The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1931 · Page 3
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THI-HSDAY, MARCH 19, 1931 UJ. (AUK.) COURIER NKWS I'AOE TIIHRh BIG fOSItlTIL Potocki Family Rules Huge Estates in Poland UT-nl vt'p.rs Irving to I'oorflanlz? Ins huMlii^s and biing Minn back to piolil.ibli pioiluctivlty. Ills lat- i-Kl projwiLil. i-y which In 1 hui!?.s to slate for WARSAW, March 19. (UP)--A few hours' Journey from Warsaw. In the foothills ol ihe Carpathians, in mld-Cialicla, stands Castle Lilian, heritage ol the po\vei ful l'oioc!-;i Inmily for ns far tack as Polish aristocrats can remember, show-place extraordinary, anil a BOLK! index to the bankroll of the owner nisi. lucky enough lo bo In possession. After firmly establishing himself The citato was amoii'i the favor- In the fielil of insurance, Uanks u e resting places ol cx-KliiR l-'er- wiirned his activities to ihe bank- •dinand of Rumania din-ins liis vis- Ing fphcie, becoming president of Us i o Poland; it is still shavn lr ihe American Exchange Trust- com- ! visiting foreigners. It is al-u n fail pany licre end hoMin? larpe blocks indication cf the present i-i;inii. (Continued from Page 1) 'i:x in 13 states and Irunsiict- an immcns; .volume of Uusi- tunes fire available from Polish yov- eimnentnl somccs. nnd full tax returns arc not published. so thai 1! Is Impossible lo make n one-twn- threc classification ctm-lally. b.u nevertheless the Ha-.l7i'.vill holdings, by common unreemcni. would lak; 1 place money in tiny race to a showdown on actual wealth,— aSsj in land. KadrJwill has b?.-n in tin- p>- litk'iil pleturt_ i for f.o:nu time. l:e.v;- ing the conserv.iUve laif,'i; hull- owners in siipi>orl of Marshall l'il- sudskl and his luity. 11» is a Critr.- otic bin not Nationalist. His hides' holdings aie in l!n- ili.trLi <>: \V'j:- ynla. I'llliro Wra'lhy Close on the lia-1; (.:' !C-.,.!<'•.' comes Prince Maurice l / -i:.r:v.-.[: lnxe.5. is for part o( his pnrti'lUnt; nii to liis nil u Er?al iie.ifr.iits mill Povc-Mimonl jrriuSslon for on death Instantly. It was stated by'Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams. Mrs. wilnesses Hint Scarbrough was liijWtlron Is recovering from a minor an Intoxicated condition. ! niier.v.lon pri formed Monday In n Although tin' slaying occurred J Memphis hospital, one-half mile east, (if here, It wa.; 1:1 It. 1). Cobb of Fresno, Ol., Is the the corporate limits of Dm elly of ,nmM -of Ills aunt, Mrs. M. L. Sum- llorncrsvllle. Married Chauffeur to Coach His Stroke . LOS AKQL'LKS. (UP)—Slis mar-Hed him lo Irnln him, opined Mrs," Ella Fourrlcr, 37, who claims thrcJ- J«)lin Scarbrough Dies Af- I<T Shooling SuiuJiiy; Claude Ancil Held, HOHNKHSVILLK. Mo., March 19. —I'lineral sci vices were conducted heie yesterday for John Scaibroiitfh. 40-year-old victim of a 'gun shot wound iiUlirted by Claude Anull near this "city Sunday afUriiD-jn. Intel ir.rnt was in the lloinersvule iiry. Tlie deceased !•> Oiceota Socicly—-Personal of stock in Ihe A. I). Banks group, in Poland, totli industrially wilh units located in every secllonj agiicultnrally. and. by dertiiclta ol the slate. | perhaps, politically. Following the wrecking of hisj Ijnd I'mllviilnl hanks ar.d Insurance companies In For Poland's wealth, both natio.i- lwho.se heritaoe Is in the form of a' last fall's financial upheaval Banks I al and individual, dcsplle the, in- indivisible parcel held : pave up "U home In Little Rock j tensive post-war drive toward ia- couple of counties ol nirl i-.