The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1932 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 21, 1932
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APRIL 21, 1032 JTIKE THIf Death at Mines, but Kids Grin Patrof Established Alwut Estate to Prevent Ta[>ping o{ Wires. HOPEWELL, N. J.. Apr. 21 (UPi ! —Search for Charles Lindbergh Jr. was confined today to routine police Investigation with private negotiators reported Inactive. Indications of wire tapping on telephone, lines leading to the estate of Col. and Mrs. diaries A. Lindbergh l?d today to New Jersey Mate |»]lee establishing a patrol. Eaves droppers find It easy to lap the wires as they arc laid on the ground. Col. Norman Schwarlzkopf. sta-.e police head, lust nlglil was rjporl- pd to have ordered two submachine guns sent to the Newark airport. This Immediately gave rise to rumors the arms were lo lw us- tf in Ihe kidnaping case to pro- rent high jacking. Eehwartzkopf later said the report had nothing to do with the kidnaping case. JBLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Storm on Wed Cowt Closing Stock Prices Cauiei Rfach Damage; . ,, Caruthersville Insurance Man Dies in Springfield CARUTHERSVILLE, M>.—Word has been received here of the death a few days ago at Springfield. Mo., of Albert Luther Thurston, repr?- sentative here of the Home Insurance company since 1910. Born in Indiana May 20, 1818. Mr. Thurston came to Stoddard county. Missouri, when a child. Before ,- coming to Caruthersvillc in 1910 'he was engaged In the sawmill and lumber business. In 1914 he was married to Mrs. Edith McCawley, from whom he separated about a year ngo. He is survived by his v,-ifp. to whom lie was married in Springfield recently, two daughters by his first, marriage, Pay of Clarkton and HUM! of St. Louis, two sisters ami a brother. Burial was in Springfield. Frank A. Farris of *. Caruthersviile Dies CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.—Frank A. Farris, son nf A. J. Farris, who lived with father and three brothers. John, Charles and George, die<l at his home near tins city Tuesday morning at 1;35 o'clock, at the age of 58 years, of liver trouble. A short lime ngo Mr. Farris r:ad nn attack of influenza and failed to regain hbfiirength. He was well known "In this city, as he, ivHh his father and brothers, maintained a truck farm nearby and were engaged in the huckster trade quite extensively for a number of years. He lived a,very quiet life but was respected by all who knew him. Funeral services were held at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Catholic church with the Rev. Father E. T. Walsh conducting the last rites. Interment \vas in Cherry cemetery, witii H. S. .Smith Undertaking company in charge. Car With Plates Stolen Here Found at Monette Officers have been Informed that two men, traveling in a car bearing license plates stolen here, have been arrested at Monette in Craighead county. Tin license plates, state and city, were stolen from the car of Job; Andrews here. Oil Stove Fire Does Little Damage Wednesday An oil stove water heater set fire to the closet in which it was lo- Veated at the residence of Dr. Hunter C. Sims. 1138 West Ash slre;l. last night but did little damasc. The fire was confined almost entirely 10 the closet and smoke