The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 4, 1937
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THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1937 (Continued Prom Page 1) Iryson bill, another measure, also aid to liave beeii spoiBorcd by Die administration, barely received ' a mjorlty. The vote w,-is 52'to 21. «. provided for the appointment of nenibers or the state board of education by the • governor, with ' the governor as e.x-ofllc!ri chairman of the body. There whs no debate Passage of the Wllkinson-Con- rey bill, providing for stricter en- orcemetit of the cigarette and cigar tax law, also was termed an administration victory. Tlie bill was defeated, 33 to 39, last Thursday but was brought up yesterday -on a motion to reconsider the vole'by which it was rejected. Wright of Clark made the motion. The vole esterday was 60 ayes and 54 imys The, senate rejected n house bill by Brown of Artadclphla to clim- Mle ODcrallpn of liquor stores cx- J'. wlUiliv the city'limits of cities .the first and second class and incorporated . towns. Proponents of •le bill said that liquor stores houM he compelled to opsrate nthln the jurisdiclion of ixj!lc« lithbrity. A final roll call on the amended Hall gftllonage tax bill wns taken nd the measure wfls sent to the overnor. It provides nu acMitibn- 1 tax of 25 cents per gallon on li- uor,; and 50 cents per barrel : on >eer t and revenues will he divided 'etween county ajents' funds and ther state and county activities .Repeal of the iokcn provision In he Northcutt sales tax bill was di- ecfed In a bill passed by the sen- tc by a 22-to-l vote and sent to the house. The bill also would pre- ent fcxplraiion oC the sales tax on uly ,1, 1939. Compensation Bill Argiwil The House ubor Committee lis- ened (o a 'three-how discussion f the workmen's compensation bill f. B. 480, last night and adjourn-' d without deciding on its report, wiil meet this morning to de- eralne whether the bill "shall be eturhedwlth a recommendation of >assage or without recommenda- ion. NO member of the commutes shtnved n disposition to mark the hourly wages substantially less bill "do not pass." The only, speakers against the compensation bill were Senator Hal Smith, a Clarendon lawyer, and W. R.\ Donham, Utlle Rock lawyer. They argiiKl that It ~v, Wilt) deprive the workers of the state of their' constitutional rights (o institute damage suits and'would provide totally inadequate compensation for injuries. Smitl! declared that It was misnamed. He said it should be-called the employers' compensation bill. He spoke after L. J. Arnold of CrosseU, representing the Arkansas State chamber of Commerce, and H. M. Thackrey, secretary of the Arkansas Paderatlon of Labor, had asserted that Industry and lu- bor In the stale were united in asking that the bill be passed. Trade 1'racllce Vroposal Increased opposition is balng expressed throuijlioul the stale to Hotsc bill No. 532 by Sampler, which would establish a commission la regulate business—at a cost of some $18,000 to the taxpayers, it was learned yesterday., Tiie bill would create 5 'a state Trading Commission of three members who would .receive $5,000' each a year, and would provide a secretary who would, receive $3,000 a year, in addition, it would give the commission authority to cm- ploy and fix the fees for attorneys, experts, examiners, clerks, cle. The-latest protest against the measure came yesterday from the Young Business Mens' Association of Little Rock, which went, on record as opposing It and named a committee composed of Hurry n Solmson jr.. Lewis Block and William Nasl) to imke a complete study of the bill and keep track of all developments. This committee was authorized to represent the association at, any hearings or discussions bit the measure that inav come up. Under the bill the commission would have virtually unlimited power over business. It Is this feature that has brought loud-spoken opposition (o the measure. Several representatives and senators Interviewed on the bill asserted thai they believed the bill would place !oo much authority in the hands of:ii commission. • Provisions of Bill The bill would prohibit "unfair methods of companion" and would make the following 'unlawful:: 1. Employment of workers in excess of the average hours of work prevailing in tii c industry or for similar types of employment, paid In such industry. 2. Selling below cost. 3. Loss leader transactions. 4. circulation of 'false or misleading information relative to a conijKlllor, his products or services, 5. Graining of rebates, discounts or allowances, whether secret or open. •' ' 0. Payment of unearned allowances and the giving ot special services. U. Inducing a breach of contract. B. Inducing sales by selling, buy. lug or exchanging other commodities at prices other Ihttn Uic market prices. 