The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 14, 1939 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER H 1939 Southern Mill Owners 'Critical Of Textile Regulafio.il Wag Hear About Chicks; Parking JJtudy Planned BlythcviHe KUvanians iieard last night that the Blytheville Clilcka- siws. high school f;otba!l tcnin, were shy on backfield reserves bill long on • strength in (he forward wall. Tlie club votwl lo assist city of- Ilclals In an efTcrt to arrive at some solution of Hie business section parkins problem and n. c president was instructed to name a committee to confer with city <fllcials. Coach Joe Dlldy and hi s a«iis- lants, Mitchell Best and Joiin Ed James, gave Kiwanlans u preview of (lie Chlckasaws' chances as llicy approach ihc opening of a full 12-eainc schedule, gunning fcr tlic Arkansas high school title.. Coach Dlldy intimated that tlie Chicks' choices would depend largely on - o slandlns liis - l!ieil ' success in avoiding bucklicld crimlna'liou a .alnst the South in injuries of consequence diiflii» tiic '-"—-. schedule, ATLANTA, Ga. .Sept. H. iUl't — Wuge-Hoiir Administrator Elmer Andrews' acdon in rixino a :(2>:,- I'cnt minimum wage (or textile workers was described by southern mill owner representatives tbrlay as "a burden on flic Sotitli" and "another discrimination against southern industry." Operators In the Knoxvilla area raid the minimum wage was comparable lo .' the long standing liis- ' lieiylit ratos." Arthur L. Emery, agent of (he Brookstdc Mills at Knoxvilie said there should be A wage diiTerai- lial because of tlic lower cost of living In the Smith. Edward J. McMillan, president of tlie Southern Slates Industrial Council, said that a differential HI always in lix- Best, admitting that Hie favor of the South had been recognized heretofore ing wage stales. ECcrclt Cook of Memphis, identified as a spokesman for :md- fioulh cotton men, said the minimum would add greatly to operating costs in the South. "This puls nn added -burden «> the South," coo ksaid, "and will strike hardest at the textile mills in tlie Carolinas." He pointed out that 80 per cent of the nation's spindles ^vere now In the South.. C. L. Andrews, of Memphis, another representative of southern mills, said the new ruling put the se-uth iii a disadvantage. I don't think it Is fair," lie said. "1 think the mistake was marie when the wage-hour administrator refused to do what southern manufacturers asked—make a differential." heavy COach , quantity cf varsity backs was under par, said the Chicks had what he believed was probably the fastest all-around backtield In the state and that despite their relatively small size that any ball carrier In •Ihe group was a potential touch- (lo.ui runner when pried into the open. Coach James said he hoped to make this season a successful one for the junior high team. Experts To Speak On Soybeans At Osccola Friday W. C. Lasseter, editor of the Progressive Farmer, Memphis, Tenn., will bo the featured speaker at the Third Annual Experimental Plots at the Ralston Purina Mill, Osce:la, on Friday, Sept. 15. Oilier speakers of national prominence include H. K. Thatcher, agricultural industrial commissioner of Arkansas: Dr. W. J. Morse, internatUnally Hold Neeley Rites At Caruthersville . CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Sept, 14.— Funeral services for James Floyd Neeley, 45, were held here yesterday aftcrnocn at (lie family home, the services being conducted by the Rev... Elmer peal of this city. Interment was at Little Prairie cemetery, with the Masonic Lodge In charge, and the' deceased's brother, J. W. Neeley, saying the last rites at the grave, Mr. Neeley, \vell kiipivn firm member ct the Neeley Bros. Implement Co., of tills city, was born In Gibson County, Tenn.. June 20, 1894, and had lived in Missouri for 17 ( years. He was Worshipful Master cf the Stcele Masonic Lodge where he resided several years before 'moving to Caruthersville. Dur- the World War, Mr. Ncclcy served time as chief water tender on the S. S. Leviathan, captured German vessel which was used as a transport for American tro:ps. Mr. Neeley took an active part in church and lodge work, and in •business circles. