The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1936 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 6, 1936
Page 7
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.WEDNESDAY, MAY 0, 1936 E CUTS Council Adopted Ordinance Reducing • Levy from $1.30 to $1.15 CARUTHERSV1LLE, Mo. — The oily council Monday night adopted ai: OHlInnncc fixing the 1930 tax lew til $1.15 on the $100 assessed valuation, a reduction from . the 19:i5 levy, which was $1.30. Most of (he appointive offices were filled, the majority being renamed for another term. These Include: Victor Mnltourc, lire chief; Howard Sparks, fire truck driver; Mrs. Thclrim Harper, collector of waterworks office; L. E. Tlirupp, city engineer; Dr. O. Philips, city physician; Hugh England, superintendent of waterworks and street commissioner, will] salary Increase from $100 to $125 per month. Vcrnic Nichols was appointed special policeman until June 1. No nnnolntmcnls were made of city police, nor were the offices of city counselor and waterworks engineer filled. These, and the city clerk's office, arc to be pnts- cd on at the June council meeting. Tlic council approved a measure lo transfer $0,500 fr;m the waterworks fund to the general fund. Of the siim transferred. $1,500 will go to the current, debt mid expense account, which Is primarily for the retirement of shoe factory bonds, sold when the Brown shoe factory opened here. The remaining $5,000 was transferred, conncilmcn said, to defray expense of widening Ward Avenue. This slreet, the main thoroughfare of (lie city, is being widened ten feet for about 15 blocks. BIA'THEVILLB, (ARK.) COUIUKU NKWS German Army Parades Its Might .for Hitler Library Receives New Books lor International Mind Alcove i 'Hie nlythevllle public llbinry idoh governs (h»l Island? And ;lns received 11 number or new "In- those ot you who have rend "(in* uTiwtlonM Mind Alcove" book* < JunTo's • Moneybiiu' 1 will llko Ihu fioin the Carnegie Endowment lor new'story Im the tmw iniiiior- luieiuntlonal Pence. Five ot tho'culled OAIIMW.ITA SINCIS wlileh i>w books nro for ndulls nnd I Is nbout n girl In liollvln." vi'ii nrc for children. Tlic new volumes tor ndult.s ui'c; LAND WITHOUT SHANK, b\< Huns Itclfrllz, n story of ndvcn- ue In the remote desert comilry Yemen, In southern Arabln. " PAGE FIVS In the blggost military parade hell at Berlin since the World War, the army Ciliuiccllor Hitler brought into licinj in defiance cf treaties paid a gigantic trlurte to him on his 47th birthday. Pictured: passing In review, us Hitler (pointed out by arrow) .salutes tire n few of the vast array of tanks Hint Inspired crca'ds nlcng (he line of parade to their loudest cheers. Reviewing Fast Motor Units Facts About Arkansas i:iylhcville high school students are centering their attention on Arkansas history in preparation for the Centennial pageant to lie presented by the Jirlilic Li-hoot's May 21, Hello I'roctor lias collected facts of interest to residents of the slate, and presents them in biitif form. Robert R. Rice of Varner, Arkansas, owned nationally known race horses in the SO's. "Wax Taper'' was considered the Rreat- .csl horec'.qn the tifr'r in his day. "Francis Pope," owned by 'irtr Rice won the 1 Mexican derby Another of his horses, W. B Gates, boasted a string of 105 victories. * • t ' The Chi Omega national sorority was founded in 1895 at the University of Arkansas uy four young women, assisted by Dr Charles B. Richardson. The latter wrote tlii> ritual and constitution and was made an honorable member of the sorority. Chi Omega now has 87 chapters, more than any other women's Greek letter organization. As a memorial of Its founding at Payctte- ville, the national sorority in 1Q30 constructed the Chi Omega Greek theater on the' university campus. 