The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1939 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 27, 1939
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BLYTHEVILLE VOLtME XXXVI—NO. 2M. Blythcvllle Courier Blylhovlllc Herald _THEDOMTNA«T NEWSPAPER OP NOHTHEA8T ABKAN8AS AN0 8OUTOEA8T mssol}m NEWS Blylheyllle Dally News ARKANSAS, MONDAY, NOVKM1WU 27, l«)»» SINGLE COPIES FIVE ClsNTS Nazi Export Blockade Opens After Chaotic Week End Upon Seas tici LONDON, Nov. 27. (UPJ-Kmf/Gcorge .signed au or tor a blockado on German exports today, climfixinp i ' 0118 SGa Wa ?' fil ' e rtml slo ™s Unt piled ,„ The king held a council in Buckingham palace to sign the order which goes inl6 effect wllh publication in lhe ofltetal gazelle tcuiur- row, empowering lhe British navy lo seize German-made goods from .liny neutral ship in relallalion for Germany.? unrestricted mine warfare. In the chaotic weekend at sea Great Britain was hardest hit but the Germans tost six ships—two lo Iheir own mines, Ihree to Britisl warships anc ! one to the storms. An authoritative source here sale that all the "parachute" mines dropped by German airplanes off the British coast had been of thc "magnetic" type and the war cfficc at Paris disclosed that French war planes had gone to Britain's alt: in the mine crisis. A British spokesman said the situation would be brought quickly under control and "you can be assured that the parachute magnetic mines won't be a menace much longer." The 22nd and latest weekend.sea casualty was the British freighter Rcyston Grange, 5,144 tons, sunk in the Atlantic by a U-boat, the crew of 3G was picked up and landed at a British port. Tlie losses reported today also included lhe German merchantman Borkum, whicli was captured by a British warship and then sunk by shells from a German submarine alter n British' prize crew had taken it into charge. This morning a 300-ton German trawler, .jicrthbouud,. struck a German mine off Denmark uiid sank in one minute at thc same place where a German mine layer struck one of its own mines and went down Saturday with a loss of 12 lives. Another victim today was the 8,857-ton Dutch liner Spaarndam, which struck a mine and sank in the Thames Estuary, outside Loiv- don. The ship which left New Orleans Sept. 22, carried a general cargo but no passengers. Two major disasters contributed to the weekend havoc—the .sinking of the British merchant cruiser Rawalpindi, 10,607 tons, with the loss cf all but 17 of ils crew of 300 and the sinking of the 16.000-ton Polish liner Pilsudski, with a loss of eight lives. Corkran Infant Is Found Dead In Bed Bonnie Jean Corkran, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. j. Corkran of neav Luxorn, was found dead in bed this morning when the mother went to awaken her Former Luxora M a y o i Broke Legs Trying To Crank Car LUXORA, Ark., Nov. 27.—Herbert A. Wise, several times mayor of Luxora and a leading citizen of this section, died at 11 o'ckck last night at Campbell's Clinic in Memphis of Injuries received Thursday morning when both legs were broken. He was 78. Tlie remains were returned here ihis afternoon and funeral rites will be held Thursday morning, ten o'clock, at Hie residence with the Rev. R. E. L. Beardcn Jr. bfficiatln- and burial will be made at Calhiun cemetery. Mr. when Wise was severely injured he was penned between bumpers of two cars alter his machine, which he was cranking after having left it in gear, lurched forward and caught his ' legs as It struck the rear bumper of another car. He was removed to Memphis immediately after the