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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Served by the United Press VOL. XXX—NO. 157 HKTHEVIELE GOCKIEK THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI - r Blytuevllle Dally,.Newi. BlytlartU* Court*. Vvlley Leader. BlrthfTlU* K«rmld. B1.YTHEV1LLK, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, SKl'THMHRK 18, 198S SINGLE COPIES. IVE CENTS; 15-CENT COTTON URGED AT WASHINGTON IIOSEVELT PHIS Observations = liV 0. K. B.r iiv tiling in Mic address deliver- 1 • od by Conure. l sman Driver the other) .night ill l In- NRA rnliy that seems 1 lie mi- above till else to merit rell-, ] (union was his -wauling Ihut'va'i [must nut be too impatient at the . (progress ol Hit 1 recovery program | UlllcSS Ol 11L il s apparent failure to bring; _ . \i • ~ i> T ' immtcllule personal benefit:, lovitch: Uther [Nations Lome loimuinii of us. [BBOPE'5 New York Parades for the NRA It must ti- nearly loin jlhis country remembered thai tor years conditions In went steadily from Platinum Ster and Camera Man in Surprise Wedding at Yuma, Ariz. HOLLYWOOD. Cal., Sept. 18 (UP)—Jean Htirlowe, the screen's fumed pla'.lmim blond, took her third husband today. Surprising the entire film colony, Hoosevelt Ls warning the world arms''.than six months ago we stood on i she boarded an airplane, flew to conference that he will wash his L i lL . blink of /,iiuullv compii'ie; Yumn, Ariz., and there was mar- hand. 1 : of the whole program nnlcsbj (.conumie collapse. The first prob-jried to Harold Rosson, well known (lie dilly-dallying over reaching an; 1( . m confronting the Roosevelt ad-J motion picture camera man. aimament reduction agreement is; .u..-.i: t!ti::cii '.vas lo U\CM disaster 1 The ceremony \vru> iXM'formed by ended, Ncrnmn H. Davis, the prcs-j c f n ^ mi \ i-hich would have made! Justice ol the Peace E. A. Free- U. S. Is Througl Nations ( An Agreement. PARTS. Se|)t. 18 <UP) -President tad tu worse, and that llltle more dent's special envoy, laid on His ] v ; 1( . hardships of the depression f.nival here today. J purled appear inconsequential. This, Davis came from London wiMi I t . y decisive und far reaching ac- Arthui- Hendei-son, president of the Lj oll wlls done. T j, c scc ond prob- Cieneva conference, for prclimlu- lcm was to i,, y ltte foundations ol ary French-Brill'h- American talks j lln c <, ol , 0 .i]j t . slruclurc capable ol here. i giving the people of this country Davis stressed thai there is no ;hc p roEperity ft . nich OU1 - resourc- Roosevelt disarmament plan and :es aW ii'i y alul energy Justify. A thai the United States is contrib- 1 ^ M] K ,. 1It nas bei!11 mn( i e . we utlng nothing new to the conversa- I luns. standing on the wide proposals It has already made. Davis Is visiting Paris to learn what the French and British are willing lo dr.. 4:30 a. in. Miss Harlowe and her third husband returned here immediately In their plane. arriving at 1 a. m. . Miss Harlowe and Rosson lmd| been seen together frequently of recent weeks but there had been no intimation that the romance had developed to the point of marriage. The screen siren's first marriage _._ ...... ....... Should noi jeopardize our future by ' was to Charles -F. McGrew II. of demanding the iui]>ossible. I Chicago, whom she divorced In 0 Oo I January. 