commit- I field came to know many people j f a \\ 0 , Chsrry and C. O. Smith. , friends throughout this section have i n^'tre" of prominent Nashville Members of the quorum ciuri. remembered her since that time, j bankers named to work out the nfare: Hi-; Lake township. E. F. Als- i Having lived at New Madrid, Mo., I fairs o£ caldwcll and company. ton and Mr. Needliam; Bowen before moving here she was also I ma( je a statement in which thev loivnship, S- L. Pinkley and G. W. 'Potter; Burdett.= township, W. W. Simpson and J. E. Davis; Canadian township, L. W. Goshorn; Carson owiuhip. J. C. Kirkpatrick and W. F. Ferguson: Chickasawba town Operating witli calm, swift, efficiency the five men stopped the train by placing a tic on the Hacks. As the train slowed oiw of the men leaped into the cab and ordered the engineer and fireman to ho!d up their hands. A second man, armed with, a machine gun, patrolled the right of way outside the passenger coaches. Three oth- aboard the mail and cx- SET BED IFIRE Chicks Lead R||RH IE 15 7-0 at Half The rjlj'thevlllc Chicks were i nhcnd 7 lo 0 ul tlic end of the first j half In the football game wllli the I Osceoh semlnolcs at, Osccola this afternoon. McAfee, Chick hark, scored the N fih^im, VIULFL U.1LA, mui VU 1,11V i _ _ cw Jersey Man Faces i°"d><iown and j. T. crai B kicked Late Returns Wipe Out M j pi r ,, i goal. Reports staled that Osccola' - • - - - ' - - Imll'der Lharge I'oIlOW- • wns oflcrlng a stubborn defense de- ing Wife's Death. spllc "" (nct Ulyt " evl " c >™ s i yarded as heavy favorites. , JERSEY CITY, N. J., Nov. 7. i (UPl-Mrs. Elizabeth Swuvcly tiled | in city hospital today from 'burns which she said were inflicted by her husband. Howard, who wanted to collect 52,000 insurance on her I life. I Swavcly was charged with mur- : der after his wife died. Firemen called to the lodging house where the Swavclys roomed, found the woman severely burned. SSic tt-as taken to the hospital mid-. when her condition proved critical iiolice sought a statement. She snid she awoke lo find her bed In flames and her husband Early Majorities Given Constitutional Changes. LITTLE HOCK, Nov. 7. (UP) — Defeat of all nine slute coustltu- I tlonnl amendments voted on In j Tuesday's election appeared likely i today as returns from rural pre' clnclls were recorded, i The two acts, the Income laxpro- I posal aixl the bible reading act. were believed to have sufficient lead Board Will Canvass Missis- to n5SUro ll>clr "«°i' llo » tabulated Each Party. Will Have 217. in Mouse: Brookrmrt Threatens Bolt. WASHINGTON, Nov. 7. (UP)'— Senator Smith W. Brookharl, Republican. Iowa. announced lie would vote lor the Democrats to organize the next senate If tljcy would adopt n program to correct the "evils of Mollontsm." 1ET TURNED IN isnpi County Returns at Meeting Monday. With 100.MO votes approximately 1.250 precincts In and dancing around room waving . .. . . <UP)— D. D. Robertson .supcrln- P ress c(lr nn<t quickly looted the church she w.is president- of the Guild and when her church did not have .services was a regular al- petition of Superintendent Robertson, filed at the same time, at which was stated that examination ,- j [ . ~ . »" nuo abLlM^J llluu [:.