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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS HIE DOMINANT NEWSi'AlMvH Ol-' NORTHKABT APKANQAU .AMI-. ™ F<~r VOMJMB XXXVI—NO. 56. lil.vlhcvllle Courier Hlythcville Herald Electrician Hero Of Naval Disaster; Submarine Still Down PORTSMOUTH, N. H. (UP)—May 25 (UP)—A crin story of death and struggle for life at the bottom of the Atlantic ocean came today from the survivors of the Stma- IHS, the navy's $'1-1,000,000 BUjier submarine. Mississippi Valley Leader BJylhevlllo Dally New.i OI^NOimiBsSBT ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI BLYTHKVJL1.K, ARKANSAS, TIIUUSDAY, MAY * As they told tlieir stories In the Portsmouth navy yard hospital, divers, 15 miles out in Die Atlantic, went down 41) fathoms to where the Squalus lay deep in mud will faint hope In their hearts of finding '26 other trapped men alive it was virtually certain they were dead but the navy would not give up hope until (lie last. The most graphic slory of the underseas drama came from Elee- triclan's Mate Lloyd B. Maness who swung shut a bulkhead door in the forward purl of the submarine in time to cut oft inrush- ing (vatcr and spare the lives of himself and 32 shipmates but sealing the (loom of 2S others. • Maness, trained In the- rigid qualifications ot the navy, closed tiie door because it was his duty. In doing so he sealed the fate of his best friend, whose best man he was scheduled to be at a.wed- ding this week. "I gave no consideration to the fate of my shipmates any more than I would have expected similar consideration had I been in tlieir place," Maness said simply. Lieutenant Oliver p. Naquln commander of the Squalus, and the last man to leave her, said lie believed the 26 men trapped in the after compartments were kllleci bj a wall of water which rushed into II5JIOBP Is Elected First President Of New Civic Club Here the submarine when down to the bottom. she divet: "Lloyd B. Maness Is the man to whom I owe my life and so also do all of tiie other men -who were with me," Lieutenant tJaquin said Five Barely Escaped PORTSMOUTH, N. H., May 25. (UP)—Five men escaped from the flooded after battery room of the sunken submarine Squalus before Electrician's Mate Loyd Maness swung shut the bulkhead door, it was disclosed today. In an approved interview Maness said the water was rising rapidly in the submarine and he realized .time..was short if he were to close ' lhe~' bulkliiad door.. ... i ',•• . ;i iJWAnB5sj i said' enlisted men -Ray mond p. O'Hara,' Roland BlancTiard, William Isaacs, William D. Boltoi and Robert L. Washbnrn passed through the door front dealh. New York Cotton NEW YORK, May 25. (UP)Cotton closed irregular. open high low close July 890 897 889 800 Oct 804 817 808 810 Dec 789 795 788 190 Jan 783 789 183 18-ln Mar 780 780 • 719 732 May 779 784 178 180 Spots nominal at 983, off 2. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, May 25. (UP) —Cotton futures closed steady lo- day, up 15 to Me a bale. open 819 793 July Oct Dec Jan Mar 700 May 788 Spois closed changed. 898 828 low close 888 897 700 193 dull at 819 790 790 188 952, 824-5 802 795-7 795-7 793 un- 0. M. Duck was elected president of the Blythevllle Kiwanis Club at the permanent' organization meeting of the club last night and wns inducted into office. George D. Pollock Jr. was elected vice president and L. S. Benisli was named secretary-treasurer. A seven-man board of directors ivns named, composed of J. W. Meyer, Louis Applebaum, J. Graham Sudbury, the Rev. Matthew Curry, Jessee SHU, A. P. Dietrich and J. P. Terrell, the latter of Armorel. Monday night, June 12, was designated as Charter Night for the club when between 200 and 250 persons, including Kikanians from St. Louis, Sikeston, Bloonificld, De.vler and Poplar Bluff, Mo., Jonesboro, Paragoiild, Little Rock and Pine Bluff, Ark. and Memphis, Tenn. and officials of other local civic clubs will attend a banquet at Ihc Hotel Noble. It will also be Ladies Night. Tlie new club will depart from llic custom established by other men's civic clubs here by holding Us weekly