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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE rM^MTMAKT "MrcWRPAPTCn r«n x?r\iJ«itra* D m In*-*.... __ , ^^U^^ f f ^^^ VOLUME! XXXVI—NO. 101. Blythevllla Courier Blylhevllle Herald THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Nazi Spokesman At Danzig Insists No Compromise Possible Mississippi Valley Lender Blylheville Dally News BIATIIEVILLE, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1939 D . ANZIG> Jllly 18 - (UP)-Nazi spokesmen ' 1 ' Polish Hitler. any , P , *, "n^M among party leaders ami Foei'ster, local chieftain, who last week visited Adolf "H must be made clear to a practical politicians that Poland impudent' attitude is not calculat ed to establish a basis for .-iego tiations," the newspaper, which the mouthpiece for Foerster, salt) "No Polish compromise on Dan zlg or the corridor has any chanc to succeed. The fuehrer's ger.crou proposals, which j Poland rejected Will not be repealed." WARSAW, July 18.—Poland gav an enthusiastic reception last .'sigh to MaJ.-Gen. Sir Edmund Ironsldi Inspector-general , of British over seas' forces, who came lo court with, milllary leaders on co-ordi natlng. Poland's military stron-tt with that of Britain and France Reports that Gen. Maurice ous tave Gamelin, commander-ln-chtc of .France's armed forces migh ylsjt .Warsaw liitensined one o Roland's . fondest. hopes of Inte-the translation of the Polish alliance with the two Powers into-action on the military side. In the Polish opinion, the visit of the British officer answered any German belief that Brllain lacked sincerity in her" pledge to light for Poland's independence. The Berlin newspaper .Nachtaus- . gabe said the trip showed Germany;s foreign policy '.'is justified In every single point. The English play is now completely clear- Chamberlain gives Poland lo a large extent the right to provoke 11 world war." Horse Trainer Held On Assault Charge Hurly Lear, 27-year-old assistant trainer of some -horses q\iar- tcred at the stables of the Mis sippl County "Fairgrounds, is held in the county Jail here on a charge of assault growing out of '•hari'ei. made by a H j ear-old Bljthevdle girl vho had been riding horses New Cotton NEW YORK July 18 (UP)— Cotton closed steady. open high low close Oct. ..:... .812 B13 859 '859 Dec Jan Mar 8o4 830 831 823 811 850 840 832 8^3 811 844 832 824 814 800 84 o 833n 824 815 802 Spots closed nominal at TO off 19 New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, ; July 18. (UP) —Cotton futures closed barely slea dy loday, off 40 to GO!cents':i halo open high low close Oct. 883 883' Dec Jan. Mar. May July 866 853 845 ' 833 820 8SS 853 845 833 820 870 855 842 833 825 814 Spots closed at 910, off-.12. 810 855 842 833 825 810 House Committee Would Authorize Building For Latin America WASHINGTON, July 18. (UP)— The house foreign affairs committee ..agreed today to report a bill authorizing the United States to build warships and other armaments for Latin American republics. Chairman Bloom {Dem,, N. Y) said the bill would be revised so that there would be no possibility of divulging this country's national defense, secrets. . ' "The bill would authorize the secretary of war to manufacture and sell coast defense and anil-aircraft artillery and ammunition to any Americn republic and authorize Die secretary of navy lo construct and sell vessels of war. The purchasing nation must agree that the armaments will not be sold again to any state oulslde the western hemisphere, Meanwhile Senator Arthur H Vandenberg (Rep,, Mich.) introduced a resolution expressing the senate's opinion 'that the United States should renounce its 1911 rcaty of friendship and • commerce with Japan and request n new nternational conference to deter-! mine whether Japan is guilty ofi •lolatlon of the nine pm\ei treaty guaranteeing the integrity' of - Jaan. In the house Representative Haiii. Hon lish (Rep N Y) appeilcd o his Republican colleagues today o sign a petition lo bring the Gavaoan antl-ljncbmg bill befoie he house for a Japanese Officers Reported Anxious For General Conflicl With.Soviets By United Press Japan and Soviet Russia renewed threats of a general conflict In Ihe