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VOL. XXXIV—NO. 27 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTJIEAST ARKANSAS AND 80UTIIEAST MISSOURI Blythevllle Ccur|er Blylhevlllc Dnlly News niytlievlllc Herald Mississippi Vnllcy Leader IHATHUVILI.H, ARKANSAS, MONDAY,' Al'HIL 1!), 10.T7 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CUNTS GUARD SPAIN' I Caruthcrsviilc Feels ' DecorU'i •'<"•' SiR'Ct ^ Three Earth Tremors ' {QT CARUTHERSV1LLE, Mo.—Three distinct earth tremors were felt here at 7 o'clock last night. They were only a few seconds aparl nnd apparently were of local origin. j So far as could be learned here the tremors were felt only in the A i • • • , , territory near Caruthcrsvlllc and OH!'lUStra110<\ Leaders adjacent to the Mississippi river. Will H°»!' Dnft nf iVW No le|)0rt cr l' ie ' carth <l uakc be wm n.-i Lnan oi ivies 1|lg llollmt ftt Hns . u or B ragga- SfltJ" I OclaV docio was received here. WASHINGTON, April 19. (UP) — T":c- While House s-i:j to-lay that it was certain that President Roosevelt's special budget-relief message to congixrs this week will parent definite eccnctnies in oov- r-rnment spending for the 1931-38 fiseal yeai 1 . Presidential aides declined, however, to estimate the savings which Mr. Roosevelt hopes to effect by cutting down on unemployment alii ancl retrenchment of expenditures. The development came as President Roosevelt, faced with a mounting deficit for Ihe current feral year, called tsn administration and fiscal aides to tlr° White Ilotue for a final late afternoon conference on the budget relief message. . Those summoned to the White Heine to hear Mr. Roosevelt react I he first draft of his message were: Vice-president John H. Garner, Secretary of Treasury Henry MT- senthaii jr.. Acting BmlgH Director Daniel Bell, sp;aksr of the House William B. Bankhead, Sen- Rules Policy Holder Had j Right lo Dispose of Insurance Proceeds ' IT" E ROCK. April 19. (UP)— IW The stale supreme court today up- he'd the right of an insurance policyholder to dispose of the proceeds of his policy after death by will and cut off the benefits that others would have received as beneficiaries of the policy. The rise was frnm Chrk countv, | where the will of the late J. H. Pedron was contested by Mrs. J. H. Pedroti, who had been named the beneficiary in two $1.000 i»)icie.i. Mrs. PMron appealed from the cir- lit" Majority Leader ,|oseoh T Rob- i clllt collrt rulln * whlch l! ? lckl tl)e I inson. Senator Pal Harrison (Dem wi " ot ller lal - e husband in giving ' the bulk of- his estate lo a daughter, Jamie, The couple' had been senarabd Miss.). Senator James P. Byrnes lUem., s. C.). House Majority Leader. Sam Raybtirn (133m.. Tex.),i Hep. Edward COD ancl Taylor (D;m, ueo. Robert Doughton, iDpm. N. C.) The conference was scheduled at 5:15 p.m. after Mr. Roosevelt returns from throwing cut the first ball to opsn the 1937 baseball sea- H-iltie Holland 'Girl Has Spinal Meningitis HOLLAND, Mo.—Margaret Tucker, two-year-old daughter oi' Mr. and Mrs. .Woodrow Tucker, has spinal meningitis in the contagious form, physicians decided yesterday at (lie Blytheville hospital, where she was taken for diagnosis. The child was returned to her home here immediately after the diagnosis. She beeame ill three days ago and was laken to Bly- thevlllc after her physician diagnosed the 'case but wanted a more complete test. .The Tuckers lived on the Arnold Severn farm London streets will he a riot of height of the coronation festivi- lions for the old cilv of London Only One Witness Testifies a I 20-Mimile 1 Session Governor's Brother Is Named To State Job WASHINGTON, April IS. (OP>— The senate judiciary committee ei'ded Its hearing for today, after an unprecedentcdly brief 20-mlnlite session. There were indications tliat^ptibllc testimony on the president^ court plan wlil conclude this week. t Today's hearing session was (he briefest the committee has. held since it .started public testimony. The only witness called was Alnn Llndburg. New York stock broker, a nephew ot Gov. Herbert Lehman of New York and related to Secretary of Treasury Henry Morgen- thnu jr. Litiburg opposed flic court program as a step toward dictatorship. After brief questioning Ltnburu was excused and the committee recessed for the day. .'