meeting in the evening instead of at the noon-hour. It will meet Wednesdays at 6:15 P. M. George Olsen, representative of the Kiwanis International cilice at Chicago, who has been assisting in the organization of the club, will remain here for several days to Instruct, club officers in their duties 5t. Stephen's Episcopal Church School Is Sanctioned Stock Prices NEW YORK, May 25 (UP)— Profit taking halted extension of the current upward movement in stocks today after a:i early buying wave had lifted the list to further new highs since March 30 in heavy trading. AT&T 163 1-2 Anaconda Copper 24 5-8 Associated D G 8 Belfv Slcel ffi 7-8 Boeing Air 23 1-4 Chrysler '.'.'.'.'.'. 09 3-8 Coca Cola 1251-2 General Electric 35 5-8 General Motors 443-4 Int Harvester 593-4 Montgomery Ward 50 1-8 N Y Central : 15 l-g Packard 31-2 Phillips Petro 37 1-8 Radio 61-2 Schenley 13 3-4 Simmons Bed 23 1-2 Socony Vacuum 12 Standard Oil N J 433-4 Texas Corp 40 U S Smelt 51 U S Steel 47 7-8 Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. May 25 (UP)-Hogs 8000. Top 6.80 170-230 Ibs., B.G5-G.75 140-160 Ibs., 6.00-6.15 Bulk sows 5.15-5.90 Cattle 2509 Steers 8.70-10.40 Slaughter steers 7.50-12.25 Mixed yearlings, heifers 8.25-9.S5 Slaughter heifers 1.25-10.00 Beef cows 5.75-7.00 Cutters and low putters 4.25-5.50 Tlie program of tiie Church school f St. Stephen's Episcopal church organized on May 14 was approved at a teachers' meeling held at the home of Mrs. E. A. Stacy, Tuesday night, the Rev. M. A. Curry, prlest- in-charge, announced today. John McDowell was named general superintendent of the school which was organized with a. two- told purpose: to supply religious education li •children in the Episcopal church and lo reach those who arc not affiliated with any other church' sell col. Mrs. R. L. Slockett, Mrs. E. A. Stacy and the Rev. Mr. Curry were named to the board of advisors ami Miss Betty McMullin was clioseif to act' as secretary-treasurer. Departments of the school and their leaders will be: nursery department, Mrs. Stcckelt and Miss Churchill Buck; primary, Miss Jean Stacy; junior, Rene George (Mr. McDowell in charge of confirmation group); intermediate, Miss Rose Stacy; senior, Richard Becker. The aims of this church school as announced by the board members will be: to rehabilitate those who arc not affiiated with other church schools; to promote tiie interests ot St. Stephen's Episcopal Church through intelligent presen- taticn of its religious heritage; to spiritualize children, through education, so that they arc brought clcser to God; through these cbtl- -. dren to reach their parents toi awaken interest so that they may come into the family of fellowship and worship. Negro's Trial Lasts Less Than Three Hours; Guardsmen Keep Guard PINE .BLUFF. Ark., May 25 (UP) —Sylvester Williams, 25-ycar-oh confessed assault slayer of Irene. Taylor, 19-year-old farm girl, win sentenced today to die |,i the electric chair June Mill, Williams' trial lasted less limn three hours and was held while WO national guardsmen patrolled !Iie streets nliout the courthouse c Intent, upon preventing friends ol the slain girl from inking the icgro from ollk'crs. Immediately following tlio scn- eiicing the negro was hustled off to Tucker Prison'Hum by state rangers where he had Ijecn held since his arrest for the crime early Ills montli. ' The stale built i(s case about wo negro women Lizzie mid Gcr- aldinc Jones, which It used as wlt- icsses. They told of helping Wll- lain dispose ot the body In a hallow bayou after he had Blacked and killed her on n. lonely onntry road. Williams was represented by two ttorncys appointed by the court re did not take the witness stand. In a confession to officers a(. the Imc ot his arrest- Williams told of flcrlng to buy candy from the oting woman nnd luring her to a oncly country road where he at- ncked her. During the attack he aid lie clicked her to death and hen enlisted the aid of the two egro women to help dispose of he body. //:v/s Powers Say Final Invitation Rejected UEHurr, May 25. (OP)-Tlie lolnunu powers "will suitably answer the new encirclement drive of oivnl Hrltjiln, Prance nml Soviet nussla. official infominflon made aviulnble to (he foreign press snld today. ' The statement said tlmt Hcrlln political sources discerned im- other step in "encirclement" In 'the "Frcnch.UHlish nnxlcly to om- sluclo n !