mr Rist today wllh many officers of the Japanese army In Manclm- kuo reported ready lo fight, Tho attitude of a section of the Japanese army fndng the soviet frontier is that they would welcome rather than deplore an excuse to launch a general offensive against he Russian forces with which they have .been engaged In flgMing for several weeks. John R. Morris Far Eastern manager of United press replied an unccnsorcd dispatch after a tour of the front. At (lie same time in Moscow the soviet government today rejected a Japanese note which H said contained "threats and is in the nature of an ultimatum, in connection with the quarrel between the Ivvo countries over oil concessions off the coast of Siberia." In Europe French officials completed plans to send 100- bombing airplanes over Great Britain on the first of a scries of training flights possibly tonight. Great Britain's next training night over Fiance it was reported, may extend as far as the French Colonial coast of north Africa. Fishrbaid he understood only !j ea< about «0 more signaturei are needed !,S Robinson And McRae On Instructor's tour .Two Mississippi county vocational agricultural instructors Freeman Robinson of Blytlicville, and Phil McRae of Wilson were nembcrs of the tour conducted by the University of Arkansas for vocational agricultural instructors over the' state. Tnenlj -six insliuctois mat in Little Rock on June 20 Their chartered bus took them to Mon .icello where. they studied (he tomato deal to Hope where they u itcd the expeiiment station to Nashville where -they studied' the X e » ch ea <° K*™* Oily where ___ ____ „„„ o take the bill from the ' house udiciary committee. .ouisiana Highway Official Quits Job BATON ROUGF la Jul> 18 UP)-L P Abernathj of Monroe eslgned todaj as chairman of the tale highway commission the ourth resignation in .the scan- lals tlmt developed from Louisina state University, Abernalhy resigned last week as member of the L S U boaul of dmlnistrators Hie second out to uit that board * Gov. Earl K. Long said Aber- .markfitmg of SINGLE COPIES'FIVE CENTS' •fUgh Seus Rescue Effected;'. 209 Persons Saved SAN FRANCISCO, July l«. (UP)-Tho Japanese llivcr IWktiyo Maru burned and sank In the Norlh 1'aellk ocean today but UIB American (anker Associated reached the stricken vessel in time to save 109 passengers nnd 100 Jjiembtis of Hie crow in n thrilling ijinss rescue on the open sea. A rndio message from the Associated tali! a Junior engineer a stewardess and an unidentified member of the crew of (he Bokm'o were missing and tared tlnroncil. The passengers inid the rest jot the crew were taken from Ihc Waning sinking ship in lifeboats and put safely aboard the As'se- flatcd. . ' Later they will he Iransfened to one of the four Jnpniiese ships that responded to Iho Boknyo'j, S. O. S. Succeeds Frank Sanders, Resigned; Other Instructors Are Elected OSCEOLA, Ark./ July 18—Prank Jones of Conway,. assistant coach at Hcndrlx college last tenn, \\n-, elected athletic coach of Osceola High School for next term succeeding Prank Sanders, who resigned to accept a similar position at Hughes High School/ Mr. Jones I? a-graduate of Hcndrlx college and will-also teach the social sciences. He is director or Camp Gieenlilll, Port Jervis, New York, this .summer.. Sirs. Hob Evans of Helena wns elected to ;tcach the fourth grade succeeding Mrs. Joe Rhodes, resigned. Mrs. Evans, who is a graduate ot Hendrlx college, taught In the Little Rock schools for two years. Mr. Evans has direclcd the Osceola School Btvnd Ihc past term. Mrs. Tom.Laney of this city was elected to teach the sixth grade succeeding Mrs. Durell Dallas, who resigned Miss Louise Leach of Weathcrford," Texas, a sister; . of Mrs. Dallas, was elected to.succeed the summer but her earlier in later resigned lafhy's resignation was oluhtary." 'entirely Stock Prices NEW YOHK, July 18 (UP)— The stock market swept up one to four points to a four months peak today In Hie' heaviest trading of the year. AT&T .................. ies i.j, Anaconda Copper ........ 27 3-4 Associated D G ......<•.. 81-4 Beth Steel ....... ...... "... 6i 3 . 8 Bceing Air ................ 23 3-8 Chrysler . ................. 