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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 10, 1934
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Served by the United Press BCTTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSl'APKK OP NOUTIIKA K T ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXX—NO. 252 Blytheville Dully News lilylhevlili' Cruller Mlssl-.slpnl Valley Leader Bl'ytlievllli 1 Hi-riiln_ LLK, ARKANSAS. WKDNKRDAV. .1ANUAKY 10, SIX NAVY PLANES New Bond Refunding Bill Introduced Barbara Will Make ! Honeymoon Trip Alone ; SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10. till')' -The wealthy Barbara IiauJii. I .In; poor little princes" whose r» r rk T | hontymocn a Lo.s Angeles process 11 L U I server Interrupted, was rcc-nt-arJ urn I ^ay<°t-^f^e '* hich ^-^^^ uuw ' sire and i;cr husband Prince Alexis Boosts Gas Tax a Cent, 'Restores Truck License Fees. Milivan; would cross Hie Pacific Half ic P arat<! ly a:id-incei again in Yo- Old LITTLE-ROCK. Jan. 10. (UP) — The administration's refunding bill was read to both houses of the legislature here this afternoon and in the house a resolution was adopted giving refunding Jegislation tr.e •Tight of way" over other matters. The resolution, offered by Representative Houlwarc, passed by a vote of 58 lo 15. Tiie bill :s similar to the old refunding bill except for the following: I.—It creates a refunding board composed of the governor, treasurer, secretary of state and bankin commissioner. 2.—It appropriates one-half ol the count yturnback fund which, added to a half-cent, increase in gasoline tax, is exacted to produce $1.000,000 of tr.e SI.500.COO additional revenue needed to refund the bonds. 3.—Provides that should the slate revenue fund in any fiscal year ox- cesd S10.COO.OOO t'nc board may at its own discretion reduce the gas tax. 4.—Restores truck license fees to rates in effect before the 1933 reduction. .5.—Provides that passenger cars license fees shall be half Ihe fees in €flejct before a 50 per cent reduction' was made in 1933, except , -t.cylinder cars five -or.aiprne i'.ears oid, and they would be'licensed at one-fourth Ihe rate before tlie 1933 reduction. The governor was quoted as saying he believes the bill will iron out difficulties now confronting the special session. Japan. "Naturally I'm terribly disappointed." said the heiress of the Wcolworlh millions when informed that her husband, dodging a subpoena, had booked accomincdations on a NYK liner from Seattle. <"!ha!le.rige Pacific in Flight to Hnwaii HOOT TH Action May Bring; Gasoline Business Back Missouri. From LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 10. (UP) — By a vcte of 1C lo 13 the senate today passed the house bill by Representative McCail settiii'j i'" -> zone of three hundred feet from the borders of neighboring states except Tennessee and Mississippi in which gasoline can be purchased at the tax rale imposed by tlie adjoining states. The revenue committee was represented as having estimated t-'.e bill would yield an additional S100.- above. the gasoline revenue now being collected. Effect of the bill, if signed by Governor Putrell, would be to give a. SOO^fcol strip on the Arkansas side oij thi Missouri slate line the same ad vantages,'from a tax standpoint, now enjoyed .by the Missouri side of the line. It would make it possible for Arkansas residents who now buy their gas in Missouri b?