The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1937 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, NOVKJim?K 13, 193V BLYTHBVILIE,- (ARK.)' COUKlMll NEWS Stars Gleam in White at Film Premiere Returns From Eight Day Survey Are Sent lo Washington U1TLE ROCK, Nov. 18 (UP)— Kmnloycs of the Arkansas WPA today consolidated to send lo Washington tile returns from tlicir eight day .survey of the needy unemployed in (lie stale. The survey was completed last midnight. Stale Administrator Floyd Slini'i) announced today that liis ollkc is I not authorized to release figures obtained from Hie siin'fy. He said during the survey the WPA obtained narrative statements of economic nml employment trends lor the coming months Irom hundreds of business men and -industrialists in the slate. PAGE FlVfcl Rabelais House In Metz Turned Into Museum by lilmsrtf. When Unit ambition wns realized he stinted on Ills' next one— lo become n liccnsi/l pilot. Eddie nlrcjHi}' iius his next ain- : hltion nil plHUncd-lo uutniu ft transmit. licenst, thi-n attend n .svlicol for iustructun; and Uien to osluWlsh ii'iiwu whonl of nvla- 1 lion in UK- soulji. "TluTi' an- .scv-i cml In tin- north hut none in' the south. 1 nndmlund. imd I i waul 10 In- me lii.si Mm'," lie! Hi' lion i.s cm-i>ma;;r(l In Ills !<ml)i-i by :< friend who IIHS prom- lo Ijiu-k him llmincmlly in 1 Ills Jl'liwl, wllril III! teams CIKXIIllli to Mail (his venture. i An I'kTlric IIIHVCT shovel \v!lli ;i dipper (luil |>oii!jrs out iii'iirly 1M Icn.s n( cm-ill in one tiite !•; n:,ccl in ilu- mmi-nit iiiliilu>> of nml in the :,t»( t . o( Illinois. METIS. France (UP)—The house wliere Francois Uabtlais lived in Met/ in 1547 tins just been con- \rrled into a museum. By a resolution of the Mctz munidijal cctincil. (lie limi.se will te rrstorixl s'.nd architects arc studying an- j splendor in white fur as modeled ky !hrce of movlriaiid's fdiiiiiliK- slais, .set the style at the Holly- oicnl nccumciUs and cngravmcys i . co( , ,,„„,,,,,.,, Qf C!oldwnVs "Hurricane." Center, Dorothy La incur, heroine of the .stormy Him. ar- 1 rives in a horsc-diiv.vn victoria, to startle premiere fans. Joan Crawford, right, looks her mast sophis- bcbt in a gorgeous evening wrap, and Sonja Hcnic, left, with long braids, mixes an atmosphere of Ihe Far North with a South Sea picture, One MiMrcmely yoort prcscilptlmi for rheumatism. si'liUli'a, neuiHls •ijui hmib,tf>o—whc'i caused or itj;- tiiuvatrd by excess nrle iwltl 01 ollnr (liailiUmu poisons—and most "t il Is—Is ivpll and favorably .known to live phnnunclsl.s nil ovoi Ann'hcu. Just us!; lor n uimecs Alleiirn luvfcription inul take »i Oivcclctl- il Is swift and safe-ot- K-J (hat (he structure will be actly as it was when Ihe writer! inhabited it. j ticatccl A ralleetion of relics, passibly! the ciirrrnl |i;\s:,c» '.iiroush a con- ticllcr unit. c ; jTry To Curb Small Pox lii Craighead County: manuscripts, and ancient editions; of the works ot Rabelais Is iKins asscnihlcil for the new literary .'•Ininr wliicli is expected to M- Iraet tliausands of visitors in years to come. Rabelais li^cd in Ihe house wliilc serving as a physician in Mctz. After the death of Francis! 