The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 6, 1939 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 6, 1939
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEW! THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOLUME XXXVT-NO. i %. Blylhevllle Courier' BlylliDvllle Herald Blylhevllle Dully News Mississippi Valley MONDAY, NOVKAJMWl_«,_]»:«) Soviet Neutrality Is Re-Affirmed By Premier Molotov MOSCOW, Nov. 0. (Ul>)—Premier-Foreign Minister •ttolotov, addressing a Communist rnlly al the Moscow opova house, today re-anirniefl Soviet n'eutralih' and said that "no efl'ort to draw tlie Soviet Union into war onn tini-'p/wi" . Tlie meeting climaxed the first*-—— day of a three-day celebration of (he anniversary of the Red revolution. The occasion was market! by Issuance of the first communist manifesto since the outbreak of war In Europe. The manifesto called on .workers In allied countries lo halt (he war and aKack the action of (he United Slates in repealing its firms embargo. The manifesto charged that "the American bourgeosle Is interested in Intensifying Ihe war so that its uncrowned munitions kiting* can reap huge profits." It said also lhat "the Italian bourgeosie is awaiting a decisive moment to hurl itself against the loser and claim a share of the victor's spoils in thc war." Negro Woman Killed Near Osceola; Another Killed Near Steele OSCEOLA, Art:., Nov. 6.—Mary Williams, SO-year-old negro woman living on the James Driver farm one mile south of Oseeola, was run , . . - i over and instantly killed by a hit- Molotov accused Great Britain'ami-run driver around seven- and France of seeking to extend thirty o'clock Saturday night on their influence to Scandinavia and highway 61 about one' mile south the Balkans for the purpose of of town. She is said to huve been struc): by the oncoming Iruck as she jstarted across the highway in front of her home. Both legs and arms were broken and hey clicst cru.shed by the truck passing over her body. Although no arrests have been made, it Is repelled that sheriffs deputies are practically sure of Hie identity of Ihe driver and an arrest, is ex-peeled within a few hours. Deputy sheriff Jake Thrall- Incrensing their own colonial pos- Ihat the United sessions. He hinted States neutrality act is n screen for eventual participation in the war. Molotov said [lint capitalism is proof Dial accumulation of wealth by the "upper strata of capitalist society brings no'hope of iniprbve- the condition of the He said that "no proof is need- ineni in masses." ilG Said llluu llu IUUU1 ID 11CCU~ I ... I T " n 1 . " ~" ed to show that the internal af- ,, ' alld . , Le ? Sehrcick investigated fairs of capitalist countries are in Ulc acciu ™ 1 -a very bad way. Indeed the discontent is gathering among their exploited and oppressed masses" and that the stage is being set for new revolutions. The capitalist nations, Mololov •said, arc seeking the way ost of their internal difAcuities in war. TDTO To Admit Four Charges; Others Are To Be Dropped BATON ROUGE, La.. Nov. (i. (UP)— "Former President James Monroe 'Smith of L. S. U. will plead guilty to four charges in East Baton Rouge parish district ccurt tpday_ anrl pave the way for quashing more than a score of Indictments against him and his relatives. The announcement wns made at noon by Smith's attorneys and by District .Attorney Sanchez. Smith was scheduled to go on trial for Iliree charges of forgery anil one of embezzlement this morning. .However lie became ill on his trip from New Orleans, where he was serving a 30-monlhs federal sentence for mail fraud in conncctkn with (lie Louisiana scandals. He was ordered to be upon his arrival here and start