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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TUP, DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NOimiEAB'fe ARKANSAS AND SOUTHKA8T MISSOURI ' VOLU.MR XXXVI—NO. 95. Blythevllle Courier Blylhcvlllc Herald Mississippi Vnllcy lender Blytheville Dally News Proposed Neutrality Law Changes Shelved By Senate Committee WASHINGTON, July 11. (UP)—The senate foreign re- latipns committee tod»y rebuffed administration efiorts to revise the neutrality law. It voted, 12 to 11, to shelve the controversial measure Jor this session of congress. Tlie committee action—n severe «— __ ' Mow to President Kooscvelir-raised Hie Immediate possibility that congress will wind up. Its business and adjourn within the next two \veeks The committee agreed to defei nil neutrality action until the next, BIiYTIIEVILLE, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1980 session o! congress. Two Democrats, who were victims of President Roosevelt's attempted purge of conservatives in 1938, were responsible for the defeat of the administration. They K were Senators Walter P. George (Dem., On.,) anil Guy M. Gillette (Dem., in.) They cast (he deciding votes to defer action. •Chairman Key Pittman (Dem., Nev,) said: "I should judge that this is the end of neutrality at this session of congress.' of course the motion • anticipates that there may be special session." Pittman added, however, that in his opinion the president would call a special session "only In the event of war in Europe." Pittman revealed an effort would be made to enact legislation lo permit lhe president to impose on embargo against. Japan. Legislation to Ihis end wns introduced by Plttman earlier in the session. He said he would introduce a new bill Immediately and prcdicled proved. that it would be" np- Hunt To Lake City; Roy Joins Law Firm James M. Roy, formerly of Cotton Plant, Ark.,,n recent graduate of the University of Arkansas law school, has arrived here to be associated with the ln\y firm of Reid and Evrard. George M. Hunt, who formerly was associated with Reid and Evrard, has opened a law ollice in " Lake .City, Ark. Cotton NEW YORK, July. H. (UP) — Cotlon closed steady. July- Oct.' Dec. Jan. Mar May open 963 893 871 363 . 854 S4T high low 965 958 903 892 888 875 850 858 87G 803 854 B4G close 963 893 882 870n 863 853 Spols closed nominal at 988, olf 4. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. July 11. (lfP)_ Cotton fiilures closed steady today unchanged to up three points. low close July Oct. . Dec. Jnn. ' Mnr. May open 976 9<H 885 872 804 857 high 977 915 83fl 879 BIS 851 973- 975 901 908 885 892 872 879 864 872 857 ' 863 Spots closed quiet 'nt 355, unchanged. Stock Prices Would Permit Power Sales Beyond Watershed On Specific Authorization WASHINGTON, July 11. (UP)_ The senate and house conference, deadlocked on a Tennessee Valley Authority bond authorization bill, ended in a compromise today permitting TVA to sell power beyond the Tennessee Valley watershed upon specific congressional authorization. Chairman Andrew J. May (Dem., K.y.1 of the house milllary affairs committee, who had led the fight to impase drastic restrictions on further TVA power sales, announced the agreement. He said Senator George W. Morris, who refused to accept the restrictive house amendments, had agreed to the compromise by long distance telephone and the conferees were to meet this afternoon to ratify the agreement. Under the compromise the TVA would be authorized to issue and sell $01,500,000 of new bonds. House conferees, May said, will abandon their demand that TVA power sales be restricted to the Tennessee river watershed. Quick-Drying Coating Will Eliminate 61's Slip'p'ery' Condition Is Claim . Resurfacing of 0. s. Highway 61 in Mississippi County, long hoped for, actually started today. The special spray truck, which sprays a quick-drying coating over the