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VOL. XXXIII—NO, 299 ESMffllER NEWS BlytnevillB Courier T3iylljevll!e Daily News ' ~ ~ "-" ~~—- ..,,_;'. - • „, ., Blythevllle Courier niytheville Herald Mississippi ValleyLeader OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST U-:, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH ,1, ]«>; SINGLE COPIES FlVb GENTS, Traylbr Heiress Marries Again Victory Dinner Talk Will Lay Groundwork (01 March 9 'Fireside dial' WASHINGTON. Mar. 4. (UP)— President Roosevelt dines tonight mth chiefs of the Democratic par. ly at a 5100 a plate victory celebration marking his fourlh anniversary in office. From the key banquet at Washington Mr. .Roosevelt-will address by rndi.o scores of smaller celebrations and the nation at large in a speech expected to outline -the events- of his first, administration \ and ficj'iiote future New Deal ob-i jsetlves. , i Tonight's address, ,t was under- ' stood, will lay ths. groitiidwork for .1 second radio ialk March 9 („ which the president is expected to voice ruraoiHlly his appeal for judicial reorganization. • •Air. Roosevelt undertook his usual days routine of business at the executive offices today, scheduling a series of callers during .the •morning and leaving his afternoon fr=e for last minute work on tonight's neldrcs-s/ ,At the victory'dinner will b?'as- sembled virtually nil high Democratic party 'members and officials -Proceeds of Die celebration uill go lo Ihe Democratic national committee war chest. Mr. Roosevelt's address is exp»et- ed to louch on most of the objectives toward which he has already pointed his second arUnlnj* trillion. These include principally "organization of the execnUve Branch of Ihe government, new Bad Delivery Nancy.-Traylor 'Swift, above, daughter or'.th>-lalr'Mc)vin A. Traylor, Chicago hanker, surprised Chicago society for the second time in a year when she appeared SI Ihe Cook Countv building -and was , married lo Marey T.:Weeks,loan firm executive.. The.first's'urprise came . ' Body Strike Settled But New Strikes Hit Industry DETROIT,'. Mar. 4 (OP)-New sit-down strikes halted or ciir- j tailed operations In seven automotive parts .plants today a few | hour's after Ihe industry's largest j strike since the General Motors | sit-down had been terminated. b> Strikes were called in four plants of the Bonn Aluminum and Brass Corporation, affectin? 1.2CO workers and in three factories of the;. Peninsula Melal products Corporation, employing 2,0^0 men anrt uotnen. " Earlier as United Aulo \Vork- ers reprrsentatives continued Ihcit conferences with two major pro ducra In efforts to oHoin col- Ifcfivc; bargaining riglits.-, the Bri-»> s Manufacturing Company "iided its id-hour -sit-down strike by n°reen>ent "with the union. Approximatelv M.5CO workers vere- affected by the Brkijs shut- rio»--:i m>ar, inldnlaht Wednosda\ nislil. Today striking night shift voi-kers were replaced hv dav crr- rlovcs who immediately resumed -reduction oh bodies for the- rord Motor Company. ' A brief 'sit-down sirlke of 110 workers on -trie commercial body 'ine 1,1 t },e vjg|, er Bocly corporation plant .at-Cleveland occupied in', attention of .General Motors and union conferees approaching -- ""= suvei-iiiir.-ni.. new ••"•' ""» nusoana, w ;"BA-typp_..legislation, revised fnrm Swift, member of the •aid •program; and his court• r'eor-l ' ' . . rse came.conerees approachin last summer when she divorced the r - n ? oi f hef >' PJst-strlke neeo I\(*r Flrtf Vilitriinf? TCt^i'L 2..