of the dial' v,'as postponed until noon. after- One Killed, Seven Hurt A negro woman. Ruby Robinson, was instantly killed and seven other negroes injured in a highway accident which occurred Sunday afternoon on Highway 01 near Steele. Milliah HHliard, negro woman, is in a serious condition here, where she was brought following the accident, and Hazel West, who was .'also seriously injured, is im- projMng _lpclny;.. The other 'motorists -escaped With minor cuts and lacerations. It is said that the car overturned to cause the accident. lELLSORHIflT City Of Flint's Caplaiti Broadcast Statement To American People NEW YOIU-C, Nov. e (UP) — Cilpt, Joseph A. Gniminl, master of the American freighter city 0 [ Flint, declared' In « broadcast lo- dn.v that lh« Germans who seized thrt ship threatened to sink lier 11' (he American crew caused any trouble. In n broadcast from Boigcu now Norway the captain described the exellini! three -weeks during which his ship was a German prize. The commander of the German prize crew placed aboard the City of Flint Oct. 0 by (he Gcnnnii battleship Deulschland Informed him nt the outset Capl, aninnrd said thai, if he or afcy of the American crew members made trouble they would be put in open boats nml Ihe ship wink. Cialnard praised his officers and men mid said they acted at all times in n creditable manner. When flip German prize crew came aboard the captain said they carried O'O hand grenades. 20 revolvers 20 bayonets and a machine gun. Back To U. S. BERLIN, Nov. 6 (UP)—Responsible government sources .said today (hat Germany had been Informed (lint the American freighter City of Flint, taken away from a Nazi prize crew by Norway, would sail immediately for the United Slates with its cargo. Nazi quarters admitted that the Norwegian communique on the subject constituted "n more or Cornlmsking Champ JJNCLE COPIES FIVE CENTO less flat rejection" cf the German The bulging biceps of Lawrence (Slim) Pllzer of Attica Tnd and nrnl^l. „,. ,„.„„ ,h. „.,„. j^ „ sl| . 01 , K ]m|r „, , mmls ^^.- ^ (n ^^ ^ ^ ^M Cm* reported that diplomnlic diseu.s- sions wltli Norway were continu- relcase Hayti And Senath Men Are Injured In Separate Accidents mg. The Norwegians were still holding the Nazi prize crew prisoners, according lo latest word here, and nogotin lions to secure 'their r were reprrtcd under way. Newspapers generally .Avoided. Hip subject but continued aiigry protests against Ihe lifting of the United Slates arms embargo. It wns charged lhat (he act woiltd spread ralhev than limit the war and that ft was motivated by an American lust for profits. Tlie authoritative Dcutsc-lier Dlenst quoted President Roosevelt's I03U ChauUiuqua, N. V.. speech and speeches by secretary of State Cordell Hull warning that the sale of arms to belligerents wcukl spread war, and said: "Vet, today, Mr. Roosevelt says (he United States will return lo the historic position of a neutral power by removing Ihe arms embargo, that same embargo which was formerly lauded a:; assisting Ihe preservation of neutrality." Zwoclf Ulu- Blatt said: "Rocsc- velt Husking Tournament at tjiwrencc, Kan. He husked '28.38 SO minutes, below he displays the hnmls. bushels In Two Missouri motorists were serl- cusly Injured In seperate highway accidents in this vicinity over the ' UIB sttllc »oned war profits. He weekend. Dennle Blurlon 27 ofi bowecl 110L *° tno wl " of American . , , Hayti. has a fractured skull 'and • pe0|)lc bul lo Wfl)1 street's voting ...... Stock Price* NEW YORK, Nov. C. (UP) — Stocks declined irregularly today in n moderately active pre-holiday market. A. T. & T 16!) Anaconda Cop. 33 5-8 Assac. D. G 9.1-8 Beth. Steel 871-8 Boeing Air 20 .1-8 Chrysler 86 7-8 Coca Cola 123 Gen. Elcc -10 1-4 Ocn. Mol 54 Ir8 Int. Harvest ;.. 