The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1930 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 20, 1930
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' W y^?^'^"-'-;.--"^ Served by tlie United Press BLTTHEVILLE totfRIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHUBT ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXVII—NO. 212 BlythevUle Courier, BJythevllle Herald, Dally News, Mississippi Valley Leader. BI,YTHEVI[,LE, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVRMBKK 20, 1930 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Would Buy Farm to Be Worked by County Prisoners A.S Giant Airplane Landed in England IE-ELECT IB Belasco Has Passed Crisis U Report Today NE WYORK, Nov. 20. (UP) — David Belasco, dean of New York theatrical producers, has successfully passed the crisis of his illness from pneumonia, it was announced today. |}*nal Decision-Must Await Fleeting of Quorum Court the ' T They January. Ruv. day >ssis5Jppi county's prisoners 1'owt year will live and work on a cd a. owned and r.]>erated by the, termty. It recommendations unani- • -'. Elsly adopted'' by a special committee Wednesday afternoon, in a meeting with Judge-Elect Zal B. Harrison, are accepted by the quorum ccurt. Members of the committee are: O. L. Wnridell, Rufus Branch. R. U McKniglit, \V-. A. Rogers, J. C. Rogers, J. C. Culloni, D. B. Garner and John Itacll, justices of the peace, who were appointed by .Judge George W. Barham at the request of the Judg.2 elect, in the riucrum court session at. Osceola November 10. Heartily in favor of stopping the plan in vogue for many years in - leasing thp prisoners to individuals for wr*k on a privately operated county farm, the committeemen formulated a definite program. Waul 300 Acre Farm This plan ca!'.. for the purcha cr ! of a farm, preferably about 300 acres, to be si'.uati?d on a highway if possible or within easy access t~ public thoroughfares, which would be operated by u superintendent, apiwinted by the quorum court- Funds for th? purchase would come rjit of the county general fund, ac- ccrdinjs to the proposed plan. The plan, proposes to give the phscncrs good shelter and food, and t'j have them work tte land under a diversified' program de- riyned tci. produce food and feed -for men and 2nimals,"_wHh as much cotton as can be grpwji on the land •not otherwise used. "'••". — It is the Iv-pe of the committee and Mr. Harrison, that the poor of the county mny also reside on one part of this fanii but this matter has not been definitely worked out. Hope to Make It a Model The DO-X, massive German flying boat, here U bluu'ii on Us Itrst visit to British waters, oil Calshol Fff' I R England, en royte. on what was planned to be a fiigiit to Ne»- Ycik. U was from this harbor, near CJieCl Res- Soiu i,n mp t ou , that tlie Prince of Wales Inspected the craft and, during a half-hour night, persona!!; CUe As [Vessel Sinks Oil handled the controls. After a four-day visit, the Dernier plane, which has a 'wing-spread of 157 feet Massachusetts. SCITUATE, MASS., Nov. 20 P)—Coast guards from the 'Norlhi Scituate station rescued six fis'i-: ermcn just before the Boston j schooner Gyda floundered after j crashing on Collamore ledge south of Minot's .lieht in a cloud-like fog early today. proceeded to Bordeaux, Frano Seek Mlssinj Vessel STOCKHOLM, Nov. 20 (UP)— Search by hydroplanes continued over the Baltic sea for traces of the Swedish freighter Tanja, un-1 reported since it left Danzig with]' a crew 1 of 25 on November 9. Five Drown in Harbor BRUSSELS. Nov. 20 (UPI—Five members of the crew of the .British steamer Continental Freighter J. M. Ross of Hayti Fries Eggs on Gas Escaping from Ground. HAYTI, Mo—Many residents r.f Hayti and the vicinity are watching with keen interest tlie development of events regarding n possible oil find in Southeast Missouri. On J. M. Ross s Farm, river hot- Wilson Bovs Second i n Sheep Competition a ( Kansas Cily. low sand, cily water, black sand near, a marshy shallow, and escaping gas are indications of gas. RCES'S farm shows all the.