The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1937 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 13, 1937
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TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 1937 BMflBEVn.LE (ARK.)' COURIEU NEWS PlEffl EilLTK INufE Federal Judge Passes Sentences in Busy Three- Hour Session CAPE GIRARDBAU, Mo.—Sentences ranged from one day In jail to live years In prison ns Judge Charles B. Davis heard pleas of gu|]ty by 18 defendants In less than three hours in Federal Court Monday. Fourteen were sentenced when they admitted possession of moon- s|nne stills or of unlaxMl liquor and three were sentenced on other charges. John J. Bain, 25, formerly of Kansas City, was ordered to serve three years at the U. S. neforma tory at El Reno, Okla., on two charges, one that he transported a stolen automobile from Mobile. Ala., to Cardwell, Mo, and the second that he received and concealed the auto. fichuylcr Hayden, 42, was given a year and,a day in prison on a charge he impersonated a federal officer at RlkcsUm early this year There were .three counts, but the terms'are to run concurrently. The district attorney said Hay- I den represented himself to five in- I idlvlduals at Slkcston as a ted- I p.ral forestry official, arid alleged- ft'iy promised forestry jobs upoi aynicnt of $2 per applicant. Mr 31antdn said three jwrsons madi He payment. Among the liquor case defendant •entenced w?re: Fielding Moody, 45, 'near Brag adocio, Pemlscot county, •rionths in Leavenworth and $10C Uric. Bennie Spencer, 26, 1 mile vvesl of Holland, nunklln count 1 years at El Reno and $100 lin Edward Pierce, 42, 4 mile vest of Cardwell, Dunklin count .8 months and $100 fine on eac >f two counts, and ordered to serv three years. He allegedly was ar rested on still possession charge on two dates in 1936. Limmie Barber, 36, and nusse Jefiersi 45, cliarged Jointly wit having a still near .Pascola," Pern scot county, were Riven 18 month each In Leavenworth and fined $10 each. Vfm. Miller, 27. near Homers He, Dunklin county, 2 years I an nnnamed'.prison and lined $10 He was paroled. Clyde Rhodes, 34, and J. Walls, 30. charged jointly with ha 1ng a still east of Horncrsvill Dunklin county, were ordered Leavenworth for a year and a da each'and each was fined $100. Claude Stallons.30. Smiles soull east of Porlageville, Pemiscat county, 18 months at 1 Leavenworth and J100 fine. «?•*, fcte\/P*i*r Gheerful Living Room TKis living room was designed to meet the needs of a' small family. A graceful arched doorway leading from the tiall increases the feeling;' o( Kpadousnc-ss In the room and assures adequate light for the hall. The Trails are finished in rough plaster, and the fireplace ia largo' enough to accommodate good-sized logs. Conferences with an architect may result in the home of your choice, and It may bo financed raider the Insured Mortgage System of the Federal Housing 'Admin. Utratlon. Monthly rent-like payments include amortization of tht principal, taxes, interest, lervice charge, mortgage-Insurance pri». Blum, and fire insurance. • Work on Colonial Cottage at Tenth and Main Will Start Next Week A Future President? Mother thinks he's going to be. Dad sees possibilities. Aunt and Uncle entertain fond hopes. Fact is, at 14, Junior's a great lad. But remember, mother, father, aunt, and uncle, that the tiny tubercle bacillus often infects these teenagers—and this infection may mean little, but it may mean inuclu Better find out about Junior liy ar- rangingforhis health check-up to day. UNCOVER TUBERCULOSIS BY MODERN MFTHODS ie/ the doctor be yourxuiJc ^* • '•Australia 1 ' Organizing Own Diplomatic Corps -CANBERRA (UP)—Tlie appointment .pf Keith Officer as Australian, representative In the British Embassy ."at Washington is Australia's .'first step toward building up a-diplomatic service of its own, official • authorities have made known. -':'--'' • Fo'r:the present, no attempt will establish separate embassies and legations as have Can- Sda,-- the 1 Irish Free State and South 'Africa,-.all. members of the British .Commonwealth, but a definite, program of training men for the ; diplomatic service has been adopted.- A .group of young university men has been appointed by tlie Australian External Affairs Department for special training in the diplomatic service and these will; serve as a nucleus for Australia's, future diplomatic corps, the question of establishing legations and embassies separate from Trade Fair Indicates General Business Gain LEIPZIG (UP)—Widespread im provement in general trade condi Ions was indicated by the Leipzi Trade Fair, just concluded. Th 'air was attended by 278,000 bus! ness men from 74 countries. 