The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1932 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 26, 1932
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Served bu the United Press THE DOMINANT NEVVSPAI'EK OP NORTHEAST ARKANS' '' ^ ^ "*-* " *^7 THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHF.AST ARKANSAS'AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXIX—NO. Ulylheville Dally New. Ulythevlllc Herald, Mississippi Valley Leader, lilyiherllle Courier. HdEEDmi .^ m .> SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Roosevdt, McAdoo Me<:i Pills C a m |) a i g n Cares Aside for First T i .n c Since Starting Tour. WILLIAMS, Ariz, Sept. 2U (UP) —Gov. Franklin O. Knosevclt today shoved asid.: presidential cam- j paiijii duties to become a dude | rancher for 24 hours. | ffocievell was the guest until j tomorrow of Mrs. John C. Greenway nt her ranch home near • here, one of the show places of i central Arizona. The special (rain . bearing the Governor and his j parly rolled into Williams lale: :asi night.. At the Greenway home, i deep in the mountains, KoosevTH j settled dov.n to enjoy the first real rest he has had since ho .started out on his trans-continental tour, and ID get a glimpse first hand of a program of con-boy sports. Plans l.ion Chace Mrs. Greenway arranged a rcdeo for the patty which ivas to be topped oil with a chase of a mountain lien by a pack 01 limiting dogs. For those who wanted to go there also was 1 Explosion On French Submarine "Snork)" Is Embarrassed CIIEHHOUHtl, France, Sep:. L!(i. (Ul'i—-The Frencli KuUmarln? P«- •vc rnilioed ii.s hero today thru an uccldi'iit l-.atl lia]i|i:n;d lo ils machinery and iliat wei-.j Itijnrcd. 'Hie Mibimirliii! was eu;u.x;l . In Us tilals-ns WHS ihc I'leiurtho; 1 — when the accident h:ip;i?ne:]. Her MC'IO tifkcd for medical aiiKt.iiuv anil iSiil there hud b:en »» ?xplu- ••iion in Hie eniilnc wmilun ° Govcrn0r Frnnklil1 McAdo ° since llle Democratic convention, whore Mrs. Roosevelt joliifd the gov- • ernor at the ranch, having flown California delegation turned the tide for Roosevelt's iioml- frcin Kansas city to Wins!ow.! niUlon . tcok P^c during (he governor's visit lo California Here Ariz., and then motoring to the j you see them together. Rocscvclt on the left, afler McAuoo had 1 nicks Arc I imiccl Back Fran Atlanta by Organize:! Milk Producers. ATLANTA. On., S:pl. 20. lUPl — Officials ef n leading Atlinia milk distributing company -.inuounccd to- dny liiui auto trucks !oad:d with milk consigned to them ivjie block- I e<l by Etrlklii'j producers on I h e ilghway early today. '; ' | H. B. Whitlock, sales manager Ol' | the company, reported he wns pro- i vented from supplying Hie trucks • with copies of n federal Injunction. Hnilro.irt ties obstructed his | passnse, he said, and one farmer armed wll.i n shelve haiuincr threatened him. • i Louisiana Kinjrfish Oil Pl'O- Whitlock reported liic incident to ; , J im the sheritl's onke at Conyers. Oa.. I j^'nill lOV AllllUa! McCt- ancl snid he contemplated seeking j • i P 1 1 ' aid of state authorities to lei the ' "'8 ;l1 v-OllimWn. trucks through. Tile sherill did not ! '—=— immediately go to the scene a.s hs ' COLUMUIA, Mo., Sept. 20. <UP) was called out on n robbery. i —I'ney P. "Klnunsh" long, colorful The reported highway barrlcaa: ' £e " ator !ror " Louisiana, will be one i'as the lalesl development In a - of lilc ^Ig attraction at tlie an- milk holiday calbd by (he GeDrelr. ' mlil1 mating of the Mlsscurl Hat- Milk Producers Confederation, Inc.,, association hero Sept. 30 an:l Oct. I. claiming a membership of 450 far- '• T " c curly-haired sonlhemcT Is mcrs who supply Atlanta with ap- ; proxiinntely 30,000 gallons daily. j Grcenway home. She made the first stage of the journey by train. On the trip to Williams the cam-1 paign special. made several stops,! the longest being at Phoenix where the nominee drove through the city and addressed briefly an