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'<•• \ Served bit the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THK DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NOBTHEA ST ARKANSAS AND 6OUTHKAST M1SSOUIU HOMEHimON VOL. XXIX—NO. 175 Biytiieville Dally News. ulythevtlle Herald, m VTlii.MMi r i.' \uifAV«to junvnvv nfi-nni.M) in io,'!<> Mississippi valli-y Leader. Blytheville Courier. ISM I IH'.VlLUv, ARKANSAS, MON'IMV PC IOHKR 111, 19.J2 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS EL INSULL UNDER ILE Anrrnr IN GREECE Turns Back on a Million IB HIE Hoover Will Speak a Cleveland In Effort to! Win Ohio. \ WASHINGTON, Oct. 10. (UP>—.; President Hoover will speak in Cleveland, O.. next Saturday night, the White House officially announced today. The announcement said thai th? president's speech would be delivered in the auditorium at Cleve- | land the night of Oct. 13. It will b2 the second mnjor political address ir. the president's personal campaign for re-election. The fivsi. was delivered at Des Moln?s last Tuesday. By RAYMOND CLAPPER United Press Stuff C'orrcsnontlrnt WASHINGTON. O=t. 10. (UP)— Political managers on bolh sides believe the presidential election will be decided by a block of 100 electoral votes in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin. President Hoover thinks this gm;p so Important that the While House made known over ir.B week-end that he will make his next major campaign speech in Ohio. Feeling Is Anti-Hnover He carried all five states lour years ago, but confidential reports to the United Press regarding conditions in these states now assort that a large number of voters are disappointed and are registering Democratic. Some of the reports assert that the feeling is more anti- Hoover than pro-Roosevlt. Economic questions dominate the reports with o:ily some incidental attention to prohibition. i ' The intensity of the fight In f Ohio is ,repealed by. 'the, fuel' that V' President "'Hoover Is" to" make his next major campaign speech tr.ere in a last ditch fight to save the state. Postmaster General Waller Brown who managed the presidenl's pre- convantion campaign and who was lo have been an important figure in the national campaign, since has been compelled to spend much time 1 Delores Rey. movie player, turned her back on a million Sun-erne Court Will Hear Ar-ni' 1 of Negroes From Death Sentence. WASHINGTON'. Oct. 10 (UP) — The entire capllol police force, including reserves, \\as on duty today as preparations were niadu for possible disturbances In connection with siiprvmc court arguments In the Scollsboro, Ala., assault case. The case is that of eight ne- groes convicird and M-'iilenccd ' to death for assault upon two white girls whom they found riding' In a freight ca'.- ni-ur Scollsboro Alabama. CiiFtii'n Stevens Gnash, head of the cnpitol police, said he has received definite Information that a demonstration WHS planned biu\ that lie had called out nil his men as a precautionary measure. The capilol police unit was re- cnforccd by 25 olficcrs of the j mctionolilan police department under the command of Inspector Albert Hcadley. Long before the swinging black duors of the courtroom were opened lo the public a mien formed outside. The majority were nc?- jjrccs. Others In line were Identified as smypalhlzers with the Scollsboro defendants. Among those to join the line Inter was Mis. Mary Mooney, mo' iher of the Jailed California labor dollars (leader. Jim Reed Will Speak at Des Moincs Tonight DEK MOINKS, lowii. Oct. 10 (U •—From I lie plntlarni from which I'rcslueiH Hoover niiiilv Ills fli'St :|:nvh of lilt I'J'Ja i':imp:il[!ii lasl week. fryint'i 1 Smalm 1 vlumi'S 1 A. Ural lonlslil will Blvi- lo lows voU'i.s the Dcmucr.Uie answer lo Die Republican c.imllcl.iii 1 '.