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Served by the United Press BLYmUVULEE COUK1EK TOT DOMINANT NEW9PAPIR OF NORTfflttBT ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI HOME EDITION VOL. XXX—NO. 237 BlytherUie, D4Uy Ne«*. Blytberill* Coortar. V»Uej Letder. Blrlh»rHi> H.H-.I-I J31AT11KVIU,K, ARKANSAS, THUUSDAY, DKCKMIWU 21, SINGLE COPIES'FIVE CENTS Hunt for Missing Market Plunger Ended by His Reappearance. NEW YOnii. Dec. 21. (UP) — je-f.se Li. LIvcrmore, S]>eclacula'r stock market plunger, was in a New York hotel loom duriiur the 24 hours police listed him as missing person. 'A small army of city and Icrt- cral detectives who had combed Uic metropolitan district for seme clue to his "kidnaiiers" returned to their posts today somewhat, chagrined by the futility o( it all. Liverinore returned to his luxurious Park avenue apartment late yesterday and to his third wife who had reported him missing and Who had grown more distraught a Ihe passing hours indicated he might have been the victim of fou play. He explained that, for the past 24 hours his mind had been blank." He came to himself in a room in a midtown hotel, saw newspaper with his name coupled with the word "kidnap" in lur^c type, onU rushed home. He seemed pale and snmewha unsteady on his feet. He was ordered to bed and a physician called. Detectives questioned him anc left the apartment announcing the case was closed. Livermore's absence gave the metropolis as exciting a day as it ha: had in many a month. Walt street ^M-'cre his many market maneu vers have made him a legendary figure, paid more attention to fresh detaijs from the activities of detectives—details that indicated more and more the possibility of kid- naping—than to the ticker. Santa to Uive Her $500,000 liiuiglno the tin-Ill ot reaching iato your ClLri^tma^ sluckins aad pulling out tialC a million dollars' That will ho Uic experience oC 'IlenrtellG 1'ii-rinifj. above, or St. Louis, who wiH inherit lhal [ortuue ou Christmas Kve, when stia reaches 21. Henriettc, her mother, brolhej, aail slsler will divide the $^,000,000 estate of Henry I'ir- runs, Coluiiiljuu, 0., Industrialist. Three Fines Assessed for Liquor Possession Three men were fined for illegal possession of liquor by Municipal Judge C. A. Cunningham yesterday. Ceorge Abbott was fined $100 and Raymond-" AJaxwell and -.Clifford Jernlgan--»50 each. All three irere arrested In'raids by sheriff's deputies. Joe Davis, former city "dog catcher," was bound over to the grand Jury on a charge of embezzlement. He allegedly lost his employer's money in a crap fame while working as a fruit peddler. C. J. Hcggard was cleared of a charge of petit larceny. Ills defense to tl-c charge was that he had no knowledge that he stole articles taken from him, which had been removed from a counter in local store. He claimed to be subject to "spells" when he was not responsible for his actions. Kis father agreed that in the future he would be accompanied by another person while visiting the businsc; section. Four men were fined $10 for public drunkenness. R. B. Rollins was fined five dollars for disturbing the peace. Expect Manila Slayer to Seek Release on Bond S. F. Boiling of Manila, slayer of Paul C'oday. was to be arraigned for preliminary examination in municipal court Uiis afternoon. It was considered likely thai Bollinp. charged with murder, might waive examination if an agreement for h!s release on bond could be reached. If not it was possible that a habeas corpus hearing might be asked so that Boiling might seek bond. 'Reject .Senate Saloon Proposal by an Overwhelm ing Vote. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. Dec. 9. I Ul')—Rural drys, joined in a mil ilant .b^oo with exponents of ad ministration relief measures, hel the wliip hand today'over the sen ale nnd its hope of legnlrzlng sa loons in Missouri. Shouting and hooting down & opposition, they voted, 101 to 3 against the upper body's proposa allowing all state towns and citie with 2.500 Inhabitants or more se government on the sale of liquor The provision was part of the sen ate-house conference report. The house action, believed i presage an early recess of the spe c!al session of the legislature, came on whether or not the l<iwer body should accept a report of five senators and five representatives who had been unable to agree on a compromise liquor bill. TEN1ITI D. I CWA .Improvements (or Country Club- Site Are Anticipated. Tentative approval of an ahpoii . hei-c to be improved will) CWA i! funds has been given by Alberl ollmcckc, inspector for the slulej WA airport projects, warren 1 Vrlght, local aviator and chalr- iim of an American U-nlon com- illlee, named lo invc-silufite pos- .bllilics of sccurin? an alrpoH, as announced.