The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1936 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 24, 1936
Page 2
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TWO BLYTHJ3VILLE (ARK.). COUlUEIt NEWS "Modernize for Winter" Drive Launched in Bly theville by FHA Speaker Representatives of the building industry.'arid:'allied trades heard L. M. Hawkins, Jieltt representative of tlie Federal Housing Administration, explain the opportunities afforded residents of BlylHoville lo improve, repair and In some In- under the "Modernize, for Winter" drivo being Inunchetl by Hie administration, at a meeting: at the city, hall last night, Mr. Hawkins pointed out that any number of Improvements or repairs can *se financed through the PHA Insured loivu. plan n. akd said that where . I here Is already a* major structure on the property, such as a house, that outbuildings, garages, scrrnnl houses or barns can "be built .through the FHA'program. ., . • lie declared that the fall mid winter season-usually brings home to .many the need of repairs aiul . Improvements o'ecausc of the change in the weather. Furnace and healing plant equipment. Insulation of buildings and any typo o( renovation work are possible under: the program. .. A. "Modernize for Winter" campaign will carry (he message lo . many home.';owners'.who-have nol already-been contacted nml open up':a new Held'of-prospects foi material dealers, skilled labor, architects and others. Mr. Hawkim pointed out. .He urged (hat nil brunches of the' building Industry in Blythcville get actively into such n program' and,'tie In with (he national movement- to prepare homes lor winter com Tort. While.Mississippi county lead: the state in the number of Title One. loans under the PIIA plan the : title uiidcr which modcrnlzn- ition loans are made, Hlythcvlllc and this county still provide a ren- dyfield for such work, It «-.s stated Title One of the Federal Housing Act expires April 1,-1037, and home owners, business property owners or lessees or property who plan some day to make improvcmcnis throug Ihc PHA program'should act soon. Mr. Hawkins wanted. He said that while (he life of Title One had been extended three limes by tin. federal congress that fufthcr extension uns regarded as utillkely.' Title Two,'under which new-construction loans are financed; will probably ;bp-. a permanent, sel-up, Mr. Hawkins said. He cxplainert that : 'i!io1nsu'red mortgage, Ipy; K-~ fcrejt, long period of'joyineiH pliiti uses was' patterned after 'slmflai' government supported housing, programs rtnt liad been used more than n hundred years in Norway and Sweden and for a shorter time int still other European countries. County and Colony ; Share Relief Supplies LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 24.—Dis-. tribulloh of 2,867 tons of food and 247.555 garments lo general relief client 1 ; in Arkansas during the first six months of this year was reported yesterday by the slate welfare deparmcnt. By far the jiirgcst allotment of relief supplies went to Pulaski county, \vhich recetfd 312 tons of food ai'.rt 20,137' garments. . Mississippi county received 74 tons of rood and 3,162 garments and Dyess Colony, in Mississippi county, received 2D tons of food and 15,453 garments. THIS CURIOUS ABOUT I9I.OOO OIL WELLS I-IAVE BEEN DRILLJED IN THE UNITED SOME LIGHTNING PLASHES SHOW'BLACK IN PHOTOGRAPHS. Quicksilver'* Trade' Upcd"" . WASHINGTON (UP) — Inlcnia- .ional tradi) In quicksilver has been considerably disturbed during the >as(, year by tile itallan-UthiojdKn vnr and llto civil disputes • in Spain, a commerce Department itirvey reveals. :'.•'•>'•' (£AF CLOVER THAT DOES NOT RB/ERT •TO THE 3-T-EAF TYPE, ; HAS BEEN DEVELOPED./ O«JS 8* MEA SlftVICf. lua Science tins not tan nb'ic to explain satisfactorily Just xvliy :;onir- lightning Hashes show, .up black when photographed. Tltn black Itashcs sometimes appear . on tlic same 'negiithe with the Miorc common while type. 