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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - October 1, 1941, Blytheville, Arkansas Blytheville courier news the dominant newspaper of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri Vomm my Xxxviii no. I of. Blytheville Dally new Blytheville courier Blytheville Herald Mississippi Valley Leader , Mik ans As Wop Nispa Yth i Oboku i Ipi i single copies five cents Ruleville miss. Youth Cotton picking Champ for 1941 is Morris Ware today Ila world smiled on its new Cotton picking Cham j Ilion 18-year-old Morris Ware of Ruleville miss., who picked Barefoot yesterday in the second annual National Cotton picking contest to win the grand prize of $1000. The Money and title along with another is too in 211 prizes presented other winners were awarded at 5 110 o clock after judges had spent several hours grading the Cotton and held according to contest rules which took into consideration other factors than Gross weight. Senat h a. T i v second a. La. Karnes 22, of Senath mo., picked 102 pounds hut a in other Points considered Quality of Cotton picked and condition cd l contest Idu in talk Hebl invent Here will become National institution gov e. C. Kitsmiller is fatally shot by Harry Bailey wins title group contends penalty raised after agreement up penalty so ail diets waited but Ceil on Broadway notes of innocent an bystander c the i irs nights Gladys George on of the stage Best. Grease painted a few dozen More years onto herself to Star in a the Distant authored by Edwin b. Self. Even then first fighters agreed. Miss George did no to look Hall As old As the play. The drama took such a beating it was t Strong enough to get past the second ice Formano John Andersons Good Bye to it was to the effect that it have made Mere nonsense if heaved into a Shellza poppin Quot a brother Cain. Which got itself scorned a week Hiller was changed to satisfy the objections of the reviewers the management announced the re Wiite was Given a fresh Start under the title of a Blue coals will Morrissey assembled a collection of acts and called the doings Quot newcomers of 1041�?o it was due to open thursday but Morrisey gave a show of his own in of the theatre which Wasny to in the script and he wound up in the Midtown Clink. He was on the inside holding his head while his actors were on the outside holding the bag. The magic lanterns there a a Heap of exciting Cinema in a a yank in the r. A. the film Honor a Crew of great warriors and. Though it May sour a few congressional kissers the yarn it tells is a Honey. Tyrone Power and Betty Grable Are the parties of one of the love affairs the other bring you and the Flicker. Tee Canad est should have been a natural for the Kodak skaters being among the photogenic. But there is Only a Pinch of ice Maneu vers they should have put skates Oil Phil silvers and Jerry Colonna to i help them Over the Frozen jokes Quot unexpected Uncle a is straight out of the catalogue. A capitalist gets sick of counting his moola sick. Do you hear and relaxes among the peasants. The scene is Florida which is hardly recognizable with i none cd the by Wuy exiles standing in front of it. Billy Conn was Good casting for the pug film. Quot the Pittsburgh kid a but the Story is a repeat on his Louis fight it Hasni to any punch newsreels on the army s War caught an awkward laugh narrator was reporting the capture of Hie town talking it up frantically when two Yokel lasses sauntered across the action. With a pert Pooh Pooh to your old War rows after picking his grades fell i so much lower than those of Young Ware that he received second prize of $250. The Champion s pile of Cotton j totalled but 130 pounds in weight but it was so much cleaner than that of most of the pickers that the thousands in the grandstand proclaimed him Winner Long before the judges completed their grading. Negro in third place a negro. Ikey Pope of Hayti. Towon third prize and $100 to further prove that Southeast missourians know How to pick Cotton. He picked 178 pounds. It is from Senath also hails the 1940 world Champion. Harold Mason who ranked but 19th in yesterdays Competition to win a prize of $25. Five prizes of $50 each were Given winners of the next five places with Gwynn Holland of Armorel winning fourth for the first person of this Section to be in the Money Clyde White of marked tree was fifth h c. Harris of Brookhaven. Miss., sixth i m d. Chapman Blytheville negro. I seventh and Williford Lancaster of Quilon. Mo., eighth. Other awards made sixteen prizes of $25 each