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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 6, 1932
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Served bu the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THK nnVTINANT NlFWRPAPE'O r*» urUt^foaitA OT» ADIT A Via ACi * ui-* «s\rrt*u* • ort UTL^OSV***** - *"-' .... 7 « ^^V THE DOMINANT NBW8PAPEB OP KORTHKA ST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL XXIX—NO. 173 • Blytheville Daily News, Blytlievllle Herald. Mississippi Val>y Leader. Blythevllle courier. BLYTHKV1LLE. ARKANSAS, THUUSDAY, OCTOBKU C, W2 With Hoover on Vote Tour 'Farmer Is Charged With Beating Two - Year-Old .'to Death. HARRIF.BUHG, Ark., Oct. 6 (U P)—After the morning was spent in selecting a jury the state this afternoon beg'aii presenting witnesses' in the;, trial of Herman ^Ledbetter, 31,'farmer, charged with murder of his two-year-old step- tori. The trial opened this morning In circuit court. Ledbetter' was indicted, Monday. The baby was killed near ^Trumann September 21. Prosecutors indicated the death penalty will be 'asked. Coroner B. I. Harrison of Marked Tree was to be the first state witness. At the preliminary hearing for Ledbetter he testified that the child's body was striped from his feet to his head, and a heavy . strap with a buckle apparently had caused the wounds. Atty. Bonnie McCournety of Jcnesboro is defending Ledbetter. What his defense will be was not made known but he is expected to'contend that the boy died when he fell under a wagon. Mrs. Ledbetter. wife of the defendant, will not testify, authorities said. Forrest O'Brine Win Fly in Paragould Meet •PAHAGOULD, Ark. — Forrest O'Brine, St.v Louis pilot and holder of the world endurance rec- io'rd.'^wllli be *one of the pilots to participate in the dedication of 1 the maricipal-afiport here, October 8 «hd 9.. ' ' Major .'Carroll Corie , of Little Rock, state director of aeronautics, will ; be, referee, and Albert Vollenmecke" of Little Rock, designer of Coinmand-Aire planes, •will. - be timer. . Many'.pjjots from Arkansas,. Tennessee., and Missouri will participate, ,i$lss Lois Hudson, age 19. will, make a parachute leap of 2,000 feet. Arrests Thwart Plan to Blow Up Michigan State • w Penitentiary, • ; JACKSON, Mich., Oct. 8 (UP)- ilarry; Stanton, n guard at Jack- ^oo.prliorl, wns ordered to appear i$-'Dearborn today for que*non- lie h) .tlic bombing plot involy- iijt fln'athur guard and four other ierso'fc. - ' '',-/. 'He'was-to be-questioned,-police said,: regarding hi;: efforts' >t Mt,- Cl.emens last week to obtain: clem-' ency for JnmcS Hall, alias pver- 'Areet, one ol Uo prison-Inmates held in connection with, the plot; Man Hanged for Murder Insane Says Physician ' IOWA CITY, Iowa, Ocl. 0, (UP) —R. Altrlnijer, who wns hnntpd lust spring for the murder of Ills 12-yt'ar-old boy, was .sulU'rlng ti-om a byiln • disease ami s'nmild have been sent to un asylum Inderid at the gallows, Dr. Andrew Woods reported today. Dr. Woods, director ot Hit! psychopathic hospital nt llio University of Iowa, .spent six months in a post mortem examination and reported his.(hidings In n paper tiled with the comity mudlcu] association. Dr. Woods twice iiska! Governor Dan Turner to grant n stay of ex? ecutlon to pernili further examination, but oti'.er psyclilntrlsls had expressed the opinion Hint Allrlng- er was sane nhd-'cllglble to no leniency. Answering .the challenge'of the .farm belt, President Hoover began his speaking campaign in the > middle west by traveling to Des Moines, la., where a .demonstration against low prices for farm products was scheduled. Here is the president as'he appeared be- DEARBORN, Mich., Oct. «. (UP) •Probability that two and perhaps three or - more Jackson prison guards were Implicated In the <plot to bomb the state prison and'free the inmates, frustrated by, police late' yesterday, was advanced by prosecutors today as thoy continued their questioning of fire persons held in jail here. A" plot to bomb Michigan state prison at Jackson was thwarted by arrest last night of two ^isteri of two long term