1L in eluded 8,897 exhibits, an increas of 10 per cent over last year. Th number of foreign exhibitors wa double the 1936 figure, the par tlcipatlon of the United State also showing an increase of 10 per cent. that of the next step, British will be the IN THE BOUNTY AND PROBATE FOR THE CHICKA- COTJRT SAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of J. if. Anderson. Deceased NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY, FOR ORDER OF SALE otice Is-hereby given that the ersigned, as .administrator o the estate of J. M. Anderson, deceased, 1 .will apply to the Mississip. pi County Probate Court on tin. 13th day of April, 1937 for authority to sell the following lots nnd premises belonging (o said estate tp-wit: The North 45 Feet of Lots Eleven and Twelve, Block Nineteen (19), Blythe Addition" to Blytheyllle, Ark., also Lot Nine (9), Block Eight (8), Chickasawba Addition to the City of Blytheville. Said sale Is made for the pur pose of paying the debts of said estate. This March 23, 1937. W.' M. WILLIAMS, Administrator. : . 23-30-6-13-20 Spinach Virtues Myth, Says Ohio Physicia AKRON, O. (UP) - - Physlclai lere say the virtues of spinac are greatly exaggerated. "This spinach myth is a lot hooey,"' says Dr. T. R. Alliso spokesman for the Sinn mil Com .y Medical. Association. "It's no better than any oth vegetable for iron-giving qualitie Almost any green vegetable, Hi many other foods, will give y the same results.'.' Garlic scents the breath for hours. •ewers' Yeast Keeps Rats Fat and Sleek MILWAUKEE. (UP) — Several undrcd rats kept in a brewery' Moratory here, suffer from han^- r ers when yeast is eliminated oin their dicls, company officials vealed. The rats are used to test the tamin content of brewers' yeast. Inch is' one of the sources of tamlns B and Q. Tlie brewery Us its used yeast to phurmaceu- cal houses which Incorporate it i medical preparations. When deprived of either vitamin or G the rats lose their apj>e- tcs. and wither away until they ie unless they arc fed yeast, laced on a brewers' yeast diet the ats are weighed dally and the •eight gain in 28 days is used in a lathematlc'al formula to deter- nine the vitamin content of the east batcli. lore Tourists Likely To See Mammoth Cave The building of houses nnd repairing of others Is going forward In a program which is creating much Interest. It Is believes that a number of oilier houses will be under construction within the com- Inj two months and many property owners are planning lo make Improvements to their residences which will greatly enhance their appearance and comfort. Work will begin next Monday on Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. ir. 11. llonchins. which Is to be erected on their lot at the comer of Tenth and West Main streets. It Is to be a clapboard cottage-'of colonial design and will have a living room; dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and two ballis on one lloor. The house, which will be painted while, will have furnace heat anil other modern conveniences. Details of the plan are being worked oiil tliis week and will be announced later. The Houchlns sold their five- room cottage, on the rear of the lot, lo Mr. and Mrs. William R Armstrong, who will' move it to Ihe norlMwest corner of Ninth and Hojly streets. They have purchased three 52-fcot lots, each 150 feel deep, from the Rop estate, and will use the corner lot for their home. The house will be put n a brick foundation, the fireplace rebuilt, the screened porch torn away and a new colonial entrance made. A garage will be added at the rear and the entire house will be redecorated.. What can be achieved with paint and paper Ls demonstrated In the house purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Main street, which will adjoin the terrlce which oixuis Into n sun •09111, or back living room. There will be n second door which leads :o Ihe side yard and the ixtrch Ls being built so as to-face Mftln street. The fioll hotel Ls having some redecorating done and several windows arc being added In bedrooms. Plans are being made to remodel the lobby later, Proper Installation Prevents Corrosion According to Real F.stnte nnd Building Management, corrosion destroys steel, east Iron, wrought Iron, and alloys lo tlie nmount of $100,000,000 annually In the United States. Annual replacement exceeds $27,000,000. ' Moisture, gnscs. nnd chemicals hasten corrosion and electrolysis Is n ,large factor. Burled pipes show largest deterioration, cs|«clully where covered by soil. Protective methods are , valuable and should be used as extensively u.s [wsslble. In constructing homes this Important, matter should be borne In mind and necessary measures taken lo give adequate protection to the piping and other metals used. The Federal Housing Administration Insures mortgages for home financing. Adds lo Appearance of Home and of ihe Entire; Neighborhood ' Tlie location of a house on Iho lot Is often blindly determined by n building line which has been established either by restriction or custom, wllsrn such a Una Ls es- InbllsliPd by regulation, the house can not, of cour.w, project lii'frohl of It. but there Is no reason why It.must toe the Hue. '•'..