- Thp proposed airport would tn- iiidc the Blythcville country club olf course and a tract of land Im- icdiately adlplnlng It on the I'uth. li would (jive a :i.ooo fool orth and soulli runway. A gravel oud skiiiing the south side of the riict would be part of the im- rovcnients anlicipatcd. 'Hie alr- »rt would be a municipal airport ut the city could sub-lease it •ithont expense to (he city, it Ls tated. Ex-Mrs. Gable Seeks Old Role American Called Chief f Espionage Organization •I'AI'TS,- Dec. 21. (UPl-l'orliitf ycr an astonishing assortment of trci documents, police U-llevcd lu- ay they had broken llw French «gmenl of the espionage oruunl- alkm whosv operations extended o the United stales mi:l Japan. Robert (lonluii gvlu. 29. nf Katt lrnni;e, N. J., was alleged [o be he chief of Ihe Paris uroup S|x.'c- iiH; in air corps anil army Ino 1 . illation. Mysterious "Madame stiilil." 48- enr-otd liassian, Ihey charged, penalized In naval Informntion. 'Illi I/)uls Martin, Frnirii Kovrrii u-nl imnsliiUT, her ])i-|iu-i|i:il as fclani. ^ooksberry Reports . on Employment Gam- in Arkansas Since Sept. LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 21. (UP)— W. A. Rcoksberry, federal labor commissioner for Arkansas, reported to Washington today 89,463 persons harj been employed in the state since September 1. Of this number 62,084 are employed on CWA projects. Out of the lotal number on CWA Jobs 5.013 are world war veterans. He announced this afternoon that $93.000 worth of commodities will be purchased from Arkansas farmers tomorrow^ W. R. Dyess, CWA chairman for Arkansas, will leave tonight • for New Orleans where he will attend a meeting of regional CWA officers. Explains Refusal to "' ': • Grade Green's Milk Here's one part in which cue- aclress should Ut letter perfect— ami- Josephine Dillon, aljovc, actress and voice teacher, Ijelievfia slie Is.. Informed that a play dealing wllli the life of Clark Cable. moTle idol, mixht he produced, H!IA axkcd . for the part of the !!rst wlte —because nhe. really \vr.s Ui* 2rst Mrs.'Clark It's Smart To He, Skin-ny Flags Down Florida l:'.x-| press Aflcr Landslide i Blocks [racks. Osreolan Claims Action RpsuUed in Cancellation Of His Insurance. Cites Caresses of Chorus Girls in Cross Complaint for Divorce. LOS ANOELES, Dec. 21. (UP) — A primrose patli lined with beautiful chorus girls who caressed and kissed her errant husband \vns de- scilbcd today by Almec Semple Me- Plicicon Hutlon as grounds for divorce from portly David L. Hnt- ton jr, Striking back at her Imsbnml who instituted divorce proceedings last summer, the evangelist accused him of cruelly in moving to bring to an end their two-year-old romance In a counter suit. The counter suit was filed only a few hours before she returned home from a nation wide evangelistic and vaudeville tour, Hutlon was acduscd In the cross complaint of stooping vto • "cheap" publicity stunts In furthering his stage career. IJe allowed himself to be photographed • with '"scantily Ircssed girls whom he permitted to, aress ami kiss him" In "utter dls- eiiard to the marital status of the mules and disclosing a marked .1- Itude of Indifference toward her deals, wishes 'and desires." accord- ng to the complaint OAKDALK. Trail., Dec. 21. (UP) —An Injured railway signal man today saved the crack Florida bound I 'once du Leon train from a wreck. | W. L>. Waters :UKl It. 0, Kelly. hail sliii U'd out on a rail motor car i early tuduy to liisiwcl IlKi electric j block system. Ten miles north of Oiikdulr. ui 1 urn., the car crushed Into a landslide, throwing Waters M kel mill Kelly into a rock pile. Waters dragged his comrade trom the trucks, and although sutferliw. from a possible frncture at Ihu base 'of the brain, tun to ling down lilt 1 fust I'OIKT ilc 1*011, bound