The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1940 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 22, 1940
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER N THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OF NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOLUME XXXVI—NO. 260. Mlssslsslppi Valley Lender BlyllicvlUe Daily News ... ,,„„„,,,„ , ,. , r . «;, ,, BlyUuvillo Herald Blylheville Courier KLYTIIKVll/LK, AHKAr^SAS, MONDAY, JANUA11Y 22, 1!HO 104 Persons Missing After Blaze Forces Ship's Abandonment flllSEBUBE MARSEILLES, Franco, Jan. 22. (UP)—Sliips and ;ih'- r- ' 1 D T n r>f planes searched the stormy Mediterranean tor 10'! missing j'' innisl1 Kepovts Icll (Ji passengers and crew members of the Jtalian liner Orn/io which biirned after a boiler explosion as the first survivors ami their rescuers', arriving here, told of an escape in a boilinft sea from the blazing ship. Tlie Italian liner conte dt An- camnno reported by radio that it had saved 98 passengers and 78 members of the crew of the Orazlo. A seaplane reported tliat the blazing hull still was afloat today. Two French destroyers reported lhat they had cruised a 50 mile radius nil night In search of two missing lifeboats but they were not. lomid, despite the use of searchlights. Italian warships and freighters arrived nt the scene this morning to continue the scorch. The sea was reported rough and many doubted that the lifeboats could have survived. Survivors' arriving here snid lhat Ihc fire aboard tlie liner was so great that some of the ship's life- bonts burned before they could be lowered and that rescue vessels had to send their own llfcobals. It wns indicated that me ship was abandoned in perfect order under the direction of Captain Schlano after a vain three hour fight to save his ships from the flames which had burst out In mid- nlcernoon yesterday between Marseilles and Enrcelonn. Spain.- He ordered Ills lifecoat crews Ic stay within the radius ot light from his burning ship, radioed his exact position and warned rescue ships to proceed with caution so that 'they would not run down stray life boats, saw that evcryoody aboard was safe, nnd then, tue lasi man, entered a boat himself. Mny women and children, including Jewish refugees seeking a new lite In South America, who lost all their possessions, were among other passengers. More prominent persons aboard the Qrnzio, which left Genoa Saturday» lor South American ports with passengers, mail and cargo including machinery, included an Italian aviation mission on its way to Bolivia under bleut. Col. Francesco 'Minucci; Renato Silenzi, new i Italian minister to Panama, and R<5Eert~"Ostenv3lder, Swiss' consul general to Ecuador. 1 Paul Van Zceiand, former Belgian premier, had been awaiting the ship at Barcelona. He is going to South America. Snow Covers Central Part Of State And Is Expected Here Weather in Blyihcville contlr.ued cold over the weekend with ft minimum of only 8 above zero for Heavy Soviet Losses Yesterday /. | HELSINKI, Jnn. 22. (UP,)—Finnish troops killed nearly i.ufio Russians In five separate vii°Hg(nicnt.i yesterday and destroyed tit least 12 tanks, nn official communique announced today. Fighting rngcd as result of lins. sian attacks from the Knrellnn Isthmus to the mid-Finland front. Thc communique snid that 450 Russians were killed nnd five tnnks were destroyed In an attack In'llie Lolmoln region. It claimed that 120 Russians were killed and five Innks mid two armored cars destroyed In nn engagement at KHIIii. In descrioing a third engagement (he communique snid that several i Russians were killed whe:i' Colion- Seed b'/w/fi Suffocates Worker OSCEOI.A. Ark., Jan. 22.