1 the writer became municipal: 1 doctor in that city and there he; JONESBORO. Ark.. Nov. 18 (UP) cchi'eutratcd en the fourth book j —Craighead county health officials of "The Heroic Deeds of Gargan- "'is w?ek started taking precau- lua and Pantagruel." ' lions to curb ihe spread of small | pox in the county. Dr. L. L. Path| et-ee. hen<l of th c unit, reported lliat nine cases of the disease had been registered. The first cases were discovered about it month n«o in a family near here. Ail but one of the other cases have ijeen traced to that source, in which three members of the one family had been stricken. The only reported case in Jones- WHY BUY The UNKNOWN and unbranded itVerchahdise wKen ive are offering you nationally known, reliable merchandise backed by our reputation of 35 years standing, iit the low prices quoted bfclow. Cotoe in and see these Wonderful Clothing values before you buy. Ladies* Coats, Mum's Fall Suits Men's Overddats Sensational Sale of ATS ten the piiln anil agony leave hows. Costs »l)ont 85c. Cut Mils onl and s»v« It. in 'Shine Boy' Is Only Negro Air Pilot In Cily Electric Fence Marches Along With Progress HERENDON, O. (UP)— America 's farm fences arc going along with the march of time. A single strand of tlectricallv- elmreed Imbed wire is displacing out," this desire \vas rekindled. •Up asked Bill crews to t;ikc him up and nficr Unit Eddie shln- cd shoes with a lltlle more vim cecait.se sonic day he know he would fly one of those ships all , six strand j boro, officials said , nlii_ictm-t_ ! ,1 r.. n .. + , *,,• . ! on a business tiii> to St. Louis. tile old type four to wire fence and other i cd barriers. The controller unit is automatic.' Neither rain nor snow afreets !isi qicration. Through a highly per-! < novwr campaign Mapiicrt fcctal serifs of electric apparatus-] DALHART. Tex. (OP) -North es the current-from a Hsht sock-). Tcxas - r/anhandlc ami adjacent ct or battery is_ foiitrojled m.volt-1.areas in/ northeastern New Mexico .igc. n inay te> turned high .or; have started mmiyinz campaigns low. on or on, thus allowing tor, against grasshoppers next .spring. safety and cfTectiveness in hold-: — --_ __ ing livestock. j 'Ihe wire is rigged high enough 1 so thai cattle may graze for weeds' underneath or the weeds may be! cut with a mower, eliminating; fence-line weeds. Expensive fences, too. are eliminated. A sinyls! wire thc width of a jvnle. .1 gale hook and spring arc all that are needed. Actual operation of the fen MniDle. The livestock tench ..„, wire, establishing a contact witu! Ilie (,'i-oHiid. and after finding out) tile wire's potency rarely havei Kgain the desire to "wander." | llic iinc fence is dangerous only! when connected directly to a poT-i er line. There is no danger wli-n "The Flying Shine Boy," Blylhc- ville's only negift student pilot, will' cUain his license for flying within a short time. Eddie Washington, negro porter at the Prevost battier shop, has 45 hours of solo flying to his credit since hi.s lirsl night February 10, and will obtain his private license when Ue has completed 50 hours. Eddie, who Is believed to be