The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 4, 1934
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, • APRIL 4, 19M •BLYTHEV1LLE,. (ARK,) COURIER- NEWS Starring: Grandsons of Presidents Atttrbury Sees Failure far Recovery Program PHILADELPHIA. April 3 (UP) — Gen. \V. \V. Mtcrbnvy, president of the Pennsylvania railroad, said today lie believed the national Industrial recovery piosnuu "would fall of its own weight' 1 . "I think in nmiiy inspects Mv. Roosevelt lias done a great Job." he said, "but I am convinced,thai it was a mistake to attempt to force codes on certain industries whicli svcre unsii'epnved for tlici\i, "The w|iolc (hi'ory of tlic NRA of Uicreasiny wages and shoruv;- ing hours 10 liitsicii recovery b wrong. If lliat theory was <-'Oi'- rcct the i>vesUicul .should immediately impose a two or three da> week at greatly Increased wages/ he said. Deal Pioneer Deals With Many Problems Kobbed 13 Times SEATTLE. (UP) —Mike Duffy cafe owner, claims the robber; record of Washington. He lias been held up 13 times in his 15 ars in the business. Whatever else you may say about "Hades, the Ladies", the m'usica extravaganza that Harvard's Hasty Pudding Club gave for its 18th annual production, it had some mighty distinguished names in th cast. You're looking at (Ml to* | right) heortove Roosevelt, 3rd, and Irving MacD. Garfield, botn grandsons of tonucc presidents. and Rotert A. brother I o! Katharine Hepburn, the film Son-in-Law Threatens I $250,000 Alienation Suit HOT SI'lllNUS, April 3 (UP) — Jotcjjli F. Cannon, North Cino- liiuv cotton magnate, today styled as ridiculous a charge that h<- stccrod his (laughter's affections j away from h?r stcond Inisbnncl. An attorney representing Cannon's son-in-law. F. Brandon Smith. Jr., Charlotte. N. C.. lea rsiatc (icaier. notified the million airc lira-el maiinlapliircr yester day that a ?250,000 alienation o alieclions suit vould Uc tiled un less an advance scUlcmciU wa muds. - : Mrs. Anne Cannon Reynold I Smith established residence her in February to petition for di verce from Smith. Tlie suit wi t: filed tomorrow. Cannon said he would not con Eider a settlement with Smith. -I will net give him one c:m he added. Last Time Today Mat. 2:30, 10-25c Nile 6:45. I0-.15c WASHINGTON. (UP)-OItlclally known as the Munuivl ol Emcr- :ency Recovery Agencies and • Facilities. the New Heal primer itrlvcs to answer all questions— excejit. iiossibly, a Congressional committee's. Published by the Nutionul Emgreency Council as part of its information service, the book is in question and answer form. More than 200. puses. It covers 18 Fed- ! crnl recovery agencies. NKA. with 161 questions, leads the Held. Some of the alpliabelioal Institutions explained In the. primer are: PCA, FpHA. CCC. OWA. FSKC, I'WA, HQLC, RFC, AAA, NRA, FDIC, FACA, SHC, EHPA, and TVA. Typical ol tlw queitions asked is. "Why do relief agency Investigators ask so many- personal questions?" :«t(isH May Tell Quake Secrets to Japanese OSAKA, Japan tUl't-Olllclnls of tj'.e O.saku weather bureau are engaged In the admitted dillu-iiH tusk of nuking some 5D radish tell whfil they know about enrlh- qunkvj. For vovi'rul yeius. MleiitlsU ut Hie Tohoku Imperial University have noilcoil tlial eatllsl ure dls turbcd ill other limes a so. Chle OJiashi. director of 111 bureau hopes to li'imi by close observation wlH'lliuT (he cadis gives rcacllou sutlicienlly dlstl c[ lo on- nbio linn (o tori'i'iiil e rllicmnkv iiccuriiU'ly. lie has Installed tin. cntflsli in a lunk at his home where lie will .study their language. MILLKIiSliURO, Ore. (tn>) — .Tlvcy fijiy lunnmlnguiuls are IKVI-V |wroin!! If so. there need be in ifurtlier fear of n cold snap on tin jtnil of winter. The flrsi niby throated hummingbird wus ob (sewed hire recently. At Al manac: .. ss leaves ifornia HAKNINC O1UIKR IN THE CIRCUIT COXJUT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, CHICK- ASAW11A DISTRICT. To \V. SS. llagiin, Liberty Trust Co.. John Himcock Mutun! Mfe insiiraiice Co., ami