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" - ' ' 'A ' V Served by the United Press BLYTHEVIL THE DOMINANT NEWSPAl'Ell OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOMEEDITION VOL. XXVII—NO. 30--I Blythevllle Courier, Biytnenue uourier, BlyUMvllla Dally News, ui vr-nrnrn , n tut*. XT.* Blytheville Herald, Mississippi Valley Leader. lil '' HlhVll.l.l',, ARKANSAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1931 SINGLE COPIES'FIVE CENTS DERKI Vote Sunday Baseball For Countij ISSUE pOPLE Authorizes Referendum on Question in Counties of 50,000 or More. i . _ i LITTLE ROCK. March 10 (UP) I —The senate today passed the I Oliver Sunday baseball bill. Thej measure would permit a referendum on Sunday baseball In counties having a population of 50,000 or move according lo the last federal census, and will now bs £.e[U to the governor for approval. Upon its introduction for final passage Senator Purklns moved '.he . previous question In order to pre- vint postponement of action on I Rabbit Leads Hunter and Dog to Death BELAinE, Md.. March 10 (UP) —An Innocent but thoughtless labbit caused the death of one man ;ind a dog, nnd the wonnd- inj c! another man near Aberdeen. The rabbit pursued by dogs owned by Charles Deader ran onto the farm of Harvey Bou'den, and Deauer followed. Bowdcn shot one of Deaner's dogs, whereupon both took pot shots al each other, according to the sheriff. Deaner was killed and Bowden wounded. IN ton THEFT HE Former First National Em- nloye Indicted With Three Others. Hoovers on Visil to A i line; Son voe oTe'VT to T, 1 . State Senate Sees Joe T. as Sole Hope of Democratic Party and Nation. clause was and an emergency adopted. Aflects Five Counties The measure is the third that hos found Us v:ay into the general assembly this session. Two previous bills failed to win the senate's approval. Senator Mitchell declared in opposing the bill it was "a well planned scheme to attract loose dolla chemc to attract every, Nclson and ol: T to five sections of the | inMon bv tri The presidential aspirations of Joe ' T. Robinson, senior United States senator from Arkansas, received the endorsement of the state senate yesterday with thei adoption of a resolution by Senator R. A. .hers urging his nom- the Democratic party. state." The measure would af-1 Tne nou ~ S e of representatives pos- fcct Mississippi, Pulaski, Sebastian, j ^ 57 ( 0 i a b;il by Rep. E. E. Jefferson anci Union counties. i Ai e ' xander {or a reciprocity agrec- A bill .introduced yesterday by' nt wltri neighboring states on ,n«fn» ITrn.rJ in t. nw.ltn. «AKnnnt E .. . ... Senator Ward to borrow $450,000 from the state building fund lor jnalntenance of the State Hospital .'.or Nervous Diseases today passed t 'h_e upper, chamber by the vote of .17~to~ D. 'The measure would put up as security' the building and grounds of the present hospital. . A measure to regulate El Do- operatlon • of motor vehicles * by hon-residents. While the exact terms of. the bill are not known here Jl is understood that it"- : un-' dertpkj-E to eliminate difficulties that have arisen in the past- over licensing, requirements for commercial and other vehicles operating across state lines. Arden B. Crowder. former em- ploye ol the First National bank here was indicted by federal grand jurors at Helena yesterday with A. E. Scott, former cashier oil the bank, Junlus Shlpman and Izzy | Thomas, ex-employes. Growler's i name- had not been linked before | with those of the three men who j were arrested when a shortage of i approximately $50.000 was discovered in December while the bank had suspended business. Crowder had not been employed y the bank for almost a year before the'bank suspended business last December. He had bean with the institution about two years In the bookkeeping department. Eipwt Trial in May The Blytheville bank officers an-; employes will face charges in federal court at Jonesboro In May. j Three officials. of other tnnks at Helena, Pine-Bluff and Little Rock