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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS VOI,UMK XXXIV—NO. THE DOMEIANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST AUt^ANBAS AND BOCTirEAST MlSSOUltl Blythevlllc Courier mythevllle Herald Blylhevlltc Dully News Mississippi Valley Leader LLl.;, ARKANSAS, TUKRDAY, DKC10MHKU 21, SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTO CONGRESS MAY ADJOURN BY NIGHTFALL SPI smi IN 1USTR1 HELD TO BE < Committee Declares Many Corp orations Have Spies in Labor Groups WASHINGTON. Dec. 21. (UP) — The senate civil liberllps cnmmil- (ec reported to congress lhat labor spying was a "common, almost universal practice in American industry" nnd declared that one (lilrd of the spies used by one agency were union officials. Tli" kunivi) toi a | (> f busings firms receiving spy services is approximately 2.500." The report, aid "the (list of these firms) as a whole reads like a blue book of American industry." Say Hold "Tenacious" "Tlie names and distribution of these firms conclusively demonstrate Ihe tenacious hold which tlie .spring habit has on American business. "From motion picture producers lo steel makers, from bookless fastener to automobiles, from small unit lo giant enterprises—there Is scarcely nil industry tbat is not fully represented in Ihe accompanying list of the detective agencies. "The power of these Plnkerton spies is increased (enfold by their oflleial positions in unions." Ihe re" port said. "One Pinkcrlon operative had through the years achieved the iwlh'on of national vice president of his union. Many Were Officers "Fourteen were presidents of their locals, six were either treasurers or financial secretaries of their local unions, which nave them ready access to the list of members . i""' In (lie financial status of the I unions. > .. v I • Accused Spy Users j The committee charged that the following firms were included among those that used labor .spies: General Motors. Chrysler. Belhlc- liem Sleel, Goodyear Tire and Rubber company. Warner Brothers Studios, Aluminum Company of. America. Pennsylvania railroad, General Electric company, Wcst- inghouse Electric company. McKes- win and Robbins and Watereen drug companies, a score ot hotels including Knott Hotels corporation, National Hotel Management company. Postal Telegraph company, Bell Telephone company, Western Union. American book company. American Mercury, Curtis Publishing company and Pittsburgh Ncws- rvprA- Publisher association. Comedian Ted Healy | Dies Suddenly Today ( HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 21 (UP)—' Ted Hc;ily. the comwlinii, died to- I (lay. Healy was famous for his work bolh on Ihe legitimate stage, radio and in the muvles with) ".SCOOgil'S." Healy died at his home from! n stroke. Metro-Goidwyn-Maycr' studio announced. Britain's Worst Wreck Since War-iVI Die Steole Firm Estimates Loss At $10,000 In Early Morning Fire STKEU3. Mo.. Dec. 21-Fire of unknown origin, destroyed (lie Main street building occupied by i Ihe Slecle Motor company about :six o'clock (his morning. J. W. Reno, tn:uni«cr of the company, distributor of Plymouth and DeSoto automobiles, estimated the (inn's loss at $10.000. There were 17 cars, including two new machines, in the building. They were practically totally destroyed, along with n large slock- of parts anil equipment and the firm's records. The loss was partially covered by Insurance. The firm lias established temporary headquaters at ILs used car lol on Walnut street. It is understood (hat tlii; building will be reconstructed. The fire was discovered by Henry Lovelace, night, marshal of the town. Pair Will Return To Arkansas For Trial The worst railroad disaster since a. Iroop train wre:k In IfllS brought death lo 34 persons anil Injured W at casllecary, near Glasgow, Scotland. An express (rain, sinmllng Ihrouiil) n severe KIIOW- slonn, crashed into the roar of a slatlonnry train with such tovce that wreckage of coaches was leU- sco]>cd to form the huge pile pictured above, trapping scores. Firemen Aid Santa PASADENA, Cal. (UP)—Pasadena firemen Imvc found some- tiling better to