The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1934 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS . w ™ mm «™^ or «™™™*i™w^££:?z££r- m ' • J --^-»-^ TT kJ VOL. XXXI—NO. 185 Bljthevillo D«lly Ntwi Blytheville Ocurler MlMlsslppI valley Leader Blytue?lU« Herald HOME EDITION TIPIY PIANES SKHHNC TO AUSTRALIA Will PUKE MSI Federal Aid Highway Program for Coming Year Announced at Capital. An all-pavement highway between Blythcville and Jotiesbovo will 'je a reality within a year, -• it appeared today following announcement at Little Rock by J. C. Baker, _dlrector of highways, that the 9-mlfff gap between Lcach- vllle and Monstte had been Included in the federal aid construction program for 1934-35. Twenty-three coiistruction projects in 20 counties have been up- proved, to cast approximately Sl,600,000, Mr. Baker announced. The work on the Blythevillo- Joncsboro road, Highway 18, wi'l be divided inio two projects. One of these consists of live miles of paving south ' of Leachvillc, in Mississippi county, and the other of lour, miles of paving north ot Monette, In Craighead county. Will I'ave Gaps Other projects approved include completion of all remaining gaps In the Memphis-Little Rock-Tox- arkana highway. Northeast Arkansas projects, other than .those between this city and Jonesboro, are: Crittenden county, Highway 70, three miles at the- Harahan viaduct. St. Francis county, Highway 70. four miles lust of Forrest City. Gross county, Highway I, Wynne south, five miles of paving. Greene county, Pnragouid west on Highway.25, seven miles paving and surfacing. • -, V . -Independence «<juhty.-, 'Highway 26, Batesvllle south; four miles fit paving. Jackson .counts', Highway G7 Bradford-Newport, grading surfacing and bridges, two . miles. Jackson county, Highway - 67. Diiia overpass approaches, one mile paving. Secondary Program Afso Approved The state's NRH allotment for the next fiscal year Is $3,500000 and approxinintely half of this amount must be spent on federal aid highways: The United States Bureau of PnbJic Heads Jtos approved, .the entire program, but details of the municipal and feed: er projects, which will consume tht balance of the total allotment, will not be announced until about the middle of aexl ireck Mr. Baker said. The municipal projects will receive about 25 per cent and Oie feeder roads about.25 per cent of the total allotment. Episcopal Bishops Endorse Birth Control ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Oct 20 (UP)— The house of bishops of the Protestant Episcopal church, in its fiirty-first triennial convention, today passed a controversial resolution endorsing birth control. The vole on the. resolution was 44 to 38. The house of bishops refused to confirm the election of the Rev. John William Torofc, a former Romnn Catholic monslgneor as the bishop of Eau Claire, Wis. Hear Testimony in Trial of Prosecutor Ark ., Oct. 20. cstimony began shortly be- f °™ "™? ^y in the trial ol Roy Richardson, prosecuting attorney, charged with bribery and extortion, and Indications were the case would go to the jury tonight. Fifteen witnesses were expected lo testify. The Jury was completed -Just before noon after twelve hours of questioning by attorneys. Hoboes Pledge 'Bloc' of 15,000 Votes in Election CINCINNATI (UP)-A. V. (Vie) Donahcy and Martin I,. Davey, respectively U. S. senatorial and gubernatorial nominees, will receive 15,000 hobo voles from Cleveland, Cincinnati, Toledo, Portsmouth and several other Ohio cities In the November election. •Jeff Davis, hobo "king", lias de- Nnred as much, In reporting many Pledges" from the "Jungles." "This s the organization's first venture into politics,' Davis snld. "We're plug to do a lot of scratching, Sill we want it understood that were for President Roosevelt." Hoboes held a national convention here a few weeks ago, under Davis' Picturing Plane Crash "at Sea! liens comes a nows.rccl plane toward (ho U. S. Lines' S. S. Wasulugton .