accident which occurred on a down town street. •• : •, ' 'Born In'Mr'unt Vefnon, Ul.,' Mr." Wise moved to Luxora 48 years ago where a year later he married Miss Alice Keesee. For many years he was a conlrac- or, having erected a number of residences and other buildings in liuxorn, and later was also in the iirniture business. Always interested in civic affairs, le served as may; r several different firms and had long been a member of thc town council, a position he held at thc time of his death. He is survived by one daughter, Miss Nora Wise, and one son Wlliam Wise, both cf L'uxora. National Funeral Home, of Meni>his, is In charge. me moiner went to awaken nor '"jr 1 -" "* lllc Jiuspnai wnere he first born child. She was six of dled thrce d! >i's later. age. Mrs. Gadeing's mother, Mrs. G. The baby had net been ill and the cause of determined. her death was not Burial was marie this afternoon at Sandy Ridge .cemetery, Hanna Funeral Home was in charge. New York Cotton NEW YORK, Nov. 27 (UP) — Cotton clcsed steady, open high Dec. ... Jan. ... Mar. ... May ... Jill ... Oct. 959 954 943 920 889 846 970 063 B50 927 895 851. low oclse 959 SOS 951 9G4n S43 920 Spots closed nominal up 7. 889 840 at 948 926 894 848 089. l\ew Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 27 (UP) —Cotton futures closed steady today with net gains of three to five points. open high low Dec Jan Jul Oct 970 903 054 929 301 856 976 959 930 905 8SG oclsc 970 976 969 958 936 905 953 929 900 855 Spots clcsed steady at 978, up 3. Livestock EAST ST. LOUIS, 111., Ncv 27 tUP)—Hogs: Top, 5.10 170-230 Ibs., 4.75-5.00 140-160 IDs., 4.75-535 Bulk sows, 4.25-1.75 Cattle:. nlcers, 7.75-10.00 Slaughter steers, 6.25-U.OO Mixed yearlings, heifers, 7.75-9.50 Slaughter heifers, 6.25-1100 Beef cows, 4.75-5.75 )r. Charles Gadeing Dies At Winona, Miss. Dr. Charles Gndcing of WIno:w, Miss., husband of the former Miss Helen Barnes of Blytheville, died t a. Red Wing, Minn., hospital "riday morning, it was learned lore today. He was 31. Taken 111 suddenly, he was re- to the hospital where lie S. Barnes, and her sister Bill Crihfield of Osceola, were spending Thanksgiving with their son and brother, James Barnes, at Western Military Academy, Alton, 111., when notified .of his illness and tiiey ic-ivc'iieu there before ho died. A graduate of University of Tu- laue, New Orleans, Dr. Gadeing and the former Miss Barnes were married while she was a student at Sophie Newcomb and lie was I studying medicine. Later he finish- j cd In osteopathy at a northern' school and had practiced at Winona for several years. He is also survived by two sons Charles Jr., age six nnd Don' age three; his mother, Mrs. Charles Gaeteing Sr. of Gcodhue, Miss,, and one sister. Funeral services were held Saturday at Goodhue, where he was reared. tlP'O ( !lPW^ "J-V' VJIO \\ O Rules (jutensohn's Vote Cannol Be Queslioiied In Second Suil LITTLE ROCK., Nov. 27. (UP) — Tlie stale supreme court tcday upheld validity or Ihe N'ybrrtr acl oi 1039 when It reversed and dismissed the case of H. E. Parrar and A. A Haynie against Revenue Commissioner Z. M. Mccnrroll seekln- to prevent collection of thc Ihrcc'per cent tax on beer and whiskey. Pnrrnr autl Haynie had w:n a favorable decision in the Pulnski county chancery court on Iheh- contention that Senator p,ml Ou- lensqhn hnd been Illegally scaled and that his vote, which cimulec the Nvber? act lo pass, should be disregarded. Tlie stale In appealing to lhe supreme court pleaded Ihal because egallty of Giilenhohn's election was lot mentioned In the suit of the 'Jalderera