VOMIMIC XXXVI—NO. 180. THB DO*™*"* NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS *»n an™.., „„ ~" ^ "" * * ' O BlythevHle Courier Blythevllle Hersld Slylhcville Daily News Mississippi Vnllcy MAGINOT L North Atlantic Gale Buffets Liners; One May Go To Halifax ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ARKANSAS, WHDNRSDAY, OCTOHKR 18 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENi 20 of hsi have to Hint . "Harding, cnroute* to New York with 597 passengers, "ad cnii e( | for medical assistance iom the coast guard. The culte Hamilton was plonlng toward hoi IhiMigh heavy seas with a docloi and medical supplies. ' Then the liner wirelessed lhal ii lifeboat and part of her side rail had been carried away and that she might have to turn toward Halifax She was about 300 miles from that liorl and 1,000 miles from Ycrk. The President Harding and otliei ships were fighting a terrific storm which had been raging northward off (he coast for several clays. In her fd-st message she had asked specifically for morphine- presvmiablv t; ease the pain of Ihe injured.. A few hours after the President Harding's appeal the British lrcl°ht- er Blairdeg wirelessed that she was in need of immediate assistance Somewhere In the same region of the Atlantic were the United Stales liner Manhattan, due in New York Saturday with 1417 passengers, the American Shipper due Sunday with 146 passensers uirt the Italian liner Come di -•una, due Saturday with 1,800 pa.s.se^ers, ' 23 Hurt Seriously NEW YORK, Oct. IB. (UP)-The United States liner President Harding, ballcred by the high winds and heavy .was cf an Atlantic slorro, radioed this afternoon that 13 passengers and members of her crew, had been injured—23 of them Seriously—-and that one saijcr was m «sirifr <and.. believed lost over-' —boiirrt.-— •' '...-•• New York Cotton NEW YORK, Oct. 18 (UP)-Cotton closed steady open Dec. Jan Mar, May Jill 899 897 882 850 8-10 890 897 885 873 1)54 low close 895 801 890 890 878 8(56 (.Olliiy Five Die In Blast At Plant ELDRED, Pa., Oct. 18 (UP)— Five employes ivere killed today in n» explosion that, wrecked the small National Powder company plant near here and left "nothing but a hole in (he ground." The entire plant, which employed about 15 men, was blown away according to reports. The plant mnnufaclnred nilro glycerine and other explosives used in lhc- .shooting O f oil wells in this section, . ULT ANTICIPATE Five-Poinl nge- In 5 FIFO Man, Woman Die In Memphis _0f Bums In Osceola Expl osion Spots closed unchanged unchanged. S47 83B at 880 8G7 849 838 >I ( : Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Oft. 18 (UP) ---Cotloi! futniTO closed steady f.o- MEMPHIS, Tenn.. Oct. IS.-Burns uffered when an explosion cccurred n a tourist cabin at Button's'toiir- st damp. .near Osceola. early yes- erdhy .morning, proved fatal t- ? rank Urhahn and -Airs.' Flora Burns of Chaffee, Mo.; who died in i hospital here yesterday afterno:n Mr. Urhahn, employe of the Vlsco railroad, died less than an lour after Mrs. Burns succumbed. The man and woman Imd rented ha cabin late Monday afternoon They «ore found wandering aroun- In a dazed ciudiliou outside the cabin after the explosion occurred A definite explanation of the cause of the explosion was lackln* investigating tracers said (hat °a gas heater in the room wns nol damaged but n theory was advanced lhal a leak In a gas line leading lo Ihe room might have allowed gas t; escape and explode Drastic Nculralily Proposal Impeded WASHINGTON,~0ct 18 <UP>- Inniionllnl administration .senators today a five-point niodil of drastic restrlcticns on American shipping contained In the "ending- neutrality law devls- !on bill. They hoped that the concessions would satisfy American Interests, and their con S re.s.slonn supporters, and speed