pavement, began Us work threes fourths of a mile south of the 1 Arkansas-Missouri line this morning. ' Work actually started in frenl of the Ross residence with the crew working north loward the line and recoiling only one half of the high-way at the time. The work is slaled to progress rapidly as another crew, working In ndvance, has repaired nil broken places in the pavement, it is said. Although lhe goal is lo recoal two miles dnily, it is believed that it will take about six weeks or two months to complete the job, depending on the amount of rain. There is about 50 miles to be done. Thc reseating, as it Is called by NEW YORK, July 11 (UP) _ engineers, is expecled lo do away Interest in stocks improved today with thc sl 'PPery condition of the and prices moved forward for lhe h '8 lu vay which lias made traveling third consecutive session A. T. & T. ..... Anaconda Copper Beth. Steel Boeing Air Chrysler . General Elect. .. 35 3-8 General Motors 43 3-g Int. Harvester 55 1-4 Mont. Ward N. y. Central Packard Phillips Radio ....... Schenley . Simmons 57-8 ...-. 12 1-4 22 3-8 Socony Vacuum 11 1-2 Standard of N. J 42 5-8 Texas Corp 37 U. s. steel 45 3-4 during rains very dangerous nnd 164 !"*• 'he'same lime it is expected lo 24 3-4 make n smooth pavement. .. 53 3-8 w "!' lhe work started a short _ 21 1 distance from the slate line, six • - 71 3-8. mllcs nor th of here, was not announced. As soon as the machine leaches the stale line, it will be turned and will spray down to where the work started, thus completing both sides of the three- fonrlhs mile before nnpUier unit is slnrled. The work is being done by lhe state highway department ns n maintenance project following pleas made by the Blythcville Chamber of Commerce, Mississippi County AAA, and Highway 61 Beautification Association. 51 1-4 14 3 33 Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS. III., July 11 (UP)—Hogs 9500. > Top 6.95 170-230 Ibs., 6.80-6.90 140-160 Ibs., 6.25-6.40 Buifc sows 4.00-550 Cnttle 3600 Steers 8.25-9.90 Slnughter steer's 6.50-10.25 Mixed yearlings, heifers 8.00-9.25 Slaughter heifers 6.50-10.00 Beef cows 5.50-6.50 Cutlers and low cutters 4.00-5.25 Chicago Wheat open high . low *• close July 65 7-8 66 3-4 65 7-8 66 7-8 Sept 66 7-8 67 3-4 66 3-4 66 7-8 Chicago Corn open high low close July 45 3-4 46 1-4 45 3-4 46 1-8 Says Government Is Watching Broadcasts ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., July II (OP)—Stephen Early, secretary to President Roosevelt, told the National tod; the -ship of news unnecessary. added, however, that SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS U. S, Clami-Stakcr Byrcl Disorders Apparently Stiffen Congress* Determination To Keep Schedule WASHINGTON, July 1). (UP)-Moves In congress'to restore WPA hourly wages lo their previous levels faced serious opposition today as lhe administration irivestlgntec) the first •disorder In, nnllon-ivide relict strikes. r>piity W PA Commissioner Howard'.Hunter said Minnesota WPA officials are making n thorough Inquiry of die Minneapolis riot Jale yesterday in which u policeman was beaten by relief strikers and later <!lctl. The Minneapolis riot wns lhe fust outbreak of disorder in the series of WPA strikes, In which 100.000 workers arc protesting siib- stHuliou of security wages for the prevailing wages paid prior to Ju- nepresenlntive Adolph Sabbath (Dem., in.,) introduced n house bill lo restore the higher wage rales and Senator James Murray 'Dem,, Mont.) offered a similar measure in lhe senate. But the congressional move '«> restore the old wage levels fnced serious barriers from the house nnd senate groups which approved Die new system on recommendation of the administration. Death of the Mihtieapolts policeman iieared likely lo strengthen tiic stand of those who oppose a return to lhe old rates. McNult Nominated •WASHINGTON, July 11 (UP) — President Roosevelt today nominated Paul V. McNull, retiring high commissioner lo the Philippines to be^fulminislrator of the new Federal Agency. The nomination, entirely unexpected until McNutt's arrival lost week in Washington from 'the Philippines, suggested to political observers a move toward on alliance of: New Deal and McNutl T • _ • forces looking toward MO- . Jlennessee Congressman. The,: agency;' -which, .the former ? ; Hn,w K^t,Z /U:_:.;•' [idinun goverflO'r..