- cause of the tax differential to buy Federal Government Will License All Distributors of Milk. |j CHICAGO. Jan. 10. i UP)— The Chicago nil!!? strike was enchd today with an agreement of all par- lies to sr/:nit the matter t'J arbitration. Meanwhile the federal government prepared to lake control of the situation by licensing all milk distributors in the city. | The arbitration agrcc-iiu-n; was I announced by Mayor Kelly alter a i conference of all parties lo the dispute shortly after the Uni'.id learned that, federal authorities were going to invoke the license I provisions cf t!ie agricultural nd- I justinem acl. no matter 'whal the I warring milk factions decided 10 do. The decision ending thr sirike came unexpectedly. all night meeting of delegates of the Pure Milk asscciation broke up early today in discord over a department of agriculture proposal for settlement of the sirikc. While Ihe 3(10 d( It-gates wrangled >or eight hours during th'- night their confederates siapm-il am: searched three trains, pickoir-d and threatened a fan: 1 hotr.:- mini the owner used a shotgun to drive them away, and h-ilied scores ol p t\ ate automobile. 1 The picketing activities alveady had brui'ght the power of the stale anil federal governments in opposition to the rtri'ke:' - Federal [ "Potato Kine" Dies in Crash PKEDERICKTON. O. lUPJ — Ohio's "potato king" is dead. Lewis Tennyson Swank, known statewide by that title for several years, was a recent victim of a traffic accident. He lived on a farm near here. Swank's automobile w a s .'.truck and carried 500 feet by a passenger train at a country cross- ill!;. He was a!one at the time. in Arkansas at the same- savin 0 LnTlfHlfJ TD SERVE SINGLK COPIES KIVK CENTS Dutch Youth Beheaded for Burning Reichstag LEIPZIG. Cimmn.y, 10 <U Pi —Mnilimr van t'-r t.uljbr. mor- nnr Dutc.'i stone utiisuii. uuivieu-* •:l Ullllill-' III- )!i-j t -llH.,. bllllll- :i! . v, :i.s LiheiMli-d lu(!ii\ ;i\ l.cip/r I'li'iin. A (HIM (J | QIKVI Wilhi-lmlnu ul niLimt, .s.'iit Uuriiijii iln- rjincii Hi'!! sin, fur i'(ilinn;i|;ilion, wus un- uml Ini' ;M-yi'ar wi-nl lu Hi, Ijltu'k ;1 , r-:u, A. M. T'lii 1 silk h;itt:'d. friH-k co; ji!?t alter ilaybn-.i, ul tin- Kiixui; ME mm Will'Reach Their Destination by'Noon Tomorrow If All'Goes Well. a,. 2400-mile expanse bf' Ihe Pacillc lor the longest non-stop ovcr-ivtitrr" mass formation mjmictions '"res'irair'ing^ihe' \trik-' fl ' sllt on rccorc1 ' six lll| 8 e u - s ""™I patrol 11; ing boats, commanded by the officers pictured above, crs from interfering wilh sliip-| ar!l1 carrying 30 men, roared out ot San Francisco today with Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, as (heir goal, nienls to luo Cliir-i'^o dairies wen: .Their roulc. patrolled by auxiliary craft, is Democrnlic Leaders Taken hv Surprise; in Senate Vote Today. WASHINGTON, Jim. 10 (UP) — The senate today passed Ihe new liiltior tax bill with an amendment imposing heavy extra taxes on Imports from count.-;?:; which have defaulted on. their war debts lo this country. Adoption of ttic amendment, by a vote of 40 to 39 stunned Dcmo- cialic leaders. H makes It necessary lo rcturi the bill to a conference with the house where administration forces were hopeful they inlghl be ab!i to eliminate the amendment add ed by the senate. Tlie amendment against deb defaulters was added by Senato Clark (Dem.. Mo.) and quickl won suptjorl from, both partle which caught thj -'J Th? nmcndmcnt' Imposes.nn ex Ua tnx of S3 per gallon on win SAN FRANCISCO,.Jan. 10. (UP) —United States nnvy seaplanes to- ny hop]ied off "on. tr.e longest over water muss flight ever undertaken. '2.400 mile da fil across the !'a- I'illc to Honolulu. - 'I-'-c six grey flying bgats soared away westward from Paradise Cove and over the Golden Gale, ills risliHj into the air ut 12:05 1-2'Pa- clfic standard time, . • ' "ll'it culm" yn tvalle',1 an the 2.4CO-mlle stretcli Patrol Squadron lu uxpccUd tn raver wltnin '<!4 hours In order to reach its base Pearl Harbor, llcntilulu. In day[hl tomorrow. 