\U1II1IIU11UJ1 tendant at the First Presbyterian : showed that "further attempts to r "" j operate- the bank are Inexpedient church. When and Mrs. Fairfielu - and inadvisable • and affairs' owned and operawd the Glencoe should be liquidated according to hotel-for several years Mrs. Fair- : the laws of Tennessee." The train. No. 236, was the tame thai was help up at McEvoy, near Marlinezf a year and a half ago by lhe Fbagle gang who escaped with $16,000. In addition to cash, and registered valuables of an unknown j | amount it was reported the entire j payroll bound for the Columbia Steel mills at Pittsburgh was-t«k-! en, amounting to 'upward of $40,- •iXJO. a torch made of newspapers. When available to the public until Monthe fire touched his hands he run ] day. when the county election beard the trend gradually swinging ] against lhe constitutional measures, it was virtually a certainty that The vote cast In Mississippi coun- | five would be rejected and the re- ty last Tuesday on the various con- j malning four were given only a stltutlonal amendments will not be I fair chance of carrying, from the room, setting an alarm wl'.hout attempting to save her. she said. Suavely, who denied the story, wes held on a. charge of atrocious ! said today. will meet lo canvass and certify the returns, Miss Emma Cox of Osccola, a member of the board, Opponents Confident Opponents of the measures pointed with confidence to the rural re- lurns which were for the most part against adoption. Tlic unrcporicd precincts lie assault and inttsry while police j Besides Miss Cox members of; i nrec ly In counties with lame rural scuglil to determine whether the | i) lc board are Fred Taylor of Oj- I S * story was Irue or the product of c ceo ia and Tom Martin of Dell, and delirium caused by the woman's j M] SS cox said she would have to burns ' " j get in touch with Mr. Martin be! fore she could sny at what hour well known in southeast Missouri. | ca]le a the actio: , advisable so hostv Mr. and Mrs. Fairfield were mar- \ ried 28 years ago in Chicago. disposition of tee bank's securities j would not result The statement by Paul M. Davis, ship. George J. Walker, Ed Walker, i scniggs. Besides her husband she Oscar Alexander and R. L. Me- j is survived by .one brother, . Will Knight; Clear Lake township. W. H. Floyd and L- L. Beardcn; Fletclvr township, C. P. Powell and J. M. Landruin; Golden Lake township, J. J. Grecr, J C. Ciillom; Was N'ative nf Tcvas Born in Texas in 1872. she was T . D . Webb and c . A . Craig , pQlnt . the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. L. cd ollt tne B9nk cf Tennessee is "among other assets" of Caldwell and company. The bank of Tennessee has no connection with any other hank in Nashville or Ten- Scruggs, of Beaumont,' .Texas. The city banks are closing tomorrow afternoon for the funeral: n c '^ service and one of the largest so- i cial affairs of the season, to have I Action taken in the case is in Hector township, J.' A.' Hardin, been this afternoon," was postponed ^ fiance with the state banking _. , . . , f."jvi*u**..\i -Ian- ITn*I.i>- ifr fflrme (Via cfifn <-,, Bert Lewis; Hickman township, J. because of her death. A. Cassidy. Thomas H. Hatfield; ' Li'.tic River townsJiips. S C. Will- Madrid and Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. ir.ms. M. R. Sisco; McGavock: ghatz of Helona, who formerly liv- lownship. P. W. Holt. C. N. San- tW j htie, will attend the funeral, ders; Monrce township, G. L- Addell. W. P. Sams.?; Neal township, W. A. Rogers, C. C. Counts; Pecan township, R. C. Branch, J. E. Uzzell; Scott township. V R. Smith,! W. A. Parker; Swayne township, | J. T. Cooper, E. 13. Barnes; Troy ! town: hip. R. H. Craig. J. B. Tom- j law. Under its terms the state su- A number of people from New j Sd^in^such cases and IT ! tlie vote would be canvassed. ', Reports circulated- yesterday that J71S votes were cast at the Wilson {box, all against the amendments, I i- I proved without foundation today. II 1'Tho box, with 318 rotes, all against. IT | tlic amendments, has been deify' *-! ered to Miss Cox. I Seven boxes, those of Whttton, otton Oil[Company Will | SSMly. JA iTSS Handle Crop if Acrea°e and Boylon, had not been received Is Provided. votes and should iticrcase the