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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 22, 1932
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Served by the United Press BIYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST M1HSOUUI HOME EDITION VOL. XXIX—NO. 1C1 Ulylhevllle Dally News. Blytluvllle Herald. Mississippi Valley Leader. Blythevlllc Courier. BI,YTIIUV1LI,K, AKKANXAS, TMUIiSDAV, SKITKAIHtiU 22. 1!>:I2 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS ;.' FARM LEADER WARNS OF "REVOLUTION • Dry Agents Shot From Ambush INES1T CHIEF Cominjr Friday With }<><' \\ Gun Battle Follows Raid on Distillery Near; Brownsville. MEMPHIS, Sent. 22. . (UP)—Ambushed by moonshiners, Captain Edmond A. UKkin. head of the prohibition enforcement bureau iu West Tennessee, and Paul Sullivan, federal agent, were wounded by bullets tcday. Ortha Edwards, negro, wns wounded critically in the 30-min- uto gun battle in Hit 1 dense woodlands near Brownsville. Later In the ir.orning Sullivan returned to the scene o[ the alfrav ' to complete his investigation. He was shot below ilie elbow on hi; lefl arm. The officers were ambushed in capturing i liquor plant two miles I frcm Brownsville. A negro was arrested at the still but he cscancd during the excr.ange of shots. Bullets struck Laricin above the heart and in the lower abdomen. Funeral Heir 1 Tuesday for Wife of Hayti Druggist HAYTI, Mo.—Mrs. Nell Bobbie Brasher, wife of R. N. Brasher, local druggist, passed away at her home September 19, alter a long . period of illness. -Mrs.- -Brasher was born in Hayli' .^ November 15, 1897. At t'ha nge of -•10 yeat»K«be" became a hiember of the Baptist church of this city. In 1916 she was united in marriage to R. N. Brasher jr. At her death she left her husband and son. her mother, Mrs. D. B. Hayes of Hayti, and one sister, Mrs. V. E. Hopkins of Chaffee. Mineral services were held at tlie Baptist church Tuesday afternooTi at 2:30. Services were conducted by the Rev. E. G. Walker. Interment was at the Woodlawn cemetery. Pan hearers were j. Travis. Sid Dowd, a. p. Gre-enwell. Pascal Gardner, Ernest Lefler. W. A McDonald, George Merill. W. If. Kirby. Garner to Washington DETROIT. Tex.. Sept. 22. <UP) —John N. Garner was enroute for Washington today after ths burial yesterday of his 81-year-old mother, Mrs. Sarah Jnne Garner. Service Hushes Scrum to Wife ol' Setialor Ship Ahoy! ; WASHINGTON, Sept. Z>. <UP). The U. S. public lienHli siimco to- j i day prepared a Mirrlul scrum for' ! tri ' a " ncil l ci Mrs - William K. lla- ' ! - . I Toui'S Arkansas lor ROOS- ' mil, ulle of tlic scimior, who. Is ill I* • i I 0[ fever i\l llolse evolf Acepmpamed by The swim was m i "Hillbilly" Baud. 0[ parrot fever »l liaise. ld-.iliu. be . : at 5:20 p.m., reaching Clcvol'.uui al ;at 5:20 p.m.. ic.uhlnb Cleveland al J9:20 p.m. nnd Cheyenne, Wyo.. In | ttie morning. From Cheyenne It, will ; be rushed to Holse. Dr. ltali>h Pnlk. Mrs. uarah's phy- tvrvic; resident Hoover's Home Stale After Utilities Speech. KN UOUTK TO SAN FliANCIK- CO. Kept. aa. lUl'i-nov. Kranlclln 1). Hoojovelt Calif 'Jniln. !•' HOT SPRINGS. Ark., S?pt. &'-!. tUP)—Tlie niniilni! mate 'of'Al Smith in 1328, Senator Jce T. Robinson, probably took his "cue : lo' sician. advised ihe r.oallh barnstorm - Arkansas with a circus | yesterday thni he had diagnosed from Louisiana's Kinullsh, Huey P.. her case as parrot fever, u rnrs Long, and today he -had entered : ami dungcrou.s malady. The health his second day ot n ten day tour | .service tcleginplini instrnclbiii for of ihe state i» behalf of Ihe Dim- 1 trralment ami immediately began ratic party. . j iwcunrint; Ihe serum. Unlike Long's circus, which cov-1 ed Arkansas so successfully In behalf of the candidacy of. Scna- r Hattie W. Caraway. Robinson's ireatcr show" has more tljnn just sound trucks In its caravan. The Arkansas Hillbillies, n hand omposed of jug blowers, yodelers, nltar, saw and harmonica players. re billed as a feature attraction Here are the Arkansas Hillbillies, .rube