The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1937 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 8, 1937
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Real Funsters With Mjx Circus! Planning Board Suggests Basis for Six-Year gra-n ro- CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—Sfvcn THURSDAY, APRH, 8, 1937 Young. Athlete HOUIZONTAI, Answer to Previous I'uz/.Ie projects have received the approval | of the Hemlscot County planning j Board ns the basis for a six-year program , of public works in this county, $t has been:announced by S. .p, : Reynolds, chairman of tin- hoard. Tlia projects, to ivhleh others may .b? added later, were approved I); tlvs local'board Hi response to n request by the stilts Planning Hoard thai mi Inventory of nw'l- cd uiulertflkiii'js b; prepared nv'n ),a«ls for future public works. The approved p.ojects are; .... Improved sehoch and se!.oDl facilities. ' ; Erection mid maintenance of a county hospital. . . . , Graveling of 13 milss [of roarts connecting the levess with 'the m.iln i highways; to facilitate movement ': of men and mate-rials In thus of i high water find to did in mill delivery. j A public library building for Ca- ' ruthersville. ! River front Improvement for j innltatlon and bDautlflratitm be- I Iwcen Ward and tiusncy avi'iiucs j When Tom Mix hriniis his hi? 3 rhu; circus lo io'.vn in Cai tithersvlll;. Rfsuifaclng of Administration Afraid of Disturbing Scour i 1 1 c s Mark el WASHINGTON, Apr. 8 IVl'l — Administration sources disclosed Unday HIM the KOVcrnmcnl is un- I likely to tuk<! uny steps In the ! iniuiDtiiuii 1 future toward ctirlfiil- I Inn Ifiri'lun capital inflow for !h at' ciT further liisturbhif; the al- .:i<ly un.-.i'Uli'il securities tnavkcl.s. K'.-oiiomists chin-gwl with dcvls- ii'-; yjnie means of mincing cap- ItLil inipuris. received a hint of v.'hai mlyh. liaopen if action were ^nkeii in yi'Sli.'iday's stock markel, ; break. Tire break resulted from ] heavy foreign liquidation baaed (in imvi-jillcd reports that the lieasmy was contemplating n cut in the' uokl price. The heavy inflow of foreign :ar,linl 1m:, ):ccn « probloih ' of j /(at :;on::r.rn to tiie admlnl.slra-1 '••'on Jlnc.e last fall, chiefly be-1 cause nf fear of credit Inflation, lint ailmlnist ration Ilscal cxpsits an iwin the problem requires :U!mi:s Ijanclling. , J. 0 Picl u red iHJu'B'ERjTiyil'LiKl I JNlSl .SKcS" 1 1 One that wears. 1! To come. 15 WiU'A'am. lOl.iu-iiit. 18 Waistcoat. 20 Unequal things. 21 Kxpert, v 22 Gaelic. 211 And. 24 Toward. 2fi He-broad-, easte'l. :iO Tcdiiun.' :M Approached; :i"] Kxcusc. 30 Wilt! shf^.;. 37 Product from (las. .18 Electrical term. •10 Fortune. •!^ Small iicrrio. ' 9 To donate. 10 Above. 11 Smaller. 13 Kxultant. 15 She compcle in s. 17 To stitch. 19 Ends. Native Hawaiian Dish Found to Aid Teeth i hi' line u-etli «ml bones of j Island iiice. Con- Jumps ", Fed C.A\'F: OIRrtRlJFAU, Mo. (UP) — 48 Shred of waste silk. 43 Chinese' staple food. 0(1 Weight ! allowance ! for waste. !il To divert. 57 She is n promising young . VERTICAL 2 Inspired revercnco. 3 To lock ah;r. >l Makes Inci;. • SAN FRANCISCO (UP) — Hn-! raliHiis, in their native dish of ! ... ,, iral, discovered the real source O f i Som . n( ' ht ; rc '" . tllls si:Ctl °" "' ?