The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1933 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 4, 1933
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Served by the United Press IE CDUKIER TOT DOMINANT NKW8PAPBR OF N08TB1ABT ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION VOL. XXX-NO. 222 , Dally Newt. Blythevtils V»Uey I*«d>r. RLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, DECRMHBU -1, 1933 Action bv Utah Conven, tion 'Will Automatically Kill 18th Amendment.' Bv United- Pr«j! .' . . .Fourteen years,pf • national pro-, hibilion neared a conclusion toda'yj with Hie lederal* government and the governments; | "of slates that have eleetecl to' go wet making frantic last minute nlans to control the liquor Hood gales whiin thev ore evened tomorrow. Three stales. Pennsylvania, Ohio anil Utah, tomorrow formally ratify the 21 st. amendment. They will be the 34th. 35th. and 3Gtli stiilcs lo do so nnd tlift instant the last one nets .prohibition will'be at an enrl • . j, Celebratjons liy- -the hundreds were timed to begin on the second. Utah's convention meets at noon !>nd Is expected to become the 36th ratifying stale within an houi rrovided Ohio makes no efforts .to dela" its action in effort to ire the 36th stale. Ohio. officials haw promised that the convention will ucl. nromptly. In Washington government agen- elns concerned with liquor control were swamned. The issuance of permits . for liquor imuortalion.' wn<i lemnorarilv suspended pending a more satisfactory quota plan •'o govern quantity. 1 'The situation was expected to be clarified with 'he return of President Roosevelt . • the capital, u. "?nnwhile (South Carolina con' veiled its convention which voted apninst ratification of repeal. In various parts of the counln appeared contestants for ihe honor of bom? the first American citizen to take a lesal tirink in the United States since 1919. In New York Benjamin Decas- reres, the author, planned to havi a highball in one hand and a United Press telegraph operatoi at his elbow. The moment the instrument flashes the word tha Utah has acted he will down the highball. Ovr ICO Legion Members Credited to Curt Littl O. J. Little of this city appean virtually to have cinched the in dividual member-getting champ ionship of the -Arkansas depart ment, American Legion. The last issue of the Arkansa. Leaionnalre credits Mr. Little wit •.OB 1934 memberships, more tha double the number credited t hip nearest co.n.jetitor. Dr. Samue fi. Boyrc of L;itle Rock. Mr. Little apparently hns si°n eel up more thsn hall of the Bly theville post's 1P34 members. Th incal post is credited with If inpmi>crs paid up for next yea This is more than anv post the state excei.t. Liltle Rock. Closinn Stock Price* Utah, Long Dry, Will Deliver Death Blow to Prohibition Late Tomorrow Afternoon A Bird in Hand - - For the Koosovelts TEIT FIRE Here is (he building where tlwilejith blow will be dealt to pro-hibltton, the capltol of Ulah, it Salt Lake City. On Dec. 5, Utah Is scheduled to be the 36th and final state to ratify tne 21si IrejK-aJ) amendment. Above, lift, is • Secretary of State M. II.-Welling; above, right, tiov. lltnrr H. liiood. ly NBA Service SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, I Elaborate ceremonies will mark I read the certificates of election "the occasion. Admission to. the, nnd the federal repeal amend- 4.- -The knell of prohibition will main floor of the hoiise of rep- be sounded here, in the capitol ol j resentatlves' chamber will be by one of the most arid states in the | invitation only, with the gallery Union. At some time after noon, open to the public, on December 5. Utah will ratify Eighteen men and three women he 21st. or repeal, amendment to will march solemnly to • the ros- the federal Constitution; the '36th trum to sign the death warrant, and final state to take this action.; as members of the state Judiciary, Pennsylvania and Ohio hold: county and city officers, legisla- conventions the same day, but tors, the governor and hts aides Utah will delay action until it Is look on. certain of the honor of wiping the | Oov. Henry H.; Blood will act as dry law from the books, aided by temporary chairman and Secretary a two hours' difference in time. I of State Milton H. 