The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 5, 1934
Page 5
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*V < * NoVfejjfelBR 5, 1934 (ARi,y. OQL FREES FIRST TEST (Continued Prom Pnoe Onrt Michigan, Ohio. West Virginia and New York, bff-Vfar Rwonls Kpiise majority leadf-r Joseph W. Byrhs, chairman of the Congres- slonul carnpatgh CommiUec, re- 'iiws to concede that the Republl- cani V'U gain ahy seaU, despite the fact that the off-year elections normally show a swing away from [[the Admlhlsiratlon. ! The record in recent years shows what usually happens In Ihe oIT- year congressional elections. Midway In the Hoover administration tile bemocrats gained 61 seats to win a majority. They gained 14 seats in 1926, and 75 in I92 l >. fn 181,8, during the Wilson adminlslrotlon: the Republicans gaiiied 21 spats. In 1914 the first Wllf.nn off- .RS|> they gained 66. •The AimlnlEtratton can retain a two-thirds majority In Hie House i|nrtt.'Session only by. holding Re• publican and .Farmer-Labor gains •! W 25. A two-thirds majority of the House Ls 290. The present lineup is 311 Democrats, 114 Republicans, five Parmer-lJborltes. There nre five voeahcies. Hayti Society-Personal New Deal "Cabin in the Cotton" Back Prosecution of Memphis Paper [or Criticism of Cowl Mimes C. P. Wells, Hugh Lewis, tohry Euell, J. W. Golden, T. F. Gillus, Luvian Blackard, members of the Stitch and Chatter Club, drove to filythevUle Friday, arriv- ,ng at the home of Mrs. Ernest Johnson at the noon hour.- The ladies took covered dishes . and enjoyed a dinner together, Mr. and Mrs, John Wilson of •I. 1 Louis spent the weekend here [visilliig their daughter and hiis- ihd Mr. and Mrs. R. I,. Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. John Morhstadt turnfd Friday from Memphis, here Mrs. Morlatadt had been [receiving medical treatment for ilhus. Mr. Morhstadt also received edlcal treatment while there. Mrs. Effle Mse Holmes and I The-Mat cottage pictured above, typical of more than a hundred already completed or in process oi construction at. Hie Dye.ra rurnl rehabilitation colony in this county, is the new home or Mr. und Mrs. \V. H. Smith and their five children, until recently residents nf Bassett, The Smiths were the first family from this county [o bo accepted as permanent residents of the colony. They will pay for their home and. small farm In installments spread over n long period, without interest charges. OSCEO1.A, Ark,, Nov. G.—Six Iren (tltoriieys. representing the bars or practically every county seal In (he second judicial district, signed the criminal compliant filed In circuit court nl Osceoln Saturday, naming the Memphis Commercial Appeal, Inc., three of Us employes, mul n. B. Snowilen Jr., or Hughes. Art-.., «s defendants In a contempt or court action. The compliant alleged tlinl ni'li- cles in the Cdmmerclal Appeal <|iiolljig Snowiieii, tended lo create a "universal disregard" fen- the court of .fudge O. K. Keck of Bly- (luM'llle. Keck was presiding Judge of circuit court hern when sponsor.' of u crllleiulen county salary• aci sought, to force county officials to plane Hie proposal on tlie gene' election ballot. Comments of Snowden on the decision or Jiulge Keck and inter It* Mate supreme coml Is bnsls for Hie nction. The complaint was signed by the following ntiarneyji: y,u\ B. Jhirrl- son. Cecil fihane. Blythcvllle; J. T. coston, c, E. sullenger, o.woln; G. \V. Oliver sr., corning; E. L. Westbrook, Joe C. Barrett, w. L. Lamb. Jonesboro; Arthur Sneed, Plggott; C. T. Ciirpenter. Marked Tree; Ja? son Light. Jeff Bralton, I'aragould; Walter Kllloiigli, s. W. Ogen, Giles Dcerlng, Wynne; T. W. Davis, Memphis, Tcnn. .'' . Whether or not the Oommcrolnl Appeal, a Delaware corporation, will accept service or Die complaint. Is not known. District Attorney Denver Dudley called on officers of the r Saturday but received no definite statement. ErTde'd, by "You're Fired" .Irs. Effie Davis of point, Pleas- 'M were here Friday visiting Mrs. l.on Hldgeway. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Hulmes' in, Riissell Thornell, who spent [the weekend at, .Point, pleasant Ith his ''relatives). • •> . Tommy Joe* 'yoling son 1 of Mr. HJ Mrs. Hubert Woodyard, Is sut- IfeHng ' with . on . attack •. of the iU.mps. , , Mr. and Mrs; Tneon Strack have hased one of the stucco hoiis- |jis . belonging ; to . Rlley. Summers, the iff. Drf.wey, Sandfrs twilight me : next dopi- to {them from •piannitrs. •'..,.