-! signs. On a recent visit to the farm, the correspondent saw Ross light the escaping gas and, fry an egg over the flame. ROB had a pump pipe sunk approximately twenty ] feet in the groujiu "{.-'<-'liif center of la marshy shaUowT 'The "water was Wife Shoots Husband Who Opposed Smoking MEMPHIS, Nov.. 20. tUP)—. The reprimands of Fred H: Douglas, 37, that his pretty 29- yenr-old wife Alma should stor smoking, irritated her, and last night she whipped out a revolver, shot once, and wounded Douglas slightly. Douglas, angered 'because relatives allegedly chlded him, said he would prosecute his wile when he visited her in the city Jail. C.W.Afflick Tells of Benefits Sought in * Qlenn Proposal. •'•; The Glenn drainage district re- 1 Indus deep and it lief bill and the possibility of hav- FOR SEflL SHE I Campaign for $3,000 Anti- I uberculosis Fvmcl Will Open Next Week. Judge George W. Barham, coun ty chairman of the annual tuber ctilosls seal campaign, has an nounced. his chairmen who will co operate In' the Brlve to sell 5300 in stamps and health bands In this county between Friday. No vembcr 28. and January 1. - If tills amount Is raised a whit tuberculosis "nurse will-be secure for Mississippi county. As the re suit of last year's campaign a f\i time neerro nurse has been em ployed. There ore now between CC and 700 cases of this disease In th county and this larR« number the Incantive for making every ef fort to obtain . the services of nurse who will devote all her tlm .'to write y people ,wnp htive tubei culosis'. , .'. . ."•••'.--•• The chairmen for Blythevllle wl was covered with, an oily "and rusty j ing it passed at the coining session. | *» pnnounrcd Int-r. Others ar ! lo-kin? scum. Water was bubbling'of congress was discussed .at the j Schools, MUs_ Willie A. Lawso Believing thai the project may be OSCEOLA. Ark., Nr v . 20. — The match and ignited the gas that was ..... • - -' ----- j In several spots, but ma.tly out of Rotary luncheon meeting today at I'the pump pipe. Ross lighted a the Hot«l Noble. l-i-,- _.. , T i.-jii.. ,\.~. I • fi. W. AfTlirk made a model for ;he care of county prisoners at a nominal expense Mr. Harrison and his committee members plan to study similar situations In other states so that the program, if passed by the court in the iwxt meeting early in January, may go forward without delay. In the political campaign this summer when Mr. Harrison de- feated'Judge George W. Barham for reelection tho principal plank In his. platform was that he would ab-.lish the leasing of county con- J. B. Bunn Junior Deacon of Arkansas Grand Lodge OSCEOLA. Ark., Nov. 20— J. B Bunn of Osceola was elected junior deacon of the Arkansas Grand Lcclge at the annual meeting held In Little Rock Tuesday and Wednesday, which places him in line for eventual promotion to the office cf grand master of tho state lod?e Mr. Rimn. who is manager of thd O-ccola lumber company, is a past mastor of Osceola Lodge No. 21 F. & A. M. and served the past f rom the butb!es. A ' Arkansas State Live Stock judging | . team, which is composed of stu- ] fj a!ne s i 1Ql f rom the' spout of the dents of the Wilson HiKh School, j plpe from ,, no to lhree feet hl g h . I 0. W. Afflick explained, In.dc- ' tail, the proposed refinancing pro- enry A. Reynolds, 19, of Huffmiin, Victim o f Hunting Accident. Accidentally womided by a dls- targo from his own shotgun while untlng yesterday afternoon, Henry Ilia Reynolds. 19-year-old Hullian youth, succumbed at the honiH [ a slstei hero at 1'2;30 o'clock ast night. The yauth, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. . H. Reynolds, was hunting rub- ils the family home In the [ufTman community, 1& miles ortheast of this cily. when the ragedy occurred. The boy war lone at the time. He Is believed to ave rested his shotgun against o lump, when the weapon slipped nd accidentally discharged, "the one! striking him In the abdomen. Us cries aroused neighbors and f Cobb ambulance was called. The boy was rushed to the niy- icvllle hospital but physicians do- paired of his life and : he was removed to the home of n sister