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Blytheville, Arkansas
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ELY VOL. XXXIII—NO. 222 Blythevllle Courier Blythevllle Dally News Blythevllle Herald Mississippi Valley Lender THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NOBTmA^r>K ANSA a; A N P ' S o U1l11EASa . MISSOl)R , BLYTHKV1LLE, ARKANSAS, TIIUKSDAY, DKCKMBER :), 1938 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS PUBLIC RALLIES TO EDWARD'S SUPPORT Doctors Say Injury Will Confine Governor for Month or More LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 3 (UP) — Oov. J. M. Putrell suffered a fractured knee last night when, struck down by an . automobile | while crossing n street In the business section; It was disclosed by members of his family today. I The state's'chief executive'wiis I struck by a car driven by George Sellars. Up until noon today the accident had not been reported to 'Police headquarters. After striking the governor Scll- . ars stopped his car. assisted .Put- I'ell to his own automobile, and 'drove-him to the governor's mail- won, -where a physician was called. • . . : Later in the night Governor Futrell;was taken to the Baptist 'State hospital, where . an X-ray . picture of the injury was made and-a cast placed on the knee. He was returned home, where physicians, estimated -he would be ' confined for the remainder of the month if not longer. "H was misting;rain and I failed to see the car approaching and I am sure the'driver did not see me,", Futrell said today. The governor lamented 'his in• jury not. because of pain but because he will have to miss the Arkansas-Texas football game here . • Saturday and because he will be , unable to fulfil! his deei hunting plans from December 20 to Dec. ember. 30. In 'order to transact state bust- ness . .the chief executive - and his i priiaje secretary Mrs Ernie Mad :dox, " . daughter weie. setting iip a- temporal-) office in hh home Robbers Bind and Gag Lepanto Store Owner LEPANTO, Ark. -Charlie Ram 'Britain Not Ready For Debt Talk LONDON, DC9. a (UP)—Neville Chamberlain, chancellor of. i'. the . . , . . , exchequer. Indicated clearly today Townsend and Two Lieu- tliavUie British gorernment wus not inclined to leopen the qucs- lenaills raCe rVOSeCU- "on of «ar debts with the Unit tion for Contempt — I ituL tuiucipiuc un einiy ueut sei- WASHINGTON, Dec. 3 (UP)— tlement between the United Slates I «1: Slates at this time. I He also intimated that'-he did I not anticipate an eaily debt set- Richnerg Asks . Statutory Definition of Unfaii Trade Practices Dr. Francis E. Townsend and two and France, lieutenants In his $200-a-monthj Answering questions In the KuLueimni^ ni ina .?iw-u-mumnj Answering questions in uic old age pension organization were house of commons regarding Frnii- - -- „. . i^u uigau.uiiiuii wuit:[ iiuu&c ui commons regarding rraii 1 Indicted by the District of Co- co-American debt overtures, Chain lumbia grand Jury today on! berlaln sald^ r charges ; of contempt of the Unit- "I understand .that no •negotla- ed States house of representatives, lions of the kind referred to" are jThe charges'resulted from their| taking place." • | refusal to testify before a house . .. . , , , -':', Investigation . committee. .1 Aawe control of the powerful ;| The indictments, returned many Pcndcrgast^political organiza-. months after the elderly doctor tion in Missouri pnsscd , tc*i James M. Pendcrgnsl, above, 41; when his uncle, Thomas'J. Pendergast, lonf! the dominant .leader in the slate Democratic i party, withdrew because'of ill- : ness. -Tlio older Pendcrgasi, : rtricken during the Democratic . national convention this year, i wW. let as an adviser to .hl« I TS THE UPMRINI Leads Arkansas in Percentage of Increase Since 1933 Census Retail "sales in Mississippi coun- ly were) 46 per cent greateitSln 1935 than in* 1933- according to a final 'report of figures obtained In last wlnlei s business census made public today by the Bureau of the Census at Washington The percentage of gain vis the highest among the ten'cbuti- — "~, <uiw—isimriie itam- tie s having