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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 14, 1937
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TUB DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHMOT ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOLUMR XXXIV—NO. 230. Blythcvllle Courier Blylhevllle Dally News . ^ Blylhevllle Herald Mississippi valley Leader KLYTIIKV1LLU, ARKANSAS, TUKSDAY, DKCKMHKR M, 1M7 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CBNW U. S. VESSELS TO REMAIN IN WAR ZONE flTKK WPE EJUILI m. oi Awaiting Japanese Reply; New Pro- le-sl Is Also Lodged WASHINGTON, Dec. .14 (UP) — T!ic United States, awaiting a re- lily lo President Roosevelt's direct protests lo Emperor UlraliUo of Jupaii today lodjfe.d new formal | roprreenuutons with the Japan--' (•so foreign office over the destruction of the U. B .S. Panay. Reciting facts .surrounding the Ex-Governor Donaghey Reported Critically III UTTLE HOCK, Dec. J4 <UP> — Former Governor George W. Do- iiagtiey was In a critical condition at Ills home here today after suffering a heart attack hist night. Donniihey. former contractor und capitalist. Is 81. Physicians said lie was suffering thrombus of (he artery in (he 1 " right leg and a heart weakness. He I\CW UiargCS Mil At Cf)ll- slj'lulioiialily of Administration's Bill has been conscious only In short ix-riod'i jsliMV lie was stricken. Kecitlng facts .surrounding the I A/I'D' r bojnbiiig of (he U. 3. gunuoal, the ) U> V !V ' a y KCCCIVC - LaSC new protest demanded a formal apology "complete an<l comprc- lien.sivc indemnifications" and adequate assurance against similar attacks in the future on American nntlonal.s und their interests In China, by the Japanese military. United States Ambassador Joseph C. Drav at Tokyo was Instructed to present the new protest wlillc (he state department awaited receipt of Japan's reply to President Roosevelt's direct rep- rcsenialions lo E'»ieror Hiroliito. High administration officials indicate llmt the president would be satisfied only with nn apology from the emperor personally for the destruction of the gunboat by .Japanese military airplanes. Agamsl Former Official Tonight State Funeral Services Held lfailh Thl! Here For Aubrey Hannon | lhe cl!ai '» c Funeral service.? wore lield this afternoon for Aubrey Hannon. 23, who died Sunday midnight at Bay! Ark., after a brief illness. He stricken with an intestinal disorder and death came two days later while lie was visiting at tbe homes of his brothers. John Ed. .I-cster and Ltge. Ilaiinon. Hft had _Jiral_liere ji number of •••years Tlie Rev/ P. M. Sweet, pastor of llic Lake Street Methodist Church, conducted the services ul the iinnnr. Funeral Home and burial was made at Maple Grove cemetery. False Passports Used By Couple In Russia WASHINGTON, Dec. 14. ('uPl — The state department annouuc- rcl today that tlie couple travel- Ing in Russia miner the name.; of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lewis Kotluson, claiming to be. from Mew York, \\cre -• (ravelin;; oi. fraudulent, passports. The deiwrtmcnt announced that the couple, had obtained pnsvoris in Ihe names of persons now dead. The identity of the couple not established, despite an "xii L1TTI.E HOCK. Dec. 14. (UP)With the slate scheduled to rest some time today, (he second trial of former Secretary of State. Ed P. McDonald on charges of false pretense jimgresscd toward its close. Prosecutor Fred Donlram. during the noon recess, said there was a possibility that Ihc trial might be ended during a night session. In this morning's session the stale presented a long series -.ifI witnesses In ail effort lo establish evidence lluil the former secretary of state did not buy janitor's supplies for die slatehouse in eoart defense alleged Ihal were "political persecution." Hnrvey C. Couch jr.. president of the First National Bank (it Coiway, testified dial he purchased a drum of cleaning fluid from I. L. Ziebart. convicted soap salesman, and the nroscciitlon attempted to show that It was similar U) the drums allegedly bought by iXTcDonakl. A ,'Pulaskl county deputy shcr- ifi" testified thai he was unable to bring Ben Wolsberger, Memphis disinfeclaut nmnufacturcr, lo lhe stand because