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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 10, 1930
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li. V-VS >, -/-I*! Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THS DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NOBTBHAST AUKAN8AB AND 6OUTHEA8 T MISSOURI VOL. XXVII—No. 98 Blytbertlle Courier, Blythevffle Daily Ness, Blythevllle Herald, Mltslnlppl Valley Leader. BLYTHEVILLE/ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1930 MERCURY PASSES 104; STI Bobby Out In Lead Far Open Golf Title \ Hptton Smith and Harry Cooper Follow Only One- Stroke Behind. IHTEHLACHEN COUNTRY CLUB, MINNEAPOLIS, July 10 (UP)—Bobby Jones shol a 34 and 37-for a 71 over the par 72 Interlachen, today to place himself well in Hie van of quail- Hay ti Fire Loss Today Is $50,000 ' IIAYTI, Mo., July 10' (Special)— Fire of unknowii origin early this morning destroyed the entire second" itory of the Kohn Building, largest business structure in Hayll, and caased serious water • damage to the Kohn Brothers dry good store, *-hich occupied the ground floor. Total loss Is estimated at $50,000. The Caruthersville. fire department responded • to an emergency call arid aided the Haytl department in bringing under control the flames which Jor a time threatened Charles\Aiigustus Lindbergh jr. The Atlantan, playing through j heat and bothered by one'; of the largest and most troublesome galleries of open championship history, "bettered par by two strokes 1 "on the first nine. "Bobby dropped just one stroke to par o-.\ his iiomewafd Journey. This was the best "of all the early efforts. Hovtoa. Smith of Joplin. Mo.. Harry Cooper of Glen Ellyn, 111., and George Smith of Lake Forrest 111., were "the first to "press Bobby with par 72. . After going 1 out in 35, one under par,-Don Mce, the smiling youri^ Walker cup player from Portland, Ore., succumbed to the heat and took a 40 for Uie inside nine for un aggregate of 75. The intense heat took- a severe toll among the contestants. Cyril Tolley, the usually Immaculate and e fir e, discovered at about. 5 ^ evidently started pn the second floor of the building, occupied by the otllces qf professional men. So far as is known no one WAS in the building at the time. • swept by the flames included those of'S. T. Gates and Houston H. Buckley, lawyers. Dr. C. D. Holder, dentist, Dr. Johnson, chiropractor, Laraar Thompson, cotton dealer and The Fredia Kelley beauty parlor. rather Englishman, former GOII1 OFFICE Armor)' and Two New Gin Plants Are Among Major Projects With a number of building projects already" under way and construction on others scheduled to tegin within the next few weeks, he fall months will see the com-! Jletion of a building program here nvolving more than $160,000, "in-1 eluding the new national guard armory, gins, filling sta'tlons, ware- icuses and homes. Work was commenced yesterday j on • the foundation of. the $25.0001 national guard armory building atj South Second and Sycamore streets This will be of brick construction 75 feet by 126 feet and will be| used -for the local unit of the national guards as well as for indoor athletic events and other public uses. - - •' The front of the armory will be two stories high, with a laree drill court and gymnasium behind. H. A. LeEmeister of Jonesboro is the contractor and the building will probably be ready for use within the next 60 days although the contract allows double that amount of time, .jf tlnrir Gin Nearly Ready Parnell Sees Important Benefits to Arkansas in I'rce'Road to Memphis. MEMPHIS, Tenn., July 10. (UP) —At noon today travel opened over 'I'.' tl,600,000 Harahcm viaduct II free, which has been under nslructlon for the past three ars and which connects Tennes-. e and Arkansas. The opening of the structure wns ilhout ceremony. However, the lebrallon was attended by many ale officials and marked the clos- g of the old viaduct which han een a toll bridge. Here is the first photograph of the son of Col. .and .Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh. The baby/unnamed for several weeks, will be called Charles Augustus Lindbergh,. after his father, the Lindberghs announced a few days ago. ' ' V- ' ' • ' Committee Will Meet Won- riltucr aupcfiw ^.II^II^IWMMI, luiiucL - _ . . \VJ* l xBi"i,tlih »m»teur champion, persplc-1 day and luesdaV .JKU ed^irW around the first nine in ,,: *"/--.