The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1932 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 15, 1932
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0 (Ac United Press BLYITffimiffi J3IWR NEWS XXVHI—NO. 258 Bljtheville Daily News. Blythevllle Herald" Mkatolppl Valley Leader. Blyttevllie courier. »LYrifKVILLK,AHKANSAS. I-IUIUY. JANUARY ir,, 1932 DEAD IN STORM NEAR DYERSBURG New Levee Break Near Glendora Puts Tippo Basin Six Feet Under. MEMPHIS, Jan. 15. UJ 1 )— Lives of thousands living in flooded dis- Iricis In the loivcr section of Hie Mississippi valley today '.vere en- dnngerej by high waters running rampant over .thousnnds of acres. At Glendora townsp?aplc expr335- ed /ear lor- I'M lives of 5,000 psr- soiis residing In Hie Tippo b'lsin to (he east of that town. Ths basin is covered by six icet of watsr today, following Breaking of tha "main levee of Hie Matthews bayou system a short distanC2 norlh of C/lenrtora. The break occurrfa last nijht about 8 p.m. utter dark arid at an hour wr.en no boatmen would Jare venture Into the basin. At dawn paddle boats, launches and canoes hurriedly left for the district. "If we ever needed help we need it now," Ueorge UeweUyn, operator of a cafe and levee board memebr at Qlendora, told the United Pre^. "There ore thousnnds of persons out there in the.Hood area, and it is more .than difficult to get 'them out We need boats daily. After we get them out I don't know how we arc to cure for them." Herald he feared the tos-n levee would go out soon and that when it went uut residents would have lo' flee the city, as water would be five feet deep. Japanese Infantry in a line that stretches miles acrn.« a frm.n -h..,.-„„ ..i.i.. ,._ . .. al "-"-"=s nines acros-, a frozen Heavy Rains in Scuth Arkansas LITTLE ROCK, .Jan. 15. (UP)— Heavy rains over south Arkansas last night renewed ftood danger in that section today as streams, already swollen to flood level, con- tlnwd to rise. '"The bu«chlt«V which has stood above^the 30- v fMUfloQd .'tege since trie first of the week, was pushed farther out of Its banks by a 3-inch rnin near Camden. Small creeks overflowed hundreds of ucres and forced farmers to move. • Highways continued to suffer Officials of the state highway department estimated 50 small bridges had been washed out. Work in Smackover oil field was virtually at a standstill. More than 100 >veiu arc reported under water. Winter Staging Comeback By United Press Winter was crowding spring off the weather map of North America today, claiming ten lives in a Tennessee tornado as iT drove eastward • .Mid-west and Atlantic seaboard regions, where flowers are blooming and record warmth has bslied the spnson, have begun to whiten under snow. Snow fell in Los Angeles today for ths first time in M years The fall continued an hour The tern peralure iras 38. Damage to citrus groves was feared. Icy blasts swept down from Canada, where temperatures plunged as low as 38 below zero. York Cotton NEW YORK, Jan. 15 CUPi — Cotton closed steady. open high loiv clo«e 662 662 GS7 658 673 674 6S5 838 089 681 Jan March May July Oct Dec 707 69S 6E8 68S 103 729 729 722 723 745 745 738 142 Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 15 (UP)— Cotton closed steady. open high 'low close C60 660 652 070 6S6 105 120 Jan March May- July Oci Deo 671 S87 705 720 733 733 ... . Spots closed steady and unchanged at 658. 662 678 696 714 730 S58b 668 634 702 720 733b Closing Stock Prices A. T. andT 122 1-4 Anaconda Copper 11 3-4 Auburn .