were Given with rank in order of names Bill Brown of Gideon. To. C. D Giles of Ridgeway. Tenn. Dee Bland of Sickoria. Ark Eugene Shinault. Of Memphis w. A. Haw front Kins of Success Ark. W e Lott j or. Of Blytheville Floyd Wilson of Lilbourn to. Earl Hines of Booneville Ark Quot Sonny a Ledbetter. Of Gosnell Melvin Walker of Malden. To. Harold Mason of Senath. To b c. Chatham of Blytheville Hail Millis of Bell City. To. Theodus Thomas of Dell Gus Tucker of Blytheville and w. M Briscoe of Blytheville. Gov. Homer m. Adkins made the presentations assisted by miss Lunette Tucker. National Cotton picking Queen. Most of the thousands who flocked to the contest site adjacent to the fair grounds Long before the starting gun was fired at 11 45 of clock in the morning remained through Tho Long afternoon while judges graded and regraded before announcing their final decision As dark gathered. But there was entertainment All the time. After the Abc coast to coast broadcast As the contest started the school band played and there was informal music. After the picking was Over the crowd went to the grand stand where Max b. Reid served As master of ceremonies for the speech making in which gov. Homer m. Arims was the principal speaker and Harold Sudbury served As master of ceremonies for informal musical entertainment which included Organ selections. I a v Ruth is needs child Cranor i re hailing the second annual National Cotton picking contest As a significant event. Gov Homer m Adkins spoke briefly yesterday afternoon before the Large crowd gathered at the Mississippi county fair grounds for awarding of prizes in the Competition. He said in part a Here today the new South is demonstrating its progressiveness it is a privilege to be a Spectator at this colourful demonstration which is. In one sense a sports event and in another sense w manifestation of our Universal native Pride Iii the capacity of South cited pointing out that he proclaim cd sept 30 As Cotton Harvest in Arkansas anti that it was ing to have it celebrated in manner he emphasized the capacity of the South to produce Sut Focient Cotton for National defense 1 needs and sufficient additionally for the Domestic every Day of the men and women and ten of America. He also spoke of the part Arkansas is playing in this Cotton contribution that the state is third in production of Cotton and hint i Mississippi county is the largest i Cotton producing county in the world. Quot i Ani certain that this great event will become an institution an institution Iii Arkansas for the a Benefit of the entire Cotton producing South. I predict thai in years to come it will be Ond of the classics of the South far out ranking such events As the Cotton bowl football game at Dallas and the sugar bowl game at new Orleans demonstrates progressiveness Quot but to my mind its greatest significance is its demonstration of Pride and progressiveness in the new South. The new a q Section not altogether upon agriculture for not altogether dependent upon Cotton and Corn and Rice Otsui gains or other strictly agriculture products. The new South is a Section that is rapidly being industrialized. A Section which Day by Dav the nation is coming to for its almost unlimited advantages. The new Section which has fird farming have proved by 50, of Holland 15, manager of t to i sit machine company la North of Blytheville. By depot ins of Sherill i to the county jail hoi Harry Kitsmiller or sewing two Miles an est cd was Rem Vot shooting which occurred at 7 of clock. Ile is charged with murder. Shot three times or. Kitsmiller a lain in., shot and killed in it. Moville Oiler of the sing t night at Midnight inn Hale Lack son or. Bailey immediately after the ins u. S. And must join i of \ a ars of Cit Britain a for of Hen Ai Pasi Nudest sidelights an Amini tavern. Cd shooting Hud not in ire t he South is a dependent its livelihood. Assisting in the festivities of the National Cotton picking contest yesterday were miss Lynette tuck or. Who was crowned Queen monday night and her three maids. Miss Joyce Morgan miss Mamie Young and miss Virginia Cook runners up in the Queens contest All made pretty pictures with their Corsage of Cotton and colourful frocks. The games Tho Stock prices the wireless you la go far to find anybody bettor suited to the Mike than Carl Sandburg. The a a get read his own hard hitting word age on cavalcade of Ameri the voice plus what it had was As refreshing As a Shower. Wonder h o w and Nee cared for the Ca. To say Needle Wheeler Pearson and Allen taunt that they took to tire Hills