the largest: volume of say, owner of a furniture store here, | retail sales In Arkansas and corn- was found bound and gagged in """"" "'"• " "' stalked angrily out of tlie committee's .hearing, named Town-i send, Dr. Clinton Wunder and John B. Kiefer. • The, latter were directors of "the New. York .and .Chicago regions of 'Old Age Revolving Pensions, Ltd., the Townsend organization. They refused lo answer committee subpoenas after Townsend instructed them to ignore the Investigation. Assistant District 'Attorney Harry Underwood said no bench warrants will be. issued- for arrest of Townsend and his lieutenants Word of the indictments will be communicated to Townsend's ' at- orney, former Senator 'Thomas W. Hardwick of Georgia, who has agreed, it was said, to produce lis clients voluntarily for arraignment. The three men were Indicted under a law: which gives senate \nd house • committees power to make Investigations and subpoena witnesses, Townsend, Wunder ana, Kiefer probably will be arraigned before a U S commlssionei next* wi#k at which time date will be ''set for trial /.before -District, of Columbia' federal- court. File DEUY ----.— . ..^. ».«jv* B"oSCU III front of his desk in the rear of his store Wednesday. Currency to the amount of $85, which he was checking for a bank deposit,.was gone. G. B. Schull, Arkansas power and Light Co employe heard groans from within the furniture store. He .entered and, fliidin? Ramsay, called to Herman Blnd- iirsky, Rlchaia Worrells and J. B. Kid, who unbound him and placed him on'a bed., it was .several minutes before' Ramsay 'regained consciousness. Ram-say wid he wis at his desk, facing the rear of the stori,, when he was hit over the head. He was found with ropes around his arms and. a (Ilrly discarded shirt tied over his head throat. and around hLi pares with an mciease of 34 per cent for the state as a whole.'Reail business m Mississippi countv ncreascd from S7 328 000 in 1933 :o $10 703 000 in 1935 accoidlng to the census report. Retail business In the state as a whole Increased from $180,095,000 In' 1933 '.0 $240,724,000 in 1935. County Third in Slate The :city of Blytheville accounted for nearly half of Mississlpp county s retail sales in 193s and Blylheville and ;Osceola : together accounted for considerably more than half Retail sales in Bljthe- ville In 1935 amounted to $4 510 000. In Osceoia they amounted t'< $2,101,000, leaving $4.092,000 fo other communities throughout th Pleads Not Guilty to Misuse of License Jimmie Sailes entered a plea of not guilty to a charge of misuse of automobile license and his case was continued (n municipal court. Orover Brogdon and Will Thompson were f.n-.a «in oae i; on c i mrg . es of public drunkenness. county. Mississippi county PflllESON GETS IT Bailey Names Jonesboro Man Comfhissionei fo First Distuct Force Postponement o! Rape Case Hearing A hearing in federal court before Judge John E. Martineau In the mbeas corpus proceedings brought n behalf of JlmTl. carruthers and Bubbles' Clayton, condemned .Bly- lheville negroes, scheduled for Dec. 10, w^ill probably be postponed a week or 10 days because .of the. illness of Sheriff Cla.<moe H.' Wilson. ' Mr Wilson li "VO"' convalescing at a Memphis hospital following a severe attack of pneumonia He was to have returned to his home here today but the trip »as post- ' WASHINGTON. Dec. 3 (UP) — Former NBA Administrator Don- ijlil It. Hlchberg today proposed a fur-ranching. NRA substitute pro ^ri'm. based upon legislative mod- ejrnlxlug und soclall/.lng of antitrust laws.. ,. (Under the plan poor labor conditions would constitute niv unfair competitive practice and would Include Ihe'question of hours and wages, Richberg said In an Interview. ' Oeneral Hugh Johnson's suc- "MI as "blue eagle" chief of- r cml his .'program as: ^ I —Scores . of "little NRA" bills wcie being drafted [or submission ill the next congress. 2 — Senator William E, Borah (Rep., idiO > Joined a drive for action on a federal lucoipoiallon bill Increasing government control over Industries In Interstate commerce. .3.