—A .sllciiu;; pile of cotton seed sulTO- cnted Ernest Cummins, 2?, at Hie Unlston-Purlna Mill hero this morning, about 7 o'clock'. : : The employe was standing Hi « lingo seed house, moving .«ccd Into a trough which carried the wed inlo the crusher, when nn nrnlanclie of seed caved .lh on Win from (he unck. Alone Hi Ihe srcii hollSo nt- tlip lime, Cummins wns dun ircm Ilio seed by n fellow worker wlio liml left his work for n fow minutes, during which tlino the accident occurred. Upon his return he sftw the' pile of seed wliere Cummins lad, been working nml quickly 'into the seed to extract him. lio applied artificial respiration methods anil wns later assisted uy .n physician but an hour's treatment failed lo revive him. A resident, of Osceola for the- pust 22 years, cummins had worked nt tho mill for 1 months. Arrangements for Ilio. funeral me Incomplete btil services will be held Tuesdtiy or Wednesday tit the swift Funeral Homo following arrival of relatives who live elscu-licrc. The Rev. L, M. ihck- ford, pastor of Ihe First ChrLstlan clnncli, will officiate. He Ls survived by hts parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Cummins, and three brothers, J. T., J; il., mid Hnrold Cummins, nil of Os- ceoln; two sisters, Mrs. Fred Wheeler of Veinona, Miss,, mid Mrs. iV. M. McCIIll of Lcpnnto. e-|wns H2.2 pounds per peiwn. Tills r (loe.s not, Ihe council snitl, Indicate .!) mi iiciid) shoilaBe. The supply of It sweet ]in(at?e.s Is 2<>.r> pounds jier i. pi'i'hoi), compared with 20,3 pounds -Id ,1'iM year. American Minted Coin Of 1555 ^iU on Exhibit UUIiUNflTON, VI. (Ul'i —Oneof (he coins CVIT minted in Aiiit-i Irn now \t oil display at Hie Fleming Museum of tin- University of Vermont. Minted prior to i&5!>, the coin is n one-idle piece, worth nbom i'2'i cents. • Ji'.ssi- .Innu'.-i, notorious outlaw, killed April J, 1882, List Release By Goveri meritHas Lever 1 ^PRESCRIPTIONS m Executive Highest Freshest Slock tiimnmlecii Ik'st I'ricca Saturday ni?ht and Sunday moni-l ' hc Finn ^ "pulsed a Red army at- ing, Hie minimum for last night , ack °" l ' lc Tal| ; alc 1 ' h ' er (fout - on ' was 12 above and there was no report of milder weather very soon. Snow was anticipated, however. The low of the season is four below zero to which the official thermometer tumbled Thursday night for a new 10-yenr record. Since that time the minimum hud 24-hour period. , '"« Ka '' e , '»» In !l(l<1 '» 0 » ° «\c dead which wcre co mted ."JS' the ^""s t»c communique said the no man's land n , rci1 °". Ule Tnlpalo river was ' wn wlll) t""^/'"'" which the verc u » ble l ° "»'" she, ute into 1 artllleiy he ralc J! GETS HE 'SIGN \\ Snow Illaulals Many Arras LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Jan. 22. (UP)—A heavy snov.'fall blanketed most of central Arkansas today. By noon two inches had fallen in thc Litlle Rock ,aren and snr-w linn Isthmus In nn apparent attempt to make the entire line un- tenndle by turning Hie Finnish left wing along Lake Ladoga. Reports said that t with machine i nnd were holdiii! " , I Cl . c „ . . oday 6 ma.*ed State Supreme Court U|3- of 10(1 P" »> ln - I II II- A ., -. 