The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1934 · Page 3
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4, i{ii>4 BIYTflfiVlLUB, (ARK.) COTJRIfiR NEfiS ?A<Sfc TMBEfc _Thc Fleer Bridge Brings Its Own Bright Lights lo Broadway FH1E DF [UBDPE f«n Prevent War by Standing Firmly at Side i'ranco, ,!lp Declares cliiiled In more than one cabinet. I sny and practically ever) 1 stcitw- Dnt lie lins steadfastly refused to I mnn with whom I Ifllked In France. lal:o Die Job. lie lnv,'s his free-1 rranklln-noiilllon sew Ornal Hilt- '' Bli '. j "In primarily us holding tlie key j Tlmt today we limi htm way over itri IXMCC or'wnr in Kuro|v. inn ill? rlshl. flsmiiii tooth nn.-l "Riii-nitf hns leiirlu-d iiiiolhcr mill for the government of " I llomil Union, or iill-p:u-ly he.idi'd by A grinii sentinel of steel Pennsylvania. Unship of picture was Itiken in Huds standing in majestic silence, her bristling guns, uirrcl mid plane softly silhouclleJ in the dusk, the U. S. S. the Heel, here symbolizes the Mreiijlh nnd beamy of ihe nation's proud rim line o[ defense. This .striking :cn river iiflcr Ihc big battleship, which !«! Ihe great :irmad:i in review before I'resirtent Hoosewll, had anchored. Grand Matron to Visit at Osceola on June 15 OSCF.OLA. Ark., June 4.—East ! crn Star Chapters at Wilson, Bly i iheville, lluffmiin nnd Manlln, wll I join tin. O:-<-col:i Chapter in enter I :»lninj Mrs. Lulu Cornwall, of Pine ol Is tlir triniiil nf :i series "f lln-rc arlii'Uf n. the slliullon n t'l.mrr, \utli lirriiuny re;irm- .nul sl.'ilrimni making; fi.in- <-ir<nls (<i [iievriil ;i iu'\v Kfl 1 - :lim:mirnls ucc. II Is Mir li M-rle.s wrllleii hy \villl Philip Slmms im hts lour nf thei i'llil fur (In- Ciuirli'r Now-, an-l nllii'r N'KA ni'us]i I [iris. KV WILLIAM t'llll.ll' SIMMS •qi.ulshl, 1331, NKASiTvlfi'. Im-.l ' I'AHIS— Cienmniy's brusque 8™-; ture confrontlne Km-n|n' with u i rrarimimi'iU pnwain without) limit nivc llmi lm]Kwd by her own will, nnd her pockctlxink, hiis ! liru-.i^ht (he Old World to anollier "(iennnny," said M. I'ranklln- Douillon, member ol Parlhinent ! nnd former presltleul of il-e por- el«n Affairs Comiiiitiie of Hi? Ch;im!jer. "l.s preiuninc lor war. Slic- is rein-mini im:l nothlii; can pr mil her from Kiu-ml'i i. '"I Mr: .menus ilmt K'.irnpe Is I'l-ilii? Hiiile.hl Inlaid iiiintlier !i "Hut uhtle nrtlhii;; "Mucll depends i;pcm lh<> Nuili.ii- Union I'lni'iimu'iil inmilnln ; In fill fill ls." nil Intei iintionally 'i'eiirh sUik'smeii lolcl me, •MI.. liiviil Hrltnln once moie; 111 ua unil 11)14,, lias n in her ..owtv to point (hfl w:iy ID i^'nee. I'll I lu . hi llrlliiln lluu- of ilr.' ini; 1 . whr-n (he Aqndlr Kuls'r "PHI Ihe inmbMI IMnllU'r to Mor- literati IB State j>TWt*»|t«i OLYMPIA, Wnsh. lUP)-Mlnlng Intrust !< In Washington boomed I ln> past 10 momlis when K new mining companies, with n : capital- l/mlon; o( nearly $7,750,01X1, Incor- jxjuiled with the. Secretary- of Sliile. /; . .- ,' •'.' , A rjceiil survey o( Washington nilncrnrdcposlis by crews of geologists nijlni: CWA funds. Is boltev- i'il In have' revived interest. The Olympic iionliwiiln 'unit., north cen- , nil (irons of Wiishlnstbu provide wide vniletle.