at G12 Ash street where he died. The deceased Is survived by his parents, five sisters anil two brothers. Funeral services will lie held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with th" lev. E. K. Latlmcr officiating. In- .ermcnt will be made at Sawyers cemetery. The Cobb Undcrlaklny company Is In charge of funcra' plans. Heber Springs Bank Reopens For Business Continue Work on Plans ; o Reopen County Banks Offlclnls of the Bank of .eaclwIlL; nnd Hank of Manila continued today to work on plans for rc-upcnliiK of the Institutions which closed their 'Joors Tuesday. Although nrj definite announcement wa:i furtltcomiiiir from officers of cither tank, efforts to work out a plan for opening the Lcachvllle • bank *crc sllll regarded us favorable (oday. Sheriff W. W. Shaver, presl dent ff the Manila' bank, was closeted In his office in Ilio Manila bank today wliore conference* wllli a view to opening of the institution were being held. GIVES EV WE SUTE SHUUTI Three More Small Banks Close But Others Are Likely to Rpopcn. HEBER SPKINC1S, ARK., Nov. 20 <U!>>—Tm! Arkansas National bank of Hcbcr Springs resumed business shortly after noon today, after having been closed since Monday. , . ,'. During the first half hour'-'of business 49 deposits were made prid only normal withdrawals were reported. ' ' ...'.' The bank was one of 5& that closed or suspended business In Arkansas this week. Summer's November Visit At An End Weather Expert Declares. MEMPHIS, Nov. 10. CUP)— Memphis and environs, after experiencing 48 hours of mid-summer weather, will ..crawl under heavy "--•--••'- tonight,"for'the tempera- "cnnral: L. W. Hnrmvav. neqro; Bessie Partf?. nepro; Pieakers. MIN B. Reid: Publicity. Mr. nnd Mrs. .Samuel F. Norris: Learhville. Mrs. won second place in judging she,?p, ' The Kas ^ d not nW (i any coaxing Property owners may be cut. at .the American Royal Live Stock] lo igm - te As .. Mn as a ma tch was 1 5tntln e tnot much worlt h>a ' ** being held in Kansas City placed near t ' hc gas a flame was, Ject by the government of drainage <?• !•• Smith: Manila, Mrs. O. O. bonds so that the annual cost to I Stuart; Blvlhp.ville. Mrs. R. F. ' I property owners may be cut. In this week, according to a telegram r«reivi?d this morning from E. Y. Fitch, instructor,who accompanied on the bill he said that more the result. In 1921, Ross claims, was the Mrs! lime that-lie noticed any indlca- The team is composed of Oren Ross, Cha<i. Beall and "Hariri's, Wilson, and in individual competition '. was being expended in hopes of having it passed. In taking up the matter from a political angle, C. H. Kirshner of Klrshper;- Luxnra. Mrs. Jewel Bryon; Osceola. Miss Emnm Cox: .loln- er. Paul Galloway: Wilson. Mrs. J. W. Rainey; Huffman. Mrs. Tom aHtfield; Gosncll, .Mrs. C. Bevill. : . „. , ui u H""**"** 1 uj.git, \s. u.. ivn jiincj ui !tlcns 0{ . °" Tl!a J Iv " was W .8 h : Kansas City said that If'the fed-. and covered the tan(L " i era1 ' Congress wanted to do some- Oren Ross won second place" and • Boal! in Judging : Little Rock Company Sells Tennessee Plant NARHVTLLF.. Tenn..Nov. 20 CUP) ig in a b:«t and noticed CUDDICS | y^g for a6r | cuUure as lt hfts donp cuing from the water. He struck for lnQustrv the Glerm bm Wa3 the . match and. ignited the gas tnat.jj,^ ^ cou id ^ 0 sheep. Oven Ross also ' placed,! ft ° s esca P in ?- He d!o ' no(/ disclose; Q Ues ts at the meeting were: o. —Purchase of the plant and fiquip- eighth in judging all live stock, ac- ' lnls discovery for fear that it H Kirshner of Kansas City, B. F. rnent of the Tufnut Garment com- cordinj to the telegram. Tlie par- ! would be. developed for someone Burritt of Chicago and C. W. Af-jpanv of Little Rp:k. Ark., locaed ty expects tn leava Kansas City to- '.else's profit. He owned 112 acres fl| c k o f tn {s C |[ y . n t Columbia. Teniv. by the Warl>..,_,.. .__,..=__... ,„„_- .- .-..:. ~^<~-.