«50 miles at sen, to pick up films ot King Alexander's assassination... .. .The plane Is forced to risk a landing on the choppy sea. It throws a plums ot spray the moment it touches tlie, water ... ... Then disaster. The plans turns turtle Henry Johnson, a me- cHariic, is killed. Four survivors cling to the ftisllage, to be rescued 5? VfP'M" Georga Frled'i.crew, and brought back to Now York with. «»• (fllma. - : - —' - - i . •* Dyess Colony Worker Giv- : en $1,000 Fine and One Year on Farm. OSCEOLA, Ark.— Henry Turner, Cyess colony employe, was convicted of assault with a deadly weapon by a jury in circuit court .or beating "Uncle" Jimmie O'Conner, elderly dynamite shooter at ;he colony, .with an iron automobile crank, and was given the maximum penalty : of a year on the county fnrm and Sl.OOO fine. J. L. Ford, negro, was convicted of second degree murder for a crime committed eleven yenrs ago, when he shot nnd killed Henry ?o«'ler, another negro, near O'Don- ncll's Bend. Ford ' left the state I'tcr the crime and remained away until about o_ year ' ago. He was taken in custody soon nfter his return to the community. The two cases consumed the nay Thursday and Friday. Court adjourned over until Monday following the verdict in the Ford case. The docket is extremely light and not more than three day's court is anticipated next week. James Mellon, Brother of Andrew., I s Dead , Oct. 20 (UP> 88 ' oldcr m Have Consecutive Twins 16 Other Children ALLIANCE, O. (UP)-Mr e^j *. George Stariiy" rt near here, believe they are Proceeds Despite Appeal to Supreme Court ' {or Injunction. LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 20 (UP)— State ,'rrcasurer Roy V. Leonard is buying old highway bonds with a $1,350,000 refunding fund although an appeal lias been made lo Ihe stnt-e supreme court to prevent the purchases, it was learned today. Leonard says he was ncling under advice of Attorney General Walter L. Pope in using warrants lo retire bonds offered at lowest prices. Warrants we're being issued as fast as vouchers arc approved, the treasurer said. A test case to decide whether the $1,350.000 is legally available for retirement fcf bonds will be considered by the supreme court Monday on an appeal from the Ptilaski county chancery court ivhfcli denied an injunction to prevent. the use of the money Suit was brought by Lewis L Cherry, a bondholder and (av- payer, after state Comptroller Griflin Smith advised tlie money could not be used for that purpose. and Burdella and Burdctte In lais The starkes-s have been parent of 10 other children, six of "horn are living. Dr. I. c, PiummeV „ Ohio suite University, had stated recently that Die children of M" arid Mrs. Vincent Kemp, of Bremen, O., were the only consecutive twins In the stilts Prizes Awarded at Last Cooking School Session Winners ot the prizes at the a-ing session ot the Ccurisr News' sixth annual cooking school yesterday were: Mrs. Virgil Moodj 411 Twsnly-Firsl, concoleum ru?' Mrs. K. D. Man-, 110 Lake, 30 loaves of bread; Mrs. J. J. Dalj, 513 Chlckasawba, $3 In dry cleaning or laundering; Mrs. Jack Blev ens, 123 N. Fifth, crystal sherbet glasses; Mrs. N. M. chapman, 128 E. Ash, shoes. Gifts of food went lo Mrs, John Foster, 312 N. Fifth; Mrs. Charles Newcomb, 1212 Hearn; Mrs. R. L. Reeder, 125 S. First; Mrs. E. A. Craig, Route 2; Mrs. S. W. Rhode;; Mr* Bill Cope, 114 W. Ash; Mrs. J. W. Meyer, 312 E. Kentucky; Mrs. Henry Brister; Mrs. Emma Lou Rogers, 1023 Holly; Mrs. Roy Johnson, 515 Madison; Mrs. J. r. Peterson, 200 N. Twenty-First, Mrs. Velma Sample, 1211 Main; Mrs. Jennie Malone; Mrs, J. M. Glllesple, North First; Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, Highway 61; Mrs. Sam Hardln, 1101 W. Ash; Mrs. Jlmmle Payne, 407 Dougan; Mrs. J. M. Jarrett, New Liberty; Mrs. Jeddy Shepard, 500 N, Filth; Mrs. Jack Marsh, 312 Lake; Mrs. Elza Wheeler; .Mrs. V ( M. Brlstcr; 'Mrs. H. Conner, 510 W. Main; Mrs. P. J. Crawford, 137 E. Cherry; Miss Loin Uelh TO BE BPEJUTED BT Oklahoma Cily and Little , Rock Men Form Company Pia-chasing System Articles of incorporation. have; bC2ii filed at the secretary ol state's office in Little Hock -j) the Illj-thcvillc