from Detroit t« Miami. Waters pu!)c:l the electric block nyslem's wires so thnl- the signal showed red and Mumbled up the tru^k, wiivlng n red fusee, York, and PltUsbiiruh, O. Bhoriyo, city milk Inspector, said today In explaining his refusal to place a grade on milk retailed by Karl Greene, local dairyman, that a recording thermometer at Greene's pasteurization plan^has been broken and he has been unable to ascertain whether", or .not OSCEOLA, Ark. — Tile • alleged carelessness of employes of the MtetesippT County Bank -»t Osce- o)> tn tvrnint tavi-. a ten dollar crieelc because of insufficient funds, when, accordlne to the depositor, he had' a sufficient amount oh hand to cover the check, mav result in a S2.000 'loss to _the bank if contentions of Robert G. Kellum In a suit filed in circuit court here are sustained by the jury when the case is heard at the term to convene Jariauary 1. • Kellum, represented by Bruce Ivy, Os'ceola 'attorney, alleges-'that he dairy's milk is properly .pas-1 he sent the check'to the Mosaic Life Insurance Company of-Buffa- Former Banker Accused in $500,000 Robbery SAN ASTONIO, Tex.. Dec. 21. (UP)--S. D. Bonner, former president of the Commercial National tank of San Anlonio. was held here today By federal officers in connection with a S500.000 mail robbery i the Chicago loop district December G. 1932. Bonrier was arrested on a fugitive M-arrant frcm Chicago. Jack Applebaum Gets City Tag Number One Jack Applebaum. Main street merchant, will display Blythcvllle's number one city tag 'on his car for 19M. Appiebaum secured the lag froiv Sidney Craig, city clerk, who recently announced that 1934 tags could be issued nt this time; Mrs Ij. W. Gosnell received the number two tng which corresponds will: her telephone number. Papers in Chancery Cases Must Bear Oath Chancellor J. F. Gaiitney has dl- 'ctert the chancery clerk here to nr.ounce that nil complaints anc ther legal papers In cases in his ourt must bear the oath of the arty involved or his attorney, ad linistcrcd bv an officer with a cal. Otherwise papers will not cceptcd. New York Cotton NEW YORK. Dec. 21 (UP) — Cotton closed steady. op?n high low close 187 987 978 083 983 98(3 980 1000 1002 997 1019 1019 1012 10?? 1032 1020 1051 1051 1044 Dec Jnn March May July Oct 982 999 1014 1028 1048 Spots closed r;i>:et, at 1000. oil 5 New Orleans Cottot NEW ORLKAN'P. Dec. 21 (UP)— Cctton closed steady. open high low clos Dec -—- 973 984 Jan 992 982 078 979 March May July Oct 1000 1015 1029 1045 1000 1015 1029 1045 996 1010 1025 1041 999 1012 1026 1044 Spots closed steady nt 089, off Stock Price* curbed. .In (lie recent list cf grades an- oujiced by the milk inspector no rade was given Greene's dairy, the nly local dairy which now-clalms o provide pasteurized milk for its onsumcrs. Fourteen dairies are pproved producers of Grade A raw Itdwood's Rosey Glow Denied by Expert SAN JOSE, Cal. (UP)—California redwood does not give off a red glow when burned, it was ex- jlatned by Rev. George Nlckels- mrg. He was driving several East- visitors past a lumber mill. Smoke from the mill's stacks took on a glow from the setting sun. "Oh, look!" cried one of the visitors. "They must be burning some California redwood." Earns Carnival Queen's Crown A. T. and T Anaconda Copper Bethlehem Slcel Chrysler Cilics Service Coca Cola Genera! American Tank General Electric General Motor.-. International Harvester Middlcwest Uli!illcs .... Montgomery V.'srd New York Central 103 1-8 13 1-'^ 34 3-4 49 7-8 1 1-2 93 32 1-8 17 5-8 32 5-8 ' 38 1-2 1-8 20 5-8 31 7-8 Packard 35-8 Phllll|)s Petroleum Radio Corp Simmons Bedi St. Louis-San Francisco Slandard of N. J Texas Co U. S. Steel 14 5-8 6 5-i 15 12 47 1-2 24 1-4 45 1-4 Chicago Wheat Dec Dec May open 78 1-2 ai 1-igh tow 79 5-8 7V 7-8 81 7-8 79 7-8 close 78 180 3-4 Chicago Corn open high 41 1-8 42 1-8 48 1-fi 47 7-ft low close 41 1-8 42 147 1-2 48 5-B lo. N. .Y;, In payment .of -'the annual, premium on a life Insurance policy 'of $2,000, that he received the company's receipt, but later when his check was presented to the Mississippi County Bank anc pavmefit refused, the company canceled 'and refused to re-Instate his-insurance. Kellum alleges his health has failed and he' Is unabl to secure other or additional insurance, and Is damaged In' the sum' of .