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Leltie Neeley, two sens, Jahies By- —j ron and Fred, and a daughter, recognized soybean authority of the j oy; his father J P Neelev a U. 8. Department of Agriculture; E j ster , Mrs . Perry c ' m , c i, ot . De tJ 0 it and the well-known "Soybean" MM,.; foiu . brothers O c Neeley Celebrate 55th Anniversary 01' Wedding Today today is the 65(h wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bunch .who plnn a quiet observance at their home sotilh of Yarbro on Highway 61 where members ot Ihclr family arc c.f|icclcd to drop In and wish them ninny happy returns. The Rev, Tain Hlyllic, for whom BlylJievllle was immod, iniiriled Mr. and Mrs. Bunch who are m'ctn- .bci-jj of (.wo Of the oldest families of the county. Mrs. Bunch Is the. dnughler of Johnson Yn'rb'ro, for whose family Ihc present community was numcd. She is 70 years c'f age. Her husband, seven years older, was born here and can remember Ihc "Old Town" of years past. There were only t'.vo or three stores and an old mill here then. Because he was born 'during the Civil War, lie was named for Ihe genernl In whose army his father H-as fighting.'His father sent word to lils mother to name the boy Marmtidnkc. Tlie Bunches are parents cf eight sons and daughters, all of whom livo In this vicinity and all of whom plan (o spend some time with tlie couple tortuy lo wish them well. Caruthersville School Secretary Quits Post CARimiERSVILIiE, Mo., Sept. 14.—Miss Rowcna Dowlen. Secretary to Supt. R. M. Pierce of Ihe Caruther'svlll!? schools for the pust five years, has tendered her resignation, effective Friday, Sept. 15, and will leave this weekend to enter Western Kentucky slate Teachers college at Bowling Green, Ky., lo resume work on her degrcce in Home Eccnomlcs. Her place will be taken by Miss Kntliryn Tavlor of Fultoh', Ky/ .Johns:.:, well-known ol. St. Louis .The program will extend througli- ••oht'.the afterrioon and will ••"•'" i~.» -~f.l~st* j. W( Ncelcy and Dick - N ee»cy, all and Dr Russell JVUMUI .-->••- ••- —• • Jceley .of JQctroit. •inspection 'oMHe plots; testingseW ^ Pallbearer's were Clatid'-Grieorv cral hundred varieties and strains j'u P . Lumsden, Van L. Johnson ei •'soybeans. mere will also be | Maury Zarecor, Earl Powell and tests to determine the proper spacing of rows, the most desirable dates of planting, and other factors allectlng soybean production in the mid-south. One or more'combines will be in operation thrashing some of the earnest varieties; and every opportunity will be offered to make the day profll.ible for the several hundred people who are expected. Cameron Beck Speaks At Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Sept. 14—Cameron Beck, nationally famous vocatlcnal consultant and former-personnel director of the New York Stock Exchange, was the principal speaker at a banquet here Tuesday night given by the Canilliersvillc notary Club. Over one- hundred were present, including members cf the Junior Chamber of Commerce and Business and Professional Women's organizations of tills fit}', tlic Lions club cf flayti, llic Rotary club of Warcicll, and the Rotary club of Steclc. Earlier In tlic day, Nfr. Beck spoke at the high .schorl. His talks dwell on the character of joulh as it i:- today and v.