baud touring Arkansas will Senator Joseph T. Robinson. They will be in Blytlievllle Friday night when Senator Robinson is scheduled to speak at the court house. Left to right they are: standing. J. C. Wlrgcs and J. T. Malcne seated. H. G. Fuusett and Joe "Gazette" Wirges. STiEML SfttS UK TO County Association Ha Called Meeting at th City Hall Tonight. The proposed sales tax amendment to the Arkansas constitution will be explained to the public at a mass meeting called for tonight at the city hall by the newly organized Anti-Sales Tax Association ger of the store. | of Mississippi county. A capable staff of local sales-1 whatcvcr support , ho proposed ^er-plr has been engaged by the amendn .. cnt mav have> according to Joseph Newport Will Be Manager of Meyer Bargain Center. Formal opening of the Meyer Bargain Center in the building on Main street .formerly occunled by the Sterling Stores, will be teld Saturday, it was announced today by Joseph H. Newport, mana- long with Robinson and his sound rucks. At Whitttngton park here last ight the senator spoke to a largi rowd and pleaded lor campaign unds for the parly and the support of Gov. Franklin D. Bocse- 'elt and John N. Garner for pres- dent and vice president. Robinson cited the Maine elections as an Index to Ihe trend of public opinion "The Democratic platform is at- :ractlng support from thousands ol Republicans who realize that the Hoover administration has failed to measure up to the standard 'of. its platform pledges and of their expectations," Robinson said. "If confidence U to be born again, if business activities are lo bs restored and quickened, if mistakes of its past are to be corrected and new go'vernmerital efforts substituted for old ones, the end can best be obtained by driving from power those responsible for the old deal and accepting the new deal which the Democrats propos;." Brothers Sent To Brinkley Brothers... Farm From Manila Ask Release. Two young men committed to Brinkley Brothers prison farm nn- der terms of ;i contract by which the town of Manila leases Its prisoners have" Joined in a petition for a writ of hab:as corpus to secure their freedom. Circuit Judge G. state ol I'rcsMcnt I leaver. la- day 115 (he nalion digested his eight point policy I'lillhis lor u new J-Ml In governmental rjiiilncl nf wnler- m'cr and utilities rcs"l=itlon. Kooscvcll swung fin-UiiT south OIIK Ihe Paciilc cousl nfliir hnv- i; dcltvervil nt Portland. Ore.. Ihu Ihlril of the four major sjiMC.-.fs i:c .scheduled lor his Irims-conll- nrtHnl tour. The licmocrallc pvesMciHSnl nominee pledged "no surrender by Lhe federal government of its sov- ereignly and control over power sources." C'llrs Jnsull C Tlie fnlli'ii imbllc utility empire ot Samuel Iiisull was oiled by Hie Democratic candidate for urosldeiv as a horrible example. Governs; Hooscvclt referred to this us' the "Insnll mmistvobilv" and he con dcmiied a system whereby hun drcds of thousands • of investor could be cheated of their saving through llielr Innocent nnJ triul H purchases of stock represuntc s under ills control of stnl" gov rnments. Mr. Roosevelt laid down a pro ram'which called for strict rcgu alion by the federal guvenmici I holding companies operating un er the same system as tho lOldlni; companies did. The candidate stood nlso for York Cotton in merchandising of this type, will be in personal charge of the business nnd will be assisted by Keiffer Caa\ptell, who will act as as- typ:s ol sales tax that have teen applied with some success in Mississippi and elsewhere. No one who acquaints mm«" »'" h the lails of th. Arkan- sistant manaeer The Merer Bargain Center will eature a "compete line of ready- s «* P'™ " nfa ™f . « h e> b = 1 '"«NEW YORK. Rent. 22 (UP) — Cotton closed steady. Onrn FIi»h Lniv ci"-" . 