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BLYTHEmLE COURIER NEWS THt DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND'fiOTl mr. R n i^!^. ^ 1 -"-^. * T K_> VOL. XXXIII—NO. 21!) Blytheville Courier Blytheville Herald 'Blytheville Dally News Mississippi Vnlley Lender NOBT|gA8T ARKANSAS AND'sOUrHHASr MISSOURI BLYTHBV1LLI5. ARKANSAS, MONDAY, NOVBMHIJK 30, 103G SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS 500,000 WELCOME F. R. AT BUENOS AIRES Mussolini Masses Naval flight in Spanish Crisis STnNfl BESIDE Declares Readiness to Fight Any Nation Attacking England PARIS, Nov. 30 (UP) — Franco has decided 'to align herself solidly wlih Great Britain against any war aggressor ana to back her decision with a $700,000,000 naval building program, it was learned today. The government; adopting the .new. 'British policy of "preventive warning" to nations that might bo tempted .: to strife, authorized Foielen Minister Yvon Delbos to announce in the chamber of deputies Friday that any aggression against'- Britain would cause immediate mobilization of the whole of Fiances land, air, and naval strength. The same guarantee will apply to .Belgium: Fiances declaration is to be backed up it was learned, bv the intioduction in parliament of n supplemental $700000000 naw program on top of the gigantic defense expenditures ahead} envisaged. It was a day for declarations of stiength in Moscow Russia announced that Its total of air loico planes had reached 7,000 At Gos- lai. in German}, Hermann Goer- mg Germans s air minister, announced that Germany was no " longei so "weak" as she was In loieign Mmlstei Delbos' statement that Prance -nil! regard n threat to Bntain as a threat to her completes a senes of declaia- tions which again align Fiance Belgium and Bntain as they were aligned In August, I9H Anthony Eden British foreign secretary, •aild last week, that Britain would old Belgium in event of an attaci and Paul Van Zeeland, Belgian piemler and foieign minister announced in turn that despite her neutrality program— or because of it— Belgium would resist anj nation which ciossed her fiontier New York Cotton NEW YORK Nov 30 (UP)— Cotton closed steady open his;h 1200 1202 H85 nsi . -1169 . 1158 nee Jan Mar May July Oct 1124 1190 1185 ,1190 1158 1125 low clos? 1196 . 1200 1182 1186 1177 lli(3 1163 -1168 1151 1155 1116 1117 General Franco declares an embargo on lojallst Spanish ports fi announces Its Intention to ies,!st the embargo Italy recognizes Fran ing international cauldron Again the unknown stiength of Italys rope This formidable concentration of na\al vessels at Naples >>Ke If .the Spanish situ real Britain rushes a submarine squadron Into Hie Medllcrinncnu anil co as the ruler of Spain Again the Memteurmcan bcc«mei n secth- mnshroomlng fleet becomes an ImpoiLanL factor In the peace of ms an inkling of the big part Dictate, Mussolini's sea povior will nlav ation reaches a crisis Spots closed steady at 1243, up 7. New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 30 (UP) Cotton closed irregular, 8 points higher to 2 point;; lower with December showing the largest gain, 8 points, at 1198 and March up 6 points at 1178. open hi'jli low clos? 1193 1199 1193 IIQR sura LEEK Bailey Names Campaign Mdnagei Utilities Commission Chief LITTLE ROCK, Ark —Thomas FiUhugh of Augusta, who managed Call E Bailey's successful campiign for governor, will succeed P A Lasles as chairman of the Arkansas Utilities commission, it was announced here last night bv the governos-elect Ballej also levealed the names of seven others who will occupy imporlant posls in his 1 administration. D L Ford, former mas or of Fort Smith, will succeed Earl R Wiseman,' as levenue commlssiort- er . „, . Ed I McKmlej, Little" Rock, reappointed state commissioner' cf labor. Ons Wright, Paragould purchasing agent, succeeding F A Victor Grover S Jernlgan, Little Rock, bank commissions, replacing Marton Wesson failoam Springs ' M J Harrison, Little Rock, insurance commissioner, succeeding