audience of several thousand who - crowded. the grounds ol the state cauitol. Wants iWarkrt For Coin Rear piajform appearances were made at smaller towns, the last being at Skull Valley where several hundred ranchers heard Roosevelt express his pleasure at being in Arizona. "Fix it so we can sell our cows, Frank," n cattleman called out to him. The governor nodded at him and gone to the Oregon border to greet Ills party leader. McAdoo is California's remocralic candidate for IJ. S. senator. Posse Seeks Murderer of Prominent Georgian FAYETTEVILLE. Ga.. Sept. 2G (UI'I—A large pcssc of fanners and sheriff's deputies searched a wooded area near Woolscy. Ga., trxiay frr a 65-year-old ex-convict who yesterday shot and killed William B. Baker, former president of the Atlanta Ice and Coal company. Dr. Pope Baker, son of the retired industrialist and prominent Atlanta physician, was wounded slitjhtly in. the same shooting, uhlcli occurred when Ihe Bakers attempted to force Andrew Jfc- SIEfilFPCULLS Pistol Duel Over Girl Costs Lives of Farm Youths LEESVILLE. La.. Sept. 25 <UP) — c, _ \Y/L' L W/'ll i Jealousy of two farm youths who eim Which Will were paying (heir attentions to the same girl wns blamed today for the slaying ol Lee Johnson, 20, and Jesse Perkins, 22. at a church Open October 17. OSOEOLA. Ark.—Jurors who will serve nt the regular term of criminal court which convenes here Monday. October 17, are being summoned by the sheriff's office this week. revival near here last night. Everett Wisby, 25, surrendered to Sheriff D. p. Turner, following the shooting, stating that he kille^d his rival, Johnson, and Johnson's friend, Perkins, in sell Grand jurors are as follows: E. defense. Sheriff' Turner' revealed w i nCP ,?• 5 I" ^,?° ke ' C ' W '('" at Wisl) >- and Johns ™ ! "> d to" ?-±° n ' , ",' ,'V' , Wrl ."^ e ' v ~ P ' » vals ">r the attention ol the Jacobs, Jack Uzzell. J T. Carpenter. Jo= Harris. George Neal, George Balckai-s, Ed Sleagers, -Mack Crow. same girl. A feud developed and when they met at the church re- viul! I2 ' nil =s southeast of here . „ - i Long . G. S. Salmon.. Saturday ui 8 l,t the men opened . P. Garcy and B. W. Wnrk- j lire. A stray bullet man. Alternate Hay. Jcc Miller, L. P. Bowtleri, T. R. Tinclc, Sieve Ralph and Slim Trashier. PctU J» rors: R- O- Eclford, Llnll - y ' Ctlarle s Trb >'. B - w - grand jurors: Bur.'ey Hoy i church and r-nicrcci the the skull of the S-ycnr-old son of Douqlas Carroll, farmer. Colloug ntici b'.e from the Baker farm J. D. Blanford. Arcli Hcnncssee, T. A. Coivser, Bill Bennett, Clarence Speck. Ed Strinoer. Frank IM,.,LI & 11 IIU.II LUC L>LIM-t ILlilll p^. ,,, r. _., _ , tier McCollough had started trou- ^ , A'II ?' ' ^U^™-^ ^t 1U H 1IC A. Wise, J. c. Kirkpatrick, Bob Good-, C. p. Pov.-cll and F. D. McGregor. Alternate petit jurors: W. R. McDaniels, Gns Parker, Alton Stillman, W. H. Ingram, R. \V. Morris and C. M. Denison. C7osr"n<7 Stock Prices A. T. and T ......... 112 3-4 Anaconda Copper ...... 13 Auburn ................ 53 Caterpillar Tractor ____ 10 1-2 Chrysler ............... 17 3-4 Cities Service .......... 41-4 Coca Coll ............. 97 1-2 Continental Baking ..... 6 General Eteclrlc ....... 183-8 3-8 General Mo'.ors ....... 17 Middle-west Utilities Montgomery Ward ____ 14 1-2 New York Central ...... 28 7-8 Packard Radio Sit unions Beds 3 3-1 9 5-8 12 '-' «-"-u i it Standard of N J 30 1-2 Tcx is Co 13 5-8 U. s. steel 42 3-1 York Cotton YORK. Sept. 26 Cotton closed steady. Oct Dec Jan March May- July Services Held Saturday for Mrs. Driver's Mother OSCEOLA. Ark., Sept. 2G.-Fu- neral services were hold In Fine Bluff Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Joseph Clinton Fox of Memphis, mother of Mrs. W. J. Driver jr.. of Osceola. u-ho died suddenly lii Little Rock Friday night. • Mrs. Fox had suffered a stroke of apoplexy last Monday night at the McGee Hotel where she was stopping with Mr. Pox in Little Rock. Mrs. Driver drove to Msm- phls and went from thcro to Little _ I Reck by plane Tuesday morning I and was with her mother until her ,..