- »^ iinHmtc nrtn TA i)^.. ^ ^ .first Iiusband, Nathan ' vvTv"'^T <ll0L l . let WP" rk -*." .National's WJZ, Columbia, Mutual and In fercily. will broadcast the president s address tonight. Tlie broad c«st is scheduled lo begin at 0-30 P- M. (C. S. T.). Services Tomorrow for Loren L. Stevens Lorcn i,. Stevens, 5-1, died at the Blythevillc hospital at II o'clock last night after several days illness of pneumonia • Funeral services will , be held Fiiday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock nt the home of, Ross Stevens ma west Chickasawba', with thc Rev "• %>'"" Wn( te. Pastor of Ihe First Methodist church,' and the Rev S. H. Salmon, pastor of thc First Presbyterian - church, officiating Interment will be made at Maple Grave cemetery. , - Eorn in Lola, ky..'Mr. Stevens came here in 1D18 and had made his home here since. He is sur-l lived by Iwo brothers, Ross Stevens and Dr. c. C. Stevens d this eity, two nephews, Gardner Stevens of Enrle and Henry Wallace Stevens of Metropolis, 111., and two nieces. Anne Stevens Potter, and Marjorie Stevens of BlytheUrte The Cobb Funeral Home will be m charge of the .services. All-Time Record Set i Last Year's Presidentia Campaign WASHINGTON, Mar.'*. (ui ,,_ S± "^l^'^'^nt a rec- 'the ion- campaign, the senate campaign expenditures- .investigating. cpmmitlee announced-today ' ihe huge sum/expended by na- 1an "^»i« committees o y f the parties: and other palitical to C. J a new high in vote EPI--.. expenditures. Committee member ssaid statistics showing thf tola) 6t : slate'and national political spending w .£ compiled this year for the nm lime. Comparable statistics for nr= vious presideniial election vein were not available. The committee's report rccom mended that congress enact le°Un Ion to protect voters from -f^r intimidation or coercion." The ™^ Cleveland is liations 'conference}. "The (rouble at settled," Harry L ArVde'rsJn' G. M djrectpr'of industrial -relations announced near noon' tbdav"'-" ' All Ties Broken WASHINGTON, Mar. 4 <UP>— Officials'of :lhe Commit te*.-for In* dustrial Organization' : S ald : today that the: action . of Ihc ; American Federation of/llabor ; in pur°ins state bodies of C..I. o." locals constitutes "a. final breaking off all lies between the two prgnniza- /•According to our interpretation of their action, this means a filial breaking off of all ties," a |,t<>ii officer in the T ' L. Lewis said. PHIS County Fair Betting Bill to Governor Brings Total .o( Session's Legislative' Enactments to More Than 220 : i 'the- 01 >lnp Bill Ports-two loaded coal 'cars Jumped ihe tiack when a Central train « BS crossing a rfrl&ge al South Buon, N up in a COM for Chioushout the town rcnv 400 beside jards New Yoi k Y slacked | the railrd bed ,u,d scat.eieri P200 to,,, of Force of the crashing cars shook Co », splllcd ln(o stopped within 2o.feet of a bicl dooi and one \ur'3torial Assistant " / Here to MeeJ - t- ', = by, John A letter from Federation Presi- ff William Green, instructlm? state federations to -"draw a line ' hi! rival today. was made wu, the I oi.Bhta be ashamed of myself. I m expected lo sho at ,„,„ ommendations were based on „.., commillee's investigation of cliar?- i'L g r nft and '"'Sal'ly during the J936 eleclions. • ° The committee listed the follow-' tu?e •' f rece 'P ls !ln<t ex Pendi- ... receipts expenditures Kcpiioiican national committee .. $7,761.038 S88D391I Democratic naiionnl ' committee .. 5.205.868 =•>>=•• — Communist party 157,295 Socialist parly 27,258 Union parly 62,88-1 Prohibition party 12,008 162,040 24.962 65,969 13,081 ^CIV York Cotton someplace is tack home m BO out some place every night was i , because they was restUs* but I J " n suppose that "goin' out" jest tits to be a habit, it's kinda like a dis- I'll never forget Ihe time I was havin' supper at my, aunt's house nnd I noticed, my uncle was rest•«••« all through supper. He let- the table without even finish!