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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 19, 1934
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Served by the United Press THEVILLE COURIER NEWS , J^ TOMm ^ TN ™ PA ^°™^ .1.1 J_J Tf O VOI;. XXXI—NO. 184 Blrthevlll« D»lly Newt Dlythertlle Ocurfcr UlMisslppl Valley L««der Bljthertll* HerHd AHKAN8A8 AND 8ODTHBA8T UbiJOCRI Osceola Grand Jury Finds ."Carelessness," Urges Stricter Supervision. OSCEOLA. Ark., Oct. 19.— The south Mississippi county grand jury, which investigated charges cf fraud In the holding of the August primary election at several Mississippi county polling; places at the Instance .of the Democratic Central committee, returned no .'Indictments for the alleged violations and passed back to the committee- responsibility for such irregularities as existed and recommended that the committee in future elections see that the .judges and (Jerks were more explicitly instructed ns to the state's, election laws. The grand jury reported: "Examination of a number of witnesses . has been made bearing on alleged election . frauds during the conduct oi the August 14, 1934, primary. Having ' found no evidence which we considered sufficient as a basis for. a prosecution of any individual involved in the alleged misconduct .of the elections. We desire to, report that negligence on the part of judges and clerks In failing to strictly comply with the election laws of the state .was apparent from the testimony licard. It is, therefore, the desire ' of this body to recommend In the interest of fair aud legal conduct of elections that the County. Central Committee be reminded of' these apparent • acts of carelessness in disregard of the sworn duty of judges and^clerks and that in the future a stricter direction be given to those selected ns judges and clerks thru- out tne Osceola district of the coun-, ty and thill Ynore careful, attention be given -to this particular phase of our election procedure." Order Slot Machines Banned The grand jury recommended prosecution of persons and firms operating slot machines and gambling devices of all kinds.- '. •• In this connection 'it reported: "Tlie prevalence of gambling devices known as slot machines In business houses throughout the" district was discussed by this body.- We were advised that the machines were introduced in this -district of th* county under a, misunderstanding and that responsible citizens were possibly misled in 'the belief that the machines, could be operated without prosecution. In tills connection we wish to say that it is the will of this body that thos- hereafter exhibiting gambling '.devices of all kinds be prosecuted in accordance with law and that those now having the machines in their possession be advised by this expression that we have so directed the prosecuting attorney." The jury found 45 indictments and returned 12 no-true bills. They found insufficient evidence to Indict S. T. lauderdale, young farm manager, who was held to the grand jury for the fatal shooting of Calvin Cummings; Insufficient evidence to base an indictment against R. H. noivden, prominent Mississippi county planter who was bound over alter a hearing in magistrate's court last summer, where he was charged with the desecration of a cemetery near Joiner, through which he was charged with building a road. Judge Traises Women Women served on the grand jury for the first time this term. The panel included four women and 12 men. The court, before dismissing the Jurors, said that he had invariably found ihe services of women on the grand jury most, satisfactory and that it had been so in (lit case. The feminine Influence was seen In the grand jury report on the county property. They discovered the janitor service al the courthouse "is very, very poor, ihe trash being swept under the radiators instead of being swept out." Court attaches of long standing are authority for. the statement that no previous grand Jury has discovered nnd reported this dereliction, although the same negro Janitor has served n great many years. The committee wlilch Inspected the county farm reported finding only 16 mules, "with which they, are trying to cultivate 500 acres of land, and which' Is entirely inadequate." The purchase of at least nine more mutes by breaking time next spring was recommended and It was also recommended that the form "ex- <™>igc Its planting seed for a newer strain of some variety that Is Richardson's Move to Disqualify Bone Fails LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 19. <U[>)— The state supreme court in special session this afternoon ruled that Circuit Judge S. M. Bone of Walnut Ridge is qualified to hear the trial of Prosecuting Attorney Roy Richardson on charges of bribery and extortion. An injunction seeking to prevent Judge Bone from hearing the bribery and extortion trial of Richardson was sought from the state supreme court here today by Farmer OOovernor Tom Terral. Tevral. Richardson's attorney, filed his petition for a writ o[ prohibition after Judge Bone refused (o disqualify hlmsci for ihe trial. Richardson charged in an answer to the six indictments tliat the action was brought against him as a political reprisal for his opposing Bone in the latter's campaign for renomlnatioii. to this county." lvas in good n at the county farm except ihe sleeping quarters. "We "Hi k more attention should be glv- nort«, C ? tllu>rtcrs '" "'<= J>>ry re- Ported nnd recommended also the H005HELT FOB Seeks Complete Escape From Any form of Direct Cash Dole. BY RODNEY DUTCIIER WASHINGTON— As far as the •ulministration is concerned, Central Johnson hit thc nail squarely on the tlnimb in- his last press conference, when he extolled the virtues of the direct cash 'dole. When the ir>'redib!e general decried ottjer fo;;.'S'of relief—such as work prograrf-f—he arrayed himself in dj-fi r-f opposition to the whole schtj.KV of Roosevelt policy as it is now ''being secretly formulated, to meet the winter' rellbf load. . '.'.."••' ;' Roosevelt -.has decided that- the Now Den! sVJMd get'as far .away fmrn sti-t'Jvi-'relief as it possibly can.' His pt -re tan, now. In embryo, . , alms. to take everyone off the relief rolls and give them some kind of work. : • • :• ••:••• He is bound to fall short of 'that goal.. But he Is tired of relief of the present type, thinks the country also is tired ofdt, believes it is bad for everybody's morale, arid recalls the; tonic nature of CWA laist winter. Hopkins, ickes, and Richnerg agree. ' So you can ' look for .th ing 'biff in (he way of a " some- program "which «-i!l .stress municipal projects of all types. Cori- Mruction, demolition, railroad underpass ' irork and community swimming ; pools are among the things beicg discussed. Mrs. T. J. Cramer Dies at Daughter's Home Here Mrs. T. j. Cramer, 80, succumbed at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. w. Purtle, 113 East Cherry street, at 8 o'clock this morning. Mrs. Cramer had been in ill health for several months, she had divided her lime between the home of her daughter here and three sons, Charles, Jesse and John Cramer at Osceola, for 10 years. Besides her children she ts survived by 10 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral services will be held at the home of Mrs. Purtle at 10 oclock tomorrow morning with the Rev. w. j. LeRoy, pastor of the Lake Street Methodist church, officiating. Interment will be made at Maple Grove cemetery. The L 0. Moss Undertaking company Is in charge of funeral arrangements. Three New CCC Camps Planned in Arkansas WASHINGTONToct. 19 (OP)Civilian Conservation Corps offi- cinb announced today the loca- "°" ,°' more »>»n 300 new refor- Mtatton camps for whiter nctlvl- The new camp locations included: Arkansas-Pike county DC ' oun "8M: Washington county "w; Kiulkner county Conway Appellate Court Asked to Block Extradition NEW YORK! oct. 19 (urn _ Counsel for Bruno Richard f supreme court to holt extradition of the UndbcYgh case •wpeet to Ne* Jersey to aM .trial on charges of murder. Installation of two shower baths Purchase of a new kitchen raiiae or the county Jail and provision for sunlight m the living room at the county poorhouse was recommended. HOME EDITION SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS TO WAR VETERANS ~~ - ' '•"*" i-— . _. ^^^^^ Twelve More Model Farm Communities Will Be Started Shortly. WASHINGTON, Oct. 19. (Ul>)_ The federal emergency relief administration announced today it would shortly start construction of 12 new model rural coniimmllle.'i, each containing scores of small farm houses. The move was in line with President Roosevelt's recently revealed plan for broadening the administration's housing program. Relief Administrator Harry L Hopkins withheld