Water company which will operate the local plant nnd system, owned by Asioclati'i Utilities for several years. | : The local plant and system ;\f said to have been purchased b) Robert K. Johnston of Oklahoma City, Okla., representing the new corporation, at a bankruptcy silk' In Knnsns city, Mo. A''icclaiful receiver had been operating tht local plant as well as other hoid- in/is of Associated Utilities ,ioi several years. The new company Is authorize! lo tiiy nnd sell water and byproducts, such as Ice. Incorpora- WK ol tlie company are Mr Johnston, N. B. Murphy and K C. Butler ol Little Rock.: Heporh irom Liuli- Rock thnt the . company was formed ivllh 530,000 .capital .stock and was treated >in .connection with .1 PWA project arc believed to be in error., It was generally believed here that. capital stock of the corporation . is piobably considerably In CXCJSK or 'he amount listed. No'.nir-ntiun n PWA project In connection with ••w purchase n;u\ cv-ci,-. ,i..., here, ' •-' r*l* i ^mB1MI -..c'city of isiytheville attempted unsuccessiuliy. tu ''si-cure u.<i. . .'. ate the plant as a municipally owned plant last .winter, negotiations being carried', on over . n period ot several mouths , before they^ were finally -discontinued.'' • The miin:uij:iil government./ -acting through Major Cecil , Shane 13. A. Lynch and L. L. Ward, iu- temptcd to effect purchase and improvement, of the plant as a self- liqiilaation project. Revenue bonds of the plant were to have, oetn uji'crcd in'its purchase ai n 1 'pries 01 S150.000 nh'd-'.improvements alter purchase were to : have been matie to-the'amount'.of' abouf$4D.- u-i'U with-n' tentative loan secureu Horn the. Puhiu .Works AuminliUi*.- lion. Negotiations. eventually failed when the federal receiver remained insistent oii a ' cash pav- mcnt of $90,000' and bor.ds :im- tlie reinninacr of thr Sif(;,000 priic. Later at the bankruptcy sale john- slon, according to retwrts, .secured ilie plniil with a <;own payment of $50,000 cash. It is understood that- the total price Involved in the bankruptcy sale was about the same as the aiiiaunt asked of the m.inicipality. Thief Assembled Parts For His' Own Auto BOSTON (UP)—Someone apparently is building himself an automobile. Anna Leonard reported the top of her roadster missing. Clair Johnson told police somebody stole the hood of her car. Still another party reported a fender missing. .Gives Hauptmann March 1 Alibi That Bruno llauptmann was nt work in New York City both on March 1, the day of the Lindbergh kidnaping, and oil tlio day ntter, la Hie assertion ot Joseph Jl. Kurclil (above), then superintendent ot construction at Hie Majestic Hotel. Tlio employment BSCDCV that got llauplniitiin lli« job conflnni the record. Child Rescued After Three Hours in Well ^AWTON. Okln.. Ocl. 20 (UP)— lii-scuc wurker.s lodny pulled Hlcli- i'Kt Lwiti 'luuiubii out of n w-ell u> which he hurl, keen wedged 20 i*'--l brluw the suviace for HIITC I.Olll.'-. '1'hi' child. 30 months old, hiv.l Ii'llin into the well near the tent "|.uic ol his parents w lillc lit I'lily, Wh 1 a corps ol icsciic work"s di'f ii hoi;, inside the nbnndun- "1 well, the child's niolher, Mra. <Jll.v 'rotinib.v, bw^icd a rope. TIIL> child worked the IQJIC muter his I'sins and held another ro|>e .n '"•i hiiiMK. Ills lutiijr then puil- '.'I him up ao feet to the sur- ft:ce. Numerous previous attempts to Pull him out In this manner hud Seeks lo Establish Right to Share in New England Woman's Estate. STUTTGART, Ark., Oct. 20. (UP)—ills identity siid'ciiTf clouded, Robert Price, 20-year-old tnll slender, bronzed Stuttgart youth ivlll begin his legal battle In u New London, conn., courtroom Tuesday for a million-dollar share 'ii the eslatc of Mrs. Louisa miner as her Illegitimate arnnilson. The Into New England society woman's will gave investigating attorneys their first Inllmatlon that a child survived her own deceased son, and Kent them on a hunt that has brought -a bizarre story of 18 years deception i« concealing the parenthood - of, BobL ert Price. The youth is. jits attorneys claim, the son of Charles T : Pal-' mer and Audrey Allen,, actre.4,' who were married three years after Ins birth. until February 1933, the boy had known Mr and' Mrs. W. A. Pi-ice of Stuttgart as father and mcthcr." It was then "that Mrs.