- 147 1-2 Caterpillar Tractor 13 3-4 Chrysler 15 1-8 Cities Service 61-2 Coca Cola 112 1-8 Continental Baking 63-8 General Electric 23 5-8 °eneral Motors 23 7-8 Montgomery Ward 97-8 »' York Central 30 47-8 85-8 ~. -—- 91-8 Stand ard of N. J 293-8 Texas Co ]j U, S. Stf-M ........ Japanese Advance Over Bleak Plain FIM LU PLEJ IIIYS rait Clip Outlook Meetinf Here To Be Friday Mornirtf , Tlie agricultural outlook for 19S2 j is to I* presented lo runners nml buslnw.s men of the nor()«-ni end Of Mississippi county In nil outlook tiicrtlng lo be held at Ihe Blyllit' jVllle Cour ;tli(Xise Friday. Jtnunrv 'j .m. A *liiill,ir iiictlliii/ Jnis planned for Unit afternoon ut to Agricultural Leaders '. De- f^ Direct U. S. Loans mlsl, und James' Maddox. ccoiio'iii lit, of the University of Arkansas. - } tutx*, arc 1 lo be the orincin WASHINGTON, Juil.'15. (UP)—'-— Final vote In the- house on the' tt.- reconstructlon Hnancr impeded today by B NKW YOKK, Jim: IS (U[')_ Walter Hinllh, youngest son of for- n .' " II ' .t "'" * cvor '""' Alfred K. jjiiiHii, win Ion uurunu- L'CINOCrailC Harmonv, Not "'^Hncd hi _ homicide court tixlny ix. cconnni- I,.J!..!*)..-I f\ !• i • Hi'"" i-—.. 000.000,000 measure Wu.^ luii^utu IVMBJ uj i desperate effort of farm repreteh Ullves to extend the corpocatlo~n'a help lo formers. • •'••'-.'' The Iwuse yesterday adopted, .;an amendment setting aside' 1200,090,WO for loans' to farmers' through Intermediate credit bulks and 'agricultural associations, buf 1 .-'farm leaders sought approval of a ithale amendment bleak eastern theater of war. Note the snow-covered ,, ;UUI1U ,™ n the background. The trnops w erc marching toward. Machiaclul to drive out a force of Chinese Irregulars. Will Strengthen Low Places in St. Francis Levee Nea r Missouri City. KENNETT, Mo., Jan. 15 (Special) -Sptcial precaution was taken toddy to fortify low places along he St. Francis levee, south 01 here, but no occasion lor alarm exists, le\ee board officials;said. The low places in the river leyee where loggers had worn down the embankment in- four places by lauling out. timcer-from the- river bottoms were, to be built up today.' At thq request of Irl Jones of this city, .5,000 sacks tore cn- •oute here from. Blythevllle;. to bs used in strengthening ' tie low places which are "about 18 "inches above the present river level. The acks were secured from Drainage District 17 at Blythevllle when Major Worsham of the army engineer's oBice at "Memphis fcr- varded Jones' request, to officials t Blythcville. The St. Francis was about four eet.below, the, breaking 'point co-day and little alarm was felt here. The river was at n standstill se'sterday but heavy rains ver-nfght are expected to bring a rise starting today.. Waters in the .Big Lake basin, .rest of here, ivfilch catches drainage from a network of canals hi outheast .Missouri, nere about six fet below what IE considered the ireaklng point, along the Big Lake eiee yesterday. The lake, which is really the wid- ncd channel of Little River, has been rising frcrn three-tenths to cur-tenths of a foot dally for sev- erla days. Th,e level Is now alout ihree feet below the stringers on the Highway 18 bridge across the lake at Pettyvillc, ac- •ording to reports. C:ic v.eak sp;t in the levee is ibout. four feet above the present cvcl but is under observation of he district engineer and will be .trengthened to. meet further rise. ' construction Russellville Dismisses era , „ ^ _ Police as Economy