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Blytheville, Arkansas
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THE nflMrNANT K'RU'spAniiT) /-», ,,™,,.».,-,.,.„. ^^ i^fc^B ? f ^^f TOl.U.MU XXXV—NO. 21. Dataller's Cabinet Given Vote of Confidence As Regime Opens PARIS, Apr. !•'. ifJPl —Promt.™ Kdouard Ualariicr's "nnliunal de-" cabinet went inlo power today with im overwhelming preliminary vote ol confidence in Hie (Jmmljej of (ieputlos and a quickly engineered nsgreejnml to end the Cenerul strike threat against French Industry. The strikes, lying up the metallurgical industry ofthc Paris region and threatening a serious blow lo national rearmament came unexpectedly lo an end during nn after- neon of negotiations between Paul noinadier, labor minister, and union lenders. The general labor federation ; cc-pled arbitration and agreed lo cider Immediate evacuation of the fat-lories by the sit down strikers It was announced officially that work in the nationalized, aviation factories, where airplane production has been set far behind schedule by the strike, will be resumed tomorrow. i ™ E DO»mMNT_N_RVWAPE B OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOTOIEACT MISSOURI Courier Mississippi Valley Leader " — • — _ 111 ! U ' cvlllQ Dall >_«"«.._._ I!L ™' :V1I ' U ''' ARKANSAS, TUKSDAV, Al'lill, 12, l<m Feoclor Chaliapin, Famous ' Blythevtlle BlythcvJIle Herald )r Cnaliapin, Famous l !>„„„ T)^i, Ol IT ••->. i ' Singer, Dies In Paris UfllC ' IClltre bllOWS HoiISC Debating RcVill'lll) Bill " Hsl!i^^^^^l^iM^ : ™ :K -' ! y5S!3^!ra?Si5«a.?isaijiia(L^iMBB»^i-x,'-, v I , SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTO PA1US, Apr. 12. (UP) _ Fc-rlor Chaliapin, great Russian Imso (tied icday. He was CS. Numerous woixl Iransliisioiis were resorted lo his "l" " U '' m|>l ( " S1WR '"' l"' ol o»tf Jin>y wen- futile, however and s coiidiilon KI-MV .steadily worse While he had been ill for sever..! , ?ek.s at his home here |,i s ,. ull . liltloii Illume danwou.'i „„].. icnliiy. By Unileil p ress A struggle for power that may bear strongly on Europe's future ncared a showdown I'-j'auce. Premier Bdotrard todav In Claylon and Cartitlvers' Attorneys Appeal From Ruling by Federal jttclg. Helleratlng their recent dnclam- Jion thut ihey would carrv their long legal fijht to the United States supreme ooiii-i. if necessary, in an | enort to prevent Hecliwiitlon of Bubbles Clayton and Jim X Caruthers, Blytheville negroes «i teneed lo die for the rape'of white gii-j Here in 1934, attorn, "or the negroes appealed to United States circuit Heals jesterday. court of Trimble at Little Rock Marel in which their iietitioii for a per- 11110 ENTERS 'BIG HO USE'III E in a photograph engaged in cause of stringent House rules, photographers rarely NCAV York Stock in»c I Icucl Becomes "Prison Nuinl)rr" NKW YOliK, Apr. IB. (Ul'l - Illfliard Whllney, live Hint's donl- ol the Now York stock cx- o. was itinnack'd to Iho negro prisoner today and by iniln In Hlns ainn m-lson t«i ti'rvc n five It) 10 year term for iiim larceny, Whllney sliodi' Iroin Ihe VHII llml look him lo iirniul ccnlral stalliin from 'I'oinlis iiilson. with so brisk n step llmt hi- Illorally ilragilieil Die iii'Krii, Holicrl Alston, who had bmi convlcled of assault Allen Cain, an cxlurltnnlsl, was humidified In Alston's other wrist, A crowd n! more tlmn 3.000 livm- mcd In mill about Die tm'mlniil, hoping lo see lh« llnaucler Iward a tialti for the hour's ride lo lliu "big house". He and five other convicts in Die group were takcm Into the station Ihroiyh u .side ciilrnoco, Holly Grove Man Named Aide By Coy. Bailey M'l'I'l.B ROCK, Apr, 13 (UP) — Oov. Oiirl K. Dnlley today nti- nnnnocd apiiolnlmeiit of lioverly .f. LauibiMt. jr., :)0, ol Holly Grove, Ark., us his assistant sec-rotary ellcctlvo April in. Ijiiiibi'rl, « gnuluatt' of Wnsh- Intiton and Li'u university, win fin the iiliitv left vacant by romoval of H. H. Allni lo anolhcr Mate <lc']Hirtihc'n(. lake their >')!