7SS 1M Oct Bee •lan Mar Mas- Jill 768 71S 806 775 779 789 800 808 739 745 755 765 772 731 749 755 166 770 787 Spots closed quiet at 755, up 5. Orleans *,ottnn NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 22 (UP) —Cotton closed steady. Own HI eh Low Close Oct 155 753 7?5 733 Dec 769 770 735 747 •Ian 774 778 743 753 Mar 181 786 751 763 Mny 735 -,r,l 751 776 Jill 8K 805 775 784b Spots closed at 733. off 5. Stock Price* 0 Uses Shotgun to Avengi Alleged Mistreatment o His Mother. . o-wcar in the popular price range,' o?ether with an extensive stock r . chief acUvily of their as- iation, therefore, will be to in- o?eer w an exense oc , , of sl:oes and accessories for men, form the jKople of the county o. wciiKn and children. The piece 3"St what the proposed amencment eoods department will also be one ' «nd tbe accompanying act ior RIV- of the most complete in Blythe- j ing it effect would do. ville. I Tonight's meeting, it is hoped. Workmen have been busy for will be attended by delegations some time redecorating the dis- ' from other communities in the play windows and interior of the ' county, and will attract a lar^e building, giving the store a very, turnout of Blytheville people. The attractive appearance. New fixtures have been Instated and the interior has teen carefully designer! with tiie view of displaying all merchandise openly to facilitate selections of the part of tlie shopper. meeting will open at V.30 p.m. at the city hall. A. T. ,v T 114 5-8 Anaconda Copper 13 5-B Auburn 54 1-2 Caterpillar Tractor' .... " Chrvsl»r IS 5-8 Cllies Service .... 45- Coca Cola 101 Continental Baking ... 63-8 General Electric 19 1-2 General Motors 17 1-4 Midrllewest Utilities'..'.'. 1-2 Montgomery Ward . 14 1-2 New York Central 30 1-' Packard ' 41-8 Radio '" 9 3, Simmons '.'." 10 Standard of N. J '.'. 33 j.j Texas Corn " u s.g U. S. Steel '.'. 43 Uthlnlnr Stood Hor*. Up MIDDLEBORO, Mass. TOP) — Says Deficit Wilt Force New Revenue Legislation WASHINGTON. Sept. -52. (UP) —Senator Walter F. George. Democrat, of'Georgia, said today tlic prospect of another huge deficit would compfl congress this winter o enact federal economies and to overhaul the tax bill, perhaps rearranging the whole tax system. George Is a member of the senate finance committee which had a large part in shaping the la* bill last session. eek Hoover's Help in Maintaining Rail Wages WASHINGTON. Sept. 22. (UP)— . group of railway labor union •aders today urged President Hoo- er to support them In their fight gainst further proposed wage re- called at the Seize $100,000 L'rannr Cargo at New Orleans NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 22. (UP —A liquor cargo valued al SIOO.WX WAS seized and three men arrcstcc wren dry asents stdjted a surpri& raid on a 45-foot lugger In IV Company canBl toda y- Three other men who were o During an electrical storm, a ! Ihe.boat escaped. The officers freakish bolt of lightning hit a horse weathervane atop Mrs. Lizzie Lincoln's bain, changing trie horse's position so as to make It nnnear to be standing on its hind cd ttie rx»t, a truck, and an auto mobile. One of the men arrcstw luctions. The delegation Vhite House and handed the pres- dent a lengthy statement of their asc. They declared that the d=- Angered becaiifo his stepfalhe had beaten his molher and fenrii the older man would carry onl threat to take her life. Dvnpse Thompson, youthful negro, lay i a cotton field until his stepfather John Thompson, 50, drove by, an killed him. The young negro was placed un dcr arrest soon after the shoolin occurred yesterday afternoon nea BiirfltUt. lie will face a preliir nnry hearing on a charge murder in municipal court th fternoon. UsEn? shells which he clalmp its stepfather had obtained wh] hreatening to kill his mother, 11 negro youth lay hidden in Ir field until the wagon was only a ew yards off. When lie opened fire the older negro Jumped from he wagon and started to run. One load struck him in the back and another almost lore his head off. He died Instantly. The negro youth said he had eonc with his molher to a doc:or's office Tucsdnv after she had pre«:on appeared to have been >roken nnd they would not accede o Ihe railway owners' demand fo a conference on further wage re ductions. E. Keck will pass on the petition here Saturday. The petition was presented to 16= Keck -here -last night but hearing was postponed nnti alurday. The action was filed tcholf of Bill Jollff and Clyde iliff by Harrison, Smith and Tay r, local law firm. Pending action on the petition ic Jolid brothers, who wer utilities." i ought here last night from th Jrlnktcy farm west cf Osceola •ere ordered held in Ihe count ail. The petition charges that th oliff brothers have been iinlnw ully confined en the Brlnklc arm since ;tlioy were sent trier n Sept. 1C.