The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1940 · Page 3
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March 26, 1940

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1040 CULL' IS HCTED 01)1 TO pPONE Florida City Has Liltic Use For Uncle Sam's Ex- Convict BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Flo l <l ! ] :L I ! s !^ e To ¥llic!l Capone Will Return PAGE 1 By SEA Service MIAMI, Ma., March 2fi.—U Is spring, and the winter season is over in Miami, b\tt It's going lo be a long, cold spell for Al Capone down here'In the tropics where the .'.uu shines warmly on his luxurious Palm fsland estate. Cii|jo;ie's neighbors have been coldly anxious, worrying about the day when he would move back in. Their fears were realized when they noticed unusual activity in the big Capone mansion, and his doctor in Baltimore revealed he had left the home there, where he has been undergoing treatment for paresis, and would return lo Miami. No welcome mats were readied for the notorious gang boss—in fact local officials as well as his neighbors would welcome any legal means ol' persuading Mr, Capone la go e!s "here. WARM MIAMI PLANS THE "MIAMI CHILI," There Is nothing officials can no about getting him out—but Capone will be given the "Miami chill." Of course he will be fingerprinted as an ex-felon. The community will have none of him—even his $10,000 donation to Dade County's Community Client was not accepted. If he wants a local lawyer he is apt to have a tough time finding legal lalonl to represent him—the last two attorneys he engaged collected for their services only nfler they brought suit.- Of course, Capone's neighbors, as n-ell as thp rest of Miami, are curious about the ex-gang chieftain. His white house on Palm Island, surrounded by a high stone wall and massive gate is a star attraction on sightseeing tours. The house was built in 1922 at a coal of $15.000. In 1929 the property was deeded lo Al Capone's wife. Rose. Since then, improvements to the tune of $27,400 have been added. These include higher walls, landscaping and a 30 by 60- foot, swimming pool. Back in ills heyday, Capone threw lavish parties at his estate In 1928 and 1920, when Miami had championship fights, Capone "parties for the press" drew thousands, few of whom actually represented the press.. In -the midst of his guests moved the smiling Cnpone, surrounded'; by .'bodyguards. MIAMI COPS ONCE MADE IT HOT FOR CAPONE The contrast to the present cold welcome was the hot reception Capone received when lie first arrived in this area. In 1930 Miami police took advantage of every legal opportunity to arrest the gang chief. In May, 1930, he was arrested three times on charges of vagrancy. In March, that year, Dade county deputy sheriffs picked him up on vagrancy and later charged him with perjury. An assault and bat- u-ge was filed aponc on Nov. Demonstration Club News Notes . At Capone's Florida estale. He will be protected from llu- Miami co Id .shoulder behind this wall, flunked and at right by servants' t'arase apni'tmt'iil. Before Cnpone's impm'Onincnt, (he house was (tie scene of in left by swtmmln e pool Invlsli jinnies. A Ply for the Ointment lYarbro Man's Nephew Plays 'C.W.T.W.' Hole Tills cartoon from the Miami Daily News—published when it first appeared Al Cnpone would move his legal residence from Alcatra/. vo Florida—reflects Miami's attitude about lhc ex-gang chief. known gangsters in the vicinity. Police have watched closely the home of Frank Nilti, faithful Capone lieutenant, who bought an estate on exclusive San Marino Island in Biscayne Bay. Jack Gusik, much time here. Danny Cougiilin. Al's .brother- in-law, is business manager for the cooks' and waiters' union, but it's doubtful if even the cooks and waiters will extend a welcoming hand. Wilson Society—Personal Geneva Graves Wed To Robert Graves Miss Geneva Graves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Graves of Blytheville, became the bride of Hobert, Graves, son of Mrs. N J Graves of Helena, Ark., in a care- mony solemnized Easter -Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church In Wilson nt iiiree o'clock. A program of nuptial music was given by Mrs. Albert Holland o: Memphis, ivhn played IhL- traditional wedding 'marches, and Miss Jean Harrison of Blytheville, vocalist who sang "1 Love You Truly" and "At Dawning" preceding the cerement^. "Liebestrnnm" was played' softly during the ceremony. Miss Pearl Graves, sister of the bride was her only attendant, and Newell Jerome served us bast man. The bride wore a model of navy sheer, trimmed with embroidered organdy nnd la,ce, with accessories in white, anil wearing a corsage of gardenias. Her atteivlnnt '-ori' a model of black and white, with a corsage of pink rosebuds, nrd harmonizing accessories. Ushers were Jimmy Grain. Jimmy Hill, Ray Mann and Clandc Lynch. The single ring ceremony WP.I baskets candles in tall silver candelabra. Out-of-town guests here for the wedding were: Mrs. Denlon Neal, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Graves. Herman Graves, Roy Graves, Alma BriUon, Dorothy Sisk, Jimmy Pimenter, Jewel Gowau, Mr. and Mrs. Vinntc background of h lyne McLeoil, nil of Blytheville; Mr. and Mrs. Horace Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Holland, and Miss Dorothy Ingrani of Memphis; find Joe Applebaum, Jamie McOnrrity and Mary Margaret MvElvain. of Osccola. After a short wedding coiniiii; ninis "four Mothm" inul "Muicy." Anioiiy the thrilled spectators who anxiously iKvulti'tt Ills first 'uplii'itrniiru on the semen iviis hls prctty little ron-siii, IJiubai'ii Ann .Wiilti'rs, ajje four and n hull, who niomlly wore the "Clone with Iho .Wind" style dross which lu>r now hcro-coustii wilt lu-r from Hollywood. Clinton's grandmother, Mrs. Lll- Inn Groves, Is employed In (lie Jewelry dennrtmont «( (ioldJmllhVt Department Kloro In Memphis where Ills father resided until hc moved to California where he nmr- rtcd n California elrl, Discusses Ways To Meet "Human Needs" Shady l.ane Club Met'ls Mrs. 8. doll entertained W members of the Shudy Lane Home Dc'iiKUisiralton club and lour visitors Wednesday afternoon ia n mciMlug nt her homo. Visitors were MUs Cor;i Lee Coleman, county iioiiu- di'nion.slriiilon »RI}|||, Mrs. Clunlei. Mrs. Clyde- O'nenl mid Mrs. Shirley Hipp, Members answered the roll mil by telling what they plim lo do lor IJeltiT Homes week. The devotional was rivid by Mrs. V. U Dlwm und the poom, by Mis. doll' Clothing plnus were dlsnu;si'd by Mrs. J. T. Johns.' Miss Cutomnn iniidc » lulk on "Qimlriui and Sninli child Clothing" abe also ili.viissi'd I-IIK mitklng. liefri'shinonls u f , s „ „ ,| H , | c |,,. s rookies and Kiistcr candles were served with hot drinks. Thu next mcethii! will be nt thu 1101111' of .Mrs. E. Love on April 17. Vailiro (Huh Meets Twenty-two members of - the. Yinbio Home Demonstration club Including Mrs. /,oa Thompson, who htfs been spcndtntt some limn In Corn] Gables, Fin., mid two visitors MU'iidod n meeting of the Ynrbro Home Demonstration eliil) Tuesday, March ID, at. the home ol Mrs. Cornelius 0. ijclienier, Visitors were Mrs. ]•:. 8. Slsk nnd Mrs. E. J. Dopier. Tlie sons of the month, "Oh Susmimih", was .suni; by the group Ulcr which the home ilonionslrn- tloh club creed, was snld In unison, Mrs. Aluc-ii Ifolllngswoi'lh gave the clpTOtlciitn), Knch inciuber nns- werpd roll call by leilltiB vvliul jnonie.vi .she hnO jiinde In her spring Banlenlug. MS7 Gjicncer Bund), ynrd Ijn- piovement chairman, talked on "Improvements of Our I.uwiis nnd Mower l'huilln[i" after which Mrs. KOSS Moore rend n poeni. Mrs. c. J. Ltttie ami the hostess were proscntwl tilfts because the uieellni; was on their birthday n»rliiS the social hour, Mrs. A. H, Chapman (Uieetcd lhc games which woie won by Mrs. ito.ss Moore, Refreshments were served by the'3 hostess who was assisted by Mrs E. 8. Bisk, An Easter motif was " carried out. The next meeting will be April 2 at- the Jiomc of Mrs. Arch Utidsey. The Hundley-Page slots are fit- led Into the leading edges of wings to prevent Mailing. The slots Increase the lift at the curve oj 0>e wing by opening when the plans I'cnches u. .stalling point. Clliitoti Fryc Jr., u.