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3VEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1937 BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK,) 1 COURIER NEWS This Crazy World! Surrealism Js Provibg Contagious -••' f ' _ . ' (_/ \J PAGE THREE -"What next?" cries the surrealism-beset world. Just as though things weren't diula enough,: the surrealists had to. come to America with their fantastic art. The; fur-Hued cup and saucer, with spoon thrown in for good measure, gives an idea of the cause or nil -the goofiness started by-the surrealist art exhibit in New York. Poitiajal of a ntghtmnio' No indeedi It's a ilisplnj window of a small Filth Avenue stoic Master surrealist Salvador Call designed It- grotesque arms -.present jesyelry, corsages and purses to a smartly gowned figure whose face is ribbon rosettes. The floor is littered with spoons, the jacket festooned with whisky glasses. deibj, a ball on a stilng, a itulred panot perched on n liollowed-ont log in which hangs an artificial . leg —. that's Joan ; • Mlro's. version of :surreallsnv Its Imul to tell wheio suricalKm is likely to pop up nc\t. 'Hie wlioli movement scum to Imvc gone to the hnlrdretscis' licads "Love Springs.at Midnight" they call this one A clock fncc h fastened to n. headdress of sweet pen;,, delphlnhun end sweetheart roses A ¥FEP BILLS Speaker Will Devote His •Time to Advancing Bai- Pro ogram LONOKE, Ark. (UP)— John Mc- Klmiis Bransford, 30, one of Lonoke county's two representatives, who was drafted for Speaker of the House of Representatives for the : 51st General Assembly, bids fair to be the first presiding of- ficer.who did not offer 'pet' legislation, during his term of office. Bransford whose election as speaker, will be a formality at ' the first meeting of, the House on January 11, will not offer a program of his own, but will devote ! nis time . and efforts' to pushing through; the legislature" the one suggested by Governor-elect E. Bailey;. he .told • friends Ura J'liS |(lu work at the University of Arkansas at Payetteville. Since leaving school in 1922, Bransford has been engaged In tlie cotton buying and ginning, business, trying as a representative for lour years, more or less as a hobby. •Following his nomination in the August primary, Bransford .was drafted for. the speaker's post at Hie state Democratic convention in September at Hot Springs by the" governor-elect. To get the legislative program of the incoming governor' under way and to settle patronage problems of the house for the coming session, Bransford announced that he would open an office in the statehouse a week beforp the session opens. . '•..•-• crimson licnrt dangles from'a silver spring .attached to dial. Down at Miami Beach, Flu, they me not going to be outdone Only a surrealist can explain, a bathing beauty turned out as a \cry nscgllgee Spanish dancer. New Equipment Installed at Air-Weather Station at Osceota, are released at scheduled times throughout the clay. The reports made by Mrs. Doug- ,1ns, including- ceiling, sky, vlsl- j fjliity, weather, temperature, 'wind •eloclty and barometric pressure, ire chiefly... for the guidance -of Chicago and Southern line planes operating between .Memphis and St. Louis. The Osccola station, established five yeais ago, is, the only one of its kind between Memphis and Maiden, lyro. Cooter Epworth League Wins Efficiency Banner COOTER, Mo—Cooler Epworth League was awarded the efficiency banner for December at .the regular monthly meeting held.Monday night at Hayli. Caruthersville was OSCEOLA, Ark—B. M. Rampey, Junior .meteorologist-of the U. S. weather bureau . at Memphis, in charge of the weather bureau station at the' Memphis airport, was here, Monday to supervise the installation of a. ceiling-light ' projector at the local air-weather station, located at the home of Mrs. John Douglas, official observer. 'The projecor, equipped with a 560-watt sp'ecial-bulb spotlig-h' lamp, casts a 2,500 It is adjustable to foot beam, throw tin "At first.I.hnd the idea, that I might introduce 'a bill to relieve farmers from the gasoline "tax, • where the fuel was used in tractors for fanning, but oh learning that such a- measure could interrupt the state's refunding program, I dismissed the idea," Bransford said. : . "My idea in dropping the suggested bill is that the state's credit must be maintained at all costs. "However, I ani going to aid ev- ,'ei-y effort that is made to cut the •"slate, government's operating costs I.during 1937-38 and tmVwill be my I only contribution," the speaker designate said. .The man who will be speaker of the 51st house served as a Lonoke county representative in 1931-33. He-was born in Lonoke and educated in the town's public schools and conipleted two years of college Carl "«""••"' n«y"- unruuiersviue was it is adjustable to throw the U ') s tHhird h l le St«le and'«ayti tied ligl , t at any angle from To'de- .