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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 30, 1937
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER Of NQRIOTAST ARKANSAS AND SOimnuOT WTMnrrot VOLUME XXXIV—NO. 2-13. Blythevllle Courier Blythevllle Herald Blythevllle Dally Neira Mississippi Valley Leader ARKANSAS AND SODTHKAOT MISSOURI Lowlands Around Calion Flooded But No. Immediate Damage Expected LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 30. (UPV- Continual vising of the. Ouachtta river In southwest Arkansas («day sent waters three feet above flood stage In the vicinity of Camden with a further rise forecast for tonight, according to ihc federal weather bureau here. The Ouncb.Ua stood Rt 20 fe?t at noon today at Camden and still was rising. The weather bureau here s>id the Ouachtta "would reach 30 feet at Camden . . . and continue high several days." At Ca'lon surrounding lowlands were flocded as the river climbed near the 30 foot mark, Begin Removing Livestock Fanners began removing their stock from the lowlands of tV Ounchlta but no Immediate iliin- Rtr was reported jor farmers living in that vicinity, it was said thtil the Ctiaehlt.i would have to rite above 35 feet before there would le any alarm. Two Bayou -was flooded today with waters continuing to rise slightly but SmacJcover creek, near El Dorado, was reported to be falling. Activities In the oil (lelfe near El Dorado almost had been suspended due to ivaters and consistent -rains. Road to Be Innnilated By tomorrow the old highway betweu Camden and (he north part- of the stab was expected to be under water, the weather bureau reported. All gravel roads lending from Camcien, though still open, are In miserable condition it was said. However, traffic will not be impeded because the newly completed highway between Camden and Hope is on a higher level an;l should not be damaged unless the ivatnr rises to nearly a 40 foot stage. Rev. A. E. Holloway Dies ,'AtjHomeIn MorrjlHon -'..The~Rev. A. E' HollowayV'wHo' served his first .pastorate at the First Methodist church here in 1893 and later returned as : pastor from 1911 to 1814. succumbed at tne family home in Morrillton last midnight. He had recently suffer•ed a paralytic stroke. He was about The Rev. Mr. Holloway had served as a pastor in.the North Arkansas conference of the Methodist Episcopal-church South for many years and had been superannuated at the November session of the conference. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mattie Kolloway, and a daughter, Miss Mattie Craig Holloway of Morrillton and two sons Elliott Holloway of Little Rock and Oklahoma, and the Rev. Fred Kolloway of Ne\y York City. Funeral services will be held at the Methodist church at Morrill- Ipn Friday afternoon at two o'clock. WPA Approves Luxora School Building Project JONESBORO, Ark., Dec. 30.—The Works Progress Administration has approvtd a project for the con' strucfion of a • $15,000 home economics and manual training buflti- ing at Luxora, H. E. Kemsbiirg, area supervisor, has announced. Construction of the project which will be located on the Luxora high school campus will be slarted in January. -WOJb; llLT€LL ~£9BHW _ ... — ^~—-< BY BOB BURNS __ I was .Just reading where this country ls one of the biggest exporters in the world but still we have 'ta depend upon foreign ships to carry our goods. If them foreign countries ever gst mad at us and refuse us transportation, we would find ourselves In about the same fix that my uncle was with his hardware store down home. One day a bij game hunter come through town and he dropped in at ray uncle's store and said "I want fitly cases of ammunition. I usually deal with the eastern distributors but I would like to give you the business If you con handle it." My uncle says '"Why sure—I can take care of you." Tlie hunter says "Well, send tli e fifty cases to Nigeria in Africa." ' My uncle says "Well, mister, in that cose, maybe you'd better order It from the B»st—all we've got here }» » small boy and a bicycle." Kaiser May Return Soon To Germany AMSTERDAM, Dec. .10. (UP)— Rumors were circulated In