• Well-lighted halls are ossentlul n the modern home, if there Is 10 direct light In tills part of the louse, n gbs.'i panel may l« substi- litfd for wood In tl)e front door, Tills type of Improvement should >D kept In inlnd wlien buying, ft 'ionic. The .Federal Housing Ad- DlnLstriitlon Insures mortgages for ihe purc'luiso of homes up to 80 XT cent of the appraised value of .lie property. Builder of Home Should Consider Women's Taste MAMMOTH CAVE, Ky. (UP) — Revival of large tour parties to lamnioth Cave inrticales that. 1937 nay be a record year following a lump during the depression, ac- ordiiig to officials. Inquiries have been received by our parties ranging from 25 to 250 persons, It was said. , Plans for a complele landscap- ng program around Mammoth Cave Hotel are being made under, supervision of U. S. National Park Service landscape architects. W. J. Pat ton. Wunderlich, from E. C. The house, at the corner Missouri Skeptical Of Painless Dentists JEFFERSON CITY. Mo. (UP)— There may be painless dentists in Missouri but they are prohibited from advertising by an act approved by the legislature and signed by Oov. Lloyd C. Stark. The statute also forbids dentists to advertise their prices and limits the size of letters on office nameplates to seven inches. The bill was sponsored by Dr. ,1. G. Christy, speaker of the house and a practicing dentist. MANSFIELD, O. (UP) — Local leaders in the American Legion arc planning to purchase an automobile to be used in leaching high school students to drive. They intend to buy a second-hand car and equip it with twin controls. of Ninth and Hearn streets, has been redecorated on the interior with a most attractive result. Qay wall paper, carrying out the colonial design, was used in re- papeiing the house and the woodwork was made ti flat white shade. The light fixtures of the house were painted silver to conform to the ne\v color scheme, and in the combined living and dining room, where there is a long window seat, a soft gray and silver paper was used. Flowered papr Is In the two bedrooms, a gay'nautical effect was carried out in the bathroom' and the kitchen has an-unusual design of plates, "candle'sticks arid cun- board-shelves with blue predominating. Tie :back curtains are use< throughout, the house. The Chester Nabers, -who live a 1 1026 West. Walnut street, have added a roonri and porch to their hou'si In order to have a family silting room, in addition to their formal living room. This was done by coii-' verting the former dining room into the sitting room and adding space to the breakfast room, which will be used ns a dining room. The back porch was also enlarged and screened and the entire 'house is being redecorated. . . . • Mrs. A. M. Butt Is adding a sun porch to her house, nt 911 West Women are accredited with su- >erior buying sense to men. They nlso control the spending of about i5 per cent of the family Income, 'n. purchasing a home, construction methods, usually interesting to men, do not ordinarily appeal to ivonien, who much prefer to witness results and the finished product. If a woman can actually see n labor-saving kitchen, a convenient laundry, adequate heating facilities, a .splosh-proof 1 bathroom, ft play room or workshop for. her chil drcn. attractive • well-decorated comfortable living rooms, her terest Is thoroughly aroused. The.advantages.of buying a home through a long-term Insured mort gage retired by payments, made from' income appeal strongly to a woman's economic sense. Builders are wise to consider the housekcep cr's reaction in planning and constructing homes for .sale. Leaky Rooof Spoils rf Plaster and Pain The roof, being the most cxpase; part r of n building, should receiv't close scrutiny. Leaks .menace pjas ter and paint in .rooms''and hall below. Water-soaked';'- ceilings be come" dangerous toi.ppclipanls fine niay.cause. serious 'damage to th property/. Assurance" 1 ,of'a water ligllt Yoof Js -necessary to tlie owne of a-hew or mbtternisted home. . The - Federal Housing 'Adminis tration insures mortgages for hqn financing. . -' j . ; .'