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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 18, 1936
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THEVILLE COURIER NEWS VOL. .\XXm-NO. 105 Hljtb«TUl» Ovurtw BlythMUl* IJUly Ntll BljUuvlll* Hwtld Ulolulppl Vallty L**d*> THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTRl^BT ARKANSAS AND BODTRSAW MJ88On R ] BLYTHEVILI.E. ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 18, 193G SINGLE COPIES F1VK CENTS Camera Flashes Struggle That Saved Ruler j I oEJff Foreign Le<jicm and Olhev Units Seize ' Strategic! Points in Morocco MADRID, July,11),;' lUP)-Oov- erninenl airplanes!-' reared over Epanlsji Morocco ''tonight, bom- .bardih; rebellious Irboiis, including ,tlic famous Spanish Le»!mi, which continued to resist Ihe loy.i fcrce>'!and held on. doggedly to severer strategic points.; The,jrevplulioii broke' out last nlght.i : The main centers of Irou- hle appeared lo be Meliilit and Ceuta.j It was believed ihc movement 'was premature and that it had been planned to revolt In Spain proper al the same lime. The government, however, claims lo be In complete control in Spain' and said all forces in this covii- try have remained loyal. Sevcial generals and other high officers of Ihe army were arrested here, presumably as a prenu- Ucnnry mcanstire. Oilier "radical and urgent measures'" were taken, it was announced. The Foreign Legion, supported by native troops and other u\\ls which have not yet been Idenli- fied, attacked loyal troops, guards, civilians and airdromes in the Melilla and Ccula zones of Morocco, south of Spain and Gibraltar and across the western Mediterranean. In Spain itself between 40 nnd 50 armed Syndicalists (extreme leflists) boarded several vessels 'in Barcelona hartor and seized 5C rifles. Storm guards quickly recovered Ihe guns. : Minister of Interior Juan Moles, in a nationwide broadcast, said the j rebels seized (he radio station''and broadcast false news under Ihc name of Radio Sevllla. $5,000 Pays $450,000 Elk Chute Bond Debt KENNETT, Mo.-Approximately . K Srand Jury on a charge of $450,OCO worlh of bonds, represent- , f ry ,™ < ? lltlm "!t by Municipal Ine the pntirr- nnUliinrtin. i™,in,i i 3mt ° e °°* lt: Henderson this morn- Flashed acicu the ocean in iccord tmie nnd' >rW, erf to Courier Neus the runartable NCA feme. '" ............ " ..... " radiouhoto brings you the tense bystanders and police struggle , . -- . svyr 1 "°s. *.«.ii..ui*vii, HIici uiu juuinmisu nourish en n revolver at King Edward VIII in -an afet|nssa S 3ination attempt. McMahon. feet braced Voinit' being pushed toward the curb bv his rniHia .iSt^no,, ii »,„ „„„,..,. ^_—....„ , :ftl. • .. cord tmie nnd >r, erf to Courier Neus the runarta e scl!ne W£ OI1 K ltul ' 0 " "I", 'war BucHngham Palace, to siiLdii^eorge Udrew McMahon, after the Journal ' pushed toward the curb by his c the passing roy Gobbler's Explanation of Bad Check Fails .to Satisfy Court Boh Hubbard;*slioc, cobbler, was bound over lo'-await, acticn of . , - , Ing the entire outstanding bonded! f," B - lll -=' Indebtedness of the Elk Chute was set at $500. . Hubbard is accused of forging drainage district, cancelled this]., .,,„.,,. ,„,. „ . ,, -- = --„ week following payment by the \ r °™ '°L",.?"?"" su "! . tl1 A ' h/™ivi «r .....°....ii._. .. .,__,.! °- Liltle. Testifying m his own behalf, Ilnbbard said he went riding with a customer who came to his shoe repair shop. that, they got lo drinking freely and lhat lie wrote cut and cashed a check board of supervisors of the district of $5,OCO, representing col- the lections from landowners in district. This check was mailed to th issued $500.000 worth of bonds. Tlie land lies in the extreme EOlillieast corner of Dimklin county and Ihe southwest comer of 1'emiscot counly. sion, signing wilh what his ncw- [ ly found friend said was his own name. He testified that his companion was too drunk to leave the car and sign his own name. Hubbard's "friend" was not In court this morning but Hubbard said that Ihe man lives west of Steele. Questioned about some four or five •• - - in London, us list flourished a 'fsseen In the . ccnlcr. Spectators, inlent on watching eye the scuffle in surprise. • .'