4- holds His Authority To File Suit Tlie state WASHINGTON, Jnn. '«. (UP) Tin- trensiiry inatlo public lodny a v slur studded Hsl of (ho nation's highest salni-lcx In 1938 nnd n hard working soap manufacturer topped them nil. Heading tlie list, which was Incomplete and probably will bo wip- plcms-nled Inter, wns F, A. Counl- wny, president of Lever Brothers— n .son|) firm—with ,1 salary of $109,113. Thc next nine highest listed for 1038: Thomas J. Wnlson, president, In- ternntloiml Ihislnoss Machines Corporation, $45!i,-MO. Eugene G, Grace, president. Bethlehem Slccl Coruorallou, j:i7S.Ofl!l. Ocoige W. lllll, presldcnl. American Tobncco Company, $3:11.3-111, by Drug Stores FOR Children's .SNSFFLES, S PARE your child much or the misery ot miming, sneezing and *;Ho|bcry nostrils duo to coWs by inserting Mcntholaturh In hu nostrils, TIH» centto ointment soothes i«m iirotoru IrrltiUctl mucous inemhrnne, reduce* swelling, and lima oiicm brcatlmig passages wider. It toon chccka jiicczlni; ami EiiliniiiK. Mio rub Mcntliotatum on tho chllct'ii chest, back, nml neck. Tin* will Improve local Moodclr- ciilntlon nrul liclj) rcllovo cola discomforts moro effectively, Mcnlholntumhclng Insomnny ways Hint you tliould always remember tlilis:I'orDlscomforU of CoIrU—Montliolalmn. Link thorn together In your mind. MENTHOLATUM C/vei' COM PORT Dally I GOOD DEMAND FOR S<Q«£B«MEMT LOAN COTTON Phono or Write Us Now RTi, //. McFaddcn & Bro's Agency E. C. PATTON, Agent if*,* Simple Services Held In Senate Chamber Senate's Dean I'Ol' LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 22. (UP)- WASHINGTON, Jnn. 22 (UP)- 'TZctir^raS =U 5T, W'nio- chamber where he sat ns senator pnny cd ul when Ing nl nt nny'Ilox 218 Grand Leader William "S. "icmiiiscn, ""president, ll °M )lli1 ' Oenernl Motors CorpDrnllon, $303,400. Clntuletlo Colbert, movie nctress $301,011. Wnriicr Unxlcr, film nctor, $270,007. Hnrryl p. Znnuek, movie pro- dm:er, $205,000, Illnu Crosby, film star, $2(10,000. S. P. skourns theater owner S25-I.OOO. Phone 2<1K were replying i overruled „ . .. mis nnd artillery | ngaln.-if Prosecutor John J. Butt ' fnsl. Plan Radio Talks In Paralysis Fund Drive Reports from the front said t J f lli.vr, I \r I C?r.ftit.Ti- J---v|jw*i.o injii* ««J HUIIt Ht\\\\ Ullll. <-"*i*v iyiujinyivuiy IIIIU 1IUJI1 Ul U- I reported fallme at Hot Springs U)e Kuss i ans had bcelt m , ccc ding with a Ins collection suit ' hcre *'»s no oratory In DcQiicen Mena, Fort Smith and all , lmmltlon r or lwo wce ks before "gainst " " '- - New York Cotton prev. open high low close close Mnr. 1095 1095 1080 1030 1100 May 1069 1070 1053 1053-57 1073 Jill. 1032 1034 1034 1015 1038 Oct. Dec. 972 903 972 9(33 952 945 952 945 974. 967 New Orleans Cotton Mar. Mny July Oct. Dec. open . 1105 . 1080 . 1044 . 975 prev. high low close close 1106 1080 1044 975 985 1089 1004 1024 955 915 1039 1064 1024 955 945 1110 1085 1048 978 other cities. I the bombardment nnd thai a big 1 scale fight might be in prospect. the Soutliwesl "Serves Nolice" Products Company. SlIlS ™»le. trd»y only Ihe solemn and *«*** Episcopal funernl service | In carrying out the publicity I, program of Hie Mississippi county ""• " way wil. Case By Tlio high cmni held, lhat be- » "«' -» lnlo,,od by Senate "Fight broadcast, over MOSCOW, Jail. 22. (UP)—Rtis-! of the tax sin served notice on the world last night, on thc ICth anniversary of Lenin's death, tlmt it Intends to , cause the Benton count, circuit court had first taken jurisdiction suit the chancery court was without grounds to issue its restraining order. The distillery company, owners KLCN nniiouuci , n Hewill bo '" Chaplain Barney Phillips. His senate collcngues, President ncoseveu, supreme court Justices, S^'JTo'ciock "K"^"^ cabinet members, diplomats nnd these ,,|p nkc ,-,. r ,, n , f | n ,, i „,,,, other officials assembled In tvlbulo cherry; ' " •' UCS " IIS ' J ' LU> "° lo (be 74-year-old dcnn of the conclude the RussD.