The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1937 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1937
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PAGE l''QttR BLYI'HEVILLE '(ARK.); COU1UEK NEWS r ~ r - - V'»'**•' "- Charge All Involved Wil Suffer If Practice I: ' Continued lealous Jucly Prefers Gentlemen V: LITTLE ROCK, Ark:—The prac lice of " many cotton 'gins an compress companies in. niakiii crop production loans to farmei was. condemned* In a icsoiutio adopted at the closing session the Arkansas Bankers Assoolatlo liefc yesterday. /rhe resolution declared ttw such loans arc made largely fo the purpose 6f securing contro of a sufficient volume of collo to profitably! . operate establish inents of the ginners and not be cause of inadequate credit chnn ncls for fanners. If the iimclici ccntinues, . the resolution staled faimtrs, giuncrs, nnd credit- grant mg institutions will be adversely affected. Tlie association voted to ask Gov. Bnltey and siatu Bank Commissioner Grover S. Jcrnigan u revive an advisory state tonkins board created under Act 00 ol 1033. The resolution says that the board was created d'.iring "a .period'of'!great economic, confusion" . and that ihe best Interests of sound banking -would be mot by Its revival In an advisory capacity. ThR net, provides , Unit five persons shall be, appointed to :the board, two of "whom are recommended by the asscciayon, nnd that llicy .shall meet with the banking commissioner to pass on applications for new bank :charters and to study. banking laws with a view toward recommending means of strengthening • existing- statutes. Sale of postal savings stamps to .'school children, as proposed In u bill now pending in congress; Is unnecessary : as a means of pio- nioting tlirlft, In the opinion of the association, and defeat o[ the bill is advocated. Officers Elected New , officers elected are: James .II. •Ponlck,-Little Rock, president; Lloyd SiKiicer, Hope,, vice-president, J. Ray Anderson, Green Forest,; treasurer. Three council members, who hud previously been elected at'group sessions were confirmed by the association for council membership. They are W. B. Rhodes, Marion, Group 1; S. B, Oglcsby, Tcxnrkiuui, and Sam E. Babb, El Dorado, Group 4. THURSDAY, MAi> o, Her owner, n Mr. Gay of l.omlon, says "J\uly," .small linttlllan turnkey,-is « "liorfoct, lady" when tlie men arc around, bin when the ladles appear, Judy turns rnsjlngly jealous. Here Hie cnmera- nen snn|i])cd Judy just (is shu hurled a rack at Mrs. Gay, nnd Judy wasn't fooliniv. The monkey Is sclMd by uncontrollnblc uiiEcr al tlie mere sight of a ivoinau. nnd Mrs. Harry Puckctl, Mrs. Tom Markcy, Jewel Williams will leave Friday liHimTrig for Greenville, Miss., to spend Ihe week end with Mr. and Mrs. Sam l)ickerMm and 'family. Mrs. Dickerson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Williams. Mtrs Pauline , Giirrell, who has been in Memphis at the ucclsldc of her mother, who is seriously., ill at (he Methodist hospital, returned home Thursday morning. Miss Nannie Grirrett, who had spent a 'few days' at home, returned, to Memphis to be with her mother. )3r. and Mrs, Floyd Cain of St. Loilis are the parents of n baby l, bom Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Ciiin Is the fomiur -Miss Janet Chll^au, daughter of toliloy. and Mrs. O. W. Clillton of this city. ; . :• : Carutlicrsville. Society — Peisonal, Honicrsvillc Society— Personal 1 ence W. M. S. at Poplar Bluff. Wednesday. Mrs. Cope mid Mi's. Kin.sokiny renuiined for the entire session, which will, end Friday. Mr. ami Mrs, Will Marshall visited Mr. and Mrs, Bill-Icy Carter at Moncllc, Ark., .Sunday. Miss Hlnnche Hayes, who teaches • at Cnrdwell, spent llie week end here witli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K, Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Montgomery and family of Lcachvllle, Ark iind Miss Mary Kcnnclt, of Ken- uett, spent the week end here with Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Kennett. Mrs. William Uuvault, of Marble Hill, ,is here visiting the family of her daughter, Mrs. H. Ruffln. Mr. nnd Mrs. George , Strawth- ors uiul family spent "the week cud al Serial!) as guests, of Mrs KtnnvUiei.s' mother, Mrsl v Henrj I'urker. Mrs, p. p. Bryant, who was taken to Memphis last week, Is no! improving, so Mr, Uryunl wen to Memphis Tuesday to bo will her. 1 .