.';• From Eggs ght to School LkPAlWb" Ark—Five days ago two youngster; attending the Frazier school,' five miles east of Lipjnfo,, spied two speckled eggs in a nest 'apparently forsaken by the mother bhd They •. brought the eggs and school and Ihelr ^-teacher Mks ! Sudye 'Neal'", identified them as belonging lo a cardinal. After careful sludy the nest and. eggs were placed in a book-case! Yesterday two . wee cardinal birds were hatched. The primary youngsters were all agog and fluttering around trying to care for the two little' birds. Tells Priest His Attack on Roosevelt Was "A Little Too Strong" NEW YORK, July 18 (UP)— , , ,, w .-, ,, llve °«ier bad i\CW York Cotton (cashed or turned Harry Brown Residence On Chickasawba" Av'e- nue -Heavily Damaged The Harry Brown residence lii Ihe 1700 West Chickasawba ave- mie block was practically gulled by fire ,this-afternoon. The house, the former -Harry Atkins home, was heavily dam-' aged and occupants were - unable to remove furniture and household goods so - swiftly did the blaze, believed' lo have started from an oil stove explosion or flare up, spread. city fire truck responded the alarm was Itirneil in a second was ordered out. Biil Kansas, Nebraska and I Missouri Continue 'to Bake aiici Swelter . j CHICAGO. July 18 (UP)-Cool- hifi inin mid breeds from norlh- , western' Cntuuln broke Hie heal wave today ill Wisconsin, solith- eitstorn . Minnesota, northeastern IOJVH n'nd .Illinois. :Only Hie plains stales of Kansas,' Nebraska and Missouri will inl, 1 * icllef over the week end Forecaster J. n. Lloyd of Hie c ''K'»kO.. weather bureau reported Llojtl said; 'It win be awfully hoi again in Ihc Dlalns states bill most of the dioulh belt .will have nl least {temporary relief." Llmd sntd he could see no rnhi hi sight for the plains stales within the next 3D hours. He predicted "II will be pretty wnnn In South Dakota but nol as hot us ill the states Immediately south." The heat wave break cnme hs Hie United Press counted more linn .1.312 dead 'and at least, ?GOO,000,000 damage to crops as a result of the prolonged drouth. Tyronza Girl Injured < in Automobile Upset • MEMPHIS, July 18. (UP)--Miss Sarah Emrich, 10. of Tyron/a". Ark., is reported resting well In Die Baptist hospital here wlierc she was brought last ni«hi after the Eiiirich cur turned over 1 aboul a mile Irani their home. A : blow- cuf was responsible for the accident, witnesses said. Miss Emricti received /a deep gash in her left knee. Misi Dor- ,a.lhy ... Judy, JKansas. j City. j r .'.Mp',: 'driver 'of lhe~-car, -wns'.iioV hiirt Miss. Dorothy Emiich. 24, .riding in the front seat, received Jmlnor cuts. The Einricli girls are dam»h(ers of J. A. Emrlch, Tyronza merchant. when and NEW YORK, July 18 (UP)— Cotton closed barely steady. open high low close Jul Oct Dec Jan Mar May 1313 1229 1223 1221 1221 1222 131G 1302 1233 1217 1229 1212 122S 1210 1224 1211 '1225 1212 1302 1217 1212 1210 1213 1212 11. Spots closed quiet at 1312, off Spot Average Is 1281 The average price of 7-8 inch middling cotton on the ten spot] markels loday was 12.81 wills a pound, according to Ihe Dlvthe- ville Board of Trade. persons. Hubbard .^aid they were given him for shoe repair work and that he endorsed torn, unaware of the forgeries or the fact that his customers had no bank accounts. In response to one question Hubbard said he estimated lhat'he had cashed 'about a thousand checks" for s'ranj- crs In his lifetime. Dave Richards was fined $10 on a charge of public drunkenness. Walter Webster has been fined 125 on a charge of public drunkenness bnt the fine was suspended during good behavior. Closing Stock Prices New Orleans Cotton\ NEW YORK, - juiy is (UP>(Trading lightened further on the NEW ORLEANS, July IB (UP) j slock exchange today but prices —A good deal of hedge selling! 