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Blytheville, Arkansas
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS ™ E DOMINANT NBWBPAWSR OP NOllTIU^ AHKANBAR A*n an,,-,.,,^ „„„. ' -•'•••-• TT ^^ Blylhevllle Courier Wythevllle Uerald VOLUME XXXVI—NO. 68.. Polish Government Makes Provision For War Time Dictator WARSAW, Poland, May ^MUpT-Tho Polish government resorted to drastic legislative measures totlav to sot up mncjihiery for n military dictatorship to he automatically eflective in event of war Mississippi valley Lender Blythevillc Dully News eally efl'ective in event of war. A bill, sponsored Uy the cabinet* of Premier Genera! Fellcjan Slaw-' ojskladkowskl and therefore assured of approval next week, was Introduced In parliament to give President Tgnacy Moscicki power to authorize the dictatorship wltii- oul consent of parliament by declaring the country to be in a stale of war. Dictatorial powers would be constitutionally conferred on the supreme military commander. The most likely candidate for that post .would be Marshall Smigly-Rydz. inspector general of the army and "strong man" of Poland. The bill would In effect - give the president additional dictatorial powers during the present, tension between Germany and Poland over the settlement of the Danzig and Polish Corridor controversy. The bill provides for creation of the post of supreme commander of armed forces with full and independent control of all measures connected with the conduct of war, even though the government would be responsible to the supreme commander under terms of the bi) when and if the president declared that the country was in a state of war. Oldest Foreign Mission Nearing 130th Year ST. LOUIS .(UP) — The oldest foreign missionary society in Amer- ira, the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions will hold Its 130th annual meeting here this fall. .The board, founded in 1810 will meet Oct. 24-2G in conjunction with the Mid-West Regional Conference of Congregational and Christian churches. General theme will be "The World Christian Community at Work," and the program will feature nationally and internationally - known church leaders as well as business and professional men. Official delegates are expected to* number 500. vl'jie inid-\yest . regional 1 area In• ^chitles-churches in IB stntes-Ohio Indiana, • Michigan, Illinois, Wis, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri consin, , North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado. Arkansas; Oklahoma, Umisiana and Texas. New York Cotton NEW YORK, May 27 (UP) — Cotton closed steady. open high low close Jnl. Oct. Dec. Jan. Mar. May 891 824 802 796 794 792 894 834 812 800 798 798 823 802 79 B 7D2 791 0-1 823 809-12 808 798 798 5. Spots closed nominal at 977, off Keisev Supply Company Gin Destroyed; Adjoining Buildings Saved KEISER, Ark., May 27—Damages amounting 1 0 at least $8000 were caused by a fire which ravaged the Keiser Supply company's gin, owned by the Lee Wilson . Company late last night. The cause Is known. - Several firemen received superficial bums when they attempted to extinguish th c names which were prevented from spreading de- spile delay in reaching the fire because the alarm refused to sound. Even the nearby cotton mid seed houses were saved. R. L. Burns, fireman, who was overcome by heat, was given first aid treatment and soon apparently recovered. The new dryer was totally destroyed by the fire which flamed up more than 200 feet as practically all of Keiser residents watched H burn. Only some government loan cotton was in the structure. The night watchman, V. M Pranklinfi said when he passed the building shortly before ten o'clock there was no sign O f smo |, e Woodiow Franklin and Edward Storm first saw Die names about ten o'clock. B. H. Robinson is manager of the gin, which was insured. A. J. Lim- clrum of Wilson is supervisor in charge of all the Lee Wilson Company gins. Esccaped Negro Conyict Wounded And Captured CUMMINGS FflUSON FARM Ark., May 21. (OP)—Accie Taylor, 47-year-old negro cohvlct, serving i 28-year prison term for biirg- ary, who escaped under cover of a cyclone Monday was wounded ind captured on a farm near Dunas. Ark., today. Taylor was