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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION VOL XXVII—NO. 23G UtyllievillB Courier, UlyUievllle Dally News, Blythevllle Herald, Mississippi Valley Leader. JLYTHKVILLK, ARKANSAS, FRIDAY, DKCKMHKIt 19, 10M SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS.'- .'' Flaming Gasscr Threatens Oklahoma Town Files Suit and Divorce Decree at the Same Time An all-time record for rapid action In breaking the bonds of wed-j lock, at least for Blythevllle and j ixissibly the nation ns well, is \x- j lieved to have been established by | LEnDER flF Long Names Her To Direct Fete Ql 'It ' \\T ] VU IIP lievect to nave been established by| ohilt in Wind Would Ln-|E. E. Alexander, of cooper and AI-i P osse Still Searching danger Wewoka, City of xander ' !ocal nthnrn ^ ™ '' ^arching. 10,000. WEWOKA. Okla., Dec. 19. (UP) —The unruly Deep Rock Oil company's number one Dolglass well of the Wewoka townslte pool turned into a blazing torch today, threatening tins ciiy of 10.400 persons. Fanned by a still breeze from lhe west lhe well, fed by CO.OOO.Om cubic feet of gas. defied efforts n' its crew to control it. The gas w-?ll apparently was Fet afire by a so:uk from banging metal of the steel ri?. Earlier this month the well cam» in out of control. Crews finally subdued It after a week's battle and drilling operations were continued Drilling operations in this oro- lific Wilcox sand area were shu' down by today's fire. So terrific was the power of thf gas pressure that when the blast occurred this-morning more tha" 1.000 feet of drill pipe were throw! frcm the hole. Pieces of heavy drilling tools were scattered over a half mile area. The roar of the burning gasse- was terrific. Heat was so intent- workmen could not aoproach operation. Asbeslos suits were ordered ard water lines laid forir siere to extinguish the flames. The well is slightly more than a mile from lhe city's, residential dis- - trlct. Officers snld cs !o?-S as i r. wind nrevnils the city will not be in serious danger. The derricks and storage tanks were reduced to molten metal within an hour after the well caugh fire. Wewoka has enjoyed one of th> most Intensive oil plays in the pas' year following discevery of oil a the city limits. The city, count' seat of Semino!e county, claim more millionaires than city of similar size in l nny oihe e nation. xander, local attorneys, yesterday. iu»uv.i *uiai .LLIUI ucj a, ycaici uay.i n f ^pt », Mr. Alexander filed a divorce ac-] OWamp ior IhrCC NegrOCS "" """" ' Who Also Participated. on for Mrs. Maggie Davis in chan- ery court here and simultaneously led a decree granting the divorce, rom Chancellor J. M. Futrell who ranted the decree In vacation at jis office In Paragould. The beneficiary of the legal alac- ity displayed by the local attorney nd state representative alleged hat her mate, Elmer Davis; de- SELMA, La., Dec. 19. (UP)—The sheriff's office here told the United Press it had received telephone information from Catherine, Ala., that national guardsmen, members of a posse, this afternoon captured' a white bandit, member of. a gang erted her three days after they'of f° ur which held up the Marion vere married. The two were joined j Junction bonk yesterday. n wedlock on Nov. G,. 