The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 14, 1939
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1939 BTATHEVILLE, (AfiTC.V COURIER NEWS tA'GE THREE As Blytheville Kiwanis Club Received Charter k leuorcs Scarecrow Imlse n gni'iton nt his rancor sla- FliAGSTAPP, Ariz. UJI>>—Forest, tlou in Lonn Vullvy arc nil Inviilu. r Hill llrowji's Pllorls' to Even u sciuwrow. lumculs Drown, won't scfii'o nwny rm elk, Ho snlil cvory tlnio lie plonli n Bunion Uic i.-lk Uont him to the hnimt. In MJITM ^scctlorv; 'of the 'lIa- A , walltin Islands, wild raspbcriies ,grow as large as golf halls. Kirby Drug —Courier News jiliolo Kiwnnlnns from many cities gathered litre Monday night when the newly organized Blylhcvillc Klwnnls club received Us charter iium Kiwanls International The Inset .shows Dr. Charles Holman of St. Ifluis, Klwiuils International trustee, handing the club's charter to C. M. Buck president of the local club. Officials of Knvanis who gathered around as the charter was presented, (in the principal picture) me. left to right- Earl Allen president of the Sikcston club; A. F. Dietrich, chairman of the program committee of the Blytlicvlllc club; Dr. Hoi- ,. .an L S Bcnish secretary-treasurer of the local club; O. D. FDIlock jr., vice president of the local club; Mr. Buck, Evan W. Carroll of ". Memphis Tenn club toastmaslcr- Lonnic Slnndley of Slkeston, lieiit :nuia governor of Mo-Knn-Ark district; George W. Kirk of Slkeston,.'. district, treasurer; Fred Mickllsh. Jonesboro club president; Dr. B. U McMiilllng, district secretary; Je«iC B Stilt, chairman house committeo of local club. Broadway Perfor m a n c e For Saualus Fund To Be June 21 Urge :? Number .Of Wall ^ '' Treatments Are c 'Available Funds for work of this nature are available at qualified lending institutions under the Property Improvement Credit Plan of the Federal Housing Administration. There should also be plenty of heat in the hallway; as In the case of other rcoms. adequate heat is one of the prime essentials of home comfort. BY HARTZRUj United Press SlaiT Correspomlbnt NEW YORK. .Tune 17 (UP) — | Artists of stage, radio, niul screen | will perform for charity here on June 21 at the trig Center theater in Rockefeller Plaza, in a benefit for widows and orphans of victims of tlie submarine Squalus disaster. For a week New York columnists have been boosting the show, and 20 of Broadway's most tal- enteri actors will appear. But that's only half the story. Behind it is the story of the way a good will enterprise builds up of its own momentum once it is given a push in the right direction. Idea Advanced on Slay 2G The show nrobahly will he the biggest benefit of the year. It all started ns a hapuy inspiration bv Hy Gardner, columnist for the Brooklyn Eagle, concluding his column for May 26. when the disaster was still in headlines, Gardner suggested "the biggest benefit New York ever saw" to raise money for Scnialus victims. The day the column appeared, Gardner received 15 telephone calls from radio, screen and st.iBO stare, offering their services. That in itself was news, for Broailwav dislikes benefits. Walter Winchell commended the plan. In another 24 hours every'topflight columnist in Now York had offered to help. The list included Louis Sobol. Dnnlon Walker. Leonard Lyons, Georse Ross, Ted Friend, Jimmy Jcmail. Alton Cook, Dan Parker, and others from newsrxipers, magazines, sports and radio. With this support the benefit shaped up rapidly. Alan Corelll. & executive secretary of the Theater | ^ Authority, announced he would : waive tlie usual 15 per cent levied against all benefit performances for the Actors' Fund. Union Members Aid Musicians and stagehand unions volunteered to work free. Cab Calloway offered his orchestra. Bill Robinson offered his dancing feel. A dozen night clubs invited Gardner to take any acts he wanted from their reviles. Broadway supported the Idea so wholeheartedly that official recognition was not difficult to obtain. The Navy's Bureau of Navigation authorized the benefit providing no ' Squalus survivors were used as performers in ihe show. All that was needed then was An stage. Here luck played a part. "'John Kenneth Hyatt, managing director of the Center theater, formerly was a naval officer. He donated the theater and a complete stage crew. Broadway hopes the benefit wll raise $7,000. It will be turned over to the Navy Relief Society lo distribution to Uie Squalus be rcaved. Too infrequently the home owner I 'nsks himself what sort of impression the hallway makes. Important because it is the first part of the interior of the house which meets the eye of Ihe visitor, tlie hallway all tco often is cold, reserved, and somewat gloomy. Most decorators and builders agree that regardless of whether the hall is large or small it should be arranged to introduce the home ta its best advantage. There are a large number of wall treatments available lo the home ouner for use in hallways. Pleas- ilia, colorful designs and patterns are produced on wall coverings that are waterproof and washable. Paneled and wainscDled walls are sometimes practical. Floors which have been resurfaced and waxed can add immeasurably to the appeal of a room, while rubber or tile Iloors are often adaptable to the hallway. 1,000-Milc Cycle Kccord Set CANBERRA, Australia (UP) —A new world's 1,000-mile bicycle record has been established here by Hubert O p p e r in a n, Australia's cadiny endurance exponent. His time for the 1,000 miles was 02 lours 37VJ minutes, shattering the previous record by 7 hours 21^ minutes. • • • Ererything for your enter tainment and comfort. Watch Society Page , Of Courier News Ftr Free Show GaesU Weds. - Thurs. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wilhfflit Calomel—And You'll Jump Out of M ta |he Moriuag Ruta* (a Ga Tho liver should rour out two pounds of lltiulcl bile into your bowels daily, I f Ihia bile is not (low) UK freely, your (ooddoesn't diEesL It just decays in the liowfls. Gas bloats tip j^our stomach. You get constipated- Your .vliolc system la potsoncil on J you feel aour, sank and t)ic world looks punk. A mere bowel movement doesn't get M tiic cause. It takes those good, old Carter's LUtlc Liver Pills to cct these two pounds of liile flou-fnc freely nnd make you feel "up and up." Harmless, gentle, yet amfit- Ins (n mnkinn bile flow freely. Aak for Carter's I.iUlft LiverPiMs by nnme. 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