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Served by the United Press BKTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS HOME EDITION TUB DOMIKANT NEWBI'AVER OP NORTIIBX Sr AKKAN9A3 AND BOUTUEAST MISSOURI Blylbovllie Daily News Blythevllle Courier Mississippi Valley leader Hlyllieville Herald W.YT1IKV1U.IO, ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 19IM SINGLE COPIKS 1WR CENTS AGREES TO INSULL'S DEPARTURE Hundreds oi Deputies Mo- bilixed to Prevent Escape of Outlaw I'OHT HUHON, Mich., March 17 il)Pj—Uoih sides of the International boundary were blockaded today In u new manhunt for John IJillinger. notorious outlaw, following the- grocery .stoic gun battle in which his negio companion, Hsrbcrt Youngblood. and Deputy Shcrifi Charles Cavnnagh were killed. l-'ivo hundred peace officers were conccmrnied in the .surrounding "thumb" section of Michigan, blocking all roads and searching eui'h automobile within n 50-mile nidins of the city. The intrusive vigil was maintained iifu-r Youngblood, dying from stu-n bullet wounds in a hofi- piuil her'~- yesterday, said thai Dii- linger and three other ini-n accompanied him here following the wooden pistnl jail lunik at Crown Point. Ind. Five Perish in Memphis Fire Today MEMPHIS. TV1U1 , M-.u. IT tUI'i --Flw iiersons. including a young mother and her two weeks o!d baby. |>erlshcd Just tcturc dftwn w- duy . when llamcs swept IhruiiBh their upslaiis bedroom. Tlie dead are Mr. and Mrs Earl Hammond, 22. their infant duugh- ler, unnamed. Earl Hammond jr., 3, and Miss Kitty l&y. 21. Mrs. Hammond's sister. Mrs. Hammond, who returned yesterday from the hospital where her baby was bora, attempted to save her child. She fought her Roosevcll Led by "Traitorous Elements" Rick,' enbacker Tells Solans way toward the door with the WASHINGTON, Mar. U IIU') Army airmail oprr-iliwns will resumed ul one minute past midnight Monday in thrr? /outs, the war department revealed today. Mint to Strike Roosevelt Medal Oidercd struck the ; Plilladvlphln mini is this three-Inch Maklcy races Iteitli LIMA, O.. March 17. (UP) Charles Makiey today was found guilty on a charge of firr.l ilegrcc muixler in tile slaying of Stierilf Jesse L, Sarlx?r and v:ill be sentenced to death. The jury, which resumed deliberation this morning after receiving the case last night, did not recommend mercy. Thus Makk-y became the second Dilllnger gangster convicted on murder charges '^ro^ving out of u Bang raid 01 •fall to' libei I'ieruont, alleged trigscrmnn, was previously convicted. Russell Clark awaith trial for the same crime. boby in her arms but she fell In (he flames. 1EN COURT ttilM Trial of Terry Lloyd (or Death oi William Copeland Sel for Tuesday CARUTHERSVrLLE, Mo.— The regular March term of circuit court will convene here Monday, March ID, with the hearing that day of 30 parole cases. Tuesday will mark the beginning of the criminal docket, in which arc listed OS cases. Ten murder cases will be heard bronze medallion lor President Homi-vi-lt. bearing Uw likeness of the President on the face and the While House sea! ot; Hie reverse. Designed by J. U. Sinnock, clilel eiifiiaver ol Hie Philadelphia mint, WASHINGTON. Mar. 17. (UP) land approved by the President, copies of (he mcdii] will be sold to the [m Uie^Ja.ll here las •rate"Dmliig~er. Harr Ihis term. - , • • •! The trial of Terry Lloyd, accused of the murder of his stepfather. Wm. Copeland of Blythn- ville, Is also scheduled for Tuesday. This murder took place July 4, when Copland was taken for a ride, beaten, and left to die In a field in the south part of the couiv March 31 Is Deadline for Rice Acreage Cut STUTTGART, March 11.' ' ITJP) —The Arkansas program to reduce riuc- acreage to 131.000 acres must be completed by March 31, C. C. Randall, district cxtf-nsiou service head, ruled today. The deadline is II days behind that in Louisiana, where growers arc requesting more time for sign- u is. Sign-up is pioceeding satisfactorily here, although figures are nol available because of techni- —Cuplaln Eddie KickcnbacXer, famous wnr time ace, told the sen- ale postotfici 1 committee today that Piesldrnt Kooscu'lt had been led by -traitorous elements In his official family" 10 cct "contrary to American principles" in