brought to the prls- m hospital here suffering from a 'Ullet wound in his right hip. The icgro said Alex Thomas, negro enant, shot him when he attempt- d lo burrow Into a haystack lor he night. Commencement Exercise Held At City Auditorium On Friday Niglu Scholastic honors were nwnrde Jerry Cohen, Miss mm c Legged Harold Kosenlhal, Miss Mary i Fitagernid ami Miss Fannora Mill Ilns In the commencement oxer dses of the city high school Ins night at the city auditorium who G8 graduates received diplomas Jerry Cohen, in addition to making unusually high grades to teu the class In the four years of higl school, also won the Mathematics mill Science awards for hlghcs m ,m ks I" lll «o two subjects. Miss BHIle Lcggetl was the salulalorlnn The valedictorian is Ihe son o Mr. and Mrs. S. j. Cohen and Miss Leggclt is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. C. Lcggell. Harold Roscnthul, son of and Mrs. Walter who won the public speaking award demonstrated his skill in that ftrt by not wavering In his speech when the lights went out Miss Fannora Mullins, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, Mullins. won the history medal The citizenship award went lo Miss Mary D. Fitzgerald, daughter of Mr. nml Mrs. B F Fitzgerald, IT ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI SATURDAY, MAY 27,. __L. He's Dying—and lie Doesn't Know It . program presented was a new style one on the theme "Living In A Democracy" In which u number of students participate after W. D. Mcclurkin, superintendent of the school, spoke on 'Educating For Democracy." Miss Lcggett presented Hie ' Design". -Miss Molly Guard spoke on "Leadership m Our Democracy", Harold Rosenlhal on "Individual Achievement", j i tn m i D Crook on "Fundamental ideals For Americans", M;ss Mary D. Fitzgerald on "Education For So- Jerry New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, May 27 (UP) — Cotton futures closed steady, 3 to 10 points higher in today's short session. open high low close Jnl. Oct. Dec. Jan. Mar. May sac 835 812 808 803 804 004 843 822 818 810 804 89G 835 812 303 803 80-1 004 842 821-2 818-20 8)0-12 809-ab Spots closed quiet at 952, unchanged. Stock Prices NEW YORK, Mny 27. (UP) — Indications of a sharp rise in steel operations next week and a favorable interpretation pf Secretary Morgenlhau's tax views brought a rise in slocks today for the fourth consecutive session AT&T 164 !_ 2 Anaconda Copper .. 24 3-4 Beth Steel '/. S8 ,_ 8 Breing Air 23 3-4 Chrysler " 6Q ,. B General Electric 36 General Motors 14 3-4 Int Harvester 60 Montgomery Ward 51 1-2 N Y Central 15 t_ 2 Packard 3 3.5 Phillips Pelro 35 1-2 Hndio ti 1-2 •Schenley 13 3-4 Simmons Bed 24 1-8 Socony Vacuum 117-8 Standard Oil N J 44 3-4 Texas Corp 401-8 •U S Steel 40 Chicago Wheat open high low close July 78 1-2 79 77 5-8 78 Sept. 78 1-4 78 7-8 - 77 5-8 78 Chicago Corn open high low close July 51 1-2 51 1-2 50 3-4 50 3 Scpt. 52 5-8 52 7-8 52 1-8 52 1 Metal Worker Builds Plane in Own Parlo LONDON (UP) — i n s ju ing _ room of a humble suburban lumc at Lunton, Chatham, just outside London, a metal worker is building his cwn plane which Is designed to run at the cost of n small motor car. The constructor .is Willianj Mason. lie is a metal worker at an aircraft factory, and, at the age of 45, learned to ily a year ago j The machine is being built to orthodox design. It will be 1!) fjcl in length and 23 feet wide \vlien thc wings are expanded. j ; Rochester U. to Start '•.• Honors Plan in Fall ROCHESTER, N. Y. (UP).— Twenty-five University of Roche'- ter students face the pleasant prospect of exemption from examinations, formal class wcrk and grades during the nest two years. Thc students were selected for the new Division of Honors studies Beginning next September they will attend two weekly seminars but aside from that their time will be their own. Each student will chocsc n field of study and work independently under the guidance of faculty tutors. The Honors plan is part of a new, liberalized curriculum which will be put into effect at the University of Itochester next fall. cial Responsibility", und Cohen concluded thc talks. C. M. Buck, chairman of the schcool board, distributed the diplomas after Mr. Mcclurkin had Presented the honor students and awards. IVfiss Kathryn Grcar, who was In charge of the music, had arranged: a.