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November 30, 1936

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 193G »LYTHEVmi,E (ARK.)' COTJRIEfl NEWS Medieval-Modern Gibraltar For U. S. Gold Rabbi Maurice Lyons'For-1 Presented at [ )le Israel Service mally Temple ) Rabbi Maurice Lyons was form- | ally Installed as pastor of the Temple Israel In a ceremony hero yesterday afternoon, attended by a large number of Jewish people living In northeast Arkansas and southeast Missouri. This was fol-1 ]0',ved by a dinner and dnnce j at ihe Hotel Noble last night. I Distinguished Jewish visitor*; present included Rabb! Cnrl I. Miller of Helena, who delivered the instnlfiUion address. Rabbi I Abraham fi. nhlncs of Hot (Springs,• who gave • the principal | talk at the dinner, Rnlibi Harry: \V. Ettelson of MemrJils, and' Dr. Morris Nichol, of Osceola, master of ceremonies at the dinner. In (he 'service RUbbt Miller urged his hearers to uphold spiritual leadership and to work together to help the Jewish peo- i pie: "We are thankful for Am- 1 'erica and the freedom it gives }JP. us to lead honorable and le- u spectable lives and to be respected •• by fellow citizens and we should, show this appreciation and that we do believe in God," he said in Ills talk before formally presenting Rabbi Liypiis. The new pastor, who has become well known as a' speaker and leader since he came here September 1 from Cleveland, O. spoke briefly: The Rev. Stuart H. Salmon, pastor of the first Presbyterian church and president oil the Ministerial Alliance of this city, and Max Meyers, president of the temple, brought greetings. There were also musical numbers by the choir and visiting musicians. Brief talks were made at tile dinner last night, attended by 132 guests, who also heard musical, numbers. • Charles Michols and his orchestra, of Memphis,, furnished music for dancing, which followed. At intermission, specially numbers by Nancy silverblatt, of. Osceola. Prances Liverant, of Luxorn, and Roberta Flormaii, entertained the gnest.s. Dr. W. G. Kiebler Dies at Home:at Enid, Okla. Dr.'.'.W.-'G.. Kiebler, prominent physician of Enid. Okla.,'died "there Inte last night, his sister-in-law. Mrs. w. P. -Brewer, was advised Mn a,wire received here early today. ,:D2ath..resulte'd' j r0 ni pntu- monia.~ '••-..•. • Dr. Kiebler, with Mrs; Kiebler had' visited here and was well known to a number.of Blytheville people. •Funeral arrangements are ,„complete but Mrs. Braver will be unable to attend the-services be cause of the illness of. Dr. Brewci Services Held Sunday for Helen Coleman, 13 Stricken with acute indi»estioi on Thanksgiving day, Helen Cole man, 13-year-old daughter of Mr and Mrs. M. F. Coleman, died a.. 3 o'clock Sunday morning at the family home, 1507 West Main s t Funeral services were held at': o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Cobb chapel with the Rev. Mr Singleterry officiating. Interment •was made at .Elmwood cemetery. Child Dies of Pneumonia Ruby Lynn Wright, 12-year-old daughter of Walter Wright and Luxora Socicly — Persona] F.mnloyes o( Local Sloic Will Revolve \ ; . x I r a . Money ;,1 Christmas Amntmcoment was mndc today by J. j. Duly, mnnnsor of the local J- ':. IVniinv company btore, Hint nboi.l 4i oinployes of the store will shnr--.- hi u ChriMiiias bonus vshlch -. s . the company w |ll dlslrlbule iimonii Jr.. Dr. Cfiulvcll- •"" •-- llnllesv, of . . .., .Thanksgiving day with her parents, Mr, and Mrs, It. T. Jinllcw. Mrs. Walter IX'iiloil Is tli'p siu'.st of. her sister, Mrs. o. S. Scott, Memplils, for a few days while con- sulliin; her phvslclnh. Among Ihe l.i:xorlnns who nl- tcnded the accrue whlto Scnnduls In Msmphls Wctlnesdiiy night were Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester D.iuuhovver. Cnil umnhlcci, C li. wood more ihnn 2S,Oi)U .store, oliice nnd warehouse employes '-throughout I tha country. All regular employes who hnv? IKSII wllli Iho company for n year or more \\-;\] receive two weeks cxtj'n pay, Those omploval for shorter periods will receive ainounts unscd on one day's extra p:iy for ench niiiinli tiioy hnve worked this year. Th; bonus was voted at n meeting of directors of the company n . —- --week ago, when they nlso voted mi I where .she tins been a extra dividend of $3,15 p»i .s'mi-", 'he llnpthl hospital foi | payable IJecombcr 15. In addition I to Hie regular $1 qunrtcrly dividend payable on Hint dnt?. I .In announcing