The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 18, 1936
Page 3
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THURSDAY, JUNE 18.. 1936 1TJE1E1 GO, BlYTttfeVlLLfe, (ARK.) COURIER Storing Up Kncrg^For Strike iAL »j/j m \ •va ,*« i 'Continued From Page one) Hie China. Record?) 1 in Slumglinl, where ycuuij Hii.vlinson wan bora.! Ivxjiecls to I-'fmt NVgro MARION, All., Juno 18 (UP) — Sheriff Howard Curlin .said today tliot he expected lo find Frank Wcems, missing negro sharecropper, within the nexi- 48 hours and put an end to the Southern Tenant Farmers Union "propaganda w.mpalsjn" that the negro' had been whipped u> death. "The negro lias never been whipped by a group ol planters and the backers of the sharecroppers' disturbance are using Ills disappearance to obtain additional funds lor their oim private uses from Interested person; in the east," ciirlln saui. "I have been looking for him now and expect to locate him wi>ll nnd alive." Ciirlln .said no other labor disturbance had been reported in - CHttenden county ,rf "LJor the K,,nch sl ay-in s «,i h e,,, the most fo.tunato were ihc data 11.HI J L- U'llA Vn/lllf 1 Iini,. <!.< 11.. 1 -.:..!. i _ . .1 •\ X - . . - ,^ ....^,, tvuiiij HI LIJL' Jlf.^L three ctays and mat he had re- no official notification or .the flogging of a man and woman near Earle last Monday night. . Ciov. j. M. Fntrcll, \vho two days ago refused to take any "stock" in the reported floggings, was away from his oflice today for the second consecutive day on a ashing trip and was not expected back until Saturday Production Credit Loans Up 50 Per Cent Says Bell A 50 per cent increase in loans by the Planters Production Credit association cluring the first four months of 1936 indicates larmei.s are buying a larger proportion of their farm supplies for cash this spring than a year ago, according to A. T. fiel], Osccola. secretary- treasurer of the association. Over $110.000 went lo farmers in cash loans Aui\ng the first four months of the year, he reported. The association is authorized to serve farmers In Mississippi county. Farmers used the loans primarily to purchase seed, fertilizer, farm supplies, livestock, and refinance existing debts. Completely dark nig'hls in the polar regions are an exception. The Aurora Borealis, in the Arctic, and (lie Aurora Australls, in the Antarctic, constantly add their brilliant displays lo the darkened sky, nnd the horizon usually is lighted by the hidden sim. ...YOU CAN STILt HAVE MODERN REFRIGERATION A kerosene flame takes the place of electricity 'QUPEKFEX is designed for )twr <J { home. It keeps foods fresh, •Jfeezcs ice cubes and makes frozen desserts. You simply light the patented Supcrfcx burners and forget them. Two hours later they go out automatically. But refrigeration continues for twenty-four hours or more. This short burning time gives you modern refrigeration in its most economical form. Supcrfcx has been on the market for more than eight years. It has thousands of satisfied users. And this year's models arc the finest ever built. They arc beautiful in design, beautiful in finish, and practical through and through. Ask for free home demonstration, Easy terms, if you wish. Hubbard Furniture Co, THE OILBURN1NG REFRIGERATOR A ProdtKl of Pcrfmdon Slovo Company who spent, their clays and nights in the horns furnishing departments of .siores-they at least had beds to rest on. Some of the pretty clerks in a Paris department stare, however, fared well too They are seen making ihnnselves at home in the sports goods section's display of Canadian tents. ^ ra Hooks in his mouth a, he mended a irot He slPhed and »± ngus. S10re iplicatlon necessary. 1 linens. FV>r Ath>. At. Good Drug ?re. nnir iioips inipii ihiicr KENTON. O. (UP)-A simill lx>y niHl his dog Irnmcrl up |, m , for Hie biislnt'w of hilcli-lilklng. 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