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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NOKTHIfA 8T AHKANSA8 AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXfcl— NO. 23 Blythevllle Dally News Blythevillt Courier Mississippi Valley Leader Blylhevllle Herald ISUTllKVlLl.K, ARKANSAS, FRIDAV, AI'HIL 13, 103-1 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS JOHN DILLINGER REAPPEARS IN INDIANA Organisation Will Seek Employment of County Probation Officer \edicts Doug-Mary Reconciliation O.SCEOI.A, Ark. - Securing the <Lmplu>nient of n county protaUO)! <;fficL'r in Mis^issipi)! comity and pei'tK'liinting tlie Lura Owen Mitchell scholarship fund were voted as prime objectives of the Mi^issippl County Federation ol WomeiLs clubs at the annual meeting in Osccola Thursday. Mrs. L. G. Byerley ol Leuchville I was elected president of the fed- M-aLlnn. .succeeding Mrs. J. W. Ed- lineton, and Mrs. b. S. Sternberg o! Ulythcville w;is elected first vice president; Ivtrs. S. M. liodges of O:cr:oln, second vice president; Mrs. O. U. Segraves, Osccolii, recording .secretary; Mrs. A. E. Robinson, Leachville. corresponding Mcrelnry; Mre. R. L. lionch. Wilson, treasurer; Mrs. J, W. Bailer, Hlyllicvllle. historian; Mrs. P. P. .Incolis, Osecola. parliuincnlnrlnii, Mrs. Samuel F. Korris, nlytheville, rejxirtcr, ar.d T\Irs. J. W. Jidring- toti, Ohccoln. federation secretary. All officers will serve for two years. The Invitation of the Wilson Co-oiierative club to hold the next, uiimial meeting.ai Wilson was ac- cepteii. Announcements were made of the coming meetings of the Forrest City District federation at Helena. April 17 and 18, and the national Conference ol the G. F. W. C. at'Hoi Springs. May 21 to 28. Mrs. J. W. Edrington was named delegate .from the county fcd- "Landed One This Rig," Pr(>;i<l<>nl Tells Correspondents Greet Roosevelt ,ai Station As He Returns From Southern Vacation You can take It from Joe Jacobs, manager of .Max SclimeJIng. that a Falrbanks-l'lckford reconciliation la a sure thing. Pictured on hla arrlv.il In New York from Europe. Jacobs told of hobnobbing willt Dnug in 3[>aio and tiow the film star and tils wife "chinned Caruthersville Man Faces Federal Prosecution as eraiton to attend these meetings CARIJTHERSVILLE, Mo. — W. Fifty-tTo members and guests' 1 ^- DisBennett, about 60, who was registered for the morning business ' under arrest. .here .Wednes- which was he!d in ' the 'lav.'was turned over to U. S. De- Uapti.sl Church auditorium, fol- leciivc Carl Dixon Thursday and lowed by luncheon served In the i ttP;15 carried to a federal Froijrpssivi! club rooms at Court 'charged with counterfeiting. House, where xhe afternoon i'.rnm session was also held. Mrs. w. S. Blann Speaks jail, W. S. Hlann of Marlon, pro-1 DisKcnnetl was placed under arrest bv Constable Herbert Smith and his deputy, Monroe Leek. When confronted by oUicers at his hack on the jlver ee just north of 9ue.st speaker, made a most inter- jp^ce, a small si csting talk on the subject, "Club side of the levi Woman—Waal of the Future?" | town. DisBennett disclaimed any raising questions of how best the' knowledge of counterfeit money, club womun may align herself with nr moans to make it. A search Ihc national recoveiy program, I however, disclosed a plaster of which she termed the "alphabet!- I Paris mold, used to make fifty- cm age." She urged continued'cent pieces. Dixon. upon inspect- sponsorship and encouragement of [inn the machine, said it wos clev- arls. the Iwtterment of home Jerlv rtrsigncd. and could be used, to the life, and active efforts to bring Irrnrntluce a good :iboui changes in the Arkansas;fifty-cent pieces. WASHINGTON, Apr. 13 (UP) Parading congressmen, with the [Marine, band, welcomed President I Roosevelt home from his fishing vacation today with a blare ol brassy music and shouts of enthusiasm. The presidential special arrived I from Florida at 9:50 a. m. I "Good morning." said Mr. Roose- I velt as he appeared on the rear platform and discovered the band, approximately 200 representatives i and a score of senators waiting. The parade, 200 strong find alt Democratic except two, started the short mnrch from the capitol to the Union station at 9:30 a. in. I There was a moment before the 'parade started when il seemed possible that the affair might turn into a fight Instead of a frolic. "Who the hell do they think they a.