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Served by the United Press BirraEViaEfflURJEK NEWS ; msaft VOL XXX—NO. 2f,6 Blylheville Daily News IJIylliei'llle Onirier Mississippi VaPey I/cadcr BJylhovillc Herald RIATHIOVII.l.K, ARKANSAS. SATURDAY, JANUAKY 1U, DEATH SENTENCE FO SINGLE COPIES . 'CENTS Dictaphone Reprocl u c e s Torrid Conversations With Dancer. NEW YORK, Jan. 13 (UP) — Rudy Vallee spread on the records today for all to'read, the story o: New York's greatest heat wave of 1933—the torrid •'romance of (he beautiful Fay Webb Vallee anc Gary Leon, adagio ..dancer. A review of various telephone conversatioas between Leon aw the crooner's wife, who appeared to' have a passion for runnini LOS ANGELES. Jan. 13 (DPI —The "entire" records of telephone conversations between Fav Webb Vallee and GarHeld Le<in, introduced by Kudy Vallee in a New York appellate court, wculd clear hi? estranged wife nf misconduct charges, her at- Icrney, Ktn Cohen, said today. Observations C. R. B.= Reports from Cfcceola that acceptance by Concrcreinan \V. J. Driver of an appointment i's :'•;:!- r;ral district judge Icr eastern Arkansas is certain lend addsd interest to talk liljoul who will .sue-, d Mr. Driver Ir. the national! licu.se of representatives. so firm a grip upon seat in •.•onjress liiat it mr.v well be imagined that the firs'. Arkansas dis- Drac? Mississippi Near Rlpcl- Cat Landing Today for Carl Golden. Flees Society for Fame DASSETT. Ark., Jan. 13.—Government rivor workers were drag- aing the Mississippi today near Irict has a number of eminent I Black Cat landing, east of here, gentlemen fairly bin sling with the (seeking Hie body of Carl Golden, suppressed desire to ;ervi'j33, government employe, who foil the public at Washington. Actual appointment 0! Mr. Driier to Ihe federal bench will no doubi be the signal for •numrxus announcements for congress. 'I hat is all as it should be, anc. cmlte in keeping with the deino- tir.lic ideal. It Is fortunate, however, that ive now have thc second or run-olT primary, which will give the people nf the district a tetter opportunity to .send their real choice to th? national congress thar. they v.ctild have were the decision in '.he tirai mad scramble final. Cm- thing ihiu 1 ha'.e always said and now, '*ltii advancing icars, am actually beginning lo around her apartment in smiles and a pair of mules, brought Rudy thc right today to sue for divorce in any state from Maine to California. Rudy's act of generosity in giving his wife the luxurious apartment at 55 Central Park at a time when the marital ship was headed for the rocks was tempered hy the'fact'that he arranged to have hte wile's telephone tapped. When the record of her conversations with Gary Leon came sizzling hot from the diclnphone. Rudy told Fav's fal-her,~ .Chief of Police' Webb of Santa .Monica, Cal., to. com* east and /collect v his ...daughter. between a baige and a boat last night. Golilen, a farmer living near here, was leading a crew of government employes to work between 9 and 0:30 last night. Stepping from the barge to the boat, he apparently- missed Ills footing in the darkness and fell between them. Lines were thrown to him hul he failed to reach them. It Is [ l>flievcd that in falling he struck his head against either the barge • Ihe boat and was stunned. Golden met his deatii on the 15th anniversary of his marriage to Mrs. Ruby Larue Golden who, with their two daughters, Lor- inine. 13. and Carlinc, 11. survives believe, is that the voters don't rted to be told by thu ncws- riii|)ers how they ought to cast their votes. The Courier News is r,ot going to be out campaigning lor anybody in this approaching election. 1 am gl?.d io hear, however, that County Judge Zal B. Harrison will proi-nbly be a can- c.idat2 for congresj if Will Driver t'oes noi seek reelection. Judge liairison. in my opinion, would iKtike an able anr- fitting sucets- rcr to Mr. Driver. Fur'thermore. without the embarrassment ol j factional political t'tsj-lie is strong! him. He leaves also his father, a Methodist minister at Ya?oo City. Mils., and a number of grown brothers and sisters, including Powell Golden of Osceola. mat foreman on the government project at Black Cal landing. 