The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 19, 1930
Page 3
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1 FRIDAY, DROKMBKR 19, BI.YTJIRVILLE.- (ARK.) COUItIKU NEWS Cotton Belt Goes | Burdette Eighth Grade | Butcher at Marinnna on Ail' to Boost ! Entertains With Program Is Charged With Arson Program! BURDETTE.-TIK. cijliih entertained (lie junior hl?h school As part oi its program to encour-1 Wednesday morning at the IJiir- _ ~ . . age the dairy, poultry and vege- dette scho °l with the following pro- UmCCl'S HaVlllg Supervision lab ' e industry, and to nsslst farm-, B ram: 0 1, i n i ers In the St. Francis Basiu in the' Piano solo, llortense Cozarf VCr Arkansas DankS marketing of their products, the What America Means to Me. sain St. Louis Southwestern Hallway; Christine Qtiarles; What Yanke? liner will broadcast, over station j Wants, play, De/?.le Hicks. Livorr ] KBTM at Paragould, Ark., for a • Easley, Louise Stowe, Allwilda Nash Loaded With Work. By RAM Unltrd 1'rfr; S. FARKIXGTON Siaff Correspondent LITTLE HOCK, Ark. 1UP>—The u?':usasl lull in business Iramaeled by the various stole departments Immediately preceedin-j the Christmas holidays will not be found In tlie sliue banking department this year. On the contrary the department is overburdened with work and there is slight prcspecls for a letup until well nfter the firsl of Ihe year. The troubles of the department supervising the various financial Institutions of the state began Nov. 17, with the closing of tlje American Exchange Trust company here. I fifteen minute broadcast each Monday noon from 12:15 to 12:30 (/clack. The llrst of these Interesting programs for formers went on Ihe air over KBTM Monday, December 22. The Cotton Belt is offering free to all who report they hear the pvo- Biams a rice recipe booklet, containing many choice recipes for cooking rice and other dishes served on Cotton Bell djning cars; and a poultry book free to all persons on Cotton Belt lines who have a flock of 100 or more hens. The alluvia! area extending from Cape Girardeau to Helena and Ironi and Idelie Webb: Study for n Test Allene .Voss, lola Maddox, bivcrr. Easley and Louise Stowe; nejro mlmtrel, Ernest McAfee, Perry Medley, Jessie Melvln, W. D. Pierce Willie Coble anil Leonard Hill. Tin program wns concluded with th. song, Jingle Bells, by the ?!•:«. MARIANNA, Ark.—W. L. Willis. owner of the grocery store and incut i market which burned here Wi-Jnes- ! day night, was arrested Thursday ] on a charge of arson follow.n;; investigation of the national board of fire underwriter!). Willis is accused of a plot to bum the building and bribing a negro who was arrested at tin; time cl. the fire. HILLSBORO, Tex., tUl') — An in- cane tax. a tobacco lax an per-! hops a tax on movie tickets is proposed by Representative-Elect J. R.i Donnell. \vhu will be u member ol the Texas legislature convening In January. which piccSpttatcd a period of financial hysteria that swept the slate causing the closing or suspension of nearly four score hanks Of that number less than a thnv have resumed business. The others art; either still attempting to reorganize- cr have turned their affairs over to Ihe state banking department for liquidation. Those taking the latter course have supplied the lion's share o! the extra work piled on Ihe department. Tn the case of each bank placed In the department's hand' for liquidation every stockhol'Jei must be served with two noticos One, informing him the bank ha; been taken over by the departine:i' and that a slock assessment hcv been mnde. This carries a warning that if payment Is not made In cash upon receipt of, the-notice, action will be taken to enforce observance of the assessment. A second notice is sent informing tlie. stockholder of the amount of the assessment and the date upon which it must be paid. The number of shareholders in each bank varies from ten to a hundred and assessment notices must be sent to all. In addition the state banking commissioner and his assistants have been overwhelmed with telephone calls and visits by outstaU- bankers Inquiring as to the condition. Crowley's Ridge to tl« Mississippi River, contains more Hum three million acres of fertile ground, which should become a veritable paradise for vegetable producers. It is the aim of (be Cotton Belt i Route in presenting this series of I radio broadcasts to help farmers in ; tho St. Francis Basin with their' marketing problems, offering the services of members of their staff alned In this work at no cost to ie farmer. Precautt6ns Taken to Prevent Mob .Violence Against Maryville Staye ST. JOSEPH, Mo., Dec. 10. (UP) —A heavy guard wns maintained today about the jail here when Raymond Gunn, a negro ex-convic who "conlcssed the murder ol a white girl, was held for safe keeping. Qunn admitted to authorities a Maryville last night he killed Vel ma "Colter, 20, teacher, after i criminal assault upon her. The ne gro was brought here from Mary ville before word of his confession spread about the to-,vn where clti zens were inflamed by the brutal ity of the crime. ..: The confession was obtained bj Paul II. Jones jr., prosecutor a Maryville, after a chain of stron circumstantial evidence had been built up. Vench Vessel Overdue in Severe Mediterranean Storm. ALGIERS, Dec. 19. (UP)—The French passenger ship El Golea. arrying 200 passengers from Aliers to Port Vendos, Prance, was 'Verdue today in the worst Medi- errancan.storm In 35 years. Dozens of wireless calls for help were received here from distressed essels but relief tugs were unable o leave Algiers harbor, blocked "by he sinking of two tugs and 12 bar- ;es at the port entrance. Heavy rains and cyclones swept northern Algeria, tearing ships rom their moorings aud destroying property over a wide area. No accurate estimate • of casualties was possible. 