-c?" Demanded Rep. Raymond J. Cannon (Dem., WLs.) in a statement issued from his office at 9:26 a. m. It developed he was talking about members of the United States senate and lie explains himself as follows: "As a member of the house I in incensed at news articles which tated that senators said it was beneath their dignity to march lehind a brass band. "White it is barely possible their iresence with members of the louse would not subtract, I am ure it would not add to the occasion. Some, of the senators shuold be following a plow x instea<! of. : a brass band." The two Republicans counted were Representative Welch of Cal- fornia and Representative Lambertson from Kansas. Leading the marchers was Speaker of the House Henry T. Rainey wearing a uowing black tie ant with a large pink carnation on hu, lapel. Mrs. Isabelle Grcenway (Dem. Ind.) whot broke with the admin istration on the veterans compel sation issue, paraded beside Mrs Virginia Jeneckes (Dfin., Tnri.) Representative Dickinson (Dem Mo.) the oldest member of con- imitation ol mnmagc and divorce lairs. In this . No money was found, but the connection she recalled that H was.mold had small particles of babbit i he club women's influence which stuck on it. Indicating it had been succeeded in raising the legal aje . Ufc d 01 consent in Arkansas. I nisbennetfs arrest came after Mrs. \\. E. Hunt of Osceola. vho hr had approached a 14-yenr-old HUK lust returned from a ptlgrim-.boy, su^gcstim Hint the youth dis- ngc to the historic gardens of pcse of the bogus half dollars. The Natchez, gave a most Interesting boy declined at first, and the account of her visit, Mrs. P. P. proposition made him was heard Jacobs, of Osceola. who was re- of by officers. Thev contacted the ccntly awarded the prize offered boy, who told of Disbcnnetfs of- iiy the Nir.pieenlh Century Club fer . n nd the boy was sent to get "I MfniTwis to the member writ- 5mm , of lhe hart money. DisBen- ing Hie best poem and the best nett told the youth he hnd none short play, and who is engaged in at that lime, but would have to comjIVmg a brochure ol original m nke some poems written by the club women | Rather than wait and run the of the Forrest City District, road risk of DisBennett fleeing, the of- tiirce of her own compositions. -A fleers swooped down on the place Lu.laby,' "Indian Summer" and until recently DisBennett "Little Meetings." the latter dedicated to the federated clubs. gress. 85-year-old n. marched sv,-iiigiiig a cane. civil war vei pruinlly alon: FLASHES VOTK TAX rillll.lCITV WASHINGTON — Tin- smile \vlut tmlay lit niakv Incnim- lu* rrli'rti.s publlr mmils, UIH>II (u pnlilii- h^pri-tlul, 'NIIIKATKNS IHKiK OH. STRIKE W.ISIIINKTON — A strike iif HW.IKIO oil workers will IK- ralUd If and whrn regional »-*Re dlf- fvrcnduls proposed by (he oil I Igniting ,-ind tii-urdinutlon board air udoritrd, Harvey C. Frcmln:, irisiclul 11 f Ihr Intrrrudonal "II uiirkus unlrin, Miid today. rit(Tl>K.TS S1I.VKK ACT WASHINGTON—<?unir«is will i:xs i.llvrr IrgUlatlim this session, Sprakrr cf (he lloiue llrnry T. KniiM-y, oiw of the original l:t>ar t 10 lu 1 ndvocalr*, predicted iuday. 231-MII,E WIND SUMMIT OHSF.KVATORY, Ml. 'ashlnilon, N. It.—The hlfhnl wind velocity «er measured, Ml mltri an hour, »»» recorded hern jfstrrday, official records IT iralrd (oda>. lotice those dubious grins? Well. President Rooievci;, bronzed n deep tan by n southern sun. was giving group of newspaper correspondents lui idea of ihe .slw of the siicrm \vhule he landed with n three- jiinrc rod when this picture was token aboard the Astor yacht, Noiirmnhal. anchored 80 miles all Miami, 'la. Seated beside Ihc President Is Kcrmlt Roost.