-hnt ll. will he in later years, and charged present- day adults with the responsibility of nuukling Ihc .voiilti of touay into ii.scful uM beneficial adults of Mr. Beck used actual stories taken from his files of correspondence, which he said equalled that of Dorothy Dix. to enliven his talks. Mr. Beck v.as introduced, to the audience by G. W. Llnc:m. prosi- j dent of the local Rotary club. I Read Ccurier News vant arii. L,. B. Grisliam. B. G. West Attending AAA Program Conference Invited to a conference of Scu- retarj' of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace, Hon. Oscar Johnson, head of the National Cotton Council, and representatives of various farm organizations, ware liaises and cotton merchants, B. G. West is in Washington, D. c., today tor this meeting, It- is planned to work out the 1939-40 government cotton loan •program to cotton producers who have complied with this years AAA fircgra'm. Mr. West, .who is head of tlic Highlill Cotton Co., was invited by an assistant secretary of Agrlcul- ~ lure to attend the conference. . Leaving Tilylhcvillc yesterday, Mr West made the trip by plane. Ho plans to return the last of the week. Funeral Rites Held For Infant At Dell Donald James Borpii, Iwq days old sen of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boren. died yesterday afternoon at (he family residence at .Dell.The condition of the' mother is very good. . Funeral services were .held this morning at Maple Grove cemetery where burial was made. Besides his parents,-the baby Is survived by five tlsters- and one brother. • Cobb Funeral Home was In charge. Donizetti, Gadc, Handel, Mahler, Hossini, Sclnmbel. and Verdi all played mici composed on the eul- lar. MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES ThUOiaTrestminlOftBh Brjng» Happy Relief M«B.' sulfcrm relieve nufjniK backnrtif |iilrkl>-, onrf Ikcj' iliscorer lli.il Ike rml euu'e •I (iipir trouble mav be lireil ki,lnty.->. This klcln'ciime Natiirr'i diitl way ol IliUm tlic t.rtss acids mil wnslc out ol llic bliwl. icy help must psaplc |iu> nliout 3 rii.ila n liny. _W(icn tlisontcf of kidney function iieruiila rt^oiK.!:? niiillcr It; r<-m.ii,( i,, your btotxl. it ny caiiiC nBFkT'S b.-icVnd.r/rJjcl'uiaiic pajiia If -lUllit, l«a ot lie], aiKl.elifr.ry, gellWrin i.awcllm'K, pufrnins-.qiiclcr Iho cyuMmul- !in(i dlizinc^. IVc.^iient "or Er.iiitv pns- with siiiafting Btwl burning Botnctinici >!* or blrtUfltr. " i nuii'l «uil! A?V vour Hmsgwl lor Dwin'n 1Mb, 1^0,1 &urtPij[iil!y bv niilljniis tt>r nvcr 10 ve:,r=. '[lify ,;ivp liajijiy r'rliet .mil win help |l,r IS milrs ,,{ Ki'lney (utics Jlujli nijt poisonous frtim your bloml. t,et [>OKII> I'ilh Head C'.uricr Ncivs v.anl nd.3. I J. L GUARD Optometrist Only Graduate Optoirie- trist in : BlythevUle. Glasses Fitted Correctly Cledn, Steady OIL HEAT •with a lazy Bowels, and Also Pepsin*ize Stomach! mads by Perfection Slave Company move. So yoj need ix>ih°i>c p ;;.. to 'iTl?' ^.Mj^JL^^^feJ'R tlic trigger pn th...o \. My | KK ,! yi"'ii '^ffi&ttwWstef*^ 1 ^*- beima moves your bdnl.. Tests iwwcr o( Pepsin to dissolv ' undisestcd protein food w how nmch better JTJU ft laxative that Z\-M puts Pepsin t o w^ricon that tloiiiiicli discomforl, too. liven fm' itkx chiWrtii love to taste 1 tiiis plea^ut family laxative. Buy Dr. CaldweS'sfiS. E ND heating worries, and work, wiih a dependable Sujierfex Heater that connects to the chirriney like an .' 'ordinary stove but does not require constant attention. Light it in Fali, turn a valve for more,or less heat when needed, and keep it burning until Spring-with jusr the degree of heat you necd.'Burns-tow-cost fuel oif. Remov- .able fuel reservoir for outside filling'without stopping hear, or connections for outside'fu'cKtank. Temperature control 'available for completely automatic heat. Wide choice of sizes and styles. Easy terms, HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. PHONE 32 20 Years of Service and Squaie Dealing PAGE' F1VI COURIER NEWS HACK SAW BLADES HAMMER H NDLE R«6. Sees. 10 in length. Kemilar )5c. Sc- Icctcil, wliito Mckoiy. 