'Hie weather wn.s considered granted. in Hie diagonal strip; the Hawaiian Islands In I map, left; nnd one of the flying brills, lower 113111. The olficers nre. left to right: l.lent. Com. K. hi^hwa-'^Tufee'^o'^il^ar^nm^ 0 ^ 100 '" 11 ' 5 ' sf! " n(iKm commander; Lieutenants J. K. Av L . r i]| t Buffalo. N. Y., J. Perry. Grccnvilic. S. C.; H. J. •Me stop to the hilling of private 1 RobcrtSl st - Lnllls ' AI °- p - A - Uavis. Norfolk, Va.. and T. D. Guliui. Atlanta, On cars.. New York Cotton NEW YORK, Jaii. 10 lUP) — Cctton closed firm op^n high low clase 1070 11)78 1009 I07C 1077 1055 1075 1084 1093 1102 1093 1101 1110 1117 11CG 111C 1127 1133 1124 1131 1142 1147 1140 1148 Jsn March May July Ocl nee Christian Church Congregation Extends Him Unanimous Invitation. Mrs. Mamie Rogers Dies of Pneumonia Mrs. Mamie Rogers, G5, succumbed at 0:20 o'clock this morning at the home nf her son. J. E. "L>oc" Rogers, with whom she made hcr'.p:, P) J hon:e. in tbe Clear Lake comnum-'^ 11 ) l^n«S The Rev. E. K. L-:,timer, minister of the First Christian church ol Blytheville since 1928. lias b?en called to serve another year by unanimous action of the congregation last Sundav. which at the Fame lime elccte 1 :: tlie following to the office of elder: M. T. Moon. E. M. Terry. Gen. W. Rnr- r-am. Z. A. McQuiston; to tne cicaconate: L,. L. Ward, George .Cross. J. c. Lowe, J. W. Shouse, ,. . „ , , T ,, W. II. Stovall. W T. Barnelt. M. New Orleans GOtrOrt jn. Camv-on and A M. WnsHburn Al the organization niccliu; ol llie iinw board Monday night the lollowing were dieted as its ol- ty. Her death was attributed t" pneumonia. She had been ill for .wo weeks. Funeral services will be held to- Spot.s closed slcvcly at HO.i. up 10. NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 10 (UP> — f'otlon rinsed firm. opon higli low close Jan March May ,lnh Ocl De<- 1073 1031 1105 1124 1141 1031 11PO 111'! :130 1141 1072 1091 1104 1122 Il2'i 1074b 1081 1099 1112 1130 1141 tlcia's for 1034: chairman, nen. W. liarliam: viiJe-pr-jjirlw:. M-. T. Moon; secretary. Goo. Cross: treasurer. J. w. shouv . who succeeds E. M. Terry, whu .^rved sevei years in that posit'™ and r?ruiost- that he be noi re-elected. W. tli.I 11 storm brewing west i llauall and thr.-utenlng lo move inward in the path of the six ugi. 1 plane;; tit, they winged their -.'.iy "cross the Pacific. Suit Asks Receivership for Delta Gin Company A receivership for the Dcltn Gin company of Manila is asked i» a siiil filed in chancery court i ere by Ihe Flcei'ian Clln company (if the same- town. Suit Is brought on a claim for *2,5I3 against tlie Delta company, allegedly assigned to the Fk'J- rran company by the Northolui Arkansas Gin company.- ' ,- T*h e mount sued, n-prcEcnt a for is . •• alleged -to company. The Northeast Arkiin-. ond S3' per gallon on liqnor froi MIF company is ir.nde a hoinfiul ilefaiiltlng nations. in Ad- Coach May ! Get Job At Centenary; EHREVEPORT. La.. Jan. 10 (UP)—E. T. Henfro. conch of Ark- | nnsas Stale College, Jonesboru.! Ark., anil graduate of the Unlvcr- \ sity of Arkansas will be Woman CWA Worker Suddenly Stricken ivfrs. Kathleen Jones. CWA worker, stricken suddenly wilh convulsions while working nt n ] Sudbury school sewing center yesterday, was in a serious-condition| ft HI 1 f"n tl ' r day, was in a serious-condition I'dl I I II nt the Blythcvillc hospital todny.i 11 HI I t II M|S - Jon - s was nrst - removed to UIILL.1_U| |u , r ) lomei J70C west Ash street, 1-luintilf for the benefit . of "the Vlccinan Gin company, and >W. W. Shaver and I.oy Welch,- said lo be owners of sfxk In the. Delta • company, are named co-defend- lilltS. The action was filed .through Cecil Shane, Blytl uville attorney. Resigns as Collector, Job es vance to Slay Out o! Current Controversy. ll-J IJI J\l IX illicit:) IV111 Ui; lirVUM.Lll L , 1 n • ' f /"^ :»ach at Centenary college whenlActua] OlGnillg Ol Lon- )nrlis Parker becomes head coach' . . •" c ' ,t r 1 ~f norrow morning at 10:30 o'clock j A f tor deciding on a "hands oil" Curtis Parker becomes head : next season, it was reported here j ' today. • I \ Parker, it was said, has rccom-'; mended Rcnfro lo the athlellc; with the Rev. Mr. Rhodes, Assem-; p(,ij c y irl t he municipal court con tracts in South End of County to Start Thurs. (jn-ii\jvii iX^liliU HJ II If ilLLLlUIJk;. ... —L. council and was desirous of oh-! O3CEOLA. Ark.. Jan. 10.