. ,'• '. •' BUILDING : GAINS ' .The year .1936 '.provided 1 a con strnctlon total In the'37'caster states of ,$2.615.29'6;o<)d;-'a gain, c 45 per cent over the 'preceding yia 1 according to -F. w. Dodge figure. Residential building showed n gal of 67 per cent. . ' ' ' ~ ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE WELDING AT BEST PRICES PROMPT SERVICE ' Barksdale Mfg. Co, PHONE 1» COTTON SEED D. & P. L. No. 11 Per Ton 1 P.O.B. Number Nine 2nd year From Experiment Station MArntnoth Brown Soy Beans Prices Reasonable C. C. LANGSTON TO BUILD We are no\y in a position to accept applications' for FHA loans on new construction in desirable locations. If you plan to huild get your money through us. We can also make regular monthly reduction loans on dwellings already constructed. COMMONWEALTH FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. , First National Insurance Agency INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS PHONE 12 Clarence H. Wilson Harvey Morris PAINT NOW—PAY LATER These home-wreckers—the Weather Villains— ire constantly working to destroy your house. Paint prevents them from doing costly damage! ' SAFEGUARD YOUR PROPERTY >' with • •• '<:? PAINT NOW I ^ PAY MONTHLY-OUT OF INCOME Many of our suburbs, •*pir , Inrly (lie developments that liovp been laid out and bulll'b'y'oRe o' ?im!Millon, cnrty mil Ihls rcgmic tntlon of licuse.s so UmL-tho'filrcols present the. a)>)>ciiriuico' of o. company of fxjldlers with' slightly different uniforms. How milch better It woiiiil be lo brenk. »); .tlwse serried mute; nml glve'jeach house lt,s Individuality' of '.(Setting :tliri( will ulucc It on I fie rl'jlit spot 0|1 ||s lot; regardless 'of whether v or 1'iot s front line Is 11 fcfr.fect-lfi fronl or behind lis ncliihUqrsl. NQ! ily would 'this be better (or'eneh ouxc from n lotriuci. angle :jnit Uy the. hpiisas. tha.Jlgul, and cnlllnlion of all ! wo'illd, •' be 'trii-' roved: .' • • ' . r !'. J ' V ;.' ' In .the dnys of -the • frcjnt /porch, lien tlie street. skies dr. our hoiiists ore 'dressed up Ilk'o >;hbw' wlmkrws or. (he benefit of; Ilia passerby, tills nlnj; up of fronts, ^peri'apa jmd erne' merit.' '.but Ihls exc'iine -'has finished novv thai the, publlctclcn- Itcly .prefers, privacy, arid,, lips moved the porcli' frbni -[tie -frwt o;the back jn pnler to t«Xendva)i» age of the backward as ,n llvln? rcn. ' ' ' . ' '••' • ' : •' • Ifousqs'-biiHL \\'llh, 'a; view to' Pb- alnliig rvnlcral iioiisjng ' Admlnls- rntlon Iivi»red"mortgnge5 should cnrefully - ptacfxj on' the .iot'so Two Bathrooms Not Twice as Expensive In buHdlng'u iii>w hoine.the prospective owner Is reminded that, contrary lo common opinion, two bathrooms do not cost Iwlcc ns much as, one. A ccrlnln amount of nccsssnry '. piping Ls ' rciiulred wliellicr there Is one buthrobm or two. in most ciises this, piping Is (tilcqmilc to .Rcrve two or more batlu'poms. . i Tlilv fact njay fie borne' 1 In mind .vhcn building a home financed under the Tnnjired Mortgage System, Mortgages arc Insured for up (a 80 per cent of the appraised vahiu of the property. New Fashions for Modern Kitchens Modern kitchens are and should be totally unlfte old kitchens. They should possess n new nud higher type of clcnnllnoss, compactness, airiness, .sanitation, benuty, and convenience. The modern kitchen reflocLs more progress than any room In the house, * Most of the equipment used therein has passed through a great change In slue, appearance, utility, • finish, convenience, and cost of 'operation. EIFlclent and adequate equipment Ls checked during. Investigation by Federal Mousing Administration examiners of homes to be'dnancci! with Insured -mortgages. ADJIJSTAHI.K SHEdVKS When. planning bookshelves In n new home, It may he well to have them adjustable,' so they, will conveniently hold books of any height. . s.lo niako the. inost-of-.the, space in order' 16 receive 'a lilgh rVay Door Swings Influences Room The way a door swings 'on I!, tinges .often makes a good .'deal o dltfcrence In tho usability of tho space around It. in planning rpbias vhcthcr, the-dopr should^sw he right- or left-hand .jainb je.carefuiry considered " WASTE TIME WISHING? Yritir lionip cnn he mndorniml tills ycnr REMODEL NOW If you wniil lo make your home modern; add .an extra room 01 ttuike oilier impi'ove- nionts - wo tap help you finance the \\oik. We will nlao help you. i)l«n. : tho changes •and csLimrite the,cost. PHONE 10 • Arkmo Lumber Co. FREE DEMONSTRATION! Philco AutomalhrTuning COME IN...TRY IT YOURSELF \ .,.SEE HOW IT WORKS! E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. 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