convicts and alpHi- on guard. . : '. . •'•'•• The women arrested are Mary {Cross, 26, and Agnes Schoonmakor, 27, sisters of Eddie Cross and James Halt, alias Overstreet, both serving long terms for robbery. The guard, Archie C. French, wa» placed under arrest''as a member of the bombing plot after police said he was implicated in the confession of one of the women, ; allegedly U.S. WILL fore* a crowd atyAltoona, Pa. The president and Mrs. Hoover op- the plot after long questioning peated on the .platform .w.hen their speclfJ .train..stopped at Harrlsj, ••-«••• n~»« —u >— —• burg,-Pa,, ^and ..Chicago,; and In Iowa .at'/bivenyxirt,' West ,Llbert3>i :lowa City and Newton. Jake Counts of Wilson Hei«b County B.Y. P. U. y ... "• ^^^^^ Jake-Counts of Wilson was elected- ; president of the Mississippi County B. Y. P. TJ. In its meet- hVlast night at Manila. This meeting was held following the closing program of the county Baptist association of which the B, Y. P. U.'s of the county had chaige. Other officers named were: Vance Henderson, Dell, vice president; Miss Martha • Ray, Oscc-ola, secretary and treasurer; Miss Lorene Austin, Manila, pianist; Miss Lo~- rette Austin, Manila, chorister. Alvin Holly. Blytheville, is the retiring president. TIRED BY IHP But Executive Regards First Campaign Effort As Well Worth While. WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 (UP>— The president returned tcday fro fa h:s most strenuous speaking tour so encouraged by the effect of the lashing he gave the Democratic party end what he termed the "falsehoods" of its leaders that he expects to make another swing through the country. Mr. Hoover in his swing into terday. Police saM her confeMlon implicated the.' two .convictj a3d French."' '''" " i:v •' •' It was in the room oecupled by Ihe two women that police: 'confiscated the explosives. ' "'', Exposure of the plot wii;-m»de by Chief of Police Carl Brooks who said his men had found flve sticks of dynamite, tw,o revolvers, mow than 100 rounds of'ammunition, ten dynamite.caps, and a fuse In the :ooms occupied by the women. Precautions- Taken as Additional Hlinois Mines Reopen at $5 Scale. CANTON, 111., Ocf. 6. (UP)-A second company of national guardsmen patroled the Pulton, county coal mine area today, arriving just as picketing miners declared a blockade of the highway at Farm- Ington, 12 miles north of here. Bitterness reached new heights in the district as six mines resumed operations on a 55 dally wage scale. (he corn belt wns- seen by pos-1 The pickets sect to halt digging of sibly 200,000 persons during the' coal until the p!d W.10 scale Is re- New York Cotton NEW .YORK, Oct. 6 (UP) — Cotton closed barely steady. '•"• open high low close Oct 702 690 692 Dec 702 114 694 699 Jan 704 718 700 704 March 7tl 730 708 714 May 723 739 719 722 July 732 747 727 730 Spots clrsed quiet at 705, off 5. Iwo days tour, which marked the j president .as personally taking the offensive in his fight for re-elec- vion. . The president's train arrived here at 7 A. M. .He went Immediately to the White House for breakfast. established. A single company of troops had been on duty-in the county since ! Tuesday when violence broke out ' and a miner was shot. With the increased number of mines In operation it.was felt the small boiy Orleans *~ otton NEW CHILEANS, Oct. G. IUP) — Cotton closed steady. Open High Low Close Oct 696 696 6M 689b Dec 697 711 693 C98 Jan 703 714 698 703b Mar 715 727 708 712f May 725 734 718 722f July 734 747 730 734 Spots closed steady at 697, unchanged. • :i;j,'-..--, 'of guardsmen was insufficient to He was somewhat" weary when [handle the situation. The highway blockade was established by 1,000 miners just as , .. . - - --- the trucks carrying 65 riflemen and eral thousand persons who had officers arrived at Farmington. The Face Cparqes of Conspiracy Against the State of Oklahoma. Moratorium Plan W i 1 Take That Much Cotton Off the Market. NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 0 (UP) — 900.000 bales of cotton will b taken off the market as a resu! of the decision' of the federal government to grant a moratorium to southern cotton farmers on seed loans, officials of the American Cotton Co-operative association said today. The goremment ha* : ofleml. r.n let cotton; farmer) put lip their co;ton :u security for,the lo*ua' on the 'basis ol nine!