621-4 Montgomery Ward 541-4 N. Y. Central 20 7-8 Packard 41-4 Phillips Pet 42 1-3 Radio fi 3-8 Schenly Disl H Simmons 24 Socony Vac. 135-8 Sid. Oil N. J 48 1-4 Texas Corp 471-8 U. S. Smelt «2 U. S. Steel 73 3-4 Stock Prices EAST ST. LOUIS, 111., Nov. C. (UP)—Hogs: 11,900 Top, 6.65 170-230 Ibs., 6.50-6.60 Bulk sons, 5.50-6.10 140-160 Ibs., 6.15-6.50 Cattle: 6,300 Steels, 8.10-10.15 Slaughter steers, 6.2S-11.00 Mixed yearlings, heifers, 7.50-9.50 Slaughter heifers, 8,25-11.00 Beef cows, 5,00-5.75 Cutters and low cutters, 3.SO-4.50 oilier Injuries lo his head and body, nnd Odell Gentry, 21, of Senalh, has serious internal injuries and a fractured leg. Mr. Blnrlon narrowly escaned death when (Me car he was driving struck thc front side ot the bed of a hay truck shortly before noon Sunday ns the two machines passed each oilier on Highway 84. about one-fourth mile from the Intersection or Highways 61 and 84 near Hayli. The car was ripped from Ihe front to the rear by the impact! with the corner cf the I ruck bed.! An ambulance brought the injured man to the Walls hospilal here where he Is resllng fair loday. Mr. Blurlon Is employed by the Black and While Grocery of Hayti. The other accident occurred between Manila and thc Floodway ccmmunlty about two o'clock Sunday morning. Mr. Gentry's car is said to have overturned when he lost control of the machine in some loose gravel, • Afler having been brought to this city Gentry wns later removed to Jonesboro in an ambulance. New York Cotton NEW YORK, Nov. G (UP)—cotton closed steady., open high low close ticket. Secretary Hull has not HULKS Ifl British And French Warships To Guard Freighters Passagi PARIS, Nov. 0, UP)— Great Brl- lain and France today announced a plan of joint naval ndion to guard ships carryinij- American war cargoes across the Atlantic. The plan Is designed spcclllcally lo overcome Ihe ihrcat of Herman submarine!; and warshlns. The first ships .to leave Nev.' York with armaments, particularly airplanes, will be convoyed bv allied warships tlie entire distance lo "prove", It was said, .that tireac Britain and France control the sefls. It was reported, however, lhat ----- ..__ .... , , helped to smother the flames of the Cerninn fleet has lier-n order- but has applied himself lo funning them. He Is helping prolong the war." Voelklscher Boebachter said: "In America, nobody denies that the change of the previous neutrality status exclusively assists the western Democrats." U-boats nnd rnkl- CM in two main zones of operations in Hie Atlantic—one olf the Gulf, of Mexico lo interrupt neutral and allied shipments of all and the other in the north Atlantic to interrupt freighters In Uie n'ny that a pocket battleship captured Ihe city of Flint. Funeral Rites Held j For Jason W. Nichols, Dec 917 020 Jan 916 016 Mar 904 907 May 895' 807 Jul. Oct. 880 854 882 851 908 91G 892 883 908 003n 892 Spots closed nominal off 8. 844 844n a I M3, Vew Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 6 <UP>Demand for collon was light today, and futures closed steady and off 25 to 45 cents a. bale Chicago Wheat Dee. May • open high 87 1-4 83 1-4 low 81 clcse 877-8 865-8 873-8 863-4 887-8 (Pec. Mar. May Ju'l. Oct. open high low close • 921 930 919 919 918 913 903 890 763 917 908 893 864 904 893 879 851 923 904 894 879 85| Spots closed steady at 919, off 7. COOTER, Mo., Nov. 6—Funeral T fl Fl T services were held yesterday for 111 Hr Jason W. Nichols, 65, who died at i 1 U LJ L his hone near Cooler Saturday j morning after several weeks illness. Tlie services were held nt his for- Congressmen Cannol F\- incr home al Malvern. Ark., and " ,. . '" (e "" ent W8s .. m! "le in the family! pedlte Mailers For respective Postmasters _ Changes recommended by Arkan- Missionary Baptist church for a sas congressmen in the positions cemetery near there. ifr. Nichols had lived near Cooler for a number of years on his farm. He was an acllve member of Ihe P., number of years. ; of postmasters in a number of He Is survived by his wife. Mrs. 1 Arkansas tcwns and cities alii have Dillia Nichcls and five sons, William to await the January session ol D. Nichols, Holland; Luther Nichols. ' congress it has been definitely dis- Hermondale; James Nichols of Coof , closed. cr and Earnest J. Nichols of luiycn, | Prospective poslmaslcrs will have Ark., and five daughters. Mrs. Ro- ; to be patient as there is nothing sella Burrow, Rayon, Ark., Mrs. : their congressmen can do about. Ardilla Tlirccl. Steele. Mo., Mrs. expediting appointments, nccrrrting a Washington dispatch. Repie.scnfativc E. C. (Took; Ethel Harris. Hclland, Mrs. Zelma Archer, Carlisle, Ark., and Miss Dor- . . _. _. olhy Ellen Nichols, Cooler, Mo. Oatliiiigs has recommended ~ i Stevens for the postmaster's job i here (succeeding Herman Cross) One Hundred Members 01 First District League Attend Banquet "The pastfil service Is one of the Greatest services In the world and postal emplcycs should constant!} strive lo Improve It," L. R. Scott ot Jonesboro, district Inspector, (old members of (lie Plrot District Arkansas Postmasters t^ague, Arkansas IWral letter Carriers Assocln- llcn and Ladles Auxiliary of Lcllei Carriers nt thc annual meetlnt here last night. The Inspector was the principal speaker at the banquet meeting held at the American Legion Hill, which was attended by 101) members of the 11 counties'which comprise (he first congressional district. J. P. Friend, of Blytlievllle, was loastmustcr tor the affair with Mayor Marion Wllllnnv, as Ihe official welccme tender for the city The response was given by Clydt. Splllcr of Charleston, state president of the National League of Postmasters. Ivcrson Morris said Ihc Invocation ami Miss Jeanne Bourland rendered several plnuo Submission Of Dying Man's Slaleincnl Approved By Supremo Court 1.1TTLK HOCK. Nov. 0. IUI')- Sl«(<> supreme can't, todny upheld n limcr riuirl. iicllun In allowing (lie .submission of n dyin|{ man's iliileint-iu a.s evidence In a murder cast. The cn.w was Ihe appeal of Marvin Clements, (jlvi'ii live- yearn fur ,ni' slaylnij or Carson lIlKglnbothuin '" iJiwrnice eounly on March III, n affirming (lie c:m! dnlil: "There was no nrov coinmltled by (he lower court in nlvlug n dy- Inff mun's slatemenl lo the jury." LITTLE UOCK, Nov. ti. (UP) — The .stale .supremo court, today lip- held act 1HU 01 die hM5 leuis'.auire which imposed 11 $25 annual fee on photrgrapliers who had done biisl- •ipss In the state less than a year. '['lie appeal wns made by R K Mortis of pine Bluff. The $3.000 Jmliiinenl. Branlcd rrunuin Ulche.v by n Orn«7o«l county circuit court against the Missouri Pacific railroad finned by (lie court. Ulchey suffered Injuries thai may Invalidate him for lift! when Ihe oar In which he wn.i riding wns lilt by a train January is, iflin on die outskirts of Paris. Ark. Ollen Spurlln cf Hot 'Swings county, who obtained $200 Judo- ment agnlnst the cocti Cola Company, won his suit niicn (he bev- erase firm appealed lo Ihu supreme court. Spurlln siicccssfully conleiKl- ed thai the compnny was at fault when he swallowed particles of glass PensionSchemesHold Spotlight In Voting $ In California, Ohio was af. Postoffice Here Now Cotton Twine ea 10-Year This Year, Dc- pai'lincnl Says WASHINGTON, NOV. «. <tjp)~ Increasing national prosperity may carry 19-10 farm Income lo