Europe today that former Kaiser Wilhelin soon would apply to the German government for permission to return to Germany. Telephonic inquiry to Doom house, the former kaiser's home in his exile brought the statement that nothing was known there of any such intention. May Have Miller's Permission PARIS, Dec. 30. (DP)—The news- Paper Med! emoted a rumor in Berlin .today that Fuehrer Adolf Hitler had aiilhorl/ed the former kaiser to return to Germany. JlLYTHKVlhLK, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, DRCBMUER 30, 1037 Nine Changes Are Announced In Administration of Arkansas .Office LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 30 (UP) — Stale Farm Security Administration Director 'A. M. Rogers today •uiiiDunced that nine changes had been made In the Arkansas personnel, effective January 1. The posts are being filled due to dismissals and resignations, Rogers announced. Among the changes are: Mils. Alice Owen of Newport, home management supervisor in Jackson county, promoted to home management - director for tlie northwest Arkansas district. John L. Faulkner, a native of Mena, former county agent of Lawrence .county, appointed state tenant purchase chief under provisions of the Bankhead-Jones tenancy act. Faulkner formerly was on Ihe faculty of the Arkansas polytechnic college nt Russell- lie. ; : W. A. Adams of Forrest City', former assistant Phillips county agent, and now rehabilitation supervisor over St. Francis and Lee counties, promoted to director in |the southeast district of the itate. • O--.F.. Lacey of- Elaine, former)) F9A farmstead adjustment supervisor in eastern Arkansas,' appointed rural rehabilitation supervisor of St. Francis county. Jodie Anderson, former Faulkner county supervisor of the FSA, promoted to be supervisor of tne northeast district. W. E. Caslleberry, former Monroe county supervisor, named Conway and Faulkner counties, rural supervisor. Houston Bowers, former FSA southeast supervisor succeeds Castleberry in Monroe county. H. C. Hansen, former Lincoln comity supervisor, transferred to similar posts in Lee county. • Charles I. Kramer moved from stale office in Little Rock to Lincoln county as coimmmlly manager of FSA activities. to be A new jeivr v,Hhoutx any. hangovers .irom^ 1837 whoppee , what Mary Dee, the blonde stand-In who" took the role 'of the hie Jean Harlou In the concluding scenes of the plat'tnum blonde's last picture, and Reed Lawtan, 'society baritone, have in mind us they clink glasses of milk in a New York night club. Stock Prices Anaconda Copper 29 1-2 Associated D G 63-4 Beth, steel '.'..'.', 68 1.4 Boeing Air 31 5.8 Chrysler 43 Cities Service 17-8 Coca Cola 1101-2 General Electric 41 1-4 General Motors 30 1-8 Int. Harvester M Montgomery Ward " Y Central '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 17 Phillips Petroleum '. 39 Radio 6 Simmons 23 • Schenley DIst, ....'. 19 Socony Vac 15 1-8 Standard of N. J 45 1-2 . Texas Corp 39 5 U. S. Smelting 60 U. S. Steel 54 Chicago Wheat May Jul. May open high 901-2 90 7-8 H33-8 85 1-2 low close 89 7-8 90 84 3-4 84 3- Chicago Corn open high low close 615-8 61 7-8 Cl 1-2 61 ;i-3 Atlantic Planes Try Winter Lane Driven nwuy from the North Atlantic by wlnter'.s stormy woutlm flying boats conduct -survey flights for ocean travel on the safer ICu- rcpe-Arorcs leg of the wmlhern route. The British plane Caledonia above rfsts on (lu 1 llcrtu, In the? Azores, man rival, the Nordmeer, Is about lo land on (light from Lisbon. Whoopee Without Hangover? Alienation and Physician' gence Are Charged Damage suits, rnnghig from an action charging alienation of affections to a suit alleging negligence on the part of n physician at childbirth, were filed In circuit court hero yesterday. Oscar Elliott, former policeman Is plaintiff In the alienation of uf Physician And Lawyer Address Rotary Club Dr. Thomas K. Mohan, a new __„ ..,„.,„„, H .iv« AUJII ircob uiiu fn A PPIKf 1 tint it member of the Rotary club, talk- of St. Louis, wer e badly cut about ed on pneumonia control today the face and head and Mr pelke's when the club held Its weekly legs were cut when their car over- TinO+lllfT r>t tlin TJ^I^I -kT~l.l- i._.