—Secretary <'; of Co m m e r c e Daniel C. Hoper nnnoiincctl that o special committee will report December 31 on Its study of the affect of NRA, RlChberg viewed the incorporation pioposal as "unwieldy ' He warned thai ."dlsonrahlwillon in business' -might result from fears ot iiew 'little NRAs" -for specific Industrie 1 ;' We ought to stop the follj of piecemeal legislation and restate oui ant! trust laws ' Hlehberg "Viva Los PrcsidenlcsP LIFE. IS HIS PWRJECLMS Baldwin, Questione^l ' ia Parliament, Refuses to Discuss Issue iut p-Hntm accorded Piesldcnl tu^cvclt on arilvol nt Buenos Aires to address the Pan American Pence Conference lias' won him designation as Aigontlna's'most popular vlsltoi. In this NBA. radio- photo he Is seen conversing with Picslilcnt Justo (right) of Argentina us they rode between diceilng ciowils of cnthu-slaslln Latins Indiana Man Is U.S. Corn King here today but the trip * as post- S A, They slwul(1 be res S^" °, E°S?.HS?» e ^^,.!K B ."'HL It %* «"«»»« both monopolistic arid unfair compclitiv Is doubtful if the Mississippi cot'm- ty sheriff will b? allowe^'tvj rmlw lilt trip" to'Little Rock on Deo"-ib" aqd since his presence at the hearing Is essential it is anticipated that assistants of Attorney -, Ge'n- era 1 Carl E. B a lley, re presenting the state, ''will ask lor 'a continuance. The negroes were convicted In circuit court here of assaulting a white girl in 1935 mid their pun- . ishment was fixed at death by elec- T, TL i 11 i trocution Their convictions were lOWTl J hreate.ned Until „!„.. yj^ Memphis Derwt ment Comes to Aid LITTLE ROCK ,Ark—Alan Patteson Jonesboro cotton gin opera tor was named slate highway commissioner for- the 'first obn^resslona *".^w--m me - uuaui .nouse" at district last night by Gov-elect Carl' Ticker .Farm, awaiting outcome .of f£ Ttaildir fnllmt in™ _ r .. (lift. PfTort.R. flf f )ll»i«* a I Int-Timr,. '+n upheld by the state supreme court After falling to perfect a proposed appeal to t n e United ', S tales supreme-court, attorneys'for the ne- groes flled the habeas corpus proceedings In federal court, alleging an unfair trial because of mob spirit and inflamed public opinion The' h'earlrig, originally'- set for June 8 was later postponed until June. 22 .and 'then set" for Dec. 10 of this sear ,The negroes have been confined the .'death house" at Bailey following a conference here with Patteson Herbert Park cr, Eric Rogers, Crawford Noble and Fred Piiryear, all of Jonesboro. The post previously. had been t«n- tatirel y offered to -Parker and Pur' ' -------- ,.,.. _„,.„,, ouvuuteu -r an Pur trom. fourth place in 1833 to third J' ear - When ;they 'rejected it Bai"'•"•" ''" '"" '- ------ '"- ' ley supporters in Craighea'd county. to whoni the governor-elect had promised ; the commlssionershhip gave their support to Patteson. Pntteson, ^-ho will succeed Dave Block of Wynne, is . a native of Memphis but has lived in Jonesboro for 15 years. He has operated cotton gins and farms In Craighead and Poinsctt counties since 1928. For a: number of years he managed a'cblton oil mill at Jonesboro. He is 35 years old. place in 1935 in volume : of retail sales among the comities of Ark-' ansas. Blytheville was: in ninth : place among the cttie.s of the state both years, just a few thousand dollars behind Jonesboro. Leading Counties, Cities The ten leading counties of the state, with the volume of their retail sales in . 1935 and the percentage of increase over 1933 follow: Pulaski $33,935,000 37 Sebastian 13,651,000 23 Mississippi 10,703,000 46 Union .......... 9,774,000 21 Garland .... .9,304,000 42 Jefferson ... 9,221,000 42 Washington .... 6,335,000 14 Craighead 6,272,000 22 Phillips ......... 5:546,000 16 Miller_ ......'..-;. 5,357,000 34 ' Retail sales in 1935 and percentage of increase over 1933 for the ten leading.cities of the state rapiV j/, on ea gl (i /„', couriers Ihty capic. And hc'toh'isttcJ, and shouleJ. • and called them ly name; "No®, Dasher! nott, Dancer! noo, Prancer and I'ixcn! On. Comet! on CupiJ! on, Bonder and Blitzcn!" (Continued in Next Issue) SHOPPING DAYSi JILL-CHRISTMAS are: Little Rock ... Fort Smith ... Hot Springs .. Pine Bluff ... El Dorado .'