tlic Inlter is 111. Among those who presented testimony today, all of whom were from Little Reck, were Glenn Priest, assistant cashier of the Peoples bank of Little nock; Roy Rand. James I-'. Huitt, BUI Hatley, Harry Doivers mid J. S. Stemnt. WASHINGTON, Dec. M. <UP1- A new aKack upon the constitutionality of tlin smile fnnii bill today impeded cllorts of administration lenders to drive Ihe measure to sin early vole. Foes of the form bill, disregarding threats of .Majority Lea-Jet 1 Allifii w. Bnrkley (Dem,, KyJ lo impose night sessions to obtain early action, delivered new attacks on fundamentals of the measures. Senator Josiah W. Bailey mem., K. C.I scoffed at "(he idea of trying to control agriculture by placing penalatlos on interstate commerce" and declared L "r don't think the bill is COM- stilullonal bul I am. afraid if will sluy in effect a year." Bailey cited hLs own slnte in an etfort to .show that the-proposed crop control program would cost farmers millions or dolltus annually. Plrails for "Small Farmer" He especially pleaded for the semite to give consideration lo lhe "small farmer" whom he contended was penalized by liorhonlnl acreage reduction and marketing riuula restrictions. Bailey raid that the pending bill contained "all of the provisions" ot the Bankhead cotton net, n-liicli was repealed by congress after the supreme court invalidated the agricultural ndjusl- ment nc(. "I stand In (he presence of a] very mysterious bill," he said.I "You don't know what Its conse-j' (lueuces will be." .j "Bailey .said llmt the .farm 'bill! ii-ns based on co-erclou nnri all know its co-erclon." Orange Juke Periled The cold wave that nipped ears n\\ over lhe ocunlry, practically, readied down Inlo the Florida orange groves and tried to chill u large part of HIP nation's orange juice while It still WHS on the tree. Smudge pots, like those beside the heavily laden bnindu's of a live near Orlniulo, burned brightly throughout Florida groves invasion. lo combat Jack Frail's No Forma! Slep Toward Completion ot Waterworks Purchase Plannef.1 27,763 Dictionaries To Be Purchased By State LITTLE ROCK After brief discussion board of education Holds Minor Has Right To Redeem Tax Lands .- Commissioner of Education W. E. Phipps yesterday to proceed with of 27.70:1 dlctlon- No action to consummate the purchase of the. Ulyllieville:: wntcr- [ works will be taken by the city council tonight. Mayor Marion Williams snld this morning. The mayor said he had been advised by representatives of Ihc Ark., Dec. 14.—i bonding house which has been act- thc slatel Ing a.s the city's agent In the nego- authorlMd tlatlons with Kobcrt K. Johnston, \\as live secret department city. It was investigation by stale agonls in New York definitely established. however, that the couple, were not Donald Leivls Robinson and Kuth Norma Robinson whose names appear on the passports. LVITLE ROCK. Ark., Dec. 14— The stale supreme court yesterday decided that a minor, who wlth- In the proper time alter attaining majority, claims the right lo redeem property sold lo (he state for taxes, has the right to redeem not only his own interest but. lhat of olher heirs who may have lost their right of redemption. Such redemption of the whole, however, does not give, him title to the entire Iract of land but only to Hint, to which lie Is on- titled and thereafter hn has his remedy against Ills co-tenants. It was stilted. W. T. Harris, n minor, owned by inheritance 1-28 Interest in 180 acres of 10ml in Union county. The laud had been sold lor taxes nnd (be state had conveyed title to another in February. 19M. YOU BY : BCB !_ BUR MS __ Chrysler Over in France yon would naturally expect to sec the menus written in French but I never did see any sense of going in an American restaurant and havin' to wade through a lot'a French in order to get roast beef, ham and oggs. ar cabbage. I suppose some people jest naturally think thai "French" gives a place n loney atmosphere. I had an uncle thai had n sign on his dining room wall Ihal said "lei on parle frnncals." For twenty years my uncle had ben wattln' for everybody to git seated nl the l.ible— then he would point up lo {V Q „. , Ihls sign and say grace. Finally J ~" __ one day 11 stranger had dinner there ami lie looked up nt the sign and said "I sec you people .speak French here." My uncle said "No, we don't." The fella says "Well, what do you mean by liavln' Ihal sign up Ihere? It says 'French spoken here.'" I My uncle says "Why, that durn swlndlerl You know twenty years ngo a young fella came through npen I'.ere and he sold me that sign for Ht-c. S55-8 'Heaven Bless Our Home.'" 