do than idly wnit for fires.' Until Christmas" time they will put in all their spare (hue repairing toys that can be Federal Bureau To Install Modern Equipment At Southern Airports WASHINGTON. Dec. 21. (UP) — The bureau of air commerce today awarded a contract for S24G.SOO of radio equipment lo Westinghouse Electric company. The equipment will be placed at airports throughout, the country. The new apparatus will provide radio range and radio communication transmission for stations not now equipped with this ty|w of service, Slatious at ivhich Ihe equipment i will be installed include: Jackson. ] Miss.. Kiugman, Ark., I.illlc Rock. Ark-., Memphis. Tcnn.. shreveport Ui.. and Texarkana. Ark. given again poor. as present, 1 ! to the Railroad Silences Whistles PIERCE CITY. Mo. (UP)—Train whistles, silenced for several nights KO as not to disturb an injured Frisco Railway freight conductor, arc blowing again, Fred D. Turner, the grateful conductor, is better. He asked the railroad to rc- soiue its whistle-blowing. Stock Prices NEW YORK. Dee. 21 (UP)Steel shares led tlie slock market higher today but profit Inking curtailed gains and brough lighler trading near (he. close. A. T. and T. Anaconda Copper Associated D. G. . GflliECT Fill DISTRICT TUXES Assessments Lasl By Paving Disfnct One, Sewer District One R. D. Hughes Files Suit Against Bottling Company R. D. Hughes, local merchant nnd gin operator, has filed suit in circuit court here, .seeking lo recover S.MO from (lie Orange. Crush IJol- lliiig company as a result of a traffic, accident near here on Oct. 23. Mr. Hughes charges that negligence of the driver of an Orange Crush company truck was res|x>ii- sible for the accident which resulted in personal injury to him and considerable damage to his automobile;. Shane and pcndler are attorneys "• Mr. Hughes. ' People owning property in Pav- iig District One and Sciver District Due of Blyliieville are paying their .ast taxesjfor these improvements. Paving District. One has made a record of no default.'; and Ihe rale paid has decreased.^constantly because of this." ' "" ' ".'. In Sewer District One there is yet Sfi.OOO due. with $2.000 to be paid April 1. lautt. and on Die same dates in 1D39 and 1940, but there Is enough money on hand lo retire these bonds without collecting any more except delinquent taxes. The delinquent taxes will be collected and this money will be paid to property owners as a dividend. Suite are (o be filed within Hie near future for collection of 1930 and 19:t7 taxes and when taxes arc not paid, the property will be sold. Main, Walnut and Ash streets nnd their intersecting streets from Lake to Division streets were paved after the first collection of (axes was made in 1918. Because of no i >'ear [1 '°m his income lax evasion Rejects Petition Asking Reduction of Year In Mis Sentence CHICAGO. Dec. 21. (UP)—The U. S. circuit court of appeals today rejected a plea of Alphonsc (Scat-face Al) Capone to cut G-Men Announce Arrests In Abcluction of Missis- • sippi Girl MEMPHIS. Dec. 21 (UP)—J. E. Clcgg, special agent In charge of the federal bureau of Investigation here, announced, - (oday that agents have arrested Mrs. Ida 'Brooks. 27. and Mrs. John Soldiers F v a i n o cl and 1 I'Xjiiinjx-d By Russia To Buttle Japanese SHANGHAI, (Wednesday) ])«-. 21! iUl')—Various reports Indicated loilay lhat Iho rroi'iinnlM'd Chinese BOveriuneut In Hankow, In which Ihe former C'lilnosp Communlsl party has been ulven a dominant role, Is making a new drive for extensive military ulil from Soviet Ilussia. The reporlK, none of which could be confirmed olllclidly. Included: 1. Thai Chiang Chlng-ICuo, sou of Generalissimo Chiang Kul-.Hliek, who long was estranged from hts father. Is leading an ouler Mongolian army of 100,000 men Into Shaushl province In Ihe north to ild the Chinese former lied Army, commanded by General Chu-Teh I'lie Outer Mongol armies arc Soviet (rained and equipped. Sre Itusslan Aid Tljfit Mo.sew J.s Nlrenglhen the air and naval forces of U.i In- dei>ciidonl far eastern army, commanded by Marshal Vasslll Dul- cdier. former chief inllllary iidvlsnr (o China. :t. That a "full