The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 11, 1938 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 11, 1938
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VOLUME XXX1V-NO. 280. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS ™ E DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHMST AliKANHAR A*m B^Tmnri^ ,,,.,,,~~. ^* Blythevllle Courier Blythevllle Herald FIGHI TW RITES Do/on J-ast Tennessee Towns Join To Gain Cheaper Power BROWNSVILLE, Tenn, Feb )) iUI'i—Twelve west Tennessee ell- IPS bajulcd together today for a vinled nglit lo obtain cheai "yardstick" power from the Ten- neMce. Vulley Authority. Mayor Cieorge c. Held of HrmwtivIHi! Leaded a committee of six, which will contact private utilities officials JUKI attempt to obtain an agreement whereby each "H v mav cbtain TVA current "Individually our cities would b: rnnhlf 10 withstand the endless litigation which would be forced on us l.y the private utilities If we Irlfd lo defy them and contract for TVA power." Reid said "bin by banding together I \ K - lleve we can make them listen lo rfason." • The committee was named at- a muss meeting attended last itl°ht by mayors of tlie dozen cities They were told by Will Gerber Memphis city attorney, to make mi offer to buy the distribution plants of lite private utilities and if Ihe offers were turned down lo build municipal systems Cllies represented were Jackson Heimlne. Hmnboldt, Whitevillo l hills. Medina, Brownsville. Rlp- ]py. Henderson, Mason, Mercer nnd Gadsden. Jackson already has ronlracled for TVA power and is hi'ildlng n municipal distribution sy.slcm. Big Lake Levee Project Within Few Days Government engineers have at>- 1-rovoil a levee project of Drainage DMriel 17 for the east levees "oi tit mid south of. Big Lake The completion of me project which will cost about S6000 and "''" cl1 . «'"< bo done with teams rind labor under, a genera! contract, will give temporary relief from Ihe high water. John W Meyer, district engineer, said to- f'iiy. The job, which is slated'to lie-in in about 15 days, will con- fume a month's time. i.^!'' 9 m IS* farmers in the dls- 1.1P, wil. be benefited as the ruin yajiliMl' levees and weakened l>v i-rcvions high waters will nt revaired so that if there is more hi«h water later in the spring Hit '.''*".''* W1 , u !» '» good condition to V.llMnnd the flood. It was stated Rev. H. LynrTwWe's Brother Dies Tuesday •Pnneral services will be lield at \ellville. Ark., tomorrow or Sunday for Ernest V. Wade, brother oi the Rev. H. Lynn.Wade, pastor of inn Methodist, church. Tile Rev, Mr. Wade went, to Yellvllie iw-sday lo be with liis brother who died that, nig | lt . af i el . llflv i ng >i«m stricken witb paralysis A native of Yellville. Mr ' Wade was 54 years of age. He is survived by n daughter, who lives at Hot Springs, another who resides in (he stale of Washington and who " enrettte lo Yeiivllle. a son, who lives at home, a sister, Mrs J n eiine of Tempn. Arb... and another bwllier, J. c. N. Wade, of Menu. ' SEEK JCESniP 31ytheviIIe Municipal Judge Is CancliclaJe For County Judge jl:dse or ' the court, today (he courier News to make formal announcement 'of his candidacy for the Democratic notn- lsslss 'PPi ™t,nt y and at the August primary. Hit-Ran Motorist's Trail Remains Covered No has been found of the hit and run molorisl wliose car fatally wounded Bobbie Lee Espi ivoza, tu-o year old 'Spanish child wlio died at the Blytheville lios- pilal Tuesday morning, five hours nflcr he was struck by a car as he was crossing the street In front of the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Esptea, 318 South Division street. Officers went to southeast Msi- souri points yesterday on a tip. which proved baseless., W€(LL U T€LL —YOB' BTC BURNS __ The other day I was slttiii' in on what they call a story conference nt one of Ihe studios and they were putting the different Jokes and gags In their technical classification. Some were oral gags; some sight gags; some situation gags; etc. I was kinda stumped because I don't believe in bcin' loo technical. If a thing's runny, It's jest funny mid It spoils It to try to classify It. . For Instance, one of