The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1937 · Page 3
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{.WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1937 (UK 51 PER INI 10 Human Ford" Sniffs Smoke r ' i ' f '•' i ' and Names Cigarette Brand BLYTHEYILLE, (ASK,)] COURIER NEWS (Continued From Pago 1) I limited to '$50,000 n year. The letole comptroller, who would be la constitutional officer and elect- led by the assembly;.'would be I secretary of the body. , I Tlie assembly would meet "when I necessary," the first session to be I convened the nrst Monday In Jnn- luary, -1941, Subsequently, sessions I would 'lie held each odd year, be- I ginning the test Monday in Jan- 1 uary. 'Die governor would be cm- I powered lo adjourn the body by 1 proclamation: The lieutenant I governor would lw the speaker, lor presiding officer. I The. state board of apporllon- I nient would divide the state In- I to districts as provided for In Amendment 25 of 1930. No dele- I gale would represent more than | two counties. Similar measures have been of- I fered in the house before, but lone ever' has been enacted. Amendment Challenged Senator Joe W. Kimzey of Hot | Springs county filed n statcmen I challenging validity of the meth- | od of advertising Amendment 25 I to provide for mandatory reap- I liortlonment of tlie legislature I The vole on Hie amendment was adoption and 48 952 93,753 for against it.. Senator Kimzey said the. con stltutlonal provision for publica tlou of the amendment prior to tlie election hod' not been com -piled with fully. He said late: thai, he Intends to Institute cour action in an effort to'prevent pro visions of the amendment Iron being put Into effect. Steele-Cooter Society — Personal The liHic son born to Mr. anc Mrs. Floyd Smith last week has been given the name of Howan Noble. Mrs. Smith is the dnugh I ter of Mr. aiid Mrs. Noble Cap I hart of Holland. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wcingflel are" announcing the arrival of ai ll-pouncl daughter at their hbm near this city last week. The tab has been given the name of Nanc Ami. This Is their fourth child I and nrst daughter. i At a meeting of the New Sur i.'ey Woman's club recently th F/ollowing officers were elected t [serve this year: president,, Mrs. H 1 A. Smothers; vice president, Mrs .H G. Harrison; secretary an treasurer,, Mrs. N. F. Perryddre | reporter; • Mrs? J. W. McCuilongh game and: sons, •leader, Mrs ;llo bcrt Marshall; "child "deve'lopmen Mrs. W. W. Moore; reading, Mi: 1 Tom Buys; clothing, '/Mrs. Davis personal improvement. Mrs. Dabbs food, Mrs. Jim SlanfUl; huuse fur nishing, Mrs. Seldon Works; trus tees, Mrs. Frank McClannahan [ Mrs. Annie Lonacre, Mrs. W. 1 Wright and Mrs. J. W. McCu | lough. Mr. and Mrs. Hale, who hav been residing on the Boston farr near Tyler, are moving this wee to a farm ihey have bought nea Maiden. The place where the | have teen living will be occiipie by Mr. tind Mrs. Hooper Azbill. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Flirm hav returned from a visit with rels lives In Columbus, Ga, Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Cooper a*, companied their son, L. E. jr., I Nashville, Tenn.,' last week, attends Vanderbilt university. E. S. Britton, Morris Tu'rne | Mrs. Nannie Davis and Mrs. Rob ert Cecil left last week for Hig] ley, Ariz., wliere they were calle by the serious illness of Jonn Campbell, son of Mr. and Mr Bailey Campbell, who has doub pneumonia. The child is th grandson of Mr. Britton and Mr I Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Burkelt an . daughter and Mrs. Ora Hnrrlso Vnoved last week to a farm the i.iave purchased near Paragotil I Ark. Rev. w. M. Duncan has return ed home after an extended vis with his daughter at Hot Spring Howard Fender returned to h home in steele last week after visit wilh his brother and wife : St. Louis. Tom Crawford, who for sever years has been making his horn Y ° u . r ?»'