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'I «"<•[•( jvjqt BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS ?f<*\ VOL. XXXIII—NO. 257 niyllieville Courier Ulythevlllc Daily ,> u va Blylheville Herald Mississippi Valley Leader DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NOUTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST M1SSOUIU BLYTHUVILLK, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUAKY M, i<m SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS \ I HOT SPRINGS IS LEGISLATURE'S TARGET DIST, 17'S DEBT R. P. C. Agrees to Modification of Loan Requirements Early retirement of Drainage District 17's 53,704,500 of bonded indebtedness at a cost to the district of 55 cents on the dollar appeared assured today as the result of a decision by the Reconstruction Finance corporation to make 'a loan to the district for that purpose contingent upon agreement of holders of 00 per cent of the bonds to accept such a settlement. It is understood that holders of 90.4 per cent of the bonds have already agreed to the settlement, under which they will receive in cash 52.5 per cent of the face value of their bonds. The other 2.5 per cent, will go to compensate a bond- Jiolders protective qommitUXj for its services and lo pay expenses of yetthisr in the old bonds. : Originally the R. P. C. had made its loan to the . district, amounting to 45 p:r cent of the bonded indebtedness, contingent upon acceptance of the• settlement by holders of 95 per cent of Mi- bonds. Failure of tile bondholders committee to locate the tw,. that many bonds threatened the settlement until the K. X u. U^re.._ to reduce the requirement to 0" per cent. Cash to make up, tfc dlfffronec between the 45 per 'cent to i>r loaned by the R." p. c. and the 55 per cent which must be paid is on hand In the district's treasury Modification of the R. p. c.'s conditions was agreed lo at it conference at Washington this week attended by V. G. Holland of this city and' J. H. Grain of WiisDn, commissioners of the district. >Miv Holland \vas recently named a-cpiii- inissidner flf'^the" di'stfici. Id succeed c. W. Afflick, .who resigned! n. A. Lynch is the third.member of the board. Cone Murphy Named | District Engineer: LITTIJ3 . ROCK, Ark.— Cone' Murphy. former, .administrative head of IJyess Coli^y and now in ! charge of WPA 'activities at the colony, lias been appointed state highway engineer for the tenth district, with headquarters nt Paragould, succeeding J. D. Futrell, brother of former Gov. J M' il roll. • The appointment was made yesterday at a meeting of the new state highway commission at which six of the district engineers who served under the Futrell ad- ininlslraliou were ousted, three were retained and one, Frank Gerlg of Cainden, was promoted | to the post of stale maintenance' engineer. W. H. Ciishnian of Wynne was named to succeed James Hamilton of Wynne as engineer of the first district. with headquarters at Wynne. R. E. Martin Succumbs At Jonesboro Today B. E. Martin, former office manager for the Chicago Mill and Lumber company, here, died early thif morning at Jonesboro. Afr. \fartln was well'known IIP." having made his home in this city for a nunftt-r of years until he mov- • ed lo Jonesboro where he was con- necled wilh the district WPA office at the time of his death. Before goins? lo Jonesboro Mr. Martin was county works program director under B. N. Wilson, EEA administrator of the county. A spider, native to Australia . and measuring only one-fortieth of an inch, is said to bs the smallest of Oils insect-like class. SHE WON A KING Life Begins at 4 for Little Joan Women Say Cute for Farm Problem -Would Help End ' ATLANTA, On.. Jan. 14 (UP)— Southern women today pointed' to Ihe federal government's' program of rural i resettlement as a means to end the crime of lynching described as the "disgrace of the south." • •' Meeting in biennial convention here, leaders of the Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching declared (he stamping -oat of -farm, tenancy and sharecropping would go far to remove the •underlying causes of mob rule. '• . ' • . . ''Lynching has beeiu-.thc, method Uy .which 'white people .hare matytaiiied^w'hal, Ihey.V'cdWrdeYcd' control -over the negro," Mrs • Jesse" Daniel Ames, executive; 'director of the association, told [lie United Press. • : , • . • "This mob rule largely has been exercised.: by the