82 1-4 Coca Cola ..... : .......... !27 General Electric ..... ____ ' 383-4 General Motors .... ....... 475-8 Int Harvester ____ . ....... 68 1-4 Montgomery Ward ....... . 65 N Y Central ..... : ...... 15 7.3 Packard . . .............. , . 3 3-4 Phillips Pet ... ........... 36 1-2 Radio .. ...... . ....... ..... 6 1-2 Sclienley Dist ...... -." ..... 131-2 Simmons ................ 2fi 1-4 Socony Vac .............. 12 Standard Oil N J ........ 44 3-8 Texas Corp .............. 38 1-4 US Smelt ........ ........ 51 1-4 U S Steel ................ 51 1-2 Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS, 111., July 18 (UP)-Hogs: 9,800 Top, 0.97, 170-230 Ibs., 0.75-6 90 140-160 Ibs., 6.23-6.65 Bulk sows, 4.00-5.50 Cattle: 3,000 Steers, 6.15-9.40- Slaughter steers, 6.50-9.75 Mixed yearlings, heifers, 8.00-9.50 Slaughter heifers, 6.50-9.75 Chicago Wheat open high low close July 651-2 663-4 653-8 663-8 Sept. 66 671-2 657-8 67 Chicago Corn cp«i high low close July 433-1 443-8 «3-4 437-8 Sept. 443-4 453-4 443-4 447.3 )|I Stove Explosion Causes^laze Today Firemen answerer! a cnll to 4flO South: Franklin street ..-it 11:20 o'cjock this morning where an oil stove, had caused a blaze at the hcme. of Mrs. Herschel Martin Damage was slight. -nd the meat Industiy and to td^ardsvllle Kans where thcj studied She potato deal. They then went to- Fayettevilte where they heard lectures at the University given by specialists hi all of the previously mentioned fields II <• couise conducted by Di Keith 1. Holloway, head of ll-.c T.gricuHure department of the University, gives three hours credit on the masters' degree. -.'A total of 1500 miles was covered. Infantile. Paralysis Is Blamed For Death Dehydrating Mill Now Rebuilt At Armorel, J shortly. The new alfalfa dehydrating mill' LEfliEBS OF ID 1IK President To Confer With 'Senate Officials On Neutrality Plans WASHINGTON, July 18 (UP) — Republican mid Democratic senate leaders will review the udintnlslrn- (Io|is ( neutrnllty proposals with President noosevcR nud Sccreliirj of Stnto Cordell Hull tonight. the conference waa expcctc*!. lo determine Iho fate of neutrality revision at Oils session of congress and with it, establish whether ad- Journioenl mny bo anticipated Want Interest Rates; On Refunding Bonds fliSElfELlToBeFixed-ByLaw nt Armorel, six miles cast of Bly- lliciille, will resume operations this week after having liecn rebuilt following a recent fire. 'Hie one-unit mill, which was , rushed lo completion by long shifts of work, cost approximately $40,000. It Is constructed of corni|jale<\.irbii. TwctUy-six men will bu' employed In Uo shifts to opci-ate the mill which wns in operallon only 30 days when 11 was destroyed by fire Juno 15. . The mill will continue lo operate until the end of Ihc nlfalfa cutting season, probably about, Oct. Erected on the site of the former plant, the new mill Is of similar design nnd has similar machinery as of the former. New Members Inducted Into Lions Club Here Four new members of the Udns by Senator Deiuocrntta Lender Albcn W. Bnrkley according to While, House Secretary.Stephen r. Early Early .snld that Senate Kcpubllcan Lender Charles L. McNr.ry (Kep Ore.) and Senator Warrcii Austin (llep., VI.), assistant a.O.I 1 . leader had advised Hartley they \vcrc, agreeable lo discussing Uic •.sllua- tlon with the president. Chairman Key I'lttumn (Dem Nev.) of the sennte foreign, relations committee was expected lo participate. ' Early said (1ml the while lias seldom received support from so many quarters na followed the Joint appeal of tho president niid Hull to congress lust Friday asking neutrality action before adjournment. Ho said the While House has're- celvcd Indications lending him to believe tlmt national reaction hns nol been favorablo to Iho action of the senate commlltec in'shelv- ing neutrality. Enrly said that Mr. lloosovcll's . schools This completes Ihe faculty for., the Osceola 4 High and Grade schools it was/stated by Hoy E "" sujie/intendcnt of clt^ > *~ Miss Doiollij Starr Junior English teacher. Is spending the months of June and July louring in Die, Ne\ Lnglaiul states and at the I New York Worlds Pair She-will Cmnmlltccs follow - Attendance— spend the month of August In the West and at the San Francisco World's -Fair. , All cthei members of tlie'Jaciilly are spending the summer doing graduate work Iii universities or' hi travel. Local Youth In Office Of Capitol Architect linfantlle paralysis caused the! "Bud" -Fisher, 18-year-old sou of death of Donald Houston Phillips,.'