The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1934 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 26, 1934
Page 9
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SA, ISM BWTHEV1UE, (AWU COimffift JWTPS Dan Cupid StoU Pair tfPtlke Officer* of jJUie. Utjle- -BcmeinJB.'.•Rjjfjse 1 , '. wsafrj..Wen: .tfirm. ; » p *re^, ; surpri.*i{; Jyi; fpfiratl-Vieiil' oy/j^inertaiue »cquiintano*.<ilil[) . W paver first Joined-the torce SEVEN tlu> EAST CLEVELAND (UP)— Hor"Buck" Weaver'Is East Cl*v«- nnd's nee detective. «ry* lit 1 ; dilef. nd Miss Margaret Ry»n, 2t, is i* .suburb's only policewoman. lol inirrqiwntlyi IhVy have been sslgned io v/ork;lojiM)ier on . In- 'Mlgattons. .:-'_:;" ... Hut- now they are -assigned: (or fp. Homanc* spirting .up from, an «l«llt years fijjii ilml Mlvi Ryiii.i uiw »-a.<; xerivtary lo tlie Fiisl Cltviv i A land lln:inri> dlrerloi. They urr|:i-i!i ''Just marrlrd." i I.OHI tree recalls llio clnys when Wisconsin-Michigan stilto IM Century Old liucription established, »! sin vvims If.ul h^eu fl-oni Ddiolt lo luy UK- '• \VlM-oii.*('ii. Al (lint lime Wiscnil- • In imil not yi'i IKV» mlinUU'il w - -., line Uiiltin. ' Tells Surveying Story.^'^^ ' - _ I'-' 1 * t l:y unlrLcndly IRON nwKR. Mich. (UP) - AI would nclilier nlln'v them to no lenliny-old Inscription recently | f .i u . ;ul ,., lir , ur n tack , lnvl| , bcy on an tiiicletu tiunn- h:id divided llselr .siinnliM uliii them. The surveyors were fuccd with stnrvatloi; 'ns '« ' ffsull ' nml Inul io llvi! on sliorl rntlom iiulll uiorp s(ipi>Hi's wi'ri 1 si-iu iliiys 1.11 Pr. The tnwi'lpllo)), ly.'iuini! tl»' nniiu- of llio li'iiilei 1 nf tliv pai'iy Hurt thi> dole, hllll sluiuU u«i n•> >limply ns (lie ilny li was vmml. Tlia I'ciir.v cnrlbou ihilws ti-. . jond 8'1 dcgi«es nonli iMHuilc, jmnld Inteaso culd, Arctic wolm,, '.mid 'whi'ri 1 llw nielli* tirr iroin UUCP to flvi 1 nioiillis Inn.i. U. ol P. Acquire* Rare Library I'UIUWKU'HU lUl'i—A tftllcc- tlun ol l.aoi) in IT books of minor mill minify (letkm was invsinl- al io [lie Unlvrolty of K'liiwl- vur.ln library. ] 'I'lH' glfl IUIA miiilt! by Dr. And Mrs. Jacob Sinter In memory ••: ilu'lr .son. \.r. OixiliL'y I nii).< filngi'i 1 . i\l ni'.o lime nn KnglS&li i tnsirucinr nt il:i' iinh'i'r.slly. C. $&^.!#ri*i!ri&^ JSifeffiMfeffliSiS^MSiiftS - l f yf?r.£r~?'/x "" **->.f-"?', i !'.i | .* i JjOi l tT". -^'V- t yu.'i'y? .-^* r'j'j'".-^ t'i'i._y*i "ff'''.i - th :harrowlf 'rnisied- the- tanUit ..pceupanM of this-b6ilet.-ECirrtd ipe before they abandoned it 'in South"'§t." 'Paul, Minn.. .In.'t'nr nisr>t. "1 the Dlllinger gang after a batlle -witVi officers in northern Wisconsin. A ponreman Is shorn pointing to the rear window, shattered by a bullet, with another bullet hole shown In the body, indlcat ed by nn arroK. ;Insld« :ledge-of ,the:.cav MS bloodsfalned. COURIER-NEWS WANT-ftDS Phone 306 ;^;tUniii'.- ^'" m .'y°M : r> a y tiic^rW of .a KHe(f.-Afttir)ii : car, 1 you iatiira!ly_ want .grnitine.'Knet'^Ac.iiiih tind tut-'iliitt jji%v"'';i*'A .it.'-; ypu.iWjtiJt tli« new ;rliuirig\ri<li-. at it* .i«-.?t.>Y<>u:-waiit the huskiest, Mnrtiie.-il frtjntyeftiVyou ran liny; ^"3j '..ofjlcri.urie, .yiiiV Sk'aat. shock-proof iifprhjg.;-"'You 1 pay •forj'tlienrall'-^foi/ you - ' ' .' '' . • ' • ' V "~ -i them fill, in the low-price field, only .. om Chevrolet. The reason is simple. Fully-enclosed Knee-Aotion wheels 'are mostly to hiitkl—sci costly tliat oivly Ciiev- rolet, worlJ's larijpft l)iiililrr of cars, can dTord to make (lie iHvrssary huge itivest- ;ientin new niacliiiiery— andstillkeepprices •.nbjig the loiivii of tin- l<tw. Only Chcvro- -. lias the rfimircrs and theafoiiirvil roltuiu' i miles that permit thir .:xlra production >it. Chevrolet dors ii because Chevrolet •lieve* that, to KF.W ON SKL1JW, Hli-MOSTC-fRS, YOU Ml' v iti'iLDixc Tin-: ni;sT. f-IVROI.KT. MOTOR CO., ( wnparr Chrlnlct's lw Jr/i'n-r.'i/ />n'rr.< unit ..... f . M..t.r. Irms. A r.rnrral Mrtnrt Y:lti, Seymour Thompson, unlvenity' librarian, described tlie colfectlpn us "one of Hie niicst.ln Us fljld In ilu unllocl stnics." The entire colk'dkm, Tlioni))- koii said, will be ki-jrt linaui m i» .•.pedal room In Hie milvx-rslty II- tenry. und n bookplate reading, "in Memory o( Godfrey F. Sin- Cfr'' will b; Inserted In eudi lxnt. Silver \\ill Liini binclt wllli/llin i:i)|i!k-uliun of very lltlle hiilpliur. Rnid Cijmkr N«*s Want Art.". CHEVROLET can afford to put ENCLOSED KNEE-ACTION with STEERING on a low-priced car and you'll never be satisfied with any other low-priced car A SHOCK-PROOF STEERING Not found on any other low. priced car ISO HORSEPOWER M MILES PERHOIR Valve-ln-head six of matchless economy CABLE CONTROLLED BRAKES Smooth and safe in any weather BOB1ES BY FISKER The biggest, finest bodies en I any low-priced car SAVE WITH A CHEVROLET VALVE-IN-HEAD SIX SHOUSE-LITTLE CHEVROLET COMPANY Blytheville, Arkansas

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