'Welling will ment. Then the convention officers will be named and delegates will settle down to • the momentous business before them. Utah, bone dry for more, than 16 years, voted on November^..? 19 wipe prohibition from the fe'deral Constitution, despite 'the vigorous fight waged for the dry law by the Mormon church. However, only 3.2 beer will be legal in the state. Condition of Dead Girl's : Mother and Father Remains Serious. MKMI'lllS, Uec. '..' (UP)—While funeral arrangements wore being completed for their 8-year-old (laugiiti'j-. a futliei 1 and mother rc- miiined In serious condition today !'n St. Joseph's hospital with burns. The daughter, Blllle Johnson, din! at 0:30 p.m. Siindny, W. M. Johnson, his wife, 11 7- momhs-olci baby, Christine, Mrs. T. c. Pennebakcr, mother of Mrs. Johnson, and Hetty Johnson wen: burned early Saturday when an! oil stove Ignited n tent they were JiUcpIng In- near Luxpra. Avk. Mrs. Fomioliaker, left the hospital yes- lerilay. The baby is reported Hn- piovlng today but Mr. and Mrs. Johnson arc still In serious condition. The .body, will be forwarded lo Boonevjltc, Ark., today for burial. Johnson cann:. to Luxoru rrcmt- ly to oiicrate a dragline machine '- - V --(u, rrivtmdor filul CStlib- llahecl his' family In a tent-house. High Court Reduces Hudspeth's Sentence LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 4 <U1') — A. T. Iludspeth, former head of a northwest Arkansas chain of nine bunks that colhpscd In 11)30, had liis sentence reduced from three to one year In (he penitentiary ty the Arkansas supreme court today. He \vas-conviclcd on*a charge ol accepting deposits In an Insolvent bank which grew out of fall- ,uic of the Citizens Hank and Trust company of Harrisbur^. He disappeared for several mon- Ilis after collaps eof the bank chain but. lat'.-v returned lo face charges. SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTO '.-•{ L m Heads-'Missouri Lynching Probe in 1-8 14 1-8 . 34 16 .. 17-8 A. T. and T. ... Anaconda Copper Bethlehem Steel Chrysler Cities Service ... General American Tank 28 1-2 General Electric 193-4 General Motors 33 International Harvester Middlewest Utilities .. Montgomery Ward New York Central Packard Phillips Petroleum ... Radio G 3-4 Simmons Beds 10 St. Louis-San Francisco 2 1-4 Standard of N. J 46 Texas Co 25 5-8 U. S. Steel 45 41 1-4 . 3-16 22 1-8 35 4 IS 7-8 MissdiirK 'Town's' • Hold More Mo;, v Than Ever Before in History. STEELE, Mo.—All previous records were smashed when deposits in the two banks of Steele passed the half million mark in November. Comparative statements of the Bank of Sleelc and the First National Bank show deposits of 1537,577.54 as compared to S351.637.81 on the same date last year, an increase of nearly $200,000 for the past twelve months. . Cash reserves of the two banks show $494.691.56 cash on hand nnd due from bankers compared to $194.124.43 on the same date last year, an increase of over $300,000. Steele entovs the distinction of N-ln? the only town on Highway f>I. between Cape Girardeau. Mo., and Memphis, with two banks, and the doors have never been closed during bankine hours since organization except the few days during the national holiday ordered by the president at the beginning of the new deal. The Bank of Steele is one, of the oldest banking institutions in Pemifcot countv. being organized in 1904. and the First National Bank was organized in 1923. Neither bank has ever experienced the least trouble or been forced to call upon outside assistance in order to stay open. Mrs. L D. Payne has been cash- New York Cotton NEW YORK, Dec. 4. (UP)— Cotton closed barely steady. open high low close 9SS ?KS 980 982 992 992 983 1007 1007 997 1017 1017 1009 1029 1030 1022 1050 1050 1041 -"Full power" to investigate, the St. Joseph, Mo., lynching s of Lloyd Warner, 19-year-old negro, has been given Attorney General Roy McKittrlck of Mie- 4ourl, above, by GOT. Guy <B. ,Park. First group of witnesses Questioned was unable to IdeuU- Ifftj imy member? p[ tbs mob. Sei-Vices Will Be Held Here at 9 o'Clock With Bur. ial in Tennessee. 