majorities against the amendments, those favoring their defeat said. Tho referred acl providing tor retention of the Income tax was considered certain of carrying. Returns tabulated this mornlrn rs indicated Its adoption by a 60,000 majority. Vote for the bible act held an NEW YORK, Nov. 7. (UP)— K deadlock between Democrats and Republicans In the house of rcp- •esenlatlves, with a Farmer-Labor- tc holding the deckling vote, and ilcpubllcan control of the senate, seemed assured by late returns today. Complete unofficial figures from the lust doubtful contest, tlmt for the second congressman-at-large in Illinois, gave Richard Yates, Incumbent Republican, more (ban 10,000 plurality over Walter Nesbit. Democrat. On this basis the house lineup would be: Republicans, 217; Democrats, 211; Farmer-Labor, 1. -. Senate—Republicans. 48; Democrats, 46; farm-labor, 1; doubtful, Kentucky, 1. Necessary for majority, 43. Contests Likely E?cause of the closeness of several of the races both in the senate and in the house this distribution could not be considered today as final. There scorned every llkllhood that, there would be several contests and recounts which mughL reverse the results-'of the unofficial returns before • congress convenes. Technical control of the senate belonged to the. Republicans despite Isdvuntnge of sllgHtly'more 1 th«n I their Isclc.of a : .majority becauw it 13.000, which was considered suf- *'is not posaiBte for. tlie De'raoofWsVJ flcient to Insure passage.* The large majorities piled up by Miss Cox at noon today. Under - law, It Is said, the vote of boxes against the rr>n.«;tthiHnnal measures Cane f in oullylng sections came as a surprise as early returns had signalized the passage of all but amendment 20, providing for election of state . not delivered to (he election com- I highway commissioners and an au- Tho Blythcvllle Co'.ton OH com-, missions within three days of the I dit of the department, pany will crush soybeans next year j election cannot be counted. j- Tlie highway measure was spon- . if a sufficient acreage Is planted to : ' sored by Lt. Gov. Lee Cazort but 1C Seating tor warrant, the necessary mechanical 1 _-_...__, ____..,._ ; was vigorously opposed in many po- -°_ , «h.,,,. M s- T) T .,.,„„„ manager. | | BUI/|n flPll [111 IIII | lltical quarters. Will Provid r\ ' C f U ' changes. E. B. Lyman, Upenmg jet fOl 'told the board of direct ' Ml -17 1\O\ LHlUCr 1.1 . Expenditure of nearly Sl.OOO for seating and athletic equipment far | enough beans f or a three months ! the new Blytheville armory approved at a m directors of the chamber 'of commerce last night. Mr Lyman said the company . would not care to go into the prop- i unless H C0 i llcl obtnm , ville armory was; run, which would be about 100.000 ceting;yesterd»y of | bushels. It would take between 4,- Parnell Asked Defeat Amendment No. 19, providing ; that state supported educational Institutions be established only by to emerge with more than 47 votes. H seemed todey the Democrats • would obtain Uiclr 47th in Ken- j tucky where M! Mills Logan re- i taincd a comfortable margin over '•' Senator John M. Robinson. ; Harvey McCall Gaining ; from Auto Crash Hurts Harvey McCall, who was seriously injured in an automobile accident TiHsday, Is resting very well at the Memphis 'Baptist hospital. He will he removed to Campbell's clinic tomorrcivr lo be placed in a j vote of the people, appeared doom- casl ed to defeat. Tills measure was the ' ' center of a bitter fight waged by., u ' , ' o. wcuaii nis i various state organizations. I lmm ^ of toe and n ° w of st - •-r, - ».