- Price a trained nurse nnd half-sister ol Audrey Allen, told the story of his birth here in a room dimly lighted by a kerosene lamp where « physician, worried by a recent death, thought the mother was Mrs. Price instead of Audrey Al- Soon afterward, a deposition of Mrs. Price relates, the actress rc- iirned lo New York and the baby boy was raised as Mrs. Price's son, The child was taken to New York when 20 months old at the ac rcss' request and there Mrs. Price allegedly learned Palmer was Robert's father. Palmer is said to have shown great affection for the ^boy and called him "my baby Palmer wanted to keep the boy, the deposition continues, but "Audrey would not permit It. When Robert was eight years old they wired asking that 'son' be sent to •hicago, which I refused to do" Audrey Allen Palmer later provided for Robert's schooling nml showed much favoritism as his Palmer died Intestate in cali- -nia In 1526, leaving a fortune $1,000,000, half of which went o his mother and the remainder to his widow. Urines Resourcefulness in Meeting Changing Problems of Life. WILLIAMSUUHCI, Va.. Oct. 20 (UP)—in a setting of Colonial Virginia culture and coiirlllnr-ss President Iloos'jvelt 'loduy culled on tlie nation's citizens jo meet changing economic conditions wl'h the spirit of the pioneer. Ills appeal was delivered on th: grounds of historic William and Mary college In the heart of thl-i litllc city which has been restored (o Its picturesque Colonial beauty. Speaking in connection with llu> inauguration of John Stewart Ury- nn ns-tlio 19th president of William and Mary, the president said: "The necessities of our time de- mniiri Hint men avoid being set In grooves, that they avoid llic occupational predestination of th" older- world; n ml that in the face ot th'j change nnd development In America ' they must Imve n sufficiently brond nnd comprehensive (onceptlon of the- world In which Ihcy live to meet Its changing problems \\-n\i resourcefulness and practical vision." He observed that even In revolutionary times William and Mary college kept pace -with a changing world by rmillgnliig it educational failures. "This was In llic spirit of the old America nnd it is, I believe lu Die spirit of America -today' he added. The -president and Governor corse Campbell Perry of Virginia liau honorary degrees conferred 011. .Ihcin at this-'exercises'." 1928 she left an estate of --jrly S3.CCO.000 for her three children and a will that provided- In case my son, Charles T Palmer, shall not survive me, then and in that case, I give, devise nnd bequeath that one third share • • • to his child." Upon that sentence attorneys iave delved and investigated for ears, if Robert Price, the bronz- <i Arknnsas youth, | s the son of Capture Bank Robbery Suspect After Battle WKIASVILLE, O., Oct. 20 CUP) Ho:i(f! today captured a siLS|»ct In tnc robbery of the 1 . Peoples bank of Tilloiiville, O., after a gun battle, nnd another man, believed implicated, was sought 'by a posse of 200. U Col John Butler Dies at Hot Springs HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Oct, 20 (UP)—Funeral plans were made today, for U. Col. John Uutler, 62. Omaha, Neb., United States army engineers corps, who died at the Army-Navy hospital here last nlgiit. Burial will be at Nashville, Term. Id SPIRIT Lindbergh Suspect. Will Face- Arraignment at Flemington Monday. PLEMfNOTON. N. J., Oct. '(UP)— Bruno Richard llauptmann will be arraigned Monday on an Indictment charging him with"the murder of the Lindbergh baby and will be tried before November 15. 