dam- was also small. The house has been re-deccrated recently. Outdoor Life Guide to Missouri Planned JEFFERSON CITY. Mo. IUP>- Tlw state game and fish department is working on a new recreational map of Missouri, to be distributed this spring in ccnneclioi with Ihe annual publication of the Missouri Outdoor Life Guide for 1932. Alt state and county highway facilities to principal' fishing and hunting grounds will be marke;' plainly on the map. of which at lease 25,000 copies will be distributed. The Outdoor Life Guide, to be printed In two colors.- will c.irry on iis cover the legend, "Lex Missouri Shcr You Her Great Out o! Doors In 1932." It will contain information nb:ul Mate parks, '-.tinting and fbliln' points and a condensed scheiul- 01 hunting and fishing seasonal laws. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Haley and A. C Haley will leave tomorrow for Mc- Kenzle, Tenn.. having been calM there because of the critical nines.' of Mrs. Mary Haley, 89, mother of Ira »nd A. C. Haley and llarv,'" . Huley, formerly of here and now of p-Hot Springs. Mrs. Haley lived here I for a number of years and of hue h«» been with her daughter nl Me- ! LOS ANQELES, April 21 (UP) — Danube was counted In hundreds of thousands of dollars lodny alter improcoilemod high winds nud muiiiiiiiliious seas hud Inshcd the- :rin1i«in cnltlcrnlii toa.-.l iur moiv I Inn !!; irjni-s,. ' l-'mir mi'ii Viiire xivcil Iroiii a j .Mm>lhi'iliii; sea wlim Ilicir .skill' 1 : | svuc MiHinpi'd. Six WITC resfui-d inim the turgi; rinu-ia as li ! uoimdtd lu pieces on llw idi-ks j'liag^nrd coast. Giiuvilsmi'U worked j amilnsi llini! to iiivi" nine moro on two other bai-Rrs. ElUjris were '• icncen'.iati'd on l,rln;-;l!H: lu shore . live Dii-ii nlxirml ilio tai-yc M L .In:>s° swept on the rocks ell While's I'olnl near Kort MeAilhur. The hith winds IriislrnU'd alli'inpts In :iion: life lines nboard. ( 'si Utllllii's iMuniximny Wunl Ycul: Ccnlnil . Children of Ohio's mine area are living in a million of rioting and death, bill curiosity overcomes iheir uwe at Invading troopers and their wcaimiiH. This strikins pk-imv .shows n tmv-hcaded yoimgs'.er. surrounded by his clnniis.' as he lingered r, machirn; gun aminuni- tion belt and asked questions of the squad of Ohln National Guardsmen from the Hoih mfamry now on duty at Adonh. o. One miner has been killed and Uirce pickels wounded in clnshc-s between slvik- Ints miner* ai'.tl soldiers guaniing mines which have reclined. Negro Chicken Thief Meted Out $10 Fine Willii 1 Reynolds, negro wns (hied SIU by Judge C. A. CujjnljiyJwm In municipal court tills iiftcrniion on n cliurp.o of pclll hu-cviiy. Reynolds admitted tlic tin-It of 13 chickens from the J. II. Houcy pluce on Wesl Main. The negro was nireslod by Hurry' Tnylcr, cuiiMublc, who was lores:! in search 10 ne^ru houses before ti£ his num. NEW YQHK. April 21 (U!