'May 53,1-4 Stock Prices NEW YORK. Dec. 14 I UP) — Stocks were steadier today on a more favorable outlook for early business recovery. A. T. mid T 145 3-1 Anaconda Cop 30 3-8 Assoc D. 0 71 Belli. Steel 56 Beoing Air 28 3-8 54 5-8 113 1-L 33 Coca Gen. Int. Harvest l>4 Montgomery Ward 33 N. Y. Central 18 7-8 Packard 47-8 Phillips Pet 38 1"! Radio 03-4 Schenlcy Dist 27 1 7 4 lie purchase arle.1 for the third, fourth nnd it'ih erodes wilh money from the free- textbook fund. The lexis will IK bought i'rom Laitllou' Brothers of Chica;;" and at 31) cents each or a tola 1 of $3,091.68. The books will supply only ID per cent of the children in tlie three grades. Department ociclais said teachers had been Inslviict- ivalerworks owner, leading to an _ugreemenl to sell for $300.000, that they would be unable lo lie here tonight and present tfie bond iimoiv ttailion schedule and (jive details on the revenue bond program which will bo iiews.iiiry If the purchase is made. Whether the waterworks purchase, already verbally agreed upon by Mayor Williams and Mr. Johnston, will be discussed by the council and lhe chamber of commerce committee named to investigate the F. B. I. ROT IN ioover sion Releases of Man Confes- Whom ShcriH Had Released WASHINGTON. Dec. 14 (UP)-director .1. Edgar- Hoover of HIP kderal bureau r>f invrellgalloii. ;imiounc«l (otluy that Woodrow Wilson Price, Independence, Mo., HIS been arrested In connection with the shootlni; of Special Axent Henry A. ftnow there Bee. 0, Hoover MI Id Price confessed the .'ootlnu mid lo nil extortion iit- 'iii|il. Hoover said Hint, UIR . shotgun, with which Snow was crlllcally wounded when he .sought to trap an extortionist, \vns recovered from Price. Tlio weapon, Hoover iald, is now held by thu P, I). I. An extortion letter, demanding 'don. mid nrcompnulctl witli Hire-ills was mailed lo Howard 1), Jacobs of Tudqiendeucn several Gov. Bailey Reported To Be Making; Progress M'lTI.K HOCK, Dee. M <UI>)~- ilospllul ntlciulanUi loduy snld Oov. Carl I'.', liniley was making •allsfudorv ivcovcij 1 from (in op- enitlon performed en him late list week and would be removed to Ills home by Clulsltims Day, .lames I., nianrt, secretary to lie Kovwiioi 1 , said the chief exc- MHIve was expected back to Ills olllce rarly In January and that •In 1 oil conference cnlte! liy Clov. •;. M, Marliind of Oklahoma, had iiM'n set bnek ' from January ri ,o Jiiiiniiry U4 lo bo cerlnln tlml Oov. llulli-v had virnveri'd siillkl- ly lo ul tend. tlnj's before Hoover Snow was wounded. •rtl By Sheriff HUH Kherln .mines Localion On Field To Be Determined Not Later lhan Tomorrow structlon of high school the new stadium A, Williams ot Jnckson county, Mo.. Qwlio lust week demanded a urn ml ury investlijallon of P. u. 'irjcnts and said "lo hell wilh J. Eilfiiir Hoover," hurt iiircsled Price ind released him last week, after i|ueslionitii!. Price. 23. Is mnrrlnl und ihe father of two siniill children. Price will be arraigned In Kansas Clly loday nntl charged with assault on a government otllcer punlshabtii liy lo y car s Imprisonment nnd extortion, pimklmble 20 years Imprisonment. I'rlce was arrested today. Hoover laid lhe suspect ndmlllcd mailing thi! extortion letter to Jacobs on Dec. ;t. ,vllml Ksoaprd Trap "Wf asscrlftl tlml Price. ad* mlUccl (jolni; (o (Iiu pnyoir scene, ncflt- ttie _ n , 'ind Alt<|ii railroad trucks at Independence, the nlghuof /Dec. 0 Ground will probably be broken Wednesday or Thursday on eon- Blythevllle at Ifnlcy Field (hough details of the cxncl, stadium location hnd not been worked out early tills afternoon. The Dlythcvllle school board Is, -~ scheduled to meet tills afternoon I through (ho Held*, I cnne.ssce Representative Dovibts If Rciosevcll Has Read Measure WA8HINOTON, Dec, 14 (UP)— Olmlrmaii Hnm McHeynoUls ilVm., Tenn.) of llu> house foreign affairs cojiinillli'i), siiKgesled