__, __. . V1**»JH!_* meeting at the Hotel Noble. - - -- ••-"—".mb**" uy Ul llUtll IJI Oscar Fendler discussed the about nln e o'clock last night oMtsul nt »*.jir>nn<>* (n.., U-. i-. *— „,, . . . •••B" w - nethod ot prosecution by of the prosecuting npaied with the method injury Indictment Holt Funeral Home Buys Moss Burial Association Mrs. Ella Moss has sold the Moss Funeral Home and will go to Memphis within a few days, where she is to make her home. The equipment of the business was sold to several individuals and the Moss Burial Association has been taken over by thc Holt Funeral Home. Mrs. Moss hns been in charge of this business for n number of years' she was assisted by her son, L. G. Moss, who died sev- NEW YORK, Dec 30 (UP1- " a lL Cnr L?P,°' ™«J?. tfr .*L ".«• co «°» "I«ed steady. ' open high 811 . 822 volving a grand n felony cases. Joe Evrard gave several selections on his accordion. There were 46 present' Including several visitors. They were L. L. McDearman, Alvin T. Bell, O. B. Sea graves and Alden Baker, all members of the Osceola Rotary club, and the Rev. George W. Patterson, the new pastor of the Christian church. They were treated at thc Eiy- thevllle hospital and returned home by train. The men, who were return!;!!; home from Memphis, said that they could not see because of tlie fog and that they struck the trailer of a truck on the corner at tlie J. L. Williams residence. Their car was practically demolished. Wew Yprfe Cotton Jan. Mar. May July Oct. Dec. 820 826 828 83.'t 839 844 835 841 WO Bll 813 824 832 837 842 820 825 834 840 84G 850 Spot-; closed steady at 835, up C. <\ew Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 30. (UP)' —Cotton futures closed steady today, up five to seven points. open high !oiv clow 31 5-8 Jnn 827 827 827 62!>b Mar 832 840 831 840 1-8 May 841 847 833 847 July 845 851 843 850 Oct 847 85G 847 85li Dec 849b 858 858 853 Spots closed steady at 850, up 6 Livestock 30 61 60 5-8 61 EAST ST. LOUIS, 111., Dec. <UP>—Hogs receipts, 9,500. f Top. 8.40. Heavy weights. 3.25-8.35. Light weights, T.'iS-S^S. Bulk sows, 6.25-6.50. Catlle: receipts, 2,000. Steers, 6.75-8.00. Slaughter steers, 5.75-12.00. Mixed yearlings nnd heikrs, fi.00-7.50. Slaughter heifers. 5.25-9.50. Beef cows, 5.00-G.OO. ., Cutters nnd lo.v cutt.-rs, 37 I-1.50. St. Louis Motorists' Hurt Oil Highway 61 Tom West and (A. A. Pelke, both turned on Highway 61 near Osceola here, reconditioning of the high , lion of the school at Dccaf.iir .i g mps which was destroyed by a tornado last Saturday night. last spring, construction of a ftih hatchery at CcnlervDle and general ro county. fccllons action, $20,000 (iam- with destroying his wife's love for him In Various ways. He blames his matrimonial difficulties on the defendant and declares that Ms wife s left him anil filed suit for divorce In Phillips county us a result SINGLE COPIES 5FIVE CEJffll i. 0. P. Leader Answers Jackson, Says Roosevelt To Follow Same Tlicme WASHINGTON, Dec. 30. (UP)^- Senalor Charles u McNnvy (Hup,. Ore.), leader of the Republican party lu tho senate, toddy «|inri\c- tertzed Die attack o( Assistant Attorney Ocncral Roller I II. Jackson upon big business us an "obvious ctfort lo create an ullbl" for the business recession. McNary said he believed that Jackson's two addresses, hi which the anti-trust chief contended that monopolistic practices of big business were the mnjor cause of the depression, were designed to "prepare the way" for President Roosevelt's message to congress Monday. Time for Good Will /?! don't tlilnk," McNary m i t i, "that It Is the way to handle .\vlml I think is n grave domestic problem. It ts tima for good will anil cooperation, rather than u graip of political speeches aimed at Ihe body, of our cttlitens. "I think that It is an obvious effort lo create an alllil and lo throw thc blame on tho business World." McNnry declared, contending that the present recession should be handled In an "OIKII and frank manner." Says Child Was Not Injured On School Bus W. W. Fowler, snpcrlnlencdnt o the school at Manila, hns in- D T--, formed the Courier News that ilii ,?.!?