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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 31, 1937
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BLYT COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP' NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST WSSOU1U VOL. XXXIV—NO. 11 Blythcvllle Courier, Ulytlievllle Herald Btylhcvlllc Dally News ~~ ' ' ———*-TT-rrr— ^MississippivnlleyLender HLYTllKVILI.K, ARKANSAS, WHDN'KSDAY, MAIU-ll 31, SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS NEAR COLLAPSE H REJECTED Adverse Report Voted on Land Ownership Aid Proposal WASHINGTON, Mar. 31 (UP) — The house agriculture committee today voted to kill a $50,000,000 hill intended to provide loans to help tenant farmers to own (heir p. ,-,. own farm. The committee action VilVCS LJIg | Youthful Murderer Is ] Given Life Imprisonmcnl! , LITTLE DOCK, Mar. 31 (UP) — ' , Ciranville B. Golcher, I0-yenr-o;d I youth, was sentenced lo life Im- piisonment today aftt-r cnterliiii a plea of guilty^to murder charges I In first division circuit courl. i-j Golcher wus cliaifed with staying M. J. Sherry, liquor store operator, in a holdup on March 5. Lo ST.! i ness 1 n v i Oca th> thrust into doubt the future of U-naray legislation. I ,Tho house committee voted, 131 to 11. to kill the measure, which ! was sponsored originally liy jonly to Pro- '-osal {or $50,000 Bone ,ssue nit.) 0]«uiLaui (_u HI IJJHU111V IIV UtTM, ,rr^.T»»T-»- Marvin Jones iDem., Tex.), chair- '' Kt:K ™ETT. Mo., March 31.—By man nl lire committee. . a majority of more than five to one j u> in ui IJIT; lUllllIJILlcc. . ' -. • — ,-v u».»- Tlie committee vote followed 12 vo ' ers , 01 ' Dunklln county, in n spe- wecks of' debate over the pro- ™' clectlon yesterday approved a - •. ' . SoC.ULfl bond issue. nrn"p<vt.; nf which was intend- J.w^ll llll.ioull.-, Y.UIL-II V,'US imellCl- ...v.l-i, ,., . . ,' ° ' ed to represent a compromise be- *)"' hfw "! be "f 1 to supplement iii.oiin iK rt i,^.,,- ~r ... , VVI'A U'nds in the construction of - tween the views of northern and southern members 'und 1 ; iu the construction of a new $150,000 courthouse here. ! With only a few small pi-e;inels incut by President Roosevelfo'iily um ' e l )DrtM lhc .vote nt noon today yesterday Indicating his desire to f°°£ * l f~^ '" favo r ot t»e l)on:l & ^2r«i B &; ^n ^.^TSn.u,,:™,. of only on a small experimental },,,, ",va s iiiorii; than" 8 two" \o*~ ™ l ~ dom of large Immediate ciialmian Jones said Ihe vole ont, although the committee still lias lo act upon other phases of the program,' including loans for LL 'ifsue is suia to insure an 2arly start on the biiilding. as WPA authorities, had indicated thsir readiness rehabilitalipn purposes and purchase by the government "of sub- marginal lands. -..':- Seven Democrats : joined with . six of the seven Republican com.- t .', n .UU.s^embers In :i,voting -. tolf :• ''Strike oat ^the tenancyi'oanKprd-1 1 ^:lsions_>'> ;~':~ ; v -^~.\'.- ;' f •• Th(i ..action came after p'resi-1 dent Roosevelt conferred with Jones and olhcr congressional I I arm leaders yesterday to reemphasize the importance of the to go ahead as scon as the proposition received the approval of the electorate. program. Favor Nationalization of 12 Reserve Banks WASIIINGTON. Mar. 31 (UP)— House inflation advocates from 30 states today agreed to seek enactment at this session of con- Molive for Attempt to Kill i > • i .11 * _ . . " Kirksville Mystery Offirill j State Penal Board To i Sell Tucker Prison Farm i ___ I LITTLE ROCK, Mnr. 31 (UP)-- Pmploycs of Oov. Curl E. llnltey's office annotuiced this nflcrnoon that Ihe slate pciufl, board would meet early next week and vote to sell the land ol the Tucker t'rlson farm to the Resettlement Administration . lor a homestead project. The recent legislature passed ail net allowing (lie. farm lo be sold nnd centering all prison activities On the Cumming.s larm. Prtje Refuses to Transfer Money \Vilhotil Opinion by Roll LITFLE HOCK, Mar. 31 (UP) Employes of Ally. den. Jack Holl'a office today Indlcaled that .11 would be several days belore an .opinion could be given on the .legality of transferring $100,000 -Tom the stale bond refunding BC- ,-!.qunt to pny Hie expenses of Gov. Ciirl E. lialtcy's bond refunding VrCRram. 