™™» »»"> ° f h ", bCas C01 ' |MIS to m ™" c '" ; 1U '° in scssl0 "- Sho «'n on the rostrum is Representative IJi-event the long .scheduled tlon was denied. Judge Trimble gave Ihe two factors are connected and illustrate possibilities of a uo- ihcal struggle which have led to talk of a French totalitarian movement: 1. The labor troubles, striking at the heart of Hie French armament, industry, were spurred by the protests of powerful left wing proiius against defeat of i,eon Blum's government In which socialists predominated and com- x immisls hnci a nart. 2. paladicr. known as a strong man in. politics who has soimlit fupport from (he more'conserva- tive parliamentary blocs, has de- H«(inrfed~ciictatorial powers 'to-deal with financial problems and once Wore used troops against n Left, isi political demonstration, "•anwhfle, across Prance's fron- the Spanish insurgent- and ier - an oyahsl armies remained locked in stages of their death "i the »»!» new fmil ereund lie final Mni?g le. i/jyaiht, reported a of ensive lvas started in the Mo- "^Se'^Mctors in an ef- throw back the advance nationalists through Cata-' ana on the southern " the Mediterranean g dearly for every 'foot of the nationalists had been seeing to crash throu«h to the .'-fa tetween Morelln and Totosa where the loyalists have held out for almost a week against huge, «Ws. Government recnforcemenls avc sti-englliened the defense of the sencoast highways and loyal- 1 ist leaders claimed that their new offensive had recaptured strategic points. The insurgents, however continued to report gains on the' extreme northern and extreme southern sectors of the long front, •' Roving Butcher on Job For Past 66 Winters LANCASTER. O. (UPJ-Georoc JV'sh. 83, who began butchering ulnlef '", T- h " S " Ol misse <l » winter at it since. Parish began his butchering ear- «rwhe n 17. working for neighbors loiter he acquired a- horse and wa- £o»i and traveled over the county selling jus services. For the past 63 years. Parish has been butchering at the DD- 1 Kolph homestead north of Plens- - taken while the U. s. House'that irnt reorganization bill, fio- camerns inside the chamber while the Mipnorler or J .he",,m V ', *f CCO>mnck "*<"-*'«<*•>. j Whitney, who once could write —^^^f.-&£tt2&¥^&£ John J. O Connor (Dem.—N. y.l, chairman of the „„„. """ " ••"•••— .-.,..- . - - (|i N(w YMk Representative Lindsay Warren ,Dem.-N o pictured In Ihe center ol the doorway at tho left. powerful House »,,.,, committee, h Ms pocket Hack United States supreme court but wns prevented from taking Ihi, action under new federal court recitations. He said he would appeal lo the liiifli tribunal if the anneals court ruled unfavorably. In dismissing the negroes' peti-, lion for a permanent writ of habeas Conrrftp Pninvvl corpus Judge Trimble said he i ~ , 2 ,". there were no negroes on (lie jury' which tried the negroes here in : April, 1935. He said there was no ' evidence, as claimed by lawyers! Of clium The sladiu Sections of Sta- and gyuinashun. school f _,. ,. • • ..... .: "' "<"j<;i.i[ t •"- "lauiuni mm gym loi UK negroes, that mob domlna- ' «eing erecle<l -on the hl"h o tton and Inftamct) public opinion ' grounds 1 ns a WPA project is fast influenced conviction" and' that in-' I "taking shajje" ivliij .th<i--ctnlcr pubhc opinion prevented section of the stadium completed obtaining of signatures to a pell- (except for the seats, the coSe non for a cbnii e e ol PHILADELPHIA (UP>— The Philadelphia zoo hns acquired u rare albino raccoon. The animal. which is entirely white, with pink eyes, was captured in Georgia. Churchman Says He Killed Wife I wall of the south section xip and | the north section wall ivas poured yesterday, in addition to excavating being started for Ihe foundations of (he gymnasium, which will be at the rear of the stadftm . The 100-foot central section of the stadium is finished, except for the seats, which will be constructed of wood supported by concrete lit T€L BY BOB BURNS There's no question about It, love Is one of tlic greatest moving forces In mankind. Its Influence goes so much deeper than the mushy sentiment yon hear about in songs. It inspires men to do bigger and better things. My uncle said that his own boy the dairy 'til he fell In love with one of the milk-maids. He says now his boy keeps the milk-cans .