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Serted by tlU United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TfflC DOMINANT NEWSPAPER Of NOSTSnUBT ARKAN8U AND •OCTHBJWT WMOOIU "^""^ ^"^ .Ely the vlllc D»llT Newi Blythevllle Ccurfcr Mississippi Wiey Ltader BlythtvlU. Her.ltf v-i'iinwii < i- inT/ttmm ' ' IK VI 1.1,1-:, ARKANSAS. WKDNKSDAY, AUGUST 22, 198-1 SINGLE COFI15S FIVE CENTS MISSING BIRMINGHAM CO-ED FOUND Car dwell Youth Dies In Highway Accident FALLS DFF OF * ~ Boy's Plea For Ride Had Been Granted By Cardwell Driver Mifrvjn Hcndrix, n yenr old Card well ,Mo.. youth, was fatally injured when he fell Iiom a truck on Highway 18, Uvo miles Eomli- wesi of here, about 1. o'clock this aftenmcn. The youth fell under the wheels of a irailer, attached to tne truck, which ran over him before it could be slopjied. A Cobb ambulance hurried to the scene and rushed the injured youth lo the Bl.vthevillc hospital. He died as the ambulance reached the hc'piuil. The wheels of the raiier pass• rtl over ilic- bey's body crushing him seveiely. The boy had asked to mnke the trip the driver of lb? truck, owned by J. J. Oibbs of C.v.'dv.-oll, said. The truck had made a trip to a place near Wilson with a load of lumber without a mishap and tho return journey wa^ underway *'!' the accident'occurred. He was riding on the renr of .[he truck. The bov'n father. Ardic Hundrix. of Caidwell. was notified thus afternoon of his son's dcn.th. Funeral arrangements wore Incomplete ac cordins to the Cobb Undertaking company. Steele Couple Married At Caruthersville, Mo. CAIUJTHKnSVILLE. Mb.—The vcdding of Miss Myrtle Monan anc| Jo5cph L. Horn, both of Steele. Mo., was .solemnized here Monday night af the Mcthodisi parsonage, the Rev. C. O. Earnhardt performing the single rin;; ceremony in the presence of a few intimate friends of the couple. Both recently graduated from school of beanly culture at Chillicothe. Mo., later opening a bmnl.y parlor ai Slerle. The bride is graduate of tlv> local schools. Inter Filipino's "Movement" Going S'.rong Until Officers Arrive Nafillfil of HIP presence of j in 1 :. .The by-"i:uv.s avo confined to, (ieoigr Cm/, Filipino, litre :nul cblx>rnt.c rules nnrl reyntaticiVi for | STRIKE IS Roosevelt Attends Rainey Rites his activities tin- Hulled Slati-s Diilrlt-t Attorney's offirp staled find conducting the us-! ;T,ciat!on and. InrldrHnlly, sell for: Dial fnvpslljiatiirs would IK- sent | IS cents per copy. line to cpirslinn Cru/. Cruz lind apparently reaped n considerable harvest here before of- ficois lulprrtiplcil if members were repotted. on payment Tho organizing genius of Ocorgo Cruz, dripper little Filipino, who ;.is making rapid progress enroll- 'of 3(1 cenls with n 5 cents a mninli inn n'ccrces of the Clear Lake anrt-iiile in Ihp [udire. Armorel rommimitirr, In Ills "Oris- ! The Filipino's records showed iual Independent Benevolent Af-lthal lie had cniolled 110 negroes rican Pacific Movement Of The! in the Aininrel c ection in, his Unit World" until officers rnlerruptcd. I No. 11M-I. Annorel. Ark., unknown vill p'-obnhly lie connncd for Some I to white employers in that ?ec- within' the boundaries of the : linn. Twenty-five had joined the Mirsi.