•„„;, f«{V £l=V ', strokes; . 'Henri Clucl of ' Stiatto«t,' '- Association!) •- - : ~ vConn., who had been burning up the course -in practice, wiis another disappointment today. Ciuci, who equalled the course record for In-' Urlachen with a 69 two days ago and- bettered par yesterday, started shakily "and finished so. He was ' three, over par his first" roi'iiid. 'before completing "Ar'r'angemenU have been made ' Bank Bandit Identified as Former Bar Member NE\V. ORLEANS,'July" 10 (UP)'Orie of .three bank bandits was in jail today after a daring chase and hand to hand battle with a highway patrolman yesterday and police The.prisoner,-Fred Deibel, discovered last night. to be a Tulane university graduate, 'a disbarred attorney and a member of .a well fo r a ' delegation of Mississippi county cotton growers, members of the Mid-South Cotton Growers association, and businessman interested in the cotton cooperative movement, to meet riexl week with . th,e executive" committee."and beard ! of directors '.of the'.association at j Memphis '-for. a . discussion' of ..the proposal for the establishment of a branch office of : Ihe 'assicatUm in Bly'theville.. ' C. G. s'mllh,- association-director for" Mississippi- and-! "Crittenderi 'counties, expressed, hope "today, that an anahgemerit for,the'establish- ment of the, office on a basis "satisfactory to all concerned.could be arrived at. ' - - ' . The meetings at Memphis wll' be held with "the association's executive commitu^ Monday ant with the board of directors Tuesday. .eer.of the Uake Unsnr Gin Cim-| ranv. ''Inc., has almost completed' lis (40.WW;cotton ginning, plant on he nor|h Hlehwav .61 near ; the Jdttpn " Belt' railroaa, which' will ie re^dv for operation Atmist 1ft.' This is one rf the "most modern elnnin" imately $1,700 of $3,000 taken from ?lnnin» plants in this Dart, of the D—.-.l.J.'pans in Specinn at ,&£-'nnd'ls comnosed of ' seven KepUbllCanS . Ill DeSSlOTl at Washington Await Word From Chairman. : Tlie scale of- buildines. Th* bnildine housing the 'ffices and ration cla^sjng room "aces the highway and is of; frame conilruction.. fice includes 'a ne\y tync 10 .ton :eeist«ring -benm scale for-.weiehT 'iij:'large trucks arjci vehicles with Irai.lers. .. .' ' • ' -• •The »in biiildlntr Is all steel.con- struction "nn.<V is fireproof throughout. It.rnntains the latest tvpe of gln'm'achin'erv''o'f four 80 saw pins T-itVi - MHclwll b?ll extraclors and cleaning KVsienvwhich will be elec- trirslly onerat*^!. ^ cotton house; flank Uv: Bin WASIUNGTON, July .10 .(UP) The .meeting of Republican leaders here-',with.Claudius H. Huston, chairman. .of- the - national . com mtttee, recessed for lunch, shortly after- neon, today 'afler a two hour session. _ • ' • The session was to reconvene at 2 o'clock. Huston .declined to say whether the statement he promised to make later today .would touch upon''his buildinp: and each operated j resignation which is_ demanded by with an linlbadpr. by motor .and I Republican leaders. will contain the latest'cleaner and separator attachments. The houses known New Orleans family, was! A prfllmiiiary meeting will be captured by state highway sergeant Lionel Escude after a 60 mile an hour chase and gun battle. Inside the automobile abandoned by the bundil.s was found approx- held in the Blytheville city huii al 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, at which a program. for the Memphis conferences will be determined upon. Among those who are „.,„„„ v.,.™ -. v..,— - expected to attend the meeting the Freret street branch of the In-1 here and those at Memphis are J. lerstate Bank and Trust company. | P. Tompkins. J. L. Williams, Clay It was the fourth time within two i Ayres and County Agent S. D. and one-half years the branch bank ! Carpenter of the Osceola district, had been robbed. i J. C. Ellis, Henry Lules, Olto . Bradberry, C. C. Langston, C. J. I Little and C. G. Smith, cotton After the morning session D»n_ r ._. .jei E. •Pomeroy, New. Jersey/vice are alsi partitioned with individual i chairman of the committee, .James stalls for storine cotton. There 1 Francis Burke, general council., and is also a seed ntorage house'and'|J. P. Null, treasurer, went to the i all steel workshop and storage | White House to report to the prcs- iom. I Ident. E. P. Russell will be the gin fore-i William G. Stelly., Oklalioraa, an and the plant will