• ' , Mrs/'Grace Davis "of Elto; Ark., |ls-here visiting her brother, .1. A [Meyers,, .who"is seriously ill.; , SETS, S.' Fihley' of Chaffee, who ias bee nliere visiting, her daugh- Hv Mrs. S. P. Hill, has gone to ikpsjoh where she will visit friends - -'. - . Jim Reynolds has been employ- I'.'os'o departmental teacher In [the upper grades of the element•y school, filling the position va- 'ated by' Miss : Maurine MeNall. ho has been transferred to the nigh school English department. James-David,'-son of Rev. and Mrs. Cecil. Pranks is suffering (from diphtheria. Mr.?, Alice B. David Is visiting ,,~ i Stanley nnd attending to hex fkfarming interests. City Abandons Effort lo Enforce Ordinance Calling for $200 Bond Prosecution of Meyer's Bargain Center for, failure to post , the $200 surety. ;bohd required of so-calleji 'Itinerant merchants" has " been withdraw)) by city officials mill the.: store company lias been allowed (o [jay the regiitnr license received from "permnneuf" merchants. .•''"'..' • '..The store .refused to post Ihe $200 "bond required In compliance with mi "itinerant merchant" ordinance which li'ad been on the city .statute books nboul two' yea ra but pft'ereU to pay ihe regular license fee, which y;as 'refi'ised. Under terms of .Ihe ordinance out of town merchants entering business here were required to poit (he as assurance that, tliey would' remain in business here a full year, or nl least eventually pay .licea'je for such a Ic-ngih of Get Rid of Malaria! Battith Chills and Feveri time. Sucli n bond was not required of local "fall merchants." A threat to seek chancery court njunction restraining enforcemeril or -the ordinance caused city offlc- '" i to give prosecution under its terms further study. The v.'itli- :lra\vnl of the flctiqn followed. Reid, ISvrard and Henderson, local attorneys, , represented the store company. MALDBN, Mass. (UP)—Mrs. Florence L. Mlnotl died recently In the same room where she was born SI years ago. She had lived In the same house all her life. Little O'Donnell Bend Child Victim of Flames Funeral services were held Saturday for Billle Earl Perclfull, 3- year-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Perclfull, of O'Domiell Bend, who was fatally burned Frldiy afternoon. The child, according to reports, was playing Rlotic. in si smnll outhouse at the Percirull home. He'is believed to have set the structure afire with a match and burned to death before he could be rescued. Services were conducted at: the family home and burial was made at Nfaple Grove cemetery with the L. G. Moss hi charge. Undertaking company "Madame, your eervlcei are no lougcr required." Tims, says Mrs. Elizabeth Bdluni) of Penn- Eaukcn, N. J., Donald K. i^wrln- BOD, wealthy f'lillndelptila ilalry- •mau, ended tlio ronmnca wlilcli hail Induced her to divorce ber husband. Details will bo iircsent- '»d. lu tlie trial of her $100,000 Imhii suit lining lieiird »t Osui- deu, N. J. Fanners Urged to Attend Scries of Meetings This Week The U. S. Bureau of Animal in* dlislry nnd I lie Arkansas Livestock. SniiHai-y Bonnl are'cooperallns In sorltiE H series of meetings lo he held throughout Mississippi couiily (his week lo (ilsciiw it cnmpnlBii for Ihe eHdlcKllon 'oi tuberculosis In the cattle of Ihe county. • ViHeriimrliins will conduct meetings u( which the assembly for testing civllle ..for lube will be .wlectecl. As testing Is compulsory under Ihe law, cffoils are ijclue made to Jnive all entile owners represented ul liiesp nicrl- Ings. Todi\y meelhigs were ill Ynrbro school, U (i. hi.; Nil'm- !)«• Nine, 11 n. in.; mliy uml Right, a p. in'; Armorel, 4 p. m, TiiPalnj'—New Liberty .school, a- m.; Hlyiheyllle eourl linuso, 11 a. in.; Tomuto school, a p. in osneil school, 4 ji. tn. Wcdhesdny — Dell church iicni hool, !) a. m.; Lost CoiU' school n. in.; Manila plclure shnw, a m,; Slmdj 1 Orovc, < p. in, Thursdiiy—Skldwny schoul,- 9 n .; Pnwheen, 11 •«. in. Ltinchvllli chool, 2,p. m.; Cnrml school,.' . m. '•..