-prelude, class processional a Bills'' trio of Misses Gloria ^far- tin, Jean Bonrland and Mary Nellc Patterson, a vocal solo by Miss Dolores Psalmonds, n violin number by Miss Amy Ruth Morris, iv quartet of Eugene Autcn, Guy Rodgers, John Paulk und Mlllard Edds, and Ihe recessional. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter pastor of the First Baptist church, said the invocation, mid the benediction was pronounced by the Hcv, E. B. Williams, pastor of the First Methodist church. The graduates wore maroon graduation robes as they did for bacecalaureale services Sun- necnuse thc Chattanooga News prliUed „ stoly mentioning ,„., .„„. bltlon to be a Jockey and win the Derby, Ifi-ycnr-old Kr C (( Hoy lr miles and Jokes with his nurse as he sits m h ls bnby bed at n Chattanooga hospital. What Fred, called "Small change" because ic's only four feet tall, doesn't know k that he Is dying by reason t His unbalanced anatomy. The News published its regular edition vlth the true story, then ran. a special edition of six copies for "Small Change"—written so he, would never know of hi, doom the day morning. /r.» i . p. *, . ' "" lv ''ivsA me titizenship Seeker Waits C!" y i" g i?" K tre , el ' a , an = ccs °( 55 Years, Plus 5 More WELLSBURG, \y. Vn. (UP) — Evans Arthur Hughes, who walled 55 years after applying for his first Reconsiders Decision To Resign As Counsel WASHINGTON, May 27. (UP) — Joseph Kelly said today that he withdrawn "lor the moment" his resignation as special counsel for the securities and exchange commlssbn in charge of the tc.n- poraiy national economy committee's study of investment banking. Kelly resigned yesterday after It was announced that hearings on investment banking would be postponed Indefinitely. I withdrew my resignation at Ihe reojiest of the committee, which issurwl me that hearings would go on in the near future. I came down .ere about a month ago at a pretty high per diem salary to do the j:i> and I found myself sitting around with nothing to do. I got fe| „„ with that and decided it would be best for me lo go back to private practice. However I have received assurances that this thin» will go on and I think - Walking Licenses Issued In School Safety Drive JOHANNESBURG. South Africa <UP>— Walking licenses arc Issued (o children in the Malvern West School, which is leaching l| s pm,|| s to be "traffic-minded." The licenses are issued alter an examination en the fcllowing sub- J(cls: How to cross the street. Criminal Charge Against James Ellison Dismissed At Osceola Hearing ' James Ellison, 30-year-old Kelscr farmer who was arrested on an Involuntary charge of manslaughter in connection with the automobile accident in • which Edwin E. Haskctt jr. was killed, was re- Icased after a hearing yesterday' afternoon boforc'< Magistrate, G. L. Waddcll of Osceola. Testimony of witnesses showed that the accident was unavoidable. Mr. Ellison was driving the car which struck Ihe Haskell, youth as he was riding his bicycle on a travel road near Joiner last Monday afternoon. They icslinet) that PICKET DEIRQIITIGEH5 1 Reject Japanese Threat To i Resort .To Force To ; Achieve Aim -LONDON, May 27. (UP)—Foreign office experts today, prepared a strong, nole to "Japan, mulerstsod to reject Japan's Ihrcnl. to resort lo force to Insure her program against all opposlllon in China. The nclc w«s said to reject Japan's claim to the right to enforce a naval blockade oil China and lo rebuff the Japanese elnlm lo control of inlcnmtionnl sctllc- ments In China. 'I'he nofe .was prepared after the British embassy nt Toki'O reported that the Japanese government hod the cycle swerved In front of Ihe j nssume < 1 responsibility for n for- car and that the driver nttcmplwl to prevent striking the youth! $4,000 Bond Instead Of $400 Posted For Woman Through n typographical error in yesterday's Courier News, the bond for EliKibeth Kappell, «, charged with pandering in four bench warrants served In connection with Ihe closiiiK of Harris' Park, a beer place, dmice hnll and cabins two miles south of town, wns given as $-100. The correct amount Is $4000. Mrs. Nellroy Russell Dies At San Antonio Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at Snn Antonio. Texas, for Mrs. Nellroy lius- scll. formerly of Blythevllte. who died there Wednesday at the home of her aunt, Mrs. J. B. Holcomb. She was 47. Mrs. Russell, who was formerly the wife <" in Blythe years unt _1 I ,n " " " «I*vwvll, 1. VIC./, V.lLl'11 LI 1 R± . T y S.