1 " the main list registered gains .drove collon prices down 4 lo 14 tnn t ranged lo more • Ihan one point. Support for the rails nnd a subsantlal rally In the steels aided the list. Farm shares steadied afler yesterday's decline. Motors were firm. A. T. and T. 171 1-4 Anaconda Copper ... 38.1-4 Beth. Steel 53 1-2 CHiysler lie Cilies Service 13-4 Gen. Am. Tank 53 Gen. Electric 4G 1-2 Gen. Molors K 1-2 Int. Harvester 81 3-4 McKcsson-Robbins ... 8 Montgomery Ward .. 43 1-2 N. Y. Central 40 1-R Packard 10 7-8 Phillips Pet 45 7-8 Rrjdlo 11 3-4 Rev. Charles E. Coughlln for ising "language thai was a Ht- Ic too strong" in his attacks on President Roosevelt. Sailing on the Rex, the 70•ear-old bishop said lie did not „!, m.. u , 1(i mu not, ^xinnji llfirio VlLfLlC,, CilQ f 1VC >lan to make any report lo the Carutlicrsville service station op- vatfcan concerning Father Cough- erators were fined $75 to $150 in police court here Thursday for! in. He said:. points on the New Orleans ....... ket today. For n white' the offer- Ings were fairly well mostly by Ihe trade. absorbed, open high io w C i 05 c Jul 1309 1309 1300 1308b Oct 1228 1228 1212 1214 Dec 1222 1225 1210 1211 Jan 1218 1218 1208 1208 Mar 1217 1217 1208 1208 May 1220 1220 1208 1208 Spots closed quiet at 1279, off Chicago Wheat open high led close 1043-8 104 3-8 102 102 1-8 104 1-8 104 3-4 101 1-2 101 3-4 Chicago Corn open high led .-lose July 88 7-8 89 3-8 88 7-8 88 7-8 Sep. £5 7-S 86 1-2 85 1-8 85 7-8 St. L.-S. F. ... Simmons Beds Standard of N. Texas Co U. S. Smelling U. S. Steel ... Warner Bros. . 2 1-4 33 1-E 05 30 76 1-4 63 1-0 11 3-8 Socially Popular Auto ' Thief Wears Handcuffs James E. under, 17-ycnr-old Little Reck youth, who tetanic a popular member of the "just rut of high school" set on recent, visits • here, during which Vic drove ..._ .^ „„„ a handsome- new Oldsmoblle <.ar, when the fire, gaining rapid head- *' cnl tack to Lltlle "<"* 'ist way, threatened to spread lot " lgnl -.'" lllc custody of police of- homcs on either 'side of the blag- """'" ing slrucltire. "'...• This morning a stove explosion at the Piggly Wiggly store caused slight damage and required Ihe services of firemen lo halt It is used for heating hot water for .a source of trouble in the past. Fines Assessed Under Caruthersville Tax Law CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. —Five fleers^ The LiUlc Rock officers were laklng no chances on. Ihe handsome, well-mannered youth. Remembering a previous occasion when he escaped from a pnlrol car they handcuffed him in surh a manner that another escfl)>e would be difficult, if not Impossible. Young Butler, affable, and of the "clean cut" type so admired by many, admlltcd upon questioning here lhat Ihe auto in which he has had many good times with local girls fourth he and had boys, was tl'n stolen. Radios failure to city gasoline ,.., . ' *• v " w*y nty gasoline ia\. It is not true that I have dls- They were given unlil Seplcmber ciphned Falhcr Coughlln for re- to pay either their delinquent tax- marks about President Roosevelt es or the fines, at the Townsend convention. I Those fined were John Bay dirt tell him that I thought he Harry Green, o. M Kellcy Gor- used language lhat was a little don Kelley nnd "Pug' 1 Sawyer •oo strong or lhat he could have | The delinquencies range from :iecn a litlle more diplomatic." ' cnl " iro1 «'«'•»'-- ^- ;• Will Discuss Means of Buying Rights of Way Clifton H.' Scott, receiver, J. H Craln. commissioner, ami J w. Meyer, engineer, will icprcsonl Drainage District 17 at a meeting at West, Memphis Tuesday nt which representatives of levco and drainage dislricl.s in t!:e St. Francis basin will discuss means for acquiring rights of raiy for flood contror works authorized un- t-^r Ihc Overtoil act. The meeting is scheduled for 10 o'clock at the offices of the St. Francis levee board. and an assorlment of oilier articles also had been uiken, he confessed. Austria's 'Duce in Cheery Mood jfeveral months to more than a j year. Four" others paid up delinquent tax when brought before City Police Judge O. E. Hooker. The city levies one-fourth cent per gallon on all gasoline sold by service slatlons within the corp- orale limils. Record Enrollment at Deering School CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., July 18.