the funniest things I've found out here Is n bunch of men with indigestion from ovcrntln', slttln' around, hollerln* about payln' Income* taxes, Hlythcvllle Dully News Mississippi Valley Leader Court Suspends Order Fixing Minimum Prices WASHINGTON. T^eb. II. nj|.,_ Die United Slates circuit court f appeals today signed orders •mporarily suspending minimum inters established Dec. jy |, v ,,,„ national bituminous coal commission lor m railroads and >wn mining companies. Hilling that sufficient showings of injury hud lieen mail(> (0 w ,^. •nut temporary suspension of iho niniinimi prices, me court siay,.;i *pl cation of UK- oilce selu-diiies Ptndlng hnal judicial review o 0 j"mi-i;ij levit Hie legality of the minium. "laclelphiu Magisl r n Releases Pair'To Ni Voik Aiitliorilios ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ARKANSAS, FK1UAY, KKHHUAHY 11, 1938 Diplomatic Session SINGLE COPIES FIVE CBNTI « UP .™° P'wecdiiigs Ix'forc iiragi*. ate Nathan A. Beifel. who s»t i "Two me", ° I S30 °' 000 ca(:h ' Ol '•These men n ,- e released lo New York authorities." fieifel sol/ 'Take (hem away" a Assistant District Attorney chns '-''^rL^ 1 " 01 detectives returning Davis nnd Wcnberg to Manhattan said ' am satisfied." ' Judge Henderson, who is 37 years Iclpal judge In April, 1935 itl us first race for a public office e .coming-, here in 1927. Prior lo election to tlie oBice lie wns a practicing attorney, withdrawn," from the law firm of Reid. Evraid and Henderson \vhen elected. Judge Henderson was chairirian of Uie recent Red Cross roll call for the Chlckasawba district of Mis- iissippi county. His friends state that he is well qualified for the ini|x>rtnnt position of director oi tlie county's public affairs, by temperament, juridical experience and business ability. Advises Thai Niwy Not Defend 'Oilier Com lines' WASHINGTON. l-vu. II. i '<ii' fipiiprnl Johnson Hiinood, 'lsiioken retired tumy ollicerl s'i'ced before tin' houi.o isavnl l'"'alr'- rollimillro trduv that n;t- ' i>nl di-ieuse and .M'curky uf lilt- intry ni'i- IK-IIIK made n pom]. f.'iil tort ball. A|.|]iMirliit; us (hi 1 roiiiiiilitfe t><>- ' un tilt third rtnv of hearing wil-j "•(.M In opprjs ; '!:in in tli,' {«0:i,'Od COD program lit! a an nor c"iiti . imvv be used only lo to- Unllc-J Htat.'s ami not A lew minutes earlier ((,<• com-' imtliv voted. M to :>.. ayalnsl at irplimi by Representative Ralph Brewer ill™, MI'.I to .summon Ar- tlnir Krock. New York Times cor- iispondent. lirew.sler had ilemami- cd thai Krock be called to testify on .'icnrci-s of an .ii-licla 'n which, lie assert-.d lhat tlie Unit- id Stales and Cirnu Britain linve a "winking understanding," whereby their navies would supplement cnch other in case of war. The hearing.'! progressed among wide range developments on nrma- inents and foreign policies. Mr. Roosevelt at his press conference declined to answer questions aboul American foreign policy or whether this country would mnke any gesture toward world disarmament. Al (lie same lime it was disclosed Hint he lias nsk- rd congress lo add $16,880.000 to Ills previously submitted budget request of about $500.000.000 for 1830 fiscal year war department expenditures. Flying Instructor Is Killed In Air Crash SAN ANTONIO, Tex.. Feb. n. (UP)—LI. Richard D. McCloskcy, 20, of Tamaqira. Pa., Kelley Held Hying instructor, was killed today when liis plane collided with another, 2.000 feet above Kelley field, and crashed. LI. Marvin P. Stalder, pilot of the other ship and- also, an . Instructor ill-the army advance flying school, was not Injured and landed his plane. The plans ivere PT-S models, regular, army pursuit ships, The flyers. :With four other air corps officers, were on a routine practice flight over the Held. Corey's Beer Parlor Is Again Burglarized Charles Corey's beer parlor, allroud and Ash streets, was bur- jlarlzed last night for the second lime within two weeks. Like the first time, a penny cigarette machine tt'as stolen nnd last ngiht, five packages of cigarettes and one-half box of cigars were stolen, Police Chief E, A. Rice announced prints of the burglar As ,, guest at recent .exercises in a Parkin,, Ju-Jntw school, ap^, Ambassador