< . ; Judge Has Long Memory HARTFOUD, Conn. (UP)—Two y-cars ago police Judge Carnellus D. Shea's suit was stolen from tlie clothes line and the judge subsequently sentenced a man to 10 days In Jail for Ihe theft. In court again on a like charge, the 'nine man said he was drunk, uld Shea: "Same excuse you gave me when you stole my suit. Sixty days." Family Mcds 'CLEVELAND or 40 Years IP) — Herman In Cleveland from France, saw six brothers and two sisters for the first time in 40 years. The bothers and sisters were separated In Hungary, except Herman came to tlie ed States and settled near 1 All Unit 'plIE five-cent army and" navy stamps will he released May 'IS, ihe army slump from West J'oint, N. Y., and Ilic navy stamp Horn Annapolis, Md. Washington ami other postbfllces will begin selling these stamps Ihp next day. Bolh stamps are K*S nnd equal in t.i/e to tlie lower values of the same series. Tlie army stamp illustrates the U. S. Military Academy al West Point, while the ..avy sliimp heaVs the seal of Iho Naval Academy at Annapolis, Hanked by midshipmen of early ahcl present days. For first day cover cancellations, send not more than 10 self-ad- Iresscd envelopes to the postmas- eri at Annapolis, nnd West Point, money orders for! the total lostage necessary, al five cents a cover. * * * -, A special souvenir sheet o( U. S. stamps will he Issued in con- necllon with tho convention of Hie Society of Philatelic Americans at Asheville, N. C., Aug. 20 to 28. The denomination and subject matter of the sheet will be announced later. * *, *| ' Tlie "League of trio Thousand," young Frenchmen under 18 who fought and died in the World War, may have a stamp issued soon in its honor. --. • •, * * * Among the postal measures introduced in Congress arc a resolution' '-authorizing a two-cent stamp commemorating- the 150lh anniversary of the naturalization of General Kosciusko, and another calling for a stamp honoring the lalo Senator Thomas E. Watson; sponsor of the rural free delivery service. (C'oi>)Tletit. 1037. NBA Service, Inc.) liriflsli Shipping Booms LONDON (UP) — British shipping Is busier now than al any time since the 'iwst-war boom. Dealers arc making quick profits In second-hand ships. Old ships, which were .selling Tor'' about 53.87 n ton three years ago, arc priced at fiom $15 to 530 a ton today. PHILLIPS WALNUT AT FIFfH ST. The Smart lluycr Guide for Quality Used Gary — Remember, AVc llrcoiidKton Kvcry Used Car. Wlien Vnu .Select A Used Car Here It Is Heady To Co. Try One ot These (Jars Listed On Our Written Money-Duck Guarantee. You Take No Chance! i FORD V-8 TUI1OH TOUK- ING. Trunk, '37 License .. S&U5 35 FORD V-8 FO11DOK. With '37 License $385 V-8 "I 1 U I) OK. HOES AND FILES FOR COTTON CHOPPERS ORDKR YOUR COTTON HOES AND FILES FROM US NOW BEFORE THE PRICE ADVANCES!. NEXT: What was Ihe purpose of King's House, in Jamaica? 15 l The sun has a temperature of more than 10,000 degrees P.. Color Green 11 C I! K V It 0 I, E T COACH. Kuns Good $'< 3C J>E LUXE PLYMOUTH COUPE. Radio '. 5' JFO.KD fffti T.UDOlt. Clean Car S ill DODGE FOIiDOK SEDAN. Only ,. S2!>5 We Have Many Others To Select I'Vom - - Drive liy - - Your 1'rcs- cut Car Mny Jlnkc All or Tail i;f First Payment. Phillips Used Car Lot lioy I'honc 810 Calvin, Mgr. Used Car Complete stock of Hay Forks and Bale , T i e s, Barbed Wire Fencing Screening and Screen Doors — Our Prices Are Right — Buy Now GARDEN TOOLS FOR EVERY PURPOSE UBBARD HARDWARE CO. Phone 32 Attend Meeting al Kcnnctl 'A'-.number'of the ladies of :lhe Frcsbjterian Auxlliarj diovc to Kennett where they attended a Bible Institute, conducted by Mrs. F.>H, Askew; of Decatiir, Ga. -Mi's. Askew, bible study teacher in the Southein Presbyteiiau church, wilt spend :,tills month working with the auxiliaries In Missouri. At the Kennett' meeting, held Mondas, au\iliarj mcmbere were 0 ]>rcseht from Carulhersville, Kcn- r.ett, Maiden, and Clarkton.' On Tuesday, Mrs. Morrell De- RslBn and Mre. Askew conducted a similar meetmg at Cape Girardeau, where auxiliaries were present from New Madrid, Sikcs- ton, Charleston, Cape GlrardeaAi, Jackson, Fruitland and Brazeau. Those .attending the meeting at Kennett froin this city were: Mcsriames Morrell DeReign, p. L. Horncr, H. P. Thiyefttt, Fred Wheeler, M. D. Ambu'rgey, Marie Faris, Jack Holt, Margaret Browning, F.. M. Haskell , and -Paul Mehrle. Dave Pillow, president of the Caruthersvillc Baseball Club,. Inc. and member of the city council at Hayti, where he lives, has Ijccn taken to : the Veterans' hospital at Hot Springs for treatment of in- flarrutory rheumatism. Mr. nnd Mri ' Frtd Williams Miss Augusln Moiileomery of the Hornersvillc sehoiij faculty spent the week end al Uextcr with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Montgomery. Diile Margrave, who teaches al Rives, spent the week end here with -his sister, Mrs. B. F. Hea- baugh. Mr! and Mrs. J. O. Matthews and son, J. O. jr., spent Sunday at pexler. as gue-sl.s ol Mr. and Mrs,. Claude Matthews. ftfr. aiul Mrs; lu'iwle LriniDerl and JTr. and Mrs. Ray Whlteside of Paragould were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Willnrd Mlzcll. Mra. D. C. Dalton and the Misses Waymon Christian and Mary Lee Fray of Doniphan were guests Saturday and Sunday, of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. 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