. The briefness of the session iiir creased Indications that testimony LlTl'LE JiCCK, Apr. 10 IUP>— The appointment' or Marvin lialley, brother 01' Oov. Curl E. Bailey as assistant superintendent of mnUv lUtciulanls at the stale hospital', ., ~ .... WH.I iiniioiinnd llwtoji by Dr. LorcilC llUWilVcIs Victim 01 Joseph Hoe. Bailey • is n former resident of Uatesville, Halley succeeds Herbert McCmil- ey. who was named superintend- flit replaclni; Joe Smith who was discharged. One of a Series of Week Hud Auto 'Accidents Youth, Struck On Head By Baseball, Succumbs CORNING, Ark.. Apr. 19 UP) — Oorgc Knolls, 18. today died of. the Injury suffered when he was| lilt on (he head ilurhm a baseball game Sunday. Knolls was batting nnd was struck on the temple by a ball! pitched by Howard Pierce, 10. Hn! ofd not llnish tin- gnmc hut '{7 ..... p , I ; • n to town complaining ofi IOU1 ' 0\\C1S JOH1 111 13- taking conclude this week. probably Friday, with the commjt- Ice then commencing secret consideration of the president's bill. Buria! at Bassett (or Electrocuted Sla!yfcr BASSETT. Ark. Funeral .services were held at Bassett cemetery Saturday morning for Roy Wil- tuni Eatmon. 24, who was eliic- trocuted at Nashville. Tenn., Friday morning for the hold-up murder of a Tennessee filling station attendant. Eatmon lived in the 'Carson Lake community until VISIT HEBE Brings Invitation to" Bly- thcville lo .Attend Memphis Carnival Arriving In Blythcvllle ahead of schedule and leaving behind schedule, the Memphis Cotlon Carnival's Good Will ulr tourists presented Mayor Marlon Williams of Blythevllle with a key lo Memphis nnd urged Blylhevlllc residents not lo miss the 1937 Cotton carnival, which will Tuesday, May 11, open The Commercial Dechcraft for several months prior to Pedron's death. ; The higher tribunal, in affirming he Imver cqurt's action, assorted that the beneficiary named in the j'j' Insurance policies had nr> vested right.'in the policies' as long as the insured was alive-and that the Insured might by the terms of his will, dispose. of the benefits.-.from the' policies' at 'his death. without giving notice to tile iirairancj copi- nany of his intention lo change the beneficiary. ; r •/_• • In a second Insurance case the court held that the manager for the insurance department of a business firm In which a arbuo insurance policy had been issued to em- ployes lacked the authrity lo change Ihe beneficiary of any em- ploye insured under the «roun con-1 orticcrs anA travcl bureau dl-1 highway engineer, who accom- tract. ' • » i | rec [prs of American Automobile I panied the tourists oh their trip The case was from Pulaski chan- Association clubs' in 25 or more | through the state; C. W. Wcrtlian, eery court where the children of Traveling In Appeal's swift the parly of four swooped 'clown on Dlythevlltc from the northwest at 10:55 o'clock,' five minutes ahead of schedule. After circling the city the plane landed nl the municipal airport. cherlg, chairman of the 11 tour. Dixoti of CAR UT11 ERSVILLE, Mo. — Sov- eral person's were hurl In highway accidents hi this section Friday' Saturday and Sunday nights. The' mast seriously Injured appeared lo i be Miss Lorenc Edwards of this lv, who was hurt Snturday night. Miss Edwards Is In a critical con- dlllon in the Methodist hospital at Memphis with a dislocated hip. a fractured pelvis bone, and a leg injury sustained when an Iron nici penetrated her leg near the hip and protruded near the knee'. She was driving ah automobile on Highway in,' between Now Madrid and Slkcslon.. when a tire blew out, the automobile careening oil the highway Into n ditch, l-'raiikle Cunningham; also of Carulhersvllb, sustained a wrenched back, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Martin of Haytl, also occupants of the- car, were slightly bruised. Sunday night on Highway. 