The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 25, 1930
Page 3
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FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1930 BLYTHEYILLE. (ARK.) COURIER-NEWS PAGE THREh PHlBintTO When President Hoover Signed New Naval Treaty Thousands Pass Bier of Gerald jBuckley, 3) a in 'Detroit Radio Speaker. DETROIT, July 25. (UP) — 'l'h..usaiKh of men and women 10- day stood in line to pass Hie covered bier ot Gerald E. Buckley, the radio man who rough! ihc battles of the poor and needy oi Ceiroit. H was csitmaicd 50.0CO pcrs:ns had passed Jerry Buckley's cottii i.'. noon inday, paying t'ncir tribute. Meanwhile pclU,: conliniied their hunt for ilic tlircc gunmen who ilddlcd Buckley's br.dy as he sat] :n a hotel lobby Wednesday morn- j iu». Five suspects "•""" 1 '° 1 ' 1 .Search also went f(J wuiuan who was k.? luitd Buckley to tl by means of a telephone call. "TWO additional murders also were recorded t:day, both unsolved. The police department, goaded into full activity by a critical pross und public, raided speakeasies, sa-j Icnns, gambling houses and vk-e| dives, and arrested mure tlian 150' intn and women lasl night and to-1 day. I Al the Buckley home the public] demonstration of grief v;as called tl:.? grealcst of its kind in . history oJ Detroil. People from every rank of society, race and education came to the Buckley home. Few of the thousands knew were held The historic .scene that pictured above. I!o:ver I; Washington when President Hoover sinned the new naval (rcalf, Jiisi intidcd by the Scnuu. 1 Adams Sc nau.r Watson of Indiana and Senator Reed of pennslyvania. Osccolati Sets High Record In Tri-Slates Shoot Negro Rally al ilayli Seherlmlecl for Election Day the I OSCEOLA, Ark., July 25-w. P.' They'll Beat Hunter Broth- "om Emead of Osceola scored trie larg- \ J . . ron 11 crs Kecord or J/U n Aloft, They Predict. esl total that has ever won the i Tri-States Singles championship j when he broke 199 out of 200 tar- thc young public critic personal- gets for the honor at the Tri-Staw ly bill virtually all had heard him | gun shoot in Memphis Wednesday .speak in his daily half hour on j s mca (i is the Arkansas all-round tli? radio. [ champion gun shot and one of the Tvo more murders, the latest ] t; CS t shooters in the Tri-States. Da- early today, the other late yester- i v jj gloom, writing in the Commer- r ; av. were 'idded to the list oi major crimes in paign ai'.d piThnps result negiw.s voting as a null. in tl half notes, nnil lins n snndy bench, W bathing cabins, mid all the sun ou want. In the 1 middle ot I ho artificial sea" there Is nn island wi||i "al- notions" In Ilic Coney Island ylc. Thf old rnrc course of San Slro ivrcl as the silo for Kl I.I,ING 11Y 1'ROXV -,. HOT Sl'RINCiS. (UP)—As two fllcets slipped nil on two men at lelr still, one of the moonshiners niiiuked, "WluU if Dave Brown uine around now?" Brown Is n •ell known prohibition ollloer. Sorry that Dave can't oblisje. you. 1 nm«! (he oflicers as they nrrcs(ci) he beverage niaiiufnotiirprs. Leads the quality field growing; CM Appeal yesterday, said, "Thr Detroit ' s ii B hi red haired man goes about Jack Urov.n. 34, landscape palmer, | |,j s target busting quietly, but ever ' so eflcctively." In the state shoot held hsre recently Smead broke 365x100 target' for the all-round championnship. and made the highest general av- e'.age for .the two clay tournament with a record of 404x500 targets. was shot to death this morning i whil i seated in his car In front of I a boarding house. Patrolmen j caugiit Miss Evelyn Littleilelii, w'noj said she had lived with Brown' :ix or seven months, fleeing from Hie crime. The ether killing, a hammtV murder, was discovered yesterday afternoon when the body of an unidentified w:mun. her head crushed, was found in a hotel lOnill. STEELE, Mo.—The negroes of southeast Missouri and northeast Arkansas will assemble in Hnytl on el's Record of 520 Hours election day,' Tuesday, August 5th. I for a four day celebration. j According to hand bills distribut- I ed over the county, the "black carnival" will be under the' manager mem of Black Willie of Arkansas. Plenty of barbecue and refreshments are assured as well as the The Burn, bic* and ^hn Fiiyette, passed the 50 hour mark this afternoon in their quest of tree .sitting record and announc- Milan Gets Attention from j Largest Inland Swim Pool j MILAN. (Ul 1 )—Tills city Is notoriously not on tlie sea, but all the same it has just launched r. bravii ellort to make up for this geographical lack whirji is espc dally noticeable during the summer heats, by creating the largest outdoor swimming pool in Europe wherein there are artificial waves the water being agitated by machines. ^^ Budweiser Barley-Malt Syrup. LIGHT OR DARK RICH IN BODY NOT BITTER i . ed their Intention of bcUenns th, . ed their Intention of cUenns t, ce Q[ George Caner a]u , airplane endurance record of the h from Arknn , as; Tom Jo John . Hunter Brothers, over WO hours | sm Arkans!ls am i Ump !,cn Red- , Virgil Wrigl.t and Charles No i fll The ne«- swimming pool—adver 1 tizcd by the enterprising direction j ns Milan-on-the-sea-covcrs two and 1 McMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY A Home Institution Sugar Limit 10 Pounds with Other Groceries 48c Coffee Sunny Hronk Ib. 31 c i ., fr , sk blmclv . fron , Manila Meeting Trenton Today in Third Game Infant Boy Dies rhealed by the cl-tids in their wish ™^ 1 for a heavy rain and a gccd Thc ' bm slates " Jac k sharp will shower bain persuaded fielr ground have of moncy am] wi|1 .,„. crew to. give them a shower bath - terl;dll at . Kotch Ball-Henry Clay with a garden IIOFC. The Wngnt u n h c hlps and buy'them almost 100 back "On Wednesday night there will be a short dress ball. Wear a red dress if you can, if not red any kind will "do. Three big prizes: For . lias Lyle Stanley Cooper. 