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Served by the. United Prett HEVILL THE DOMINANT NBWWAPKR OP TOL. XXVIII—NO. 280 Blythevill* D»il, News. BlytheTllle HeraM. ~~*~~ ~ • •'• • immippi valley Le.dcr. Blvthevilie o«..ri~'_ BMTHKV1U.E. ARKANSAS. ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MI68OTOI APS MASS FORCES FOR DECISIVE A Capital Sight! Primaries There Will Furnish First Real Test for Democratic Leaders. ..Note: Thr' first real test of ttrenclh between forces favorlnj Franklin D. Roosevelt and (hose • farcrinr Alfred E. Smith for the Democratic (residential nomination will come in-primary c«at«ts in New England. _..e United Press pwftntf Iterewith an Impartial wiwnarjr of the polllit.il situation •f UM Dtmac-adc party in these statt*. . BOSTON, Feb. 30 (VP)-Sup• port of the New England Democrats seems definitely divided between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Alfred E. Smith for the Democratic presidential nomination, witn the first real test of their strength, (he New Hampshire presidential primary, less than a month away. Two of the eight states Smith carried In 1924, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, seem inclined to continue their allegiance to New York's former governor. Bay State for Al Massachusetts Democrats, at a peak of power which'sees them occupying both United States senatorial seats as well as the gubernatorial chair, apparently will go the limit to hang tne brown derby on the White House rack. Virtually every Bay .State Democratic leader is supporting Smith. The only notable dissenter is Boston's popular mayor, James Curley, whose following in this Democratic stronghold is tremendous. An ardent Smith booster lour years ago. Mayor Curley this year has climbed "' poosevelt band wagon. • : "• »cw v Hampshire, which-will V 4ol*-ftv presidential primary March B r Rooaewlt 'sentiment predominates. Although New Hampshire has only, eight votes it sends a delegation of 12 to the national con- . iw „, , io ventlon, eight delegates at. large $750 to »800. ilfcVifl? * (Wllv rmp.Vialf • iMifn aanVi" t»«.t i ' _ Four hundred and ninety-nine other contsetants tost when Mabel Le- Akers, above, 20-year-old bnmet was chosen the prettiest girl in Washington, D. c., in a< recent contest She's « pianist nnd singer, too. AJ1 Elective Officers Except Mayor and Alderman Are Affected. Salary cuts for all elective o ffj. ° f ' he dty of other — -"^ *~ *jijiiicYuie oine than the mayor and council members were voted at last night's council session.' The new .salaries will 'take effect Aprij i. The changes- are as •-'to»sv-munkl|j«l judge, cut fiom - .500 to 13,700: municipal court ' '*• , cu '_'f? 1 ? 1 «'.«»-to riot'.to having -only one -half : vote each; and four district delegates having full yotes. Though the Democrat? failed by nearly- 35,000 votes to carry Nev: Hampshire In 1928 they have been cheered since by the" election of a Democratle mayor cf Manchester for th e flrst time in a decade, and by the election of a Democratic congressman, William N. Rogers, for the first time In a , like period. Rhode .Island, which went for Smith ,by a slim margin in 1928, still appears strong for him. Hatae Is Divide* In Maine Edward C. Moran, Jr., Democratic candidate- for governor in the last two. elections, said he "stcod four square by Smith in 1928 and was standing in the samp ifoi today." Chairman John H Dooley of the state committee, ' Smith's supporter in 1928, is out for Roosevelt and has organized 13 of Maine's 16 counties. Surface sentiment in Connecticut "favors Smith, but this represents the attitude only of so-called old guard Democrats. The new Democratic organization headed by (terrier Wilbur L. Cross Is thought to prefer Roose'velt. Vermont's Democratic state committee, is reportedly almost solid for Roosevelt. Party leaders feel Smith's defeat In 1928 would min- Salarles of elective officers' are subject to change only at'the beginning of a new term, which ei- empts the-mayor, whose term has another year to rim, from reduction at this time. The salary reduction ordinance, as originally drawn, contained a clause for reduction in the pay of city council members, but this was stricken put before