were p.lso indicted by the Helena grand jury. The Indictment against Crowisr- was read through error by Judjei Martlneau at Helena before the b-! cal .man had bec.n arrested. Eir]v this afternoon no federal officer had arrived'here to take Crowder intj custody. Although. Crowder,.could no: b: reached for. a statement It was understood thai the former bank branch. Would Tax ' State Employes rado jailer's fees, passed the upper, Another .bjll by Mr. Alexander ' '" and other 'members of the house, which would have required bus Senator Thornton's bill to pro- operator ^ to prov lde sjparate com- vldc revenues for the common p artrrim ts for white and negro pas- schoDl fund by placing a three per seneerSi was defeated in the house, 35 to'25. . .The Nelson .resolution for- the j nomination of Senator Robinson cent tax on salaries of slate em- ployes passed. It would divide the revenue equally between 'the com- ^ „„„„ „. „, mon school fund and the state! d eci'pired~tnat"hl""eTefi!lon to the equalization .fund.. Keapportionment Tabled presidency would tion" from the "retrieve .the na- "grcatr-st peace time crisis.in its history, in which factories are closed, milhons of earners out of employment, \.dgt! t;uiiiui^ UUL vi ciinjiwji*4vt»i. r „ «t,( business at a standstill, and mm- \ *?"• ? h ! pma 2 -*** Thomas v.-crr ger In all of its hideous reality is fastening its hold In thousands ol heretofore prosperous homes." Speaking for the resolution Senator Cried Caldwel! said the nomination of'Senator Robinson Is "the Tne liouse yesterday defeated the bill by Whcatley proposing to, re- opportion the representatives in the legislature. This action makes it certain that the present basis of representation, which was adopted 40 years ago, will remain In effecl for at least two years longer. Bthlinger of Franklin offered motion to table, eliciting a response from Wheatley. "I'm willing to yield lo a motion _____ to table." he said, "as a test of the 1 i a \ election." f&irmindedness of the housa. Its! reason is probably obvious. The TL_~ ^'11 __ ] '_ gentleman from Franklin knows | ' "«C RlUefl 1H that he already has more repre- j Crash at Mounds, Okla. sentatlon than he deserves." The motion to table was adopted. ' The last -apportionment 1932 Emblem? Credit Board Takes Immediate Action Following Supreme Court's 0. K. LITTLE ROCK, Mavch 10. (UP) j— Arkansas' $1.500.000 drainh relict 'fund approptlallon by the 48th general Assembly is available for j distribution and the first nppllca- | lions ore exacted to be filed today. County allotments were determined yesterday at the meeting ol the Agricultural Credit Hoard fol- $50,000 for This Co, Mississippi county will IK entitled lo 850,000 ol (he $1,500,OCO fund. Tills county's share, on Hie basis of value of crops produced In 1925, is W.6S5, but the clause providing for a maximum of $50.080 to any one county restricts Mississippi county to the latter amount. It Is understood that reprc- ccnlallvcs of a number of Mississippi county finance corporations are In Little Hock today, seeking to make immediate arrangements for a part of the money in Jtrder lo begin crop financing programs <it once. These ragged overalls will be thc campaign emblem ot the Democratic party In 1932 If Senator Elmer Thomas of Oklahoma, shown Ends Chickasawba District Hone of Equal Share of Highway Money. LITTLE DOCK, March 10. (Sp= : rial)—The hcus; of rcprcsontatlvsi this afternoon tabled Senate Bill 587 by Scimtor R. A. -Nelson, which would have given the Chickasawba district of Mississippi county an • even division with the Osceola dls- itrlcl of tho county's share of pro- cecds of the extra one cent gasoline tax and other turnback money. Brought to the floor of the house' In a wheel chair. Rep. E. E. Alexander, who has been In a hospital < following a fall (rom'n moving automobile last. Wednesday night, ] staled that he was leaving Little Reck .to undergo treatment at the JMayo clinic, Rochester, Minn., and I that as a. final request