K A Gentry of Hope J O Goff of Newport, comptroller replacing Roy W Spence, Osceola Goff at present is icfund- mg supervisor. Z M McCaiToll, Walnut Ridge, membu of the Aikansas Corporation Commission. Previously ''Bailey/ had annonced apnoiQlment of John P Wells, city "diior of Tlie Arkansas Gazette, ns his secretary, C T Ryan, Noith Little Rotk, asslslant sec- letarj, and HendrK Alpin, El Dor.ndo chairman of the highway commission. Seek Freckled Negro for Three Holdups FORREST CITY, Nov. 30 (UP) —A freckled, ginger cake colored negro, described as a "dangerous chaiacier" vvas sought by officers of st FiancLs, Lee and Phillips counties today for three holdups and.an automobile theft. The negro, known only to of- ficeis here as Jenkins, was, being sought for. holding i:p Sam West, negro taxi drivei here earlj todaj, taking Ins 1934 model Chevrolet sedan and driving south, near'Marianna, where he robbed a suburban stoic of $60 He also was 'wanted here for holding up two suburb™ stores last Friday night. Jenkins recentlj escaped from the Lee county jail where he was held as a murder suspect; Burglais Open Small Safe and Make Escape With Contents 5,000 Needy Gills Will Be Enrolled; Aikansas to Have Camps WASHINGTON, Nov 30 (UP) — The establishment of fifty feminine CCC camps lo provide jobs and vocational training for 5,000 needy girlg has b;en approved us a regular part of the governments woik relief program, officials said today Immediate plans call for setting up ivoik centeis under the Works Progress Administration in Rhode P J . fsland, Arkansas Florida Oklaho- riesi aent ma, Missouri South Dakota and Tennessee^ Ijjreclor Richard R Brown said sites aheady had beeen "selscted,, in most Instttivei, in abandonee Dec. Jan. Mar. May July OCt, i!82b 1182 1182 1170 1170 1154 1154 1122 1122 1175 1161 1148 1114 1181b 1178 1164 11511] 1114 Spols closed steady at 1228, up 5 Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK. Nov. 30 (UP) — Selective buying .and selling brought irregularity into the stock market today. Trading volume lightened although the total -was sufficient to ' bring* .the month's transactions to 50,000,000 shares the largest for any month since March. A T and T . . 188 American Water Works 25 5- Anaconda Copper . . . 49 1-4 Bethlehem Steel . 72 1-4 Chrysler . . . 124 7-8 Cities Service . 3 3-4 Coca Cola . 128 General American Tank 10 1-4 General Electric 5L S-3 General Motors 691-8 International . Harvester McKesson-Robbins ..... Montgomery Ward .. . Now York Central ..... Packard Albert J. Fowler Dies at Home of His Brother Albert J. Fowler, 46, died nt 10:3~i o'clock last night at ; the home of his brother, Clyde Fowler, at 118 West Rose-street. Funeral services were held this afternoon at Cobb chapel with' the Rev. H. Lynn w-jd- ofllciatin". Interment was made at Elmwood other quarters WPA can free of charge The government ilso is inter viewing enrollees for the camps now, paying special attention to those who give promise of profiting bs the experience of camp life and who will be able to carry some of the benefits back Into their com Russell K Marrs Pur s Oil sen, nixlnl t> lives" ce station at Main and Fifth sts, Tne P u rpos» of these camps ' was burglarized last nl = ht, about Bro ^» explained, 'is lo give to >75 In cash and $125 in checks b2- ' oun g women who have been hailing removed from a small safe in ^'(""PIWl bs. pov ei U. and unemploy- *e station '"""' - ~—' --'•-• '-' Tn another burglary ths J. .w. Moore grocery : store on .East-Main street .was 'entered and'a miscellaneous assortment of articles re- noved. The burglars who entered the service • station : worked the safe combination or else It was riot'sa- curely closed and locked when the station was- closed last night, according to Marr, station manager Entrance to the station was gained by forcing open a rest room wln- dowand gaining access to the station's office through an Inside door. The burglary was discovered by V. E. Tomlinson, merchants' patrolman, and the