9 * f In 1883 the supreme court compelled Pulaski county lo vacate liie cast wing of the slate house, which the county had used as a court house for 43 years. * * * Mrs, W. P. Kellcy, a native of Arkansas and now residing in Texas, and her husband are believed the oldest married couple in Texas, and nossiuly in the United States. Mrs. Kelly is 105 and her husband is 107. They have been married 73 years. * - w George.Cole of the University of Arkansas football learn led the United .States in field goals in 1925 with seven. c • * Arkansas ranks twenty-sixth in f.hc and twelfth in- order of admission to 'statehood. It was Included in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. • Armorel Science Class Spends Day in Blytheviile The General Science class of Armorel junior high school spent Tuesday in Ulythcvillc where Hie pupils visiled the Rilz theater, telephone exchange,- Western Union office, water company plant, the Arkansas Missouri Power Company, plant, the Coca Cola Bottling Company and the Dly thcville Laundry. Members of the Parent-Teacher Association . there , provided In transportation with Mrs. J. Ellis as chairman. C. Christian Brothers Colieg_ Will Hold Festival Sunday Rosa Methodist Church to Observe Mother's Day A special Mother's Day program will be carried out :«(,' the Hosa Methodist church Sunday: It lias been announced by Ihc piisloi, the Hev. J. C. ABncw. i The Ilev. Harmon . Holt will preach at the ir' o'clock service when Mr, and Mrs. A. a. Hnnlln will furnish the music,'. Mr. Hiir- din Is director of thn choir of Ihc New Liberty .Baptist '. church, -'At the conclusion thcie" will be ', 'a brief memorial smlcc (or the lule Mrs. R. u. Rccder.' ' For the ' ticnnon Sunday night, 7 45 o'clock the Rev. Mr. ABIICW will in-oiicli on "God's '-Kingdom/' C'row Eating; Increases ' , TOLEDO. <UP>— Ohio ci'ow-ciil- crs have become . so fond of their newly discovered delicacy that, nt » recent American': Legion baii- tliict, no meat oilier than crow was offered by' the 'menu. DKSOLATE MARCHES, by U M Nesbitt. the personal utory of «u engineer who went lo Vciio- ""'lii to do pioneer woik for tin American oil company. KXl'LORINO TODAY, by Lincoln Ellsworth, " ilenllng chlcfhi Ihe dlfflciillle.i of Avcllc «•• Ploi-iillon. INTUHNATIONAL DELUSIONS, ">' O. M. Slmtton, un niu\lysl,s of Ihe problem of wnr from Ihc ti'iiliiKl nnd s|wclnll?.ed iwhit (if view of n disllniiiilshcd psycholo- AN ATLAS OP CUtiflENT AF- I'Ains, Uy J. p. iforrnbln. cs- liccliilly viiJunblc for the clear lili'tiii-e it presents o( the new nn- linus nnd governments crciiled nl 1 if end of Iho World Wnr. It con- sl'ts of ij mnj», each accompanied ».v a brief explanation. hi a letter lo the boys nnd Bins who are patrons of the library Ihc seven now volumes for children nrc briefly described by Amy licmlnway Jones of the Uar- uoijle Endowment Maff. Her let- »'r follows; "We arc sending seven new In- Hill Farm News Realty Traruferi Warranty' Defds American Ccnlrnl Life Insur- linc'e conipany lo Clarence B. Hcogglns, nv»t halt or south linlf of soiilhwMl imnilcr of, section M, township lo -noi'tli,- rniiKo 0 oivsl, lliythcvlllii l,umbei'. comimny to Aitdlo . White, ptirl, of qmirtor ot toiilhcnst riunrlci 1 of n 8, lowivshlp 11 CR.SI. north, Rend Courier News Clwslfied Ads. NOTICK TJio following dentnl offices will be closed oveiy lliursclny nftci'iioon dining Uho isimimcr. His, Hi CHIr, Child, Moore