thcj cnly negro pilot in this .section, has wanted to fly since he was , ., - , » I'tllc pickaninny and saw the from the nfflictMl's being exposed j MS white birds speed overhead. When he began working at the barber shop, ivhcrc n number of local aviation enthusiasts "hang Sufferers t>f STOMACH ULCERS to HYPEjRACI DITY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK TniJ IVILI/AItDTIlKAT.MBNTIiiw brought iironipl, dcflhUo relief in Iliousaiids of Lout's of Stomach and Duodenal Ulceri. due la Hyperacidity, and olhi-r form.* of Sltminrii fllj- tresi dun 10 r-.Vrf^s Acitt SOLD ON 15 13AYS TRIAL. I'or roiTiDlclo Informal [im. roail "Willurd's MttMcc of Relict." Ask for U— irco— at >. K1RBY BROS. DRUG ROBINSON DRUG g Manila: PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE CO Inc. A FINANCIAL PLAN FOR EVERY MAf-f THE HAMILTON TRUST FUND Prospectus Available J. C. Evans liox GO I [ilythcvillc, Ai'i:. s|Ladies' Si Men's Tailoring; Pur Cunt Alterations Ladies' Custom Tailored Suits Alterations of all types Phone 5S HUDSON'S f* tl'ffW 1 * 1 *•>**••"?•• '^-•'•-- BRING BEAUTY AND CONVENIENCE t& you* kitchen, utrfk G, MODERN PERFECTION OIL RANGE UJHEH vou PUT on HflnES! DON'T WiisVc any time on a wild ijooscflcsh chase for Winter, comfort! Cct yourself sonib liANES Underwear today. Tlie minute yovi put it on your baclt, you can wave gbo.-1-byc to cold ,_ waves! Here's a unioh-siiit >o velvety soft anil Warrii inside lliat you'll Have thc snugjc.it Winter of your life. And notice this when you've huttoncd-up in H,\Nts: Tha arm-pils iloii't pull n;«l bind, the crotch doc.in't tighten and cut. Yoll can reach, bend, anij stoop—in comfort! Ccntjem-h, that's bccnvisc HAHES is honestly measured to match the length of your trunk as well as the width of your chest. Buttons, buttonholes, 'cliffs and sea tils arc sewed to put tlicu-car m this> underwear! See your HANES Dealer today. T'ive High-Power burners — fast, ' "' '""''' j clean, easy to regulate for every cooking task A nt.irfiy dealer his 1I.VNES IH^n-Suh,, 51 up ... Shltl, jntl Drawer* trim 75c . . . Bnv«' tlmol.-Suils. 75C . . . iMcrrlchilcl S|«pcr = , ?3c. Al.o WINTER SF.FS (,;,<; „,.,„ sf,;,,- „„,; ,.„,., shorts ilfuxtrafctt a( nV.;). 5Sc lo 75co>rh. P. I!, llanrr. Knil- *'.*!:; Co., Winslon-Salcni, N. C. THE ANTIFREEZE MEN AND BOYS • You never s;iw no oil stove as bcuulifiil as this one—nor a gas or electric range, for that m.itter. Jts cream-white, or pure white porcelain finish amlsmart design will modernize your kitchen at moderate cost. Five fast, clean, High-Power burners arc concealed behind a panel which opens against thc lower front of the range; the burners, however, operate equally well with the panel open or closed. Other features arc: a "Live- Heat" oven at convehiclu height; a concealed burner i tray; a concealed, removable two-gallon oil reservoir. Come ' in soon and let us show you. j SiaSANDFRICBTOPUASEMl Whatever your space problem, ur your budget requirements, ihccf's a High-Power Perfection to please you. l:vcry High-Power burner on every model is exactly the same. A Complete Lint- of HANES UNDERWEAR JOE ISAACS, Inc. I'lionc 32 18 Years of St-nicc uiul Al! Beautifully Fuircd Hciuilirnl ncvdly mid smooth woolens, cxpi'i'lly tul- lui'til, rich calln linlncs. lOfl-; \voill lntpi--l'liilii';s . . . (lie /-rnsdit's siiiditesl .slvl'u at i'cnl IIHIUI-V- Mivhn jirlei 1 .". 