The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1930 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 22, 1930
Page 5
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, -1930 BLYTHRVILL'E. (ARK.) COURIER MEWS PAGE THREES-. «-^ T7 ——— ~ : -.--*— ; ^_ . ; _JVAGE_THREE;- BLYTHEVILLE'S INDUSTRIAL AND BUSINESS ACTIVITIES Trade, Build and Invest In Blytheville ^A City of Optimists'' Your Cooperation will help make Blythevillc mightier. ; Figures in Threatened Political Upheaval in Hungary" 11111% the rigors of winter driving" and the dangers of frozen, cooling systems will do any godil unless such ' precaution is accompanied by extreme care ami lack o( liastc In the operation of the automobile. Haste and impatience hrve caused considerable trouble with frozen cooling systems, despite the presence of an antl-freeze in it. It. is haste and impatience at starting, particularly in the morning, that has resulted in sucli trouble. In our hurry io get away,' we fall to regard the fact that the motor has been In a cold garage over night fmd that it Is at Its most sluggish and dangerous stagb. It requires easy starting and warming up if we will avoid freezing or jumpy operation at the beginning. In our haste, also, we rely on the choke too much and as a result choke and overflood the car- , buretor and dilute the oil in the crankcase. There Is water in gasoline no matter fc«w much effort' Is being put into its refinement to I keep water out, and this water col- 1 With Royalist conspirators plarmiiii; to restore the Kapsburg throne of Hungary, these persons' must figure prominently' j n what°ver political upheaval-occurs if Archduke Otto who attained his royal majority of- 18 years, November 20, sjeks to mount the throne 'Hungary is a constitutional monarchy, but is without a king, and Genera! Julius Gcemfcoes (first picture)', "Minister of War' and Fascist' chlfe is -a leader of the movement to elect a ruler ouhlde the Hapsburg family, ihe late Emperor Charles, Archduke Otto (then crown prince) -and Empress Ziia are shown in the second photo as they locked.'after the coronation in 1916. Charles died in exile, but the Empress Zita has- long endeavored) to bring about the restoration of Otto, who is shown at the right in two recent photos (3 -and 5). He has been a Hcrthy. regent, who helped to restore the constitutional monarchy and who is rumored, to be a supporter of Otto's claim'to the throne, student'at the University of Louvain. No. 4 shov.s the most potent power In" the present Hungarian government -- 'Admiral Nicholas Aimee Goes Moorish-Builds $50,000 Home "J..' <btUv!.'i-; .;.' .••...".-•; • - -— : . ..i. i Bishop's Statement Brings, Denial or overfloodhig of .the carburetor.' • <• i Even with all this care, it Is good practice to test the crankcaiie oil every 600 miles In winter. Any use of the. choke may cauiie »ome dilution. Therefore there is heed of watching the oil more closely In winter when the choke Is used more often. • This is^.the new $50,000 home built ' along" Moorish architectural lines I for--Aimce. Semple McPherson,' fa- ! mous evangelist, at' Elsinore,' Calif. ' Floors'are said to be of. black glass; the'bathroom .is done in mother- of-pearl^ and Biblical scenes have been painted on the dining room walls, by noted artists; Draperies throughout the house are of black velvet. The house was completed during Mrs. McPherson's recent South American trip and is to be :;• occupied by her soon. Oklahoman Kills ;' Aged Buffalo L/iWTON, Okla. (UP)—"General Lawtpn," sole survivor of the origr Jnal; herd of buffaloes brought to the. Wichita National forest and : game preserve from the New York , Zoological Gardens in 1907. is dead, i Read Courier Neivs Want Ads. j Too feeble to rise from the ground, "General Lawton" was ordered killed by Supervisor Harry French. Guy Rouse, slate' taxidermist, slew tha veteran buffalo and wil' mount tine hsnti. It will be placed on display in the Oklahoma State Capitol. PICKS HIS OWN PEN ALBANY, N. Y. (UP)-When William Moore was sentenced by Police Court Justice Rogan to six months in county jail on his plea of guilt y!o passing two worthless of guilty to passing two worthless pass his life in