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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 27, 1937
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VOLUME XXXH : -NO. 240. LE COURIER NEWS BlytlieviHe Courier BlytheviUe Herald Blythevllle D»lly New« Mississippi Valley NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND BOOTIWA8T MISSOURI Spokesman Ann ounces Drastic Control of Occupied Zone SHANGHAI. Dec. 27. (UP)—New grave inteuiational complications were threatened today when Japanese authorities announced n series of drastic regulations aimed against any person, Chinese or foreign who commits offenses against jnpaiwe forces.!!) China. A few hours after the regulations were announced a Japanese army spokesman complained that someone had thrown three hand grenades at a Japanese military launch in Soochow creek, bordering the British defense sector of the international sector. One of the bombs exploded, the spokesman said, and slightly wounded a Japanese soldier. Death Penally Provided Announcement of the regulations was a new development. They apply to all territory occupied by the Japanese in other parts of China as well as in Shanghai and the spokesman who announced them said foreigners would be subject to them. The death penalty is provided "if 01- fenses" tinder the regulation are deemed sufficiently serious. Japanese authorities said regulations would cover visitors to rx- cupled territories as well as residents and that they would continue so long as military operations endured or the army of nc- cupalion remained on Chinese soil. There were the makings of an international incident last night when First Sergeant E. D. Gorman of the United Slates marines, a Nebraskan, disarmed a Japanese municipal policeman who was threatening patrons of the Savoy bar with a revolver. The Japanese was taken to a police 'Nation. Dispatches from Hongkong reported today that a Japanese fleet of 20 vessels, including troop transports, hart been sighted at Macao, just below Hongkong, with many Japanese worplanes over them. _ -/.- ••• • ';.._-:~'r-- . :' This,-.was ^eticred'to^mean htat the Japanese soon might sfitt their threatened drive to cut -lie railroad between Hongkong and Canton, commercial capital of couth China. A drive on Canton would complete the Japanese campaign so that it covered all china, north c»ntral and south. Reports Tsinan Occupied SHANGHAI. Dec. 28 (Tuesday) (UP)—The Japanese news agency Domei reported today.<-;truft\ Japanese troops had occupied' the walled city of Tsinary 1 ,, capital of Shantung province. , I -. Other reports here said fighting was proceeding in' the modern part of the ctty. j ' James B. Norrid Dies At Home In Deering Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon in Kennett. Mo.. for Jnmes B. Norrl-i. Ri). •,.•)>„ (|i e( j at his home in Deeri»g. Mo., at 5 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Mr. Norrid was bom in Tennessee, but had moved to Deering many years ago. He is survived by his wife and four children. Holt Rmeral Home had charge of the arrangements. flew York Cotton NEW YORK. Dec. 27 (UP)—Cotlon closed steady. open high low close Jan 822 825 820 821 Mar 833 837 832 832 May MO 844 837 837 Jul 844 850 843 842 Oct 851 857 851 851 Dec 85G 860 855 854n Spots closed steady at 842, off l. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 27. (UP) — Cotton futures closed one lo three points off on a steady market today. open high low close Jan 832 832 832 829b Mar .845 848 843 843 May 850 85G 849 849 Jul 854 SCO 854 854 Oct 862 8«3 8G1 861 Dec 8G5b 864b Spots closed quiet at 853, off 3. Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS, III., Dec. 27 (UP)—Hogs: receipts, 8,500. Top, 8.65 Heavier weights 8.40-8.65 Light weights 6.25-6.60 Cattle: receipts, 3,000 Steers, 1.00-9.25 Slaughter steers Mixed yearlings, heifers, 6.00-7.75 Slaughter heifers, 5.75-12.75 Beef cows, 4.75-6.00 Cutlers and. low cutters 3.50-4.S» Former Senator Heflin Reported Seriously III LAFAYJ5TTE, Ala., Dec, S7 (UP) -Former senator j. Thompson leflin (Dem., Ala.) candidate for Die senate In a specinj primary to be held January \ |$ in a t Lafayette hospital with lobar pneumonia, Jits physician said to- Heflln, who is 68, was brought to (he hospital Saturday with a temperature of 104 degrees His physician. Dr. N. A. Wheeler said Dr. Wheeler described the colorful former senator's condition as "greatly improved" and said his temperature had dropped to slightly above 100 degrees nt no today. BLYTHKVKill'J, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, DKCEMBKK a?, U137. P. B. Davis, 50, Struck By Car Driven By Hub- eit Cole mf'i Bl i DavlS| 50 ' was Instantly b 1 /I Str " Ck b - v "" "" to <»°W e driven by Hubert Cole, Sandy nt ™ M ""m' nbout six mllcs so" 1 " of BJyllievllle on Higluvav 01 Friday ins it. Davis, walking Homeward with Christmas packu-es an- WrwiUy stumble.! into tl,e pUh of Coles car and the accident was listed as unavoidable by officers m? 1 ! t S " ffl? '' e<l a cn " hed sk »" nd internal injuries which caused nstanl death. He was a-fiinn ln- r""», ?!' lhe r -"" e ' cy fl ™. • so '" h f Blylhei'lUe. Funeral services were held Sim- day afternoon at the Hamm Funeral Home with the Rev. Howard King officiating. Interment was made at Sandy Ridge cemetery. Mr. Davis is survived by his wife Mrs. M.iltie Davis, and five daughters. Audrey, Ida May, Anna Pearl Lena Ruth and Waiuia Lou. E. 0. lUM Congressman Attacks Lan- d6h'-'For""His Critical Statement WASHINGTON, Dec,/"27» (OP)— Representalive Ham.j-ltdn Fish (Rep., N. Y.) today warned" that the administration is not 'Immune to criticism in its foreign policy and assailed former Governor. Alt M. Landon for his statements ' in ( -.<3rmection with destruction of the Panay. As acceptance of Japan's apology for the destruction of the U. S. gunboat closed the international incident Fsh praised the administration for "able handling" of the situation but caustically referred to Landau's activities in the incident. "I urn puzzled and alarmed nt the inspired statement appearing that the foreign policies of the administration are above critl- :lsm," Fish said. "Governor Landon, who knows less than nothing about inter- sationn! issues and amply riemon- •tralcd that fact in the last campaign, rushed t; the defense ot the president, slamming members of congress without the faintest knowledge of the situation." "The fact Is that every Republican member of congress supported Secretary Hull's firm note to the Japanese, demanding apologies, compensation and guarantees." Pish said. "Tiie preservation of peace with honor is the most Important issue confronting the nation." Fractures Hip In Fall On Ash Street Friday W. Alex Gwaltney fell as he was walking along Ash street Chrislmns Eve and fractured his hip bone. He was taken lo his home following Hie accident where examination was made by a physician nnd yesterday lie entered the Blytlievllle hospilal for further examination nnd treatment. Roseland Infant Dies Funeral services were heL Christmas morning at 10 o'clock for Jesse • D. Densmore, one-day- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Densmore of Roselond, at the Maple Grove cemetery where interment was made. The Rev, Morris Howcll conducted the service. Cobb Funeral Home was in charge of lhe arrangements. Chicago Wheat Dec. May open high low close 951-2 9C7-8 947-8 957-8 92 • 935-8 915-8 921-2 Chicago Corn open high low close nee. 59 61 1-2 59 611- May 605-8 621-8 GO 1-2 613-4 UNCLES TUN SHOPLIFTERS m RECOVERED Two Plead Guilty and Two Others Charged In Wholesale Thefts Blytlievllle mere-limits (locked to the office of Police Ciller Ed liice tliis morning to inspect a miscellaneous assortment of articles, ranging from razor blades to tern-' inine dainties and cam nlaiitcrs to hardware allegedly stolen by n group of shopliltors here Christ- inns Eve. The loot, valued at nboiit $200 ippnrently h n ,| been taken from at least seven or eight stores. Two of the group, nil of whom claimed Memphis ns their home entered pleas of guilty to petit larceny j n municipal court this morning mid were fined $100 pnch They were Mrs. B. S. Robertson nd Mrs .Sam Johnson. Charge gainst Pearl Bright and Robert Jones ure yet to be disposed of ei e li. year old girl W u 0 ac- coropanied 'He group has not been formally cha..