84, between Caiulhersvllte and Iluyll. three autmoblles figured in a collision. Buddy Gowan, driving Pmil Howard's automobile, drove Imo wnlki'd 11 severe headache. A physician said death WIIK caused by u fractured skull. Bonknuj Irol Designed lo Keep 'Slnfo Localized LONDON, April 10. (UP)— \vhr- sl'lps or areat lirllnln, Prnnc^ Cicrmany and llalj and oltlclal observers o( many nations took iij> : ports loilay off the consli of vaf- torn Siailn ami on the Spanish frontier. 1 ; of Prance and PoiUls.il Al midnight Oieeimich time <C pin. c, s. t.) they will .stall In nklll" AgCIll 'Held as luimc ot 27 I '' ] ' 0 l> 1! ni> nations tlu- C i ° ', 0 .,. . ni 'st clforl ever miule lo confine i Olayer ol 1 I'Ctly [Night war by physical means wllhln Iho Club Violinist NEW YORK, Apr. 10 (UP) — Ml.sch.a- Ross, swavtiiy Broadway booking • agent, admitted to police today that he struck prclty Tnnln limits of the tcnltoiy In which II Is being, fought. The ships anil men me Inlciidr-d to keep what Is called "the'mile world war" from becoming a bis world war. By thc.plnn. worked out by .the Leclovii, 'i'l-ycnr-old night chili [ Intcrnntfoiin^non-intcrvciilloncb'ni- Robert Talley, staff writer of The Commercial Appeal and Pilot George Stokes composed the party. Formalities were brief Arkansas Scores Hit With Traveling Tour Directors Mell Brooks, and Hugh Harbcrt vice-president of the local chain-' )cr of commerce; W. J Wumlcr- ich, president of the Lions club: hief of Police Ed Rice, Holland,-' local merchant,' half miles north of imc and Holland. This is the disease here There was an epidemic of in- first cast of this several years. fantile paralysis last summer. in this section Body of Crash Vicim Returned to Russellville Charles E. Potter secured a decree for payment lo them of the proceeds from a S3.00I) policv. The policy named Mathilda Potter, the first wife of the deceased, as the beneficiary but she died nnrt Potter remarried without chan»imj the j beneficiary named in the policy. Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK, Apr. 19 (UP) _ Trading on the New York sloe!'.exchange lagged at the lightest levels of the year today. -Price changes were Irregular and narrow. A. T. and T Anaconda Copper Beth, steel Chrysler Coca Cola Livingston drowned April 7 when Gen. Electric his airplane crashed in the Gulf I Gen. Motors ...... GALVESTON. Tex.. April 19. (UPl— The body of Lt. A. E. Livingston today was enroiite to Hus- .'.ellville. Ark. of Mexico. The body was washed ashore yesterday. The lieutenant was the son of Mr. and Mrs. N J. A. Livingston, nussellville. Ark. T€LL t—.^!9^.—t& J YOU Tnt Harvester McKcsson-Robbins . Montgomery Ward ... N. Y. Central j Packard j Phillips Pet I Radio Corp. .... Simmons Bed Standard of N. J. Texas Corp. ... U. S. Steel IT. S. Saiclting .... Zonite IBS .V? 1-R 30 1-2 110 1-2 180 543-1 50 1-8 . 10S 3-4 middle western and eastern cities ] left here Sunday morning for St. Louis with enthusiastic praise for the highways, hospitality and notural and man-made attractions of Arkansas, lo the acquaintance of which they had devoted a week of motor Iravel. The travelers, nearly 50 hi number, were guests Saturday nighl of Ihe Blythevllle Chamber of Commerce and of Crawford Noble, owner of the Hotel Noble. Before departing for St. Louis Sunday morning they were taken on a brief trip around Blytheville which included a visit to Walker Park and fairgrounds. Like Arkansas Without exception the visitors expressed pleasure and surprise .at j the reception accorded them throughout, the state and at the fine roads and the fine facilities for the entertainment of tourists which they found everywhere they went. 14 5-81 Al Brown 1 , special field representative of the National Touring Bureau, A.A.A., with headquarlers .... Cl .... 