The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 24, 1936
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' f -lt •,.->X--t3 SQ \&9ii' > i 'AT/^*1 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1936 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS f< Work Relief Funds Will Be Exhausted Before the End of Januaiy By KICHARI) L. HARKNKSS United Press Staff Correspondent WASHING'TON; (UP)—President Roosevelt faiics the necessity today of seeking a new work-relief appropriation almost immediately: after emigres convenes Jim.: 5. Tlic Works; Progress Administration will be without funds by Jan, 20, its $1.425,030.000' ftirid :«x- I Isausled in just half the tliiieVthe! senate and house expected ,^ | The new appropriation' \\l\\ 'finance unemployment '-aid • until July 1, 1937, the start of, the new fiscal year. Later .In the. session, Mr. Roosevelt will ask for more money of Congress to continue the progrum Into 1937-1938. WPA . Administrator Harry L. Hopkins steadfastly refused to rc- vcal the administration's futme re- plans, except'to predict tlmt costs could be cut 20 pci cent because of rising pilvate employ- incut. Half Billion l.ikelv Indlcatlohi were, however, tliat Mr. Rooseielt would seek at least $500,090,000 to meet work proj"cl costf, during the next six months, and from $750,000,000 to $1,000,000,001) for the 12 months after July 1. If those figures are correct, they will represent drastic reductions in Mork relief spending Although relief rolls declinedVdiirihg 193G by approximately 10 pei cent, costs went up. Between July 1, 1936, and Dec 11, the government spent $1;127,486725 under the v.ork program During the same period ofr 1935, relief expenditures amounted to $899,162,502, or $228,324,223 less. The difference'Is'-explained,- officials said, in the fact that the work program, more expensive than the dolft system, was just getting.un- derway in (935 and operated full force In 1936. • Lumping relief expenditures with money spent for recovery activities bi the government, U B Treasury figilres show that 193G cosls were below 193D, $1.259927,728 as compared to $1,524;845,890. , Twehe Recoiery Agencies Relief and recovery agencies included Adjustment Administration, Farm Credit As. sociation, Federal Emergency Re- fc-^ef Administration; Civilian Con. serration <>'Corps, Public Works, Administration, Works,' Progress Adniiru$1j|ttoh, Rural Electilfica- licn AdnjtniStration, Home Owners Loin Corporation, Fcrtera' Housing Administration, Resettlement Administration; Heconstruc- Fcr Reliei' and Recovery A treasury recapitulation of relief mid recovery the period between July l and Dec, 11 In bolli 193(i expenditures for mill 1935 .shows: AgrlruKui-JI Aiil •Agency • AAA Comino'JIty Credit Corp. . Farm Credit Adm. Federal Land Batiks . PERA Civil' Works A£m. • Emergency Conservation . DsiKinirijiH o! Ajnuiltur: Boulder . Cinyon Loans nncl grants Loans to railroads Pubiic Highway.} River and harbor work .. Rural Electrification WPA . . . All oilier , Aid Home loan system Emergency housing FHA . Resettlement Subsistence homesteads Export-import bank For Industrial Recovery R1C . ... .... '1VA ... Totals IS::G .$ •36I2.IH4 <J(i,3GO,2!2 .... 