-nnd.'oji'e'n~ : 'cnm-' for the 1940 Democratic presidential nomination will head Is one of three established by Mr. lontiueror of two' poles, Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrcl, 'right points out on globe to Const Ciuard Commandant R. R. Wncschc the Antarctic region for which he will sail next October lo slake US claims lo land where earlier expeditions planted -the Ameri ican ring Commission for the venture came from President, Roosevelt. Indi > Session ' Committee Head, Dies " • -. WASHINGTONiTjuly 11 '(UP)— Roosevelt under the new govern- Chairman Sam' D • McRcynolds merit reorganization acts. I (Dem., term.), of, the-, house tor- carl E It comprises the bulk of the ad- C| B", affairs committee died today precede ministration's social welfare nclivi- , al his" home here after nn illness lies, Including Sociaj Security, the o[ several months. U. S. Public Health Service, the He was 07. '. ' '' ( . National Youth Administration'(lie• A '"ember of congress'slnce 1S22 Will Confer With Legislat- •ors Pnbt- 1 to CffH..-Fon 'nnnir 11 ,, ? ' V ™' fcmi ee Civilian Conservation Corps, the office of education and the U. S. Employment Service. The nomination wns expected to receive senate approval without delay. Political ramifications of lhe appointment excited Washington speculation. One explanation advanced was iml Mr. Roosevelt wns reaching out for all the support possible In the forthcoming contest, with Hie conservatives Garner (action of the wrty over the 1940 nomination. McRcynold's post as chairman of lhe Important foreign affairs committee had made him a key, man In handling matters of. foreign relations for tho administration. His Illness, however, had forced him, virtually to relire from nc- tlvc service during the hitter congressional fight over proposal!) for revision of the neutrality law. - Representative Sol Bloom (Dem., N. Y.) hns been acting as chairman of lhe cbmniiltee nnd McReynolds' death will give him permanent status In Hint Important Host. ' . . You His, Making Mississippi River Cruise, Visit Relatives At Osceola .°f c EOLA, Ajk., July 11—Shades; down thn Illinois river to Grnfton, ^..._, ........... ... , 1 of Mark Twain. Abraham Lincoln uid others hired lo adventure by the Mississippi river were awakened when three Chicago youths arrived in the Mississippi river at Osceola Friday afternoon in ihcir home-made, outboard motor cabin cruiser for a three-day visit with the junction of the Mississippi by blinding rains nnd wiml. Thc wind several times tore lhe canopy off the cruiser nntl rough waves made the going so tough at times they were forced to head lor shore. They Iried night cruising one night by lights and buoys but their aunt. Mrs. George Eclrlngton hit n log and killed Ihelr engine nnd Mr. Edrington before resum- and decided to travel only by day. ng (heir Chicngo to New Orleans _They average W miles per day of crlllse - j 12 hours. Thc totnl distance from The boys are Irwin Hesley, 19; Chicago lo New Orleans is around his brother, Robert Hesley, 1C, nnd 1400 miles, alley plan to spend •» companion, Allen Jones, .17; all "' neighbors and schoolmates nt Riv- erslde-BrookHeld Institute, Chicago. The older Hesley 'was graduated from the school in June ind will enter La Orange Junior College, La Orange, 111., next fall. A fox terrier mascot, the other passenger. The boat, a de luxe cruiser, 17 feet by six feet, two inches. Is named "Riverside" after the Chl- their programs news." free from false City