The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1940 · Page 6
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April 10, 1940

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAQE SIX How To Go Over Bis;'In Som.li America York. May Jill, Oct. lice. ! Jiin. Mar. .» S7J own high low dose clasc 1072 lira ma inn \<m 1048 lout my mx im 001 m !18I 877 <jrj8 oar. !»84 077 <JB4 OBI 084 'jsi 071 This Car Runs On and On OW im <I7| 1 New Orleans Cotton open hiiji, j ow Ct0so C0 Miiy . 1082 1088 1070 108<i )08 , J»l. . 1057 1058 1&52 1008 105 OCL. . 1002 1002 898 1002 100 Dec, . 080 083 480 988 <J8 JJUi. . 880 flfH (Ml) 984 < AJiir. . 975 975 971 074 JJ7 Chicaao Wheat nfxn High low clo'i- May 107 107 1-4 1065-8 1UC7-U July Ifjfi 1-4 )U07-S IMS' IOC 1-4 Chicago Corn "Pen high io w t | 0 . ; ,. Mny 577-8 59 I--1 ri77-8 (,0^.4 July all 1-2 (10 1-4 591-4 Cftll-4 Stock Prices , f, T P ^el bu, 0 » iV swell, but Hollywood women '" " arc loo fmil. " e rcport * th " ir vcr ' U ' H Down S(m tl, Amerlcn way, ll,cy like llicir screen ) m -o- . , - , "'*• S ° y ° 11 '" k " OW Wllat V**" ">""><• - "" ^ tins composite photo, witli heads of some of our most diarmlny slnrs mounted on henvyweighl figures Y«,11 imrtty rceo 8 ni,e. left to right: Hod, U,m«r: Vivien u^h; An,, Sl^UInn; CrT clonnn' Ginger Rogers. Farley's Hal Is In The 0 That's James A. .Farley's hiu In (he rlng-wlilch makes prclly definite .Ills previously expressed "willingness" to accept (lie Democratic Presidential nomination. Lending the anuunl Columbia Tenn., Mule Day parade, the Postmaster General ilefO spied n chalked ring on (lie streel—nncl zip! went his topper. Typing Teams Of U. S., Canada To Meet Again TORONTO, Out, (UP)—American urn! Cuiin<iiaii teams will com- [ii'to for I ho International lype- wrltlng innrnllion trophy here from Anif. 23 to Sept, 7, the Cnnnclinn Nnlimiiil Exhibition 1ms anmmnceii. Any typist hi C'niuidn may compete for H plnce on the 12-mcinbpr Cnniulinn National Typing Team which will seek to recapture the trophy now held by Americans. At»l every typist. In the United I Slates, except members of last, I year's winning mnrnthoy team. Is eligible for United Stales team. Members or both teams will be chosen in open competition In 12 elimination contests conducted before Any. I In ns tunny cities In ench country. As » lest of the relative speed, accuracy and endurance of "nver- aee'' Canadian and United suites typists, (hp marathon consists ot continuous doy-mul-nlelil. typing for 32-1 hours from the exhibition's opening until Us close. Uisl year, Shakespeare's complete works was the copy competitively transacted. The Americans pounded out. l,G(M,flflH words and the Cnnadlnns J.CHOM wards A T & T Am Tobacco Anaconda Copper . Belli Sioel Chrysler ' Cities Service ...... Coca Cola ........ ] ' General Electric General Motors .. lut Harvester' MoiHgOinery Ward N V Central North Am Aviation Packard ..... '' 174 00 r>-a :n 1-4 81 1-4 87 1-4 5 1-4 127 1-2 'M 1-8 64 1-2 57 1-8 54 1-4 17 1-8 24 7-8 'J r Q J iJ-D Radio .................. ,, !_, Republic atecl ____ .... . . . ' 22 Sorony Vaciiuui ....... " ^| •,_., .-.tuclebaker '" Standard Oil N J ......• « 7-a Texas .Corp '" U S. Steel Italy's gasoline rationing needn't bolhtrHhe owner or Oils n fiw midget «r. it gets 105 miles to the gallon or gas. Tanks empty, u goe.s -raven hours more on n battery. Haltory- dead, it ) ws pedals, );y which (i.iv- ers foot-power tan run It iiulennitely. Alu! , ns p i clwel i a C(ll| ur Picked up and "gataiseil" In Ihe vestibule at night, car iwis recently i'cvelo ) wd by 18-yrar-old NfareeJJo Cieli In Rome Italy Begin Serving Terras For Criminal Offenses Ten men mid Die Wo women irisonei.s of (lie eighteen sentenced at the circuit court, term ending his week wore taken to prison yes- eiday and the other six men will uo j-cinorcd .tomorrov/. A smnll tniok from (lie stslc icnltcntlflry came for some of (lie nen and will return Imiorrow for the rcmninder. The two women .'