The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1937 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT -""7 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS RearirovlionmeiU Foe Says He'll Sponsor Constitutional Amendment Lots of Snioke-vFinc) the Fire LITTLE ROCK, Api. 9—Repre-1 .senlal,ive Robert L. Kendrick of rranklfn county, outspoken op- )ionent of Arkonsas's legislative reapporlionment .completed 10 days ago. disclosed yesterday plans to Initiate a constitutional amendment to reduce, membership, of l!ic- house from 100 to 15 — one irprfcsentaiive ,for each county. i Kendrlck Indicated that he lias ' utout" abandoned his proposed suprcme court attack on the re-; apportionment., under which losses in representation \\ere suffer-' ed by West and North Arkansas cmintie.s, I "I believe it will be an easy, inatler to obtain adoption of a' constitutional amendment to give • each county one representative," he said. The ,renpporlionment was com- 1 pitted, on a population basts, by i the state Reapportlomne'nt Board , under provisions of u constitutional r amehdment adopted at the .l.i.si general election. Kendrick' objected that the po- j jwlatlon basis Is "unfair to the I smaller counties," and said it' 'would "permit the five or six bly "cities In Aransas to pass any kind of legislation they desired, regardless of the views of the representatives of the more sparsely settled" areas.' "Pulaskl comity under the reap- nertlonment lias seven representatives." lie said. "There are several comities which have three. If the Pulaskl county delegation Joined with the members from the other thickly populated counties, they could pass whatever luws they wanted. '"If the members of both the senate and hou.se are to be selected, on a population basis we might as well adopt the unlcamcr- nl system." Petitions to place his proposed amendment on the ballot at the next general election will be circulated in every county "within the next few months," Kendrlck said Approximately 12,000 signatures nre necessary. The reapportionmetit increascc the .representation of Eastern find Southeast Arkansas, and reduced that of Western and North Arkansas. Kendrick's home, count> loses one' representative under the revised- distribution ' of lawmakers. l,on firms Unofficial Reports of Tuesday's FJec- tion Results Three-Cent Gas Tax Bill Goes to Missouri Senate . JEFPKRSON CITY, Mn.-Gov. mark's proposal to Increase the state gasoline tax to 3 cents a gallon was j>a.ised by the House of Reprcsentiillves Thursday by a vote of 91 to 40. The measure, which provides for :ni increase of I cent oi-er Hie present tax, nou' goes to the Senate, It is expected to provide an addition^ For a fire to rubber at,, you should'have been In. Washington! p. C,, vheiv a .big junk yard flnmod ,upl • That'Jiugc ball of black Vsmbjce that eddies thickly upward dives'you an Idea of whnt It was' like. More than 100,000 discarded' automobile tire's feed < the . fl Junes," on which firemen futllely pour water above. ! $100 Fine Assessed for Drunken Driving Charlie Browning was [fined $100 In municipal.court this morning on u charge of ("riving wlille tnioxi- catcd. '• Bond'of S27.75 posted by .the J. E. Orear Trucking company on u <-hnr?e of overloading hai bt-n for felt«l. '• A.