the ordinance was brought to a vote. Adoption of the new salary ordinance was followed by the. adoption of a resolution reducing the pay of the two fire truck drivers from $125 to »120 per month. DisctM Water Rates An ordinance to reduce water [ rates, which passed second reading back in August, 1930, was rendered, but action upon it was postponed until a special meeting to b» held Tuesday, February 23. No action was taken last night because „ —of lack of legal opinion on the! J Jeel Mr - Q ui n's record Is loo Severe BEzuurd Sweeps Over the British Isles LONDON, Peb, 10 (UP)-Ont; of the most severe' billiards ot a decade swept over th<? British Isles and northern Europe loday, with heavy snow, sleet and biltur fiiilcs plunging Britain Intu arctic weuihur. Most channel 'vessels were un- ible to leave port. ITflLY HEM Id Drastic Reductions Outlin ed in Speech by Dino Grandhi at Geneva. GENEVA, Feb. 10 (UP)—Italy added a sweeping disarmament pro- posnl today to the national policies already .outlined before the wcrld disarmament conference. •Dino Grandl, young bearded and smiling Italian foreign minister, spoke In French and was cheered repeatedly by the crowded galleries. Italy, Grand! said, Is ready to abolish capital ships, submarines, aircraft carriers; heavy artillery, all cinds of tanks, bombing aircraft, and all means of Aggressive cherh- cal and bacteriological warfare. Grand! was followed by Matstid- alra, Japanese ambassador io London arid former foreign minister. Matsudaira, short- and stocky, was greeted by a nutter of surprise and gasps when tie said Japan favnr- ed the prohibition of aerial bom- mrdment. 'He-' appeared not to no- ice the reaction of his audience. For the most part the delegates naintained silence, but the galle:-- es were more -demonstrative and iroke into repeated applause, par- Icularly during Grandi's tfllk, - Foreign Minister Zaleskt of Po- anet followed Matsudaira. He sup- ictted the French thesis ol ttcur. I','- brffore disarmament, which i Grandhi had rejected. Prefer Charges Against of Car In Crash Warrants have been issued for Oliver Wicker charging reckless Diving and driving while intoxi- ated, Wicker is charged with the of- enses in connection with an accident Sunday. night. Officers said a car he was driving crashed into a parked car resulting in slight njury to a little girl. New^Cabinet Daughter Stage Jokes at French Expense Protest NK WYORK, Feb. 10 (UPl-Tlw 1-nmce-AiiiMlca society hta producers of l!n> i.m.i^i C , UI|| , 4 , One of th e prettiest members of Wajshlneton* ycunwr society «l is Dorothy Fell, above/ daughter of Mrs. Ogdcn L. Mills, wife of the newly appointed secretary of .the treasury in President Hoover's cabinet. Miss Fell made her debut last winter Widow Will Not Seek Late Husband's Office OMB, Miss., Feb. 10 (UP)— Mrs. Percy E. Quin, widow of the late Congressman Quin, has announced she wiU not be a candidate to succeed her husband. city's right to order a rate reduc- great." she. said, "and his mem- nvj a rjgut 10 oraer a rate rflduc- e * l -™ L ' Jlt " : ' nlu , a»a nis mem- tion by a company which is in ory to ° 5 »cred for me to attempt the hands nf a foH»r«T r«/.Aii-br tO SUCCPfd hii,." imize his chances attempt. in a second | Son of Hattiesborg Postmaster Murdered HATTUSBURoTMiss., Feb. 10 (UP)-The body of Hrnsel W. Batten, son of E. T. Batten, postmaster of Hattiesburg, was found today on the Southern railroad tracks here. His coat and vest were removed and tha body wts badly mangled. It appeared, police said, he had been stabbed or had suffered gun wounds. The body was dragged by a train. Batten, 24, formerly of Little Rock, attended a dance last night. Hubert Stevens Guides U. S. Sled to Victory I-AKE PLACID, N. Y., Feb. 10 (rjp)_ Hubert SteV ens gave the united SUtes the two man Olym- ' bob sled championship today "" he twice broke the existing . record and had a total time ™» minutes, u.74 second* lot his *wr runs down Mt. Van Hoeven- 25 treacherous eoun* Rlto ri 1'onars were won by th» «, f g dru ». youthful driver of the hands of a federal receiver. The proposed ordinance would make the minimum charge tl pei month for 2.500 gallons of water or less, with additional charges of 30 