Council Meets Ing facilities and Ice-bos. Irwin, who is "captain" of the crew, with his brother the engineer and the Jones boy the chef. fif« Hall Trini'(rK*' said hc Purchased' materials for uty nan lomgtvt tnc craft wllh money he ca ,. nc(1 _,. ' ns a pin boy In a bowling alley. The Blytheville city council will, "Since I w as n small boy I always meet in regular monthly session wanted by own boat to cruise down tonight at the city hall at 7:30 the Mississippi," said Irwin "and I have it. Would you believe Only routine matters are slated to there nre 10,000 brass screws come before the council Mayor it?" Sept 471-8 415-8 47, 473-3|noon. Marion Williams safd this aflcr- Leaving Chicago June speelnl session It was learned to- dny. H wns lenrticcl also from Arch Harvllle, tho governor's secretary, Ihnl Jflmes Blnncl, Walnut nidge publisher, would serve ns Bailey's legislative secretary during the special session. The conferences between Bailey nnd the Icgsllntors will be held •tomorrow nnd Thursday, '(hey be for the purpose of explaining the new refunding legislation to (he Intv makers. Bailey went today lo Camp Joe T. Robinson, where lhe slate's national guard Is holding summer camp maneuvers. Thc governor wns drafting refunding legislation there wllli his legal advisers. Denial Of Foreclosure em mm Second Degree Minder Or Manslaughter Charge Against Fiirmer Likely .Tlie forninl charge of immli'r, lodged ngnlnst Mrooks Qmy, 57- yonr-old funnel- of the Victoria ccmmiinlly In connection: with (lie dentil of his sou-lii-lnw, John Dos- Icr, may bo clmngcd to Hint, of innnslniiglitcr or second degree nnii'dcr, It mis announced today by Sheriff Hale Jackson. Pi'csccittlng Altontoy liniue Ivy. continued nn Investigation of the fulfil shooting hue Sunday, night l>rloi' to it preliminary hearing for dray, wlik'li will probably be held tomorrow or '1'litirsday nl Onccola. In the meantime, Orny Is still held In the county jail nt Osccoln without bond, where ho wns placed Eiiiidny night nflcr he gnvu himself over to officers following the shooting. Funeral services were held today for the -i2-ycnr-old man, who died yesterday mftcnioon at the ulytlie- vlllo hospital from gunshot wounds allegedly tnniclcil by Orny as the climax to a family quarrel. Thc Rev. P. ,\t. Sweet,. pastor of the Lake Street Methodist clnircili of Hlytheville, conducted tha services and burial was ninda.nl Sandy nidge cemetery. Hannn' Funeral HomG wns In charge. Besides his -\vlfe, Mrs. Ethel poster, Dostcr Is survived by four sons and two daughters, and one brother, P. L. Doster, o[ nurdclto. According lo Shcrlll Jackson and Deputy Sheriff Leo Schrclck, who conducted the Investigation, Onvy- Intervened concerning Iho alleged sexual iiilslrci\tnicnl ol Castor's wife by her husband and the argument led lo Dostcr twice firing a shotgun nt his father-in-law. :, ; Tile shots arc said to hnvc gone wild before Dray returned the. Most, of the approximately 75 shots ncn- olrnlcd his lung and chesl causing critical wounds. . - Offlcars suld nn Investigation disclosed thai the allair. •was pnir ol the most shocking/or lU:kl«,rt, In the hlslory\of Mississippi.' County. ,"''Thei-vshoot'lng" toolc-i place at..the Dostcr 'house on the Victoria plai^- lallon, five miles northwest of Os- ccoln, where both Dostcr and ardy were tenants for Jim Murrlor who farms the Victoria plantation for the Lee Wilson company. Wife Is Slightly Hurt When Truck Plunges Into Ditch Ben Collins, 23, farmer of nenr Steels, received serious injuries and his wife was slightly hurt when a truck hc was driving ran Into a deep ditch last night near Stcelc. His fnther-tn-lnw, Tom Harrison of Stcele, who also wns In the Climnn I ITnLnlJ truck, escaped injury. i Oilman IS Upneia. Mr , Collins has a serious frnc- . lure of lhe hip. Injuries to the ROCK, Ark., July 11.