401-4 .... 10 3-8 .... 57 1-8 ---- 10 5-8 ____ 51 7-8 .... 6!» 1-8 .... 637-8 .... 91 Ill 1-8 63-1 BY BURNS This seems to be the age of nervous breakdowns, but I dort'l think I'll ever suffer from thai jest simply because I've made up my mind not to worry about anything until I get to it. Most peo- who have nervous breakdowns are Ihe kind wlio can't sleep at night for thfnkin' about all the work they have to do the next clay. I have one nervous uncle down home who \von'( last long if he don't start takin' things a little easier. Durin' harvest season, • wakes his hired hands up and early Monday mornln' has breakfast at four o'clock and he tell:, 'cm "Hero it Is Monday inornin —tomorrow Is Tuesday and the ne.xt day Wednesday—that's the whole week half gone and notliln' done yot." Chicago Wheat open high low close May 132 1-2 134 7-8 IS! 1-2 136 3-8 Jill 121 3-4 122 3-4 121 121 3-8 Chicago Corn open high low close May 120 1-2 128 7-8 120 1-1 127 1-4 Jul 118 3-4 11D 111 1-2 117 1-2 Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS. III. Apr. (UP)—Hops: receipts 16,000 Top 10.30 "0-230 Ibs 10.15-10.25 Light weights 7.15-10.15 Bulk sows 9.40-9.65 Cattle: receipts 3200 Steers 8.75-11.00 Slaughter steers 7.00-13.75 Mlxfd hiefers and yearlings 7.50-9.75 Slaughter heifers 6.75-1100 ' Beef cows 5.50-7.00 at Washington. D. C., expressed :he general sentiment when he aid that it there had been any lesilancy in Ihe pasl to route .ourists through Arkansas it had been eliminated by the week's :o«r. The tour directors expressed themselves as especially pleasec with the reception accorded their Blythevilte and the Hotel No We. The dinner Saturday nigh at the Noble, at which they wen Joined by about 40 local busincs, men, was the last event on th tour program, and lo all appear ances it brought the week's jour ncy through Arkansas to a highl satisfactory conclusion. The din ncr was excellent and the pro Si-am, which included a mlnlmim of speech making, was enlhusl astically applauded. The enter lalnment was furnished by ad vanced dance pupils of Mis Marjorie Moffct and by the gle club of the local negro school. 'Tell of Blythcvllle B. A. Lynch was toastmastc land Max B. Reid and C. G. Smil lold Ihe visitors briefly somcthln of the resources and develop inent of, Blythcvllle and Mlssi sippl county. C. H. Wilson, pres dent of .the Chamber of Con mew, spoke a brief "goodbye'* a the end of Ihe evening. Amon Ihe visitors who spoke a fe words were William McCom managing director of the recen ly organized Arkansas Automobl naiiaging ' director of Rocky ountain 'Motorists, Inc., Denver,- ol.; Louis A. Weber. Iravel cannier of the Cincinnati Automobile .ib; Mrs. Esther Fischer of the ivel department of the Milwau- •e Motor club, and others. Miss Lorena Pollard of Zancs- Illc, Ohio, was particularly -im- rcssed with the stale's future pos- billties, not only from the stand- -oint of its tourist attractions, but s opportunity for industrial de- elopmcnt. "You have absolutely vcrytlung here." she said, "ancl I m convinced that in a few years rkansas will become known as one f the richest states In the union." She pointed out the need for blg- er automobile clubs and full co- peration with other clubs as a leans of bringing more tourists to ic state. She said the state al- eady has good facilities for Iran- ling tourist trade and that such onvenicnces as we now have will lean a great deal in bringing back isitors who " icre. have already been J.. P. Bollard, Earl Wimbciiy, Don s n m- mons, Bill Crews and Raymond Bomar. The airport, made .muddy by overnight rains, presented difficulties for the air tourists The tail wheel on . the 'plane locked when it landed and some trouble was encountered in taxiing the ship. Pilot Stokes' passengers