poorer, classes— especially tenants and sharecroppers - who have :i-d no other means .to show the,,- superiority. With more even distribution of land and greater land •'ownership among these poorer classes the need for lynching will largely disappear. • • Nobody Knows ust AVHal Recently Anno u need Plan Contemplates BY KODNKY DUTCHKR Courier News Washington } ' Correspondent • j WASHINGTON, Jan 14. J A negro messenger recently was observed staggering across Pennsylvania Avenue toward the While House, heavily laden with a pile ol bound, typewritten pages about two feet high. If It had been known In time Denied sight, hearing, and speech since birlh. Jo:m llig- Bins, 4, still may approach normal contact with the world if efforts of Dr. Robert Gaull, Northwestern University psychologist, are successful. Using a device that translates words into vibrations, one of Gault's aides, above, is teaching Joan to recognize and identify simple objects. When her-mother v'i« Unable,to support her, Joan was adoptetl by" an Evunston, IV^ • ; family. ', what lie , was carrying, he almost ceitainly would have been waylaid by 10 cabinet members,! a hundred bureau chiefs and commissioners. and' a small "nrniy of oilier' 1 New Deal officials . '•'. .'-U For the messenger's .load was the report of the president's committee on reorganization of •G.bv-l ernmcnt — consisting of Louts Brownlow, Charles E. Mcrrlinan, and Luther Oullck. , ' Significance of this doesn't .rest in the tin-ions fact that- the Vre- port wasn't toted In a taxi 'or n government wagon, but In tlia.' Insistence of those who .saw.'itlie pile that only a small portion' of the commlltce':; actual . report : has been transmitted to Congress. Roosevelt gave Congress only, 47 pages, which laid, down general prlclples and outlined specifically ;nly those broad, major changes lecoihmended by the ' committee wtiich icqulic congressional action. May Connect More Than One With Mattson Crime WASHINGTON.' Jan. 14 <U1')- Director J. Edgrir.'lIooVLT oC the Federal mneini of Investigation today Indicated federal iiulhorltlLs believe that more than ODD kid-' miner may be Involved In the nl>- diicllon and slaying of 10-yeiu- old Charles Maltson. Hoover appeared before a house appropriations sub-committee to testify on the justice department appropriation 1)111 for the, nest fiscal year. lie' told the United Press that P. B. I. hud "nothing to say 1 about progress. on . the ciisc until It was solved. Sold Car To Suspect DALLAS, Tex., Jan. 14 (UP) — Roy Roberts, a used car salesman. Informed police today thnl he believed a ninii who attempted to purchase an automobile from him was Orrlu Haynes, sought : for questioning in the kidnap murder of Charles Malison: Closing Stock Prices •'NEW "YORK. Jan. 14 <UP) • — Automobile, aulo equipment and steel shares turned strong and active on the stock exchange today when officials of General Motors corporation and union leaders met ,in .conference for the first time on'.the strike situation. A T and T American Waterworks Anaconda Copper Bethlehem Steel .' Bethlehem Steel Chrysler Cities Service Coca Cola Onrinl Electric Oem.-al Motors .' In tori ia I Iq na I Ha rvcster Mi'I'-cwon-Robbins Montgomery Ward New York Central ..'.'.'. Packard Philips Petroleum '. Radio Corp St. Louis-San Francisco Simmons Scd Standard of N J ...... Sliidcbaker 183 1-4 23 3-4 50 1-8 75 1-4 75 14 121 3-8 51-8 125 1 .-1 53 !-B 07 1-4 11)7 13 1-4 57 7-8 •13 11 1-4 51 1-2 12 1-2 3 7-8 47 5-3 G'J 15 1-4 Beautiful Arclath Richmond married King Paul of Nortli- tinibra. For her kisses, lie - gave up his throne. But could she hold his love?—Keep him happy? Read what happens when a king weds a commoner. KING WITHOUT A COUNTRY A New Serial Beginning- Today On Page 4 New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 14 (U|»)_ Cotton closed irregular, three l»ints lower to four higher with distant months, showing (he b!»- gest gains. . ° open high | ow closc 1232 1232 1232 123Ca 1241 1241 1235 123S 1233 123fl 1229 1231 .1226 1230 1224 1225 1187 1191 1187 I189b 1193 1198 1193 HD4b ipots closed quiet at 1290 off four. ' Jan March | May I July Cct Dec . Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS. 111,. j an , 4 (UP)—Hogs: receipts, 8000 ' Top, 10.SO. | 170-230 Ibs., 10.40-1050 Light weights 7.50-10.25 Bulk sows, 9.35-9.65 Cattle: receipts, 3,000 Slaughter steers; G 00-12 75 . Mixed yearlings nnd heifers,' 6.00 i.51). Slaughter heifers,"550-11 Beef cows, 4.75-5.50 ' Cutters and low cutttrs, 3 so.