~;~r. i.,,rf u. i n t»r- |ln»'nn Manufacturing company of i Nrshvllle, was announced here to I day. ' - for Fly ture will fall under the chill rams which began early today and will continue today, Meteorologist F. -W Brlst said this iitternoon. miiiard Turns North CHICAGO, Nov. 50. (UP)—An erratic blizzard that isolaled Trindad, Col., with 32 Inches of snow. blew east and ncrlh today into Nebraska and the Dakolas, en rout' buck to the northland where It was brewed. The storm swerved siller It let! Colorado and cut a path acrosr western Nebraska Into the Dakotas and whirled along the wester v border of Nfinncsuta, spreading snow as It went. THREESWES Carolina, Missouri and Kentucky Instituti o n s Suspend Business. • ASHEVILLF,. N. C., Nov: 20. (UP) — Tlfc Central 'BanTt and Trust company -of ' Ashevllle, the largest banking house In western North Carolina, nnd the Blllmore Osteen bank, a suburban Institution, failed to open for business today. They arc state banks and are partially owned by the same interests.' Meanwhile tn« Amerlcwi Natlon- albartk, controlled 'by the Centra nk,'; was wcather|nK-i>.h»»vy run, ating arcaum noon': "aiirtvPrwi'' night arriving in Wilson tomorrow i »' 'his adjoining land. He later; morning. •• obtained a lease on between thir- ] ' DO-X Arrives in Spain From Bordeaux, France! teen c ea a lease on ociween um-j i j fi i :r fourteen thousand acres of AgCU COUple Sixty-Fifth land from the Luxora Cooperage Co . . About three m'jiths ago the rep- resentatlve of the HumbV> Oil Co. SANTANDER, SPAIN, Nov. 20' came to examine the land. It was tUP)—The Dornler DO-X arrived \ then that he made here from Bordeaux at 2 P. M. 'Statements. The oil Tllc nlnnl 1)HS by NORMAN, Okla., (UP)—Mr. and e, 87 and 85 years old.! I Mannfncturlug company. I Dornler flying , boat DO-X took! thing Ross now has a red tupe ^ „""*[ *' off for Spain at 10:13 A. M. today.' tight lease and Is lo-hing for of- J Bn ' lp!1 j gn | n g the preceding Actively, celebrated -their 65th company was ™l<img anniversary here recently. Farm Wife Kills Child, iw in the lease an ^ rs - Incc wore m arrlcd - _. u u _ ->„:.,., „„,,. in Covlngton. Texas. In 1865. slrit- Sets Tire to Her H 1 Nathan Leopold Spends Birthday in Prison Shop JOLIET, III, Nov. 20. (UP)-Nathan Leopold, convicted with nich- ard Locb of the famous "thrill murder" of Bobby Franks, ana 1 now- serving a life sentence in state prison, spent his 2Gth birthday vnr- LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov., 20. (UP)— The report that the Arkansas National bank of Heber Springs, one of 58 which suspended or closed permanently earlier this week, litid re-opened today was an -as- •iirancc to stale officials tliat banking conditions were becoming normal . - - " Others' Doubtful Whether other banks would' ba able to open at the end of their suspension period' was a question' tcday which puzzled banking department authorities In whose pow-. er the right of 'extending the suspension period lies. Definite word that the American Exchange Trust company, one. of the Urgest and considered one of the- strongest banks In the state, would not open at the close o! tin dent L. L. Jenkins announced he expected It to remain open. Notices posted 'on the doors of the two banks that closer! today stated the directors had decided to close their doors for the purpose of liquidation and to conserve assets for tlw benefit of depositors. : Hannibal Bank Closes 'JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Nov. 20 (UP) 1 —The Hannibal Trust ' company, one of the largest bankln- institutions of northeast Missouri closed Its doors today alter a meeting of the board of directors. The bank h"ad resources of more than $1,500,000. They did not Indicate. when business (night be resumed nor dltl they say If they would ask for extension of the five day period. Two banks yesterday notified state authorities thev had closed temporarily, and a third. the-Bank of Tyrone in Poinselt county, closed nermanently, state banking authorities taking over Its operations. Three jMorc Close . luce had four years of nlshing furniture In the prison shop. Members of the wealthy yoiinp _. u u prisoner's family visited him but rife to Her Home were not allowed to give him pres- ! ents. WAU5AU, Wis, Nov. 20. (UP)—I Leopold, who has an income of Louisville Banks Close LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Nov. 20. (UP) —The Bankers Trust company, capitalized- at $500.000, closed its doorr today shortly after the Union Central bank of Louisville and the Bank of Canesvllle suspended bus(- .ess. The Bankers Trust broueht to 13 the number of banks which, have suspended in Kentucky since las' Monday. Six of them are In Louisville. . . . _.