1'lir I'llrN: I'niss Pnv Hleli .l;i|i Mink \Velf < Vcrtt $59.50 Values RKGULAK $39.75 COATS l Down To OUR SEE THANKSGIVING DAY IIHLS MORE THftN OFF on ERR = EBTERS SEE THE nmnzinc" new. ^ DIRECTION HEAT * .. ^»^ SET YoupyovWr TERMS BUY WHAT YOU NEED NOW- PAY AS YOU GET PAID Use Our Convenient BUDGET PLAN Kvcty Cult, vvltli lidi lustrous iw liimmiliR.'i ;tml .';tylivl lo llir inJii- iiio. ilclily llncU nml wool liilt'V- UP 5f'0 $27.50 COATS DIIKSK AND Sl'OKT STY —Mitrkcil \jiri\n To Ycnltilnlly .styled (iress and sport Ccals in u wide rniiBf nf novolty nnd • situiolh-iveavc woolens. .lUS'l'MOOU !K)l,I,Y\VOOi) port Coats SI 9.75 Valtk'.s 75 Ji.'.U ii)»«r stpiwijiivk Sport Coats;-- 'ntylcd by llollyu'uuil di-siiincrs, n\m Cnnicl's Hair C'oats tu Ihis i-roup. Complete nnge of Slices. $16.95 Coats $12.1)5 toals $10.95 Coats Jean ami °'"' n " C!il Hill;:. :incl Hijht wolijHl ivno^iiN (n .'< wide vtuipl.y (ll 1HHV iUUl a)V,)CllUlVj jitylc.s. Ulcul for business, street, or (tress \vcnr. .- , ,,:«-, /" FiT.ck.s HVC ftll olTcvcd this ^imclnl ^rmip . nilvnncc<l \vltiicr fclj (t(Jilvnt)c colors. (,'KOtM'S al (ireally Reduced Prices $19.75 Dressfes Now 95 15 1 ......... $16,75 Dresses Now Dresses t « i Ni:w Ijinh stititlc:;, :i 1 s o diivk cnloi':; in I UP ! t\i- : oil's fnvoiYil styles, ST.itS Values makes . , . every 510.75 Dress Included In this groin.). $12.75 Dresses Noto I.'ciiutinil now stytt 1 Utc.s- Scs Unit oiler stylo' and t;uaUty nt 11 rc'al nionty ftaviit'^ price. Gel youv:t CHILDREN'S COAtS $10.95 Values $7.'95 $4.95 Values $3.47 Ladies' Knit Suits New Shades ?!l.!>r> Values $6,75 Children's 3-Pc. Crtat Sets- Coal, lofcgin^s a'h(|.i{e)rac'l, \'nluos tri ?fl.i)5 Suits Overcoats PRICES CU T DEEP for QUICKS A LE $13.95 SUITS $17.95 SUITS $19,75 SUITS GOODVEAR ANTl-FREEZE 25 e Per Qf. ^RADIATOR STOP LEAK DEFROSTING FAN DRIVING GLOVES WINTER FRONTS ROBES ^ * DRIVING GLOVES ) \ * WINTER FRONTS / NC* ROBES ^/ 307»iiFBEE 6CI. In HOSE HIIE1GE New Goodyear tiros pul in serv-' ice on cool Fall ond Wihlcr' roads will average 30?o mor« milongc. Savc-r-with safoty,\ BUV NOW. M:n'.s Worsted Suits 1 «roup Men's Woal Iiicliuline worsteds and in sciul colors and Suits, plnln tilid sitort fiiralinrics, pfnln and cinarl pnllrrns, ii|:»ra]- tacks, single Knd don- sport backs lit Plaids, iny models, reduced l/> bio brcrtstcd nnjilcls Checks and Strips. S/.i?5 ^14a9b CO.UEE $27.50 SUITS 50 The S^inesl fru' I he .Minify, Now lart sDuts loi- liard to fit mtii. 1 ! (I ro\i |j S22.5I) Stiils S2I.75 Stiili $21,50 Gi-ectf Sale of TOPCOATS •1 Money .Saving (;rou[is FJnc all VyOal fabric-s; and in a groat variety "ot patterns. "The 'two lilglicr prtcbd pi6ii|)s Ir.eliicie l'.\c famous Ctirlcc Coals. .fS Va!uc« 517.50 Values $R95 „,! i-, .. , 521.80 Values S17.50 116.50 1.75 (o 27 Ji v-iluts Si 9.75 ALL HOYS' SUITS AT GRKATLY KKUUCKI) PRICKS

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