9. Misbranding or false marking. , 10. Price discriminations wlilcli bear'no reasonable relation to savings, in selling, iritimiftictiirin; or l-armpartaUon costs. 11. Commercial bribery. 11. Advertising falsely or mls- Icadingly.; 'Toledo On Grand Circuit TOLEDO <UP)—The Grand Circuit harness racing season will be inaugurated at Fort Miami track here June -28. A card of events beginning June 28 and ending July 3 lias been prepared. JBLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Hint Scientists Hunt Insects On Remote Pacific Isle HONOLULU XU!>)-Two~Xm7r7- cnii scientists Imvc started n voyage of 0,000 miles to tmnlmito In Hie jimelcs of New Uiltatn, In the - of (Hiding beneficial insects wilt combat harmful ones now damaging the sugnr nlnntn- tloiis of Hawaii. They arc Cyril Pcmbeiion mid Colin Lennox of tlie experiment station of the Hawaiian Siiem- Planters'. Association. New .Britain Mr dcsllnntloii. is 11 large Islitml m the western .jw of the Pacl- "c, below Hie equator nrnt noitli- WMI of New Guinea. To got there IJiej' will linve lo go by way of f-ew inland and Australia, itnd tlie entire trip will tnkc seven months. i HnwnfEnn sugar planters Imvc ueon remarkably uicce&sful In cle- yelopini! the science of flncllng mul in reducing Insects that prey upon other Insects that arc harmful to. menu also Imvc been carried on 1 crops. Tlie result.'! of these experl- 1 iti f the united stnte.s, . To date more than 1, varieties of teieficfa) Insects of -il'i category .have bocli. bred In He laboratories of sugar planters Beware The Cough From a common cold That Hangs On No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, chest cold or bronchial trrltatlon, you can get relief now with Creomulsion Creomulslon hot only contains the soothing elements common to many remedies; such as, Syrup of White Pine Compound with Tar. fluid ex- ti . M ^,Si "corice Root, fluid extract of Wild Cherry ana Menthol, but also has .fluid extract ot Ipecac lor '£ Powerful phlegm loosening effect, fluid extract ot Cascara for its mild laxative effect and, most Important of all, Beechwood Creo»te Is perfectly blended with all of these to reach the source of the trouble from the inside. Creomiii- elon can be taken frequently and • heal the Irritated tissues as th« germ-laden phlegm Is loosened and expelled.' Druggists also know the effectiveness ol Beechwood Crec* sole and they rank Creomulsion top lor coughs because you get a real dose of Creosote In Creomul- 1°,"' 5 mulsl ?e!l so that It Is •palatable. digestible and potent foTio- mg to the rery seat of tfie trouble Creomulsion is guaranteed satlal factory In the treatment of coughs. chest col oVanoV bronchial irrtta. tions and especially those stubborn ones that start with a common cold S? ..{""iff m tor fretful days and nights thereafter. Even U other Thousands <jf doctors use Creo- mulsion in .their own -lamllles as well as In their practice knowinu how Creomulsion aids nature to Eoothe the Inflamed membranes and th slnn 1 H r ? ed J° eu»»ntee0reomul- sionandtorefundeverycentotyour ' f , w , from the very first bottle H° n t. w °'-'y hrough another sleepless nleht^phone or BO cet a bottlt. of .Creomuhlon right now.. (" Carole Lombard says; I'Advised Jby^my singing coach, I changed to Luekies" ."In my new picture 'Swing High, Swing Loiv' 1 sing a song for the first time since I have been on the screen. To do this, I spent months taking. singing lessons. And with this added ' strain, my throat was not iji 'good shape. My singing coach suggested ' that when choosing cigarettes, I select a light smoke. And so I changed ioLiickies. Since then I've found that a light smoke and my throat get along together just fine." rT^,l NTLY STARRI NG IN PARAMOUNT PICTURES' "SWING HIGH, SWING LOW" Ln independent survey was made recently • among professional men and women-lawyers, •• doctors, lecturers, scientists, etc. Of those who said ; they smoke cigarettes, more than 87% stated they • personally prefer a light smoke. Miss Lombard verifies the wisdom of this preference, and so do other leading artists of the radio, stage, screen and opera. Their voices are their fortunes. That's why so many of them smoke Luckies. You, too, can have the throat protection of Luckies-a light smoke, free of certain harsh irritants removed by the exclusive process "It's Toasted", Luckies are gentle on the throat. '•THE FINEST TOBACCOS-* "THE CREAM OF THE CROP" A Light Smoke ; <"It's Toasted"-Your Throat Protection AGAINST 1RRITAT10N-AGAINST COUGH WIGGLY PRICKS FOR FRIIUY AND SA I HKDAV Chuck Poiiml —"I- iniinaMMBB8ar«BMM^MMMi Dressed Buffalo . . 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