>.«( with Soviet" Russia, as well as lu n, B lwm . decUim- .ions by the llrlllslj nnd French foreign ministries," "This is regarded 1>s proof (hat the western powers reject the final invllalion by the axis powers amiably to solve Eiironemi problems as embodied in Ihe .tiorman-Unllan military pact" (he statement said referring to. milliorllHlive Intcrpiutatlon of (hut pact by the Kalian newKpaper Cilornalv d'ltalla. "Tnlk In Knglmul nnd I.YUIICO of 'new nnd marls Hk'cllve methods' (« be taken since the slenliiR of Hie Ilulo-Gcnnrm pact meuns simply a new confirmation of Ihe encirclement poUelm Thus the western powers refuse to usslr,l In constructive nencetui solutions" .SINGf.M COPIKS FIVE CENTS Japanese Proclaim Virtual Blockade Of Chines^ Coast SHANGHAI, May 25. (llp')I^r7 1 ,,,an CK c navy spokos- mnn proclaimed n virtual Japanese blockade of .sli'iimiiiK on the: China coast today in. bxplaininu ll,e boarding of British Hnrtjrcnch Jmers on UicHjfoh^w by Jnpanoso wnrship Administration Is To Cooperate In Business Appeasement Move WASHINGTON. May 25 (UP)- ceretary of flic Treasury Henry Jorgenlhau Jr. said today that ongrcsslonal leaders and he have a tux program that will contribute to re- freed on definitely oveiy." The secretary, who met. ycster- ay witli Chairman Robert L. >oughton (Dem., N. C.) of l))c ouse ways and means committee Cooper nd representative Jerry Dem., Tenn.) ranking Democrat the committee, told reporters int more progress toward a solu- on of lax problems has been lade within Ibe last few days in Ihe previous several icnths. "What reason can you ascribe int too?" he asked. "The answer is," he replied, "that lat there is good will all around." The ways and means committee xpecled io start tax hearings ithin a week under a congrcss- >nal speedup campaign for atj- mniment in six weeks. •' iytheville Girl In Two Accidents JONESBORO, Ark., May 25 — liss Marilyn Reed, of Blytlievitle, gured in two automobile accidents we Tuesday afternoon. The car driven by Miss Heed verlurned on the highway near Olwcll and when llic car was eing towed to the garage by anther automobile, it collided witli taxi cab. Miss need was not injured but ic front end of the c.ir, said to be wncd by Sam McGce of Blylhe- ille. was smashed. "It is not u 'question ot rlyhU but of what Japanese authorities demand," said ihe spokesman hi discussing the halting ol ihc llrlt- sli liner Rnnpura and Iho French finer Aramls. ' Japan, hi- disclosed, claims the JDWCI- to haK any s'lip plying .'he 3! i In a coast to inspect Its registration and determine whether vessels arc being used 'for millla-.y purposes hi'lp'u! to the Chines:; government." , These purposes llic spokesman denned as carrying cargo destined for Chinese mililaiy.use. He said he was unable lo announce a "cqnlraband" list nt, present 'but said such n list was.under consideration and might include medical supplies intended for the Chinese army. Shortly licforc Oils announcement a United Press dispatch Ire/in Tientsin- disclosed ^ that '. Japaiiesi nuUicirUtes -had 'forbidden imports of wool, collon and carpets 10 the foreign concession there— a move interpreted by foreigners ns n further Japanese attempt to cripple foreign trade. As regards Ihc coastal situation, the Japanese navy spokesman said ....