-VV ounty': President • Mrs. Val.e ' "' 'TfOLLOWING' .the army-navy • slamps will come the fonr to be issued for -Alaska and the island possessions, and then probably, a scries honoring the American Indian, it, rumor is correct. No official announcement to this effect has been issued, however. ' ! • * * a . ! Popularity of the Susan B. An?j thony stamp has raised the tola): printed so far to 150,000,000. I I 440 " 1 j Local postmasters have been' forbidden to precanccl commemorative stamps, so tlial any of these jthat have already been prccan- .eelled and sold should become de-. sirablc collectors' ilcms. ' ..-;! * « «' V ^ I While Postmaster General Far^ • ley recommends continuance of ilie three-cent postage rale tor |l937, he has expressed his belief that the two-cent rate may return in 1038. ' , • ' i ' ' •* * '—.^. ' I Finland is planning a series commemorating the 70th birthday of Kieid Marshall .Mannerheim, leader in the War of Liberation, • '- - . , . ______ _ j There has teen doubt \vhether: [tlie stamps issued by the old •Ethiopian government at Gore recently ever were used for postage, ueh 'collectors have received purported to have- been' oosled at Gpfe with these stamps. [ Scrvlc.c, ln<x)j nty President Mrs. Valley I wS^-^r^r^t^S-ff^ S^i^^ XX 2*^25 "•'". Rubi : Niblack ••rflinad Calumet News , Mr. and'Mrs. II. H. Howell are the parents of an 8-pound daughter, born December 19. site'has been named Mary Elolse. Neil Ford visited his brother, p. Ford of Jonesboro, last week. Mr. and Mrs.-.J. H: Galnes spent the veek end with Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Oaines of :D river brovei Mr. and Mrs. Albert.Hall are the parents of a 5-pound son. James Emmelt Franklin, born December 18. ' Richard Hall, has returned from Horiiersville, 'where he spent the week' end with. relatives. In early days the weapon, hand was bared and, held out as a sympeace: This is believed to Braggadocio who resigned. of i made with ceiling • Paul Cooley County Auditor Under Three Administrations. After nine yeais as' a public official, holding ' down i the same job, Paul E. Cooley of 'this city is once more a private citizen. With the close of the administration of Zal B. Harrlbon as county judge, Mr. Coolcy ended a tenure In the office'of county auditor that continued through the administrations of three county Judges. Mr. Coolcy became county aiidi- ~ Holland was continued as tor when - V, : G. county Judge rind auditor lir the administrations or George W. Dm 1mm and Mr, Harrison, the auditor being appointed by the county judge.' When S,. U Qlndlsh became county Judge January 1 Mr. Cooley was succeeded by J. P. Lcntl, who will serve on a part time basis, continuing also his private accounting _ practice. In" a report of an nudil of Mississippi county offices several years ago by the slate comptroller's office Mi Cooley \\ns re- Calotabs Help Nature To Throw Off a Cold . . The next meeting will be held at SteeJe, Monday, Feb. 1. The Sphinx is the most ancient example of independent sculpture extant. ' : ! WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Without Cilorael—And Yout] Jump OB| of Btd fa l&e Morcinj Raiin' Co Co ' .. T1 ?5 , 1iv « Bhould pour out two ponnda of luiutd tile Into your boweli daiTy. If this biJa is not flowmjr freely, jour food doesn't diseat. U austdccayg in the bowelj. Gas bloats up your stomach. You cot constipated Your Mrholc system |a poisoned and you fcclzou?, Bunk and the world looks punk. Laxatives aro only mnkesMfU. A mew bowel movement doesn't eel at i he caose It takes those irood, old Carter's Little Liver OLD FASHIONED THRIFT STILL THE BEST WAY A New Policy Issued by the Reliable Life Insur.ince Co., .of St. I.ouis, solves (he problem of investing savings In the best a ilran I age. This policy returns half the face value in cash at the end of 10 years, yet the full amount of insurance remains in force at a greatly reduced annual cost. Only one policy issued to any one individual, ages 1 to 50. For further Information clip and mall this card: ; Minions have found In Calotabs a most valuable aid In the treatment .of-colds: They take one or two tablets the first night and repeat the tliird or fourth night If needed, ' How do Calotabs help Nature throw oft a cold? First, Calotabs are one of the most thorough arid dependable of all Intestinal ellmlnantJs, -1 thus cleansing the Intestinal tract of the germ-laden mucus and, toxlnca. Second, Calotabs are'diuretic to th« kidneys/promoting Uio elimination of cold poisons from the blood. Thus Calotabs serve the double purpose of a purgative and diuretic, both of which aro needed In the treatment ol colds. Calotabj are quite economical; only twenty-flvo cents for the family package, ten cents lor tho trial Dactago. (AdvJ. ferred to as the ' key" man of Iho county oiganbatlon Mr. Coolcy en mo here In 1902, being connected with the Frisco' rall- loacl Lalci he \\a<> an auditor with the Arkniisas-Mlssolirl Power company foi a number of years Mi cooley plans to return to private, employment, In auditorial or bookkeeping uork and will continue to mnko his: home here. 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