final action on President lioosevelfs rcque.sl for repeal of Ihe arms embargo Democratic members of (he sen- ale foreign relations who partieialed In new neutrality measure, were to consider changing the controversial shipping clauses Boy Scout Fwd Chief fern, in ('.ommitoiuy Determined In make iJlythcvll'lQ's first niumti) Coninninlly Firtul drive a success, representatives,of the .semi groups to benefit, from the campaign will make final plnu.s In a meeting Thursday ufaming [ at His Chainlier or Commerce room | of the- city hall. Di'cause the 'budget cr $4250'Is uusnally low tor 11 drive Df thli «• city Ihe «l/.e of' Hlyllte- kind In vllle, .sponsors of the movement believe Hint (he matter will lie flh- tlmslnsflcally received by business firms and Individuals when It'Is week. The drive presented next op»ns Tuesday. ehinnl '" 1C ^ SfOllls, Glvl shipping- f Ciooilfellows, Bly-tliovlllt! committee drafting the. . American vessels from transporting materials cf any kind . a»y of the belligerent countries or then- possessions, even Uiough the ports of call may be removed from (he combat .As the Democrats gathered to Misider climiEine thk imn ,-,-.„„ ilstralioi supporters outlined the United Press the following 'gram as a ' basis for ameml- nreas would be de- to irogra menlsi 1.^Certain iigiialcd into whicii Ajneiican Scouts, school band, social welfare and city public library are lo benefit from file fluid with a special.nmciml of $500 set aside for Incidental needs whlj-h do nol, come under these groups. Each organization is pciTecllhir it.s committee which will beccme'ia part of the general group which will work with all of Ihe money donated to go into (he one fuiid from uliich apportionments will btf made. j Cecil Shane, chairman of the general group, announced tcttay lhal Ihe Boy Scouts will bo represented by Clarence H. Wilson, Floyd White, Harvey Morris, , Byron M:rsc, James Terry, Mnrctis: Evrard, B. j, Allen and Jim Dates. The Boy Scouts, which will receive the largest amount with $1000 as Us annual budget, directly nt- fecls every citizen of lilylhcvllle, t was jwiiited out today In tllscuss- ng the niip:r(ionmenLs. There arc now 105 boys, 12 years °f afie and above; who are enrolled in sconl work here and 40 bays between the ages of eight mid twelve years who are members of the 1'nck. If lhc Community Rind inl«n Is a success, the Imme(Hale rnWitif of $1000 will allov SIKJI.WS of the group to spend inori HHI« Iti the orginilwillon of two more troops of nlHiil 80 boys nm another Cub Puck of ohnut 40 hoys, which is badly needed. In the past, so much time ha.s Iwd (o be given Co tlie .soliclllng of Hie money Hint the work of organ. Mng- has not gone forward a.« much us Ihe sponsors would like ihei-e arc more than 100 boys In Blyihovllle who want to begin scoul wcrk and they will be able lo do to tit once. If the money is raised it was pointed out. While $1000 seems to some a substantial amount to bo turned over to Die Northeast Arkansas Council, il was pointed out that Jom'sb:ro',s quota for (he vear was raised from $1000 t, $1500, while same al- Blythevllle's was left the s (hough tin soine ic (owns are of about (lie It (he council obtains Us $10,000 (|iicta [or year, an assistant executive lender will be employed and Ihc head of the council will be able to spend more I lino Ir Illc. 11 Blythc- lion day. off points. when Urhahn This was only Urhalui lighted a match a theory although was reported to have told , I , J ••" " • I'"* i-v-u LU lint c U)I(I three points to up five. an 'ambulance attendant (he es- iptoskn occurred when he attempted Drc. Jan. Mar. May .Inly Oct. open . 900 . 306 891 878 SCO 841 high 912 90G 89A 882 849 low 903 BOO 888 877 858 close I to light the heater. 