The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1930 · Page 3
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MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1930 BLYTHEVILLE,. (ARK.) COURIER-NEWS PAGE THREE Italy's Welcome to Future Queen (Continued From Page 1) I day. With rising temperatures cam 1 the prediction of • additional rains and snow and the .mid-south was in no owltion to meet such a con tlngenry. Another rise 'in streams would send water over hitherto unbroken levees and force more | families from their homes. No loss of lite or serious accl- I denis have occurred during (he I flood. -A family near White Oak. Missouri, was reported to have I sought shelter on a barn roof from I the swirling waters from the Hoi- comb levee gap on the St. francls this afternoon. A boat was expected to reach them late this • afternoon | an4 carry them to safety. Highway 18 near Roseland. .14 I miles vest of this city, was covered by ths waters draining soulli- 1 ward late Saturday night. .The wa- I ter covering-^ stretch a'pproxlinatu- 200 yards In length was over 12 inches desp this afternoon, luindi- »ppuig traffic.' Cameramen representing a national news picture service attempt- I ttJ to reach the breach at. Elk • Chute yesterday to make sound 1 I pictures of the scene but an ice | I covered floodway forced them to, 1 turn bock. They were to make an-1 other attempt to reach the roaring. I crevasse today. re? UNUSUAL By WM. i:. SkKENNKV .Minuter,. /American rilgt, l.tfajuc Some people are more or less In- ilned to si! back u) m \^ (i, c O t|,er ftson clo ilu> «oiit. The dcclarrr i today's Imml | lu t HouUi in t to- sal tail and llit'M ,1s opponent-, ;ig Ills sn»dl sl.mi. batk and let j,, mi i|,_ wesr . ""lQ-3-2 H-l-10 o-.t-o-e H-8-7-G-4'2 0-4 SOlmi-DCALIR S-7-4 „ n-x-u-5 n-K-|.».7-M [AST S-K-9-6 tt-A-9-3 0-JO* .* Through wildly cheering throng?, down gaily bedei* :d streets, between thousands of royal soldiers 1 glittering aimor, moved this open carriage wliicli b>.'.»shl Holy'- ne.xt queen—then Princess Mario-Jo. o( Belgium—through Home to her tuuire home In 1*15 Qulrlna! Palace. In the royal carriage with her. shown above, were her Ijethvotlicd. Crown Prince Humbert, and Crown Prince l^apoM and Crown Princess Aslrld of Belgium, who had just, arrived from Bru&clE for the regal wedding ceremony. Every public appearance el the ruynl couple wtis sufficient to Jam [he streets and sidewalk with thounnds of cheering Romans. Bn*k Near vMarkrd Trrr MARRED TREE. Ark., Jan. 20. I (UP)—More than 200 men worked I today In an effort 'to close up a I break tn the St. Francis river levee ] ten milss south of here. Water was pouring through a l!i I loot gap discovered late Sunday. I Should :he break widen thousands I of acres in the loiver St. Francis | valley would be inundated. Engineers in charge of'the work I expressed confidence the break I would be closed. The river here was I falltnf and It was believed tlie worst I of the flood was over. leart Trouble Proves Fatal to Charley Drake Charley Drake. 50, died at his home. Ill East Rose street at 2 i'clcck this morning following n onu illness of heart trouble. Tlie diseased Is survived by his widow. Mary Drake, two duaghter. oldie May and Ruby; two sons.!