1931. Her second husband Perhaps the greatest danger in-|\va s Paul Bern, prominent motion herein in ihls greal national re- picture producer and director who covery effort is that it strengthens S. Program .strongly held by many of c v Sept. 18 <Ui>)- , t)lal n]| (hal , |1QCCS •vernmem. it "y n 'I create prosperity is for t Dislike U. S. WASHINGTON Tlie British go 1 understood today, has intimated lo the United States through am- ha«artor Norman H. Davi s that the new American navfil building program is likely to have a dumpen- im effeci on the world disarmament conference whe il reconvenes in October. the belief, already apparently of our peo- ssary to commuted suicide September, eminent to adopt certain lines of action. Nothing could be further from the truth. No government creates wealth. The most il can do is exercise such control over ihe conditions under which wealth is created a s to facilitate creation of wealth by the people themselves. It can also, of course, Ihrough tax- nlion or other means, exercise con. . „ , siderable control over thc dlslrlbu- Liquors ot 16 icars Ago.tum of wealth. Extreme care must be used In thc exercise of .even these limited Grandson Finds Rare OMAHA tUP) — When nrohibi- 1 ion came in 1917 it heart, of John Linder, broke the Powrs. patriarchal, lo 'he For a program which Is marked advantage of one 1932, less than three months alter their wedding. Miss Harlowe said she had known for two years and thai they had been planning the mar- for some time. Kennett Truck Driver Freed in Fatal Crash OSCEOLA, Ark.— Edward Gibbons, Kennett, Mo., truck driver, was released after trial in Magistrate P. W. Holt's court at Joiner: Saturday on n charge of man-' slaughter. j Gibbons was held following the dealh~bf Joe Edward Carler, driver ] of a Camthersville, Mo., truck, and Ten Prisoners Flee From Jail in Alabama COMJIvTBlA, Ala., Sop',. 18 (UP) —Ten prisoners, six of them white. Aliped from Shelby county jail pdny mid at lensl three of lliem led down the lice Lino highway In ah automobile driven by a white woman who" awaited them In the shmluws of ihc jail wall. Sherllf Knox \Vooley. np|>eal!ng lo imlhorllles to watch highways, Mill) tsvo long lerjn white convicts fiom Kllby prison u*ed H smuggled puss k:-y mid led eight others to liberty. Shi-rill Wnoley suld the lwo| slate 1 prlwncrs. Pratt NorthetiH 'JO, mid Ernest Powell, ^'J, were visited yesteiduy by a wcmmi, pre- suuuibly the one who liud the eight tyllndei- machine calling for them believed she smuggled Key with which they UK HIT, lUIll Planters and Law Makers Meeting in Effort to .Work Out Program. WASHINGTON, Sspl. IB IUPJ — nuton planters and southern leg- (o meeting here In an effort si>ced turl^-ir federal action Uiward Hiding cotton growers, were culled on today to support reso- lu'lons urging currency Inflation i'i:d abolition of trie cotton processing tux. J. S. Wsnanioker, president of I IIP Anglican Cotton association, introducing the resolution threatened a selling strike by eolton irirmcrs unless the government rctcd as requested and also assured planter* a 15 cents a pound price for their product. Tlw convention, with representa- lives from eleven cotton planting I ....... .-, , . [ I Will Hear Complaints Ol slittes. ma called In the Hamilton \r i .•• t ni C I ' ''del after Senator -Smith (Dem. Violations ol blue tagle s . C.I and Senator Bankhead Pledges. a procession of 250, r ;03 persons tribute lo the imlltmii! recnvtrv for ten Here a Greatest parade In ihe history ol a city ol paiadcs hours up New York's famed l'7ft]i AWMUIU in silrrin portion of the parade passes through Madison Square. Mure than l.OOO.COu spectators Jammed the sidewalks to make this America's largest puicf-llm-j demonstration. marched program. . white-bearded pioneer licmor deal-. part of our population frequently I llls helper, Maurice, Sides also ot ef. He closed-nils-pi ace and to .the disadvantage of another) ennithersville, whD)were''kllled 1 'ln a short time later. The Under land for that reason may In the| the accjt j ent resulting from a col- Building was rented to firms In Jiang run result disastrously to^ all. | lisioil of tll( , two