The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1938 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 17, 1938
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1038 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS would be $122.25, liicliiding the £c!:ool levy. Milwaukee Itemizes Outlay For Health, Police, Fire Protection 'Something very essential is Bone from marital happiness when the tt-um.n goes to work. Miimifac Subsidy Urged For Collegians' Marriages SAN JOSE, Ciil. UP)—Govern- merit subsidization of college mar- plages Is advocated by Dr. Joseph i Ma IT Owliui, education Instructor nl San Jose State College, as one of Hie best means of promoting .successful marriages. He favors college marriages If the students are emotionally" mature and economically fitted. In j cases wlicre the latter element is BY E. W. KIECKIIF.FEU, lucking, he feels Unit the jjovern- Jnilfil- Press Staff Correspondent n; '' nt coukl I 1 '"! 1 " vel> >' "scfnl part. MILWAUKEE, Wls., Fell. 11. " r!u ' cvw Increasing divorce (UP)—Properly owners In tills, the r " u ' '" America is due to many safest city in the, nation, pay only U»"Bs." wild Or. Gwinn, "among about 4 cents a year for protection tlll!m bc ' iu K l "c ever-changing so- 011 the streets, a breakdown of city - cial illi(l economic conditions government, costs shows. I which have placed economic re- lUcliaid Knig. niunlciijal reler-1 ° •iitnienls on Iwth the man and ewe librarian, in r< survey of the ' womal1 '" marriage, four departments In which the citv lias been awarded national ranking, determined the cost per month for safety as .3 cents per taxpayer ] and the annual eost as 4.1 cents. I Cost for ranking in health was' $2.750 per year or 23 .cents a i month. Fire prevention eost $7.101; year and 59.2 cents a niontli, while police protection cost »i cents a month, $10.317 n year. Properly Owners Carry [x>ad It is the owners of real pvoporly j fu tlic city who foot Ih'e bill for these "keys" to health, safety and security. Krug points out. They pay 5G per cent of the cost. The rest Is borne by refunds from state and county taxes. Allied services which placed Milwaukee high, usually first, among ttic other 'cities of the country, likewise are inexpensive, Krug points out. Supporting the "key' of safety are street construction and repair Which cost 35.1 cents a month; street, lighting and traffic signals. 4115 cents a> month; planning and zoning, 1.8 cents a month and in, dastrial education, 35.2 cents a monlli. Helping to ill-event and wipe out crime were tlie courts, which cost 3.3i cents per month; forestry and playgrounds. G.D cents it month and the library and museum at M.I and 1.2 cents a month each. Health Costs Itemized' Street sanilatiou at 44.0 cents n month, sewers anci sen-age disposal, 2<!.ti cents, and garbage collection and incineration, 13,0 cents helped bring the city into first place ill health. Fire prevention was aided by building and plumbing inspection nt 5.5 cents and smoke and boiler Inspection at .7 cents a month. The figures are representative of taxes paid on nn average house and lot assessed at $5,000 valuation. The tax on such a home ttiresl foods iiiul anything else, that tends to moke 11 easier for the woman to get away from the home may lead to divorce. Or. Gwinn believes that children constitute (lie .strongest factor for making marriage successful. "However, America is « notion of speed," he said, "and we don't even slow up to consider carefully the most Importmit. step In our life, that of clioasinsf a mate. "The present hue and cry for democracy In government lins not yet reached marriage, but society is pointing to It. "In the meantime, however, notlern psychology, education, sociology iwd biology are pointing he way lowunl Impplcr marriages nncl our college couples are having decided advantage over oilier couples by making themselves ue- liiainted with tile fundaincntiils ol liese subjects." Some ant settlements contain us many as 400,000,000 Inhabitants, yet I the members can IcH when ono i ••rliiw ant Invades llielr domain, even though H be of the sumc s|>cc-les. PAGE THREE DRIVING ISA PLEASURE WHEN YOU HAVE A Radio In Your Car Head Courier News Want Ads. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, Nell K. Earnest, PlalntllV, vs. No. CG13 j Henry J. Earnest, Defendant. The defendant, Henry J. Earnest, warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in I he caption hereof and answer the complaint o! the plnlnlill, Nell K, Earnest. Dated this 20th day of ,'anuary, 19H8. H. M. Craig. Clerk l)y Ellwibeth Dlytlie, D. C. Claude P. Cooper, Atty for Pltf. Gene E. 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Why not extend this sense of security to your own kitchen? Use Electrical Refrigeration in your home and KNO\V the food yon serve your family is just as safe and wholesome as it was when purchased. "Own. a £iechic ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CORP. See Your Local Appliance Dealer HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Nor fie. ( Ronalor' Refrigerator General Electric Refrigerator CITY ELECTRIC CO. Hotpoint Refrigerator This Week af Pears Salad Dressing QSS-E 25c Grapefruit Texas Pineapple Sllrert No. 2W Cans 2 J'»r Clock 20 m. l.ouves Country Clult No, 2 1 /! Cans Orapef riut Juice ~S r «25c Store • I'Vi'p D'niiKtration .'{() Oiiys Free Tn;i SPINACH Twinkle aa 6 boxes 25c Pineapple Juice ^ sv 25c Catsup ss „:;: eachlSc •>«MHMWm canlSc Bafty Foodsg%3for25c Ib. 15c can llic Del Mni/, Whole Knrs Ealnmre lira mi Avoniliilc' Ni>. 2 (.'ans c r..,,. 5' ; APPLES Ark. Hlack QC 1 )«/.«ti liAKING I'OWDER Ciiliiincl 1 l.h. Can 19' CARROTS CAUI.IFI.pWKK -jrc Snow While, Hciiil 19 Slanilnrri No. 2 Cans, 2 l«'or 20 Ox.. liox 7«/.e -18 (k. I!ox 15c Croat Northern, IA ..'If lialiy Lima, LI) ....... tic Gi«nl Kinia, 1,1) ....... !lc RICE, SNOW WHITE ?!! SEVEN DWARFS ~ GLASSES s 0 DESIGNED BY WALT DISNEY . EXCLUSIVELY FOR KROGERI FILLID WITH EMBASSY IP- PEANUT BUTTER lOor. Ij COUKTWCIUB 1C SALAD DRESSING 9V-i«. COUNTRY CLUB SANDWICH SPREAD 9'A Oz 1 C n lOC ^^^^"•i^^^^BB HumKo 4 Ib. Carton 45c 8 Ik Carton S9c BROCCOLI Hunch POTATOES ffL 15' VANILLA . irs...,.23° .'! Large or (i Small Chuck or Thick Kil) LI). :j"/,c Sleak Shoulder Round, 1.1). 20c COFFEE Country Club, U> French, I.b S|intli R hl, Ib. ; ,'t Lbs. . Swift's J'reniium Shoulder or Chops l.h. Leg or I,oin UU> CllolKS, 1,1). BACON Sliced, r.b. Clack Hawk KlniUcss, I,b. Home Dressed, Ro^fly for the Oven Pound Siio-Wlii(e Compound Pound PORK LOIN 16t 22c ^•^•••••^••^••1 Country Sausage, Ifc. •^..vaM Boiling Heatjb. Sliced ty Liver, lb a Beef f ,, in T> Baked Ham Cenler Ll>. CHITTERLINGS 7J_C 10 Ib. Tail fi9c; Loose, Lb. .. • 2 FRESH KrSH, Oysters, F'int 29c and 39

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