ths bonus, K.'c. , Sams, president of the (.oinp.iny, Enid: "Trie year 1030 has'been Ihe most £ucces.sfnl In the history of our business. The associates have contributed largely to that if PAGE TRUER. FLAPPER FANNY 00Ym6CKYI«,UIC. T.M.KO.U. By Sylvia Defense mensuies dnlm-* to medieval dajs me combined with modem sclentinc ones to make 1m- >rcgnab!e the $000,000 depository at Fort Knox, Ky., where the 510,000,000,000 gold hoard of the US. vill be stowed In 1037 for- safekeeping, fop photo shorn sentry houses at the only, gale Into the 'strong box." Beyond the steel fence, which may.be electrified, lies an open moat. At each of the our . , . ie, es an open moa. At eac corners of the building, is a machine gnu "pillbox," as shown in tower photo nl right i ' -' •"' o"" —...-„,.,, t ,j anuvi II Hi iUn UJ (JiLULU 111 1 Igllli i UlTCl pcnlngs arc covered with bullet-proof glass and Btccl ariunmciH.' The vnult within, .made of steel 'Uleh gives olf poison gas under a .torch, can be flooded. At lower left Is R. T. Van Home, chief clerk, who will be in charge of guards. '• ' ' Old Auction Conventions Are Still Essential to Good Play By' WM. E. McKENNEV Secretary, American ISrirJfje I.ratjue While bridge has developed many lew ideas of defensive play, good wldge players still make ' use of he conventions handed down from he days of whist, such,as leading 'fourth best" to show length, and •petering" , to show that a player lolds three' trumps. : '.:.•- ; ( Through use r of-thesD'-ivyo^con- ventions, George Unger i and :hls partner defeated.'a contract in a ' ft 6 5 4 V A (J 9 7.1 <> .H ;<. 2 , « 10'8 : *Q,I 75" Duplicate—N. & T,. Snulli ^Vrsl Xurtt; 1'nss 1 •> Piiss Pass 2* Pass. P.njs -1 A P.-iss Opening lend—i"i Q. :! 0 Pass Mrs. Jesse Medlin, at 11 . , o'clock Saturday morning at the home of her grandmother, Mrs Panky, several miles southwest of • Blythcville. Her death was attributed to pneumonia. Puueral services were held Sun- 2».y afternoon at rjoub chapel vdth Ajte Rev. Alfred Carpenter officlat- ^-"ig. interment was made at Elmwood cemetery. Besides her parents she is survived ty- one sister and one brother recent New York duplicate game, which was easily made where the defending players were not able to gel such a perfect count on the length of the various suit?. The bidding requires no particular comment, west witth a minor two-suiter wished to show both at a low lever, and so openjd first with diamonds, and East with a six-card suit naturally forced on the second round. Unger sat South. When dummy was spread, it looked'as though he Today's Contriicl 1'roMem South" is in a scvcn-spude conltnd. There nri three possible fciitps of the East ;md' West hands 'Mint will give de- clm'cT a chance" to make that contract. Should he first li-sl the (rump situation before cgmmitiinR -himself on tlic liejii't fmc-ssL-V <Sk AQ!) V A Q J 0 ' » A K •! . ' AAIO'J . was the accepted method of show-, ing that he had three trumps. As n club trick alone would ho- c'sieat the contract, Unger now led the heart deuce, his fourth best. North won with the nee aiid returned the seven, the fourth highest heart he had held originally. • This gave n perfect count. East coulct have no more hearts, so Unger led another club, which-North lulled, and beat the contract one trick. '•:•• There were lots of mathematics in Ih2 defense, but the defense "counting" was very good (Dlind) (Blind) , - . This bonus Is not n bonus on any permanent plan. 11 Is lutdlilannl 1030 remuneration for loyally and service that have played 'n part In making ttiis (lie greatest year for the 1'emicy Company." O. C. Driver nnd Jinilfs 1'er- incnler IUIVT K'iiirncd to Arkansas Stale college, . joncsboro, after S)iemilii(j Ki'Vjrnl days, with home 1 folk Miss Jan? Wlsc'and little Mlssss 1'nl and l-'rancos Uanehovvcr, who > urn unending school In Nashville at St. Ci'i'silii Aeiideiny,were nl home fur the Thnnksstvlng holt- dnys. Mrs. t,, p. Hemming returned Thursday, nliei-noun froin Memphis lit in weeks. Mrs. Am?! Montgomery and son, Trnvls, r.'Iuriisd Sunday to their home in KuLser lifter visiting Mrs. .Montgomery's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Majors, since lust AVwUics- day. Miss Mary D. Jones nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. IJuvku. ot Mcmplili, wen 1 Hicsi.s Sundny of -Mr, and Mrs Gosnell Public Health Club Is Reorganized GOSiNELL.