Brothers, which attacked lie same acl future suits along hat line must lie denied because he question had nol been raised before when it was pcssiblc lo do .so. Tlie decision was unanimous. Jus- ice Prank Smith wrote n concur•in« opinion In which he snid: "I concur in the judgment that Giitensohn was n do facto member of the senate although I dissent ran the reasoning bv which lhe majority reached that judgment." Qov. Bailov expressed satisfaction rith the sunreme court action. "I am glad lo know that revenue or. Important, stale agencies will lot be disturbed," he said at his > conference. In another nctlcn Die supreme court reversed and dismissed a rk- ramify circuit -coltrl decision n which J. c. Price of Pocahontas vas granted $20,000 Judgment <*atnsl the Missouri Pacific rntl- fid crmoanv- for nersonnl damages, 'he court said thnt "evidence l»«ds s to believe thnt the plaintiff's egligeiice was equal to or greater nan that of the •railroad." : Gets Five Year Prison Term George Aldridee, member of a •ell known Mississinni family who vert here at one lime, was sen- enrcd to five years in the federal enitetiary at Jonesboro loday •hen he entered a nlea of suilly o violation of the Dyer Act. Thc 29-year-old former convict art been serving a lerm in the ikiinsas stale '•" penitentiary but 'Vm Bureau Fctlcvnlion Head Praises Government's Long Range Pro- Demand Withdrawal Of Finnish Troops From Soviet Border MOSCOW, Nov. "27. aJP)_PtoTniid .mist withdraw - , . . _ troop* ,-om.tho Soviet frontier "„,. mid Hluclcul ' grain Federal agents investigated possibility of sabotage after an explosion aboard the 11,147-ton Panamanian oil tanker J. A. Mowlncke at her Bayonnc, N. J., pier, the Nole the 35 uy 60 fool hole torn h vessel's deck. SE I MM But Does Nol Specify Action To Be Taken Against •British r as paroled recently and turned ver to federal authorities. He was one of three men ar- cstcd at Osceola two years ago n a charge of transporting a tolen car from Michigan lo Aransas. Sheriff Hale Jackson nnd his ilef rtcnuty, John F. Reinmiller, ttccled the session of federal court Mrs. nt Jonesboro today, where they were witnesses in the case. Christmas Carols Through the Ages LONDON, Nov. 27. (UP) - A Japanese note, threatening unspecified cmmljor measures am! strongly protesting extension of lhe British blockade to German exports was delivered lit Hie foreign office this aflernoon by the Japanese ambassador. The counter measures, the im- .ure of which were not disclosed, were threatened, authoritative British ijimrlcrs said, in event lltat the British contraband control impedes Oermmi deliveries lo J.i pan. Japan's concern was due chiefly It was said to danger that German deliveries of machine lools ordered by Japan may nol be made. Stock Prices NEW YORK. Nov. 27. (UP) _ Stocks made an Irregular recovery today with volume small A - T. & T 1693 . 4 Anaconda Copper 31 5.5 Associated D. G. 814 Bern, stcet •;;;;.; 825 : 8 Boeing 25 1-2 Chrysler 55 Coca Cola j 2 2 1-2 Genera! Kiectric .......' 391-4 Caruthersville Man Named Census Officer CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Nov. 27.—Wendell Maycs of this city, 1ms been named by Congressman Or- villc Zimmerman as assistant census supervisor f:r the IBth Dlstticl, it was learned here yesterday. W. G. Wicker, formerly of Decrlng. in this county, but now of Kenn"tt was named as district supervisor. Younn Mnyes, who for the past two sessions rf the state legislature has held down the position ol chief reading clerk In tha house of representatives, slated the district olfice scf.