The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 21, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 21, 1932
Page 5
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THU||DAy,__OCToiJKH 20, 1932' Six Bright Spots on the Business Horizon &:. *'j ^Missouri Dews „„,„ Jobless Riots Spread in Britain A V '-?; J'' ,H< '"'• *?t> ©PN P-icting of unemployed, Jigbting a decrease in the dole, has spread to London al «l other nri,i,'i as police clubs broke up the demonstration. Carrie's Axe Ip Be Buried New War Dog Points Nose lo Sea PAGBPIVl' SATURDAY and MONDAY VALUES AT THE Judge Guy 1). park, above, Is Mts- Fonr) Democracy's choice for governor. He chosen by |li c stute roimnltlrr 10 nil Hie vacancy on tlio party's ballot caused by (he death of Pram-Is M. Wilson. Judge Park lives In IMalle city. )li;r)i School lias Now Course KALEIGH, M. c. (UPj—IVncliril forestry i.s to b- olforod as a stiuly iu voeational ugricuUuir )n Norlh- Carolina high sthoals this year. Here , s Uncle Sam's newest fighting s ,,ip, the cruiser Indianapolis shown a s shc , m Cat!1(icn N ^ wjui uaval o(Tjccrs and s]u c ..^ aboard lor ? . trial run to Rockland, Jie. Tiuilt at a cost cf -inu-yti "lately SH.MO.OCO. the Indianapolis Is GOO Icct Ions has a di<j,hcc- mcnl of 10000 tons, a speed of 33 knot* nnd carries' nine 8-Inch »uns four a-aujh anti-aircraft guns and two triple 21 inch torpedo tubes' Mining Company Gets | J u< fc e SearJs Youthful Gold From Dumps j Criminals to School TON'OJ'AH. xcv. <UPi-~Th.ii £, jr . I GRAND KAVK.V. Mich. (UI'i - faying the gcvenim?m his "mad; a mess out of fighting demon rum." Mrs. Myra llcller.iy, above. 83- ycar-okl prohibitionist of Wichita, vKan.. has decided the cighlssmh •' ! »>ei:;)ment should h; repealed and '-i.itc.i- rights Instituted. She \vas a '.."iitenant cf Carrie Nation when prohibition zcaloc \vcn'. ab=U with a hatchet {mashing Kansas s.i- Icons. Upon Carrie Nation's d?at:i Mr hatchet ran to Mrs. McHenrj' icr 30 years "Mrs. McHcnry. with ihe hatchet as her symbol, lias carried on a s;>e-!acular prohibition campaign and been jailed ma:iy umes as a result of her zeal 1024 thai the oW-timp miners \vcrc carc!°M back in GoMfidd men. who sought wealth in chunks. Bradihr.'.v strove desperately to •""" - company devoted fir.nncc i - v i * Lviuijam ticvo;eci to S.i'.iniii» mineral lro:n the dumps : and refuse of the old abandons : mines. II v:ns a silly proposal! Uaid olncr miners. | Cut Bradshaw pevfbtcd and '.since 1324 has paid stockholders .mere than S182.000 on a minor ii;l i vostiKOiit. Ji e ivas right. Tile c{.-| j oumps were rich in gold, whin i pioneer mining methods failed to : extract. Church Celebrates Us 250th Anniversary BRADFORD, Mass. (UP)-lho first Church of Chris;, CcriErciia- tlonal, o:-.: of the -,'oimdition itones of Protcstnnlism in Amrr- Ifa. i s celebrating Us 250th birtli- .day r.nnivcriary. Since its ors;anl7.aUr,ti in o.