—The Public Health ihib Ims been reorganized with Miss Virginia Coolie ns picsldcnt, Other officers arc: Claude Hillb vice-president; Robbie' Lee Bc- vllle, secretary; Margie Qcvlllc, 'treasurer; Dorothy Lynn Maxwell reporter. Meetings are held each ?riday afternoon. Adams Child Dies Bobbie Jean Adams, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Adams, died nt r 0:20 o'clock Friday niglit at the home of her invents here.' Pneumonia wns the cause of her death. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at Rh(gley, Tenn •The Cobb Funeral Home was in charge of funeral arrangements. Besides her parents she is survived by one sister. . , . Cicorgc Courtney.' Mrs. llnrke will be remembered as Gladys Suddothi Mrs. w, 11. Harding nnd dnngh- tcis, ullly nnd Ruth Helen of L"\- tngtoii, «eio giiostb of Mr, mil Mrs Willl.im iiowmd and daughter, DMe, dining the Thanksgiving .spa- son Noble Hunt, of Memphis, was n guest in the hoiuc of Mr, and Mrs. Joe Hires Sunday afternoon Misses Maggie Sue Pipelining, O t West Memphis, ami Frances Flem- mhig of Memphis were the guests of their parents, the Rev. nnd Mrs, L p rleimnhif;. r 0 , o,e past four dnjs Tlie mcmteii of the football fqund nnd tlieli coach, "Soak' Sanderson, were (cndeied a I in key dln- nci nnd nil the "fUliis ' Thnn'ksglv- Ing evening in the Scout hut Mr nnd Mrs ohniltc M,Ilflln ho^tb to 11 frlcDth Tlinnks at n sl\ o clock dinner Following the dlnnei bildge v,ns enjojcd with Mrs Elliott Williams receiving the high score award for the ladies nnd Joe Hires the men's high scoic The giiesls Included Mr. nnd Mrs . Joe Hires, MI nnd Mrs IJin<3ston Di. and Mrs . . Hudion, Mi nnd Mrs. Sim BOV.OII and H T. Mi Mrs and Mrs Jesse Urovvn Mattle Williams. Rend courier N< v.s Want Adi '1 lintfiniily \m( items bonnvitligooil manners" "Ihcn Qiuclv must be lioiinling his, hccause lie certainly ncver uses — 11-39 Tyler Child Dies _cgo'i en, MO — n M lireiikicy, Eniersoti Hreiikley, died nt the family home nt Tylci fiom biou- chlul pneumonia nincml wuvlccs vseic held at the home Sjituidft) by licv CinmlnBlinm, SUule'lJnp- tist minister, and Intelment v^ns it Mt Zloit cemetery. The Morning AfterTaking Carters Little Liver Pills A Ihimdei cloud Is cleclrloallj charged both ncsntively and positively, nitii ibe negative pole near- ci the ground. PIOKARD'8 GROCERY THE SAFEST PLACE TO I1UY YOUR MEATS & DAIRY PRODUCTS We receive Swift's Premium Beef twice weekly. 'Green's Grade A Pnstenmed Milk twice daily. We h a v e the moat modern Prig-, idalie mont' equipment. Vniiety of Cold Meets and Cheese, Fresh Vegetables Daily. We Deliver. Phone 673 1044 Ohickaaawba 10 B «QJ-103 AK8C3 NOR:? vnl. Opener — £8. Solution in next issue. 30 might have chosen the worst possible lead. Declarer won the queen of clubs with the king in dummy and led n small spade, winning with the iice, North playing the five.: I 'Declarer followed with another I spade, which Unger won, and North completed the old whist "blue peter" by playing the . four, which Wanted To Sell $100,000 Furniture Half Down - Balance Nex( Fall - Buy Now Hubbard Furniture Co. Adopted Baby Dies Billie Joe Anderson, two-months- old adopted son of Mr. and Mrs Ed Anderson, died at Dr. Eugene Rosamond's clinic at Memphis late Saturday afternoon. The baby boy had been seized with convulsions i and Had been rushed to the Mem' phis clinic. Funeral services were held Sun- a " crno;> " at 3 o'clock at the street Methodist church with V - M " N - •Johnson. P^tor, S ' Int *™ e » t ™* made ood cemetery. Rcad Want Ads Real Cotton-Corn Farms Possession In January, r-evel Black (Cypress) hand. Improved. Well Located. Good Terms, Come T o Southeast .Missouri. HO acres, improved, nil cultivated. $40 per acre. Good terms 240 acres, improved, all cultivated. 440 acre, good terms. Good farms near town and gins. Why pay rent and give ' away your labor and profit. Caleb Smith, Dye Hotel, Slkeslon, Mo, More and more people all over town are learning that they can get better dry cleaning and better laun- dering here. Good equipment plus long, experience makes this possible. < NUWA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phone 180 When I'm for a thing I'm all for it! I like Chesterfields. . .Hike 'em a lot . . .we all go for 'em around here. Chesterfields are milder... and when it comes to taste— they're SWELL! for the good things smoking can give jright 191-5. I.KWITT & Mvutl To»ACCO Cfli

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