'J.-T. Craig, Sr.,'-.65, died at his home, 310 Lak<? 'street, last nighl following an illness which became critical a week ago. .'Funeral services will -be held at the home tomorrow inorning. 9 o'clock,' and the f.'ineral cortege '. will leave shortly afterwards for • L.igl7vfoot, Tenn.. where" : burial H'lll be' -made. All members of -the family will accompany the remains to that town where Mr. CraV was born. -'•''• ''• The deceased, who was at' 1 'on' lime city engineer, was well known lure, where he resided since 1900. He > was in thi: '-contracting • business for a number of years. He Is survived by his wife, Mrs lula Mae Craig, and six sons Hu'.lla, Lester. Joe, Jack, Pete and J. T.. Jr., all of hrre. and two daughters, Mrs. John Burks, ol here, 'and Mrs Harold Baker, of Emerson, Ark. Pallbearers ivl'i be: Jim Burns, Arch Lindsay, Clarence Wilson. Tom W. Jacksnn, Tom Whltworth and R. D. Hughes. The Cobb Undertaking company IE in charge of arrangements. District Petroleum Group Will Meet Here Wednesday . J. C. Schoo, secretary of tin Arkansas State Petroleum committee, has announced a meeting ol Ihe association's-.Northeast Dlstrlc lor 1:30'P.-M .Wednesday. night 'December.. 6; nl the Hotel Nobli This" nf'eethig 'Mr."Schoo states is "for the purposo of dlscusslni the marketing rules and inter pretations of [he-Federal Petrol *um code provided under the na llonal recover/, act." Everyone en.jiged in tlie mar letlnB of petroleum products I lnvite<l and urged to. attend th m'ritlng. Plans Being Made For Scottish Town . MONTREAL IUP)— Prellmlnar plans,.for the annual Scottish ton of. the.rScoltish Overseas Heunio arc being made here by tlie organ /.Ing commute-. The party, whlc will include Soittlsh people fron all over Canada and the Unite States, will leave here July 4. 193 Civic receptions will be held I •he principal cities of Scotlam Deluding Glassy,', Aberdeen, Eolh tsay, Iverncss and Ayr, and a extensive Is now bcin t-r ranged. Last year over SCO people mad : he reunion trip. Ten Cents Worth of Seed Brought Record Crop CAPE GIRARDEAU. Mo. (UP)— ter of the Bank of Steele since Christ Freeman, a farmer, planted 1920. and A. B. Rhodes has been | ten cents woi'.n of turnip •seed,! cashier of the First National since Hint grew Into a crop which was] j considered record breaking. | Some of the turnips weighed 614 its organization in 1923. Repeal Will Find Missouri Solons Still Debating v.ius n plentiful Thanksgiving for the Ituuwvclti—and here's pvoul. Irs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, here Is shown looking over some of the irils sent to the 1'ri'sidi'nl for Ills holiday least in the "Little Wnile In Warm Spring:!, (in, The one qiief ijleutinm is hoidlni! went tu llii> lioobcvoll table. Hucy Long Faction Prepares to Push Through Congressional Election. Ni:w ORLEANS/ Dec. 4 (UP)-f- Feellng ran high, in Louisiana's • Sixth Congressional district today -s Senator Huey P. : Lena's political regime prepared to force Tues- ! (?ny's election 'upon aroused cltl- ?cns. The citizens claim Hint tho Long faction "hand picked" an election hillol listing u:>Jy Mrs. Bolivar E. Kemp as candidate to succeed I'i'i Inle congrcsrniiin husband. . A man representing himself as Senator I/>ng's secretary .telephoii'- i.d police headquarters here last night and said lit wanted -u police . guard placed cj\ duty at both en- : .irnnccs of Uv! • Roosevelt hotel, •.vhfru Lons makes his headquarters. Later the order was 'rescinded by tlie aami- men, police said. An armed djtal) ol highway pb-. ; lice was placed on, guard at,the : elate