«V™ J . tat ?T '"'f 0 1 ""<«I tame «><« found a elt'n office spokesman's statement threatening to resort to force ID bring about a change in the admln- Istrallon of foreign setlleiuciils. St. Louis Planning City Cigarette Tax ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 27.—Kn- actment of an ordinance levying i las of 2 cents n package on all cigarettes sold In the eity nml n-B licr cent lax on gross receipt. 1 ;' of professional sporting events IIBK wen pledged by leaders In the Hoard of Aldermen, It was an- 'lo.n.ccd yesterday by Floor Leader Emmctt dolilcn. It was estimated llicsc combined taxes would pro- luce $1,000,000 a year. The announcement was made as thc Board of Aldermen was cou- riering a $100.000 appropriation 1 vhich would make possible conliui- nce of WPA projects until July I. j Has Narrow Escape When' Truck Goes Into Ditch - i Harry Frilzius narrowly escaped serious injury when his truck overturned In a deep ditch 15 miles west of Poplar Blulf. M O ., yesterday noon. The new cab truck was prac- llcally demolished but Mr. Frll- ilus received only a bruised knee : "° a'Shicf Mrf wT" ^"^'* «"»f'^"" "A "lick b lac k-.oppcd highway,' , r a_slslcr._Mis. Wai- EO:!VI ca ( cn clllmks ot wootl 0 , a ,,,„ ra))) a||{| n sharp curve were ' h A D „ , cmll ' C ! ° g fr ?" " 1C z " ls S!tld "»'wheels skidded when Burial was ».„. at San A ,,,o,,,o. | ™^ "<" »* <™ ^is^hetacnl.^^^^^ i d itch. Osccola Civil Court Term Opens On Monday A l\vo weeks term of circuit civil court will open In O.sccola Monday will. Judge Nell Killongli of Wynne presiding. It Is likely that the jury cases will be disposed of hi considerable less time (han. the allotted two weeks although a number of cases of Importance «re awaiting disposition. The first day of the term will probably be devoted primarily to sounding the trial docket, setting cases for trial and disposing of prollinlnnry motions. Squirrel As Effective As Bull in China Shop Baseball Club Owner Also Is Auto Body Plant Mend nRTKOlT, Midi., M»y 27. (UP) —I'ollct' dashed In minor sklr ilii's with plchets nl Brings Sta- (Huin todny us several thousand United Automobile Workers pn railed before the Tigers bnscuiill park in n doinoiislmllon oil mention to their strike at Url MtimifurliirliiK compuny plant, At loftst MO uniformed police mo on duty aUinnpUiu; lo keep he pickets across thc slrc-cl from Iho ccmciil-wnllcd stutUum. Nine men had been aimslcd and taken o the nearby 'll'umbel) slrecl &la- lon. One picket, carrying in. Ainerl- ciin Hag and flanked by two slal- vivrt companions, altempled lo ad- 'iince lo Ihe stadlnni walls. Vo Ice seized the Hag and H \n\\s_ Ighl followed. No one appeared to bu injured. 'Hie mass ilciiioiistrallon ordered by Hie U. A, W. <C. I. O.), was llrectcd ngalnst Walter O. H owner' of the llriggs plant, where 3,000 men arc on strike, and owner of Ihe Uclrolt Tigers, Preparn- lons for Hie pnrudo had been 'gong on since last Momluy, when he slrlke wus cnllwl. Chancellor Announces Probate Court Rules A number of rules regarding iroccdure in probate court IIRVC )Dcn limited by chancellor J. F. Qimtney since the chancellor hns nssiimed jnrlsdlatloii of probate natters under the coi.stilullo.ial meiulment adopted lasl full. Chancellor CJaulnoy, I h r o u B I. Bryant Stewart, deputy probalc courl clerk, lias unnonnccd that nil persons applying for loiters of nri- mlnislrnUon, excuiilorslilp or giirdinnship mtisl do so tttrauult a license attorney, resident In Ark- nnsns. This,applies to any application or petition for nny order concerning, estates. v - •....', .The attorney ,nnisl cnilorso his Jin'mc and addrc.'is on all. 