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Served by^the United Press BLYTHEMLLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OK NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HONEEDmON VOL. XXVII—NO. 188 Blythevllle Courier, B'orthevllle Daily News, BlythevlDe Herald, Mississippi Valley Under. AHKANSAS. THURSDAY,'OCT01WK 2:1, I!):!0 •: SINGLE (COPIES FIVE CEKTB -.*j ALBERT GRIFFEN ACQUITTED OF MURDER -Mother Admits Murder of Child Wife of Denver Detective Breaks Down Under Questioning Today. DENVER. COLO., Oct. 23 (UP> — Mrs. Pparl O'Louelilin. attractive auburn-haired wife cf City Detective Leo O'lAUghlln. has made a confession in the killing of I.eona O'Loughlin. her 10-year-old step- dauyhter. it was annour.ced eaily I his afternoon by District Alter-i iu-y Eiirl WuUeugel. I Mr. \V.?tieii6el said that - after j ncarlv seven hours of questioning by Captain of Detectives A. T. Clark. Mis. O'Loughlin admitted the crime and then collapsed and was carried screaming to her cell.) The little girl, whose body was j recovered from n pond here a week ago. hnd been brutally beaten and it -.V3J. at first believed thai she had been the victim of a pervert. Suspicion later was directed toward MJ-S. O'Loughlin and investigators have been trying for several days to obtain from her an admission of the crime. Dies at 150, Leaving Four Children Over 100 BUENOS,AIRES, Oct. 23 tUP) —Tie deatli of Donna Rosa Marianna da Cos'.a at the re- poitcd age of 150 years was related last night in a dispatch from the Nova Iguazu correspondent of the newspaper Van- cuindiu. Thi! correspondent .said the a^ccl woman was survived by lour children, all more than 100 years ol age, and by htm. dio'ii of grandclilldien, grcai- griiiirU-nlldren. mid (jieat-Bre giiindchildr&ii. SHERIFF HI] A Cardinal Takes A Mate I Missouri Authorities Final! ly Surrender Negro Who i Slugged Local Officer. i A r.ers-isteiU effort by Sheriff W. i W. Shaver to have Charles \Vliit- ; more, negro, returned here from i St lonis to answer a charge of I assaulting Constable Elberi Tavlor ! i-nded in triumph yesterday when the negro's counsel was finally j foi"-/u to turn the negro over to Mississippi county deputies after an iippca! to the Missouri supreme court and later to Governor Caul. P-.:d to prevent the negro's-extra- ! tUllon failed. j High' Court Refuses Writ I Stanley Hancock, deputy sheriff, I ami iiaytnorjd Bomar, city'police- I man. 'returned from St. 1-ouls late j yesterday with the negro. It was^ In a letter to Sheriff w. W. ! Hancock's third trip to St. I.ouisi Attoruey General Rules Counties Must- Surrender Road Penalties. Shaver, Hal W. Norwood, state attorney general through an assistant attorney, gives an opinion on f ol - (i, e nc8 ro and the fourth attempt to have him returned here. Twice iiL'forc Hancock was thwarted Seciion 71 of Act. 5"of" the i b - v Whilcmore's counsel bitt ' """" ' ' ...... ' Seize $100,000 Worth of'Imported Liquors i Acts of 1929 stating that it is prop- | "' dC0t i,^r fines, assessed and col- traffic laws .the negro from i his attorneys yesterday when the cu'iri uii-ui to issue a writ of haijta!; corpus. Whitmore's i*~ 'A »v. I v -"i J* i.Mijta:: LUI^J.I^. vvimiuuLc £> t^t'"*,,'". ^ [ EforneYs made o last minute ef- ofilcers shall retain their fees for their services. MARBLEHEAD, Mass., Oct. 23,1 T i lc opinion illPi -Some 400 cases and kegs ol | request of the state Scotch, rye. and brandy, said to hiivo a retail-value of S100.000. wero confiscated, and 17 alleged nun mnners captured by police of Mar- blehend, Salem and Lynn today. A general alarm which preceed- plea (o the Missouri governor. Governor Caulfield had already was given at the signed extradition papers in the [Magnus Ott Gelbeit. better known as Charley Oelbert, ov.e of the y lit- qucstii fine: ing out of travel on the state high ways. but on a liquor charge was attempted J championship-losing Cards as he-left- u church at Valley Forge, Pa.. ed the seizure and arrests was D. II. Blackwood, chairman of spnndcd_after patrolman George B. | lne sta te liighwny commission, in ..