'f'.'Tlie Icgallly of the leKlslalivc •~.ct liaiislerring Ihat innounl was qiicslioiu'c] by Stale Treasurer Eiirl Page on receiving nil order 'from Slale Comptroller Jame: Goff rctiuesling the transfer. At the same time It was brought out Hint Slate Auditor Oscar Humphreys' had refused- to approve vouchers for $132.20 lo cover : the traveling expenses of the Bo'yernorV advbsory board :on re muling ut their first incellng. 61-Year-Old River in a n Found Guilty of Second Degree Murder After' deliberntliuj less limn mi hour a circuit court Jury today round Sum Sheldon guilty ot second' degree murder in Die slaying of D.ivls and nxc<l Ills punhh- nent at seven years Imprisonment In the state penitentiary. Trial of wooilrow Itykcr , and Monroe Jackson, youths clmnc'l wllh grand larceny, in the (holt of a car owned by Frank McCulla, collon man, was underway Ihls aflcrnoon. olaude F. Cooucr represents liyker and, Oeiie Bradley Is allorirsy for Jackson by' appointment of the couii. A Jury received Ihe case of the 01-year-old trapper and; rlvcrman at 11;30 o'clock this morning anil retired to consider its verdict. : KIRKSVILLE, Mo.. Mar. (.UP). —-Angry citizens slarteri „ reward .fund today for,, the c.iu- ture of' the p.»rson who tried to assassinate their mayor. lovcliness which mode Veronica Oedeon a model sought 'by |Nevv York artists Is apparent in this tccent photograph. Her 1 beauty also probably was Hie cause of her death/ police believed. j Seeking without result the man who killed her,- her mother, and 3! 3. roomer, officials thought the imndercr-attacker was drawn to the crime by Veronica's attractiveness. ictment at this session of con- assai »sinate their mayor. Gall iress of legislation for govern- | j!tc °bs, by planting a black po-.v- nent ownership of the twelve fed- der bomb in his automobile. oral reserve banks. Trial Is Postponed .Trial ol Dave Mclcnlf, in municipal court, on a charge of obstructing a state highway, has been continued until next Week. The fine and costs have been susended in the case of E. J. Terry, charged with reckless driving. The fastest thing you can do is to wink your ej-e, winch takes an average of one-tenth of a second. UT€Lfc] YOU BY - ^ BURNS The 45-year-old mayor gravely wounded vvilh only ivcn chance to survive. Botli md arms were shattered when 'he bomb exploded under the hoed of his car as he attempted o move it from his garage TIIES- •lav morning. There appeared to be a lack of: motive. Ttie town had beep singularly free of criminal, politi- *al. and labor troubles. The Kirksville Dally Express. In 'n appeal for contributions to "a reward of several thousand dollars," commented: "Kirksville people have read of such outrages in the cities in the ?angster wars. In tlie attempts to •>et rid of officials who were disturbing racketeers, in labor disputes and the like, but despite Mns knowledge no one dreamed it Senator Morns Will Offer fll : 'Authorizing TVA- 1 V'PE ri'OiectS _ ___ WASHINGTON. March 31 (UP) . Senator George W. Norris (Ind., . iNeo.i I duce Taclfiilncss is one of ihs finest irnlls a person can develop-cspec- Ml.v if he's dealin' with the public. me only way you can possibly develop this trait Is by studyin' human nature. That way you learn to size people up. A remark that sonic people wouldn't pay any attention to, niisht offend somebody Tlie best hand I ever saw at this was my uncle Squ!n«y. H c use'ta be a sort of junk dealer down home. One day he went up to the house of a new family nnd rang the door- te 1 The lady opener! the door a hills bit and n=ckin' throuah the crack, says "What do you want?" uncle Squincey says "Havs ya sot n "y old beer bottles?