-i 25 Negro Porter Breaks Down After 26 Houii-s of Questioning NEW YORK, Jan. 14 (UP)— Major Greene, wiry 33-year-old negro porter, confessed today after' police had questioned Win more than 26 hours that he killed Mrs. Mary .Harriet Case, pretty President Marking: Time The actual program for regrouping moic than a hundred government agencies, commission, and bi,reau»— including such big ones as- WPA t i WA, Social Security, CGO and ' TV A r— there Is every reason to believe, is locked up In the piesident'i desk foi use after Congiesi gives him nowci to use it. An enormous amount of subterranean lobbying. directed at the White House, already has begun Many officials suspect they know what's in the suppressed bulk of Ihe .Brownlow report and are bringing such. pressure '-as they can in cases where they don't like It. Roosevelt seeks '-to give the impression that, 'aside from creation of the Scclal Welfare and Public Works Departments, the White :ollege graduate and designer. District Attorney Charles P. Sullivan of Queens county announced that Greene acknowledged having struck the 25-year- old matron . on the head with hammer and dumping her body Into "the tub in the bathroom of her Jackson Heights apartment Monday afternoon. Theft was thc ncsro's motived House secretariat expansion, and , other phases of his congressional he Despite the" strong circumstantial evidence against him, Greene had 'insisted for hours that he never had been in the Case apart-' Qicnt. "Not me, not me, mister, said over and over again. At 3:45 a. m. today he broke down at Manhattan police headquarters. Hc was returned lo the suburban New Town station from which the investigation was di-i -miniix-- reeled and dictated-a confession.' His face was drawn and he could hardlv walk. A detective on either side-helped him up the stairs Sullivan withheld details of the confession. He said, however, that Greene was admitted to the Case, apartment'just before 2 p. m. Monday on the pretext that he was going to wash the win- message, the program isn't worked out—Implying that nothing else fi " al dccislon -' I " You ask me where X bureau is going," he "told correspondents "and I say the Lo:d only knows —I don't. I shall Cccp an open Tilnd until after Congress passes Mils bill. Guesses will be, as usual, Local ' Man succumbs Injuries S.u f f e r ed Memphis Monday MEMPHIS, Jan. 14 (UP)—Prank Storey,. 4G-year-old B1ytil e v i11 e farmer, 'died' at Methodist hospital last night, from Injuries suffered Monday afternoon when lie fell from Storey, a scaffold, who operated a farm near Blythcvllle and another near Boonevlllc, Miss.," "pitched In",, to help out a carpenter" friend on n little repair Job'at Loch's laundry after having come to Memphis lo store eight bales of colton at a warehouse. t "Hc had been woiking onl\ about five horns when tt happened" said Mis B L'Stoiej, Ills slstei-ln-law "Hc was on a scaf- fold'in the inside'.of the building and reached'-back;'to- get something. • Thai upset thc plank he was standing on.: His friend caught and held to something but hc. (Storey) fell 10 feet, landing on his head.. "His skull was fractured. ' Hi; collar bone dislocated nnd three ribs broken.. He weighed 220 pounds and all that. weight was orobably responsible for his get ting hurt so ,bndly." Storey never regained conscious^ ness,' : Surviving him are his wife, Mrs Myrtle Davis Storey, two children, Mrs. Bernlce Hcnson, Boonevllte. Miss:, and Lawrence Storey of Moncttc, Ark. Thc body was sent io Boone- •i'lp todnv. Burial was to be at Plsgah. Miss,, near Boonevllle. 'Mail Oidei Biidc" and llci Husband Said lo Have Chealecj Scoicb UATIi'SVILUi.Ark,, Jan. H (UP) —A 30 r ytar-old mother, her husband aiid her slsicr Were • accused »y 'postal, authorities today of participating In an alleged mall order bride' racket wliciebv thej hiu collected $5 to $20. from each 6 more thuii 100 men .seeking' nmv ringc. 'Iho inolhei, Mrs Lylo (Polly) Joins nnd her husband pleaded gulltj lo chaiges of using thc malls to defraud before United Slates Commlsslonci D B Undscy anil were ordeicd bound o\e( to the fulcml grand Jury at rJUli. Ho Mis Joncs'was released on $51)1) bond ami jonci was held In Jail In default of u similar boiid. 