^ leti ^ (o s|leri j f S |, aver dpsjg. nates the following as the major violations under the traffic code- hlehead side of the Salem harbor, improper license, improper lights, Kelley, 45. ot this town, had been blindod by spray from a tear gas pi'.tol while patroling on the Mar- the suspected scene of Illegal rnm operations. Baby Boy Is Victim of Diphtheria Attack Winfred Cook, two-year-old son reckless driving, illegal" parking'. driving while intoxicated, failure to i stop after accident, and reckless' driving. Fines intended to te de- of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Cook, who si.-ccutnbod at. the family home in the Ekron community at 2:30 p. m. yseterday. Death resulted from an attack of diphtheria. Funeral services will be he at Whilmore's home in the sum-' mer cf 1929. He is .said to have' struck Taylor several times in the face and threatened the officer; with his ov.n gun until the negro eScapfd. A posse failed to Audi him and he was picked up a year later by St. Louis police. Claimed Mob Danger Interest in Ihe case was around j li're when counsel for Whilmore: with liis bride, the former Miss Mabel Hafer. of Chambcrsburg. posited'to the state highway fund I alleged that if the negro was re-j arise out of the highway traffic j tuined here his life would be in if gar Stl'i cede and are not to be confused Danger of mob violence. After be.; with l-hc criminal code. Blackwood' !r ? '-"iired by Sheriff Shaver that; sent.?* I be would proiect the nearo. the- Although the opinion of the .«- \ ^°^'T^'l^^^Uk I " torney general's office indicates j "h^Whit-no* '^immUy'C. 1 Al that no effort will be mada by the - c[ ar t e d | (UP rong, However, Entombed .Men Will Swell German Death List. ALSDORF, Germany. Oct. 23 i (UP) — The apparently hopeless highway department to collect all; The negro is heid in jail heruitask of rescuing some thirty min- ifees and costs it is still apparent j ov-aiting the. action of the grandlers entombed by an explosion in (Hv it nnlpwiiir. Ark- ^,,,o r °"i 'J) 111 thc slate dcparlmcnt wili ask ! Ji'O' which meets next week. , the Wilhelm pit of the Anna mines caj at Batesvillc. Ark. Funeral that all fines be turned over to it _^ .' ' ].,„, curried on todav pans art ui charge of the Cobb by tne 6lale . wh( > ther , nc state &. ! Worker'l.ad brought 2250 bodies Undertaking company. pnrtmfnl wll !lold tne caunty „. pj rf g f y "°£™ ""f^^ming isponslble for nnes collected by ... j \ . ' , through the debris of the wrecked j special traffic officers out of the i ....Attendance at Luncheon ! shaft one group ot men, the j sheriff's office whicli^ go to uie _ i number still nit exactly determin- School Plan Delegates Will Visit Hot Springs HOT SPRINGS. Oct. 23. (UP)— he "ational School Planning as- officer's credit or will only seek For the second time this month led. remains locked in the deepest such fines as held by the county the Rorarlans had 100 per cent at- '• levels of the mine. Little hope, is not known but in cither case it [tendance at the luncheon meetin° j however was felt that they would will probably main the end of the. today at the Ho:el Noble. ! h e found 'alive 1 for tte difficulties h ! B hw ; a >'P?. lrolffs P ?clal of fleers from ; "' e She " " o ftl « »s. fines m t,he 34 members near(j I h( . rescue worlcers lncrease d as . into ^^•Tn^trtte^-s^™' lhe S " eri f S 0" 1 "* «-«"« in <!«'*: w: Riv^Tof 'S ra" Tex I \ tot "burrowed stal down int. m ™raUr CtiSI>m V ?"""*'' £„':?.? 1 ?J"& de >*° ..* "".ducting an evangelistic the' mine and encountered tebrt OQO grade school. The visiting delegation will be composed of one person from each state and the District of Columbia. slierlff that in his oplnian the en- j singer, W. Hlnes A l^ W^H H .