The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1932 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 20, 1932
Page 3
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.WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1932 JBLYTHEV1U,R (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Scrum, Squirrels! Sergeant j 98, I fas Taken Out Hunting License By XEA Sen-Ire COOLEKMEE, K. C.— He Is almost 08 ycaij,- old but still loves lo follow the Ito'.inds on the thru; n ' ld "n brliiR a squirrel from tho . ••••« *•«" "*">h *' AV|lluil'l mil endorses Proposal tW'OM br.uicl;»s of Hie onks and T r n hickories which grow along the i 0 Increase Kcveiiues banks of the historic Yadkln river "nv 41 flfl ftflfl AflH ~ ll!c sa " :e 8 rmm tl over which ».: 4> HJU,VJUVJ,WU. , Daniel Hoone once limited. S'eigcant Edward Stewart re- WASKIKGTOS. Jan. 20 (UP)-- CC nlly purchased a hunting licenS'. Fcsnnaster Qfnerr.l Brown today "hej-p .so tiioi Iw could take his irctmmemled to (hi? house ways misty sun into the fields and nr.d msans comrnii'.ee that firit weo;ls over whlcli ha has roamed class f.r-M,l vr.tss t^ incre.-.svd !iom ; lov nlmoiL nil his life nud shoot tv.-o to three eonls. | nuail, rabbits uml birds lo iiis Hrcwn rst'irut'-'d tlsjt such fin In-, heart's content without fear of vi- crcasc- would bring in an additional' dating tho North Carolina hunting flCC'.COC.CCO in postal ic-vc-m.r. Tills nnd fishing laws. When Sergeant \voiiid relieve the hard pressed, Stewart was a member of Co. E tieaiury of making up that much I 42nd North Carolina regiment In ot lh: pest -odice <tG|>nrtinenl's us- [ Iluki-s Division during thc Civil ual deficit. Congress had to ap- • war he learned to shoot and U still preface SI95.COO.COO for this fiscal I at it. year to meet the postal deficit. I At the battle of Bermuda Hun- H-itneis in tho! .. committee's tax hearing after Dr. Thomas A. Adams of Yale uni- \ersily hail icsiifie:) that the Canadian .system of a flat sales (ax o*, all manufactured goods was ILtt-ohitely procurable for this eoun- n^i and would raise large amounts ol n.venuc. Aunt on Credit i'rojccl Houe and senate conferees today four.d a hasis of agreement on the administration's $2,000.000.000 c-mer^ency credit project and sail! privately that the measure would go to tho senate tomorrow for final action. The conferees will meet at 3 P. M. and may require a night stysion to complete their work. Wull Appeals for Beer Matthew Woll, vice-president of the American Federation of Labor and president of labors national committee for modification of th" Volstead law. today urseil legalization of bter before the scnat- committee hearing on pendiii" bfcr legislation, . ° A bitter attack on President Hoover's naval economy policy was iradc in th 0 house naval a |r a i rs ccmmittee today with BL-presenia- livc Britten of Illinois lendin^ the questioning. ilreds in Virginia on .\tay 2C, 18C-I, he suftercd a cracked leu which troub.'rri him some, but he Is stm living at the place of his birth nr.d, since his wife died 15 years aso. has done all his own housework. He says he has never "fool/xt with liquor" and is an ardent prohibitionist. Fruits and Vegetables. NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 30 IUP) — Plans have been completed Jor a nation-wide marketing and distributing co-operative which will han- " about $125,000,000 ot Jresh Us and vegetables yearly, John M. Shary, Mission, Tex H announced it thi! organisation meeting of the •o-opciiulvn here last night, Shary, president of the Texas .Serjeant Edward Stewart . uicfi of Company E 4?nd North Carolina. 200,000 Volts! Island Legislature Hears ^ Kentucky Legislatuvej \Conderinied. HONOLULU, T. H., Jan. 20 (UP) ;--Tc.rritorlnl leiislators, in special session to clean up Hawaii and make Honolulu safe for women, sidetracked their progritni temporarily today to attack the Kentucky legislature for urginc relp.-i.