In floor debate lo<lay tliat President Rooscvell Ims not read the bouse version of lbi> wngc-hoiir bill and mny not favor It. "r dare suy tlml lhe president lins not read Hits bill," ^rcReyllolds asserled. "Hushics coudlllon now are fur dltforenl from what they were In May when hi! sent his tucs- on wages mid hours," "Have you heard a word from Fleet Commander Says American Life and Pro- .pcrly Will Be Protected him?" bill. "No possibly jiisllfy tills hill." he s«M. challenged advocates of the Democratic pleclqe coultl to meet Jacobs. When met Snow, lloovor quoted Price as saying, lie fired on him with n shotgun ami then fled ed to retain chnree of the books' Proposal of other parlies, at the j regular monthly council mceliiiK lo- and to distribute tiieni amon; plls for clictiotiary drills. I nlglit remained uncertain. Funeral Services Held For Peach Orchard Girl Funeral services were held this ifloriioon for I.auisc Franks, cishl- ear-old sister of Mrs. Claude Stewart, ng at I; Youth Is Hurt When Struck By Truck or not Inlcr than tomorrow morning (o decide finally upon the exact location of the .stadium. A number of WPA wrokers will probably lie assigned lo lhe stadium project, beginning tomorrow and some nutlerlnl Is nlreiuly on the ground. While the school board has on hiiiifl mourn! $2.000 Ihal can be use<i In construction of the stadium a bond safe campaign to raise about $1,000 additional, needed lo supplement a WPA grant for the 531,000 stndlum must be concluded within the next few days by a public campaign here. I.yle Diicus,. Icn-year-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Dacus, re- struck hy a truck driven by Ti-1 rout . _ , ... „.. south ird. Mo. 'Hie Rev. H. Lynn Wade, j 21st street. pastor of the First The boy was removed lo the church, conducted Hie services at Blythcvllle hospital in n Cobb am- Salesman Hurt Sunday In Highway Accident John Hartley, 28-yeur-old sulos- man. narrowly escaped serious Injury when he was struck by a lilt '" | and run ! 1S four mil, who died yesterday morn-! gcrt Robinson last nljhl In fn 'ter home in Peach Orch-! of the Daciis house, al 423 Sol of confined (o Ills bed for a few days because of a sprained and dislocated right ankle which was Injured when n trailer ran over both of his feet after It had simple lib shoulder and thrown him lo the tnip sel for him. Snow is hi an hospital wounds, the Independence from his Main streets platform for A. a, wholesale grocer. ic ill three weeks ago from a bone infection. Besides Mrs. Stewart, she is survived by her mother, Mrs. Lcln Franks, and four other .sisters and two brothers. Cobb Funeral Home was in charge of funeral arrangements. York Cotton Simmons Socony Vac. . Sid. Oil N. J. Texas Corp. U. s. Smelt. . 21 1-2 14 3-4 43 3-4 38 3-8 Gl 50 i-a NEW YORK, Dec. 14 (UP)-Collon closed steady. open high low close 803 812 801 812 808 815 807 813 Dec Jan Mar May Jul Oct 815 819 828 830 825 825 829 837 815 819 823 830 822 823 828 831 SUPERSTITIONS Spots olosed slendy at 832. up II, Orleans Cotton Chicaffo Wheat May opon 941-4 92 high OG 92 3-4 low 94 1-4 91 1-2 close 95 7-8 92 5-3 I NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 14 (UP)— j Cotton futures today jumped 20 I to G5 cents a bale in a market strengthened by foreign buying. Chicago Corn high 51 1-4 59 I--I low close 55 6-8 58 1-4 56 3-4 Dec. Jan. Mar. May Jul. . Got. open 821 822 829 829 832 835 high 827 828 835 835 838 813 low close 819 827 82-2 826 829 835 829 831 835 58 7-81 Snots closed steady at 835, up 10. In Syria, dough containing a silver coin and hung in a tree, becomes leaven at midnight on Epiphany, Twelfth Nighl eve, according to supei stilion. today in giving an account of It. Hartley had stopped his car for minor repair nnd was walking around the front of lhe machine when tlie small four wheel trailer of an approaching car struck him. He was able lo drive his car to Osccola where he was given first aid before lie was brought here. Although the trailer tore lhe sleeve from out of his overcoat, as it struck him. his shoulder wns not Injured. Frisco Agent Silent On Side Track Work The Frisco ngent, here Uxlay said he hail jio Information concerning activities of a crew which appeared to be