.Mrs. H. E. Fisher of 101 .East Kcti- IV monliis old son of Mr. ond Mrs tllck y avenue, has accepted a po- J. B. Phillips, who died at 11:45 sltion In the office of the chief o'clock this'morning, at the family •nrchflcct at the eapllol nl .VVasli- residence on Highway 61, south of jnglon, D. C. this city. He was ill but two days. r He left''here Sunday for Wash- Funoral arrangements were In- Ing-ton where he will be met by complete this afternoon. Cpiigressman.aiid-Mrs. E C (Took) Besides his parents, the baby is ~ " ' survived by four brother's, J. B., Charles, Thomas and Billy Phillips, and one sister, Jean LnNolle Phillips. Holt Funeral Home is in charge. elub received instructions upon neutrality plans arc sunuaiteil by their formal Induction into Ihe " Ie clltlre foreign service "Including 'career men' who'aro not Democratic appointees." "So far as I know," Early snld, "the whole army and navy arc also for It," noting tlmt the personnel of the arm«l services Include 1 ; many Republicans. He said he could not slate er any specific plan for reviving ueulratlly legislation v,ould be discussed, Negren Held Year-Old Murder Charge OSOEOLA, Ark., July !B.-'Mnry Rayfoid, alias Mary Cooper, waived preliminary ••hearing before Magistrate w. P. Hale yesterday and will, be .held to await' Ihc. notion of circuit court on n chaige of flr.st degree murder for killing hei husband, Leonard Hayfoid, ten years ago while bolh lived on the Rufus Branch plantation lit Pccim Point. The ncgress Is said lo have ... milted killing her husband with •an axe on .December 18, 1920,, for Ills alleged--'mistreatment, of her; ." Sheriff Halo Jackson went lo St. Louis Friday and 'returned her to Oscoola. local group today wlien 3B' mcm- "oers had. their weekly luncheon meeting _al; Ihc Hotel Noble. Announcement of commltleo members to. servo this year was made by the president, W. J. Pollard. Harman Taylor, W. K. Francis, Ellis ; SnIpes-and Don Sutherland jccame new members of the group Wax '.'B. Reid discussed for them Hie national, International, and stale organizations i and ' describe;) lh« process of'organization. "**•*, /'Local Llonlsin," In which history and accomplishments of the local grjmpi wore dlscuss'ed, was the subject used James Terry, chairman, Oscar Bailey, E. R. Mason; Absentees— L". E. Old, chairman,.!!. H. Brooks, B J. Allen, program planning — Hannan Taylor,- chairman, H. B. Richardson and Robert, Grimes. Membership — Riley • B. Jones, chairman, Roland Green, : P. O. Rothrcck; Finance— John O. Mc- Hariey Jr., chairman,' Marlon '.Williams, Dr. L II Moore, Publicity— i\2 0raw(rord, Don Sutherland, A. H. Wallace"; IJon's Education— Marcus Evrard, chalr- riian, Max B. Reid, Jesse Taylor, Dr. Fred Child. - Fort Snelling Soon To Have History Niche, ST. PAUL, Minn. (UP)—The 119- on Foil Mr .fisher \camc ncre two years bones of the first white child born ago irom Oscccla where he was In what Is now Minnesota. graduated from high school. re Foreigners Arc Nol Wanted ^ ? «'«*" «>«mme,,t ta hung over picture to«n of Botato, above, Alter laying 118 years under the sod of Fort Suelttng's cemetery, Ihe bones of Elizabeth Snelling, Infant daughter of the fort's early commander, Col. Joslah Snclllng, will bd removed to a niche In the lower's wall. Around the crypt, fort authorities plan to place murals and exhibits . tracing the fort's colorful past. The display will tell of purchase ' of the fort's site from the Sioux Indians for. 50 gallons of whiskey. Also to be lold by manuscripts will be slory of the marriage In the fort of Dred Scott, the escaped Negro slave whose supreme courl Wai in the prc-clvll War period made legal history. Tho towei^ orlglnaly raised as a fortress lo ward off Indian attacks, is the oldest building In Minnesota. It was erected In 1820. Sparrow Chases Slice COLUMBIA, S. C. (UP)—There sparrow In .the Tiny Salt Bags On Post Cards Burden Mails SALT LAKE CITY, UUih (UP) —Poslotuce