1929. The capture, It was said, occurred on the estate of Judge B. M. Hatcher Gir 2nd in State 4- H Contest LITTLE riOCK, Dec. 19. (UP) — Earl James, 18, Pulaskl county youth, was awarded llrst place In llie 1930 cotton production contest jo! Arkansas 4-H club members. W. J. Jernlgan of tlie state agricultural extension service, in chnrije of Ihe state clubs said today. Second place went to Dorothy Davidson, 13, of Etowah, Mississippi comity. Miss Davidson Ls a member of the Hatcher 4-H club. James produced 1,025 pounds of lint on an acre, a value of TOSIf EUHLY 'me Bluff Credit Corpora- lion Will Start Program Next Month. Miller, governor elect of Alabama. . Mrs „ Wonmtk above . Following caplure of the white ' lMo i, 01 . E - e ».., rros 'i,i ?at O r M,.' (bandit U was said the posse was, j. ou , 8lllllll Vcdcrotlon' of' Business hot after the others, said to be i am , ,. rofcss , ollll , women's Clubs, negroes. j has )x . e|1 apl | 0ll , tc( j ^. Governor The bandit's caplure was effected ! llucy P. LOUR to head Louisiana's' without gunfire, it was said, as the ] program In lhe national movement man was found wandering alone i to observe tlie 200tli nnnlvcrnpry of and unarmed. He said he was Da-' tlic birth ot George Washington. vld Brown. Fort Scriven, Ga., and- — TT~' confessed he forced three negroes :o aid him in the Marion Junction bank job. He had $600 In his pock-' ?118.54. Miss Davidson produced 1,078 pounds of lint from one acre valued at $100.08.' The awards were based on the money value from each acre rather , than the amount of lint produced i The Mid-South Cotton association r Ji°»-i jutl8cd the samples submitted by contestants from 2(1 Arkansas counties. PINE BLUFF, Dec. 19. ''IIP)— Work of financing next year's crops in this section will start the first week of January, according to plans announced today by M. L. Jones, manager of the Southeastern Arkansas Credit corporation. : --• ••'; Thi- action was decided..upon 'at a meeting of the.board of'the,'cred- It corporation which is comprised of representatives from 13. counties of group seven, Arkansas-Bankers association. The corporation was organized - SAFFORD, Ala., Dec. 19. (UP)— ; A spectacular man hunt was in I progress in the Bogue Chitto swamp I district near here today for four! who Thursday robbed Marlon, Death From Pneumonia Comes Suddenly to Mem-jcti'y n"' ber of Well Known Family j" Edwin Waggoner noblnson, 58, pioneer planter and business man of niytheville, died at the family residence at 7:20 o'clock this morning otter a brief Illness from pneumonia. Funeral services will be conducted at the First Christian church Saturday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, wllh the rtev. E. K. Latlr mcr, assisted by the Rev. Marsh M. Callaway. Tlie pallbearers will be I. O. Wcstbrcok, Hen Hall, J. T. Sudbury, Carol Ganske, Max Logan and Jack Robinson. Burial will be mada at Elmwood cemetery. Ill for almost a week, Mr. Robinson developed pneumonia, two days ago but his condition was not believed serious until a short time before his deallt Born in IhU city Feb. 1, 1873, Mr. Roblnssn was a member of an old family which has been prominent In the history of Blylhcvllle. For a number of years he was In GooclfdJows To Gel Receipts of Sunday Matinee Box olllcc receipts of Sunday's nualnee nl the Home theatre will go to the Goodfeilows relief fund, It has been announced by O. W. Me-, Culchen, manager of the theatre. ! "Swing High," u musical circus 'romance, with Bryant 'Washbum, jlien Turpln, Chester Conklin, Dor- irgcss. Robert E<leson, Geo. -Helen ier stars, and it promises to fill the house for the benent sho;v. All receipt] from both afternoon shows, starting at 2 p. m. and 4 p. m., will go lo the Cooilfcllows. Bryant Washburn, who made his reputation In the silent films, makes his talking picture dcbul in '-Swing High," ft-J-lch' has been acclaimed as one of the successes of the sca- ion. Mississippi Cotton Man Ar. j »/ ,-,. , rat.-, ror a Humocr 01 years no was in Vested Alter right With' the wowry business here and lat, Memphis Druggist. ""' "* m"n wno Thursday robbed Marlon, A t 1 I Dl t »• Junction bank of more than $6000. UVVner Ott Local rlantfttlOn _ .