he wanted ! the 'house to table th2 Nelson bill. : | This was Immediately done, lima -. killing the last hope ol modified- ' : lion of Act. 03, imfier which the i mnjor portion of Mississippi coun- j ty's sr.arc of state turnback money will go lo pay principal and Intsr-, est of bonds sold by road Improvs- jiiient districts In. the south end of : 11)0 county. • ' • A delegation from Blytlievllie- j presented Mr. Alexander this morn- lnj with a ocpy' of resolutions adopted at n protest meeting of ' Chickasawba district taxpayers yes- ' terdoy in which his opposition to the Nclson amendmin V wearing them, can persuade the J dmncd . He ^ also , d n parly chiefs. They were.'.sent to! nood of i'lowlng a decision of the ttato'w- jpreuic court .upholding the consUr ! tutionalUy^of the act, creating tho board and providing for loans to him by a penniless farmer constllu- i>nt In Oklahoma and he says they are emblematic ot the plight of tlie limners at present. had talked with federal offlch!s a; I A father and mother on their way to visit un allln- son. President and' stricken fanners In the state's " « ""re .bout .board . tra.n at on the c'harg it gery f"t=-' Wasilm Bton for Ashevllle. N. C.. where Herbert Hoover, Jr., is re-; w „ jlted io $60000 rt o lleved here l-hat Crowder will e:<-' cuperatlng from a tubercular infection. The President declined the| cro p VR i ucs f or 1925,' members of perlence little trouble In makin:; j offer of a special train, and could not be prevailed upon to prolong; tho board said last night. bond pending trial. Bank Head A. O. Little, ex<_ Ident of the First National" bank, expressed surprise " that indictment a, had been returned' . the local bank appeared befor grand jury at, Helena, xir. said, iand the Indictment Crowder was unexpected. I his southern trip for a much-needed rest for himself. It was the first i At the meeting thc board draft- had seen his son since last October, although Mrs. Hoover has' 6 * 1 rule5 and regulations to be fol- Imi'WA In mplflncr fntinc (I'liinn u'lll made several visits to Sunset Mountain. arraigned in December and released on bond after a hearing b- 1 - ; fore Commissioner E. L. Westbrook i jr.. at Jonesboro. I Scott and Shipman were indict- '• cd by the grand Jury yesterday o;i j 1'S SISTER KFTBIl HIS I lowed In making loans which will i be used as stock In farm credit cor- ' Derations to be formed under the i act. According lo regulations set up '.by the board no individual will b? loaned more than 55,000 and each notihem and letters .ftoat' . ,>l county protest-': Uic unequal 'division of i thc turnback funds', but .remained",. . -Hrm to the end in refusing to ac-'Vjj ••.,•.• ceje to any change In the la;\ '•'; i "1*11 *t^'fs? i ?^^*=*v--^fctii£i;»'iv;..- •-•'•t^j Jonesboro Man Receiver for Browns and Biffings'l L. Q. Lane of Joisjsboro has-been ^ I named receiver for'. Browne and j Billings, jocal feed, coal and Im- I plement house, and Is operating T . ., ,.. . , Jonesboro Man Victim Or; *'«. business hero.' Accident Near. Marked the "man Tree Last Night. 1I1UUUI1 Ul OCUHIUI n-UUNlaull » mv . , , ——.««,. «.. only hope the Democratic party <**r»s of embezzlement and con- has ol winning the next president- •£»*>'* "taRpWng und, „, , te bank. The specific nature of thc Indictments returned against Thomas and Crowder was not announced Dnmatic Scene Interrupts Aged Eureka Springs Phy- Pvosecutor's Plea Death Penalty. VALPARAISO. Ind, Mar. 10 (UP) — Mrs. Murrell Clemens for SJcian Dies After Escaping stat « headquarters for the credit Dl • D '1 J' boarcl nave bcen established hi the blazing building. -olUce of the state auditor, and Gov—-^- iernor Parnell has Issued Instruc- March j ttons to let nothing interfere with for represenialive with thc exception of ] Pulaski. with five; Union. Sebastian, i Jefferson and Mississippi, three;; ^ ed "' c ^ cv " Benton. Crlttenden, Craighead. Mil-! ? R H avs W lAr niiflrhltl D>,nu— ct Ci rnnn 1^ = J - "• ""i 1 *' " MOUNDS. Okla., March 10 (UP) -An airplane crashed one .and le-half miles south of here to- jy, killing three and severely ijuring two others. The dead are: David Reed. 19,j T. Reed, and a youth injured were ,er, Ouachltx Phnilps, St. Franc,,; ^,. ™ e^^The' S EUREKA SPRINGS. Ark., Marcn i 10 (UP)— Dr C. S. Ellis, 72, for- immediate action on requests Uhr"ieked;'fainted""ar;d'w a sTar^d mer P« sidcnt ° f ^ SM * Homeo- ! loans for corporation stock. I from the court room today in a P atnlc Association, dropped dead; I tJrnmalio '.nte'rruption of Virpli n « r « toaay as he watched flrc dc- : ! KM-.land's trial on charges of mur- stro >' n building owned by him. , de-ring her sfs'.^r Arlene D^nvcs Dr - E"' 1 ' 5 nnd his Wlfc u ' erc forc ' Fxiv.-r.rd Freund. Vulnaralso nt- e d to n « from the four-;ton' stone lorncv for t!ie state, v.-a.^; rt-r. on nc- building. The blaze gained such: ing the defense for causing Ar- headway firemen were unable tot Ipne's bodv tr> bo exhumed for a £avc the structure. Mrs. Ellis suf- i srcond autopsy when Mrs. C!?i:iens fered a nervous breakdown follov:- Jonesboro man took. over .nagenicnt of tho company,. J yesterday after the petition for'In-'| i voluntary bankruptcy had been fil-,'-. • ed by creditors of the company In-.'•'• MARKED TREE, 4rk., March 10; federal court at Jonesboro. F. c:"• ;applicant must be a resident of the: (UP)—Pinned beneath his delivery] Doughs, local attorney, represents state and own property in t h c j [ruck when !t overturned from the | tho creditors of the company. •"•• county or adjoining ccunty In which , highway near here late last night,! I- J. Browne of this city had the agricultural credit corporation j Ted Wright, 25. Joncsboro. ArkJ been active manager of the firm of - : is operating. | burned to death. • Browne and Billings for a number. Wright turned into the middle ol ! o[ years. The firm has operate'd .'. the road to pass another machine.' here for more than 12 years end -. his heavy truck swerving from the ' -ncrly opcra'cd branch houses ir^ ' highway 'and overturning, then " t '- =r Arkansas towns. catching fire. Efforts OL passing motorists to save him were unsuc-j jLvnch Tcuvisif State cessful and he died before he could i 'n" i r> ir be removed from thc wreck. Hankers UTOUD Itt2 Thc loans will be made by the view that the stat? It was said. — " ; C3l!nr-Md. Ing the death of her hustand. She rrotestftnt Congrega-' "Oh, Oh. Mv Gcd!" Mrs. Clemens y;' ns r eP° rt «l In serious condi- T I ^ T In Lloyd E. Hatfield | Ne &[° R?! e . r of P eat !f ' Dies at Launta, Call Lloyri E. Hatficld. 37 formerly' CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.- Joe ,r t , ... : _ : luiintiiy. ...j....,.., nptrrn. hfl.1 hepn hnim-'. : screamed, and swooned. j Her father Charles Draves and I'licr brother Kenneth carried her | from the courtroom past ths ' judge's bench and into nn ante tlo n- fn n° f ( f S ' X ,,, Prole6tant i™m as thc jurors wntclied. Car Held to Grand Jury! rrir^tfi^CTta' r""" '""" " " gin March 29 and continue for or.e Anderson, negro, has been boun:l the action of thc Kiriclar.d. immaculately attired, Immovable as Arlene's other . week or longer. Pastors of the: sisters Elsie and Sarolyne burst In- -. and Mrs. Ellis were on the floor of the building \vhere Dr. Ellis' office and home was located when the blaze was discovered In the basement. They reached the street safely and a few minutes later the physician dead. B. A. Lynch, acting president of Ihc Arkansas Biinkor-, Association, Caldweil Bound Over r\ iL t /""L'1 1 I Is on a tonr of group meeting this L>eath Ol thUdmiS week prior to the' annual state M l-'UIUUt.'U, to, Ui HCil ' bound over to circu I preliminary hearing I ed killing of Guy Ci of here and late of Laj'unta, died In that city Frtdav He lived i over lo a *' alt UK acuon OI lnc here for 20 years before going to' P rand J ury on a charse ot man ' Colorado II years a"o He was R 'SJ au S ntcr ^ connection with t'r.o native of Indiana. ' j death of Paul Miller, six-year-old Besides his wife and three chll-i youth. dren he is survived by his father '• Anderson ran down and fatally | R. R- Hatfield, of this city. 