cents per thousand for the next 2,500 gallons, 20 cents per thousand for the next 5,000 gallons, and 15 cents per thousand for aU over 10,000 gallons per month. ReMtaUoB Htnon Gravette The councU adopted a resolution expressing regret at the death of W. D. Qravettc. late Judge of the municipal court. It follows: "Whereas, the untimely death ot Municipal Judge W. D. Grevette, in the performance of duty has saddened tha hearts and brought sorrow to the people of Blytheville. "Therefore be It resolved by the City Council of tha City of Blytheville: "That In the death of Municipal Judge W. D. Gravette, the judiciary and the bar have- sustained a great loss, the peopla have sustained a great and regretful loss; the community has lost an upright cltl- f *•!P"L f amUy a true and faith- Ma , ful father; he died as he lived vr». toyal to duty, kind at teart and : noble in character. '-That a cow of the« resolu. teun from Swit- now, f T sou- tions be furnished the family the press, and spread upon the records of the City Council Craig. City clerk. Nelll Reed, Mayor. DODGE CITY, Kan., (UP) _ When powerJrtmWe resulted between here fad Bucklln. investj. gators found a Urge eagle had * Wd shorted ju) th.m m. v.1. u snonea Ju) them. The Wrd measured six feet Oct betw^n wing tips and na«J a ra^ ^ Of I Mt la Ita «to«. n WTa white! SS a tfJHf h^arlAfl «a»L. ..„!_ "'"1C* JJJ\ . r ,e- headed .eagle, rarely ever seen in thU UKtom ot th« country Closing Stock Prices A. T. and T. Anaconda Copper Auburn Caterpillar Tractor Chrysler Cities Service Coca Cola Continental Baking General E!«tric General Motors Middle West Utilities Montgomery Ward New York Central Packard Radio Simmons Standard of N. J. Texas Co. U. S. StesJ 111 1-8 8 7-8 94 11 3-8 10 3-4 5 1-2 102 4 7-8 17 7-a 301-8 4 7 3-8 25 1-4 U. S. Picks $65,0«Q Ste For Veteran, HotpiUl FAYCTTEVIIiE,"-TArlr?,".Feb. '• io" UP)—Congressman Claude Fuller if Eureka Springs announced today selection by the government of a site for the new $1,500,000 veterans hospital to -be erected here. A 90-atte tract on Highway 71 a mile, north . of Fayetteyllle has been purchased, Fuller sold, it was reported government engineers paid $65,000 for, the land. Dardanelle and Russellville Back Fifth : District Jurist. LITTLE HOCK, Feb. 10 (UP)— Arkansas Democrats will choose their nominee to succeed Governor Harvey Parnell at the August primary from a varied and lengthy list ol aspirants. If the "for governor" booms continue at thc present rate. Already a halt dozen Democrats have Informally announced their ntentlon of seeking the nomination and the, names of that many more enter discussion w! name of Parnell's succ< mentioned. . At Dardanelle friends of Judge L.j" e ., contracted n co!d last week ^ g PrlHriv TJ II n """e-*- I Vv'nlph rlrvdnTvH {ntr\ rLnni,mn H l« nunched a boom for the of the fifth Arkansas Property Owners Will Meet With Taxpayers Association at Osceola. OSCEOI.A, Ark., Feb.. 10-MissI/;- Rlppl County property owners will meet u-ith members of the County .Taxpayers Association at 10 o'clock .hare. Friday ^morning for the'purpose; of toSttfK? ,„ 0 ,d chV'wh n S5h"h«. M lVe '', d *' Atatton LlTlian ' M^e , B . aem, XM»°S"^f .S„£"* »** * *«* WO". , n the. levying of any additional taxes -and of enforcing economy In county government. win h» inv«nao7t —»"»iT~ '"'"" nervous system. She cannot w «^rf^'^ tert .±^ e SlS^ * «* ™*« ^ particular reference to- the management of thc office of sheriff and collector . • Circuit Judge G. E. Keck and County. Judge Zal B. Harrison of Blytheville will meet with the organization. Edgar Wallace Dies Watson Promises Further Action jo Relieve Credit Situation. WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 IU1')_ rhi' senate, loilay wan the scent; J( uiirourloMs iltuute over fed'.M.'i relief for UK; unemployed uldi galleries ii|ip!aiKllv.