•blued as bright as a silver dollar. I says, "Well, what has his beln' In love got to do with keeping the for (lie only stniclurc, wood in the entire The five foot wall of the 60 foot south section is finished with the word "Blyihcvllle" cut into the wall, and concrete was poured today on the front wall of the north section, which in atso 50 feet lon» making the entire stadium 200 feet In length. The WPA crew is still ahead of Its schedule and it is almost n certainty that the work will be completed before September first If the motley, to be raised by local loans is obtained. To dale, the committee recently appointed by the Chlek- asaw Athletic club for a "clean up" has not made a complete report and (hose heading the project lire pessimistic over the amount received. The money is 'to lie repaid by the redeeming ol bonds. Tven though the work is being continued, it will be stopped when the money for materials is exhausted. it lias been pointed out. The money being loaned by Blytlieville people Is being used for the pnr- jclinse of materials, and there is yet several thousand dollars needed (o complete the contributors' fund Governor Training To Pitch "First Ball" LITTLE ROCK, April 12. (UP) —Fully recovered from a major operation performed last fall Oov. Carl E. Bailey today disclosed that he Is in training for his duty lo pitch the first ball of the 1938 Southern Association baseball season. which opens here Thursday. "I'm not going out there lo pitch Ihe first ball of the season when i am cold so there has been a bit of baseball practice this week sftld. my back yard," the governor °" ( , , IK>ni ' by ''"° r lo ' xs «° l lo »« , nothing but an ordinary prison van. Will Set Waterworks Proposal, Hospital Protest Hearings Tonight Dates for hearings at which (he council will give Its nnal. decision creditors stoat ready lo take all Ms assets, even furniture, In sntis- tactton for money ho borrowed and was unable lo repay. Whitney, given the number 01 835, will sleep tonight hi u damp cell, four feet by seven feet, in what Is called the "old cell block" II was built 112 years a«o because It Is the least dscirable part of tho prison. Newcomers arc forced to live there until there r.rc varanclcs elsewhere. Is Second Hospital For City; Protest Petition Awaits Disposal The opened new Walls hospital Sunday, when two was pa- "» Wew York Cotton NEW YORK. April 12 tUP)— Cotton closed steady. open high ... 850 878 .. 862 879 ... 871 888 .. 872 May Jul. Oct. Dec. Jan. Mar. 874 890 891 82 898 low 855 862 871 872 87-1 882 close 871 877 885 889 831 885 up 11. Spots closed steady at 877. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. April 12 (UP)— Cotton futures closed steady today j with gains of ten to 12 points. \ Confessing that he beat his Wife to death vvilh a hammer on Ihelr 15th wedding anniversary, Marion Lamer, top, and Dill City, chrch offldrt reason was that they could not stop quarreling—and not because he was involved with a well-to-do widow. The lalter difficulty was solved, said, when he, his wife, May Jul. Oct. Dec. Jan. Mar. open 872 874 high 887 890 900 901 902 907 low 872 874 88-1 885 888 894 close 885 888 900 900 903 907 Spots closed steady at 895, «p ] |. Chicago Wheat May Jul. open 82 791-2 high 831-4 801-4 low 817-8 791-8 close 831-8 80 Chicago Corn May Jul. open high" 601-8 601-2 61 1-2 613-1 low close 595-8 601-8 697-8 616-8 tienls were admitted. Although the residence at 1204 Hearn street, which has been remodeled. Is no\v :onverled into a hospital with 26 beds, n portion of the equipment hn.s not yet. arrived. A petition Jilcrt by 1C iiropeiti' owners with the citv clerk, purportedly under provisions of the city zoning ordinance, protests opening of the hospital. No date for a hearing on the petition hns Men set by Mayor Marlon Williams, who has indicated, however, that a hearing will be held City Attorney Roy E. Nelson has staled that In his opinion the ordinance does not cover remodeling operations. The on the proposal (he- Blythevllle plant and -lystcm and will pnis oil protests filed against estfltjllsh- nient of a hospital at lleanv and Division streets by Dr. j M Walls clty eomie " for purchase of Water 'compam The waterworks matter has been more or less shelved by the Coun- cl since the proposed purchase 01 the plant and system for $300000 and the Issuance of revenue bonds to pay fov the plant met considerable disapproval several months ago. However, a final decision Is to n the city's