The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1931 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 20, 1931
Page 6
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.'AGU SIX FOR UNION School At Wilson or Oice.. ola May Serve Entire ' South End of County. •OSCEOLA, Aik. — H. A. Little. stale supervisor of elementary schools, ' spent Friday In south Mississippi county with Miss Willie I.nwson, county sur>?rlii!entlenl of chpols, making a survey of Ihc school districts of Osccola, Wilson, Shawnce. IJurdetlo, Kclser, Luxorn, and Whllton, preparatory to mak- _JIOXDAY, No SU'iiltiin. Just Take-inn" Says Sam; S'KJ IMIIO for Petty Larceny Says Judge Clinics Planned to \\dfi Find Cases While Slill in Curable Si age. Miss Erie Chambers of Mill? Rock, executive secretary of llie Arkansas Tuberculosis nssm-talhii spent IVlday here In conf.'i?:io? with JuclKO O. \V. Dorham. ]>ros!- Ident of the Mississippi C'ruiniv Tu, bcrnilvvls as.soclnt!on. and Dr. A. ; M. \Vaslib:irn, county health i:ill- jci-r. Tho object of l!ic meelln; w:i« I the formulation of the program f<:r j til? tuk.<yiilD.s!.s association for ih? year. Tlie association, n:th (he nssist- 'L'll-J ,,,-, .ami ;n 1/jc, 1(j-year-o!d laundry- [ [>etlt larceny. ni'.il Klyihevillc's only Chinese, | In fact. Sam Lee apparently dld- eil n plea of "no stealum" to a 'n't draw (he line when he set out '•'•••i a Delator's wood- to fill his wood and coal bin. in police coutl this, morning. "Sam." asked Judge V/. D. Grav-j courL foiVd lo follow Intil.-.iU' distinction between I^J;.' V ^J Him" ar:rl -take-um." however.! coa! from my coal pile this winter i iin-tcd cu: a fine of $10 for l —1 liadn't thought, about you, but maybe you got It—did you?" "Ya, ya—but I didn't stmlrnn." replied Sam. ' The Chinaman was discovered In nn alley near his shop with a sack full of wood slim? over his shoulder Just after a resident nearby telephoned police that someone had entered her woodpile ami removed a sack load of wood, One of the officers said that Sam Lee was ukk- InK up several pieces which hart fallen out of the sack, when they I to raise the price of His nne if i»s- slble - . ' ii , i ^ , ° C '"to ordered him rclcafjd ! PARIS, (UP)—Ncrvo'.:s ami over- woikcd with ths confusion result-' Ing from too many French villages nf the same name, the French Postal Department has .started 11 movement to simplify French postal addresses. . | France is divided Into 8ii departments which in turn tire divided into thousands of communes and villages. In thesit 83 deparimenls the name Saint Mouirliv is the most popular, while Saint Homy -iviei 5i>-fliid with IB. other iwp- ular s-ilnls are Saint Michel and' Saint.' Colombo with 1C each, Saint ' (0 glvo up Ihc name of (heir pro- lectlng saint, the post office of- ndals arc suggesting Hint they add some sort of prefix or suffix to I O!M\->II|E!I ihem ry of the Wisconsin supreme court skied from his home in I.-|i-»woyl' to his office In the; sinj cap'tii Read Cornier News want ads. CHIEF JITSTIOK WEST SKUVG MADISON, WIs. (UP)—Wlion M:idlso:i's streets were taHnk'-'ied wiUi snow during a recent blizzard . Chief Justice Marvin U. Rosenbsr-l f 's CoSds Best treated without dosing—just rub on be mil at ft joint mcetinT ol directors of (ho rcf|>ecl!vc districts to V,? held here this afternoon. I.uxora Is Solvent "Mr. Little's survey followed mccline of directors of Ihc Inter-i cslccl districts here the olan of n consolidated high school was pronnsed as a solution : ' l ~ of the fhnnci-l difficulties which • "^l". 005 " vc ""ployed In nny cs- threntm ahollshmeiH of hlcli ' lncU >\ S1 'P llns . done n prn.liRlous I ire amount of work accomplished. The employment of ,1 IKJI-O ir.ivsr ; Binning of a lubrrcutosis pri^i am /in this county, which already' has . Iwo white nurses, she is n but . ... n-oll business establishments where ari nf Hid lnlr.r i """i- miiM-a. mil- is n ir_n;»c- ° Anrll 0 wheni 1 ' 0 " n ° l ollly lo neRro homcs ' 1 »" onXted "I! R'i» SL* h "« home „.*>. as we, Is nlso planning a week of tuberculosis clinics. This will jwove wliotpsaln cnse nudinB In a fvw yearn, and will lead to getting I he disease In Us early ntxl curable singes. It Is bclleVcd. MLssLssIpp) comity Is foitimalc -, .„ ,. „, „„, | ll: " '"""'S 1 ' «« clfoits of (he Ar- decistan of the county board of p nns;ls TubcrculosLs nR?nclal!ou ertiicsition as to location of such a' ° ls llmv a splendid, svcll-crni:p- school. ' , I K:I moJiTii sanntorlum. small bill While'it is not known what rec- "'? f xccll f»|. to which early rises ommeiidatlons will follow the sur- "' '"' ' vey an rqwrt made by Mr. Little, this summer, to contir»r> her school next term, and Is reporter! to r« not Interested In the proposed consolidation. Other districts In the proposed Rrouu, however, have expressed their desire for a consolidation anrt Indicated tl«lr willingness lo abide by niiv of tuberculosis among iiocrocs may t _ ^^ ^^ itfi ,, tvv ^ be'sent free, tlin only expense bolt Is believed that tl-e'consnlfdoled l! ' s rplur " railroad fare If the pn- sclicol will lie located at either Os-1 cnt ls '"'suHablc for trciilment. As ceola 'or Wilson, liccnusc of tlie! J ' ct ' Icv4 ' lle Bro cases are located In .central location and sup'rlor eouipment of places. t» plants at (hose Means IJI f Savin; clans shows. If the consolidation is effected It! ~" will be a temporary .arrangement j vrrHlons are ed high school facilities for students in the affected districts until adjustment of the present financial difficulties can re made. The districts would maintain Ihclr Identity as separate units and the .consolidation would not nffect the grade schools, which would continue to operate n the respective districts. Local educational leaders believe tbat the consolidated school can be maintained at a cast of $-1 p?r month per pupil as compared with a cost of 49.22 which it has cost the respective schools to operate this year as individual units. A total of 417 pupils are enrolled in tho} six schools this year. A number of j the students enrolled In the Wilson llie early stages, and It Is hoped such clinics as are planned here will develop permanent machinery for getlini: cases of both races while I life can be saved. held each vear y by U°5 Read ConrJor News want ads. . 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