«ippi coinuy prison farm, | Clear Lake. Unit No. IWii, lief ore Cruz, an attractive young Mexl- 1 officers arrived and Unll 1045 nl jiiil's, Spur. Mo. had 2.1 members. Cm?. was subjected to a (grilling t.in woman, who snid 'she was Cruz's wife, and two negroes. J. A. _. Brown. self-styled Baptist preach- at the linnrls nf W. I.eon Smllb. er of Charleston, Mo., and Ruben , deputy prosecutor. last night but Crawford, one of the first lo enroll ! stuck to his slory tliat lie was in Cruz's organization at Armorel. I simply omanBinij a burial society. were lodged in Hie cnunlv jail here ; t-.'annen Ciitv. gave several versions last night. They were jailed after j r -' ""-'"' activities. finally stating working for a St. Arch Lindsoy, (jepuly sheriff, and U'at they wnv workit Mr. Rogers, n Clear Lake farmer. Lu:il:; orgainxntion bu had surprised a ncfiro Catherine ut that Cruz VV!1S trying to "put over" an oral a Clear Lake church, which was i Sanitation independent of his being addrcsrcd by Cruz in fiery superiors. An invoice for a pistol fashion and "guarded" by Craw-|ai«l _a considerable _ _(|iiiintHy ford, an "outiv.st" with flashlight and a O'm. "F.urial Ortlcr 1 ' IXttsoEsion bin lie said it was aininnnllion was found in Cim ] order j-:cnt to his fallier in the ".,! Philippine Islands, the latter hnv- a pistol. Preacher Repentant Technically Cruz and ms "wife, . Caimen Cruz, are charged with i" 1 ^J°™'"mem penna to carry violating the .stale "blue sky" laws by operating a burial association outside of state sujiervision hut officers are inclined to' believe that there is more back of Cruz' activities than a mere fraternal burial order: " ' ~ attending kinsviile. nclhel college at Ilop- Ky. Three pistols were found on Cruz ind his parly. One was carried by Crawford, a local • negro, Ihe "outpost" at" the meeting. Two others were found in Cruz's car. bell will soon pop around the corner for the white man." preacher. Brown, driving hastily | away from the plane in Cru?'s car. Some form of niiarclilsm was be- . H e appeared reluctant to stou and Iieved to be one of the cssrnllnl drove the car into Lindscv's ma- nlements of Cm/' activities, offi- diine before he was finnllv halted eers hinted, indicating that DC- cniz' literature, most of" it in U: Both Sides- Claim Victory When Trucks Rumble Rack on Streets : j MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Aug. ?!' iupi—Thirty reven days of hlobji 1 riots and martial law were end' ciiaj- by '.cllleinc-nl ol a strike [.CCO (ruck drivera. Peace lerm.s lhat °ndrd one bl IP bitleie.M labor feuds rlnce l! Hi,: Fajle fir'it look wing were <l;ni>d last nij;ht by union leadc'is fo'.v houis aflcr they were np- rovc-d by employers. • RjprcscnliUlves ol lioth slclr.s haibd the settlement an a victory. 1'he union wns grained- the right to represent "inside" workers pi 22 large market district firms but was denied a coveted wnge crease. | The dispute over labor jurisdlc- lion in negotiations afTcctltig" in- jide employes was Ihe primary cause of the strike. National guardsmen, who have tilled Ihc city since.July 20, wero ordered to relinquish control :it/;7 o'clock, A. M. Trucks, Interned for weeks by military orders, rumbled omo i.Sie streets even be-fore that hour.' parlment of Justice a^chl-s might be called in to question Cruz and the Mexican woman, who they say is much more clever than her companion. 30 Cents a HMJL Nothing in the printed by-laws of the organization Cru?, was find- Spanish, and two guns were found in the car. Brown, who was gruff and stubborn last night, appeared in repentant mood this. morning, Enylg he was "off" of Cruz and . _ longing to return to his Missouri I which includes approximately $40,- Memphis Company Likely To Get Contract For Immediate Work The Gerald Smith Construction company, of Memphis, was low bidder on the Big Lake project, Little Rock Man Dies Suddenly at Os'ceola O.SC1-:OLA. Art.. AUK. 