agreement" has bcon reached between Generalissimo Chliing and Chinese communist leaders for future conduct of the Chinese-Japanese war and then re- coiislnictlon of llie nation ivheii Ihe war is ended. Most significant of Ihe reports was that bearing upon entrance o the Outer Mongolian army Into the war. Iilnkrd to Moscow Oulcr Mongolia Is linked lo Mos cow by what amounts to an often- HI., l)i>f. 2) |UI>> — Itcmoval orders transleiTliitf Iwo liinlllves lo Arkansas lor musi'cu- tlon wt'iv signed by I'Vdcral .ludije Olmrlc.s ci. Ur(|!Klr lii'i'i' yesterday. Obeli Dalllcy HIUl Ualph Dullard, arrrsli'd In ivorla, are wanted In Ullli' Hock, Ark., on u Dyer nut nd kidnaping clniriii'. slve and defensive alliance. Russia recently lei Chief I'jigiucev for Chicago Mill Here Dies Monday Brooks, both of .Jled Bay, Ala,, foi ,™™ u ,™ " llie .kliinnTiliTC Ar \i\,J TM,.I.,I» "Oupvcr uial. , ,, (lie kidnaping" of Mtss 1 .Johnnie Vuiula Mann, 111, Dennis. Miss. Cjlegg said -the", 'arrests -Vere made by federal agents from the Hlrminehain olllce HIKI tlint the two women were being held there. Clegg said Miss Mnnn was ab- (luctccl at n dance, hall at Bel- monl. Miss. Oct. 12 nnd liikcn to Red B:iy. "According to charges made by Miss Mnnn she was bentcn over tlie head (luring Hie vide to Red Bay nnd was Imprisoned lit the Brooks home tor sei-ernl (lays, Clegg snld. She Into escaped nnd went lo :i doctor who trcaled her for sculp who defaults the rate lias decreased from 5.2 per cent to one per cent of the assessed ben fits, which was collected til is year. When district was formed it Strcl Air il T€LL ™ - eop _ BURNS Belli. Bocins Chrysler Cities Service Coca Cola Ocneral Electric .. General Motors ... Ir.t. Harvester Montgomery Ward I N. Y. Central Packard Hivlips Petroleum u.-idio Summons . ....'.... Socony Vacuum Scheiiley Dist Standard of N. J. Texas Corp U S. Smelt U. S. Steel 148 I-: 3o 57 r>2 1-2 32 56 1-1 115 1-2 45 33 1-2 71 •jo 7-8 20 1-8 4 I-'-' . '10 e 1-2 . 25 3-4 . 20 1-2 . IS 3. 40 3-4 6 3-4 . 02 3-4 . Cl 1- I think the toughest part about Christinas shopping is finding the Wew York Cot tan NEW I?ORK. Dec. 21 (UP)—Cot- Ion closed steady. was planned to pave the streets running east and west, four feet wider but the sharp increase in materials, because of the World War. compelled the commissioners to cut. the width. The other paving and sew r er districts are not in such good condition. The remaining pavement of ttij; city, except Highway 61 and 18. k in Districts Two nnd Three. which are consolidated. The district was placed in federal court receivership last spring. Ix'tTiuse of failure lo pay bonds when due. Suits will be tiled within a short lime to collect Hie 193C and 1037 taxes and it is planned lo take charge of the property and to collect rent from same, where taxes are not paid. This district, which first collected taxes in 1923. would have teen paid out in 20 years had there not been so many defaults. It Is now believed that 100 per cent assessments wilt have to be paid, making Uixes for 2f> years or until 1948. Sewer District Two is in serious straits but it is hoped this district will be paid out in 1942 because of a settlement made with the bond holders. This district was formed in 192«. Sewer District Three, in Hie first ward, which was organized in 1930. has 13 of its 20 years yet to go. term. Capone. now serving a 10 year term in Alca'lraz prison, sought lo avoid an additional year in the Cook county jail facing him on release from Alcalraz. Ilk appeal was based on allege;! "inconsistencies" In the multiple sentencing on three charges of felonies and two of misdemeanor. Witli allowances for good behavior Capone will be eligible for release from Alcalra/. laic in 1933. Jan. Mar. open .. 828 .. Ml .. 8-17 .. 853 .. 803 .. 