'iInjured the boy on Highway 61 near j The remains w^re Interred at the • Haytl on Feb. 23. The youtti w.v. [ lajunta ccmrtery Sunday. rushed to the Blythevllle hospital i tnc actl vii!-s. where he died three days later. ! Tnere w111 bo First and Lake Street Methodist, I Took Cash From Vault of Citizens Bank at Harrison Is Charge. HARRISON, Ark., March 10. IUP —Bsn Mays, 35^ bro'.hcr ol Ed : Mays, prominent St. Louis banker, iwas arrested hers late Monday o 1 of meeting later in thc -month. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. Henry Accompanied by J. Louis Cherry, 43, of near Tyler, was he is In Brinkley today for a :uit court at a meeting of Group 4 ol which the _ for the al!?g- two Hlytluville banks are a part. ' killing of Guy Children, 35, of j TCmorrow he will te in Hot Springs Osceola, Ark. on December 7th. i for another group and Thursday Caldweil and Children are are! S ocs to Calico Reck. said to have quarreled, over a' married daughter of thc former.! ,, j rx I CL t v ^ An argumnt followed nnd n blow SfiCOnd QU3lie OnEKeS was struck. Chlldrcss died at thci Elythevllie hospital. | Caldweil was a, forme- Pemiscot, county deputy/ j TOKYO. March 10. (UP) 'second earthquake in two Northsra Japan Today First Presbyterian, First Christian I" \ He was released on and his hearing was set for Sat- IrdJan ¥/on?pn Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter i BUFFALO, N. Y.. Mar 10 Brown. ac.Tfl Seneca In-. vir'li "«1 urday. Mays came here recently to , — Nnncy D' J""T « collect no '=s o-.ved to the G.-and Na-1 dlan woman who admitted she kill-; KadlO laiKitlonal Bank of St. Louis by theied Mrs. Clothildc I.Iarchpnd be-! Citizens Bank and Trust company, I cause jhe believed the white woman i Lcndon Patrol's Prisoners j Just Day's Lost Articles Co ' Ed Advertises LONDON. (UP)—A police patrol leaves Scotland Yard promptly at midnight each night of the year for Male Escort STORRS, Conn., (UP) — There K.rS. "a^'buf h^hufband ™° «™« Weekly Flashlight was, .^^ by offlc ,. b t ^ and First Baptist churches have-P^ dMhcrp . back ' ^""J?,, ^ ' ' ' He ^ rc!caSCd ° n S1 '°° 0 '"^ already agreed upon the plan for-;"" 1 " ^ ±n™L ?,'° L 0 ^ n ; t „ . ,,, , „ , mulated at) the meeting of thc' i^tVnJi V n icted and "en • "HSIE'rSS Women S Head ' i ^ n ' S £ rS ' H A "!f °f, fyest .f rda , y a , nd ' tonced to the electric chair. " i .ithe Second Baptist church a so „, . ,, : 'plans to be included If the new' Othc , r ^fenseand prescuion; pastor arrives In time to take tip! p clmsel wnll =d to mlke tnclr c . 105 .;' Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, president:which closed In December and re- was a witch, pk-sded guilty In the : »" arguments, expecting to suDmit of (ne Bus | n ^ s ^.j professional | opened recently. Erie County Court today tc c: services held at Ktrklcm(i ' s fate to the )ury Wn'S-"-, W crr,en's club, will speak over Sta-1 \Vhlle here, according to A. T. t>f_fi rsc degree manslaughter, these churches each morning at • i tlon KLCN Wednesday noon. 12:15 ; Hudspeth, vice president of thc 10 o'clock and In the evening at : y . n I M to 12:3 ° on " Tn 2 History of the! company, he hid access to the 7:45 o'clock with the pastors doing; H(H tO KeV>al WaitieS I Business and Professional Women's bank vault Officials recently began, the preaching. ' -f {?„„..., Rnrrnwprs cili!) '" Mis5 M!nni o Matthews, a" missing small amounts of monay.! tlon ot thc sentencing judge. Eeginning March 23 there will: * uullui> "U>'«" cl » 0 {,her member of the local club, will About $50 in currency was marked be cottage prayer services and 1 sing for a brief program given as and placed. In the vault and Mon- vlsltation for six days as a prelude:, JN< ^ ilnf °J m ° tloni . c< ? t ; c JJ iTlin S 1lll 'j a part of ths National Business day If was gone. After tonkin? -The days shook Japan early today. It was less severe than that which dam- northern regions yesterday, second quako CK'.ued residents in the Amomorl region to (UP) leave their homes, again. Rprinrf«>f? !