«, I dcath - Mr - Drivcr Joined her in Pine 140 753 764 7S7 778 790 dosed at 750. up'"a 765 746 708 751 "7 760 138 768 752 I Socialist Says Neither Big Party Offers Cure Cotton closed steady. open htsn jotton *«•*««>>- Oct Dec Jan March May July 137 ! 757 760 788 71 750 7C3 768 776 786 T94 low close 737 747 753 75 S 709 780 Spols closed nt 750, up 20. 742 750 757 706 776 786 MADISON, wis., sept, ss <up) —Norman Thomas, socialist candidate for president, characterized the Republican and Democratic parties as "merely glass bottles with different labels, and both ol them empty of any medicine for the sickness of our times," In a campaign address here. He described the socialist program for the relief of unemployment and called upon -voters to end the policy of drift,. which he said would bring only slsrv.ition punctuated by bullets. De c i s i o n of Operators Eases Tension in Norlh Carolina Strike Area. ROCKINGHAM, N. C.. Kept. 50 <UP>—Tension had eased to a considerable extent in the Bort- inEhnm strike district today alter •Imultnncous announcements from rresidcnts W. P. Cole of the Hannah-Picket mills nnrf Geo.-ge Entwisile of the Entwlstle mills that they uould not attempt to open their plants today. Meanwhile, despite refusal of mill executives to submit to arbitration, the controversy affecting 1,200 workers. Gov. Max Gardner, now a vclernn in handling IriVor disputes, was asked (o continue his efforts to bring about settlement of the five weeks olc strike. The Ilamltt uos-1 of the American Legion, and the Richmond County Textile association commended the governor for his efforts and asked that he continue negotiations. The strikers pledged unlimited co-cpcratlon to the gov- lo 'speak nt. liie closlm, banquet. Saturday night. Oct. I. Other speakers, mnnv ol tliom DES MOIN'ES. Sept. 2fi. (UP)— prominent in the. legal' profession. Violence aud barricading of high- . are on tlie two-day program an- wnys in the farm strike area gave j nounccd by Doyle G. Clarke. pri>s- ivay today to conferences and IXMCC- -•••-•• ful protesl demonstrations. of (he association. They include Dean Eugene Gilmore, Iowa University scliool ol One of the aims of Ih3 general strike movement which began last law;'Col. Calvin Gcodard. North- week was to prevent violence, but ' western University; Aljjer Melton tlie principal goal of the strikers, , pus;, president Oklahoma Slnle bar bcosting ol commodity prices, seem- \ assoclntlnn. Chlckasha odla • licn- ed as far away as ever. - Iy j. wcsthuos, supreme court com' mlssloiicr, and Dr. Wnllor Wiili: ams, president of the University of Senate Committee Chairman Announces Investigation for December. WASHINGTON, Sept. 26. (UP1 — Senate investigation of the collapse of the insiiii utilities pyramid is expected to develop the story of how and "why American investors !os: almost $1,000,000.000 in the vast enterprises of Samuel and Martin Insull. Chairman Norbeck of the seime hanking and currency comnil(t:e has fixed t5'.e investigation for csrlv October. It will be part of the slock market Inquiry begun last session. Norbcck's decision to get the facts or the Insull story disposed finally ol tlte dispute within ch3 committee .whether it should limit its inquiries to mere short selling. 