-r nff his meal with sorginn and biscuits. My aunt followed him Into '"c bedroom and found him wlpln' off his celluloid collar with a damn towel. . v'l e looked nt him and she says «ell, Monday, you went to the '« cream socla! and Wednesday .vou went lo a lecture al the Y. M, £• A. \Vhc,-c arc on going 1 tqnlshl,'I May 1335 1303 1249 1245 1245 1335 1303 1250 1256 1245 1305 1285 1233 1230 1233 Spot Average Is 13.58 The average price or 7-8 middling cotton on the ten nated spot markets lodny was according to the Blytly,Ue of Trade. , 132-1 1294 1250 1245 1245 inch . . Creen said that state federations of labor, central labor bodies and Jocal uiiioa'j chartered" by the A P of ^L. .must now "decide ^whether they, will be loyal to die parent .J"Wy, the great. American Federation of Labor, or. give support to an organization whicH is classified as dual and rival to the A.'F. of L." Closing Stock Price: A. T. and T. .......... American .Waterworks Anaconda Copper , : . Bethlehem steel Chrysler. ../..... ...!,. Coca Cola .....;.. ____ General Electric . General Motors Int. Harvester ........ McKesson & Robbins ' Montgomery Ward N. Y. Central ....... 179 1-2 P. D. Campbell of Ihe county Hdit duislon of Ihe state comptroller 5 office is here todaj to con- r -r with Count j Ju-i»e S I, Glad kh. Mr. Campbell sai'd -he did not Inon when the 1933 audit of Mississippi county nuances would be released but lhat it would probably be made public in the near fuliir? While Mr. Campbell was not em- nloyed on the last.audit made'by the comptroller's office in this coim- ly and was not. In'a position (o spsak authoritalively, he. s.ild he did not believe that tfie 1935 audit report would be held up for n 1938 •U'ulemehtsi audit to be made. He indicated lhat the lf)->5 renori yol ,^ bs released a:id the 1Q3G audit started within the next Iwo or Ihree months. Fred Armantrout, 2, Dies at Brother's Home Fred Armnnlrout, 12, died at 4 Tclock this morning at the home •f his brother. Clyde Armantrotit, ! n the New Liberty community. Mr. Armantrout "was employed bv the Joplin Flower shop In Car- 25 1-4 ""'cravlllc. Mo. He had worked 05 1-4 for Hcaton ' 3 Home of Flowers here jand also for a Jonesboro florist. Funeral services will "be held Friday morning- at the Cobb Fu-al Home chapel with .the Rev. H. Salmon, pastor' of Ihe First Voung Manila Man Confesses Tiiefl fiom Osceola Implement Fnm . OSCEOLA, Ark, Mar. 4-Rlchard Norris, about 20, of Mnnlln' has confessed to the theft from the Ben p. Butler Co., farm impleiiibnl dealers,- of •«• new' truck which was round last night, vlrtunlly demolished, in a field 50 feet from Hi°h- way 61, a short distance north of lie re. --Nofrls. driirik and muddy, was, arrested by Deputy sheriff. Herman Spicer of Luxora as hi was walk- Mar. 'lll.s were slgam uoycmoi- this 'morning, . _ Ihe tolnl nct.v of the flfty-llrst gencnil assembly to ibovc 2^0. . } In (he house, sponsors of House 111 125 to r/lacc- the--title'-of tux forfelled lands in the counties iu- Mcad of the sliite were defeated when u vole on Ihe measure Ini :iodiif«l by Hep. E. S. Grhliam, IJciUon county, was lukcn Just before Ihc noon recess. urn-fug Ihe morning Rep; Boycl I'nckel of Pike county successfully nude a five-minute filibuster . at the end of Ihe first hour and nro- ichted a vole on House Bill S34 V licp. Snm Cuiinlnglmin of Hot Springs county lo allow legislators in nddllloiuil $50 ,iti stamps. Speiil 57.50 In Week Cunningham In attempting to [bring his measure uo for a Muni I vole Mid that he ami oilier members of the house were short on stamps and that they could not afford to yay rjastngc out of their snlnrles. '1 vised up ?7,50 worlh of slftinps allowed nt the start of thc present session in' one week and I want some more iwstoge jnoney," Cunningham said on thc floor. Seven amendments, were • locked inlo Ihe welfare bill In the scn- utc, They altered the iliethod of selection . of ^members of county welfare boards, 1 ' giving the-stale commission; a 'freer hand in 'nnih- Ing the, boards. . '•;- . . . A stiff fight developsd .over a bill lo permit nurses io be grnd'u- Jilcd-by..hospitals'.with ris- fewTiis' 25-beds and the measure fnlled of passage, M to 17. - • !i:du£tric<i-llilI : Lase5) : An administration measure, providing