The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 23, 1930
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WEDNESDAY. ,n.u.Y (ARK.) COURHilR-'SEiiVS PAGE THREK Will Demand Official Probe Says Johnson; Pecan Point Visited Today. MEMPHIS, July 23. iUP)-Dis- .'.aiisfnctlon or one member o[ til hciise flood control committee v. p U:i Hie work of aimy engineers i.: clinrge of Mississippi vnltey flood control work and Lie committee-'' disapproval of Oic conduct of UK United Stales district attorney til New Oilcans may lead ID ollicl.v action, H v.ns indicated today. Tho committee arrived late yes- terciay nfier hearings al Me] I'.'.-God Ark., a river ]X>liii south of here. Cangicssmnn Jed Johnson of Ok- lalioma said he would call for ! coiijire.'isional investigation of thi engineers und wivii ether conmiil leu members criticized K. E. Tulbo: district attorney at New Orleans. "If llic prvsciu committee docsn' l-Live t'iie ixnver to make an invcs lit.ntmn the next session of con cress will orde:- the |ircbc." Con hressman Johnson said. Jolm.son s.aid nrmy officers » p pre iirrcynnl nnd had misrepresented iGets to congressional committees und had revealed selflsii motives in administering flood control nlnm jQueslion Wilby Tuday Talbol was crlticiml for callinf the committee's investigation a "junket," an-J for finding fault with their work. Lt. Col. P. B. Wilby in charge of construction in the Memphis dis- liict. will appear before an investigating committee today which is considering the Talbol attack. H liss been called also to inform the committee what has been done since work started on flood control. The committee met with local .b'jsjncss leaders today after completing inspection of work near Pecan Point, Ark. The delegation was entertained yesterday noon at a civic luncheon HI Helena. Driver Praised Evc-iy visiting congressman, including rivnl" partisans, paid a hi«l tribute to Judge W. J. Driver—to his ability as a legislator. Iris hard work In obtaining recognition Arkansas' claims for flood pro lion und "the sterling qualities tha mark him as a leader in til house." Leaving Helena by train, th committee continued Us journey I Memphis. En route they heard W H. Dick, president of the MUsissip pi River Flood Control associatlor and Hurry N. Pharr. chief enginee of the St. Francis Levee board .itline proposed flood protection i the 3,1. Francis Iwsln. Leaving Methphts enrly lomor- mv tnornlng, the committee's ten- ntivo schedule follows: northward hroiigh Ripley, Dyersburg ami lei Reelfoot lake for luncheon, in he alternoon the congressmen wll! •o to Hlckmon, Ky., then by boat o New Madrid, Mo., visiting thr Bird's Point-New Madrid floodway. and spsnd the night at Cartithers- ;ille. Friday morning they will go .hrough the Si. Francis basin, vis- .UiiB Kennctt, Maklen. Sik»ston and other Missouri towns, and v;l! each Cairo, 111., that night. Saturday they will insect flood control «jrk In the vicinity of Cairo, tiiid to Cap? Girardeau for a ban miel tint night thai' will terminal? the trip. Vardwell. A'off.s I'll Be'Governor Some Day Says' Harney MeGdiee Thursday night about 8 o'clock 'lie small son of J. E. Summitt was : njured when hit by a car driven 'vi L. C. Hauglin of Cardwell. The 'liild dashed into llic street in front f the oar and was knocked down uslaining scratches and bruises. Miss Iln Garner rf Paragonld is -pending ihe week with her broth- -r. Hay Garner, at Boynlon. Sol Steinberg left Saturday niglv 'or Si. I.ouis. Ueroy Risk of Cardwell left Mon- 'ay mnrniiiR for Sharr.n, Tenn. where he will join the Joe. Pitt: *ow. He was accompanied by Jo Pitts and Roy Clark, the taller an .her local boy wh'. is comedian ith the show. The Hornei-sville baseball and innis teams defeated Cardwell ere Fiday. The score of the base- al game was 9 to C. At tennis, the iomersville girls' team defeated ardwell In two straight sets. Raymond Williams rf Maiden pent Sunday here visiting his par- nls and friends. Superintendent. Summitt a.nd oach Chaney of Cardwell atlend- d a meeting of ihe superintend- nts and coaches of Arbyrd, Hor- lersville and Senath and organia- d a baseball league open io high chools having summer terms. Each earn will play two games a week until each team has played twelve