'The meeting will be p.irlly In 11 nature of a college reunion. Al noon Saturday there will b3 alumni luncheons' ol former students of Washington University, at Louis University and- the University ol Missouri. Tr.c law faculty of the- University of Missouri will hold n reception for tl-o entire group early Saturday morning. • Undergraduate students, al Missouri will provide entertainment, at a bullet supper Friday evening. Halftones Kill Fmvl Youth Hurt When Car Hifs Rear of Wagon Charles Hafler, farm youth, was [lightly injured when a wagon-<n which he was riding was struck by n car. driven by Plens Sccoy, Bly- IhevUle Ealesman. Saturday nlglit rn Highway 18 near Dell. Accordinj to reports the fnrm youth was one ol several occupants of two wagons pulled by cne learn. A negro on the front wagon was said (a have liclii a lighter! linicrn which war. no; seen clcarlv frcm the rear. Sccoy's: car crashed into the rear wagon. Ills eyes cast clown, an embarrassed Icok on his (ncc, aud it pearl-uroy hat carefully concenllnB n pulr of hamlculls, Al Cniwno apueared In Allania nt n court. hem-Ing itrslgnrcl io i;et him out of Jail. "Snorky, 1 as he is known to his Intlinnle.s, must i;o back lo ]nll al Iwist mud Ocl. ID, when further hearhiK on a request for n habeas corpus will lie had. Capouc, former Chicago 511111; lender, Is dolns 10 years lor Incomo tax dcdulug. '{5 Plain Sjicakiii Oseeolan Fined §75 and Cos Is OSCEOLA. Ark., Sept. 26.—Hnle Jacfcon, Sheriff Shaver's chief deputy at Osceola. wns quietly reading the evening paper just after dark ill Ills ho/nc here Friday- when he 1'cnrd himself being denounced in no uncertain lerms by someone outside Ihc house. • The stodes Hadn't been drawn for the nlgln and the officer dodged just in time to miss the big rock that crashed through the window tollo-.viiii; his riss.ilJnm's tirade. SELLIiCE Futrell Warns Districts That One Tax Sale Bars Others. ': A warning wns Issued to attorneys and commissioners' of Improvement districts by Chancellor J. Marlon Futrell In court here today that they may have to pnj tulvcilislny ami other costs liicur- _ ___ red ' In dellti!{Uenl tnx foreclouurt City MfiisiiaiTDiivc Yoiiiii tTpiirc- ;^'™ onjands whicli^ have already heuded Herbert Reed, young white I' '" bfc " lo lllc slnlc or otllcr TilLMNGS, Monl. (Ul'l — Mail- The Dlythcvillc man esc.i|K:d in- stoncs. about the size of walnuts. I jury but his car wns damaged, fell in (his district recently kill-1 The Hafler youth was rushed to ing hundreds of wild birds. Un- the Blytiicville hospital where he employed men living in the region received treatment. He v;as to be gathered them for food. I returned to hi s home today. Eleven Negro Crapsbooters Arrested in Week End Raid 31,343 Bales Ginned in County Prior to Sept. 16 A new high -record lor early season cotton ginning in Missis- Arrests the past wesk-tnd were ' - The "drive" on crapshooters which opened when tile sheriff's force staged a raid near Loachvllle a week afo Sunday took on added impetus the past 1 week-end whon eleven negroes were arresid near the old Chicago Mill quarters w?5t of Blylr.eville on gaming charts. The second raid marlced a revival of the practice o! Jffirorr in one township making wholesale arrests In another township. Tlis M-- grces were arrested by Constate Ol!5 Brooks and a deputy from Half Moon township. The negroes w^re taken into custody in Chickasawba township. Tiie raid staged o week ago was made by Sheriff W. W. Shaver and a squid of deputies on a well established gambling center out ol Lcachrllli. Seventeen while men were arrested and subsequently fined in municipal court here. '" et ac -!»ie nrst, Involving negro crapshoot- nnrrll tft /^In * T^ , ml- lliol. IL.fullllllJ ufglU tlUp^UUUl- SSI™ 'l^lLf 33 ™) 10 ^"- «[ «« I" «"e time. Several years ag, it was a practice for various officers to raid nesro "honfcjy tonkv on plantations over the county ani herd negroes Into court 0:1 gaming •charges. Public opinion against t!'is ' practice became so stron? that it was abandoned. Raid? on ncjro "tonks" have continued from time the census bureau, \vlio reports 31,3-13 running bales of lint cotton ginned in Ihe county prior to September 16. Last year to Ihe same date only 1.412 bales ivrre ginned In the county. to time 1 but It is no secret officers have passed up crap games and congress reconvenes In Decen only searched for liquor and ?uns.U crc co:11p : clc d today as nearly man of Oiceoln, a few blocks from the deputy's home and Saturday mornini; he entered picas of guilty to public drunkenness and disorderly conriuct, in Mayor Rogers' court and was fined S50 nml ccsls In one case and Si5 and costs In the olh;r. Reed loli "tr.e court he wns drunk and didn't know wha'. he wns doing-. - improvement districts. Judge under Full-ell pointed out thn Interpi-clatlons of stall Tentative plans lor a second bonus army 5ir?e of Washington when In December 800 . . . , i delegates adjourned their conven- day on what new developments nwy! tion of the "rank and file" of the follow arrest of the eleven negroes. 