-Pinnisli war i of a large store of .seized whiskey I senate, who died Friday. LITTLE ROC Assistant U. S lett clraigcd (o .ng the pro- mcr ' tls 'I"" 1 - nln end.' 1 after- cnert ''"" rl11 !" DIIKCT nnd title Baker hnd pi In R nrtlelo tolling of . "•'• by five patient? -si and that any attempt by foreign on which no stntc lax has been nations to intervene would be dis-1 paid, had opposed Butts' attempt Wednesday, Uu» Jnmes A. Overholscr; Thursday, , - , ; the Hev. George W. PnUerson; Frl- caUett Two hymns were sung during dny, Crcll Slinnc; Snliirdny, '"Marp...... uj/|ji,oi;vj J^IILL^ Htiumvjt the sei-vlms nnrh n rnimi-lln rtr n.n. i-» i lo collect llie levy contending such ^ ^ ^ VnT K md" ^iSl Tu ^^JZ°^^W«.U*W '<« ••"Abhl D>M..». "rham Damage .Action Growing' ^Further, nn announcement, mat- On!- Of Phvsirian'c IVatK clections would be lie-Id March 24 in the state revenue commissioner and \"^1'1. _'"!"._'" UIK UI rn)51Ctan S IJeain some I)01 ., ions of Hus3ian occupied.! not the prosecutors. To Open Poland was taken to be n licit I The high court in n previous " answer—nnd n denial—that Russln decision ol Oct. 16, 1939 held Hint Circuit court began Us second' "*jht hand.over to^Germany some ^^ors tad U« rl ? ht to-bring Mo day Jan veok of the civil term today with •"="" ""J""""K nwnm,m. ^...UH i u UU.ILCI whiskey taxes. She case of Roy Nelson against T™ statement regarding Fmlnnd; In another decision the supreme Troy Joyce which is an appeal case ™ s , ™ u<: b f ^ lnxa " cl=r S^M'takov. court upheld the findings of the from common pleas court which s f rct! "V ° f lllc Moscow commu- Helena municipal court in fining has resulted in thc defendant filing "If 1 . ? , y ' at ? . mlui l "Beting in Monroe Mance $142 nnd costs for a counter claim. At 1:30 o'clock Lenin s honor a the Grand Opera operating a "for hire" auto without this afterncon, both sides had EI <"f' All5 ; r , d , 0 " M Llml U > c 5tatc : W* " »""se fee. rested nnd a vei-dtct was expected ment wns cfriciall >' Woved seemed i »,„„„„ „„_ before the afternoon session was concluded. The case of Mrs. J. A. Luckelt ayninst Ark-Mo Lumber Company was slated to open this aflerno:n. lly npprov because it was made in nee of Josef Stalin, Premier-Foreign Commissar Viaclies- lav Molotov and War Commissar Klemeuti Voroshllov, nniong others. In the Nelson-Joyce case, Mr. i - ' Nelson first filed suit for possessicn m j i[jn of 143 acres of land rented to Joyce and an appeal was from Common Pleas Court in Nov. 1938, with filing counter charges. Troy alleged breach of 'contract Mance, according lo the lians- nrrested for hauling passengers to Helena froi; for a fee Jury Holds Man Killed IFi'e And Fatally W/ounded Self legnn f ., nt 11:15 am .m-"^ ' UlrtBC ih(>1 »ns C.'. • ort iioiinced tljnt bo.Ui | : and dcR-nse'waiiid " hours nnd tlio case ; to go lo the Jury b Catlctt charged II: sent mnlerlnl Ihrou clalinhi'! lie could from dirndl-lift and to cancer with thc sail '"llie defcndnnls dcv to defraud the public,' "Jind furthered It b; argument when tlie woman dls- nmlLs whcn "'W lssl " Hint X-rays, surgery not cure cnnci By MAX STUIIM 3p»ci.l Oo f rc,pond,,,l covccrcl an additional pint ol HAYTI, Mo., Jan. 22—Pemlscol liquor In her husband's pocket. He coul " .. cmMy officers and state patrol- said the woman struck Shin-Icy on Mt>miim ' -om n neaVby community me " tod ^' wm sUli '^'"B to lcn ™ thc ''™(l wltli n small fire .shovel, " s " ro '»cU>od of curl of 20 cents per passenger. I tllD fncts surrouiKllng the dcnth of then shurley rail behind the cotin-1 patlctt also clmrgcd "b,r°S™S° n L 0th f«-i *"*&* to ^nt^l'c^l uc P 1 -"* S ""' 1C V, 34, who, according ter, obtnined a re^e7 ind fired "^^ -lolo hh n- -P«?ln^ ?» i u ' rtemnmlcd a trial bv jury which i tofl tllc vcr(llct " f " coroner's Jury two shots at his wife. E K er said. "' mt from P r - ch r a Sv dream" n'r Intnf wns denil = d - Ho «'Bs found guilty a . a< ;'- «» '»W csL Saturday night, the pistol snapped three time'., be- ° f K«'«as City. * J,° ys ,.J,L R ™ , of '-"'"r nnd fined. y , shot and killed his bride of six fore it fired. He said he was sUml- Stock Prices and damages cf S1350 sustained by 970 reason of breach of contract. Reid nnd Evrard represent Mr. Nelson altercation growing Ing nt tlie door and could hungry and tvejker than it Is "now," A, T. & T ................ ill 1-4 Am. Tobacco ............. 88 Anaconda Copper ...... r. 2G Beth. Steel ............... 70 Chrysler ................. 82 |7 h ' e and Ed B. Cook tmd Virgil Greene , ecllerbal(OV sn!d . , slloultl thc (in '.' represent Mr. Joyce. I tcrventionists) dare to intervene. Red CrOSS Chapter To In the Luckelt-Ark-Mo case, in , , low t , wU) facc a mo[lorn pow . finch Mrs. Hickcit seeks damages ' cfnt , Red a supporisa bv the I for the death of her husband, Dr. ] cnt hu s lastlc multl-mllUons of tl *"" Ijiickelt, who was killed when his , g ov i c t people" l — car collided with a truck owned by -n^,, he s ' ald tlmt Ru&sl|V W| the the p, n .. t[ect UltlCerS E. II. Tuttle, state field worker Cities Service Coca Cola Gcn'l. Elect Gcn'l. Motors Int. Harvester Mont, Ward N. Y. Central North Am. Aviation Packard Phillips Kadio Republic Steel Socony Vacuum .......... 12 1-i Studebaker .............. 9 Std. ol N. J Texas Corp U. S. Steel ............... 5G 3-8 lumber company, Netll Reed and Zal B. Harrison represent the 113 1-2 pinlntiff nnd Shane nnd Fendler, 3 s [ - 4 the defendant. 52 1-8 other cases slated for trial today 55 1-4 wcrc: 53 u. White vs. L. A. 5 f n ' Rhodes; A. E. Gilless et al vs. J. IS. lo 7-8 Qrisidenc; Vanda Lee Blylhe 24 !- 8 Dr. L. L. Hubener. " 3 I-4 , Judge G. E. Keck, of this city, is 1)0 j presiding at the court term which is for the American Red Cross, and determined to conclude thc Finnish ^ Ii;1 f Annabel Bryant, head of tlie war and "liberate the Finnish people from the Imperialist yoke." BlyUie vs. | IB Bhlff Is With Money In Bank PINE BLUFF, Ark., Jan. 22.- trnchomn department, both of Lit- wlll be gue.sts a the Red Cross cl...,.--. of Ilio Chlckasawba district to be held tomorrow morning nt nine o'clock In the Chamber of Co:n- ihl I Funeral Rites Held For Miss Doroth JOINER, Ark'., Jan. 22—Pitncra:., -..- _ -rvlccs were held Saturday for Miss _ nn ni-gumeiu early Saturday night Shurlcy's body at the point Eggcr Uorotliy Long, 18, who died Friday of Ihesc. when she found out tlmt lie lind snid she wns standing. Powder m ft Columbus, Miss., hospital. MLss purchased two half-pints of llnitor burns on her head nnd clothing,' ^"Sf was tnkcn 111 while on n visit In Hnyli when she hnd given him however, Indlcnlcd Ihe bullets which! wlttl llcr nllllt . Mrs - E - R- Brcwstcr, permission to purchase only ... •hoiir pericd, 'kept firemen busy wns not great In nriy Thc scene to purchase only one. I killed her had been tired ot close I ln Columbus. She Is survived by of the slaying was In n ! range. ! her father, a brother, Mack C. Long country store the couple operated Officers found tho revolver con- 011 State Highway 84 sis miles 1 tnlncd. three empty shells, two west' of Haytl. The store wns for- loaded shells and one empty cham- mcrly Woodland night club where bcr. According to Ejger's' tcstl- C ' room at the city hall. benten many, Shurley was nt lenst si* ovcr „ yc3r ngo _ I feet awny from hk wife when he /- , A party of people Jiving nearby, I fired the shots. Jn Hits case, offl- . OOGS TO goinj to the store after n passerby ccrs could not account for the Jr., nnd Uo sisters, Miss Katharine Lang nnd Miss Donna Rnc Long of Joiner. Burial was in the Dassctt, Ark., cemetery. 