ngenU, VV. J. and company of Little Owens, newly alderman, will elected be In- be give] Herring umn' ilcconll "B to' Mayor'MiTr'lon Williams. Sam c. first ward uv duccd into office tonight' as" will B. R. Jackson, third ward, and Loy If. Welch, second ward reelected aldermen, and Miss linth Blythc reelcctcd city clerk, and Roy E. Nelson, reelcctcd city nt- lorney. ,- « Arrest Order Placed For Felon Free in 1989 ST. LOUrs (UP)_H will be 61 years before St. Louts can punish idward McLean Snow, who escaped from the city sanitarium while rlal for three holdups . _ ,,. . «l«". soclated with n r . p. L. Husbands who is connected the new hospital. Mrs. Walls is superintendent. Elythevillc's other hospital cwned by the city of Blytheville and is leased lo M. A. Long, Auto Rocks Home ARLINGTON, Mass, (UP) —Joseph D. Mills, 12, reading in a chair, was injured when hurled across Ills living room by the Impact of a drlverlcss automobile crashing into the dwelling afte plummeting down n sleep hill. Stock Prices NEW YORK. April 12. (UP)— Stocks steadied today when the French labor tsllimtion improved. A better tone also developed in bonds and commodities. AT&T Anaconda Copper 127 1-2 27 1-2 44 7-8 33 3.5 323-8 Associated DO ........... 5 Beth Steel .............. 481-8 Boeing Air ........... !.'!'• M 7-8 Chrysler Cities Service ........ Coca Cola ............ General Electric General Motors _ Int. Harvester ......... ' g\ Montgomery Ward . ....... 21 l-f N Y Central .......... "." ]3 ,. 8 Packard ............ '...'.'. 41-4 Phillips Petroleum . 34 R«^lo ............. '.'..'.'.'.'. 6 1-8 Schenlcy ................ 20 Simmons .............. ' ' jg Socony Vacuum ....... [" 131-2 Standard of N J ;...,,' 4; 3.3 Texas Corp U S Steel 39 1-4 Snow is In Federal prison In Washington, serving the first of four terms for a series of California robberies. The terms adtl to 51 years. Despite the half century of waiting. St. Louis iwlice have placed n detainer against Snow will ornin and Federal police. Snow Is now 29. By the time St Louis justice get,? around to htm he'll be 80, ' tin Calif- Horse-Tail Thief Busy In Canadian Farm Area HEGINA. sisk. (UP)-Thc horse- tall thief of Ihe Wynyard. Sas district is busy again. D. McGregor. Wynyard farmer. «TO ills team of horses behind n store. He returned in 15 minutes to find the tails of both animals had been cut off. A few months previously, In the same district, 12 horses were "tailored" in one night. The fact that horsehair commands a moderately good price may explain the thefts. WHS the regular noon time meal .„ which lima beans, boiled potatoes broad, corn starch pudding and ten were offered. Roads Are Too Muddy / For Highway Conference CHAflLKSTON, w. Vn, (UP)— Oov. Homer A. Holt Invited D. !•'. McMillan, prominent Clay county civic lender, to come to Charleston to confer with him on Dm condition of rands In his section of Ihe state. McMlIlon reluctantly turned down the Invitation and wrote (he aovcinor: ' "1 shall be glad lo call upon you but you will have to wait until the mud dries up and the roads In my section lire passable." Fisheries' rl'otest on Seals SACRAMENTO, Cal. (UP)-Cal- Ifornln's fishing interests would like to have all seals Immediately converted Into women's coats. They told the California Game Commls- lon thai scnis along the const are consuming about 400,000,000 pounds of llsh every-24 hours which could lie much more profitably utilized In Hie Industry. enancy^Administra- tion Director 'Deplores Present Farm Conditions I.ITI'LK DOCK, Apr, n I.UI')- )r. W. W. Alexander, director of he [linn security administration, intil today thn future of tho .south ilnrh unlm the poverty ciutscd >y farm tenancy Is ollmlnnlcd. lie .said FSA loans and sv:per- •Isory assistance were attempts ID •iid such poverty nnd aid lenanls o become owners of land, "Most of Iho fiilnro population of Hie United Slates Is going to come from the rural south," Dr Alexander said. "Wo will harvest n fulr slnlrc of leadership from this Bi-oup only if wo provide basic opportunities for (hat segment of farm population which is landless, "Wo Imve too many persona try- Ing to farm in (ho south, Wo arc laced with a . vanishing frontier and a damming up ot iKoplc on land loo poor to yield a