'Damage to the port here'alone sas estimated e.; about $1,550,000. The storm came aU«r--a--<iisaslrous -seven "months drouth. Dried river beds were soon. r il!ed and many streams overflowed. Cattle were reported drowned and vineyards were ruined. Education Department Library Is Popular Of the COO volumes belonging t the library of the county depart ment of education, 487 have bee borrowed and used by teachers an pupils of Mississippi county schooL since Sept. I. This library, which has grow through contributions largely, i unusually complete for having bee collected within the past two year BIytheville Water Safe Official Tests Revea The latest examination of Dlyti-.t vine's city water, made from si. samples received December 9, slio that the water Is safe for drink Ing, according to a report sent DJ I. R. Johnson, cit yhealth office The tests were made by Dr. C W. Garrison of Ihe slate board o health, m the state hj-genic labo ratory. Amateur Yeggs Wow Safe at Crawfordsvill CRAWFORDSVILLE, Ark. - Yeggs Wednesday night blew Ih wfe of the Gulf Refining compan and made away with everything 1 the sate. Only $50 In cash was let In the safe but the thieves als took a box of coupon books and number of osuiness papers. The robbers were evidently n experienced men as the sate w* completely destroyed y the explo sion. One large piece of the saf was blown through the office doo PULASKii7vJi7(ijp)_Moonshln ers of Pulaski County have found a new way of concealing stills. Deputy Sheriff c. T. Teel dug up • a still buried in the sand on an Island In New niver and found it to be complete, except Icr tho worm, with loo gallon capacity. McMULUN'S CASH GROCERY HENS Full Dressed Pound 19c MINCE MEAT ituik Pound 18c BACON Bkivkhuwk. Sliced Pound 29c OYSTERS Extra Select Pint 33c ORANGE! Nice and Juicy Dozen 18c PORK CHOPS Nice and Lean Pound Dr. Travis Improving FollowLijr Operation OSCSOLA; Art; DM. -19.—Dr. F. P. Travis 'of Qsceola -;lj reported improving.slowly -a 1.the- Baplisi hospital- .In Memphis foilowlrij » serious, operation .about ten days 050. Hli condition, regarded aa critical last week, has shijw'n. marked improvement In the last lew days. Dr. Travla Is a rhem'ber of. tlip denial examining board ol the state and a former president ol'the state dental association, j ' Read Courier News Want Ads. SALT MEAT ISic SAUSAGE Pure Country Pork Pound WEINERS and Franks Pound MIX SAUSAGE Pound APPLES Fancy Rome Beauty Bushel CRANBERRIES Nice, Red and Juicy Pound OLEO Gold Dot Pound 'Fancy California'.'' . .-• ; Pound BANANAS Pound' . . another expert chooses Crisco for all frying and shortening purposes Thousands-of \roim-u who attended the recent Cooking School in this city saw how Crisco helped Mrs.' Myra Dougan to get better results—to make belter-tasting fried and bated foods. \Ve were interested to learn that most other cooking exports use and prefer this shortening for all purposes, too. Since the school, many of our customers have been using Crisco and have told us how much they like it. So, in order that all of you may learo of Crisco'j ninny superior quit!!' •,• make you the s]>cdal offer listed below. Special for this week only This Handy Priscilla Pot Holder Set FREE 5^-l^vMj with the purchase of a can of CRISCO at any of tha ttorv luted beloie Phone 159 ..•^wmm$ .. •-•& ?,\i>-kfe •• ft i »&M™ ^ftpfl % r ri p l\ i o is 8n "//• of Mr Bowers" IOVKKY DAY IN Til K WKHK BANANAS' Now tinirjaml Hitldwins Dozen GRAPE FRUIT Morris Supreme or GoSdendale COCOANUTS TANGERINS York Imperial and 71** Home Ileauty. Pound • 2V CRANBERRIES Berkeley Blend TOMATOES Extra Fancy Delicious Countl CAULIFLOWER 10 Pounds 52c firo Mixed , Gum Drop* Dream Rolb Arcp Caramris Ohc-colale Drop* - ' Gutli and Cream Ulied Pf.i'nat Brittle • • • Cocodnnt Bon Bon Mi\C(l 1.1). 25c WnliiuLs, Lpr. Calif 1.1). 20c Pcc.ins. [\iiier Slitll 4!lc Ffll:crl3 '. I.b. 2 Biaril Mi. 22 Almonds, ^ CANDY large size Horidas FRUIT CAKES Country C!»b 3-!b. $1.35, 2-lb. CURRANTS VANILLA WAFERS $2.50 McMullin's Cash Grocery 322 \V. Main Phone 603 Clarence Saunders Store 306 W. M»in Phon« M3 Mr. Bowers Store 309 W. M*in Fhnne 153 Wiggly Store Phillips Grocery Cor. Don^an & Franklin Phone 130 C. A. Hovey Grocery 309 N. Sixth Phone 167 W. G. Maxwell Grocery So. First St, Phone 361 Salilm's Market 103 W. Main Phone l« WESSON OIL MINCEMEAT ROAST fih t e 1 c Sliced Fancy Chuck pound pound Black Hawk 29c MINCE MEAT, Added, Ib. 19c SALT MEAT, Sireaied with Lean pound t6c CHEESE, pound 20c PIG FEET Picklott Unch 3!,c SAUER KRAUT Pound 5c

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