location of the new subsistence homestead communities on grounds that secrecy was necessary to prevent activity by land speculators. Earlier this week the president indicated that congress would be asked to approve legislation which would enable the housing set-up to be expanded and utilized in connection wit* the PWA and . relief agencies. ' Fears Specula I ion > No rural homes constructed with federal funds will be sold during the first year, Hopkins said,-"because the minulc we sell someone is liable to come in and buy it from the owner—there is danger of speculation In the handling of land" •_'Nationally .known industries it ^'as said, have made overtures to Ilionms Robinson Believer] Sighted; State Polich Form Cordon. KANE. !'«., Ocl. 10 (Ul')-l'en- nsylvnnla state police threw' a cordon around northwest Pcunxylvnn- In today and asked n u > co-operation of New York- police In nil attempt to apprehend n spcedlm; motorist rexemljIhiR descriptions of Thomas H. Kobliuoii, Jr. The search was began alter a frightened farm youth appeared nt the Knnc state imiicc sub-stntion and told officers he had jusl been .orccd from n Ford v-8 coupe by Ihe driver, u 0 said tlie driver resembled pholoBrnphs of yuunn UobbiKon, limited ns Ihe kidnaper of Mrs. Alice Slot!. The man Sll |,| he was on officer at Nashville I win, nnd wa.s spccdlnu north- On the of collapse, giving; way to fear. one moment and shout- and rural rehabilitation ct' ing defiancc lh e next, Mrs. Frances Robinson, charged .v land government in effect had title ' are being constructed- it virtually." could select the Industries 'to ; cnteV them. So far active work has been started on three rural communities'in Woodlake,.Texas,-Mississippi county, Arkansas, and at Red House w s of Dyess Work Approved th"^? f° CK ' Art-Sicccju, Ul the .Mississippi county PERA farm colony, project .-has so Impressed President Roosevelt and national RA officials, that plans are under y iOf the establishment of additional colonies of- the same type In other parts of thc state where land can be obtained • reasonably w R Dyess, state PERA administrator said upon his return from Washington, where he had a 30-minute conference with the president and where he had been in conference "or the past two weeks with Harry U Hopkins, national relief administrator. "Thc president was much linprcs- ;0d with colony projects on which . showed him a complete folio of progress including pictures made at different stages in its construction " said Mr. Dyess. "He declared it one of thc biggest projects in the United States and suggested the broadening of colonization to different Points in Ihe states. He Is enthusiastic about colony possibilities and Mr. Dycss said that plans for new and purchasing would be started immediately after oilier duties which have accrued during his absence arc discharged. Moore Brothers Tenant Claims Potato Honors Giant sweet potatoes are apparently plentiful here this fall A number of unusually large yams ranging | n size from G to 10 pounds have been reported, but the prize is now clnimcd by Ernest Brooks negro farmer on the Moore Brothers place west of here, who produced 22% pounds of potatoes In one hill. The largest potato weighed 10!', pounds. Brooks said he had dug only one row of his potatoes and uncovered the unusual yield. He expects a bumper crop when he digs the rcti of his potaloes. Charley Chapman Under Arrest at Gulfport, Miss. GULFPORT, Miss., Oct. IS (UP) —Admitting his Identity and claim- Ing he Is wanted by police of several states, Charley Chapman, 35, was held here today by Oulfport Police following his arrest while sitting in an automobile In woods north of the city. Chapman, who has operated under several aliases, was arrested Hot Springs Physician ! Announces Success of New - Treatment. HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Ocl. 10 (UP)—An experimental treatment for tuberculosis in which all light was excluded for seven weeks was nronnunecd a 'complete success here today by Dr. F. J. Burgess, a general practitioner. Dr. Burgess, who called newspapermen to his office to announce the results, said his experimental oaflent. Leonard Orisham, 23, had "completely recovered." Leonard wns kept in a. garage painted black inside and out nnd nlKoiutclv dark for seven weeks, Ihe physician explained. The garage was rental with the exception of an electric fan