The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1941 · Page 8
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• STORIES IN STAMPS imTp HUID Man and Women .Are BLYTHEVnXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS R Those Cited For|Threshing Machines Conspicuous Bravery Are Antiques Today ^ Jin 9i mp) T HE lhresh '?K -machine, with a., Jan. JJ. <UP> x sl en orj ne and brlt-rinv™ I Measure Would A I 1 o w Counties To Levy On el Mill Tax For Hospitals LITTLE RQCK, Jan. 24. HJP>.~ The house today received a joini | resolution by Representatives; Righlor and Heslep of Phillips! County calling, for a housekeeper of reeeh^ %eoV: Mrs. rda,MfcOowan. * ton Ark ° tl)clr President Has Made Up Hi* Mind But. Won't Tell! WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP)—I President Roosevelt .said today he' had selected a successor to-retiring Supreme Court Justice James C. Mi-Reynolds, but that announcement of lii.s choice would not bo \ made for a long, long time 1 _. ' ' ..._._._,_."- j Ul-Fitlcd Lighthouse ,Site i Two attempts/in 1891 and 18S4.J WITH made to build a'permanent.! :'!iiiihouse on the outer . reef of! Diamond fhoals, off Cape Ha tier- ' i',.-. Noilh Carolina. No further at- j i'.'inpt• fc;y» been made since thai; amr? t-> rrplace the tos.slng .bla- 1 nioiid lightship. • ' ; Sea Water ; Harmful A person adrift, at sea will )iye longer by taking no water at all than by drinking sea water. Sea water Ls -so salty that, while the kidneys are eliminating the excess .salts, water from the blood plasma is lost, thus hastening death. f'aid Unknowingly ( Seven oi' the hens of Mrs. W. M. Matthew.-; were stolen by a ihicr in Pilot Mountain, N. C.. but he lost his wallet, containing $150, in his haste, so Mrs. Matthews ipf-l.s well repaid; There are now 18 .staler, and M cities in the United .States' that havu some kind of a compulsory ] FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1941 vehicle inspection system, burning at Talihinn, Okla.. Jan 18, 1940. •-, £ -• . ( _ — -jreshing grain a .single iroin operation, have practically driven the old machines from the Amer- 5n ican scene. a bedioom on the second floor of a frame house when it caught fire. MJSS Eatrison, tin-owing a coat are exclusively in winter "wheat areas and are rapidly moving into spring wheat The tractor :. Three men pf 10, in less time, almost unknown the in a coat. the binning .stair, and en- _, wtt , a . UIU9l the bt-droom. She aroused j in 1915; today there are cd woman and wrapped )""" Then Miss Harrison, supporting Mrs. McGowan from behind and - - llu ' ler . l ° • sWel<1 her market) agricUture's growth in the The the young woman's face, and "dropping bits of paper ignited her hair and clothing. Suffering great pain, she finally (rained the outside entrance. Dropping Mrs. McGowan here, she rolled on the ground and f extinguished the fire on her clothing. A man Today trae- j by voters in the 1942 «l;»cl!on, /;?™ b _ ines mjlkl '. cl1 , 1 - |cowntius would be allowed to levy a! > additional one mill Lax for the maintenance of a coumy or municipal hospital. With Representative Roy Riulcs of Men a in the speaker's chnir, Representative Murry and others introduced :i food stamp bill that was approved by Governor Adkins. At noon house members votsd to recess until two p.m. Monday. fn t)ie .senate a noon hour re- (•15-s.s wu.s taken .shortly after 12 o'clock, and Lieutenant Governor Bob Bailey announced that the afternoon .session would be devoted Neigh- to the ;rjvernor'.s bond refunding bill. During the morning, the senate passed a house bill by Representatives Riales and Weisenberg calling for the state to maintain highways through towns and cities. passing of the threshing machine r9bs farming of much of ihe co-operative spirit that i Kansas of the 1'a.st ..' ! The state.of Kansjis; riov/ a land j of rolling pmrles. still bears evi- i dciic.e of u pa.sl Unit was -vastly dij- j ierent. There are two known vtH- i uanii: cones v/ithin the state;. v;lih | surrounding rocks v.'hich oiii-e! were molten lava. ' •; .. bors worked'\vithoiit pay to bring grain irorn tic-Ids to machine, knowing they would be similarly i repaid.