.'.. N. Little RoclC Texarkana — Jonesboro ....- Blythevllle ... Fayettevllle ... •$31,847,000 41 • 12,099,000 25 • 8,614,000 42 • 7,505,000 37 6.906,000 26 5.196,000 31 5,016,000 33 4.512,000 23 4.510,000 22 3,916,000 20 Livestock Miss Jaypee Easley's Condition Unchanged LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 3. (UP) — Hospital attendants' this afternoon said there was no change in the condition of Miss Jaypee Easley 26-year-old artist, suffering f ro ni a streptococcus veridans infection of (he heart. (UP)—Ho.zs: receipts 11506 Top . 10.15 ' 170-230 Ibs 10.M-1015 IW-160 Ibs 7.25-10.00 ' Bulk sow's 4.00-9.25 Cattle: receipts 4.QOO Steers S.50-12.00 Slaughter steers 5.00-7.M When a mayfly goes below the water to lay Its eggs, it can remain for long periods, since it "wraps up" a supply of air In its wings before going under. New York Cotton NEW YORK, Dec. 3 (UP) _ Cotton closed steady. open high low dose Dec 1219 1228 1211 1225 Jan 1199 1209 1197 1208 March 1195 1205 1194 1204 May 1185 1195 1183 1190 j,,ly 1166 1180 1166 1176 Oct I' 22 H3« 1122 KM Spots closed steady at 1264, up one. Spot Average Is : 12,43 . The average price of 7-8 Inch middling cotton on the lo .. ^ Slaughter' heifers 400-5 on Beef'cows 3.60-3,75 ' m Ignaled spot markets today was »'-— • ]2,(3, the Blytherille reports; efforts of their attorneys 'to save their lives New Orleans Cotton. NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 3 <UP>— Cotton closed unchanged to three points higher, recovering earlier losses in a late comeback. The rally was partly In sympathy with' higher stocks and bonds. In the morning the market was depressed by lower cables which were effected by the constitutional crisis in England open high low close Dee 1215 1226 1215 1223 Jan 1192 1203 1192 1201b March 1192 1203 1191: 1198 May 1181 1192 1181 1187 July 1164 .1175 .1164 1172b Oct 1126 1134 1124 '1133 Spots closed steady at 1255, up Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK,. Dec. 3. <UP>- Thc slock market rallied to gains of as much as two.points today with leadership the most Impressive of any session this week. The improvement Coincided with a little support which came into the London stock market after the extreme nervousness . Wednesday and early today as a result of the constitutional situation developing In En?land. ••••• : A. T. and T. 188 1-4 American Waterworks .... 25 1-2 Anaconda Cop '•..: 48 3-8 Beth. Steel ...'..... 72 1-2 Chrysler .............:.... 123 3-8 ered ulc gn-a^si umouni, Cities Service 31-2 earth's surface ever taken at Coca Cola !...- 125 Gen. Am. Tank 73 Gen. Elect 51 1-8 Gen. Motors 885-8 Int. Harvester 98 1-2 McKesson 13 1-8 Montgomery Ward 655-8 N. V. central -43 Packard ••.••.••••• 11 1-8 Phillips Petro. Radio St. 45 3-4 11 3-4 —. _ & Sail. F 2 5-8 Simmons Bed 43 1-4 Standard Oil N. J 64 3-4 , • ....... of Studebaker ............... 13 ' HUGHES, Ark., Dec. 3 (UP)—' A $30,000 early morning fire which threatened to engulf the entire town was :started by a firebug, City Marshal Pat, Clark said to- dav The blaze, which destroyed three .business bulirlinms mid r " •• 'estdences, was discovered short* ly past midnight and was brought under, conlrol at 2 a. m. wilh assistance of tlie West Memphis lire department Had it not been for West Memphis' assistance the local volunteer fire department could not have saved the city, Clark said. Clark said "every indication- pointed to arson. He revealed several attempts had been made during the past week to set fires here. A Chinese store and a ne gro residence were fired. Saturday night and. Sunday, lie said, but .were extinguished, quickly. Roosevelt's Margin Is Now At 11,013,000 'NEW YORK, Dec. 3. (UP) — President Roosevelt's total vote over Oov. Alf M. Landon In the November genera] eWctlon has reached 11,013,003, the latest United Press tabulation, disclosed today ? With 'the vole officially canvassed in 41 slates the total popular vote reached 45,800.169. ''"'< ••'-'• Arkansas, Montana, New Mexico. Pennsylvania, Rhode" Island, South Dakota and. Vermont have yet lo report the official