air force system. Grlsham, he continued, was allowed to exercise at night. Thc patient, who had a bad case and who suffered three hemorr- hases before the. treatment was started, gained 13 pounds during the seven weeks, Dr. Burgess said. The treatment is conlrarv lo all the accented methods and theories, the physician admitted, but "It was a success hecaiuo the tuberculosis germ develops similar to plants and does not thrive without sunlight," pert copking as tempting dishes. Negro Died Natural Death, Jury Holds A coroner's jury held this afternoon that, William Crawford, ne- gro, found dead In bed nt his homo this morning, died of natural auses. The negro was last, seen alive Thursday night by - his son. He lived nlone. His body was discovered by a negress this morning. No marks of violence could be found. Magistrate Oscav Alexander conducted the Inquest In the absence of Coroner w. H. stovall and John McHnney served as jury foreman. Frisch and Medwick Place in Turtle Derby LEPANTO, Ark.-Two sprightly terrapins carried the names ot St. Louis Cardinal ball players to vlc- »?r y .. tpdfty by P Iaci "g second mid .hird in the American Legion Terrapin Derby. Prankie Frisch, owned by Buddy Rlddlck, finished third. (•Ditcky-Wucky* Medwick, entrant of Pat Broome, finished second, while "ytcA Sluckey," entrant of I>;ll Prilchctt, finished first. Cash pnw:s were awarded nil three The Ark for"/! 1 ' 1 n'"!, at Cnmdcn, priws were awarded nil three. The a bank In Lt IT * ° f &, wns nm ln 10 """" les wlth a Bank In that city. i h80 terrapins in tlie derby. Large Crowd Attends Fin'. ai Session at City Auditorium This Afternoon. Tlie cjosing session of the Courier News' sixth annual cooking school this . afternoon drew 400 women to the city auditorium lo hear Miss Edna M. Ferguson tell about the latest methods for ex- she prep/.red . An unusually large number of prizes were awarded, winners of which will be nounced tomorrow. In yesterday's session the latest styles of children's hair dre.ving wns demonstrated by daughters of !Urs. Margaret. Deen In addition to the fashion show given each afternoon by models from this beauty shop am! Miss Whlt- sltt's shop. Other features Included displays of shoes, flowers, furniture, glass ware, dishes, radios, lamps and kitchen equipment. Because they are economical, as well as appetizing, the recipes given at tlie school have been unusually popular this year. Each vege- (day has included a meat, tables, desserts nnd drinks. At yesterday's session these prizes: Mrs. Nina Caid\vell, 104 East Davis; Mrs. V. E. Epperson, Broadway; Mrs. Fred R. Child, llt.i Walnut; Mrs. Ed Anderson, 709 Clark; Mrs. Allan Walton, 515 West Main; Mrs. Emma Lou Rogers """ Holly; Mrs. Marsh M. Cnlia- . . way, 013 Holly; Mrs. J. \V. Shouse, 815 West Walnut; Mrs. A. Rushing, 815 Chlckasaw'ba; IMrs. W. S. Langdon, Highway 61; Mrs. E. H. Caldwell, Route 2; Mrs. George W. McLeod. 1203 Holly; Mrs. Paul Greenwell, 1037 Chickasawba; Airs. W. J. Field, Leachville; Mrs E R Jones, 1131 Walnut; Mrs. Carrie Penn; Mrs. Taylor, 927 S. 'Lilly; Mrs. Guy Walker, Yarbro; Mrs. Joseph Shanks, 112 E. Cherry. Persful and Gunn Are Held to Grand Jury LAKE CITY, Ark.— Rufe Persful, 28, and Ri/cy Gunn, 38, were ordered held to await action of the grand jury at a preliminary hearing here today. The two are' charged with kldnap- mg and robbery at Schuggtown on Sept. 30, n-hen Sl.OOO was taken. Perstul is a former Arkansas convict and considered a crack marks- WILLOUQHBY ,O. 'UP>—Mar- Saret Hyan, eight, Ls willing to let boys do all football playing from now on. Margaret suffered a broken leg when she played football with a. neighborhood . ward because lie hnd a light with n fLC, man In the southern elty over his wi fe. ills automobile rjiecdomclcr registered .100 miles James Eck, 22, the farm youth', out said. Officers here pointed tlmt It, was 300 jute (o gpri,,,,. field, where Robinson's automobile was onnd abandoned yesterday. Wife Faired Kidnaper LOUISVILLE, Ky,, Oct. 10 (UP) —Tlie kidnaper of Mrs. Alice Speed Stoll may have been out of his head at the time of Ihe nbduc- llon nnd he "must be insane now" In the opinion of his wife, Mrs Frances Robinson, who is In'full here. Mrs. Robinson admitted through her attorney that she was herself ^ in mortal fear of Wluis- whoin ...authorities .v'were niid in Id d Is ' v band', for ,..