-roll, son af (lie lute President Tlic>(xlore ItooscveU. "Pockrt5TFiinds, | flaky Plays in His Arms as US.Charges j Falher Awaits His Sentence Bob Copeland Residence Ransacked Thursday Night The residence of Bob Copeland, David and Belmar, was raus?.C(Ud last night during the absence of the family. A number of articles "''re slo 1 —* Included In the loot were a suit of cloth?.! and a \\a^_.i. was enrolled on one of the local relief organization's r^nls. He had Six charming vocal numbers "ins name removed recently, how- were contributed to the day's pro- ever Ki-am by a Irio of Blytlievllle club women, Mrs. Geo. Lee, Mrs. Russell Farr and Mrs. Paul Tipton. They sang "To Spring" by Orelg; the'^Rlver" b" liemsifreet^The SEW YORK Mystery of Night" by Bennle: ! Cotlon clowrt "The Venetian Love Song" by' Nevin nnd "Absent" by Metcalf Students of Miss Margaret New York Cotton 13 <UP)- ,May .. fit gave two costume dance num- Ijc.-s during the lurcheon hour and a trio of Wilson high school girls. Including Misses Edith Milllcan, Oct Dec Jan Mar open high low close 1192 1184' 1184 1202 1204 1195 1195 1215 1217 1208 1208 1225 1226 1219 1219 1233 1233 1224 1224 1U42 1242 1233 1234 Last of Stranded Party On Ice Floe Rescued MOSCOW, Apr. 13 (UP) —The last six men on the Cheliuskin Arctic expedition, stranded on ice for 58 days, have been rescued by airplane. It was announced officially today. The news, which rotised nalionn pride, meant 'that aviators who hod braved without glory foi ye-rs the rigors of the Siberian wilds on routine jobs had evacuated 107 men, women and children left adrift at sea when the Ice breaker Cheliuskin w - as cnishoc '.n the ice February 13. , ., -- ----- ---Polly Beall and Marjorie Williams, . spo( -' i closcd ' steady at 1205. off sang on the afternoon program "Sweet Miss Mary'' by Niedltnjer, responding also with a encore number. Miss Margaret Merrltt of Blythevlllc rendered a piano selection. Committee Heads Report The federation following nn open dtsmsslon of the scholarship fund after the question was raised by a member of the • Wilson Cooperative 1 Club as to whether It should be continued as a gift or a loan fund, voted to continue It as a gift for the coming year, after which It is to become a loan. Lcs- sle Barnes of Osceola, who is at- Closing Stock Prices A. T. and T 120 1-8 Anaconda Copper 16 3-4 Bethlehem Steel 427-8 Chrysler 537-8 Clllcs Service 27-8 Coca Cola 119 General American Tank 41 General Electric 221-2 General Motors 38 1-8 International Harvester 42 3-8 Mtddlewcst Utilities . Montgomery Ward ... pnd the sentence was but hloh riramn wns enacted In crlm- The courtroom was almost empty the amis of his mother arid HUT" rled (aside the bar railing tc climb Into . his father's lap.' • H played there until the routine o court procedure lost Us piizzlln attraction. Then he slepU un mindful of (he meaning of ttv occasion, In his father's arms. in»l courl hern today. It would have been only r- routine occurrence had not circumstances otclwd in sharp outline pronouncement ol sentence Confession Follows,- Capture by Sheriff Wilson and Posse • OSCEOLA, Ark., April 13—J. W. Blackson, negro, self-admitted assailant of J. ' C. Boles, Kclwr nlghl watchman, and Willie Home .it (!•: Rock Police Kill Bandit; Barrqw Sought at Hot Springs WARSAW, Kiel.. Apr. 13 (UP) — John Dllllnncr, America's ace out- nw, returned to lib old stamp- I UK grounds today for a new. raid • en n nollce arsenal nnd barely os- I niiod capture. . • •• Tbe notorious crlmlnnl, with a 'ompanlon Identified as Homer Vnn Meter, Indium parole violator nnd known nssoclute of the mar- . nutllng Dllllnger. fled southwest ' with n posse of SO vigilantes clow upon his heels, IJIIllnger appeared on Ilic deserted streets of Warsaw early this morning, where he and his companion confronted Jitdrt Plttlnijer, night pntrolmnn • flnd former police chtef. With uutomatlc pistols shoved against Ills sides, PlUlnger was forced to lend the two desoerartoes . to