« ? ain is needless! G. relief with private formula of world oldest rectal clinic, dcrelope through 59 years' experience in sue cessfully treating 47,000 men women. Ask for Thornton & Mino Pile Ointment, which must satisf you or your Money-Bad:. Sold b Kirby Drug Co. iilaln Cut Rate HI-Way ait Kate Wretker Service - Gas&OII OPEN ALL-NIGHT Phillips Service Center Phones 777 - 810 One of tlio most unique nnil ystifylng automobiles In Die nlled Stales-n 1931 Ford V-8 mt apparently cnn see, hear, Ik, and feel— Is coming to Bly- cvllle Thiir.stlny. Termed "The Humnn Ford" be- use It seemingly lins nil the uses of a human being, It will on display In the showrooms the Phillips Motor Co., Ford ealcr. afternoon and night Thurs- audience iv. :t?i. .., .... . )ns. and where Russell Phillips r the Phillips Motor Co. arrang- .1 to have it brought to Blythc- ille. The things that cnr can do are mazing," Mr. Phillips said. "Why, It'greets'visitors by name . . it tells ,them the color nnd hid of clothing ; they are wear- ig . '. .It reads the serial nutn- ers from dollar hills Inken from It names the contents of hnmlbngs nnd jmrsc-s, and scores of other feats •But most amazing ot nil ts its uncanny knack of naming the brand of any cigarette' by simply 'sniffing 1 the smoke. "I saw many persons at Memphis attempt to confuse It by ^, a cigarette of one brand President's iShawnec School Will Be Scene of South Mississippi County Party Ark, — Birthday Ball for o s ray Ba for to the package of another, Init 11,0 South .Mississippi county will be car still named the cigarette cor- held in the Shnwnoe high school leclly. "We were gymnasium on the night, of Jan,, u ,,v._ fortunate in being unry 29, It has been announced able to bring It to Blytheville for by w, Bryan Burkctt, general three days," 'and we Invite every-' chairman of the committee in one to see It." charge of the event. The Phillips Motor Co. also ar- Plans for the nlfalr were made Friday, and Saturday. All performances are free and 'eryone Is invited as the giiest of 10 Phillips Motor Co. "The Human Ford" was a sen- allon at the recent Memphis' *"<-- * n.*i.(~, ...~.~. ~«, « iaw iu - (J( ui.-> iui mi; uiiinr were macie utomobile Show, where it was ranged to have part of the elnb- nt a meeting Monday night and n by an estimated 25,000 per- orate Ford exhibit at the Mem- arrangements will be completed nt ••' ~ phis Automobile Show accompany another meeting of all coimnlt- • The Human Ford" here. tees, culled for 7:30 P. M., Jan"The Human, Ford" was n fen- unry 18 at the Shawnce school, lure attraction of the Ford exhibit Enthusiastic co-operation lias ai Chicago', Century of Progress teen given and (he committee Is in 1934 and In 1936 It starred at planning for an nttendnnce well the Ford exhibit on the Steel J'lcr In excess of 1.000. The Shawnce tit 'Atlantic City. i gymnasium ' aftords seating'space For several. months It has bren for 1,000 spectators. Non-dancers on exhibition In various antonio- who want.to hear tlie music and bile -shows and has been louring at the same time, make some —.- —• :ic pockets of members of the the East. •1th Mr. nnd Mrs. John Russell f Cooler while employed on their arm, has accepted a position with ,lrs. F. E. Waters In looking after ler farm near Cooler. . | SYDNEY Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vlck, and shark-hunt "•<:. on of Wilson. Ark., are guests of VO ] V i n » ti,c closh elatives and friends here. miles of bays will Gray Hooper and Ralph Me- |, as started here. Patrol to Set Off Australia'fen oonlYlbullon to the .cause 'for I which the ball Is held will' be i admitted for a nominal fee.' 1 The proceeds of the affair,' ris of hundreds ot other birthday i to bo held throughout the I country (he. last week of the grcalest I month, will go to, aid In combatl- in- ing Infantile iraralysls. Seventy 40. per cent will be retained for work " "" " ' - •- • - ccn( . (OP) — The ever attempted, closing of nearly t „, with a wall of nets, i In the county and thirty Mure have returned from a" visit: i Detroit. tMich. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jones, son Lee Roy. and daughter, Edna, have eturned home after a visit with elatlves .at^Casa, Ark. Mrs. Sidney Lipscoinb has re- urncd home after a. visit, wlln clntlves in Brownsville, Tenn. Mrs. H. T. Ho user of EWon, Mo., s the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. ff. Workman and family.' Mr. and Mrs. L. c. Plummer and daughter of O'Pallon, III,, near St. aOUls are guests of Mr. and Mrs. .V. M, Plummer .and 1 other rela- Ives liere this week. Mrs. Gerald Brooks is In Meni- )hls where she Is taking treat- tients at a clinic for kirincy trouble. Her husband Is In Memphis vlth her. Mrs. Rosie Urquehart of Kcn- nett is visiting relatives here. .Mr. and Mrs. Arch Pollard and 'arriily, of Gideon have moved to 3tce!e and have bought the A. A. William home and machine shon. Mr. and Mrs. Lester MeBride of Laurel, Miss., are'the guests of the toller's parents, Rev. and Mrs. M Massey. . Tlie plan Is designated lo pro- cL u, e f am ous . surfilng beaches of Sydney, and will cost the New South. Wales Government $23,750 a year. go to the Warm Springs Georgia. support of Foundation Two hired travelers at first will | operate within the bays, catching any sharks which may be trapped by the nets. At first the sharks will be killed, laken out lo sea and clumped, but later, when four hew ships will be available, it is hoped to build a factory to turn the carcasses Into liver-oil, fertilizer and leather. The many miles of nets needed, wilh ndequale reserve > supplies, must all be made in Australia frpih home-grown cotton. ; The company which is carrying out the scheme says that besides making the beaches safe for surf- bathers, the trawling 'will help to develop the . Australian fishing Industry. . : • Surf-bathing llfesavcrs have, already thanked' the government for starling the shark patrol. parts of the county. Tlie 2<X) '° m ^' third Tlie name of the third : prize winner was erroneously reuorlec to (he Courier News as Marlon Koehler, negro, in.'an .Osceoia dls- palch printed yesterday. Read Courier News'Want Ads Merron Koehler, Dell, P. P. C. A. Prize Winner Negro:Held for Burglary !"X'lvis' l '"pistol" Melchor, was ['ordered held to the spring t o e sprng jrana 'jury on a .charge- of burg" Merron Koehler, Dell ; farnier, v,on thud prize In an attendance" nefrro confest »t a 'meeting 'of the „,.!„„' 1 Planters Production Credit Asso- Doyle . lary by Municipal Judge" end^ison this morning He is alleged to have forced entrance to the home of Sam Wade, negro, and stolen money from Wade, his employer, who lives at Tomato. ' . . . r i Leap Year ALBANY, N, Y. (UP)—Leap year wasn't responsible for the increase in marriages in Albany. For 193G, 1,237 marriage licenses were is^ sued, a gain of 124 over 1935. FROM GIRL TO WOMAN Mrs. Myrtle DonoJma of 713 Rector Ave 1 .. Hot plJfinKs,- Ark., said: Syme time ago I was tiinl c ivcak, had no appetite and didn't sleep vcr> well. Dr. I'ifrce's tavprile Prescription as recoAihieti d cd as a . liquid $1.00 & 51.35. elation at Osceoia Monday. In attendance were families and members: Dr«. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS, Crer Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 640 . Open All Night ROAD AND WRECKER SERVICE Phone 6331 Tom Little Chevrolet Co Calotabs Help Nature To Throw Off a Cold 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 third or fourth, night if needed., ._ How do Calotats • help Nature throw off a cold? First, Calotabs are one of the most thorough and dependable of all Intestinal eltailnants thus cleansing the intestinal tract of tta eerm.ladeu mucus and toxihes. 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