— | lcn d and body bruis'es. !tc Is rcst- Declarlng notes for $17,500 which Ing very well nt the Walls hos- D. M, Moore of Osceola executed pllal where lie wns brought early to Moses Sllmnn, n kinsman, In this morning following the nccl- 1932. were given without consider- dent last night, about nine o'clock, nllon nnd with fraudulent intent. Mrs. Collins received a sprained nnd Sllmnn line! marked Hie notes nnklc and minor bruises, paid", the 'Arkansas supreme Lights from an approaching car court decided Sllman was not en- blinded Mr. Collins as hc \vas titled to foreclose on a deed of driving the one-ton truck toward trijst to certain Osccola property, a narrow bridge. Hc lost control given lo secure the notes. " of the wheel to cause the machine "Sllman was simply assisting to careen into the ditch, it Is said. Moore to defraud his creditors", 'me steering wheel was bndly bent Hie court said, citing tesllmony lo nnd lhe entire front damaged, show Moore wns insolvent when Mr. Collins, who has lived near the notes were executed and wns Stcele all his life, farms In the forced Inlo bankruptcy by his Denton community. A Slcclc nm- creditors 'four months Inter. bulance brought him to the hos- The supreme court upheld a pllal here, accompanied by his chancery court ruling In thc case, fnther-ln-lnw. Restrictions On Are L ' kely Isiah Cummings, 86, Dies Monday Afternoon T~ i v. r. ~~< ' *rrto;iiH\-tiuw, JUiy 11 ((JL'l — Isaiah Cummings died yesterday Establishment of marketing quota afternoon, hrce o'clock, at thc restrictions on corn WASHINGTON, July H <UP>— home of his son, George Cum- peered Funeral services were conducted 0.,,*.,,.,=, -*, lu this afternoon at the Cobb Fimera! a carryover of Home with thc Rev ~ ~ Hams, pastor of thc this fall np the only . three ; days In thc Crescent City before starting back upstream. • ' Evidence that lhe ' undertaking Is not altogether lot the purpose of satisfying thc boys desire for thrills Is.shnwnMn the fact that Irwin Is keeping an accurate log of the trip,, making numerous pictures ami writing an article tor n magazine to secure money to help pay his tuition in college next term where he plans lo major in metallurgy. When asked about hb previous experience In navigation, Irwin said he had never operated a motor boat, his only experience bo- Ing in handling a duck boat with oars on Lake Michigan for several years. He once planned to construct a ilalboat and cruise down thc Mississippi river ns Abraham Lincoln did, but his parents objected. Asked where he received Ills inspiration, he replied, I read 'Moro Pirates' about ten years ago." Hesley carried a letter of tntro- _. „„„„. cluclion from the concern itianu-' What Is perhaps the largest facturlng the motor he uses to mushroom ever found In Man!- YANKEE STADIUM, New York beating nnd yacht clubs al', along ;toba nnd that will prove to be a •'% ~" the plus .. - 425,000,000 B. Wll- bushels, "definitely Indicates the Irst. Method- possibility" that growers will be possy a growers w e wa, £ Z ' , 0 ™f iatln *', nnd burlal asked to vote next month on re- WBS made nl Elmwood cemetery. str | c tions of marketing to prevent Mr. cnmmlngs, who had lived dumping that would demoralize fe '°r »«»* ?«»«.. had been ,, r | cc ' s . fairly active despite hfs advanced Dimaggio Stars As Mushroom Weichs JO rounds AmAi-i.'at, la™,,,,,,. ST. BONIFACE, Man. tup)- Amencan Leaguers Nazi Techrtique Of Displaying Power Adopted By Britain Ry Unllcil Tress Financial Report Given; Swimming- Classes To Start Soon A llnanclnl report of (ho locnl chapter o( (he chlckn'xawbn district of the American lied cross and arrangements for swimming classes to bo held hero under n certified Red Cross Instructor were inado this morning when 17 members of the executive board met at the city hall.' Mrs. Tom - llrndshor, .executive, secretary, reported that $20,00 hail been sixmt on the trachoma clinic, n phase of the -health correction work. Fein teen patlc-nts were hos- pllnllMd last month for major operations and treatment. Of the fourteen, six nvc still In the hospital. A total of $U'i.32 wns ox- lioudcd for cmergcmiy relief •during the month of June, Mrs. Bratl- er. said. . The chapter has distributed 2B cnns of yeast in.this city nnd '20 In Osccoln among 20 pollag'ra pn- tleiils. There remain, however, !