The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1934 · Page 3
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SATUHPAV, JfUKE 2, 19S4 «•»«*» TFRltil AAJ T O /%% OBI JP A, O E and Mote<* Now Low Priced Chevrolet "World's Lowest Price Six" Supplements Company's "Masler" Line DETROIT.—Chevrolet toddy an-1 nouneed "tlic world's lowest price six-cylinder car" with the Introduction of ihc new Improved 193-1 Standard Six models, supplementing Uw> Master Chevrolet models previously presented. Two closed and two open car models comprise tlio lie* 1 improved Standard line. They arc the sport roadster. $465-, phaeton. $595; coupe $485; and two-door serlan, $495. The new cars, says the Chevrolet Motor Company's announcement.' thus list under any other six on the market, and »75 to $85 under corresponding models of the Master Chevrolet*' i TlM new cars are replete with major improvements designed to achieve better performance, riding qualities, comfort, and appearance. Both chassis and body have been completely in keeping with the latest advances In engineering and styling. Readability, and especially stability, have been enhanced through the adoption ot wider chassis frame and more widely spaccil leaf springs front and rear, in conjunction with : a longer front axle and Increased i tread of the front wheels. These | chassis Improvements have permitted the use of big. roomy bodies! having maximum width mid am-1 pie leg room. In the power plant, smoothness, I economy «nd flexibility have been j Improved through a thorough revision of the inlet and exhaust systems, with higher compression, and a refined valve and tapi>et mechanism, including n redesigned camshaft. 1934 Chevrolet New Improved Standard Six Coach Ford Dealers Us<; Circus Display TWr,ij>l,mrs Co Abroad NC\T WEEK ot Blythecille's Theatres THE CIT1 After 111 months of separation.' lures of the season, bringing with ijiiiK'I.Cluywir nnd Chnrli's Fiirrcll, : .lie .Dawn's most Himantlc t.-am, i will' IK? reunited In Fox Film's ' nl<-.-t rclcn.si'. "Chahi?p of Henri," u nil Uic uncanny mystery and liorror of "Frankenstein" and "Drncnlu." plus tho nddcd thrills -upiiUcd by tliose two creators of ' i .vhlch comes io tlie I'.IU IheaUr', ( rrlc roles—Karloft and Beta Lu- jtiiKliiy mid Monduy. Ifosl. lins Ijrrn announced for Sat- scrccn. play adapted from Sonj" it's Universal'* mnster Ihrlller. "The Dlnck Cat," suggested from lif noi'i'l, "Manhattan oy Knllileen Morris, ts n modern drama of youth's epic M niggle tcrj a slory by Kdjinr Allan- Poc ovc nnd happiness In ilu; turmoil If you cnn imagine the monster .)[ Manhatlnii. Tlie Him relates n!of "Frankenstein" nnd the vam- ils clU's tiilm cluu>n;e lo lour plre of "Dmculft" together on the . '. ;cun;'.Mus jut-l out of collese, lw.o screen for. (he first time, it will Ellin prising Ford dealers are u.sliw animal rulOiiU lo aitract intention to l!ie ti'iuilivc wlndllmv Im. 1 ; the new Ford V-8. Tile new Ford V-8 is slrenmlineil. bin lev pcop'.c realize Ihc lull extern lo which tins Mreamllnlu.t vns r.irricd In [he conslructlon of Uir cur. When the Ford V-8'Ls iiirnril on Its side 11 prcsfiiis :i P?' 1 - |' VV .' 0 "',|,{y s w m, Adulphe Menjou feet arro'.vhcad. Only n smell part of tlie Ford V-3 clias.sls Is ir.crl to housr the cn^iii; 1 . The 112-Inch wheelbase is utilized lo give comfoit thrombi moic bicly room. . _ j Hie principal 'Little Miss Murker." Pnra- moiinL's picturix-nllon of Damon llnnyon's widely-read uinxayliie ilory of the MLIV.C- mime, o ni the lilt/ liralcr. l)nvtd Mannei-s and .Jacqueline; Wells head the romantic leads, with i :oys --id tun Klrls. wlio. uundcil slvi- you nn idea what llirllLs and ! together ty lies of loyalty and | chills arc in store for yon, I <;!:inn)ji Interisl, cntir its jxirtnls. ' rr'.'pt Us cli:i)lciif;e ami begin ilu'ir bravo fiv.hl lo nchicve M;C- ij';ss, jrjill/i 1 their dicains of am- 1 jllkin ,ui:l i.o.siijlv fame. . JIIHIO.S JJiinn and Olngi-r Roger.; no blll.'d us lenliircd players In . u|,|Kiii of the t*o .slurs. They i .