suglimm, demonstrated to the students that he has os none of his experlness h, (| lr j., |)li;lese ,„,,,„„„, hi]Sir« iivLn/>lMlr, I.. i n L.. ..... ' >ni«'i*- The alhlelic diplomat is principle Is lo pictured above, attired in traditional Judo costume, ""about' to (he Instructor over bis shoulder. tOfS W. W. "Buddy" Watson Announces Candidacy For County Office | today, j Finger Australians never be con- a question lias never been considered here or at the empire con- "erences at Ixmdon. Tarzan's Away, Lupe Will Play Small Negro Building. Is Destroyed By Fire A shack in the rear of a negro's house nt. 123 Matthews street was destroyed . by fire this afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock. The flames, which started from a grass fire, spread rapidly lo the small barn. Damage is estimated al $25. It was fun tor all-look at Ihe happy laugh—when Actor Rowland Leigh planted a fond farewell kiss on!the cheek of Lupa Velez, as shown above, when they arrived in New York, where Lupe Is to appear in a play, iornd Lupe's spouse, "Tarzan" Johnny Weissrmiller, was nowhere about when this picture .was snapped. about Wew Cotton NEW YORK, Feb. 11. (fjpi- Cotton closed steady today. open high low claw Mar ...... 873 873 May ...... 882 July ...... 883 Oct. ...... 890 Dec ....... 891 Jan ..... .. 893 883 689 895 893 898 867 877 881 883 892 894 398 900:i Spots closed steady al 881. up 2. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Feb 11 <up) -Cotton futures closed steady today, up two to five points open high low claw M" 887 887 883 m SSv :::::: ^ ? 90 »° •» Oct 901 Dec 903 Jan 908 Formal announcement of his cadidacy for Ihe Democralic nomi- nation for Mississippi county tax assessor was made todnv bv W w f'O>!,lr]..<l lrr_. __' . ^ .•: ('Buddy" Watson, who, lives six west of Osceplii ......... , Mr. Watson, son of W. W. Wat- tni> sr.. well known Mississippi county resident, lias fanned near Osceolu for Hie past nine years and prior lo that time was a deputy under sheriff James A. Bass here for more than a year. He was born and reared near Leachvllle and taught school for three years. Mr. Watson Is married and has eight children. In a statement today Mr. Watson said he expected to make a personal campaign in behalf o f his candidacy. He said.- if elected, he would devote his- time toisthc ofllce lo Ihe end Ihnt property owners would obtain a fair and Impartial assessment. To Keep Brockelhurst Chained Until Execution TUCKER PRISON FARM. Ark., Feb, 11. (UPl-Lcster Blockelhurst, who musl die in Ihe eleclric chair March 4 for Die hllclj-hike slay- Ing of Victor A. Gates, Little Rock, was reported more cheerful today, but prison officials said he would remain chained until his execution. Brockelhurst wns chained several days ai>o nnd Ihe guard around his cell doubled after he made an attempt to hang himself. He has repeatedly boasted that he would not die in the electric chnfr [UPtlN OF Rice-Stix Garment Factorv irii •»«. . J Holds "Open House" On Thursday There were approximately 850 men. women and children of Blytlic- villc who visited the new Rlce-SUx factory yesterday afternoon when a "Visiting Day" was held by the Conlmgcnl T e n s e 'As Kvents Move Swiflly In Many Counlri<!s II) Unlti-ii I'ross -Secretary of stun.' cordell Jlull's rt'iiiiirk on Wednesday that Ihe pc'o- I'h' ot Ihe whole world "hnve tho Jlllers" wns s,lrlkhiRly Illustrated In Kin-one today us Ihe whole un- p<isy continent H'Cthed with rumors ul unroll, in llu> Uenniiu ami)', trouble In Aiistitu. troop inovemeiils In Italy «iid Ihe course of (lie loynl dictatorship In rtoumnnln The German Mtunllon wns clnrl- tled by n slntctuent of Dr. Olio Olelrleh, Nn?.l press chief, who told Hie United Press by telephone from Adolf Hitler's Oni'nrinn mountain rctrenl, llml (lie army Is nulel tlie Ormtm borders nre open nnd Unit Hitler Is in good health. Some Nn/ls quarters admitted there wns n natural feeling of un- cerlalnly nnd unrest in tin. 1 nrmy because nf the recent shakeup of oniccrs but said it did not extend beyond thai. In Iloiimanla King Carol eslab- Ished n royal dictatorship, under Ihe nrmy nnd a slnle of seise after Premier Octavia Oogn's iintl-Jew- Ish government had been forced out. Clogn retired with Ihe bitter declaration: 'Tsriiel, yoli are victorious!" In Austria the government Increased the term ot compulsory mll- Itniy service from one year lo 18 months to enable the government lo retain ninny men In service In cnse oMWNl. Rome strongly denied persistent rumors thai Iwo or three Ilallnn divisions had been sent lo the Brenner puss frontier because of reports of Imminent trouble In Auslrln. , .