>) _ .Cotton rWd bni-cly sirady. Hogs Take Place of Cotton in Work of 4-H Club Boyr lost its popularity and this year i Hill lakes second'place. «if.i livcsiuL-k ! Msra. fecrctary! Prof. Melviu projects mterestins tlie grsacs; ! Is the s number of members, nefordln vice president; :ind Ij)i:is:' Crow Muy July Oct Doc Jim March open Ul'.i 1130 115(1 (11(1 IJ7!) G% Spul.s closed n( UIS U37 CGI (i"7 CflH I'M (i77 701 ll'JU G'M. (.If ! Imv close Mil GUS G2H IJ28 077 UUO Police Sergeant's Car Is Reported Stolen Word was received by officers hoie icday that u UlyiiK-vllle cm, belonging to James Unmnr. police sergennt and (!re truck driver, had b:-cn stolen from me Mri-als o! Vicksburg, Miis. Sergeant Bonuir bus keen «n n (rip to Loulslaiui ami Mississippi. Cum-ifj- News Want Ails Orlfaw Cotton NP:W ORLEANS. April 21 (UP) — Cotlon May July Oct D*c Jan March slcndy. open high Gia on G3u o:n USH G5S COT 07(1 (i94 699 low 010 (J50 OIJ7 close cia 0:10 G!i2 GMb Glib C113I) New Grand Leader Iturlicr Shop 110 N. 2nd Hair Cuts - - 25c Earl K. Tarter R. S. 1'revosi iponsor. County Agent S. n. Carpenter Osceola. 10 . Officers recently elected by other 31 i clubs are ns follows: Kciser. Eliwi- _. ' '"Hi Walker, president- E;irl W'ldv 1 IB club projects, in which only ; vice president; Omelia Mont-om-rv 18 members enrolled in 1931. this Mcrotnry Prof W F Pi.'J u year attracted 47 members, and col- sponso- ' ' " ton projects, last, year inlLslJng the i sii-in-nm.- r P the Slmwne; school, and Miss Wil- loclenc .McC.-uiams. home eronomics teacher, are sjpon'ors. Biirdette: Mildrcrl Jnrrctl, presl- iuenl; Dunword Gnrrett vice pr^si I dent; Margaret Mauser, sccresiivy. j Shady Bcml: Dnlhel Ra,vllngs . tirerlrc-nt: Witmn Jones, vice nr-su jnent, and Dorothy Lee Nix. Sfn-- ! p 5 ;. , Miss A " c!le Rowe!I n "ti Mlw , t,. blvvarrls are sixmsors. I rininty Cnnnril Formed A County 4-H club Council -om- j^^d of „]! the in tl,e emm- ty. was.receiuly formed an:l 1-Ycd S-mth of the llalrher club WHS elected president of th- camicil 'S^ R -° binSO " " f ^'"ville w« eJeciM nee presidenl. Mildred J nr - ng and canning continue to occupy third place in popularity, with a slight increase in enrollment over last year, and poultry comes fourth, nceortliii!; to Misa Cora Lee Coleman. Jioaic deiuon- ••itration a«jent. The total enrollment in 4-H clubi has increased from 182 in 1931 to 2 1 l " lis /3' cajr i according to the agents, who say the increase is due to the ' oruanir.nlion C f two new- clubs, both having Inrsc memberships, one at Bliawnee Conroliclai- ed school with -18 members, whk-.i is the largest club in point ofmcni- tsrship. and one at Shady Bcn;l will! 23 members. Clubs which have imiclionc:! for a nuiiitor of years at Etowah li^d Line, Reiser, Hatcher. Stillman, Burdette and West, fiidg; -ave all resumed work this spring, making a totiil of nine organized clubs in this enrl of the county. The Hatcher club on Little River, which «-o:i first place in [lie county last year for the t«t organized cinl), has an enrollment of 28 members. Fred Smith, who was recently named the champion cotton producer of the southern stales, is a member of this club, but this year is enrolled for corn and pig projects instead of cotton. The Hatcher club reesntly elected Ouid.-i Shcilon president of its organization. Louis? Mcotll, vic=- president. and Louise Moore, secretary. Mrs. J. T. Davidson is again sponsor of the club. Other l.iitic River Clubs Pour other clubs in «-)int is known as the "Little River group- are Stillman, with a membership of 20. West Rirtge with 29. Etowah with 20 and Hed Line with 11 members. Officers elected at Stillman are Knthermc Berryhill. president' Ruby Woodruff, vice prisidciit. and Mary Wcbdrufl. secretary. H o Worthy is sponsor of the 3tlllnip.ii At Eton-nil tlie officers nre Lyle Campbell, president; Lelioy Wildv vice' president; Joste' Davis sccr^- lar.v, and Floyd Campbull. repair Afiss Lillian f.