the city building and police iHMidminrter*. The man Identified ins Vnn 'Meter held Plltlnger n'nlnst n wall while Dllllhse'r. picked up three bullet proof vests' ind two pistols from tho police lockers. Trip) DUllnKtr "Let's take the old boy along with us so he won't squawk too soon." Dllllncer said. "O. K.." his partner «a'd. This was too much for PUtlnger. Thi> Irlo was making Its way down i night of st«irs from the mond floor police office with Dtlllnwr. his companion In ft Kelser store robbery, were jnllcil here today. Blackum was captured by Sher- III Clarence Wikoa and a posse ui officers ««rl>- ,J]\Jv.Bie:;On;- . as he'Rofce" trim i" fieavlly/ijrooitat tract and struck across three miles west of MnrJe. Meld The sheriff and Ills deputies had kept the woods surrounded over nitn,. nfier learning that Blackson had sought refuge there. Soon after Blackson's arrest he admitted ths on P. P. deiln i unrtrr fnlsr pretenses. Brnmletl, former Bur- Other offenders walked one by .hooting of the Reiser night wat- nt. for obtaining money' onc before the court to receive chman nnd named Howe as his As It court attaches, somewhat hardcn- rd by Ihe Inevllable procession of those vlio violate the law. stared stral"hl nhrnd, mindful thai the criminal K not the only one who supers bv hh arts. Br.imlell. a s'roii". nlhletic ap- renrint.' wii of prsillilv '^ years, 1-rlchl nf fact 1 anil alert- of manner, stood out from the usual run of offenders as a small group fllcd Into the courtroom to receive sentence. Hardly had he hren Fc n tfd u - ]>rn hl.s 3-yenr- boy. golden-liphcd nnd with smile on li'-s fcice. slid down from Nohle tn Snend $10,000 on Hotel at Jonesboro sentence. The toy, sleeping blissfully, was moved to his mother's nrms as his father prepared for his turn, The father arose and marched firmly to his place before the judge's bench. Well dressed, stalwart of bearing, he stood erect as the court- slowly commenced his pronouncement. "I see no reason \vViy sentence should not be pronounced on you a man of at least average or more tlmn the average Intelligence. There Is no reason you should escape sentence when others such as Ignorant negroes who steal cotton seed, possibly to buy groceries, have been sentenced, and woods. The other others you have seen here. L p the gun and articles, carry -You have entered picas of gull- mg them to Alec Goble. Carso companion in the More burglary which led to the shooting. Howe, confronted by Blackson'a confession admitted his part In the affair. A fear that officers were close on his trail after the shooting early Thursday morning, led to the ultimate capture of Blackson. The negro was attempting to sell articles taken from Hie store to another negro on a road nea Marie when he saw a white mai approaching. Believing the to be an officer seeking him Blackson dropped his stolen loo and a shotgun, also tnkcn from the store, and fled Into n nenrb ty In two cases", the court's words continued. "I understand there JONESnORO. Ark. — Crawford' are other charges that could have \ Noble announced that work of been brought against you.. ..other changing the exterior of the Hotel checks...,I have talked to Mrs. Noble to a white stone front would Bramlett....tV^ prosecuting attor- start at an carlv date. Plans for ney... .others. ...I can sec no ren- tlic cli.in<!in<r of the exterior of son why sentence should not bo The ji3.no? of political ulstorj fnrk would be approximately $10.000. • Work of enlarging the dining New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Apr. 13 (UP —Cotton futures reacted around 25 cents a bale on the local exchange today when traders liquidated moderately because of dls- ^atl'-factlon with tax payment features of the compromise Bankhead bill. open high low close May 119« 1196 1188 1189 Jul 1201 1201 1195 1197 Del 1213 1213 1208 1209 Dec 1222 1224 1218 1221 Jan 1223 1223 1223 I225b Mar 12J9b 1234b Spots closed quiet at 1204, off 7. :u Criminal Court In Washington usui-r to the cliarno tliat b« "mm erled" to Ilia