'I lie only I'xplaniillon, so fur, is that, the \\avc Icmiilh of the lluht causes the unusual chemical reaction. THURSDAY, SKPTEMHKR 2-1, igjjd OBE'nUN, Kris. (UP)—The rta'me :ofthall Is a fraud and deception, Wlllium Kesslcr, a car mechanic lore, deckled. He suffered u, brpk- CH lo™ playing the game. <jpjnrzl POOLKST Sl'OT IN TOWN Last Time Today 1,000 LAUGHS SET TO MUSHJ! DKKPOWJU.JOANBIONMU I WARREN WILIIAM* FRANK M<HUGH« YACHT CUB BOYS IEAHHC MADDIN • CAROL H\JCKKS Ci»lx BCYHOLDS ' H»b*rt CAVANAUAH N« So»i All t) I. y. NwW>( »J K**U fclM cltJ I, BUJBI HJIWttr.A Ft il K*tl*ul p* t»r« l Nuws. .Musical* ;uul Novelty Stioil PIES yp IT BID II (Continued From Page 1) of carefully selected articles Included In living nccc.ssitlies was rcprc-' stinted by the number 100 in 1920. The following short table five's quickly for the eye the history of prices chirincj the month of Scp- r. in Uip'lnsl eight years: Sues for Divorce Mrs. Mildred Wnrrlngton has (11 : ed suit In chiuiecry court here against Lee Warrlnglon, asking a divorce on the ground of Indleni- tics. Ivy W. Crawford Is attorney tor the plalntilT. — Ail mission— Al:i(inrc— 10 :& 2fic— With .Jc, NJBhi— 10 & Itric— With Ic T FRIDAY PAL NITE , .;,' 1033, 18.2; I83J, &Q.1; ft3§,>il7; "MB, 8U.2. Thus we sec that while prices arc considerably higher than In 1033, they are still lower than in 1023. Price Hire Is Most ; Noticeable in Fowl Costs The thing that has caused all the comment and complaint has been U) that prices have gone up steadily each year; (2) that there has been a rather marked Jump In the ast 'lew months and '(3) thai 'flic •-rospect is for n continuation of bis rise. This always alarms people, pnr- .icularly the women who have lo ipond the family income. Ami they arc more strikingly impressed with iricc rises when they appear In Hie grocery store. And that is where .hey have been making Iheir appearance chiefly. Singers Will Mbet Sunday/at Micola Singers of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri arc invited to Micola. Mo., next Sunday. September 27, for the meeting'of the PemisMt County Singing Convention, it has been .•Uinouncccl by H E. L. Smith, the vresklent, A church in Middletovrn. N. .;. te supported by money left bv Captain Kidd, the pirate. Shop Lifter Given Fine and Jail Term Frctl Edwards, negro, shop lifter, was fined. $'25 and sentenced to 10 (lays In jiill by Municipal Judijc Doyle Henderson ycslcniuy on a charge of petit larceny. Homls were forfeited or $10 lines assessed' ' aga>; ;thc < rollgwina charged with public drunkenness, in court this morning: Orvill Recce, George Potter, Dick Ollland. Jack Bitford, Ligc Hariwr and James Costlier. Next (in a second article In Courier News tomorrow) we i.hould look at these price increases more in ilctail l» see ivhrrt- they have been inotit nu- licc:iblc. The U. S. Navy Department has a new. Improved paint'which keeps barnacles ami other sea pests off ship bottoms. Positive Relief for MALARIA! Sure End to Chills and Fever! . Here's ml relief for Malaria- Grove's Tnslclcss Chill Tonic I Quickly U stops NIC chiils anil lever anil rcslcra your body to corafoit. JM.iny ii'mcclics will merely alleviate the symptoms of Mahiia temporarily, but Grove's Tasteless Cliill Tonic goes all lire way anil completely rids your system of tlic. infection. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic U a rcai corrective of Malaria because it contains two things. Firet, tasteless quinine which kills the Malarial ilifeclion in the blood. Second, Ionic iron which helps overcome Hie ravages of the chills and fever and fortifies against further attack. Play sa/cl Take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It ia two siies—SOc and ?I.TIm SI size contains lYi limes as much as the SOcsize ami gives you 25% more for your pioiicy. Get bottle Ipdiy at anydrussl .Wells Writes. Own Obituary Bakery Specials AU. DAY - - l-'KIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY Chocolate Fudge Layer Cake, ea 19c Cream Rolls, each 4c (Killed With Rich milter Crcami G.'