-- ictcr. IC82. the Bradford church '' a " haj five meeting houses. H ministers, and has founded the . daughter'' churches In Grove- iiiii 1Vcst Boxforrt ' nilcJ w " ld ^Tne American Boanl of Coni- i-.HEsicnci-f f ci . jr cre io H Missions y a f loiinricd here In 1810, and in 'MJ Bradford Academy, now caned Bradfcid Junior College, established, A church 'in Henry Ford's ;.Uicncan Village- in Dearborn, ;-• •• ls a c -py of the present ,"," Churcfc . which was built in IN T THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE JONE3BOE«D DIVISION OF THE EASTERN' DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS In the .Matter of Henry Asiisbrarner. In Bankrupt-n- To the creditors uf U:c ab-V named b.-.nkrt;pt of Man!!?., h, u',p county of Mississippi. Division and District aforesaid, a bankrupt is hereby given that or, j Oct. Kin, 1932, the above nan-"d , petitioner war, duly adjud gcd , jbankiupt. and the first n-.ectm- |of the creditors will be h-w r ! my office in the City of Jm °: bcro, in taid District on Oct. 3u» IH32, at Id A. M ., at which I,'.' Ihe said creditors may Vend prove their c!alms, appoint a ru ,' ee. examine the bankrupt a » d transact such ether business « Fred T. Miles. Alonj with jail terms. Jud;o Miles sentences lira olTenders lo a course hi clnssific;! rcarffni. neccnU; he ruiolttl a passa-e from Kea( 5 rticl told two hoy- liar.dits to finu it and repr.rt "to the probation department. JuJac Mile.; l;im«elf provides books for the jail-school. Hog cholera was first found in I America 35 years ago. v o in c n f i nil so many uses for Hie w.Ti:l-.T<ts. .Srlliiij; old furniture, Roll 1 -ng household lielii, apartment Jnmtinj. Just ]>horc 366 (i jou want results. COURIER NKWS WANT ADS his Oct. F. C. MULJLINix —a In Banfc ra p t c y ' Ban ensationai of I'ncli In 4.40-4.50/ai I'.ilri ' 4.5O-2O CiicvroKt 4>39 s.12 rnnilie 5. 40 5.^5-11 fc.67 HIM, \VUNI)KHLICH r S MAIN SERVICE STATION PJionc 711 Formerly The New Dixie Store Co. WARE SALE AH Everyday Staples -- No Seconds HiU-h I'iere Kemilar Firsl QuiiHty Labeled Knaraelwnrc I'llItlO \\l\VfK 'f'lie always popular Staudliy. 10-i|iiiirl I'ail 12-qnurt Uotind \)iKh I'ans ()-(|iiiu I I'uddinir 1'ans No. J!2 Wiish liitsins IVOKINK For (lie woman who iircfcra color in the kitchen. SBaa11 " 11 " 1 " 1 ^HMmaraBHsr«aD3a;:jmB5GEa!? I'iius ^5?*" - 'i}'*i«sVSSfi Hoys All SizcH Blankets .lolm U. Stetson *' l(i jtt. Leather i Blanket Lined Jumpers { For Slim nnd lioys All Si/.es i\Icn'h' Dress PANTS 1 BEstaasES isorcaaaPBrs! CD Dresses T" O 1- ^VoiTH'Il and .Missus — ALSO SUITS A (;reat «s- ;;orl m c n L of styles nnd color:;. Divssts you would pay u nic.iV deal njoro fov fise- wlicrc .... Children's New Wash DRESSES 2Sc !,;:ilii'.s' I'flt HATS All New SCvles BRESSES . . $0. Viiluns lo 5iri...lli c sc-ason's f clioici- Mylt.s...nll colors nnd JH ni.iti-rials. Ladies 1 Novelty H !>s - I'[imps- - Tk-.s - Oxfords Kucde - 1'aient - Kid Dozens di" New Styles COATS f'Val tired iti .'j Valiie-fltv- in>; (Jrouys. Values lo §10 Coats Included In tills is a beautiful black dress coat with deep fur collar, Ijeltcd stylos, yocd \vool- eii-s. $/ Sports, Polo, Dress COATS ]ic:iii(iful slyJcs, all new* eolors nnd mater- <?0 OIT ials - - - - «30,OJ ,SV and $5 mister Itrown Shoes and Oxfords for dren, Special Values at . -lM /I A J5 $1.4!) 3110 *» Brokerage Co Formerly The New Dixie Store Co.

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