- las les, Cnlif.. a nephew of Albert Walters ot Ynrbro, plnys the role of Bonnie, when a year old. nnd also as Melinite's baby In the show "Gone with the Wind" now play- Ing here. trip, the couple, will reside in Wilson. * + • Baptist Missionary Society Has Social Meeting Mrs. W. D. Wallace and Mrs. Bentoti Garrett were hostesses to 18 members of the Baptist Missionary society at the home of M;-s. Garrett Monday afternoon, sit fie j regulnr monthly social meeting. M-.'i W. P. Wilson, president, presided over the business session, nnd Mrs. Albert Greenwell, Mrs. O. M. Hill t ant! Mre. cash took part on the program. The hostesses served delicious refreshments during the social hour. Dr. N. B. Ellis is in Hot Springs, Ark., thh week for a vacation rest Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ludwig and children, nnd Mrs. P. R. Ludwig spent the Easter weokerd In Po,~n- liontas, Ark., as guests of the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Bnllz and family, Mr. and Mrs. E;irl Cross and son, Joe Ear! of West Memphis,- spent Sunday with their mother Mrs Eva Kerlln. It is reported by safety authorities that there would be fewer tmmc accidents at night If motorists would nick their lights before passing a car. Let GARLIC Help Fight Harmful Colon Bacteria put of sorts ! Harmful bacteria in aceumu- K>Ura7n St<! •"'""" '" y °"- r C "'°" """ b " hcnanrtioa BnJrftiiinrS!!. Try DEAHliORN fa G "Lr,a c ;rj;i^'T "^E-CJ VKKK irial mckncc. DANGERS OF HEMORRHOIDS Hemorrhoids do not and cannot correct themselves Rctiet from ointments is Illusive and temporary. Neglect, rcsulte In further and more serious mid dangerous condition* such ns cancer fis uln, nsstire, cryptitis, tiirombotfc piles, etc From these develop the following reflexes: nervousness, sleeplessness constipation, despondency, headache, back and leg ache etc. AH types of rectal diseases are taken cnre of In our office without hospitallzatlon. A i| accap ted cases giramnteed Main St. DRS. NIES & NIES I'bon 08 rutlrati When "Gone with the \V|nd" hm! its first showing In nlylhevlllo today there were several who hud n special Interest In the movie because they saw their young relative, Clinton Fryc Jr., in his first motion picture production. The little boy, who plays the role of Bonnie, daughter of Scur- a year old, and \r, a 11111,1 hoy when he plays the role of Melanle's young son, is tile nephew of Albert Wallers of Ynrbro whom he visited last summer. With his parents, Mr.'and Mrs. Fryc Sr, the onc-yenr-oli) boy spent some time at the Walters home where all of the family and friends were captivated by Ills beauty and charm, it was upon his return to his home'In Los Angeles thai his pnrenls decided to seek n role in the famous film which has uLso brought small fame lo the baby. Because of hts "acting" hi "Gone with the Wind" he was given u role In "My Son, My Son" ami das been called for work In the "Meeting Human Needs In a Modern Democracy" was the sub- Ject of the program presented by Mrs. Raymond Johnson nt the meeting of the Business and Pro• lejvSiunnt Wpnun.-, ,c.u<j U:;( iiigiii at her home. In discussing her subject, Mrs, Johnson made mention nf the tenement house project, the 50th anniversary of this Hull House, the city government plan being tried In New Jersey, and other plans being tried lo nick "human" needs. Miss Ada Boyd became n new member of the group at the meeting. Miss Dorothy Jordan was n guest After the business session presided over by Miss Marie Hnrntsh, hearts were played. High score prize went to Miss Louise Simon, and second high to Miss Jordan. The hostess served n dessert course of ambrosia and angel food cake to the nlnu members, . '.A new tcchlncal gadget for use of automotive technicians was recently designed. The meter shows the number of miles traveled per gallon of casollne, taking Into consideration the temperature, winds, Uming, speed, load, etc. The reason REEI.FOOT SAUSAGE is belter Ihnn oilier sausage Is because of the special attention given It In using choice cuts of pork, nml the uniform seasoning and grinding puts 11 In a class nil by Itself. Made by— REYNOLDS PACKING COMPANY UNION CITY, TENNESSEE Low Rates Long Terms Prompt Inspections ui Prepayment Privileges FARM LOANS Wilson and Worthington First National Bank Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. Authorized MortjHe I.