-! nd- clriss. An iiudieiH'e us Inii'.r as Hull which packed tin 1 c'HliM'iim lo lie-ai- 1'ruKklenl Hoover k I'xpect t« hear Ihc llt'iy Missouri M' Icr's address. Mayoral Nominee No \Vise-( back when she left Larry Funk, divorce notion in Cleveland. orchestra leader, he revealed in a -Funk's petition said his wife was "money-mad and wouldn't go with anyone unless he had a million." Then Funk revealed that his wile lacked foresight, tor he has, inherited "enough to put me in the millionaire class." he said. Miss Rey and the back she' turned arc shown above. In Ohio prodding forces. his own state Roosevelt to Visit South ALBANY, N. Y., Oct. 10. (UP)— Franklin D. Roosevelt plans to complete arrangements today for his second campaign tour, on;.' that cali^ for a swing through the south starting October 17. He will conler after arriving this afteuiccn , from Hyde Park, his home, with Chairman Farley of the Democratic national committee. Th? campaign tour will be thc-cbbf topic of discussion. The governor talked with several yesterday including Husy P. Lon? of Louisiana, who declared that the south was safe for Roosevelt. According to U:e tentative sche-- u!e drawn by Roosevelt and F.u- ley, the B?nio';ratic presidential candidate will leave New York city the midnight of Oct. 17, with a speech scheduled in Baltimore toe next day. From Baltimore it Is imderstosd the Roosevelt special train will proceed to Ralcls'n. N. C.. arriving Oct. 19. reaching Atlanta. Ga'., that j night. R-cs'tivelt will be in Warm ,) Springs. Ga.. Oct. 20 and 21: Si. \ LoniF. Mo.. Oct. 22; Saringfclj, III.. Oct. 23: Wh3elin?t W. Va.. and Pittsburgh, Pa.. Oct 2-1: Buffalo Rochester and Albany. Oct. 25. The week-end of Oct W and 30 Roos:velt plans to spend at Groton. Mass.. where his vomwit son. John, is in school. The following Mondnv, Oct. 31. he expects to be In Boston. MIMWS HFE Packing Plant Burglarized for Second Time This Year. Approximately S123 in cash '.vos stolen from the King Matthews packing house, south First street, ast night in the first safe robbery Japanese Ambassador Will Return to U. S. Decision Against Commissioner Not Actually Entered Yet Says Attorney OSUEOLA. Ark , Oct. 10—Wliclli- cr or not J. Williams, of Oscroln, member of the stale highway ccminisslon, will appeal from decision of Chancellor Alvtu S. Iriiy of Wnlmil Ridge In the suit filed against him by Gravel'.e Construction company, will depend on what the decision is, uci-'ud- ing to G. B. Scgrnves, local al r loincy reprcscntlm; Mr. Williams. The opinion of Judge Trby awarding the Gravclle company a Judgment (or qitolccl ill urday, was not a final decree, bul merely a memorandum of his findings as to the facts nn:l rullnR as lo the law In the case arrived at after n first hearing two week; ago. Mr. Segr.ivcs said. It Is customary for the trlu Judge to send such n mcmornn di'in lo attorneys followliiif sub mission of a case, after which fur ther argument may be made b attorneys tor either or*, hath par tics to' the law' suit before a flna decree 'is ' rendered, ..Mri- Scgr'nve explained. Further argument on iiolnls law Involved in the Cravcllc v 53.005.-SO, which was press dispatches Sut- herc in same time. Ltast March $300 wias removed from the same safe after thieve.' had hauled it away from t'r.e paclt- ing house in a true:: and off the outer door. The outer door was never replaced after the safe was recovered. Only an inner door has protected the contents of the slcel box since the March robbery. The door has no combination lock and is opened by key. This door was opened last night by key, police who investigated, declared. Police Chief A. D. Gwyn said this morning that a complete investigation would be made. He de- lined to comment on -the casa mill the Investigation is finished. The robbery last spring was con- essed by one man. who implicat- cl Iwo others. Jack Ford pleaded :uil!y to a part in the rotbery and icceptcd a three year term In th? ,tate penitentiary. He implicated Forrest "One Round" Chisholm and TOKYO, Tuesday, Oct. U (UP) —Katsuji Debuchi, Japanese ambassador lo Washington, who was recalled to Japan two months ago, will return to America soon, it was authoritatively learned today. The ambassador will leave Tokyo late in November. When he left. Washington in August it was understood that he was called to Tokyo to discuss with governmental heads the attitude of America toward Japan's invasion of Manchuria. There were rumors that he would not return to his diplomatic post. Lulti'cll Goes lo Trial for Four Murders ul Lcpan'u