-up hnd been tentatively scheduled for Cape Girardeau. After receiving instructions from the slale census direct'.r, Mayes and Wicker will hold schools of Instruction In the ten counties which comprise their district,'and will organize their field forces. All enumerators ami central office workers will be required t:. have endorsements of their county Democratic Central Committee, and Mr. Wicker sUlorl that only Democrats will be used in laking thc census. Willie Ashcvaft Was Killed At Lilbourn, Mo. Saturday Night COOTER, Mo., Nov. 27. — Willie Ashcraft. 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Ashcraft of Ijlboiirn, was burled this morning, He was Instantly killed Saturday niglit In nn automobile accident at a railroad intersection at Ulbourn when (lie cur in which he was riding cvcrlurncd. The accident occurred when a lire blew out as the machine was muk- Ing a turn lo go over Hie railroad at Liibourn, according lo Jamc:) , Tucker, driver of Ihe and cousin of ycung AshcrnU. The (lend youth's heart was crushed. Fmiernl services were held at Hie Lilbourn Methodist church with the nev. Herman Wagner, formerly pastor of the CXolcr Daplist church, offlclatlii?. and thc remains were brought here for burial nt Number Eight cemetery. Besides his parents, he is survived by five brothers. Jnnics, J. J., Leon. Amon nnd Ernest Ashcraft' and one sislcr. Mildred Grace Ashcraft. all of Lilbourn. The family lived at Co:lcr until fcvc-ral yc-iVa ago when they moved to Lilbouni, Among (hose «-ho ntlcnded the funeral were J. A. Ashcr.ift. an uncle. Mrs. Aslicrnft nii'l children. J. A. Jr., and Maureen: Mrs. Grace •Jones, a grandmother; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones and Mr. and Mrs. "V J:ncs. Hill Bros. Funeral Home of Lilbourn was In charge of itrrnni'c- nents. E ROOK, NCV. 37. HUP)~ A. O'Neill, president uf thc American Fnrni Uureau Fcdcrallon snld loduy (lint federal money spent hi the New Ueal's fnnn program has been n belter Investment Hum lumts spent on many other federal projects. Addressing (ho annual meeting of the Arkansas farm bureau he said Ihe government Jws heretofore ccncenlralcd on aiding Industry and labor wllh loo little tlioughl lo nit- rlciillure. "Tho money Ihiil Ima G < mo into liencnt paymcnls Ims proved to be brcml enst upon the waters for It has provided a marGln between profit and loss for millions of fann- ers." he .snld. "ft lias inalutnlncd fl fair volume of.buylnj! power In nirnl ureas and Ihe rural incus hnvc led the cities In business improvement." -He credited the department 61 !\(f- I'lcultnro with hnvliig mucle ix lonu riuific soil ccnserviillon prosrnm 1111 Inslrument o( imLlannl policy. Caruthersville Has Only Bus Service OAEUTIIBlisVILLli, Mo., Nov. 27.— Frisco Iraln sorvlc'o batwceii CarulhcrsvlllD and Hnytl ended today, and bus passenger service was Inaugurated between the Uyo towns. .The Krl.ico sometime ago had ended Ihe.passciiBcr .service from Hayll k- Cnruthersvllle with (he exception of comiectlng "moose motor-car" service, but that wius ended today The bus will leave thc passenger will tlu'ow hem today in buck," Hiisswii workers mid sltidculs declared today in tiiKins ndoptcd at mass meetings demanding stern -.-!""JJli^LZiJ. 10 p 'nnish niiliUvists." b Offer To Appear Before Dies Committee Likely lo Be Accepted WASHINGTON, Nov. 27— mpl_ Airs. Franklin D. Eooscvclt loday S"" 1 !" 