The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1934 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 2, 1934
Page 8
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MGE E1GH1 Today f «• Markets BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEVfa York Cotton NEW YORK. Nov. 2 I UP) •Cotton closed steady. open high low close. fcee 1207 1210 1202 1205 iJnn , 1212 1215 1207 IM'J March 121-1 1221 1212 m r > May 1214 1221 1211 .121-1 July • 1212 1221 1210 1213 Oct lisa nas im mm Spols closiil Alfiidy nl KM, up "i New, Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 2 till') — Cotton prices storiij nl subslantiii' gains dm Ing'much ol Inilny's .session on Ihc New Orleans rxchamn US the ro.suH, of better cixblps. mult buying, abspiicc ot linljjo selling, mid a liinlird supmy of nmliacls. open hip.h |uw do,? •lull 1213 I-JI3 12l:i 121i:i March 121 a 1224 121:1 I'.!I9 M"5' 1210 .122U 121:1 1220 •filly 12M 133-t 121:1 I2l;i Ocl !!H2 IIS4 ]i::i ntjsi Spots closed steady al 12M. up 5 Chicago Wheat x open high low closi May OC 1)7 J--1 its 7-3 9« •)-;( 111 l-fl '•lightly. Business reports were mixed, Rtiltroncl shares featured stocks nml bonds on the New York exchange, strength In oils nml uliJiilM iva.v of chief interest In n generally higher curb market, C1.0HINC1 STOCKS ... ... ... A, T. nml T 109 7-8 Anaconda Copper 10 1-8 Hclhtchem Rlcol 255-8 Chrysler .•;.> General American 'IVink •"• General Electric Ciencrnt Motors Intmintlowtl Harvester Montgomery Ward New York Oiurul Packard Phillips I'enolfiini Radio Corp Simmons lleds HI. Louts-San l''nnieli;co Standard of N. .) TVxns 'uo '....'.'. U. H. filed ...,:..'.'..' IT. S. .SiiK'HIiin ', MeKesson-lfoubins 3 1-2 H ri-3 8 J-2 1 5-tl •10 7-1) 21 31 'M! IM fl !>-U Chicago Corn Dec. 77 3-Ii 78 1-4 77 i. 8 77 '.}. 8 -May 17 5-8 78 1-8 77 l-i 17 7-8 Closing' Stock Prices NEW YORK, Nov. 2 (UP) _ Stocks, bonds iirnl commodities iul- vanced today w!iilc Ule dollar caw:l R , Friday & Saturday Mafmee 2:30—10r ..line Serial "The Well' Dof \Vilh Rin Tin Tin, Jr. Com oil v Sunday - Monday MAT. .& KITE—lOc - 25c Couiily Will Have Three Tuberculosis Clinics Dr, A. M. Wiishbnrn, county icnlfh oim'-or. nnnoiinces that lu- icrculirtls clinic;; [o r th,. intorciiliii (fstiji,; ol school children , v j|| |,,, lield :ii osmilii- Nov. 5; nlythcvlllc w. u; nud Wilson, Nov. 'I by thu hi-iillh null aim uic Arknnsns Tu- M'fcnlosls iisEociatlon, lllu lcr tile aiianice.i of Hie Mi^lssippi County Medicnl society. i "The tuberculin lest (5 o;io of the newest scientific methods of fight- Ing tuberculosis/' Dr. Wnshburn states. "Mississippi county had 68 deaths from tuberculosis In 1933, almost equally divided between whites and negroes. The tuberculin lest is harmless nml Is the one sure means of finding the child who Is Infected. The.ic clinics will offer an opportunity for parents to dl.s- cover the actual stiilus of their children, generally during early Infection. Infection docs not mean disease. Most children will IK ncg- iitlve to ihc lest. who are .Infected are not necessarily sick jbut the parents arc pin on notice thai such children .should first be X-myva to find it any damage Is done to ihc lung tissue and secondly they should have oversight nml proper tare Uiroiicli die pcriud nf mlole.scencc mid young nduli life In order to Insure Umi there be no ['own. / am nsklng each city . •IntcndeiiL lo .send into ihc homes a clrculnr prepared by ihc T"b!! n.vxx'latlo/1 exijlalnfng' Ihc imtiu-c of the test so that mt- euls will fiUly iinilcrsiaiid." H Ihe n»mi;i| tiihrrciilosj.s sen I [saw In this county ) s successful II Ms lilanncd lo have some x-ray treatments slvcn 10 rlilldrcn foiiiid "' he tuberculous. P.Ta MOTKI, Is Now Agent For American Airlines, !)!<•. Call 8«5 For J Infonnnllon find Kc.wrvatlon.s Last Time Today M;i(. 