Ciirmval. HAlUllHliUHCi. Ark., Oct. 10. IUI>>— Hugh l.uttiell, 41. lo i go to trial here today on inimlor charges in Ihc slaving of four m.'ii during U10 l.epanlo rarnlviil massacre llnVc y;ais ago. I.ultii'll, said lo be the leader ol | a gang 111 tills county, Is chnr^od th having sent his men to the I'Hivnl with orders lo "wlpo out" ic so-called Clyde Keller HIIIII. Is rivals. Keller, Dlackle Williams, Walter obbs and Dock Laulcrmllk, wtr;- tied hi thu 8>m buttle lit the car- vrtl. J. W. Poole ;n\s brought here oduy to testily in the trial of hiude Roach, charged with the iirdcr of Ijiwicnce A ; IJnrvcy, a line for which Poole 1ms serve;! '• x months in prison. Roach may H» to trial tomorrow, oolu was brought fnvi_ the Hlnle :nltentlnry at Llttlu Uock wreie was taken Sunday from Tucker risen farm. Polnsclt county officials siild Itioy 'ould seek a pardon vfor Poolc af- er I hey Kiilhereil evidence lhal led o the Indlriiiicnt lust week o[ ((inch for the crime for vvh|i;h "oolc pleiuled guilty. Harvey's wife, who Imrt bci'ii divorced from I'oslc, was Indicted wllh Pool? for Hie slaying, but. the charges worn dismissed .nualnsl her nsl week. PoUc hail been. Riven a :cn year .rcnlcncc. Deputy Sheriffs and Constable Arrest 20 in Crap Mr. Wllllmns' attorney before Judi Game at \Vhitton. OSCEOLA, Ark., Oct. 10—A cot- tcn truck served as a patrol wagon Sunday afternoon to bring 20 transient cotton pickers from Wliitton to Osccola, where they were placed in the county Jail charged wllh gambling. The game was going on In a little clearing by Ihe side of the road nboul- 2 o'clock Sunday af- leinoon when Chief Deputy Sher- ilT Hale Jackson, deputies C. C. liowcn and Jess Grcer and Con- Irby this week, alter which a flna decree will IK rendered, fro which the defendants may or ma not appeal, according lo terms c the decree. Mr. Segravcs said. Mr. Williams, former prcsldcn of the Bank of Osccola, was SUE jointly with N. E. DeCnmp, torn cr foreman for Gravclle Constru tion company, and R. II. Bowdc Mississippi county farmer, in Intervention filed nt Osceola the Gravcllcs In the chance court, proceedings nf the alfnl of the defunct Bank of Osceoln The suit charged manipulation Aclion Will Pave Way for His Extradition to United Slates. 3uiTOjinl2 Judge John-P. O'lirlen . . the Democrats' choice [or mayor ot the nation's largest city. ATHKNS, Oreeee, Oct. 10 (UP)— Samuel Insull, former Chicago ulllltU's magnate, was arrested hero ((day niter a hasty Irlp to Greece from Italy.. i Imull, It WHK understood, will ! rloporled lo nnolhcr country lor extradition lo face embcralc- nenl'clinriieu In tho United Stales. He came U> Greece where provisions tor extradition between the Greek and American govcrmnenls arc not completed. ExlrnilUlun \r. carried on through diplomatic reprcscntallvcs of coiin- Irlcs rcqucsllnx It. This Is not possible under oxlsling relations between Greece and the TJnltcd Stales, bill consular rcgulallorLS provided for Insillt'e arrest and deportallon to a country from where Cook county, III., authorises enn bring him liome. I'robe Hourcc of Funds , CHICAGO, Oal. 10 tUl>)—Tho United Press learned loday that tho ernnd Jury and the slate's attorney's olfice were Investigating a rc|K)i-t that Samuel Insnll, Jr., took $15,000 to Ills father when he visited ths elder Insull In Paris. Committee Plans to Get Active Drive Underway This Week. Appeals to High Court in Tennessee Fight WASHINGTON, Oct. 10 (UP) — The supreme court was asked to intervene in the Tennessee reap- porlionment fight when counse for Charles clay James today In- Flituted mandamus proceedings fcrce Federal Judge Taylor Knoxvllle lo convene a three-judge statutory court to pass on the validity cf the net. •Tntnes, through Attorney Johi N ral. contends the act dlvidin; 'he stair's ten district. 1 ; Into nliv ' s Invalid In not complying with requirements for an even distribution of population. OS SJRIpGKITS Use Bayonets and Tear Gas in Dispersing Men, Women and Children. stable Shell Harrison plunged Intnjof funds ol Die Gravclle company TAYLORVILLE. 111.. Oct, iO .