canvass. The recapitulation: Roosevelt 27,661,660; Landon, 16,648,657, and Lemkc, 880,308. Speaks Today Dm ing | Biief ViMt to Capital "" Uiuguay »-i's longest range photograph was taken of . Mount Shasta from an elevation of 23,000 feet and a distance of: 331 miles by. a captain In the U. S. army air corps. The photo cov- J the greatest amount .of single exposure. I . • Chicago Wheat open high low doss Dec 122 7-8 125 5-8 122 7-8 125 '1-4 " 3-4 121 118 S-4 120 7-8 Chicago Corn open high low close 107 1-2 108 3-4 107 1-8 107 1-2 JTcn perfeclly matched ears ot dent corn brought the ;tllle of nation's corn king to iWilliam H. Curry of Tiplon, ;Ind., above, smiling his happl- 'ness as he held his trophy at the •International Livestock Exposi- .tlon In Chicago. The 46-year- old farmer, shown with some of his prize corn, almost missed the show, due to illness. r Leacliville Boy Hurt : .in Motorcycle Crash .JONESBORO, Ark.—Ralph Hill !9,'£0n of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hill of Leachvlllc, was brought to St. Bernard's hospital Tuesday night to take treatment for a broken right leg sustained when a motorcycle' driven by AvaIce Downing o! Lcachvllle, and on which he was riding on the rear seat; ran into a car In the outskirts or Leacliville ., Hill stated that he had asked Downing to take him for a ride 911 the motorcycle and as : Ih'ej hearcd the edge of town and were prevent an accident. . . . Downing sustained-. 'minor Inju- Tuesday at Memphis rles.: '":.,' ' ,-i.vAi .,- ,.._ Urilgunj Dec 3 (UP)— president Roosevelt, In o farewell speech ., to South America lodnj said a ,nc,w era of pio^ress under dcmociillo processes hab be gun In the \\estcrn hemisphere. 1l)c picsMcnt rcpljlng to a wol- conic by .President. Gabriel Terra at a luncheon In his honoi during a bilcf pause at this fcsthe Urugua'y- cn capital, 'Invited ' his 'host' and Sonera dc Term to visit Washlng- ;on soon.' Mr. Roosevelt,' spoke before sailing • at 4 p.m.' aboard the U. s. Indianapolis. 'It Is of. the .utmost 'importance that the. nations ;of the new, world have - found . 11 , possible under vigorous leadership' to find the nn- s>er do phangliig conditions) within the spirit find the framework of cotistllnlonal' government and dcmwratlc' .'processes," Mr Roosevelt snld. ' 'We lutve 'not completed our task In accordance L wllh the objectives and the .theory of democratic government. 'that taslt Is a continuous one. ,wo must move forward. We learn much from each other, much that k good . and some things which \ve must avoid. • President Roosevelt emphasized the changing conditions, scientific, economic and social, In the modern world and compared them with the out-moded concepts of men of another day. Mrs. John Baird, Auto Victim, May Recover LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 3. (UP) — Physicians attending Mrs. John P. Baird, struck by a motor car late yesterday,, reported this afternoon that the Injured,club woman stood a fair chance lo recover unless complication set in. . Mrs. Baird. suffered fractures of l»th collar bones and internal Injuries when a car driven by M. M. Beckett ran over her at a street corner Intersection during a driving rainstorm. • • , '. . Beckett was released on bond after charges of reckless driving had been placed against him'in connection with the accident. By WEBB MHXER Unlled Vrrit Staff Correspondent LONDON, Dec, 3. (UP)—The./* British public, shocked by the Ma- '•' den realization that King EdwarU Vlir. may abdicate If his govern- ** menl does not permit him to mar r ^ i> Mrs. Wallls sunpson, began to rally lo hk support today •Ilie result may be Ihat the government will be forced to back down and assent at least lo a com- ,)iomlio by which Edward may slill icmaln klifg and marry Mrs Simpson ILS hh consort but not queen, under one of the highest titles of nobility such as Ihe Duchcw of Cornwall. Decision Expected Scan This development came attei the empire-shaking love affair was brought up in tlie house of commons. Pilmc Minister Stanley Baldwin, questioned by" Clement H Atlee, Labor leader, admitted that the matter