12,053,022' 27,154,113 Mrtlrf 8,697,215 169,855 .. . . 50,014,304 . .. 203,001 'uliltc Works 5,734,0(54 97,233,605 3,237,109 11(5,130,080 .. .. 64.080,520 2.003,724 .. 897,431,835 . . 180.91G.999 to Home Owners . . 13,383,015 .. .. 15,207.818 7.GS3.7C5 08 099 806 IB Miscellaneous 223.493 . . . . 10.088 209,010,722 $1,259.927,723 1935 5 56,525,417 153,801,744 25,893,845 24.3CO.30i 444,239.519 338,353 -232,245,710 1,852.380 7.H70.535 13,751,308 22,305,408 1 30,303,5 M 69.870,972 234,915 131,210.788 iQD.on.un 29,074,010 15,889,624 5.821.0CO 17 COS 147 413i212 6,353.984 4.451.664' 5.086.618 23,025,372 $1,524,845,890 Manila cly — Personal •PAGE THREE W. Cowans from Mnnltii mnde reports. v, John Harrison, wns the •»s(or In ehnvge. nofitny from Little Rock, ArK. to B|»jicl th« liolidays with hor hro- liipi', Itciiry SniKli. Mrs. Olurcncc Ashnljrntmcf Tho Epwoi'lh Leagua of tho Ir^i _ MtUiodlsL church presented, cn'ndlc light service In the ilmrcli Sunday evening portraying i pictures of Ihe world, one before Christ and one after Christ, ^un 'I'licnms was director of the iircgrum and Anlla Cownns and L Ldn Beriy were leaders of Ihe ,vo parts. Immediately following IhLs pv«- ..mauun l?ev. I'otter, presiding elder of the JonesljorO district, preached a sermon approprwve After tho service the quarterly jomerwicc wns hejd In the uvidt- lorlnin. The officers from .St. Johns as well as those from Manila made reports. Jim David nml Mrs. Clarence R. David from St. joi.iiK made rcport-s. Preddlc, Powell anil Jflnies Coals and Mrs. B. Tline will be n Christmas Tree leilalncd hei Sundny Sehobl clnsj, i'.uly nl\en bj the Metlio<Hsl, wllh a. On Minns Irte and l>»ity Chiueli membeis Thunday night lodny in the Community center, in Ihe local church. U Is n vol-| Mr. imd Mis Clcve McMnhan uiilcci inoKrnin S|»cli\l cafols announce tliu With of i\ son. He liavc been arranged. * * : # Sam Lane of CrossoU, Ark,, [oimeily of Manila, .spent llio weekend here visiting friends. He M( Monday to visit lib mother l In Niishvlllo, Term. Li'e Carter and family left'Tile's- I day morning to visit Mr. and Mrs, S. T. llatncld and family of Uql- Ivor, Tcnii. Mr, and Mrs, nodd and daxigli- ti 1 : 1 . Miss Mury Florence, : Mls.-ies weighed 12, pounds nml lias licen cliilslciipd .Victor v Wylle. Mr. and Mr«.' Roland llnidley of Conwuy, Ail< , will Iho wny, Aik, was a business vlMtoi In Manila' Tuesday." Mrs Mai Urn Woijlmm, \\)>o has UP™ .seilomly 111, H lopgrlrtl improving. Mis Helen I/roeiy of Blylhcvillo was called to Manila- on account COLDS FEVER '"' (if tho «tealh of WiiriuW'Pddic U([M> Tftb , 0(S) ,$&£'* (Salve, Noss props, , mlnuiw I ijy >'Kub-My-'l Ism'—Worlds Read Courier News Wnnt Ads ' HMl liniment 666 H •i •"•' -- ' i.l '•:":!,! ,-v >1 •*",, Olnhlmns holidays v\lth Dr, mid Mri w. p. Hutching and family, nml Mi. and Mis. lilll Ainislroiig. Mis. Bindley Is the foimer UOsn Orlnc' Hiitchlns, Mr. mid MIS. J nines' cost ne r announce the With Dccemlier 18 of n Hill She weighed 0 pounds mid Ims not yet 'been •niniicd, und llclllo Uedwell uhdj Mr. and Mrs. Carl Uinitiert MI- AnltB cowan ipent Monday In'nouncc the iinlval of a yoiinlj .Memphis | son lie' weighed U pounds and Wcodion Smith, Tin