'iippllcn- Mo'ns or plciuu'ngs and n reasoij- uble fee will bu allowed by the courl. All unmml or setllenients will be heard at regular terms ami not lit adjourned terms, except In cases of transfer of gimrdlnnshlp or funds where nil parties arc ndiilts and consent to vacation hearings. All bonds In excess of $500 must be either qualified or corporate surety bonds, except mutters where all heirs or parlies In Interest arc adults. Heirs or purlieu In Inlciest may sign as sureties. The probate clerk Is required to keep a docket of all mailers In i>robale. SINGM3 CQPIRS FIVE CENTS ___ __ _ Morgenthau Suggests Tax Revisions, Warns Against Revenue Loss for tax revision, including Vsi u exceedingly ijjgli incomes Ijc *^^, wnoviiajax ^exemption from govern- told the house ways ii.u-i.lal -or Overrides Opposition To "o • i A bpccml Co,urt Special Inlcrcsls WASHINGTON. May 21. tUM- I'he jii'.inlc today approved am nl to (he house a bllj crealhiK tlvc-inan special courl lo linmlli 'iillrond In line vllh rrcsldcjii RooMvell's rail labllltatlon program. 'I'lie courl, whose members would )C iippolnteil for life by iho presl- Icnt, would l.nvo Jurisdiction ovei "•"JfRnnl/jillons; both inidcv Section of the baukrnplcy law und In equity receiverships. Approval cnmo aflnr Senators William E. Uornli (Rep;, tdn.t li.'nnetl Champ Clark (Hc'in., Mn.). fat McCiurmi (Dem., Nev.), ane Cleoi-ge W. Norrls (Iiul,,: Neb.') c-x- n-cssed opposition io- a on the .round that ll.c Unllcil Slnles lUB^t not to crenlc n "special court or special Interests." Proponents of Ihe measure iir- !UMl Hint It would Insure' the ;oiu)(liic,s.s of the (inaiidal striio- ures tlml would emerge from re- irgnnlzallonii and would expedite 'cai'Kimtaallon proccMliny to the lencfll ol the railroads. Yankee Clipper's First Round Trip Completed TORT WASHINGTON, N Y .fay 27. tUP^Pan American Alr- vnys Yankee Clipper landed ,.nl ts Poll,, Washington base nt 2;''i8 i.m. (o;\tl. , I.) today, coinplctlni! he- round. .trl|) comYhcrclat light to Europe,; ^ " ••••'. . ',.. The -ini-ipn riylns boat hud "ken off from Hamilton, uernm- da at 0:20 a.m. n. d. I.) toilny. The Yankee Clipper left iiorln, Azores, yesterday nfleriioon ' and (ilnntied to fly non-.ilop lo'Porl Waslilng- ton. A low pressure area developed, however, nmi the craft was tlumk'cl to Ucrimuia where It landed at 7:31 a.m. this morning. Dies Witness ' Under Guard .and the . A! A "'° 110 ' ->».»t^I; l*llu IUUIIU II KIllV bCf ° re g ° ing '° S( " ufrrcl survcjing the wreckage it, . I had done. The animal had br:ken She leases two sons, Roy Russell 3 Q glasses, shattered lamps, shred - ^a., and her ter of Lake Providence. other children lifts on a bicycle. If a license holder breaks any rule, he will be brought bef-re \ Thief Steals Uniform' Lge Pensions Exceed 35 Million allies such as fines or " NTRAL . , "f-t"J *tt& JUI 11^1 1(1.Ill . ... ., citizenship papers, has found he cu 'P nts license, has lo wall five more. Hughes first applied lo become cancel Ihe is laklng a special hilcrcsl of I in the search for one thief here. mi 01TAWA. On.. (UP)-The cost Hale And Farrar Talk At Townsend Meeting caring for Canada's aged ' T. L. ifale anTi^N. Farrar spoke mtecl to more than S35.000.000 at a meeting of Ihe local TOWTI- a citizen in 1884. Then he moved to California and became engaged m the lumber industry. Now 77 he returned here for a visit and one 01 his first move, wns to nnd College o"£ Chalk Talks Go Green EAST LANSING. Mich. (UP)_ Greenbsards" will replace blackboards In the $1,020,000 fieldhouse and gymnasium at State Jan. 1. will be cd ll.i hearings on tax revisions, Hint n "fundtvncnlfll objection" of finance clearly (9 a balanced biidffct. He then presented a revision of federal tax problems which he'sug- Bfktcrt that Ihe conunlltce would desire to re-examine. , lie elnssKlcd the cxamlnni'un In llnee gioups l. Those "likely to hinder business expansion and Investments," As examples he cited the lack of n provision In tax law allowln&'a biisln.'.si; lo cany over a ncl loss fur deduction lioir, profits of future years; lux exemption of governmental securities removal ' of which he said would make It "fair nwl logical" to consider reduction of upper bmcket bur-tax rates. ' 'i. "Tux hiltants," Here he llsf 1 cd thc nmllslilbiitcd pioflls tax which he dw>crlbcd as producing "little revenue and having little elfect" on business. He intimated Iho treasiny would not oppose allowing It to lapse al the end o'f this year. Kc mentioned the capital stock and excess profits' tax which, he said, ojwraled "veiy cr- rallcally." lie Inilmalcd congress taxpayers to declare mlglit lliclr capital slock vnl.ic more fre- . (liicntly limn cveiy three years, as at present. 