1 worker? Ev-Scrdce Lcawe. '' 'o ccmbli:? ihs tonus gatr.erln? of stalutos us handed down by tin. supreme court, land once sold tn any improvement district is no subject to state or other disfcic' taxes until It is sold by Ilia distrlcl or redeemed. The clrcui clerk sms Ink! no! lo sell Innrts al a delinquent tax sale for anj district after It had previously beei Isold lo one district. Apparenlli j under the high court's ruling jii taxes may be extended agains any parcel of land, for the perkx in which It is held by one die trict. by the stale or by any olhei district. It was pointed out by some at- n 1C' f P ' 1 lorncys that this course may tend OCCOnd OlCgC Ol Lapnal to clear up to some measure title I"' 5 ! 111105 "rising from sales by var- lolls rtlstrl( , t5 of lhc samc parcel of lan<i to different parties. On the other hand under the same CLEVELAND. Sep!. 20. (UP)- Interpretation It Is evident, others rs FUJI AS MEESJ PL1 -ondon Government Surrenders as Mahatma's Strength El>bs. I'OONA. India, Sept. 2C (UP) — lie Mnhntma M. K. qandht ftbjuv oncd his fu:it.- unlo . death Mon- uy cs vitality.ebbed stondlly from . he frail bro^n boily lie had lakcil asalnst-:tlic British scttlc- lent at Inillu'b communal voting •cblem. " ..'. • . .-, I'lijll-jlaivi' who .attended tiiD Malmtma. said' hc : WM still in liniKer of eollaiiso or' of fiKfte.r.r. iiC a stroke of paralysis as ho .•nlcrcd the danger-J zone with ery llltlc t-fai reserve and .via eft living'on nuiscle.•';j .....,,.. Ilrlllsh ucceptance '<K' : aii agrcc- :i'»l rcuchcd bet«een : Hindii5 and •iinlciiduibles" enabled O.nullil to mil Ills hunger strike. Lying in a col. In Yjravda 'fiion Yard, under (he shade or 1 scnnly mango tree. Gandhi showed Ills weakness. He hud dlificul- ly In keeplim his eyes oixm 'and Is vplct was' -tc.ircely nlwve a lilsiwr tte lie siwke. ";"' Word from SrlnyHr, nu the northern frontier, thnl.Hindus uncl Moslem.'; were aguiri springing ni each other's Ihroats troubled the Ma- haltiia. Eighty-three Hindus and 02 Moslems fell hi the nuhllng (hat began ivlieji Afoslems slonn- cd H Hindu public lodge. Panic |ire\all«l throughout the Srlngar district, with Hindus pouring Into the city from (lie countryside to seek military protection. J. A. HanreB, former Reskient Here, b Dead : J. A. -Han-ell, formerly c*"heri' and" laic 'of cuv CUj'.'-'X'rKT-rtlbrJ- tills morning folio* Ing a iBlhf lllncis from cancer. • Funeral scrvlcM -will be held .TiieV uay afternoon irr trial city where biirlnl will be made. .•'•.-..- Tlie deceased Is survived by his wife, two daughters, sirs. W. D ClmiiibJIn jr.. nnc>'Mrs. Essie Davis of this city-win'have beerTat his bedside much of the time since he became seriously ill, and one son, Harry Harrell, of Flint,-.Mic'ri.' Wife of Senator Borah Reported Better Today BOISE, irtnho, Sept. 2C (lip)— Mrs.. William E. Borah, wife 1 of lite Idaho senator, was somewhat Improved today and apparently \rlnnliiB her fight agalnsE~*fhe dreaded malady known commonly as parrot fever. Dr. Ralph Falk. her principal physician, announced Mrs. Borah's condition no longer critical' >'nl- llwiiRh it must be understood 'she is still a very seriously alcki wo- uun." • -< i -••. Rprnn- necon- VCnCS IS Advanced. Officers declined lo comment lo- If of avniiilp officer hin:- ficers frem ot^er town- rliiDS were to make a practice of coming into his territory he might as well make a few n!:?s hlms?lf. suitcases