Move ed ^ "^'afcr"\r^Sri*hiot™t r •. New York, as the only solution ol HUSSELLVJLLE, Ark., Jan. 15 " le . unem ' )lo >' B i e nt. Problem. '•.. (UP)—Ruisellville has decided to lilc senate adopted a resolution struggle along without police pro- bv Senator Thumai, Democrat, Ok""" city council, In an effort to '' -P" men ment until July 1. The mayor and tinue their duties without pay. Merchant. Grocer Corn-'*;£ oany Moves to Near Frisco Freight Depot. .." The .wholesale stock and offices of the Merchants Grocer company "have, been moved.' . from South Fifth' street, one block sq\ith of the Frisco freight office;;Vr*re. the company's produce "and", grocery 'departments have been •• corribined. .C. L. Wilson, manager,-'saltf the move wa smade to facilitat^hand- ling tte .business "rjf."tile ';iwd- departments' .and , l to-secure 'greater warehouse space." The new-location also offers the*ndvantage of better unloading and shipping,-; facilities. -The Merchants Grocer company move was made to.facilitate .hand- carried on its business, from the plant on South "Fifth street. Last year the produce department war established as a subsidiary business at the South Railroad -street location. The warehouse is equipped with two modern refrigerating units for fresh produce. The company will maintain four delivery trucks which will be operated on a bi-weekly schedule .to points in a 40-mile radius. Paul Jones President of Kennett Lions Club KENNETT, Mo.—Paul C. Jones, editor of the Dunktin Democrat -- j —. . break In^January, 1930. Conference on Rafl Wages Again Put Oft CH1CAGP, jlnTlS. ( TjP>_The "U.oad wage conference was post- 3 houoh t ?h ay -' 0r ? tilird titne ' al - ."uugn me committee o/ 21 labor leaders was ready to The postponement was he request of Daniel Willard ore*- 'dent Of Jha TJ.,1*: - .' *^,~ ' ana Ohio Other officers include Joe C. Wellman, first vice president; T. Paul King, James Kahn. .vice presidents; Clyde Oakes, secretary and 'treasurer. Directors: A. C. Pearson, M. B. Workman, J. P. Taylor and T. R. Ely. The newly elected officers will be installed at a meeting Vet to be scheduled which will be the occasion of visits by ether Two Officers Killed /, , Craih Year Old Infant Victim Oi Diphtheria Attack Charles Conrad Cavlsher, year . . old sbni of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cav- or i» « jlsber, died at the funlly home at W«f UIBM* 11.^5 JS</,l.N/ltr tnAlV Th* habV'S 1_ f\_-B I • MANILA, P. I., Jan . 15 {Up) _ T J\° arm >' a "- offlcew were killed and hree enlisted men injured " "**" to " «>«t bombing pla ne «a.hed near'Ma- The dead were U. it.-K o'clock today. The baby's death followed an attack of diph- 'wriit and pneumonia. The deceased Ls survived by his parents and three sisters. Funeral arrangements arc Incomplete according; to the Cobb Undertaking company. strapped Inside the babln were.asphlxiated by smoke »nd fumes before they couM M tw«u>d Dr. SaHba Moves to Ingrain Building Dr. J. A. Saliba. supervised by the secretary oT.aja-l- culture. There was a pooslbirlty tils might delay a final rote on Preit- ' t d o'inomw 3ver ' s crtdit p ' oiect : un " 1 "ohtical Observers Predict In the senate a 12,000,000,000'fed ""'"~ ""' •-•-••• yitpjj "PPeared before the tioiite Ju- retary from attacks by Repretra- tative Patman,--. Democrat, Texas, »-ho Is - - - - - the houw agreed to seek in early roll call on a propotid constitutional am-ndment ' wr^th' fc- st ' store control of the liquor tMfflo 'to the stales. .