'Ihe grand Jurj will take up Uieli lies next Momliiv If thej are Indicted trial will be held here Mas 24 Got Travel Moil cy Commissioner Llmlscy said Mrs. Jones hud confessed lo shilling names, .of many. men from matrimonial bureaus and offered through Ihe malls jo become their bride II Ihej woulff send her funds to bii> clothes and piy transportation tc where the men lived. Ihe alleged racket was stnrlcd when [he ' lived hi Indian 1 )0 per cent wrong." Puts nampcr on l!yrd Neatly and as If without guile, he president, in his special press conference on reorganization, sought lo spike the guns of Senator Harry F. Byrd of Virginia, chairman of a Senate committee on reorganization, who keeps insisting that hundreds of millions of dollars can be saved through " re ° r8( " liznti ° n - dow;s. When Mir;. Case, a bride of little more Ihan a year, discovered him in nil attempt at thievery •ha was struck down. Explaining why no appreciable saving could be made without elimination or curtailment of federal functions — by "doing 1 less work," which is not a matter of reorganization—the president suggested that by consolidation of overlapping functions the federal government probably could save proportionately as much as states which had reorganized their governments "with great public acclaim." • . Postal i 'inspector 1 William white said, and had been going on fo, more limn five years. He wild aullioiitlc'! had round from 20. to 30 letters hi her iiomc showing she had been corresponding nllh that man) marriage- minded men at the time of -her arrest. ) When the v,ould-bo husband 1 jyoiild write, t6i Itnnila win Mrs 'Jones dldjiot come^lo them jifie.r thej lind sent the money she would gUe somo^lclnd of excuse and keep gelling money fron) tiiem ai long "s she could Inspector \Vhlto sftid After a while \VJiltc eontlnlM she would tell Ihe men, shc"'la r fe moving nnd \\oukl glie the) na^ift of some city or lo\\n uhefd slS could not be retched < '•V Comes Scckltif Bride , ' Ihe Investigation started when Ck:cll Freeman of Dccatur. Tex came here 10 days ago to Inquire why. the "mail order bride" had not come to him after he had sent her $18, authorities alleged. Mrs Jones wns charged wltl Elected to Head U.S. Scientists New president of Ihe American Association for the Advancement of. Science Is Dr ndwnrd, G, Conklln, shown above in his most recent picture. Dr. Cpnk- Mn, who nlso Is president of Princeton University, succeeded Knrl T. Conipton, head of: Mns- sathusctU Tech. Leech Will Replace Pie's- cnt Building With Lai g- ei StiuUuio. Work on a new building to house the Coca Cola Bottling Company of Dljlhevllle will be ilartcd soon nccoullng to ' . Lcccli piesldent '.Tlio incw building which " wli; luc the largest Cocn Cola plant * ln<" northeast Arkansas will be on the lot oc- Heated Debate Develops" On Resolution -for 'Investigation LlTl'LB HOCK, Jail. 14 (UP)— The house of icprcsenlatlves re- ' Kumed healed debate this afternoon on a resolution Introduced by Rep Ij-e Nichols of Logan county to cond.ict a, legislative imesUgnllon of alleged gnhibllng vice and election fialid In Garland nnd Montgomery , counties, coinjwsing the eighteenth' Judicial circuit. Nichols in his resolution open- '' Jy cluugcil Qarlnnd county of-, delals wllli being uimbla to pro- - U'ct the ilghls of common clt- i?ens and with allowing gambling establishments lo operate unmolested. Names Club Operators ' The Logan county rcprcsenln-'J live named In his lesolutlon the, following operators of various clubs ' and establishments: W. E. Jacobs, Belvedere; W S. Jacobs and Ros- ' coo Johnson, Southern club; Mat Plchl, White Spot club; Gcorgo i Rjan, Kentucky club; \y. a. Jacobs, Ohio clul>; R L Mllsaps, hoiso lacing booking place; JX1 S)>cnrs, Tango club; Bill lamer. Sporting Resort club; Nonvood'* Phillips, Chicago club; Lewis Larson, Blue Ribbon bar, nnd Ben Harrison, the Citizens SportlnE club. • > Tha resolution chaiged that public officers received remuneration for part time services 'in the \ailous clubs nnd establishments. _ , . ~c Rep James Campbell 'of Hot Springs, before the noon recess, fulled In an attempt to postpone ,the \oto on the resolution until early next, ,wcek.' other-leg— islnlors of- QarlniKU and - Mon ' \¥hc*bi!cl % li|0 feet conlahilngi : using the mmc of her si\ year-old daughter, Mary ' spondence with Ann, in corre- Freeman and to Mr. .Storey and his,family came here three years ago from Boonc- villc, Miss., where _Ue owned a farm. He aperated a farm north of this city but frequently did larpenlry work during the winter season. The Storey family livesl "n Monltrlo Avenue, near Camp Moultrle. Besides his Immediate family he is survived by his cousins, C. A. Kinnlnghnm, and son, Abe, who with the Abe Kinnlngham family "avc promised lo "come to you as soon as I get myself fixed up a bit" Authorities declined to give the name of Mrs. Jones' slslcr, -who «'as being sought In connection with thc alleged racket went lo Pisgah, the services. Miss., today for Fred Adams Granted a Second Reprieve POPLAR BLUFF, Mo.