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' i Served bu the United Press BIYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER. OF NORTHS* ST ARKAN^S A*D ^T^A^l^oX ^ -"-^ T f k-J VOL. XXIX—NO. 148 Blythevllle Dally News. Blythevllle Herald. HOME EDITION Mississippi valley Leader. Blvthcvllie courier. RIATHRVILLK, ARKANSAS. WKDNKSDAY SKITK.MUFk 7 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS DOCTOR CLAIMS KEY TO BERN SUICIDE • — ' ^^^ ^^^^ ^ ^^^r • ^^^f - |^0 Walker Enmity May Count, for Little In Determining State's Vote. NEW YORK, Sept. 1 (UP) Democratic hopes for swinging New York state to Roosevelt In November soared today with Die assurance or helo tram Tammanv 'hall allies ami. signs that Mayor McKee's drastic $2,000,000 salary slash and financial program might force Tammany to forget James .T. Walker. The developments which cheered Democratic presidential campaigners 'were these: •Tohn MoCooey. Brookjtn bass, holding the balance of power in nnv move lo renominate James J. Walker for mayor, gave assurance h e would campaign for ftanklin n. Roosevelt regardless of what Walker did. He moved into an office near James Farley, national chairman, and Farley predicted Roosevelt would carrv New York. He previously had snid Roosevelt did not need New York. Mayor Joseph McKee. Roossvclt man all the way. slashed his own salary from »40.00o to $25,000. He gave notice that all'other riena'-t- ment heads after November 1st would receive no more than $12.000. He broke a Tammany printing monopoly doln" $2,000,000 business annually. He cave notice that »2,000,000 annually would be cut from the city salary budget, while protecting workers In the $2.000 class. McKee's sudden moves, radical rev-erst) of Mayor Walker's policies In offlet, were obviously good politics with the masses of the voters, alth'ovuth costly to some Tammany chief tains, on the city payrolls. They were'also (rood busi? ness, for McK« promptly negotiated a $10,000.000 city loan at a onerhalf per.cent reduction in Interest, a saving of $50,000. Commander of Legion :...." Makes Appointments ' '-.LrmJE 'ROCK—J.'. H." Graves or Judsbnia .who .will 'assume t'ie office' of .Arkansas Department c'ommarider qf. '.the. .American LJ- giori at .the close of the. natlbhsi convention : in Portland. Ore.,- le- fore his departure for Portland last night announced that he had'ap- pointed the following to serve during his' administration: Adjutant, H. .W-.Slsson. Little Rock.'.reap- pqinted; judge- advocate, Belli! Taylor, Little • Rock, reappoint-d; finance. officers. CecU H. Wrighr, North Little Rock, reappointed; membership chairman, Oran J. Vau«han, Seercy, reappointed; rehabilitation chairman, Dr. Samuel G. Eoyce. Little : Rock. reappointcrt; Americanism chairman, George H. H. Pratt, North Little Rock; legislative chairman. Duval L. Purki.is Warren; publicity chairman, Chai-les Q. Kel!ey,.Little Rock; sergeant- at-arms. Prank Shea, Hot Springs- historian, Forrest Wilson. Nashville; child welfare chaiiman, T. P Otacomlni, Clarksvllle; and Junior baseball chairman. J. w. Mitchell, Little Root, reappointed. Pemiscot County Farmer Dies of Typhoid Fever CARUTHERSVILLE, MO.- jeft thi ,' 41 - a farmer !lvln « neftr -"'* cil >'. died at his home Sunday ^member 4th, of typhoid fever. '•Uiiernl «rvlces were held Tues- rhi ,, momln e from the Baptist c"rch at Braggadocio by the Rev. Bond - Interment was in e Cemetery, near Ihls city, >. Smith Undertaking com- In charge. «• Texarkana Oil Has Gone to Salt Mam n? ANA ' water L, men it. 7 (UP) the Pitz*,- L—"-' ulje *ell here. [n"±* B J t »««P«M*Of under a ater Ne *'*&"&£• rfiS?*™ produced by «lkall from w the recenlly drilled wrii th^ics, Prlces 0 ; d ,^ s have ranged as high ns jj, dropped to practically Divirds 73-Yrar-OM 1 WALLA WAtLA, Wish ( Two years before Oeoree 'H dteton, of Walla Walls land to fight with the i the Civil War, he started a beard. He was 16. Recei : ter wearing the beard and , tache continuously for 73 lie shaved them off. the been In ..ver- which have Beard left'- (UP)— T. Mia -t-Eng. North in ---J growing Recently, af- n mus- years Hold Pay Cut Inevitable | in Anthracite Fields | NEW YORK, Sept. 7 (DPI .