The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1937 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 20, 1937
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS -THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST AflKANs'AS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XXXIV—NO. 2 niythevllte Ccurler Dlythevllte Dally News "" ' —"— '• —~ Blythevllle Herald Mtatelpi^VaiieyL fa ,i e r HUTFIHVILI.B, • ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, AIAKOI1 20, 1937 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS I London Dons Shiny E von i ng Dress For Coronation } $$ I I'if 111 Circtiil .Tribunal r 1 . Rules Unemployment Plan Constitutional. •NEW "ORLEANS. Mar. 20. <UP>— the fifth United States circuit court of appeals: which twice before this veek sup|M>rteri New Deal acts, fdday upheld tbo constitutionality of" the Social Security Act In an appeal< taken from tile northern district .court pi Alabama. Tlie three-judge opinion. written by Judge Samuel n. Sibley. hcld- tlmt .so;|a!' security' unemployment compensation payments represented a tax and tlmx-forr- di'l iwit nw T stltute the taking of private property for public use ill violation of tile constUntion. .' > The appeal was ~ : a r le bv tlie Charles C. Steward Machine O->. n crrnnratlon employing more than eight persons, from the northern Alabama court, which denied a demand I'DOII Harwell G. Davis, col- Jeclor of internal I'evenue, to return $41.14 collected (lining 1020 under Tillo Nine of the Social Security Act.' The company charge;! thnt Hi-! colleclion violated Amendments One, Nine and Ten of tile constitution hy setting up n system of unemployment, eomn^nsation bv controlling the administration ot state statutes and moneys raised under them. In two other opinions this;week the court upheld the TVA and tile Federal l/ibor Relation; act. tutc's'" Signs Contract " iWhoWoulcTThink 1 He Were a King? .Bright as the crown jewels themselves, London becomes, with the •'(jay !for the coronation of King George VI only l«-o months awav' This is one of the spectacular sights that will enthn.,1 thousands of Americans who expect to visit the British capL fo t ev t- the raeht view dote the Thames, past the dark Parliament building to the brilliantly, lighted "Hallo." The two bright suo* in the plot nil v Inuw af Irift nAi^im. -n..,., IK- r _» «- .1 ,ii_ ,-. • . • gloomy lower at left center ,are Ihe faces of famed Dig Ben. '-ill for Two Per Cent Levy Held Up by Pendei'gast Lieutenant. Osceola Indians JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.— Gov. Stark aiid, J^peakcr Christy have made no progress in their efforts to get the 2 per' cent sales lax bill out of Representative Lafferty's Committee on Perfected Bills, where "it lias been arbitrarily held more than. two weeks.' and on to (lie -floor of the ; hoflse 'for 'passage. : •' -' The' Bill apparently Is in the committee ;. for : an indefinite.- 'stay un' Smokes While Workers, | Free Him From Wreck j MEMPHIS, .Mar. 20. . (UP)— James J. Martin, Bartletl, 'mm., smoked cigarettes for an hour early-today wriile two mechanics used hack saws to free him from Ihe wreckage of his .automobile. Martin fell unconscious when finally freed. Hospital attendants reported bolb legs and Ihe right wrist were broken and that Marllu suffered Internal Injuries. He fell asleep while driving on the Bristol highway near here.' D. Fred Taylor jr., business manager of the Osceola ball club, announced • this afternoon that Waller "Red" Lutes had signed a contract to pitch for the Indians this season. • Taylor said Lutes. notified him lie would take pavticular delight in beating Blylheville. Ne|*ro Bound Over CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—Abra- l(aii) ; Ray, 30. ; ,v=ffo held, in comity' jail here for :<n attempted attack on Mrs. Ruby Button, 30, white woman \>f the Braggadocio community, waived preliminary hearing Thursday .and will be held to circuit court without bond. . : . less th'e administration leaders get up their courage 'to make an 7 open test of the Issue .on the floor of the house through a motion to force Laffefty to report the bili..As -LaC 1 forty! is the floor representative" of Boss Tom Pendergast, that would mean a lest of the Pendergast organization /strength in the house, and it does not yet appear that the speaker . is prepared for.