1 " rtmel offered to appear before Ilia ui c , RllMln " lroo )«. "We am retidy to btilke three decisive blows for each pipvocalive blow of (lie Finnish war nion'g- 011,' said a typical resolution adopted by n mass meeting at Len- 1 lugrad. < , "The clowns managing the fnte of the Finnish pcopla must be reminded of the sad lot or the 111 jhtancd former rulcis of Poland," | Throughout, Moscow the scene was icmlnlscont of the dtiys before the Hiissian occupation of eastern Polnnil us people lined up at ncm stands and around broadcasting loud speakers to get the now* arising from charges that Finnish nrtlllciy hnd fired on >)«. r week end the Soviets two steps toward bilng r '" vvoMiy tUili:t'lUinK alleged Ccmnumlsl control of the - Amerlmn Youth Congress and " 8 to " hM(1 tlvo1 '" demands for s Clialimai) Martin Dies (Dcih., Tex) , llnval '• M.V.U \I_TLIJI,, .1 V.I } said that she probably would, bo Blven an opportunity lo bo hc'nrd. Hi at his home, Dies was asked lo comment on Mr.s. llo:sove!t'« of«' lo testify and her charge, that M* hnd never ti.sked her for comment on Klntcmcnls by commlllec wltjic.u'c.1 about her nitd yqUlh "TOims in W hlch she is interested. The Texan, wluso comniltlee nc- tlvllles ImVB been denounced on two occasions by President vclt, said thai he would lake Mr.s Roosevelt's offer "under ndmlsc- menl." Carl Kenley Cleared ', Of Assault Charge Tho h ihe buses will carry passengers mall aiul express, F. II. Hlomeyer, Frisco agent here, staled. Tlie first trip will be made «t I '00 ...... u.,.-> «,ii iravu me passenger 2(1.—Release of 12coo flnnm-H,,,, ),„ ,. main 1 no niu»i>ni>r>r imine ni ii,,.,it ....i,!-.'. , ,, I^UILJ, \\cji Known icsldent of the Holland, Mo vicinity. Kcnlcy; wllh Lee Clalcwcod nnd Losllo Snnforcl, nk-o residents of lhe south parl of the county, were charged with having commllled lhe on Finnish territory. Tho first v,™ a bltler attack lii";the oillcial Comiiuinlit party nowspi- pcr on Finnish government Icad- cis The second \\KR a formnl chaig'e that rlnnlsli nrlillery had fired on Russian foiccs on tho frontier klll- Ing /our nnd hounding nine. , ("Hie Finns officially denied the clmiee they ordered the 300,000 • lolclleis to keep culm in the face of nny provocation A heavy snow full along the Karelian frontier helped them. Ahe area there Is not dlUlcult lo defend and the snow piobably vould Impede any Russian nttnck.) Mayor Endorses" Sale Of Christmas Seals . y NFayor Marion Williams today nsked support of the Christmas senl inlo to aW the fight against tuberculosis, His proclamation follows: "Tho approach of the holiday season once .again ; -brings Hie simple, dlicct appeal of Christmas ft i in. ( lo connect wStli t IIP i -if) u i ~ -••- norlhlHiind train at Ifnyti The Lconn Thorn »vu T"II° M °f" r ° "' Ul KLah *** " lc ^'li'ims *" r Blythevl'l'ic! next trip will be from liere at 4:30 Warden eni-lV 'lUnminv, 1L,.,','. CI>r , " To , !>rotcct "<""« from iun., I 0 connect wllh the 500 Oct 0 h as lhe 11 ee m, wf' U "f^ cnl , L5C " ^'"o^^d ...,„„„ o'clock southbound train, thc third lakhJ he air ftZ * „ T, ° I'*"""" 051 * "•' '"<= "ever-ending trip .vlll be from here nt 0:30 n.m. cTrulhorsvllle A, e lean J * Ct , V ° ° f tllB ollrislm *' Seal to connect with thc daytime north- FnI, At e mo m , n , I,™H """iw'gn. In the final analysis, b:nnd train at 10:00, and the foil Hi | he c last month llTn n,r „ ,, l! °1 K ls B co '" lnl '»"y of.hcmes and irip will be fro,,, here «t 2:30 p.m., »m, a I m e inl mac b, I ri,H1" 'i""" ,"? " 10rC V ' tal thnn t!lc lo connect with the 3:00 o'clock :'• e1 It WI », not to rrnT ci • bul clnlm -I »'™a s hi(r vigilance and protection Memphis-bound nllcrnoon Irain. Trlnls of On ewn-^i m,,. « „, , ! ° f UlCSD lwmM ' Alter each connection at Hayll, the are slalcd for lir-nHntr