be oper- i national commifcleman, was called ted by a total crew of about 30' into the meeting Just before it wu night i concluded. Skelly is from Tuba lifts. During the busy season '• Okla., and a member of the exe vo 12 hbur shifts will be" employ- culive board of the national com d. bringing ihc 24 hour capacity • miltee. utput of the plant to about 132 ! alos 'Typhoid Danger Increased $30,000 Cotton Compress I ( . for Rector Is Assured kittle, T. J. Mahan, C. R. Bab_ cock and County Agent J. E. Critz KENNETT Mo— A cotton com- of a "special committee of the Bly- uress fov Rector Is assured. Capital thevllV; chamber of commerce. of $30000 has been raised. Work; The chamber ot commerce c on the building will be started inimittec at a meeting a few a few days It Is hoped to have I ago declined to sponsor a the plant ready for operation by I bale sign-up campaign on the bas- ih tlrtM the cotton season opens. ! Is of assurance of a branch office corn- weeks 10,000 Ihe tlrtM the cotton season opens.. The new plant will be located near! for only two months, but Mr. Smltl the canning factory and will cost about S14,000. now bclteves that, a plan can be worged out that will be acceptable Company officers are: J. L.'Pur- A branch office as proposed, in 1 cell, president; Dr G. C. Jernigan. charge vice president; and R. E. French. 1 cotton of a government license' classer, would provide . . . secretary-treasurer. Directors are: valuable service to all growers o Dr O C. Jcrnlsan, Allie Bearden, cotton within reach of the city 3 'L 'purcell. Earl French, J. C. and, It is believed, would add. sub Hardln. E. D. Davidson and Dr. | stantlally to the volume of cotto L. P. Lunt. ! delivered to the association. C. J. Little Attends Mfsiissippi Reunion Major and Mrs. 0. J. Little and Jack Little'of « »nd 8 returned yesterday frcm Greenwood, Miss., where Major Little attended the convention of the Mississippi department, American Legion, and a No Stove Needed; Eggs Fotpd Cooked In.Nest ."That sunV-hol enough'-to cool? CB?sr-may be the. fi'vorUe. wisecrack right now, but it's rip joke lo Mrs, j. P. Sanders, who lives on West Main street here." Mrs. Sanders gathered .all the fresh eggs from her chicken yard yesterday at noon. .Aftei noon three more EJKS were laid and these were taken In about five o'clock yesterday afternoon and placed in a refrigerator; -About an liour later Mrs.'.Sanders -.broke one of. the" Irishes] eggs and found it completely .cooked. Breaking the. olher two -she. found therii In the-'sam condition. • .'- ' ' y'.' The eggs - .ver laid in -a straw nest ami were exposed to Old Sol's ray.s during lite hottes part ol the. afternoon. PttlTttTO 3,400 Receipts in Osceola George I.ce D Gin VJtVllfiti *«VC • 1*11.^ VI1IL I _ _ j __ _ . * Another modern ginning plants by Prolonged Dry Pe.riOQ will be erected before September] on East Main street by George I jfK at a cost of approximately $35,- excellent for 000. Work on this project will commence about July 15th. according With the prolonged dry period o Mr. Lee, ami the plant will have germs, rector Dr. A. of the . breeding typhoid M. Washburn. di- Mississippi County District and'5,829 Chickasawba. in The number of poll tax receipts, eligible for voting in the Democrat Intense Heat, and Dry Winds Threatening .Injury to Cotton With the thermometer official government showing 104 In the JjITTLE IIOCK, July 10 (UP)— tie new toll free Harahin viaduct lilch'opened at noon'today con- ccting Memphis and Arkansas ends long fight between the state Ighway department and citizens f Crlttcndcn county. The viaduct offers many benefit? o both Arkansas and Memphis, of- clals here said, In commenting on nc opening. The viaduct was built at an approximate cost of H.600,000 shared iy Arkansas, Tennessee and Mem phis. ' ." Parnell Sec* Bentftto Some officials have adtocatet :hat tolls continue to be .collected on the old .viaduct until troubl wjth'slldes on ths new one Li ellm ta'alkrt ;"'''' "' " - '""c. . " middle of the afternoon,, the mercury was still climbing for new records. in the meantime! the 'heat .. wave Is having an "'endurance con- tcsl, Since last Friday. 