|i Senator liorati, Reimlillciiu, idalio, at the end of u plen ror nlil to the autrerliig. Borah ici«u(cdly inttrnipted Senator Ft'ss, Republican, Ohio, dur. ing an administration attack on tho dole. Fcss charged' that Icdctni nld ns proposed In Hie 1375,000.000 LaFollette-Costlgim bill would "ile- morsllze and pauperize" the tiif- fcrlng. Will Make Dlwoant Eailer Senate Majority Leader Watson sold today agreement hnd been reached nt u White House conference today to expedite action on emergency legislation designed -to cnse restriction on' the discount of paper with federal reserve banks. This program Is considered supplemental to '.lie emergency credit oiJtrntlons of thc »2,000,000.000 reconstruction nuance' corporation. It was understood the emergency bill also mny contain proyWon for ildlng depositors ol closed banks In any event such legislation 1> ig urgently demanded by. Pres- dent Hoover and Is scheduled for "trly congrefslonnl nctlcn.- Salcs T,i)i Move Kevkwrd Sentiment | 5 dcieloplnj In the liouse wiiys nud menns 'committee for a neiieral sales tax of one or two. per cent on manufactured goods, u was learned today. The committee : - once discarded proposals for. a tenejal sales t >x but now has ;etufned : to tnem.be- caust balancing'-'of the budget win require several hundred million' 'dol- Jars move tlmn was nrlglnn'lly eslimated. No Chance to Restore Baby's Mind Say Doctors NEW YORK, Feb. 10 (UP)^-Baby Diana Moore's thousand to one chance for sanity was wlpepi out today as noted surgeons said .there . Tliey examined the 13-months- her mother, Mrs. 19, demanded a operation. The child Is mlcrocephaUc," an official statement by the neurological center said. "Shq tvas a con- «£S£r ,?£"£££• ,r Si-^r^fis.- s organization, t, is understood here, nervous system. She cannot b» I «nt in . ""««.-«i cam xiy Of jhM 1 8iiii!." „ burlewiue on American political l[( e , t() e ' Um!l ,. , ,. .5,, sceiio cunslibrtd an affront Prance 1 . William Guthrle, president o( the society, wrote Sam Horrls producer, snyliit; (| W society | m( | uduuted u resolution offered bv Bls)iu|i William T. Maiming requesting elimination of Hie scene Tlx* objectionable Joke la in the wcond act. Tlw French ambassa- fussy and enters the White Housa and remarks, "You will pnrdon thl* intrusion, mon- sleiir, but l have another note from my country. The president replies, "that's'all right. We've got a lot of note from your country and .some of them were due ten years ago." < The ambassador answers, "But (his Is'not a. promise to pay. This forrlous." dor, represented us pompous little man. FC1 FILE FOR , J. C.Chaom. O.B. Cook, H. J. Meadows and Lex Nicholson in Race. Four candidates have properly nuallfled for-the two seats on the Mississippi county school board to be filled March 1, when the countywide school elections will be held. , : -In only five of. the county's 41 Mhool district* hjyje; candidate* lor Engagement Expected oti 20-Mile Front Froih : Woosung to.Shanghai;"-;-•; SHANOHAf, 'nmrsyay, Pcb 11- ;: (UP)-The Japanese cdiiwntrilM i their n«\al and mlljury fbr«Bi'»f "-' Woosung and Shanghai today lorV't a decisive drive to push the Ohl- ; ' : ' nese array 20 miles from the pity ^ ; : Tlie ClUncic . redlspfsed their 1 : ' loices to'..meet ihe^attaelL/-^^*.'-.' tlw ominoua prepariUor 1 '' "«'i>i-i'S- l i'-'' ed to Indicates major lhe 20-mite (ront from the -ing forts to .the clt"y/ : :'. • •?£{'}•• Heavy artillery - bpmbardmeil ; ! ' with machine gun ;and. VlHe flfe •••'. went on at, Intervals Wednesday - ''">•' but the flihtmg quieted during «!•>:.'-; nlghl.ln preparation tor a reiv oflenslve, ' ' - - • :•:.•: A|, 11:30 P. M. Wednesday the Chinese made two atUckj on'(he' (Japanese position In' Chapel but were speedily repulsed.. The rel- : atlve posltlcM were unchanjeii mid things were otherwise quiet- as the iww day began, ft Jspanew. natlcnal holiday In honor .of-tbi' Immdliig of the Japanese empire. ' Shells Fall In Stlt(««nt -' : '- . WAetnNQTON, Feb. .10 (UP)— More than 20 shells have fallen. within the international sattlc.ment at Shanghai during- [he \^ & hours. Copsul Qerieral Edward s" Cunningham, .reported today .to the state department. ' -. •: „ One of the shells injured a Brit.. ish woman. • ..' the . djitrieV unified '" . In .the'; dlitriet 'e, lot) durint which candidates for the. various boird* couJd be regularly 'certified closed ye«te'rd«y. It Li customary In many dlftricU to write . in . names ' and nominations can: be made In -this mariner on election day. '.'-•• KereletUon Three Cetmty J.,'q. Chapln of Manila, who was Jlectett last. 