-turni-.l lo Fonlyce. His per- • diisli-liilizalioii. lemains wilh I hi • land. And Individual wealth, di' i spite the 1919 Agrarian law for par- celling Hie large estates, and ih: ever growing and lana-hnngcr c' the peasants, remains hugely im . .. .. n, - • divided. to l frirtune. at one li:i:e estimated at $5.000.000 Is said to L-c almost, i emireiy gone. couple of counties oi It in I'.- ? Lub liner dLslriut. One of his hcbblr-s i development of Polish culture. He- fore the war he bill! the W-.ir.-a Philharmonic Hall. He has teen ac- live in ;x>htics since his ycut ; ;. H held a seal In the former Russia iDuma. His political tendencies sim Theatre Sold laytj SnOW Owners Tilc 'amily Potocki. today, as hi i the war have b:en National Uein-j- fcimor 'generations. oeeupi-H ai-jerallc,—cp])cs?d to Ihose of Ra'.i/i- COCTKD. -Mu.--.)ohn T Gilliland "'t^anliag posiiion !n Ihe Pa'.K- . will, lie" was Minister and laU'i- 1-is aii'icuuccd Ihe sale of 'the aristocracy. Besides diicctm;: h: j Ambassado:- in Paris, lie is latter Cooler thratre to the Po|)in uro- many interests in his e.slates. thf !of eleven ciiildren. H'c/s. owners and managers of (he- P'esent family head. Count Alfred | Zamoyski has been kept busy in. nil-talking thcalr,; at Hayti. he ° r Lanciu. finds lime lo indulge his' — -lie includes the machine and all i P a "ion for i»lo, fcr which he is fix:ures. which were all modern ! we " knmv " '" Knglnnd, and to in- and up-lo-da'.e. The local thea-I <iul ee also his love for hunting. Ire hud been closed during the! A (eiv v<;;lrs a so, Potocki crgan- winler months. ' iMil a big game exixnlilion to Afri- Thls is (he first time in nearly: 0 " which was cstima'.ed lo hav; Hvrnty yeats that Cooler has becn'.cost more than S250.000. His son v.-itl-.oiit a Ihsatrc. accordins (o the | Joseph, 30, is i-ItacheJ Ic th: Pcl- loval mana'ji.'r. Q. C. Wagster. but,'-' 1 Embassy in London. He is mar- it Is understood that an all-talking ; vl ed to the daughter of Prince Jan- theatre will bo installed in the \ us Radziwill. Potocki is the richest !'.?ar future. I man in Poland today; Radziwill Ls i second. Another of Poland's !r,nd r imif-s who IhuK lum.'clf hi i-.'iupor- ary tax ulflicnliie.s, is ai--.j listed a one oi CtOnnanv's liaouij vlii/^n.i —Count Joh.uin ll-. 1 ::!^; 1 !! Ik^li beri:. Prince of Plrss. iH:- 1- r: ~" man by nallonalilyK At- present In has a small ux in.--;.iiif \.un ti. yovernm;'nt.—a nuitUi cl i ., uu- S'^.- COO.OOO in back impji.is cm his coal and fun's! l.ini!:;. and hi-. v h!-ewerlc;-. Piince I'll.is is only :IO. b\t a uuad business man ii.'V;':i:-i I f .. lie '.a 1 filed two of K- siulls U-i inr.-iii-j »: "f which Is urowii. ])rleiice ami taken over the work. Ancil U being lieni in II;? of urhi'jini; fir.anciai order lo his ; Jnil al Kemiett without banJ penn- , . .,.„.,.,,,, „..„.., estates himself. He Is a strmii; de- ' Inn his hearing on churls of llrsl I i- c 1U11USM > 8""" fender at the (icnnan nnntuhy in dc.;ue murilei 1 . According tj wit- Poland, and is chairman of Ihe' nc-.-M's testifying at the Intnicst, Cietman Volksbund of Up]>er Sil- . Ei-.isbrough approached a isaiulilluj csia. His palace in Ple.ss il'.