—The FORT SMITH, .Vrk., Jan. 10' (U n Cobb ninbulance, after she, pi—John D. Williams resigned:to> had become ill nt the school on Lnke street. When convulsions! lor . bly of God paslor. officiating. In-; lrovcl - sy a t an inlormat session ?ar- te-rr.em will be made at Sawyers j | ier JM t - Re day the city council, cemetery. The Cobb Undertaking! disposed of routine monthly buss- j ";; tnlninc Renfro because of his pro- signing of cotton rcducljpn ficlency In scouting. continued she was removed from her home to the hospital last night. She was reported to be in an unconscious condition this aftornoon. She is the mother of nn eight months old baby. Sebastian county collec- j n a letter to the -county ^....pcsed of routine monthly biiss- comp<-.ny is in charge of funeral ; n!;ss M a ,,- uneventful regular scs-i arrangements. Tl 1 -? dccea.scd is survived sides her son. three da Mrs. Dovie Glo/icr. Mrs. Mays and Mrs. Alice Mays. """•''" ,n;ss at an uneventful regular scs-i nr i- i ITTI p |s:on at the city hall last night. , LL L I I I I [ L 1 by. be- AL i dlst four mcra bers of t':.c; ,|f | I I ! II J ™SW"?. i council met earlier in the day at! ULL L ' ' ' >-\- s ' the office of a lawyer member of Pfin RUTf! ySl the anti-court group to decide what! LMU II11 I II Mob Attacks Suspects in Slaying oi Bishops <* of' the anti-court group to decide what! 'part if any the city would lake I ! in tlie controversy. The result, i apparently was a decision to sit on; contracts for 1334 will begin at Os- _" ceola Thursday afternoon fnllowinsj J. J/J. layior, IS, UlfiS c. "Bryan, diairnwn ot" th» losii at His Home Near Hayti ! committee, when details of tin 1 contract will be explained to land j owners, renters and mana;in-.; tenants. So far no contracts have Ix-en signed Ihor.iih meetings similar to the one lo be held at the ! court house here Thursday have J. M. Taylor. 19. died al his home near Haytl. Mo.. e.uly today following n brief Illness from pncu- mcnia. Services will be held tomorrow noon at Marvin's chapel, near Ca- c i tr k Williams sat:] he would retain the office of sheriff. He failed to qualify' by malting a new bond as collector. Williams said that the failure to file bond was voluntary mid the duly way he could bo relieved from the collector's duties. His resignation raised a legal ciuestion as to wheiher he could velain 111. 1 ollice o! sherilf after icsignitig us collectoi. • .ounty quonnn court have the bat-i NE\V YORK. Jan. 10. IUPI—Sev-| t]e ., ro ' und , 0 themselves. Mayor! en prisoners accused ot connection Cc °n gh anc S5 jj |, c di ( | not at -'. with tr.e assassinatioa of Arcbbish- j [cl1d |llc unofficial mCJliiig. Th? Oscar King, Hit Near Roselancl, lieved Dvme. ! been r.e!d this week at Burdette. | n:'.liersvllle. with the Rev. Exipha r nv: Luxora. Kciser. Hatcher. on:i Etn-1 n. Bensley. pastor of the First -wah. and are scheduled Fritlav for | Church of the Mnzirene here, of- Be- j Whltton in the mornins; and Shaw-[ flclating. and burial will be made SJKIIS closed ste?Sy at 1031. up H. Chicago Wheat; Way July open high 85 5-8 8fi 3--) 8-1 1--I 85 1-4 low 85 5-8 84 1-4 close 86 5-3 bb Chicago Corn ClOSi 52 7-« 54 1-2 H. Slovall w as nnnied to tile board'! trustees for a' term of three years. Tlie rc|»rl of M-.L' tninister was op Lecn Tounan of the Armenian Orli-.odos Church of America were attacked today by a crowd of 500 I men and women as they were being laken into homicide court for a lien ring. . Police beat b.ick lnc mob after several of the prisoners had been quorum court had refused to co! through the formality of appropri- j Lab I nee in the afternoon. The apparent delay m actual accorriins tn Oscar King, resident of the Big signing of contracts, ai .ako section, struck by a car on , members of the commit | at the Little Prairie cemetery. The deceased, who is kell known in southeast Missouri, is survived by his wife, and two daughters. ating funds obtained through i':e\ Hiahwav near Roseland yesterday, farmers must stisdy the contracts | al)( j ittce. is that I Mrs Milnc Robbins of Memphis. court to Ihe court's use and scino v/as believed to be dying today. 