-. Tbljly officials of the United Mine Workers of America, msetlng in, secret session here, today decided I that a wage cut i-j,- l<iiVj,j .:n.mer.> in the anthracite fields of Northeast Pennsylvania was tollable. The officials plan to meet with n committee of nine operators at the nthracite Institute later today. There they will attempt to trade a wage cut agreement for pledges I of a campaign to eliminate unem-1 ployiiitiit. Funeral Services Held Tuesday Afternoon for Louis M. Henley. CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—Louis M. Henley, prominent merchant of this city, died Monday, September 5th, of cancer of the throat, from which he had been suffering for the past year. Mr. Henley was 47 years old. -He came here with his parent's when a small child, and hns made this city his home since that time. He Is survived by two sons, Fred and Jce B. Henley, his mother, Mrs. Eloise Henley, two sisters, Miss Marietta Henley of this city and Mrs. Joe Muschell of Los Angeles, Ca!, and two brothers. Joe Henley of Detroit, Mich., and Bat Henley, who-lives in Texas. Funeral services were held from the Metiodlst church at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, conducted hy the Rev. Cnrleton R. Wade, with Interment In Little Prairie cemetery, LaForge Undertaking company it charge. Total Today Is Only 103 Below .Thaf of Same Date Last Year. Today's registration figures for the city's public schools show that there are now but 103 less pupils enrolled than at the same time last year. Since Monday 102 more students have entered school. The'senior "high school, which- has an almost normal enrollment despite the tuition charge, now has 262 pupils. Junior high school has 144 and efforts are being made to increase this number to that of last year. The Sudbury school has 454. Central 196 and Lange 172. Crawford Greene, superintend-' ent, announced today that ha is confident the enrollment will almost equal that of last year within a few weeks. There were 1330 enrolled the first week of last year when there were no tuition charg- New York Cotton NEW YORK, Sept. 1 (UP) — Cotton closed steady. open high low clos 912 917 900 928 Democrats of Arkansas Will Convene at Hot Springs Tomorrow. HOT SPRINGS. Sept. 7 (UP)— The state Democratic convention will convene here tomorrow for a two day session with Uasil Baker c:f Jonesboro as permanent chairman. W. V. Tompkins of Prescou, who had teen chosen for (he position, lold party leaders he would be unable to attend because of th2 illness of his wife. Balrr-r ivss law partner of the late Senator T. H. Caravay and was active in the campaign for Governor-Elect J. Marion Fulrcll of Paragould. OSCEOI.Afi Ark., Sept. 7—Numbers of Mississippi countians expect to attend the slate Democratic convention in Hot Springs Thursday and Friday. Delegates and committeemcn who will officially represent tile Missis- s : ppi county Democratic central committee arc: Delegates: B. Floyd Smith, Roy Smith, E. H. Tabor, Raymond Hud^ son, Oren Green, J. Nfell Brooks' C. J. Little, J. F. Tompkins A G. Little. C. M. Buck. R. A. Nc!- sou. Cecil Shane, Louis Cherry A. F. Barham, W. R. Dyess, A.-P. Spiese. Ohas. E. Sullenger,' R: H. Robinson, C. P. Powell, w. 'P. Wilscn. J. R. cullom, Geo, Loon'ey Dr. Geo. W. Brown, W. H Frasli- ier. Senatorial commltteernan: R. A. Nelson; judicial commltteernan, S. L. Gladish; congressional committeeman, Bruce Ivy; railroad ccm- mitteeman, R. E . Lee Wilson; chancery -comrriitteemarr V O Holland. •• • ' WU Get Flemln* TMlimony FORREST CITY,-Sept.-7 (UP>- Teslimony of 18 witnesses at the Investigation of the "democracy" of County. Judge-Elect Charles Fleming of St. Francis county.will M sent to (tie sub-committee at Little.. Roclc. '.. \ /The subcommittee 'of the stale Democratic central committee tlra will submit its report and recommendations .to the whole' commlt- ee 'Thursday at a meeting preceding, the .opcnin? of the.state convention at. Hot Springs. T.11 PIT STflfE Jan March May July Oct Dec 922 931 940 870 906 941 947 895 911 912 925 934 879 893 Spots closed at 900. up 5, quiet. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 7-<UP>— Cotton closed stead)'. open high low 'close Sheriff Shaver Will Make Settlement With Little Rock Tomorrow. Final settlement for Mississippi county's share of the state general property tax will be made tomorrow, it was announced to- duy by w. W. Shaver, sheriff and collector. Mr. Shaver has already turned ___ ,. ovcr 'o the state $23.745.87 on ac- 914 count, and tomorrow he will de- 9 2 2 liver his check for $24.81495 Ir. final settlement, making the lota' pavmcnt to the state $98,560.82. The settlement reveals a litgli percentage of tax delinquency Mr Shaver was originally charged with a total of $151,383.41 in state taxes. on the basis of an 8.7 mill rate on : the 1931 assessment. His set- •liwnt will show a total of $52822.59, or more than one-third 924 944 892 907 Jan March May July Oct Dec 915 922 932 968 892 911 915 928 937 946 895 912 902 912 925 935 877 894 914b 927 937 941 893 909 Spols closed at 8*8, up 6, steady. New York Cotton A. T. and T 119 1-2 Anaconda Copper 183-8 Auburn 70 3-8 Caterpillar Tractor/ .... 13 ' Chrysler 21 Cilies Service 53-4 Coca Coll 102 1-2 Continental Baking ... General Electric General Motors Middlewest Utilities . Montgomery Ward ... New York Central ... Packard Radio Corp ., -r delinquent. He will report $34.456.31 In ilate tax on real estate delinquent, and S18.36C.28 in state lax on personal property dclin- "One Round" Chbholm Returns to Penitentiary Forrest "One Round" Chrlsholm was on his way back to the state penitentiary today to complete a sentence for burglary following revocation by Governor Parnell of a furlough granted him shortly after his term commenced. The furlough was revoked by — . the governor at Uw request of T 3-4. Sheriff W. W. Shaver, who ex- 22 7-8if plained that In view O f other 19 1-2 charges pending against "One 5-8 15 1-4 30 3-8 4 7-8 12 1-2 Simmons Beds '121-2 Standard of N. J. Texat Corp ! U. S. Steel 37'l-4 '17 3-4 fa 1-3 Round" he thought Ihe safest place for liim was in custody. Chrlsholm was at liberty under bond on a tharge In connection with the robbery of the King Matthews packing plant. Warden S. L. Todhunter came here to return Chlsholm to the penitentiary. Born Suicide New Tragedy for Harlow [Tropical Storm Keep* Away From Mainland CHARLESTON. S. C., Sept. 7 (UP) -Tin; ch:irlcslon wcalhi'r Ijur- :au announced today llmt ihe ln.pk-iil skim bloulun »j> the cast c-ail lioin Horlila w.is keciilni; lei .'.(.'a niul trnvrllni noith, iiorth- tatl. Stonn \vai-nlngs wcru onlorwl rotliHiid in Ihls vicinity Imwcvor. Wlili'a inaxlniiim wind uf M mil's .in liniir tht wi'iulu-r wiis i-kMV vitli Indications if no crealcr tl-.«ii iiiloiislty IRTC. Jt;an Harlow Remains'in Slate of Collanse Follow Husband's Death: HONOI,ULU. I. H., sent. 7 (UP) -Dr. Erl n. Jones, friend nnd personal physician to Paul Bern ex- pruucd conndcnce todav tliat he would b« abif, to establish that n. form of "acute melancholia" wns the motive for the strange suicide of (he Hollywood flleri produc.sr... Located bv the United Press. Eh-. Top: Jean Harlow, her stepfather, -Marino Bcllo.. ana hcr mollier . Below: (left to right) Charles McGrew. Jean's first husband; J.an Harlo, at H; Paul Bern, whose suicide adds a new chaptTr to-the film star's own ro!c In tragedy • • * -i . J Unhappiness Has Been Lot of Screen's Platinum Star BY DAN 7UOMAS NEA Senkc Writer HOLLYWOOD Thp famous platinum tresses of Jean Harlow— the admiration of men and tno envy of women wherever movies are shown—repose tcday on a head bowed \ylth grief for, at an age *»hen many other girls'.ore 'leaving college, a tragic romance. has crossed her all-too-eventful young '.ife for the second time. The story, briefly, is this: • At 16 she was a bride; al 17 •he was a divorcee; at 21 she was ,x bridp acain and now, only a few weeks later, she Is a widow- left berft by a brilliant, but moods-, movie-director husband twice her lae. who placed a pistol to his temple and pulled the trigger after writing hcr n farewell note :n which lie assured her of his 'real love for her. What does the ' future hold In itcre for this most