°i,H .n • , tife secllc)n under whlch lhc hlElv I BUlff ' sar 'S and wnislled • Rook Wednesday and will inspect way depaltment wil Bttempt to co i_ Sections. John B. Lane. ' thc schools of that city today. |Kl flncs (s mftrt( , TOld b> . n , atcr : at direc torof this emigre: FLASHES ALCOHOLISM -DEATHS TIP NEW YORK, Ocl. 23. (DPI — Deaths from alcoholism have risen 300 per cent since 1020. according fo figures published to- d*y by nr. Frederick L. Hoffman, statistician of the Prudfiithl Life Iniur.in« company. statute i alwj a guest. As the highway department has' not yet nsk for payment of flnss I _. ., - _ . collected what course win be foi-|rire Causes randemonium i lowed by MU&sippi county as to | i handing over the flncs has not yet'. - been made) known. j State Central Committee Will Meet at Little Rock Monday to Pick' Nominee LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 22 (OP)— this congregation. \vas j corridors, and piles of timbers and The Democratic state central com- parement instead of the officers. jmeeting at the First Baptist church, that apeared ai least temporarily Judge V. G. Holland, attorney: and the Rev. Alfred S. Harwell.'! impassable. /- • ' for Sheriff Shaver, has advised the i pastor, made short talks, and the • Rescuers were forced to halt •ced to Sims, of Pine j thsir work at times due to the dif- several s?- j ficulties m. their path. Huge mass- education- ! cs of rock, landslide.', in the mine "Please Shoot Me," Is Jobless Man's Plea NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 23. (UP —John Houslhi, 24, was tired of being out. of work and being kidded about it. He walked up to a. policeman here today. • ; "Please shoot me, r offlcer." Ho;islin askcii. ' ' "I have been out of work a long time and am tired of being kidded about it. Go ahead and shoot me, I am tired of living," . The policeman took him to Jail for a sanity hearing. w _ _. I supports'wrecked by the explosion, mittee will meet next Monday in ' lay beiwe>3n them and their en- '-"'I - nock to select a nominee or tombed comrades. nominees for the unexplred term . . Ninety-six men were accounted i and for the two year term for ; «• i • „„ C t .^ D -.-_ : for In hospitals. Crowds ;.tlll stood .which Congressman Otis T. Wingo. ln iniCmgan iJiaie rriSOH at ihe m i lic entrance seeking K.;»S who died In Baltimore Tuesday, JACKSON, Mich.. Oct. 23. (UP) of missing relatives. Officials made | was nominated al the August pri ' every effort to obtain a complete ; —A near panic prevailed for a half; check on tl-a number of missing .hour In the Michigan stale prison. | DUt continued to encounter dlffi- ... n , "" Ihere early loday when fire caused -Unities Officials denied reports Mary Helen DUrkett by a short circuit broke out in the |1)at a rcscl]! . party of 21 ' mm h ad • basement of the south wing of the 11™,, pntnmbwi bv tl>a colbose of Last Rites Today for ; a roof in the mine. TIGERS BEAT GAMECOCKS COUIMBIA. S. C.. Oct. 23. 'Ul*)—Thc prc-gamc favorites, the Tigers of Princeton, came from behind hfrc today to defeat the South Carolina Gamecocks, «A I m. fine pass al- | Funeral sendees were held this • old Prison. : morning at Sawyers cemetery for! Although the inmates were ai no j JMary Helen Burkett, nine-months- itime In danger the clouds of smoke TT i _. «TL 'old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Os- I which swirled up through the ceil- i UnnUn TTnetl 'car Burkett, who dide at the fam- ling'tiers frightened them and sev- ! f home In the Clear Lake com- i eral thousand screamed for help i ! and beat on their cell bars. ; , r : The convict fire brigade got the ] mary by the fourth Arkansas congressional district. The meeting Monday was called following a conference of state Democratic leaders here yesterday afternoon nt which it was dlsclos- Officers Seek Perpetrators of Brutal Murder in Harahan "Jungle." MEMPHIS, Oct. 23. (UP)—The Iwatiug of two .high .sclKwl boys who after beiiuj; balterc'l to uncon- scloiisness were Ihrow'.i uito a camp fire and left for dead, the Iliird of n wiles of unexplained .murders here wllliln the past ninety days, was the incentive for a widespread man hunt idoay. , : Officers sought the automobile the two boys were supjiosed in have been riding in as a clue to their killers. The youths, IdentiHcd as Burton Ilensley and Woodro*- S. Wllsun, of Bald Creek, K. C., near Ashevllle, died on operating lubles In a local hospital Lite yesterday. Death came before cither was able