semblance of decent Jiving. "Poverty will breed sickness and an Indlirci-ont nttltudo toward", ,al)pr Committee Agrees To Submil Measure At Current Session WAMUNaTOcJ~Apr. 12. (UP)-, The house labor', committee today decided to report some form, of wage-hem- bill to the house- despite Indications that there Is little hope for pussiigo of such legislation Chairman Mary T, Norton tDcm. N. J.) said thu commtlleo was "in imccmonr on pressing for cnact- H of H bill. Tho committee today received n new "escalator" la- l>ov standards measure drafted by a sub-committee. Colneldentally ('resident William Clreone of tlio 'flcim Federation of Labor conned the measure us "dlctnto-. rial". Mrs, Morton said tho committee would jnect (tomorrow to discuss the new bill nnd another draft which she would not Cut.s Highway Fuitda • '•' W/iSlimai'ON, Apr. 12. (UP)-: The houso «pproprliillons committee ioilay accepted President; Roose"veil's demand fov 50 per cent ia- dttctlon of federal highway grants !o stales nncl favornbly rei>orted;-a $707,220,15!) ngriciilliiro department supply hill for the 1030 fiscal year The bill wns $72,539.WD under tho current appropriation. The major economy $74.000.000 from appropriated for effected by outline »1 87.001) MO 1D38 fiscal the the Negroes Who Stole Fans Fined In Muny Court Leon Augustus and Jim Wonuick, nerffocs, who were arrested Saturday on a clmrgo of petit larceny after they had attempted to sell n used electric fan, were fined In municipal court thla morning. Augustus, who pleaded not guilty, was fined $15 and Womaclc was fined $10 after ho pleaded guilty. Tlio fan was Identified as belonging to Meyer Clrabor and wns slolon from his-residence, officcri? said.,.,, ., , Sidney; Tanner ivrfs fined $50 on a charge. nf assault with : a. deadly weapon but his line was suspended pending good behavior. Ono mnn paid a fine of $10 on a charge of public drunkenness. Negro, 109, Laments He's Same, World's Different ATHENS, Tex. (UP)-EvcryihlhB s changed but himself, K. n. Pnlge, 100-year-old Negro, com- ncnlcd when he arrived here front New Orleans for a visit. year (or federal highway aid to states. Tho reduction left tho hlgh- '"ay appropriation n.t $93,000,000 "" With permanent and other an. proprlallons the AAA would receive 5705,000.000 for Its farm sto- proprlalcd for the 19311 fiscal year The bill provides- $48.000,000 to administer the 1837 sugar act and $15.000,000 of the $25.000,000 author- ised for purchase of land to rc- icttlc farmers under the Bnnkhead. Jones farm tenant act. Paige Is father of 22 children and Ills oldest boy Is 83. Paige told how he was "tired of Ming n slave" when the Civil War opened, so he Joined the Union forces, lie fought In the Battle of Siilloh ns a member of the lllth Welcome Station It To House Radio Transmitter -.". Tlte Welcome station, which, has been at Iho Arkamns-MIssouri state line since it was erected there in connection with tho , Centennial projram.'fs 16' be moved, tomorrow lo BJytlicville, where' It Is to be lilnccd at Miilinn.parJt for the usa of the new short wave police radio slatloiii Besides using the one room house for radio activities, It is also to bo headquarters for state polled stationed In this area and there Is a possibility that It may be the • licndtitiarlers of the Arkansas Auto- motile Association in thlj dlstrct Ihe frame Early Amercan typo cotuige, which is attmctlvely constructed built so with that fireplace, was could be later novcd. The log hut, constructed at tho same time as nn example of pioneer days, will remain at tho entrance r lelcl Artlllci-y and now lives on a to Arknn sas from Missouri, which $100 monthly pension'. ! te nl Hcrmondale, five miles north monthly pension'. 'I'll live to a ripe old nee predicted. he I — miles north it here on Highway 61. Survey Shows 12,075,467 "Spent In County On Works Program spent county through various relief agencies since the program for unemployed relief was launched over four years ago. ti complete checkup has revealed. Tn addition to this sum. spon- been PWWIB .iructuws which have creeled or improved. . Health and sanitation projects have been carried out. canning factories built, mattress fnr.lories established, ca nil Ing kitchens rooms established made, pnvem spent ,„ this county to aid the actMtlef ^Zugumlcd"" SK by work urogrnins up cleared, levees repaired and cmcr- until Feb. J4, 1038 This money has beer piicy flood work done, along with ivhlch have al- loymen supply- 12 f/ivestoch EAST ST. I,OUfS. 111.. Apr, (UP)—Hogs: 9,000 Top, 8.40 170-230 Ibs., 8.25-8.