10 3-4 . ,,,„,- ,, , i? '° l '" Ue lllr °" gh thlS ;;; « \^ Mrs. J. L.Wright, 42, Dies Sunday Night Chicago Wheat Pine Bluff began Us 1940 fiscal bcrs are Invited to attend. year with a treasury balance of $14,220. according to the animal „ _ „ statement by Mayor James P. Me- W. D. Lampbell Is In Gnughy. Tlie balnnce is made up of $11,- D72.83 in the general fund, $2161.40 in the automcbile fund, and S211.28 ! in the street fund, less a deficit In . reported hearing a disturbance nnd powder burns. After the later ex- pistol reports, found the woman nmlnnllon of ShiirlcyV, body ycstcr- OfTicers will be elected nt this lying dead, fnce down, on lllc floor dny afternoon, when the cause of meeting to which nil enrolled mem- of the store, in a pool of blood, his death was found to bo a bullet as War Observer Critical Condition Tlie man wns lying facc up ncaruy. fired at close rnnge Into his head, A pistol was found on tlie floor officers indicated tlmt that nc- nenr Hie man's outstretched nrm. counted for thc third empty shell •In the party was Russell James In the chamber ot thc revolver, nnd ijtonard Scbrcc who later Slitirley's death certificate listed served o:: the coroner's Jury. Shurley was still living but never suicide as the cause. May July May July ?m ™->s 933-8 , i 2 1-2 - Oop-8 9(7-8 Chicago Corn The condition of H. B, Campbell,' regained consciousness enough lo Funeral services were held In , —, „ „„..,. .... b° was severely burned when a m " k c n statement. He died Sunday Blylheville this morning torChnrles Mrs. Lillie Wright died nt her the cemetery fund of $129,50. kerosene wnter heater exploited morning shortly-after 10 o'clo-ok In'Shurley. Denlon M. Ncnl, pnslor of home at Driver Grove at 11 o'clock j M lhe beginning of thc vear of - 1 ' G at the QimHty'Shoc Shop, an -ambulance while cnroulc lo n thc church of, conducted ilnst msht after having hnd « 1939 the city had n balance of S14 - cnnlimiw1 to «= "very critical" this . hospital at Blythevlllc. riws nt Sandy Hidgc cemetery e stroke of paralysis two weeks ngo. : 330 j,, i(s p encral , lmd but duri ' afternoon. He Is nt BlyllicvlUe lios- \ At the inquest conduttcd by where burial was made with Holt o-B She was 42. [ (hp ]sst yCRf ^^ ^^ several 1)llillp [Coroner Jack Kclley shortly nfter Funeral Home In charge. Funernl riles will be held Tues- "exirnordiniiiy expenditures fnclitd-' In addition to receiving very tllc affray, the Jury examined the He Is survived by his father, J. day nftemron, 2 o'clock, nt the -,',•. approximately $2300'for the' serious burns on Ills back arms nnd 1 wom an's body and found that she C. Shurley of Hcbcr Springs, Ark, Assembly of Bod church at Manila ritVs part on the baseball part- i lc - s - complications have' develo-ied hn(l (!ied trom two buUcl wounds, three sisters. Mrs. II. c. Milton nnd with burial In the Manila S3000 for thc livestock cen- ! v -' iich liavc macle his condition Onc llad E° lle through her head Mrs. Dora Powell of li-itesville, itery there. |,, r nnrt $280 for purchising site mllch WOTSE for ll "> P.iJt sev-ral and tlle olhc r had entered her left and Mrs. George Carr of Htjdcn, open high low close Born at Card-well, Mo Mrs for a gravel washing plant 58 1-2 581-2 58 1-4 5B 3-8 Wright hnd liver at Manila for 16 581-2 581-2 581-4. 