'and arrive nt nsreoinonts with ten- of the anti-court group had bclicv- Pliysiriar.s nt the Blytlievlllc ; ants before they are in position Kilty Iloss of Los An- ed the occasion might be opportune j hospital where nn operation wns fcr asking the council to abolish performed j n effort to save to sigh. All farmers in Ihe south end of th? county the court. I King's life held little hope for his i attended meeting who l:avi; not in their own yeles.'Cal. L. G. Moss Undertaking company Is in charge of arrangements. Will Tush Loan Application i recovery. He has been unconsci- '• communities and famillarircd thetn- In the course of routine busincsi | ous since the accident IP whlc'il selves witli terms o:' tlie contract, llic council vo'.ed to pay eNix'nscsihe sustained n skull fracture and j are ur^cd to attend the Osceola of two members of the wat?nvciks | a crashed shoulder. | meeting, committee, probably B. A. Lynch! Heywood Ashnbranner o! Man- and L. L. Ward, to Washington t'J push Blylheville's npplication fc.r ila. driver of the car tin;' siruck | Serving n S Hin thus year on the Kng, told ambulance alt'in idantsl county commillee arc C. D. Ayers Cavalry Baptist Church Replaces Lijly Mission The Calvary Baptist church, whlcl amliated. with the First flautist $15,000 Fire Loss at Mulberry Today MULBERRY. Ark. Jan. 10 (UP) - Two bitsineoo lici&cs were de- uroyed by nrc Iv-rc today with the IOES estimated nt $15.000. Bun Parrymore, attorney, was burned about the face and head liylns to check tho flames which ri-iginatcd in his office. It was believed tho fire was caused by explosion ol an oi! stove. oenevolcnl apportionments met i: lull, and every department of tlv -can I f'lurch, has be?n organized to re- balance the £ Committee Will Ask Closinn Stock Price* A. T. and T 116 1-8 Anaconda Copper H Bethlehem Steel 37 Chrysler 54 Cities Service 21-8 Coca Cola D7 General American Tank 30 General Electric 197-8 Central Motors 30 International Harvester 40 3-4 Middlcwejl Utilities .... 3-16 Montgomery Ward 23 1-8 New York Central 34 1-4 Packard Phillips Petroleum Radio Corp Simmons Beds Si Louis-San Francisco Standard of N. J 45 1-4 Texas Co 23 7-8 U. S Steel <8 3-4 church wilh lrt-isi:r.v. In addition to the local work the i 5TCOs^ia^h^a^iur^l «™ «<*«• ^ 10 ' (UP> Auditor About Money MdMl m> I I ICk I L1L O it LS|.HLVi*lll'll " ^i »M>-J u i. !^.. ...i.v-v — - , , I C JPWA funds to purchase the local'.King wnlkcd into the side of the j of Osccola. R. C. Branen. Pecan | I water plant Reasoning that "only: car. Ashabranner started for the | Point, and J. F. lompknis. Bur-1 > IthOEe who go after it "seem to pi • hospital with Kinp but transferred dette. .' ^^ ^ ^ ^ ,,..,.^... v „ anything." Mayor Shane made il-eithc injured mnn to an , ^^ oo'iimittoemcn arc C. H.-lived here for a number of years conducting servic there each Siniclay evening. Tl-.ere were eleven "' additions to the Osceola church during the year. He was loaned lo Ihe Christian church, Hiwasse. Arkansas, and coi'diicted a two weeks' meeting In which 22 were I'dricd lo that chu-vh. Tu his sixlh llp - ccnsccullvc inretlii" conducted the R ';,L n . n ti V( ., ™t^^d. BclhMlom ' Miss -- 16 !