- Tlie lidy owned the door and slood there fit M U him nnd s!Ud " Da I look Ke tho kjnd of n la[ , who , d have be cr boiu cs o- said today he plans to intro- a bill at this session of congress authorizing construction of TVA-type flood control, navigation and power projects throughout the country. Norris. father of the Tcnnsssce Valley Authority, disclosed his plan after a short conference with President Roosevelt. "All rivers in the United States." Norris said, "should be controlled if the nature of the country thru which they How is subject to a national need control program." Norris said that flood control - O ..~.o S i/u jiy help from ! ^' otl 'd be the most important func- '-he mayor. He said he knew of tion ° r tlle projects he would like | no enemies who might have tried • lo sec scl "P on the country's ms- lo kill him. He had Iricd lo de- '""" vlr "-" ¥ " ---• - : iline Ihe office when it was of- »"ld happen here." Col Marvin Castscl of lhc state ---».. *,* nil; ol.lLt. highway palrol said the bomb was let off by a wire running to the generator of the car. The spark turned • (he •nnie when Jacobs ignition key. Investigators got Woodshed "Explain i n g" Sends Children Back lo Classrooms Court Plan Would Ope.. Way to Dictatorship Says Dorothy Thompson Caraway Man Shot by Newport P.esident NEW POUT, March 31. (UP) — Physicians attending Lcsler Woody, 25, ot Caraway, today held litile liO]H> for Ills recovery from gunshot wounds said lo hnvc been In- Ilictcd lasl night by Jo; Cordcll of this city. Cordell, In reporting the shoot- hifr, said he fired nl Woody when the laller attempted to enter the Cordcll home after he was refused n "hnml-oul" nt the back door. At noon todny no charges hnil bi'i'n Ilhxl njjnlnsl Cordcll, | Promises Action as Sit- j Down Closes Mississippi Garment Plant . Uic entire moinlni; consumed,/ In nrgu- Practlctilly session was ments of counsel iind.-lhe glvliij, if Ihe courl's Instructions to Ihu Ihe father, of clghl Jury. Sheldon children, took the slahd Inle yesterday afternoon. He claimed iltat ho shol Davis In self defense after the latter had wounded him. He laid that Davis had fired three or four shots at him before he stcp- •icd from behind a tree to blare away, once at Davis with his .sln- ~li; barrel shotgun. . .'• The stale .sought lo show thiil three or four shots heard by, per- 'ons nearby, who did not. see Ihe shooting, were fired 'from Ihe same gun, while the defense'con- tended Jhere vvjs nX, ! dlsllngulsh- ; '.'W^.difference -ttctwccri the , first reports,,.flrcd in. rapid -succession, ind .tjrcvflnal shol. . / • •Negroes-Ailiiili Thcfls •' 'Pour negroes, said' to have been members-of n group of iiegrtrTiinn bnnds-wlio have stolen goods valued at S2.500 from Mrs. Louise Cnrr Chapman, farm owner of near Ar- niorcl, over a pjrlod of two years entered pljas ol guilty to criminal charges In circuit court llils'rnorn- Ing. cs Uncle Squincev says. "Well, I'm «,, slcl '' l dlaa ' t scc >'<>u very now J ca » scc wrong . » s ws wrong I apologize." Then he studied lace f or a while and he says va got any old vinegar bot- 'Copyright 1937 by Esquire Features, Inc.) ECRU, Miss.. Mar. 31 (UPl — Parents did some woodshed cx- nlnining and today sent their cliilclren back to classes in two of northwest Mississippi's strike- rllslurtcd community schools. Striking students returned to school here without the teachers iver whom they had walked out of clarse;. The students had demanded Hint tlie school board pay jack salaries owed three leachcrs. Instead of complying with the rlemnml the Ecni board borrowed three teachers from Hickory Flat. 30 miles north. The Hickory Flat school had been closed indefmlte- •y because striking " students tn- >i;tcd on the board reemploylng • teachers who had nol been ate Judiciary commltlee toda that as "n researcher into th mortality of republics" she fcare that under President Roosevelt 1 judiciary program America wouK. go the way of European democracies, fallen under dictatorships. "You say this couldn't happen here but it has happened here," Ihf newspaper woman and author said In paraphrasing the title of •me of the novels of her husband. Sinclair Lewis, ns she died past •nfringcments on rights of minorities which have been frustrated by the supreme court. 