ntl>r i i Mayor of Blyllicvlllo, it gives bus will return here with Incoming the present Novem~br.r l*TV f J," B ',"? , grel>t P' easlllfl ind a sense of passengers, mall and express. cult Cnurl ""'•' "•"" OI oir - nikllling cfflclal duty to endorse 1 oc " rl " whole-heartedly the purchase of Christmas Seals as a method of raising funds for the fight against luberculosis. As Mayor and as a private citizen I hope that all oiir citizens will buy as many seals, as Fuiieral of Leader Occasion For Negro Club's Oulbnrsl Of Rliylhm IIY i.ouis Onllcd l'r. B -sl,ff"^^»«. n t! ^r to .HH.rttatv^' A -fnew kin? w's Trowel 'Tn I SJoTuC €," 3" ' V™°"' rhythm-rocked south i-_am'pnr"t jone° hlc'St-a" mino^ stamp'te for lhe doors when Hi began lo creak and sag, Hundreds swnrmcd about the shiny black stralghl-cight hearse while thc funeral service was going on but (he undertaker warned Iheni lo keep Ihclr distance. , possible nnd thnt every greeting cord nnd gift package going forth fr;m our community will carry this jj*iu VMI cwiuiiuinuy win carry tnis the greater Ml. Zlon Bapllst decoration, atlcsling that Blytheville enerate the earthly glory his predecessor received yesterday. Ttic new president of lhe Zulu Aid and Pleasure club was Charlie •'ishcr. Ifis last duties as vlce- iresidcnt of the Zulus had' been upervise thc biggest funeral Is doing Its psrt In a great drive. "Signed, "W. fUnrlon Williams, "Mayor." Caruthcrsville's New General Motors , 54 Int. Harvester '.'.'.' 53 Mont. Ward \\ 54 3-4 N. Y. Central . 187-3 Packard •> •> A WE. THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE "We three kings of Orient arc; Bearing gifts we traverse Field and fountain, and mountain, Following yonder slur Illness Fatal To ; Three Year Old Boy Bonnie Lee Britton, thrce-ycar- old To Interview Marine Applicants Dec. 7 Postmaster Herman Cross announce! this m?rnlnjr Hint Ser- jeant Carl P. Hnyncs, U. S. Marine "orps. attached to the southern ccniltlnd onlcc nt Little Hock, would be at Ihe local nostofflcc , roni 8:00 a. in. lo 0:00 p. m.. Dec. 17, for the purpose of interviewing fnplleants for enlistment in the United Slates Marine corps. No other dclails were Igven In n notice from U. A. Ifollartny, Cnp- taln U. s, Marine Corps (rellrcd). Library About Ready -in iu seep incir disiaiice. ' CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Nov. r »i« n fi" M"" r""; """; 'Somebody might scratch their 20.—The Caruthersville public Uh M r P. ,"" a " nllle on thc "'"<*•" hc explained. • brary will begin preliminary steps mv ,T y n 1!> Delusive Tlie botly wns removed after the «»Hy next vvccfc toward moving into n „ « "~ , ' scrvlCD whlle Scxlo » D(; » Wagner t»c new $30,uuu public library hulld- io\cr, 47, nrcnnbTCr in(! in)]/^/i n lrt />i...^i. i.-,i , A,.. . . ^ in^ »-hr^n ,,,in v,« ~ » *_ *,-_ ni r . r ». ' A, cf the Aid , ch " rc " Pleasure cession reformed. Pro- Ing, which will be opened to the "•'-"- L.CC Hritton, three-year- "• "• ni"i»"-- >-wiii viun.™ son of Mr. and Mr.s. C. E. j rccni " 1 »B officer, Mr. Cross said. died Saturday night nt ' at Dei). The i WKATHFR .-- --- - — -— - v.v..-»-i»u«i iuiuiiuuii, t*.«winj. nwuii tuc' first of tlic ycflr' years. Metorer dl«! ffalfway to Mt. Zlon ccmcterv Two new members have been added the threshold of his the hearse and several automobiles t: thc ^ at! : Mug Miss Janice Dun- h,,ivTh;,,,7T,i. ^'^T^'J, ."'