'i'i— I.co Volknor, 40-ye:ir-nld • -auditor -jf .Illle Hock, was Mrleki'ii with jcuic . Indlgi'sllim 'Alii!.: silling In |;aike'.I ear nriir Duvjs Dr b.lort! here Monduy ni(:hl. uovcd to hK lintiil ln-ilrotini, hi: Ikd .shortly -nllerwiml. Thi- body wa'i tnki'ii Ti.rsday in Little Hock for Imrtol. by Hwlil i ml company, Ox-cola iiiiderl ers. Mr: Volkner luis l:ccn uorkhr. oft and on 111 this county In llio past year audlllni; lliu- lax books for receivers of lamina 0 , Dls-lrlcl No. I) and Suh-DI'.lricl Ni. 3 In S. Hn was well known hi-rc :nul hnd mnny friends. SmiHEISFIII hvoiit Cut, Bofly Found Near rbicc Whop She Disappeared $\ 10 PRHRIrM Hurries To Cnrrollton For Hour's Stay at Rainey Services nilfMINCUIA.M, All|f. ja [UP)— '1'hi! krdv of 1 f-'Ave Ne\'/ r: Ifl-year- old ITouitrd rolk'HO •-m'c.j-riH'dli'iil cr.-rd, wan found briil^jSjfifimird- oii-tl Icdny" in a ditch llifttl quartets ot a mile from f'llfij* place win-re she disappeared ''-at midnight Monclny. Her Ihro.it - lincl hern Flashed horribly and thcr; v.v; evidence ol n billcr struggle.. A clajs rlns wns mlsslns from irr hand. II. I,. \Vclls and R. L. Curlisle, i:ill«'iis aiding In Ihe tons .h'unt for (lit- mieslnc sliidenl. made the. [(-FOIIU- discovery. Wells and Cnrllslo traced falnL Iracks leadini: [rom where Mis.-, New fled from nn automobile nfter bn mn- Ing ancry wllh Harold Taylor, her. n.-wly found companion. Paralleling the Bill's foolprlnts, tliev said, were Hies; of n mon. With President Roosevelt (n attendance, funeral services for Henry T. Ralney, late speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives, were held today In the Ralncy country home, W»lnut Hill, near Carrollton, III., shown here. Down the shaded driveway, .the body was borne lo Its resting ptace In the Ralney'.family lot .In Carrollton cemetery. ' ' ' * . i- * . . • --. .j Berryyille Secures New Gravity Water System BERRYVILLE, Ark., Aug. 22 (U P)—Berryville hns a new gravity water system that, brings pure nountain water 'from Johnson Springs on Pension mountain. The abundant supply is more tlinn double the average daily consumption. home. fertile terriloiv for here af-) u Criii-, and hLs wife probably will forded any basis for support of n Hiis afternoon I program of genera] unrest sonic believed the Filipino to be agilat- In municipal court 1- Chicago Wheat OIKII high low clos.: Scp 10-1 1-2 105 1-4 103 5-8 101 1-R n?n 10(1 IDli 3-4 105 105 1-8 Chicago Corn Sep Dec 7(i 1-4 7u 1-2 hiqh 0 7-8 low TG . 78 70 1-2 73 1-3 w. i:. nirii:tio\n * co.'s AFTEISNOOX GRAIN LETTER CIIIOAC1O. AIP;. 22—Overnight developments al l-.ome and aboard were regarded higher prices an vance occinri-il; \vas unaole to IT on mi.sdemecmoi' chnrges of "blue sky" violations im1e5s more serious accusations are mndc. Crawford and Brown will likely fncc trial on pistol carrying charges. New York Cotton Roosevelt Sets Mark That Will Guarantee Farmers $203,991.600 NEW YORK, A\\s. 22 (UP) — Cotton closed barch- stc open high Oct Dec Jan i March j May I July iow 000 to te S|»nl in restoring ke and the bird refuge. the This 1333 13-16 1311 13S4 1370 1375 1333 isio 1348 I3G4 1370 1375 WASHINGTON. Aug. 22 <UP) as favonblr '-ij^ 110 povcrnment today guaranlecd i i model-lie id- lnnt roucn fanners would receive imt ihc?'market|s203,B91.COO this year if cslimatcs hold the Spols closed quiet 1315 1330 1.137 1348 1355 1363 IHIS 1337 1349 1303 1330. olf gain, notwitlisCnidinj the good pertorm- ance of slocks and ihc close wa'j fractionally lower. of a 9,195.000 bale crop are fulfilled. President government Roosevelt authoiized loans of 12 cents a Kansas City and Winnipeg show- 1 !»""