cnpltol .it Baton Rouge. U. S. Liquor Czar HegulQlIng temporary liquor control measures for. the government pandiuE enactment. of permanent legislation Is the rc-spi'iinibllHy ot Joseph H.. Choato (*bove),. Ne\v York lawyer. Hppolntecl liy President Roosevelt director and etmlrmnn of the Federal: Alcohol Control Administration. A close friend of tlie President, Clioate has tieia prominently Identified with the repeal nioieui'tnt. A bund of 2?0 men Invaded the roiirlhousc at Amlle, Mrs. Kemp's home town, last night, broke Into the registrar oi voters oilice, seized 11,000 blank, ballots, and burned them on tlin courthouse lawn while hundreds of spectators looked on and chtered. It was the third such rairl '• on courthouses In llw district" within the past lew duys. Ballots were seized and burned each time.' A band of men rUo hailed sta.e highway depart- Local Man Reclectecl by j'. l , r " 1 lr " ck - s lo confiscate arid ,-, f* . I t I 1 • 15 B.U1 Stale Convention Held at Foil Smith. J. P. n-lrnd. uf this city, was rc-eli'dnl pienk'enl of the Ar- nK:^ 11. Y. P U. In n meeting at Fort- Smilh which closed Bun- duy. Tlih convLiillon was the most f.ucti'sslul ever held,' more than 1.309 yoimj! pcuplu from 'all parts nf the stale hiving attended the four days wsslpn. Little Rock '.ms - chosen as the convention city for the 1831 riiect- ' • * All hlficers we ; tn the; office 'for Hie norUu of vlco '•'• president district which !.•; to be lilled by MLw Blanche Mays, Joncsboro. Mr. Friend, who held this oRIco before being elected to the slate ofTlce, declined re- riccllon. Other officers are: .Miss Alton Deblack, North Little Roek vice president central district; Mrs. F. Grace Mosl^y,'- Texarkaim, 'Vice president .wiitluvcst district; Law- rcrice Dagger, Hebcr Springs, vice president novth -central -district.; i MIES Koma Sullivan, Mi-Ghee, vice prr-sldeui Eouth, s nst dbitrlet; Miss Jonnlc Stiles, Lillle Hock, secrc- Inry, nnd Miss Doris Bradley, Fort Smith, treasurer. Trie Immamie! Baptist church ol Tort Smith \nr.\ the loving cup for the best department, the Attend B. Y. P. U. Meeting on Their Honeymoon Not many newlywerts cnn boast . - . of a free honeymoon but it is so thurch of Llfle Hock won. tin JEFFERSON CITY. Mo.. Dec. 4 furnish Dec. Jan. Mar. May July Oct. 98C 998 1011 1025 1043 Spots closed quiet at 1005, off 10 New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 4 (UP)— Cotton closed steady. open high low close Dec ..... 975 975 975 975 Jan ..... 932 982 981 981 Mar ..... 997 ]000 995 997 May ... 1014 1014 1008 1010 July ... 1027 1027 1022 1023 Oct. ... 1043 1043 1043 1041b Spots closed steady at 975, off Hnnp Fade* Inr Broth Pr< tounds with the "scrubs" ranging 1 lUP > - Bootlcicers will furnlsl Hone raae* Mr nroiners , ,, owmrard , 0 fo ,, r fmnds j-. VIOI for ML^ari repeal cclebra Lost on Lake in Cancel Dec 4 (UP)—Hope Investment he -ould hide a motor I ln fu " fo ; etv of two brothers,; Iruck behind the vegetables. who V0 . U;<1 fl'Hr ein and whisky from boot- ctincc on Lake Michigan, dwindled i Cribbage Player Routes Bandits That Spoil Game CHICAGO. for,' Ihe saf< botn school te-ichers, missing since • Ihcy set out Saturday in a small Freeman said that when he l!(lns tomorrow, l.ilect the turnips from his ten cent. n " slatc tone dry law remains • in full force, compelling citizens to one against Fined for Peace Breach Martin Basi-ijrr was fined SIO n a charge i-t breach ol ISii- f.eacc by Mint clpiil Judge C! A. C'lnnlngham S:;!urday. One man was fined (10 for pubic drunkenness Another, charg- d with a $imt!nr'oflense, was released " on his own recognizance to earn money to pay a fine. In the case of Miss Viola Wilson and Henry. Holmer, both of Clear Lake, who were married Wednesday night. They had planned to attend the staae B. Y. P. U. convention at Fort Smith during the holidays, where lodging and breakfast was to be furnished all delegates. They had also planned lo be mar- tied sometime this fall, so