. Wells, famed English author, just turtied TO, will dio at 37, his fortune of S!,000,000 gone—according to his obituary, written by himself and Just made public In txindon. In • v/hyiiFlcalXm, ths poled writer discounted hi* aceompll^hmenU expressed doubt that he te Jwe remembered. Large Fruit or Cream Pies, each 18c Raisin Bread, leaf 7c Large Oatmeal Cookies, doz. lOc Speciul for liuterey Hour, 5 to 6 i>. m. oiiiy, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Pii:c;ippfc Roils, doz, ;.' lOc Carmcl Slicks, doz. 12c (Like A Doiiiil) Ginger Snaps, Am. ....•..'. 3c Parkcrhousc Rplis. doz 8c Plain Rolls, doz 5c I.ct X!s Make Those Special Cakes or Ties - - 1'hoiic 110 Blytheville Baking Co. L Adults Aihiiitlcil f«r Trice All 'Chililrcn— 10c. of —Admission— lalircr—1(1 \- 2rm—With Ic ' Tn Night—10 & Me—With 1 Ic' Tax TUKSDAY. KEPT: 211— SI21 (II) HANK IS'K.H'l" -COMING SOON— ;;ivr: »IE VODIC IIKAICI"' witii Kn Irinris \ml Gr-orfie Brent HIV(,i\I IK/tR iilth Biitim MrLaiiv. PEITEU" with .lanr. Withers ami Irvin S. ' CnbK ROXY Vrtni.—Always MO & 25c— Ic Tux Slimy "I'vtiry NE^hL il;itii\rcs TrTiluy, Siitnrdny, Snml:iy Thursday - Friday A Son Conies Home Wil.h Miiry Kcilniul, .Inliii llaydpn, Dnnnld \Vomls, \V;il- liirc Kord iuid Uoiicr Inihof 'I'hn i-onltict . of. a mother uho cfiirld sn;'p an . iiinoccnl lioy univ l>3' smiling her own son lo lih dc^lli. Selected Shorts Saturday - Sunday unvm ,.,„«:,« ,N TOWN . SH w. MAIN sr, ni.vnisvn.Mi, ABK. SPECIALS FOB FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Little Geneva I'lain or S. Rising Ciuiraiili'ccl Tomatoes Standard Cl Limit) No. 2 Can 6ic Corn Klanilard (;t Limit) No. 2. Can 6'c Potatoes Fancy Wcsleri) KcdY I'ouml 21c Jelt-0 Or I'nr-T-.lel (;! Limit) 24-lb sack .. . 69e 48-!b sack . . $1J5 Carrel.... $5.35 Salt Meat Host Sides Streak-0-I,ean found Round Steak K H 25c Bacon Fancy Sliced I'ouml 25c Fryers Fresh Full. Dressed I'ound 29c Celery .fumlio nlii' St/ilii Cauliflower Fresh Snow Ita Head 9c Tokay nr AVhilc 'iMala Pound 5c Pure Lard 8-Ll>. 1'ail $1.23 Soap •IV & (,'. Giant. Si/.u ,'! ISars lOc Sardines American Can Peaches Lihlty's (2 Limit) No. 2/2 Can 14c New Crop liacli • 5c Lard Snow Whilo Compound Pound Beef Roast J(. C. l?cef CHUCK. Lb Ific THICK? 1UI5, Lb. .. IDc Pork Brains Fresh I'dund I5c Bacon Swift's Oriole. Sliced RIND. ON, Lh ;j2c IflNDLESS, i,b 35c Cabbage Nc\v Pound Meal Cream 2-1-LI). Sack 65c Lemons Oranges Sunliisl Laryc Size I) -tr 15c f>- Juicy Dozen Shibley's Best Plain or Self Rising Guaranteed 5 Lb. Sack 19c 12 Lb. Sack 45c 24 Lb. Sack 82c 43 Lb. Sack $1.60 Barrel $6.25 I'OTATOKS N. Hall. Rcii or Yellow OH) Lli. L-L SPAGHETTI **. TOMATO^ '' AS ' ni MM AT 01 C Staiuliircl. Can it Z MACARONI tic . Si/e K\\\ OCTAGON TfLK 0 For Talilc Use 910 S(|iiaro Box^Z MATQIKS ABC «2! C •Slick 1,1). STIiW Urisket or 191C Rib. 1,1,. IZ 2 7 1'urc Cork laiC i.i). H:i •VEAL Ch0|B or """115f PIG LIVEK """W !EF ,,15 C JI>, RCPI? BACON '" "S^ 20 C SALT MEAT lloili ft PEAS F r. 2 Canlf CATSUP ..gW.elf MUSTARD Q .. ;11 .,10 C SALMON TOMATO Jllicc S PIG .EARS^ S.OUTS U lf SAUSAGE ' Mixc " L ,,.lQ c MOPS Special 1ft c liach lw .ihl>y's IM r,arj,'c Can lu COCONUT ,,,.W BCTBACT LARD W S.. cin.-g». c CRACKERS tAW CRACKERS ,S f BACON Hindi Hawk NECK BONK ,,,: 7? Delicious CC ' I, g c. Size. Ka.J VIENNA SAUSACK Ca & HEANS Van CC Camp. Can J GRAPE F FliUITN - c S5 PIMENTOES -On. Can BELL PEPPERS ..„. 5 C DOG FOOD Vic ""<L5 c RICE lk ' : '" ly TOMATO Jurcii SALAD DUESS!N(; (Juarl LARD 50,1;^. $6.69 PEANUT H1)T Ai'i'i-E .HIICI-: i.ii.hvnic No. 1 Can' /2 lobby's No. a'/ 2 Can Crecni Wliile <PP Shorten. .IS Hi $5 MEI-ONStftC Kadi BROOMS Spccl l.j» u Pure Cane •Granulated 1 Lb. Box Brown Sugar ,07c 1 Lb' Box Powdered Sugar .07c 10 Lb. Paper Bag Sugar ,53c 25 Lb. Cloth Sack Sugar $1.39

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