for an hoiioraiy-Industrial Commission, met Ignominious ds- -feal in the house yesterday, the vote being 40 to 40, or.u fewer than nsccEsary. Bryson of Nevada coiin- ly sponsored the bill.' Most of thosa who spoke against passage- agreed that "it is a step In the right direction," but.they opposed a companion bill, not- yel introduced, which would carry, an appropriation of 550,000 a ye! Us provisions. Speaking for the bill, Bryson as- that it would mean more Hep'. Ivy W. Crawford's till! for Ihc legalisation of ' pari-imiiiie! belling on county fair liorsc iwi was passed by the Arkansas state a-natc this morning,: 25 : to 5, the Courier. News was ml vised by Senator Luclt'ii E.CoIcman of Lepiinlo, wno sponsored the measure lii the uppur house The bill has aliemly passed Ihe iplescnlaTlves and now . llic slftnnUiie of Oov an E, lialtcy (o make It law. H .riulhoikcs" p.ul-imiluel belling ;nt race mcels conducted 'In connection with county ami db,- Irlci fairs which meet -certain requirements us io cash piemlums offered for Iheslock and agilcul- i-ural exhibits PioHls will go the fair associations foi use ' (Ui> >- J " l ° '""' " OHSC ° ! needs onl) PROTEST FILED IT providing moic ultiacllve iiiins for /nun cAlilbll.<i lo in picm- The Mississippi county Rvli as- soDlatloii, - Hhlcli oilglnatcd the measure, plans to arrange for pnrl- miHiiel telling nt the ince meet to be held In conticcllon with the .nlr here Ibis ycnr. Giving Young DcnlisI Confesses 'Fatal Dose to .Virginia Woman RICHMOND Va, Mar. 4 (UP) -Dr. 11. ci, Miller, middle-aged tespeclacled dentist, was held Incommunicado in Richmond Jail today afl,er ofllclhla.. announced he had 'Corrfew><;il-\lhSt^'iS-'ycBf : old Clco Sprouse died from an ovcrclosc: of chloroform while he was .allcmpUns, lo perform an illegal "opci-atlon upon her State .'chemists examined organs of the) girl, whoso was found lyirtg acr In historic University of 'Virginia cemetery at Charlotlovllle, to C on- nnn (be theory of police vital Lod> grave she was Sherld tlml .expectant mother Mason smith an' ~,,.^. „, uuAui.i us 115 was walk- i ""^n «ini |i would m ing north on Highway 01 near Lux- Industries for Ihc stale ova. He had taken the truck a new '' fluMn ™ r - ln " 1 -*" >•-'••—' rnterriatioiiai pick-ii].. from'i'n' 'front of .the Butler company store here apparently'with the intention of 109 3-8 131 1-2 1^2 . .. Q ..„ 60 ? _ g ! icral Home chapel 67 103 1-2 14 1-2 67 5-! 47 1-4 11 1-2 54 1-2 \ 113-4J 4 1-3 j 53 1-2 officiating, at Maple . Packard ....... Phillips' Pet ro. ....'.'. Radio Corp St. Louis-San Fran. Simmons Beds .... ....... uo ,,_,, Standard of N. J ........ ' 73 7-p Studebaker ........... .'[. 185.3 Texas Corp .......... . . 52 1-8 V. S. Smelting ...... " 94 i 4 • s - Steel ..... :..:.,;" 120 1-a Warner Bros ............. 15 3-a Zonilc .............. '..'.'.'.'. 75.3 Presbyterian church, 3urial will be made triove, cemetery. Mr. Armnnlrout is survived by two brothers, Clyde Armantrout Mid Ralph _ Amantrout. Ihe lalter to his'home at Manila, lie railed to nesotlalc a curve and the truck plung. :d across a deep ditch and into a field, where it turned over. Norrls was unhurt. Norris was to be arraigned loday thc me<: °- Moonshine Cases Brought Into Court's Sunshine BOSTON (UP)-Observed Federal Judge Hugh b. McLclIan r.o m the bench: "I see the sun is shining Into the courtroom this morning." "Yes. Your Honoi," said Prosecutor Frank w. Tomasello, "but all we have are moonshine cases." and development of natural resources. He said thai natural resources n6w are shipped out of the state, manufactured inlo various articles, and shipped back "and we buy them." He said lhat the commission provided for in the bill would be ex- Iicctcd to have industries established here to manufacture the raw materials. "This is just a bill to set up a w more jobs for the governor to nil," said Crcekmore of Crawford. "If we keep on creating boards and commissions, pretty soon we will have created jobs for all of the 32 per cent of the people who voted for Carl Ballsy last summer." Cun"i"^'",™ ° f Hot , Spring county ask^ """"' " ' believed "the few nounced that ' Miller, n married mui who had been pracllcin" dentistry far 20 years in Chariot cville, had admitted lhat Ihc S/rl dfcd In the back seat of •in automobile Friday night "'after dentist, he was operation. 