n new Illtfh for nearly 10 the +clay." ' '^'hn Ohio Issue h the Blgclpw plan to give single».s over W, S50 a month, married couples $80 • u month. , N't-w Voik stale decides whether it will lognli/o pail muliicl betiiner at houe lace hacks. ,,,. Kentucky and MIyihslppi elect liovernoif,. Phllndrlphla and Detroit elect, imiyoiu in the latter city, Uie, conRreti of InUiislilal organizations wax one of the Issues , , "Uliiiii ami Eggs" SAN FHANOISCO, Hov G (UJ?J —Callfoinla volca again tomoirou on whclhci to give unemployed citizens o\ci 50 yeais old thn rtiulvnltnt of $30 every Thunday 'In! department said Hi uurchasliiK power would r „ he lfB7 level when Ihc $8,008,000,000 Incomn wns Ihe lilnhesl. since 11K10. Cash farm Income'(Ills year wns estimated (it $8,300,000,000.' j The department warned farmers uo|. !« expect- a sensational boom 1 In prices and European demands for farm products—at least not In dent "n shoil cut to 'Thoi e forecast the to men ever, huslnKs men ucie so uncei- Inln thnt many had made plans lo move fioni the stale If the plan OEL« IN III Robinson, Barnes C n s S CS Remain On Call; Richardson Pleads Not Guilty Cases of M. c.-)'Bud" Robinson The: Blyllievlllo pqst office l« now using col Ion twine . lor al General purposes, It was announced •lod&yvwlth'.-recelpl of latcslvsujv piles from Hie poslnl • department for Ihe local office. - , „„ Cotton Uvlne lias not, replaced ™J' lu scheduled because of thc Jute twine for all usual purposon continued Illness or Barnes, which here and apparently the same consort " continuance of thc case holds >true In many oilier If not 'fom last Wednesday. ;v "l' ^sstiiilt. ; with' Iptait,'' I'a .'hill; were hoi tried. In clrciilt'coiirl.'..^"- ' all post country. offices throiiHhoiit tin.'! O. E. Keck, who Is pre- . , siding, announced In court this It Is the first time in Ihe ex- ! morning thai, the cases were not perlence of postal employes hnre, ccnllnueil but will remain on call some of whom have been on Hie even U a special- day ol court has job for around 26 years, that col- to bo hold to try lliem, Hanic.*, Is ton twine has been used generally, said to be seriously 111, : Not only is its use an added Arrests of the two men folla'tvcd boost to the campaign for lironcler a street allcrcallon In which c A use of cotton product:; but em- Cunnlirghnm was critically liijiired ployes of tho pout ofllce here In 7 Virgil Clrecne Is Ihnlr attorney ' slst thai II actually gives belter 11, B. nfclumlsoi ney fcrmer senior service and la tusler lo handle neld aasislnnt of tlie'AAA lu chiiVfie than Jute (wine. • O f thu Blylhovllb office, entered n Accident Victim Is i pica nf not guilty to a charge of I forgery nnd uttering through his ! [attorney,. W. Ucn Smith, who Mniii* wnlml f-i'mnl ari-nlgiiment In court rioilie Ihls morning. The case was placed 011 call but no date nf tlie trial had Russell Smool, who received sev- been sel for (Ills afternoon. H,lclmrdson. wlio Is charged' wllh Three Fire Alarms omclabi ot stale, district and copnty grouus present wen: pre- scnlcd before the three groups held separate business mcclings presided over by Mr. Splller for Ibe postmasters; Mrs. O. B. Price of Hard- sell, state president of (he Ladles' Auxiliary of Letter Carriers, and Neal Goldman of Peach Orchard, state president of the Rural Letler Carriers. Legislation regarding the functioning of the poslofficc service, ns made ill Washington. D. C., was ... ** ' ' ^ . » m, .i*.i<iiuii \,ui t outlined In (lie separate meetings. [ rjnvis as his Iioi; Messages were rca<l from Scnalor Jclm E. Miller of Senrcy, Senator oral fractured vertebrae when lil.s ear overturnod near Ulylhevllle fo ^ Imn05 Qf D s in M