•> otnti S pound. 'This will mean'11^,000,0*4 to southern farmers, officials ol the association said; They estimated that, at the' present price of cotton it would require 1,250,- OOp; bales to pay off the seed loans. . Farmers who. take advantage of the nine cent collateral offer must place 'their cotton cither with n recognized : co-operative organization 1 or in a government-bonded warehouse. They will be /required lo.sign an agreement under which they, may se]l. the cotton at any time r prior to : Search . 1,: 1933, and autnpriflng the government to 'sell' 1 'it •• at Its discretion at -any time subsequent to that date. If the cotton, when sold, does not bring a price sufficient to pay the loan and interest, the balance will remain as nn obligation of tlic borrower. Chicago Police B a I I le Crowd, Res'enllul at Allotment Cut. CHICAGO, Oct. « (UP) — One nan wns filially shot ^tod.-iy when i crowd of 500 tiiiejrijiloycd dej>-1 conduct on a west sVji relief stn- lon, wrecked tho frbift of It, nrul 1 finally wi'i'o dlspeiicd by -ural squads Mlcr a battle. JCLcph Sbosab. 1 39, one ol thu rioters, »Q!i shot ;'as the crowd fought two poilcomeli, He died later In a hosplUl,' . One policeman, John Tuohy, was Injured and «lx rioters were ur- rcsled. ' . W. Lamson, city secretary of the Unemployed Council, comprised largely of members of the tom- nuinlst party", said the demonstration was the first' move In a city wide protest against A 50 per cunt reduction In' relief allotments to destitute families, which he snld was effective this week. According to Lainson ,'tho demonstration wu peaceable, until the police attempted to drive .tlwlr au- tcmoblles through the crowd. Barber Convicted of Cutting Patron's Throat EL DORA1X), Ark., Oct, 0. (UP) —Harbor 'A. M. Jaukaan was sentenced lo. lite Imprisonment here today alter being convicted for tho murder of Murvln Albrlttoii. Albrltton was killed ILI he sat In Jnckson's burber clmlr, His throat wns slashed with a runor. Ho had n.skcxl for » shnve, Tluj slato clm^i:<l' tlic nioUv'u for thu kllliiiK was tliat Albrllton Inul »prcnd Ijosslp about Jackson and the latter'sought revenge. Dynamiting Believed; Out- .growth of, Wisconsin •"Milk'Price ' City Convention Will Pick Candidate as Appeals Court Orders Election. ', ''•'.x.'-yj&'i^ijilji* ALBANY, N..Y., Oct. 8 (UP) — Tho fitiitc court of appeals today ruled tlmt New York 'city mus led 11 Vf.w mayor November 8. The decision, upholding the cie mands ol Tammany Hall attor leys, defeated the efforts of Act ng Mayor JosepliMcKee, to serv ml the term of James J. Walk cr, who resigned under flre. Tliu court" of appeals ruling ended a bitter legal contest carried up through the lover courts, 5t war. a victory for Tammany which has been making a desper- ntc fight lo retain control In New York city. A Democratic candidate for mayor will be' • chosen ol B convention tonight, open: ing the way-for the' nomination ol Walker should .,Tawmiany 19 through with ILj'original plan to run the. former m»jw, . . Talk; IdwitiucKtioh ;:Is | Made by MptHer,^ •'•^\;- : Two ' younlf • women identl- • flcil a» . Alta 'and ... C1 »;r,» y Steward, Route 1,-Steete, Mq; were .. critically Injured Ahen their . : 6ar:; collided with a 'Frisco motor :car ;• at tlic blvifckm, ntraet crominf at noon today; 1 ;. '' ''''' Posltlv* Wten Urns was mad*-this afternoon.-by: their mother, Ml*'Pe«l'8«ewainJif and their litter; EtUur.' Coramun- icatlon wit); relatives .was made. Inrcugh th*- Courier New« after j letters and papen.. found In- the: cur 1 indic«te<f the identity .of.Uie two yoiinf.wwiwi' 1 '. -•;.•'' .-.''!- ••" :V= : • - ' - •'"• The c«r, ,a Ford.; :coach,-.twas; traveling itouth! Von : - Highway rt}-- along pivlilon': itreet.