^ ,, t Hint it would be "confined" to 200 glncering Jerry Colien and Miss Billic Leggett Tell Of Ambitions Attorney General Reveals Nation Wide Campaign Against Corruption 1.0.S ANOEM?8, May 25, (UP)— Atliiniey OcncrnI Frank Murphy ivviMili'il today thai the ileptirttncnt of justice has slnrlwl n nationwide cmiipuluii to iillminiilf pol'W- cal i:omi|]tlon In nmjor cities. He cited Uw conviction of Ua.ss Tom 1'ciidi'i-Ka.st in Kansas city on Income lux evasion clmiucs us an indication of llic drive Iho covein- ineiil plum. The department of Jtis- lifo will bo particularly cmiccim'd with tho Income Ins returns filed by polHlettl lenders, Murphy snld. A federal giund Jury Indicted two former olllccrs ot Ihe' $50,000,000 1'udllo Sdites Savings nnd Umu company here lust night, shortly after the Jurors lind conferred with Air, Murphy. T!w attorney ccncra was accompanied on his trip to (lie west const by J. aignr Hoover chief ot Iho federal bumiu of investigation. Robert F. Odcll, tormcr president of the Pnclilo Stales Company, n iu Qcrnld n, Willie, former vice president, were charged witli mulilntlng destroying mid concealing records of certain of the company's properties. The company, one of (lie Im-BOst of Its kind In llic United Stntes, recently was placed undoi control of slate luilhoilties, Murphy disclosed tlml thuvjustlcc department through n federal Brand Jury, would bcaln Investigation of race wire services in Chicago on Juno 1. Ilo indicated that llic jury [irobably would widen Ihc scope ot Its Inquiry to Include gambling ami racketeering. Murphy stitd he anil Ilojvei; would investigate "sevcrnl other matters" nere before going lo Snu Francisco. Hits "High" Arkansas Electric Rates; Will Ask For TVA Survey private utili- Dollars Sales Of Independent Stores 7,7 Per Cent Students of the city schools presented HID program nl the' weekly luncheon meeting of Die Rotarj club at the Hotel Noblo today, Harold Hosenlha!, editor of the Chickasaw school paper nnd member of this year's graduallng class, introduced the .''vst lv,o honoi students of tho "senior class Jciii Cohen nnd Miss Ulllle Leggett, who told of their future plans , Young Cohen, high ''ranking atu (leijl nnd president of the Ma tlonnl Honor society, expressed his desire to obtain n scholarship to Cornell or anotlicr Eastern college whore lie will major In civil en- miles from the coast. Soon, lie said, the Japanese would. dent said s 1 reveal ".sensnllonnl" Instances In University < which foreign ships aided China. These instances, tie said, were the reason for the new "regulations." Seme "evidence." lie said, was bused on reports of captured Chinese soldiers. The. spokesman declined to comment on the probable Japanese altitude in event foreign powers provided their liners with armed escorts—as Ibe British were reported considering. .He llien volunteered: "Timl probably will not be necessary in (lie case or Ihe United States." Miss Lcggctt, second honor stu- sne hoped to attend the illy of Mississippi nl Oxford where she will major In history In preparation for the leaching of that course. •• A group of accordion numbers were played by Joe Evrnrd. Warren Olscn of Chicago, representative of IClwanls Inlcma- lional, who is assisting in llic or- ganisation of the Klwnnls club In Uiis city, asked liial the Hotarlans nnd members of the Lions club meet with (lie Kiwanlans on the night of June 28. Members of the Rotary club ncwptcd Ihe Invitation, Queen In Cold Climate Townsend Club To Meet Friday NigKt Townsend club, .No. One, will meet at Ihe court house tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock, it was announced today. Officers of the group extended an Imitation lo the public and urged all members to attend. Chicago Wheat July Sept. open 7V 7-8 773-4 high 781-4 781-4 low 77 77 close 771-8 771-8 Chicago Corn Casual NOTEBOOK liy Samuel P. Norris &ui Sept. open Mi" 2 521-2 •Whose liccs? Someone somewhere Is undoubtedly wondering where in the thunder his bees have gone. Between 3,000 and 4,000 of the little critters were parked on a branch of the walnut tree in front of the Courier News building this morning, and apparently were quite content with their quarters Employes of ih e m ^ r , lo(iccd tie bees swarming through the air close to the tree shortly before noon. Tlie swann grew thicker and thicker and soon began to settle on a branch of the tree. In 15 or 20 minutes the entire swarm was settled peacefully. Hee owners in this vicinity are advised to check their hives and if their honey makers are REELS OF HITLE Warsaw GoVeinmenl 'Says Public Reaction Demands Their Prohibition WARSAW, May 25 (UP)—Vociferous boos nnd derisive whistling nt pictures of Adolf Hitler and Hcnilo Mussolini caused the government to ban the snowing or news reels showing the Nay.i-Pas- clst dlclalora, nl nl] \Vin-.sn\v movie tlienlera today. Feeling nifnhisl Germany »mi Italy was mounting as the result of recent Incidents nt Daiwlj;. Polish quarters said llml notes by the Haiv/.li! Na/,i government, regarding ihc Inculcnls were- provocative. The scml-offlcltil iskru News Agency commented: "Tlie lone of the Inst nairelg answer lo Polish notes proves tlmt Dnn/lg unfortunately docs not share Poland's good will and readiness lo liquidate mi.'Uinucrstaiidinijs as soon as possible. "The idea or the maneuver Is now clear, ncrliiv obviously intends lo create new disquiet in nnnztg by Iier well known methods, namely, those she used agiilnst Czechoslovakia'. "The world knows these methods, however, and Poland has sirong nerves. We will not allow ourselves to be provoked." Well Informed quarters expressed [ilensiirc at the British decision to cnlcr n llircc power pact with Russia, WA.SI11NGTON, May as.-Uollni sales of 'WO Independent reliill stores In Arkansas were 7.1 pci cent higher in April than in April HUH. Ihe department of commerce- bureau of ihe census disclosed. Sulcs of (hcse stores wero prac- cnll llcnlly at Hie stimo level as during ' March, Ihc tiid'cnsc being only 0 t velilclc dealers per ccnl. Sales by motor showed (he lurgcsl pin, 31,0 pei cent, over April of lust year, ihc bureau reported. - Fnriillurc stores nnd lumber nnd building inulerlal dealers reported Increases in sales of 10.3 |x;r cent and H.5 per cent respectively, over sales - In Aprl id'JS. Oilier changes ranged from Ihc S,2 per cent gnln shown foi Iho apparel group to Ihc 3.2 pel cent decrease registered In the sales by lining slatljiis. The report covered tho larger Independent stores in ID kinds of business. Utlle Rock's April gain ovci April, l»38, was 4.3 per cent, ovci March, i).l per cent, nccbrdliig to reports from 31 Independent retailers. At iMnc Bluff sales wore ll.V iier cent above April a year ago. Fort Smith's gain wns J.3 over April a year ago, but 6.6 per cent under March of (his year. % Hoi 8pilngt> \iiif 22 poi cent imdei April a jear ago ami 2J1 under Mnnh North rittlu Hoik was up fl |iei ccnl^ ovci Apiil n year atio, 0.0 percent Over March Sues Motor Company For Injuries To His Fingers . W. Lucy has filed suit in chancery court hero nsaln.sl LanB- ston-Wrdtcn compnny,seeking damages of $:i,100 for'perscnnl injuries. He eharycs llml negligence .uf b foreman wlillo lie was employed us a mechanic at (lie. motor company's garage led lo Injury of fingers on his left linnd. W. ?^con Smith fa attorney for lie plaintiff. 'Swastika Missing Sea Captain Is Painter, Own Ship No. I Model NEW ORLEANS (UP) — Capt. Paul t'olatt of tlic freighter Caloria has ridden his hobby-horse around the world and back again, combin-' Ing business with pleasure. Polatt walks the quarterdeck of Ihc Caloria. When duty lets him go below, lie lakes up his pipe, his saint-pot nnd Ills brush and goes i to work on his hobby—ptiinling I ships. His paintings catch the spirit of the salt spray beating against majestic steel hulls. His own boat is Ills favorite model. In his p:rffd!o rest two water-colors of the mnm- molh Queen Mary. ^ ' ^ Horses Pass Speed Limit And Law Bars Pursuit PACIFIC GROVE, Cal. (UP) — This city, which has many antiquated "loboo" laws, ranging from prohlblllon against Ihe Inngo to pulling down the curtains, had another one violated for the first time in ninny years, It fixes the speed of horses In the city limlU nt 8 miles an hour. All the peace, officer was able lo ascertain \vas that the horses were Congressman Oatliings speaking More a meeting sponsored by the East Arkansas Young Business' Men's Clubs said that Arkansas elcctilc rates weio nearly twice TVA inlcs In Mississippi and Teniir essco. Tho meeting W ns presided over uy Ray Uurch of Helena; • •Plans weie discussed for Iho f01 inatlon of a perm'nncnt organ- Iwilton lo promote' TVA for 15 East Aikansas counllca The group will