- " ' '•'••• 1 '""* htU: . advocate* Itefore .«nd means^commtt- ije additional federal "venue, about ItW.SOOXBO more . V>r veterans prgsnlxationa « campaign for federal- wUiows and orphans'of' vlct.lms.' .. ...;;--: ' mmers; '62,; Victim of Accident • Yesterday at Calumet.. Don Summers. 62 year old laborer, was faUlly Injured when struck across the neck by a falling tree limb yesterday. Summers atone with other laborers, was engaged in cutting timber I n the Calumet community, nine miles west. 'of hi?re, when the accident occurred He died about 10 hours. later. to reports the aged aided In cutting a According worker had big tree. When the tree fell it crashed through the branches of another and one of the heavier branches broken from the second Iree hit Summers. The old man Is believed to have years. 80 far as known he living relatives, Depression Boostc Gas Tax Refund Pleas LITTLE ,ROCK, Jan. 15. (UP)— b ° ther to fl ' e "* »«O r (X» was refunded 1_ m t Ol MOSCOW, Buwla, (UP) — Th wolvei on ine In the'Tocal "p7e«.'~W.-h the beginning of every w'nttr such A storv ealru currency. u- t woM captured a_nd la on exhibition av " n cultural iiKi'iiis ,s!<y Unit fore- uiadc by vxli'iislon ccoiioinlils isdc public nl the uiiiinnl oiit- hi Junuury havo ccnl correct since Given Emphasis. ' By United Press Tht> I^'mncrullt! imrly } 'Imkd Its forces lor tin- 111 Ideulliil cuininlgii in niil 05 car Hurry lnce c against the dentlil.nomtnalloii has boen udd- cd to the'llst. I'olltksl djvcloiiiiitnl.- recently hnil.h-il some U'lllllclnns to believe that.the candidacy of cither Al- put m once ana rushed Wallace fri'd E. Smith or of Franklin D. to Harlem hoapltal, whe-« he WM Roosevelt; wlio-.ndmlnnled Smith pronounced o>ad. as llw "happy Warrior" in' — would be nnnouncol. Mwtk'INkoU An Early Announcement by Governor. . -., ' "TTLE ROCK, Jnn, .15. (UP)r- g IHIcal fleM.-sald to be highly favorable lo the'Parnell faction of the P»«y, were- believed likely to bring forth the announcement. It was "pointed out Mrs. Caraway, chosin Tuesday to complete the 'unexplred term of her husband, had'definitely deckled not to ieek the nomination Jor the'Jong Urm> Tnat Mrs. Caraway's \«jpporta» woyid be found In-the rank arid-'lite of the Paraell • tore** Jin f primary fight WM contldered almost certain In'viewo! the backing given her by the administration. - ' ;•• -.Close friends of-the governor say »h«; has no desire to'asek a third tiibernatorlal. termV-Oto'the other hand he generally iVcredlted -with harboring senatorial:' aspirations- That the governor has almost complete .-fdntrol of. the state,Demo-' emic: commit tee was ! demqrutrated recently wljAi.tha^'body'.norrrlnated Mrs. Caraway' over objectloWof'an a.nti : adrnlnUlratipn ..faction. This support; is a 'great nss'jj to;blvch,*nces:cir g^Iriiiig.tlie nomination.. • '• • •-.-•.-. -'.'• v .State Begins Caeiek on Public School Closings LITTLE ROCK,-Jan. 15 ruP) — The state department of education today began a check of all public schools to determine the number closed and those operating on curtailed schedules owing to depleted nounced. Circulation of conflicting reports regarding closed schools prompted the department to make the check; Hirst said. Shortening of nwmm SILENT ON Al Smith's Son Jailed for Killing ( |lmr . _ Its lenders linvo iicldcd iflcr his automobile killed a nmn. He yilcudscl not guilty to a lech- ulcul choree or homicide mid wus rclwisi'd tiniici- II,000 tall tor hearing Juimury 'i'l. Ills brothel-, Alfred B. Smith pr., utter Ills iirresl. "Tlipre Is no Matoincnl to make. It was an unforlmutto accident. -neks on Republican liicttimdlv for EvcrylhlnK l.i on the. up und u leudvrfihlp, but • not one self-an " m D '^ <ltT tn '<•'•"'' ^ ' e •' "- v.