-'arid; «as.; struck by the front of the mete; car, which draned:/it 26 or- SO •' ' " A 'Ccbb :Mab^lapce' l ru«^a ; feet. One ol the '» _ ... about- JO years of "ap,' was' ; sul-; fcring'from wtrtme 'shock, >"ole*p scalp *&uhd, a pouiWe brain 'con-" cusslon : anil, euU "about the- f«ce and khe««. The other, apparmUr several yean older, had «v broken rljht.thigh, a fractured right:arm, nnd severe scalp «nd face,wouali. Neither couk |i« a coherent '«l«rjr ot the OTMh or their'iname^iad '' 'BTOLINOTON,' WlsV, Oct. 0 (UP —Bombers wrecked a hew crmm cry of-the Burlington-CO-operatlv Pure Milk association here early tcday 'after kidnaping the watch man at the plant. •; Two bombs were exploded by five Masked men. Damage was estimated .at $35,000. '•The gang fled from the: plant with Watchman John Msenhart after placing two bombs, one on cither floor of the building, The watchman was released two miles from town Just as the bombs exploded with a terrific roar. Elsenhart made hie way back to town to find the townsfolk hunt- Ing through the wreckage, o! tho building for his body. The cause of the bombing was believed to be a milk price dispute. MC.ALESTER, <UP) topped late last night at Johnstown, Pa., where he greeted sev- rah" S " U " tr00ps The president, accustomed to spending meat of his lime at his Sesk, found that the hours on his feet tired him. But he felt it was worth it even In • the face of several untoward incidents. Faint boos reached his ears at times. Occasionally, as in the vtreet parade in DCS Molnes, there jeers, Closing Stock Price* A. T. and T 107 1-4 Anaconda Copper ..'.. 107-8 Auburn 47 B-8 Caterpillar Tractor 91-2 Chrysler 157-8 Cities Service 3 7-8 Coca Cola '91 1-2 was silence. Small boys some- • limes shouted "Hurray for Roosevelt". At several stops children delighted in screaming, "We want Frost Damage Here Last Night Negligible Practically no damage was done to crops and gardens In this vicinity last night despite the government gauge Indicating a klll- i Ing frost for Bijthcvllle. —A detertnlned offensive by the state ot Oklahoma against striking coal miners was underway today with' 109 miners held in the slate penitentiary here facing charges of conspiracy against the state. Aided by guards from the penitentiary,; O. P. Ray, operative of the state criminal bureau, placed .175 men picketing -the Little Boen shaft near here under arrest ate yesterday. The strikers, members of the United . Mine Workers of America, were marched to the penitentiary in a long line. Two men led the procession carrying American flags. But such oft key Incidents were either negligible In volume or childish pranks. Continental Baking General Electric ... General Motors Middlewest Utllttits Montgomery Ward .. 4 3-4 . 16 5-8 . 15 1-8 .. 7-10 Yorkcentra ...... 24 3-4 Packard 33-8 R*dlo 81-4 Simmons Beds 9 1-2 Standard of N. J » f-2 Co 12 6-8 S. Sleel .....;.. ii.. M 7-» Youth Gets Life for Killing Wealthy Aroit SAN JOSE, Cal, Oct. 6. (UP)- Oeorge Templeton Jr., 20-year-old former college student, charged with stabbing to Jsath his wealthy aunt, Mrs. Lillian Bibcock, was found guilty by a jury today nn,1 his punishment fixed at Ufa imprisonment. The youth wa.s calm wJ:en the Jurors, seven women and five men filed Into the box. "Kismet—it's fate," he remarked to his attorneys when the verdict was read. He was smiling as he arose to accompany bailiffs to his I Jill) CtUi Deposits at Local Baak Show Sabstantia] Gab While It was unusually heavy for the first frost o! fhe season, growers of beans, sweet potatoes and late gardens report their crops undamaged. Growers of beans are attempting to gather their crops immediately before they are damaged but are hampered by the lack of -workers. The Blytheville Canning company announced t->day that it could place a large number of bean pickers at once with work which would continue for about two w«ks. Blytheville Papooses to Play Keiser Friday The Blytheville junior high Papooses will play the Keiser high team Friday afternoon at 3:45 o'clock at Haley Field. Announcement of the game was made this afternoon by Crawford Greene, superintendent of the Blytheville schools. The Papooses lost their first g«me to