<H!d leeth and bones long before i southeastern Missouri is a High modern science, according to Dr.s llm i" n " CKX - When a train Hermann Becks ami Nina Sim- Mn|>1 ' f , cl • U1tll(1 st »<* ocns heir .nons of the- university of Califor- '" ""'I' ' l , lle cow bccr "" e '' xdu ' t1 ' n | a t ' i MH: lenp.'.d a seven-foot fenci 1 ' ,,' ..... ' '-''ill inches to spare and made for Iteearch into the dental super-;.,.„, nral . by wor , (ls lonty of Hawaiians reveal's that 23 Shoelace hole I "Oi. which has long been u lead- 25 Pope's sciirfs. I -»B native disli in the Islands, con- „»_. ""'is an unusually lares quantity! tOK SALiI of calcium and phosphorus. This, coupled with the plentiful sun- j shine of the Hawullaii Islands, which furnished the necessary' Vitamin n element, resulted in' fif) Class of birds. 5 Year. 50 She recently C Small nail. wen a i',o\( 1 File. . 8 Cave. 27 Ever. 28 To loiter. 2!) Constellation. 31 Biblical prophet. 32 Noise. JO Sash. H9 Biblical v.-orV 41 To classify.- 42 Row of ;i series. 4'J Singing voice 41) To beseech. "IfiTo split. 47 Maple shrub. 52 Form of "me 1 53 .Spain. 54 Ell. TKKKY ABSTRACT & REALTY. CO. Absl.-arls, Lands & Loans K, M. Tprry, I'res. and Mgr. I'hnlipgl? lti.rlheville.ArK. SOY KKAN HAV PLANTING SKIiI) STOXHVIl.1,1: 5A ST()Ni:V!M,I5 1A 1st year from Stonevilie Station 8 IICX PURE J1RE13 WHITE ROCK PULLETS Frcsli Heifers with Small Calves H. C. Knappenberger giavsreeU IncanZ'rsvlllo. 65 Are Enrolled for Course &J Dell Much interest. Is being shown In the study, courss noiv In session at the Dell Baptist church. Sixty-live linvc enrolled in the classes which will b? held each nteht this w?ck There are classes for nil a?es from the juniors through the artuHs. The Rev M R Griffin, new pastor nl Dell, is lending the adults In'n study, "What Daplists nelievc." Alvln Huitman jr., leadur of the senior group. Is (eachln^ "Cliris- tian Leadership." In the Intermediate group. Millon GrnlMm is leadm? the study. "Witnessing for Christ" "Studying for Service." is the subject the juniors are study- Ing under the direction of Miss Clara Belle KInion. J. P. Friend conducts the devotional each night before the classes meet. Monday night, he read [ from John 15 for th= lesson. Tiles- [ day night he used Hebrews 1:1 as j the basis for a discussion on "Hun- j ning a Race " i one will sen countless chalk-fucfd comic's-- all Imlfooiu-rs of the first water. Com" K11 " y l ' aliccl dmvm ' " IOSC » im1jlc " f o° tol **>™™ "hose furiousiy funny antics delight Hie yctiir,' iiucl old, will form an Important part of Tom Mix Circus. Joe nowcrs, dlmlnmlve funster. William Ash. veteran, and Ab;i; Goldstein, famous clown cop, head the notable array of nurrymukt«'.s <:;:niini; hcic with 'I'om Mix Circus. The hlf! .show will visit Ulytht:vllta for two performances, afternoon and iillilit, on the N. Second street grounds, Tucsdny, April 13th. Actor, Socialite Bound for Altai R. E. Gariingtou, 64. Dies At Searcy, Ark., Today t). B.' Cinrllii|!tnn, (H. father nf Hies Aha Mac GnrlimUou and a l.'rclhrr-in-liuv of Mrs. II. A. Lyn-jh, died at his home In Si-nrcy, Ark., at :'. o'clcrk this morning, lie had iQetn in ill health for several year.s firm n heart nliniciU and his ri< alii not mK> - iier.trcl. CJnrllnHton, who is n mr-m- <:f the rity public school fiu> idty. went