preparing a track bed for the side track ivlilcli the Frisco pro- noses lo Inslall between Ash and to serve n loading ' ~ Slilbley. local The track has been the subject of much controversy between the Frisco and lhe city of Blylhevllle. Several wcek.s ago E. L. Wcslbrook of Jonesboro nnd the city council arrived at a compromise agreement whereby Westbrook would Iry to get ncrmlsslon of the federal court at St. Ixmls. which hns control of the railroad, lo install crossing gales at Noble nnd alencoe streets here In exchange for the city's agreement (o allow Installation of the side track. Westbrook said tit the time that «-ork on the side (rack would cease until he could gel the court lo net on the request. Permission was subsequently refused but. the city still has criminal cases against Frisco railroad men pending In municipal courl here which may lie re-Instated and prosecuted if the Frisco attempt 1 ! to lay lhe side track. It Is reported. Photographer Cleared Of Statute Violation Tom Soulhworth, photographer who recently located here, as ac- oultted of a charge of violating an Itinerant photographer statute by Municipal Judg, this morning. ]>>ylc Henderson The act compels the payment of a large fee lo the cmmly by an Itinerant photographer and the posting of a. substantial bond, In the discretion of the county clerk, who Is the officer designated to collect such fees. The charge agalnsl Southworth was filed at lhe request of another photographer. Yesterday's court session was devoted to public drunkenness cases. Five defendants paid HUM or forfeited cash bonds. Judgment Against Phone Company ,1s Affirmed IilTTLE ROCp. Ark., Dec. H- The stale Mi]iremi:' cqiui yesterday (ilfirnled. the judgment of a! county circuit court award- M. A. Matlock, Little Ucck lawyer. • $1,315 (ttatiitory pemillv Qitnlnsl tlm Southwestern isell Telephone company for depriving him of n listing ns n Joint user of the telephone service botwen January I. 10M, and Sept. 1, 1930, Dec. 1-1 (UP)— Admiral Harry K. Yarnell, command- Ilia UIB United States fleet In China, declared etnpJiuliCAlly today (lint tlie United states would Ignore any sUKgesttc,:! that It remove Us ships for safety and (lint tlio navy would slay us long INI Is necessary to' protect American life and property. A Jaimnnse nnvv .spokesman had" ilald previously that the UnSted States and Britain had been warned- It would bo advisable to withdraw 'liclr .ihl]XH for safety's sake. Later, through the Dome! news agency, corrcsponde'nU were asked to withdraw Ilia statement und kill an- references to It. Dmlta Withdrawal Planned " Admiral Yarnell then announced: "With reference to a statement by a Japanese nnvnl officer lhat American naval vessel's would bo withdrawn from the Yangtze river at the request of Japanese author}-. Ik's the commander In chief of thn Aslaltc fleet denies any such utate- mcnl was made. '><.., "H would not have been approved, If It lind been made. Vessels' ot Iho United states navy -now In Chinese waters will remain there for Iho protection of dulled States nationals as long as such necessity exists. "Tlio U. S, S. Oahti was directed to bring survivors of the V. S. S: Pnnay to Shanghai us no other vessel Is available, She vvlll return to >ei- slatlou In the. Yangtze In the course of time." Apology Not« Dellmrd TULi warning wns given an thn Japanese government Delivered a noto of apology to the' Ainerlcan embassy at Tokyo nnd as American, firillsh and Japanese worship* Little Red SchoolKouse Still Produces Scholars WESTPIELD, Mass. (UP) — Tilt! "llltlc red sciioolliousc" still produces lenders, as shown by H-ycnr old Hetty prance Washburn, youngest of 1,200 pupils in Westflclil High School. Belly began school al 4. skipped the third grade, and was graduated with honors from Montgomery's Corner wliool. She lives on a farm In Montgomery and travels 18 miles dally to und from school. JGooclfcllows To Make Plans For Drive Tonight club campaign lo lor needy families Plans (ire going forward on the Clood fallows raise money miller Die dlrccllon of Chnlrmnn Hugh Hnrbcrl. At a in'ecllnR lonlfdil tlm personnel of the drive will be selected and the campaigning 'n earnest tomorrow. begin Accused Slayer Will Face Preliminary Hearing CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., Dee. 14 —LcRov Myr.ick. 23. accused slaver of Ed V. Olree. 