were brought to the hangar in a car Stokes replenished his fuel supply while his passengers chatted with the greetcrs and Ihen snapped a picture as Bacherlg and Mayor the rear of a machine driven by Miss Jewel Moss and his auto then careened across the highway and struck Sheriff John Hosier's car, traveling,In the opposite direction. Howard, ."riding with Oowan. sus- ] tallied cuts about, the face and head while Oowah was slightly hurt anil Mtss Moss was bruised. Hoslcy was not hurt bill his car was slUhtlv damaged. Automobiles of the others were damaged. All .arc residents of Carutliersvlllc. ; Friday night four persons sustained bruises and suffered from shock when their automobile collided with an automobile transport at the. Intersection"of Highways .8.1, and 8H near 'Hnyli.. ' The au'to^transport struck thnlr machine broadside as It entered the intersection and carried It 50 or 75 feet along the road before It swung free into a ditch. The tractor of the auto transport burned '•ut- its cargo of automobiles was saved. violinist, who wns fatally beaten In u rehearsal studio, but added that "she lilt me first." Ross' .statement, police claimed, solved the crime less Ihan 24 Hours nfier Ihe girl's body wa.s found behind draperies In the sound proof Times Square studio yesterday. ; Brought hero from Mountain- vale. N. Y., where he was round In a drunken stupor at Ihe home 3t his estranged Kosg was kepi Ignoranl of the fact thai Miss Leelova had died. He said that he and the girl were In the stiullo together, They quarreled, he admitted, over his attentions to her, which the Rlrl •ind found "S.he hit unwelcome. me llrst." he ! said. mlUre here, British and 'French ships rtlll patiol coasK contioUed. by the • nationalists and German' mid'Italian ships will patrol coasts controlled by HID loyalists. Will Sltpcnl'c Shipping Along the nench fionllci tlie-in will be 130 nculMt obborveis and along the Poitumicse fionllra 110 British observers. There wlll r be ten observers at Gibraltar. Al'con- trol porl.s along the Atlantic and .Mediterranean const? outride Spiin will be another 550 observers. Ships of all 27 nations, fiigim- f lory to the non-lnlcrvention agi-eu- mcnl, must report at lliese c'onlrol |»rts on their way to Spun and take aboard observer's who will .10- • company them lo Spanish pjil.s ami supervise the disembarkation 'of passengers and goods. .Thus the poueis hope ;D shut "She fill me with a slick or 'something. I don't remember. Then I . - , ..-.,.- ,« „.,„„ hit her. I don't '.remember'- what I olr . lll! i> rl y «U If not all uf the vol- wllli." , ' ' ,.'>.-• , „! -J imteers mid wiruminltloiyi which' Spain ( m p-ist Police siild the weapon wns a .lammcr, found, in the studio '. Inspector Michael McDerhWt •>aid Ross would, be charged with murder on the basis of his ad-' missions. ha.ve. readied mon Ih's. Ilinnliard Matlrirl MADRID, Apr. 19'."(UP)—Rebel bnttcrlts began a heavy bombardment of Madild at 3 45 p M today, causing • numerous casualties. They sent over shells >nl hUcr- vnls of two minutes, concentrating their iirlillerj fue on sheets in the ccnlci of tl-c capital, already battered by many shillings in the protracted ' Williams tlons of igaln. went the through the mo- key presentation Simon Building and Borum Drug Store Also Scenes of Fires H. N. Baur, of St. Louis, manager f the travel bureau of the Misouri Auto club, said lie was most nipressed with the desire of cvcry- >3dy (n Arkansas to cooperate. "People here have Ihe right oul- ook and this will prove a valuable asset in building good will." he said. William Harrison Furlong. San Antonio. Tex., u. S. represcillative of the national highway commission of the Republic of Mexico, said :hat he was no stranger in Arkansas as he had visited here many tines over a period of years. "I am gratified at the state's projress, wrlicularly in highways and travel facilities," he said. "Each time I