'the lowest maximum any day has bsen 88-witfi; a conslant rise dally until yeaWr-- day's highest, of 102 was broken to- ... day. The minimum' last night was •, 74 degrees. , , .' ' • '•,- "' **Jt '• This has been the longest" 'find 1 : ottesl spell for many ye»is In Wiis cinlty, according to old timers, al- hough there Is rip official ''record.' ' Threat, of material Injury to We • • olton crop, which hitherto .his i rived while heat and lack . of joisturc did serious damaje to feed nd truck crops, ' developed yester- ay when wilting of plants 1 under , 10 burning sun and hot wind IXH. ame noticeable, it « not b*lle»eds .; .ittt any real harm lias teen:done- p to date, but' unless rains corie o break the current heal wave t.he rop will sutler. ; . . >•" .-. Corn Is faring badly and must lave moisture soon If anything ap-, proxlmating a crop Is to be made. ( Negotiations for Caruthersville Property Reveale by Frank Dillman. . ' CARUTHER3VILLE, Mo. —Th [ R. E. Lee Wilson company of WI '. son, Ark. ,ls negotiating for tl purchase of the Dilliiian Egg Ca< •'company, whose principal box fai :'lory Itere was destroyed by H some weeks .ago; It has hepn ••» i vealed by Frank Dillman, one the owners of "the local connm Mr. Dllhnan vleiilcd, howcve that a deal had been ni.ide. :i said Iliat the parties conci'u were rather far apart on the lilies :ion of price. The Dlllman, company, it Is freely, admitted," Is seeking to dispose of tlie remaining units of its plant. Including its river transportation equipment, but the prime difficulty' lies In locating a buyer largf enough to' handle tlie deal and to carry on the business. Concerning reports that the company may rebuild Its piniil and continue operations the Democrat- Argus lias this to say: "The company has a small force of men at work salvaging the machinery from the burned box factory at this time, which represents quite 8 large ilem In its sale as old Ifialtd.•;••'••' , il know of nothingUn.recent year In-road lmprbvtm*fH'Ol''';l«*Uiilti which means more to Arkansas th» the, new viaduct," Oovecnor Harye Pninell said. . "It means the gateway of cast to the west is open. Its bcni flls to Arkaaias are many.. It w| attract tourists, it' will draw pep pie.. • ; "ft, is a very happy occasion; 1 see this new struttim: opened. Is a proud day for our slate." "Arkansas has been entirely r. spnn.slulc fov thousands of ext: dollars tu make I lie' new vinilu safe, but mice 11 is opened, I a lint tioliiK to spend'[1 nickel on the old .one." DWlght Blncl:wnoil,--stnl3 ! highway commissioner, said last , LITTLE ROCK, July 10 (UP)— .;j While the temperature .here,' e^ntlr^, ., ue d to soar on to new; htat records ; » relief was fdt In some parts of the> state today'from mips which-fell; •'• yesterday arid last rUjht. V./C.•-..'. •'•.-': •• Hopes :for relief -from•: jjhe. ex-*. eeisive 'he«t here"' yiwtjrtijiyj.-ifrir.,-..; soon overcome ; by »: ttmperaUfre : /,; irhich reached » deqreei. ; A §ll«fit . "f doubt If it will 5bml for 30 day'. Hut theru ^'111 l» no tolls on Hlier viaduct the minute the new nc is oiwnert and-both trucks and passenger automobiles cun choos; wtween the two. Mlslaie, Says Overlon I think. It Is a mlslake not to maintain the old viaduct, but there s no action we can take," Mayor Overtcn of Memphis said last night, when Informed of Mr. Blackwood'3 statement. • "I went entirely over the new viaduct Wednesday and have come o the conclusion that even though there are slides it will always be Health Bijit, Is issuing warnings and our 80 saw gins, electrically driven.. against sw | mm ing in bayous , Tlie entire plant will include. drinking lmpure wate r. our house's and will be modern in I Becallse lhere ha ., teen so little every respect. Oliver Coppedge will , rn i nta ll this year the streams are te in charge. An attractive and up-to-date fill- more polluted and so the danger of typhoid feve r is greatly en- ing statjon is now being complet- 1 h d D Wasnburn says . f nnrr »f e V,OIKn:ic Three County Residents Names to College Boar< Three well known- Baptist leaders of Mississippi county have accepted appointment as members ot the board of trustees of Jonesboro college, according to an announcement received from that city. They ed at the corner ot Main and Fifth • strets by I.. L. Ward who has leas-1 . . . . D .j ed it to the Texaco Oil company, j Advertise IOT DlttS On The station- cost approximately j $10,000 and will be managed by C., L. Bennett. Virgil Sisson and Virgil I Freeman will assist in tlie opera- !' JONESBORO, Ark.