gorgeous < f til movie blonds whose" private .ifc has been scarcely less colorful than her swill rise to slardom ;ii the silvery screen? Only the before, (bough a is doubtful if .uture can answer that, though she had ever known hapAnpss for the past may give a grim Hint of; -as developments often" prove- .1 star-crossed life doomed to be these two dements are not always larkencd by unhappiness and [rag- mirrored bv each other Perhaps, In his moody way. Bern Brother" to mcvte actresses whose lives had been cursed by misfortune. Wlien the late BartaV.i La Marr wns at the end of her trail,' sick and dead broke, Bern brought her home, paid for- her physicians and was with her until Ihe end came. When Mabel Normanct found herself entrapped in the tragic circumstances surrounding the rmirder of William Desmond' Taylor, it was Bern who befriended her and force;! other Hollywood executives to come to her aid. In \Icn- of till tills. It seems hardly surprising that Bern should turn a pistol on himself after penning a- farewell not; to his young brlrb In which lie assured her he stiil loved her. • • • And lor the actress to play onpfsltp liirn In thb start dr.im.i of belated love, brief happiness and sudden tragedy, Bern scarcely , m Id have cliosen a more ap- - propriate leading lady than Jean Hariov: Jean Ha;!ow had known love , , .The ouicide or Pan, Bern, her \ , kp aircclcr-husband. in their Idyllic . ness bcfore-witli the Hope that he l.on " . . l.oncymocn nest" hi a HollywoM . could brlnir an 3 'on n-as only another cha n the life of the celebrated yo Prices Move In Narrow Range on Eve of Bureau Crop Estimate. "' : NEW YORK, Sept. 7 (UP) — .Cotlon priced moved irregularly in' a nnrrtnv rnnsrc In a typical prc-bureau crop report session today and closed unchanged to six points higher. At one time the market was down more thnu 50 cents a • bale,, but it recovered on a revival in trade demand and strength in the stock market. The mnrket was'largely an affair of evening up for the government crop rcixirt tomorrow. While ibis is expected to show a considerable reduction from the last report it was said it would hnve to be under 10,800.000 bales to sustain the market at Its present level. A sensational buying movement i'< auto shares put new life into the stock market today nnd prices quickly resumed (lie recovery Interrupted by .^slerday's realizing movement. .-,. Before the close gains of one to nearly 10 points were established in a Ions list of stocks. pe a e her happiness And Phon P I inp tn ' s n P np n ci.«« an 3 'on n-as only another chapter such was Jean llarlow's Wstorv i ,, ""tletOtt young 1 As a child In Kansas City, nlic "35 Been Reconstructed "ever seem " " of a l drama of tne , , "ever seemed to "get on" with th-> "' They liked dolls and those . . ey e dolls and those '.ims v.hich Bern, with his in;»n- other things that little girls usually :ity as a director, could have plot- 1 Play with: Jean didn't. She stored tid and in which Jean Harlow. rs her dolls away as fast as they an actress, could have played (lie eading role. Tor Bern could have cast him were riven her and sought other pleasures. It was the same wl A rccor.s',no f ion program cf the Southwestern Bell Telephone company hns Jusl teen completed between Blylhevllle arid Nettleton. This wort, slarte'd l late ' In June, included the rebuilding i-ui ucrn CUUIQ nave cast mm- " *as inc same when she wai elf in the role (which was nisi "(tending, at 15. an cxcluslv.? school own) as a tremendous successful, but neierthcless unhappy, man of I! who had never known a real 'ove affair until a charming young actress only half his age crossed his path. Bern could have sriown himself iv/hlch -,vas true) as a poor boy, son of German Immigrant parents who grew up | n the slums -f New York's East Side, dtiflJd •>ut to Hollywood, got a small Job 'n the ir.ovlcs and rapidly rose to the heights. He could have pictured hiiiiseif, loo (v.hlch was also true), as a (julet, studious man—perhaps <>v«i mc'rose—who seemed to find JiU'.e attraction in the gaudy pleasures of life and preferred to discuss life In a philosophical vein, even giving