The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 15, 1930
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER is, mo BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Those LaFollettes in Wisconsin dial which tolls the time of day. Another feature is dcvrwd to a •planetarium' nn<i another is a globe j for showing the phases of the i moon;- Movable •-figures, strike " 1C I quarter hour. ! A feufe of Christ Is In (lie high- i est compartment. Eaoli, day at ii'en a procesiion of the Apostles pibu'j before him: while a. cock, irjrci:cd above, api^ars and llajw Its wings niut crows three limJs.' The Prolestant church ol St. Thomas Is Minuted southwest of Hie cathedral. It is a Romanesque I'.Mil 'Gothic edifice begun about HOC- A!.v; near the cathedral Is 13:? old episcopal palace UTJ1-41), • i-.;cr:iti:icd with the Humans, and | ntw cmnriinint' the municiiml art. museum. I Pennsylvanian Dies Aiier. Claiming Legacy | FUANKLIN, Pa. (UP)—John W. Raymond, 10-year-old Mi.sioula. .Mont., rancher, who came here to , claim a $10,000 bequest alter a :IO years' absence, a^d who was. declared dead in 1025, died a month | after his im-lva! here. '^ I^u^ljipa to> Build- Capitol in Modern .Spirit PAGE.THREE Rayincnd left Franklin in 1900.! ' l.'4-ii ilia new stale capitol of Loulflnnn Is creeled In Dalnn HmiM It will lack ilio coiiretitlonal donia Mid RM>iai'i rulumns ami rise by slorh-s like Hie moiloin office liwlcltiig. The snmlo clmuihor of tho new unto IHHIM. with Its striking Corinthian columns. If shown In the above nrcli!tcct'» ikttch ., . . . , , . lhhed - bl " lle tilecl ccivccl tllc bequest. He returned last September 23, but -had lo \« taken from a train and | remove;! to ir hospital. ' Tlie Vcnungo County couru , ----- — — • • .changed Its order of "legally .-lead 11 '! CHESTER, Bug. (UP)— Only .and hLs claim was definitely estab- whorl pjltce slopped him did a doc- before he re- . lor's patient, know he had walked i about (o rhours with a radium nec- dlu- worth J5.000 In his nose. lie.-ul Courier News Want Ads. ONE KNCiINK A .WKKK I.ONIDON. <UI>)—Twenty railway cnxlucs M'clglilnK.127 lous each have been turned out of a faclory here nL Ihe rnle of one a week. CORONER DEATH ;W1TNESS I GROL GUARDS DEPUTIES WEYMOUTH. tUPl-Cyroner. O..I-DUBLIN. tUP)-To protect dep- ' : I. Symes was Hie chjef witness at Milks from frull peela, etc a grille tin, automotive death Inquiry con-iHs to be .erected In front of the ducted by his father,- G. P. Symes, ^public gallery In the Dall Elreann' lepuly coroner, here. 1 '. ' clmmber. WOMKN HUJI.I) BUNGALOW HEARSES QUISKI.EY, (UP)-Mrs, El- HULL.Eng. (UP)-liiiaeriiKers sic ArmLslcnd tind her Uo daugh- have refused lo supply hearses for crs have built a four-roomed bun-1 paupers' funerals because the city ;alow near here, during their spare I employs direct and not contracted line. labor to make coffins. If Governor ana senator, Hie Brothers LaFollelte will hold the p 01 "- ical stage in Wisconsin new as Republican Progressives. Above yo'.i see Senator Bob L-aFollctte. lefl. r.ncl novc-nicr-elcct Phil''ol- letlc in a recent clcscup; Mo'.v. Phil rcacllnj ted-time stories to his youngsters, Judith and Robert M. LaKollHiC III. probably lell- ing them t.iat Die Conservatives may get them if they don'l watch out. Sober 5 Years, Gets $1,900,000 1 By keeping a day-by-d'iy record of his !:!D ro r i:ve» years, and prcving that for the last live years he has stayed soter, Vincent Kerens. 