own usa ol Hie Itinda given him to Alllril K Srnlll] lu tile 1'JiiS idTrn i in i campaign. The blsh- a ^li-nvn i"nvlriB court a(tex Hie ubtMiing te&lun. the building are being drawn In- , pronounced. . .you will be senten- Arc'iilccl MeAnlch, of Little « d to n >' car ° 11 one charge,... Rock i judgment and sentence on the Mr'. NoMe *tntert that cost of the ; otller *»' <« suspended." I The ivlfo broke Into sots. The i boy, awakened abruptly, turned Kot.dcring to his mother. Sentenced to a year, eligible for parole in six months, Bram- lat, a bad check wiiter. returned to his sent. Lake storekeeper. Ooble notified officers and the surrounded the wooded tract Int which Blacksoti had dlsappearec Ills capture, after a night's vlgl followed. lilackson's confession led to re covery of all loot taken from th Kelser store. The negroes will not tc give preliminary hearings until Bole, condition Is definitely determined condition Is serious but no critical. . .vere tiiri'r-d Lark eli years when room to- make It twice Its nrcs- Kl.<ilin|i James Cannon, Jr., mill- ent size has been started. When :ant Mi-ihodlst leaner, was called completed the dining ronm will nc- Jonesboro School* Packard Phillips Petroleum Radio lending State Teachers College at New York Central Conway this yer.r, will again be the recipient of the scholarship next yciir. Mrs. L. S. Mitchell, chairman of the education committee, reporting at the business fcsslon, slated that $225 hnd been spent on the scholarship to date (Continued on p*ge .1) 31 5-8 36 5 1-2 20 5-8 8 3-4 Simmons Beds '20 3-4 Standard of N. j 45 5-8' Texas Co 26 3-4 U. S. Steel S2 U. S. .Smelting 135 1-4 Chicago Wheat May Jul May Jul open high 84 1-2 85 3-8 84 5-8 85 5-8 low 84 1-4 84 1-2 close 85 1-8 85 1-2 comodatc 40fl and will be large enough to handle any bantiuels lint may be held In the city. Spanish effects are bring carried out in all the remodeling work. Police KiH Wife Slayer Conran Man Takes His Vacations on Skates Circuit Court Trial of Leachville Doctor Opens Trial of Dr. H. D. RoWnso: Lcachvllle physician, on a chatg of public drunkenness, under wa this afternoon was to be the la I of the two weeks term of clrcu Asa Hnll of Conran, Mo., who' "|i» lna j C0l "\,, m ^ ng here toda 1 takes his vacation trips on roller! ,™ ^ nchvll [ c ,., doc , lor ._™ « r following and Van Meter' leading way. . ..... Plttingw kicked at Uw. notorious ndlt's shins behind him and .pncd him. Dllllngcr pitched .for- .. atop .the oth«r two,men and'-.: 1 three rolled to" the foot of the nlrs. The noise awakened the ght driver o( a fire truck which , housed In the city building tnd c ran to the front of the bulld- Dllllngcr picked up toe. bul: proof vests and guns and leap- ' 1 for a large blue sedan which M parked at the front of the illdlng, closely followed by his artner. Bandit Sl.iln by Police LITTLE ROCK. Apr. 13 (UP) — 3ne bandit was dead and his ompanicn In )all today 'as the csult of a running gun battle •Ith officers on the outskirts of he city. The dead man was Identified as Lloyd Defer, 28, Tlshomingo, Okla. His cousin, Estus Leon Defer, 21, i'os captured near the railroad hops ot Blddlc. A car which Defer said, was itolcn from a Denlson, Tex,, taxi driver, was recovered. A shotgun and small calibre pistol were found n ihe car. Detective Sergeant H. H. Cousins vas struck in five places with shot fired from the shotgun. Sheriff Virgil A. Hucker of Ben,on notified police here last night hat, two men had, held up a filling station there and were headed for Little Rock. Cousins and Detective Smith waited on a road until the car described drove by. They attempted to halt tlw car but Its occur pants began firing. Officers returned the fire and pursued ths car. The bandits wrecked the car In Little Rock and fled on foot. Resident In the neighborhood armed themselves with guns and pursued. the men. O.. Anr. 13 (UP) — 59. was shot and Raid Nets Ten HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Apr. 13 (UP)—On a tip that Clyde Barrow, southwestern, desperado, was at a rooming house here,, officers raided and arrested four men and little Dmctlce and appealed Eo the higher court. TWO men and another woman M*, v K*« ** „», -^ T j»ar«hvill«» rtrllffffLct. tt'OS' rc^iru.rl !n nti «iit A »i*VitlA *«n-o-^ , „ j , ... r. . was so an U ut Granted Federal Aid.kiiicd bv police today m the attic Jfo " nla ' «ka«ng ndit™ . " ™ convlctcd ot obscenlt y ttnd P ubllc ot his home where he had sought ^shlnwn DC which he et- Drunkenness at the same time in -,*r., nn -*.