'If I go around seeing bogeys it is perhaps because I have In Ihe last 15 years seen so in any bogetys suddenly take on Mesh.' "I have never sueeestcd Hint President Roosevelt was trying to establish a dictatorship but it nn> president wanted to establish n dictatorship and do so with all the appearance of legality, tilts Is the way he would take," Senator Sherman Minion (Dem., theft nt Armorel were urrcstcd early this week by Gllne Dobbs, constable of the Armorcl comrnun- lly, who Irnvelsd over 600 miles into Missouri nnd Mississippi in arresting various members of lhc theft 'JACKSON. Miss., Mnr. 31 (UP) —Gov. inmh White today warned fit-down strikers (lint he will "do tverythlm in my power" to prevent violation ol Mississippi huvs by strikers. sit-down hy cni ~ nloycs In the Knickerbocker "Manufacturing company's mill nt West Point. Miss., the governor siild thai he wns not fully Informed rcutmllni jhe .Issues. "Bill If nny wrll Is presented lo me 1 nm going to sec that the law. and the dignity of Ihe state of -Mississippi Is upheld," Governor White sjilil. Strikers lloli) 1'lanl ~ WEST POINT, Miss,, Mnr. 31 (UI 1 ) — More thnn-'StJ non-union sit-down strikers today held :thc Knickerbocker Manufacturing company plant, .which mnkes shorts and pnjainni;). •V? i £• i.dcv (of; "the . The; 'rciniiinite plaill's 500 eniiiloye'j. iiiostly .vvo'meiv-Join- ed the slrlko^n-n^walk out basis. The sit-.dowtlcrs :took charge Inle yesterday. • : ; N • " . -. ,--,-. -Ive. 'of liie New York owners of. the company was expected to confer with Hie slrlk- 1ST LEflKSTflRTS Spanish Resentment 'at eign Intervention Appeal s Factor ' HY I.OUIS V. KEEMI.E 4 , • Dulled 1'ri'bi C.ilite C<Hlor,'V'j The hisuigent cnusc In Spain sunned lo be ciacklng today under mllltms rcveiscs nnd Inteinnl I revolt _ •;* 1'oiclgn intervention, which tlio In.stn gents counted on foi victory. I '.vimcd out to be boomerang vvhlcli thicntcns, Iheh ilcfcnt Natlonajht officcis vino enlciccl the icvoll from palilotlc motives, seeking to remold the icpubllc to their own'I political Weak, at first welcomed',] Intervention. Sec foreign Domination Now mnny of them disillusioned, feel they nio being used us '.noli, to make Spiiln n vassal state of rnsclst Ilaly uncl , Nn?l Clcr- mnuy. Tlie repoited aiiogance of soino officers among their Allies had Ijccn n blow to theh Race Spnnhh pildc - P Thai, cohplcd with Hie aundnffi- |aui nnd Po?oblnnco defeats, has vcbiiltcd In serious dliscntlon. > U .seems fahly well established' thnl n plot of icvolt ngalnst the rlghthi cause has been started In Moiocco vvhcic. lionlcnlly, tlie vll war broke out. It was planned to spicad It all tlnough Spain Including such vital centers as Biueo-;, Seville Salnulnncn, Valladolid, Malaga and Algcclitus. Ai my In Full Kctreat . , 'I he military situation meanwhile seemed desperate. The • Im- ucilnntv ichcl aimy opemtlng 'in the Porablnnca sector south of (\fodrid was In full-retreat; tc.vaid n l Coidoba Imrd piessrd by fom .ojnllst' column 1 ; Tile ''Insurgent!. - wcie In dnngci of being flapped In the mountain passes by an jnclrcllng movement and an- tlemnnded wcck with an' -SI 2.' ' i n 48-hour wage ,of others arc still being ring. Several sought In connection with lh- theft of cotton seed, groceries from the farm commissary and farm Imple- mcnls extending over a period of time. Two negroes entered