>! , ..... 6 .«^"f nu.i nciu uy [nC '••.•m Chamber of- Commerce and the "' Stock Prices NEW YORK. Feb. 11. <up, Trading on the slock exchange lo- day was the dullest In more than two years and prices fluctuated narrowly. The net result was that practically un- Ihe market was changed. A. T. & T. ... Anaconda Cop. Assoc. D. G. Beth. Steel . -. 901 907 910 911 895 901 903 908 000 906b D09b 911 Spots closed steady at 900, up 2. Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS. Ill jv b 11 (UP l—Hogs: receipU, 6000 ' Top. 9.00. ' ' Heavy weights, 8.65-885 Light weights. 7.00-800 ' Bulk sows, 6.75-7.10 ' ' Cattle: receipts, 1,200 Steers, 8.50-7.25. Slaughter steers, 5.75-8T; ^ Mixed yearlings, heifers. 6.00- Slaughter heifers, 550-8WI Beef cows, 5.00-575 ^Cullers and low cutters, 3.75- 133 1-3 32 7 55 3-8 28 1-2 , ' - .10 j-<i Chrysler 5S ,.4 Cities Scrv j 3.4 39 7-8 34 1-8 GJ 1-2 33 1-2 Gen. Mot.' Int. Harvest Montgomery Ward N. Y. Cenlral .... Packard factory. . . Included In those who viewed the 160. women nnd girls, ns they went about their work of cuttliii, and sewing men's shirts and pajamas, were members of the rflolary club. who went In a group'follnwlng- the luncheon meeting, nnd several classes from the cltv's schools Although the building was filled with visitors throughout the afternoon, there was not a single accident. according to Jack Thro superintendent. This was the first time the public had been allowed Id visit (lie factory since It wns opened last November. Any group caring to go through lhe..p!ant must first obtain permission as arrangements must be mode before hand, Mr. Thro snld today. Tlie factory, which Is Ihe only one of Its kind in this section, opened wllii n crew of len women and girls, after the building had been creeled with funds raised by Ihe Chamber of Commerce. The Rlcc- Stix company, of St. Louis, leased the building for ten years, with tlie agreement Ihal sererul hundred workers will be employed after Ihe plant Is In full operation. Seeks $10,000 From Manila Stave Company Obcrt Wood has filed suit in circuit court here against the itfanila Stave company, seeking $10.000 for personal Injuries sustained while working for the company and which he alleges resulted from negligence of Us foremen. Wood's hand was crushed and permanently injured on Nov 20 1937. he slates. Vlrgl! Greene Is his attorney. State To Abandon One Car Tag Plan LITTLE HOCK. Ark,. Feb. 1 I.- Arkansas' practice, of Issuing one license plate for automobiles will be abandoned next year In favor of "wp. license plates, Oov.' Carl E. Bailey lias-announced, '- ..*.-... • Although u state law requiring tile use of both front and rear license jilalcs hns never been repealed, revenue department officials began Issuing one tag for each car as an economy measure early In the administration of Clov j M Futrell. The state now manufactures its own automobile license .tags nt a plant at the state penitentiary," Qov. Bailey said. "They cost only a few cents each and we can afford lo supply each automobile owner with two lags—front and rear—In 1039." Phillips Pel Radio Schenly Dlst. Simmons 4 3-4 38 6 5-8 23 3-4 20 ]-4 Eocony Vac 15 3-4 Sid. Oil N. J 4S t . 