333-8 years until thc family moved to' Livestock in., EAST ST. LOUTS, (PU>— Hogs: 17,000 Top. 5.70 170-230 Ibs.. 5.55-5.70 110-160 Ibs., 5.2S-5.55 Bulk sows. 4.35-4.85 Cattle: 4.100 Steers, 8.00-10.75 Slaughter steers, 6.75-11.50 Driver Grove two years ago. Slie is survived by her husband, J. L. Wright; two daughters, Ettla nnd Bonnie Wright, nnd four sons, Jan. 22, Hoy. Wesley, James and Chnoylec Wright. Dredging Machine Worker Loses Arm Fred Httey, 33-year-old oiler of a dredge machine, lost a part of Holt Funeral Hcme Is in charge llis rls ' 1 , t f . orc " m as l 'ie result of ' B ' an accident which occurred Salur- I eta;- near Lcpanto. He (s at my thc- African Boy Scout Cyclist I vilie bOfpilal. CAPETOWN (UP)-A "thcusand He wns working on a drj» line miles on a bicycle In 10 days Is for the D. B. Bayles Construction the rent just accomplished by a company whcn his arm became en- days. shoulder and emerged over her, Ark., nnd one brother, J. Shurley 1 right breast. i of Spelgner, Aln. ! Coroner Kcllcy who examined • Funeral services were held this j Shirley's body declared that death morning nt Commerce, Mo., for resulted from a fractured skull Mrs. Shurley nt Ihe home of her Program For Farmers Cfll 'sed by a blow from a blunt 111-1 parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Skinner, strumcnt. Later Sunday nflcmoon, [ who moved several month-! ago WASHINGTON Jan 22 (Ul' l >— Kcll °y sal<1 that a further examlna- from Ilnyll to n newly purchased To Extend WPA Work of WPA-employment. time the fight between Stiurlcy nud mercc. Ellis explained dm exteiisim of hts wife started. He said he undo Mrs. Shurley Is also survived by Two of the fires were across the street from each other within tlirqe hours. A storage place on North street owned by Mrs. Bert Trimble nnd used, by the Colonial Bakln? Company for storage ;of' Irucks. wns slightly damaged liist. nl°ht when ah overheated tt/ive caused the wnll to become ignited. J. L. Burns, who resides in 'n Carter house across the street, lost tls chicken brooder house nnd 100 baby chicks Into Insl ntght whsu tlio stove became overheated. Hoofs of two servants, houses were slightly dnmaged .by o'ver- hcnted stoves which caused sparks to tenltc roofs. The U. S. Branson servants house nt 103 West Htitn street cavrht afire at 2:30 o'clock Sunday nfternoon and Mrs. A. M. Butt's scrvnnl house bccnme Ig- nttcd nt 8:30 o'clock this morning. To Make Plans For President's Ball A meeting of representatives of the Bachelrrs Club nnd others who w'l assist in sponsoring the President's B ! rthday Ball Jan. 30 for the benefit of the "Fight Infantile. Parrtlysls" campiipn, will be held lonlaht, 7:30 o'clock, at the Hotel Noble, it was announced today by J. T. Sudbury, chairman. WEATHER C.'apt. Robert Slaughtcr 5.25-6.25 G.50-10.5D Cutters end lo wcuitera, 4.00-5.00 to visit a cousin. !™ ea A" n °™ SO " lh ^ Afr ' cai h boy ' A1 : tangled'in the machinery to cause "the 15 days past Uie ordinal rt-ad- purchases totaling 20 cents. Tlie llirce ' brothers. Joe D./Floyd and Army flyer, tins been "assigned to Helsinki. F'lntnnd. as military attache to reporl on air devel- ,wyn George du Preez. He cycled sucli innnjllng lhat on amputation [ line was granted because of un- cash regktersl) owed the last sale Eugene nlof Commerce. from Capetown U) Port Elizabeth wns jxi-formcd. usual drouth conditions In that lo have been 20 cents I Smith Funeral Horn" of Carulh- ""His condition k jood today. ' area. Bggcr said the couple started thc ' t crsvllle was In charge. opmenls in Hussfl-r'mmsh war. Arkansas—Mostly cloudy, snov/ln extreme soulh portion tonight and UV, j (Tuesday, conllnued cold. ,"«] Memphis and vicinity—Cloudy, ^ i «-llh ition- foni?l>t and tomcrrow: ''" continued cold tonbht and through Tuesday, lowest temperature tb- . night, 20 to 24. . ^ Losey. U. S. | Tlie maximum temperature here yesterday was 31,minimum 8, cleir, according to Samuel F. Norrls, oftlr cial weather observer. Last night the minimum temperature was 12.

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