29c, Aulo- recoil. 6 II. tied. tills sale. Hit •l-ouiico roll. ll-ploeo, 12 point orbonsl.elsaek- >ls. Clio UoWcr. 2-yr, gunnlcel Double. Meeve HOUSEHOLD NfeEDS The greatest Hardware'Sale Ihls town has ever seen! Assortments are complete, but at these cut prices, they'll sell like hot-cokes. MECHANICS' TOOLS MVtVil ^J 11 "! 19 K«-."e*il'l« SleriliHd. blued ruteil sled «n,,caled wire. finish IctU '( houscl, 0 M oiler. 50-ft coll. SJvel V, >(. « l*-(n. 5-dise lumblcr Made from vir- 2<i-ga.sled.lS-in. tjllnder. File- gin metnls. Flows lonj. t'reeti (in- proof I Two keysl freely. Slrong! Ish. Lock & kcj. Wire Lsiwtt llsike NEVER BEFORE SUCH A LOW PRICEl' Less than lialf Wards low regular pricu of 49 C "A handy rake for leaves and grass.-U'6 wirc'tcdth'" made from the highest grade spring steel. Built'.. to give long saUsfa'ctbry service. JBijy Htveral nt tins low price during this great Hardware Sale I- Rust^rcsistinj Keg. 1.25. ; Choice of bronze, brass or nickel cadmium plated singte" blt.'Dro'iv Brush. Duy now I finish I 100 Asst. . fotgcdst«elheaj. WIRING SUPPLIES Culfrom ioV, 8' «l»o. Tool cictl, polished jaws. WRENCH Cut from J RUIE ,.,. y ,,, «.» U v t , mi- \.ui iiuLLiovu. lu , - Steel foinls Sc- Wsalnblo platoi • ,ilra|i-rarf;edite«l. : •'-''•• -'-••• (cetd, . ,lect maple; 0-ft. Outside niarbinf. BUILDERS' HARDWARE DUPLEX RECEPTACLE Reg. lOc. Browit bakellte finish. U.L. « TOGGIE SWITCH 7« Rcj. lOc. : brown U.L, listed. .. - pole.btownbake- Site. SWITCH PLATE ' 4c- SITC 50% riunnj this sale. Modem brown bakclilo, 50-Ih. < iislom<T-l.imil Lowest price in Wards history! "Rcgidarly 4^c per Ib. And made In AMERICA !. : Wards offer our regular stock of first grade selected nails, not seconds or mixed nails. All have sharp points with molded uniform heads, ; Why Pay -More? 'Dull bronze fin- , RECEPTACU PLATE Rffg. 3c. Br^«'n hakcJitc. Slrcam- linerf design. KITCHEN LIGHT Roe. 1.05. Give* a glareless light. 6noH--wIiife fin, un. ! Fffi^: K..^ ?W>$r£ ... tU<, tab J.. 3«. wfficik,: • ^ UaS; Cm from 1.20, Z-li e hl, I wetvo design. BATH BRACKET 77« RBR. I.I?. BSJU. tilul 5no?r-whito gUicd porcelain. FUSE PLUG Keep C)tlr«s h3n> <>yl > shock proof fuse. • ff.-," "-.'flj.f DOUBLE SOCKET Reduced'to almost one-half of Wards regular low price of 90c! Highly polishe'd solid copper case, the best conductor of clcc'tricity . . . less drain on cells, Always in foctis! i200rfl. beam at the click of a switc'h. Includes batteries aiul bulb! There will be an early sellout. Hurry'in! . 49c. Iniiiill brass or unliqua coppor finish., DOOR GUARD lOc S.ifetydoorgu.rrd ch»in. Dull t!M3 finish. Buy now I Dull bronze fin- isli. Wort easily. •Screws included. DOOR CARRIAGE fcUTTS BOITS Dull bress Onish hull bronn 6n- oncasttron.4-id. -ish. Loose nin. ; Ion's.With scrert. ' iy, l 3K * Sue. Ass'i'd !,' lo 5.' diam., Ijili!. li^ to S'. Pkg. of SO. ' .4'U. f\ brand-new, 2-ycar guaranteed motor "for less than the usual price of a second hand motor. Split-phase type for washing math- inesandlightwood working tools. Withcofd, Sleeve bearings. Wool yarn lubrication. Save 8c on a'cord set during Wards great Har.d- .warc Sale!. APP.ROVKIJ B.Y UNDERWRli 1 KRS LABORATORIES INC.! Replace-tliose/ old worn-oiit appliance cords and eliminate firs'- danger and electricity: loss. 6-f.t. of Np;-18 wire,"-' heat resisting bakclite'plug'. 'No'Switch. 500 H. Customer Limit RUBBER; COVERED WIRE . ; ' Sav« on yiiciirwritsr! Approved #14 ^it, 1 WEATHERPROOF WIRE, V ; Reg. 1.65per106'.I Sits gs JOOft. coils..l!.U. i^"^^$s%i^.&;!S.i^ 406 W. Main

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