—. . • r" T\- SammiB Lee nnd Charles; three hllley Cartwnght DlCS stepsons, George. Clarence and Mil- arc! Williams; a step-daughter, Addie Garner, his mother. Martha Jane Drake, a brother, Marcus Negligent Fireman Jailed CARACAL, Rumania. (UP)— IWliUe members of the fire brigade- 1 were busy "wettin.i; their whistles" J In a hearby saloon, the local firc- use.wlth all equipment wa.s'burn 1 ed to the ground. The firemen re- I (urnpd home In time only to re- Te thB information that all ol I their peraonal belongings had gone I ^p In Bmok« together with the fire I uuck. They were arrested by po- 1 Itcetnen «ho had been battling thr 1 I flames tn vain for almost an limr Reid Courier News Want Ads. announced here today by Dr. Tail UHllcr. leader of the drive. Hcpresenlatives of agricultural extension departments also havo been invited. "We will discuss what products ^can best be siiks-Uluted Jo:-the ex- r cess cotton acreage," Dr. Butler, a ' member of the new $30.000.000 cotton corporation board, snid. of Spinal Meningitis Finlcy Cartvrrlghl jr.. 11-year-old I Drake and Lilly Marshall and Mrs.! son of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cart-! Maude Taylor, -sisters; all of Can- (wrighl of Osccola. died at the Mem- j "»s inspection, nellon, Ind., and a sister. Susie phis Isolation hospital at, 3 o'clcok Marshall of Petcrsbiug, Ind. Funeral arrangemenk are incomplete, according to the Gobi) Undertaking company. id's Annual Egg Bill At 16,000,000 Poundt LONDON IUP)—Six billion eec'i is the consumption or Orrat Britain. Tile ministry of atjrlcnl- tuvc says that CIC.OOO.QOO wortli o! eggs v are imported cvcrj' your. South Africa Is the lending empire egg producing section. While South Africa sends Ircsh eggs to Great, Britain withoi'.l the use of cold storage they nevertheless are subject to a rigid dominion inspection. Eggs, coining from the Conof Europe do not undergo The haiul wiis played nl contract, no score, netttuT sule vulm-rublc. South, the clmler. bid uiio dlamontl. Wett two s|iadcs. North pawed, East bid thrvc &p.n|fs. South passed, und VWit bill four spmU-s wlileli c!os«l the vunlvuctliig !\s nil passul North oucticd lits p;irlr.cr's suit the four of diamonds, dummy played Use nine, mid South now knows thin West has tin- »ce unit ueen of illamonds. West, (he de- larcr, wins ilia trick *.*.;» tlrj luecn of iliatnonds.'Wesl ucw lends he deuce of spades, which Is won ,u the duiiuny with the WIIK ol spades, Hie six of .spades Is lee Mill Meet January 24 to Plan Acreage Cut MEMPHIS, 'Jan. 20. (UP)— Representatives of cotton cooperative associations In southern states will meet here January 2-4-to map out plans 'for a campaign to reduce cotton acreage, this year, it ran . WVIJIM- MTY (his morning following a brief ill- U.U.kKIN MIX ness from cercbro spinnl ineiiin-! CAlJSf'j Or SlOllACH jllis. Funeral servicis will be held in a;ceola Tuesday at 2 p. m. The lad became ill Thursday unit prompt diagnosis showed the disease so he was remuved to Memphis Immediately. Rr-sldes his parents, he is survived by numerous other relntivss including one sister and one brother who Itve in Osceola and an aunt, Mrs. Virgil Greene, of this city. Simple glycerin, buckthorn bark saline, etc.. as mixed hi Adlerikn acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel, removing poisons you ncvci thought were thure and whlcl caused gas and other stouiacl trouble. Just ONE spoonful re lievcs GAS, sour stcmach, sick headache and constipation.' Don- take medicine which cleans onl PART of bowels, but let Adlerlka .Rive you a REAL cleaning and sei Beethoven composed ,scme of hi51 how good you feet 1 It will sur ratcst works when he was deaf, j prise yon! City Drug Stole. Adv. 6 irom dummy and 'won In the de- cUrer'j hand with the queen, which i picks up all the opponent's cpades. The declarer 'now Huum that South, In ord?r lo bid a diamond, would have lo have the ace of dubs and the king and. qutcn of hearts, and he abo lias South marked for the klnn of diamonds. ' The Jack of hearts 'Is now ted : by West, the declarer; North pUys | tin- six, till- dummy llu- tlittf, i Soulli wins the trick with the queen • of heath. South Is now up