himself to frequent philosophical discussion Mm suicide. And Bern could have shown himself (which was also true) as a mocdy nun who. .for years, seemed, to Iiavj no loves of his own but foi'.ixl joy In playing a "Rig for girls near Chicago. The other Kfrls liked to dance; Jean didn't dance, so she sat out her dances The other srlrls liked "dates" with tlis boys; Jean didn't care much about dates with the boys. And then, when she was 16 a handsome 22-year-old Chleaso youth, who had just inherited his i father's fortune, came Into her life I "* was Charles P. Me.Gr.jw. whom "ic vniinwr s^t knew more affectionately as "Chick." At last, this IS-yearold girl who i seemed to hnvc never known lovo aoarently believed she had found it reconstructing of outilde " wire, wai cable and long distance lines bc- tv,cen the. two towns. A total of 598 new creosote- dipped pine poles. 240 cross arms. During this period two forc.xs have been headquartered in Ely- thcville nnd N'ettlcion. nger. kind future. -— Of the prnjcct, K. j. Jonestoro, district man- otiicr work of the same will be done In the nrar At. am' rate. Jean and "Chick" Me Grew were marred. Though she mnv have found love, she missed happiness ... for not long af- !"T the romance of the two youngster ended on tlie rocks of separation. Carutnersville Fanner Typhoid Fever Victim CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. — Q Pounds, 21, who lived near this city on Ihe Dorroh farm, died Monday of typhoid fever. He is f HJ 1 * n —.*>.H.M .*> mi: umLL-u rre.w, <JT. 10 Is Making Plans for ' lonCE mlmutcd llmt "e had mblcd \r •. rv w.' ,i L<luls M ».v«r, head of M-G-M Visitors IJay at Walker ^dlos. offering to give an explan- Grove Sunday. A permanent organisation to raise the necessary monev for ihe -iurclm v of th* John B, Wn"c»r -"•- pnqt of t^n - i> for n iiuWto lark wah formed nt a meeting at l"- <-tty hnll last night. Ufax B. Reid was elected rliai'-- lan. with Jesse Taylor ns treasurer, and commiUtyi; were numH In arrnnge for a visitors dav lit the prove next Suminv nwl lo imkc other nrellinlnHrv nlnps. Another Pinntiii" will be held Mon- dny at which tli nd« *lll li» i)lnnnr>d. of the r«rk or- nip)- 1 d>-i"n for Tt Is (lie i"inlr.nllnu tlmt nil rwldcnts of THvthovlllc will vl-.lt the Rrovo Smrfav afternoon, to see at first linnc' *hat. it In proposed to Ixiv fni thn cltv. Rithcr Kphhjckv f Pivis'strert till' be owned intn the grmmds. to mnk» access bv autn- mnWf ensv, nnd R hand to be 15- wmbleil bv Jim Guard will fur- ni'h i»nlerlalnment. • o-x>m ration of pastors -of all local churches "rirl of "II rlvlc •• -,, In obtalnln'ff.n \l'F[e 'eff. Rrvlnpd anrt Mrs. ' b?nd were npnointec; la. inke cnrr of thU part of thp nro- »r»ni._ Mayor. HellVRtMl rind John McWntwv vfree. named to carrv announcements' '.pMhe' day to the s^l'^ols. . ' . . .Marcua . Fvirard. V. O, Hnllnhil nnd. .Jesse Trtvlpf .were ' appointed tn work. put. theM-sra") details nf (\w cprporatlon wh'tch Is 'to -be or- gtnlzed tn purcn'aic the nnrk. Louis Crwrrv, :bov!e Her(derson and R. P. KJrshtiEr. were ^npoln'C'i a -committee on .the Inndscapln'? of the park. rfp'act"al work will be done oloni.thls lip.; unlll ')).-; nnrk has been piirchnsed. but tl" 1 fominlltcp \yi'l. . t\ plan tn . p demonstrate the possibilities of Ihe tract. . '.'..' MM WIFE ARE REONGILFn Galls Off Df- After Mrs. vnrco Reaching Reno. RENO. Nev. Sept. 1 (UP)— Fave Webh Vallr.^ and her rndlo crooning husband. Rudy Vallrc. effected a reconciliation bv Ion? distance telephone last night and tht> "elite Fny« will not go ahead with her pl«n<: for divorce. Hyman Bus- cbel. Valiei-'s attornev said todav. Mrs. Vallec arrived here yesterday. preceded by Buschel. who siinoosedly had come to protect Vallce's interests when his bride of l vear carried nut her announced intention of divorcing her much Mlcired husband. Buscrul said h« induced the dancer-actress to reconsider "I convinced lier a divorce wis a mistake." he said. "Then T cull- . . ed Rudy by long distance. Sh talked to him and thev effected 3 complete understanding. Buschel said Mrs. Vjille" woi'id hftnrrl n trnin for her hnmr> In Sfrnta