1C was understood today. He was brought to this sent of Huiil- crdmi county within whose borders the crime took place last night after lie lost his appeal to prevent extradition from New York slate. Extraordinary precautions were laken to safeguard the prisoner who was led through a mob of booing and shouting farmers and townspeople when the heavily guarded motorcade that brought him from New York City arrived. State troopers stood guard inside and outside the modern Jail, regarded as escape proof and mob proof. The possibility of an attempt at mob violenc-j was discounted by olllcers, but there was no mistake stout the- insults the crowd screamed a", the German carpenter. Lone Survivor Tells of Tragedy on Lake WINNIPEG, Man., Oct. 20 (UP) —A tale of heroic but futile efforts to save the lives of aim persons thrown into the water after the full tank of their gasoline launch exploded >ras told today by William Johnson, sole survivor of a fishing party of ten persons. The victims, all residents of Winnipegosis, were drowned In the cold water of Lake Winnlpcgoifs as they fought their way toward tl.ore yesterday. . C. Kays Named Official Of Federal Land Bank ST. I.OU1H, ,0cl, W (UI>)—V, 0. Cays, president of Arkansas stiiCv college, Joni'suoi-o, will assume the vlcc-pr'.'Sldency, of Hie Land Dank Louis iiljout January 1, It was announced day. l Kays was granted n K>nve of ab- -cnce for one year lo accept lh" XML Tins educator, however, will r;- nln hl.s title-hs president of His •ollegc-. Kays will tnkc churne of n newly created department at the Jinik. He will direct a s]!;clnll«'l type of research to Include studhs ol soil fertility, land usage, and farm miiimgciii^nl problems. Noil-Stop Flight Puts Them HI Bagdad Fust; Rosco'c 1 inner ^\mong Leaders. BAGDAD, linf|, Oct. 20 'UP) Captain j, lmc s A and Amy Mol- llson, his wife, landed; hcip tonight, Hashing Into the lend in Ihe EnghnU-Auslrnlla Aerial classic Molli.on, (list off fiom England ul o iO nm o :n t (1 30 a de \vo Seriously Injured in Accident Near Dyess Late Yesterday. J, R. -Watson, 7:i.-.of Golden Lake 03 Madison street, sustained 'serious injuries when a truck, currying about 30 Oyess colony workers, liimcil over Into a roadside dlleh a abcut three miles from tha colony o '•••e. yesterday afternoon, C Two Cobb ambulances from pi Ulylhcville were rushed lo the accident MIMIC and brmiijhl Watson nnd Voyl*s here. Two other man, , who sustained lesser-Injuries, were s pjaccd In one of the ambulances L nnd carried to Driver, and onn ! , n Ihlnz at Gosnel], was brought here. Severn! others sustained Injuries of n minor nature but thsir names could not be learned. p Tho ^riick, drlverf by Alma Owen, wus proceeding, nt- a -normal rate of speed when a front spring broke. I'.j-kfm; the; front wheels: and anding J the truck, uncontrolled, Into 'a 'roadside ditch, where 'it Jiirned halfway over. Watson was thrown heavily against one of several Improvised wooden benches on the truck, Injuring h| s right hip. Voyles was pinned under the truck. Watson's hip Is not believed lo be fractured but Is severely brulssd. It wns first thought that Voylcs' back was Injured but later the Injury was believed confined to Jiis ribs. 'Hie truck was' cu route from Dycss colony to Tllylhevlllc wllh a trucklood of workers who Jive h.;re.' Watson was not working having been laid off, but said lie was on the tvny to Osceoln to seek employment ot flic colony It was reported here .that Watson was not. among the group IrniiEportcd regnlaily back and forth from Blylhcvllle by O W Davis' truck and his' presence oii the truck was not known to the driver. ic leaders In the spectacular- -ibj luinei departed from Athens , M2 pin, c, in t, (l 02 pjn, *> t) Turner, ictompanied by 1011 plane, sought to cut down he Icid of two Dutch teams—K > Parmmtler, J 7 Moll, and 0 'an Brugge, who are in the lead ;o Ini as can be Judged here nnd ? J. Asjcs, c. J Gcysendoiffci, intl P. Pronk. ' The Piirinenllcr team, living a Douglns nh llnei, was more than two hours ahead of the veteran. American speed flyer, having left Athens nt 3 50 pm G. m 1 do - 80'am e s t,). The Asjcs team was also well ahead, hiding departed 'at 4 25 pm (n ^J am, 3. S. l.J Twen<> Planes Start MILDENHALL, Eng, Oct 20 (UP)—Twenty airplanes "roared southeastward over Europe todaj In llic greatest nir nice ever