--e of Americans held for the murder of an Hawaiian charged with criminal assault upon a naval officer's wife. " ; Meanwhile Montgomery Winn,, attorney for the foui- Americans,! announced he would seek their' freedom through hateas corpus proceedings unless the grand jury returned indictments by Thursday. A new grand jury met Monday but did not consider the case. The Americans held are Mrs. Grace Fortescue. her son-in-lau-, Lt. Thomas Mnssie. and two enlisted men. The Hawaiian killed. Jre Kaliali- a*ai, v.-as one of five men nt libsrty on bail charged with attack- in K Mrs. Massie. flic house and senate- were scheduled to vote today on a resolution by Rep. Harry T. Mills condemning the Kentucky legislature lor memorializing President Hoover to effect the release of the Americans. Senator James Garrett led the omp of the dumbest people in iTOrld conic from the south." "ic said. "We ought to fay a prayer for them. We ought to pray that they be enlightened. Erann ol th(> most people in the Uniied States live there." Your h.iir. would stand on end. tno tfi you liad to sil in an electric cnalir-wim-209.000 volts of 'electricity turned on. But that's the lot, of every freshman taking the electrical course at Oregon institute of Technology at Portland. Here you see Verr.on Rosebraugh as ihe juice was turned on. Tcera is practically no amperage, which accounts for the'harmless eH?e! til Uie charge. Luxora Socictv Personn! YARBRO School News The Yarbro 4-H club met Thursday afterncon when these captains were elected: cotton, Pay Etchlson; corn. J. W. Wldner; pig, Charles Wilson; calf, Virginia Oaines; poultry, Celia Re,ams; gardening a^d canning, Ethel Gee; song, Tracy Sanders. Three committees were appointed as follows: Rules: Pay Etchison, Wanna Mullliu, Clyde Gaines, Ruby Parrlsh and Hlldred Bunch; Social: Ethel Gee, Huth Widner, Celia Reams, Addle Parrish and Robert Thompson; Program: Ireiv Sadler, J. W. Widner, Vera Lee Pickett, Pamella Noblln ard Ulman Noblin. A talk by Thomas R'. Ivy concluded the meeting. The Yarbro basketball girls defeated the Luxora girls In a game Tuesday- with a score ol 30 to 4. The Yarbro boys were defeated by the Luxora. boys the same day 10 to e. Thursday the Yarbro boys won over the Blythcvill e boys 27 to 11. Oenton News Mr. nnrt Mrs. J. w. swnfield tcent Sunday 1V j (h xt r. and Mrs. J. H. Longacrc. Bernice Peal and Oltis Denton snent Saturday night with Edna Wright. Sirs, rota James spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Mae James Cora. Nora and Carrie Turnbo spent Sunday witli Irene Turnbo. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stuart are the parents of a 10-i>ound baby Firl. born January 10. 1932. The child has been named Vivian Gene. Both mother anrl baby arc going Well. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clinton Abbott of A-morel. Ark., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shipper. Mr. and Mrs. OtH Bond spent Sunday night with Mr n:i;i Mrs. Hc-nnan Stuart. Miss Lmiis? Turner was the guest of Mrs. Husscll Ryles In o™ cwit! h.,t W eek. T .u. Wilklns. supei-intoitlent of the. local school, was called to Ar- kadelplna last Thursday by the iisatn of a relative. ML-s. John W. Seaton of Osceola wa* tlic guest of her parents, Mr ar.,-1 Mrs. Tom Hallew, Friday John Harris Hales of Philadel- v,"1' ^-•'•'•'^ thc K"Kt of Miss Maibelle Cooke a few days last Vfeek, . Mesdames D .o. Wilkins, R T .Ballcu-. R. c. Langston, Charle.s rurnci- and M. E. Wherry attended the P. T. A. council meeting at Armorcl Friday. Mrs. C. W. Mlfflin and Jacvfc Brown of Memphis spent Sunday with relatives liei-e. Herman L .Spicer. ^fr. and Mrs (-. B. Wood and Mrs. Will Wood spent Sunday in Memphis with •Mr. WOCK!, who is under a physician's cure in a hospital there. . • • _ S B.M To The Yarbro Civic club met Friday. Rejxu-ts from the home room, | general whool and arrangement 1 committees were heard and ap- jpolntments made to get lumber i to make a table for the flowers. These oflicers have bren elected for the Citizenship club: Murrom Potter, president; R. C. Marcuni vice president; Marvin Emma