—Bids will or tlon of the station. I received next Wednesday for the It will be opened for business I concreting of the Jone*boro-Lake Monday, but it Is not expected tc j City road from Jonesboro to Need- hold the formal opening at tha:! ham. They will be received along time I with 13 other road conslmcllor The slation is of white stucco.! projects and seven bridge projects. ic primaries this year, fell approximately 1,500 short of the number Issued In 1928, the year of the last county election, It was revealed In a statement released by the sheriff's office this morning. Approximately 3,400 receipts were issued at the Osceola office of W. W. Shaver. Mississippi county sheriff and collector, Clem Bowen, Os- .ceola deputy, stated. A total of 5,829 were issued at the local office of the sheriff. Both totals Indicate the number of receipts issued in this year until July 6th. In 1928 when a record vote was cast over the county in the primary 10,755 tax receipts were is- ued. metal. This fact has given rise to reports that the company .Is planning shortly to rebuild Ihe burned unit, but Mr. Dillman yesterday would not make a definite statc- ent to this effect. Business in this ne has been dull for the past year so. he says, and Is much more now than even in recent months jere seems to be a surplus of lx« nd crate goods on the market and ic fact Is cited that several large anufacturing concerns of this serf ecently have shut. <lo«n thel lants to await a revival In such reunion of his old regiment, the are j. F. Tompkins Burdetl*, Rev. 155th infantry. L. D. McCracken, Luxora, and Dr, I Oscar Barksdale, Wilson. Since the return of the Institution, debt free, Sy the Baptist home jnlsslon board to the Baptists of northeast Arkansas, the board of trustees has been reorganized so that It Is now composed of 51 members, three from each, ot fifteen northeast Arkansas countlei and six from Cralghcad county. Student Pilot Crash Victim OAKLAND, Cal, July 10. <UP)Alfred O. Smith, 41, student pilot and retired manufacturer of New York, was dead today the victim of a "slimt night" that ended. In a disastrous plunge. mission style, with ornamental green tile, and white and green lattice work fence. A special featurt Is (he' flood lighting system. Barbara to Build Addition Approximately $5,000 will br spent by the A. S. Barboro and company, local dealers In fruits and produce, in erecting and Installins a new refrigerating and storaje room at the company's building at Rose and South Second streets. The work will be commenced ir> The job Is divided into two sections and advertisement for bids on rac his made. One section Is from Nettleton to Needham to the Lake City bridge five and one-half miles, Dog Finds Child's Body Near Helena HELENA, Ark., July 10. (UP)— .... - , ....Blue Shell, deputy sheriff, today the next two or .three weeks, ac | w»s Investigating circumstance cording to John A. Waterman, lo- j surrounding the finding of a torsi cal manager. The new storage will | of an infant discovered near Oli be built on the west end of th- ' Town • lake near here yesterday building. - .The Infant's body was found bj One of Hie most outstanding inv a' dog. A negro called officers. The provemeA 5 to be made In the busi- body was believed that of a whit (Continued on Page 6) | child. Meningitis Sufferers at Osceola Recovering OSCEOLA, Ark. - Two patients who have been suffering with spin^ al meningitis in Osceola are re ported practically well by the! physicians. Miss Catherine Hughey, niece o Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hunt, who ha a relatively light case, is «b!e to be out aagin, and Mrs. J. D. MeEach ern, who was stricken with; one o the most violent caaes in the exper ience of local physicians, Is well o the road to recovery, and reporte convalescing rapidly. Pray for Rain At the best attended prayer se: vice of the First Methodist churc since the Rev: P. Q. Eerie becam pastor, members held special'pra ers last evening asking for rain. rain .felP In BurrpHrifl^w f» •yAiiMrfSt;.. to" btrDtokei, '~*-.7 .••-:—-,— Trt'i -- pernture Irie'ro at .12 .-o'clockf! had:, reached D8 degrees and was climb- V- Ing upward. No'.relicf was p'rom?.-.-••"; iSCd. - "• :. '.- ;...";---• ••'•' Yesterday at noon a temperature' v._ of 95 degrees wo.i recorded. : " "." :V: Piedlctlon that ''.unless*, heavy: : : rains fall in the state shortly com .•. i nnd ti'iiuk-cropB'Wil be.ruined and;-;;-cotton will bo'damaged was .made ;. nt Iho aurlculliiral slullpn here!..".;;"-. .