Clinton prison, Dannemora. "If I go to that Jail, judge, I will take my own life," he said. mcnts of American Christianity. A recently-expressed opinion by Bishop William T. Manning, shown i here, that the Episcopal Church "is fundamentally and definitely C,v jtholic," brought direct renunciation I in the form of a statement from tlurteen Episcopal clergymen in his New York diocese. Participants in the action, without mentioning Bishop Manning, declared they 1s- jsued the letter in an effort to tafe- guard the fellowship between the Episcopal Church and all vital ele- crankcase may cause us a lot of trouble. The collection of water especially in the carburetor bowl will finally end in freezing overnight and failure to start altogether. • Then, no' matter how well prepared against winter we are so far aa the !cooling system is concerned, we have a hard task on our hands. A fnr-en carburetor bowl requires thawing out, then draining, before the car can be taken out. For It keeps the gasoline from coming through. 'Gasoline and' water in the lubricating oil in the • crankcase also means trouble, for it riot only thins put the oil, but freezes it. If the engine is started In a hurry, therefore, it will take some time for the thinned arid diluted oil to'come Up,to the cylinder walls and furnish -the lubrication BO irrgehtly needed at this time, The ehirine will heat.up top soon and the 'thermometer will be no true ,gauge of the' condition ofXthe 1 motor. : All Mil* can be prevented by-tak- taK.mueh more-lime In starting the car arid .by. using the choice Judiciously. • All thafg needed is patience ;and" a few extra', minutes.' , • The. right : 'way. 'to start. a" 'cold engine |s to retard-the spark, if it Is. not automatic, and advance the trie wheel .or dash about half -way.'Pull out the'choke cojjtrol-all the way and' press the starter button. • As soon as the engine Is started, the choke should be pushed half way back. The engine should then be allowed to warm up slowly with the choke in this half-way posl tion. .-, with fresh oil. It's well worth the time and cost. A-useful gift that a' child can make Mother' or.'any lady on he Christmas list Is a'clothes pin apron. ;..-.... MAKE IT YOURSELF .This apron ,fastens-' aJfpund"'the waist, .hta;-ly6'ple'atttj' pockets 't hold the/clothes pins' within reach without. h»'vii» txi ;ttoop' down .U) F * rttocy, st'9 n9 oio A?> 0^0> ; et them when hanging clothes ut -to dry. It takes less' thnn a yard to inkes a • clothes pin apron. Use ome staunch checked or flowered mterlal. Make the apron , 16 ichcs deep, with the pockets 10 nehcs deep. Each pocket should nve ft box pleat laid down the ilddlo of It, stitched In at the top and bottom. This can : bulge to hold more pins that a 1 flat OM'" would. -. . :< -.-. ,'..,_ Gather the apron onto'•••' belt and hi\ve tie «nds or-a-'couple-"of" buttons and button holes. -The UvU" ter Is better because there Is con- .. slc!erable stitiln |on the '.rtrlhg,' when you dive Into the pockets Ipr, pins. • ; . SUPERIOR COAL CO. Cherry & Railroad Phone A.S. Barboiro&Co., Inc. Blytheville, Ark. r- Wholesale FRUITS — NUTS - VEGETABLES "'""". • BEANS — PEAS Serving southern merchants over fifty years". Phone 920. Second and Rose, : DRINK DR, PEPPER IN BOTTLES IT'S GOOD FOR LIFE NUGRAPEBQTTL. ING; COMPANY tl"Hey Mister I can save you §L per ton if you'll buy : your coal now" S Don't Wait Till Winter Feed and Coal IP^C.L. Bennett& Co, ph one YEARS OF SERVICE People of Hlytheville have been served the best in foods by us for many years. We know how lo please your appetite and with that in mind we are still featuring, STEAKS, OYSTERS AND FISH. Jimmie O'Brien's Cafe Fish and Oysters COAl S1PSEY SATISFIES Also Other High Grade Coals Buchanan Coal Co. Office Phone 107 Residence 717 11 IVTIN for oil and gas. We invite you to try our service. Tire repairing, greasing and washing. WE SELL DAYTON THOROUGHBRED TIRES. Tom W. Jackson Asii at Second St. Phone 8 210 W. Main Westogbouse Radio See and Hear It At WalpoEe Electric Go. - - - Phone 314 WE DRY CLKAN OR DYE ANYTHING Blytheville Laundry Phone 327 Chicago Mill Ana Lumber Corporation

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