The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 4, 1937
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MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1937 HIT FILED fiets Norbeck's Seat in Senate Discrepancies Discovered in This _ and Two Olher • Counties ; LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 4.-A partial audlt-of the auto tag division or Uie stale revenue depailment, filed Saturday. wltir:G'overnor Pn- . trell by 'Comptroller Roy w. Spence, revealed discrepancies totaling $504.58 In automobile license • fee payments In: three counties, MLs- Jlssippl, Dallas and St. Francis. All ol fte money has teen refunded to the state. by the revenue department employes responsible •Tor Hie Irregularities and three of the four employes involved still remained on ;tlie department, pay roll at, the end of December, 19311. The report showed irregnlaiities, totaling. $129.25 i,, 25 applications m Mississippi county. The discrepancies ranged from 50 cents to $30. ;Inv Hall, half-brother of Governor rntrell, is in ''charge of thi; rc- jglonal; office at Blylheville and is / coUector o! auto license revenue for I Uie county but the report said that » Mrs* Hall, employed at 'the, Blythe\'il!e ofticc as an assistant' to her husband "was resixmslble for the discrepancies in the county " The report said further that Mr ilall le account '" IL|U "Obligatory Finesse" Sets Up Declarer's Needed Trick SLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS By \V,U. E. McKKN'NBV Si'crclary, American midge League It isn't always necessary to (jlay a high card to force a high c m-d from the opponents. SomHImes distribution will do lhal for you. Take a king and three small cards In one hnnd, 'and a queen »nd two small' in the other, leaving Ihrc? honors, at least one of which, the ace, must win a trick. If the situation is such that you can afford to lose only n slnjls irlck in the suit, 1'ien what old'whist The .audit revealed discrepancies totaling $350.83 in the account ot R. A. Beard, collector for Dallas county. He refunded the money to ine stale December 21 and resigned i South Dakota's political tangle, jwhich .followed the death o[ Senator Peter Norbcck, Republican, was cleared with' appointment ol Herbert E, Hitchcock, j above, state Democratic chair>man, to the vacant U. S. Senate post. . It was rumored that I retiring Gov. Tom Berry would seek Norbeck's place, but Berry I eliminated himself when Lieut.- |Gov. Robert Peterson, uniter I on embezzlement indictment, refused to resign. VK 1C 5 2 »Q87 .?. A K 5 2 4 Q I 130 8 V A V 4 A3 973 N W- [ S Doalor A AK4 VQ93 » .1 109 A J 108 1 at .the request of Earl Wiseman. Commissioner .The reporfsaid that no errors of a?iy consequence had been found in St. Francis county but that L B Golden, collector in that county r e '' r ° rS amou " lin S 'o The comptroller's office questioned or corresponded with approximately 10,000 car and truck owners .in 32 counties and about 1300 applications from Dallas. Mississippi and St. . Francis counties were investigated: by letter or by personal questioning of car owners. In the Mississippi county discrepancies the comptiollers report showed 25 hregulai application numbers, one wliere the applicant paid $35, with only $5 remitted to Uie department by the BlythevUle office Anothei showed that $15 of a .,r, 45 fee uas not remitted and in still anothe rcase half of a $35 fee was not letamed All irregularities found in Dallas and Mississippi counties involved - changes in description of cais on 4he original application form ulnch was .sent to the Little Rock office it was charged Hawaii "Little Grass Shacks HONOLULU j) -The "little grass shacV heard of in songs and Watkiki Beach for the benefit of tourists who want a bit of native atmosphere, and for ; natives who arc looking for a convenient place to sell knick-knacks. Miss Helen Panama Gay has made plans for construction-of an old-time Hawaiian village,' modeled entirely after those of times past; and with only native trees-and shrubs used in the landscaping. Although there are more-limn 450,000 known species of insects it is believed that the unknown species comprise an enormous major- What Diseases Do Piles Cause? Dr A J. Mans, chief of stafl, of the world famous Thornton &, Minor Clinic says: "Piles are (la direct cause of thousands of case of functional troubles of stomach Iher, kidne\s and heart Chroni constipation, colitis, neuritis, loss of memory, loss of vigor and t .general tyied feeling me oftei rcliejred^when • rectal troubles- ar cu * So scarce are they, in fact, that a program is under My to restore , of them along the road to DANCING Every Night SILVER MOON NIGHT CLUB 2 Miles North Missouri Line ELECTRIC "&~AClSTn,ENE WELDING .AT BEST. PRICES PROMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co, PHONE 19 Wrecker Service - (Gas & Oil OPEN ALL NIGHT Phillips Service Center Phones 777 - 810 If you have Piles or other recta disorders do not fool yourself, he cause serious : complications, in eluding cancer, 1 develop from wha may appear today as n minor af fliction. Write today to Thorntoi & Minor Clinic, Suite 2519, 928 McGec Street, Kansas City, Mo for a free copy of a new illus (rated book which explains Pile snd olher rectal diseases ant which tells about the succcssfu methods used by the world's old est rectal institution, where mor than 47,000 men and women hav secured permarlent. relic! fi-on- Iheir rectal troubles without need less surgery, dangerous anaesthetic or hospitalization. Corrcsponderici is confidcnlial and literature i mailed under plain wrapper. —Adv. 90" NOTICE Privilege licenses, city auto H-. censes, street taxes and dog licenses are now due and payable. Your prompt attention will appreciated. RUTH BLYTHE City Clerk.' be « KC542 *QO Ri'bbcr—None i ; ul. Soutli West North East 1 » 1 A 2 * Pass 2N.T Pass 3N T Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—A Q- A low diamond was led to the queen, after winning the second .spade Iflek. When this held, n small diamond was returned and when Eiist plajed the ten. Soulh dropped Ihe four. West won with Ihe ncc, and Soulh made his contract, simply by making 11 play tlmt could not lose Today's Contract Problem South's opening bid of one henrl h.ns been doubled by West. What action should Nrrlh, not vulnerable, take og; insl vulnerable opponents?.! <M2 V. K 5 4 3 2 * 10 VO *!(53 (Blind) (Blind) V AJ87 « J32 *J874 E. & W. vul. Opener—? Solulioh in ncxl issue. layers called the "obligatory h- lesse," must be attempted. That i, you must lead toward either ths Ing. or the qucin. ir that holds, hen lead toward the other and luck. | TocVay's hai.d, which was playod ly Samuel L. Avc, ..of Cleveland, jn the Queen of Bermuda during i recent cruLse, fllustrates.thc point. Soulh refused to win the first, pade trick. He could gain nothing jy doing so, and Uie holdup, even vith a'double slopper, might re- nrn rich dividends. He could count, as sure Iricks, ^wo spades, three clubs, and at east one diamond. To make bis contract, Tie must find tlirce more Short-Wave Police Radio Heard Across Atlantic BOSTON (UP)—The Boston police radio, department claims n new nllra-short wave transmission record of 3,500 miles. A communication from Hermann Wurker of Neiigcisftorf, Germany nsks confirmation of n radio conversation on Oct. 15 between tlie radio patrol car of Police Commissioner Eugene M. .MeSween'ej and heaciqiiailei-s Wurkei snjs he picked up, the sevcn-meier. broadcast with amazing clarity. Color of automobile license plates Is determined by the motor vehl- Osceola Society — Personal M-Kiviiln-Hullci-. \ycddlng Saturday night honoring Mrs. Jr-i \'\n Dutler, a recent brldo. 'I'he bridal motif was w,m\ In Inllles and (Iccoialloni. A luncheon set for highest scoro was awarded Miss Mary 'Stewart' ilut- ler and Miss Jane Wcalherfcby was prcsi'iilcd a bracelet for second highest score. Consolation pi-tee, PAGE .THREE A innrrlage of Interest to Ihe so- M« M't in Ofceola was lhat oti wihon /?!.,' 'V,"ft' "".T," 1 McElvnln H Ml>s Tcny Mitchell ot Joiner Tvln mil PI which wus annoimc- was otso n guest. M Saturday uy (he bride's ixir- Has IJIrlhiliiy I'arly The eighth . birthday of liltle Uctty Jean • Colcmim, daughter or m(x, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mclil- valn. The. wedding occurred ut •larloti on Dec. 19 with the M'lhcdht pnsloi. Ihe Hev. William Mr. nnd Mrs rimrW rni'm,«« I l10 ls W., Altaliht oftlciutlng In Ihe; was (lie occwSon S?7 OeSf 1 V0)slly ' tll-PCPH^n nt n pn.rtll ....nt... ~f r~\* . _ . . . v . " viVJIfil |l lul I _„ ^ Pcnvler, Catherine nnd Lixura UuLse Pope. * * * Mlsi Teuy MUchcll of joiner Who is n senior ut tho Unlveislly of Chicago, relumed lo school Iwlny after spending the holidays with her- parents in-Joiner, Mr. nnd Mre. Prank ailg.sby of l)lyllic\llli> spent yesteidny with Ills mollier, Mrs. William Stewart Vance' cniiwrlght will leave tonight for a vacation ot two monihs at Miami, Pla. .Jlmmle blllaiil returned Jiickson. lie to Tt>nn. yesterday wlicro (iludent li'i Union Unl- presence of a small group of Osceola frlr-nds which included Misses Jfnruuerilc Pope, Jane Wealh- crsby, Lllllnn u. nnd Edna Aycrs, "rtidy Bi-own anil Nelson Se- M'UI'PS. The bride wore a grey ensemble parly In The Morning AfterTaking Carters Little Liver Pills Pi-oerewlve clul) rooms Saturday afternoon. A I tire b birthday caku .with eight candles oecupli'd the conler of the rcfiTshincnt table. 