time Was fixed between-midnight and two o'clock this morning. o^r b =^"^I '$«* 5?5 /fc-tra csmelery, Mr. Fowler, who had lived in this section for some time, is survived by two sons, Harold and Ralph, his mother, Mrs. A. B. Fowler, a sister, Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, and five brothers, Fred, L. I, and Clyde of this city, H. M. Fowler of Halls. Tenn., and A. B ' Fowler of Dyersburg, Tenn. Mr. Fowler's death was'attribut- ed to pneumonia 100 13 5-8 67 1-4 44 1-4 II 5-8 I •. , • •• ---v —j- jj— i *•+ *ji . n.ii\j .UilCUI^Jluy- ment a new outlook through work education and healthful outdoor Jiving m an environment which will stimulate thejr qualities of cooperation and leadership.' Greeted in London by Ernest Simpson Recluse Saved $37,000. Died as Destitute Man NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (UP) — Police searched the room of peter Johnson,, a recluse, after he died and found ' bankbooks recording deposits of $36,000, although friends generally believed him in deslltule clrcumstances.- Sevcral weeks later police return- Phillips Petroleum''.'/.', 451-2 ^-'o the room on a "hunch," open, Radio Corp .. , , ,ed an old trunk and found an'ad- St. Louis-San Francisco 2 |< mi ? na l *>.«0 In cash, wrapped in Simmons Bed 45 i 4 a 5 "'P of brown paper A nl(vm n " ri nonh.-.. | n g^-cden Standard of N J ....:. 657-8 Texas Corp 491-2 Studebaker u will Inherit the estate Kcd Lanterns Dance Away PASADENA, Cal. (UP)—The police department has notified the public that if it sees a rod lantern - •- street to slop. However,Tf Chicago Wheat open higli low rios<* "• wic on^ci. iu &iop. However If Deo, 1193-4 120 7-8 119 3-4 120 1-8 lhc lantern is moving, they 'are May 1181-8 1183-4 1173-4 in i-a inslructed to call the police The —: : _; . ! reason Is small boys Chicago Corn open , high low close Dec. 105. '- 105 3-4 105 105 1-8 who - are Cily ' s tlang " .The . Wrd.is the swift- May,.!M 1-4 101 ,00 1-8 100 1,8 «*& aH birds*.(£^^! Giving new import to often denied rumors that they,were entangled in a new romance, Mrs Jacques A.L. Raffray (above) o£ N ew York, was met by Ernest Simpson, divorced • husband ot Mrs. Wall's Simpson,.when she arrived at London,. She and to avoid,beipg photographed. Negroes Bound Over for Theft of a Cow Robert Wil«on and Willie Hnt- ehins, nsgroes, accused of the theft of a cow, were tjund over to await action of the spring grand jury by Municipal Judge Dojle Henderson tins morn in f Grant Hardeman was fined five dollars on a traffic violation charge Trial of E. L. Bennett on a charge of reckless driving was continued until Dec. 3. John p. Jones was assessed a fine of $25 for gas tax evasion bul ths fins was .suspended. Public drunkenness cases were disposed of as follows: Horace Butler, forfeit;" Jesse Gil- Ham, forfeit; Walter Nelson, forfeit; Mose Brown, fined $10; George Jones, fined $10; Fred Edwards fined $10; Hustin Loflin, fined $10; R. G. Dunn, forfeit; Odis Nail, dismissed; Virgie Buckncr, acquitted; Randolph Jacks, fined $10- E H. Stokes, fined $10; j. p. pea- ton, forfeit; Charlie Wells, no'ac- tion.. 350 Hunting Licenses Sold at Local Office objectives: and had not with a passenger train. ^ a " game in meinp. 'Dead were Mr. and Mrs. Dan r «turned when the Fairchild and their 10-year-old A car of MemphbTmoiv;... daughter of Qultman, Miss., and covered the fire and drove to two unidentified negroes, ••> city hall to notify'firemen. 