>2 cnns of yoast on hand which. will be supplied (o patients certified by physicians. The ycnst nmy lie secured from the county health mill, 11 was announced. ...Of the 20 trnch'oiria patlcrilii, Mrs. Briidshcv :inld lhnt,15Spcr cent of them could not see well enough to work.at the tlme-'tUiiy were accepted for treatment. Now, through four operations and oilier treatment,, tho patients have made remni'knMo Improvcinont niid are now recovered fiiirfiiilflntly'to i -Mrsi;LV:'Ij'. Hiibchor, •wh.p',w ed the K<?(l Cross .Atiiih'tic school nt Rdcknwiy Bench,', reported - on the school nntl Hie nrnuigcinciita she iins mnde for conducting eludes hero. As n certified Instrtictor In life snvlng nnd first' nld f she Gi-cfit Bi'ilnin soul more than 100 nowbrful new bomb- era flying over continental Bui-ope todV in another move to convince Atlolf Hitler and Iho world that Z n™ns in herprcDnrntioiia to rosisl future aggression. crossed the English Channel on an unprecedented training'' flight to Franco still another British craft —purchased In America-was attempting n, spectacular flight from Sun Diego, Calif', to England to demoastrule the vast range of modern bombers. The suddenly expanded spiead of Oient Biltnln'B new'air force wni nn outward lllusliailoii of the gov-. cinment's firmer stnnd ngnlnst any Na?,l move to solve the Danzig dispute with Poland by force. in the Par Eni>t a Biltish warship ivn.s dispatched to Tslngtno after x Chinese mob had stoned the Brlt- sh consulate general in n renewal of the nuii-Drltlsh demonstrates, / Some dispatches reported that Japanese plain dollies operatives uere in tho niob which hurled rocks through Iho windows of several Ilrithh-buildings. Uiltlsh 'and Japanese forces nt Tientsin also came close to a clash over custody of n Chinese boatman who had ferried to the Billlsh concession. Japanese lighting against Soviet, foices on tho Outer Mongollan- Manchukuan frontier continued hut wns lighting chiefly to airplane nnd artillery duels, A Japanese commander at the front told newspaper correspondents that there were about 200 of the enemy still on tho Japanese side of lhe frontier. While American and European coiicspondcnts were', on the scene Japanese olncois staged nn interview for them with a group' of Russian prisoners. 1 The prisoners told thc usual story heard nt such mass Interviews behind enemy lines, .nssei ling that Sovlet'morale was unsatisfactory and otherwise crlllclilng the Russian government, Four Babies Die In '-<••. TnisvrSectiorf'JWonday 'Pour babies died In Blytheville and immediate vicinity yesterday. Of Ihe four, three died nt With. Alum Vcrnon who died yesterday afternoon nt the Blytheville will start her classes nl the Wnlk-l hospital of colltts was the 19- er Pnrk pool Wednesday mornliie! months-old dnwghter of Mr. nnd nt len o'clock. The classes will be nn' hour am! n half In length nii'J will meet five days n Week, Tues- dny ^through Sntimlny, until lha poor closes. These -classes nre for both chll- Mrs. McKlnlcy. Tlie Hcv. Kuphn D. Beasley, pns- lor of Iho First Church of the Nnznrcne, conducted the rites this afternoon nt tho family residence, 1701 West Vliie street. Burial wns rircn nnd iidults. Those vvlm ni'o li>-; mnile nt North Snwb.i cemetery lereslod but nre unable lo meet j wltli cobb Funeral Home In charge. cliisscs fit this'lime, mny receive Imtruolioii'i nl night by telephoning ^fre. Ilnbcner, 11 wiis nn- noiinecd. Ihe bnby wus an only child;The trt'in json nnd daughter, 1 'born to Mr. nnd Mrs. O. -P. r \Vadklns ycslcrday, lived-but n few hours A report, on home hygiene nnd before tlioy died Into last night nt cure of the sick clnsses which are tho fnmlly residence near Gosncll bclnsj conducted nt Manila, .was T i, c ( i al , e i ltcr had been named given by Mrs. Auu Boyd, county B |llle Pay and tho son, Fred Louis health nurse. Those classes which Thc condition O f the mother Is nnvc 15 members an; ccnducled f n [,. svco y ' .. _ '_ Funeral services were conducted .. 