„„„,„ ilum 1S FoiTnei'ly, Head t of ing off officers by'fire from .auU-' ' Three States Pursued by a sheriff's posse tho i fled inlo the swamp, hold-1 offlp ' ' matlc rifles. Bloodhounds sent into the swamp j Funeral services will be held in to ferret out the men were shot. I Chicago tomorrow fcr W. A. Gil- Additional dogs were rushed from Montgomery and even from Meridian, Miss., ' while airplanes were Plan ,to Rush Band! Is two months ago with a connection with the federal, land bank of- St. Ix)uls for the .pjjrpose of financing farmers in thisisebiion. The local group/will provide approximately 8200,oi&.which-; will be met- by a similar sirn froniithe St. Louis bank.'Applications for loans - ,-...are expected Ho be-fljed .at. once. i am . on 8 the possemcn and belief was Christ, owner of the Gjlchrist plantation near Burdette, who died In the Illinois city last night, accord- ready at dawn to aid in the search, i ing to a message received here to. day by C. W. Ramey, local farm manager for the 'deceased. Approximately 150 men, includ- Mr/Gllchrist is a former resident .Ing sixty ; natlonal guardsmen, were engaged In the hunt, planning to rush the'men. Anger was high MEMPHIS, Dec. 19 (UP)-A fifth floor corridor fight between a druggist and a man demanding' narcotics sent pcllce reserves to the building today, resulting In-the arrest of C. J. Exam, 32, former cotton 4ealer of West Point, Miss. -Exam was overcome by Carl Wood who caught him attempting to Center a store room in which er farmed. Although a member of the First Presbyterian church he attended the First Christian church with other members of- his family and taught a Sunday schrol class tltsre for a number of years. •This Is the second death in the family recently, "Mrs. ' Flnley Rob inson' having died four weeks ago today. • He Is survived by his wife, Mrs Eula Robinson; one daughter, Miss drtigs were kept. Exam, armed'Charllne Robinson; two sons, Freewith a pistol and -black Jack, rob- ] man and Harmon Robinson; three bed Wood of $53.20 before demand- In? morphine. When Wood failed, to hurry in his hunt for the drug the bandit struck him and Indoing Will Make Over ,$4,000 .! Available for Pre-Holi-'.! day Shopping. Arrangements were completed tdr • day through which $4,121.25, in 12,1 ; Christmas savings nccoifntc at the i Fir.st National bank, will be made i rivallnblo nt once for pre-hollday • shopping. . • "" = Anticipating tlio reopening of tho ;.bank within the next few weeks, fourteen locnl merchants have agreed to Jiccept trade certlflcatesi' rocured by the. deposits, tit 'their full vqluc, the certificates to be re* deemed after the opening of the bank. The plan Involves tlv> assignment by depositors of their Christmas ' savings accounts lo Marcus Evrard,as trustee. In return they will receive trade certificates to the full amount of Ilielr accounts, redeemable In merchandise at any of the fourteen stores participating. • ' • . Stores Slpi Up - v Stores which have agreed .to ac- I ccpt the certificates at lace value I are Wright's 5, 10 and 25 cent store, Guard's Jewelry store, tho'. Bootery, ;Dodson's furniture store, Joe Isaacs, Hubbard Hardware. I Programs Will Cclc-i storc ' BorunVs drug store, the,. L.i- .! Grand Leader, Ross Hughes,. .Ned- orate Anniversary o f crs. Aidrich jewelry store, Christ's Birth. Music will feature the special programs arranged by Blythevllle churches Sunday In comemoratlng the birth of Christ. The Flr<t Electric "shop, tho New Dixie store,. and the Fashion. - The trade certificates which Mr. . Evrard will issue In exchange for ' assignments of the accounts, will'be . In denominalions of .$1. They-.wlll be good for merchandise only. ' ;" : Logan County Sheriff, Facing Suit, Suicide PARIS, Ark.. Dec. 19 (UPS—D. I Ilardwick. 