<«• lh "-' ! Piolectlng tins years up ed an inclination to disregard tin us in Chicago and this was regarded as a factor in the failure of our early improvement lo hold. Good rains were reported in pans of Oklahoma and al one or two points in Kaiif.is. up- rro l' ^ ninst collapse and shutout, of mills by textile strikes. The guarantee was 2 ccnl.s above, last year's and about 1 to 1 1-2 cents below Ih? market price. Ki.-l year a 13,0^7.000 bale pro- duel ion wns proteclcd lo the cx- itent of SJ:!7.017.7f]0. f.. • v. - If the price falls the- government Stock 7'ricesUm take n,- n*s. NEW YORK. 22 (UP)— New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS. Aug. 2'2 (I Cotton closed steady. , open high low 1324 1324 1312 1338 1310 1326 1341 1341 1334 UM I3SG 1344 13SO 1359 1350 Oct Dec Jan March May July Spols close 1344 ir.o — 135CD steady :il 1313. oif announcement has been made by the United Stales Department at Agriculture following (he opening of the sealed bids nt Washington on Tuesday, Aug. 14. Although the Memphis firm has not yet been "ranted the contract, il is certain that it will be. Ihe government usually awards the contract to the low bidder. Tlrac will te 100 men. all from MlFsir.sippi comity, .used on the new job. working two crcv;t> each week. The minimum |»y will be •10 cents per hour for unskilled labor and $1 for skilled labor w:!h 30 hour week rchcdiilcs. Work will begin as soon ns the contract is formally awarded. W. n. Overtoil will be the resident engineer ap]K>iu(cd by th; Department of Agriculture." and S. J. Cohen will be engineer and local representative for the construction company. This company j lias dons much levee and other ork in this Th.e project includes construction of ditches, earth nils and embankments and timber spillways lo be completed within five months. Tills restoration program will cover approximately 7,000 acres in an aren 12 miles from Foulh to Evangelist Says He "Needed Rest and Had to Ge{ Away" William Green Miss Mew's lliroat illc wounds. unre two ADOARn ROORKVELT SPF.CIAI Eii Route lo CarrolHon - K (UPl-Prislilent Roose- d across Ihe. middle. \i'2sl (jlriiost un-nollccd today lo pay tribute for the nalion nt the bier of ''Henry T. Rnlney, clean nml speslcer of the House of Representatives. Accompanied- only by Marvin H. Mclntyre. thufwhlte House scrre- tiiry. and hi/ milltnry nud naval ;)ff*cs'., r thc enief esqcutlvc sllpr-cil - uicuv froiH Inst nloht aboard a Unlllmorc nml Ohio train for Ciurolllon, Til. nalncy's home, where fiincr.il se'r- vlres will be conducted ril 4 o'clock this afternoon.- Ths cause o( the somtier occasion was the funeral of a close friend, as well as political ally In the lesl of pllotlns! the Nev. llnoimh coirciTM. Mr. I c . T .-j veil dispensed with us ninny for- Sdpport to 1 e X t 1 1 eimalllirr, as possible\v; i W/ 11 > Dl As n result onlv handfull-i of Workers Walkout rlan , u .,,,, lc WCIC llt way5 id C 5 ution ! Ihe roiilir In marked con- WA?HINGTON. 'Aug. 22 (UP)— 'I'lic American Federation of Labor today endorsed the strike plans of the textile workers union whereby nOfl.OOu workers would waik out before September 1. Aflcr a lengthy conference witli officers of the United Tcxllle Workers. William Green, president of (lie ,A. F. of Ij. pledged the sup- (rort of Ids nntlonal labor or^anii'.a- lion in the strike program ami apiwintod committees to co-oix?r- atc witli textile leaden. Gn-en's .sliilcmenl was made afler n conference with Tiiomiis McMa- l:on. m'csidcnt of the textile workers. Frauds J. Gorman, chairman of the special strike committee . ond its four members. The con-' CiOLDSIiORO. N. C.. Amr. •» (U P)—Rev. T?. II. Askew. 