'I this afternoon nt North Sawba SaVS ' Recordings In • I cc »ietcry with Cobb Funeral Home c I j ln charge. Besides their parents, raKea they nre survived by four brothers, Woodrow, Newt, O.' P. Jr., and r tase l.OS ANQELBS, July 11. ,(OP>— Thc question of whether outsiders Douglas Wadkln.s, ""d two sisters; Louis and Christine Wadklns. mny have been hired to innkc fnkc | The Infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. recordings of lewd conversations Pcto Atkins wns dend upon birth previously attributed to the riev. i yesterday at the family residence nenr Oosncll. The condition of the Joe Jelfers and his wife arose to- dny at the couple's trial on charges of Immoral conduct. Thc convcrsallsn, largely unintelligible, included remarks about a book of lewd photographs the Rev. Jelfers allegedly brought back from France. ' , A technician, Paul Uowc, denied under cross examination that the records had been faked lo "frame" the Jelfcrs. Dell May Soon Be mother today is good. Rites were held this morning at North Sawba cemetery with Hannu Funeral Home In charge.: Besides his pnrcnU,. tho baby is survived by one sister, Shirley Ray Atkliis. Modesty Will Be Rule On Cleveland Beaches CLEVELAND, O. (UP)—Tile big strong lads who loll on the sands n A -t • ur III °' Lake Erie's shores hereabouts By Artesian Well this summer and guard the lives of bathers have these rules to en- The town of Dell, eight miles west of here, will so:n have artesian force in bathing attire: Strapless bathing suits nre nil wnter, liisiead cf lhe old fashioned r| S ht > b Mt two,-plcce brassiere-and- piimps, if plans of the. town'coun- trunks suits exposing the midriff cil materlnllze. A ne iv 1500 foot well, dug by the new Dell Compress Ccmpany to provide water facilities for its plant, can be used by tlio townspeople, It has been Indicated by directors of the company. •'• Tlie town will have to furnish ft arc taboo. Play suits for girls are all right, too, nut they mustn't get wet, because "you can see right through them then." While balhing suits for the girls are' allowed °i>'y If they are lined. The men's new-style trunks- tunic fcr storage of the water nnd salln with newer designs—also are have It piped to the town's resi- j banned nloiig with athletic and deuces. Mayor Noble all!, who is tennis shorts. White trunks are hendlng the committee nt work on permissible if they are of heavy the project, said the newly organ- material. ized Young Men's Club had voted to cooperate and It was possible iirr-.Tunn that the water could be in every WhAIHLK house by early fall. Women Teachers DANVILL-E, Pa. (UP) — There . will be no more school In , (UP) -The American Danville . , „ - , Brand feast was found on the League defeated thc National rl" "I 'i' guests of the Memphis Yacht club outskirts of thc union stockyards. League 3 to 1 In an nil-star game {„ .Si, Hi Hint city. They loaded on *w- The mushroom weighed 30 pounds today before 62,892 fans. Joe Dl- ^^rS^rt^TS- «: plies Monday afternoon prenar.v rmd was 3Vi inches In clrcumfcr- magglo hit a home run for the ? g marriage, de wereI ™ n ' . wwc slowed up on the 317 milesitory to proceeding this rnornlng, ,cncc. j American Leaguers. would be hired hereafter. Arkansas—Fair tonight and Wednesday. Memphis and vicinity—Fair tonight and Wednesday; little change in temperature. , The maximum tempernture here yesterday was 91, minimum 59, clear, according, .to Samuel P. Morris, official weather observer.

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