8G4 Spo.sclosed steady at 351, up 5. ™ w Iblngs that will be appreciated by tlie people yon give 'em to. The best way to do this is to take 'eai Jul. shopping with you and make a Oct 803 8G5 note of the things they rave about. Dec 864 810 This Christmas I thought I [ would give Aunt Sophie some-1 thin 1 real fine for her house, so I [ -. took her down lo an antique tvetl) Ot'lfifin.V shop where they had a big sign In the store lhat said "everything in this shop is a genuine antique." Well I went around with the storekeeper, pricln' different things and of course, most of the prices were Jan. low close 828 820 839 8-11 84.5 850 8GO 804 849 Brothers Apart 511 Years ELLATnE, O. (UP) — Charles Ross met his brother. Costa/o. for the first time in 50 years when Ihe latter came here from Philadelphia for a visit, lioth arc natives of Italy. wounds. The physician, treated her. said one of the wounds required threi- .slllrhes. Mongolia sllll a part 'of " known «,Qul<'i' China Funeral services for \Vllllmn P. ,)IT, who died late yesterday ult- 'I'lKion at Ills hniiin near Yitrhro, vill he held at in o'clock Wcd- le.sdny iimniiiii! nt tlu; l''ir.st Melli- Kllst church. Tim liev. It. I.ynn Wade, nas- or of Ihe church, will olllciale ut the Masonic rites, and burial will )e made at Maple- drove cemetery. Active pallbearers will be: Kdgnv lloruin, llooiic Hall, Ed Parrish, K. C'ooley. Murray Kmart nnd Hawkins. Honorary piilllicarers will be; f(. I. llaluy, I). A. Lynch, Cross, !,. I,. Wiinl, Joe Isaacs. C. M. Huck, Dr. Hunter 0. Sims and A. 8. Cooper, the laltei- of Memphis, Mr. Orr. who came to Dlythc- vlllc In IflOB lo be chief engineer tor the Chicago Mill and Lumber company, svos born In Snnilcrs- vllle. On., lil years ago. He received his college education at Texas A. and M. collene, College Station, Texas, and later at Al- vln. Texas, where he, married 39 years ago. During the 21 years he first resided here, Mr. Orr and lits family were prominently Identified wllli n flairs of the clly; 'Jit In llie Masonl- which would make entrance of-the, Ouler Mongol army Into the war entirely proper. The Outer Mongolian forceshnvq been estimated as high as'500^000 men. It Is equipped wilh. tanks, airplanes and other modern cmilp- ment. To Handicap Japanese Military observers believed that this force would cause the .Japanese the most serious complications In the north. Young Chiang Is an ardent communist and has lived In Moscow since 1927. The youth visited Ihe fjcnrrhlls- simo secretly In Shanghai early Ihis year. Meantime Japanese leaders additionally were worried because of Million From Fur Sl-ile tnelr '""'fnshigly strained relations with Hrltain and Die United Stales. Japanese army authorities admitted they did not believe re;iorts of their own men that the I'anay gunboat fired on Japanese launches duniiir the Incident on the upper Yangtze. LANSING, Mich. (UP) — Michigan, whose Mackijinc Islam! once was the fur center of the continent, producccd $1,203.000 worth of fins during t| ic i ns t trapping season, the state conservation department reported. Kcwanl Oul for Torso Killer CLEVELAND (UP)—A reward of $5,000 for discovery of the mad murderer of 10 Cleveland lorso dead has been ollcred by a dclec- live story magazine. It is Ih reward offered for a I lie multiple crimes. c first solution to Appeals For Good I'd lows' Help Swell Rapidly; Fund Grows Slowlv Course On Thinking Opens BERKELEY. Cal. (UP) — The complaint that modem school education does not leach .students how to lliink Is to be overcome at the University of California, a new H NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 21. (UP) — Collon fulurcs closed steady today, up four lo eight points. pretty litgh. Finally Aunt Sophie i Mar. came up and wliisp'ered in my ear and said "I think this fella is trytn' to stick you on this furniture—most of it looks like secondhand stuff." May Jul. Oct. Dec. open . 840 . 855 . 859 . 861 . 