—W. A.' Hudson, •superintendent of Deering schools, reports the enrollment for the present lerm, which began Monday, is the largest in the history of the school. There arc approximately 950 students, or about 125 more Ihan last tci-m, Hudson stated. Pour new teachers have been added, making n tola! of 22 tnstntclors, Second Hot Springs Wreck Victim Dies HOT SPRINGS, July 18 (UP>L. S. Peaslce, of Little Rock, fireman on the Rock Island freight train which was wrecked here Monday, died this morning of Injuries suffered in the crash. R. C. Crawford, engineer of Ihe train, was killed. Instantly In the wreck ,iin which two engines were lelescopcd and a number of freight cars derailed. Salesman Overcome By Heat Here This Morning W. C. Bronlc.. local c'oMiln> salesman, was overcome by heat this morning while standing on a slreet comer In the business section. . • Bronle Is said 16 have recovered afler receiving emergency treal- Jnunly salute, Ray smile, and nally uniform, in which he was photographed for the first lime, oil rcllcct Ihe pleasure of Chancellor Knit Schuschnigg-, shown above in Vienna, in his new role as Austria's popular dictator. No. 1 man since his ouster of l'i inco Ernst Slarticm- berg, Hcirivwehr head, Sclnt- schnigg is lo shape Austria's foreign policy and Ihe Ileim- vvchr's fulurc in conference with Italian leaders, Launches Million Dollar Drive to Coinbat Pension Insurrectionists • I'ljm-IC HAM,. Olerel.ind, July IB. (D10— The Rev, derald I,. 1C, Smllh, u .sweating spellbinder of simple v.'crds and homely stories, loday whipped Ihc second Townsend club national convention Into a fury of enthusiasm and KCII- ercslty which scnl scores of old, young and inlddle-ajed pension- seekers IHimclmi iloivn Ihc (•enler aisle, waving blllii of many ds- nomlnallons for of tin; cause. '..'''. ' "Here's a $50 bill," shouled all iinldenlincd delegate from llllnrls. H was tossed Inlo the pnt. Will .Seek Sl.OOO.Dtia The dclegalcs were vallyiivr ts dclend Dr. Townseftd and Ihclr Giganl/Htloii against liisiinectloii- isls, The money rolled In so fas' Ihnl iiullonal oiriccrs nmuu'ivrcd iirmedlnte starl of a imllon-widc ilrlve to raise a, national defenss 'fund of Jl.OOO.OOO for the Townsend plan, _ which seeks a $MO n month pension for all persons over (30 years of a i ;je frein proceeds of a two i»r cent las "on till transactions, ...".Flinging sweat from lib brow and smashing words Inlo tiic microphone like blasts from ' a . field gun. Smith,played the oiyan notes of a shouting crowd as though his fingers caressed and pan titled a keyboard controlling I h n I r tongues and thrpnts. "I am going to show that: Ihere Is somelhin'g solid behind youi enthusiasm," whooped the big Louisiana preapher. • . _^"The newspaper boys have been (eUing me, ..Ijilij. this ,crowd: If crazy—ihai*it'ch(!crcd"me the other day when J .blaslcd Presiden^ Rccscvelt and then U cheered Oq- mcr Smith when he defended him, Injunction Expected ' . "I am goiii3 lo show thcni. J am going to make an experiment 1 am going to ask you to show what is behind all this—the hunger of 100.000,000 'poor people; _\ am going lo ask you to go down in your jjockets and contrlbirlc tb the Townsend Injunction fund.": Roaring to the roof rose the chorus of assenl. Tlie Rev. Snillh was "co!led ing money to keep Ihu pension plan going while Its funds are tied up by Ihc Injuncllon which I.S: expected lo be granted shortly la Insurgents who have Iwlted Dr. Townsend and the Old Aye Revolving