•ore tnken over by Raymond Bo'""', deputy sheriff, valh Mrs Irene Walker going to ih c stale jKnlieiittaiy on a ytur .spjitonte for fcncenllng the dOiilli of an Infant and Mary oillis going to Uie slate I'efonnaloiy lor a year sentence on u charge of grand larceny. Doth institutions arc at Alexandrin, Ail-, "ear uuie Ftock. J. L. GUARD Optometrist Only f.raduatc Optometrist In BIythcvllle. Glasses Fitted Correcfly WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 194C I linilelv delenndied COURTS 1,7(10,000,000 1 >TBIS. Fred Began, of Caraway, who has been charged with disusing of mortgaged properly, was granted n continuance in municipal court today until Saturday. He is alleged lo have traded an automobile, upon which there wns a mortgage. Held in Jail since his arrest he was returned to jail when the case was continued. Oldest Known Rocks South Dakota and Manitoba have the-oldest rocks thus far known lo geologists. The nge of Ihe rocks in these two sections has been de- WAHN1NG OKDEK IN THE CHANCERY COURT OP CHICK ASAWBA D I S T R ICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS. Ruby Miller. PJniiUifr vs. No. 7175 Eddie Miller. Defendant. The defendant. Fxldir Miller is warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof nnd answer the complaint of the plaintin Ruby Miller. 19« atC<I UllS 1Q d!>y Ot March> HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk By Elizabeth BIythe, D C Claude P. Cooper, Atty. for pllf Percy A. Wright. Atty. ad Ijtem. 20-27-3-10 "Glass Snakes" So-called "glass Are l,i/:in!s snakes" really Livestock BAST ST. LOUIS, III., A| , r H (UP)-Hogs: 12,600-10,000 TOI). 5,'J5 170-230 Ihs.. 5.10-5.20 HO-1GO 1I)S., ll.25-4.25 Uulk sows, 4.25-4.80 Cattle: 2,850 2,800 Slccrs, 7.90-9.70 Slaughter steers, 6,50-11.25 Mixed yenrlint's, heifers. 0.00-1000 -:au3hter heifers, 6.50-10.00 Beef cows, 5,25-6.25 Cutters and low cutters, 3.50-5.00 During an annual pagan festival on the isle of Cheung Chan, off the Chlnn const. lm BO pillars of bread 15 lo 25 feet high, are built. livcs believe ealing a piece from one of these pillars insures them ngnlrsl stomach troubla for an.en- tire year. The loaves arc knoy/n as Shanii Panu. Three Seasons are Three Reasons /or Gulfweight , Oijhlsiumis. Covered in hard, shlnelc-llfco plntes, their hnbit or breaking lo piece.? 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Going "fvvo pocks at a time" because Chesterfield is today's definitely milder, cooler-smoking, better-tasting cigarette These three qualities—MUDNESS, COOLNESS, TASTE... are the sum and substance of real smoking pleasure. \£%te^ You enjoy all three in Chester- J^ / /V/H fldd ' s ri £ ht combination of the .MMO/lf. * world's best cigarette tobaccos. »^%>, ' ^. ,. * At over a million places where cigarettes are sold you can see these clean white Chesterfield packages going into more pockets and more handbags every day. All over the country smokers are finding out yon can't buy a better cigarette. , TiV MVIIJ TOBKCO CO, Today's DEFINITELY MILDER, Cooler-Sjmkh^ Kettcr-TasllnS Cigarette HMT SCHAFFNER SMARX Spring, Summer, Fall— where is the suit that weathers them all ? It's here! It's Gulfweight! . It's Hart Schaflner & Marx' solution to the light- icgular-vveiglit suit problem. For Gulfweight is a suit tailored of superfine lightweight worsteds that are about three ounces ligliter, per yard, than the fabrics usually used in regular- weight clothing. That's why Gulfweight is the one suit you can put on and wear in comfort cm)' iky from April until October. An entire Gulfweight suit weighs only 48 ounces yet Gulfweight is not a "summer suit"—for it look's like a business suit—and is the ideal three- season garment for most men! IN AH COLORS, PATTERNS AND MODELS $ 3O $ 37 50 MEAD'S 315 MAIN 315

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