*t nv,l-lill- - u uomiced candldntc for tho presl- ' r - sa!l1 - In New , York Governor Roose- ral ( iunent veil sounded th« call .to arms lut night with, a plea for the return of states rivhte, He asked for a cnmnalim free from prejudice and deplored thr< tendency in Mame all of ptir troubles on t^ie preildeht. 'John Wj! Davh tout of the effort* made to' pledge 11,600,000 needed for 'the campaign; • While; the Democrats were uu- ciifJlng .their campaign, the North Dakota ',nt»ie 'convention unanim- oiislv endoned Rc<»evclt apd uru- ea-'.hlm to al|ow ; his nan-e to br. Disced on the preferential-primary ballot. ' ' In Boston Alfred E. Smith gave no hint .whether -he would permit his, name to bt advanced. M a prealdenlial candidate. His • address was largely reiteration and, elaboration of points, made In hli Jackson day speech In ,Wa*hliigton with'-a-.vipirau pie*-for-a clean cut • party platform. • .!> • ' , ' fjhfwiie ft) CUeaf* . In Chicago JoueVt '8hou*e, chairman of, the . nation*! exMtittye coiiunitleu, warned confidence.-., . , "The 'victory li ours," . he Mid, '•If, we hold together, "antl do; not let our enthusiasm wane." :'; '."In Atlanta trie 'dinner w^i a Jove feast. Rootavelt was' referred. to ojicc as aeorgla's 'a'dopt'ed favor. Ite'son..' ' • '. •. -.', '•^Coincident' with victory dinners •i)Yer the country 'Governur 'William H; "Alfalfa' Bill" Murray of Oklalioma started an .cpealclng construed ' dcntial nomination. tour wlilch observers ' as n bid for the piesi- FLIES mi tailed schedules owing to" depleted n . .«. ^p , D j funds, Superintendent- of Public Keadv-to-wear block .Dad- Instruction Charles Hirst an- , TV i n ' i • ly Damaged; Gaskin Residence Gutted. Two fires, one of unknown origin cnecK, Hirst saw. Shortening of Two fires, one o unnown orgn school terms and closings largely and another believed lo have been have been caused by dwindling caused by lightning, all but de- revenues and toss of funds in- de- jstroyed a" stock of ladies' wear, dam- funct banks, he said. Coach Hudson to Speak to Presbyterian Men An interesting program has been arranged for the supper meeting of the men of the First Presbyterian aged a store bullying and gutted a residence last nljht and early this morning. The first bla/f broke out In The Ftshlon, 319 West Main street, shortly after G o'clock last. night. Firemen whipped the fire out before It had penetrated other rooms of the two story building owned by church to b; held this evening, in e ln "**? ! Church," Miss Llllltn Bilscoe'and year ' accordln « to Ro»s Stevens will sing, accompan- the state- revenue de- led by Mis, Leone Olllcott. ' ' . Members of the Business Women's th * clrcle »'» The Clarence Gaskin residence, ?Zl South Lake street, was practically destroyed by fire which broke Italian spaghet- with Mrs. Robert B. Lee charge. ^^*^« Wat if CW5 wtvly t»uy uravrvyt.'u vy urc wiii^[i Dro*out during n thunderstorm and JmHnjftf|'j Palt({ heavy rain about 1 o'clock this morning. Msmbers of tho family were not at home and the blaie. gaining full headway, destroyed all SALEM, Oregon; (UP) — A black bear for sale, makes a news »tory, the story makes advertising. AIK! wh&t's more, tho advertising brings result*. So at least furniture which