-Bley is sponsor. West Ridge officers are Ecilc Miller, president; Mablo Ahup vice- president; Eva McLenmc '"cre- -.:„.. „, „ ' " t; "> "'""red Jnr- j^Hurs^rs.'^. 11 - Vuzzlrss Teach Nc ar]j . Rfd WENATCHEB. W ,,sly ,^ A . ni'rscry ctimpniiy l, tr e | s vt * «V to market n peach without i'"'z this year. Week End psi^yffi«MMKm^^ 4 You are invited to a free Musical Concert At, the Rustic Inn Friday evcuini; from 8:3(1 iiiilil 11 o'clock • MUSIC 1!Y OSCAIt EU.IOT AND HIS 1SOYS [''vor.vonc visilini?" us durinjj tlio will be uivcn a free chance on one of tlie Five 10-Lb. Barbecued Sliotildors to be given nwiiy at 10:30 P. M. You don't need to liny iinytliiiig to (jpl a'cliance—just "conic out, listen' In tin; iniisii' and Inivc a if (Hid limp. Ernosl. TTalscll's RUSTIC INN SAVE on Every Trip! EXCURSION ROUND TRIPS' 'Selling date expires AprllM Return pvirt for (JO d;iy.s MEMPHIS* •----.$ 3.35 CITATTANOOC1A - - - 138(1 PADUCAH - - . - - in On ST. I.OUIS* - - ... (1GO EVANSV1LLE - - . - 1155 BIRMINGHAM - - . 12 SO ATLANTA - - - - - |8.:,0 DETROIT 1950 NEW YORK - - - - 40.50 UNION BUS DEPOT 2nd A: Ash Sis. Phone 273 Dixie GREYHOUND Division St. • p at Kirby's FRENCH I!ir(ls "",,,15 t McKKRSON ANTISKI'TIC S01.U- T10N No. 511. Kach BATHING ALCOH g!n." Shampoo anil Tonic Cnntliinaiion $2 AMBROSIA SET \VRIGLEY Chcwins (;um .". Pkgs. MILES NERV1NE For ° ftc BAYER ASPIRIN , 2 J5' ..34 I lot tie NEKO mm (Jcrmicidal Soap Mitch COTY "" 'owder and I'orfttrne OQ^ KOI- OJ MILK w MAGNESIA ,>J9 C GROVES <: ""-'' TO "L, 44 U PINKHAM v £,±,, $1.35 For 5c Pimento Cheese on Parker House Roll AT THE SODA For 5c Onin^cade Tull (ilass with \\'hole Orans'c WINECFCARDUI 89 C PONDS COLD CREAM 25 r LIQUID ALBQLENE ,., 69 ( MINERAL OIL ,,„ 39 C FOUNTAIN For lflc (thicken Saliitl on Parker. House Roll For lOc Ice Cream Soda Special Mitltcd Milk • 50c ' W- For 0.7 L!STERINE TOOTH1>AS ?: Er 15 c GEMEY ROUGE ,.o,39 t: VIRGINIA 1)AUIC S $1.39 AT THK TOUACCO DEPT. i— si.on pipe 1—1.ic Velvet Holh I!H' (iarcia (irande Cigars (i for 2l>c Red »of Cii;a rs fi for 25c COLUMBIA ANTISEPTIC POWDFK Kirby Drug Stores Foods ordered by telephone are as perfect and delicious as if you had selected them yourself. Prices Good Friday, Saturday, April 22, 23 FREE UAKICIl PKKMIUM COtOANUT 2-Oz. I'iickujfo FREK With Kuch Purchase of BAKING POWDER 1-Lb. Can Calumet for 24c KIDNEY BEANS *. f CLEANSER "<"« RED BEANS 3t - M »22 u i KRAUT IM * Wl ^ llns IT Choice. 09^ 2 I As. Ltd PFAS Kcii * Whilc SUGAR PEACHES MUSTARD Q 11!n t Jar II OLD DUTCH 10 Pounds 45c -Xour SHORE others do! POLISH Each 9c SALT MEAT Pound Hot! & Whitu. « Smnll (ir .'1 Tall Cans Beil & White. Plain CQC 21-Lh. Sitck CAKE FLOUR VINEGAR 1>tlre A|>pkl SS 18° COFFEE NIfiHT & DAY I I,b. ..... 22c NIGHT & DAY S - - - - 65c SOAP Laundry, White or Yellow 10 BarS 25C RED& WHITE ORANGES CABBAGE ' BANANAS Nire Ycl! " vv ! ,~r5' ; •'irm Hi-ncls ,4H r,i». 'h AT RED & WHITE MARKETS PORK SAUSAGE. i,,, s 25 c HAM ( ' l ' n(cr Cllls ,,,,30 C PORK CHOPS 'Tu,25 c THE RED & WHITE STORES The Sign of a Dependable Store

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