-; The iKlillon charge the mayor ot Manila Is vlthcut authority to commit lown ,rlr.cners to the Drlnklcy farm and hat iw contract under-which such ranslers arc made is Illegal. Biiukley Brothers formerly operated a prison farm on which Mls- ippl county prisoners were worked. Since the establishment ol i county owned and operated farm n 1931. Brinkley Brothers have cased prisoners from the adjoin- In^ county of Poh-ctl. Prisoners hnve nlso been leased frotn the cily of Osccola and the town ol Manila in tills county. Strenuous opposition to the effort to secure release of Hie two farms convicts Is anticipated both from Manila town authorities nnd Irom Hoy Brinkley and Henry Brinkley. operators of the privately owned convict farm. Release of the pair mijhl open Ihe way for similar actions In behalf of other prisoners and. affect the legality of contracts under which the prison farm secures c&micls from other plnces. 'rnmental ownership of all sites nnd resources In the natlo with the people reserving a right to trie fair tfcfe' derived from lliem. Ounersblp One Iliinclrod Thousand '• Minnesota Farmers Havo Joined Strike. \ »ES MO1NF.S. la.. S?nt, 22. IUP> —Call for a demonstration. by 20,^. 000 farmers when President Hoover /. speaks here October 4, anil.,thc w.ii nlng that n dlctatoi-Rhlp or; a revolution are the only alternatives '.; to adequate farm relief, wars inaila . I by lenders addi-esslny . the Iowa" Fnrmcvs Union in convention here. • John A. Slmiwon, national -presl; .: dent of the Farmers Union, shouted from Hie sIMo that "farm K-".. lief must be forthcoming during.-.;! Ihe next presidential term or the " next president ol the Unltsd SUtes /I will be the last." ",." "Everyone Is cnlltlcil lo food, .-; T!:e face thai will launch a $8.rx»,- clollll »6 «»'' s\\f\(cr." he cried. "If 00 passenger ship Is llils freckle: ltlt> under • which we arc/ lie of Miss Hilda Ilollowny. She Is mle;1 wln n " 1 Provide trem, go lie srenl-Branddiuisliicr ot William tnkp """"• ""rnnn rlislin arc SHflussi'i: Grncp, founder of the Grace hie. MKs IloUntvny will send tlie ic\v Snnla Lucia down the ways nl Kearney, N. J., on Ocl. 3. perior to constitution and Inw." Reaction to Last Bureau .Statement Evidence Enough Says Texan. AUSTIN. Tex., v SerA. 22. (UP)— Cplton price maiipulitlon, U stU- ' Governor Roosevelt n\ade il plain that he did not hold with those who* advocate government ownership or government operation of all ' "I stnte to you rategorlcnlly that as a broad general rule," he said, "the development of utilities should remain with certain exceptions, a function for private' initiative and private capital. ''But the exceptions are of vital imijorlanci.'. Iccal, .stnte and Strike Spread!! WILLMAIl, Minn.. Sept.' 22. (UP)—Approximately 100.000; Minnesota farmers wer-; on strike '{*••', day, pledged to .hold their produce •' until prices rise enough to Insure t! en\ cost of proiucUon. '. - "> -! Siwntaneousis- groups of farmers -.] In scores cf r.nunti.-s rirel"'!" Ihemsrlvjs'oi\ strike,-hoping that-jl their action will" encourage athcr fanners to Joln-tl'cm. Those who Imvc Joined ttc strike ate memtars oi'thc Pnrmers Holi-- dny association. A .dawn counties will Jo'n the strlk-j n;xi. we^k end. In Willmnr, where th5. "holllw ( Rfsoclalion organization urorV started, the ftart of-, .the strike, was narked by n felsrjratlon.' At Min' . . .. co-Fiiitlmr of tlw Texns jrenalc rrs- olutlon for a cotton exchange In- vesllgatlon, said here t,o<lay In tiii- wer to the demand, of the New Orleans exchange for proof cf t'r.c charge in the Texas resolution. ' •Miuilpulalton, .he sold. Is self cv- Irtcnt "when tlwre Is such n change UT roads io Kl6p't-!:ium?ii!s of Uvc-T slock lo |«i7kiii(T plants, .'