3. Miscellaneous tuxes, such as- the present limit on deduction of Corporation capital stock losses' The' deduction of losses allowed over capital gnlus h now limited to w.aoo Moigcnllmu did not specify any pdrltcular revision of (his lax bill said changes might be advisable nt a later session of congress atlei further studies have been made ' > 'In the consideration of possl- Ulc changes In the pails of the tax itrtictwe Jusl mentioned," Morgentlmu said, "It Is essential to bent- In mind that mast of lliein would result in .eduction In the revenue producing capacity of the lux system." • • > '"I. have already emphasized the mppi'tance of not, permitting the -evcm'ie pioiluclng power 'of the tnx system lo be reduced at -this tbiic.-.Accoidlngly with the adoption of nny such changes Involving loss of levenuc theie should be associated icvenue producing revisions." Such, i epIacenuMit taxes, Mor- eei.tluui emphn'ilzed, should hase lie "Iciihl hairiitul effects" on bns- I.ess and should contribute ••'. to' iiealcv eqnlty In Iho lax burden. lie pioposcd that In 'making lax •cplMemonts "congress minimise Uic use of .'manufacturers': 'excises ml other commodity taxes which end to be shifted directly to con- timers, putting the emphasis on a.vcs based on. capnclty.'to pay." " Wrs. Susan C. Homer Dies At Age Of 86 Mrs. Susan C. Horncr died this morning at the home of her son, James G. Homer, with whom she, resided at GqlUmwood Point.' Death came at 7:30 o'clock after a lengthy Illness. She was'80. l-ong a resident of Cotlonwbod Point, Mrs. Hoi ncr went there 25 years ago from Poke, Tenn., where the family had resided for many years, '' The Rev: D. K. Foster, pastor, of the Baptist church at Caruthcrs- vllle, will conduct services Sunday afternoon, two o'clock, at the family residence, and burial will be made at the Carut.iersville cemetery. '• Othar sons who survive Mrs. Homer arc: W. J. Horner of Pok'e, Tcnn., Houston Horncr of Gracey, Ky., and Ed Hprncr of Lindon, Tcnn. ' Ccbb Funeral Home Is In charge. Old Chicago Mill Swimming Pool Opens The old Chicago Mill swimming pool nt the west end of Main Street will open for the season tomorrow Dnight' Benttey and Jodie Arwood have announced. They state that the pool, iias been completely overhauled and renovated and ts in sanitary condition. They say they will cater especially to private parties. WEATHER Hooking his left hand in his vest and gesticulating with his right. soda, leaving his uniform, revol- $28,283.284 toward the care ver, badge, mitts and a black leather wlndbreakcr In the car. While ho was having his s:da, crayons on thc thief stole them. was still good. This time, he said, performed with M aa-MB }^t t r s ^jsr^ssF^^^ ™rc^™^™ ^ ta -1 his final papers. ^'"Monl"atd red!!' 1 ,? JJ^SL '" ""^^^ MlKl " n «"' «**.*• rconv and reduce eye-strain. countrys 181,514 old age pej and the provincial governments contributed another S7,OVO.«21 administration costs. Thc D:minlon government pays wood. iitributed j Townsend Recovery PI an" and thh Com ») a ncier George E. Deatlic-r- D of the was followed by a talk along the *J* °L th f ,? ni ,f lsn °- f lllc Wh i le insloners. same lines by Mr Farrar -amelia tells thc .Dies cotnmit- --nients The music was' by Fowler Lcn- rfn '"^hmgton, that Amcri- . Pto dcnple-s orchestra, tLmv^ulo, ^ulKSZ''^^ pays rod J ' T ' aWl RayM °" d ^^.f-'ft^S^S-^-a provinces Ihe I tended. members at- Die witness chair, Arkansas—Cloudy, scattered showers in cast and south portions; slightly cooler In .northwest, portion tonight,' Sunday partly cloudy, scattered shOH-ers in extreme east portion. Memphis and vfcinlts^-Showers tonight, Sunday generally fair, not much change tn^temperature. The maximum temperature here yesterday was M,. minimum 68, cloudy with .07 of an Inch rainfall, according to Samuel F'. Norris, official weather observer.

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