The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1933 · Page 3
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WRDNRSHAY, OCTOBER lit, IflM BIATHEViIiLE. (AKK.) CGHJUER NEWS PAGE THRBKJ i Cooler Alan Author of Book of Poems siate of Arkrmf.is. v.-tirilr"- wiihln or withoiil the .'.aid Mississippi Coiintv." The siuue iu'e !n>:)lics In '•v rondi'ioiis rver Ixcomo such Dial the funds inov not be paid ••'hiou-'h 'he hKirds "f directors iif said .«.rt:oi>! dislricis dhoclk to tin; |/avinti«.l of ilw expenses of ;iiPh school oprrallOH. o; 1 if any r.'.lu-i' fitiialion nr develoomeni similar or • lisshiiila:- to tlic above- should In t'" 1 "uinion ol said iviss- l,-r<- so lustlfy." | The funds are lo be used for urn-ration of the schools and for if.nttin^ improvements on ihe t.t^ool property. In the ctv of the Wilson school life fund is lo be derived fiom H-IIK or leases o! land approximating GCC acres and from, the dividends and Interest derived from 29W) shares of flock in '.he Fann- r-.-.s Br.nl: .^ Trust Company, Blv- ih(-uillc: 108 shares of stock In Tlie Mississippi County Bank al Osteola. COO 2-3 shares ol slock in Wilson-Ward Company. Memphis. and -2.CWO .shaies or ••certificates of iMtoreit." in the trust estate designed us -Lee Wilson « Company Ceorje W. AUrrd COOTEH. Mo. — Arrangements have been completed by the Gor- liain Press. Kcston, Mass.. for tne piibiicata:: in December of "I'osey of Posies." a volume of tiO poems by George W. Allred ol Cooler. The book will retail for $2. Mr. Allred has been writing poemS or a number of yeai"s. but, this \V1U be his first to be published in book form. A native of Morgan county Alabama, where he was born 3( years ago, Mr. Allred came lo Cooler in ]3'n. He has served as news ant! ieauire writer for a number of daily papers. In April, 1932. he was married t,o Mrs. Clara Patrick.! of Trenton, Tenn. Air.ontf tile CO poems to be included in the forthcoming volume fire: ••Consolation." "When I Am Dead, 11 "Goodbye," "Beside the Hive'. 1 ," "In ihe Arms of Ihe Deep," "Tcnnessjct Hero." "Marked 'me Murder," "Broken Love," "I Miss You," "A Soiif to MV Love." ,.„.., and established by Mr. Wilson in 1919 with himself and tnem- bris of his immediate family made li-ncficiai-ii-s 'Hie 2.000 shares rep- reu-nl ii filth of the trust estate which comprises real property in the town of Wilson, 50.000 acres of farm land and other assets in Kelst-r, Basseu. Evauale, Armorel, Marie 'and Victoria. The- trust, for ihe Luxoya school consisU of "All the land East o Koc.hlitz.ky Ditch, in Section Two (,! this county, wrik-h approximates «b acres, twtlher v.'iLli 5SO sicri:- in section II which Mr. WiLsoi bought, from Ox- Chicago Mill am Lumber Company this spring. Tr.e ! latter tract is located on the Lux- ora-UU!e River road along O'e west slue of what is. knomi as Victoria plantation. Gift to Boy Kcouls To Uie Bov Scouts of America i-as left the iise of 320 aert', west of Marie known Jocauy as "Tne Preserve." a partly timbered tract. <m condition that they pay Oie liixc-s and aFSCEsments, Hut they neither cut nor deface the timber, Ilia', they put" Ihc land lo no use . .. — lliat will Injure ihe market value the government in-its war against '••• cT.Joyfcnl of tlic surrounding gangsters. x Charles E. Garretl and H. Kini V/ade, bo-.h physicians, John r >Jauier and James C. Cameron, all f/f Hot Springs. 'nvtntors Turn Genius To Aid in Racketeer War DALLAS. Texas (UP)— Inventors have turned their genius to assLsl lands, and tbal Ihey assign or delegate to no other person the use of any part- of tlic tract. Upon the breach of either of these conditions tlieir right to use the land is automatically terminated. The \Vltson school was also bequeathed the dividends and interest from a certain other list of securities, provided they are not disposed of by court order fo:- the pay- mem of "debts of ti-.e estate or for the.payment of legacies of S150 u month bequeathed to Mrs. jjflra Merrill and Mrs. Eva Elkins, nieces of Mr. Wilson, during their life time. Mr. Wilson expressed ihe wish that these securilies be sold if it be necessary to sell any of Ihe property, a'.id In lhat cow the income from any residue is to go to the Wilson school. The list includes the following: 108 60-100 shares of Wilton Milling Company stock; 00 shares of stock in the Franklin-American Trust company of 3t. Louis and participation receipt issued by the same company for 90-10.000 of the surplus of the company; 1 share of Frisco railroad stock; 75 shares of Phillips Motor company stock of Blytheville and a note of nus»cll Phillips for S175; 1105 shares of slock in Ihc Blytheville Development company; 500 shares of slock the New Mexico and