- such a fight. : There -Is much speculation as to whether Laflerty is acting on his own initiative or whether he has had orders from, the Kansas City boss. Pendergast publicly, announced his. support of a two-cent sales lax last .December, but that 'was before he had basis for a doubt that !1LT€U Local Physician Appointed •• /.to -County^Pos^ by-State ' Div F. D. Smith .of ? this city ' ' - ,'ncr. been . eel i\lississippi county health officer by the Arkansas sla'te board ''of health of which Dr. .W. B. Gfayson is chairman. His commission is for a two-year term ' C-ivmcnf Workers Start) Membership Move At Little Rock,- Forrest City' MEMPHIS,. Mar. 20 (UP)—In-" ternatlonal Ladies Garment Workers Union today opened Its general headquarters here- In pr< para j tion for the ,C,. I. O. drive to unlonl7L ' southern textile and clothing-workers. the local office—IVidquarlsi', for Tennessee,'-.Arkansas and Mis? fLssippi -lias headed by Maye/' Pearlslein, who recenlly was successful in'-obtaining the union demand tor l , settlement ol a strike in a small Memphis dress fac- toj-j _ Pearlsteln Indicated Ills Imlon an afTlliate of C. I. O., would send 50 organizers Into the Iri-slates within two weeks. lie .said Little Rock and.Forrest City would be the objectives of next; week's 'campaign for members, y . - . O. Furlough Violator : Takes Life in] 'Jail JONESBORO. Ark., Mar. 20 (UP) —Jim Ishmncl, 08. tcilay committed suicide by drinking poison In the Cralgiiend county jail. Ishmncl had been caught yesterday after he had failed' to rcturr to the Arkansas slate '• prison n Ihe expiration of a Christinas; furlough. He had killed his soil -h a drunken fight August B, 1!B4. Jailers said Ishmael had hlcldri a bottle of iwlson In his clolhlu Establishment -, of the .. „. W. • U., office ,here followed by Gov. Stark would recognize boss I officials and .work in conjunction , .... .,r oowe y a The principal Cities of the| few hours the ".organization of county health off leer . arc .to [ give j striking workers In Vicksbiir" medical attention to the county's I Miss., garment factories by United rhargcs, - make medical examina- j Carmen Workers Union, an allil- tiojis where required by county j late of A. F. O L There ain't much sincerity about people who their eyes and rave abou 1 , every little thing you show 'em, but sometimes they are food company for a change. I remember my Aunt Sophie Lcdbcttcr used to git so discouraged witli my uncle Hink•' because he never showed any surprise at anything. One time when the lightnin' caught the barn on fire, Uncle Hink says "Well, I never did think them lightnin' rods would do any good. Aunt Sophie had Jest about given up hopes of ever seein' him sin-prised when one day she learned that a magician was appe.irin* that night at Kings Opera House. She went to the show and took Uncle Hink. When' the magician called for volunteers from the audience. Aunt Sophie pushed Uncle Mink right up on Ihe stage. First the magician pulled some gold pieces put of Uncle Hink's car and then he passed a watch through his back and extracted S'ards and yards of ticker tape '«mi his shoes, but Uncle Hink J«t looked bored. Finally as a 'big climax lo lib net the magician pulled three white rabbits out of Uncle Hink's bentd. When Ui,ci c Hink came back to his se turned don't you!" My. Uncle Hink says "No, I didnt like to soy nothin' about It, Wit I . been sortn suspectln 1 them dictation in the appointment of the Kansas City Board of Election Commissioners. It would not be beyond reason to suppose that.LafTerty is acting with J the knowledge of the.boss, if not under his instructions. If Laflerty continues to "sit on" the bill, the only course opsn to the administration leaders Is to attempt to have the house order it reported, or to simply await Laf- fertv's pleasure. A check-up has made the leaders a little uncertain as to whether they or LalTerty would win in a contest on