Harris, and lias been named Jeiry Wayne. I Howard Smith returned Tuesday I JJev, Ira Ihumlcy, Olreclor of fioiu Yiima, Mi, where they Chilstlan Education In tho Noun have teen ' 'working for ..... - Noun 1 several Arkansas Conference, fiom Con- Mlss Mnrle. Sinltli arrived Wcd- tion Finance; Corpsralion; Tenncs- ;ee Valley Authority. The futme of the goverment's work-relief policy will bs revealeu • 'Vheii Mr. Roosevelt asks CoiiBressi for moic money foi the next sK I montliR. If he asks ft, sinaller sum,! the.action will mean a general paring of relief rolls' from thb current 3,450,000-person mark. i cut in the .number supported on \government-flnanccd. projects will bring immediate protests from two groups — the workers themselves who would'be forced to'look elsewhere for employment, and city mayors seeking to have the government continue its heavy spending to provide for their 'needy. Job Order liesdncled The administration sought to trim its job lists by 175,000 persons early this month, but uai forcad to rescind the .order'under a barrage of complaints from organized needy and municipal executives. Today . . . th LUTHERAN HOUR! K L C N Chi istmas Moining, 8:^15 ICvciy Sunday, 3'30 P. M. Speaker Dr. Walter A. Maier Concordia Seminaiy, St. Louis Music by the LUTHERAN HOUR CHORUS EVERY "SlfNDlSY SAME HOUR Other Church Services' Clmshnas Eve, 7:30 I'. M Clmslmas Morning, 6 A M. ORDER A CASE TODAY! MADE WITH ARKANSAS RICE Distributed by MIDWEST DISTRIBUTING CO^, Blyihcville, Ark. •'.; - - phone OS Merry Christmas Christmas would scarcely be complete without expressing our deep appreciation for your pn- tronapc and wish- In|T you and 'yours the most of Christmas Joy. JACKSON BEAUTY SHOP North Second St. Continued prosperity and {jrca^er happiness for everyone in l?lythe\illc is our sincere wish for the holiday seas-on. We also take this opportunity to thank >ou for vour business of the past year. PALACE CAFE 217 W. Main ' C. H. Kinn, Mgr. NOTICE AVe will not close our storage clept. on phristmas Day hut will remain open to serve you as usual. Our service station wijl close Christmas Day from 10 a. m. 'till 5 p. m. •',.'. • ' • - i " " Our staff of employes send their Greetings for the Holiday and Wish Everybody a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year JOYNER MOTOR SALES CO. HAND KNITTED SUITS for DOLLS i Skirt, Sweater and Hat 82 and $2,50 Ordcra Delivered for Chrislmni Sjicciiil I'Attorns fqr Shirley Temple Dolls MRS. LESLIE HOOPER Call 792 , '1109 Chickasawha PROM YOUItFIURND O. C. GANSKE "The Shoe Man" SOLVING Our Heartiest GREETINGS We cannot let the old year pass without a message of thanks to am- patrons We do not send the message as a matter of form, hut hec.iuse we sincerely appreciate our friends and want you to know tlmt you have meant much to us during the past year. ' FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY / , Phone 12 Clarence H. Wilson Harvey Morns HARRY BAILEY SAYS "MERRY CHRISTMAS" We thank you all for your business and hope you will continue to let us serve you as we have in the past. '- './'•- SPECIAL PRICKS GOOD THROUGH DEC. 26 MOUNT VERNON RYE, 1 ' 5 yrs, old Regular price S2.50. Pint ..;'". KENTUCKY COLONEL, 17 yrs. old, Regular price $4.00. Pint .'