were savel Th house was valued at about I150C covered by 11,000 Insurance. HOUM hold goods were also partially coy ered.. Firemen Check FUat* »"» ,i«r «r •n«™«, ». » • 5crTO c - c "' " uccs KKUKWIOIU or St. Boptiii, a ols- f rt it of • | responded to the alarm at th»Mtne tance of a hundred yards It Is nitid P»« »A« m. n tlme andUl « fl « W1S Stacked from stm flllfd with F crle;;ly limpkl IluCu ITcSS Kern. InPii- +U» /••««» ««^ .»» «.» *u» i...iuj ^«j«.._ -»._ A brief United Press item men- a black bear was on simultaneously. <5u«rles from various parts if the front and rear of the building and pure vater. . and wss then mufficd by thick «m<*e tome of which drifted Into e other store rooms In th* tune (Continued on Page Plrt) been mlwing sUice lut hl|ht.V Umlth was taken to the East 120th street itatlon wlwre he was locked up in a cell, until hts ar- An nounces Candidacy to Succeed Himself a s County ancl Probate. Z»l B. Harrison of this city, now ttlni his ftrit tenh as county and probate Judge ol ML<uiulppl county, today made, formal 'announcement of hU candidacy for reelection. Ttint . Judte..Harri»on would ask i <r«aad terra haa.fcatn Mfarded as certain tor KXM UJpe. On 1 a number of oocMlotj hj'-lyj? jdpi'tn^A him: " : «lf «s dHlrfrif to 'put "th,e county on a ilrictlr euh baw b«fore end- let W* term of service. .Frofreu-toward this hiajoi aim or his admlnlifratlon'rut-been. made by Judge Harrison In the littls rhqre than ft year that he has held'oflbe by eubstontUl reductions r jn county expenditures', but- curtailment ol county. Income as a result of the de- presstori has added to. the difBculty of (he (•'*':-. •'.'-• ;". '."••; The chlej- plurik in Judge Harrison's platform when lie' made hts first race In -1930 was elimination of the lease system" of working county prisoners and thc'surjstltutlcn of a county owned and "operated pejul farm. Tlifs *a.s nccompUshed within a few months after ho took otBce, and despite the e»pfnse Involved in getting the farni starUid' the 'record so far affords evidence that the Institution will -be more, thin "self- sustaining. For" thli second year -of his administration the Judge plans :o effect a further substantial saving to the county by -removing the county poor, horn? to naw quarters to 'be 'erected on the penal farm. where It Is believed the cost of maintaining the Inmates can be very grettly reduced. Judge Harrison has been a resident of Blythevllle li year.s. He has been active In politics for some time and served from 1B24 to 1923 as dU- trlct prosecuting attorney. Two Other Victims''.^! ' Trenton Tornado , Are In Dyersburg Hospital, ™ ENTO N,,Tenii., J»n. 15, (UP) of r f H«.cy. W-. . turnado strck their killed .< son Hoi early '•• —/- . - - . :'."•'•!' T*-o others were confined in th« '-: hospital today, Recovery, of Mrs <lii ' Rice, 1», ah expectant motrwr"'#a» ' considersil doubtful, phyilclan* iiMf The d«»d were Mr. an'« Mn;->". • W. fllce, their daughters'OpaJ^ift'}'-' Wn»l, 1!, a.n«l Edith, 8. their «oru- Thomas, fl month*, Jamei. S, Junior, B, and-Horace^ 10, and Elsie Mo.^: Daniels, • theli* • |rahddaughler|'\;Vi'i 1 ^ ' The storm t^nick so suddenly-p«» of the »lct|ms could I lee to «Hiit«,'- li first struc|( near -Eaton, a -show; distance froin here, gatherlni ;fffi*'.' M It hit the .earth In the bottoi ' Innds. .A number ol neeroes Hv!i» there yere inji^redVnprri ietiouiiy;-' : . Then.U povni)«l''down on tbe'Riw farm,'When «, had cleared unl" nothing but 1 the wreckage and thV" stone foundation of the house re- < mnlnmfl • • - - v * maliied. 