^n Sollcltot, for The Prudential insurance Company or AmerKu Make Iht. your year for a health vacation ID (Jnclo Sam'i oldeel National Patfc. CLARENCE H. WILSON RAY WORTHINGTON The World Bows to a WELL Man With health all othor rlchfla in lile quickly follow. Health, oltonttmei, ii only a matlor of precaution. Th» world-famouB ipiinqi la Hot Spi)ng, National Park have their own way ,ol ie,«lorln.7 aneigy-ol bringing relief to«u(loiD« ol vail- oui atlmenU. And what a joy it ig to take • course of these body, building baths. The Holel Majaslic ha» 1U own U. S. Government supervised bath home right under tie same toofot the hotel whor> guosU may proceed to and from Itoir rooms 'o th« bath, in robes ajid slippers. Trained atlanddDts know your need« and provide ovary caro. Com* >t any lirao in Iho yoar. Come now to protect your health. DO AS UNCLE SAM DOES Uncle Som »o Iore« Hot Sprinyt thai "• »WM and conlroU lh> f<rmoui wtrtef trad dltptmtt II caiolully lo Jn^e who «««k health. Ho hoi built kl « oirn qlant Amy and Ka»y hoe. P'lol h»r« for L'«o!rao=l ol hii Tel- new. Uncle Sam lake* no chances— »• Puta health Dr»l-ln Hot Spring!. Write for Descriptive Literature, AMreis HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK MAJESTIC "OlEL. APAHTMEfTO & BATHS Pull the Trigger on Constipation, and Pepsin-izeAcidStomachToo When contttintion briiiRs on ncld iiuli- ucnl ion, lilontuiK, dizzy spdh. tan cmlixl (OIIRHC,«nir lasle.'mul had breath, ymir etomncli |H iirnbnlily luaditl up wltli ci>r- laiiiiiiiili(;L'sleiUiKxlnii<lyoiirlwivi;l3(lon't move, ho yon nucd told IVjwIn lo lieli) break up fast tliat rich uiul!ntstc<l food In yoiirstomacli, nnd l.iiKitiveKciiiiato mill the. lugger on those lazy bowels. Su lie ?i'- lr i c W r ln!(:ilivc »' 5 ° contalua Pepsin. 1 like Ur. CiiMwcll'B l-ixalivc, bemuse lu Syrup l-f|>siii lielpn you win 11,,-u w «n- ucrlulslniniiclicoimoi I, wliilclliisLixattvc bcnna moves your tavch. I'esls prove thu (xnvcrni I'i'iislii lodissolvc those lumps uf JiiuliKcslcd protein fowl wViIclumiy Iliiiicr m yourstoiiiacli. lorause UclcliiiiK, Kaslric jicKiity and nausea, 'i'liia in liow (icpsln- izuiK yoiirstonmch)iel|>3rclicvu it of such distress. At lliutuimc, lime Hill iiialkine wnk<!3 up lazy nerves anil muscle* in your »ivelslort'licvcyoiircomtir>,it!on.S<>3«-' huw much hi'Ucr yon fc.ll by lakuiK tlic laxative Iliat also puia I'eps'ui to wink on (hat moiirnch <lisconifurt, ton. Kvm (j,,. Icky cliiliirai love to tastu this plwi.wnl fiuully laxative, lluy Dr. Caklwcll'R l.aK- ativc—Senna with Syniu IVmiii at your driiRgist lulayl. • . . . • See the New ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR With 7 Zones of Refrigeration Now On Display at GAY £ BILLINGS, Inc. Opposite .Frisco Freight i)t>i>ni HOW MUCH BETTER THIS WILL LOOK NEXT FALL While you're pultjiiK in .viair crops ilurinif lhc npst few months, yotir mind tuny lioltl ;t pii'dire <tf (lie fields fis they will look ncxl (''nil at hnrvesl time. fitil hefore (ItoHt- crops are tiiitrkeletl tunny expenses will have to he met—for supplies, ialmr, rerlili/.er, equipment.' This bunk offers Production Loans lo lake ewe of lhc operating; expenses while yoti are mtikinR yotir croo. The interest nife is reasonable ami the loans arc repaid in lhc Kali when the crops are sold. We welcome applications. COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE 1. Crop Production Loans 2, Checking Accounts !!. Savings Accounts •1. Personal Loans 5. New Car Financing (>. K.H.A. Tide 2 Loans 7. Commercial Loans THE FIRST NATIONAL, BANK IN BLYtHEVILLE MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

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