„ searching n, c wfst today. '•Speaking through . her attorney, Clem Hueslns. Mrs. Uoblnson declared that the paring knife found n her puree when she was placed n jail on charges of aiding in the kidnaping wns for protection UTTI.H HOCK, oct, to IUPI— Vdi'rnl Hcllof Administrator Harry I-. Hopkins Ificliiy promised Gov M, Fuli-cll limited aid for pay- i school li'nchBi-H In destitute M'houl districts. Thi' amount lo bo- allotted for Aiknnias school relief was not dls- t'lr.swl but Hopkins sr.ld thc nn- pir.pi-liillpn and iho rules lor, ils distribution would i m announci;:! isTiiflEjiT Id II J. CITIES Dcst ruction of New York in Minutes Visionccl by Sikorsky, Plane Builder! WASHINGTON, Ocl 13 (UP) — S»]icr flying boats now bctm; developed could destroy New York City within n few -ninnies' In time of war, Igor Sikorsky, airplane designer, (old the federal aviation commission today. He said that these flying glaiils could drop bombs at (he rate of rive or six a second like a' machine gun Illngs bullets, : cutting great smiths of dcstnicllon across any city they attacked, ' • , • Enemy airplane carriers could Speech' Comes as Challenge to Approaching Legion n." nny American constnl- city ' lie snjd. " "icy could approach l.COO. miles oil shore, so 'that their Hying weapons of destruction could lake- /.oil. "And If liquid hydrogen Is developed as a fuel," h e « a |d,' , would be possible for ship' loaded -with 20.000 |>ounds of bombs to fly direct from Europe." Sikorsky said the only hope -of combatting such an attack would be, the development of similar ships' n this country for battles against the enemy over 'nild-ocean. i Cfiarges Private Owners Are Despoiling Forests f . — - - : • - - ' KNOXV1LLE, Tenn., Oct. 13 (U P)— Privately owned forests, constituting the hulk of forests In tins country, will be taken over by the lederal government unless their owners put a slop to their policy of "cut out and 1 gel 11,0 out" and of treating as a crop of ore." Tills warning wns served last Insull Glowers as Former Associate Testifies Fraud Trial. CHICAGO, Oct. 19 (UP) — A former confidante of Samuel Insull loday testified that the manipulations of n $147,000,000 slock pool brought fat profits for Insull nnd favored "insiders" but huge losse; companies grounds. for two Investment used ns dumping The witness was p. j. Fallen, former assistant treasurer of the Utilities Securities corporation He '.vns a surprise witness In the trial nd 10 others on charges '"- investors of $143,- of Insull a of swindling Thc 74-year-old Instill,' seated , across Judge James II. Wilkewon's federal courtroom, glowered ns Fallon answered questions put by Leslie E.| Salter, government prose' cutor. koarly 300 capitalists, including world famous figures, were members of the syndicate, the government contended. Their names were no: placed In the record hmvcvei. ' The syndicate was formed late m 192U to deal In the common aim preferred slocks of Middle- wcft unities company, a key unit of the Insull empire, Fallon said 'They wanted lo keep the market from sagging," he said. Negro Gas Truck Driver Held Under $1,000 Bond Jesse Kirk, negro driver of an allegedly disguised gasoline truck- waived examination In. municipal court yesterday and was ordered held to the grand Jury on a charge of gas tax evasion. Bond wns set at $1.000. Kirk was the driver of a truck seized by Highway Patrolman Bill Armstrong and Eddlo B. David dtpitty sheriff, early in ths wce k It had a 1,000 gallon lank of gasoline concealed on a slake body truck and covered over with co£- lon seed. The state is expected to institute proceedings to confiscate the truck. .' "Ight by p. A. silcox, chief forester of the United states Forest service, at a meeting of lh c American Forestry association "I assert," he said, "tha that the , , e devastation of our forests is still uoing on. Tlie lime hns come when we can no longer temporize wilh such n condition "H private owners .persist Ills policy it will be o capture ' p !llc in necessary .is much of their Innd ns pos- Bank Stock Assessment Still Largely Unpaid ° i- , of levied after the failure cf 7 , lk ,° f Lcnclu ' i »e November 17, 1930, $8.290 still remains un- collccted, ihe report for the third quarterly ,»riod of 1934 by S G Locfchart, special deputy bank commissioner, filed in chancery court here, shows. »»'<•«? ,, °" c * vltlcntl of I" Per cent wns paid depositors of the bank in March, 1931. Expenses Incident to liquidation of the bank for the three months Period ending Sept. 29, 1934 totaled $280. This included . monthly payments of $37.50 to Lock!!""A S l? 