-10 HO-160 Ibs., 7,15-8.00 Bulk sows, 7.20-7.50 Cattle: 3,000 Steers, 7.50-10.00 Slaughter steers. 6.75-10.00 Mixed yearlings, heifers, 1.00-8.00 Slaughter heifers, 6.00-9.00 Beef COR-S, 5.50-6.25 Cutters and low cutters, 4.25-5.00 used (or ncldon c « c n:ve many project,, with both the pop- so aided in providing employmenl nations of towns and rural sec- for thousand., as well as su ,1?- tlons participating, The amount of i,, g permanent benefits ^™?l, S| :i'l t ^Li 1 , 1C ,.^ Cr ^L E ° v : " ft.ta^lblc to re. ernment hns ranged from 51.80 foi repairing a sewing room at Bly- tlieville to $M,32S for Walker park and Mississippi 'county' fairgrounds. and 597,211 for the Dycss colony roads, which have been the two largest single projects with another project, embracing a county wide road Improvement program for which the federal appropriation was *a>,535 for the third largest amount. The most expensive project In the county, counting both Hie federal and sponsors' expenditures, so far has been Walker park and county fairgrounds here, which cost J153.178. Much of spent for the money lias been parks as Mississippi county had no adequate recreation facilities before the first re- j lief program was started. Money -has boon spent for roads—many of them—with the largest sum at Dycss colony, which was converted Into a settled community with a network of roads made from &• woodland. Other dollars have been spent for schools, the erection of of I Jewish League Holds Its Second Meeting The Jewish Youth League held Its second meeting Monday night at the community house in Osceola when Miss Rose Rnbeastehi, Guy Rubensteln, Billy Sltverblatt Mclvln Lapldes were hosts for the affair. Thirty-five members attended - ._ .-etiterate the iiccompllshments nnd benefits already derived from the operation of government agencies In this city, many believe. The social ac- wmplishmcnt alone reaches far deeper than Is realized on casual investigation. The benefits work-i" olllact men, their families and the communities In which they reside, derived from the actual pav envelopes, Is of paramount Importance. The principal project sponsored In Mississippi, county, as a governmental unit, hns been that of farm lo market roads which hns greatly helped In bringing tUe farmers Into close'r touch with towns by having graveled roads, which while not perfect, are far better than the black gumbo roads of a few years ago. This work cost approximately a total of &550 era. The 71 projects '.vhtch havs aided the schools of the county cost- a total of 5251,812, of whi-li the government contributed $275939 A little bit of everything has been done. New school buildings gymnasiums, Smith-Hughes buildings this meeting at which a group of 15 delegates of the Jewish Youth League In iMcmphts, headed by Mr Rosengnrtcn, president, were present. Mr. Roscngarten gave n talk on the activities of the Memphis branch. At the conclusion of the cession, refreshments were served .following which the guests enjoyed dancing, and Charlie Cohen entertained with several piano selections. Meetings have been definitely b for the second Monday of each month. All unmairled Jewish persons not already connected with this organization and wishing to avail themselves of more information concerning this movement, can contact the following officers and members in their respective loeall'y: Blytheville—Harold Sternberf, Charlie Cohen, Harold N Rosen- tlial; Manila. R. E. Fendler; Leachville, Freectman Welnberg; Osceola, duy Rubensteln; Havtl, Mo, Noah Barkovltz; Caruthersville, Mo., Miss Selma Cooperman. WEATHER Arkansas—Pair, somewhat warmer tonight;, Wednesday partly cloudy. Memphis and vicinity— Fair tonight and Wednesday, not much change In temperature; lowest temperature tonight, 66 to 60. The maximum temperature here yesterday was 68, minimum 43, clear, according to Samuel F. Norris, official weather obierwr. • r

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