Lloyd, secretary; Thelma Cook, treasurer. The motto selected was "Better Citizenship Still". It is plamied to have a school paper published each month and these officers were elected for the stafl: Editor in chief, Dollie Blake; ! reporter. Anita Joyce Bryeans; joke editor, Claude M. Gee. Stop That Cough Quick! Men, uoinen and children everywhere are amazed at (he quick results from the first swallow of Thoxine—a doctor's lamous prescription. Acts like-magic, on a neiv principle. Stops thc cough at onc^ nnd. goes direct to th e internal cause preventing Inrther (rouble. Taken .before retiring Thoxine aLs^lulely prevents night coiishi.i!!. V, gives th e same speedy relief !o.- sore throat, too. Fafc for ihe thole Jninily—guaranteed no clopo. Money liack if not, satisflcd. 3x. Kirl.v Drug Co., Kirby-Bell Drug Co., and ail other good drug stores. —Adv 6 Cro^ine Accident Toll lliell nt-.Tn.OIT. Mich.. tUP> — More '. " ? s , m cpnt cf (ll o child tr.t- '!?,_„ ""•'•""" In D-'tro:t dttrinj 193! rf" r 'f» as t!lc r *suit ot crossing the the Snfc-ty ar.ij T ra (r jc coniinillce oj. tn; Automobile Club cf Michi- j^.:i. Til; m> x . !,|,, host C£l ,, cc v . n$ r = i,, the flrocls , lh , alul! , ;s R«»d rnrr STOCK WOTOK OIL S. A. E. 20 S, A. E. M S. A. E. .10 Phone 711 • . Jand we will call lor and deliver your cav. HAVOLINE Wax Free Motor Oil The ace of all crankcase lubricants is now obtainable at BIytheyille's most convenient filling station MAIN Service Station Bill Wunderllch, Mgr. Citrus Fruit. Orouers Exchange, ulso will bo prosklcm ol ilie new toi-opentlvr- lo be known us As- "wclaled Slilppcrs of Amrrlcu. 11 Is-the first of Its kind to bo formed in 1)10 country mid will l.-eyln |OHernilons Immediately. ]_ Fratiir.'S ol Hie fo-opfrjllvc will Organization Will Handlebar oi-gnnuatlaius. 'masf action'mi k"!* 1 " 1 '" 5 matins, and collective action U11 , a || roai , rft(M all(1 ra(c mm GIT PRODUCE GO-OP ! transferred to I tin nnnk ot Ken'"HI, I The Bonk of Horners'vllle, owned [nlinoit exclusively by A. J 1 m$- '.doii-'Sr.. i»d A. j. langdnii, a, 1 rather mid ion, nnd members of Ihch- fumlllefl, and Is the oldest in the south end ol Dunklln of Uie or Hcrnm . MrdlciM Aid Jobless --. Mich., iUl')'-About 40 implications are being received dally by (be free medical aid bureau nvently formed by the Wayne County Medical Society lor the ii,fdy. Those havlns a family physlclim urp directed lo him for medical M,TV|CC.S without .tecs. . Hwjicrsville Institution Hu,. vmuv Ol Uie „„. Cash On Hand to Meet;)'"" Wllv " °"? " i All ni r .• (lc low "' tlic Mci'clionis nnd All UbllgatlODS. jl'liwlcrs nnnk, u slock concern iitnlfr (ho presidency or II. i^nik I HORNEI18VIU.K, Mo,, Jan, JO- Chilli. will, P. c. Piita as vlee The Bunk of HomcrfivJIlc his «n. president nnd 11. l>. p»~ s nouiicfd (hat It will suspend aril- jftshler. ,'vlllos Mm close its doors Salur-, day, Jan. 23. . | It «KS announced that c»sh Is on hand to pay In full nil find tlnU nil (li'j-oslt.s rwunlnltiK In' the bank iifler Sntuiduy will be I ITALIAN MUOION While Roman CilnoUclsm to In* «t»t« religion of lUly, othtr rellatoiis fsltlB are permltwd..' Nln«ly-«v« per cent of lh« populj 1 -- •< tlon Is Catholic, There are m.~ 204 Protestants and 34,214 Jens '. Ske'saJlworaovt^aii I'oor giil ... ihe h»i the ««mc olj hcaiijchcs,,. bacltachci,,. ir.J Vegeuhle Ciimpiiunj in Vablti (orra! Beginning tomorrow morning we place on sale 100 Hart Schaffner & Marx SUITS and OVERCOATS $25 suits and overcoats now $30 suits and overcoats now $^5 suits and overcoats now $40 suits and bv<ercoat$ $45 suits and ov0rcoats $50 suits and overcoats now $12.50 15.00 17.50 20.00 22.50 25.00 not that many, for lots of men will ge t both suit and overcoat f?fthe pHce o " onl 44 Boy's Suits HALF PRICE The original prices were from .$6.50 to $15. The suits now are $3.25 to to $7.50. Only 44 suits at this price. 75 pairs men's WOOL TROUSERS were $5 to $7.50 $2.50 36 $5 and $6 MEN'S HATS $2.50 NEW MEAD CLOTHING COMPANY

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