1 In Ihe Wnso games lllllic Sue' —•• Andei.son uai> the successful . with accessories lo malcli.. player •>«««.wim She Is (he only dnuglilei- of Mr. John Edward Ulliciap nnd Ann Ralph McElvaln and Oliver weic wlnn cls In the laVg" Ihe '-'- p and ind Mrs. fc'randiluughlcr of W. Carlwright late Mrs. games. , — ...-.« —~~ ...u.b ... uciuiiuuiuti oy me motor vein- ricks, so he attacked the diamond cle commissioners or the individual sll 't Elates. iartwrlghl. She Is a graduate of Csc"ola high school and Mrs. R. 0. liandy's Secretarial school ami "ntll her marriage was connected with the real estate omcp or G. U Waddell. The groom is the oldest son of Mr. and' Mrs. W.-II. Butler of this city, n graduate of South side high school in Memphis and connected with the offices of Nelson Plumbing Cmn r pony of Memphis, where they will make their home after Jan. 11. • * • • . Mrr. James W. Cartwrlght lias Open House Potted plants, cut flowers: rind ferns transformed the Interior of Mrs. James W. Caytwright's homo Into a beautiful setting for an open house to thirty gucsis on New Ycai's bay from four '111 sit. Eggnog and old fashioned pound cake \veic beived fiom a lace diapcd dlnliiij table caiiylni; n centeiplecc of red mdiancc loses and fcins, with led candles In crystal holders on: lether side. Now Bride Given Shower Mis Joe Culloiu jr., entcrlalncd twenty-five members of the Osccola nnd Wilson society gioiip with a buffet supper nnd bridge party Mrs. Colcmnn was assisted In entertaining by Mrs, J. W. Carl- wilghl, Mis Ciodfiey While, Mrs. D. Fred 'I^ayloi jv. and nelly Jean's Iciichcr,- Mrs. John Miller. Those present were: :Jcah • Btitlw, Robert Clay, J, T, and Jlnmilo IJrlvcr, Hobby and Frank Williams, John Edwaitf Lllllciap, Sieve Ralph, Harry Vance Carlwrlghl, and Clmille I3oy Lowinnco] Poscy, Jane Ann,, Nancy 'and Peggy Dilvci; Ann White, Joan ^u...^ Joan liakei, Inez Hendcison, Jean Tompklns, Mary Ann Cnrtwilglit, Blllle Sue Andeison, Betly Jenn NOTICE I'lio nccoplnncc of lite County Auditor's work by our jii'iii will in no way interfere with our other rui<lit- HIK work. 10. n. 'i'lionws and Joo Rvana have r<j^ eonlly joinhd our'force enabling UK to vernier prompt, cIliciciiL service to nil iiccounls. - , -,-. -| J. F. LENTI & CO. Accountants I'lrsl N'iil'l. Dunk Still Coughing? No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial Irritation, you can get relief now with Crcomulslon. Serious trouble may bo brewing and you cannot afford to tako a chanco with anything less than Creomul- Blon, which goes right to the scut or tho trouble to aid nature to soothe nnd heal tho Inflamed mcm- braties as the germ-laden phlegm Is loosened and expelled. , n S" ''other remedies havo railed. cUmt be discouraged, your druggist Is authorized to euarantco CrcomulElon and to refund your money If you nro not satisfied with CIGARETTES CAMELS, CHESTERFIELDS, LUCKIKS, ETC. ONR PACK FOR lOc WITH BACH PURCHASE 0V 50c OF GASOLINE OR OIL AT THE IOC MARTIN OIL STATION STEELE, MO. resulls Irom tho very first bottle. at Jier country home near Wilson Get Crcomulslon right now. (Adv.) RADIOGRAM WAKE DEC 16 1936 M.AMEDA- -, - ._. --. . RUSH TEH THOUSMO CHESTERFIELDS- TODAYS CHINA CLIPPER Chesterfield Map The'ncw Wake Island Hotel—over-night stop onthencwPanAmerican Airways route to China. cruse 1937, Liocm & MrasToMocoCo. C -^ .- ••:'•• arrying more pleasure to more people . . .giving smokers what they want . • .Chesterfields are off on a new cruise. From Wake Island 5000 miles out in the Pacific Oceac, Pan American Airways flashed this radio: ' . ' ' ' ! ' .^ '• "RUSH TEN THOUSAND CHESTERFIELDS TODAY'S CHINA CUPPER," , ;At three o'clock that afternoon the Chester- fiplds were on their way. Four days later •bdck came the message: '-,••;'' , ' ' •, , ' . , v "CHESTERFIELDS JUST ARRIVED, FAST WORK. PANAIR WAKE." When smokers find out the good things Chesterfields give them ... , s nothing che will do

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