trucks near other lines,of endeavor. With the'For if we have learned anything return of beer and the probable re- j from the depression and from the turn of hard liquors, John Linder I efforts at recovery it is that, no III, the grandson, recently re-! large class of our people can suf- established the John Under Liquor I fer economic hardship without an Company. Opening the large vault adverse affect upon the interests which had remained untouched; ef the whole people, through the years, young Linder was greeted by 40-year-old whis- wles, svines. cognac, obstnthe other sparkling liquors. The Our good oOo neighbor, the Mem- liq- the the Commercial Appeal, professes to believe that the thing which is needed to lift the cloud of depres I rion from southern agriculture is j the fixing bv government fiat_pf a uors had been left Iliere bv grandfather when he closed shop 16 years ago. • 15-cent 'price" for cotton. That 1 soundi fine, but in actual practice ! it would probably be about as dls- Nflt Permit Retirement '• anrous a thing as could hapjwn to [the southern farmer. Its immedi- NOBLEBORO Jle <UP)—Habits; ate result would be to make it im- hold horses as well as humans in! P^sible lor him to sell his cotton Frenchman's Bayou Friday mom- ing. Gibbons told Magistrate Holt the accident was unavoidable, attributing il to a depression in Highway 01 on the approach to .the steel bridge north of Frenchman's Bayou. Gibbons' statement was substantiated by the testimony of witnesses and borne out by the physical facts. Convert Slays Two and Self on j Dav of Baptism NEOSHO, Mo., Sept. 18 (UP) — A coroner's Inquest as a mere mor- mality today was to write final chapter in r> triple slaying Sunday, blamed on religious fanaticism. Apparently crazed a few hours before he wns to be baptl?ed with them, Harry Egger, 55. farmer, shot two neighbors to death and Hannah's Habits Would Ihcir grips. Otis G. Oliver, farmer, decided lhat his faithful nag named Hannah had served him well and de- i at any price. For there are millions of bales in American warehouses that would have to move into conquers of Ihftt killed himself. The dead George Clapp, 55, and hts Glenn, 21. The three were friends. All were then were son, Cold Keeps Roosevelt Away From His Office i 1 'Ihe compliance board, sel up by ''.<: locul NFiA organization lo deal with violations of re-employment \yiuemcnl pledges, Is now ready I'.' receive and heilr complaints, it was announced following :i Into afternoon at whlcn E. I). Ferguson was chosen chnlr- of the board and J. Mel JJicioks WLIK named secretary. Olher members of the board, chosen last we:k, arc O. C. Barnes, A'.vln J. Holly, E. B. Lyman Layson. Mrs. J. B. Cla: WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 <UP>— President Roosevelt Is suffering from n cold and Is running a slight Ed Walker, Arresled Following Fire at Wife's Home, Makes Denial. Ed Walker. Chlck'asawba town- j ship justice of the peace and dept'.Iy constable, was lakcn into custody this muming on a charge ol arson in the burning of Ihc residence of his estranged wile, Mm. Morgaretlc Walker. Saturday night. ^empyruture. the White nounccd today. Dr. Ross Mclnlyrc of the navy directed Mr. Roosevelt lo remain nway from the executive offices for a day or two In order to speed his recovery. Jesse Taylor. Compliant^, which may deal with nllegcd violation of Blue Ea;;le requirements by any business cs- wnnamaner, ^ i, Henry , endorsed by ,rk ami ca || s for 15 c < tablishment displaying that em- U:cin. should be f\lW In- yrlUng 'with the board's''secreliJry'r'wr. Brooks. Names of persons making complaints will b? held In strict ^confidence, when It Is so requested, and all hearing: on alleged violation.? will ;n executive ?osslon. be conducted Services Held Saturday For Blytheville Pioneer i Funeral services were held Sat-! urday at, Maple Grove cemetery j for J. D. f,fcCul!ough, 83, pioneer) citizen of Blytheville, who died Friday at Dyersburg, Tenn. The deceased lived here for a i number of years before going toi Union City, Tenn., 12 years ago to Vote Tuesday on Repeal SANTA FE, N. M., Sept. 18 (UP) —Two western states, New Mexico Mtca at a revival at uuuuuuuii *i"; i.uure, m •»» L.UH.