-- ';vo prrsfraHbns from hen t-\vora' ' " roporled'In Little P.ock. Ed Camp, ; MRsonrl'Pacific' worker', was pvor- , uoinn nt, Ills j<--b. and Hlchanl pe-;'. ; , vint, nrgi-p 1 , was'sir!rl:en wh.ile walk--..--'. «Ins alatiK the street. ' ;",'. *"".' : Couliniifd'rair n'nd farm weather" was tlie forecast for tcday anil to-, nioiow. Heavy rain was reported at. Risoil and showers broke a prolonged - drouth, at Conway. .Rain also fcil yesterday at Warren and Catnden; and i\t Kogers, in the nnrthwest'em • part of the state. '-' . ';'.'. Whole Mid-Wfst Swfllere s ' • .. -• CHICAGO, July -10. ' (UP)T;A scorching sun beat down on-the entire central part • of the United Stales from the Alleghenies. westward to the- Rocky Mountains .today, continuing a heat wave-that „„.._ .... has taken more than a score,.Qt possible lo maintain at least ope I lives, created acute suffering;. in line of traffic," Lee T. McCourt, I congested metropolitan areas, and chairman of the Memphis Chamber I Indirectly contributed to a heivy of Commerce highway development j toll by drowning, committee, said last night. Cotton Belt Reduces Working Force | I Eighteen cities in fourteen states; (sweltered under temperatures' : of ! 100 degrees or more yesterday. The ' marks were new records. Most of those cities obtained little re T : lief today, the only cooling spots .In the country' being the north-' JONESBORO. Atk-What "'i ^^V^Tar S"' *'***''& some quarters Is called a tempo- P" k of lhe tar * est ' . .;;.-• rary lay off and in others lhe fore- United Press reports today ; ; aft- runncr oi the permanent disband- i counted for a total of 27 deaths - ment of the local Cotton Bell yards by heat since the mercury began wis tlie official word received by sizzling on Sunday. Added to,these 'T '°in a ^h P ,. U ,™r^"to"nenni Cotton Belt officials here affecting i fatalities were 57 deaths by drown,-, usiness. in other words, to permit company em- ing. including the loss of four lives is surplus to be used up . ' p | oyc i Bt thE local round house and in an excursion boat accident on •Hence ^rr. Dillman wll! make ' ds , Uo craployc c j Lake Michigan, o prediction, oilier than lo jay I wm bc ^^ ^^ local ro , )n( , , , x lat during the present hot weath- r no move will be made toward eestablishing (lie factory. In the house, where n year ago about 50. j men were employed. 110 in Alabama BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July . . ter season things may be differ- OfTiclal word from Pine Bluff was (up) _ Wn ,| e Birmingham and oth- .ter season iinng _ to the effect that through freight | nt. we surmise; but in lhe mean- l Ime It. is entirely possible there trains nay beV change of ownership with entirely different pect.'" plans in pros- would not be broken Jonesboro or stopped but would use Pine Bluff and Illmb as terminal! All engines are to run-'through from one terminal to the other. cr cU|es of ^ M(e swe i ter in i tem turf , s rftn8 , nK {rom 1B2 here ( Big Commission House |^ e| g aby Succumbs Barred From Exchange ^ p^ity Home Yesterday NEW YORK, July 10. (UP)— James H. McLean, floor member of Sutro and company, one of we largest commission houses In toe nation, was suspended today from the New York stock exchange for three years, according to an announcement from the rostrum Of the exchange. Sutro and company were immediately retired as clearing house which practically eliminates the firm from slock exchange privlleg- Funeral services are being held i this afternoon for Bette Jean] hamlet ot Oordo spent the morn- Ing In clearing away debris from a twister which struck last night.' . Two houses were blown down and. hundreds of trees were cross the roads and on streets. Two »uli!i were killed by lightning. JRecord at Memphis. MEMPHIS, July 10. (UP>—Th? Lutes, six months old daughter of i thermometer at Memphis today at Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lutes, who succumbed at the family home south of this city yesterday. Interment will be made at Elmwood cemetery. Funeral plans are in charge of thei Cobb Undertaking j company. i The deceased is survived by her parents and two brothers, Charles and Ray, l p. m. registered 100 degrees, the, hottest dsy since September 25, 1925. Downtown streets became btmn. WEATHER ARKANSAS-Contlnued fair and warm to day and tomorrow. "

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