The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1941 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 9, 1941
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT VILLF,, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TORRENT: Brand New Home, All Modern Improvements—S60 Per Year .. .. —Inquire Of Uncle Sam SPRING'S HEBE, CIRCUS OPENS ORK y However, Gargantua-Tolo Romance Fails To Reflect Season's Glow NFAV YORK. lU.P.) ips on Telephone Talk WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1941 in the cellar o. r Madron The modern USHA honn- alum-, in Thi.-masvillc, (h^ h:ts ivlJJac'-u the- Vcttitm KHis family's tiurk. uhji.uulcii >.!i:irk, below. Vcur's rent WASHINGTON.—The U. S. has (crest in the USHA program since nnbf>rV-pri fin a low-cost housing it came into being early this year, rMTi»ram';tha! will be a really low- -MKJ j|. s housing projects are now rent project, too. < i-.:c:Uccl in Georgia, Mississippi. Ar- Ixlnst so-caltecl "low-cost" ho us- transns. Illinois, Indiana and South ing plans have been developed to Carolina. The program was refit the more than truly average cently doubled, and about S14000- .*nr>-;can income. Now the U. S. COO worth of low-rent farm homes I-cusin? Authoritv is experiment- will lesult. mostly in the South, .fog thrcughc-ut the South with But housing authorities, through- mraM-.cmes renting at an average out (he nation are watching the of $70 a jeaiv of rvhich $60 will rxper'ment—if it can still be* call- be n<>id i n cash, the other $10 rrt tVi at—\viih great interest. Ect- credited for tenants' l»bor in main- tcr low-rent homer, throughout fining the property. j ih« nation are likely to resuii. Fach: of;the houses has .two or! '. three ' bedrooms, a living room, 'ai?e kitchen, dining room and st-ra-e They are .wired for rlrcfic'rv. and. provicion has'been mrde for installation of bath- rcrm.s in the future. "^"" 1 " •"-p-cutfing and assembly of building materials are being in the construction of most. Down Square Garden Gargantua the Gorilla • "the mighty man-rnrailhig monster, juggernaut of the jungles, terror of the tropics"* !(.-fr.-; m 'j<ito. tluj aloof female, who has been chosen a.s hi.s mate. Then- are bars bo:ween their (.-agt.'.s although both arc .surrounded by the same expanse ol plait* and receive the- .same curt-fill air-conditioning, if the bars wen- down Gar^unuui would wiuldU- across to Toto'.s cage and Toto, like as not, would bufftH him on the .side o! the head and .s'-nd him hustling back home. Tin? course oi true lovt; < that's what it Is according to tht- circus press agents; apparently is no smoother in the world o! th* anthropoids than it Is umon<> THE HOUSE OF MEAD time for a trip to MEAD'S — it's the CmS\T*fm thing to do! Photo shows admonitions against loose telephone talk printed at bottom of pages in new Navy Department telephone directory. two sieel-^irt,"ttir~ , Mile. Louisa has boen brought, up !-''0:ji .South America. Toto i "in , comiiiioijed villa.-, on balloon- tiix-d wheels housing tiic two miuhUfs; anni.^'im-nl itiinuaions of all iimi?"i Lhr,- circus ha.s u lew new wrinkles. For oriv thing it has been streamlined by Norman Bel Geddt-s .so tliaL the animal caes Nine County Negroes Off To Serve In Army /-. . , , • ; <w»^«.iui:.s .su insiu me anmia ca"cs s;^f;t :t c 1 rr^^r ( :;;r^ l ;'s^;^ 1 ;•';-^ l ' ^lo 5i - El8ht BWh ^ -^ -" his beetle-browed bulk mid roldly , : .:' h ' i!>, i ! ( scenory one '' rom Luxora were inducted in- turned her back. Toto appears to i '' Ut » LK = loumi - ^ ! to the United States army ut Lit- turned her back. Toto appears to be more interested in the old rubber tire .she use.s for a plaything. And. that's the .status of one of the nation's most publicized romances as the Ringling Brothers and Barnum^ancl Daily Circus, the Big Show, opened its first engagement of the season today. In New York where green things growing are scarce, the opening annually heralds the arrival of spring. NY iv O|!CMln« Spi'ctcl tic Rock yesterday under the Se- Tiierc will be a new "spec" or j le( ' live Service Act and were sent opening spectacle, too. Bel Gcddi'.s j wilh -°° other Arkansas negroes designed tin: parade on a Mother''' Goose theme and so carried away were the press agents that they declared the "nostalgic appeal" of! AS . W .«., ^ ncu^ Old King Cole. Jack and Jill. etc.. j Charlie Williams, Jr.. Sam Lack-' "will iurn gTir/Jed men into chub- 1 land. James M. Moore, Lee A. Mc- draftce.s to Fort Riley. wlicrc they will be assigned to the Ninth Cavalry regiment. They included Thomas L. Henry, by -checked boys." Fifty elephants helped the cir- The circus will be here several Cl! -s unload when it pulled in from weeks and before that time is up, winter quarters in Florida. Many it is hoped. Gargantua will sue- ,'of the old stars are back, for it teed in winning his way into Toto's j takes years to make a new circus flinty heart. Veteran animal men I sensation. say Gargantua would do better to j The familiar artists include play hard to get thus piquing! Tim/J. the juggler; the riding Tolo's vanity but no one has yel | Christians. Hubert Castle on the figured out a way -of getting the ! tightwire. Alfred Court, the animal ulnn over to him. ' . .