„'. - '•• Child «*'Little :Rock; Family Dies at Dell in price as occurred with only'r Dorothy Ann' Hoflcr. year old 4,000 bale difference in a govern- daughter of. Nfr.- and Mrs. Nathan nient report." Planters Inaugurate New Working System LITTLE ROCK, Ark. tUP) —Be cause so many damage suits were' filed against planters by pickers who were injured in wrecks while being transported lo and from the plantation, growers have abandoned the plan this year. Hereafter Instead of picking UD the workers each morning and then returning them every night, the planters -will require that they was Jerry Woods, a companion o stay on the farm, Marvin "Big Jim" Clark when the I A ^use and wood Is offered the latter shot to death here in | worker and his family. Rates arc been hurt in n quarrel and scuffle with her husband. She did not leturn home but went to another negro's house Instead. Demprey claimed that hlj stepfather obtained four sheik after his wife failed to return. der!ar ing he Intended to kill her. Yesterday afternoon, Dcmpsey, his younger brother, and their stepfather were working In o cane flfld. While his stepfather was driving a wagon load of cane ovei to n nearby mill Dempsey wen to Ihe house and found the shells Loading his stepfather's repeat In? shotgun he waited In ambiisr In a nearby field until the oltte man returned. After killing hi slepfnlher the young negro place Ihe gim back in the house. He was arreslcd by deputy slier iff.Arch Llndsey. who Investigate the Wlliiw. Coroner W. H. S'.ova nlso Investigated the shooting but Huttig Bank Robber Arrested in Texas LONGVIEW, Tex.. Sept. 22 (UP) -John J. Mizrell was returned lo ilutttg. Ark., following his lilcnli- Icatlon to-day n.s onr of the men who held up the First. National Bank in that city and escaped with $3.000. . • 'i Mizzell was arrested in a hotel lobby here. Mnson Tncker. teller In the bank. Identified him. M M. Bnrbour and Joe Ltndscy also are being held In Jail litre in connection with Ihe robbery. Both said they would fight extradition lionnl, and I believe that the overwhelming majority of the p( Ihl scountry agree with in: Called Masqueradcr WASHINGTON. Sept. 22. (UP)— Assistant Secretary ol Interior Joseph Dlxcn, w!~o managed the null Moose campaign of 1Q12. has nc- cused Governor Franklin D. Hoosc- vclt of trying to "masquerade In the lion skin of his distinguished fifth cousin." Dixon's statement attacking the Democratic presidential nominee was'issued in the form of a regu- !nr departmental news release. "I cnn no longer repress my indignation at the attempt of Governor Kowevclt to put himself before Hie American people in tl:c cloth- ig of the great president," slid Dlxon. "It will fool only the moons." "I knew President Roosevelt as ew other men knew him and f lave no licsitation in saying lhal his man in his cheap posing is en- leavoring to mlslend the American people Into the notion that he I; he reincarnation of his fifth ccus- n. which he Is not," the statement continued. such a drop in price as Hint wlitofc occurred after the jast report. Yon Hofler of. Little Rock 'died'yester- day nt Dell, where 'trie-family h"d. recently moved for the cotton pick- • | liiR season. Her death was attributed to colitis.'