>t I^JJUUKU if- of The charge carries a maximum sr OSCEOLA. Ark.—Four cases ivallpox were placed under quar- 1 jentonce"o:To jwTlmpr'i'on'rnen" anttae during the past week in Os- but the term Is left to the discre- cco!a - The >' ars aU among «cgro faml!i!;.> but ars iridsly s:at!?rtxl, one case devtloplnj in 3=ch of ths four principal negro residence dls- Warns Priests 'Against Publicity; tricts of t'r.a town. WEATHER £V,f},j, r 3nf j fU: J * 0 '«-« °" u J' Illm ^ I Dead, Gas Turned On ARKANSAS—Partly clO'.jdy to for thc co-opsrallve meeting. ; identity of any World War veteran | ana - professional Women's Week, hours Mays was arrested nnd parti It Is the hope of the pastors to; rccclvln 3 a federal loan under t!i3|M rs reives Allen will render violin of the money found in his posses- ,»„,» ^ m m r^HLiv'TrTwrtwi arouse Interest In the revival so:" c!;at| y P^sei legislation will r.c selections, accompanied by Miss L> ision. It was tdentined by bank em- trip, calls at each of the 62 police ^f f,\ ? J. tL, <• i th I that every church may be filled' divulged, it was announced today one Callicolt. iployes stations and brings back to tho!™.^ 11 ^,"!?*. m ' e 'at each service. Music will be a ^ Mlss Car cy Woodbum. jccrclars ! , Yard all umbrellas. CMts. jewelry. " KKly "-"'"P""- 'feature attraction and the sermors for tnc Veterans of Foreign Wars. ! cameras nnd other articles that . "Wanted—An escort for the co-; are [0 jj e ot var i e d Interest ' aild Ssm Manatt, American L-:f ;;-i; r: Londoners are so In tho habit of'^d formal. Must dance well, musti . ' service officer. taj-hjMo taxicabs, restaurants; be falrly^od « ^^ W-O^^S^ j^': ™'.^ —-j ™ -^1» ' — j -A,' priests, he writes, in ^: According to the official ™t,u :of the "black maria," car-: h^t. . M.n with ^ dlspc,,-! ernor Wilbur U Cros, now has a | Arsons desire ofUn, «Wn, ..BBHI.IROTOK. Vt., March 10.! TU, regular monthly mee t, nj of | S^^ r^si^t ^h^ ^"S^^ "?! T . several gas ! the . Blythevllle city council has | tred character of our churcr.es and - grees and tiio maximum, 53 de- took his five-1 been postponed from tttright tintn | our ceremonies." ! gre-s, clear. On the sp.me day >r. in his arms.Thursday night due to the abstnc? i He also forbids -- - . . . BLOIS, tUP)—Esllglous services: should never degenerate Into mere I "social events." or become pretexts unsettled tcnl?l;t arid Wodr.e-sdsy. for personal publicity, according to Warmer tonight in ea;t and so;i;h | official Instructions Issued by the portions. HARTFORD, Conn. (UP)—O3v- ; tl'on have bosn made by Some of thc "black marla's" car-: height. Man with good dlspcsl-! ernor Wilbur L. Cros= now has a | persons desirous of sellli ep has included a J40.0MI diamondUtori and one who can get alsni red and white fireman's hat Incus I properties, automobiles and"ct!>er \ (UP)-A«'cr" opening ring found In a suttcr, three clla-.. with my friends preferred. Photo- h; wants to go to any fires. It was i goods, thc two bureau ws-kers «tv- Jets Wilson Foster mends worth $2,2000 each and an, graph need not be Included with presented to him at the-91st anni-ledln expUtaLThaAnd^ attache case containing I10.0CO in application. *•"•'•• """ "' -•<"->- •--» -• ••-- • •• • I™ ." < - ) ' !lial f l ' n * ™ al una - "- 1 co " >e«-o.a crippl.a Council Meeting to Be Held Thursday! B1 ^ op of " Ht> - s ,'° hls J \ "As priests," lie mites in weekly publication at Bcls, mzotiable notes. x r;«fe;f~^ ~-J£J p^l?w»^^s^.ars s%s,^: ssiysrsss^^VM ^a-js;^ %$£ I the next three weeks. eran Fireman 3 association. [issue the information. [ were dead when found. I tie Rock today: ' take part in a religious ceremony. In, his priests to a year r.'.'.o the minimum tempera- . rrc was 37 degrees and the max- Imum, 70 degrees, clear,

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