8. :H, , "*"«d the stqrm and called , a nelghbor,-wiW ' storra dl«lp«t*d Itwl! bor'i. field without ' "-••'•l?^' t ,netjh-. * "raori --•'I- -';•;-. '-£./ , , about tve.jB Eaton, .conunuulty^li between Dy- "flburg ahd'Trtntoo.'.'.'..., , . : • Garoer Heiri Accept Secernent of .OSCEOLA, .. ArkT Jah '. isj-Aij ' Weed -Judgment for. »75fl was-'en' A ' S ' versus W, w. , , . rw Mecutor, In circuit court here ^ today In a suit filed by heirs At Mri;'-UiJ» aarner against the . estate '{ol "tKe 1 late J. L. Wroten of 1^ for' ig. v.cfs jendered by Mrs,' ,Oari»f - as for Wroten prior. W^ili Filing of the suit, which , ae settlement of »3500, followed *-«f- sremc court decision which set aside " 1 " by Wroten to ,, , oils death In which he bequnthed three-fourths of his estate, consist- ' tag principally of farm land near Joiner, to the former housekeeper.' ' Church Opens Reidmf . ;•• Romas for JoUeju General Coxey Throws Hat in Presidential Ring ••"•jiBwueow nave been made MASSILLON, O, Jan. 15. (UP)- **ereby employment agencies will i..«.i T...W 0 „ .,.._„ .... communicata with the rooms when f=bs are available. ™" :. (UplW R*v. Francis J. M. Cotter, dean aT the Protestant -Episcopal Cathedral oi st John, has equipped anil . , T* rooms on. the 'street of th« parish house aj"r«tal- "*' rooms for the ""IB- been-made Arrangements General Jacob S. Coxey flung his hat Into the presidential arena today by declaring himself a Repub- 'Ican candidate on the same platform that won him the mayor's race last fall. His platform call; for Issuance of bonds of graduating denominations for public Improvement* and to provide labor for tSe unemployed. t - Cistern Discovered ISTANBUL, Turkey, (UP) - ••"•"*B *«" *rtw«Ti»jt \*tonvjw »ki A*J*^viiiJULj, iur*cy, i \Jr) — but a few articles of clothing and The Immefise underground ciKcm serving Justinian's palaco, wh'.ct ay In the area of St. Sophia. nas been discovered and Is being opened to the public. It extends from the founda- :lons of the. oldest church in By »—»""••• w—^— • • - iiv»*» ui kiio 'jtumb cnurcn m ay- Prompt BCtlon of nremen pcob- zantlum, St. Irene, which is now ably prevented further loss in the the military museum, ta thr M»ln str«t b'aze. Two city trucks foundations of St. Sophli, a dis The vaulted rocf Is c?rrlrf on a De Priest Noain»tej for West WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 rrp)VL onpwanan Qatar Deprltst of - ; ff- nob hat dMlpiated six men frim his district to take the physical and mental examinations for entrance to West Point, his office said todiV All were negrow • >-'/ DePrlftt h»s two vacancies "it West Point to fill. WEATHER ARKAMSA8—Partly cloudy '«*. ceded by rato In east pirtS Colder, with freeing tempeWtum in north and central portions. Saturday partly cloudy and rUIn» timperaturea In northwest. - - rcordlng to the official weather obs:rver, charle* Phllllpj, Jr., it 32» inches lut night after rained ,W Inches yejttrdaj ........., bvw , 7 . AUC TMUILVU ivtl 15 C.TnjO On a l-ovl-w roln»A «• I The blue, originating In the rear double row of marble columns!'",^ total of 287 of tho room, sscept over the store bearing the seal of Constantlne 1 the Or^at.-Be'tweenecapo thin tjaf of lead to prc- buildtag and Into a hotel on th* vent the capitals dipping in case of earthquake*. ago the- minimum temperature was 16 degree* and the maximum, » dffree*. . .. .

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