— Sheriff Edgar Hammons was advised Wednesday Govv Lloyd C. Stark . had granted a reprieve for 30 duvs to Fred Adams of Rector, Ark., who Is sentenced to be hanged at Kennett for Ihe murder of Clarence In a New York Cotton NEW YORK. Jan. 14 (up) _. Colton closed steady. open high low Green at Campbell. MO., He mentioned New York. Maine, holdup, Uo years ago. I Virginia, and other states. Then I Adams was to-havi hc said that In no case did Jan March May July Oct pec , Spots five. ClOSC 1244 1240 1238 1238in 1244 1248 1240 1241 1235 1239 1233 1235 (moron,) , s 1231 1234 1228 1228 l mCacd 9S 1130 1195 1190 1192 1191 1195 1191 1192 closed quiet at 1301, off Elate reduce expenses more than l\i per cent through reorganization, or less than '.i per cent. Byrd's chief claim as a reorganization expert rests on the fact that, as governor, he supervised ft Chicago Wheat open high low close Mny 1343-8 135 5-8 133 7-8 133 7-8 July 1103-8 117 3-8 115' 3-4. 115 3-4 Chicago Corn May July open high 1111-2 113 1-8 i ow close 1. 2 ln 7-8 .107 108 3-8 107 107 1-4 Virginia wmcl, ents into 11 departments and two agencies. • N Roosevelt didn't say whether Virginia had saved !',{ per cent or >,<i per cent, but no corresiwnd- cut was so dull-wilted as to miss the point. Needs Chance to Think Explaining the need for a half dozen executive assistants in the White House, the president said a huge amount of his time was taken up with conferences with cabinet members and other officials who had no opportunity to communicate ^back and forth except through 1 personal contact. "I don't get enough tune to Ihlnk," he complained. been cuted January 22. He previously had been given five weeks reprieve from December 18. by Former Governor Park. Green, night marshal at Campbell, was shot to death when hc tried to arrest three men burglarizing a filling station. 2,000.000 Find Work in Year Says Federation WASHINGTON. Jan. .(UP)— The American Federation of Labor reported OCO.OOO today that more than wage earners, were stored to jobs In private Industry between November, 1935, and November, 1936. Masons Meet Tonight The Chtckasaw-ba Lodge No. 134, P.'& A. M. will meet in regular communication this evening at 7:30. I Visiting members arc Invited. FIGHT DM OEEfLICEUSE Court Contest of City's Right to Revoke License Is Threatened At least one Railroad street beer garden proprietor may "buck" city officials by selling beer after his license has been revoked. It was indicated today. • Counsel for the beer garden operator said that hc expected sale of beer to continue If no agreement could be reached with city officials In the matter. He said his client did not object to revocation of his license If all other beer licenses would also bo revoked but felt that such action against him was unfair. : Another of the four Railroad street beer garden operators continued efforts today to secure an agreement from city officials thai would allow him lo sell beer but his efforts appeared lo be in vain. A movement to close the Railroad street places was started after the recent slaying of Prank McGregor by Earl Parker in front of one of the beer gardens and the theft of several dollars from an Intoxicated man In another place. Madrid Regime Honors Slain American Flyer MADRID, Jan. 14 (UP)—Sidney Holland, reputed lo be an Am erican flyer, was posthumous!' promoted to flight second lleuten ant by the navnl air ministry to day. He was killed" while flying for the loyalists on the nortl I front near Vitorla. -upied by the- present plant at Ash! ahd Elm Sis This Is to be Jlimnntled before work "on the new structure, begins building will be 15 feet anil two stales high, ^Dio than three times much space as the present ilant.'Delallsilmye not been'coin- ilctely worked out by thc hrchl- .ect U S' Branson but the building will