imps. Mr. ami Mrs. Gilbert Smith of Eenath were visitors in Cardwell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson Jewel Turner, James Anderson Margaret Dale Anderson and Max Graber spent Sunday afternoon In Carulhcrsville visiting Mrs! John Anderson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jones of Bu- ccda were visitors of Dick Jones Sunday. Harney M. McOehcc . . . nev JH a train until he was 15. > i . foot-never saw a. ttalu until I was 15 years old nnd wus almost grown before 1 learned that Republicans wert; human like oilier people. "I have farmed with a double shovel ai'.d (ieovgla stork tmd plowed ait old mule. 10 years old, In new-ground without 'cussing'—have taught, school—preached ami practiced Inw nnd am a first-class mechanic, having worked, a right smart around a sorghum mill. "I came lo Crawford county five years ago and have since been elected 10 (he legislature twice and been operated "') for appendicitis. "Last year 1 married (he fines! lilll* girl In Oklahoma and we nre living happily together in Van Buren. "I want (he office because I cm- make a living O'.il of It and 1 will I piomise'. if elected.- : to iunke tilings ! so waim for crooks and Inw vlo 1 latots of all kinds that they will j think lu-lt ain'i -10 feel iroin llie ! courthouse. I "I dxpect to spend (he time be- j tv.een now and (he election, Aug .-1'2. klssins the tables, bragging 01 j ihe women's conking, compliment| I UK the farmets on their crops ant ;. warming lhlng» up for my oppo I ncnls." When h'j isn't warming tilings in i for his opponents, McCiehec. jus i 28. engages in legal practice nl Vai | Buren, his home. He is .serving hi j second two-year term in the Ar I kansas legislature and has also bcei. I a chamauqua lecturer. | Even in the fulrry of a hot po: lllical ligh'. McOeliee. former niln- | ister, has this lo say of religion: | "Men wrangle for religion; wriw I for it; fight for it; die for it—any- J thine but live for it. i "I'll carry all three counties with i an overwhelming vole, and I'll be I governor of Arkansas some day not I far distant." McGehee says, confl- j dently. A tint-tin Arl/lo l-/-w T oi-.«/^l /XlJcllllU /VllUh IO JjallKvJ ! Flames iravcllne al a speed of The Supreme Court of Now Tea- • ] 21,1)00 miles nn hour have been ac- I land recenlly decided thai the. uw jCinalety photographed with a new of vending machines does not vb- , KnglLsli cnmi'ra (hat Is electrically I Inlc ihe law regulating the closing ' o|x>rnli'd. ' hours of stores. HAVE YOU HEARD?-- Atli'iiin. Oa., tlie show plaiv of Holjljy Jtmr.s' golfing troplilc.s. I'.un- td anolht-r national honor whrji Bryan Ciriint jr.. youthful t\:A K ] t - Imr <>'. tin: KOlflng empeioi. uun the Katiuiia! Clay Com Is tennis chnmpionsbip at Ksinsas City sutli a U-'J. 4-C, (j-?. 0--1 victory over Wilbur r. J Junior) Coen, prti'.ei-.e ol Gia Hill Tllden. Grant's victory was in the nature of an up.U'l. al- thtni«i!i tlie young Allantan played slca<i:ly mid metliodiciilly lo take artvaniaKc uf innncrous criur:; bv Com doe I inn's cnly larger. You .sli|j ne»'-paiicr in front of the center y. behind the two side ones, and '.lien (here Is ft little brace in fro: 1 .; of the center. 'lilt;;; .slant backward slightly so thai yen can read with perfect ease. In addition to luxurious comfort they give, there also Is 1 a certain thrill of pleasure in finding lie paper nl! MI lor you! too-, not tip. these racks look much I iki- mi- menu holders in icslaii- KEA HIIYAX (JI1ANT, Jit. Read Courier News Want Ai'.s. Oiirgri!(it«nt offering.. . same quality, stylo, fitting 11» usual... now \\\\\ ^ f ew * l y h * 89 - 83 C. D. HUGHE/ & CC. Will "Make Bootleggers, Think Hell Ain't 40 Feet \ from Courthouse." | The sale will begin Friday, July 25th, and continue for ten days. The dealer is using this method of selling his used cars in order to clear his entire stock of used cars before the fall buying season of N'?w Calls begins. Display room open every night.—Adv. By NKA (Service PARIS, Ark.