(U P)—Charging 1.500 men, women and children massed to prevent reopening of a mine here, Illinois national guard soldiers today compelled them to retreat and seek refuge in nearby houses. Bayonets, and smoke and tear gas bombs were used by the soldiers to clear a. path through the the middle of it. There had keen reports oi fighi- ing earlier in the day, n coat on ground nearby had pockets lied with Italp pinls of coca cola attics of liquor, but nobody blmed the coal, .10 i blanket Irarges of gambling were filed igainst the pickers, whose dice ^ime the olficers Interrupted. The uen will be given separate trials cday. The wave of lawlessness which wtvaded Whltton. Chelford and iirdsong Isst fall with the advent f transient cctton pickers will not be tolerated again tills year, Shell Harrison said, and the law will be enforced against all violators. 'aul "Monk" Hutledge. ex-convicts, j picket force for miners reporting ind they were indicted for burg- f or work. ary. Cr.lsholm eluded officers for The pickets first retreated to several months but was finally yards of striking miners homes captured at Haytl, Mo., and re-'then sought refuge In Ihc house: turned here. While in jail awaiting trial this fall his parole from the state penitentiary where he had while soldiers look op patrol duty outside. Streets in the vicinity wer been serving a term for burglary cleared and all persons orderc; was revoked and Chisholm was sent to keep moving. back to the penitentiary. Drive on Delinquent The pickets came here as a re stilt of a conference of strik I leaders al Oillespie Saturday t picket Pcabody Coal company mine on deposit in Hie Bank rl Osccola. find collusion between ' Mr. William^ and DcCamp to defraud lie Gravellcs, who wore engaged In .he completion of a road contract, n Wardcll-Whllton lload Improvement District, which originally wns awarded lo c Ihe firm of Ellis »t tewls. The' Gimellcs bought Ihe ccntraet. Mr. William'; contended that the funds were paid from the Gravelle company's account on the authorization of DcCamp. who was acling ns the company's agent, and were in fulfillment of Ihe original contract. Subscriptions lo stock In the proposed Blylheville Park corporation have already been received In the amount of $075, il wns announced Icday by Max n. Reid, chairman of Ihe commlUec in charge. The commillfc must have Sfi.OOO November 1 lo make the in- inl- payment, on the 33-:<crc Wnlk- r grove Irucl east, ot lowii, whlen proposes to make n public park • the cliy of Dlylhcvillc. The otal purchase price Is Sd/lMl but ic commitlcc has twelve months i which lo raise $-1.400 of that mount. Mr. Reid expressed •ell plciis:tl with nr in view cf the fact thai most f the subscriptions came in wlth- ut solicitation. He anil his com- lillce plan lo start the ncilvc drive or the $5,000 (his wce:<. All pcrsonr, wishing to subscribe _ _. p i i JJIVA.LU i i.vuuiiy v-udi "-"jin[jtni_y unnc taxpayers Has MartediNe. 58 which the company announced It would reopen today. Football ri.iycr COLUMBUS. O. (UP)—The. nv- "age football player at Ohio Stain F University Is 20. sis feet tall, weighs r35 pounds, and Is a junior. This "model" plaver represents the average taken from the entire football squad of 70 players. John McHnney, special deputy cnl rusted with the collection of] f '(ofsitlfl StOCk delinquent personal property taxes' in the Blytheville school district, hss starlcd a drive which he hopes will bring In excess of $20,000 Into school, city, county and state treasuries. Over 1,600 delinquents are being served with notices, and failures] to pay up within the ten crfs | Dwed will be followed promptly i by attachment and sale of personal belcngings for taxes, Mr. McHaney 100 Many of the notices have already been served and have brought a good response, he states, indicating that a very substantial part of the delinquent taxes v.-lll be collected. : A. T. and T Anaconda Copper 8 Auburn 371-4 Caterpillar Tractor 8 Chrysler 125-8 Cities Service 33-8 Coca Cola 90 1-8 Continental Baking — 41-4 General Electric 14 1-2 Gcncrnl Motors 12 Middlewest Utilities .... 