'year, for a one year erm, on Hie county, boird; Is o csndliJate -for ' re-election. Due to is no hope for her to be other " naw "f '"r re-election. Due to than an Idiot. changes in statutes governing school Hold Services Friday For Carrington Stone Funeral serv^-tll I* held at ^WhltC" H^J ^1^ , Number Eight n*toy for Carrlng- £ [ow T"°d O B Cook o? Eack nn Klnun Wm-1,1 Wnr vrlorftn _.-.... -. _f .' vuult ul """•* ileclioris ' Mr. Chapln, w'ns' elected 'or a short tens .lost year but he two directors ekctcd this spring will serie lor three years, the regular term of county and district directors alike. . Decent cliaiiges • in the.' schcoi aws also prevent county officials (from ijuallfylng for the board, and W. W. . Shaver, • who has been a member of the board for several years will not be eligible for reelection. Mr. Shaver Is sherltl md collector of Mississippi county. Besides Mr. Chapin other 1 candidates for the two places on the county board are Lex Nicholson ol ton Stone, World War veteran, -" - "•, ••-••-• ••-• • water. Mr. Chapln and Mr. COtk ,'ho succumbed last night at a vet- , lvc ln lhe nor t nweslcrn t ; af Rovtrttv Hi'llJS"" 5 "OSPHOI nl Bcaitregard, La tne county white Mr. Meadows an, at Bevertey HlHs The services will be In charge .of Mr . N , cho i son arc res i uems 0 , thLc thc Herman Davis post. Veterans southern .section of the ccuntv V HTt.lJJ r-,1 «x.i. , rf nt tWolon «/„,-<: r.< n-lilxh tVi- il«- . . _ . _ " U ~ cuu " l l' BEVERI.EY HILLS, Cal., Fcb 10 (OP)—Edgar Wallace, British 'ail- . of Foreign Wars, of which th c Oe- ceased was a member. 7 1-4 7 25 1-8 10 3-9 38 1-2 enter the race. New York Cotton NEW YORK. Feb. 10 (UP)— Cotton closed barely steady. Open High Low Close Other prospective candidates expected to toss their hats Into (tic ring rtthln thc next month. Mar Jul Oct Dec Jan 652 «70 685 707 723 730 652 670 686 708 153 730 663 680 701 717 723 645 663 680 701 717 725 •Mt • |OU |JV I" ""W Spots closed steady nt 655, off 10. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 10 (UP)Cotton closed steady. Mir May Open High LOT Close «53 653 64< 64Tb fflO 871 «2 685 6«5 679 633 706 717 706 717 698b 713b 718b It, Spots closed steady al Gil, off that many j- hQr and playwright, noted for -The former soldier was a resl- when the! h!s mystery stories, died early to- dent of the Number Eight comm- cccssor is i da ^ o f double pneumonia after a unity northeast of here. He had ! brief illne.ss. teen a patient at the veterans ' " ' '•' '--• ' hospital for several months. • Pneumonia Is Fatal to N. G. Gann, 64 ., ., . -.-•" ••- " —"--i Funeral services will be .held orchis play "the orecn Pnck," lat-jthis afternoon for N. O. Oann. 64, £MS BMS S al district. n a thousand . . persons there and at Russellvlll: 3 1-2 ar e reported to have signed pat!i '-* tions requesting Judge Priddy to developed into pneumonia for hour's he fought for . lied at 4:15 a. m. As te lay in scmiconscfouxness at his home last night a London audience witnessed the premiere Organize to Demand R*fd«tion of Trucki NEWPORT, Art., Feb. 10 IUP>- An creanlmbn to be known as the Citizens League for the Regulation of Motor Trucks Operating Heirs to Early New York Fortune Seeking Share JACKSON, Mich. (UP)-Adding to the.legion of claimants to the Arkansas will be perfected at here M »« n «. accord . ; « n . accor- ing to R. T. Simmons, Wynne, pres- dent of the temporary organir.i- n. 'Jl e me * ttn « ta March plans ll he discussed for obtaining passage of legislation Incorporate ing rsore stringent regulations fof operation of motor tiucXs. Sponsors of the proposed league contend truck operators are not carrying a sufficient part ol the tax burden. . buted to pneumonia. Thc Rev. P. Q. Rorle, pastor of the First Methodist church, will officiate at the services. Interment will be made at Elmwood cemetery. The Cobb' Undertaking company Is In charge of funeral arrangements. The deceased ts survived by his estate wotth billions, lieirs apparent here have declared their daughters, Ida Climn, Mrs. Maggie Morris and Mrs. Llllle Carter, and " i sons, Bealues, Ear), Allen, Paul, In 1647, Anntke Jans Bogardus owned W acres of land on the tower end of Manhattan