-ed with any offense Ironically eu -igh apparently no artrek's were stoi, i from the merchant who bccam. suspicions of the group or i( they did stall any Doc 80<xi * they C011|<1 not be The biggest victims of the .,„„„_ lifters included amber's Department store, J. C. Penney Co Inc Lsaa'cs 1 "' 51 ' C0mpany aild ' Jo <> It jms at G. H. Grear's. grocery -iiat the group aroused the sus- ilclons of employes and Lee War- rmgioiti, patrolman, was called e trailed them to their car and hscovered the machine to 1 be lienv- i,i n cd wit " an ass °''tinent of foods (hat .included dishes, gloves ln coats, sbirls, ties, dresses, mderwear, cooking utensils Ordered to patrol the coast of Southern California in mysterious U. S. fleet maneuvers was the destroyer Balch. shown above In San Diego harbor, one of four new heavily armed "pocket bat Ill-ships." Instead of single guns fore nnd aft, the' Balch carries eight nw- Inch guns In livln turrets - the armament of a cruiser. Naval authorities refused to comment • on the California patrol, tho guarding ot navy yards, or the halting ol four Japanese fishing vessels otr San Diego harbor. 'Death Row" Vacant In Quebec's Prison _ QUEBEC, Que. (UP) 3rst time., in more ihe.- "death- row'; -in.:. Quebec |a) ^ ^ ley Carter, former mayor of' Gas-' pe, who was,,fiia4-geu/:wiliv "ilie murder of ' Arnold-'-'"Flash" Gordon, nnd Georges Grenier, 33- year-old Quebec milk driver, sentenced to haijg.'for the murder of his wife, were r faquited - ; -^ —f-PH,—-.. ••' ••••" Ha(llesni»e Business On .Top YODER|!colo,'. (UP)—If Dutch WeisSciiniuV ICBII'I nnd a. market go Into the business of han'esting rattlesnakes for their venom. Weissenfluh has captured about 50 of the snakes and is keeping them in a deep oil drum, while he scouts for a purchaser. At White House for Christmas tm It's tough not having Daddy at home for Christmas, but 5-year- old Diana Hopkins, above, daughter of WPA Administrator Harry L, Hopkins, should have a prelly good time, at that^ for she's to spend the holidays at the White House with little Sara Roosevelt, the President's granddaughter. Diana's father is recovering at the Mayo c!v.uc in Rochesler after an operation tor a stomach ailment. Her -..., molher died muuily, 8INGLK COPIES FIVE CENW Guarding the West Coast RUES HELD FDR GIEEt s At Hospita In Memphis . -PSCEOI..A, Ark., Dec. 27.-^Funeral services for. Mrs. Sarnli Grcer, 80. ,wer e - held at '- the Methodist Church in Wilson yesterday afternoon by the Rev. E. W. Faulkner. Daslor, assisted by the Rev. D. D. Seger, pastor of the Baptist church. Mrs. Greer died Thursday night at St. Bernard's hospital In Jonesboro following an attack of pneumonia at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lucretla Click of Monetle, ten days ago. Born In Virginia of Irish parents, Mrs. Greer came with her husband to the Wilson rommimity over fifty years ago and together with him was one of the pioneers in the development of th e Wilson and Carson Ijl;e communities. She is survived -by three sons, Jesse and Webb Greer of Wilson, Sidney Greer, manager of Jolin Deere Implement Co., West Memphis: and a daughter, Mrs.. Lu- crctln Clirlr of Monehto. thirty-two ~ cr.rt'hiMr»n and twenty-four great grandchildren. Pallpearers were members of the sheriffs force: Hale Jackson, J. P. Relnmlller, J. E. Thrailkill, Herman Splcer, Dave Gwalfney, fjeo Schrle nnd Dave Young. Swifl Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements with burial In the Bassctt cemetery, Many Minor Accidents Re ported Due'To Slij'""*"' •• Roads, Poor Visibility LITTLE ROCK, 'Dec. 27 (UP) — Fog and light showers were re ported to be general over tin stale today by lhe weather bnrea\ while slate police said numerous auto accidents had been reportcc due to the "muck." Showers were reported In the northwest portion of the state and noon reports said It was turning to snow and sleet. Highways In the central section; of the state were slippery am visibility was reduced to 100 yards In Little Dock one accident, Involving a bakery truck and n fire department auto, had been re Ported by noon. The weather forecast for (lit eastern part of the slate tonight called for showers which mlgh turn to snoiv. Cub of Movie Lion Leo Routed By Pet Rabbit SAN FRANCtSCO (UP)— Siul;, 9-wecks-old cub of Leo. famous moving picture lion, was routed by a pet chinchilla rabbit here. Suzle, nbout twice the size of (he rabbit, started to stroke the latter with its paw, when the rabbit sunk hts buck teeth into the cub's hide and the latler took to flight. Stock Prices NEW YORK, Dec. 27. (UP) - Slocks declined to the lowest levels of the month today with pressure centering on leading Issues. Volume Increased after early, dullness. A. T. & T. .............. H5 1-2 Anaconda Copper ....... 