1'iavelci Repoils Seeking 5,000 Gciinan Solclicis at Seville OIDUALrAR, NOV 30. (UP)—A avelei who came fiom ScUllo lo- nv assailed tlmt 6,000 Gcimniis «r- Ivcd tlicie Saturdav. vvcnilng panish nisclst shlils with khaki louseis nnd cctinnn uriny boots He said aLso that aermnn nnll- ilrcraft guns ware using mountwl it Seville Othci poisons arriving from nn- lloimllst Icnitoij asseilcd (hat Ihej saw 30 battalion of llghl tanks Jioceertlng lo the Malaga front at Company Sues Former Head for $3,000,000 - ;>v Hsi.msi. me government hoops CHICAGO. Nov 10 (UP)— Utili- ll " m ttl ""J U"ie since the slese I =' ^ capital started, heavily 5 l,cll- nn < 1 $400000 OCX) IntcrnifUonnl giant, toilas filed suit lor .company, uilllt, of that amount of Claik Is a dtrcctoi of the com- Be Ready foi ment in 1941 r\ | 11.11 Ueclaies Hell Reliie- e w e "able foi service of the prison sentence, although freed temporarll} pending, the outcome FULLS 10 BEJmi T taken fixed shape in President Roosevelt's mind are definitely set at rest In a;i authoritative article on tlie Presidents plans and purposes writlen bv Oeoige Creel for a forthcoming Issue of Colliers He quoles Mr Roosevelt himself as saying: von January 21, 1941, when a new President takes over, !• will'be in Hyde Park having the time of mj life ' Cieel who worked side by side with Mr Roosevelt when both were members of Wob'drow Wilson's official family, U Ice* before has been privileged to announce the" policies which would delerinlnc Ihe present Administration's plans..; On March 3, 1933, he set fort 'icxaclly the broad outlines of the original Ne« Deal laws, nnd In September, he foretold the laws enacted during the past session of congress. 1 In the present article Creel has had the opportunity to state Ihe Plans and purposes which animate the President as he faces his second term, particularly regarding the Supreme Court, future social n , n , H i, , .legislation undistributed pS, Ml ^,*rt "'TK"' and possible corrective amend- - Satur<1a y "i** 1 *' ments to measures passed during 'he last term He also tells of the President's own reaction lo the bitter criticism of his famous "master" speech of the recent campaign, In which he felt tlint his phrase "these forces met their master" was "nfalrlj twisted lo imply a threat '!? Ver ., bocl> Thc " lcdd <''*t oc of dictatorship. y Cllrr< * 1 °» «w Otto Koehlcr fan *-i-. _-......_ tl 111 lift nnriK »f n«ll HomUvrdmcii' Continues MADRID, Nov 30 (UP)—The Insurgent forces, moie on the defcns- ' the government hoops MFMPI1IS, Nov 30 (UPJ-Qov Vlf W. Landon had a lot lo say "bout, fishing but nothing about iclltlcs when ho changed trains. >eu> today en ionic to I'loilda on < /kiting hip Aie jou going to rnlch nnv Nsh, govcinoi?" someone spoke 1 I've got n lot more chnnco than 1 hud In the last campaign,' Govi'inoi Landon snid vvllh 'u .ilendlv smile What about this pinco we'ie •OIIIB llshlng " 11,0 defeated Rc- iiined" 1 ! I " CSI , (lt "', tlnl candidate Ille, Okla, oil executive, who Is ''"Jinn host on the I rip it la ncai Montlc<.llo, Fin" 'hllllps said •How much did you say >oti r!f"ila' - hci - hc -° ""«' J«»' ™T' i* Went (toui nvc "«i'i<-s d the city tains 1 he bombardment of the Resales and Moncloi dlstilcls was cspeclnl- 1> Inleiiic The iiimbllng O r C nn- non echoed throughout the citi Shrapnel shells corUi be seen exploding In iho air - •- --- ..vim n>|; IIHJHU5 ,'., P 11 ?., ""'I, »f»w I not my iish "•"I. the oil mnn answered •nlph Hill, Memphis business 'I' and one of seveinl local Ho- pnbllcnn leatleis welcoming ,|| ve BMcinoi, reminded him ho was In ' Democratic lUougliolrt' Tell me vvheie thoie Lsn't one 11 ,Jou?' Oovcinoi Lniuloi! Appeal Notice Filed in Behalf .of Peachcr JONESBORO~Ark -While no- lice of appeal was filed heie Saturday in behalf of Paul D Peaeher, Enrle city marshal, convicted last \vcck of subjecting seven nigrocs to shnory, his attorney reiterated that they v,ould not contest the \erdlct If Peachcr found it, posiible to raise the money to pay the $3,500 fine im. W, b >' ^derql judge John, E attlnea^u ^ , ' ' Marlliieaii also icntcncod Peaoli- er lo two yean Impilsonmfcnl but said that lu> would place, him on piobntlon If he pitii tlie fine Peachcr, now at liberty under $4 000 bond, is S ftid lo be attempting to raise the fine money If he takes nn appeal he will be he would be under :boml Rites Held Sunday foi Victim of Accident on Farm Near Dell Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon for William Thomas Delbrldge, 21, who was crushed (o death by a tractor on a farm near _ Delbridge • was walking —.mi, of a tractor with soibean harvester attached. lie was carrying a light (o guide the tractor driver across the field. He slum- bled and fell and before the trnc tor could be. stopped it (r his bodj The accident a mile north of Dell. Besides'his mother, Mrs. Tom ass, young .Delbrldee Is .survived > ^thrcc brothers, Uilson Hoover and Creel slates that the Presidents hope "is Ihe establishment of a new- social order that will retain every Value of the old but at the same Hme will talc courageous cognizance of vast changes and the imperative needs evolved by these changes" The President 'holds to his faith* In NRA fundamentals' Creel sass and adds that "the abo- '","i™*'.T " >(xs ncm > ra "< !r <«>y and "tlonof child labor and sweatshops "'"™ cnt •*•*"•* "'»*»« "I \iapls together with establishment of' S^ C CCme « tcr> T^ Cobb Funeral standards for minimum wages and "°",!L*-*-- '" clmgc of flmeral <>P Helen shancyfelt, nnd two 'half sisters, Mrs. Etta McCrory and ofTiclal «' and M« = cc stOTa " --- .......... — •• T,.. O —> ...,M hours are still Roosevelt - Chickasawba "Hie house at 531 West Chlcka- sawba occupied by ihe Jack Wil- Approximately 350 hunting licens- rj« n es have been issued at the office flames Destroy House of the circuit court clerk for the ' Chtckasawba district of Mississippi county, it was announced today by Addison Smith, chief deputy clerk here. -xmua uccupiea ny me Jack Wll- The highest number sold in one s(m family nnd owned by N. Johns day was 65, just before the present *'"'" d***™**"^ h - ««> "->•«•— -.-,.. duck season opened. T ""' A number of licenses for hunting dogs have also, been Issued. Fjve Die In Crossing .... by fire Friday night. koss of the house was estimated - , $1,200. The Wilsons'. household irntturc a nd clothes were also destroyed.. The origin of the fire was unknown. Mrs. Wilson and one of her children awoke nflcr the fire ^ Accident at Meridian had gained", considerable" 1 , headway a ™ had no lime to remove any MERIDIAN, Miss., Nov. 30 (U articles from the burning house. P)—Five persons were killed to- Mr ' Wilson and his son had bum day when an automobile collided Jf.. 1 "? Blythevjlle-Columbus foot- vvlth o i\a.«f*npfr trrilll. - ball frame in Vfpmnhlc nnrt Vio/1 «Al dls- the Fishermen Pick Up Mail "Posted" in Sealed Cans MIAMI, Fla. (UP) — Fishermen and lifeguards here have qualified as volunteer mall carriers "or an unofficial Atlantic Ocean postofllce. Following a long established custom cans containing letters and postal cards frequently are tossed overboard from European ships which pass within two miles off- Ehorc.'.'cn route to the Gulf'of Mexico, and points south. . , Tlie cans arc either picked up by flshcrmsr. who chance by or drift In to shore where they are found by lifeguards and the mall Is posted . One can, recently found with 22 letters and a batch of postal cards, bore a white flag on a small pole with the word "mall"'printed in black •'letters,- Because of the general east wind, these cans usually drift to shore within a-few days All' Hopes Fish Will Bile Even If Voters Didn't will lug hid" EIGHT INJURED Til PoitSgeville Cai Sii- svvipes Tiailei Neai Tuuell Undeipass '1URRELL, Alk, Nov. 30 (UP) persons wcie luiit nnn , tmns slioppors from Poit- ntiei ,, cnr iiere'ond mm- lied a dirt embankment Mri ElUbeth Dcfc,, 65, suffcicd tolou, hea, „,,,, , ntcrnnl , j ri ns the 'cai stuick the tralkr oai.un underpass She was car- led to a McmpliLs hospital along »'"' oljiors whoio Injuries con- bled of cuts and bruises They mo Mi and Mn, Albert 5elb and chlldien, Russell, 7, and Marie, 8, Mr ami Mis b U Hcanej nnd Donald Masscy Deis, W ho \ sn5 calving a new Plymouth sedan, blamed a sharp •tirvc near an underpass nnd slipper} pavement for the crash I v,ns headed toward McmnliU making about « or 45," he said' when I ran through (he underpass and met the auto anil trailer I swerved, over and my light POLICE L1E?JI' South Ameiican' Metro|*H olis Gives President Riotous Receplion, BUENOS AIRES, Nov 