„.. I.tin ,.,. ...i»_ , - WaSninSKHl, U. V., »ll«.n "I " ., l nt ..|>r rnurf in Ark.-Fedcral aid' ' cr "S c stt " klllln " "Is wife In a pecUi ^ make next month. t.h» .vmeshr.ro p^nM|" UIe neighborhood grocerj' store., Hall 595-5 tha t ne has made as Thursdnv l T to ^'li-e ellf" ''It" hv the FERA.j received bv Dr. "n' i ~ I nt*"p'lf-ril of (he lower court. Jesse "T Manila bad boy, was acquitted. " Williams, allejed whlrh will eliminate ncc- That Wasn't Rljht When lefty Oomei made first appearance before his of schools havln« to go cm „' , rftlner of ,,,„ y.. nk , , h(> „„„.! along. So far he has managed to ,.__,_ ,. J^L... rn in . . lJtlll| cr ui int. IIUIKS. tne gooa , ^__ „* tfn rn n Kf . n iA an t a fcut rn^iblll'y Ihnt enough fedrn will he fnrthrnmln* that the tr-^ook mav continue as free | sc^no's the remnindcr nf the tctm.i w Defn'^ qnionnt of th* 3 aid was not rpv><ili>ri lo Dr. Keller, the I <•'•>** ftnthftrlt'' 1 ^ R^vina, , , •-" unlllcl U» VJIt * I11IIVA. tllC KIAA1 . t . ffl t "!f' v - : ™" R J i "doctor" spent 30 minutes working . kpc f clca . r , of '""'JL"' ,,«h tortrml -.MjBver the mirefe of the Castlllan's ."?.«»» ?*££*. *" !SSi,V V t^,t%^ 'WfcgssHtftS ^n a hold-up near Manila several months ago. Claude F. Cooper was ccuriel for Williams and W. Leon Smith, deputy prosecutor, represented the state. - Dewing .he country M he goes ccl(!ent5 . hul remlnrteH him Child Has 17 Mothers :i3th. he decided to remain over In Blythevllle until tomorrow morn- Ing. He is not superstitious, he 'says, but there Is no sense in ! tempting fate, Hall is a brother of "Ma" Cook, • fore d"1nlie amount would be de!-'''M upon. he-1 AMHF.H5T JUNCTION. Wls. who operates the Fair-view danc- WEATHER Arltansis—Fair tonight and Saturday, warmer Saturday. Memphis and vicinity—ratr to- scaped In an automobile toward Jalvera. They were captured af- er n chase ot several miles. Tha capture- brought the total taken n custody by officers to ten. Those who attempted escape ;avc the names of A. B. Thome, ils wife, and Kllff Kell. Mrs. Thome was not under arrest but was being held In custody. Police would not dtvuVje the names of others arrested. Thome had *3iX> in bills and Kell $100 when arrested. No shots were fired. Officers did not say whether any guns were" found. iDPi— Miss Jean Carbon, four, has Ing place at Conran. He is em-| tl | g | lt nn( j Saturday. Slowly rising 'Required 37 mothers as the result ployed there but takes time off temperature Saturday. Tn ni n antHie Dr. Krl'f- w>nrd of her adoption by Ihe Kenneth for a roller skating Journey occa- rnrent* to keen their children in.S. Welts Auxiliary of the Amer- sionally. He made his first big trip rchool but to he rcartv In case Chicago Corn open high low close 46 1-2 47 1-2 46 1-2 47 3-8 few of the closing weeks have 49 1-2 f>0 3-8 49 3-8 50 l-4bc tuition pchool. The maximum temperature here DEFUNIAK. FU. (UP)—Approximately 1,000 farmers in northwest Florida, who have agreed to r$du« their tobacco acreage about 2,500 acres, wilf receive some .$115,000 In case' a' lean Legion. Jean's mother and last summer, skating from Denver, yesterday was 58, minimum 41 rental and be nvc to i father were killed In an automo-.Col., lo the Century of ProgNsslcloudy, according tc Samuel F.itrie governme rental and benefit payments from •'' v - ml, tccoidlng to bile accident two years ago. exposition at Chicago. 'Norrls, official weather observer. Istate agricultural wrote*.

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