301-3 Associated D. o ......... ' 63-1 Beth. Steel ........... ... 58 1-8 Boeing Air .............. 311-4 Chrysler ................ 60,1-3, Cities Service ............ 17-8 Coca Coin ............... 100 General Electric ......... 431-2; General Motors ......... 31 1-3 Tnt. Harvester ........... M 7-8 Montgomery Ward ....... 321-4 N. Y. Central ........... 173-4 Phillips Pet .............. 38 5-Bj Radio ................... 61-8 . Simmons ............... 24 1-4 Schcnley Dlst ............ 153-8 Standard of N. J ......... 44 3-4 1 Texas Corp .............. 39 1-4 U. S. Smelting .......... 61 U. S. Steel ............... 56 6-8 For Kidnapers Who Released Victim CENTEIU'ILLE, Ind.. Dec. Ti lUP)—state police and specla (deputies pressed their search lo day for two men who kldnapei three-year-old John Bryan 01 Christmas Eve, then released hin unharmed when hampered bj close pursuit of Irate citizens. The car used (n the flight wa: found last night on a lonely roa< nenr Newcastle. Ind., 40 mile »' of here. The bov. son of John L.' Bryin, moderately wealthy cashier of (he Center-vine Slnte Bank, was kid- naped for $3,800 ransom but no money was paid. SPEED? TIL Of MRS LIKELY Srucc l\j Promises Action In Crittenclcn County ^Assault Case MARION, Ark., Dec. 31. (UP)— IVo nn^njes. H'lio coiifcssed, tlu-y criminally attacked a young Memphis white.wonum sulurclay nljjlit, urobnbiy will Ue glvt'ii u siiei'dy trial this week, District I'rosecnlcr Mriicc Ivy si\ld loduy. Ivy conferred hero wltli Slicrlff Howard Ciirlln, who nrrcjitrd Hie ncaroes shortly alter thu altuck und lodged them In the Crltlendeii county JnH. "l hope we can convene a special Kcsslon of court ihls week nnd have « speedy trlnl," Ivy suld. The negroes were llslril ns Thi'o Hiomas, 2S, and Prank curler, 20, both of Memphis. (Jlrl Jxift Trail Oniccrs said tho 18-year-old victim of the attack probiibly saved her life by leaving Indweil bits of her dress along a trull as the ne- groes carried her from Hie highway to the Mississippi river bottom lands. ' ' A searching parly found her about five hours utter the utltick uy.following the lorn bits pf clothing with llushllghts. sliu was almost nude nnd was suffering from shock and exposure. Taken to St. Joseph's hospital hi Memphis her condition wiis • re|>ort(!d satlKfnctory today, .loimhoL-i) Youth Kscort The young woniiin's escort, ill the time, of the holdup and alluqk wiis P. E. Uradlng, 21, ol Jonesboro. Hu said the negrocs approached the parked car and said "this Is n holdup." Forced lo get out ot the cur Bradlng escaped and ran for help. When he returned Hie neuroes )ind lakcn tlic young \vonmu iiiul lied Into the bottom lands. Ivy said conviction of the negroes on charges of criminal assault would carry the death penally. Question Pair In Slaying Of Negro Farm Laborer Christmas Death Toll Passes^SOO Copyright by Unllcd prow Violent <leAth cut short Ihc Clnhtinm; merry inaklmj o( mnre than (iOO inifsatis, despite a iwlloii- wtde cnmjmlin lor safely nnd n warning from President Roosevelt. A national survey showed tnduy llmt. DM lives were lost—In Irfidlo accidents, murders, suicides, nccl- deittnl shootings, Irnln ami nir- plune criinlie.s nnd poisonings. Ontcluls of tho national sufrly council, who hud urn«l motorist* lo ««• mare (linn usuul ciiiitlon on Hid highways, snlil thu ilenth toll wiis "discouraging," President Ko'iisovHll had lent his weight lo llio council's ctimpnljjn vvllli « letter deploring Yulettde accidents. Illinois led oilier stales In Inlal- IPS ivllli 11 lota! of 71; Arknnstui had I'.!. iniSJESOB Wnr Time Cabinet Member S ti c c it in b s On