'f.-Ydu .Come : V\ Over" > -Af: • • of-uhe. bwtt titiil Fay" and the power of suggestion conveyed in her remarks over the telephone in the absence of her husband, whom she once called the "perfect lover," were emphasized in the very first recorded telephone call of March 22, 1933. It read in part: Fay—Listen, you come over here. Leon—I'm nflt dressed. I'm in a sweater and I've been running around all day. Fay—I'm even worse than that. I'm In the nude. Leon—Well, I'd love to have you, then. You're speaking rather low. Fay—No, there is no one here enough and well enough known most of the counties of the district to give hh-v an excellent c-hance of election. II Congress- man.JJriver accep'- the judseship a hope Mr. Harri'on makes the race. ,If all who '.(niter the' field, are of''-Judge "HarrlEon's ability 'nnd character the rethemcnt of Judge Orhcr will be less a'loss than it would be under other circumstances. . II oOo no gentleman with a frock coat steps forward to perform the I'ics demanded by tradition before the lilytheville pastollicc can move into its nev; horn , those in au- iriority might well give consideration to an offer by F. C. Douglas, nur former mayor, to organize an fid-fashioned hous- warming. Mr. Douglas has not taken me iplo his confidence concerning all of the arrangements for the parly he proposes. Perhips it would be bed. at all. I am all myself. T am in ; lacking in some things that I have i.lways regarded ss essential to a successful housewarming. He has, however, obtained the promise of . Leon— That's swell. Hug the pillow fcr me, dear. calling you up? Leon—No. of course not. Fay—I wish you were here. It's nice very big. but it's big enough for two if you can get close enough. I wonder what the boy friend is | nice and warm. comfortable bed. I have a It is nol Is Attractive -Modern Adaption of the Englishj Cotswold Cottage. "" • • - „ . ^-^.,_. 'OSCEOLA. Ark.—The'"residence iSJEBSELF Mrs. Tom Tinsley Brought lo Hospital in Critical Condilion. President and Advisors Discuss Money Policy WASHINGTON, jnn. 13. HJPI- Moiu!:iry policies were -tvcu n- iH'V.i-il considi'iatbn tcday nt a \Vh:i" llc'ir::- rnnfciinco lasting ul- n.o k t two Imurs. ') lii' ftmli'rcr.s ln>.|ii(li:il Ih Mrs. Tom Tlns'c.v, 38-year-old wife of a Manila rainier, was in a uiloiib condition si the. Blj'lhc- '. :ile hcsnltal froni n self-inflicted bullet wound belo>v the heart. Hospital physicians decided on mi emergency operation Immedl i'l!.ly after Mrs Tinsley was UICLIglll 111. 'Ilia-woman win. alraie at hrr 1 <::nc se\en mile", above Mnntm \\hcn slu: shot herself, using riimll .22 calibre ilflle o*necl by (IK of lier sons. She Is said toj, lu:ve been dcspononnt 10" some lime and threatened at least once ie end hoi life. Hhs was found Iving on.[lie Hoar of her home by i:cr sister and mol.l.cr-in-law.. She expressed no regret. th?y said, but stiiri nlu' had shot herself intentionally. Members of thc family .'tic! they knew ol no reason for Mrs. Tlnslcy's attempt tu take her life and believed h=r reason musl b: a fancied one. Mis. 'linslcy has three sons, a :hughter and one grandchild. . . - :<K'IL(. Scavlary of Treasury Mor- wnhiiu. Attorney Gcnvnil Cuin- iwiviv mid several treasury nss,hi- fciits Nuni' or tlii'n; would discuss IK 1 inertlin; or reveal whether niv.- |,icncunc:iiicnis n-gurilliii; ih'f monetary situation were likely in U f near future. r.uaint leaded gla-:3 windows and tte?p roof, are typical of this The exterior walls be faced n 'Virginia Pine, the lovely showgirl who's smiling at yon above. She'-; just been un- of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Florida, .which promisi-i to be one of . the show places of the Quinn Subdivision, n" resilience section! Yon can't keep secrets in Hollywood, take it fro: vhere a number of new homes i'.ave been erected ir the past few years, is .nc-aring completion. Built on one (I'.or, its style is :'. modern adaptation o[ the Enj- !ish Cotswold cottage. The low heavy masonry wplls. broken I'limermis corners vr.ti angles witn F?ljier " Ludwig Slain in China When . Ransom Money Was Refused. SAN FRANCISCO. Jan.