is so grave thdfc It should not be discussed hi parliament at present He Intimated that he woul<( make a, formal, statement when a decision has been reached In the historic fight between the king and his ministers, who are deteimlned to prevent the marriage The decision, some soiirces said, la due tomorrow, 48 hours after Bald- »1". conferred with the Ring Rothermen Defends Kln r • Events then followed' rapidly. { .Lord Hothermere's Evening News • came out with an editorial saying I that the king's personal affairs are 7 and that he should be al-'' ' L lowed to marry the ^-orrian of his •"•>! choice ' i " •liia.'Rotiiermere press haa'a* vait ^ circulation ahd' Includes the' Dally Mail, which h»s the 1 largest dally "• circulation In Qreal, Brllaln The, Rothermere papers wield an influence which cannot bo underestimated, especially among the middle classes, the "backbone" of England, whose decision Is almost final . , ; Wallie Reported at Belvedere. * ~ LONDON, Dec,' 3 (UP)—Mrs.' Wallls'Simpson, who -was said by ' membeis of her ^household to be 11 with Influenza, -\\as reported without Confirmation this afternoon 1 ' :o have left her London house for Port. Belvedere, where the king is nlaying. Tlie household declined to comment on a report that Mrs Simp- plans to go abroad tonight Dr. Dafoe's Family Tree Traced for 300 Years MINNEAPOLIS (UP)—It Is little surprise to Albert; 'H.. Da'foe, of Minneapolis, that one of the "three and one-half ' million Da- foes." Dr. Allan R. Datbe, Dionno quintuplet 'physician, has gained- fame., •Albert Da foe, a. pioneer railroad man, proudly displays pictures, of his fourth cousin, the. Ontario country, doctor, on a wall, in his home hangs a framed letter 'from Marston Typewriter Thieves Are Jailec NEW MADRID, Dec. 3.-Three i.^uivu vuu ^.^igv wi wv^u nuu HC.C ll^jty IvlrtL/lX'lU, iJCC, it.—'JLIirCt approaching a car. traveling in the suspects .were-'being held'in jai: opposite direction'IhaC'suddenly a today as officers said they hac, big Iruck swerved around the car. virtually completed an Investiga- To prevent hitting the truck tion of the theft from the high the motorcycle .was run Into the school at Marston'earyl Monday car which had 'come to a slop to of 12 typewriters, valued at $600 " r """"'" 1J —' ' Tlie typewriters were recovered Dr Dafoe thanking Albert for a previous message. The letter is dated Callander, Out, Sept 25, 1934, and Is topped by pictures of the quints, who first brought fame- to the Dafoe family, which migrated to New York in 1634^ Albert Dafoe possesses family charts which Indicate his branch of the Dafoe fafily and that of the Ontario doctor, are traced from Abraham Davos, a migrating Hollander who came to New York 300 years ago. Stolen Auto Recovered A ..Chevrolet automobile, owned- by Dr Russell Wert, stolen from the streets of the business section' here yesterday, Was' recovered near Kcnntt, jMo, this morning. Th car was found abandoned, where* it Had become mired In a mudhole on a country road Ah axle had been' broken. Sues for Divorce i _ ' Jessio -Haggard . has -filed,, suit against Ethel Haggard asklne a divorce on the ground of indlgnl- ' umueuaiter M j-t.^LAW wt 1-2 lua 3-4 107 1-8 107 1-2 Claude P I Texas Corp, ;;,...'..<..'...• « l-8l"MayM01 S-4 102 7-8 101 3-4 1,02 1-a Uio plalntlff , Claude p r cooper Is al,tornej for -,. Arrested at, Memphis 'were Clyde Talc, 21,,formerly"of- Ma'rs- Uin, and Donald McDonald, 22, of St. Louis. A was taVen Into custody-tri s£ Louis. .The commeralal .classes'" 'at Ma-sfon were temporarllj' dts- ,r«pted by loss ot the typewriters, but rcgulai-, work has been resum- ^ ,. cd, with the^ machines returned, k WEATHER Arkansas —Partly cloudy, colder in northwest portion with temperature near freezing tonight. Friday partly cloudy and colder. Memphis and vlcjnfty — Partly cloudy to cloudy tonight Friday fair' and somewhat colder^ f The maximum temperature l^m' yesterday was 45, minimum 3«, \ A cloudy, with 09 of an'Inch^raln-,-J fall, according to Samuel P. Nor-v'* 1 rls, official w«n«i»r |(*««mri , , ',

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