53-jcar-oW denied The sheriff _ „ sponsible for the girl's and wild he agreed to perfoim die operation is a favor after MUs Sprouse | m d requesled It When the girl died, the ilicrlir ifl>ti. Miller plnml her body In the Kinclcry, where it was found engineering students SmftJi. H-JJO brought "'"" last ntghl to gntlicr Secrctaiy of State Hull Makes Informal Ex'prc?-' siou of Regret WASHINGTON,' Mar. 4 (UP)— Secieliiiy of state Coidell Hull loday voiced an informnl e.\- picsslon of icgiet ovei a speech by Majoi Floiello A. LuGuindhi of Neiv Yoik cantalnlne altcgedly deioisatoiy remaiks concei ntili; Chancellor Hitler of Gcimnny. Hie Gcunan cmba%y had pto- lC5ted formally ngoinst tlm ic- marks. Hulls icerct was e<imeiscd within two houis after a lepre- wntutlvc of Ihc aemmn cmbawy and nird the official piot-sl. Hull's icmniks weie not conveyed to the Qciman embassy to newspnpci m ClUCStioili Will Get 'Facts He said he had had no opportunity to icijfy tlio facts in the :a>e. However, Hull iald, when n clllreii of the United States ic- Siudless oi his peisonal altitude tonnrd the domestic policies of mother nation, engages In ct- picsslons mid utterance'! icason- ibly calculated to be offensive lo that goicrnment, it become.? ,n mntlci of icgiet to this yoiern- nenf Hull said he had no definite, 3lnns In connection with the Oer- iian protest except to asccilahv ill the facts in the case. but vwc made i n itsponic 'to I^Guardla Impenitent > ' NEW YORK, Mar, 4'<UP)-!-Just before the Gei-mari' 'government nlcd_ a formal piotesj wllli Ihe '•daiin"rlincnt~lcdayHVInyol *F.-> A LaGuaidlft' was Infoim'ed' tlmt~ 3uch action would be taken as 1 n reiiilt of his suggestion for a chambci of horrors" 'of the r/azi regime r > "Ihey arc absolulcly right," Ihe-- nnj-oi wild. 'They ought lo [>ro- tf si i know of no artist of do- " * signci who can adeqiia'cly bum. ptiint 01 carve anything thai will -Hlcqualely depict cithei Hie pei- oiittlities of the Nan government, Hitler himself, or (he type of gov- .'inmenl he Is giving." Nazi Press DcmaiW Reprimand, controlled press, normaM r&pre'ss.-'r ing omclal opinions, today cfedl'avccl! that Washington could not" ignoreJ Major Fiorello LaGuaidla's "re- T -narks about Fuehrc by two Tuesday. Sheriff . Miller to Richmond fftei crowds began n round Ihc C'larlottcvillc Jail r- turned to .Mbcmarb county' to- Investba- tion to cor Unite die Into the death. . Miller was not permitted to rc- ct-ivt , visitors but was expected of the Berlin press com- ) ment on LaGuardia's speech was j an attack In the Deiilsche All»a~. I melne Zeitung. it said' . •' "Thh stupid abuse of a foreigft', bead of a state cannot be 'gnoreil' by Washington Therefore '\e c.s--> p;ct a suitable reprimand " • " * * The newspaper comment folloacd' s distribution by thc Nazi official D B N news agency of an attack on-Major LaGuardia for suggesting that the New York »ouWs fnlr HI-.. 1933 have a 'chamber of horrors' m which Hitler would be tli» principal exhibit (he, was sp3akm» be-, fore l.COO the annual „«. * 7 i, t-.M'(.-(.«.-«,'.—^- «.«wv HWJ.IL-II at tne annual ^ counsel ltlter lo Uin * con ° r "t'i= women's division confession, the, slifrlfr "D:. Miller threw back *•••* >»Mi»i\,iio Ul VlJiUll of the American Jewish congress)? The D.'B. N, agency called HID major of Nen York a 'dirty Till- ' mud Jew" and 'nondered why H was kept m bis position" Pay Yow- Factory Podges Now An Kililori.