ask TVA (o make n survey lo iicleiinlne the feasibility of cxtend- !"I! TVA power- ltilo:Aikansas. , neprc.scnlntlvc John Rankin of Mississippi declared "we are going to force electric power rales down lo TVA levels or extend TVA lines all over Mississippi and Arkansas." Rankin said the. conference today already lias paid tor Itself pointing out (hat llio Alkansas 'Power .Hid Light company had made'rale' reductions of $250,000 since it was called. . , Judge Robert S. Clement of Dick- ion, Tenn., lold the gathering that' TVA power had been "a saviour Tor our city." He snld Dlckson, two veais under TVA, has, realized a profit nnd "at tiie same time 1ms ?lvcn citizens Hit! benefit of one of (he lowest electrical rates in the world." Attcna Conference Seveinl Dlylhovllle citizens, hend- 'd by Oily Attorney Roy E. Nelson were In Memphis loclay attending tho "TVA conference" and con- Jidtlng with Congressman , E. O. Dntlilngs and other officials. Sees Canada As Good . Melting Pot Example nEOINA, Saskatchewan, May 25 (UP)—King Oeoi'go 'Vl 'to'day l^eld forth lo Ihc world llic exainple of men oC diverse-races" achieving »nil> lluovgli a cojnnion Canadian -> rld/otishfp'-tis- "proving""the vad- \iwtnge of a way'of. life based 1 on imilunl tolerance nnd " democratic* Institutions';" . . • • His majesty emphasized wliat has jccn the domlncnt note of his utterances In Hits trans-contlnejital tour of the dominion In an address .vhtch he hnniled to Ihe speaker of tiie Saskatchewan .legislative assembly In i espouse to the latter's ndd:css of welcome. Woman Induces Bandit To Take $10 and Flee PASADENA, Cal. (UP) —-Mrs. Men Jensen is wondering if she Li sullty of "compounding a felony." e bought oil a holdup man. When the bamllt entered -her ilaee of business fad demanded she open the cnsli • register, Mrs/ Jensen said -"ncthing doing," tinned her back,'walked away and-' suggested he • shoot. , ' The holdup man, however, np- pnrcnlly wanted cash,'He offered lo compromise (or $10. Mrs.-Jensen counted out the bills • and handed them lo him. Ile'scl'c'd Ihe mcney," asked for five minutes start and ran. Rorex To Take Office In About Two Weeks LITTLE ROCK, May 25. —Sam Rorex, Little Rock, newly nominated United States attorney for the eastern district of Arkansas, will probably take office in 'about two weeks. Announcement of his nomination was rtiadef yesterday by President Roosevelt st Washington. Senator .Miller '(Dem'., Ark.) 'who with Senator Hattie caraway i (Dem. Ark) endorsed Mr. Rorex, predicted "speedy confirmation'^ In the senate. Senator Miller Is chairman of the judiciary sub-committee which will consider the nomination. Rorex will succeed Fred Isgrig, Little Rook, who lias held the office since 1934. With the pro-Nnzi German- American Bund under fire, its feuhrer, Fritz Kuhn, carefully called attention lo the absence of German flags and the prominence of American ones \vhen he officially opened Camp Siegfried, I the Bund's vacation resort at Angler's Luck Belated CONNEAUT, O. (UP) — Ch&rlcs W. Massie caught no fish until the final day ol the btack bass season. Then, on Ills last cast of the season, he caught-^two big ones on the same lure simultaneously. Goals Naratd for Beauties CLEVELAND, O. (UP)—Goats of Arthur Lelchlmah are named for motion picture stars. "They are very intelligent animals," said Leichtman. "I have goats named Claudette, Kedy. Loretta .'.na Greta." WEATHER i*? h , X7« ^^^'^..^..^^^^i'^^^^^ "' ST" EilMbel " of «« do - into" ^T 1 ••"'*.?«'".'»««««« com- ^tth^^ibo^lfetffi 511-2 hanging around the Courier's front i Cnniullnn Barb—a parka. 521-2 yard, sweeping off ice There was reason enough: cold winds, lelds near Gulf of St. Lawrence. pany on location, but lie could not overtake them without violating tho law himself. pennant (lew above the entrance gate, pictured above, where a uniformed Bundsman solicited ftinds. Arkansas —Probably-local showers tonight and Friday. , Memphis and vicliiity-r-Falr tonight and Friday, local showers Friday afternoon, llttl? change in temperature.

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