cancelling priv.vU' airmail contracts nnd ordering the army to lly the mail. Before completing u prepared staletr.cm, Hitiu-nbric'jtcr was interrupted by Cliairmnti McKellar (Dem., Tcnn.i who told him sharply thai hi- could not be permitted to "attack the president ur make a political s[>eech." McKcllar's action touched on" a lispiite among corrmillteemen ami Rickenbaeker finally retired Iroin he room while siwctatois am hreo ."enators applmuM. MrKellar Intrrrupls "I think I've e.irnrd my heritage to American citizenship,' Rickenbaeker bogRii, rising lo his feet. T believe that in fairness to oil chief executive he should, In p'-irg ing American commercial aviatloi of undesirable elements, purge hi official family oi those whose trai torous, .elements,. few .In . iiuaiber I Impe, who caused biai to act con trary to American principles." McKellar rapped on the commit tee table with n cignrot. (ray. "I'll have to ask you nol to broker Arraigned [n Model's Death public at. one dollar each. The case of Monroe Leek, deputy constable, charged with mur- tack the president or make a po- dcr in connection with the slaying h'tical speech," he said sharply. calities involved in signing up. Cloxing Stock Prices NEW YORK. Mar. 17 (OP)Worry over labor difficulties anticipated early next \vcek. nnd over the outcome of stock exchange regulation iliscussions led nnny to unload stocks on today's short session. Prices declined sharply near (he clo.se wilh losses extending to three points. A. T. and T ........... 118 7-8 Anaconda Copper ....... 145-8 Bethlehem Steel ...... 42 7-8 Chrysler ............... 52 1-4 Cities Service .......... 31-8 Coca Cola .............. I (Jcncral American Tnak 39 1-2 General Electric ........ 21 7-8 Genera) Motors ........ 36 5-8 International Harvester 41 1-' Middle-west Utilities ____ 1 Montgomery Ward ---- 31 5-b New York Central .... 31 Packard ................ 51-2 Phillips Petroleum ---- 17 3- Rntlio ................. 71- Siimnon.1 Beds ......... 20 Standard of N. J ...... 45 Texas Co .............. 26 1- U. S. Steel ............ 51 3- Nc.iv York Cotton of John Jones, ngrd McCarty .com- jnunity resident, In the South End Garage here last 'January, is set for trial Tuesday. The state will attempt; to prove the slaying was a premeditated murder, Jones having killed Leek's father several years ago. Another trial, expected to attract a large crowd, is that ol Parker Morgan and his father. Henry Morgan, both jointly charged with the murder of Carlos Adkins here last September 13. The elder Morgan was engaged In a fight with Adkins, when Parker shot him. The affair occurred just across the street from the courthouse, at the entrance of the Rood building, where Adkins was being akeu to make band pending his earing for an alleged fight be- ween him and the younger Moran the previous night. Charge Adults Received Goods Stolen by Youths Four adults will face trial In nunicipal court Monday on charg- of knowingly receiving arllcles stolen by juvenile members of heir families. The defendants, all of whom have entered pleas of not guilty, ire Mrs. Florence Kirk. Mrs. Ellen Rlley, Mrs. Kinnell and Hubert Kinnell. They arc alleged to have received and used articles removed from Nabers Brothers grocery, Moore's grocery and a service station with knowledge that the goods were stolen. Two youths, both of whom have served terms in tho stale industrial school for boys, are said to have confessed the thefts. "I don't think that's fin attack on the president." Senator Lo'i gan broke in. "Let's confine ourselves lo the bill," McKellar continued. "If you have anything more to say on the bill v.'O'll hear yo:i." Kickcnbackfr Applauded Logan protested, nickentocker sat down, gathered up his papers ami prepared to leave. McKellar dismissed him and called the n?xt witness. As RickenbacXer. hW (ace Hushed, rose again, the spectators applauded until he had gone will: his friends and officials of the North American Aviation company who accompanied him. in tho course of testimony Rick- enbacktr told the committee tha achievements thus fur in commercial aviation were "disappearing like a sand dime- on the Sahara desert" because of the contract cancellations. -las Responsibility for Averting