-,., . - . year as t'^puty grand master of the The ship circled over Bordeaux . fers. trnth Arkansas District, which | harbor for several ^minutes, _ test- ' " ' with Confederate Mrs. Arthur Mix. farm wife, set $3,000 a year froal a £50,000 trust fire to her home in a dozen places fund left him by hts millionaire comprises the counties of Mississippi. Poinselt and Craighcad, carrying to the recent state meeting one of th.5 best reports of Masonic work accomplished in the twenty- six Arkansas districts Hold Services Today For Hightower Farmer ag its motors, before It dlsap- 13 passengers aboard, including Spanish and Italian military of-! fleers. I It was understood the DO-X would stop at San Sebastian. Scientist Shows Oyster "R" Months Fallacy forces. They moved to Norman r _._ ; when Oklahoma territory was rp- year-old daughter Beatrice with a lowed to spend o:ily 52 per week In 1830 early today and killed her four- father, Nathan Leopold sr. Is al- . , . PARIS, (UP)-Hie time honored belief that oysters arc only edible Tulfll to Go OH Auction j i^en "blasted by Doctor J. Heber, r( Bl«ck to Close Estate ;sete . °™ °< lhe t)rincipal oysUr towns of France. ened to settlers. butcher knife. • for candy; tobacco and newspapers Auditorium Filled at Third Day's Session of Courier Cooking School Three more banks were added to the list of those which'have suspended business today. They are the Bank of Cornlne. at Cornin?. Citizens Bank, at Bald Kncb. and the Bald Knob Stale bank. The latter honk opsnrd for business this morning but heavy withdrawals during the first two hours of business caused officers to take precautionary measures. All three Institutions were suspended, under the five days provision. The total closed and suspnsdcd since lust Monday mounted', 61 with the three banks closed today. Alabama Safe Drillers Get Cash and Securities An overflowing crowd of more nets, arc given away each day dur- I Wood,'Mrs. C. L. Orrell. Mrs. J Tuiot Is a one man town and : .s' at ' ;S!ics showing th2 towns where classes of the city high school. BERRY. Ala.. Nov. 20 (UP) — Yeggs who drilled and burned their woy Into ihs vault of the Bank of Berry corly thh morning escaped with cnsh totaling between $15,000 and $15,000 and $20.000 and securities rf custcmcm which may total os much as $100.000. The robbery was discovered this morning by Thelan Shepherd, rainier, when he opened for business. "Everything of value In the vault u'a* taken." G. C. Shepherd.' incident, said. "H wns clean, methodical and complete." Big Truck and Coupe Collide on Chickasawba nctery. The Rev. "" [i 0 ! 1 cn a hh irndertaknw or ll.e Cobb Undertaking mark, and butterscotch sauce are S. Mosby. Mrs. D. Gmm. Mrs. company. The deceased widow. Mrs. Stella ; thorlties organized by James when an 'oysters were calen the year around ' The school will close tomorrow, also on the program. Since every. Verdle O'Brien N!rs. 0. J. KoaY- ties asked for a town name ;t "' comparatively free from fever, The final days program has been man's favorite meat is steak, thi* crs, Mrs. K. D. M.irr. Mrs. C. S. HK nis father, J. j. McKay, two brothers an;l three sisters. Boiler Explosion at Sawmill Fatal to One ROGEHS. Ark.. Nov. 20. (UP) — Harold Holman, 60, was killed instantly and Jake Townsend, 30. seriously Injured, when a boiler at the Charles Townsend sawmill five miles north of here exploded today. I! is fe.ired burns receiver! yo~Jis«nri will nrove fatal, by hv ills'for a post office address James an- ' lhc of cases being general- so arranged that housewives who alone should be a drawing card for Lemons. Mrs. R. C:«5. Mrs. S. E. ' • swered, "The place 1s