Christinas Day CLEVELAND, Dec. 27. (UP) — Newton D. linker, win- time secrc- Inry of war. will be burled tomorrow In Lake Vle« r eomolriy. follotvltig funeral services In Trinity K)ilsco- pul clmiTli. The \vllsoii caljlnol officer, mi. died, at his home Chrlsliuon puv of cerebral thrombosla. ills \«lilow and two of lih three olslldren, Mrs. John. I'. McOcnn, nnd Ncivlon i>. Baker lir, were nl Ills bedside. The Ihlrd child, Mrs. Fulton Wright, was In California. Bilker's grave will lie near those of other prominent Cleveland residents, Including John D. liockc- fcller und Myron T. Herrlck, former ambassador to France. Hold Pair For Federal Agents On Liquor Charge Barlnnd Skelton ami O. W. Thompson, laken in, custody by Deputy _Shcillf. Arch' MndBcy Frl- *iyw;h.Jlc .nllpgedly blinking im- slninperl liquor lo n house hnre, will be .turned t over lo federal authorities ^ for .prosecution on federal • Dliarueav'll was .stntcd to[|ay. '. '• (; t V • The ijiciu ai'f being held In the 'comity i : Jntfi litre awaiting nrrlvn if f.,.l -..,.1 ".•»'-_;; i . !lflo New Zealand to Push Press Restriction Statute WELLINGTON, N. Z. (UP) — Legislation designed to restrict the freedom of the press Is to be Introduced by the New Zealand government at the beginning of next year. Tlie'legislation, it Is understood, will provide that articles on political subjects be signed by the writers and will prevent the publication of anonymous correspondence relating to politics. Human Torch Takes Fire to Fire Station Authorities remained todfty that the slaying of Bus WnMHHpSO, negrii laborer, whose body lyas, fodtid (Jhrlstuuix-'iriorfi-' lug In -11 shallow drainage" ditch on the No. Two I.oc Wilson farm, near Arniorel, would. bo solved Soon,.. 'Held In; Jail today •'< were-'Full Sinllli, S8.'and his wife, Uoulnii Smith, negroes, who have been - - .., - - questioned in collection wllh Hie *> r federal',!l$joj)ts. slaying. ' Tile body was found by n group of negroes who were walking by the ditch. They summoned officers who found a deep hole In the I dead man's skull and discovered that lib pockets had apparently been emptied. Cllne Dobbs and Arch Llndsey, Investigating officers, traced what they said were .shoe prints from the s]iot where a bloody trail to the ditch began nnd went to the SmKh house. There they found a shoe that was claimed to tit one set of tracks. It Is understood that the negro prisoners admit that Johnson was nt their house Christmas Eve nlpW. but ciony llmt they hillwl him. Autos Are Damaged In Minor Accidents Two minor automobile accidents occurred over the week end here. A car driven by Jim Henderson and one driven by a man (rom Michigan collided Saturday night on Highway IB just north of Roseland. causing about J100 damage to both cars. C. P. Lloyd was In the car wllh Mr. Henderson. Prldny night cars driven by J. L. Guard and Fremont Scrapes figured in an accident at Main and Broadway. Mr. Scrapes' car received $100 damage and Mr. Guard's car. $50 damage. Both men were nlone. No one was injured In cither 'accident. Peggy as She Won Her Suit EflF BY YOUNGSTOWN, O. UIP) — T-rank Wehr took his fire lo the fire station. His clothing aflnme when he was sprayed by an exploding gasoline Can, lie dashed lor the nearby station, screaming. A fireman tackled him nt the entrance and beat out the flames. Wejir suffered seconfl-Hegree burns. WPA Aid For Schools In Arkansas Sought LITTLE ROCK. Dec. 27. (UP) —Officials of the state department of education nnd state WPA Director Floyd Sharp today conferred In efforts to obtain WPA funds for aid lo Arkansas schools. W. E. Plilpps. slate education commissioner, announced he planned to ask "for an undetermined" amount of motiey for state schools. He said lhat according lo present needs ot least $300,000 will be necessary. Firemen Have Only One Call During Christmas The fire deportment was called out only once over Christmas, the call being to lhe home of Mr. and Mis. C. W. Affllck Christmas night! about 7:30 o'clock when the fur-1 nace became overheated, and the water tank boiled over. .' The damage was negligible. | Peggy Hopkins Joyce's famous smile descried her as she sat, above, in Los Angeies court, nervously