40, Lognn county sherif was found dead with a bulte through his brain here late yester clav. Officers believe worn' over charges against him involving shortage In his accounts prompted him to tnk? his life. Hardwick had placed county funds abrogating $17,000 in the American Bank and Trust company of Paris and the Bank of Rakliffc wh?n thoy clcfttl lust spring.T-ogan county had imtiuited suit against him nnd his bondsmen to recover the mor3y. His wife found (lie body after hearing pistol shots. Members of (he family said he did not appear despondent prior to the shooting. Banks m Varioiik" Parts of Country Shut Doors j expressed a determined battle was 1 In prospect. j RoBbery of the bank occurred at' 10 a. m. Thursday. i In fleeing, the bandits passed! through Orvlile, where Deputy I LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 19. (UP)— f nerin "' Arthur Sample and Wi The Clark County bank of Gurdon, capitalized at 825,000, and having f has ^ deposits aggregating 8184.322.'clos-' to run Uleir machine in a dllh anil i ed its doors this morning for a I set A on _ flre period of five days, according to in-! formation received by the state • banking department. 1'ilm Luminaries Fly to Las Vegas for Marriage , LAS VEGAS, Nev., Dec. 19 (UP) —William Boyd and Dorothy Sebastian, both of the films, flew here to be married today and immediately after the ceremony will return to Hollywood. Boyd's first wife was Eleanor Falre. who played with him in "Tlie Volga Boatman." his first screen success. Their divorce was November 16. Jones P' cke< trail and give; the fleeing quartet i Bandits Ditch Car i Sample and Jonc-s crowded the I four as they started across fields to ; in'this section., Death' came after as a member of u prominent Mississippi fiimlly. He admitted his addiction to morphine. Suspension of the Clark county the swamp and engaged in ink marked the 15th Arkansas I change of shots but thp bank an ex- > shots, but the bandits' banking house which has closed In ; were said to be carrying a machin ^~" J " ~ , g»n a«d high-powerecf rifles :md jbeat of! the two men. Modification of Finnish Dry Law Is Voted Down HELSINGFOHE, Finland. Dec. 19 (UP)—An attempt to modify Finland's prohibition law failed when the diet by a 99 to 8(1 vote rejected _, . „ the third reading of a bill designed Gains Easy Victory On j to increase the alcoholic pcrcent- *'ieh\vav but Now Court' Battle Looms. I the past three days. ELIZABETH CITY. N. C.. D?c. | 19. (UP)—The Savings Bank and ! Trust company of Elizabeth City failed to open for business today following a meeting of the directors. INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 19. (UP) — Three Indiana tanks in widely separated parts of the state closed today. They were the American Trial An Illinois Lincoln rn the wav to . Hot Sptings and an Illinois Ford on : the way home from lhe popular Ar- ; kasns resort collided in Missouri early this morning. j Results: the Ford came out sec- end best in the collision. Hay Hnrt,', DILLONS BEACH, Cal, Dec. 19 -- 1 - 1 - 1 - a sl ' ght S * fh on his face ' and Bodies of Nine Lost OH California ., . (UP) — Ccast guard patrol beats William Coon, both of Peorla. 111. circled llT^h ttesrtft cu«nl;f™ Wa "' nB im " at * nt » at S ,'« le at the month of Tomales bay today j S " I,- 8 " , ar ? ument Involving - „ - ...,in'a,i effort to find the bodies of "'^'S r ,' ty tc ^^° accldcnt > ^ nnd Savings company of Richmond. I five women and frur men believed , , , Hoflb - rs - CM ™S° ap« tm f nt the Central State bank of Whiting,' lo have p;ris)icd when their pleas-1 ', OWner ' cllnr K cci Wlth "nvlng --------- ure launch Cap5ii . ed , ast , jP thc ," enef °l ™ ^ den ';. ln , the _. c . w*...