Jonesborn last week, » to 0. An Increase of more than slSn.OOO In denoslts in the pfst twelve months is shown In a comparative statement of the financial condition of the Farmers Bank and Trust company, published today. Deposits on September 30, 1932, were $687,506.45, whereas on the same date a year ago they were *534.220.M. . In the same perioC loans and discounts were reduced from M04.04S to $328.438.11, and the item of "cash and due from banks" was 'Increased from $129,882.84 to $366,497.25, revealing a substantial improvement in the cash position of the Institution. Comparison of the statement*, bank officials said, reveals a de- c'dcd Improvement in local business conditions and furnishes basis for confidence "that the turning point for some degree of prosperity has returned." Manila Man Who Fled Blytheville H o s p i tal Captured at Hprnersville' Uliss Brock of Manila, 'who escaped last spring after being removed from the county Jail to the Blytheville hospital for'an appendicitis operat."(n. has again been apprehended and returned here from Kcnnelt, Mo., to face charges of burglary. Brock was arrested several dnys ago at Horriersvlllc. Mo., but refused to waive extradition. Requisition papers were-secured and Clarence Wilson, chief deputy sheriff here, returned Brock to the county Jail. The Manila man walked out ol the hospital last spring, despite an appendicitis operation only a few days old, and disappeared completely. Ho escaped In clothes which had been slipped to him by friends. i)r. James t A\ ^Andersqrt Presides v at :. . said, and w)»en ' he • wr? tfi£ he i . ':- . .but. it • wu .top late • to .ai»id U»T^ ei^.: - -v-^. i ;{:y.;--v-^fv:.:f;;'*.-.t?3fX*.ii ' aionj ', Takes Witness Stand at Memphis in Fight Against Death Sentence MEMPHIS, "Oct. 6. (UP)—-I did not kill my wife and baby," Stanley Puryear sobbed out In court today as he denied the .charges at his 'trial that he killed a negro in order to cover up the crime of hacking to death Mrs. Puryear and their eight-year-old daughter. Two women spectators fainted In the courtroom as Purycar related his story from the witness stand in « fight for his life. He denied he was more than n friend to Miss Sunshine Walker. Prompted by his cMcf counsel, A. B. Galloway. Puryear told in a clear manner beween sobs the events that he says took place at his home on the morning his wife and daughter were hacked to death. Ousted Mexican Prelate Arrives at Laredo, Tex. LAREDO, Tex., Oct. 6. (UP)— The Most Rev. Lcopoldo Ruiz y Flores, papal legate to Mexico, ordered deported by .the government, entered the United.States here early today. The legate left his special train which had been guarded by 30 Mexican Midlers at Nuevo Laredo, across the border from here. He was escorted to the International I the Mexican chief of Minneapolis' Protest of Ball Game Loses MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. 8. (UP)—Minneapolis' protest of the fifth gams of the little world sc- ries was overruled today, l:avlnf Newark with a three to two advantage In victories and only one more triumph necessary for the junior title. More than -'100 persow,' repre- tentlpg t?n Methodist' churches In Mississippi 'county 'and > at' Uon- ett£ attended, the. fourth -quarterly coiMcrence here last • night. The Firi't Methodist church' was host .0 . the conference, for a • supper, prp'fram and business meeting. , Dr. -James A. Anderson of.'.Jonts- boro, presiding elder of' the Jonr csbbro district, wiis In charge':, of the business sesskm. Talks were also made by the Rev.. . P. . Q. Rorte, last pastor, and Judge John R. .King, of Searcy. . ' - , Officials were elected for the churches at Manila, Dell, Luxora and the two local congregations. The churches at Osceola, Leach- vlllc, .Monctte, Reiser and ' Joiner were also represented. The Wilson church sent no representatives because of the death of the pastor late yesterday. For the First Methodist church these were selected - to serve for a year: E. D. Ferguson, .Sunday school superintendent; O. 0. Barnes, lay: Irtder; W. M. Burns, F. 0. Dourlas, R. I. Haley, W. W. Hoillpeter