2G-ycar-o:d Four Square evangelist, confessed to federal and state authorities to-Jay that his "kidnaping" wa» all a hoax, thai he himself wrote all .ransom notes sent, all tele- \ fcrecs. happy because of the "phv- grams and made all calls in the chological effect" over the newly Irast scenes of lltllc more Ihiin a wrck i>--n when the president moved tlnoiieh almost, the leirilory lo plaudits of Ihou- >ands. The nic-sldent will slay but hour In Cnrrollton. case because he "needed a rest and had to get away." In his cumession Askew told ; how he abandoned his automobile revised and liberalized cotton garment code, conferred almost two hours In Orccn's office. north and three its widest, point. miles wid,? nt. Wall slieot hnd a little "American Ixxmi" today when railroad shares pot Into aclion and led a general recovery thai scnl raock exchange rales above Ihc million mark. Gains ranged upward to five point. 1 ;. A. T. and T 113 1-^ Anaconda Coppir 13 Bethlehem Steel M .1-4 Chryslir 35 1-8 Cities Service 11-3 Coca Cola '.'.' 134 1-2 General American Tank 34 General Klcclric 197-8 licneral Motor.-; International Jtarvrner 28 3-8 Middlewrsi. Utllilies Montgomery Ward 25 New Ynrit Central 33 Packard ^ mill's" I'elroleiiin 17 lindio Corp 01-8 Simmons Beds 117-8 :-:i. Louis-San Francisco 1 7-fc ei.iudard of hT. J 45 Texas CO 24 1- i;. s. steel 35 U. S. Smelling 136 3- fransfer Personal Injury Case to Butter Circuit CARUTHERSVILLF:. MO. — An lutcmoblle collision which occurred last December, nc.ir Holl.uid s Ihe south part of this county on Hishway 01. is the basis of a suit iiivolvins S15.SI.1.70. which ha", been tiansforrcd from this counly lo Under county circuit court on change of venue. The petition states that Mr. rinci Mrs, George Cone and small dan r -;h- Icr. Palriria Ann. were driving noiih on Ihe highway in a prnc- W. K. RICHMON'It ,t CO.'S AI-TKRNOON COTTON 1 LKTMIK NEW OHLEANS, Aug. 22—Tile fixing of the cotton loan at 12c, proved lo be somewha'i illsnp-i iiiu lo Ihc bulls, and price:; worked lower from tl:e slavt. II?avy and almont. genernl rain^ in Okl.i- liomrr also Inlluenced sellin?. and Ihc mnrkct closed practically on the bottom, losses running froui 20 lo 25 points. The Commodity Credit corporation announced it was prep:ircil 10 make loans to producers of lie per pound on this year's ciojj, which in effect establishes n minimum price for cotton. - Only one station in Texas ic- ceived rain, but the prccipi',ilio:i was widespread in Oklahoma, with . It is planned lo keep the wa- IIT from four to ten feel deep mid Ihc ditches, embankments and n-.illways will prevent the water .nui refuse from fallinr; below foui Trel which will improve Iteninj places and afford belter refuge (01 Water In the lake. where he contended *u naitfign wnere ne comenoeci — •• previously that three men kidnaped | Looter Man him, traveled by train to Richmond. Va.. and then by motor car I to Washington, D. C., Knosvllle | and Nashville, Tenn From Blood Poisoning _____ ................ , COOTER, Mo.-E. W. McCann He appeared at Nashville Sat-jwas brought home from the Mem- urday and told officers he had phis Methodist hospital over the been held captive for three days -week-end. Memphis Makes Plans For Huge Cotton Show MFMPI1TS. Tenn. lUI 1 )—A n.i- tional cotton show during Ihe 1!)35 Cotlon Carnival on 11 scale never before attempted In the smith ftcms assured. The national cnllon show woti!<i be an additional cdncaiional and ommerdiil fenlurc to Ihe carnival and it is believed it should at- tmnt 175.000 visitors. Thn lavniiiii has no conception of the innumer.'