30 (UP) —Moro than 600,000 men,- women nnd childien, breaking lines 'of irallce nnd troops, cheering excitedly, shoullns"viva' and tmow- ing nowers, gave President Roose- u-lt the greatest reception accorded anyone In tlie Argentine nation's, history, Horn the tlmo PieMdcnt Roosevelt left, the customs hoasc dock where the suiglng clovvd l.okc the w nilBhleld of the United Slates iccict service car, ahead of his, until l,e reached tl n United States embassy at 3 p „, an hom Inter, the paeans of Joy.! aw welcome weie repeated In a cicscemlo of enthtisiabin foi th« vlslloi who opens, the mtei- Amcilcan Peace Conference 16- morrow Embraced by Juslo , Piesldcnt Roose\clt, the (list- United states chief executive cvli lo visit Aigcntlne while In office iinllcd and^uved to IrTe diceilng throng foi more than an hom, The Latin tcmiw of his reception w,.s touched off by t,l s appearance on the deck of the U S S Indianapolis as it ^diow alongside nnd he stepped ashore shortly be- Piesident Agustin P. Justo greeted President Roosevelt, "ml amlgo" (inj friend) The ciowds threw flowers and cheered Airplanes' flew in the billlinnt sunshine of'a warm'^Av- gentlne day. The press was BO close that Piesldent Justo signaled the Argentine 'police frequently to hold back (he crow.d. /The throng broke' through ns the cms stopped, ut the customs house exit fot a moment. 'Tri» • windshield of the scciet' service cai was broken but the throng v,ui good nalured throughout They broke thiough again and again In Uieh enthusiasm but President Roosevelt smiled and waved as he lode slowly lo tlm - in li assy. The city was flag bcdraped on nil sides Bands pla}ed the national anthems The, Latin tempo of the welcome was heightened by- he genial smile of the 'good elghboi," who arrived to display] Us meaning In person Tlie cai whirled towaid the trailei and sidcswiped it, knocking off one of Its rear wheels My ear then caiccncd luto the em- banl'ment at the side of the high- j, he icporteil Weed Control Taught BERKELEY, Cal. (UP) —The University of California has opened a course In weed control. The reason Is that it Is estimated losses by weeds amount to -:$60,- 400,000'annually in California and about 43,000,000,000 throughout the United States By Cleraent, Clarke Moore ^ C VII The moon on the bread of the nctf-faltcn .srion 1 Gave Ihe lustre of mid-Ja&to objects Woti!, (Continued in No\t Issue) ONLY 2 I MOM SHOPPING DAYi Court Reporters Win Pay Suit in High Court LIITLE ROCK, Nov 30 (UP) — The state supreme court today ruled that the salerles of court ind grand jury reporters should be In the Judicial budget and ordered Countv Judge Arson H Burrow of Franklin county to Issue warrants to two such em- ployes and make the payments from the general revenue fund. The suit to force the payments was brought by Lonnle Batchelor and Ralph Robinson, court reporters, after their requests for" salary warrants had been-turned down by the county judge. "} The supreme court upheld the" ruling: of a county) court Irt granting W.: O. Hoyle 'and J, Gordon Lbvc, trustees of the estate of Mrs C. A Hughes, authority to sell lots located within the Hughes city limits > , / —^___^_ v Dodging Behind Stump Saves Two From Buck LIGONIER, Pa (UP) — Joseph Hall and" Hugh' Kelly,' road 'Workers, Xno^r how a bullfighter (eels durlngr working hours. They plajed a game of tag with an enraged buck arouna a stump near the Forbes Oame Refuge and came out unscathed With only the stump lor protection against the onrushes of the Infuriated animal, the men kept one jump ahead of the deer, dodging behind the stomp at each charge. Final!}, the tiring animal gave it up as a bad Job. WEATHER Arkansas—Clouds, Win* in _east portion lontght. Tuesday partly clouds , , ' Memphis and vIclnllyJ-Rain tonight and Tuesday, ' somewhat wanner • • • , The maximum temperature here yesterday was H, minimum ""28, • clear, according to Samuel p.C- ->l Norris, official weather observe^ *|

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