'S ( v , u .,- a « ib "">t. «nd $25 to A. F'. Barliam, Osceola attor- , - ney, as legal advisor. General expense wns $62. Purtle Likely to Be Out of Game Tonight J - w K . . star center of the Blythcvlllc Chicknsaws, will likely not be a member of the eleven tak- the field .here against shaw- Indians here to- Death of th c Blythevllle center's grandmother .this morntn^ will probably mean that Purtle wiii not participate Ih the game. . nees powerful night. ar . PEOPLE' FIRSUE ROANOKC. Va, Ocl 19 <UP)i- Praldenl Roosevelt called upoi able-bodied Ameilcan wai veteran: today to withhold any 1 duvc for further'cash benefits to enable the administration [ 0 devote Its re- Hmrces 'to this counti}'* underprivileged millions of ''forgotten The ndmliilstiatlon's challenge unisons Ameilcan Legionnaires converged upon Miami, Pla; 1 , for an iinnmil cdmention nc<ct week In, which'cash jjnjment of the bonus Is nh Issue. Mr. liooscvelt's ple.i wns Indirect. He did not mention tlie bonus. But he bluntly told audience assembled here /or thc dedication of n \ctoiuns hospita that thc former soldiais were comparatively well off ns things are. He icllcralcd thc idnsini tfn*- lioiVs plcilisu to CMC foi dlE_jlw former soldiers But thc presl dent said- the nble-bodled World War' veteran is better olf today than thc average of any olher major 'group , Thc big Job, Mi Roosevelt said Is to. eliminate Ihe ciuses of depression and theh drng on pro 1 -- perlty. "Von have heard some kind pepi pie say," he continued, "that, thb country is distinctly better oil from n .material point of view than II was last -ycni I am Inclined to agree with them. But he Slid he was nppallet by Ihe magnitude of Ihe task as administration smveys Increasing!' reveal-who. the -"forgotten people are and 'Vvutn. tnuy ,ll\c—in almost .every county of every stale Local Barbers to Have Feminine Competition 'Blythevlllp has its first woman barber, she Is Mrs. H. C. Halsell who lias bought the barber sho'i nt 101 south Second street from Ernest Holt, nnd who will ate the Hnlsell's shop In the Biirbc-r shop. future . al •Mrs. Hnlsoll has had eight years experience wielding the mzor r'atit shears in-shops in Oklahoma Cily where a number of shop 1 ; employ women instead of men-barbers. She plnns lo secure V! Ui> cervices of two more "barbereltS'. nnd will operate a three-chair shop in the 'nine location, - jus south of Kirby's Drug store on Soulh Second street. Mrs. Halsell said she would continue to operate Ihe shop for men wosfiin nnd children and will: " ~ lallze in all types or barber work" The shop is being redecorated tills week, but Mrs. Halseih wil cpmtc one chair for several'days until nils work is completed Grocer Will Appeal Pure Food Laws Fine T. H. Van Bibber, grocer, arid J. J. Norflcet, butcher employed In Van Bibber's meat market, '\vere fined $10 each by Municipal Judge C. A: .Cunningham , yesterday for violating the state pure food laws. They allegedly sold Infected meat to a customer of the store, Notice of appeal to circuit .courj was given by each defendant ant bonds were .set at S50 each. Florence .Harvey forrciled~n~rive dollar bond posted 'for her 'appearance to answer a charge of disturbing thc peace when she failed to attend court! Douglas Vincent was fined $10 nd given 10 ' petit larceny. A $100 bond posted last wee* ly George Duffey, accused of driving while Intoxicated, was' lor-, ftlted when he fulled to appear in court. A charge of grand larceny ngaimt David Bruce was dismissed. Von Kluck, German Wu Lcader, Is Dead at 88 RERUN. Oct. 10 (UP)-General Field Marshal Alexander von Kluck, of thc German imperial generid staff, who commanded the _ ....^.» %I11V „„„ first German army at the battle (yesterday was 80, minimum' - 65, of the Marno and ,1U, advance en I parity cloudy, according lo Samuel Paris, died today. He was SO, |P., NorrLs, official weather observ- Dcath was attributed lo senillly. er. WEATHER Arkansas—Partly cloudy --'.night and Saturday. ' ' . '•••.,Memphis and vicinity—Probably occasional showers tonight and Saturday .little change In tempcra- Mre. : , - :-.j. The maximum temperature here

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