^**^. rlic^nnv r»f thn. t-Vmriffc nffion liorti Two fishermen hurrying to the custody of the sheriff's office here, and the State Bank of Brook. MT. VERNON, 111., Doc. 19. (UP) ...,„ llc BUIU4 -The Jefferson State bank closed i and forced to swim 8 mile to land i >£• s ' , fj"w today to prolecl depositors. It had! when n terrified woman being tow- ^"-^so man. is mm nun.- rescue were thrown into the water' P /l fers to se ', tlc tte controversy In Miss Sebastiat married before. of S741.000. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.. Dec. 19. (UP)—The Bank of Canton, in Lewis county, was closed today by also has been:its board of directors. Caldwel! Hearing Put Off at Caruthersville! I SYRACUSE. N. Y., Dec. 19. (UP) I —The State Bank of Canastota was | ordered closed today. by the stale ! superintendent of banks. j ed to safety upset the rescue craft. The accident occurred on Hish- The tragedy was thought to have; way 61 near Steelc when Hoffberg is said to have attempted to PASS a hay wagoii also goinj south. Coon, driving north, failed in an effort to slip by Hoffbsrg's car. it is stated. The Fcrd was unnble to continue under Its own power but the Lincoln limped Into a Sleele wiped out two entire families. FLASHES of beer to 2.25 per cent. brothers, Finley, Marvin and Clyde Robinson; two sisters, Mrs, C. B. Crigger and Mrs. R. N. Hall, all ol here. Freeman Robinson, who Is a student at th; university rf ArXa,n- sos, Fayetteville, was cnroute home and he Is expected to arrive today. •The Cobb Undertaking company Mfilhodlst church will present Us After lhe bank reopens.Mr. cantata at 4:30 o'clock in the after-1 rard will redeem the certificates I noon while the cantata at the First! from the merchants at their face rs any-'._ .them.; v i Tempi's Israel will Begin at 7:30 j ttors'ln exchange for the trade cer- p. in. ' '! tlficates is of Bourse purely cption- ' Twelve numbers moke up thelal. '-. : : cnntatn -Hail Messiah," by Ira D. Crawford which will be broadcast over KLCN from the First Methodist church."- The 30 members i'f the First Baptist church choir will give "Chimes of the Holy Night," Is In charge of ments. funeral arrange- Five Killed When Auto Crashes Into Culvert LEADSBURG, Pa., Dec. 19. (UP) —Five men were killed nnd on; injured early today w.bcn an automobile In which Ihey. were riding crashed inlo a concrele culvert near here. The preliminary hearing for Henry Caldwcll. former Huffman township constable, on a charge o! murder In connection with the death of Guy Chlldress of Luxora, was | Cyclonic Storm Nears BOOST DROUTH AID TO 545.000,000 WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. (UP) —The house this afternoon adopt- SANTIAGO, Chile, Dec. 19. IUP) I •Advices from Valparaiso todiy' continued until January 2, 1931, by |said a cyclone of great In tensity was Justice Tom Smith at Carulners-1 approaching tha west coast and ville. Mo., this morning. probably would reach Valparaiso in The continuance was granted on 124 hours. the plea of the . prosecutor ,O. E. | The Chilean training ship Baque- Hooker,-who was busy In Pemkcot j dano and the steamer Huemul are county circuit court at Carulhcrs-1 in the center of tile disturbance ville and unable lo appear In the j and authorities have been unable case today. to communicate with them. I Caldwcll Is alleged to have slruck I Captain Nuno, Chief of the Chll-1 1 b .'