campaigning for America first when their movie inquiry failed to scare anybody. In connection with their Retreat. Capitol Hill is gagging the neroes roamed while tidier burned. Bob Hopes script was Well tailored by his gag men on his seasons beginner. A howler was his tale of the racing tip Sheet that unfolds into a pair of pants to be worn Home from the track flinging to rocks at a Star the program s clincher was Frances Langford a warbling of Quot easy Morgenthau has t got Manv notes better than that gals Frank Parker most folks favorite Tenor transfers to lbs three times weekly tomorrow. Talk about getting Swanky the y times radio Page used to continued on Page j n. Ata to. 154 3-8 american tobacco 70 1-2 Bethlehem steel. 66 1-2 1 Chrysler. 59 3-4 coca cola. 98 Douglas. 75 general electric 31 7-8 general motors 41 5-8 int Harvester. 53 Montgomery Ward. 34 1-2 n y Central. 11 3-4 North am aviation. 14 7-8 Packard. 2 3-4 Phillips. 45 1-8 radio. 3 3-4 Republic steel Socony vacuum 9 7-8 Studebaker. 53-4 Standard Oil n j42 1-8 Texas corp. U s steel. New Orleans Cotton prey. Open High Low close close j mar. 1720 1767 1719 1765 1718 i May. 1735 1780 1734 1780 1734 july. 1740 1791 1740 1790 1740 oct. 1677 1719 1677 1717 1674 dec. 1696 1740 1635 1737 1690 i Jan. 1700 a. A 1743b 1700 recognize Industrial South is a tested Diversi Long enough now to its Worth a Section whose production of livestock already has changed the Economy of not Only its citizens by of a substantial portion of the nation. Quot the Mississippi county fair a a Emma sized the trend toward our More diversified farming with its exhibits of some of the finest beet and pork Stock raised in the nation. A Gratifying signs Quot but the signs of progressiveness that is most Gratifying to me Here in Blytheville Are the shirt Facto y and the Canning Plant i saw when i drove around the City a Little while ago. There Are the indisputable signs of what the South can do. They Are material things material evidence that we can manuf Aetui the raw products our soil produces just As Good and just As economical a of not More so than any other Section of the country. Quot i want to congratulate the National Cotton picking association. Of Blytheville for the Enterprise and Industry and the Fine civic spirit that has Marie this occasion one that has gained nationwide attention. This Celebration and contest is the presentation of Tho entire population of this Fine progressive City and the great country surrounding it. It an example of Pride and progressiveness that should serve As a pattern for other communities in All the world loves a Lover and a clean sport so it was definitely Morris wares Day. When his pile of Cotton gleamed whiter than the others grandstand spectators soon sensed the Young Barefoot Chap might be a Winner. A reporter Learned he was married and his Bride of two months was immediately sent for to decorate tile pile of Cotton while Camel As snapped Long before the awards were made the Young couple on that 130 pounds of Cotton was All the crowd needed to fire its imagination and it was a difficult task to keep people away from the Tiack during the final judging after Tho presentation autograph seeker clamoured around the new Barefoot hero but his Little slip of a Bride was just As popular Quot in a not such a bad picker my self do you think Quot she shyly asked i a reporter As the women and children besieged the Young Winner their delightful manner and i drawling Mississippi Brogue made them Many new friends in Arkansas yesterday. # elated Over his prize Money i voting Ware decided to have a de played honeymoon so his pretty 17 year old Bride of two months and Lier hero did not return Home with admiring relatives last night but remained in Blytheville a for a real honeymoon at a his 1000 new one Dollar Bild were deposited in a Bank state policeman Eddie b. David Bavin escort of him there As lie made his first Deposit of a real Money a emr. And were viewing Blytheville today but the new hero was still Barefoot a i have gone Barefoot so Long m my work As a commercial Fisherman in the summer and Cotton picker in tile fall and Winter i hat shoes Hurt my feet a a Ware explained. Died la reached in i i los nut i of tin Bern made Public by investigating off Lee iat 2 Pill today widely known in Mississippi county and adjacent Southeast min. I Bailey served a term Iii the Federal prison Al Fork Fen it new Ort ii. Kau for violation of prohibition Laws at the same time. Eyelid other Well known men of Southeast Missouri were sen i traced for similar charges