Strike Called by A. F. of L. Drastic Cut in Aid to Destitute Will Be Made April A lurge pioixntlnn of lluvse who have been the beneficiaries of CWA and emergency relief pro- Ki'tinis during recent months will have to provide for themselves as best they nre able utter April 1, II wixs inuile clear by W. R. Dyess stnto relief and OWA director, In a talk at Wynne last night In which he explained to relief workers of norlhrast Arkansas the relief program of the future. Mississippi county had 62 rep rentutlves ul the meeting, whtcl was attended by 478 persons fron eleven northeast Arkansas conn Dos. Now Prncrajnj Planned April 1, Mr. Dyess explained, wll sec the end both of the CWA and of direct cash relief to the toll ttite. In their stead will' be hunch cd n work program for the destl lute unemployed of cities of 5.000 uomdatlon or more, « rurnl vo- FLASHES MONDAY WASHINGTON. — The hulls-.Ini'.iy irjiumrd ronslilrradcm nf tin- HanUtrad rnttim iirndurtluii i-oiilidl lilll which wuuld limit Hie I'M i>r«|i In 10,1)04,11110 liali-s. l.radrrs ajrml In vuti' Sluinliiy. MhTIH.'KN AND I.AUWITON HONOHKI) Hoi.i.vwoon, cai. — Unity- wood'! "All Amrrlru" Him (ram aHsunifit aitr Intrniulluittl apprar- »n« loduy »itl» Kulharhii- \lr\i- blirn -iliurillr huhnrs across the Atlalllk with Charlrs l.iutblnll .•is Ihe outstanding performers of 1933. Miss Hepburn wa» honored for hfr performance lr- "MomlrMT {llorj" >nd tjiuililcjn for hl« Britlih-nlmtil rolllcklnc loninly, "The Private Life of Kin* Hrnry VIII." MKS ROOSKVK1.T IlKl'UUNS WASIIINXiTON.—Mrs. Kim*- vfll arrived home from h«r tour uf Fuctto Klcn and the Vlrsin l<iliind<; tod:iy ami was nu-t at the sl.itioii tiy the pr.-siilfiit. He Kiininwntnl that («laj Is Uw 'iath muilvenuiry of Ilitlr marrliirr. hriirr lie left ills study In the White Home to irtfcl the first lldy. WASHINGTON, Mar. 11. lUP)— Industry'./- ability to govern llsell v.as put lo Ihe test today as automobile manufacturers sought tonic means of averting a crisis with labor. The situation held Implications of major import to the entire NKA set-up and the president's recovery program. Upon the shoulders of the three man code authority of the automobile industry vns placed respon- 'iity .•iui ttC.asinn.^it^-ipisg labor . dispute' which today reached thn point where the American Federation ol Labor hail ordered 7&.000 /lien to strike next week. Imbllllatlon program, and distribution of surplus commodities to destitute persons net, physically capable of self-support. Blame (or the ending of tho CWA program was placed by Mr. Dyess upon those In charge of the work In communities throughout the country, who, lie snld, had been guilty of abusing U for selfish political and personal reasons. The CWA was being stopped, he said, because It lind been "it CAPTDHED HOUSTON, Tri.—F.ral (Baby Face) Joyiwr, 2U, fuslllve Texas (unman, robber :ind Jail escape artist, was c»pturrrt as he !.l*pt In a fannhuiue mvir lier* today by Shi-riff T. A. ninford or Harris county sind a poiie of officer*. Greek Public : 0 p i n ID n! Forces Liberal Policy] Toward Fugitive ' • ATHENS. Mar. 17. (U1'5—Tliol Qreek BOVUI nmi.-nt>, surrc'.idcrlng to I tlic ii!ii;izlilt r rcslslanco of Siimuiill Insuli. fiiRltlve Clitaigo utllltlesl niiiBniiie, against cllorts to de-| port him to America, agreed to-1 day lo give lilirt' his traveling pa-1 purs and lo,', him sail away on the! steamer Mnlolls. ' • * The govcnimenl's ttecislori In complicated Intornutlonaj bltuatlonl \v;is malc-rlally Influenced ' by'aj slrOtiff public opinion which had! viewed Insull's battles for liberty | with admiration. HLs Inat desr-erate attempt to I evade the deportation order, when [ he escaped » police K"ard and I duslieit tlirougU the Mediterranean! on the Malotls only to be ordered I back lo Greece by highly tndlg-J nniil oniclnts. brought the , nuilll-inllUotiaire further aympatriy. Accused i-f beating to deatli hla diililhooil sweetheart. Mra. Kilna Leaved, after a nfglit club tour In New York, Arlliur W. Morse, Wall Street broker ami former Harvard footliall playu-. i4 shown leavlug IfnmlcltieCoitrt ofier urraignruent. Mra. l.eavett, a SC-ytar-oW divorcee, ami artl?l's model, mis a resident of Hrooklinc, Mass. NEW YORK, Mar. 17 (UP) — Cotton