lo speak and officers were forced to reconstruct the crime from evidence left al the camp site. Near Hobo Ktndeivoux The camping ground, located across the Mississippi river from here In Arkansas, was In .a secluded and thickly wooded swamp, on ; ly a few feel from the old.woodin Harahan viaduct. Near 11 hoboes and bums iiave "jimgle" camps, officers said, and It was thought Iht two boys had been attacked by some camp followers who probabl; took them by Burprisc, clubbed U:em, and threw their bodies into tile cumpfire. Aufdmotolle tracks near the sceti led officers to believe the murderer made their getaway In a car h which the boys came to the 'spot. Two woodcutters, Joe Phillips, of 1126 Ryder street and Richard Porter, negro, of 16G West Virginia avenue, found them. Both men fled In horror after one look at the beaten and burned bodies. The men found Press Smith, chief special agent for the Missouri Pacific railroad, near Ihe -Memphis end of the Hara-han viaduct and directed him to the scene. Sijns of Slnifilc When Mr. Smith arrived ai the murder scene he found Hensley lying with his head in the c.impfirc ami Wilson stretched over a log. Ground In the small clearing showed signs of a struggle, and blood was .spattered over logs and grass. | Both boys were unconscious. Wilson's shoes and part of his trousers had been burned off. while Henslcy's head, face and body were burned. They had been struck across the right side of their heads. Were Carolina Boys ASHEVILLE, N. C., Oct. 23. IUP> —Wood.row S. Wilson and Burton Hensley. two Bald Creek, N. C.. high school youths who were beaten to death yesterday nenr Memphis, left Ashevllle October 18. Relalives said they had neither seen nor Oieard of them since that time and believed they had hitchhiked into Tennessee. The boys were first cousins. Burton Hensley was the son of Williard Henslpy, Yancy counts. farmer, and Wilson was the son of W. M. Wilson, Greenville, S. C mill worker. Wilson's father at orecnvllle said his son left there October 13 for BumsvUle, N. C., afler a visit with him, and probably joined Hcnsle> In Burnsvllle. The elder Wilson was notified today by Memphis author itles of his son's deatli. $75,000 Is Gone; Hold Bank Head JACKSON, Miss., Oct. 23. (UP) — J. S. Love, slate bank superintendent, announced an alleged siiorl- age .of $15.000 or more hns been discovered !n the- accounts of John Smaliwood, president of Hie closed Guaranty Bank mid Trust company of'Oxford. Th bank president, I-ove .said, was out on bor.u; following Ills arres'. or an aftldavlt charging embezzlement of the bank's funds, made the affidavit. after nn investigation of (he tion. financial Institu- Jnemployecl Relief Direct or Discusses Problems a White House. Self Defense Plea of Little River Farmer Who Killed. Dorsey Johnson Wins. OSCEOLA, ARK.-Alber't Griffin. 35, Little River farmer, was acquitted of a charge of murder-! Inj Dorsey Johnson by a jury In criminal court here about 3 o'clock lliis afternoon, •- : OSCEOLA, Ark., Oct. 23.— Circuit. Court convened here this morning, resumiiiK testimony In the cose of Albert (Slim) ". Qrlffen, white farmer living V 15 miles west of Osccola. who Is alleged to havei shot and fatally wounded Dorsey. Johnson, another fanner.' toljcwlng neighborhood danCe on Llttlo ' River on t!» 30. 'ot September, ' WASHINGTON, Ocl. 23. (UP) — Plans for organization of federal naclilncry lo handle the problem ot 3.600.000 or more Jobless men and women were discussed today by President Hoover and Col. Arthur Woods, director of federal relief, and others placed in charge of the work, It was decided at. the White House conference- attended by Woods. Chairman Lamont of lhc cabinet unemployment council. Secretary of War Hurley, and Under Secretary of Treasury Ogden MllU, to begin Immediately with orgaiil- zalion of federal activity. . , Woods' task U .to.make.Jobs and provide relief by coordinating al' local, state,;VXt federal efforts.UiU winter lo'shHd : the. workless-fron hunger and cold. Woods 'nccepltd by wire Tuesday, wound up his business yesterday, and arrived here from New York last evening. He