$2.000, for which he i seeking Judgment against the bank The suit Is one of a large num ber of damage suits, many of them for personal Injuries, scheduled fo hearing at' the approaching lerm. Six suits, companion cases, grow ing out of a highway acciden north of Osccola in which three persons were killed and three oth ers Injured, have been filed agtilnst the J. E. Grear Trucking Company of Memphis for damage aggregating $03.145. Nettie Shields of Blythevlllc, represented by J. T. Coston of OSCB- ola. is sueing the Western Union Telegraph Company for t3,000 for Internal injuries, cuts and bruises, which she alleges she sustained when knocked down on a sidewalk in Blytheville by a messenger for! the telegraph company who was riding a bicycle. Women End First Day oi Endurance Flight MIAMI, l-'la., Dec. HI. (Ul 1 )—Mrs. Frances llarrell, New Miss Helen lllchey, droned their airplane, "Outdoor Girl," over Miami today after completing liiclr Ilr.nt night hi u si-i> ontl ullcmpt lo break the world's record for endurance lilt'hl.for women. The Ilycrs, up In the air since 1:03 p.m. yoslerdny, had oi 24 hours lo Ihclr credit this afternoon. The fir.u miu-.iji- ,ciu^*- ing was successful nl U p.m..yesterday and a second was imidc sijortly afler dawn today. . The refueling plane carried orange Tulcc, cereals and colfee lo the "dying boudoir." No message has been received from 4he Ilycrs. Roosevelt Extends ^ Blanket Agreement WASHINGTON. Dec, 21—President Roosevelt Wednesday announced a. renewal the .blanket re- rmploymcnt code ' for four months liter Jan. 1. The statement by the president Mlows: "The President's re-employment agreement acco.'ding to Its original terms will end 0:1 Dec. 31. At that lime' permaner* codes of fair competition will apply to approximately 70 per cent,of all employes who will eventually b« covered, by codes. "In the miiljt of winter a.nd with many persons m>t of work, It is essential that the New Year shiMh not bring with it ahy let down in the recovery pro^iam In Ihe trades and industries which at [hat time have not cor.ie under approved cedes and lo which, therefore, only the • President's re-employment agreement applies. "I am, therefivc, Inviting every employer In thw. trades and in- duslrles to Join with me 111 an extension of the President's re-employment agreement for four moulds. Denies Admitting Bank . Statements Falsified WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. (UP) — Robert O. Lord, former president of the Guardian Detroit Union .Group, Inc.,. today repudiated statements to made .yesterday to the se'hat* banklng~comrnltl«e 'thai'by means of a • bookkeeping process unit banks In the 'group were In n !>osltloii to make reports to the public which were In conflict, with the facts. Lord- said lie did not undersland a question pul to him by Ferdinand Pecorn, commitlee counsel. The queslion was in regard to n practice of unit 1 banks in submitting reports to the public showing'"ho bills payable." "Despite the fact that there were bills payabTj?" Pecora asked yesterday. ' Lord .replied. "Yes," but told th: committee today his answer should have been unqualifiedly no. Mystery Surrounds Strange Murder of Young Bale- cry Employe. 13OSTON, Dec. 21. (UP)—The body of a beautiful 18-year-old girl wns found pinned to the floor of a bakery by a bread knife through her throat early loday. A second knife had been used to curve n cross in lier forehead. The victim was Ethel Zuckcrnmn, • 18, who recently was graduated from high school uiid went '.o work in the bakery of Benjamin, blckof- slty, which Is near Boston's Chinatown. The body was discovered by two of her friends. Detectives said they wew. completely mystified. The girl had bL-en alone in ihc bakery during the evening. Bickofsky said IB was miss- Ing from the cash register but police did not believe robbery was tlie mollve. A former taxi driver who vhlted Ihe bakery nlgTil!y, % lo buy slate bread for his dog was sought for questioning, Qllhough delcctivea said Ihere was nothing to connect him with the crime except that he hud made his usual visit. Earlier the girl had telephoned her employer that he- was there but thnl Ihere was no stale bread. She p was lold lo give him fresh bnad. The vlclliu lay on her back, Ncurby was the second knife, the one which tiad been used to slash' tlic cress on her forehead. Police s»ld the cross resembled lhat slashed In gangland victims to designate t "double erosser." At the same time they expressed doubt, that It was an underworld killing; A theory that a. rejected suitor slew Ethel was favored by police. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zuckcrman said Ihcy knew of no suitors, however. "By that time I! Is exnectcd that the process of code making will have been virtun'ly completed" Pneumonia Fatal to Little Junior Setton 'WHori'ie? 5 Umberto appro*- 'a small Only $100 Contributed for Goodfellowi Work Of the 300 finiHles which the Away with .the fancy^. rrllly lln- aoodftllows; ha»' "Uk«n .. under gerle. and oif islth theVfur! That's their .>'lnp,r- .?£?'.7;hrii!r-'' "•'" the notice stylists served In creat- luu'been liir«n'«-tot»l ' Ing the' leopard skin underwear imatcly $100 in cash, you sec being exhibited for the amount of groceries and cloth-: first time In a London fashion show. Ing, and 18 families hove been . It's the skin most girls will love adopted by individuals and groups.' lo louch, they predict. Tjlls leaves »100 in cash-to buy toys for the children and food for 282 famllte. The Qoodfellows are maikng last minute efforts to have this sum increased as little Christmas "Joy. can be spread with about 35 cents ( for each family, according to Ross Stevens, chairman. Donations ot any kind will be greatly appreciated by the Oood- f el lows club, sponsored by the lo- . cal American Legion; "Doodle-Bu?' Operators Invade Ozark Country JOPLIN, Mo. (UP)—Renewed activity in lead and zinc mining in the tin-state field surrounding this the "dood lo- th e Missouri Junior Sellon. three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hoberl Setton, died at three o'clock yesterday afternoon at the home of his grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mann, near Promised Land. Tils death was attributed to diphtheria which is said to have resulted fatally" less than 24 hours after he became seriously ill. Funeral arrangements were in- omplete awaiting arrival of l'ic lOther. who Is a patient .at the Jooneville, Ark., sanatorium. The Cobb Undertaking company o in charge of funeral arronge- Huey Long's Political . Machine Falling Aparl NEW ORLEANS, DCC. 21. (UP)— Senator Huey P. Long today fought against dlsinlegratlon of liis political machine which in four years placed him In control of all nf !>•• ..tale's important offices, including the governorship and the two scuttle seats. While revolt against the machine flared In all pans of the slate, the dominant New Orleans Democratic organization, which had worked hand in glove with Long for three years, set about syslematir-xllv ' destroy every vestige of the alll- Oinsti In Cell Other Prisoners. With REDWOOD CITY, Cal., Dec. 21 (UPl — A "sulcldf Biiard" stood watch today over Umberlo Ghisti, 15-year-old lemneramenlal Ttallnn whn was charged formally vrttli Orsl degree, murder In the slaying if Ills slnper swcelhrart on the ™ve of her departure for a Mctro- ••nHtan Grand Opera company tryout. city has relumed bug" operator to Ozarks. The "doodle-bug' is also known A queen by merit is Miss Violtt Davis, above, of Kdmonton, At- berta, wlio lias been named to reign over the famous Banff winter carnival, Jan. 31-Feb. 4. She has qualified us an all-round s per I sworn an, and li described as «n excellent hocker player, fast skater, expert skier, ilrong «wrm- nur, skillful tennis pliyer, «u4 r|d<r, as a "witch stick." Tt Is a simple device by which the operator claims o be able to determine the presence of gold, oil or other valuable minerals. Although many remarkable tales are told about ilgh mineral deposits found through use of the "doodle.