.ble ihlncs that r-ollon Is u=rMl for declared Chnr- les K. Everett, official of the Nn- lional Textile Indu?try. and such an exhibit would be a fascinating eye-opener to him as well as of ercat commercial value to (he business. Dfcinr^iiranrc Unsolvrd llirtMINOHAM. Ala.. Aug. 22 (U Pi—Pollen today called nn . Boy Scouf. and cltlron volunteers to loin [licit- search for P.iye New, -' in. • dark-haired Howard Collet co-ed, whoso disappearance Mon- luv nlRht.' sllll Is unsolved. : Polle." continued vlnorous (iue.i- 110111117 of TInrold T.ivlor. JA. from who;; automobile Miss New fled -'• Into, a'.wild section of the eastern part of .Icffcr.-on county. Two airplanes from the municin- ,' al airport nlso joined tile search. , They cruised 'low over thj--iteo--"-.'- late scrtlou in which ', Miss Ne'V is tellcvi-rt loft, possibly rtcml or Injured. '• . Police niro nuestloned A. B. Cain, (i close frbnd of the ralssiiif: plrl, who raid he followed Taylor's car durlnR n par! of their . ride but. lost* the trail when Taylor drov.- away after parkin? -. M nilmites on a residential street. Taylor's account of Miss New's nlsapo'jarnncs withstood relentless mii'sllonlir; of police nil nl?ht. Miss Kew left her home ITon- riny nlshl lo ride downtown with i'. neighbor. Mrs. Homer Heaves. A tire iiiuiclnrcd on their mnchins and MI=s N-JW walked to a service station for aid. The pro-' orletor sent. Taylor back to aid her and the Uvo look the tin; to the station In Taylor's machiii?: , When (hey fulled to return. pc£ Ice said. Mrs. Reaves went to tho •tailon and found the tire unre- ' Iialrcd. She wns lold that Tjiv- : Icr mid Miss New hn:l gone for a ride. south: Mr. McCann was Injured In n car accident several weeks ago and ducks. following the cast barrow pit lo Ihe Highway 18 bridge, will be changed (o the lake proper tinlll il reaches the heis;lit. of the pro- twsfd spillways. Sportsmen are eagerly looking forward lo the completion 6f this project early iifst spring as Dig I-akc has. until recently, been known as an excellent place lor limiting and and hauled nil over Ihc In nn automobile. Askew sent ti letter demanding'blood poison set up from nn in- S25.000 ransom, he admitted, later fectlon. Mr. McCann sustained Ina telegram and finally a wire to'Juries that cccssltaled amputation Anselus Temple nt Los Angeles.of a leg find for -several day.s his threatening de.slruclioii of the tern- jcondillon was critical, pie unless Mrs. Aimee Scmplc Mc- Hiillon "jMlrt the ransom" ree Askew from his '•alxluct- the eastern part of slate lic.illv new sfdan. colliding: with: receiving the major iwrlion. Thun- anollier motor car Ix-inrj backed, dershowers were fnrocasl for Okl.i- out of a priv.'He driveway by ,1. l:oma and east Texas, and some moisture, for west Texns Is probable during (he nest few days. The weekly weather WAS bullish. Indicating rapid deterioration over (lie westers belt; fair progress in the central district and mostly favorable conditions in the Atlantic driveway O. Rankin As a rcsnll of Ihe collision. Cone's car was .oveilurncd inlo a ditch, and Patricia Ann. elshl monllis old. w.is thrown Inlo a ditch containing water. Through arllficla! respiration her life was orablc saved. | .stales. Doug and Mary Talk Over Their Troubles HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 22 <UP>Mary Pickford. screen star, said today that she had met secrellj with Douglas Fairbanks, her estranged husband, for n "humnn and understanding talk." "Yes. I saw Doug," the actress said, '-but futther llian that I can say nothing. .Whether I shall see