Pensions. . ' Marked Tree Woman Dies Of Tetanus Infection MEMPHIS, Jill. IB (UP)—Mrs. O. D. Morris, 59, of Marked Tree, Ark. died at Baptist hospital here at 1:10 lliis afternoon from tetanus Infection as the result of being slruck on her right hand with tlic edge of a posthole digger. She suffered Ihe injury three weeks ago while working in her garden. A boy, helping her lo dig holes, accidentally struck her hand as she allcnipled to scoop away some dirl, inflicting an oval shaped wound. Airs. Moiyis received - medical treatment Immediately hut tclanus set In n week laler and she was removed to the hospital here. She was given n blood transfusion yesterday as her fever rose to 107. 'Joan i of Arc' forl^pw iise i) d Oiister.-fof Uiifriendly CountyiChairman" '•'Approved, ,by Slate'Body Li'rnn'n'ocK, July IB. v up)-i- 1 he DiMwitiHc stale • commilleo Icday iWopltd a sUj'-complUw icEoluIioil wlilch approved- Ihe action cf the Polnsett iounly 1 Demo- "Jonn of Are" ol the Town- semi move-mom was Hie name (ilvcn 10-year-old i.ois Jonnne Johnson, above of San Dieuo. CaI,', who tool; an active nart in the ornaniznlion's convention in Cleveland. An eloquent speaker. Miss Johimn hns hceti nddressmj; I'ownscncl ({atlicriiiKs over the country in recent niontlis KILLED II i SI Tram Crashes Into Sedan in Michigan, Killing All Occupants DUNDEE, Midi., July 18 (UP) —Nine members of two Fnrrell, Pa. v( .families^ WjM'e kll|c(|.:tmluntly when the westj 1 -bound 'Ann. Arbor> rujhojid pii'sscngci 1 (rain No. 51 crashed liito ' their - Duick. sedan al. a grade crossing near here,today. • . The ilcnd, were Identified ns Harry Schuster, 45, his wife, Margaret. 45, Vina Schuster, 10, Anna Schuster, 12, Sandra Schuster, I 1 .',. Sam I'isana, 40, Mrs. Pi- snna, 35, Betty Pisiina, 0, and Mary PUuiui,.0. All were of Ri'v- rell, Pa. The accident occurred shortly after 8 a. in. when the Schusters nnd I'isanas were starling back to Pennsylvania after a visit with relatives at Dundee. -.• Although Ihc warning flashes were working at Ihe grade crossing on Highway M-50, Schusler became confused and drove onlo Ihe riglil of way. The train demolished Hie automobile and threw eight of its occupants into tin; .Raisin river, which is only about one fool deep nt lhat point. One body was found on the bank of the stream. Circuit Court Will Open Monday at Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., July 18.—The regular July term of circuit, court will open here Monday, July 20, wilh Judge James M. Reeves presiding. The first day will be given over lo hearing 25 parole cases and to sentencing defendants who decide to plead guilty. The criminal docket is unusually light this term, Ihcrc, being only L'Q cases listed, one of llieni a murder case, that of Walter Morgan. • Kills Wife, Infant Sons To Purge "Scarlet Sin" ERIE, Pa., July 18'(UP)—Samuel C. Weed, Ihe 40-year-old Sunday School sii|»rintenUenl, who haltered his wife and Iwo Infant sons to death loday, sought to purge the family of "a scarlet sin." he lold police. He said "I killed them because I had commuted a scarlet sin. I didn't want my family to gt> through life bearing the sllgma of lhat sin." - ciatlc committee In icmovjng T. c. Hilgnnco from the chairmanship ( , , JnniM I). Head, Tevorkana, chilli man of Hie slate commlUco, opposed the adoption of the ie- poit. He said llml the slale 01- hud no contiol over the actions of Ihc Polnselt county (ji on p The decision of ihc .sub-cf.umtt- lee. composed of four members and Chairman Head, was iciched 'ale Friday after a. four-hour Iteming durlns vihlcli evldetico was piescnlid by Brlgance, tne de- uoscd clialiman. ami A B Can- linjer, hK successor Victory for Lanrtcrs The icsoliillon adopted uiso ap- proicd Ihc selection of thitc men by Ihe counly commltlcc lo rep- icscnl the second clats c'tv of Lepanto. 