-a _ 1\'CW Orleans Cotton ' Mar. May July Oct. Dec. Jan. open high low close 1358 1358 1335 13481 1323 1326 1304 I3Ifi 1235 1295 1280 1242 1246 1234 1250 1250 1243 1248 1248 1248 1230 Livestock May Jul Chicago Wheat open .high | OW clo , Iff 1335-8 1325-8 1331-t 1141-2115 in • 1146 . 8 Chicttfio Corn open high low -1M3-8 107 close 1065-8 EAST ST. LOUIS. Mar I—Hogs: receipts, 75?0 ; Top,. 10.35 170-230 Ibs., 10.20-10.30 Light weights, .7.00-985 Bulk sows, 0.40-9.05 rattle: receipts, 2,000 Slcers, Slaughter slcers, 6.00-1335 Mixed heifers and starlings. Slaughter heifers fi.OO-lDKn Beef cows, 4.15-6.00 (tjp) 1rt1 i n .;„. '"" ilTOO-B ULTI COWS, 1.15-6.00 1011-2 1021-8 1013-8 1017-8' Cullers and low cutlers 3.50-4.50, In .hist six days bids on Blythevillc's proposed factory building will be opened. Contracts can be let aiid work started within a short time if one condition is met... That is that those wlio have pledged contributions to the fund for the erection of the building raake~their promise good at once. To provide employment for hundreds of local people who now have no opportunity for regular work, to stabilize business conditions and property values by creating n new, year-arpund source of income, to give new impetus to th's city's progress and development, men interested in the welfare ' of Biythe- ville have subscribed $70,000 for this project. Most of tliem have paid their pledges but the few that have not are threatening, (he success of the whole umierfaking. The Rice-Stix company, which is to establish a large garment factory > here us .soon as the building is completed, is ready and anxious to 'go ahead with its part of the bargain. The local committee in charge of the project has completed every detail of preliminary' arrangements. All that remains is for every subscriber to the fund to fulfill his promise. Parngould has ' successfully put across an even larger undertaking of this kind than Blytheville's. Work has started there on a big factory building calling for a community investment several thousand dollars greater than ours. Are-we going to fall.down? Do you, Mi-; Factory Fund; Subscriber, want the responsibility for' •failure to rest on you? ' was made niona." in writing at Hich- '" 'Two Seek Divorces W.'ir. DJUS is asking a divorce irom Jimmy Davis on Ihe ground j of dasertlon In K suit filed in chan- ' HIT. In .another stM Mrs is seeking a Rinnie , - — . uit nn, gtUUlKl I o[ indignities. Her attorney is C . \f tlnnl. . J WEATHER Arkansas-Cloudy, Ihundersriow- crs in east and central portions cooler lonlght Friday partly cloudy' A sliarp s stick pierced the right eje ot seven-year-old Herbeit Bro»n. son of Mrs R«b> Brown, of the Gosnetl community, late • ^e5terday, causing loss of Ihe (-5;-. Tlie child, suffering e\cni«alin^ pain. \\as brought lo the Blythe- vllle 1'ospital A specialist remoyivl the portion of the child's eye remaining, the sight having b'ecn hopelessly destrojcd. The sight ot the otter cjc has not been impaired. I Fire Destroys Taylor Seed House at Keiser^ KEISER, Ark.-A set! house nd grist mill belonging to W: M. Taylor was destroyed by fire Weti- —... ramsiit niuuy partly cloudy ncs das morning. The fire" was Memphis and vicinity—Cloudy. j cr " s(ld b > back-firing of a tractor t with tluindershowers tonight and w ' lcl1 was ^"S used to run the probably: Friday morning Lowest srrt mf " Se^ral barrels of erode leniperature 15 to 5? I"II were Ignited and put the tiro 1 "-'.-J «.'..;•. . . pejond the control o'f thc \olvm- j The!, maximum temperature here yesterday-: was 66, minimum 37, .'clear, \A-im .12 of an inch rainfall Samuel - > *t v- '"---"'M'liy lu oamuei ». Norris, of/lclal weather obseiv- r_'- •*' '"' • i te<>r fire deparlment v _ Loss, including thc building which was part of the equipment of Tajlor's'Bln, the oil, and n McCoi-rnlck-Deermg tractor, u estimated at aoul J2000,' '

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