2::iO, 10-2!)c Nile «:•!!)—lO-Jiac CAKOI.1C I.OMHAHl) anil iHAY HORSON in 'LADY: BY CHOICE' Comcily - - Nnvi-lly Saturday Only Miilineo. & NiRhl—l()c - 2!ic 'CAS!? OF THE HOWLING DOG' Scrtnl—iJ'nck Jones in "The R«tl Itider" Ciirloon Sunday -Monday MATINEE & NITE—10c-;!5c nr . Ahcir firsi kiss «as ihe final answer 10 season's gayest musical EDMUND LOWE Ann Sothern Miriam Jordan Gregory Katoff Musical' Comedy Cartoon Paramount Ben Blue short Tlie nimunl Hallowe'en carnival sponsored by the 1 Junior"' hl«h P.T.A., was presented at the Junior nml senior high school buildings Wednesday evening.- Tin. en . tcrtalnmcnl was ellmaxcd with tlie appearance of Mysterious Howard, Memphis magician. i>ro- cceds svlll be u>;ed for ihc 'pur- cliasc of llbmry books. . •/'be Central Ward P.T.A. sponsored Hallowe'en parties in each of Ihe .six rooms Wednesday afternoon. Twelve high girls arranged tlie entertainment with each group having contests of pinning tails on Muck cats adn bobbing for apples. Pop corn balls were served. The FKflA Is furnishing cod liver oil for undernourished-children al Central wnrd schcxjl, This was "ii'irlcd Monday, The Central P. ,T. A. will sell stickers advertising the Arkansas CVnlennlal celebration in low .stickers an- to; be 'placed in windows and on cnrs. The City Council P.T.A. win moot Tuesday morning. 9-)o o'clock, at Ihc high school nucii- fiudbury P.T.A. had a carnival \Vcdnesdny evening. At Langc School . tlie .second grade of Miss Hose Splnk's room enlcrtnlned the nisi, grade of Miss Elkabelh Hal.slend's room with it Hallowe'en parly. .Games' were played and favors were given. Pupils of the Juntor and senior hieh schools will bo tested for tuberculosis on Tuesday by Dr. A. M. Washburn, director of flic county henlth unit. The high school P.T.A. won the, ?5 attendance prize nt (lie iiiim ji:eetlng for scrip reorgiinl/atlon for having Hie most, mothers present. lifiir Meat In fjlant Mulligan HELENA, Mont. (UP) — Tilree hundred pounds of bear incut went into a gigantic mulligan stew for Irau.slents nt a local "flop house" recently. Henry Coty bagged the bear and turned the meat, over to ehiirlty. Oon't Trifle With Coughs Don't let them ;?ct. « strangle liold. Fight, them quickly. Creomul- sion combines 'I holiw in one. Powerful but. harmless. Pleasant - lo Uike. No utircotlcs. Ymir own druggist Ls autliorlxed to refund yoiii money on the sjiot, if your coujl or cold Is not relieved by Creo- mnlslon. —Adv. 8 0< '*«< ! * '''**\""-i(->X - '»; - ;- *V*# ^ ^- ' ' ^* <i, r*^ S a ETER! ANY STADIUM.^ANY §A WRDA Y • • ' ' " ' 'i . '/ ^, Go to any big football game' anywhere, anytime. If all the Hart Sehaffner ' & Marx suits and topcoats could be massed like this, it would be something to cheer about. ' ' . You'd find the best dressed men in this section. You'd know they were wearing all-wool clothes that would, stand the gaff in any weather. You'd know their • clothes were authentic in style and finely tailored. You'd know they had paid only moderate prices. Join the Trumpeter cheering section in HART SCHAFFNER 6? MARX FINE NEW FALL SUITS AND TOPCOATS $ NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. Colonial governments j n Africa have officially tanned head hum- In;!, but scientists state tnal the (.•Lidice IK likely to.survive, since it is ra deeply entrenched 'in thei culture of some —"-- l ' • _PR|DM^_NOVEMBER 2, 19; animal can live 'if"loss of nearly all Its fot. ons- half of its protein, and a great of to body weight. Vml of 0l ;h"%;tZ a |. 01 Tiie singing •^.no slnt "f 1" Egypt which nlls ' CI " was when ihe sun n STOVES! STOVES! Come where you, can save real money on your Heatinfj Stoves and Ranges-We hui, Stoves in solid car loads at a yreat saving and pass these savings on to you. 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