15 day snn of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cooper; where he of tins city. succumt?d at .Mem-] morning, phis hospital lasl night. Brief sen ice s are to be held this afternoon with Inlermem at, Maple Grove cemetery. The deceased is survived by hlsi youths hours. Although reports are lacking Daniel Bocne, tree climbing name sake of the gr^at woodsman, is still believed to be safely perched old-in a bis tree on North llth street has been since Sunday the best dancing lady $2.50; the neatest dressed lady ; $2.50, and to the lady wearing the shortest dress, $2.50." Tnis Is the first open oir gathering of the negroes during the present political campaign, which so MANILA, Ark.. July 25. —With the scries cne all. Manila fans are sending reinforcements to Trenton Tenn.. this morning to help the local nine win the deciding gavie. Minatree who pitched (he firs', game for the local team, defeated the Temicsseeaiu 0-2. But Trenton came back yesterday and won bv the score of 7-1. Today Monk Wright is scheduled to pitch, and Minatree has returned, to be availably for relief duly. Luke 'Young, v;ho has Ixien unable to be in the game since he has been teaching school at HornersVille, Mo., lias motored over today to be in the lineup. On Saturday and Sunday the strong Staff-of-Life team from Memphis will be here. They have wen and lost a game to Rector in the present three game series, and hard fought games are expected. The batteries for the Saturday game have not been announced. Ntw Kind c-? Record LITTLE ROCK. Julv 25 (UP) — With a sailor walk William-Shaw [ i ur has been a very Quiet affair i alighted from 39 hours of ccn-1 However, as the negro, within the llis slant board swinging to claim a : past few years has developed into grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle. v; rrld's record today. ] the deciding factor of political Boyd. I William is going to let his rec-! questions in Pemiscot county it is • ord stand. "It was just like 39 thought that the meeting will re- Fish and many insects can be hours of what seemed like sea frozen without destroying life. ' sickness." he said. parents, a sist.?r. Diane, and sult in smoothing out. some of the "rough spots" of the present cam- Eccs-wax is a prcduct, of digestion end is secreted by worker bees in the form of tiny scales which appear between segments on the under-side of the abdomen. ''Strength and Ability— Pins the Willingness to Serve 1 Founded on Security Built Service Don't Let the Cheap Paint Humbug" fool You/ • D ON'T be fooled by sav ing even a dollar per gallon on cheap pnint. You'll save less than £4 on the average house and lose $283 in 5 years. _ The quality paint armor against decay and repair bills — at low* cost! Sec Cost Chart nt this ilorc to prove llw figures, This store is headquarters (or COLOR — anything in paint — varnish — lacquer — enamel — The Arkmo Lumber \ards What Have You Saved? Someday you will need money. You may need it to —enter into business —make an investment, or —purchase a home. •When that day comes will you have the money? You will if you consistently put aside a portion of your income in a steadily growing Savings . Account. The first thing to do is to start it. Why not open yours today. THE FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. The Oldest Bank in Blytheville Under State and Federal Supervision more than ever IT when you use the New MAGNOLIA ETHYL GASOLINE Magnolia, the quality gasoline,plus the world- famous Ethyl, "knocks out that knock" . . makes new cars perform like they ought to, and even old cars perk up and jump away when the signal says "Go!' Bacon Fancy Sliced Ib. 24Jc Snowdrift S I'ound I'niI . $1.15 h MAGNOLIA The Quality GASOLINE + D/t> S n ETHYL FLUID - e auols MAGNOLIA i The Qua/if y ETHYL : GASOLINE ME 2B MAGNOLIA STATIONS AND DEALERS THROUGHOUT THE SOUTHWES1 Soap -I, 10 liars 32c Wesson Oil i'inls 25c Corn Standsird No. 2 Cans lOc Malt'"'"—' per can 40c Corn on Cob Golden Ban- turn, 2 For 5c Sea Foam - for 25c King Taste Mayonnaise Full 8-oz Jars 21c Crackers Krispers Pound Package 17c Flour 2.1 I'ound S & !» or White Water Rose $1.00 Picnic Hams 4 to 6 Ibs Avg., I'ound 23c Cheese Full Cream Ib. 22c Lard c °= ni pound Ik Salt Meat For Itoiling Pound Pork Ribs pound 16c Hams Skinned, Half or Whole Ib. 28c Ham ™ Ib. 65c Lettuce Large Heads lOc Cantaloupes Real Jumbos Home Grown Each 8c

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