-13 (UP) ^father Ludwig,.'a German nils J&nary in the Tinrchcw''district' o drMna, was r -Imprisoned 4 In' a 'cage' :.i.c> dually killed b.' Chinese bandits, according to ofTiclal word irceivcd here trtny hy Father Wll- I r.m T. Cummings. superior of the Women Physician Will Be Her Own Chief Defense Witness. CHICAGO. Mission of Jan. Dr. 13 (UP)— Siip- Alln- Untlsiiy Wvnekcop's "confession" Hint .she her daughter-in-law. Rucla, will be the aim of defense counsel al the resumption of the physician's murder trial next week. Milton Smith, her attorney, an- nmmccd today. The defense will follow this u\e up by placing the brilliant practitioner on the witness stand lo bring reality to her original story of (hiding Rhela chloioform- cd and shot to death on her operating taule. ' Taklnij advantage of thc U'o- Carolina Man Found Guilty of Kidnaping and Killing Boy of 15. COLUMBIA, 5. 0. Jan, 13. (UP) — Uoberl H. Wiles, 19-year-old unemployed world w.tr veteran, this iillcrnocir was cor.Ucted of. a Oiarro of niiirdcrlrg Hubbard H. Harris jr., 15, win, was kidnaped i nd slain near tn abandoned house December 21 A jury, which deliberated only '22 mlnmc'i, ^commended that Wiles Ix? sentence-) lo death lor ih; crime, to which he had con- fi'.'-scd. Ho was then sentenced lo die In the electric chair March 12. The defense hod entered an In- •ranlty plea in the case. 'Their motion, nicd nt the opening ol the trlnl, seeking lo have Wiles routined to an IHMIUG asylum jr.r •?>T.minuliot], was denied by the presiding judge. Broken Rail Derails Nine Car* of Dixie Flyer CHATTANOOGA, Jan. 13 (UP) —A broken rail was'blamed today for the derailment of nine cars, ot Ihe Dixie flyer, crack N. C. and St. L. passenger train, near, here late yesterday. Maryknoll fathers The missionary band of which masked as Mrs. Virginia Peine Lehminn. wife of a Chicago depart- I Fntticr Ludwig wa.^ .1 inenibw had mem store executive and prominent in society, tmn» to "make good on her own." starting with 11 "bit" role. have separated. S!ie anil her husband Fay—Will I. Do you mind my j Sidney Craig to be on hand with '"js fiddle, and declares that he i'imselt will demonstrate to whatever cro'.id assemh:es how square clanc?5 were done when he was a !'oy in Alabama. How Frank's ideas fit in with these of the assistant secretary ot Ihe United States treasury, whose responsibility it is to see that new government building are fittingly ciiened. I do no', know, but it with rou^h cut \a -: egated red andj gray Czark grannc with rough i F.uvn Umber work ."lained a wca- tiiered brown. The interior accommodates a l.-rge living roon. with massive Mcne mantel, ranooni width oak i:)ank floors and h>'h chapel ceil- Ir.S with beams ar.ii trim in red (Might refuge with the Maryknoll fathers in the Keying mission I:cid. adjoining their own district, from which they l-.r.d been driven jv bands of communists. Father Cnmmings was informed. The brief message to Pnthcr Cmr.mtngs told of Father Lu?wlg's dc'.emiin- jiilon to return alone to his mission on a report that llu; coin- inunLsIs had abandoned It. The message stated that Father Ludwig regained his district, found day holiday from court sessions, Dr. Wynekoop secluclrd herself In the hosnital ward at the county jail, gathering her feeble physical strength for Ihe new ordenls. Defense counsel had little fear that their client might not be a match for cross examiners. Dr. Wynekoop found herself \ wears' yesterday at the end of two 's-.hevipgp at whleh rx jnry'jtas >ct«ar .'A jury -of tV.^lft •iVad^s- men and laborers wits "Impaneled. Jurors In the cafe are under Kuard for the miration of (he trlnl. They amused themselves over the week end with card games. Resumption of the trial Monday will bring the opening statement of Assistant Slate's Attorney Charles S. Dougherty, chief prosecutor, with whom astute defense counsel will match wits. Passengers escaped • with minor Injuries, The -dining only and baggage cars and seven passenger cars derailed after the locomotive and three cars had passed safely over the broken rail. The coaches bumped along several feet over cross ties and the cars tilted at Treatment .f Iruisea was ^I minor . 