—Aii Arkansas hill billy, who "outran the dogs on Sunday morning to keep from having my lace washed." is stirring things up around here in a vigorous race •for prosecuting attorney of Logon. Franklin and Crawford counties. Harney M. McGehee. attorney and ordained minister, is seeking the position on an unusual platform. McGehee. a Democrat, announces his candidacy as follows: "I am an Arkansas hill-billy, born and raised in the Boston mountains, north of Ozark. I outran the noijs'on Sunday morning to keep from having my face washed—did my sparfcihg bare-footed and on I You can start the day or cvenln right for Dad. the husband, your self or guests by having their fa voritc newspaper all set before thei places in one of the new readin racks. Made witii a weighted base tha COHX CHOI- INCREASE SPRINGFIELD, III. (UPl-All In- rcase of slightly more than 4U,- OOO.tM) bushels in llllnoiM corn pro- luciion this year as compared with he output of a year ago was forecast in t!ie monthly state crop rc- )ort of observers for the Stale anil Federal Departments of Agricul- luie hrrc. Read Courier News Want Ads BOILS .A HE9LTO Ct'HNIGKT , Hop* tula ii-itiaity. Heilt WQfit [toil uTirn!|hl, (in C*rboll fcoa druulil. tod pain qjlci. BoLJi riniih ia Qjlckest time ever ktnKo. THEY GAVE A newThrill THAT'S WHY THEY GOT THERE ••• SO QUICKLY To the Citizens and Voters of Mississippi County I am a candidate for Circuit Clerk lo be voted on uf the Deniucralic I nmary August Ihe 12fh, and lake this means of earnestly soliciting your support at that time. 1 have served as deputy Circuit Clerk continuously since January 1st, lira, serving I years as deputy for John J. Cowan "and 3 years and (i months ;is deputy for W.W.Hollipeter whose term expires January 1st, I feel that 7 years and 6 months service as deputy has thoroughly (|tiali(ied me to attend lo the duties of the office in n manner acceptable to the lax payers of (his County if elected and respectfully ask you lo give my candidacy yoiir earnest consideration. I refer you to any Attorney, Ahstracter, County, Circuit or Chancery Judges holding courts in Mississippi County or anyone that has ever had business"in this office or that is acquainted with me, as to my qualifications and as to service rendered in this office since I have been a deputy. The records in the office under my supervision have been kept accurately and up lo Ihe minute at all limes, and if elected by the people lo Ihis office, I pledge Ihc same failhful, cheerful and prompt service at all times. I have lived in Mississippi County 32 years and have never held public office in this County, except as a deputy, and have never asked for an office before; but I feel you will agree that my long and failhful service as a deputy is a guarantee of continued honest and efficient service should I he elected. I hope lo sec you personally before the primary August I2lh, and in the meantime ask thai you make inquiry as to my fitness for this important office as you meet those familiar wilh my work in the past. Assuring you of my apprecialion of any favors you may he able to show me and respectfully asking your support August 12th, I am, Yours truly, T. W. POTTER - CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. CHICAGO THE VACATION CITY THIS one resort city includes all the pleasures n real vacation should hold. Breathe bracing Northern air. Swim, fish and cruise in Great Lakes waters. See Chicago's fifty miles of lake front and beaches, her unsurpassed parks and towering buildings. Enjoy the thrill of arriving directly on Michigan Boulevard, an unmatched Illinois Central feature. Your trip to Chicago and the Great l.aka country will be comfortably antl plfdlantly r;irf(/V if yon use Illinois Central Trains. 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J| FAST SUCCESS STORY NO. 7 LAWRENCE TIBBETT The higher they come, the harder they fall . . . was Hollywood's greeting to Lawrence Tibbett. Then came "The Ko£ue Song" and Tibbett landed, in just one jump, among the half dozen leading stars of the screen. A quick triumph for Lawrence Tibbett? Not at all! Nature gave him that glorious voice. That'swhy oi.n GOLD makes no claims ... of factory skill... or secret processes. For Nature alone deserves the credit. The sun, the rain, the fertile soil simply produced better tobaccos. That's why OLD GOLDS thrill your taste. That's why OLD GOLDS give you thro?.t-ease. BKTTSIB TOBAOOOfi|iJ«NPT A COUGH IN 4

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