> i,.,^,....,, . ,,.,. ... tnmnrrnir nil rtl . ,-eek. Egger asked the Clapn, prcptrty o[ a building ami loan " Vn t l u tiZ" amen, me t converted at a revival at Goodman The house, at 510 North Laclede, New Mexico and Idaho Legionnaires to Meet last v.-i lo help him fix his automobile in his- yard. "I 'want you to forgive any hard feelings," he remarked, picked up a shotgun, and started shooting. i Services Held Sunday Closing Stock Prices i A. T. and T 128 1-2 Anaconda Copper ... 18 1-2 Bethlehem Steel 38 3-4 Chrysler 50 3-8 Cities Service 21-8 Cbca Cola 91 General American Tank.. 38 General Electric 23 1-8 General Motors 341-4 International Harvescr 42 Middlewest Utilities .. 3-8 Montgomery Ward 251-8 New York Central 475-8 Packard » 43-4 Phillips Petroleum 18 Radio 87-8 Simmons Beds 2G .^t. Louis-San Francisco 4 Standard of N. J 43 I -S Texas Co 2B 3-4 it is doubtful if even so drastic a i procedure would, in the long nm. j be helpful lo the cotton producer. ! The simple and Inescapable fact is that what the producers of cotton, like all other producers, must have is a market. The market for cotton rests fudamentally upon the buying power of the consumers of rritton goods here and abroad. I There can be no increased con! sumption without, increased buying ! nower. ihe price of ntiociation. was damaged and Mrs. Walker's personal propi'ity was lOso damaged. The danw^ge lo the house was placed at S400 by Fire Chief Roy Head and Mrs. Walker's >'.<s was estimated at 5700. The fire broke oul in the rear of the residence about 11:15 o'clock __ Din ' Saturday night. Firemen noticctl For Mrs. BeCKy rOSteri Ihe odor ot burning oil when they I reached the fire. Some distance away from the house firemen found a bucket containing a small (.uantlly of oil. Walker waived preliminary hearing this morning before Municipal Judge C. A. Cunningham and was relcHsed under S150 ball bond to r.walt action ol the October grand Dem. Ala.) and other legislators had conferred with Secretary o: Agriculture Wallace und Agricultural Adjustment Administration olIlcUls. Deir,in1s IS-t'ent Cotton Senator Smith, who was elected chairman ot the meeting, said that fotlon farmers .were In a serious financial plight and "If there ever was a time for us to act, now is Ihc time. We cunnot afford any 1n n^er to be absolutely lennr^d." Thc all Inclusive resolution of Wnnamaker. who said It had' been ten southern slates, cents a pound cotton, Immediate currency Inflation, suspension of the processing tax, a loan from -the government on cot-. ton In warehouses, endorses any program to reduce acreage, and threatens : that '.farmers''will dls- TontlruVnelllng cotton 1 if they cannot get their requests fulfilled. Wanam&kcr said he believed the meeting should concentrate Its »t* tentlon on currency Inflation, iSc cotton, and (Million of the pro-: ccsslg tax. ' ' "Fanners have not got a cent of' | this processing tax money yet. They'. I w»n> supposed to get all of it," he> .said. Dlsairee on Tax, Wnnamaker started a heated argument among the conferees when jical of the eighteenth amendment. .Wed leaders predict they will be| li0 lo the 30th and :tlst slates lo ap-1 J° r , n ", prove the end of national prohibition. ~ Impartial observers gave Uo/th stales to the wel.s. Tomorrow's