905 898 8<)0 880 861 039 Spots closed steady at 005. off 4. ' Stock Prices NEW VORK, Oct. 18 (UP) — Stocks turned irregular today wilh volume lighteniiiB from yesterday's pace. Anac:nda Coppepr .... Accociated D o Beth steel .....'. Chrysler Boeing Air ]..' Cities Service '.. Coca Cola General Electric ..'.'.'.'. General Motors ' Tnl Harvest Montgomery Ward ..,: N Y Central Packard Phillips Pet Radio Sebenley Disl. 165 1-2 34 1-4 B 1--1 31 3-8 9t 1-2 28 1-2 G 1-8 113 •11 3-8 54 5-8 65 1-2 56 3-8 22 3 7-8 45 3-4 G 1-4 14 1-3 Simmons 24 1-2 -Sbeony Vac Standard Oil N J ...." Texas Corp U S Smelt u s Steel 13 7-8 40 47 7-8 65 77 1-2 Livestock ST. LOurs, III.. Oct. 18. (UP)— Hogs: 8,500 Tcp. 7.35 170-230 Ibs., 7.25-7.33 140-160 Ibs., 6.50-700 Bulk sows. G.10-B.80 Cattle: 3.900 Steers, 8.50-10.25 Slaughter steers, e.25-lioo Mixed yearlings, heifers, 7.50-9 50 Slaughter heifers, 6.25-1100 Beef cows, 5.00-6.25 Cutters and low cutters, 4,00-1.75 The mysterious sense of dlrec- li:n. possessed by homing pigeons Is disrupled by radio waves. Funeral Rites Held For Miss Maggie Starr OSCEOLA, Ark,, Oct. 18.-Funeral services for Miss Starr. 75. were held this UK B „,. Swiff Funeral chapel at ten b'clo-fc by Die Rev. Paul Galloway, pastor of the Methodist church. "'Hie remains were then taken lo Covin"- trn. Tenn.. for another brie; service and burial In Salem Cemetery near that city this afternoon Miss Starr died at tiie home of her niece. Mrs. C. N. Pace, in this city yesterday afternoon rbllovVine an illnRss cf three months and a period of ill health during the imt two years. Born in Tipton County, Tenn April 16, i804, ihe came to Osceola twenty years ag= to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Pace and to become associated with the Borum Ready-to-Wcar Shop with which she remained until ill health forced her retirement. When the B:rum Store was discontinued as a readv- ln-«T"»r r-litrsi n.i^J . - J to-wear store and converted the present Borum Into Beauty Shop Miss Starr remained with the establishment to do fancy sewln* a ,,d custom alterations for a large cli enlele shich she had built up through Ihe years. ' She was a member of the pres- byterian church but owin. to Ihe fact that the pastor, the R ev T, T Lawrence is cut of town, services' were conducted by the Rev Paul Galloway, she was also a •member of the Maccabee Order Mrs. Pace and her daughter. Miss Nora Pace, are the only surviving relatives. Snilt Funeral Homo was in charge of arrangements. ships could transport all mater- als except arms, ammunition, and mplemenU of war. This modifica- '"" wruld make possible comin- 11 of trade •with Australia New Zealand ,and -other conn-' rles Considered only "nominally nt ,var." . ., . • i ..2.C In., event of d£Cti-ueUc:v< ur i vessel with loss of 11 re, The'presi- dent immediately would be required to declare a temporary halt .o trade witli belligerents in the area cf destruction. Whenever the or proper authorities considered all danger had ended trade could be resumed. : 3. The united Stales government 18 '' would not support a claim against a foreign government in the event of the de.struc- R eade Manufacturing Company or lion of a cargo. Maiden ' - . . 4, The master of a vessel would feclc ral fair labor act or 1D.18 be required to give U. a. port Jud B e George 11. Moore assessed authorities a sworn stolemenl list- Jaflee a fine of $1000 and lined his cargo in delall. giving the " lp manufacturing company $2500. Ttic social welfare work will lie (ipportlcned $900; GooclfcHows, $750; school bund, $500; Ohl Scouts «300; library. $300 and $500 will bo >laccd hi the miscellaneous fund. Company Operating Mai- cleh Plant Admits Violating Labor Acl CAPE GIRARDEAU/ Mo., Oct.. :.