plens of not guilty to charges of grand Inrccny nnd will probably fncc trial at the current term of court. They arc George mown and Jim Northern Those entering pleas of guilty to Ind.) said In ., senate today , that Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes "led with ills chin" when he got into "tlie political fight" over President Roosevelt's supreme court enlargement plan. "His letter was part fact, part nction and part dicta," Mlnton said. Closing Stock ' or streams and rivers. -eelccted for nex . Navigation preservation of soil Supl. J. H. colvir, cut short a °"""- '* and generation of power, he s; at Guntown, 20 would be "extremely 'Important by- want to be mayor," but he mittcd to the voters. NEW YORK, Mar. 31 (UP) miles north of Timelo man's Bayou, Pecan Point. Marie Major Fred Kelley and W. B. Kciscr. Dycss nnd New Orleans TVA. He said he hoped the in- i Beth, steel Chrysler Cities Service Coca Cola . Gen. Electric formalion will, be compiled in inn Vote at Confer COOTER. Mo.—A town Lions clubs In this vicinity arc at for presentation of a bill (o con- and two members of the school Trimmmi, trnrrlsburc and board will be chosen In the city Educator Sees Girls EAST ST. LOUIS, III.. March 31. larceny charges .were: John "bee . Ben Lee, otho Lcc and jhn Baker Willie While drew a $25 fine In municipal court for petit larctny in a theft at an Armorcl store and Willie MstcnH and Jessie White were fined for disturbing the peace in a brawl at Armorcl Saturday n.ght in which several store win- down were smashed. New Organization '. Will Hold First Meeting*.at .Wilson Monday Night OSCEOLA. Alk.-The first meeting of the newly organized Soulh Mississippi County Lions club will be held Monday night April 5. at the Wilson Community clubhouse. Jesse Taylor of Blythcvllle will be the guest -speaker, Steele Voters to Name Two Aldermen Tuesday ETEELE, Mo.—Two aldermen and ••-•-• •« mu lesuiar mcennB nlncc two school board members will be The club has 35 charter mem named In me annual municipal tors and has .set a goal or in election here next Tuesday, at members from the communities of which a library tax will also be sub-/{ Wilson, Bassett. Joiner, French- likely that, unless nlhllaled It seemed , Mussolini dKiegaids. the ..„„- liileivcntion agreement and throws in heavy leenforcemcnts from Hnly the entile Insurgent movement mny soon be In a bad nay. Mass executions of icbellious of- '| ficeis and soldleis were icpoilcd from Tetuan In SpankUj, Moiocco and from Algcciirts, M/alSga, Ln Llnca and San Rocque, insurgent stiongholds In soulhe-ip iSplin:^" llusc elm's Mounted'|[\ At Oibraltai It was said ' that insui gents last night moiinC-if tom huge Germnn-mndo guns on scacoastv between .Tarifa. • SlynlUcnn the end _ ^ guns, which pointed out over The! slialls and towaid tire Rock of Gibraltar, was not Immediately en Algectrasa mice of thV] out over Fhei explained but. It suggested . it . .1 ' «"«S5«ii:u that they weie placed to repel n, po-islble countci icvolt from Spanish Moiocco ncioss the straits ' Telephone communication with. Tetuan, chief cltv of . Spanish' Moiocco was cut after It hud been reported that between '.30, and ICO leveller's had been e\e- -I cutcd at the Tetuan airport • f Persons arriving at Gibraltar ' said that more, than 500 officers ' and men at; the Insurgent aviation- base at Tetuan had ilsen in re- ; volt Artist Donates Talent To Decorate Nursery Front hedging hit „., today and broke futures 4 to 15 points from yesterday's seven-year highs. May ,.. July ... Oct. ... Dec. ... Jan. ... Mar. open high . 1453 1459 1446 1449 1388 1390 1387 1392 1444 1434 1379 1383 1416 1435 1380 --- 1383 1388 1388 1385 1385 1391 1396 1388 1388 Spots closed steady at 1486. off H. New York Cotton NEW YORK, March. 