? w tnat caused the flsath ot '• ean meteorological service said the Hart went to a aoctor's office for medical treatment while Hoffberjt nnd Ccon exchanged addresses and o' ii. *• • • A .: ed the conference rcnort on th- i Ccon °uUtaa> the best route to South America Coast! ^;X^S"•£«& "or an Hot s " rln ^ {or Ho!fto ^ ^ ord appropriation of S45,MO,GM. WILLIAMSON CONFIRMED WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. (\jf) —The senate toaiy began consideration of President Hoover's power commission nominees. It Immediately confirmed without debate the nominal!on of Ralph Williamson, Washington. Chlldress, who succumbed In l!i» Blythevllle hospital after blows we: 1 .! exchanged in an argument ncnr tin: Misifiurl line. 'disturbance was due to cyclonic de- 1 orers'.ons and thai a gale blowing 50 miles an hour wes sweeping lhe i southern zone of Chile. WOMAN ROBS BANK CHATTANOOGA. Term.. D-" 19. (UP)—A yonruj woman and three mtn held up the Industrial CrcdK bank here today ajid cs- captd In & commandeered ta*i with 55,500. Ing to the Chlc^o man. ' H'ffberg and his companion, 1 witii the damage to their Lincoln temporarily overcome, proceeded On | ; tcward Blytheville. Just outside of this city they were taken into ; ] custrdy by deputy sheriffs acting | - on advices from Steele. ] ! A fi>w minutes later a Steele' ! constable arrived with a warrant I ch:ir5in<; Hoffhcrg with reckless : driving and leaving the scene of an accident. Hoffberg retained Claude F. Cooper, local attorney, ss coun- -sel. Ccoper left for Steeie to talk j matters over with the Peorla, HI., ' men and Justice of Peace Max U I Kolly, declaring his client would i not waive extradition to Missouri. Be A Goodfellow! This message is addressed to those citizens of Bly- tlieville and vicinity who, no matter how Iheii- fortunes may have been affected by drouth, industrial depression, or bank suspensions, are eating thres, square meals every dny and enjoying the comforts of a warm home and adequate clothing. A good many hundreds of your neighbors—fellow beings dwelling in this community—have neither food nor fuel. Before the winter is over their numbers will be greatly increased. You, Mr. and Mrs. Comfortable Citizen, will be more comfortable if you know that you are doing your share to prevent any man, woman or child in this community from going without the bare necessities of life. Let the COUJMII below bring you peace of mind in this time of difficulties. Fill it out as your means permit, and mail it with a check for your initial contribution to Fred Warren, treasurer of the Goodfellow>, at the Farmers Bank and Trust Company. Response The idea originated In the local law firm of Reid,' Evrard nnd K3n ; derson. Interviews with a number of merchants late' yesterday gave assurance that the plan would suc- by Hplton ,vlth six singing special i ceed, and Immediate 1 steps . were numbers. At the First Prtsbyter- taken tofcul it Into operation. Mr, ian church the pageant "Sin?, O Ye | Evrard agreed to serve as trustee Heavens" Is to be presented with music, tableau scenes and. readings. The members of the First Methodist church choir arc: Mrs. George without compe'nsalon, and his firm, has handled the details of putting ths plan Into effect. Tlie cfftlficates have been printed. Enroll me as a member of the Hlytheville Goodfellows Club. To support its work I will give each week: the first of each month. Phone N 7 o Sign Here Address Pledges are for the period of the emenrrney, which apparently will be at least until next March or April. If you are not in a position to make a weekly or monthly pledge, simply send whatever cash contribution you are able to make now. N. B.—The best -help is to put n man (o work. If you can furnish a job, if only for an hour or two, call Phone No. 208 and a good man will be supplied at once. M. Lee, di^ctcress; Mis. C. E. At- and at 2:30'Ihis afternoon Mr. Ev= kinson, assistant; Mrs. P. Q. Rorle,! rard was 1'eady to begin issuing Mrs. J E. Critz, Mrs. H. G. Part-1 them. '."