closed steady. open higji-low close Mar 1255 '1205 1205 120-ln May 1220 1221 1210 1213 Jul 1231 1233 1221 1224 Oct 1247 1247 1235 1236 Dec 1250 1257 1247 1247 Jau 1252 1262 1250 1252 Spots closed steady nt 1235, un- chnnged. Pitcock Will Be Awarded Law Enforcement Medal New Orleans Cotton LITTLE ROCK, March H. (UP —Chief of Detectives James A Pitcock of Little Rock, it will be announced In Sunday papers, wil be awarded the medal for doln most to enforce the law in Ar kansas during the past year. Unit cd Press learned today. The selection is made annuall by reporters of the two Simda papers and the attorney genera NEW ORLEANS, Mar. 17 (UP) —Cotton closed easier. open high tow close 1210 1210 1210 1204b 1221 1221 1212 1214 231 1231 1222 1223 1244 1244 1234 1235 1254 1254 1243 1244 1257b 124Sb Miir May Jill Oct Dec Jan Spols closed steady at 1525, off Mas- Chicago Wheat open high low close 87 3-8 87 7-8 87 81 3 87 3-4 88 3-8 87 3-8 81 5 Chicago Corn Demands Pay for Cotton Seiml by Northern Force GIIKISIETI BILLS pPTLt lytheville On Cash Basis for First Time in Months, Mayor Says For the first time since- he as- umed office last April the city BlythfvlHe Is now on a cash asis. Mayor Cecil Shane said toy. At the time he was inducted in- i office the city had between I2.0CO and $13.000 in accumulated ccounls payable, the mayor stat- d. Of this amount the largest um. about SG.OOO. was due Associ- tcd Utilities for water service. Warrants, acceptable by tin heriff nnd collector, were issued iy the city to the water company n the amount of $5,000 to cove: he £6.300 debt as the first movi n a retrenchment ix>licy.. The: igreements of creditors of the clt on old accounls to accept pay raents as pro-rated among thei vcre secured with the understand ng that current bills would re ccive preference. Chefks recently Issued pnid 0 the last of the old accounts an current bills arc now met promp' ly. It Is reported. The sheriff an collector, withholding a mill an a half of the city's mUlage n agreed, has now reduced '.lvM mcnls wcr i. tnhC!n tn c i, n rge b Ballot (or Apvil 3 Voting Will Be Closed on Monday Only one contest will be pro- Uled in the municipal election April 3 and one aldermanlc post my go abegging If additional can- Idatcs do not enter the field be- orc the ballot closes on Monday. So far the only oflice sought by moio than or.c candidate Is the position of city clerk. Sidney C Craig, incumbent. R. L. McKnlght and Hoss Beivers are In a three- way race for the office. Sam Mannll Is unopposed for city attorney nl this time mid tlie same is true of L. G. "Pete" Thompson, first ward alderman and E. R. "Rabbit" Jackson, Ihlrt ward alderman. All are seeking re-election. No candidate has filed for th second ward aldermanlc office John Roney is occupying the pos found honestly and fairly. Under the work • program for cities, as outlined bv Mr. Dytss, It Is believed by local relief workers that Blytheville would be en- tilled to a quota of between 600 and 100 men. Under this program, however, no materials will bo furnished, and (he ability of the city and other -public agencies to pro- Wc them Is likely to prove n liming factor. Will Finance Farmers The mral rehabilitation progrniji alls for the selling up In each ounly of a committee of five, •hlch for Mississippi county will onsist of the home demonstration gent, a county agricultural agent, a labor represcnliillve, a planter, n<l B. N. Wilson, who Is at pres- nt serving as county CWA supervisor. Each county committee vill in turn name committees of hree from each township. These committees will pass upon nppllca- lons. Those approved will lie placed upon land owned or leased by the government and will be fur- ilshed with tools pnd supplies by Oil) BAH, WAGES WASHINGTON. — Railway li>- Ixir unions today Itally rejected I'reildrnt Rsosevfit's proposal for a six months *a|t truce and an- ncuncrd ther *oald IraUt th:-it baulo waft r»((4 tin restored upon July I, W4.