'flve • negato^em- . church cak. The sini-p.i'!or. ' ... ,1 — ~-...,_u u,,iLr;s lltuiuiy, wllUSe thinking. As long as they don t responsibility it is to see thai new know it is all right. How She l.ovrd Rudy Vallee said Fay called him March 20 and told him she loved | n^U^T wot,*' him. Rudy— Really? Fay -Uh huh. Rudy— How much? Pay— Oh about fifty thousand billion billion limes around the world and all the other planets. • Rudy— More than anyone in the world? Fay— More than anyone in the world. More than anything In the world. And I really mean it. too. and I'll show you. Now then, how much do you love me? Rudy— Well, about twice what you said. Vallee remarked in his affidavit that "Leon's interest in so far as clothes were concerned ran directly contrary lo that ot the plaintiff. He cited another conversation, i-ltective believe that be aLout as a means of getting steps, is reached !':om three living mom through archrd openings with wrought iron gates and panels in The siui-p-rlor gives open tr.racc. In out Boiler Explosion Wrecks R cp0 r Is for , Manil ~ • - an North Carolina Killing Six. Plant, HERTFORD. N. (J., Jan. 13 (Ul>) -Six men were killed and several i.'nrrowly escaped death trcilcr explosion v/igjed Leachville Filed Here. General claims against the in ruins, and was polic.- on regnthered Institutions mm. was dragged off lo the [ ir.cmilains and injprisoned in a approximating; - a S L '." said Faille'- Cuminlngs. "A district turned bar.dits and seized him. ! "He defunct Bunt: j ''"tice was sent to church aulhorl- last wing arc two bed rooms will: tiled bath v;rst wing v.: : th bath. betwce.i and Li a guest's bed the! Eastern Cotton Oil company plant' ir-main unpaid, according to quar- ith l\re today. uriy reports as nl December 31. the room The citing room has crowd out to see, vihat Uncle Sam . paneled oak walls nnd wide plank i cak floors, and modern kit- Inbuilt in BWille as ^{%»^ m I chcn has tile lloor tiled cabinet, nidi?, and dining recorded on March 22: Fay— I jusl got out of the shower. in fact I'm sitting here without any clothes on. ' Leon— That must be a lovely sight. I'd like to be there. Fay— But I forgot, I've got some little mules on. ' Leon— TO hell with the mules. I'll take the body. Fear of Air Raids Caused Gold Cache LONDON. (UP)—Fearing for the safety of his money in the banks during the wartime air raids, w G. Thorps buried S35.000 in tobacco tins under his dining room floor Thorpe recently was with making false incom 'urns, and declared then lmll . ,„. wished thc Zeps had blown l-is hoird up. ii e hadn't 1-rt the money there long, but took it out of the cache to extend his busi- charged tax re- Ihat hi r.cok. A ;rade entrance to the rear l.iovides access to the kitchen and 10 the basement, v.iicre a modern air conditioning a!:d heating system is installed. The landscaping will be in kivping with t/ie spirit of thc di.-i.ign—a riotous growth of shrubs and trees with iHlie stretches of lawn practically surrounding the ; U. S. Branson o' Blylheville is i the architect and t.'c house is be- in? constructed hy Ihe East Ar1: nsas Lumber nvnpany of Bly- lheville. (jCtcrminiMl. Sevuval other men niissioner. f.nstained injuries ii. the explosion. fS.OOO. . when a of Leachville and S33.000 against Mies that he was Iifkl for ransom. out tlir'ih? defunct Bank nf Manila" .still! lne church and its oidsrs in China have an understanding not- to pay rarsom and Fatl'ri Ludwig was finally killed when the money was not forthcoming. We remember l.im as a scholarly young priest who passed through San Francisco several years ago on Ills way to Five of Ihe dead were negroes. • 1033. filed In chamvry court l>y S. Origin of the explosion was im- G Lockliart, dcpun banking com- ,: Bank ot Ix-.'.chville has paid .. v:hich caused dami<pc estimated r.i a:e dividend, a 10 per cent pny: tntn !he mission fields. t on deposits n.ade March 10. The entire, mill was wrecked by; JKii, V :hi!e the Bnnk of .MAnila ll:e blast. Machi.iery was tornirris yet to declare -.1 dividend. Thc; (l1Ir to pieces. ' 1 < nchvilt: bank cl-,:cd its doors on| Wolf Of Wall One negro was blown through November 17. 1030 and thc Maine roof and 30 fc-t into the alrji-iia bank Novemb.-' 10. 