will bo the last repeal elections In September. at Lepanto Wednesday Nelll "Reed, post commtmder, _ and a number of members of Dud 'he suld that If the cotton process- Ciison post, American Legion, will I Ing tar; were suspended the price • ..... ,- ..,_,_. " Wednesday night meeting of Fifth district legionnaires at which Charles Q- Killey, slate commander, will be the principal speaker. Commander Kcllcy, J. II. Graves of Judsonla. state membership chairman, and other state Legion leaders be In Blytheville Wednesday afternoon arid will be Bandits Take $300 From •«r p 5± u .,^ "^."V^ Tennessee Toll Bridge CAMDEN," Tenn.. Sept. 18 (UP1 —For the, second time In a month bandits held up the toll keeper of Ihc Tennessee river bridge here and Cullnugh, of here. ne of whom Is T. E. Me-; three ] Wright. Mrs. J. M. Wright and A number of relatives from Tenn- Mrs. Mary Conlcy. essee accompanied the remains here : She had lived In the vicinity rection of Memphis. for burial. Osceola Quilt Wins Mid-South Fair Prize 1 of Sleele for 35 years. 1 The L. G. Moss Undertaking rcmpany was in charge of ar- langements. I Baby Dies of Measles, OSCEOLA, Ark. — Mrs. Ed L.| /\.i And arbitrarily trTadvance Qulnn of Osceola won first place, Uttiers in cotton, without any M the Mid-South Fair for her i-'iv Tin-ouch his lawyer F. R escaped W uii S300. E |-™nter Wl toSd t£ , Two nnidentmcd mc» scooped ^'charge M preposterous. ,, e clarlng |"«, '»5hf 5 receipts from a cash thai he had been at the home o,! "Bister and sped away In the dl- lus son on Lilly sired, in th3 company of neighbors, Saturday j :>'lsiil. and had gone iO bed ll'e time thc fire broke out. Justice Walker and Mrs. Walker | ii v/e been separated for some 'Sn ^'llie r g ^rS! STOCKHOLil-ToP.-Wh.n Has February, 1932 but no nnal juag- j ™*^- .Emperor of ou'nt was ever rendered. - i nt j Emperor of Ethiopia cotton would advance "at least ;hrce or four cents a pound." *— Thc argument soon spread to IrP". elude Inflation and the policies ot thc administration toward the farmer. "Let's don't weaken In our flgnc^ against the manufactr.'er and the exporter," said Rep. Gasque (Deai.,S. C.3 he said he believed the r^o'' cesslng tax was necessary and that the farmer would benclU from It if A. M. Wnshbitrn. Ed Crouch and' George Hamilton. All ex-service-1 men. whether members of the Ix;- plon or not. are Invited to Eillcnd.! Young People Invited to Nazarene Meeting cessiug tax merely paid the farmei', for destroying his own goods, so left him no better oft than before. If a processing tax were levied without asking any acreage reduction, he said, he believed the farrnV er would receive benefits. • • . Dyess »t Meeting OSCKOLA, Ark. — W. R. Dyess, New York Cotton NEW YORK. Sept. 18 CJP> — Cotton closed firm. open lilgh low close jcomoarable increase In consumer \ Iniying power, would result in dc' creased consumption, which In the long run would only complicate the situation. Thus while many cotton produc- lers feel that the NRA prograni is I working a hardship upon them, as j no doubt It Is In some of its as- 1 pects. it Is nevertheless the one thin? that promises most for them in the long run. The administration vecosiilzcs that in the general upward movement the advance in retail prices must not be permitted iit me ,Mio-oyuiii i « L| IWA nci t , . j pomegranate design quilt which she The death of a two year old baby 1 Firemen s entered in the applique quilt class. Friday was attributed to measles: Mrs. Quinn's quilt was return-1 while other members of the H. L.: ed to her. accompanied by the hlue King family, living on a Lee Wll-1 ribbon award. Recently she entered S0 n plantation near Armorel. were the quilt, which won first prize in reported ill with the disease, the