and O. E. Flsk, trustees; Harvey Morris, recording steward; W. W. Hoillpeter, district steward; Crawford Greene, chairman of the missionary committee; B. A. Lynch, Golden cro«s director; A. Q. Altken, O. C. Barnes, U. S. Branson, Jack. Bishop, W. H. Burns, p. E. Ccolcy, J. E. . Crltz, E. D. Ferguson, Crawford Greene, Roland Green, J. L. Guard, A. C. Halev, R. I. Haley. George Henry, W. L. Homer, A. O. Hudson, B. A. Lynch, N. B. Menard, U. W. Moore, E, M. McC&ll, Harvey Morris, M. L. Mllncr, H. A. Rimer, F. A. Rogers, Earl Snyder, C. S. Stevens, Joe Trleschman, Dr. H. A. Taylor, L. H. Welch, J. N. White. lit. W. Williams and Clar-, ence Wilson, stewards; J W. Hammock, W. W. Hollipeter, R. P. Pad- dlson, W. M. Pylei and J. H. The. voioeti ,vve' »t'a mcderate rate.qf;speed/ : prob-j ably. 25 or' JO milts : per' hour, : acVx cordinjr . to" ; (j.'.E.." Younjj;.tbrike^ ; man, who 1 saw :the -car .approach the creating.' . He. .said . the--wo- m rn did riot. seem ; to not Ice ' tbe train or., to" near Uie •^•-"-"".. . . Furies" found-' in. \(ht~ : ' car-/e?n- talned '*!», worth of .tniWert checks in. demonimations of ; CO, nnd $38.60 'in cash....-'';^;V,"j^.' ii " t-^- -. . . , : : , • '•'• > • -.•':: ~ -'v ''--Ttw* Declek»,w«t withheld^ 'by ' ipal Judge C. 'A. Cirontogham-»«i- terday UUrbootr in' tbe 'cue ..of. K- gir Boriim, local druggist,'Charfed >, with vloUUon of state tob^ecb revenue laws.Y ;•'•-•".'•' •.- ' ; :'. ;= '-'-.' - Borum was accused of pou^sing cigarette! without -revenue stamps affixed .by Prank. Witte 'and. 'pay Butler, *tate revenue" ^depaBsiitBt agents. Counsel 'for Borum admit- * ted a technical violation of l tie,' law but contended that the spirit ot^tne law had not been' violated-by* the defendant. The defendant also ippv- ed that testimony ot, tire ajtnts be suprnwd on the grounds thafseir- ; ure of the eltarettes bafMwen.mtde unlawfully. ,Tte mptl(^,>r«s" tea- r porarlly over-ruled c pending ;flatl decision this afternoon. Taylor A4ams was flned five dollars for disturbing -.the, peace and John KJdget wa sflned five. ooUan on a similar cltarte. "•:..;'" '•. RUey XfcOee...negro, ins flnea $10 on a clMuie of assault and battery. . ' . . ' :.' i '* : EvufeEst AaBoraicei Sqb}edf*r Smart, honorary stewards. A similar .meeting is being held at Marked Tree today for the other half of the Jonesboro district. The Her. and Mrs. Rorie are attending this rail; and the Rev. Mr. Rorie U, to give an address. The subject tor tonight at the evangelistic meelkit lit UK cturch of QoS will be "The' LOTS That Canted Jesus Christ to Die. on the Cross of CalTar7." The Rev. Ortn R. Hunger, trawling evangelist, is In charge of the services held eacti morning at 10 o'clock and each <<ve- ninc at 7:JO, o'clock. the estimates of the Ministry of Agriculture, Ctcchoslovakla has had a bumper grain crop this year. It Is estimated that during the coming year-approximately half H milliard crowns less grain will have to be imported. Immigration. A number of Mexican priests and United States border official; met the legate. He was required to pay an |8 fccnd tax and w«s given permission to remain In the country six months: Call Conner News For Results of Game Football 'ans may obtain the result of the Blythevllle-PlggoU football game by calling the Courier News between 5 o'clock and 6 o'clock Friday afternoon. Telephone 3M or 307 for the score of the twin*. AppI* Tree Procroces Two Crops m Season Charlie Nichols of the Ekron community, west of BlvtherUie, will shortly harvest his second crop of applet this season from a June apple tree. Tbe .tree produced a normal crop at the anal swaon, and now (wi WEATHER ARKANSAS-Fair, rldac temper- ttures tonight. Rida; ptrtiy doodj, warmer. '.;••.• . j The weather man's report Mftl » i killing frost latt nijht for. tbe fir* of the IttS .«**», but local etti- zens say their late larient'MHI howrs were not <!tmaf*d^. IV .' minimum' tempenton here'•'tart night was 17 decree* tad fte flMU- mum yesterday JS" dee Today a- JMT tco tte temperaton was

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