1931. Gen- bi'l landed almos'. unhurt on a'oral claims totalln- aboul 565.000 Senate Halts Inquiry Into Ford Tax Practices WASHINGTON. Jan. 13 (UP) — Examination of Ford Motor company tax transactions was halted abruptly by senate investigators today. Tliey explained that the subject was not under their jurisdiction. Witnesses who were subpoenaed to testify about the Ford company's practice of converting cash into bonds at the end of each tax year were informed they need not appear. Alh inquiries received this reply: "It has been decided that Ihisj particular tax question dees not Plea For Admission To Bond Denied By Court Bond, will not bn granted Soula Lf.lling, of Manila, charged with .. the murder of Parl Cody, of the Lame town. Circuit Judge G. K. : Keck said tlili afternoon. He did i'.ot comment on the case other tndn to say lhaf tond would not-. granted upon the lestlmony offered. Boiling's plea to"- bond, made at ' f>. habeas corpus hrarlng at Osce- oln Thursday, was taken under ad-. • vlsement by Judge Keck. ' Boiling shot and fatally wound-; ed Ccdy several weeks ago on the. streets of Manila. He waived preliminary hearing in municipal ' C'lurt here folloivtnij Cody's death"; and was ordered held in jail to* await the action of the grand • jury. Welch Not Stockholder of Delta Gin Company fv r U An I UI6S 01 Heart AttaCK come within'the province of tneL An a »'Cnde<l complaint has bsen filed In the chancery court suit brought by thc Northeast Arkan- {sas Gin company, for the use and . -benefit of the Fleeman Gin com- • jpany. against the Delta Gin com^ = pany, all ol Manila, dismissing the" cause as to Loy Welch. Welch was named as a stock- I - holder in thc Delta company but WASHINGTON. Jan. 13. (UP)- instigation has shown Welch has banking and currency committee, t J Therefore the matter will be pushed r.o further. ' • Recommend Increased R. F. C. Lending Power pile Of bricks. Several nii-n working np.ir the t nvc been patd by the Leachville Lank by dividend n:»I 521-offs. The . toiler room naitowly escaped'. Manila bank has paid general '"""''h- claims of S7.CKH) t!:rougli sot-ofTs. The boilers were blown 200 feet! Cash receipts an-J disbursements all' of the Leachville Lank for Octo- ir.ci. November and December. IS'/i. away. Debris \v,is scattcivd over the mill section Folk Lore to Reign At St. Louis Festival Repeal Celebration Costly for Participant EAU CLAIRE. Wls. (UP)—The toll of too much repeal beverage imbibed by Raymond Herpst, 26. Elmwood: 1. Loss of memory for a night. 2. $150 fine and revocation of his driver's license for a year. 3. A bill for damages lo a car Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK. Jan. 13. IUP>— Eteel issues met substantial demand In the late trading on thc itcck exchange to.^ay. rising frac- mustc. ti 0: . s to more tin: 1 , three points, Into Its wnnc the remainc! 1 ." of Ihe mar- ... 1 OrA" Cotton *ere almost the srinc. A total of '. 159.97 NEW YORK. J.'Il. 13. (UP) — David lamar. the "Wolf of Wall Street." who matched his wits r.gainst financiers .i;.d the law with varying success for more than three decades, rlted today, apparently ot " heart attack, in his hotel suite here. NEW YORK, Jp.n. C'ftton closed firm. Mar. May .'i-ly Get. i Dec. open hich low 10S8 10°h 108H 1080 11C<' 1033 1105 1117 1100 1120 113^ 1114 1135 115C 1132 1149 1161 1H6 was taker, in. including of sale of the bank heat- _ . ng plant to thc Roderick hotei(Kaise Reward for Fiend ,UPi_ fur S50 and $392 paid in cash oni •<2ns. A tolal of S-105.96 was paid' '•>'l in expenses such as salaries "f the deputy ban'-- commissioner connection with the company, according to Cecil Shane, attorney for the plaintiffs. The senate bankinc and currency commiltce today 'olcd a favorable report on the bill to extend] Inc life of the Rrfiislrucllon Fi-i nance Corporation and increase CWA Workers Attend ilo lending power liy $85,000.000. i Tlie measure wi'l be.given pre-j . crdence on the senate calendar. | Cornell College Classes close 1083 100!) ins 1132 1149 1164 j :-i cl ar. assistant, services, and Into which he crashed his machine. 