„-—--— j , vusiicis. ii, »umu lui^i: umnL-cji •*,-•.. ,, . ™. , i various state organizations. \. \ i I , , the comm.ttee named last spring iooo and 5,000 acres oi beans to as-! HllUP Vessel Threatened' The large rural vote recorded Lo " ls - ^ r^med home but linscn; Whitton township, W. W. Burt. ccllor Howell's decree requu:es hs give S75.000 bond before entering upon his duties. This has beer, done and he ha* taken over the Bank cf Tennesse;. IDC?! Churchman Attend to conduct the non-military activl- | Sllre suc |, a production, ties which'will.be centered in the while no action was taken all building. ; ia S [, nights meeting it is possible . The major expenditure will bo I the chamber of commerce may un- : Tor portable bleacher seats, suffi- ! dertake a campaign to obtain the i ^ cient to accommodate 770 spscta- necessary acreage. A. G. Little. C. j PIGEON POINT .Cal.. No tcrs. There will be room lo add to G. Smllh, Jesse Taylor. J. L. Cher- i <UP>—Tlle huge oil (anker - - With Destruction Pounding Seas . these later if the need for addi- ry and C. R. Babcock have tsen ' hua was fnsl - aground .six unles; lional seats develops. ; appointed to a special committee i north of " ere tlxi!> 5' while -In crew Formal opening and dedication : to Investigate the matter further : members defiled a poimdinj se.i In - fcr and make recommendations. i ftn apparently fu'.ile attempt Establishment oi a local market I save tne vessel. of the building has been set NovcmD( , r 2 1. Thanksgiving Day. , „ against the amendments was i>l-!«° to Memphis again within a few D X ; tributed partly to Governor Harvey aajs i Parnell's appeal for defeat of the I Although he has a fractured pci- | proposak. j vie and severe lacerations and „ j Following Is the vote from ap- • burijes his chances for recovery proxlmately 1,300 precincts. I are, favrrabto, according to reports Act 1, bible reading—for, 43.523; received here today. against, 30,320. | ' • Income lax—for, 71.023; against I, 18,426. 39.702: tDi' Amendment 10—for. • against, 44. 592. Favmers Charge Petting Parties Block Highway i Minor Blazes Keen Local | Department on the Jump Today. 0n that day the public will in- for soybeans, such as the oil mill ! Prisoners by Slate Commission Four fires within nine hcurs kept coin- c 'tJ 7 firemen on tlie run this morn- LANCASTER, i'a. (UP)— Petlinj • parlie.s cause traffic congestion on i rural roads, according to a plaint registered with the I/uicas-''"3 ter County unit of the Farmers' i Shortly after 1 o'clock this morn- Protective Association here. : in e » grocery store in the Pride Members reported- that their: subdivision, known as the Pride roan's nncl lanes wore clogged fro:n store, w: "I'ly evening until early morning determined origin! Although with automobile parties from Ln:i- flrc was outside the city limits easier and otlier urban'coin-mini- firemen responded to the call but ties. ' the fire had sained full hiiiiviv I5c<!aring that it was a condi- ' t[lforc hose collld be 1; > ic1 to _ _ building and feed purposes -. .afternoon and last nig'nt attendee 1 'Greene and C. R. Babccck are the -would encourage the substitution of i lar &csl on the Pacific, by more than 200 members of' committee in charge of the build- • the new crop for cotton on land churches In the Memphis. Arkan-! ing. ' that no longer yields profitable fa; and north and east Mississipoi • A program ot activities for the cotton crops. : Presbyteries. The meeting was held ; coining winter, including fc.iskel- J. E. Grit?, county ngent, and : at the Idlewild church. . ball, boxing and other sports is now ' J. Mell Brooks, secretary of the - Their religious mission was stress- being outlined. C. T. Kramer will' chamber of commerce, had sam- •ed by the spsakers in addresses by be In charge of basketball, and an- pies of Mississippi ocunty soybeans' ROME, Nov. 7. .UPI--A drive store