-./- hens,' Iwlng conducted by Ancil cyi'.a. in Polish' was the tierman,. t'uiulay alternocn nnrt after an »1- Cj. II. Q. for this ix-jlon during the - teicatlon was ordered uway from war. the table by liie laltcr. When Ihc ; order was given, accoidlng to the TOMOHHOVV. l-'hnlins Utissia's t'UiU-nce, Svarbrouuh renchcd Ids -si man IHJ easy inaltrr. ners. and Mr. Simmer*, In O.'crala Etl!1 Kn'n'lcr, 37, who claims thrcJ this week ',' i( k'^ii'^'B-dlstnnce swimming titlss. whaj A party of Osceolans s|iL'iulln« bllc * n!kca lo tllc allor wl '- h °=w: c several drws In Mlemphls this week I' 1 - ™ds, '22, a chauffeur. :lnys In Mlemphl: liu'lndi's MesilmiH'S F. U Phlpps. n. .\. Cuitncr, Joe Uromer. It. H. Cromer and Cirorgc I>iylc. Mis. liobr'il C. Sumnevs, wlio nas keen teaching nl Uclrks, Ark., ar- ilvi.l yi-s'.rnlny. sin and Mr. Ku r ,t- Mrs. K. U. liosan of l.nxora. m ' 1 ; 1 ^'\ m » k< | Hioir home in Os- grand waiden, Mis. Oulnevera ; IT<|!:1 -., wtK '" >»fy will r;'sh!c l-i- Johnson of Wilson, deputy worthy l^™"ly with Mr. Siinnim parents, million lor Ihe 15th Arkansas ills-;' '• "'" -" rs - ^'- '•• >'=i'ii.ie.s. lilcl of the Knslcm Slai 1 . and Mrs. ,. "" """ Annie Simile of ftKiilimilus, v.-Jr-! Jt ""' , „"'' ''^ b) ins widow and several children. '"V Kf 1 "" 1 " llltro » "', lll(> (A1rt "'. lv ^j ,,ul,o mi'ipus! In Ihe world. oryanl/allnn, me In Nashvllli 1 . lui-' ' ne.ssce, Ihls week whcie ihey are nlioii in Frnnz the norlhernmcst ller. liusbanil, the new Mrs. fields said, showed promise as a shimmer, and she Intended to coj:h him loi 1 llic Olympic games tu IB held here In 19X!. i allendlng the annual assembly oi; chap'rr o; iEii.-ilem Star. 'I'hey were ticcDin- Iliunted by Dr. K. U. Hogiin of l.ux- '. ora. fl is thtee cenliirics since Charles r.i.i.u!!. a l--iTi!fhman, creator ot Cir.tleri !l:i and lied nidlng was born. hand into a pocket ar.d advnncjd I lov.ard Ancil, cursing him. WI\T<-- | U]xi;i the latter srl/.ed a revolver i and fired ft shot. The bullet Miiick'nml small dum;htcr. Nancy 3no\v Hood. Srurtirough In the forehead, penc- of Wiulirld, La., are In Osccola for E. K. Alexander nf Illylhevlllc was a business vlsllor in O.seeob yeslcixluy. Hurry Matcher and Miss Aimle Maillson of I<ep.inlo wer^ mavri.'l licic. Jusllr; u. I.. Wnddell saylii;: Ihc ceri'iuony. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. S. Wils.m Jr.. GAS'1% I'liillips "HO" and '1V> Save rdi- In !)<V ml 'I'nnk nf (jas Open Day .V rvi-ry Harry Bailey Arch, Hcrmnmhile, Mo. M.irry Uailey, I'rnji. C()l!l{Ti:()US SKKV1U Haling the brain and causing his WOMEN'S HEADACHES No ucctl in suffer from distressing jxr- Klic lic.ndnchcA every inoiiUi. Asm^e- .iu of Ca|)iL(!iiii! usually !>rin$ii ylorU' ous relief in ;i ks\' luimilca. Dix-sii't LlKlLi[|>noriLi.il functions. No harmful . iui;i. At Altt][i)e»ti.n'4ln ioc,jix\6oclx*iil«. Jrbi'll,L-dc>if-4l txla fojnialr.i. HICKS 4* : apitdwc f fOK HfADACHfS n visit with Mrs. Wilson's parents. WARNED AGAINST SALESMEN NEW EP.ITAIN, Conn.. lUPI — T\vo Hnrlford women who said they fr.f n d to make a final 55 pay- imnl on n pi^no they bought br- caiiEe the salesman told them not t:i worry about it were advised by Judse Morris Saxe: "Never believe a piano salesman." He ordered; them to pay up. but dismissed action brought by the piuuo firm fcr S48 interest charges- No cx!lct n S lll ' cs on I )rl ™ 10 How One Woman Lost20Lbs,ofFat; Lost Her Double Ctiin [ i.osl Her rrominenl Hips 5,os1 Her Rlucjcishnoss ; Hainert Physical Vicnr r.