agalmt 1 ii very bud proposition, lie diwin't i Ilk i' to lend Into the heart tcnoco. ; Mi; knows that the declarer hiw thi- Me utid six of diamond* because North, hla partiifr, opcntd f top of tils partner's bult. If ne U-iidj u diamond, the de &TLT will make both diamond* nnd 'of course the kud of 'he ac« ul clubs, M'ltliin the king, look very Inli-ri-stlinf. But thq i-lurer Iliully Delects (he dUimoni suit, hoping that Hi partner mn te uble'lo ui't in :i nitf. The cinta of diamonds I: led to South, declarer ploys the nix North the five'of clubs, nnd d> clurer nitvs the trick with the 1 of diamonds In the dummy. Of- | clnrcr now Irail-i the nine of spndi's, South discards (he dcucs o! dlamonils, West wins *1th the 1U of spades. North discarding the seven of heurls. Three rounds of spades arc now led by declarer and the three small clubs dh- > carded in Die dummy, South dU- irdj the three diamonds. The ace of diamonds Is now led r West, the declarer, nnd South now squeewd. If he discards Jie live of hearts, uolh hearts will •.food In the dummy. If he din- nrt)s the Jack of clubs, the de- Urrr will lead R dub nnd South 111 be forced to lend into the ten- gee of hearts. West therefore umkcs six spade.i, ut as hi> only bid four, he .scores V) for trlcXs, 1W for two over- rtcks, 300 lor rnini', nnd 100 tudri or hoiwrs, for a tolul of UJO point; « Enlist Here (or Service in U. S. Army Six young men. »lio 'enlisted lr tit! United Stalls urmy ul the lo cal recruiting si:iiio:i last week, lave txx'h sent to tl:clr torls. . Of this number, live venl to Fori DC? Mollies, In, They V.ITC: Clnr. ence E. Dlckson, of l!lytli:v!llc. son of J. S. Dlckson ol l.uxoru; Wllbn 3liapmun. of \\trv. in-phew of Mrs Eva Chapman; l-'rinuls Liberty l)nr von of Hollinid, Mo., .ton u[ S. A Barren; Dclberi llcndi'rson Vnugtn of .Uoonevllli'. Ark., and Coy An drew Ulivson, ol Jackson, Tciin. Martin I.. Clark who rc-imtlbled alter bctvlnti (hveo years In ilw Philippine Iilumis. «us si'iil (o Poi'l Luavf nwortli.' K-.insas. His home Is In Mnnplils. Lirru; ROCK-O. o. gent iu charge of the Southwest- rn Arkansas district, will represent the. Arkaiua-s Extenilcn 8er- 'Ice at the agricultural outlook con- erence January 20 to 26 at Wosh- ngton under auspices or the !ed- jral Department, of Agriculture, ' cents EAD COLDS Mth to boUinc *Mcf wd Ukil* r* | alw aoufC N visas MIlllON JAM USiP YIARUf Miserable With Backache? Too Often It Warn* of Ditordered Kidneyt. A CONSTANT bacUch*. with kidney irrrguUntie*. »nd a etiff, •chy. worn-out f«1in* *H too often warn uf disordered kttineyi, Don't take ehfcncej) Jlctp your kulncyi with JJocn'j Pills, Recommended the world over. Sold by dealer! everywhere. * 50,000 Users Endorse Dotn's: Mri. Fr.nc.. Will man, UJ MUm A»., KBTWBB Clip, KanMi. M>R: "Mr l*clc kuit ** }>•<! iMt M«imn(« I c ' " . y rt*t at Mlflil. E3u*»'i PilU T+* BM f«l M Wtll U •¥«." DOAN'S PILLS Red Ball Barber Shop A First Class Shop With First Class Barbers Giving. First Class Service At'the Following Prices Shave - - - - - Tonics ------ 25c Hair tut - - - - - 25c S. W. (SIE) LIGGETT, Prop. on the ice its GRACE/ in a cigarette its TASTE/ l.IIEcasyijracefnls\vingofthesknter has years of training behind-it. Equally, the smooth sparkling -zest of Chesterfield is no chance affair. Tobaccos are chosen for mildness, for fragrance, for wholesome flavor—then patiently aged and mellowed, exactly blended and cross-biended. And unvarying good taste is the constant result—quite naturally, when every step of every process has good taste as its goal: "TASTE above evert/thing" SUCH POPULARITY MUST BE DESERVED A '»»> Uootrr 4 MVM MILD, y« . .. and yet THEY SATISFY

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