have a heating :plant and other modern" 'features, tn- -lutllng up-lo date offices on |thc first flooi The grounds will be relandscap- ed for the new building. The plant, which serves . all' ,'of Mississippi county, Arkansas and Pemlscot county, Mtssoiiri, nnd a >nrt of New. Madrid county, Missouri, wjll be moved at once to a julldlng on Ash St.,; owned by Mr. Leech, where operations will >c carried on until the new build- Ing Is completed. The new building Is being constructed, according to Mr. Leech because thc present plant - and equipment are not adequate to serve the entire territory. All of thc products are now made here since the plants nt-Cnruthcrsville and Osccola have closed. gomcry counties s'upporftd fort ' • Hold Youths To Jury On Car Theft Charges Monroe Jackson and Woodrow Ryker, youths who allegedly stole an automobile hero Monday night, were ordered held to the circuit court by Municipal Judge Doyle Henderson this morning. Unable to uiako Jjond, set at $2,000 for each defendant, they were returned lo the county Jail to await trial at the spring term of criminal court. The car, owned by J. p. McCalla, cotton buyer, was wrecked near Luxora. Jackson was slightly Injured in thc accident. Arthur Wilson failed to appear In court this morning to answer to a charge of public drunlymness and his cash bond was forfeited. WEATHER fort. Hits Move for 'DelA T y " ' Rep William M, Thotnpson of > Independence county, supporting thc resolution on the floor, charged that the move to delay the vote was being made to enable Hot Springs interests L to "eftect a lobby nnd scatter funds to prevent a coniplctc legislative, In- , vestlgallon of conditions In ,th(S * two counties." ' t '* During the scssidnUjic stiengUi, of Gov. Carl ..B.! Bailey j In 'the.' homo was fell when Rep' ,Ike Muiray of Dallas 'county forced a third reading arid final. 'Vote, on House Bill No. 5 to abolish Iho present office of insiuwnco. commissioner and fire i The vote was 01 to 3. Stiff Penallks for :oid Offcndch A bill introduced vcstcrday Hep Harris of Jelferson county would Increase the punishment to be Imposed on habitual criminals i and r ( -cale an advisory board of clemency. On conviction the .sec-' . ond time'of a felony, the defendant's minimum punishment would- be one and a half ffcnes the mini- > mum lerm prescribed' for a first" conviction.-Far a third conviction, his minimum punishment would be twice t.I,o 'minimum term for a first conviction. And for' a fourth con- I vlctlon, he would have. to serve a 'minimum of three times the minimum for a first conviction No psr-,. son convicted 'as a.' third 'offender'' would be eligible to parole until hc had served twc-thlrds r of his sentence. A fourth offender would be required lo serve a minimum oE three-fourths of his sentence. The bill provides that no judge shall have the power to suspend sentences of defendants convicled the second, third or fourth times Concurrent sentences would be unlawful. Tdncy of Jefferson, introduced o, bill to make it unlawful for any court or prosecuting attorney "try- Ing or prosecuting any person" prs- vlpusly convicted of driving a motor vehicle 'while intoxicated, "to" change. or substitute the salJ charge." A jail sentence of at least five days would be .mandatory In cases of persons convicted a second time for driving while drunk. A fine of not more than $500 also could be assessed. Arkansas—Cloudy, rain In cast much colder. Cold wave In northwest portion with temperature 22 to 26 tonight. Friday partly cloudy, colder in northwest, much colder in east and south portions with temperature below freezing. Memphis and vicinity — Cloudy aiid rain .tonight, probably ending Friday morning. Much colder with Will Meet Saturday to Select Examiner The meeting of teachers of Mississippi ^county schools called to elect a county examiner will be held at 10:30 o'clock nt the Ely- lowest temperature tonight 40 io| lhcvllle court n<>usc - °»'5 r Jeach- 46. ers who are present will be allowed to vole, according to Coun- The maximum temperature here yesterday .was 62, minimum 34, cloudy, with .00 of an Inch rainfall, according to Samuel P. Nor- rls, official weather Observer. ty Judge S L Gladish, of Osceola, who will preside. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner has seived In this office si.rfc the position was created. >

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