-bug," geologists refuse to recognize that method of exploration Dozens of "doodle-bug" explorations now are reported to be under way throughout the Ozark country Roasted Feuiuls Taxable OTTAWA, Ont. (UP)—Roasted peanuts are taxable In Canada The Tariff Board ruled that roast ing peanuts was a manufactiirln; Elected Rose Tourney Queen Swapptd Cones for Shoes OLATHE, Kan. (UP)— Druggist George w. Norrls (not the senator if Nebraska) offered Ice cream •ones in exchange for old shoes. Jorris' offer cost him 1.244 cones. but over 600 posr persons were giv- n h fairly good footwear. Crows Were to Blame CONCORD. Cal. (UP) — Crows frightened »n 18-horse team and :rowe was Injured seriously. Crowe was Hiram Crowe, 57, who was driving the 18-horse team hltclKd to a disk harrow. The horses ran away and Crowe was injured when the implement passed over his body. process and therefore subject t sales tax. They turned down RI appeal made by the Canadian] Pennsylvania. Fruit and Vegetable Association for a contrary ruling, Perm Slate Books Games STATE COLLEGE. Pa. (UP) Five of Penn State's • football op- oonenls this year appear on the 1934 schedule, which Includes Li- fayelte, Gellysburg, Lebanon Valley. Lehlgh. Columbia, Syracuse r.nd Muhlenbcrg and Ruler of a vast realm Is Mis Treva Scott, 19, above—"Queen of lite Seven Seas." A Pasadena Scolt has been selected to reign San Malco county officials fear- n d Ginsli would harm himself In 'ils cricf over the death of Emilia ''<i Prntn. 26. tfilenled South San Francisco soneblrd. Tliey plnccd 'hreo other prisoners In Ihe accused man's cell. Glustl did not learn ot 'tho sing-, er's death until Just before he was taken-secretly before a justice of neace for arraignment. He wept bitterly when told one nf the three shots he nllecedly fired In lenlnm raw had caused the t-irl's death. The prisoner, a gifted singer. Insisted that he had IntrmdPd to kill himself and that he had not meant to harm the Rlrl. They had inarreM when Miss da Pralo nhcEe her mnslcnl career In pre- forrrce to matrimony. The Rirl. whose dream of B New York debut was about lo bo ful- illed. was to be buried today In the suburban community where a ^rowd had Ihrcalencd Glusti after his arrest. Son oi Charles Dickens Dies Today in London LONDON, Dec. 21. (UP)—Sir Henry Dickens, 84, only surviving son of the novelist, died at St: Luke's hospital today. . [• He succumbed to injuries received Saturday when he was knocked" doivn by a motorcycle on an embankment. It was a coincidence that he died just at the Christmas season, the traditional English celebration of which was immortalized by his father. Chelsea slreets In recent weeks ave resounded with Christmas ca- o!s, mainly by school children, of- en svltl'in car shot of the dying nan. Price Cut Ends Row Over Cleaning Code WASHINGTON. Dec. 21. (UP) — The reduced minimum prices for dry cleaning which become effective tomorrow served today to break down the chief opposition to tr.e cleaners and dvers code as it has operated thus far. Isadorc Paul, leader of the opposition to the minimum prices set a month ago. advised NRA officials he Intended to urge compliance with the new prices which repre wnt o fcnerat 20 per cent rcduc tion. Paul was on? of ;he first men cited for alleged violation of the dry cleaning code. Through th National Retail Dry Cleaners and Outlet association he organized op position to the original minimum at th" annual Tournament ot 1 prices which developed Into consid - -— -'• i—.-.- .- -. | 103r i, lgs ncr Johns Hopkins were dropped in fa-' Kosea In the California clu on. erable slrcnglli at vor of Gettysburg nnd Idfaicllc: f{»<f Tfenr'ji J)»yi last wffk.- Will Promote Use of :; Muscle Shoals Power NEW YORK, Dec. 21. (UP)—A lan by which electrical appliances vould be made more easily avail- ble to residents in seven states of he Tennessee valley in an effort o build up "consumer load" on, x>wcr lines of the region was an- louneed today by David E. Llllen- hal, director of the Tennessee Valey Authority. Fight in AulomtAile Brings Death to Three RALEIGH, N. C., Dec. 21. (UP) — A fight In an automobile todtiy had caused the death of three men who were trapped underneath the wreckage of the machine for seven ours. Herman Potts, 19, the survivor, Is In a hospital suffering from exposure and injuries. WEATHER Arkansas—Generally fair to partly cloudy tonight and Prldav. Sllghlly warmer In north portion tonight. ; Memphis and vicinity—Pair and warmer tonight and Friday. Tr.e maximum icmpcrature here yesterday was 48. minimum 36, cloudy, with .08 of an Inch rainfall, according to Samuel P. Not*- : ' ris, oftlclsl weather <*s*r»*T. ;.-"•.

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