870 873 high low 840 840 856 861 867 875 873 851 856 860 BfiO 873 close 840b 852 853 803 873 86 5b Chicago Wheat Dec. May 0]XM1 843-4 01 high low close % 943-4 955-8 923-4 91 921-4 Twenty-two hundred appeals for, food and clothing have conic lo Ihe Goodfeilows club. Up lo 2 o'clock tills afternoon S447.75 had been raised lo meet the demands. Within the city limits of Blythe- villu Iherc is a family living in a two room house. A smoky stove tries to combat (Me cold air whistling through the cracks around the doors and windows. Throe little boys are looking forward to Friday night and Saturday when San- la Clans will come and bring them tovs. goodies and clothes. Unless more money is raised and unless more donations of merchandise arc made to the Goodfeltows club these three boys an<! many, many others will be sorely disappointed—and in many cases will ac- lually feel the want, of not having enough to eat on Christmas Day. The Goorifellows will send baskets containing flour, sugar, beans prunes, macaroni, spaghetti, po- tatocs, meal, rice, nuts, candy, oranges, apples and meat and clothing Chicago Corn oi>en high low close Dec. 585-8 595-8 581-2 591-2 Spots closed steady at 852, up 3. May 593-8 CO 3-8 503-8 GO 1-8 G. H. Grear. a half bushel of apples from Buck Mchar? ami a box of clothing from Mrs. Kooncc. lodge 'and some of the mcuit>crs who will take part hi the service tomorrow were members when he Assisted In (he. development of the lodge -here: Ho was also a meinbci of .'the board of stewards of UK. 'Irst Methodist church lor nianj cars. In 11)21 lie resigned his posltlor ere -to become assistant dlstrlcl ngliiei'r for llie ArkniiMis stnlc ilghway dcpaiiinent. lie Inovci Is family to 1'lne Illiiff, where hey lived until three years ago /hen Mr. Orr had his llrst stroke if paralysis. After partially re :overlng from this Illness, the; :ame back lo Blylhcvlllc. and livid (|Uletly on their farm. Mr. Or md a fourth stroke Dccembe ilnth and a few days ago develop cd lironclilnl pneumonia. Although In very poor liealll lr. Orr would recover Milficicntl between strokes to visit old frleni! Wealthy Allovncy anc Wife Narrowly Escape As Palatial Home Burns MEMPHIS. Dec. 21. (Ul'i—Fire that destroyed "Samarkand". th< $125.000 home of Mr. and Mrs. GUI Fitzhiigli In Red Acres. rcsWentla area, early tcdny. almost „ . .... . jircii. vdriy uxiny. iiimusi. mu^ui Contnbiilkms will be gathered «n ,, lc dcnlhs of ( | lc u ™m,y altornej if those having anything will call 325. Tlie lalest cash contribution Include $5 from O. O. Ilardaway, Louis Applcbaiim. the c. I. T. corporation. Hubbard Hardware company. Phillips Motor company. Barnett Auto Sales. Paul Byrmn and the Diml.ip store contributed $3; Langc P. T. A.. $250: Ihe Solary club an additional S2.25. Those givin? $2 include ». Sim- jn»ns. Aobinson East End store. Nil-Way Cleaners. Margaret's Beauty Shop. New Economy shop and Rite Price grocery. One dollar contributions were received from w. C. iilggimon. Dr. Joe Bcaslcy, J. W. Robertson. Habbt Herman Pollack. 1). Menard. Rouse Harp, E. w. Simmons. S. D. Hall. Dixie Crawford. I.. V. Price. Wolf Arian. Russell's Cafe. John McUaney. Roger Eoff, Nnlly Ser- and toys to as many families as I v| cc station. Parkhurst. Fowler they can accommodate. The only merchandise contributions at the American Legion Hut from Lemon's some groceries arc two blankets Furniture store, Drug store, p. I,. Engler, New Deal Whisky shop. Dr. Pepper Bottling- works and aiv anonymous contribution. K. Aslicraft, Adrian Church from Lutes Grocery store, groceries [ and the Fair Deal store each gave from Hayes store, groceries from 50 cents. and his wife. Tlie couple was trapped on Un second floor by the flames ant they later were forced to lak< refuge on a narrow Icdtre alop Ibi home. Firemen rescued thorn afte: they suffered hi the near freezing wealher for 30 minutes. They were allircd only in uiglit. rlollies. Several valuable paintings anc other art objects were destroyed b.\ the fire, origin of which was no Bill To Provide Members' 1 raveling hlxpc-nses Only Measure Passed WASHINGTON. Dec. 21. (UP) -•'file administration drive-to comiileti 1 notlun on UK: houjliiii measure in the special session "oltujiM'd lodny juid adjournment by nightfall appeared iiosslblc. While Iho .siMihle raced toward i llnal vole on the bill to sllinii-' luli> a prlvule housing boom, meiii- l»Tji of both houses, Impatient to ( bruin Ihelr Chrbllmis holiday, rc- bcllrd and began a drive lo (julL work Immediately. Swale Majority leader Albsn '. llarklcy (Dem., Ky.) said ad- : iiinmicnt by nightfall was |iossl- le. I-'iuiluT Action TmtM>s.