-i of in.liifrals, many of them In paying iiiiuntlllM, [be survey found. Jleii lays Clreul Hiltiiln prevented piomiilly li'(!i]i;( (.icnnnny ] know t-hi' \\ould he on ..Mdc if wiir riuiii'. | i -In !UU ll:e W-Ji Id Wur'.iniclil I I'lOii [iicventc'il h:u[ Unl li") j Inken u riiiijlnr Mnnd in time. Dull , IIIT li-i-Mui came loo lnK lltislil-j Hie.: Iniri lnynn la-foie she s;n,k".I I'l'AINVIEW, Tex. (UP)—A hen "IVdny Iliiinln dire.) :i .similar! tlmt '"J' 15 checkered I'ags \x the. I .liuiiilon. {•irnn.iny is rcnrmln; | iinexnlnlncd oitdlly of T.' R. Appio- |'.f (.In- is nllowi-d 10 j'O on l:elln-''*' llllc>s ohlckeiij-nni. Tlio hen. n ; 'n:! tlmt Mi? will be ieli lo M'tlb nll ode Island Red. Inyfi e«es that ! her score wjlh France iilini?, uiiil' luc normal slzu. lint covered with j have her oWn way In Amlrhi in.tl • cl '0"lt« and Indentations. ;;Vn:r.il KIIIO^-. luriv will be svur. \"&fM ¥' "mTvi~m~immmm _ "H Ilii'i:- is •xai-. lii-li.iin cm im | Hrlll LAXllTIllF more stay o:it she coul'l In DOES 6 THINGS ! ' liy uiiLj.jn'j n common fr.nu '•.illIt I'ninto i.. in.' .'idc of iieutv, nltnln will ur. l.:uv In i>" 10 •var. I Dolors Wievu a pv"l lautive should . .or. the fclmpli. ii'iiion 'Jirrc iv.M liavc Ihr nit inlim-5 which FKa-a-nint. w fl rot \K -inv. the iVwing K um liraiive IKXKWI. '••irV' " l:iltll| n v.lllilioiris her dncl- t So MriniM tn inke tli.il ynn will lik* •t"- 1 - • Ion ioi) torn, llin-e will nlm Kt | >l »li'-n vmi luvil ir. t. A fulL ' -•ulainly b'j fi;r imd slie v,\] •- inevitably h'.vMvrd." NKX'f: KHIP ef Crrmaiiy wiuli-i !i (lit. .'I (if I'-niliilli:!! lii l-'ra.-'. 1 |:ov.-;r," lio s;ild lo Ihe writer. .1 slim-Id full, chaus wn-.ild muff/worthy K rnnd into, of he I' -' ! " 1 * hl1 " »""'"* ™" n.vv.,,-' .1 s m,|l fall chaos u,,j|d r(>.,,h. "ute li<>,e on llii' eviMiiin' of lime a<ll '«">y ie(iiinin-.i. .snmrlhlni: uin . pohlirally nnd «onoml,':,l,y iui. in IP on im euniin, 01 .nine hl ^^ ]f) , ipu|] o(t ^^ (irlim ,, ly ', : ••<irniiany v/iniln lake ,i us ii:i'• . ''nelnhliors nmsl m:ike II plnin Ki! si; n.il il'.nl she cinilil ;-.u:,' mil IKI Mrs. Annie Bun, Wnrlhy Mnlion :;n ., lhlU s||( , ( . mua , ^ i.usi.L.s. v.huin'i'r ih:'.v -ruy !„•. of »w Owoln chniiler. will ixj'j .. To(lr , ,, u . n i lljn , s , m , v|ll|1 / . . .' hostew nnd other B rnnd -officers | On . uf ,„„,. , s ,, l|( , n , „„., : ulilcr Is "n,-s( I r>ml" | who will attend are Dr. Loyd ; wlthlll p,.,,,,^. Rl( .,, nrl |( bo .; ..,, u ,5,, ,, v , SC nt i-ovcinrnciu i.l iliicker Brand irttron nnd Dr. Ira twc ,,, r . ra ,,,,,, nlu]c .; Mt j, 1 ,.,,.,,,,. ,.,,,,„ ls n ,, t ,.„,„,, (l , ,..., fcllm. Ri-iiiul Fcnlmcl, both of Mon- j ojl[ | tvlv:fai ,,,,„„,, „„„ , u .,. a] ., Adull Hitler vlll m' 1.1 Hint. II, ctte, Mrs. Lillian Alfurrt of Dly- „,,,.. j , s 0; ... tin .l Iriuid. Jir.i now. ]| ; Iheville. Brand Mnrlha nnrt Nfrs. Iu- Klh (lf |- lum . c 'tlnn-.v us very elcnrl: where ii'iniilcle. ai-l!uii lli^l ilc*i not Tnttrfrr* tt!lhi[.iilydiitir>. :l Ni.u-haljitforming 4. Safn f.T cviii ibc' ilrlirils dittitin nr^'.nw. uf rliiMrTii. ft. j\o rich fitment In n(iNf| climitrli nr dirt, nr tn nn iitale. ' i M. A inw n.'iluiril :irlinii |xs-aii«<! chewlnf i illvlr!l>w-.< tin. l.nnllvr iiiftrrdirnt mat , miir.ui.* iuln lite iiilnlintv 'lint I il'lii-irtu l-Vrii-n-raiiil it.v.i tlieM tbin(i 11 ~ j |ir.ivrn IKH^U.-P ilivlnn llirmvlv«j| fyfii- rriinklln Scott. 12-yeur-!'".''