massaging the fingers o£ a broken arm while she countered accusations of a film company that n 12-year-old note lor 520,000 remains .unpaid. The smile returned when a verdict was returned in her favor. Causes Senator Hatch To Demand Action WAOHINOTON. Dec. 27. (UP)— Senator Carl A, Hutch (Dem., N. M.; tixlnv culled foi n congrcsilonal Investigation uf nllcgtti monopolistic practices of big business ns outlined In n radio address last night by Assistant Attorney Oencrnl Robert If. Jackson, llnidi said ho believed It would bo proper for the special senate coimnlltco investigating unemployment und relief to Include In Its survey it study of Jackson's charges, llnii'h Is n member of tho commlt- ice which will begin public hearings .lull, 1, one day' nflcr congroon convenes in regular session. "I believe that Iliere^s much lo what Mr, Jackson 1ms snld .niip'ut limned monopolies," itiilch snld. Jackson's denunciation of alleg- •wl inonoiiollstio tendencies gave rise to tt|K!<mlntlqii over possible uliiilnlslradon approval of jnove- •ni'iils for . Interstate licensing .of cnrporitdoiu in u general antU 'rust drive. • ". .. •"• Senator Wlllluin E. Borah. (Rep,, , Ul.) inciniwhilc bitterly denounced llio use of consent decrees by tile Justice deportment in the drive uunlnst monoiiollsllc prnctlccs. Jncktioii went on the radio with'a iletiunclnlloii of "profiteering" by monopoly which, he said, exacted such high prices . (hut ixircliaslns diminished mid the country weiit Into Ihc present cconomfif sluiiipr Will lie Iwnitt It, liiu) liecn freely iircdlctol that (ho nionoiioly Issue would be made an outstanding ono nt the session of congress nest ulonlli. It gener- nlly hns been nssumed. though never announced officially, Unit so m o detailed recommendations would be iiiiide to C'oi\Trcss by Presltlent Roosevelt, who has favored new legislation on the, subject: Some have expressed belief the administration might seek n congres- slonul Investigation designed lo result in n national program of monopoly control.;.- ,- ./'. •'•".: : Jackson has been hammering In recent weeks tit.the Iheme lhat the business recession is attributable to Hie aclrftvof blj; business. Itself. k'rolUcerlnir llrlngs Slinnii Lust nlghl. he said: ... It is Die monopolists, nnd those so near monopoly as to control their prices, who by profiteering have simply priced themselves out of the market, and priced thomsnlves into a slump. : •' "When business goes into a Jumps the workmen go home without jobs. When workmen go home without jobs the ..grocer, tho ,baker.; the clothier-and all the rcsl' have -lost their customer.;(When ,the . custf- mcr is lost'itlie,jniBrchant'cancels Ills order for goods! j '. : -' ' 'i '"And when the cancellation reaches back to big business, where It started, the big business mail clamors llmt govcrnmqny should give him confidence." : '•• • ,. Appendicitis Is Fatal * To Preston J. Brock ! :i .1 T 1 <• \> 1-1 ild, 1 j \i J o'clock. It is believed that lie died of complications resulting from nn attack of appendicitis. Air. Urock hud been here for four months, having conic here from Kussellvllle to work on n Dlnsmore farm.. , . The tally was relumed to Russellville ycsle.rdny where funsral services arc being held today. Ife Is survived by his- wife, Vclma Brock, and llirec children, Delois, Charles nnd Belly Sue. Holt Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Masons and 0. E. S. To Install Officers Tonight The BlyUievillo chapters of Masons and O. E. S. will hold a joint installation of officers tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the hall. An invitation to the public has been extended. B. & P. W. Meeting Has Been Postponed The regular meeting of (he Business and Professional Women's club which was scheduled tor tonight lias been postponed until next week. WEATHER Arkansas-Mostly cloudy tonight and Tuesday; • occasional rain? probable except in northwest portion; slightly colder except in north portion Tuesday. ' Memphis and vicinity—Mostly cloudy, probably 'occasional showers, tonight and Tuesday, mild temperature; lowest tempcratuie tonigiil, 54 to 58.

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