3-3 Exhibit Basement Door at Trial of Puryear MEMPHIS, Oct. 10. (UP)—The basement door of the Stanley Puryear home was exhibited in court today at tiie trial ot Puryear, charged with murdering n negro. Will Jamieson, in an effort to hide the hacking to death of Purycar's wife and daughter. Puryear contends that Ihe negro broke into his home Ihrough Ihc buremcnt and entered the upper part of Ihc house through this door which he says was unlocked. The door was warped and would nol close and the key had been lost, the defense claims. Charles Burney, carp?nler w.'>- had removed, Ihe door from the basement gave the spectators a surprise In court when he could not open the door. It was locked. Will Open Drive {or Library Funds Tuesday Members of the bo.ird of directors of the Blythevllle Library association and other friends of the Institution start- the anniia Montgomery Ward Now York Central Packard 10 1-4 19 3 library membership campaign to iiorrow. They hope to obtain the equiva lent of 500 memberships nt S! each, which is the minimum nee cssary to keep the library opcr atlng. Cnfton NEW YORK, Oct. 10 (UP) — Cotton closed steady. Oct Dec Jan March May July McFall Market Robbed of Cigarettes, Candy open C51 C65 073 CM C92 100 high G51 GfiC G73 G84 G92 700 low e«9 651 G53 cas 675' G83 Clos•049 C54 GS1 C71 G80 si Spots closed at 665, unchiuigoc quiet. Contrast Betvveen Jimmy Walker o n cl Protmble Successor Is Marked. I By NKA Service ; NEW YOriK.—Judge John Pnl- jrlck O'Drlcn, plump, round-Jowlcd IgilK-I.IPlKd ^P oi\Worccs.lor, MBES., [promises' to"become ' New' Yd'rkV mail studious and philosophically minded mayor. •' j They'll lell yoii that whereas Jimmy Walker •»•»» a praclltlonor of life. Surrogate Judge O'Brlcn Is a student of life. His decisions have i Indicated n tolerance, a penetration and labnr which Is mcsl rare In political nnures. The Charlotte Flxol-Abe ErlaiiK- cr case decision for Instance has been pointed out as one "of the most civlllml documents" ot tho lime—n task which involved some EiO.OCO words nml held that a man and woman can live outside of wedlock when circumstances mak; marriage Impossible nnd when there I" "a proper blending of .sympathies." Fund of Ills Library The Democratic choice for Manhattan's mayor—and hence tl:e probable successor to Walker—har Advfc-cd to Fire CII1CAOO, Oct. 10 (UP);-John. O'Kccfe, Samuel InsuH's confidential secretary, told the Cook county Ki-iuid Jury . today Chicago attorneys had advised the former utilities magnate not to .comply" with, requests lo return to the United Stales nnd face charges of em- be?.zlcnicnt and larceny and to flec'.to.Orcege.. V ,'V. • . ...v. .-.-.• Tiic testimony'Vas made public by .Stale's Attorney John Swaiison who conducted the Investigation Which resulted In the charges against Samuel and his brother, Martin J. Insull. > himself as the results so been an avid reader, from Ihe Urn: when lie received a degree of B.ich- clor of Arls nt Holy Cross Collse Whereas a certain mayor, sonr years ago, wns said '-o be unable to sj>c!l larger words he used ward the purchase of the Walker p^ 5 | t i on a 9 t for a public park arc Invited j In his speeches. Judge O'Brien hnr a definite literary style, a succlnd capacity for turning a phrase. Hlr written verdicts have l:ecn quote;! widely and often reprinted. His library, which Is an expansive one, contains tho work of nl' the major philosophers. Prom his t'rc bench, he bus :b- - i^.,« t the big parade ot a greal communicate with Mr. Reid or c| nn( , acnulrKl n !lbBMl m!tro . vlth Jesse Taylor, sccretnry of he committee. Subscriptions to date follow: G. W. Barham. V. G. Holland, W. W. Holllpcter, Heill Reed, $50 each; X. Y. and Z. $40; Lions club. $25; E. P. Bcruni, C. A. Cunningham, F. C. Douglas, Fred Flccman, R. L. Gnlnes. O. W. McCutchen. Max n. Reid. Jelf Roland, Clarence Wiiscn, W. J. Wimrlcrllch, $20 each. E. E. Alexander, John Dage, C. M. Iluck, Chester Cnldwell. Dr. Tied Child, J. S. Dlllahiinly, Marcus Evr.ird. Crawford Greene, E. M. Ifolt, E. R. Jones. C. C. Lnng- slon, Miss Willie Lawson, Sam i tended even toward golf, for which Monatt, Harvey Morris, W. J. Pol-! he has a particular weakness. J" lard. J. Finley Robinson, Mark | says he likes the links sport b;- Smlth, E. M. Terry. A. M. Washburn, W. F. "High" Wilson, C. J. Evrard, $10 each. U. S. to Drop Kentucky