_,"?• ^P 1 . 1 . Scrl| BB* teu-yenr-old son of WIHfor< Thompson, who was Injured whei She charges r ered.'one baby and that, ( aftef doing 50'"bruised her. and departed and that'another baby was'Tborn rdeaa within a short time after the physician's departure, she alleges ,ftat+- unnecessary suffer Ing ^iBri herfpart and. the death of one-'or tlie twins .Was'due to negligence of the phy- •-. ''% :fe'P- Baljir; IS, of ;r cape siclan. Mr. Reed is her attorney':'' 'airardean, iw&s fatally injured'last Benton County's WPA Rolls Due Enlarged ROGERS. Ark. (UP) —Radus Rice, county welfare director, has announced that WPA rolls In Benton county will be extended "considerably" early in January. Among projects which, due (o start in the near future, will draft more workmen, Rice, announced ' , ,, arraignment this afternoon before Completion of Lake Atlanta Judge a. E. Keck of Blytheville. Vclma Lee Pott, five year old tii.lfk through tier ?a|her asks Judgment for $25,000 against W. J. Wlmderllch and the Lion Oil Refining company. Tlie complaint charges that a fuel oil drum was negligently'left'where, tlie child and two smaller children were play- Ing and that It exploded; caushm permanent injury to the plaintiff. Mr. Reed Is also her attorney. R. W. Annls and Otis R. Hodge are seeking a tolal of $10,150 from the Orange Crush Bottling company as a result of a highway accident on January 9. claiming the accident was clue to negligence of a truck driver for the company. Claude R cooper Is attorney for the plaintiffs. Mrs. James Hazel and Mrs. A. W. Jordan are plaintiffs In personal Injury siills against the Pure Oil company, Max Woolen and Jim Shepard, alleging that negligence of Shepard, a truck driver for the company, caused their Injury In a highway accident May 28, They are represented by Mr. Reed. Negroes Returned To Marion For Arraignment MARION. Ark., Dec. 30. (UP)— Thomas and Frank Tile negroes with ------ D — - *..*. A. 1^.1 A»lt; ilcglUCO MIC Llh'UgVU \YILll school in Bentonvlllc, rcconstruc- criminal assault, following an attack , on a young Memphis white woman - There are 3955 miles of railways road work throughout Ihe within the borders of the state of — — • • West Virginia. Campus Slang Glossary Redefines Spook, Take A Ride, Huddle, Calico COLUMBIA. Mo. (UP)—Dr. R. L Ramsay, professor of English at th e University of xrissourl, believes that most slang exprcslons In use on college campuses can be classified in one of five groups. These groups denote the act. or a person given to: hard study, failure, dishonesty, Intoxication nnd flirtation. Current slang terms in the various categories: Hard study — nuzzle, buffalo, spook, knuckle, soak, grained, crack book, bone. Failure — flunk, goose-egg, can, lake a ride. Dishonesty — crib, ride pony, huddle, system, bootllck, fish, hose, apple polish, shoot bull, swing gate, shoot the breeze. , T.;t/>-'icated—lush, spiked, lo be I far ahead, p!2-eyed, looped, binge, tear, tank, load of pig iron, to go circus. booM holster. Flirtation—calico, lounge lizard, heavy cake, tea-hound, prom trotter, cookie pusher, duck, give one ing Into an easier figure of speech," Ramsay said. "For example, thc word 'jelly,' popular on the Missouri campus, popular campus gathering places. old Rome and even ancient Greece. fire cracker exploded In hit ml Tuesday nlglit, was not ii schol bus when the nccldciv occurred. been reported, at Ma hart CU1TC " " he llad s riding us. Mr. Fowler S «ld ' Informed that the " ome when 1Ue fl D. Road Accident repair the lights of his own our on a highway nine miles north of Tcxarkana. Tlie car which struck Mr. B»tier wns driven by Alvln Edivurt Klmbrell of Santa Monica, Calif Mr. Batjjer who acted as '.ay reader at the St. Siphon's Episcopal church here a number cl times and Ills daughter were, cn- roule to Abilene, Tex., to attend a family reunion when the accident occurred. Ho was taken to n hospital In Texarkana where he died. Funeral services and bnrlnl will be lu Abilene. Dad Mighl Cheer If Silk Stocking Haii Would Slick ., N. Y., DCO. 30. (UP)—.Student;) from lf>o universities (Inni'ixl around B bonflru on