the floor. Bailey at Fayetteville for Meeting of Board LITTLE ROCK, Mar. 20 (UP)—. Gov. Carl B. Bailey was reported by employes of his office today' as bting in Fayettevillc for the first meeting of the new. board of trustees of the University of Arkansas. The governor, accompanied '• by Beloit Taylor, a member of the with the public health service and county health unit. Tlie county health officer also .holds a' commission as an assisting collaborating epidemiologist of the United Slates public health service. '• Dr_ smith served as county health olficcr In 1929-30. He was -. was succeeded by Dr. A. M. Wash- rnri "" ficer as well as' director of , Ilt ciiiinly hcallh unit, unlil he obtained a leave of "absence last year to take special study training. Since Ills departure the county has been without a health oilicer until Dr. Smith's appointment. . • , Home Gin Company Purchases Acme Gin The-Home Gin Company of Blytheville has been incorporated with an authorized capita! slock of $100,i- 000. and has acquired the Acme gin. Prosecutor Will Quiz Witnesses on Monday Some 35 witnesses will appear before Prosecuting Attorney ijnicc Ivy or his deputy, H. G. Partlow, here Monday for questioning preliminary to the filing of informa- tions' in circuit court on 'which felony prosecutions will be based \n the fiilure. Tlie Acme gin Is located a mile south of the Home gin, on Highway 01, south of Blytheville, and both gins will. be operated under the same management. J. F. Waggoner of Memphis, Henry Lutes. J. II. Smart Jr. and C. G. Smith of Blylhevllle are listed as subscribers to the corpora tion stock. , . STrlUHf!l Jmon Diessmalceis at St Louis Demand Collect ive Bai gaining •Mo.—The' •interna- Gnrmcnt- Workers' SI LOUIS lional Ladies' ,. „.„,..., Union has threatened 16 call a strike in three 'St. Louis factories of the Rice-Stlx Dry Goods' Co: unless collective, bargaining! demands of. union employes'arc' met this week,. Meyer :perlstein,"region- al director of the union,, announced yesterday. The union claims to represent a-majority of COO cotton dress makers employed by the^flrm. Perlsteln, in a letter to the company, slaled that a strike could be averted If the company would iigree to negotiate-the demands. In'the event of refusal to negotiate; the employes expect to receive authority for a strike, and financial assistance from the International union. 'Perlstetn said. The 'company has until today" to reply.- : ' • Tlie dressmakers, who have'been In the process of org'anlzatloA for three years, but have had ho'agrce- ment with the company, complain that minimum wage rales .were abandoned following the collapse of the NRA and they have''been paid from $7 to 59 for a -id-hour week. They are demanding collective bargaining, >'n- $14 weekly minimum and '40 hours work In a five-day week. .' • Acuiirmlation of "Wei G?s" in Texaj School ' i NEW LONDON, Tox., March 20. 'UP)—A .military court of luqillry :cok cUdiiicc lodaj that anilin >rop>i heating Insinuation dunged lit walls of the Ne> London uiial school wllli wet gas vhlclii ex ifodcd un ler piessme Ilnrsdaj ind killed 411 chllhcn mil H teachers The Inquiry prbcsdcd In' the'gym- nasium, one of tlie.sections of lha lilant that escaped damage, while rolled by In endless stream bearing one-third of this oil Held community's children and,. ,lh,olr teachers to '(heir graves. Proclaims Day of Mourning , Questioning ot J. L. Dbwnlris, a member of the firm of architects that designed the building, aijtl, Ross Maititox, contractor who sij- liervbcd Its erection. Imllcatcil that the faulty heating syslom was the most logical theory. I The witnesses, were'questioned by' Judge Advocate Capt. Clayton 2. Coombcs and stale Senator Joe! Hill. ! At Austin Gov. James V. Allred proclaimed tomorrow a stale day of mourning and requested nil Bast Texas, schools lo.discontinue iislng heating equipment similar to that of Ihe New London' school nnUl Ihe Investigation reveals thc'lcnusc. of the explosion f t Ten Unidentified Menus bile Iduitlflcitlon expert" Jiom Ihe slate safelj department wctc still ,worklng aaiong the motgucs trjlhg'fo Identify ten un named tfe'atf