-incd in Yivariourncss Gained in Shapely ri£i:rc E MELLOW Purifies Travel Dollars <i:i(i Travel Time It vou're ful—first cause! Take one half trasFoondtl of : KP.USCKEN SALTS in a nlass cf . hoL \valer before breakfast every j morning- cul cut pastry and fatty ; meals—go light on po'.atces. butter. ; crram ar.d sugar—in 3 weeks gel: on the scales and nctc how many ! pounds of fat have vanished. i Notice alsr> that you have jaineS in energy- -your skin is clearer—! your eyes sparkle with hfallh—you feel younger —keener in mind. K^UECHH^f will | Chicajo give any fat person a pyous sur-! Birmlnjjliim ovs the |: Put tliembackinyaur pursu -—the dollars you save going by Greyhound bus! Then settle back in a deep-cushioned reclining chair for a pleasant trip, on time-saving schedules- to cities a few miles distant or a few thousand. The ndn'ce of your physician is: Kcc/ioirt of doors, in t/ic ojwn flir, brenthe deeply; mice plenty o/e.\vrcise in the mellow sunshine, find ItfU'e cl periodic clicc)(-iif> on the health of jour bod}. Hundreds o/ Suv.'ngs Like These: glorious , St. Louis S4.15 in body I Cape Giranlean S1.S5: • —'• — • ' 58.15 ;-5.25J prise. -Tnpem S3.10; Get nn 85: bottle of KRUSCHEN j C'.irksvillc SS.BO SALTS at- Kirb/ Drug Co.. (lasts -5 Jackson S".!5 w-ehsi. If even this first bottle! x«-,- Orleans : S10.25 (icesn't convinre you this is Iho j Dclroit : ?ll.Ij easiest, salest and surest way to j Cleveland S1G.I5 | lose fat—if you don't ieri a superb , New York Sil.OD j improvement in health—so °lor-> Los Angita, S35.10 ;ou;ly enerfitic—vigorously alive—i .Memphis S1.25 your nmcv gladly retiin.ed. ' j Mrs. Maine Carey of Buffalo. K.) y.. writes—"Sli'.re I \Ky.n takiii". KruFclifn Salts I have lost 23 j pounds and I feel as if I had lo?.: j 50 pounds—I fcci so good and tiv21 best part of it all is liiat f cat j anything f like." --Adv. 3| ........ ,,---, -,r,,,.-v r UNIOiN But) Jhl'O 1 Phone 270 C E H T T .". "" itei. t3ui] your v (LK-.S from a ,S/KA J .' The Bright Shine OxfiirdK for Men v/hc !)cm;mii finnii Fi Styled fTi meet the demand of Hi; man \vliu chooses Ilia footwear with can\ Their low price—their i«v- fect fit—their exccptioniil constniction of fine calf and kid skins proclaim th:m as tiic outstanding Ox- for;l? of Ihn Season. Your choice of Black. Tat, and Combinations. Also Showing Men* Oxfords a I $2.95 and S3.95 Snappy Slyks - - - All Leather Mcns riosiery 25c and 50(^ a jwir -Central Shoe Store 0. C. Ganskc Gcral<Uuc Kicliardson Jfnnagcv Hosiery Department Von Don't HHVC To He Rich To lie Stylish LUCKIES are always kind to your throat Everyone knows that sunshine mellows-that's why the "TOASTING" process includes the use of the Ultra Violet Rays. LUCKY STRIKE-made of the finest tobaccos—the Cream of the Crop—THEN — IT'S TOASTED"-an extra, secret heating process. Harsh irritants present in oil raw tobaccos are expelled by "TOASTING." These irritants are sold to ethers. They ere not present in your LUCKY STRIKE. No wonder LUCKIES are always kind to your throat. inf arable Values at only Y'.'U'H Ijo Kiunxcd of how much suit value you men aro gelling at tlii.s wonderful price. You'll bo ju;:t as amazed at tlieir quality, at .the vast ' selection, at tli; perfect lit and fine tailoring. We don't ovi'i; altnn;il to sell llic-in liecausc they sell tliciuscivrs. Other Good Suits up to $35 toasted" Your Throat Protection—against Irritation—against cough 31. The American Tobacco Co.. Hirs- Dobbs Hats $8--$10 Nunn Bush Shoes *.50~$10 tushes

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