. .. , ,••". .... Funeral services .were.,held this inornhiT at Mounds Mmetery',"Bt' Doll whrrc Interment wns mode. Th? Cobb Undertaking .company •] was In clmree of : funeral'arrarisc- mcnU'i. The deceased Is survived ,ljy her mrr-nts. five brothers and three sisters. Women Are Invited to Democratic Rail; The Democratic 'women of Miss Isslppl county are being urged t attend Hie po'.ltlcal rally here to morrow night wh.?n U. S. Senate '"» T. Robinson Is to be prlndpa speaker. Inventions have been cxlendc to the clubs, throughout the Chick district, which were re ccntly organized. This group plans to have sev. Alpine Wheat Planted On Timebrline in Rockies COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. tUP>—Wheat Is going tip. But the elevation is in linbltat. not price. Dr. Frederick C. Cicmenls San- tn Barbara. Cnl.. ccologlst, has planted wl«at at tlniberlinc—Mme 11.000 feet above sea-level, and the wheat grew well. It wns an Alpine variety, and the doctor is experimenting with it in an effort to develop n wheat suitable for growing on the high mountain ranches. Progressives, Beaten in Republican Primary, Expected to Swilch. MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Snnt. 25 (UP)—The flghtlm; La Folleltes whoro name hns. been political magic In Wisconsin for nearly forty years, today were believed planning a hitter reprisal on the conservative Republicans who defeated virtually the entire pro- eressive ticket in Tuesday's primary. Predictions were freojient (hat Gov. Phillip p. Ln Follette, who lost the ttiibcrnatOTlal nomination lo former povernor Walter J. Kohler by IOn.000 voles, and Scn- nlor John J. IJIaine. who was defeated bv John B. CVmnmr. j-mirva newspcnwr editor, by 20.000 vote-, would attempt to lead tliolr toyal followers Into .the Democratic camp. If these tactics are emnloyed it Bombing 01 Judge's ; Home Stirs Chicago CHICAGO. Sept. 22 (UP). — I!ombln<! of Ihc home of Judno John McGorty in which !wo youn? people were seriously injured^ to-'. day brought ctmand from . iCJyic leaders for establishment of a.sec- ret police body to cop.i - with bombers aiul other gnv.c criminals. The McGoorty bombing wns the 84tli of (he year in Chlcnso. -, At the suRgestion of th? jiid»p,. Alexander St. John was arrested and questioned. « • • i Unbreakable Liquor Bottle Causes Arrest wns expected the proKrwsliv* leaders would endorse the Democratic candidates. Loss of customary Democratic support was blnmrd. by many nroge.^ilvp^ leaders for defeat of their ticket. Plans for Baton Rouge" Bridge Arc Completed DATON ROUGE. La... Sept.-22.' (UP)—Plans for n S5.000.003 bridge across tfr.e Mississippi river here' were completed today after a conference between Senator Iluey P. Long. Governor O. K. Allsn. Peter Couch "of, the LQulslnna-Arkansss railroad,' and representatives of the Missouri Pacific, railroad. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UP)—Pete Bnrr.ett's M-day jail sentence was brought about Indirectly by "shatter-proof" bottle glass. Police who arrested Harriett told the municipal court Jud?e that he broke one toltle of nlleged whisky. cral activities prior to the na- : bnt lhal the second bottle w'.iii-h ,....„... „.. „ - Uonal election in stimulating In-!he l!lrcw . into tht> strccl ' 9lllxl [o decided that an inquest was not tcrest nmQng women of this vie-1 break. Police t-viirht it Into court r,ccess»ryi I InUy Alabama House Votes Relurn of Beer (Near) MONTGOMERY, Ala.. Sept. K (UP)—A bill to permit the sale of near bear In Alabama was passed by tlv> house 67 to 32 today. The measure, sponsored by Renresentn- llvc Ma--s?y Edgar, would reocal the eslstln; law which prohibits sale in Ihe stnte nf !inv»W" t' 1 "' tastes like, looks like or smells like beer. Masons Meet Tonight s Levee District Gets $300,000 U. S. Aid WASHINGTON. Sc'pt> 22 <UP>— Sccrelary of War Hurley today approved an application by the Parelly L ake levee dlMrict ot Arkansas for federal expenditure of $308,000 for cmergencv repairs to levees within the district. / WEATHER ARKANSAS—Showers, cooler tonight. Friday generally fair. According' to the cffldal weather observer. Charles Phillip? Jr., Ihe. The Chlckasawbn Lodze No. 134 maximum temperature here ycstcr- P. & A. M. will hn'd a 'tit:d c5m-i day was 81 degrees and the m!hl- munlcstlon this Thur.'ilav evening' mum 61 degrees, clear. Tcday a y:ar at 7:30. Work In the second degree, nso the'maximum temperatitrc was will be given. Visiting brothers arejn4 degrees'and tho minimum 75 r*lcom«<li degrees,

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