employes here arc facing a new problem this summer- salt. _ • : • Approximately 150 postcards with tiny bags of sail attached and bearing insufficient postage are deposited in the malls here dally. Actually the bags of salt put the postcards In a category with merchandise, requiring one and one- half cents if uo message is written and 3 cents wllh a message. lAsslslant Postmaster W. E. Block said he was concerned over the problem for two reasons—first because it's costing the government about $15 a day; and, second, because It's causing disappointment for many people. Each Improperly stamped salt card must be filed and a "posliige due" notice sent to: the addressee thus Inconveniencing him, and costing the government about 10 cents to handle. At the rale of 150 cards a day, that's $15 a day, $90 a week. Block urged clerks selling (he cards to help educate the tourists Seven-Foot Corn In City AKRON, O. (UP)^J. A. Boyer lives In town, but he believes his corn laller than'thai < \, *K S , qulle a blrd ' Mr ' anri mcrs ln the country nearby U Mrs. Ehrllch Thompson liave a, measures nearly seven feet In sparrow in their front yard that regularly amuses mice. Itself chasing ' Bolt .'.'Peels" Chimney ASHTABULA, O. (UP)-A freak lightning bolt which struck here during a storm ''peeled" off the outside layer of brick on a 35-foot chimney and standing. left the chimney height. Truck Vthing Taught NV.V CLEVELAND, O, (UP)—The science of driving a Iruck now Is being taught to Nsllonal Youth administration nrlvers, under the guidance of Ihc police department and Ihe Cleveland Automobile club. Vandals Salt Lawn SPOKANE, Wash. (UP) . . , , • lals covered the lawn and -..on Austria. France, Great Britain, Netherlands, and wit", salt at_the home of Mrs. followed announcement 'that Germans Hvine In Warlaw, while she was away. Mrs. where Tyrol would move back to Germany or become Italian citons. ' ""'""" " Terrier Adopts Radblls ANCELL, Mo. (UP)—Henry KeU- ring's terrier has adopted two £&», V rabbits aloni? ™m, >,*,. „,,,„ n ,m t pemg hailed • as the COijl- Mouse Accept s Amendment To Fix National Minimum Allotment WASHINGTON. Jllly la (UP)- Tlio house lodny accepted u somilo amendment lo lUs bill lo fix a national minimum collon allotment and sent, Iho measure lo Ihe While ' House. fhst'imsscd by Iho homo Iho ^ bill provided for u minimum na- Uonnl allotment of 11,500,000. The senate fixed Iho minimum at 10- OOO.oaO bales and Ihc house agiccd, The present uallomil minimum l s 12,000,000 bales. The reduction of Iho minimum means thai "In "selling up a national dotton allotment progmm the agricultural adjustment ndminlilin- llon cannot go below an acioagc sufficient to produce 10,000000 bales. . - Arkansas introduced m the lower nepresenlatlve Dan Johnson of Johnson county, In epcaklng 'for Ihc letolutlon, urged that a ma-' Jorlty o( members vote for 'it, jstat- "Tlmt ia Uie only way we will be able to ascertain whal Interest wo are. going to pay. Such a com- mllleo by confering wlth s Oov.' Dalley and financial lenders could delcnnlnc Uie rate of Interest and leport, wllhln 24 hours,", v v Sopicsentntivcs Bon Brlckhouse of Pulaskl county mged thaf the resohillon bo > passed, Ho said he 1 wanted minor changes In Iho arlg- timl bill which .would allow, more, money for highway maintenance. "Three million dollars may be enough for highway maintenance at piesenl," ho said, "but with additional loads mm e.'maintenance funds wll bo needed and I 'think Iho bill should call for a. percentage of Income to be dlmled for that put pose." • <:<' Hopiescntallve Mark Woolsey-of Franklin county launched an al- tnck on " $78,000 In Checks To Farmers Awaited Checks totaling ^821,153.17 have been paid to faiineis O f Noith Mississippi County recently for pnitlclpatlon in the federal goveih- Jiieul agiloulltiral coraen alien pro- ginin, It was announced today by H. B. Rlchaidsou, sentoi field assistant, who said R total of $17,000 nrrlve<| this week. ^ There Is' $78,000 wotth yet to arrive In Blylhevlllc and vicinity for'1838 to make $905,000 for the northern district, of the county while the southern dlslilct will ic- celye a lolnl of $$BO,Ota,fc.f u grand totnl of jlMsm fo bespald