>illi1e Barkley explained that the slt- u I Ion In the house, which ra- •sseil unlll 3:30, appeared lo make Impossible to complete action n llie bill iiml ndjiisl dlllcrtfiice.i eliveen the two clmmburH before djouniment. As a result, he said, the spcctal- K.sinn may end as soon ns Ihe cnalc niissCT Ihe. housing bill and le house sends It to conference. The house passed ILs housing ineu- ure last week. S]icaker William 13. Bankhead, iiiplioillng Uarklcy's views, said • licre wns no Intention of holding digress in session for action on he conference, report, Voted Traveling Expense The sudde.li revolt made It vlr- Ain'lly certain tbat the siwclal session would end without complol- n single Hem on Ihe legislative, agenda presented by Presl- ,ent Roo-: yrH. Both houjMfJ^impleted action on only QHC, .nuilv. lijm—tha farm >iin.' Wllh that, measure 1 lri' I coii- (erence, there was no possibility of acllon until Ihe reculnr se.'i- lon opens Jan. a. The special session thus made only one legislative achievement —passage of a resolution voting members $225,000 for traveling ex- lienses. icre for short periods and seemed mue'ri Improved until th final stroke. He Is survived by hl.s wife, tiv ions, Koc Orr, who is a member o Four Civil War Pensions Recipient* Die In County Of the elelH ixMislon checks for Confederate veterans nnd widows residing In Mississippi county received here today, four had to bo returned to LIUle Rock because the recipients lincl died recently. Two of the checks Issued from the office of Ihe county court clerk were, for $25 each and two for $12.50 each, depending upon the age of the pensioner. 'I1ie.sc were the fourth clipcks sent out this year by Slate Auditor Oscar Humphreys who mailed out the faculty lit Texas A. and M. I l>c" slon checks lotallng approxl- e, and William Orr, of here, one daughter, Mrs. Orby Poss of fine Uliiir. all of whom had been with him for several days, nnd one brother, Warner E. Orr of Texarkana. liecause of the condition of the. roads, friends can not reach tlie Orr Jiomc. Mrs. Orr n:ul other members of the family plan lo bo with friends in the city perhaps tonigbt, Cobb Funeral Home Is in charge of arrangements. uatcly 31,000. Payments of $5 each also ivent, to occupants of tlic Arkansas Confcdcrale Home 1 , Pon- ilon checks were In amounts of $25. $12.50 and $8.50. Pension rolls showed 33C persons eligible for pensions have died this year and this number does not tn- chtdc the past three months. SUPERSTITIONS College Girls Told When To Eat With Fingers NEW YORK (UP)—A discussion of what foods should be eaten with the fingers ami whether while lies are permissible on social occasions ended a series of lectures at Hunter College by Mrs. Katherine Blceckcr Meiss. After general discussion by (he students and Mrs. Meigs It wa decided that artichokes, lobster, j olives, radishes, celery, com on the < col), canapes and fruit could and j should be e aten with the fingers, I An ancient superstition in Lancashire forbade giving matches or fire in any form (0 be taken from the house Christmas Day, because of the belie! trouble for Ihe household would arise from tlic act. "fill ekti Youth Turns Detective To Return Lost $750 ROCHESTER. N. Y. (UP)—Fred- crick Kimball, 21, Is honest and inriiistrious. On his way lo work lie found au envelope containing $150 In cash, $500 in bonds and three bank books. One of Hie bank books bore (be name of Mary Kendall, but no address. After Inquiring, the youth fount! out where the owner worked and promptly returned the envelope and its contents. Gracious Customs Men Sought MONTBELIARD. France (UP)— Courteous and well-trained customs Inspectors will be (lie aim of new- school at Monlebellard, France, where Ihe French Ministry of Finance will open the first school for custoias inspectors In Europe next year. WEATHER Arkansas — Partly cloudy and warmer tonight and Wednesday. Memphis and vicinity—Fair and warmer tonight, lowest temperature 40 to 46, Wednestifc) increasing cloudiness and wanner. Tli maximum temperature hera yesterday was 39, minimum 30, clear, according to Samuel p. Norrls, official weather observer.

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