The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1930 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 15, 1930
Page 5
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_SATUKDAY, NOVEarBRIj_._16,J9_30_ BI.YTHEV1LLE, (AltK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE ' Q" o AND BUSINESS ACTIVITIES Trade, Build and Invest In Blytheville "A City of Optimists' Your 'Cooperation will help make Blytheville mightier. Green Wave Is Ocean of Poison /Vgain This Year In all tlie gibbering excitement caused by Alabama's undefeated Crimson Tide eleven, ninny have overlooked tills great Tulane aggregation, unconqucred except by Northwestern in cm early sea son contest. Tulane holds second place In tlie Southern Conference standing and if they ye; around Georgia on Nov. 15. Lie Greenies will have easy sailing right down to the finish. They were conference champions a year ago and may gain a half-share in the honor again this fall. The above photo shows the Green Wave's first eleven: front row, left to rislu—Dalrymple, Upton, Scafide, Roberts, Bodenger, McCance, Holland; rear, left to right—Glover, Fells, Duwson, Zimmerman. Germany's Soldiers-12 Years After the War Irish Free State , Favors U. S. Goods 'ustodian Praises Life Lincoln's Father ol wen done in the pnsl, as he was as worthy of the name Lincoln us Ills wife, Nnncy Hanks, -the Colonel said, I-'RANKlilN, Ind. (UP!—Thomas -uroln, fntlicr of Abraham Ltn- 'olii, was not the shiftless, Indo- man history deplpts him. Col. If]belt Wells Fay, custodian of tlie ..Incoln Memorial, Sprint-Held, ill., old Raymond If. Sellers, editor of ttic Franklin star, who visited tlie >lirine. "I have talkttl to personal friends o: Mr. Lincoln's father, mid (Ins Is :lieir opinion and history shows thai he built seven houses, eiu-h Imvr llinu the hist," Col Fay said. "Anyone doing that much work couldn't be Bood-for-nothing." There is no reason to .gloss over H'.c lilc of Thomas Lincoln as has At present there me 100 national and several nfllllntod unions nnd severnl hundred bodies known as local trude and federal labor unions affiliated with the. American Federation of Labor, NEW ORLEANS. (UP)—The Irish Free Stale prefers to trade with the United States, everything being!, Major James B. Holl- wey, representative of the United States Shipping Board, and member of the Port, of Authority, Dublin. Ireland, believes. Major Hollwey was here after a tour of the Atlantic and Gulf parts. "However, much of the trade which would otherwise come to the ' United States will probably be j diverted because of the high cost' of American products due to the cost of living here," he said. Cool Days Mean Greater Appetite The body needs'more food in cold weather. What is nioi'B appealing flian » good lender steak, jiofalocj cooked golden brown and u cup of Die coffee Unit lias made us famous. Jimtnie O'Brien's Cafe Fish nud Oysters Kead Courier News Want Adj. I B IM IN for oil and gas. Wo invilc you to try our service. Tire repairing, greasing and washing. WE SELL DAYTON THOROUGHHUKI) TIUES. Tom W. Jackson Ash at Second St. Phone 8 Dixie Church Wins Contest Prize Twelve years after the close of the war that ended so disastrously for German arms, German soldiers are still undergoing (he stiff drilf that marked (he German army of old days. Tiiese photos show rtcent scenes in connection with the training of the Rc;chswehr, the German regular army. Above is a platoon drawn up in a barracks smiarc; below, two machine gunners ready lor action. Fought Pirates .Vi'.l llcmptiis flurcaa rooks- liko an oil warrior, doesrrt her .Robert "Under Foil," O'N'^If slxivc, liattlc-Ecarrcd'otilha was, n-lio once fought CLlncso- pit ] roles' in his adventuresome exploit! [ from the Arctic lo the Soultr Seas, is now living in a quiet life ot retirement at ttio Shelby County Hog. • pilal, at Memphis, Tenu; li.AKF.I) IltCDIILHOG SERVED MANSFIEMJ ( Nottinghamshire* Kn». lUPI — Bnkcd hedgehog ira 1 ; served at the annual dinner of the Stvalnmotc society which was formed to keep alive old customs and tradilions. WOMAN CLAIMS JIEDAI. ! tests during the war. claims to he ROCHESTER (Kent) En<* (UP) * hc on! >' woman entitled to wear -Mrs. Charlotts Whale, wounded jt&e Mercantile Marine medal, by shrapnel in the iast Zeppelin j "" raid, and who passed barge-maw 1 Read Couiier News want ads. CHURCH RECEIVES LIQUOR WINCHESTER Eng. <U!>>— A bottle o[ whisky and a hoille of i beer \vere among other gifts that • reposed on a table In front of the : pulpit of Hyde parish chi;rch here jin celebration of the annual har- |yest feast. Taxpayers of District 17 You will profit by a substantial saving if you redeem your Delinquent Tuxes Now while special concessions are being offered for a limited time only. Penalty and Interest Remitted The 25 poi- cent penalty and the (i per cent interest charge will bo remitted on nil payments of dclimiucnt taxes made up to December 15, 1930, provided thLs year's tax is paid. ' In addition the attorney's fee on dclimiucnl tax payments in the Osccohi district lias been rctliiretl from 2o per cent to 10 per cent, to ecu-respond with the fee in the Chickasawba district. Tax Rate Reduced For 1931 There will lie a reduction in the drainage tax rale from 7 'per cent to 5 per cent, with a possibility of a 4 per cant rate, ull'cctivu on taxes payable next year. Improved Flood Protection Improved flood protection is being provided through recapping of 15 miles of IJig Lake levee, at a contract price, of $2.i,fif)0. In addition a contract will bu let shortly for removal of drift from the district's outlet fit Kivcrvale. and a clam will be thrown across the district's channel at the Missouri state lina to divert the main force of the current from flic Big Lake levee, into the main channel of Big Lake. Your Cooperation Invited As receiver for the district I will welcome the co-opsration of nil land owners in a program looking toward tiie district's physical and financial rehabilitation. Payment of current and delinquent taxes under lhc favorable terms outlined above will be l<> the advantage of all iiropcrly will assist in putting your drainage district in belter i-oiuli- uwners, and will lion to serve you. Clifton H. Scott Receiver A.S. Barboro&Co., Inc. Blytheville, Ark. Wholesale FRUITS — NUTS — VEGETABLES BEANS — PEAS Serving southern merchants over fifty years. Phone 920. Second and Rw«. € € A L S1PSEY SATISFIES Also Other High Grade Coals Buchanan Coal Co* Office Phone 107 Residence 717 Exclusive distributors in this territory for the famous WOODSTOCK , typewriter. Ask for a demonstration. H. G. WICKHAM 1'hone 231. BLYTHEVILLE TYPEWRITER CO, DRINK DR. PEFEER IN HOTTLES IT'S GOOD FOR LIFE NUGRAPEBOTTL- ING COMPANY Mister I can save you $1 per ton if you'll buy your coal iiow" Don't Wait 'Till Winter S$»C.L Bennett & Co. Feed and Coal Phone.64 210 W. Main Westinghouse Radio See and Hear It At Walpole Electric Co. • - - Phone 314 WK DRY CLEAN OR "DYE 'ANYTHING Blytheville Laundry Phone 327 Chicago Mill M Lumber Corporation

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