Case Against Caldwell LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 10 (UP) —United States District Attorney Thomas Sparks today said he would aslc dismissal of conspiracy, charges In federal court, hire, against Rogers Caldwell, Nashville, Tcnn.l Investment banker, indicted in ccnnccllon with transactions f with Jnmcu Brown, prominent Kentucky financier. The conspiracy charge, Invqlv- Inp, n $1.000,000 transaction,.'already was dismissed in'the case ci Brown. ' : . Sparks stild he also would ask dismissal of two remaining 1 fed- ernl Indictments against the Kentucky mnn. One charged mlsap7 plication of funds in the case of the old Herald-Post amounting to about M13.000. The other criorsed :hc making of false reports to the comptroller of the currency. Charles Jones, also indicted in this connection, will be dismissed. He has become particularly well known for tenacity and thoroughness. The two-volume Pixel case decision Is Inken as "Just anolher Instance" of the Judge's thorough methods. H wns the longest decision on record and required many weeks (o compile. A (iolflnjr I'hllowplwr O'Brien's humor is not. of th^ Wnlker-csque, wlse-cracklny typ?. It is more of the dry. New England school. lie is one public flzure whr enjoys Ihc other fellow'j Jokes, nnd Is known ns n "good listener." j His pl-.llosopMca! altitude Is ex- One Miner Among .Twenty Survives 700-Foot Drop LEIOH, Lancashire, England, Oct. 10 (UP)—Nineteen of twenty miners descending In a cage at the Plank Livne colliery were killed today ' when the cage crashed to the bo'tom of a 700-fcot pit. The man who escaped forced Ilio cage door open and had freed himself when rescuers reached him. U. S. Puts Corn Crop Well Above Last Year s Cotton A McFall market, number two. I Cotton at Walnut and Ninth streets, was New NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 10 (UP)- {.ntercd some time over the wcek- Lnd and A quantity of cigarettes. Radio Corp 5 7-81 condle.' and tobacco stolen. Simmons Beds Standard of N. J 6 5-3 27 5-8 Texas Corp II l-l U, s. Steel 34 1-2 Entrance wns gained through the front door of the store. No arresls have yet been made In Ihc case according to police. Ort Dec Jnn March May July closed steady, open high C5> 057 KS 6C5 C63 6CO 080 "680 CSS 688 CM CM low G-12 041 G51 661 671 682 Close GMb 651 059 060 CM 689 WASHINGTON, Oct. 10. (UP) — A 1932 domestic corn crop of 2,884,582,000 bushels compared with 1931 production of 2.563,000,000 bushels wns estimated loaay by the agriculture department. Condition of the crop was estimated at 77 per cent of normal. Preliminary data for all vih^nt placed the 1332 production at 711,- "Any game in which ysu keep your own score is a test of personal integrity." But. another of his reosons for playing golf, nocordlm? ti Ms In" mate?, Is a desire to train off the "corporallon" waistline which Is apt to become a tarc3t for the cartoonists if he ly!com;s mivor. Pocahontas Farmer Arrested for Murder FOCAHONTAS. Ark., Oct. 10. (UP)—Luther McMullin. a farmer, was held In jail here today as result of the death Duke Taylor whose bullet-riddled bcdy was found by a Searching party In tho woods 24 hours after he bad b?:n missed. A coroner's Investigation resulted In a verdict lhat Taylor was slain by McMullin. Foreign Wars Veterans WiH Install Officers There will be Install.itlcn of officers and In; transition ot important business nt lh» meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars to- 707.000 bushels compared with 89i,- n | g ht. All members.are urged to al- OOO.OCO bushels last year. j tend at 7:30 o'clock. Production of oil spring wheat R. L. Bradley, of Osceola, is the Spots closed al 6S5, up 5, steady. | was pUotst at Ms',919.000 bushels, newly tkctcd post couunvx)«ri WEATHER ARKANSAS—Partly cloudy and older: probably frost In the north -'H west portions tonight. Tuesday generally fair. Accoidinj to the official weather rlKjner, Charles Phillips, Jr., the minimum temperature here y«- t;r<ky was. 58 degrees and the maximum, TO degrees, cloudy. Today a year ago .the minimum Temperature m-as 60 degrees md the maximum, 90 degr***,

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