.'...: '.'; liOONE'S KNOLL, 18 yrs. old, Regular price $5.00. Pint . GREEN RIVER, 7 yrs. old, Regular price $2.50. Pint .'.' ; OLD OVERHOLT, 7 yrs. old, Regular price $2.50. Pint GRAND MACNISH, 10 yrs. old, Imported Scotch. §6 pint for , OLD FORESTER, 4 yrs. old, Regular price $3.00. Pint ..'...' 3 FEATHERS, 8 yrs. old. Canadian Bottled in Bond. Reg. $3.00. Pint OLD SCHENLY, 5 yrs. old, Regular price $5.00. Pint WHITE HORSE SCOTCH, . Regular $5.00 p«r Fifth .... GREEN RIVER, 2 yrs. old. Quart ...'..., JJLACK HAWK, 6 yrs. old, Regular price S2.25. Pint ...'. , COGNAC BRANDY, Just 50 Boltleii • Left. Per Fifth .; $1.95 13.25 $3.50 $1.75 $1.75 $3.60 $2.50 $1.75 $2,25 $3.60 $1.75 $1.89 $1.00 STATE LINE - AT'THE ARCH AND FAMLY THE IDEAL OIFTt THEATRE' COUPON BOOK For the family or friends, GOOD ANY TIMEI $260 and $500 Ritz & Roxy Theaters (Toasters, Percolators, Mixers, Irons, 1 Roailen,, Coffee Makers, "vYnirie Irons, Sandwich Qrllli, Iflmps, Vacuuiri Cleaners, Electric Ranges, Tree Light Outfits and Replacement Bulbs, All Kinds of Toys, Electrio Trains, Wlndlni; Toys, Doll Dishes, Trucks, \yagoiui, ToySto\es, Automobiles and,Tricycles. Walpole Electric Shop Z08 W. Main Phone 314 '.'The Complete '.Electrical Store" » * * Let a, New Dod^e Car Say "Merry ohrislmaV'j to Horl Thli gift uould serve the entire family. Barnett Auto Sales » « i ^f(lke Her Happy "With A Permanent! $2 50 up. WORK GUARANTEED. ELAINE BEAUTY SHOP • « • Nothing Viould be nicer than to give Her a HOME for a Clirhlmas glftl A small cash payment will buy ony of our attractive homes listed. Thomas Land Cp, A COPY OP THE OEtfTENNIAL EDITION 'of the COURIER NEWS would make a clever v Cnrlstm.T thought for friends and relatives living elsewhere They are lOo each or ^e will mall coplei anywhere In the United btntes for 18c, Including cost and postage., Call 006 Give Her Fiesta 'Ware! ^^ Tlmt new china, In colorful shades, , l( ,» which Is the newwt thlrfg, ' t «l; PLATES, 30c UP ^ - x.-vi Other pieces as Inexpensive. ,<^js, Other dishes moderately priced. Hubbard Hdw. Co. ^ •' • • , ', Mothers Love to Look Pretty! (yilj Give Her ft Permanent.^ f .-»W EI.AINE BEAUTY SHOP >"' * * • *'~ -fe Mother or Dad's Christmas jn»jr,Y7v> bo brightened by glvliiK, »>', 7- tcr vision, A gift of properly,, t "^'-"| tilted Glasses will be appreciated ,„"**•' every day In the year, V "• '" ^ u^p Drs, Wert and Wert „? A SUBSCKIPTIOH-'^ ' a!a . <¥= SEND "HER" TO T51E COURIER A Xmas gift which flill come dally. Call 3(W for Rules" .'. t-,i • 32-plece Genuine ' . .JAPANESE OHJrfA-$395 3. Attractive,Patterns Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. 1 l * • • ' r Before' 'making your' Christmas purchases- see the 'Largest and Most Complete Stock of Gift Merchandise In Northeast Arkansas. FAHKHUKST'S ''•"•• ' Everything Points To .PONTIAC 'For Christmas America's finest loy-prlced car makes America's finest, Christmas Giftl, - , Joyner Motor Sales Co. Gifts She'll Lovel Coty's or Evening in Paris Face Powder, Compacts, Lipsticks, Manicure Sets, Atomizers, Perfume, Toilet Sets, Cutex Sets, Cranes' Candles. FOWtER DRUG CO. Pretty clothes make Her look better, but one of our permanents