2 Texas Corp 401-2 Claim Westward Drive Of Japanese Checked SHANGHAI. Feb. .11. lUP) — Chinese claimed today that the westward advance of Japanese troops had been checked at Scn- r- - - "Poo. on the central front where ii -i-4 Chinese forces repulsed Ihe J.ip- "- 1 nnese vanguard. It was claimed also (hat the Chinese had made a successful counter attack against Hwaiyuan from the west after consolidating their positions. Administrator's Aid To Teachers Discussed 'How An Administrator Can "cln a Teacher to a More Efficient Method of Teaching" was the program subject for the meeting of the county superintendents and principals last night when Burdette was host to the organization here, Mrs. L. B. Hubbard, of Lcach- vllle, discussed the subject from the viewpoint of a high school teacher and Miss Sue Whlpple, of Kelser, from the standpoint of an elementary teacher. Before Ihe meeting, the group had dinner nt the Palace Cnfe and adjourned to tlie court house for the business session. U wns decided that the county basketball tournamenl would be held al Shawnee sometime tills month. The exact date will be nnnouiice'd later. The forty members and guests present represented the following schools: Osceola, Luxorn, Blythe- vllle, Gosnell, Shawnee. Carson, Manila, Yarbro. Dell. Wilson. Kel- scr, Burdctte. Etowah. Leachvllle and Blackwater. Thursday's 76 Degrees Record February High lilyl]]C\'llle's high temperature of 15 degree: yestcnlny was tho highest nmilt registered on a R'briiai'y day since UIR official weather recordings wore started In 1027, Tin: mortis show thnt there HIV nsunlly a fiw warm dnyi; rli your In this uiojilii but llwiv has never been n day so warm t\s jt'sii'rdiiy. Today, at twu o'clock, the ivcord promised to be slmtln-i'd with the thermometer ulii'iuly at '10 (togri't's. .Vacation In Mareh In WASHINGTON, Kcb. 11. (UP)- 'n'sldi.'nl lioosn'ell Is i-onsldei Ins mld-Miuch vacation in tlie south biirrlni; any foreign or domestic crisis It wns li-nrned lod'iy. While llu> president | s "just talking nboiit It" and lins made no decision, dose friends believed that he will seek at least 10 days of Florida sunshine somcl line next month. It wns pxpcclrtl that If lie il«- cldcti upon (lie trip ho will board the yacht I'olomnc ill .101110 Flor- ItlB port for n leisurely cruise in tropical waters. Ciimcv Overrules Point of Order Against Contra-, vcrsui) Clause •". Marion 'Cashier Had Quit Before His Suicide, Official Reveals MARION, Ark., Feb. 11. (UP)— William B. Rhodes resigned -tu cnsliler of Ihe Bniik of Marlon about 30 minutes before ho .shot himself to -rfeath hist Saturdaj night, Albert. Sfms,\ Btalu bank examiner, reveMed today. Rhodes' reslgnnllcni had buei (Icinantled by auditors'of lh'6 Federal Dciioslt Insurance corporation who hud' already slartcd an audit of the bank's accounts, Sims said. Sims hinted thnt the examination of n bank's affairs by P. D. I. C. auditors was not routine us reported by other officials of tlie Institution. •"Stale cxanilncra went over Ihe bank's records lost December and found Hint loans hud been extended too fnr." he said. "We filed reports with F. D, I. c. office. 1 ; jil Washington nnd si. Louis mid It wns probably on thnt account lhal federal auditors were sent here." The bunk hns been closed since Monday. Officials of the have given assurance Hint depositors would suffer no losses. WASHTNOTON, Feb. 11 (tlP)-i Vice President Jolm Nance Oarner- lodny overruled a |)oi«t of order raised against revisions mado by. Hie sennle aiitl house conferees tci' the JUcNary-Bolieaii amendment ot- llio farm hill. ,: • ••'." The point of order wns raised by senators from western Jlvestock stntcs who contended lhat revisions wade In (ho amendment would re-' suit in now competition to .livestock, poullry anil dairy farhVer.v 'Jliey declared th a t .Identical' amendments were placed In the iiouse and senate bills and that Ihe conferees hod no authority lo revise tho provisions. , Had llcvlwil Amendment . Garner held tho conferees had authority to make revisions because Micr. tlie senate received the bill from the house all except the enactment clauso. was stricken out mid tho sonntc bill substituted for consldcmtlon, . . Sennle and house conferees re- flscd tho amendments which orlg- nally prohibited the sale of com- iiodllles produced on land diverted, 1 from the production of crops, in-eluded lu the program, to )>ermlt-B. 