Monica, Ca\. . wh"w rj;r father Is chief of police. RI,,, will remain .there A short time bofo'-c returning to Nev; York to reloln n..,r.. nllon of Bern's reason for send- In" n bullet into his brain. The phv.slclnii said he would lermlnatc his visit here nnd sail for the mainland tomorrow, "ar- rlvlni In Los 'Angeles Scnlcuiber 15. He refilled to discuss the 'de- tnlls of his thcorv pending a coroner's liKiuest, iiolnllng out that '\ would Vc in violation of profes- ilonal ethics to do so. WouM irivf BarTr* Marrlarf • HOLLYWOOD. Scot. 7 (UP) — Jean Harlow, silver-haired screen star, never would have mnrritd Vn\\\ Hern hnti Mrtrinn Bcllo. hcr sten-fathcr. known "enough or Bern's past life."- ho told news- imucrmcn at his home here today. "Only over my dead bodv would Jean have married him," Belio said. Miss Harlow wns in such a precarious state of health tcxlny ..thnt relatives said they would resist iwllce efforts to obtain from her details incident lo the suicide' of Bern, her middle-aged husband "Jean spent » terribl-' nlfht." Jttta Chadfi?y, 'her . tunt, told newsr<ipenncn. "It Fpuld be criminal If det«ctina"tried to-'.question, her again." . . The a,imt. despite persistent .undercurrent reports around 'oollcc headquarters, denied a s«cbnd suicide note .was discqvi-rsd '.In'.'the home where Bern's body, a bullet wound in .the head, was found, by his Butler Monday. " '•.".' Iowa Farm Picket Line Haiti Armed Deputies SIOOX CITY, lowa^.Sept. 7. (D P)—Armed snerlff's forces clashed, with farm pickets on a highway near here tcdsy but. tlie deputies hesitated !o use their nuns and th<- 'farmers cnme -off victorious. A fleet of'22 trucks that the deputies were . trying to escort In tlie murket were forced, to turn around and retreat In the face of n crowd of approximately 500 fnrm pickets who guarded a, barricade across the highway.- Strikers Invade New Illinois Coal Field COAL CITY, III., Sept, 7 <UP)-Four hundred .striking miners from central Illinois Invaded the Grundy cruntv conl fields todnv and ordered 200 men to quit work at 'tlic Wilmington mines. The men left the pit Immediately and called a meellnj lo decide whether they would Join the strike for higher wages. . • There wns no violence. State bl"hway police had been sent in earlier to prevent trouble. Pioneer Makes 44 Dav Journey in 4 1-2 Days SHERTDAN. Wyo. (UP)-Whcn J. A. Benfley 6f Sheridan made his first trio through Yellowstone Park In 1896, the jaunt required 44 days. H.i made the same {rip I .......«»j m ijyuuiu iL'^ur. tie IS Shortly after their marriage in"> urvl ™rt by his father, John eptcmbcr, !fl27. Jean and her founds, .ind two small children, oh youns husband moved to Fu'i'i'al. services were held at rich youns husband moved to Bcvcrley Hills. For a time, they (Continued on pwf(« thrH) Funeral .services were held Maple. cemetery Tuesday with (he Rev. U, K. Foster oftlctutlng, Offer Dites (*r Dime* at Russellvllle College RtJSSEf.r.vrLLE. Ark. Sent. 7 (UP)—A date for ns little w a (lime mnv be procured through the new date bureau of Arkansas Polytechnic colier* here. ' A sliding scale governs prices. A boy asking a date must submit four names. If he set* his flrat choice he pays n quarter, second recently in four and one-half days. >i:u -j Thc nrst lr 'P w as made on There horseD »ck- -The dust, flies ana gnats combined to «lvc th; party inending trouble. The attacks of he insects were so vicious, the horses frcnuentlv stampeded ' Th« second trip was made by automobile ov.«r good roads. Bentlcv snlrt his outstanding recollection of his first Journev was "•" 'l^ht nf a huge ; h«rd of bnf- fnlo. which was -ranging In the Hayrten. valley. , WEATHER day fair and warmer. According to th e official weather observer, Chtrles Phillips Jr., the maximum temperature Sere yes«-« 78 degrees the .. w ,._,.. .. - 1 ..... i,vt, utttiiiu tt-i wt v vi m$ to uc^TFCS Hjil TtlP wmy cents, third fifteen cents, i minimum. 55 Atfttts Todny'I a and fourth a dime. >'«ar. ago the maximum temntra- .Glrls n«ay use the bureau at the ture was 94 degrees, ud the m»T- satat r»U», Jlmum, 7» '

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