will make Her look beautiful. She'll be happy Christinas with a new Permanent. We Give Machlneless Permanent^ JACKSON'S BEAUTY SHOP '' SEND "HER" A SUBSCRIPTION TO THE COURIER NEWS A Xmas gift which will come dallv, Call 306 for Rates ' Brass, copper and Chromium, all priced low, but very smart and modern. Also Silver and Glasswere, Vanity Sets, Compacts, Costume Jewelry, Lamps, Pictures, Novelties, Pottery, Artificial Flowers, Even* Ing Bags, Candlesticks, Vases, Leather Handbags, Fitted Zipper Cases. Week-cria Cases, Purses, : Butova and Elgin Wrist Watehes, Dinner Rtngs and Diamonds, Pat OUryant, Jeweler Who Wouldn't Appreciate '/'These? ' Corona Portable Typewriter Wate rma n Fountain : Pen A. Wi .Faber .4-color' Mechanical Pencil Respirator Chair'Cushlon: Leather Zipper Case Ace Stapling Machine YOU'LL FIND THE NEWEST OFFICE EQUIPMENT. AT Acton Printing Co. 122 N. Second Phone II : * . * Remember your friends with a gift of good liquor this ChrlMnus. We have the best -whiskies,, brandies, wines, etc., on .the market Bottles already ifixed up in special holiday gift- boxes. CAMP MODI/TRIE LIQUOR SHOP 1 . . * ; ' New Belt Sets, Leather Billfolds, Military' Sets, Diamonds, Rings, Fountain Pens and Pencils, Pocket and Wrist Watches, Cigarette Cases and Lighters. Pat O'Bryant, Jeweler - ' '.'*...»•: 4> ' . Make illm Happy With Cigars In special Christmas boxes, Humidors, Razors, Leather Bill Folds, Flashlights, Clocks, Pen and Pencil Sets, Belt Sets, Lapel Watches, Fountain Pens, Smoke Stands, Tie Hacks, Desk Sets; Pipes, Thermos Bottles. FOWLER DRUG CO. • ' ' • * ' * ' Fine Liquors Make Fine Gifts! Our stock Includes such brands as Canadian club, Cascade, Old Taylor, Old Grand-Dad, Old Schenley, Kentucky Tavern, Walker's DeLuxe, Imported Rum, Imported Benedictine, Imported Cremc Do Menthe, Garrett's and California Wines, Brandies of all kinds. CROSSTOWN WHISKY SHOP • *..•». A COPY OF THE CENTENNIAL EDITION of tile COURIER NEWS would make a clever Christmas thought for friends and relatives Hying'elsevrhere. They are lOo each or •we will mall copies anywhere In tho United States for ISc, Including cost and postage. Call 308. A COPY OP THE OENTENNIAL "^ EDITION of Jho COUHIER MEWS-"-'t>'fi would make n clever Christmas'" ">'.S thought>for frlenrts.and relatives *"'.',' llvlne; elsewhere. Tliey are lOo cacti • ~>,' { or ^o ^111 mail copies anywhere ^^^ In the. United States for 18o, J , ln-""'Jir^ eluding cost and postage. Call 3M. V' Coastei Wagon $2.75 ~ 33x15 Roller Heavy Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. C Big line of Wagons, Autos, c>c!es, Skates, Scooters, I 22 Rifles, Pocket Knives," „ ... lights, Watches, Hunting Knlvesf^™* ' Buck Jones and Daisy Air Gunv^jp Boy Scout Knives and Axes. "vSQ: Burke Hardware Co. """• "We Stll For less" *-, =>*-_, * High grade pobble grata leather, valve bladder. Official size $1.50 Shouse-Henry Hdw. Co. VISIT OUR TOYLAND! Biggest In Northeast Arkansas smpkle stock of Dolls, Wagons, Trlcjdes, Scooters, Doll Buggies, ' Desks, Air Guns, Blackboard. 1 !, Hec-~ trio Trains, Cars, Flro Trucks, Rocky Horses, Mechanical Toys, Musical Toys. KIRKINDALL'S : -V

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