-- v . Martlr. Insult In Jail TORONTO, Out., Mar. n O1P) —Martin J. Instill, former utility magnate, loser In a long fight to escape exit-million, was In city Jail today awaiting the arrival of Cook county authorities lo lake him bacZ to Chicago to stand trial on charges which grew out of the collapse oT the vast Instill utilities empire, Ills linltlc to remain hi Canada, which lasted more than 17 months,' ended when Chief Justice William Mulock dismissed his appeal agninsl extradition. ATLANTA, Ga. (UP) — H. B. "'uss. of College Park, has re- pencd Ms fight to receive payment >r cotton that was seized by the nion army on May 10. 1805 ut ic close of the War between tho talcs. He Is attempting to revive In iuperlor court the longstanding ail trover proceedings to recover rom the federal government the ahir, plus interest, on 500 bales f sea island cotton that was seized at Columbus. The cotton bc- ongcd, according lo the records, o the late Mrs. Julia B. Fuss and allegedly was seized by one Cap- nin Sutton of the Fourth Iowa Cavalry, under the command, of General Wilson, of the Federa' army. It is claimed that Captain Button gave Mrs. Ftiss a receipt. Members of the Fuss family pre se-nled their claims lo the U. S Court of Claims many years ago but It uas "buried" In office flies The case was revived In .1922 In the form of bail trover proceed ings to obtain the record from ^ H. Warden, of Atlanta. The docu at present but his term expires I April and he has nol yet filed a a candidate to succeed himself, Names of candidates not print cd on the official ballot may be written in by voters. f BELIEF OFFIpHOJ Charges Not .-Well Founded,; District Supervisor Declares the government on terms similar to those under which tenants • are furnished by private planters. The purpose Is to enable destitute persons capable of carrying on farm operations to make themselves self-sustaining. A relief set-up, similar to tha of the present but undoubtedly smaller, will be maintained t< mnke Investigations of persons ap plying for any form of assistance and to supervise the dlstrlbulto! of surplus commodities amon (hose physically Incapable of self Two of 10 Stolen Checks Forged and Cashed Two out of 10 printed cliecks of Jesse M. White, local sign painter, stolen from his office recently, avc been forged and cashed. It •ns reporled today. One of Ihe checks, filled In for I and presented by a negro, was ashed by an Ash street merchant Another for $12 was cashed bj he Bank of Stccle. it was re- lorlcd here. Mr. White said 10 check forms were stolen from his ofiice. H said the blanks were removed from his check book In such a man re rthat he did not miss then until the appearance of the forgei checks caused him to investigate open high low close May 50 3-4 51 3-8 50 3-4 51 Jill S3 53 3-8 52 7-8 52 7-8 amount of Ihe water company (sheriff Lowry and through th warrants outstanding to abo'.U S2.- ycnrs n, c y |, nre h (, c]1 accur ing dust in the sheriffs office. The petition of 1922 placed a value of $25,000 on the papers of cotton. Chers* Won Divorce BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (UP) — Mrs. Violet Van Amring's test mony that her husband he* strovig cheese under her nc*e un 111 she became nauseated, won lie a divorce in superior court grounds of Intolerable cruelty. One Chinese newspaper, nt Pclp- Ing. has been published continuously for HOO years, ASHLAND, Ore. (UP) —Thn carrots bound tightly togcthi were pulled by E. C. Bart, of Ash land. Each of the vegetables ha grown through a broken top of water faucet. pport. Any further federal osslstanc Charges of "cmel and Inhviman" reatment of federal relief benc- claries by Ihe, tocnl p. E R. A. flice, contained In a petition sent o stale relief Authorities, wore ound to tc without foundation palmer Patterson, supervisor of oclal service work for northeast, Arkansas, who was here Thurs- lay and Friday. Alter Interviewing numerous lo- ol people and checking up on Ihe work of the local relief office. Mr. Patterson indicated that he fotinti 10 vcasoii tor dissatisfaction with the work, of Mrs. Harmon Seford and oilier members of the relief staff here. Today two persons who had re- Interest Rate Reduced on Crop Production Loan* ST. LOUIS, Mo.