54-year-old broker of Chicago and Dallas, has won an estate of 51.900,000 left- by his fjl'icr. llu Inte Rich?.rd C. Kerens, former ambassador to Austria-Hungary. The father's will stipulated that Kerens must live n life of "sotnrty r.nii i;OL>d bcliavior" for five years before the bcqu&t, could to his. Kerens is shown here with his wife. Marvelous Clock Lures Tourists to Ancient Stragsluire Cathedral H.v NEA Service Picturesque old Strnssburg. with its crooked streets, ancient houses and frequent specimens r,f pure tncd'ovnl architecture, is perl'.a;]?, best known for it.") beautiful old cnihr.lral. ; The cathedral \vas begun in 1015.' The north to'.ver. 465 feet in height, and one of the talhst syires in Europe, was finished in 1435. The .Romanesque choir dates from 1176, the splendid Gothic nave frc-m 12jO | to 1260; the facade was completed In 1365, except the upper part j ami :-pire \raich date frcm 1429 to !«!> ! The remarkable facade, the work of Erivin von Eteiiibnch, with its ' galleries and rosj window, especi- j ally command admiration. j In th? cathedral is a fanrus old: astronomical clock, a mechanical 1 wonder that lias probably stiire.i: more interest in tho minds of tour- •• ists than all the architectural mar- ; vclH of the cathedral itself. ' Tiw clock is 30 feet high r.nrt 15 feet at the base. On one side "f the main p:rtion is a night of winding Elairs, surmounted by five columns. On the other side is a Gothic, pillar, the panels of which nro filled with figure paintings. : At the base k n celestial globe. .indicating sidereal time, and stw.v-.' ing the rising, pnssing over the meridian of Sirabsburg. and set-, ting of all stars ;hat appear atov.?: ti:2 h-.rizc-n. visible to the naked i eye. ; A statue of Apollo point:' out the day. of Ihe month. The calendar 15 in the form rf an annular- hand and shews many oth:r as-' tronomlcal events besides the dayj i it i i m $ I 1 I 1 s 1 I i •>:-.1 I 11 The Cathedral at Strassburg fl}' cf the month- [<ijv. Above, the calendar arc figures \f\ dr.iv.-n In chariots, one appcnrin^ •">;•/ c.-ich day. tincl above this b the .(£•':; in any language SUPERIOR COAL CO. Cherry & Railroadl_ Phone TUESDAY IS THE DAY You'H Want to Be part of the Picture this Year Admission Is Absolutely Free If you Jiave nol attended The Courier News' Cooking and Home-Making Schools iu the past you have missed-the •big events of the years; hut an opportunity is being offered you again this year-ami surely you'll want to attend every session. And, as before, it will he held at .the City Hall Auditorium. There will he a four-day program, eousisting of four lectures 'and actual demonstrations. If you are interested in making your home-making a simpler and more efficient task, plan to come to all the sessions . . . and come with pen and pad, prepared lo take notes, for you'll hear and see things that you'll want to remember again a n d again. You'll witness the preparation of lots of new recipes-new meat dishes, delicious vegetables fixed ,-. differently, spicy salads and good desserts. You'll see demonstrated the latest devices for simplifying housework, so that you'll have more time for leisure. And you'll learn them from a noted lecturer and demonstrator, Mrs. Myra Dougan, one of America's foremost homeinaking experts. . She will also include in her school here the various simple methods of determining the nutritive values of food ond just what constitutes well-balanced diets. She will show you how to make your meals interesting as well as full of the nourishment required to maintain a standard of good health. You'll learn so many interesting things about the art of cooking and housekeeping that you've never known before. Tuesday Afternoon, November 18th. Wednesday Afternoon, November 19th. Thursday Afternoon, November 20th. Friday Afternoon, November 21st. Be sure to take advantage of this great opportunity to learn from this successful expert by coining to as many sessions as you possibly can. Mark your calendar now... and save these days. Admis- ion, of course, is absolutely free. A Courtesy to the Women Readers of COURIER NEWS r t- I'i I' t; vK in w S? I i « 1 i i I i ,V«N

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