Seven'of the' UudH were mangled beyond all hope of recognition. The experts were trying to cs- tabjllsh identities bj nnger prints Many of^thc New "London^school children had their nu°er prints lak en at the centennial celebration til Dilhs list jear and these uiinl« are on file in the safetj depirtm"nt headquarters In Austin. In cases. K-hcro no finger prints of'the missing were available the experts attempted to take them from toys and school hooks. Caruthersville Pastor Seeks Conservation Post CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Mar. 20^-The . Rev. D. K. Foster, pastor of the local Baptist church, is-being backed by friends over southeast Missouri for the post of commissioner on Ihe wild life, fish and game conservation commission. Rev. Foslcr Is sakj to have .already secured a majority of necessary endorsements for the appointment, The job docs not pay any salary, other than necessary expenses when out of town on business for the • commission. Rev. 'Foster, an ardent devotee of fishing and hunting, Is perhaps one of the best informed persons of southeast Missouri -regarding needs for game- and fish conservation in this section. " Out for a stroll along llie snow- covered slrcet at St. rjlonlz, Switzerland, there's nothing about this sportily aUirid young man to suggest that lie is., the titular ruler o( a countiy tic 13 young King Fund of Egjpt, who has slopped for n winter spoils llbliday in Ihe Alps cnrOvUdilcU England for King Georges cor- ' onnlion Means Postponement/^Nqt; Abandonment of Fliglilj Says Aviatrix. " * - \ .HONOLULU, T. H , Mai. 2o'. {UP>! —Amelia -Enrliail's $90,000 'plane, crashed -'on the Luke field iiinwayj at 8 25 (p s. t ) today as she -it- lemnted to lake olf to\ Holland Island on Hie second phisc of hci, round-lhe-world fllglill > Miss t-arhart and tici colupan-' Ions capt Hany Manning and rial Noonan, navigators, escaped' injury 1 T he plane was not damaged bndly, The plane did not,catch Ore the cuish was caused by n the blow -out i 'Onlj otii splilts \ierc biulsed," Miss Eailmit said as she stepped put of Ihe wicekcd plane, 'The right the blew out on us,"! bhc said , r Inspection Inter, howevci, show-] cd it «as the left tire [ Lt, Com. H M Mulliiinlx, excel!-' live olflcer of the fleet ah base •at Pearl Harbor, said ~the s'pecd-i Ing craft; apparently hit a greasy} s|ot on the runwaj which caused the blow-out. Miss Eaitmit said she was un- fible lo tstlmatp the damage "This will not cause abandonment, of the night," the tous!^! Inured lljei added , Id say rathei It will cause a postponement.' The craft was speeding down the runway ohen a tire bley/ o«t. . s A wheel bioke off next ..The machine swerved to'the left, thru skidded Vl board, left Little Rock last night al tnc criminal term of court opening Monday, March 29.'"' for Fayetteville. During the time that he Is In Fayetteville the governor Is eic- peclcd to witness the final spring practice game of the university's football squad. Ife is expected to return here Monday. niy Aunt .Sophie, she to him and says "Well, New York Cotton NEW YORK. March 20. (UP)Cotton closed steady. . open high low close May 1385 1403 1385 1395 .July 1379 13S8 1376 1380 Oct 1318 1331 1315 1330 Dec 1309 1321 1307 1318 Jan 1310 1322 1309 1318 Mar 1310b )3 18 Spots closed steady at 1455, llp 5. New Orlea?is Cotton * NEW ORLEANS. Mar. 20 (UP) —Cotton closed steady. , . Under .laws now effective the prosecuting attorney - has broad powers for Investigating''- crimes and may subpeona witnesses to apjwar before him for Inquiries much in the manner in , which grand juries have made their 'investigations in the past. The np- p'roaching session will be the first court session ever held here without a grand jury. Witnesses who have been ordered to appear before the prosecuting attorney at the courthouse are connected with cases In which defendants have already been ordered held to nwalt action of the circuit court. May 1 July Oct. dec. open high low close —^- 1398 1381 1389 1363 1382 1363 1376 1318 ( ]321 1315 1322b 1323 1330' 1317' 1322b was there for some time." | Mar, 1322 1322 1322b 1322 1322b •— — 'I322b Brutal Crime Recalled Death of Slain Man's Wife FOOTER, Mo., March 20.