T'' m " ov i " c Jo(! Hughes ambulance. federal He -has been at the Walls lios- Brownlg lo bn with ,. m || ,„ ,„ of Lllboiirn Mo., who was stricken critically 111. ,,,„- „„,, . ,„,-,, ., , The elder Mr. Smool Is- m.ich Ira- 1° c lsk( \ ot , U ! C rccic ™' "" " or ' proved i lics wlic " llle stale c!lsc is finished. I Proscctillng Attorney Hruce Ivy I was arguing tlie case of Ihe slate • vs. Charley Strickland and son, | Clarence Strickland, at 1:-I5 o'clock i. Ihe two men. who stricken critically 111. Jnckson «'•"«» >«l place him In Keep Firemen Busy ' ' h| s 1 } arc Three fires Sunday kept firemen busy. Thc first was al West Kentucky avenue at belli? Irled jointly, arc charged i with Incest and carnal abuse In 'connection with illicit rclaticnswlth thelr_lG-ycar-old daughter and sis- were sworn out July 15, 1937, the men were apprehended several montlu ago. Percy Wright I was appointed by thc court as (heir became overheated to cause slight damage to cue room. The scclion car, used by Grovcr'jJ _avls a-s his home, wns badly 1 damaged at 1:30 o'clock Sunday' ^"fl. Is expected lo continue the afternoon when an overheated i c " tlrc weck Hattle W. Caraway, and Congress- stove caused Ihc blaze. The train ' man E. G . Gainings of West Mem- cm-.housc stands near the Meyers if n • I r.t phis, who expressed regrets at their Uros oil , „„ Elm u . t former Resident Of InoMIItl. In nj*n..rl 4 t, ., .. nm >.*.»* 1*1. . ' . *--v. I servant house of the acraffp icsidciicc° 117 East Cherry inability lo attend the convention . because of congress being in session. Other official.'; who attended j =lll:(:lj >vlls ulkuly „„,„.,„,.„ uy were-, n. G. Price of Harrison. Sun da y afternoon,2:15 o'clock. treasurer cf the State Rural Let-I ; ter Carriers; Elmer McHaney oft stl . t . clj wlls bad] . by lire ! Convids Will Get .., Holidav Mannaduke, chairman First Db- '• trlcl Postmasters Ix-ague; Mrs.i -..,,- ws " When Truck Overturns Steele Dies At Marston STEELE. Mo., Nov. C.—Mrs. J. H. ( A very, formerly of Steele, but now of Marston, Me., died nt her home In thai city Ihc latler part of the week following a paralytic stroke a few hours previous. Funeral services were held at her home by the irKlteteM is lln Act, H Is sponsored by lijo'cnli-, fornla Life Rctliemenl Payment Association, tin oignnfcalkm hend- s ed by Roy o Owens and Will H KlndlB, ^hlch boasts n membership of more. limn a million "sculoV CltlZMlh ' Ooy Culbeit L. Olson, who fa- - vors a pension for the ngcd but described' Hie "ham and egg' plan as "fallacious and mwoi table." climaxed his' opposition last nlgi\t lu n mdlo admess. He acknqwJ- edgcd lhat advocates of thc plai> aided In ,hls election In 1938, .b'u't assorted Ilinl the plan, as revamp- / cd ihis \eai, was untenable \ / - Slicrldan Powncy,, junloi United. ^luUp seimloi elected on Ihe ' ham and' platform, took no pnrt In (he Dr. Francis U. Townsond, orlj- Inatoi of the pension plftli Hhlch beam his name, and Upton Sinclair, liberal wtter wlio offered .a 'production foi UBC" program In 103J, have Loth attacked the plan as unworkable. Of (he 0,300,001) residents pi California, there . arc about 1,300,000 over the age of 50, mostly i&i- .dcnls of the southern counties ' Ilicre have been no estimate 1 ; of iliosc who aie unemployed, but It half U. S. Suoreme Court niei, Review Of Ai'ka sas Cases WASHINGTON, Nov. 0. (UPlj- Thc u. s. sunreme court, today denied the.petition of an Arkansas Coal Mining company for review of an eighth circuit court ot appeals 'decision holding that certain coal, in ;(he Spadrn field of ^ohnscii county Ail., is 'bituminous mid (h ere fora .subject, to the bituminous coal act." The Sunshine Anthracite Coal company