^^ A committee of three was appcint- and slate auditor, reqi jlace the Baptist mission on Lilly treet. The Rev. J. C. Wimberley. wl:o Ing (hem to cite laws under wMch money appropriated by the legislature for expends of the bond refunding commiltee is beiiij held up. line. The application, approved nt j Officers indicated no Little Rock, has apparently been were to be preferred, sidetracked nt t-e national cap:-; tal. Reported exhaustion of Arkansas pWA funds may be nn insurmountable obstacle. The council voted to accept anl oiler of O. W. McCulchen. opora- charges Woodruff, Ben West. E. B. Wocd-1 before going to N'ew Mexico wh;re O>CCO'.A; Rufus committee is composed of Kaufman, Gates. _ ....• -.. L. WnCFry UlfiS at Forty and Eight w!w. 1 Clay. Etowah; O. M. Hill. Marie; iW. F. M. Ferguson. Osceola; R. A. I premier, Carson: C. 3. Lowrance Jr., Driver; J. H. Crain. Wilson; lier; Roy Dillard. Chnrlcs R. Cole- R. H. Robinson l:c did evangelistic work. Is pastor. There are now 20 members. The Rev, T. M. Boyd. of irollow Rock. Tenn.. will conduct an evangelistic meeting at an early date. Little Steele. Child Suffers Severe Burns Seek $2,100 Damages From Mathis Bus Line The Mathis Bn-; Line, operat- .:ig between Blytheville and Jones- l:ero. has been defendant In a persona! injury action filed in circuit court here on behalt nf members of the Elmer Tucker family in which dMr.nges of $2,100 .ire sought. The complaint, filed through Virgil Greene. loc;.l attorney, al- !i-ges Hint a Matl'.l; bus crowded n car occupied b" Elmer Tr.cker, Mrs. Essie Tucker ond their daughter.' 1 Elmn Tucker, oil Highway 18 near N3ttlclon: Ark., on Dec. lt>, 1933. resultInj In injuries, lo Mrs. Tucker ami h-T rtaiightcr and ('.-.xiiiaje to the Ti.cker car. Mrs. "hcker seeks SI.OOC her dai.^hlcr, $I.OSO and Mr. Tcckcr $100 .for damag.i to hh c;v. Taxpayers Come Across i ST. LOUIS. (UP)—Approximate- i J ul 15 7-8 |ly 49 per cent of the ta'.al 7 1-8 18 'Speaker of the House H. K. To-1casting station in the city hall, is! Fun ney faid tho legislature "Is tho to install the pip; organ witlia'.it .iftcrn °' ils °*'" ment W S26.675.584 was paid b; taxpayers here by the end of 1933. 2 1-81 Collector Ed Kceln reported. During the same period last year only 47.474.133 had been paid of a total levy of $32.648.680. Expenses were voted several days ago to pay members for services in conferring with bond holders and preparing a bill for the extra scs- eral services will br held t!:is , T . ,\ consnr. T>'ro:i7a: L. E. Speck. ... moon at the homo of Mrs. | Frenchman's Bayou: Jack Uzzell. It is [charge in.the city hall, the co'.in-. Grace McPadden at Forty and .uassctt; s. E. Harrison, Bassett; ""to at R. C. Langston. Frank Anders, R. L - c T. Segravcs. E. A. Teaford and J. E. Davis, Luxora; H. P. LJston. Burdette; R. C. Bryan and O. L. White. Osceola; J. T. Lee, West nnd daughters. nidge. '• '.the duty only of li'e auditDr to is- ell was tcld. Lintzenlch plans to Eight. Interment will be ma visile vouchers." lusc the organ on radio broadcasts. Mapl; Grove cemetery. The •; l" Fvn«v«< were voted several davs Bernard Oooch. former Ritz tr.ea- Moss Undertaking company Bernard Ococh. former Ritz tr.ea- Moss Undertaking company is in t«r organist and now a local sor- charge cf funeral arrangements, vice station managsr. was n,ui'.o(1| The deceased Is siirvlvrd by his to a committee wilh Alderman I.-!widow, Mrs. Ida Wherry, four sons (Continued on P.iRe 3) Viola Mac Boswell. five year old daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A.j Boswell of Steele. Mo., is undergoing treatment at the Blytheville hospital for burns received while playing around a stove Saturday. The little girl's clothes are said to have been ignited while she was throwing paper into the stove. She wns burned sbout the body and arms before her mother extinguished the flamw. WEATHER Arkansas—Fair tonight. Thursday partly cloudy and warmer. Memphis snd vicinity—Fair Ui- night and toniorrow. rising tohi- peratures. T.-3 maximum temperature here yesterday was 40, minimum 29, clear, according to Samuel P. Nor- rls, orflfinl »-enth>r

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