—The Interest rate paid by farmers on short term production loans secured through production credit associations has been reduced, (rom G pci- cent to 5',£ per cent, according to Joseph R. Cosgrove, executive vice-president of the. Federal Interme'datie Credit Dank of St. Louis. "This reduction will mean substantial savings to farmers obtaining production credit loans, 1 Mrs. Caigrove said. The reduction In Interest rate to farmers follows automatically ~", a reduction In the discount rate of the Federal Intermediate Credit Bank from 3 per cent to 21$-percent, the lowest discount rate in le history of the Intermediate redlt 'Dank. The Tntrcmcdlntc Credit Bank oes not lend directly to farmers ut discounts, or purchases, pro- uctlon paper for production reiilt ns-iocialions, agricultural rcdit corporations. • and livestock Kin companies, from funds ob- nincd through the sale of deb«n- the unemployed apparently de <-nds upon enactment by con- ess ol old age pension 'and un- nDloyment Insurance measures ceived help froin the local office voluntarily circulated a letter ex pressing the belief that the relief work here had been lur.dled as well as wns physically passible, to which they obtained several hundred signatures. Complaints against the way the relief program Is handled, Mrs. Se ford said, nre undoubtedly sincere In some cases. She explained tha with a limited personnel and will thousands of coses It was Impossl blc to handle all requests lor hell, promptly and at the same time t make adequate Investigations t make certain that a^islance wo. given only where eststed. genuine nee Cotton Belt Brakeman Killed in Fall from Car CAMDEN. Mar. 11. (UP)—Wll- am A. Stcele, 38-year-old Cotton Belt brakcman, was killed near lerc late last night when he fell rom a moving oil car. lie Is survived by his mother, Wrs. Mary Steele. three brothers, iack Stcele, lonrter manager of he Little Rock Travelers, S. A. Steele, and Leo. all of Little Rock. ind two sisters, Miss Loretla Steele, Los Angeles, Cal., and Mrs. C. E. Thomhlll of Pine Bluff. New Taxicab Strike Called in New York NEW YORK, March 17. (UP)— A new general toxicab strike It America's largest, city was, callet today, effective Immediately, r was voted by 5,000 delegates a 5:30 a.m. after an all night meet Ing. Many c»bs still were on th street* several hours later and the exact number out could nol Immediately be determined. 'ush Plans for Opening New Caruthersville Ban! mes lo the investing public. Two Women Fined for Fighting in City Hall Lulu Mae Twillcy and Zulu Mae Twillcy were fined two dollars each n municipal court yesterday for attacking Mrs. John Wilson in the main corridor of tho city hall -ttie :lay before. The women were jailed by a deputy constable who Interrupted the disturbance while a group ot city hall loiterers looked on Iri jlce. H. C. Powers entered a plea of. guilty to a charge of illegal possession and was fined $50. H. W. Spain was fined one dollar for failure to pay city Uos tnsv CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.— or the new state bank for Caruth- Mulc Kick Worth S10.0M BOISE, Idaho (UP>—Amulekick rsville have been completed, and I fiucoro<1 " by Frnnk Evans whi ] e he next step will be securing $30.000 from the R. F. C.. those fur-! hcrlng the organization announe- c-d yesterday. Local money, In the *utn of $50.000. has been subscribed and is on deposit In St. Louis. The new bank will have a capital stock of J50.000 and surplus of $10,000, The name of the bank Is to be the First Slale Bank of Caruthersville. Personnel ol the new institution has nol been announced, but R. l>. Ward, locaf attorney, has been mentioned as the probable prcildent. Present plans call for Ihe now bank to occupy the building formerly occupied oy the Bank of Caruthersville. which was placed In liquidation recently. It Is expected to have the new- institution unaerway by the first of April. icrvin? In the army, brought him SIO.OOO recently. Evans was warded that amount by federal district court on a war Insurance- policy. WEATHER Arkansas—Rain, except rain and sl«t in northwest portion. Coli wove, temperature 22 to 23 degrees hi north and 20 to 30 degrees In south portion tonight Sunday partly cloudy, colder In east nnd south portions. Strong- northerly winds. Memphis and vicinity—Rain tonight. Rain and snow tomorrow The maximum temperature here yesterday was 72. minimum 4< clear, according to Samuel F NorrU, official weather observeri

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