full of liquor were ca?0 ncxt montlli seized by special railroad unemployed persons will bn madr to the conference of unemployment councils which will b: h;ld In Oili gents | Thc conv;mt ion. which Walter . and a deputy sheriff when the Trumbiill, Xe-.v York, secretary of Frisco excursion special into St. th , c , MguCi sald represented 1.800 Louis stopped here early Sunday M y lcr5 composinl! n , ilwrltv grollr , s mcrnln?. N'o one volunteered to veterans , ,- •-. .. T claim t!:c liquor and the ofllce-s unanimously to make another bonus made no arrests. i march. Paid Misko. truck driver, was] The'delegates were determined, cleared of a charge of evading a | leaders said, that congress should state tax on gasoline In municipal' court Saturday. Mlska. driving a truck- from Illinois to Texas, was arrested by a special agent of the state revenue oflice because he had two gas Mnks filled with gasoline when he entered the state. he,ir (heir rtomands for immediate cash payment of the bonus, no cuts in disability allowances to disabled veterans, and. equal rights for negro veterans. WASHINGTON. Sspt. 26 (UP) — Jessie Mae Robinson, negro, wns The weather bureau"warned today oo:md over to await action of the that a tropical disturbance ol fall grand jury on a cVinrse of ernn.1 larceny. She was acci:9?tl of the theft of a quantity of clothes. Marvin Kimbrew, negro, entered a plea of guilty lo a clinrcr- of petit larceny aud was fined $25. 'small diameter but considerable Intensity" was central between St. Kilts and St. Martin Islands in Ihe West Indies at. 9 A. M., and apparently was moving northward rallicr rapidly, slate, that no priority exist In favnr of the stnte or any district and removal ol the burden of Improvement district bonds on ttie land Ls far removed. If Improvement districts follow the rcurt'.s Interpretation of the law the amount of land advertised In delinquent tax sales in this county will be materially ro- duced. It will be necessary for each district, when filing a for.'closure suit for delinquent taxo3 to check tax records and list only lands which have not already been sold to the state or same other district, it was st.itad. District commissioners and attorneys may bo held personally liable, the court warned, fer coils In advertising land already sold to nn- othcr district. Killed in Fall Down '.'.',. Face of Stone Mountain ATLANTA, Ga.. Sept. 26 (UP) — Sam B. Bnuknlght, Jr., 24, died at Grady hospital, today of "Injuries suffered late yesterday when he fell 350 feet down the side of Stone mountain. His fall was slopped half way clown the steep mountain side by a platform and tool house erected by sculptors who are earv- • ins « huge memorial on the perpendicular side of the rock. Woman Shoots Nepro Who Attempted Assault NEW ORLEANS, fippt. 28 <UP)— Breaking from his grasp after he had bltlcn off one of her flnstrs. Mrs. Hazel ScJiumncher co- day shot and probably fatally wounded Sam Fisse, negro, who Invaded her home. scJzcd her, and trie,! to assault her crlmlnnlly. Mrs. Schumacher and the negro were taken to a hospital. Dr. J. A. Saliba Is Installing Equipment Complete equipment necessary for th e operation of an ear, eye, nose and throat clinic will' be installed by Dr. J. A. Saliba at ills offices In the Ingrab building, lie announced tcday. Much cl the equipment . to be added has already arrived and will te installed Immediately. Dr. Saliba Is well known In this lino of work in Mississippi county, having practiced here for n number ol years. WEATHER ARKANSAS — Probably showers tonight and Timday. Warmer In west and central portions tonight. According to the official weather observer, Charles Phillips jr., the maximum temperature here yesterday was 68 degrees and the minimum, 64 degrees, cloudy with 1.40 Inch of rain. Tcday a year ago the maximum temperature was 95 degrees and the minimum 70,- partly cloudyi ' .

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