Island, cer.teriruj about where Trinity Church now stands. On a trip to Holtand; she drowned with her husband in a shipwreck. Since then, fortunes have been *J*nt in at tripling to prove "Ehts to the estate. Aspiring heirs here are awaiting tne. arrival of two men from Ohio, »no claim to have unearthed information rejsiu-dinif Ui« estate, Democratic Committee to Pick Delegates April 1 MONTIOELLO, Ark, ftti. 10 (UP)—Lamar Williamson, chairman of the state Democratic, central committee, today called a meeting of tin committee here April 1 to select Arkansas' • 13 delegates to the Democratic national convention' In Chlcato in Jure. Judge Zal B. Harrison, J. p. Tompklns, John Bearden and Basi Scgraves are members ot the board whos e terms do not expire, this year. Contest. at Burdtttc Of tho five local districts In which .-and.'dates have, qualified, a contest Is provided In only one, Burdctto. Three candidates are seeking two positions on thc Burdeite board. Two, a. P. Scrape, and S. Golf are out for re-election, while J. E. Davis is the third candidate. In thc Blytheville special schoo: district Cecil Shane, president ol the board, and C. S. Lcmmons nri the only two candidates whose names will be printed on the district ballots. Both have been nominated for re-election. In the Reiser district W. H. Fr&nklln and, J. A. Motley have properly qualified as candidates foi re-election to the board. At Luxora two places on the board are to ba flUed but only one candidate, W. c. Howard, has been regularly certified. In the Shawnee district two positions ori the board; are to be Hied. Of the two candidates who save been properly qualified, one 's i woman, Mrs. J. W. Slayton. The other is George Hill. Neither Mississippi counly were included In a group ot 101. prisoners pooled yesterday, by the state p>nlt«htlary'' comjnisilon. '.. , •. \ ; • . '. .. ;..-• :.Among.four .negroes. serving 21 yean for.murder who were paroled was Pink . Brown of. Mississippi county. •. • . '•. ' Pete Crlder ierving a'three year term .for grand larceny was yn- pled; and ,W. B. Massey serving i three year t*rm for theft'of a cow '•• was paroled. .Both v aro white men who. were convicted in ItflssbsippI- .county circuit court at'Blytheville. : Ambulance Driver Makes Bond in Osceola Copft OSCEOLA, Ark..~Peb. ip_Rob5rt Robinson, amublance driver for 'J ' L. LaFbrgs' Undertaking 'company ' of Caruthersville, Mo., made' bond in Mayor's court here yesterday for : his appearance February 26 on a charge of reckless'driving. ' "' ~The charge grew out of 'a coi- llslon between the ambulance v dilj- ".en by Robinson and' an autotno- btlo driven by Mrs. James ftob?rts In which Mrs. Roberts and her small son, Joe, were irijfired here yesterday morning and Mrs. Rob- ~t*' car demolished. Robinson, taking a patient to a Memphis hospital, Is alleged .to have run over a red traffic light at the intersection of Highway 61 and Hale Avenue, 'colliding with Mrs. Roberts' car. She sustained . minor Injuries and her thrsse-year-' old son, Joe, received several gaxh- 7s across the forehead. Bringi $2 500 in Old Bill* Out of Hiding PIbJE BLUFF, Feb.- 10 (UP) — President Hoc/ver's anti-hoarding campaign apparently struck a responsive chord In the heart of. one person here as a musty worn sack of the. old fashioned large bills came put of hiding anti went to work today In' the Simmons National bank. The currency, |2,MO In $5, $10 and 150 notes, was brought 'to the bank yesterday and placed hi a savings deposit. The musty condition of the money, indicated .It had been burled in the ground prior to date of calling In the old cl?3 currency In June, 1939. ' is at present board. . a member cf the RICHMOND, Va., (UP)-Theni were 3S airports In Virginia on -. WEATHER ARKANSAS—Cloudy and shower In west tonight. Thursday cloudy, showers and coWer. . According to the officinl weiith'er otxerver, Jr., the port, number, 10 were .maximum temperature here yester: fields, elght|day was 71 degrees and the mln- .i ll i t ^™* di .atejimum S3 degrees, cloudy. Today a year ago. thc - maximum temperature was 55 degrees and the minimum 2$ detrm, clear. j fields* two airports and one "army air

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