—Pleas of guilty were made In shipper's fe ' lcra ' court yesterday in bchalt of Moe Jaifee, manager, and Ihe Rcade Manufacturing Company or Maiden, lo charges cf violating the Claim Continued Reduction Will Ruin Independent Warehousemen WASHINGTON, Oct. 18. <UP)_ Southern congressmen told Iho ng - rlcullurnl department i^iny dint continued reduction In government, storage ynyiiieiit,s on loan cotton wculd drive ninny liulc|»ndent I TroopsMassedBehindl Westwall; Drive On Allied Ships Pushed warehousemen out, of business They urgucd at a meeting wilh, warehousemen and agriculture dc- parlment officials (hat lhc lay. cents a bale pci- month storage rale was lo:> low and suggested a compromise rale of is rents n bale a blown in 'mi o/Voit In lhc Norlli Sea ),loel(- ndo nnd )m,, K d,n iillios (o Inoir knoos, i(. was indicj'Uwl (odiiy. .- with ' Aiiolf Hitler WHS believed Unit llritiiln could be hope beaten by n the overwhelming warfare, | n nir bale. The old rale averaged 111 conls n Senator John n. linnMiend (Dem., Ala.) said he recognised (hat some reduction in storage rates was unavoidable but Inslsled that the 8'/j cents n bale cut was loo much. lie supported the comprcmlsc proposal and urged the department to seek reductions In Insurance rates which lie aaid arc far "loo !ilgh." Some Insurance companies, he said, arc "making i\ loL of' money out of cotton." Senator Diehard D. Russell (Dem., 3a.l snld ho waild prefer Ihni the government pay a higher sior- ige rate rather than have cotton uove out of local warehouses Into concentration points where fa rtnorn c:iil(l not personally stlix'rvlsi; Its sale. 'The Commodity- Credit Corpora- loti Is going to'hnvo lo get n club and held It over tin: insurance Mmnany head before they will re- luce Ihclr rates," lie said. ' Mystery Surrounds Death '"Of Woman 'Colonist' In i* lorida Representative Stephen l>acc (Dem,, c.a.) snld many warehousemen .have lo pay an insiirmico charge 1 - ot,/ 10 cents <i Mjalc per m'ojUh'niil of the KCvorniiieTil' *lor- age payment and Hint the new rale would force them out of busi- , (it sea. which dofent-d iiiuiy short At Ihc same llnie, reliable .sources said thai, Germany continued to pour men ceaselessly toward Ihe western front. The same sources snld however. Dint |L seemed mi likely Him u) Uci . u , 0|| , ( , h|t (1| Maijlnol iJiii. I,, mil force, for (h present a I. least. NflKls asserted. In conneclio «'llh (he nttcmpt at a "lightning slrokc BKntnst Brltnln. that Qcr many was fniiy capable'of Hght jiiE n long war if necessary Hen Iral observers sugBeslcil, that re mnl. measures further drnsllcnll ies rlcling tl, B H ,!o of gasoline nnH the U'ai'ln B 'dowi>' of the fei remaining Iron railings for melt nil? down might Indlcalc, liowovn Hint soiiii! qcriunn lenders wen unxlcus rujiirdlne the econcmlc poslilon mi- the men, gnus am) miiui-| »' .i|)|)arcn(, » grnnd scale <»i Uio MaffinoL Linp, I H WHS rciJoilotl lotiay T " '"" flghlliiir lines thcie was I cotiiitry' .ftirlher reji to Nn?.ls an subma- name of Ihe consignee nnd i«S any ports at which he expected to stop. 5. The exemptions admittedh would be drawn to meet the circumstances of the present European war, and would have lo be reexamined if another war began in another part cf the world, or the present war ended. Senators who worked cut Ihe plan conceded thai it might not strike a responsive chord among .ill arivocalc.s of modifications but presented it as the basis for draft- to an, The manager the defendant company also were placed un- pending restitution the garment plant, der probation to workers at at Maiden against whom the' vio- lalicns of the wAgc-hour law were chai-gcd. The court order said n representative of the 0. S Department of Labor would fix the amount, of wages to be paid the workers. The charges, ns set up in Ihe indictments, were that the manager and the company paid work- nniendment satisfactory « *« f £ ftl K ^l^: Ti they worked