him again Is In the laps of Ihe gods." Northwest Arkansas Mississippi, Arkansas .;• Seeking Truck Agreement LITTLE ROCK. Aug. 22 (UP) — Tcims for a proposed, reciproc.il eurccmcnt between .Arkansas anil Mc-sb.sippl for privately "owned motor vehicles were sent to Mississippi today by Earl R. Wiseman, commissioner of revenue In Ark.insng. Trucks and automobllss of one. i'liilc would fee allowed to operate on highways of the oilier without licenses from the neighboring state, the terms provided. Funeral Services Held iPemiscot County Cans For Miss Bessie Hillis Steek Guardsmen Back From Summer Camp STEELE, Mo— The Steele na-jduccd considerably by the dro'ugfit tonal guard company has return- but the oiiallly is very good. Winter Supply of Food CARUTHER8VTLLE, Mo. Aug. 20.-Frank Witts, gardening and canning supervisor for (his county, in a report for his superiors, an.... pounced that to date. 22.4D2 cans take Street Methodist church with of fruits and vegetables had been Hie Rev. W. J. LeRoy, uastor of|prepared in Pcmiscot County for FT » P L- " lc clnircli. officiating. Interment j Ike coming winter season. The rOr lOmaiO raCK! v -^ s made at Klmwoixt cemetery.]largest output, was in [his city. The Cobb Undcrtakin; company|Wlierc two complete canning; units Funeral services were held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for Miss TJcFsle Hillis, who died at a Little Rock hospital Monday night. The services were held at the FOHT SMITH, Ark.. Aug. 22 (U PI—Canning plants ore opening in all sections of northwest Arkansas for Ihe annual tomato run. Thn crop this year has been re- was in charge of funeral arrangements. Historic Old Mansion Metises Girls' Club ed from camp at Nevada. Mo. I Ruins the past week In most For the second straight year the sections will permit planting ot company attended the camp with' lall gardens and the late spinach full attendance. Capone Safe and Sound In Prison at Akatraz SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 22 (UP) —Al Capone. king of the prohibition era gangsters, entered Alcatraz prison today In company with 42 other federal prisoners classed as among the most dangerous con- run at most canning plants should lie heavy, observers say. ,_ vicls In th* United States. Tropical Disturbance Moving Off Porto Rico WASHINGTON. Aug. 22 (UP) — The weather bureau today warned of a tropical dlslurbar.ee of sllfhl Intensity central 10 Oto ISO mlle.i .-.oiitli of Porto Rico and moving westward about 12 miles per houV. FORT SMITH. Ark.. Aug. 22 III P)—The Fort Smith Girls club ii. permanently housed in the old! BooiKville mansion. The palatial house was tlu horn?, of the widow of General B. L. E. Tioonoville. thrice ronininndnir. have been in use for some tune. C.iruthersville gardeners have canned 0,010 Jans of produce for relief winter u;c. Other communities have had the fcllowin™ output: Braggadocio, •UG2; Hnytl 710: Cottonwood Point S04: Steele. 1.137: Stanley, 3,425: Holland 2.810: Cooler 2.270; and Wr.rdell S29. WEATHER AI1KANSAS -Partly to- of old Fort Smilh niwl dircovtTi-i-jnichi aiid TtnnVday' Showcis Tn of Ihe Oraml Cam-on 15 veai-s lx l -j K nh.il north portion, cooler to- fore the government • pithrnidersj n jn||t were sent out from Washington. VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass. (UP) —Edward P. Van Doom. 30, recently underwent an emergency appcnrllcllis operation. The maximum lemiirrature here yesterday w.is 78. minimum C4, cloudy with .09 of an Inch rainfall, .iccordiiiK lo Samuel F. Norrls, official weather observer.

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