lilt, upon the den of atlendnB the con-; •cnton for their honeymoon. Mr, Hohner and his bride, were ntroduced lirllie 1100 visilbfs at hr conventl9ii as the first bridal STOBYcp * -i > today as numeioiis searching par- lies failed to f.nd them. The chool men. Roy Ru Hedge, 45, principal, and Paul ROT- rlee. 30. DeK.ilb. III., high school instructor, hunt. set out on duck 10. Chicago Wheat open high low close Dec. 81 81 3-4 80 3-4 81 1-4 Jtm. 83 1-2 84 5-8 83 1-4 84 Chicago Corn Leg Broken When Truck Hits Telephone Pole Jim Rogers, 44, of Dogwood Ridge, sustained a fractured leg when a truck In which he was SAN JOSE. Cal. (UP)—Concentration and ini»rest in the game cf cribbage wa; boosted, to a new lir-lght here rerrnlly after William McClelland routed two masked bandits who sought to rob him as he and a neighbor were engrossed in the game. , The pair was playing In the Mc- Cltlland livln;-room when the i!oor-bell ran?. "Dang III" grumbled the host, "just when I had a swell hand." Wlille the special session ol the 'legislature is secklne to delermine where and how Missourlans can tuv a drink of liquor, speakeasies and night clubs arc holding out a ready answer "Celebrate re^enl as repeal should be celebrated." read the newspaper rdvertlsement of one night club. "Be In the besi of snlrils for repeal." another advised. Repeal will nrovlde a °olden harvest for Missouri bootleggers end a daily loss of J10.0M In llq- uoi taxes to the state. Drug store r.wncrs will from repeal. profit selling temporarily prescription ..1,41.*.. V. A l«»rt a *nlO.\ltf\nA ' " "HJ * ""M " UT..,., >,...< W. IIUJIL LcpCcfl, SCHIll 1 / PreSCrlUI iOll «le on Hlfhwav 18 near Amo«1 K H ° Op * ned the d °° r " Tw ° masked liquor lo Mn » Mi5^url.ns. Prices ! tand!ts lamnVi<l rev °' VOr barrcls i!'"- slight whiskv sailed as high - stoniacl , The> . demanded : .is 14 a pint while blended and and inferior, - , Joined synthetic up my crlbbage u-W for $1.50. ' shouted McClel- •— Dec. Jan. 42 li-4 sn high 43 1-8 W 1-4 low close 42 1-4 49 3-4 42 3-4 60 fn ovik Sdv m four o clock Sunday morn- !nto Andrew Browning, driver for the I m °" C1 ' Trinity Farms Construction com- Yo 'i pany, escaped uninjured. Accord- i> lim ? for jing to reports Brownlm; lost c(m- ;l! " :< '- | LITTLE HOCK, Dec 4 (UP)— tiol of the truck rounding a curve' And then !.e got real sore. H3, An act permitting banks I o issue In the highway and the machine Jerked the ma.-k oft one bandit,' preferred non-assessabk> sinalc H- left the road, hitting the pole. : kr.ocked the revolver out of his ability stock to participate In the Rogers Is at the Blythevtlle hos-'lrind and male a lunge for the national recovery program was up- pltal where he is resting well to-: ether. Both flirt In terror, leaving held by the Arkansas supreme day. mask nnd a gun behind court iodtyt But the angel of tlie Lord said to the shepherd!!. He not afraid; ! bring you tidings of great Joy. Unto you this day Is liorn, hi the city of Davlil, a Saviour, which Is Christ tho Lord. IT SHOPPING I / D> % 9 I / itntdf Li CHRISTMAS dip for its del:?ates having traveled the 051 aggregate miles, and Miss Alice Horn, Joncsboro, won ihc- sword drill nnd so will represent the state at the southern convention in Nashville. Tenn.. thL month. The Blythcville delegate, won Ihtrd ho.iors in the coutcs for aggregate miles traveled am the Armorel delegates won second in- the contest for traveling th: Inrthcrcst. Tho cup, to be award eri the moat eificient. coimly asso clalion, will be given later afte IL U.I (U (VI . pair ever lo clicosc n B.Y.P.U.. lllj executive committee has mad ncetlng for their honeymoon.! this derision. While there they were fclcd by olher delegates from ail parts of Arkansas. " Asks Full Attendance of Legionnaires Tonight lni|X)rtant matters. including., plans for sponsoring the Goodfcl- lofrs movement hci? this ycsr. will | be' discussed .it n meeting of the Dud Cnsoti ixjs!. American Legion, al thc'-'firmory tonight", according (o •Neill Flccd. jitst com- :nandcr; who i>?kcd all members attend. Feeling Runs High Against 1 Slayer of texas Woman j COUNTZ. Texns, Ecc. 4 (UP) — Feeling against n negro sought for the slaying of Mrs. William Hrockman, 28. wife of a farmer, flamed anew today when it became Inown that Mrs. Brockman, mo- 'her of thre n small children, had been criminally attacked before she uas slain anil her bcdy set afire. Mrs. Urocknirn's tody was found : Mo Snliirdiy fc^sldc ihc tn;c!c sh? WPS drlvinp toward Countz lo e\ changs a pair of shoes she had bought for her baby. The baby's shoes were cbsped in her hand when she w.xs found. She's for Yale Found Mother's Wrrtrtln* Rinp ELLSWORTH. Me. tUH>— Mrs. Bertha Thompson recently found in an old sofa the wedding ring lost by her mothiM SO years ago. Miss Jeanctlo Loff Isn't at all liackwartl, as you sec here. In cheering for Y.ile, 'of all colleges. Tor a couple of Yale, crnditatcs, who startod n new film company in Hollywood, nrc giving Iior tho r.haucf tt show lm«- KOOI) she M Slie was In film* before, bin *vpcnrc<! I* N'cw York nl»js (fe* l»s( tkM* years. rn campaign circulars. Martial law was bellovtd immln- "i . nt. £wo mass meetings were hcdulcd In thb district today. At '.'o meetings S.mday speakers de- ! ounci-d "this fraudulent attempt rob cltizem of their right to :cct n cdngiessman of their : holce." - : , Senalor Lon]- remained In New ; Irleans in conference, with his ; mlitlcal subo:dlnates, (rylnding-! ov. O. K. A"en. Circul' 'dls- i rlbiued In Baton Rouge 1 ._.fl|b£-.) taring the signatures of dp^cr--i ic'r Allen and fJeorge H.'Wallace;;),. irst . asilstaht attorney • general, *'• - laUd.,.lhttL.;c.>i:rLv orders.--dlreetf<l;7< palfist the- election'' are without ifecl arid that state authorities 1 - vlll protect any citizen or officer-; ' lartlclpatlng hi Ihe ' election. " '•'•': The citizens have filed Injunc-,. ;.Ion siilLvln nine of the 12 par-' thcs. In the district seeking : to irt-vent diatrib; tlpn" of ballots. for" > lie election. -. .' i Ihuy Ocean Holds j Undberjhs in Africa ' BATHURST, West Africa, Dec.' (UP)—A glassy 'sea , held Col.; ; nd Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh. At this little Brilish . utter three, liirther. attempts to finrl on •• a non-stop flight to Natal, Brazil. • : .. In the warm light of a brilliant : roplcal moon and as Europeans' iid natives watched, Lindbergh irltd agalu and again to get the ' i!ane off the water. There 'was • ;o little wind imd the iea wai BO -ir.ooth that siutlon held the long : i.-nntoons to tv.e water as they glided along vilh gathering speed " " mout'i of the Gambia the river. Caffery WiD Take Post at Havana This Month WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (UP)— Pieddent Roowelt returned to '.Vashlngton t.-day from Warm lngs. Ga., a,id took up first the Cuban political situation in a conference with JoiTerson Caffery, hew American ambassador to the island. At the concl'ision of the con- i^rence CafTerv said that he would t !o to Cuba the middle of the .nonth after n vacation at his home n Louisiana. Truck Hits Automobile at Main and Division A negro truck driver for the U. S. Engineer corps was Injured Saturday night when his truck ran. Into the rear end of a car driven by D. Simmons. The accident occurred at the corner of Main and Division streels. Simmons, driving north oh Division, turned left onto Main. The negro, driving close behind, was unable to check his truck and It hit the car, according to n police report. Simmons: was said to have been uninjured although his car was considerably damaged. WEATHER Arkansas—Cloudy and wanner tonight. Tuesday unsettled- and local showers. ' Memphis and vicinity—Increasing cloudiness tonight and Tuesday. Probably showers Tuesday. The maximum temperature yesterday was 66, minimum 51, clear, with .28 of an Inch rainfall Saturday, according U> Samuel F. NcTiis, official weather obsenrer.

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