4. Hospital and doctor bills tor I ham yesterday, a nine-year-old boy injured in Ihel E. L. Flovfcrs was cleared of a *olllslnn. lohflrgf nf disturbing the peace. ' At the festival old folk songs j ^o'fdT are to be revived. Dances char-' * mco ' lna acteristic of various sections' of the country will also be a featured part of the program. Thc primary reason for Ihe fes- lival is the revival or interest In folklore In this country. Charge Dismissed A charge of embezzlement against T. B. Hill was dismissed, by Municipal Judge C A Cuning- • St. Louis-San Francisco 2 5-8 114 U 38 7-8 Cities Service 23-4 General American Tank 3G 1-4 General Electric 19 1-2 Grncral Motors 345-8 International H."tvcster 39 1-2 Montgomery Warci .... 23 Now York Ccnlr.il Packard Phillip Petroleum Radio Simir.ons Beds Spots closed at li<5. up 20. flnr New C Ihxes and Insurance. Cash dis- • Un-sements /or th: Manila bank :'f.'t similar services over the same ' period totaled $483. while cash re- amounted l-i 54.422.33. The Who Set Puppy Afire BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. Jan. 13 ( UP) — Although humane society officers appeared balked in Iheir efforts to apprehend the heartless person who soaked a fox terrier pt:ppy in gasoline and then Rred his small bodv. a reward fund j Manila bank rerxr; shows S53 in' mounted rapidly today. ' and S4.18.T due from thci Yesterday's contributions | MT. VERNON. Iowa. (UP)—Reforestation Is not the only Interest of Conservation Corps workers near here. The boys, working on a beauti- ficallon project for the Palisades' State Park, also attend evening classes at Cornell College-here. The CWA Workers Building Pampas at Detroit Zoo DETROIT (UP) — The Civil Works Administration, reaching as It does into all phases of Amer-ibDys are given regular college cred ican life, has found one of itsjit. most unusual and interesting pro-; Among the various subjects in jects In Detroit. i which workers arc enrolled are n 11 "-"'i ami M.18JI clue tOttOn-.lamen, Bank and Tru j NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 13. iUI" ] Cdton closed strong. i Bh-!hc\li;e on December ust company the total to Latest contribution to the fund was from Mrs. T. W. Williams. 1 who recalled that her own dog One thousand, two hundred CWA > Enjlish literature, modern social workers are busy here creating, a I problems, archaeology, biology, and reproduction ol the Smith Amcrl-, geology. can pampas and a replica of a. They a!?o arc given use of the Mnnmiion )m,,ni« M ih^ iiMmii co n cgc Bt hi e tlc 'equipment and have a strong intercompany basket ball league. sent I Mongolian temple at the Detroit Jan 33 3-4 4 15 1-2 7 18 1-2 May July Ocl Dec standard of N. J ....... 44 7-8 Texas Co ............... 23 3-8 U S. Steel ............. 91 open hi;li low close 1080 10SO 1080 IOSO 1101 1H5 1097 111:! 1115 11..I 1112 112!! 1130 11« 1130 IHSb 1145 11M 1K4 ll«b : James Ramsov BettU " licd roccnt 'y because "of poison -"".3 »dlIIM.V JJClli;, . .HminlslKm/l In. « -rii^l flntirl •• Dies at Webster Groves, WEBSTER GROVES. Mo., Jan.; - 13 'UP) — Funeral services were Spots closed quie: at 1098, up20. held here today for James Ram- sev Hettis. 85, co-founder of thc National Editorial Association in 1886 when he was manager of the Little Rock. Ark., Arkansas Daily bv a cruel fiend." May July open high 86 3-4 87 3-1 8A 8fi Sues for Divorce Melzena Worsley has filer! suit in chancery court seeking a divorce from George Worseley. They were married In 1920 and separated In 1932. Desertion is allow close Democrat, who died Thursday oflleged as grounds for the action. "1-8 87 5-8 the Infirmities of age. He was born Ed Cook local attorney, represents 84 3-8 8S 7-8 at Camden. N In 184?, the plaintiff! Zoological Pork. A dozen rare South American inimals will romp on the "pampas" when it is completed and Siberian ligers will prowl among the shadows around the finished temple. Joseph Pellcnzerg, German sculptor and zoologist. Is supervising the project, which Is costing S200.- WEATHER Arkansas—Fair tonight. Sunday parlly cloudy, warmer in cast and Chicago Corn May July open 52 3-4 M 1-8 high 52 3-1 54 3-ft low close 51 5-8 52 5-8 a 1-4 54 1-4 portions . ! Memphis and vicinity— Fair to' night and tomorrow. The maximum temperature here jcsterday was 50. mlnimu 42, partly cloudy with .02 o! an inch rain- i.ill last night, acc'.rding to Samue! P. Norrls, official weather ob-

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