was-razed bv fire of ,ri un- Ury McKenjlc of Batcsvllle. Ark., nounces that a city league of four analyzed last summer and found I "gainst anti-fascist cicmrnts In Drive Is On Against Italian Anti-Fascists was a lion r.eetllng attention in the in- tere.s; of (he morals oi the youth of the county, the farmers will re- th? , M. S. Smith of Forrest City. Ark., 'teams will play regularly at the ar- that they were higher in oil and ! Itnl i' vvas renewed comc::!ir.: with ' 'G. R. Sipe of Mississippi A. and mory. and that a city team may b? . protein content than the beins ' thc celebration of the ar.r.iversary M. college, lhe Rev J. E. Purceli developed later in the season. T;:e grown in Illinois, where a large and of tlle march on Rome !.K month, cf Atir.nta. the Rev. Thomas K. high school basketball (cam will play Hs local games in the tuil.1- ing. Texas. I Boxing bonl-i will be staged m Rspoits of men's work an:I lay- lhe armory under the dlrc-clio:i c: -ing plans for a larger program in Graham Sudbury, and an e(lj:t Amendment i against 43,616. i Amendment against, 40,193. Amendment ] against. 47.241. :ajnln<:t. 448D7. j Amendment ; against. 44.807. 24 - for. 25 — for. 30.277; 36.553; LITTLE ROCK, Ark—The state penitentiary c-mmlsston issued" paroles to 41 prisoners ycsterday..in- , Uudlng 28 white and 13 negroes, | according to announcement. : Tom Cogsblll was appointed j superintendent of Tucker prison I farm succeeding Al Reed, recently i app-lnted by Federal Judge John L. Marttemu as parole officer for the federal district of Eastern Ar- 26 — for. 40. 162: .' 27 - for. 41.710: i Gi'l May Like Kim, : Ikf. Hi's "Just a Type" '.^ i Young of Memphis, and the Rev. Wiliiam M. Anderson, of Dallas, , profitable soybean crushing industry has been develoijed. scene. At about 3 o'clock this insrninj a tine fire at th? home 3f Jesse l»rt m suggested action'at"thVir ^' rlu f ^ c [if£' ^ 1M1 were also features of the meet- .will be made to schedule a few first Damage was slight. ' ln B- : class attractions. Within a half hour another alarm T , _.. . . . was sounded and firemen hurried • 07' Disabled tally. i.-:-:,:!' have : .united in- j :or:r..-r min- Xoveinbcr meeting. ^11 LS J v-OHEge neaQ Recentlv fnancnirarprl to lhe Mor sn" Utilities company's •iv.v.ciii..y mauguraiea plnnt on highway G1 where n fire The possibility of developing vol- to JackEOnvillo, Fh. ; considered. in !he engine room of th (UPt—Th? slight damage. About 11 HUKTINOTON Pa -„_.._. . ' * «•• - •* - • anxm-VJOHiiiiit. itUJUU 11 U fICi'K f* 11 - tmwixvj'Jii i M i_iui_r, A in., »UV, I, ,, n- ,1} ° Dr - ch . arlcs c ; E '- other alarm sent fir"inen hi rryln-; (UP)—The disabled freighter Up- JACKSONVILLE. Fta.. Kov. nor Martin G. lirumbaus 1 :. "was heid recent'.y. Dr Ellis has served as vi:c president of the colhge since 1017 and has liclrl the posiiicn of acting ptosldfnt since the <! M th nf the former governor. He Is well kr.own throughoni educational circles r,s .1 lecturer at teachers' Institutes and similar c-.nforo;iC2'. BAN' ALCOHOL DISTILLATION MEXICO CITY. (tJD) --.-%.'-• lo ihur Is safely in tow of a govern- i ment cutter making for this port. C. M. Hai:c, general agent of IN: 2:1 Official Inquiry Into Ohio Mine Disaster ascist." as an '-ui::ep:m.i:.: it was officially am-.our.t Abcul n score of p;: been arrested. Tnos- rluricd Bortolo Rf'.y'.t Much to Be Thankiul i %«£ u r ™« «„' .„ for DecIai'Ci lioOVCr IS 'CE in the Medit;rranc.in ton ago. WASHINGTON. Nov. 7 (UP)— Premier Mussolini.-. c-Mivfr^.-ri in- ley ball r.nd indoor baseball teams: The United States bos much to te f orm *"y wit!i sever.