31. .UP)Cotlon closed steady. open high low close Mny 1455 H65 use 1450 J"'y H53 1456 1437 1438 Oct. 1390 1395 1381 '1381 Dec 1383 lags ^74 1377 Jan 1385 1392- 1377 1378 Mar 1390 1392 1380 1380 Spots closed quiet at 1510, on 15. Looking Beyond Home| BOSTON. (UP)—The mode r n •>irl wouldn't be heartbroken if she never married, because she has enough resources within "herself to make a successful, .vvell-rounde.-i lifo. according lo Dr. Jean Men- cienhall. At Boslon University's Sargent College of Physical Education, Dr. Mendenhail conducts a course in "Hoijic Relationship." believed the first of it.s kind in Ihe country. "Tr.c older generation livid within th,e home' and children"' she says, "and forgot' that children Inevitably gro«- up and away from us." (UP)—Hogs: receipts. 7.500. 170-230 Ibs.. 10.10-1020. Light weights. 7.00-0.75. Bulk sows. 9.60-9.80. Callb: receipts. 2.COO. Ste?rs. 8.05-13.00. Slaughter steers. 6.75-13.50. Mixed yearlings and heigcrs 7509.!)0. Slaughter heifers. 6,50-11.2,5. Beef cows, ft.25-6.50. Cutlers and low cutters, 3.75-5.00. Chicayo Corn open high , low close Int. Harvester McKesson Montgomery Ward N. Y. Central Packard Phillips Pelro. . Radio St. I..-S. P Simmons Ucd Standard Oil N. J. Texas Corp U. S. Smelling ..-. U. S. Slccl Zonlle 104 1-4 1 Prcs ™t members of Ihe town Reid, Tom Perry, Rushing and Ed -4 15 1-8 " oard arc l ' 62 5-8 I R "'l )h Bmls 51 3-4 I Crlce - ' 10 7-8! Ti ' c school board scats to be fill- 'od arc those of j. E. Chambers, whose term expires, and Mr. Morton, clccled last vear. who has niov- Officers of the club, organized under Ihe direction of Max B Reid of Blythevillc, district governor of Lions International are- W. P. (Hy, Wilson, president- Thomas M. Lnney, secretary; K. P. Cullom, treasurer; John Burnett, lion lamer; w. B. Bitrkett. tall twister; f{. C . Branch nnd B. B. Bell, directors. Meeting? will be held the first and third Monday nights of each month. When the Sunset Park clubhouse, between Wilson and, Bnssell, Is completed It will prob-= MILWAUKEE (UP) — CasmI* «hi« be the regular meeting pincc. S1n l">° ''ad no money to donate when called upon by: a'Coiiimun- ity Fund .worker, but he did offer his unusual talent .as a nureeiv % decorator. : : Commnity Fund officials told- him to go to work on the walls v of the Children's Hospital stapko did. nnd now scores of children laugh and giggle nt the pictures on (heir hospital room walls of Mother Goose, Popcje. Mickey Mouse and others of their beloved characters. ' Best of all the bandaged children like Stapko's "Ihe Cat's and the Dog's birthday dinner.'' With his pallet,- brushes and paint Stapko has been at woik In the hospital for several months. His Amusing murals- brigriten 15 rooms. i.Iarkcd 57 55 3-4 72 1-8 61 1-2 100 121 5-8 7 1-2 ed out of the district. The election will be held in ths school building. Chicago Wheat open high low close May 1213-4 122 3-4 120 1-S 121 1-2'Mfty 1431-2 144 3-4 H2 1-2 H2 1-2 July 110 lie 1-2 114 3-4 115 1-41 July 129 129 7-8 127 1-8 127 1-4 Grass Fire On Delmar City firemen were called out to halt a grass fire on Delmar street early this afternoon. No damage resulted from the blaze, One of Rose Twins Dies Early Today Bobby Gene Rose, month-old son of Frank Rose, died at the I Blythevillc hospital early this! morning'. Tlie baby was one of twin babies born lo Mr. and Mr. Tlie mother died within a few hours after the babies, the other a girl, were born. Tlie, twins had been , kept at Ihe. Blythcviile hospital since the death of their mother. Funeral arrangements, .In charge of Ihe Cobb Funeral Home, were, incomplete today. WEATHER Arkansas—Fair, wanner tonight, Thursday partly cloudy, wanner in east and south portions. ' " Memphis and vicinity—Fair nnd somewhat :vvarmer tonight and Thursday. Lowest .temperature to- " night 42 to 46. Tlie maxhmuYi temperature h,f>ti vesterday 'was'; 55. minimum 33, > .clear..according to Samuel T\ Morris, official weather observer. 1

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