>' l>'' 1 «"il" < Hie lunlivr. injrwiii* Holland Boy Dies •id son nf Mr. nnd Mrs 'johnj lllli ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 '" '•'''''ii-n-mint. "DcUy" it Ihomns Scou of lloll'intl, Mo., died I'lsn.it'roin-<•)"•* l-Vrn-n-icint for coniti- it i'l-'hl oVInek Friday nljlu nl ' l " lln ": .''"' ' "' a '" ; " L ""'«»»-'''• y nljlu [ninlly Irtne. l!l> d.nlh fol- oved rn nit:iek of innlnrln. I-'i n?rnl ':-rvlcc'S were held Sal- uiday nlLMiioon nnd Interment was! at Siinfurd cemetery, Thv | •' L. a. Moss Umlei Inking compini> [ vuis In clmrge of funcrnl nmnue- Frances Boyan of' I.iisorn. district j".;-^ '"^tui'ient ol Franklin-! t'i"n.?.-r "llc-s."" " ° UL ' depiny ernnd lecturer. fB C :,ii:on is of im,Kirlaneo hr- ! ••],,- y-nr.s Oer.nnnv las Ue:n n.enls. jeans' ol the ]:c--,illnn he nrcnplcs jcnn lully preiinriiiB. lli-r dlplnm-.ii>: I'v l.s survived liy hi? parents „ - I' 1 . 1 France, in innnv rrspccls haji-r.i 1 n:tle.ii:i:n, however. i;irulul!v and .six trotlnrs nnd sisters OAKDNER. Mom. <UP)—The II.I Is n surl of Ion; woli. He is not ; :i mtel:-(i her d.sl-<ns. And rram:.- Haltler l.ikcd fanned Frull . U Stnrr .family here Ins lost l:s 'inilik • Sffimtor Borah, of Idnho. appetite for hoinc-CAinicd Wren Mrs. Siarr went fruit. jS'lio would rather lie rlslit. fis he v.ns fooled. Frnsrnnls of iliinnoiitls are fre-i •Hitler has torn oir tin- musk. ' nusnlly used for the iiolnLs In din- into her Iscej! it. (linn be president on n So; only Finnr-, bin Kmnpc mid niond drills, hut nt present "Muck haseinent recently lo get, n. jar of ,ticfcut he tloi'sn'l altoyeiltev liellow Hie world, can plninly n-f. v.lmt Ilk- dliimond," -nn Impiiru bill verv fnii . she found an eight-button (In. : NV/.H are driving nt." tund form of cnrlxin, Is pxtciisive- ^ratilensake coiled among the jar.;. | Fninklln-noiilllon hni b:en tn-: In common wilh Ihu Q;i:ii il'Or--'y ns-d for Hint, pnrixxsc Faelory Aathorlied FRIGIDAIRE SERVICE Clcmilne Frlgldalre Part* Factory Tnitncd Mechanics Ilt'tisonable Charges nay 67 -Phone- Night 414 Everett B Gee Sales Co. 407 Main St., Bljlhevilk A vivid spray of white light criss-crossing in the night, this ivas tlie spectacular scene thousands of N'c'.v Yorkers witnessed from crowded. Riverside Drive as the cruisers Louisville. Houston and Portland staged a I .searchlight drill in the Hudson river after the llci:l had dropped nnciior. Tl-.e Luuisville was companion . cruiser, to Ihe Indianaijolis. from wlileh President Roascvelt ivvlesved the nation's armada. '• Figures Tell Tragic Slory of Dronlh Light figures—normal rainfall lilack figures—1031 rainfall l! . | J "' 1 to June 1 '••-•••-/ '/' l~ ^o lu ' v .\ ' ^^Jj> : '\ V_ Y '•-" liro MOORHKAIl /^ __ "-v." \ , s j'*ncj; ^ '.<•! / /Y ^--. '_, ^"D«or/i >' 1 "- s " x ' :i \ POI .' s: w 15 ^""^-, ;,-jK> ^S-^"\ ^ ;.:«, ? CKK ^y,' /4icvTt '"\ ^-'v^ iT VMMHSOS /cn.NM) BAI ^,' ':i.',7 ' ' ( ••"* , IOWA """] ''-" ^KlOf.V C1TV l^_ -. CO/,0. ».?|ir\}i & NEB. - ^ smi . xi ?:««. ^_-_ \ \ ^rjf'r^y \ :•-•:;.,„.,,. '-)" |LL '' i. / _ UM ^,/^\"" '•'• J^ATTI; '•wr-qi.xS "" il'.n ''K''T^'^lNb.'rrj'Hiry-^.-i.Kv^-^' 11 i 'i>777 -\- H °- l i • i j'-T I Kflf '-.» ;»ST .l-.,si:i-ll\ I*\A.VAI'OLIS l . :ISCIN!:VII XW- 1( (-ON COR I) I \\ JL7" "\ T~1> i^ll-lS ,/ irm IjOfv;p p '< " • i . • i' ~ tr\ -ic Vflt I »',., "' '* ; .^T i.uri-? j /* *'• ' .' «. M. r^n 0 ^- i. L 10.09 TEW!. .-n,.,, T1 i ARK. Lj "vie i*" SMITH / ._.!:..-'•'""""•I !"i niiFs. f ALA.^. OA. \ 'S^-~ IS I \ \ where they grow .toBacco.. in most places Chesterfield •", • !