held —Mlldcnlmli to Melbourne, - Austrilia moo miles away Three ciack American crews wcic In the race nnd were amon the favorites It was but 17 minutes after thi' ait of the first plane at the exact scheduled second of e 10 am < l:3(i a.m. e.s.t.) that the last plane streaked across the liner. Forty-five minutes aftei the first plane got away the racers were Hashing out over the Engllsli channel In such a quick succession and with such speed that they could not be checked. ** J. H. Davis Dies at Hospital in Jonesboro J. H. Davis, step-father of Carl Javis, died at the St. Bernard at Jonesboro yesterday following a brief illness. An cmer- Sracy operation was performed af- cr he became suddenly ill Wedi n :>r : ay. Funeral services will be held at his home In Black Rock, Ark., to- nerrow, Afr. nnd Mrs. Carl--Davis and son, carl, Jr., went over-today. Tlie dcccaseo Is also survived by Ills wife, one son, three other stepsons, nr.d four step-daush- lers. Presiding Elder Will Be At Luxora Sunday OSCEOLA, Ark.—The Rev.-Sam B. Wiggins of Jonesboro, presidium elder, will hold quarterly conference for the Ltixora and Xelser Methodist churches at the Lusorn church at 5 o'clock Sunday af- Mexican Chamber Asks Deportation of Bishops MEXICO CITY, Oct. 20 (UP)— Angered at a national campaign of protest against the government's, educational program, held to be nf Socialistic character, the cham-| ber of deputies today demanded the deportation of all Roman Catholic archbishops mid bishops and the! suppression of (our newspapers, i The senate followed by passing! a bill piorldlng' for school re- fom.s. which when It passed the chamber a week ago, intensinjd the campaign and led to a studsnf rli'ike Ihni has closed four great universities and almost a!l schools In the capital. Parking Fee for Horse And Buggy Irks Farmer BUCVRUS, O. (UP)-The Crav,-- 'ord County Fair Board said nothing abotit horses and buggies th!s fall when It 'placed a 25-cents parking charge on automobiles. A farmer drove one of the conveyances to the. fair. attendant. "Oh, no, this is not an automobile,"- replied the driver. "But it has to bo parked just the same," answered the gatcman. An argument followed, then th: 'timer calmly directed Ills horse lo cine side, turned around and went borne.- t.) set Ills swift DC'' Hav- niirt Comet plane down at 1:10 •in Ci in t {2 so p in e i t) 'llicy made the 2553 miles in 12 lionib mid -10 mltuilcs, tivciauinj beltei limn 175 nillci mi horn Iji lelr non-stop flight. ' Turner Amonjr Leaders ATHENS, Greece, Oct. 20. (OP)" -Col noscoc Tmnci chief of Hm- :rica's ah spci-dstcii In the Eng- in a lh r| -I Lcpanto Man Refuses To Name Assailanf LEPANTO, Ark., Oct ?0—Officers arc investigating the mys-, tcrious shooting of Lum Walls.,,'??, proprietor of a service station'lo- cated on the east side of Lepinto across Little river. " Wells 'was shot In the Ie£"a£" 5 o'clock this morning at a house not far from his 'residence \\nd station. He was removed lo a Memphis hospital in" n Mu phy ambulance, He would - not name lis Dssailant. '-•<•>' i i Home' Made Glider Carries Him to Record OROVILLE, Wash.; (UP)— Claimant of altitude and sustained flight records lor gliders is Cloy Artman; 21, of Oroville, who used boSes, 'crates, tin enns.and other scrap materials in constructing his 175-pound craft. • • . . Arlnian reached an altitude of 3,550 feet In claiming the record. On another occasion he kept his glider in tlie air 13 and one half hours, Claimant of the women's record if. Audrey Artman, 19, almost ;is ndepb with "Die glider as her brother, , . ,. they''used 'Uie 800-foot cliff at Grand Coulee Dam site for taking oft on recent - flights. Old Inner Uibss furnished the starting piisli. WEATHER ARKANSAS - Mostly cloudy with probable rain In the west and 'Memphis and Vicinity—Cloudy tonight, possibly showers. Sunday', fair and cc/oler. .!..'" The maximum temperaurc here yesierday was 79, ;minimum 64, partly ctoutiy, according to Safn- icl p. Norris, official weather ob-' server.

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