Arir.onn Two inventions ivlik-h will ,.. Lx> displayed here at the National Inventors' congress Nov. 21 to' 'JS were designed. especially to aid officers in handling gangsters. A tear sas .stjuiit gun made by a "Gang-conscious"Cliiciigoan can be strapped to an officer's forearm end concealed by a coat sleeve. A button held in the wearer's hand a:ul corinccled by n string to the. gun would release a 3D-tool -stream of- the tear 'jus liquid. Steel mittens, chained together; would render a gangster, helpless once he was caught and (Hied to a pair of the new handcuffs, ati- othcr inventor claims Land Co.: 1.000 shares in E. Marland Co.. Inc.. SO shaies Vest Pocket Dark Room : Latest for Photographers LEfPZIG. Germany (UP) -The pliotop-aphic dark room lus been reduced to almost microscopic dimensions. It now is possible, even in the brightest sunlight, to develop plates or films and fix them in an apparatus which fits conveniently into the vest pocket or a handbag. Amateur photographers, who find their houses are too small lo Include dark room, find a solution of their jroblems it inconvenient lo develop own pictures because theii stock in Howard's Cleaners; 100 shares of sleek in the Union Planters Bank and Trust company ol Memphis; -10 shaies in the Atlas Utilities Corporation-, 1 .s'r.are o! stock in the Bank of 0, ; ceoln; 1 share in the Wilson Milling company nnd 1 share in the Bank cf Keiser. Provirtts for Monument The will provides that if bjquests lo Mrs. Men-ill and Mrs. Elkins can- nol "be convcnienlly paid in they may be reduced" at Ihe discretion of Ihe execulors and any The which daylight has been developing box. exhibited at the Leipzig Fair, affords every facility [ for handling; exposed plates films, and like the tent of Arab, folds and disappears. St. Louis Museum Buys Three Stone Heads reduction Ihc bequest ID Mrs. Merrill as compared with Hi? b;- nuest to Mrs. Elkins "need not b= the some nor pro nila." according lo the terms of the will. The will contains (he expressed desire of Mr. Wilson thai r.e bj buried "in front of the administration building in the town o' Wilson. Ark.," and that the cost cl an appropriate monument he derived from his cstalc, along with funds for funeral expenses and the payment of debts. To Ills three children. R. E. l,^e Wilson jr.. Mrs. Marie Wilson Howel Is of Winter Haven. Kla.. and Mrs. Victoria Wilson Wesson of Springfield. Mass.. he bequeathed 510 each with the following explanation: "It Is my express wish and inlenlhn thai no one of uaid children take any other gift, device or legacy hereunder. cither in money or property whether personal, real or mixed, for the reason lhal it Is inv belief thai moneys hcretolote ?x- jwhdcd by me to. for. and In their behalf, amount to fair, just fine 1 liberal treatment at my hands." J. H. Craln and W. F. Wilson both of Wilson,, were named executors with tlic request expressed that they be permitted ^o serve without DWld. ST. LOUIS. <U1>>—Three heads, carved from stone, and believed dating back to the 12th Century, were purchased recently by City Arl Museum. The price paid was $6.930. Alihougis ihe heads have been on display for nearly a year, actual purchase was not made until recently. Intense interesl of the public prompted museum officials to make the purchase. Although the Heads are nDt identified, one resembles .the "Beau Dleu" o; Amiens, a masterpiece ol several centuries ago. The other two pieces of art work apparently are of a saint or a pro phet of Ihe 12t.i Century and rainl of the 1 4th or 15th Century. Tlic word "pyjamas" comes from n Hindustani word meaning "leg cloth." Mothers! In treating children's cold*, don't take chances.. use PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS CARDUI Used By Women I ForOverSOYearsI AN EVENT OF SPECIAL INTEREST To THE WOMEN READERS OF THE NEWS I-/- 1 I//!, NEXT WEEK rl^^ ) \ "f.. --V 5 ! ••VcC^ ,">'•-- October 24-25-25-26-27 Tuesday - Wednesday -Thursday - Friday OOKING SCHOOL AT THE City Hall Auditorium MODERN RECIPES AND APPLIANCES DEMONSTRATED BY MRS. GEORGE THURN _. . uJgJSf - \ \ ^\ \ --~^i DOORS OPEN-1 P.M. Thousands of women have learned new home making methods, new recipes, new ideas from this famous woman. She has helped solve troublesome household problems with her practical suggestions. Attend every session and reap the benefits of her experience. *ji>yj«y » LECTURE- 2 P. Come prepared to ask questions— they will be answered from the stage. Bring pencil and notebook so that you may take down suggestions and advice. Plan now with ,. your friends to be present at every session of the Cooking School. DISTRIBUTED AT EVERY SESSION • GIFTS

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