-'.'' In tlm Chceoln district (he mr-et- IBS will be ut, pkecs: 'tfai ay—Whltton 'school, 9 n. hi Ycchmaii Dftyou, nil. nu; Jolnrl- :30 p. m.; Wilson, .3:^0 )>. in. >iesdny—Carson school, 9 n. iu.; jlixora school, 11 n. m.;' Osceola chool, 1:35 p. m., Wednesday— Vest Rlitge, 9 n, in.; EloWHh, 11 m.; Kclscr; 1:30 p. .m: i "Iron Horse" Got Revenge . CHEYENNE, Wyo. (UP) — Th '.'Iron Horse" had its' revenge, her recently when the Union Pacifl Railroad's new "Zip" Irnin stalte 50 miles east of here nnd had t be bauled In for repnlrs. It wn one or tlic puffing old type locomo- GIANT MOVING PICTURES BEALLV WAS ONUV A TOY, 20 INCHES IN HEIGHT/ TRICfi. PHOTOGRAPhV A\ADE HIM APPEAR AS A HIOUOUS CREATURE, OK ENORMOUS PROPORTiOMS/ IN OUH UkTTfUOES, : ' uAiH»ow( IN THI MIDOtt OF THS EQUATORIALOlAMETtR Of W* EARTH \S ONLV TWCMlV'S'X W4**i3REAT£ft THAN.TKt POLAR DIAMETE.R. ' iClBM IT KU The tow of n rainbow Is (in n re of H circle whose center in directly opposite (he sun. The ordinary rainbow has a radlu.-, of atwiit 4?. (icgvcfs. Tor that reason, when the sun is more tlinn -42 degrees above the horizon, the rntnliow Is below Ihe horizon, and Invisible. Six-Foot, 125-Pound Sturgeon in Lake.Erie MADISON-ON-THE-LAKE, O. (OP)—A six-foot, 125-pQund fiUlr- Econ, supposedly the Jargesl fish or uny sort found along'Lalte Erie's shore cast, of ClevclmMjfor n years, was laiuteil here recently by nn Akron cnrjienlcr.-' •'• ." ' •" ' " ' The giant fislV was dead when discovered ind 'was belns washed ashore by rough waves.- A large cut on-Its back Indicated It might have bceri run (to4'n by a' boat Displayed tn an-ice-company window here,.It drew clowns of nmn - |U uw .«,<;, n uiuw lives tlmt steamed proudly Into the | teur photographers. yards here with the disabled streamlined Hash In tow. The sturgeon,. according lo old timers.once.was.. klng'oi, lake. Brli NEXT! Wlnt n the <l?rk of * ilsli his knuckfd Mllurs ftmelrfi, th«y stood Ish. in re.cent' years, IU immuer las dwindled. It still Inhabits thp per^arid colder'water? of the ike, however, bwl Ls rarely ol such slie as the local nnd. The Akron nun's name was not learned." Head Courier, Newt Want Adi. Mothers! In treating; children'! cold*, don't take chances.. use PROVED KY 2 GENERATIONS Now lorMtcd «t SoolhcM* Comci WiUnut and, Serond ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER , SERVICE BUREAU 1»ON TOWARDS, rroprietar til DukM at rebuilt Tjptwritrn, itddlnc Marhlrvi and f alcubtnn Rtpalrinj—FarU—Rlbboui PhoB) 11 1 •! J . A man'and his wife who had just returned from a round- the -world cruise spoke o/ Chesterfield m ff an intwiwtionfd I Hospital Notes \ \ Admitted to the Blythcvllle hosX.oftal: ,Vf£ss Bobby' Lee King, city; sR. B. Kilgore, Huffman; Miss Jane f'Eogul, Steele. Mo.; Mrs. J. C. \pobbs, Armorel; \frs. Lena Spears, ) I>ering, Mo.; P. C. Lucas. Steele, ?< 'Ho. Dismissed: Mtsa Violet Meaeham, Mfs, virgle Keltner, Lcach- Mlss Jean Peace, Deerinjj, si city; vllle; Hfo., Dynamite ia iKed wtth Cmt CHByBNNE, Wyo (UP) _ Luck Iwas with Aiislin Trumbull when 'ie started to,fire his furnace for ne of the season's first C0 ld spells. As he prepared to throw a shovel jfull of coal in the fire he noticed" a slick of dynamite tn the fuel jPiirlher investigation disclosed jthree sticks of the explosive. G o o d F o r Stomach Wal«r with meals helps stomach juices, aids digestion. If bloated with gas add a spoonful of Adler- ika. One dose cleans out poisons and washes BOTH upper and .lower bowels. City Drug Store and Bros. Drug Co. —Adv. LS Dr. Floyd D. Howton, Dentist Announces (he open- of an office for dental practice in the Lynch building on South Broadway. To conquer Malaria, you must do two things, (1) Destroy DIB infection in the blood. (2) Build up the blood to overcome the effects and lo fortify against further attick. There is one medicine thai <!ocs these two things and that is Grove's Tasteless Chill Tome; The tasteless quinine In Grove's Tasteless Cliill Tonic destroys the mal- arir.l Infection In the bloo<l while «ic iron builds up the Woo;). Thousands of people have conquered Unlaria with the old of Grovj's Tasteless chill Tonic, tn addition tc beiiiR a noted remedy fcruMal- ruM t'floi - «rla, It is also »n e,vccl)ent'floi)lc oi general use. yrove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Is pleasant to lake and contains nothing harmful. F.vm children like jt and (lifiy can lake f safely. For sale by all dnig stores Now Iwp sizes— SOc mid $1. thf si size contains 2Vi limes ns i; nich as Die 50c size nnd gives you 2^% more for your money. .— Adv. 4 PURE Chilled By Safe - Sanitary Pint - 7c Quart - 12c CRAIGS DAIRY Phone 74 'Vimntm- tin nf , r >0—-air light'• — water light—fully protected e,\<fn if suh'. iti C hesterfield Cigarettes are on sale in eighty-six countries. 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