was Installed In offices in the commerce department today. The entire day yfe'sterdoy : waa consumed In the taking of defense testimony after the.'state rested Its case late Monday afternoor^.' Tho Tense rested iilth the oCJourn- ent of court yesterday ^tnd tho ate was offering testlmrtoy lu rt- itlal this morning. T^us case, hlch b the only mur/ler, Indlct- cnt involving w hi t.c -persons , on * crunlnal docket t*is term; Is trading larg.; crosjrjs from the • Itlle River section/of the county here the two mett lived. The state contends, .and Intro- uc«d evidence to prove, that Grlf • en shot Johnson In cold blood, ly- ng in wait for him in- the road ulslde Mitchell Smith's house, 'here they were both .attending A »nce. Johnson woundid. In tho < eft side, died the rioltt day -in a Blytheyllle hdeplUl.-'The defend-.'/ ,ni Is pleadlii-felt 'defensa.-Ho : s represented'Sj Bruce Ivy, Oice- ilH Attorney;- ii|(l tl.'Jf, .T&ylOTi4t, Attornej? S. .L. Glsdlsh'in prosecu- . Ion of th^ case. n VBr H lrn . in WCIIUIII5 1 munlty yesterday. The deceased Is survived Mr- and Mr*. W. W. Pepper of mi me victory. scored thp Gamecocks' only score on a 64 yard run. PK\\ NEW FREEMAN-THOMPSON BOUT CHICAGO, Ocl. 23. (UP)-The I Chicago slAdium officials an- ! nounccd lojay ptaas are beinj [ made for a welterweight cham- nnd two brothers. _ . are ui charge of the Ccbb ; slight. ' ng company. i imdc-r central. Damage was j Huffman escaped .. . . , I night from a highway accident trut j might easily have had serious ccn- | sequences for both of them. I ed the state central committee had , authority to. select nominees. I Mty. Gen.-Jtai L' Norwood prevl- Rnad Ditfh'° l!!ly had rulM ' that ll wn ' <; • lo ° rvuau uiu-ii talc for _ thc commitlee , 0 sc i ec t a nominee to fill the vacancy and it would be necessary to hold a spe cial election. altered his BELIEVED SUKIIEJflCTIM -"hiladelphia Business Man Found Near Home, Bui let Through Head: PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. 23 UP)—George K. Rellly, 54, senio member of the investment broker age firm of Reilly, Brock and com pany, was-found shot to death nea ils home a I Conshocken here to day. There was a bullet wound tlir his head. Beside him lay n .32 cal bre revolver and a shot gun. Reilly was found by a membe of his family-who heard a shot few minutes after the broker le home carrying the shot gun. Police expressed the belief it w; a case of suicide. Members of In amlly said he was in the best Fear Three Killed in -Rail Tunnel Collaps Jndbergh Flying New Air Passenger Route NEWARK, N. J., Oct. 23. (UP) — Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, en route >n a final Inspection tour pi tho new passenger mail line ol ,;he Transcontinental Western Air Express, Inc., over the Alteghenies, eft here at 8:40 a. m. today. Before the take-off Lindbergh had flown over the airport In another plane In a fog which delayed his landing to Join the Inspection )lane. Today's trip takes Lindbergh to Columbus over the dangerous AUe- ghenles stfotch which hitherto has jeer) utilized only for mall service, Daylight Bandits Seize $125,000 Worth of Jewell NEW YORK, Oct. 23 (UP)— A holdup as thousands of wortsra thronged the" streets netted ban- d!t; W25.SCO lii diamonds and plat- tnutri' from the store of Segman. and Abram. manufacturing Jewelers. 102 x Pulton street, today. William Ssgman steped out of the crowd to open the front door .^...^j „.» .... -..., ...... - — - when lie tell pressure on his back Health and spirits and they knew land a volnce saiflL"Qo ahead, dont no motive for such an act. CADIZ, O., Oct. 23. (UPi-Thice men were believed to imo bee killed in the collapse of n tunne n««r-Harrlsvme on a branch lln= ot the Wheeling and Lake trie rtUroed today. The men were believed puiloned In the caboow under tons of dirt and stone that collapsed when sev- Negro Boys tell Story ' of Kidnaping, Beating PINE BLUFF, Oct. 23. (UP1- Cliarglng they were kidnaped and beaten by fou/ negroes, two negro youths, Buddie and Chester Hlgh- shaw, told police today a story o' having been forced Into an automobile and mistreated In an effort to make them tell where a cache of liquor was concealed. Acting upon the information furnished by the youths officers have j turn around or weTLklll you," Ha was bound and gaggM.