lo fiearcy Ihis niorn- ins; i.nil Mrs. Lynch will po Sun- Missouri House Rejects Child Labor Amendment 1 > ! JEFFERSON' CITY, 'Mo. — Tiie! Hogan resolution i calling for'niti-j ficalioii.of the proposed child In-j toi nmendmenl to the federal constitution wns' defeated in the house late Wednesday by a votn of 14 noes to 51 ayes. The -roll call vote came after three and one-hull hours of debate. Svenly-stx votes would hnvn, keen necessary for . approval of the lesoliition. : Today' marked the third 'lime the pioposed Amendment has been rejected on the door of the MLsrouri legislature! On another occasion a similar resolution was imroiuceci but did not get out of committee i j he rolircd. Hn is n's> KUivivcd nv a sou. C. !3. (Tarlhv'.ton. of Litile nnck, mid, three other dau>hlers. Mrs. I!. Puller and . Fuller and , Miss Sara Ciarlliinlon. nil of Hearcv. of them wits taken ns they, tiled notice in Los AnijclGs ol then- intention in wed. measure, n tfe :r Muss Ave In Dry Lv j The rcmiuomise ; clurtiiiK a Ifl 1-2 p:r cent tax <in ! cual •])i-odnrers. failing to abide j »y ])rice nxins,' jiroviKlons. i teon accepted bv house and Town! ., li: association el O'.K'ilin C.'l- le -' e 1:f - 1 ' n !l:n ' 1 ' Two Seek Divorces , V __ - -I OBEBLIN. O. (Ul'i-tn this home j Mrs. Velma Ivnsicy :ia s mil suit i cf lllc Anti-Saloon u>aaiu-, tliej in chancaiy court against George Mosley, asking ,a divorce on tlie ground: of '. indignities. H:>r attorney i tjer is Neill Resd. W. R. Sanders b ssakliij a divorce: from Vanie Sanders on the ground of '.Indignities, lib attorney is E. E. Alexander. . Avcnij? Now: i^jp ! i)en to Second Street The Frisco railroad crossing at tl)3 i-n.'t tiul o f Cliicknsav.'bii avenue, i>'.-il:>ral oiH'ne<l by the' cliv 1 lo provide H direct route lo. fir::oml stiwt, is now op:-n fur tralliu, it uas stated today by Joe 'iirnor. clly snjlncsr. Tlie city, street dcparlin:nt anil Frisco olficiaU have been co-Dp::r- iiilni! i ! i pvsparlng the crossing for use. TrnlTic i;nlrs have been crsct- ed en each side of the crossing* , From the railrond to Second net the old road i).»si:ie the coiiii- :y Jull Is impnTd bin olficials hope it iriiiy ovenlnalty be graveled. LJncJherplis at Munich on Return front India 'ncubator Emu, Born At Scili DiegO Zoo I mar school. MUNICH. Cieriniiny, Apr. B (UP) —Mechanics at Iho airjiort today •efuclJil and checked Uie inono- lane in wliK-h Col. and Mrs. 'liiu'les A. Lindbi'inh are Hying i lo l)3 " le r ' rsl °f "s sncces ever and continued lo bs preeo=iDu$ throug-i the lower grades of gram- ini-k lo Hnpiam India, The fivers landed here Tiiesdav nlfc'ht. They remained at their '.o(rl this inonilni;. ' Weather wns cloudy anil Liiid- Jcrgh Biive no Indlrnlion wliun '.hoy would leave. Uivid can call off his ijrand- N niEGO. Cal. iUP)— Believed mo 'her's telephone number and tho:e of the grocerymun; his aunt, and Ills father's business prione. .San of an accountant and til- lered hv his m'ctlier, riavid knows the alphabet, having learned U by requesting information from his mother on the mianiii" "f the odd fl?tires in his picture books. LDIUS, the bov's father, is proud of Ills accomplishments. Rose, his from" a II-ID to !'' :l!c; " c<1 ln lm incubator, a 24- I r.imco emu was born at the San Mrs. Belle Benchlsv. Ne w Miss., cm-alor, anncuucL'd. The baby was named Herman. Th? main emu ussmne.5 comjjl^te rtiargc ot haU-hlus! "nd rearing it.5 joiuli. Mrs. Uenchley .sairl. Tile • eaiii is a wiivgluss sui.