41, who succumbed Saturday to Injuries received during an alleged holdup Nov. 13. will be held Wednesday before Ma?lslralc D. A. Hedge at Hayll. Tlie attack on Olree occurred nl Hayll on the night of Nov. 13. Ho was found unconscious in a coal chute the nexl day, apparently liflvin^ been robbed. Myrack wns arrested Saturday on n warrant requested by Tom Olrce of Wilson. Ark., brother of the victim. Funeral services were held for Olree Sunday. Wilh less thnn $30 collected thus far. members of lhe club have a great deal of work before them. It has been pointed out. It will take the cooperalton of lhe e-n- |tlre community lo provide enough food, clothing and money lo give the Indigent families of Blythcvllle a Christmas Itwt even approaches being merry, those in charge said today. The people wlio will receive aid frqm the Ooodfellows club nrc all worked iirBenUy Jn concert lo res- cw. survivors of a Japanese alrplnno attack on four United Stales vessels, Including-, the navy gunboat Paimy. ' '!'.,. The toll of known dead In the Panay attack was Increased to two. Tlio Unlled States cruiser fln'ti- shlp Augusta, was advised that the American bluejacket killed was Charles I,. i.^mli\Eer, storekeeper, flral class, of Ocean Beach, Calif. Italian nits' In addition the Augusta was Informed Salidro Simdrl, one of the foremost war correspondents ot Italy — Japan's new ally In nn "anil communist" pact— died of wounds he received when flecls of Japanese fighting planes swept down In bomb and machine gun attacks on the little Panay and three Standard Oil steamships. Many Americans and several foreigners aboard tlie Panay and the Standard Oil ships remained un- accomilcd for though most of them were believed safe. It was with the knowledge that some of (hose missing were wounded, however, and thai nearly all were suffering from two days of exposure In the rigorous Chinese winter that the rescue missions oi three governments sped their work. TOLEDO (Uf 1 )—Seedlings froip the famous 400-year-old "Ix>?r.n Elm" near chillleolhe, o., under which Chief Logan of the Shawnees delivered famous orations, will be planted In Toledo lo com- •""mnraie (he city's 1M7 cenlen- nUl. listed on relict rolls. Cards are given lo Hie more needy of Ihose on the list and these cards arc redeemable In baskets provided by the club at a lime to be staled later. No baskets will be given to anyone without a card. Boy Scout troops are repairing loys for lhe baskets. They have facilities to rejuvenate many more toys limn they have received." If more |>eoplc will send old toys to them, many more children vvlll be made happy because they have something beside tlin bare necessities of life. Clothes and food stuffs are to bo taken to the American Legion Hut and the toys to the high school. Cash conrtlbutlons will he accepted and recorded by members of (he American Legion and at the Courier office. Youn; Wife Dies After Three Days Of Illness Mrs. Llllle Bell Shields, 18-year- old wife of Norman Shields, died early today at the family home near Gosucll llirde day's after tho birth of her son. Funeral arrangements had not been completed this 'afternoon but burial will probably be made tomorrow. Besides her husband, Mrs. Shields Is survived by a young son, Norman jr., her parents, Mv. and Mrs. A. B. .Murphy, lour sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Brltton, Mrs. H, H. Head, Mrs. Clyde Wlllyard and Mrs. Claud Heath, all of Gps- nell, and one brother, George Cooper, of Georgetown, Miss. Hanim Funeral charge, of funeral Home Is In arrangements. WEATHER Arkansas—Partly cloudy tocloudy with some rain In extreme north and extreme west portions tonight nnrl in west and extreme north portions tonight and Wednesday; not much change in temperature. Memphis and vicinity — Partly cloudy lo cloudy tonight and Wednesday with probably occasional rains, not much change In temperature; lowest temperature tonight, 46 to 48. Tlie maximum temperature here yesterday was 54, minimum 32. cloudy wilh a trace of rain, «c- cord In j lo Samuel P. Norrts, of!U clal weather observer.

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