managed office Here born in Missouri. Or Kitsmiller had Long been connected wit ii Singer sewing machine company and came to Blytheville two yearn ago irs manager of the local office they had been living Iii Lawton okla before being transferred to this City. He and hrs Wile mrs Cora kit Miller lived at 314 North six Ali Street a daughter mrs. Roberta Gilliland of Angeles Calli will arrive Here Friday morning and a son. E g Kitsmiller of Little Rock. Came last night he in also survived by hts parents. Or and mrs Kitsmiller of Elgin okla. And two Brothers Ernest and Walter Kitsmiller of Elgin the remains will be taken to Lawton with the cortege to leave Friday following arrival of mrs Gilliland. Services and burial will let a in that City. The body is it. Cobb funeral Home. Indianapolis Ort i up Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox today proposed that the United states and great Britain join font for Idu years Al least to produce a Jbv Force ii need lie a an t i dive by tem of International i Law he told the 841 ii annual convention of the american Bai association to prevent another world War the seven seas must be Eon trolled for Many years to come by the great Quot Pence lilt ruled Justice Loving a j rowers Hie United state and great Britain which Are lacking in any desire for Ali Isle aggrandizement Quot a to put it lie said a we must join our forces our Power to thai of great Britain another great peace Loving nation to atop new aggression which might Lead to world disturbance at los beginning we will come to this i am convinced by Hie sheer logic of event by a gradual recognition of it Knox said oui safety and Prosperity in tile world of the i it tire depends upon these three factors 1 Stern insistence upon the principle of the Freedom of the i seas. 2 the Assurance of equal Opportunity for world Trade. 3 die provision that sea Power shall not be made the instrument Jot Selli ii aggression. Sikeston mo., of. I t lie Nim in cunts per Pound Muhm to allotment primp of Plantation nod boast Arkansas. Tho a roil it Quot re Tho of Vico of e. In it. It Mako Tho ire it 1 penal in a suit to Tost Validity of on Cotton acreage in sex was planned today by a Southeast Missouri and agreed i Quot issued by t Ion of i h i Udo rom Bol Quot cot Ion growers at a meeting in of Man Sikeston Cotton Gin operator test ase of a temporary injunction into Bulgaria Gestapo is ii. Raids Effort to cd a Cill Oil Friendly Fly mints Sites t e. D. Livestock East St. Louis. Til., oct. I. Up a hogs 7.000 scalable. Top. 11.20 180-250 lbs. 1.10-11.20 140-160 lbs. 10.40-11.00 bulk sows 9.10-10.60 cattle 3100 of steers 8.00-12.75 mixed yearlings heifers and uneven of heifers 7.00-12.50 beef cows 6.75-7.75 canners and Cutter 5.00-6.50. Slow Chicago soybeans dec. My open High 182 1-2 182 1-2 187 1-4 187 1-4 Low close 179 1-2 180 5-8 18-11-4 i of i it Quot i guess my dad wont i get so mad at me now for i Morris Ware remarked after being told that her bridegroom had won $1000 Quot he did t think we should have married without an. Money and us so Young but i bet everything will be alright now Quot she added with a smile which glowed two deep dimples. There is a Man in Ruleville miss., who i probably wanting to kick himself today. He had agreed t o pay Youn wares expenses to enter the contest and was to receive one Hait of his winnings but a few rim ago decided it was not a Wise Gam Blo and withdrew his Promise. So disappointed was Young Ware that he scraped up his $10 enter fee for his picking and paid tie expenses for his brother to bring him Here in his car. All of the $1000 went to tie youth w to believed in huns enough to spend his last Moue to enter. Morris Ware has been a cot i o picker for a Long time. When in was Only nine ears old he showed such aptitude for the work the he would carry his fathers Cott sack to bi1 weighed because it a lighter than his own. Also a Young hero is a. B Karnes second place Winner who can really pick Cotton fast it a unanimously agreed by the judge the 22-year-old farm youth said lie was going to the army dec. I. But did not intend spending his prize Money before he left. A a my parents Are 72 and 64 years old and they have helped me for Many continued on in age 5 yanks trim dodgers in opener 3-2 Tho now York Yankees won Tho first game of the world series Over the Brooklyn dodgers 3-2 before a crowd of Over 68,530 that jammed Yankee stadium in new York today. Red ruffing handcuffed the dodgers to win the opening contest allowing five hits. Davis who started on tile Mound for the dodgers was