'normal" supply of dairy cattle to be maintained on the land, The revIscU'section also provided lhat If livestock and poultry interests /ell tho new competition was Injurious they could appeal to tlio secretary of agriculture for an-lti^ vcstlgnllon. Would Allow Mailing Of Samples oi Liquor WASHINGTON, Feb. 11, — Tho house postofBcc committee today recommended legislation which would permit the sending of liquor samples through the jnoll. Committee members explained foreign countries could send such samples Into this country under International postal regulations although domestic dealers .were prohibited, from mailing. Hiclr samples. ' . : • - -- Tlie. proposed legislation '.would prohibit mailing of samples Into slates whose laws mnke the snlo of liquor Illegal. Gets Seven Years For Slaying^)! His:Wife LONOKE, Ark., Feb. 11. _ Jee High. -17. former postmaster at Pel- lus. Lonoke county, indicted on a first degree murder clmrge-bi connection wlU^.the death of'his wife at their 'rfqtjjVDecember- 9,.'was convicted of manslaughter and his punishment fixed nt seven years in the ijcnltenltnry by n Jury. In cir- i 'Marrying J. P/ to Incorporates S. Smell .'.'.'.'.' 55 S. Stffl 53 1-4 Cliicapo Wheat May Jul. open 911-2 high low 941-2 close 945-8 903-4 907-8 903-8 901-2 Chicafjn Corn May Jul close Insurance Salesman Tells Of Robbery POPLAR BLUFF, Mo.. Feb 11 Burl Davis, Caruthersvllle. Mo. insurance salesman, told Sheriff A. F. Stanley of New Madrid yester- uay lhal he HT»S abducted by two men and a woman Wednesday night, held captive- for three hours, and then robbed of $135 company money and his auloniobllc. Ife said Hie woman flagged him to a slop and that the two men then appeared. Oil Derricks May Dot Gaspe Peninsula Soon QUEBEC. (UP) —The scenic Gaspe peninsula soon may be converted Into n pincushion of oil derricks. Definlle traces of oil have been found on the peninsula, according to Mgr. F. X. Ross, Roman Catholic Bishop of Oaspe. Geologists have been In daspe almost a year investigating the possibility of oil production. A. O. Dufresne. Quebec director of mines, recently revealed that the provincial government Is "Indirectly interested" In the outcome of tlie elimination of structural conditions In the peninsula. Sues for Divorce Lorenzo Campbell has filed suit In chancery court against Mrs. iVtattte Florence Campbell asking for a divorce on the ground of Indignities. Virgil Greene Is attorney for Campbell. cult court here tonight. .. l The Jury deliberated n little more j Ihnn an hour before arriving at a ' verdict. High had testified that lie did not remember any of the events that occurred Immediately before the Wiling. The last lie remembered, lie declared, wns buying six pints or .wine nnd starling home. The next lie could rccnll, according to his testimony, was waking up next morning In the county Jnll.- 1 Civic Pride Aroused; City Is Called Village CLEVELAND, (UP)— Suburban Euclid became a city seven years ugo, but Cleveland F nlhvay Company street cars slill carried d2S- trnation signs which read: "Euclid. Village." Euclldan? ; became. indignant.' . •'•"'' '" That wns the' vc-'hspli'' Mayoi- Kcnnelh J. Sims wrot>i' the company, asking t!'.at the signs be made to read' "City of'Eu'cIUt" Sharp County Issues Tax Receipt .To Grecian EVENING 9HADE,;!Ark. (UP1 — Sharp county yearly issues a tax receipt to a Grecian, according to Sheriff and Collector Adam '< Hu- Ictt. . ... '. 'j. Tlie receipt, mailed;, recently, was sent to one Gus Spain'id tho following address: "•• '"'• "Megali Montrfer, Avion,: . "Lakanlas, Greece." ' . The George R, Hart Marriage parlors, Inc., soon will make ft 'possible to be married by a corporation In St. Charles, Mo., U plans pi Mr. Hart, above, go through. The "Marrying Jiu- tlce," who has united more than 6003 couples in the last three years, says St Louts business men will give him financial aid •in Incorporating. He recently, had bis Justice license revoked but continue* in business be* Cause be is also M) ordained pilnlsler..—-•-•-- -.. * Four Are Fined Oil Drunkenness 'Chaf ges Four persons charged with public drunkenness were each fined $10 or forfeited bonds of that amount In municipal court today. WEATHER .^Arkansas—Partly cloudy, llttlo change In teiflperature tonight and Saturday. ••'..- ' ''•• Memphis ••.'ithd-'-vteintty — Partly loudj' tonight and' Saturday, not much cliange in temperature; low- csat femiwra lure' tonight, IS to 62,

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