emjjloye.s more llian J.4 hours per week withcut paying lime and a half for overtime, that Ihey foiled to keep correct records and Hiat they shipped poods made with labor paid ICES than 25 ccnt.s. In interstate commerce. William Darby Dies Today At Age Of 81 William Darby, who came to Ihe Jintcd States from England when old, died at llncc morning at the home clear! wo months o clock thi of his son, Ben Darby, nea Kike. He was 81. Reared in Nashville, Tcnn., Mr. Darby had been engaged In farm- HB most of his life. He came here hrce years aga from that citv to reside with his son. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon, two o'clock, at he home of Mr. and Mrs Ben Darby with lh c R ev P H Jer- ligan, pastor of the Baptist chinch it Manila, officiating. Burial wl be made at Ehmvood cemetery son, he is also sur- Besides his by Bertha Worslcy, cf Clear Lake Cobb Funeral Home is in char-i Two Thanksgiving Days 'Scheduler!' Fo i- Mi ssi ss|)j>i SEBRINO, Pla., Oct. 18 (UP) — Five members of a "health colony" who testified In a coroner's investigation of the apparent slaying of (heir fellow colonist, Lillian Elchlcr, 32, were allowed lo return to their retreat today pawl- ing an autopsy report. Miss Etchlcr, formerly of St. Jo.sepli, Mich., died at a farm near Labelle, Fla., several days age, Ihr. exact time -yet lo be determined. Her body, nude and lying on a heap of moss, was brought here In a truck by Dick and John •Wiiullsh, brothers and members ol a group which "wanted lo get away from clvlllvjiUon." They said their brother. Jim Windtsh, 17, heard Miss Elchlcr groaning last Thursday outside Ills house In the "colony." .Jim Wind-, Ish picked the woman up and put her to bed but did not see that she Communications Cul Off As Red Army Advances Today HELSINGFCmS. Oct. 18. (Ul»l— Telegraph nnd radio communica- with Estonia suddenly cul off today ami a sevcru tnry censorship was reported Imposed in that Baltic stale in connection with occupation of military bases by Soviet Kusslau troops. -•~< ,ty ut.n ly'm luu mjlf ftL'c IJUlt, MIU ,,., received medical attention because | „„ ' c ccns °«l't|> resulted In a 'mnnbcr of alarmist rumors here regarding developments in Estonia which grinned milltarv null navol bases to Hn.wla under (hslr ______ , son for n desperate'' attempt, end lhc war ./..quickly. There wnij jubilance amon? «l the success of German s vincs, (o whloh: they joined the air ntonc attacks pn .the Bi-illsli /icei •nicy snld thai. .Ihe iiUneks on Ihe Finn ol Forth nnd Scann Flow' showed thal.lhe British - iiee no longrr (loJlllniilcd (he •.««. ; "BdlnltiV (rjdont has bceii .broken tinder (he. hard attacks of Qcr- man sen heroes," said nor AiigrlfT, organ of (ho Nazi labor front, "October 13 (when the Hoynl Oak was attacked) wus n black fitly for lhc Hrlllsh licet," snld the Uculsehc Allgcmplno X.cltunif, "U» to tliat date Drltnli) occupied tlie Iciullng position In Ihe world In reBpccl to warship lomingo. Now slin 1ms Imd to surrender this hard defended position In her /Uiglo- Snxon brother Atnerk'n," fc'omedilns scorned to have slowed (he Cicrivmn-nussian negotiations on the allied refusal to end the war on Hitler's terms. There had been negotiations Ihrough diplomatic channels. . U was expected that direct negotiations would have before n great battle.' French and German we ii,lii B mi , hc , k , - i feel molt way tlnough no man's lati I, sounding out each othen 1 liosltlons and .scckiiig |,y E slld . ,f," h °" "" o'llpo'.t lo iake a | by intelligence oillccrs t,, Occasionally patiols would meel dlspatchch from lh c nont said, lor a bilcf, mcrcile.w nghl nitu hnntl gienndes ptstob ami tienclt knives. Oi one p.iiiol, hugging tlm Rvouncl, would lie In wait for another BlHl Jllllbll.Sll It. ThOTicnch high command, in its war communique