—A few u j n a brush heap. Returning home Chicago Wheat open high low. close May 1361-2 138,1-2 136 1-2 138 1-2 July 1223-8 121 1-2 122 1-4 124 1-2 Sep. 1193-1 122 3-8 119 3-1 122 1-1 Chicago Com open high .low ctasc May 1093-1 110 1-2 109 3-8 110 3-8 July 105 1-1 108 1-1 105 1-1 109 1-8 Sep.' 097-8 101 09 3-1 100 7-8 days before her rscent :dealh near Pine Bluff. Ark., the former Mrs. Ollie Sanders. 44. of Cooler, declared: : • . \ • "For thirteen years I have been haunted by footslcps. Sometimes they tripped lightly, behind me. sometimes they thundered loudly beside me. They were feel smeared witli blood—. I knew they were phantom feet—the feet of my husband, In whose murder I took part near cooler, Mo."' Her reference was to one of the most gruesome and brutal murders ever committed ill Pemiscot county— the rmirder of O. E. Sanders on June 6. 1924: In 1924 Mr. and Mrs. Sanders were fanning near cooler. Claude Howard and small son lived with them. • Mrs. Sanders and Howard became attached to one another and finally she left her husband and went to Arkansas, she wrote to Howard lo get her clothes and bring them to her. Sanders refused to let Howard have the 'clothing and a few days later Mrs. Sanders returned to her husband. Soon, afterwards, .on the night of June 0, 1921, Mrs. Sanders held a light while Howard beat her husband to death willt an ax i The. lovers took the body, wrapped In a quilt, to a wooded section iicar Cootcr and attempted to burn County Soil Conseivation Body Will Be Chosen Next Week Election of the Chlckasawba dls- -rlct committee to administer the- 5oU conservation program in : 1937. cheduled for yesterday afternoon, was postponed .until' next "week when a quorum of community committee members failed to appear for the meeting. '• ;• . Most of the community commit- tccmen were on hand iti the morning for the annual outlook meeting at the courthouse but a number of tiiciii found It necessary ; to return to their homes hi the . afternoon. I-i. H. Autrey, superintendent ot schools at Burdetle, who represented the Mississippi County Farm Bureau at the organization's national meeting at Pasadena, Cal., spoke at the morning meetlhg In place of R. E. short,- president of the Ar- AS if'nothing had happened, they reported that Sanders had stolen n car and left. • • ' ' Five days later Robert Sanders, now a prominent farmer of Tyler, brother ot O. E. Sanders; fearing his brother had met with foul iplay at the hands of the palr,.had Mrs. Sanders and Howard placed in the Caruthersville jail on suspicion. At the request of prosecuting Attorney Shelly Stiles sf, r Frank Crawford,; constable, and others began a search for the body, which was soon found.. : • - . Howard confessed before Judge Rltey at New Madrid and received a life sentence In the Missouri prison at Jefferson City.."• Due to 111 health and a change of prosecuting attorneys. Mrs. Sanders was finally acquitted. Under an assumed name she'went to Arkansas and married again. While dreaming one night she told of the murder of her first husband,' Her husband did not believe her when later she said she had only Imagined the story. Hc^ divorced her and a few months laler a baby girl was born to Mrs. Sanders, which was adopted by a prominent family of. Arkansas. v " Two weeks before Ihe death of •Mrs. Sanders,'.Howard died In the- state prison after a lohj Illness'of tuberculosis. • ' '' Six-Man Football team Conference for' County .Mississippi county's smaller high schools have organized an eight- school conference lo play six-man foqtball next fall, It has teen announced. . .'. The conference will be composed of Ehawnee. Wilson. Keiser, Dycss Cell, Armorel. Yarbro and Luxora , A championship will be awardet on the' basis of galncs won ant lost and a. trophy awarded. . •- i: The six-man team differs fren the orthodox game In the number of players and some rules. The change, lo sis-man football is due to lack, of material and finances. Closing Stock Price* 171 1- A T and T '...'...... Anaconda Copper ..... Bethlcjiem Steel. 95 Chrysler 127 Coca Cola ..;. 