-iimplole the ciuarlcllt 1 of youlli .Hiimd \vhieh tli_ i <lnunn i^oHYS. nicelier and Lucille comprising but part of a supporting cast. Lund Brent for Ford Fair Exhibit To Have Symphony Orchestra CHICAGO.—Under the terms of nn agreement signed by the Ford Motor Company anrl the Detroit Svmphony Society, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra will appear. In A Century of Progress Exposl- irsi nf 1.10 Uointhy "-'". Charts llicklord nudilion. Chlciign. for twelvi , live-year-old Slilrlry Temple In ! live weeks, beginning Ju roll's. They Hrouglit Vin Duck-but Not The casl consecu- nc 16, gtv- 1 liv{ two conceits a day In con- Includcs' Jtincllon with tlie Ford Motor Ovnmiin. noted Tlroiiclway nil.) London stnse star, who uuikes Company's exhibit. Announcement of the agreement EXHIBIT 15 Hundred Thousand Ex-j pected to View Great; Display at Memphis | MEMPHIS.—One of the greatest arrays' of automotive and allied products ever presented in the Mid-South, tlie National Exhibit.. of General Motors Products, opened its doors today for an eight- .day. exposition of progress in Ellis Auditorium, at Memphis. It will continue -tHrough June 9. Indications received from throughout Arkansas, Tennessessce and Mississippi, as well as part.'; of Missouri and Kentucky, early this *veek by the committee in charge forecast. a larger attendance from throughout .'the Mid-South than any similar show in this section has ever received. Advance estimates point fo an attendance of cloee to 100,000. •.The National Exhibit in Memphis Is one of 59 that will be held from June 2 to 9 simultaneously When the steamship "Nitonian" pulled out of Ne»' York harbor th other day it carried with it :'. load of 215 completely assembled Terra planes and Hudsons bound for London. Tlii'sv cars '.ver'o complete i every particular vith the exception of LiiTS and bnsnpers. WiThin few moments aiicr they arc tmlcsi'jil in thr Thaiiic 1 * Hiver iney \vill Le rcndy lo trnve] over (lie .streets of London '.nidc 1 -- ihcii- nv.-]i pov.-er. This i<; only one shipment oul of the constr.iu stri-jm of th.^se cur; cosily to iilmn 1 ;! every im]:o'lnnt |X>n. In the world. During the period fi<\[> J:'.r.'.:r;ry 1 :n April IS. 1134. there has b"en an iiicroiise of 2(iil j;cr c?n( in tiv: ovporo bu^inrss of the lTiui. c on Motor Car Co.. as compared with the snme ;)Lhcd for l!):i:t. in a like number of nrincipal clt- for the greatest rlnnclng ilirong ics.:throughout the UnitedKlales. in Memphis history. Jin one of thei.most gigantic under- Included in the exl'.muion are i lakinps of its kind ever Inimchcd Cadillnc. Iji Salle. Buick. Oldsmo- by nny part of the country's nuto- bile. Ponliac and Chevrolet automobile industry. A vast national mobiles. General Motors and Chcv- organizalion has been at work rolct Trucks, the latest Frigidain .since early spring, laying plans for household, commercial and air- Ihe exhibitions, and gatherinu' to- : conriitioniiv* products, and acces- ! gether the iialaxy of new products.! sorics by United' Motors Service. special exhibits, elaborale decora-. lions and the like which will be' [required. Admission for the entire Presbyterian College eight dnys 'u'ill be free. _ ' , . _ . j rv The opening ceremonies in-Niem- j Branch in rOrtlanfl, Ure. i pliis today began with a concert! Jby Sammy Lnzerov and his or-1 ALBANY. Ore. (UP) — Establhh- ciieilra, which will play through- mcnt of a brunch at Portland out the eight days of the show, next year was announced by the Decorators have been busy all riminislration of Albany College, j week in Memphis' vast I2.00Q-seac Presbyterian institution. EM'S Auditorium, converting its The move was taken to furnish j great