no blitzer ' l * lcj: lu montns ^thaut. R's than for any reason have been unable the largest crowd of the week. Webb, Mrs B. M. M.Utheivs. Mrs - -• - - "" •••• >•- *> -"••>""> -to attend the earlier meetings will, Many Prizes Awarded 'j. M. Glllesple Mrs. \V. A. Grace. learn much from Mrs. Doiwan's i Sixty-two women were winners Mrs. J. W. Maloiwy. Mrs. n. B. closing lecture. The school, whkh of prizes at yesterday's nyeM-i* LaShot. Miss Marie hum-. Mr?. J. Is absolutely free, opens at 2:30 Four Leaf clover coffee. Whitewat- M. Wilson, Mrs Ben Hirri<on. Mrs. ... , _.. . each afternoon and closes at 5 er Rose and Home Queen flour. E. Z. Newsom Mrs H. C. Hall. HlS Westward Might o'clock or earlier. Evergood sausage and chile. Crlsci. Mrs. J. D. XIcDowe;!. Mrs. J. L. Will Give Away Ranje K. c. baking powder, n manicure, McFariand. Mrs. O;i.x> Br.idbsrry Another very Important atlrac- shampoo and wave from Ellis of Dell. Mrs. W. R. Adams. Mrs than two lots, so I think Tulot j iu!ln "' lhe R monllls would be a good name." Soon af- : — trr It was named people began to . n settle here and It since has grown .NeltletOIt Resumes .1110'4- thriving community. An accident occurred this morning at thd intersection of -Tenth Charge Millionaire And Girl With Wife's Murder PORTLAND. Ore., Nov. 20 CUP) — A web of suspicion about Nelson C. Bowles, arrant millionaire* husband, and Irma Loucks, his pretty to their arrest degree murder stenographer, led on a first charge. They wero accused of the slaying -f Bowies' wife, Mrs. Leone Bowles, Portland s r -clety matron. Authorities described as a "fabric cf crude lies." the story of ths siis- nectcd pair that Mrs. Bowles stabbed herocU In the h»art wilht a hreadknifc while In the apartment of .the other woman. Chlckasawba wrijn a large j motor van of the Memphis Forwarding Company, going west on r ;hlckasav;ba, crashed, the front "nd of a Ford Coupe driven by J. I. Johnron of 919 Wc.i' Arh Street. The front left why>l and fender, of the Ford were badly damaged but neither driver was Injured- Anderson Wins Recess of Congress Inquiry MEMPHIS, TENN., Nov. 20 (UP) —A two weeks recess was granted the defendant here tcday when the case of Federal Judge Harry Mf.son? MP?* Friday Night A special meeting of the Chickasawba Lodge No. 13* F. and A. M. will be held Friday night, Nov. 21, Hopes to Start Return Flight Friday BALBOA, C. Z., NOV. 20. (UP)— Engine trouble delayed the return flight r>' Roy Atnmel. Chicago busi- ,» ••••• , v.- h"e today for Columbus, O.. on onslratlons, which will be the gift Moon, Mrs. J. L, Nabors. Mrs. £•>' C. S Stevens Mr< i»rn- ".v :r .1. R. T^nn., the second leg or Us Journey from of the Arkansas-Missouri Power B. Harrison, 'Mrs. E. J. Browne. Mrs Nora H Pep;).-- of Huffman elected Grand Newark, N. J., to ine Pacific cotsl. company to one of the housewives Miss Helen Hardln, Mrs. R. N. Ware , Miss Gladys Barham. Mrs. T. E 'Tale of Armorol. Mr.=. J-e P. Prid. tod Mrs. W. B. WiL'.liims. 7:30 o'clock. Wcrk In Craft deureo. Brothe of Osceola. newly i .... Junior Deacon, will preside. Visit- He wns forced dowii here.yester- attending the school. Scores of jr., Mrs. C. W. Beal! of Little Rock, welcome. ] day by dangerous flying conditions, j other prizes, chiefly of food prod-. Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, Mrs. Sterling ness man, from Panama United States today. to the He said he hoped to go to Ancou field In Panama late today anS start for the United Stales tomorrow. ..-• ). Anderson was- resumed. The decess was asked by counsel tor the' Tennessee jurist and was a surprise to congress committee members and court attaches. The htarlng will be resumed here, Chairman Andrew Hkkey .announced. WEATHER ARKANSAS —Partly cloudy and cooler t-kilsht, Friday fair. According to the official weather observer, Charles Phillips, the minimum temperature here yesterday was 58 degrees and the maximum, 80 degrees; partly ebudy. On the same day a year ago the minimum temperature was 36 degrees and the maximum 62 degrees; cloudy.

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