159 1- Gencral Electric 56 CCii;rnl Motors 023-4 International Harvester 101 Oakland airport. Amelia In crack-up while nt-> templing to take off. ' • »I f 'Tire b!c\v out. One wheel off. ' Tropeilor badly damaged * 'OH dripping on runway 'No one hurt L 'Amelia'calm, collected." The planes_momentum carried It! inolher 1000 feet down the runway!' . )efore It came to rist lying flnt on P ts wings 50 feet from the bink at{ he end of the field. j Miss Earlmrb stepped fiom thol lamagcd machine J, What happened? 1 she asked f :almly. : f ^She was followed by Noonan and! Manning ' , . kansas Bureau Federation, McKcsspn-Robbins MonlKOinery Ward .. New Vork-Central .. Packard :...',. Phillip.! Petroleum ... Radio Corp who was unable to attend. E. E. Karns, extension engineer, discussed the possibilities tor rural electrification In Mississippi ci'im- ty under Ihe HEA program. Other speakers were Paul cralg, Instructor in vocational agriculture at Blytheville high school, who gave the annual outlook talk, and Miss Cora Lee Colcman, home demonstration agent, whq discussed the "live at home" program for 1957. Community soil tonserviition committees were chosen at township elections during the week. Tlicje named have been announced as follows: Chickasawba—John Eniothernmn, chairman. Carl Bean and D. G. Moore; H. G. Matthews, alternate. Hickman—M. E. Loflin. chairman, w. E. Hagan, E. C. Adkisson; J. E. Talc,'alternate. Bowen—G. W. Potter, chairman, G. C. Wadley. J. C.-Eubanks; M. E. Cook, alternate. • . . x Half Moon-^J. N. Richardson"^ chairman, Lcland Hodge, Claud 63 1-2 Duncan; Willie Richardson, alternate. Big Lake—L. Broom, chairman, :2 Walter Grlffln, Homer Robertson; Elmer Robertson, allern&te. . : Clear Lake—Charles Lutes, chairman, J. M. Aycock, J.'v. Pierce 15 1-2 10 3-1 55 11 1-2 Et Lcyis-San , Francisco i' 4 1-8 Simmons Bed '...,'...'. 54 1-2 Standard of N J 105-3 Texfir, fjorp ..' ,...' 57 7-8 ,11 S- Smelling 93 1-4 u'•'is;e'ue'i : •.:.,.;. 117 ZOnitrt .•;•..., 7 3.4 H. E. Long, alternate. ,•, Hector—T. F. 'Martini chairman S. L. Smotherman. E M. 'Woodard; J. A. Hardln, alternate. ' Canadian—c. E. Crigger, chairman, J, c. Dobbs, Andy Harshman Bprl Ross, alternate. i, J. D. Hodges, S. H. i t'er: 0. B. Martin, alternate. Jankers of Group One j in Session at Marion! D. A Lynch of Blythevilte was lamed chairman of legislative " committee of Group One of the Arkama.5 Bankers Association at a : mcetln» of the group ,y'ester- ' lay and last night a^- Marlon. A number of'members 'of -the' assoclalion from Blytheville and' Osceola > were In attendance. In-' icluding the retiring chairman, U '-:. • McDc-armtm of' the Mississippi 3oimly , bank of Osceola, ''E 's Crlhfielcl. C E Sitllcngcr and 3. W. Spann, also of Osceola. Those from Blytheville were.F.-E.) JVar-f ren, Rodney BaiiKter. Rllcy. Jones ", Max Logan. Dixie Crawfoid;,Louis ' i Cherry, Joe Tricschman and. Mi.i' Lynch. ' ' . [ Group One has recently' been 1 enlarged by the addition of four ", counties, the number of grouiw! In the state liavlnj, been reduced j from seven to four Two hund-. red and Uenty-five members werc-^ present They met in the new • community house at Marion. State Police Commission <, Drops Two Patrolmen LITTLE ROCK, Mar 20-lllie removal of two members of the slffe 'police dEpirtmer,', effective at once, was announced to-" day by Commission Chairman Jack Porter of Forrest City. Those removed \\cre Patrolmen Neal Shannon, stationed at Pine Bluff, and Earl May, assigned to the second district. > Porter, v^io refused lo say ^hy the tv-o men had been discharged.' intimated thst one of Uient might be remstaied early nctt week. WEATHER Arkansas—Ffc i r. colder, frost to- nlsht Sunday fair, ; , Memphis and \icinity—Fair: tb- nlsht and Sunday, Colder tonight . - -. _„ Reed, chairman *" h 10TVest ^P^tu™ 36 jo 42. j rred Davis. ;Bruce Culp; F. C The maximum (emperature' here j Pierce, alternate. -.-•;. iyeslcrday was 69,' minimum ''43? 1 ! i—Ftank Noe, partly cloudy with 07 of an ifiph'j chairman, .r n trnrtooc a tj <^i-_ rainfall, aqcording to SamUel'p,'] Korris, official weather obseryen >*|

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