• L. Carr. has ; been docketed on a charge of oiwrillng a car will out a license: ' , A charge of oblainlnu money nn- .der. false .pretense -has been' filed against Han ey McCall fonnei ics cnue •denaitment officer The charge' nllpgedly -grew out 'of the sale of a b6at iuotor. Bonds posted by Dill Walker and H. F. Cash on charges of' public drunkenness have been forfeited. ' Read'.Courier New,< Want Ads The county election, _ board. In I Etesian Thursday, irifide the .official I cnnvnss of votes cost in, town and rmmlclpi'pl elections In Mis-;l«l|>pl county Tuesday and confirmed iin- ofliclal results anno'mccd earlier.' The official tolals in the Bl"the- vllis.election upheld the unofficial returns In every respect with the exception of .the vote of th? winning candidate for mayor, Marion Willli'ny '.'Piling MM i'l'.lpnd of fillO as reported in tin: unofficial r>- 'iirm. />" resijts of other contested offices were the sime us unnoiuK'cd earlier. In .nnepnlesUKl office's J. I,.' Guard received 371 •voles'Mr Aril'ward a!j"«rnio''i"a'id lutk Kinley Koblnson 94'2 for city trrusiirrr. • . ' . The election toard also conflnfled the election of LouK N'^dhini a~- nuiyor of Manila and -j. \v. Cox ",s mayor of Leachviib, alon^ with other winning candidates ' in the Uvo lov/ns. C'.'rtlllcfltc.s of election were issued lo ull winning candidates by the board, which-In composRd of V. O. Holland, niylhevlile, "chairman: 6. B. .Scjr'avcs. Osceola, Eccrelarv. and E. n, Smith, Osceola Newly elccled, Blytheville officials will be inducted into office Tucs- flay' night.; al 45,500,000 a year In'revenue" for road construction and maintenance •purposed. 'Jf'passed by 'the"Senate," the'. Increase will become effective Dec, 7, 1038. . ^ .•'.. '.'I'he .bill expsrlenced'!iill« of-'th? opppsltloh U previously faced in tlie house on perfection. At that time it received only It favorable veles. r The measure is considered lo be the leading administration bill backed, by the governor. • Only one man- In 20 reaches' a height-of six feet or More, nice Rolling Premature .„ HpNQLULU (UPJ-Angel . Gua- naon, Filipino war veteran, made the mistake of shooting craps before he .became an American cltl- j''lnstead ot waiting till after. '••.tf ...aiLuu w* nulling till .WICI- i • wards. "He confessed (o liaring cltlxenshtp'. FRTDAY, APRIL 9, m? fcfen iirrested several times for rolling the dice. "Men who she erups don'i make very good cill-.J ! /.ens." ruled Judge Watson In tie-' nying Oiiiiimon's application ' for Kl.KCTKIC: i ACETYMiNK WELDING AT BEST PRICES PROMPT 8KRVICB Barksdale Mfg. Co, PHONE 18 Wanted-SCRAP IRON , $8.00 per ton 'HIGHEST PRICES ALSO P UI) rOH METALS, HIDES, WOOL Goldstein Hide & Fur Co. I!l>thc\ille, ArK "Get Our 1'ritcs Before Selling" Oscepla Society — Personal Mrs; Claud Perrln arid daughter, Mrs. :\v. V.^ Alexander of .Blythe- vllle, ^vere in Memphis yesterday lo:.,visit another .daughlter, Misa Electri Buck, v;lio. was oiwrated on at the Methodist hospital Wednesday for app2udtcitii Mr. nnd Mrs. Cijarles Lowrance jr, Mr. and Mrs." Hale Jackson and.Mr. and .Mrs.:ifratik VVillinm^ will entertain abouU35 couples with a buffet supper a£ the l/iwrance home at, Druer Saturday night: This Is a weekly get-together meeting of the younger ^married set for slipper and an informal evening of various games afterward. :Mrs. C. E. Welch of Memphis is the guest of her daughter. Mrs Andrew Florida and Mr. Florida this week: :. Mrs.