return to Arkansas I find more lias been accomplished." It seemed doubtful as If the heavily loaded ship, barely able to get flying speed as it rolled down the muddy runway, would clear the field but finally it lift ed and the Cotton Carnival tourists soared away at 200 miles an hour. Before reaching here the tourists, leaving Memphis at 5-30 o clock this morning, had visited Dyersburg, Tenn., Puducah Ky and Poplar Bluff. Mo. Leaving here they still had stops at Forrest City and Helena, Ark., Greenville and Aberdeen, Miss., Two fires yesterday morning and one this morning damaged a residence, second door apartment In the business section and a drug store. A residence, occupied by the E. B. Woodsra family and owned by Mrs. Parnsworth Black, 915 Hcarn street, jvas damaged heavily by fire about 10:45 o'clock Sunday morning. A spark was said to have Ignited a dry shingle roof. Damage to the house was estimated in excess of 51,000, with household furniture and clothing also damaged. An apartment on the second A.-B. A. Council Opens Meeting at Hot Springs HOT SPRINGS. Ark, April 19. (UP)—American Bankers Assocla-, lion's executive council today open-1 Loyalist a'lltllcry Immediately ed Us annual meeting. relumed the fire and the duel The council was to hold three o;' blj guns rocked the capllal days of executive meetings. Association President Tom 1C. Smith. St. Louis, presided. As In the past the council was expected to map a program for :he association's annual iiiestinj in Boston later this year. Reports will be made by presidents of sections a'nsl divisions. Thai of the American Institute of Banking will be delivered by Henry Vcrdclln, Minneapolis; National Banks, W. F. Augustine. Boston; State Banks, H. M. Chamberlain. Salt Lake City. Utah; Savings. Noble R. Jones, St. Louis; State Securities, Thcotiorc P. Cramer Jr., Portland, ore.; and Trusts. Blalnc B. Coles. Portland. Slate legislation will be reported by B. A. Lynch, Blythevllle; lodcrai legislation. Robert M. Haines, Win- eeen, ss nmi i « • ~ Jackson. Tenn ahead of them I noor of tllc slmon *> Ma] "S, Mai LU 1,U1. nilfl 5?n/*mi/l f I r^nlr- ,,-nr. J „.,,„,.„ KENT, O. (UP) Ray Novotny Kent State University basketball coach and former holder of the state scoring record In football, Won a bet by throwing a football' through a regulation gym ring rom a distance of 15 yards. New York Cotton NEW YORK. Apr. 17 (up) _ Cotton closed steady. May July Hold Two on Coast for Prescott Ptfbbery LOS ANGELES, Cal.. April 10. (UP)— Federal officers today held John Kleinchester. 25. and Holler M. Minion, 28, for questioning in connection with a bank robbery in Prejcolt, Ariz., March 30. Kleinchester and Minton denied any knowledge of the robbery- They were taken into custody in a beer parlor. open high low claw 1349 1356 1324 1351 1352 1323 Oct 1325 1327 1300 t>ec 1320 1320 1292 J an 1320 1321 1297 March 1324 1324 1298 1325 1323 1300 1292 1297 1298 and Second streets, was damaged when an oil stove (lame Ignited woodwork. The apartment was occupied by a Mr. Russell and family.- The fire wns confined to one room. Borum's drug store suffered damage from a fire that sinold trcd for awhile and then died out. It wns already out when the slore was opened for business this morning but the storeroom was filled with smoke. An electric molor in a freezing compartment behind the soda fountain or a wire short-circuited apparently, starting a P.re that practically tox, aged part of the fountain backbar and equipment The rebel bombardment mnrked- Ihe eighth consecutive day that the capital has been shelled. Loyalists, in a' vigorous drive to 1 oust nationalists from'-their menacing hold on Temcl. provinca In eastern central Spain, claimed successes on two sectors. H was asserted oflicially' that; the loyalists captured BroncoalE.s' and Monterde. 25 miles west' n'f Tcrucl, attacked toward Celadas, north of Tcrucl.