- The rob- escaped before ottiw member! of the firm arrived. arrested J. L. McBurneU. G. A. Osceolan is Lake Street \ Minister for Tonight The Rev. J. T. Wilcoxjon, pastor of the First Methodist church at Osceoli, will conduct services at the Lake Street Methodist church tonight In A series of special sermons this week. Despite the Inc'.wnent weather the Rev. and Mrs. Warren John- up : | Lambert Infant Dies At Family Home Here i NEW ORLEANS (UP)—Here's a ; Driving home from Memphis Mr. | '.chance for some enterprising per-]p e pper lost control of his machine., U.lj C-_ • „. r nr a bl« Jordan touring car, a 3Mrtl llola Services lOr I crews were dispatched from ster to effect their release. fum°r i which would let the nose kmw.the top vras completely demolished! Furmanlnfant Today dangerous and odorless na- both occupant, were able to cml | Tommy Freeman of Hot Springs, Ark., and Young Jack Thnmpson, California negro. Freeman won the title from Thompson In Cleveland several months ago and il was" ftpbrted promoters of that rlt^Mtsii were iiiddlr* fnr the hr>ui, t'"' 11 • , hli pionshlp bout between Champion daughter of Mr and Mrs Dorsey ln.ral gas Is escaping into New Or- from the wreckage without so much I , ora ,£" '° ' hc Lambert, died _ at the family home ; !cans j, ou ses. I as a bad bruise. John Furnian, ' ' , and Mrs. succumbed at on North Fifth street at 4 o'clock I Earhm Va'ys he has written to : The accident occurred when Mr ' ,7'farnT horn" m ^ ^Eta y<*Mtey- i sonw of the larger cities t o learn Pepper attempted to took at hi., st reetla 4 o'dw - te moniln» Funeral serrices were held Oilsiwhst they have done about the watch. He look his' eyes from t'.ie «•.!*.... morning nt the North Sawba ceme- imenace. Hhe advocates introducing roftd momentarily and apparently ' The. deceased Is survived by his lery,. The Cobb Underlakmn com- an odor Into Ihe gas supply, but'twisted the wheel .slightly nt ihe parents. The Cobb Undertaking pany was hi charge of funeral nr- ranstemenls, an odor Into Ihe gas supply, but'twisted the wheel .slightly nt ihe has not decided just what odor Is time time, sending the car off the .company b ul charge, of fiin'eral suitftb'.e road. j arrangements. Mary Pickford's Golf Course Holdup Victim HOLLYWOOD, Cal., Dot 53. (UP) —Mary Pickford's minis lure golf course was poorer by SIS to-lay 1? a result of a "professional" visit P»W by two well dreiMd young men cJurj'lng guns . The'bandits let the manner see the guns, took Ihe money a IK! escaped fh an automobile anlch a confederate had kept wiiitln?. two sons, U. L. and A. M. Thomas. | ^on pastor preached a jtercetm sermon to^a gcJly number. LONDON, (UP)-Creators of accessories for women, realizing they are creating for people who lead busy lives, are replacing the or- i CARDWELL. Mo.—Edward Sims, Edward Sims, 50, Dies After Paralytic Stroke aged «bout 50, died fit his home southwest of Cardwell Monday night. Death was the result of a paralytic stroke. Mr. Sims Is survived by hlj *ld- ed out In gold or silver and ow, three daughters, one of whom -precious gems and fastened i Is Mrs. Hershel Bsrnett, two brot.h- * «*.t...t. -i M-.. i. IL_. .* . ft*-* a\iA rtnA cictAT- "PiiTiprfll scrv* dinary steel key-ring with a fashionable and serviceable substitute, Tte new ring is both attractive and useful. The modern key-ring is usually carried semi with a catcvh, tlmllir to that ol a handbag set with stones to match. Differently colored gems are used so that a key-ring may be purchased to match clothing or shsde of hnlr. Keys, Instead of being inserted between.split rings, »re slipped on ___ . to the golden circlet and the c!asp night; Friday fsir, colder Insouth- I Is closed. j out portion. crs and one sister. Funeral Ices were held Thursday with burial near Paragould. WEATHER ARKANSAS —, -'berierally fair, colder, frost tri north portion to-

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