arena into a pay ar.d fes- educational opportunities to I'ort- j I'.ly, ii'.Hlnl . i -.Lro:n H]i]H'iirnnce. Jack i was made by Murphy G. Pattcr- ; Sl'.cehnn nnd Frank McCllyn, Sr.'wn, secretary of the Detroit Sym- i uLso of tho New York stage, aie . phony Society, who signed for the 'in the Him ulonj with Wnrrcn Hy- !Society. II. J. Craig signed for (he mcr. Sum Hardy, Jonn Kelly, j Fonl Motor Company. Ciaufurd Kent and Tammany | The orchestra, as it will go to jGhlca[;o, will be composed .of 70 The story Is a sentimental yarn mUKlclans. with Victor Koi«r ns !'" u little Klrl Lit ns security ;or n raring Del. Tho cirl's father •never does rclmn. and she is taken over by u shabby, grouchy. li'ilii-]l. L jlcd Ixio'Kiuaker. \\lio Iru'i lo [;et nihlce [mm his gmi'j of Rro.idway tnug.s. Th: (;lrl In^es a llklivj to licr uc.v environment nnd boloro lo.r. ilic Ls talking their llneo and acting their roujn, :lnmy ways. With a eronkod rnclin deal and a lomiuiiT on Die siite. III. 1 lilm rpacti:. 1 ! n liPiirl-lnuchlnir climax. conductor. The concert will be Klvcn in an especially constructed shell In Ford Gardens, on the shore of Lake Mlchlgp^i. adjacent lo the cnlo.ssal Ford Exposition building, and will be broadcast by several nnlionnl radio networks. The contract (slvcs the Forrt Moior Company the right to extend the concert beynod the 12- week iirrlod, which ends September 7. i -Clihly Cay I'rlnc'css" with Syl- j via L-lrlney nnd Cary Grant, will i Iw shDwn Thursday and Friday. ] i The :l)m, incdern and .scmi-tropl- ! ' col In altnosphcic, Ls laid in New! i York whciv an actress becomes n i live scene that, rivals the setting lend yoiitlis. who otherwise might provided at the recent Cotton not be able | Carnival, when Guy Lombardo and Presbyterian to auctid colldge. church?.-; of Porl- Ihis Royal Canndiaas entertained land will furnish classroom si«ice. WATCH NEW FORD V-8 LOW PRICES Delivered a I Your Door |;rlncr5> for 30 .!es tlm slory. Cm of and tlurein most unusual pic-! Don't Forget Caudill's Agency General Insurance PhMW 191 ff you're going to hunt mountain lions, dti it in a modern way. says J. W. Kirkpatrick, Hay E. Pratt and' Fred Austin, of El Pa?o. T;xas. They set out recently from F.I Paso in the Plymouth Ce Luxe Sedan ! sho«-n above, and their uns consisted of Uvo mountain lions. "Van can't tn-in-; tliosp fellows fcnck alive, 1 Mr. Kirkpatrick said—"we're lucky lo bring 'em back at all!" JOYNER & BOINIFT^LD \Fully Eqiiipptd - No Extra Cl NEW FORD ^^^7 V ' 8 TUDOR S^e Ux / oday for Dcnionalralion ana I erms Phillips Motor Co. Over 19 Miles to Gallon With 8-Cylinder PontiaciJ IISLENA. Mont.—Driving n 10:14 : ] four-door routine sedan at nn nv- ernfie spcctl of 44.01 miles p?r hour. Ed Walker made llic- trip to Bo^'inun and return, a di-;- tance of 202.3 miles, on a tclni ;>f O.S gallons of reguinr gasoline for .n avci-HjC of 10.323 miles \xr gallon. Accordine to W. W. Casper of he Montana Record-Herald, wlio ictcd as official observer for the trip and wliocc report brr.rs tlie lUiration of a r.fitai'y putilic, li'.c 1 car was driven rd a cruiiui': speed of 50 miles an hour ami with only one stop at Bozemnu- for dinner, rhe gasoline tcnk liad been pen'.cci at the start of the run and the ;eal was not broken until the car relumed to Helena at the end of the round trip. Following this highly satisfactory demonstration, the local Pontiac dealer, Burgnn & Walker, Inc., issued a formal challenge to any and all six and eight cylinder, 1934 competitive makes of cars to establish and prove the same record it Hie same spzed using four-door •edans, fully equipped nnd without nigh test gas. You America - - for 5000,00 Chevrolet Attlhori/cd You Profit By Tremendous Price Reductions Up to $50 Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. Phone 633

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