credited with the loss being replaced in the sixth by Casey. The yanks tallied in the second when Joe Jordan blasted one of Davis offerings for a Homer then added another score in the fourth when Keller Walker Dickey doubled scoring him. Brooklyn scored in the filth on a triple by Owens sending Reese across the plate again in the sixth Keller Drew a base on balls. Dickey and Gordin followed up with singles to Send their third run in. Lavagetto got to first on an error by Rizzuto. Yank shortstop and Lavagetto scored for Brooklyn when Reese singled sending him to second from where he scored on another hit by Riggs. Services for former Oil Mill manager to be Field Al 01 1 Chapel funeral rites will lie held tomorrow afternoon of clock sit Cobb funeral Home for Earl b Lyman formerly manager of Blytheville Cotton Oil company who died Early tuesday at Blytheville Hospital. The Rev. E is Williams pastor of first methodist Church will conduct tile service Active pallbearers Are to be Tom f Martin Jim Crafton Rodney l. Blunder Wade Jefferies. Or i r Johnson h ii Houchins Ernest i Laxell and Leverett u gee. Honorary pallbearers Are to be w w Shaver w c Higginson r l Loggia j. F. Waggoner of Memphis o o Hardaway ii High t fill e a Patton Lloyd Stockmon Johnnie Latch of Memphis Louis Applebaum Baker i. Wilson and j fan Williams of Osceola Hundhausen baby Dies rites Here tomorrow in lulled press european report.-, said to Riv that a flooding tide of unrest and ills Atis fact ton in German occupied and German dominated Europe had spread to Bulgaria and thai police i Here had started a erics of raids in in attempt to clean out dangerous elements a broadcast of Vichy radio heard in London reported As from Sofia that Poller i my made a close sen Reb a Varna bulgarians chief Poi t and had arrested 814 pet sons the importance of the raid a emphasized by the fad. That Varna bulgarians third City. Is to mum base for ships which Germany i mobilizing apparently Tor land sea and air operations against the Birma and the caucasus in run 1 is a Berlin admitted that 58 add Tonai persons had been executed in Czechoslovakia Alai that the to i Tai executions since tin German secret police imposed a Tat Quot of emergency on czech areas a thus brought to i Berlin said officially that six persons were executed sunday 20 monday and 58 tuesday a United press Moscow Disanti ii reported that the Quot National Unity underground radio j allot i Czechoslovakia had been beat i i urging the people to organize a general Trike in Protea against German re pre Ion louts la. Schul restraining Council. I it. Dol Mahmot Stoddard county a finn r stall Barton Plantation operator. Said growers at. The meeting owned Abt it 50,000 acres of Quot wild i a Cotton land which would be us Lect to penalty. He said at the Quot tune lilt Cotton was planted the rower bad voted a three cents per Pound penalty but that after the crop was 60 to 70 per cent made Congress raised Hie penalty ii i set s.-. Cotton grown on Quot Wildcat land and tile group of Quot Reb i is would be subject to a total in about $1.000, in penalties. I Cia Lunet in suit was Brough i a. In is b Frank Highfill Parma in u buyer it contends tile Addda Mil penalty should not lie Mill re bemused it was assessed Niter a n in London of Farmers had set the to be cent penalty. In soviets attack la t ii i mans May be forced to bolster positions in Central area Texarkana sex Deputy accused of slaying Texarkana. Arkport i up Harry l Oliver former chief Deputy sheriff of Miller county. Today was charged with the murder of Lee la. Clements 37, of Texarkana. Oliver who waited at Tho seem until the arrival of police allegedly shot Clements in the stomach with a .38 Caliper pistol in too downtown Section last night alter the pair had argued Over who would pay for a drum of gasoline officers said they took the still warm pistol from Oliver. Clements died on the sidewalk in front of a theater. July. Edward Hundhausen son of or and mrs. J. E. Hundl Musca died Early today at the family residence near Luxora la hours after birth condition of the Kotlier is very Good funeral services will be hold thursday afternoon 2 of clock at. Maple Grove cemetery besides his parents the baby is survived by one sister Dorothy Marie. Obi funeral Home is in charge state officials i nests of i Jinns arkansans s Undy sent to Linden Hayti to get. I Hie body a of Calvin Crane 17 year old Cotton picker killed in a Highway Era Ltd three Miles West it Wardell Al i Lay night has been sent to Camden Arkfon burial. The Sludder. Ark youth died