-against-slid 'resistance, and tombed bridges ,'ou. the highway and railroad leading from Zaragoza to Terucl'- on the nationalists' mcin line 61 supply. ston Salem. C., anrl taxation. Charles i[. Mylandcr, Columbus. o.| Hold Services Today for W. C. Bradsher Truck Driver Held After Highway. Accident A man whose name was given as John Vandlvcr was jailed by Deputy Sheriff Arch Ltnrisey today after he had received firsl aid treatment at Hie Blythcvillc hospital , for slight injuries sustained In a Ark. — -Services] highway accident near Yarbro ear- PARAGOULD, will be held this afternoon for I ly "this morning". William Claude Bradshcr, 45, cotton ginner and banker, who died Saturday morning at his homo hero following a heart attack. Operator of the Valley Gin company here and interested in destroyed an ice cream a cash register, and dam- Spots closed quiet at 1385. off fourteen. 6150 a bale. May SEWARD, Alaska (UP)-A sur- July vey of salaries paid Alaska loach-1 Oct M'S showed the average for high Dec school teachers was »1,6G2.56 and!Jan primary teachers, il,542.S9. Rural j March New Orleans Cotton ' NF,W ORLEANS. Apr. 19 (UP) — Uquldnllon preceding first notice day broke the bulling cotton market today and It closed 5 to 13 points lower. The market reacted more than Otto Cummings Retains Place as Game Warden i Vanrtiver was said to have beeiv the driver of a truck that figured In an accident with an automobile. Sunday morning, cars driven by W. o. BickcrstalT. fireman, and Otto Scrape jr. collided at ths intersection of. Walnut ancl Tenth . --. — streets. Both automobiles :we're "in and Rlsco, Mr. Bradsher was considerably damaged bul oc"U- a past president of the Arkansas I 1'anls of His machines escaped directory of the Security Bank injury. . Bickerstaff was'on his way lo a lire and traveling norlh on Tenth street while youn? Scraps was driving cast on Walnut. Shis at Red O nion, Leonard, Car- open 1333 1340 1318 1324 132G low 1S11 1315 high 13« 1345 1320 1324 1300 1326 1304 close 1311 1315 12S6 and Trust company, chairman of the Greene Comity Democratic Central committee, and o, director of the Para got! Id baseball club. lie leaves his wife. Mrs. Mamie Bradsher: two daughters, Mrs. Sam Welncr of Joncsboro and Leonard Scruggs of St. I Louis; a son. Ray Bradsher; Otto Cummings of this city was 1 "TCC sisters. ' Mrs. D. S. McBride me of 12 game wardens re-ap-1 OI Marmaduke, Mrs. Gld Williams game pointed by the state game and fish commission yesterday at Little Rock. Cummings has had many years experience. The commission named -24 new game 'wardens and rcappointed half as many who were previously in the service after a five-day de-l STOCKTON, Cal. (UP)—Cupidi lay due to disagreement over some! Is trying to outrun the Reno di-' of Paragoiild and Mis. Jock Bullard of Little Rock, arid four brothers, the Rev. I. C. Bradshcr of Polo, Mo., A. P. and Al Brartshcr of Kelser. Ark,, and J. I>. Bradsher of Lake City. The circumference of tho largest standing tree in 'the United States is 39 fest. WEATHER Cullers and low cutlers 3.75-SOfl club; James H. Rhyne, Arkansas he latter figure. 1330 1330 1303 1308 teachers got less than $30 under I . Spots closed qulel al 1350. o(T 1302 of the posts. 1301 The commission announced It . fifteen vorce mill here. On a recent Saturday afternoon,, marriage II_.__.,. _.. _. r censes and intentions to wed weic strict enforcement of the stale's issued at the rats of one every would Institute a cumpalgii for game laws. 12 minutes. Arkansas—Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday. Warmer in north cud central portions Tl:esdiy. Memphis and vicinity—Fair lo- ni?hl and Tuesday. Lowfst temperature toiiijht 53 to 5G. Sonu'- M'hnt warmer Tuesday. The maximum tcnipsrature hew yesterday was minimum 60, partly cloudy with .SO of an Inch rainfall last night, according lo Samuel F. Norris. olfici.il weather observer.

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