-.l fare;--, srer;- atnong business men is also l:ein- thankful for. Preslricn*. Hoover de- ' ar 'es before send:r,; n?li::. t>> t!:e "'ared today in his annual Thanks- iiving pr-clamalioii. ThU, country has Eulfcrcd less ' than otijjr world peoples in exist- • ni „. r> • i Ing difficulties. Mr. Iloovor stated.! VTP"S HeC. Patients Fire of »n unkn.^v-i ; ment cutter making for this port. " ^^s bten free from discord, origin did slight damage to the root C. M. Hai:c, general agent of IN: MILLFIELD, O.. Nov. 7 <UPI— F* 800 na s been Etrengtheiied, and of the'building. Merchants and Miners line, own- The state and federal governments P r °8''oss has been made tn arts era ot the Upshur announced to- look a hand t^day in inveJi^atlcn l(i ic:cncc. he added. r( the explosion In the Sunday - coal mlro which took the crnfriv 1 «p tn Marrv lives of 79 offices and miners. ,, . n i i- • •. In:p:ctors planned to enter the IVlOVIJ rUDllClty Man Plan U LONDON.' (UP)—Tho L-nndon • • -r ycutn may be all tho .'avonvl nirl AUIOS in l?ar friend says cf him. but to Dr. Nairn — Debbie of the Louden Cjt:niy '1—More t!v.\:i 30.- Council, he is Just one of three ' Ir ' s1: ! - en oil the country's highways since a: '^ the first of the year through tho l-Bartel-broad shoulders bread waist plan of tho ccmoany. Old cars taken i:-. by Ford dealers on new car> nrr purchased by the Ford company. At the River Rouse plant they differentiated waist, are stripped of everytMiv* th->t on Dr Dobfc! e warns be used, and the rest Is thrown into the open hearth fires in !he !U1 " SlCndcr ' WalEt ' '' 3— Test tub;- 10113 bcay and un- parents the "test tube"'typo needs careful at- tmUcr > as hs is unstable oud ™r! ! v P'lmes and o!her steel .j!.o cy i • i-iit-j ,<,,,,.„ steel mill, where the frame. im;or . errat '^ a s compared with "barrel" BUILDING 1HG TtPE LINK | day. MEXICO CITY. (UP^— A gigan- The craft's engine was disabled Creek tic pipe Hue which will b-'ti^ i> off Jupiter light, 26 miles north of trcleum from the oil fields -if th- : Falm Beach, Haile said he was advised. • BROOKLIKE. M;i«.s. NW. ', cUPl —Wind-swept flames Mtrri t:-.rough the nurse's home ,U-;> Corey hill here early today, !o:e;ng niirws to down. Cars of gcod nutrition and plenty of ex- cveiy description ana erciss. make go Into the salvage WEATHER Gulf Const to this cits- constructed by the A?ulla Petr.il leum Comanpy. Cons!iu:tle;i nf t^-. line Is considered the greatest feat of engineering evsr phnn»-l r-"- transportatlcn of -oil In Mexici n-vi pfSS.- to eletcrmlne the can*-; of the explosion Stato inspectors ex- HOLLYWOOD Cal Nov 7 MEXICO PLANS CIVIL SERVICF pressed the belief spark.-, fmerHen -Dorothy Lee film actress will he MEXICO CITY. (UP)-civil by the frlctt-n of n coal slide had married in San Dernardin'o Cal Service Is socn to bj estJbllshrl touched off a gas pocket. this afternoon to James M Fidler" throughout the Republic of Mr:l- The 22 injured miners who were film press ag,?'nt. co, according to high government -. .-rued yesterday were reporleti A honeymoon at Lake Arrowhead nearby Brooks hospiinl Firemen from hero. R'^ton, and Kjwton, handicapped by below j^r,; Ireexln? temperature, battled the 'pectacular blaze for :v.orc than an BUENOS AIRES. <UP>—Trufi-s'.; of the new Arwuiln- '• ARKANSAS-Fair. wit^. rWaif i? , nt «r temperature- tonight *nd Saturd.u ; . sold fir $3.sn ' a quintal (approximately 20P According to the- official weather on the Grain Eschanj.-'. otscrvcr. Charlei Phillips, the niln- inmm h?rf| ye.Elord.iv wa^ M d»- I S200.000. • tr<^j and the maximum, clear with Sandstone as flexible as rubber !Uir. freew. On ins same day a Into thin strips has tei 1 :! v eir a°o t.hs minimum tein!icr.i- .Carolina. certai:i parts of North t.hs ture was 15 dejr.je. 1 ; and th: maximum 62 degrees; partly cloudy.

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