No 83 (his DiorDiiijjf, Sfild morelv* "conliict eleinetits were active on tioUi sides (luoughoitt Iho night. HIITC «cic main ambiislics and 'there «a-; miwh close fighting. "There is intense concentiatlon, flogging the roads nnd railioadv behind tin. enemy's front." Other fcomccA supplcineiitctl thli brief iinnouiiLcmeiit by disclosing Hint In the Picnch fionl line-, Ihe noise of moloi vehicle-, could be heard and tlie Hash of light-; seen .along the entire fioiit fui miles latciolly niul In depth. Bad.ftenthei was geneial alon? Ihc front The OernmiK sought by dclnchmenl attacks to rectify rough places- in thcli line, ^iiftoi Iheli MIT attacks Monday, Tills- aelMly «os noted pnr- llciilnrly south of Saniljrueckcn mere (lie Gciiiinns made a de- Icnnlned attempt to wipe out a Email Ftciidi s-allcnt The French » outpoili met the Germaiii> wit'n rand gieundcs- and dio\e them sack. Theic wns nnothei shoit, iflt ngilt nhcn the Trench lepuH- 3d n Qcrinnn attack on the edijc I n wootts The Geimans have nn\\ erected barbed wlic In thcli nu\\ iwsition? ml rcveised the ticm-liu> whirl) he Vrench foimerly oceii|)!ed ~~- - ~ — — . i t VIrs. Eddie Cummins' Father Dies Monday Funeral unices weic held at . , - ...... - .......... „. been begun here early this wock. Nashville, Tcun.tliK atteinoon fo thnt wns against (he beliefs of the cult, When Miss Elchlcr failed to regain consciousness, Windishcs look her healer" wlio told them she ;lead. however. Ihe vrcenliy conehuled to a "nature| • JACKSON. Miss., Oct 18 (Ul 1 )— Mississippi will observe two- Thanks-1 * !>ld I1lcl ' e wns "° givlngs next month-thc Roosevelt, Elc!ller I'- 1 "' "cen sla About 21,000 lied army troops were being sent into Estonia. The Windishcs' testimony bctore 1 fjc(l army troops were advancing Peace Jnslice Milton McManus '" two columns through the north wns-substantiated by their sister, and S0lllh districts of Estonia lin- Marlon, and John Wierly. other " ei lhc I're-arrangcd plan. 'iicmbers of the "natiirali'sts" , Soviet air smiadrons, flying low, The witnesses said that they had l",,,,',^,]™^, 1 "" 1 8™ r ; j£ ;<J "Sahist been living only on fruits aiul an "" "" ° occasional vegetable and slept in 1 tiie nude although they wore | clothes In mixed company. Wlerlo jsald he lived In a lice so lie coultl really get cloce to nature. ' 1 Police Chief J. ' M, Hancock' doubt. Miss i. He said They had not .starlet! today. Baby Ignores Lullaby Mother Takes the Nap . j children «cre called to Memphis BOSTON UJP)—There- will be no f al ' ly M0llcln l' »l«n his condition more lullabies for little 4-year-old ec(tmo cr| l'<:a! nnd accompanied Harry L Betty retiieci candy mainitacturci of Memphis iiiil fnthcv of Mis Eddie Cummins 'of this city, «ho died Monday moiii- Ing nl his home thcie He was 89" ' Mr. mid Mis Cummins and 1 George Hanley. Mrs. Betty to Nashville for the olice , roum "" r " " "° nl Betty, v,ho was p msnage'i of the Cjompany until , on the part o! the popu- Thc people were Isolated n lhc Incoming Soviet troops strong police and militia cor- Hcd army forces also were landed on Ihc Estonian coast by Soviet ships. preliminary examination had disclosed a brain hemorrhage which announced pro^yy rcs uitc ( | from a blow over her right eye. He released the Windishcs and Bond Set For Trio In Assault Cases and the official state holidays. C,ov. Hugh White yesterday that in compliance with the President's request, he will proclaim Nov. 23 as Thanksziviii!; ,-il- Nov. 1,. lf>nl' !T U, umy " \ The corcncr's jurj' also awaited .....':',.,. ,. 'the medical Hndings before al- Ihis evidently means (here will tempting to reach a verdict. the govern:r Hancock said there were several t)wt «""* ! be two holidays, added. "I have decided that the Nov. 23 other "natur in this planned a ut th vlc ln, B - CARUTHERsviLLE, Mo.. Ocl. 18.