-cies of'th? ostrich family, a nalivs D( Australia and next lo thi- ostrich., thn lar<!- 0.^1 bird existing in the \vorki. Boy, 2, Counts to 100 ' And Can Say Alphabet Has Fo:iv Phones Kov; NFV/ ASIirORIJ. Mass. (UP1 - IPIV Ashford. tvaditionally tlie !irsl tc\vn in the United States to iT.r.ort prcBiileiilial tlrction re-! CAMDEN, N! J. iUPi—Two- :unis. heretofore linn bc.-wted bnv I .yeai-dd D.ivld parry Hoffman single H-lc;-hoiK>. Anybody wish-! counts to 103. sin?s "I J 2iii!i2s from (! to contnet a local resident had ! Heaven." "jiiargv,'' and "I'm an to call 354-W am) ask Ben BoycslOlcl Cowhand."'and qualifies genii hr'd to uoorl rnmi»h to get so-jernlly for tne title "child prodioy " »nd-Fo to ihe 'phone. j Mistsr Hoffman follD\vs clos-ly -mcther, doesn't want too much attrition paid .to the child Hi-Test Regular Gas Free Premiums or POl'Ul-AU iiKAiNl) CIGARK1TKS FOH lOc 1'KK I'KCJ. WITH KVKRY 5GY I'llH- CHAS1C OU MORB SAFBTY Kerosene Oil, DRAIN Kj\].K ' THIS WKHK ASK US! Always Less" On U. S. lil Sleek'. Mo. Mow, hov.-ever. '['lephnnes iia\o :ind i no re i »I:IMJI- iionman IOIIDWS clossly three aiiditional j in the footsteps of his 11-ycar-oH >ren Inslallsd i a other Arthur, whs did ths sami; THE LEAD IS Hentl Courier Nev.-s Want Ans * ACETVMINK" W E L G 9 N G AT PEST PRICES I'KOMPT SERVICE arksdale Mf R. Go, The muss, lint the uvi-tlnnry o-i bill the kind uilh til.- lids nnci ' fancy-fijurfd sid,'5. wcrj to b:- in a jil.iy, "Ths Wind and iii: ; ' Hain." ' N. ^nd ST. CIIICUS (iKOUNDS Tii'kels On Rale Circus Day at H: Co. Nn Atlililintial 200 ACTS v AC RES of TENTS ZSOArenicSTflTS, 60 DANCINU ' HORSES MILITARY ELEPHANTS 60 AERIALISTS 60 RIDERS TROUPES OF ACROBATS CLOWNS-ZOO MUSEUM HIPPODROME H ERE'S (he kin'd of picture you can make this summer—if you hitch your wagon to this star performer nnd travel the Buick way! Ths load is yours whenever you want it with Buick's great valve-in-head straight- eight engine to pour out torrential power at your call. Ease rides witli you in the driver's sent— full-out or coasting, handling this phenomenal car takes about the same eltort ns handling your favorite rocking-chair! Under your foot are the smoothest, surest brakes that ever brought you to a smooth, straight stop-all around you is the room you want and the comfort you've pictured in the car of your dreams—here's a ride as level as an honest man's glance— a car to be as proud of as your baby! Why should yon follow the loader, when your Buick can show fleet heels to tha whole roadful of cars? Why should you be satisfied with sixes-when this great straight-eight, bellwether car of the year costs only a soon-forgotten fraction more than the avorage kind? , It's an ace for power nnd an ace for steady buoyant travel-it's a winner for smart new style, and a sure trick taker for frugal ways and wear-defying toughness. Play jour trumps and the game is yours-so gi re us the word, and you'll be driving this sensational beauty before the weather (urns really warm. •"YOUR MONEY GOES FARTHER IN A GWESAi MOTORS CAR ..—' PHONF, moo

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