better homes quilt display here | The baby girl, Ada Lee Klne. WASHINGTON iUP> — • odd" lives of lire fighters brought out by the annual d two years ago. In a national con-• succumbed Friday and funeralitf the Washington test sponsored by a well known mail SETVCCS were held Saturday while' ir i nt, submitted order' house, and was presented green ribbon award of merit. depreciated to the point where It'™' vrtll b\iy only about Wo-thlrds as ments. Oct Dec Jan Mai- May Jul 973 998 1008 1026 1W3 1062 997 1018 1027 1045 1060 1080 970 991-95''o outstrip the gains marie In 995 1016-18(Prices paid the producer, and 1001 1026 1043 1060 1026-271 acting to check such a tendency, 1042-43 : which has already become marked 1059-60!' n some lines. Inequalities are 1080 bound to crop out, but as long as Spots closed" firm" at""lOl5, up 45.1 "very cffoit l s made lo keep them 1 'n check, and as long as It Is clear » T /-i i ^«j*,,..i that the general trend Is New Orleans COltOri] right direction, destructlvi NKW ORLEANS. Sept. 18 (UP) —Cotton closed firmfl open high low close Oct Dec . Jan . Mar May Jul In the e crtti- program should be oOo The price fixing suggestion apparently has developed no clsm of the withheld. 968 991 968 991 991 1014 991 1013-14: support" among southern member: 1003 1024 1002 1024 ' 1025 1041 1023 1041 1041 1053 1040 1058 1059 1070 1059 1074b other members of the family. Including the parents, remained" III. — i Tne Cobb Undertaking company nur George S. Twelve times duri"-,- In of funeral amnge- much gold as it would when we were on the gold standard. The results seem to have been beneficial and it is possible ' hllt & "^V °e necessary to go further In the same direction. But It must be realized thit the benefits of such a policy !Home-Made Bullets Aided Marksmanship PELLEVUE, Pa. (UP>—Home- ftre" limited "arid the dangers'^ are | made bullets, resorted to In many great. Inflation is of positive and'.a crucial battle, were turned to a A crowded house greeted Evang- stntc rc i le f chairman, left Saturday cllst Gaar Sunday evening at the nlg [, t f or Washington where he i -i LP D R J' cllllrcn of thc Nnzt\rcnc when he wiu act ^ tnc personal representa- Llked HlS Brass Bed; delivered a sermon on the "Ccr- t ive of Governor Futrell, accom- tainty of Meeting God." panylng the committee of seven i—When Has The choir and congregational Arkansas named at a meeting ol . _.. .. Ethiopia andjSlnglng are being directed by Hll- Iarmers m utlle Rock Saturday to I Conquering I ton of J«da, Is 111, he man Bnrnnrd. who for a number of urgc UDon trcc president the mak- ] retires to the newly completed: years sanp sccond tenor with the t(rig ot an immediate order calling i Be k a Id a Hospital. In Addis Ab-i Vaughn Quartet and who has for $1 ooo.OOO.OOO inflation of trie ] beba, and goes lo bed In a sturdy, been heard over more than 10 modern brass bed. made tn Swe- radio stations. ! den. 1 A very special service has been I The Emperlor has. In fuel, six '_ announced for Monday evening. Swedish beds In his private hos-'Evangelist Gaar will speak to the member "of tlii committee, pital suite. The motor vc«el "Can I young people who are to be guests ton," of the Swedish East Asiatic'of honor. Students from thc high Company, Is now on its second > school, as well as from all the «f by Chief 'ii'iri- trip to Ethiopia with a cargo of I churches in the city, are especially , \vat----n. i iron and brass beds, because thc invited to this service tonight. Emperor was so pleased with the: These services will continue first one that he ordered every bed I through Iho week each evening at i '. 