—Bail bond for three residents i"' w a Proclamation for Nov. 30. wllli'erimhwi 1 " 11 ' 1 s , ectio "' « lnr ^ ri . There will be confusion, While'people running around naked in wilh criminal assault on u-o War-1 admitted, state banks must close nil kinds of weather sleeping In _is, nas been set frllowliig I en tlie traditional Thanksgiving, old sheds and shacks and eating dell Chicago Wheat openn high tOR . closc a lengtliy preliminary hearing ccnlly before Mnglslrnte J. D. if ! man. Bond for 0,1-1 tr«,,i«.. Mav Mnj or: 851 4 84 re- Federal banks must not open on „.„,. „„, , , .„. Huff- N'ov. 23. State olfices presumably man Bond for Carl Kcnlcy and:«ill close on the 23rd because of Leo Oatcwood, two of tlie trio, has: White's reclamation and then obi . , a en o- 655 - 8 833 - 4 ^ cn - sel , at S5M »nd bond !cr Lcs- 1 serve the legal holiday n week later - " " " , 245-8 S43-4 "« SanfordiX Slm Bui there will be no iiall rt . e n iia Ille « efe »a,atUs at the' prcliml- 1 tables on the first dale. The alior- nothing but fniit," the chlct said. "Colrl CasJi" Truly .Stolen BOSTON (UP) — Asimos Kodos reported to police that thieves skle $40 from a meter box in a refrigerator at his florist shop. He c r.,.s ««;•= K!;x=£=«^;~^r«;,' H 1-8 M J. ;,j 3 ine •"•»"""!.>> Thanksgiving dale) eir j and lhat the• qimii • season <|iensj Paul Revere made two tides to warn the cclonlsts: on April 16, 1776, and again two days later. Signs Extradition Order For Gailogly AUSTIN, Tex,, Oct. 18. (UP)— Gov. w. Lee O'Danlel today signed exl^adllion papers ftr Richard Callogly. society slayer and fugitive from n Hie sentence for murder in Georgia. Gallosly escaped from his guards and fltd to Dallas where he threw himscll on the mercy of "Texas Justice" to save him from what ho characterized ns Georgia "in- jvisllce." Infection Develops After Crash Injury William Baliew, o( cooler, who was Injured in an automobile accident Sunday near Tyler, was rc- lurned to tho Walls hospital this morning after having been removed to his home Monday. It is said that nn Irifecllon had The lot's mother sang herself to •'''ur' 1 ' rep and George clambered fr;m his crib to explore, him nine hours laic cllcr several blocks nvw ,.r m , ». - _-..._ ,01 ill health, was « formci mein- jbcr of the Memphis Roto'iy club, Business Men's club, the "Saddle and Spur club and the Colonial Country club. _ He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Gertrude Dougherty Betty; his only' child, Mrs. Cummins; two brothers J. C. Betty or Nashville and A. M. Helly of Dallas, and four sis-, ters, Mrs. J. M. • Bradley, Mrs. . Jessie Turner ant) Mrs. George M.- Buck of Nashville and Mrs. Rj'.'j. •' FHzp.1 trick of Donelson, Tenn. i. Injured When Car- Plunges Off Roatl Mrs. Carl Davis, circulation worker tor the Courier News, Escaped witli minor injuries when' lier car was wrecked on a gravel road near Marie tills 'morning, j.. Mrs. Davis, who \ws driving nlone. said a tire blew out on the car causing her to lose control of the nnelit"c It i/ltitiged from the road mid .overturned In a ditch, knock!!!" the driver miconsclou She siifTered a.'Wrenched shoulder ami several miiibr 1 cuts. The car was lieavily damaged. WEATHER Arl ansas—Partly cloud>, \vari tonight Thursday parllv cloudy Nfemplils anrt ticmtt)—Fttl, *-, , ... . i *'»^iu>juio «nu iitiam*— j-ini Crayle Miellot displays the two j nlghi and Thursday slj"hth v reasons \vhy_ sh* won tlie title cr towkhl 'most beautiful lips" in a tecent New York contest. TeaiV, thr lips with slafry eyec—and what fam- etl movie star does she remind you of? er tonlslil. The aii\imuiii temperature here yesterday n»is 74 minimum 44 clear, according to Samuel P Nor- rls, official wcaiher observer!
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