--. In addition . Imosh, Willie Quails, Willie . Robinson. Ed L. Twiug.s and Ruftis McCombs. all of Blytheville. and E. D. Ward of Luxora. Dr. W. S. Eastburn Chiropractic Physician Day and Night Calls- Office 801 Chick. Phone 801 Luxora City Council Installs Officials LUXORA. April — The City Council of Luxora was in session last imht and form.illy indued into office the officials'elected in with such items as sub-flooring.! the r?c?n * municipal election for Single., lath, trim and roofing left tne next lwo yeai'S- Three are new : 'o workers at the home site. ,Usim;. msmbei ' s - Ttlc n?w administration i his method, one contractor was' is composed of: Mayor. R. C. ntle. to\complete about 12 houses! Langston; Herorcler. w. E. Head; every two weeks. ! Aldermen. W. T. Thweatt. T. D. r lhe dwellings are constructed on' Wn . kins< A - Liveran ^- R- C. Bryant. "nr-acre Jots belonging to local and J ' D ' Shanks. uiojj psure^qo si niDsi iad nai Immediately. they considered the position of -jity marshal and unanimously elected Herman Spicer. Mr. Spicer is an officer of considerable experience, having serv- -JSOD 3151 jo 06 ^ncqn .[3AOO VHSn o SUBOI PUK 'SDnuoi[jn« nti i sold locally. The nerd for better housing for ^ ™ .? l i Ul 'L± e !? 1 , f 01 ' l hc »™ [ farm families is demonstrated b Federal surveys shew ing that ap- r-rcr-imatelv 4.03C.OOO families, nearly ' I.TTC -thirds of the total farm 'smilies in tho U- S. live in substandard homes. These old house 10 years, n position he -still holds. Au(o Runs, Dfspitc AH OMAHA. Neb. iUP» —When a police officer stopprcl a motor car for a ''hrcki-p. he foutid: No tail- are tein? demolished " o r"remVved 1^'' n ° ! 1CI '" : no pmcr ^ rcnc V %ea »:ake: no .starter; no windshield from human. UF« as USKA home is fcuiK. each new wip?r; brake ppdal oui o!" cunmis- ,-icn and busiiinn;, on nil ns been widespread in- cut of crder. Circus Cutie Steps Out to Gargantua and aerialist. Ycu'l! niter into the sporting- season with /pal than ever bcfon; if you're s.itirecl in thi* correct but casual Hurl Schafi'ner and Marx sports wear a.s dis- ut MeaiVs. Slacks in worsteds cheviots, coverts, flannels and gabar- tl'ncs . . - diagonals, plaids," stripes, hi.rrmgbr.JU's anil m:my others . . . ex- Lailorrd in many IUMI- Tops in Preference because it's Tops in Performance "Just Look At The Mechanism!" Surveys among refrigerator users and prospective buyers show more people prefer a G-E than any other make. Our prices and terms make it easy to own this ''standard of refrigerator excellence." When you choose a refrigerator remember you arc buying something that should last a long time — and should be easy on your pocketbook all through the years. Get a General Electric and you are sure to get your money's worth. Beauty and Quality . . . « Rare Combination at a Bargain Price! the Spnng,: circus and baby camel all arrive in New York about tag Brothers-Barnuin and Bailey roustabout? infant from train on which it was born en route from ••;—• - jwinter quarters._- \\c cim sol! you with as low as Sfi.O'j down. (This iiu-hidcs the -sales tax) and b'1.71 per month. <, r we will sell you on our farir, terms of 1-3 down, I-:', next fall and the halance in fall of i;).|2. The main thing is we wart !o sell you a Genera! Metric Re- iniierator on terms (hat YOU like and on terms YOU can pay conveniently.. If the above terms don't suit you come j n and to!! us what YOU want. Again let us caution you against buying a refrigerator that has been sent out on approval. Don't pay the NEW PRICK for an old refrigerator. WK 1)0 NOT loan nor send our refrigerators out on APPROVAL. And do you know why we can sell you a GKMORAI, ELECTRIC RKFRIGERYI'OK at prices equal to off-brand refrigerators? One reason is we do not have outside salesman .therefore you save the salesman's commission. H\- buving vour rcfn»wtor in vhe store \OU ARE YOUR OWN SALESMAN, you r.ake or save the difference SUITS K A now tyjy of sportswear. . a ihirt and jacket in one... An exclusive McGreg-or tea- tvrr. the SIIACKKT is thr IH.;V fashion in sportswear... and no sports wardrobe is complete without one. I n matching- ami contrasting sots. 95 ^ it i* i i V ' ««. % ' to V. ™,, 4 % ^-Vk no .95 SPORT 4 U you're one of the many men who prefer an. odd jacket and slacks for casual summer wear, then be sure that the garments you select are well-tailored and smartly stjlefl. U it's a Hart Schaff- ncr and Marx srort r o a I you're assured of the best. JShellands. Herring hones, anil flannels. $1 C3-00 15 Usual the Best Is Always At AD'S 322- •MAIN- 322

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