contended that it should Oe exempt from the law claiming Its products are. semi-anthracite. The supreme court also denied another petition by a Missouri manufacturing company askin'g'a lest of the constitutionality of^nn Arkansas law making (lie secretary of state the legal agent of every out of state motorist for .the purpose Of serving legal papers. Twelve Are Hurt When Train Is Derailed Carriers. The banquet was irM, Churcli. TUCKER PRISON FARM. Ark., has recommended new postmasters Schwamb of PanKouId sec Nov. 6. (UP)-AI Reed, superfn- for Luke Village. El Dorado. Cam- and trcasluer of h- District tendent of thc stale prison farm,'den. PrercoU. Warren and Mag- ° ' r <=asmcr of th. Dlstiicl- said today thai officials were sUm- nolia. i ing lo compile a list of convicts IJcpresontntlve W. P. Norrcl! has whose records for ihe past 1^ recommended an appointment at months will entitle them to a Slutt'»art and Is ready to rcccm- Chrlslmas furlough. j mend an appointment at England, In thc past Arkansas governors Representative Clyde Ellis plans to have granted Christmas furlous-hs submit two recoin'menclallons when lo prisoners who have compiled chances of Immcdiale acceptance good records for Ihe year. The- improve. furloughs range from two days to Iwo weeks and provide that the' The acpyornls. an extinct bird, convlcls must return belore Ihe laid n " C 8B t -' 1!> t wns Wl to a deadline set by officials. Caraway Teaguc of Manila, chairman ot Ihc ; T. A. Biggs of Pou^ecp. | Mve ^ rnr °l l 'f T u bn(I| y '"'ft and anothr Is missing- ,,!,,£, , Carriers; L. H. ,„„„„,,„„ „ ,„„,„„„,. „„[,,„„, „„„: Mcund cemetery on Highway Gl near Marston. Mrs. Avcry was 52 years of age following a highway accident near . Osccola Saturday night, i A cow-loaded truck, driven by tl)C ! Homer Simpson of Dewllt, ever- h P Ulnlctl Bt ll « J - ^ Williams' cor- of ° 5 «°"> «>n had lived hero n number of years before moving to Marston. Sllc «'ere In (lie fil t causc u M t undcrlaki.iB business when thcs mend an appointment at England. v ,, . . ^~~ , ! when the driver failed lo wake Ihe I "*' c<l Ilcre . A Representative Clvde Ellis plans to YOlUh S Arm Broken i sharp curve. friends from . , n ; ctnl( . k , oa( | WMOne 0 , three 1 scrvlcw, number of WESTFIELD, Mass., Nov. 6. (UP) —Twelve persons were injured arid al! 63 passengers were .shaken'•Severely today «hen the New England Slates Special—Chicago to BOstai express—was derailed three miles east of hero. . "..',' ;'• The entire train, moving at'50 miles an hour over tha Boston.and Albany inliroid tracks, left 'Ihe rails. ' '."','•',. WEATHER Arkansas — Fair and slightly S warmer, frost In east portion to-; 5 . night Tuesday fair and wsrmer In" ' extreme e«t portion laid an egg that was 'gross of hen's eggs. MeniphU and UclHltj-Falr and Steele attended the warmer tonight lowest temperature S« Jo «. Tuosdaj Incwsslng cloud- W. H. Hill Jr., 18, was given being brtught lo Luxora for R, C. She Is.survived by her husband, I " e f s and ^rmcr, showers ' emergency Ircalmcnt at thc Walls Langston. who had recently pur- also three sons, Arllne. James Ro "' s ' and >" cdn - 3s « av hosplta; Sunday for a broken arm. chased them. Four of the-14 cows lanr l nn'd Samuel Hush, two sisters i j ne masJmum temperature he-re The b:ne, broken bolwccn the In the truck esc!>ped Injury. , I and'<ne'brother. jesterday was 60 rtiinlmum "23, wrist and elbow, was set and the Estimate of tlw loss was placed Tho German Undertaking Com- tle»f, according to Samuel P Nor- youth returned to Ills home. . between $400 and ?500, I pany was In charge of Ilio funeral rls offlclal weather observer

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