Mm- crs of this county - >• The Osceola 'district lins nol yet lecelved milte as much money as lins the Blythevllle,district. Ripley, Tenn. Road To River Is Completed Tho new gravel road from Rip- Icy, Tenn, to the Mississippi rlvei across from Barfleld, nine miles east of Blythcvllle, Is 'finished' nnd ferry service at Dial point Is expected" to be available within a week, it was announced lotlny. Only n small bridge remains lo bo.built at one point of the Tennessee road before llicre will be ail all : grtivcl route from Blytheyllle to Ripley,and other West Tennessee points for Die llrsl time. E. B,-Kissel), who Is to operate a" ferry between Bnrfleld landing and the point across the Mississippi, has a : hew ferry anil it Is planned lo make regular trips. This jvill make Rlploy 25 miles From Blylheville, not counting the lorrying across Ihe river, as 11 IS 0 miles from Uic river landing to lhat iowii. This .lil-wenther route Is expected lo be n boon to both West Tennessee nnd ' this section of Northeast Arkansas. • - lack on tho icfundlng program in Benorni; Ho spoko' sharply'on.the limttciillvoncss of house members to tho debate and speeches being made on Ihc floor. Attaches of tho governor's office picdlctcd the refunding bill, along wllh amendments alrendy agreed upon, will bo passed by tho house nol Inter than Thuisday. Tho senate was In recess and will not reconvene until two' p. m. Ionian aw. A fow of tho senators wero In the gallery watching the house work. Brenda's Successor? Blonde, long - bobbed Mary Sleele, above, of New York, is bet for ' Filibuster Underway > • % LITTLE ROOK, July 18 (UP)— An hour filibuster by Representatives Vciey and i Johnson today prevented the house'from working as'a committee oKtho whole-on Oov. Bailey's bond refunding bill." Johnson'offcied a motion lo refer' Ihe-'measure back to tho -house Judiciary committee before bringing It to Ihe floor for 'consideration. , _,_ '^ .. ,"r\ 1 i'Oniy the .baiiWsiBntLfliianclers < are Intereetej! lu-passa«/of' this bill as It now stands," •,Johnson said., "Why'can't tho leglshtturev whlch has to answer to the,.people know, what the rafc of Interest on the bonds will be before,the bill is enacted? "There Is going to be' some money passed hi passage of this measure. <- , v "Every since I came here for the special session I hive been ap- pi cached by frlonds of Iho gover- • noi and asked what It would take to get my support for the bill. "The lato Senator Huey 'Long was a piker compared to oui present governor who called m here nnd pushed a bill before us and • now asks lhat we pass it without giving a single thought to what wo are doing," ' •' Vesey talked for 20 minutes" before yielding to a motion for adjournment until a o'clock this afternoon at which lime ho was to continue an attack on the measure. "There Is no lush In passing this bill" Vcsey raid, "Why can't the majority of Ihe house have time lo slucly the bill before voting on U? I, for one, believe the time Is ripe now for a refunding act but I waul lo be sure of my ground before puling on any measure."- " Oklahoma Desperado Is Captured Today OZARK, Ark., July 18 (UP)— Jack Russell, the Oklahoma fugl- l)ve sought for the kidnaping of four men and the possible slaying of one, was captured 18 miles from here today. He surrendered without a fight. Russell admitted the kidnaping but denied the murder. Russell-was": arrested by Sheriff: Crawford'who lured him from a cabin on Mulberry Creek then covered him with" his (jim. "Don't move or I'll kill you", Crawford lold Russell. "I'm not going to move", the fugitive said. Russell had ben hunted through four state for the past week since his escape from the Oklahoma state prison near McAllster, Okla. Jail Loses Scenled Soap ELYR1A, Ohio. (UP)—Perfumed soap Is out at this city's jail and courthouse because the cost Is too high, a board of county commissioners has decreed. Hereafter, the city will purchase lower-priced soap that may not smell as sweet, but will still remove the dirt,' WEATHER Arkansas—Fair lonlght and Weii- lifsday. Memphis and vlClnlty^-Gener/illy fair tcnlglit' and Wednesday;' not much change in temperature.

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