the snow covered campus of Vn.simr Ajr Jnpn flniiu'3 us n protest niyilnst Japan/a Is AsSaSSinat<*d', Invasion of ohliin. D ' I r r ^ They were delegiUea lo tho third KaiU }S Intensive annum convention ot tlm Amcrl- can StucIuiil'H Union, representing . SHANGHAI, Dec. 30 (UP)—jap- 20,000 sluih'iils in colleges ns fur nne.w opined a terrific aerial ««t- wcsl i\a California, '1'huy burH the lack on canton todsy while Chines* Ixmflru and destroyed Ihe sllk ; its continued sabotage In TslngUo and imrt of lliolr I'unnintgu lo boycott assabslns' bnllcto killed Loft p*h- '•""""<"• """''" 'long, >w«)tliy pro-Japanese merchant pf Shanghai. '" * Tho air raid on Canton was'ths most uevere in many months and apparently was aimed at the Chinese arsenal, possibly foreshad^w- Ing tins long 1 anticipated offensive against (lie southern seaport, with I la ftdjnctyit vast foreign interests. Foreigners expressed grave perturbation over developments. ' ;, Bald UaU 45 Minutes Eight Japanese «ar planes droiv- icd tons of expletives on the,iu- 'iiirban districts ot the cltv' for '45 minutes it was tlie'most severe 'ilr assault since sept. 8 but Chinese sources claimed that the dara- First Prints Made For Distribution Over United Stales NEW YO11K, Dec. M (UP) —• First prlntfi from n 3,500 foot llhn »r lh» IwniulDg nnil ^Inking or Ihu Unlled Stalea minimal Piinny were rcleiutcd for nation wide dis- trlbullon, The film WHS bronuht liprc by iilrplnnn lust night by Nomiflii A. Alley, Universal newsrecl camern- mnu ubaard the Pnnay when It was ntlacla'd by Jnpaiu'ito nlr= lilniH's on tho Yaiigtv.c river Dec. 12, Alley was womulod slightly while taking the pictures. Flvo New Jei'iiey .'stnlp troopers, n s(iui«l of police and an armored cur mcL Ihc alrplnnu when It landed at Ncwnrk, N. J. nlrport the Dim wiy; li'nnsferi-eil lo the cur under cover of sub machine Uun.t nnd taken lo ix Fort Lee, N. J. laboratory for developing. Capitol's Holiday To Begin Friday Afternoon LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 30. (UP)— Secretary of Stute 0. O. Hall nn- Moimctd that all sir.-!* house ot- llce.s Wild be closed from 4 pm Friday until Monday morning In obsei vonce of ttey Yoart Day Trie day to- listen -us ft nallohal legal holiday and it was not necessary for the office of Oov. Cav! , ..-, ;.-. ,. .,-,•< E. Bailey to Issue a proclamation Ji;'t>. BatJAr; IS, of;/Cape flosing Hit! capltol, Hall said night when lie was struck by nn The onion belongs to one of our automobile as he attempted to oldest families: It is.pictured on ancient Egyptian monuments, Kills Sweetheart ""Three Times" First Baptist Church To Hold Watch Night Service Miss Blanche Mayes, of jones- boro, who has served for a number of years as recreational director of the Young People's Assembly' at Slloam Springs, will direct the two hour program at the annual Watch Night service at the First Baptist Church tomorrow night. The service will ppen with ft- brief" devotional at 8:30 o'clock and from 9 to II o'clock the various departments will participate In social and ehtcrtalnment programs. The main service will be held In the auditorium from H to 12' o'clock. The program is nil all church' occasion to which the public has! been extended an Invitation. Those not wishing to remain throughout' arc Invited to drop In and leave at their pleasure, according to thc pastor, the Rev. Alfred Carpenter. The evening will be climaxed •vlicn at midnight the organ and thc church bell will ring out the ' old year and ring In the new. LENEI KILLEBr r,«c was slight. . The assassination of Loh, Chln'w Culhollo leader who had been men- 'loucd for the post, of mayor and 'H'csiimnbly was acceptable to th« Jimancso caused a sensation. >:J Chu-Cliung-Ycn, secretary 'tp • Uie merchant, was with him tril» •nornlng as ho waited for hta 'car. Two Chinese orange peddlers appionclicd and without warning begun pumping pistol shots info . him Three bullets tcok effect and Loli died on the way to a hoS- ullal The nisasslw escaped. OM j •>f Ihclr pklols was found ne»r~~ by. • - Begin Construction Of New Sawmill At Wynne WYNNE, Ark. (UP)—Construction work this week was