oilier \mkiwwn pantos, mid nil oilier ix^rsoivs liav- ing any ehiim or interest In and 10 ilia following described land fitiiateil In Mississippi County, Aikansas, luimrly. , H;''J Lot 4, UH 5 illid U)l 6 Supplemental Survey Section :ia Township Iti Noith, Hange n fciist, are hereby warned to appear in his court- within thirty days iu)< lie exceptions tci Hie award whlcl ins been filed In this olllce by the evce ami dialnaue appmlsti's of this county tor'the nppropilulioi Jininincifest, Norway, Is tlic 'uorthen\mosl city in the world. o!, lore -™» ilructlw). of n, levte,, <titi», |< the saint: • ' .' • my Ir 'the: tliv-4 >M .•-• • Itll. ' . 'R. .'L. 1 ; OABflB,'" . Raw Milk nMw..V. ' Craig's Dairy I GUARANTEED : New and Compkte Unc of House P*l»*».' New and Complete \.\rn qi Pishlof .Ticlili. Genuine Aladden Lamp P»rt* -SOo • BURKE HARDWARE GO. The only low-priced car j with andwhaladiJjijenence. thatmaket in performance and dependability I'.riUsli Otombiu r.xlcndi Act VICTORIA, B. U. (UP)—British I Columbia's nuv. r far-reachlns minimum wage act. has been cs- . tended to domestic servants and idcners in amendments bciorc e present legislature. The. amendments proviib S2f,0,000 more ! for old age pensions. Simple as a Shock Absorber! Clievroiet's "fully-enclosed" Kncc-Atlioi> niccliaoisuv is in icalily a gigantic s/iocA' abjorlvr, built solidly on to Clievrolct'e biy, lieayy frame, with the from wheel anchored lothe^sUock alisotbct" arm. Tlie result: "Wlicn the front wheel comes in toatact with a bump or hole, it risca or fall* to absorb the shock. ^^"•^^•^•^•^""•™™ BOXY Wed. and Thursday Mat. 2:;5fl, 1fl-25c- Nitc (ii'ln- I0-2rjc Paramount News ".Mad House", A Terry Toon "Barber Shop Blues" j With Claurie Hopkins and Hand. Thursday & Friday MAT.—I0-2f>c NITK—10-3f>c i WELCOME BACK in tier greatest hil! & •' CHESTER MORRIS <~ KING FOR A NIGHT HclEN TWELVETRiES H* could dish It out— ond he could take It I.. .H« lavghed at lif«-and life scowfed h«k with a charge of mureltrl • Wilh ALICE WHITE, JohnMiliin? GcsrjtE.Stont, Grant Milch til, George Mt«lt«r,Warr«nHym«r. D:r:cl«J b/ Kurt Ncunwnn. fro-' Vntd byC»rl Laemmlc, Jr. Story tiy Willii" Antdony McGwire. •Pititnttd by c «r! Ltemmlc. .A UNIVERSAL PICTURE, V •••< V Fox News Harry Langdon Comedy KOKl MUNKiOMtRY' Rn> IIDK Witt: HERBERT MARSHALL MRS. PATRICK CAMl'BELL A METRO-GOIjDWYN-MAYER PICTURE' Written and Directed by Edmund Oouldlllj "Trick Golf" Oddities Harry Lanjjdon Comedy In 8 1934 Chevrolet,' you not. ody get the -Admittedly* these "fully-enclosed" Knee-Action wheels are gliding ride at its best, you also get several other more expensive to produce than other types. But Chevrolet Knee-Action advantages not found-in any other low-priced feels tliat the extra satisfaction thus assured, for Chevrolet car! The reason: Chevrolet's Knee-Action is of a very special owners is well worth the extra manufacturing .coat. And llna kind—and the patents on. it arc held:exclusively by General same attitude is responsible for the presence of many other Motors. In this construction, tbe coil spring is safely and "fine-car" features in the new Chevrolet: the large, roomy - solidly enclosed in a heavy steel housing-to keep out dirt and Fisher body. The new Y-K frame. Thecablc-controlled brakes, flying stones. What's more, the design of this type is such that Genuine Syncro-Mcsh transmission. In fact, everything about tlie steering mechanism is completely divorced from the spring this automobile reflects -Chevrolet's policy; to buUd the -must action, the result being-a^new lypciof-shock-proof steering. cars* by building iho best cars of low-price! . ' CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT,' MICllIQAX. Com/xvc Cfe.Wfi'j tan dclittrcdprica mdcasy.GM.A.C.Kr™. ^-CowwMfittM-VoJiw CHEVROLET 1 2)*ive it only 5 mil^ and you'll never be satisfied with any o^er low priced cor SHOUSE-LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Blytheville, Ark.

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