sunday at pre hell Hospital in Kennett we re lie was taken following the Accident Adolph Hampton 33, of Wardell drivel of the car told patrolman i k. Beard thai Iii a. Having East toward Wardell ii a peed of about 40 Miles per hour when Crane stepped in front of i machine from another one parked Beltie the Road. My. Hampton Beard Aid. Declared the lights of the Patard car prevented him i rom seeing Crane in tune to prevent the Accident. He a not held. Crane was working a a. Cotton picker in the Wardell area. I local guardsmen in Alaska enjoy fishing Moscow Ort. I. I up Semyon Timoshenko s Central russian army has extended its counter offensive along a front of More than 200 Miles front dispatches asserted today. The russians were now attacking ail the Way from North of the part Sevo sector near Smolensk to South of Gomel the dispatches said. It a. Increasingly indicated on the basis of the front reports that Timoshenko a persistent attacks which were regarded now As he nug attained the pro portions of a bunt or offensive rather than a Mere cries of counter attacks might compel the germans to strengthen their Central forces at the expense of their drives on Leningrad and Kharkov in tile Ukraine. A communique describing a local attack on tile Central front Aid the russians had routed an entire brigade of the German 268th infantry division and killed More than 1,800 men. Plenty of Good fishing is the recreation offered Blytheville members of the National guard Lorce now at fort Raymond in Seward Alaska according to word received Here from Lieut. Col. Ivy w Crawford he writes that tile boys arc All in Good health having plenty of fishing and Busy with Drill and construct Ion work governor Adkins fills Busy schedule of talks hot a Prinic oct. I. Up governor Homer m. Adkins addressed the Arkansas real estate association at its 17th annual convention Here today. Following the address he left for Helena where he will open the Phillips county fair. Tow Arkansas state officials Lieut. Gov. Bob Bailey and Joe Hardin commissioner of revenues were guests for the dinner meeting of the Lions club last night at the hotel Noble. The regular luncheon meeting of the club was postponed until night because of the National Cotton picking contest Here yesterday. Both visiting officials made Impromptu talks at the session. Other guests were Neill Reed. H. I c Knappenberger and Harry w. Haines. Two alarms yesterday two fire alarms yesterday resulted in no damage. One was a grass fire in the Davis addition South of the Hoo Block on West Ash Street and the other was a false alarm Call to we t Vine Sheet. Acid York Cotton Well known guests Here for contest that the contest attracted wide interest again this year even though it is but two years old was evidenced by the number of distinguished visitors. Among the visitors were gov. Humor m. Adkins and Lieut. Gov. Bailey of Arkansas Dean William r. Horlacher of University of Arian us commissioner of Revenue. E e Hardin a group of aaa representatives and Southern agriculturist who were guests of Rufus c Branch of Pecan Point Arkansas aaa committee member. Aud mrs. Branch Francis c. Hickman of new Orleans owner and publisher of Cotton Trade journal. 1 official Cotton Trade publication who was accompanied by the comme loner of agriculture of Louis Tana a number of Railroad officials who came on a special train Joe Walker of the University of Arkansas College of agriculture Merton s. Heiss of Chicago editor of kiwanis Magazine Fred Barnes of Macon a. Albert Mallory of Memphis representing Memphis Cotton carnival w. H. Sikes of Sikeston. Mo., and h. S. Roberts and w. J. Green of East Prairie to. Open High Low close Prev. Close a r. 1715 1763 1715 1761 1714 May 1729 1777 1729 1775 1730 july. 1736 1784 1736 1784 1734 oct. 1672 1712 1672 1712 1669 dec. 1691 1735 1691 1735 1691 Jan. 1699 1741 1699 1741 1698 Chicago wheat dec May dec. Mac open 123 1-4 127 3-8 High 123 3-8 127 7-8 Low 122 1-4 126 3-4 close 123 1-8 127 5-8 Chicago Corn open 82 37 5-8 High 82 1-8 37 7-8 Low 81-1 87 close 81 7-8 87 1-4 la. S. Weather forecast Blytheville a consider a it be cloudiness tonight and thursday with scattered showers. Not much change in temperature. Lowest 64. Highest thursday 86. Memphis considerable cloudiness this afternoon tonight and thursday with scattered afternoon showers. Not much change in temperature. Lowest tonight 66, highest thursday 86. Arra n s a s consider Hie Cloud incas tonight and thursday with scattered showers in the West and North

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