The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 19, 1932 · Page 3
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February 19, 1932

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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.,_Fjmi\V, If), HLYTIIIWIU.R. (ARK.) COURIER NfiWR I'A(!E TITOEE' . [. RHGKI, recently «l«t«d to the Board of Resents ot the Alabama Museum and as a member of the board U an ex-ofllclo member of the present expedition. Prior to tlic arrival ot th; parly he was Instrumental In securing permission of land owners where burial sites are located for Osceola Praised for Work in Preserving Contents of Indian Mounds. OSCEOLA. Ark, Feo. 19. "R. E. Fletcher is doing more than any man I know toward the preservation of southern colleclions for .southern museums." This Is the opinion of Dr. Walter Li. Jones, Alabama .state geologist and director of the. research work of the Alabama Museum cf N'aiurnl Hlitory, wno arrived in Osceola Wednesday to assume charge of 111? Joint Arkansas-Alabama exp'rtltiy or archaeologists and ncologisis whore excavating Mis.sis.sipp! county burial sites in a su.:K ci pre-h'.s lorlc civilizations of this section oi the country. Mr. Fletcher, Insurance anJ rra 1 estate loan ageni of Osceola. wa BY. WM. t. McKKNNEV I The Conserving the cnirles in your i South the denier opened tlic ihc archaeologists to innko cxeava- partner's hand" might well be the contracting with our no trump, lions, and has otherwise assisted title of today's bridge hand. It also and Hie expedition. (shows ho* to properly violate, the no lram|)t winch"ended ..... Mr. Fletcher was further honored 1 -| e of ••second hand low." Here it ( n,,g by the Alabama museum when they |s; | T j lf |,j H Is West's openliiK lend. Dla- knock out WMt's king by nlayluj the nine ot chits, Now wl'.cn w«t returns n rtlu- inoiid, the declarer will win and will win with the are nnd he will have no diiuuumls lo y?- lurn. lie will probably return R spmlv and Wn;l's only ie-en(ry~ tin 1 kliiK of spades—will be knork- North Jumped right to thrve 0 <l nut before a dinmond.suti Is os- lols. (Murier New Want Ads Pny. .set apart a collection of mouiid- bUlccr or early Indian artifacts, jurc'scmaiive of the prc-hlstorlu culture of eastern Arkansas, and it "The R. E. Fletcher Collection." Mr. Fletcher has pursued the col- ection of Moundbullder aitifact.s as hobby for several years, has built up a '.vide acquaintance among am- < iiteur pot diggers of this and u:l-' joining counties, ami has located I practically every burial site of any i significance in ihls section of the | state. His influence has done much lo discourage among pot diggers the sale of artifacts to commercial | dealers and lo steer the relics, in- itcad, into southern museum;. Ofil- :-6-Ol.-0* The i-B •CH-GA z-z •s-oi* HJ.OOS »[»*a 5 I U H H1MON •8-6-O* e-s-fA 8'6-MV 9-L-B'fle 9-0 1- V* S-fr-9-VA f-0* rnonds arc lite MronK suit. proper lc:«l Is Hie foinlli tlic five spot. The ton Is from dummy ttml it holds the trick, declarer playlne Hie seven. A small club \\ returned 'from (lummy. As a general rule. East should play low. as second liand Is sui>- IKKI'I! lo do. but V^tst has only one moie diamond. The declarer has dropix.il ihe seven spot on tlw fiibt trick-rather nmiklnc WesL with the. four of diamonds lu wlilcli cn.se IIP h;is nve diamonds. declarer lias the diamonds l-'ast. nil lllis llr.si club lend, must violnte the uile of second hand low and to com rive his \y?.l— pin liter's re-entry, lie must Jump played '" lv '"' " lr [ICL ' °' clubs. The de- claivr will play low and West will play the five. K:ixl now return! 1 the cl'.iu'e of diamonds which Hie declarer wins wllli the king, and Immodlately returns the quoen ot clubs wliirh West wins with the West relmm 111* eluhl of dla nioiuls which Is won In dimimy wHli UH; ace, Eusl rtLscardtn^ « small .spade. Ttie dcclaier lends The ', th<- elulil of clubs, svlnnlni; In Ills tf |°«» '""'"I witli (ho ten spot. \Vsl and Ihe trick Is won In dummy j acres and 3,7000 city and vlllmjo whli the JacX. East dropping an- , lets over ID'JO. The total land now other spnde. The dorlarer then j osvned by I lie Blntc Is '3,031.722.43 leads the rjiiecu ol spades from;acres and 76,000 village and city dummy and Inkes l!ip flnepr. West ' • wins Ihe trick wllli lliv klnit aivl Ihrn cashes his uootl (|Uten unit nine of diamonds. This nlves Kusl anil wist live trlvks. KaM I))' juiiiphiK In wllli hLs iii'e o[ i-liibs has tlefciiled tin; dJi'l.ir- • IT'S I'omritl one lilrt. II Himlli iKiil v.'un Hie fltsl cliamonil Hii'l: hi his uwn hand and luid led thv (|Uirn of clubs, Wc.sl uiusl rotusi.' to win ,as Kast Is mavli'.i'.l wilh noi over two tlltimonils Ijy his play of Die deuir to (lie Ilrsl trick. • Copyil^lit, I0;li, NKA Service. Ine, Tax Ilrlintiucncy l.uiul i I.ANKINCI. Mich. I iMviuvthlp at Limit In MM), [hrmish l.iv ; ' Hve.l nn Inrri'^si 1 of All In UflllnKl pcUonl ar« tttfv^ ytvtttfrsf, lt^iUoyyouri>cp, rmLlnr you 111. Tolt« M -HATUUf UMEOT-tl Ml., drixruiil-lr, -HtaM • i once In dummy and possibly once | dropping tl'o nlnr "f spades. • j in his own hand. If FJISI were lo The nine of e.luus Is Oi«:ii Ud. _• play a small club Ihe declarer will West playa the lliret! of hearts A nnouncing- the opening of the UNIQUE CLEANING SERVICE "Raises the Standard" MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd BRINGING TO BLYTHEVILLE AND VICINIW ALL THAT IS MODERN IN.. CLEANING OF WEARING APPARKL DRAPERIES AND FINE BLANKETS. A Complete Cleaning Service in Which You Can Place the Utmost Confidence You may safely send your finest dresses or other garments here with the assurance that they will receive the individual treatment the particular fabric requires. Our equipment is of the vevy latest type . . . ouv personnel is thoroughly skilled in the cleaning- art . . . in'fact the Unique Method insures the restoration of your garments original smartness. Br.PaulF.McCutchen Dentist STEELK, MO. 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