- Joe Ross Eowen h now con- iiected with the offices of the Florida Rear Estate and loan Co. Mrs. E. J. Weber; Heads :' Pemiscot County Union CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. — At the monthly meeting of the Pemiscot County League Union, held here with about 125 members present, officers for the ensuing year were elected. They are: Mrs. E. J. Weber, Dierinj, president; Doyne Michie, Carulhersvtllc, .vice-president; Mis? Lucille. Punderburk, Ccotcr, secretary; and Miss Mary Sue Massey Steele, treasurer. Read Courier News Want AUs FOR SALE SOY BEAN HAY PLANTING SEED STONEV1LLE 5A STONEVILLE 4 A 1st year from Stoneville" Station 8 DOZ. PURE BRED WHITE ROCK PULLETS Fresh Heifers with Small Calves H. C. Knappenberger WATCH FOR JUMBO E ov them over Here,In bUck «nrf the»cniiec«r«iinilamn7.inglylowprlcc« v,lnle i> Ili^s proof that we offer )ou gel' CnocI Will" reconditioning— )im b>rgalni ihnt cmn I l>c innkhed ncnrcful procraa requiring 21 icparnlo anywhere else in tonn Itenirtnbcr Ilie operations Ami xeniembrr, loo, lhar |!0|iularUy'uf lliel9371 > on!l»cenaliii-> we can arrange lerms to Bliit jour n» lo'chooie only (he br*l of ihctreile- purte. Come in before some oilier iu« oflcred. Iteiuember,ln xlilllinn lo «mart bujer gels the liargaiu you want. SENSATIONAL REDUCTIONS ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK EASY TERMS TELL US WHAT YOU k CAN PAY-WELL ,' SUIT YOUR PURSt See This Super "Spceinl! Just : traded In 1 '; on, a new Pontlac by a ^satisflecl Pon- llac owner. Lck>ks v alid runs like new. A rfalVbargaln in this one. • , ' $550 IMG CHEVROLET COUPE One of the greatest used cav values we ' have ever ofTcreci. Tim cfir hns received the best of care froivi Its former owner, cnii 'hardl> f be told from new, equipped with all the extra.s. Don't miss this value. $525 mmmmm The Saveon Gasoline Company Tank Car Station . y. ••• .. '.i;' '.'!' •-' .;• , ••! V', •'. t.'"..:i .• '.• •'.•''•'•.'•-al. ''Holland?Mti' ' • .'' iv '•,'" is now open and selling ^- hiffli grade gasoliii?' : :foi*r;^- ;; .13 per .gallon, tax paid;,as ; |/V^ Che opening special ,'.to••K;^' convince:^ you that have"better'gas at'' price V ' v '.'^' ; ^'' Also Cigarettes at $1.15 peri cotton : Gas APROX. Hi-Test Regular Gas Tax WITH Free Premiums or I'OI'lll-AU UHAN1) CKJAKKTI'KS FOU Kit- I'EH ['KG. WITH EVERY aOc IHIR- CHASE OU .M0!{l<: SAFETY Kerosene LOTS 0!h DRAIN . :/.SAI<E TIMS WEEIC ASK US! gal. "Always Less" MARTIN OIL CO. On U. S. 61 1934 • C II E V K O I, E T MAS5TKU COACH — Fully equipped,-.-radio.. heater. 1937 llcejise. Looks and runs . like new. Specially rcduwd to only .;...;.. 1^33 FORD V-S TUDOR-Looktlils one over before you buy. A careful "Good Will" reconditioning assures you of many miles of ca free driving 1031 CHEVROLET COACH—A real buy In Mils one. . Only 193i CHEVROLET COACH- lias been completely Inspected and 'Good Will" reconditioned to insure you of- complete satisfaction and outstanding value at this special low price .... It is TIMllo! AIR-LIGHT STETSON HATS ' ; CHEMBRX CLOTH SOLID COLOR SHIRTS \ .GENUINE PALM BEACH NECKWEAR CROSBY SQUARE SHOES up for Spring We're talking about TRIPLE TEST WORSTED Tailored by HART SCHAFFNER & MARX GOODWILL USED CAH£ aae so\4 OvvUj ln| AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALERS JOYNER MOTOR SALES G Buick and Pontiac Sales & Service PHONK 1000 Plaids', checks'... callthem what you will, you can find the size you prefer here this spring. For you've never icen such a wide variety of checks and plaids ready for you of that marvelous Hart Schaffner & Mani fabric . . . Triple Test Worsted. • • .. , i... . - - i ' - ' Open Saturday Evening Until 10 P. M. MEAD CLOTHING Co. 315 WEST MAIN STREET Blytheville's Home of Hatt Schaffner & Marx Clothes Sfccle, i\Io. m

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