-.' - •' "• ; • .. '!-..,•:•-' '-. -,• • ..•;:'• ". •'. -.'-. «. . is the largest-selling cigarette A clenr picture of the extent nnd severity of the drouth over the middle west may te had by com- vtiring the Figures on this map o! the stricken region. These figures give, in light face typo, the total normal rainfall, averaged ov;r Ihc la-st 5D years, for Ihe first five months from January '.o j ' A June, .is compared with the total'rainfall over the rame period this year, as shown In black face type. AllhOiiBh ihe lisurcj, cover only I lie places designated, they represent fairly closely the condition of the .snrroundin; country. In no spni. JVH: \vill observe, has this year's rainfall approached the normal, while in some places, ns at Dismnrck. N. D.. Iliis year's precipilntion has pone as low as 15 |>er cent of normal. —it cukes gobd things to make good things. ' —the mild }ipe tobaccos we buy for Chesterfield mcnn milder better tnstc. —the way they arc made menus Chesterfields burn right and smoke coo!. —it means that down where they grow tobacco folks know that mild ripe tobaccos arc bought for Chesterfield. And because Chesterfields arc made of the r/'gbt kinds nfto- hacco, il is n milder ci"nreite. o ' a cigarette that tttsti's better. There is no substitute for mild, ripe tobacco. Pocket Darkroom Now Aids Camera Fans l»th time and money. LEIPZIG (UPi—The photographic darkroom aim us equipment; have been reduced (o almost microscopic projKirtions. and may be carried n!iont in one's i>ockct. It now is possloie to develop and fix photographic films in bright sunlight out ol doors by a device with perfect safety from fogging. It Is not necessary to seek a dark corner, or use a protection of any kind from the light. The pocket darkroom consist* of an ingenious little tunk scarcely larger than a park of clgarcts. The exposed Him is placed in ihe tank in bright daylight and is developed and fixed simply uy turning a crank. The pocket darkroom 13 equipped with n small thermometer-like instrument which Indicates the time necessary for developing ond fixing. The pocket darkroom which has been demonstrated at the .Leipzig Fair, enables oi»,o to d*?- Scrubbitjg Boards Still Best Dirt Removers STATE COLLEfif;. Pa. (UP)— The old fashioned scrubbing board Mill sends the whitest shirts to ll'.e clo'.hcs line in the back yard. I'ei.n Stale co-eds found in the r'uily of homi 1 economics. Ironically, ihe result of the in- 1 ve.-tisntion wr>s reported by Dr. Pnii'iine Berry Black at Ihe an- r.'ial convention of Ihc Pennsylvania l.aundryowners Association. The scrubbing board method (cok out. 17 |x- r cf |,t of (he dirt in shirt", ji was found, but Ihc tovliro of n,e cloth sufferer! *e- m-"ly. its strength boinn rert'.ired i7S )yr cciu in r,o washings. Kach f.hirt was scrubbed 50 times. 15 minutes each time, to reach the averase for dirt removed. Amos and Andy Are Barber Shop Attractions 1 BURNS. Ore. i UP)—Two young j Owls—Amos ar.il Andy—arc Hie chief attractions at Charley Rohn's I barber shop these days. j They weie brousht in by John' Fay. who found them r.t his ranch near here. I Derpiic o period of domeMicily.! Amos 'n' Andy are none too! friendly. | I-iver and kidney form the piece ; de resistance ol their meals. I Don't Fur net Mill's Agency Insurance Phune rrrxc srttu Totvcco Co.

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