•' Only the owner of the outfit and his mechanics were paid in cash. The coming of the threshers was an important annual event. And no banquet can match the meals put oui the fire in her "hair. | farmwives cooked for the crews. Mrs. McGowan sustained only minor burns, bur she died ten days later from shock and infirmities. Miss Harrison was very severely -burned and was under a physician's care for 15 weeks. Medal for Pocahontas Hero A bronze medal was given for the heioism displayed by Lewis C. Agee. of near Pocnhoritas, Ark.. ^ip eavp },is life in an attempt to save Naomi Lee Wnrd. 1G, from drowning at Manson. Ark.. Sept. 8. 1940. The medal was given to Agee's father. Miss Waid lost her hold on a rree limb in the Black River in water 12 feet deep and-sank beiow the surface. Agee waded out from the bank and then swam 16 feet to Miss' Ward. Both went under when Miss Ward clung -to Agee. An expert swimmer then went to the rescue. He succeeded in holding both Agee and the girl above the water for a few moments, but soon all three wer« submerged. The expert swimmer came to the surtere: alone, then dived and recovered Miss Ward. H e brought her to shore where sh'e .was revived. Agee drowned. ' " • '; A man and a woman who found romance and were .mamed after their'former mates gave their lives irka heroic act'were also on "the list of those receiving medals. William ^ Klumker. 43. farmer, and Martha E. Grill. 41, housewife, gave their lives on July 30, 1939, in an attempt to save a child from drowning in the -Colorado River near McCoy, Colo. Since the deaths- of their former mates, Mrs Klumker and M. Ray Grill, of Toponas, Colo., have married, the commission said, and medals will be awarded to Klumker's former widow and to Grill. No Dissenting Votes When Adkins' Measure Is Called To Final Vote ^ LITTLE ROCK. Jan. 24 tUP)~ The house of representatives today unanimously passed and .sent to the senate Governor Homer M. Adkins' " bond refunding bill The vote was ,92 to 0. jUter a 45 minute period in wliich senate bills \vere considered the- governor's refunding measure was called up for final vote and The vote was 28 to 0. The senate -following its work this afternoon is expected to recess until 10 a.m. Saturday at which time it will reconvene and call un the bond refimdmg- bill for a third reading and final passage. The house refunding' bill that was the roll call was made without a Jff'V^m m °"! in £ by \ VOt o Of «i.«ri« ...-.oo^u v~.. „.. ...... ,,. i $i to 0 will reach the senate -Sat- single measure. for or against, the The senate. discussed proposed amendments to its own refunding bill and legislative leaders said it might be acted upon before the weekend recess. urday for a first and second reading. Administration loaders in the senate would make no estimate of when the measure would be called up for action or whether it would be acceptable in its present form. *& UQUlD.TAaETS.SALVC. HOSE OUOWI FOR SALE For Sale: HO acres all in cultiviiiion, good set-of improvements with immediate possession price S70 per acre. TOO acres, all in cultivation, 2 sets of. good improvements, price 875 per acre. $0 acres, 25 acres in cultivation, balance light clearing, good cypress land. One 4-room house, one barn. Price $10 per acre. One fourth cash down on all of the above places, balance terms to suit. These places,will he for rent after Februarv 1st. BADER Lilbourn, Missouri DeKa Implements, Inc. Phone 893 You'll like the way Sinclair dealers treat you !>jr Sinclair Ktfning Company (Ine ) ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^" B. J. ALLEN, Agent ^\J^**. • ' ^UF Phone 200 At Ease after choosing*a suit in the 'font Our entire stock of Hart Schaffn^r & Marx S U IT S Substantially reduced to Musings of the three telephone man with his feet on his desk dragging- away on his favorite hriar . . . "I just came back from Mead's where I selected a new suit and boy, am 1 sitting pretty!" And he certainly is sitting pretty for he has protected himself agaic-st inevitable price advances on quality clothing. You, too, can protect yourself against price advances by choosing your ne\v Hart Schaffner & Marx suit now. Come in tomorrow" for the choice values in your size. J Special group of MANSFIELD SUITS H9 75 were $25 V J Special group of MANSFIELD TOPCOATS ns were $19.75 Special Group of »1.3B and *1.55 SHIRTS 00 J' Group of Crosby Suare .r x SHOES Other Shirts ... Other Shoes ... TT 1 fcl A f\ Values no " r *1.49 Famed Florsheim and Bostonians Felt Hats.,. Special group of odds-and ends, in snap brim styles Pajamas ... AA Sp-cial group of broadcloths •"" m slipon or coat styles.... MEAD 322. .MAIN. .322 \

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