?' ld nilccl wfth top-halted Zulus had, lrant nn <l Bobby stroud Miss Dunl- mue been king of Ihe Zulus' 1S40 to speed away from the tand The ! ™ nt "s *• NYA assistant, while Mr. ranrai orns parade. [cemetery closed at 5 p. m nnd' Stroud has been secured to teller ir l!,. , v/ns n gc sllccnss "ic Zulus were afraid It wouldn't I ncw nntl rebound books for cata- -uv if Charlie had been allowed lo be kept open even for Mcloyer I '°. |n B A total of 1,803 rebound ave his way, a would have gone With the hearse disappeared '(he nntl "Paired b oks have been placed Hoivn as a super-spectacle. Met- mourners' sadness Thc band stop- on thc shea's during the past overs sister put her foot down en peel for its players to Wow the S 61 ""-^" Donald V Magee is libra- plans for four or five swing bands, moisture out of thc brass Iiislni- rinn marchers — '•- throwing coconnuts end sold that Mctoyer must be. put away quietly. He was put away quietly, Uut It mcnts. "Yeah, man, let's have some music now.'" The 5,000 spectators yc!!cd. The drummer rolled a mean marchers went trucking oil in the opposite direction. The 10-piccc Tulanc Aid and Pleasure club band sort of felt . . mea *"?"*»'* " two. Little Kid Howard raised his trumpet to the darkening sky nnd the hot strains of Mississippi Man's Car Strikes Farmer R. Banks, 37-year-old farmer, l"g sky nnd the hot strains of '*• .""nks, 37-year-old farmer, "when the saints come marching received liberations about the In 1 ' U'AIV* u-QTlo^ Inn-nvrl it.« >I« faCO attd llPrk U'hmi hd Wnc cfru^V In" were wafted toward the de- ' £A o-t Socony Vacuum 127-8 Standard of N.J 45 1-2 Texas Corp • " 45 3.4 U. S. Steel 67 1-2 Funeral services were held loday j Arkansas — Fnlr and conllnucd at lhe residence and burial made, cold, temperature near freezing to-1 41. -J al Sari[i y R1(I S C cemetery. i night; Tuesday fair, not quite so three wise Th!s fam ji y moved here a month; cold in west and ccnlral portlons. % T"H H^VW"D " J "',' Amenc ?"' "Eo 'ram Newpori. Besides lhe par- : Memphis and vicinity—Ftair and J.H. Hopkins,_ Pennsylvania mm- cnts, the child Is survived by eight not qulle so cold tonight, low- aboul brthers and sisters, Mary Jewel, esl temperature 34 lo 38 ;Tucsdny ' Ruby Mae, Dclllc Josephine, San- fair and warmer. j i^* T"*^*,^ : !, 0 , rd ^, J ^",','. nMnc1 ' "Buddy" and The maxlmiim tempernturc here ing L/a)'S iW.^C^BrlUon.^^ ^ yesterday was 48, minimum 35, " " ln cloudy, According lo Samuel P, Norrls, oiflclal weather observer. I ni i .... J ' werc watted toward the <Ie" tn » s l )1 ' cr <= l «'ith a rcndl- parting hearse. That was Metayer's In the " . l of In the sweet bye and bye" just before the funeral. With kl<l . favorite tune a rid face and neck when he was struck by a car Saturday night as he was crossing .Highway 61, four miles south Of Blytheville. The car was driven by Lester . , .r . ,, • u " opl>crs Ban — a torrid and The car was driven bi 7uln-' ,m".n u 'i'r ,1 • trucking swlngy tunc-nnd the street were [Davis of Greenville, Miss. Howard U?JJ Sn !-<*'<lMicc.lnUcd from curb lo curb with The accident occurred PS Mr. Howard _plngcd a wavering high shouting, finger-shaking, trucking t Hanks «as crossing the highway BtlH fihflPCril^tr lYtritrtmrv f trt IT^f^ MA or r.that-ttf ptn^A . t» t« note and thc band started playing from Ihe hymn books. Tlie body was brought out nnd the hearse followed the band snd i Hanna Funeral Home Zulus alcng n, circuitous route around the Zulu clvb. ani shagging ito the New Liberty store, it is •iA •J'>*'BE*li& Jilt Ul lltl 5. * **J 1 Par away In Hie distance, a 'said. small-sized funeral headed toward He was taken to the Walls hcs'- - , pltfll ln Rtl tears of South Rampart is resting very well where- hj Mlddleton

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