...; . low, Mrs. R. P. Paddlson, Mrs. Fred T,=- plan proved popular-with Warren, Miss Ernestine Johnston,'merchants, and no difficulty was Miss Carolyn Haley, Mrs. O. C.| experienced in securing a repre- Oanske, ifrs. Minnie Thompson, j tative number to ajrca to accept Mrs. Charles T. Kramer, Miss Mary | the • certificates. While no ,an- Emma Hood, Miss Adah H. Donolio,! nouncement has been .made as to Oeorgo Henry, Ernest Jones, O. G.! the date of the reopening of the Redman, Charles T. Kramer, Wll- First National preparations arc. go- son Henry, R. D. Moore and E. D. j ing ahead ana it is generally • be- Fi?rguson. • : lieved that merchants will net Imvp Features, besides the anthems by' to hold the certificates ::-c,-e than the entire choir, will be: bass solo! n few meks- before receiving their "A King Shall Reign," Wilson Hen- i money. • I ,* ry; snprano so!o, Mrs. P. Q. norle 1 -Making available of the Christ- and chorus; tenor obligate "There! mas savings deposits for holiday Were Shepherds," Ernest Jones; i shopping will be of real help to tenor soln, "Even Unto Bethlehem," i many par-pie who were left short ot George Henry; quartette "Come ready money by thi closing of the Light Divine." Mrs. R. P. Paddison. i bank. The 123 accounts range ill Mrs. George M. Lee, C. G. Redman I si=e from $1 to 5250, with most of . and Wilson Henry ;contralto solo : them from $25 to S50. "How Car; I Crown Thee," Mrs. ' arsa."^ s£y m 3r s • Thiev , cDs Ta ^ e ^ E™?; : l Wilson Henry and choAis; soprano 0 BflCn S LaiC KefJlSlSr • solo "Tlie Beautiful Star," Mrs. J. . E - Crltz - . , Jimmie O'Brien's cafe, 105 South : Mrs. Paul L. Tipton is director | ^^ s[roct> WBS entered by i of the choir which will give the thleves i i5t n | B ht and S20 In money program at the First Baptist k , h rcglster ,„ t j ie church. Mrs. !.M Medlin Is nccom '- panist and a visiting soloist will be M a Agnes Bailey of Seymour. M~. intruders apparently scorned £'„,„ ^ n1ckels cafe « 'gained Fifty people will participatfi In y removing a screen to a wMpw the Presbyterian program, directed openui| on Second street and forc asld « sy Mrs. C. R Babcock Only candle light will be used throughout the service which will be featured with ° "rdbrard panel that replaced a broken gloss. svce c w e aure • _ _ ,;'.Vi ; music by the choir and two tableau Domestic DlIHCuItleS president at'. Blamed in Bovard Death scenes. William Barowsky, president of the Temple Israel, will be the principal speaker for the Chanakuh' Warren Bradley Bovard, vice-presl- program at the temple. Richard dent „ fthe university of. Southern Jeidel, acting rabbi, will also take j California,- killed 'himself because part in the ton-Ices which will have of dDme j t lc dffflculiles snd poor special music by Miss Mildred Judd, h ]th , t ^ , fla Nfrs. Rowland Wolfort and Mrs., Walter Rcsenthal. Harold Nathan' vift iTtic-rt Rosenthal will tell the story of| WC/llnr.K Chanakuli and a candle lighting- cerebony will be carried out by: ARKANSAS — Fair tonight and Simon Joseph, Ceclle Wolfort. Dor-. Saturday, somewhat coldor in Ine Coulter, lioyd Florman, Joseph, southern and central portions to- Wolfort, Sylvia Reldman, Iris and nli>ht. Warren Gilbert Kleban, of here,! According to the official wealhir ' Frances Jaffe anti Virginia Nichols: observer, Charles Phillips, tho mln- of Osceola. -. [mum temperature here yesterday ' was 36 dejrets and tlie maximum. ! DUBLIN, (UP) —Patrick Flood, 35 degree; cloudy. '6n the same i who claims to be 115 years old, has riay a ji?or ago ths minimum tem- flve sons, two daughWra and 39 perjure was 29 degrees and the 1 grandchildren, .'maximum, 62; 1.12 Inchos of rain.

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