begun on a mill for sawing dimensional SKet. uu tt mm ior sawing cumensionai 'A word changes into slang by ! " mt w f or furniture here, It hns 7Pnprj)tinrr Intn 1.. «4elnl- flnxpn been QnllOUDCCd. C. P. Cochranc, parlner hi thc company, announced that the mill would have a capacity of 15,000 pupuiar on tne Missouri campus, "uuiu nave a capacity 01 lo.wiu meaning a general discussion or feet of lumber per day and lls 'bull session,' originated here as a output would be Increased as the term for eatin Jell rolls at a demand Justifies. When the mill , term for eating Jelly rolls at a demand Justifies. When the m campus bakery. Now it can range is opened It will employ between from a heated discussion to a 'coko 15 and 18 men regularly, it was , and smoke' at one of the several said Hcfjn of Terror Continue*". . SHANGHAI, Deo. 30 <UP>— Tifo •ork"i ot tcirlflo explosions left I'siiiijlno In terror today as Chl- ipsc continued destruction ot •illlltles in face of a Japanese Irlye from the Interior.. i Approximately 20 explosfc- parting at 9'50 o'clock last nlglL roused residents There were fad maie of great intensity earjy tod»>>3 Centering at the new electric substation. • - , ' - jit was expected' that .aj anjf hour' electric -.sendee 'would b» •stopped. v . r - r ,^t,.^^ :J c^.^,jf( Japanese army authorities is-"" serfod that their troons were mak- !i]B good progress In "their drive from Tslnan toward Talngtao. At 'he same time they announced 'hut their casualties In the capture of Nanking, the capital, were fi(W killed and 4,000 wounded. "Red" Army Worries Jap>^ , Ther§ was evidence that the Japanese were most angry am the continued guerlllar warfare"tj\ the northwest by - the elgh'th route army, the former Ch)ne»« communist army. It was known that the eighth army was causing the Japanese considerable trouble and it wt» reported here that it had retakeif 16 counties in Shansi province, including several of great strategic importance. A revolver butt, bullets and -an automobile were used by jealousy-crazed Vincent Franco, above, 29-year-old factory worker of Newark, N. Knudsen Will Testify : Before Senate Group WASHINGTON, Dec. 30. '(UP) —President William S. Knud&en.of General Motors today, advised? {lie special senate committee inrestl- gatlng employment and relief that he will testify before it January 6, as requested oy Chairman James F. Byrnes (Dem., S. C.),.{ Knudsen delayed a field trip to hasten his appearance .before the committee. •-.,,' Byrnes urged Knudsen who previously had said he would be unable to appear before Janary - 2t lo advance the date In order to give the committee his views on • the "reported increasing unemployment in the automobile Industry." ! Auto Tag and Driver*' r License Co On v Sa!e Soon State automobile and drivers' licenses will be-placed on sale it the Blythevllle office or the Arkansas Revenue' department January third, according to R. B. (Skeet) Stoutf district supervisor. Motorists 'tmlnp the 35 cents drivers' licenses for 1937 should take them when • applying for the new licenses so that the numbers may be obtained without the Applicant having to fill out an examination. Those having the oM 50 cents drivers' licenses will h»re 'to fill out the blanks again. •• Any outomoblle owner who purchased a car after March 1, 1«37, must take his receipt or the copy of the automobile app lion to show that sales Ux been paid on the c*r. cochrane said that the mill is! i~pmai campus garnering piaccs. wxnrane saiu inai tne mill is; h i m . He admitted driving the ' However, It must be. remembered being started on an "experimental! car over her prostrate form that a large amount of our slang basis" and If business proves to' again and again after she col- can be traced to medieval England, be good "we will add machinery lapsed from bullet wounds and and expand gradually." beating. WEATHER - Arkansas — cloudy toal«ht <ad Friday with occasional ntti: warmer in east portion. ; Memphis and rtclolty _ UoiUr cloudy tonight and Friday with occasional rales likely; w«Tacr to- night, lowest temperature, M to ,

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