7:30 o'clock. Tile public „ , . Udd Jobs • Dnnn^t in KepO" Ihe department was called cc something nbou'. v.jndsrini swarms of bees. Twelve otii?r t.mes they answered calls to t'.nd ^at someone wan'.rd them I" ivy 'lie water cure on n both'M -'"no drunk. Wntson reported that on: Hie which completely decoyed dence was started by a fnirne'dWc" benefit"" to the debtor, in 'peacetime use by Bellevue police n totar'o"r immea. ... --- .. _.„ .... rlj ...^ „, ..... cigarette falling In a bird's n;st. The report r.iso sav tiiiit "". ' •which c!"ss m<5St own ers of farm lands. It Is injurious to the laborer, (he salaried man, the farm .tenant, unless his compensation with considerable success. the y«r. aarms or The borough officers credit Ihetr i i;ialely eight" per 0"nt -nutation of being among the currency to aid In thc advance'of' cotton prices. Another Mississippi countiun, J. P. Tompklns of Burdettc, is a' Totally Dry Banquet Given in Paris PARIS. (itP)—One of the few ,illy totally dry' banquets .ever held here firm. He did not even rest at that; every night table, sheet, blanket, and pillow case is also of Swedish manufacture. Gosnell Child Dies invited. best marksmen of the Pittsburgh advances as rapidly as the pur-i district to their extensive target chasing power of his dollar falls, .practice. And It was "home-cook- I cf congress, most of whom recog- ' nlzc Its dangers. Many of them, I however, are now urging currency • Inflation. We already have the Spots closed steady at S8G, up 39. equivalent of Inflation In a dollar It would advance the price of cotton, but it would not necessarily tend lo Increase the buying power of cotton in terms ot other commodities, and might even have a contrary effect. ed" bullets, some 15,000 of them. Geese Flyint South CRESCENT LAKE. Ore. iUP> — Flying wedges of southbound geese , Clubs, on A World Friendship Tour Stnt*« AiM* \n l° f EuroP 6 ' i ttve ft 5 art >' ln hont>r States AOOS tO of Theodorc MMT iner, charge d'- California Holdings aalrcs of the American Embassy, and of Count Serge Fleury, attache »T i\fmi rMi rnpi TInr-le of ' he French Foreign Office. AL-AMEDA. Calif. ( Uf'-" n ™| The me nu consisted ot turkey Sharron Powell. 10-year-old Sam soon will add a choice parcel I mrib crry sauce, sweet corn on daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud of real estate to his vast holdings the ^ , ce ' cream and lce water Powell, died Sunday morning at near here. i ^ „„ U( , uerei no cnam . three o'clock at Ihc family home Plans have been completed for near Gosnell. Her death was at-1 dedication of the new S1.SOO.OOO trlbuted to complications resulting 1 Federal base on Government Is- from tonsllltls land. The base Includes 16 build- Funeral services were held Sun-1 ings which house the United States ay afternoon at North sawba I Coast Guard, Bureau of Public - , cemetery with the Rev. T. H. Van I Roads, Forestry Service and other ___ ......... _ _ . vfiilcii'mado possible frequent prac- \ have ~becn"paying "calls to Crrscent' Bibber officiating. The Moss Un-[ Federal agencies. tlce. Lieutenant Price McPhcrson 1 Lake the past few weeks, long ; dcrtaklng company was In charge, Trre base hos been constructed ...... ... ........... . during thc past year on a 15-acre site' donated by Alameda citizens said. He estimated Ihe cost al.ahead of their migratory schedule, or fimeral arrangements. 42 cents for 100, less than one- Old residents predict an car'.y win-i I fourth the normal price. tcr will hit the West, ns » result. | The deceased Is survived by her parent'!, one ulster and one brother, WEATHER ARKANSAS — Fair, continued warm tonight and Tuesday. The maximum temperature here yesterday was 9T, minimum 72, clear, according to Samuel F. Nor- at. a special election two yearj ago. 'Tls, official weather observer.

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