'iho decision was a victory for Halve Landcri, political boss of Polnsetl county for 25 yean, aril n defeat for She-riff J. D DiiBml, foimei llei'tcnanl. of Landeis who .sought to challeiigi' the litters leadcishlp. Brigance, the r-usled chairman, uas a supporter ol au- l!ard, while Caplinger was Lantl- cis' choice for Hie place. liolh Landers and DuBard arc candidates for sheriff in the August II, primary and It is conceded I Imt his control of 11 e counly cotmnlUec, confirmed by today's decision of the stale committee, Ins! ics vtctoiy for Landeis \ Members of the sub-commitlce which heard evidence In the case, besides Chairman Head, weie Senator Charles I Evans, of Boonr'- vllle, A. F. Barhnin, of Csccol", Thcron Agee, of Vaii iHiircn; and J. H. Laokndoa, of Arkadclphla. Ousted List Mnnlli Brlgance was": elected chftirmart' of the counly committee in Sep- " Icmbcr, 1934. On June 1, l!)3Ii, the commltlcc met .and by a vote of nine lo eight removed Brig= " mice and elected Capliuger to succeed liini. By Ihe same vole, Ihe committee elected U. S. Hollimaii, F. M. White and Dan Porlis of Lepanto as- mcinbcrs of Ihe county com- initlcc lo represent three • wards'" set up in Hint town when i Is status was raised . from an Incor-- poralcd town to a, city of." the scconci class last February. Hugh Mills, a Landers adherent- and regularly elected cominlltee- man for Orecnwood lownship, In. which Lepanlo Is located, • present-?' ed both the motion to replace Brigance with Ciipllnjcr and to elect Ihe Ihree new members at , the June meeting. • H was brought out at the hearing yesterday thai the, three new committee members did not par- licipale in Ihe voting, Uiat changed Ihe chairmanship of the coun- ly committee and that the- new members were elected after lhat aclion wn.f laken. . Prooer Fire Procedure Brings Official Quarrel PLATTSnUno, Mo. (UP)—rIre Chief George Young was charged with assault after an altercation with city Marshal C. Allnlil Miat followed an argument about iiow a grass fire should be put out. Yovng said Allnut hit him on Ihe head twice wilh his nightstick, and Allnut charged he was struck on Ihe head with a hoss wrench by the fire chief. Volunteers extinguished the I grass fire. Harry Lewis Spencer Is Dead at Greenville Harry Lewis Spencer, 55, who formerly lived • here, died recently at Greenville, Miss. He had been In 111 heallh •• 'for about three niontlis. ' Mr. Spencer was the Blylhevllle : plant 'of Ihc Chicago Mill and Lumber company Shoe Factory Workers • Organize Association CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo—At a meeting of several employes of i for°"about 201 years' He hacTbe'en the Brown shoe .factors', the Car- connccled with the Greenville nthersvillc Shoe Workers Asso- plant of the same company for several weeks preceding his death. He is survived by lib widow, Mrs. Ethel Crockell Spencer, three sons, Alva of St. Louis and Rilcy nnd A.' C. of Greenville, and two daughters, Imogenc and Jewel, of Greenville and one sister, Mrs. Dora Ann Byrd of Jonesboroi elation was organized. Officers are: C. G. Rucss, president; Glen Tinsley, vice-president; Mrs. L. Zarecor, fecrclary-lreasurer. The purpose of Ihe organization is lo further relations be- Iwccn employes and employer, nnd also for pleasure and benefit of employes In their social rclatlon- Youths Are Acquitted of Negro's Murder CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—Virgil Prater and Carl Briggancc, Ingram Ridge youths charged with Ihe slaying of Tom Pettv, negro, who was found dead ncTJr Ihe railroad crossing at Terry Switch on Juno 0, were acquilted at their preliminary hearing before Justice D. A. Hedge at Haytl, .," WEATHER Arkansas — Generally fair, continued warm tonight and Sunday. Memphis and vicinity—Fair and wanner tonight. Sunday cloudy, possibly followed by thundershowers, coble r. According to the official .weather observer, Samuel P. Norr<s,-yie maxiniuin. temperature : hero •>'yes-, lerday was 6G degrees ah tl iihe minimum, 70 degccs. ' ^ •

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