unii Taylor Mlsfles acrlriide Vnlnndlnnhum nud Olllo Mny WrlBht, tit New L-lbei'ty »peut hist week with thplv grmidmoUiiM', Mis. M. A. uluy. Mabt'l nnd Luvndn Hli-hnid»«n huvu rt'lurncd from n visit «l(l| their uncle, Tlldon Kldinrdson, and fnmlly of Biindy Kldse. •Mr, nnd Mrs. Ili-rni-lii'l iinle flpetit Ihc week-end with Ihc former's sister and fnmlly, MI, nmi Mrs. Juki; OIKwn, ol Itiikf- land. Ml 1 , un'd 'Mrs. Ivnn Ilntln Oycs.1 spent the week-end of Icmalionnl Mind Alcove books nnd know you will enjoy very miich Icnrnlns more about chll- dren In foreign countries. First, there arc two more lovely picture books by the Petershams called TUB STORY DOOIC OP SHIPS and THE STOHV HOOK OP WHEELS.. Then llicic arc two liooks about Ihc neighboring coun- I'lcs of Austria and Huniinry so you will want to rend (lie adven- I"res of HANSf nnd of Ksto ami Jancsl in : THE GOOD MASTER CHILDREN;-OF THE NOHTH- I.IOI1TS live very differently from most of, us. How many of yon know where to nnd their home, Upland, on the map? JAMAICA JOHNNY Is a little ncuro who lives in Jnmnlca in Ihc West Indies. How many, more of you| i learned your, '.geography well | 'enough to .know wlint event nn-1 Mr. niul Mrs, Homer . Mrs. John Hhodts. who''hit? bc«n 111, Is Improving;. Mrs. Fnl« Wulker him icluriu-il from 81. Joseph's hospllnl. M,,, n . phis. Her condition is much im proved. ! Homer, Mosley is spending this week with Ills mother. Mrs W O. Mnstdy, of Drlvi'i 1 Clrovc, who Is 111. „ • Mr. timt Mr.i. Harold Hpla-r linvc moved hero from Uycsn. . Mre. J. J. Holinnunu spent Ihi .week-end with her son, Oills l)o- hunnon, and fnmlly at Osccoln. Let Pure Wholesome MILK Round n simple incnl out llm Hwillli Wny cncli tiny. UK I.I VUKKl) IN Till! CltlvAM KK1 1 - AKATOH Phone 74 For Daily Deliveries CRAIG DAIRY Here are 3 rare, delicious whiskies blended for Better Taste! Three whiskies n'tc in Golden \V ctlding.'- Tliey nrcj blended as fine .coftccs, ricli tobaccos nrc blended, for litllrr Taste, ; SCHENLEY'S OolDen Wei din $ f-~rf,.,,^: ff .\ Sj'.Jtt JJ...J / ^{\ • Jj "Jif/-,t, ^^ 90 MOOF • At you pr.l.r In BOUMON or KYI . •• I'owtlKtil ISW, MS. H, K1NCI1 & (X)., 1NU.: Germany's new military might is graphically revealed in this impres- sive'view of the Lustgarten in Berlin, nude as Chancellor Hitler .(In car)'.passed between massed trocps and equipment to review the biggest army demonstration since the World War. In the foreground are motorized artillery units; in center, foot soldiers; in the background a fleet of swift armored cars. Brothers college at Memphis has | overflowing completed plans for a mammoth chiuidisc, games Mothers Day Carnival at the attractive mcr- of skill, cards, school campus all Sunday, May 10. Tliis carnival is sponsored by Louis Montcsi !n memory of Brother Lcandcr who died re- bimco, cats and n variety of liquid refreshments, Assisting young Mr. .Monies! arc C. M. Miilcr, Waller Hudson. Ul l)[ULI]t:i Lil rllUEUE Wliu (lICU TC- ' ' ••••••"• -•••-.*,~.., ccntly after 50 years service to the | Vincc Hcffcm » nnd Mac Lanarl. institution. • The whole campus will be turned into a carnival playground with 23 mammoth booths filled to Burning pine wood gives oft more heat vhan hickory, the U. S. Forestry Service has found. MEMPHIS, Christian RADIO REPAIRING A Complete Line ol Tubts and 1'arti IWBKARD TIKE i BATTKir CO. PRONE 4'« Aincricci's Greatest llci'i'igci.'aloi 1 VALUE! STEWART- A few of tlir features which mafcc this Ihe greatest tiori for the money: Say-a-stcp. S!irt-a-trny, •Jilt-a-shelf. Illuminated Cold Control, Safety Zone Temperature ' Control. Extra Larg^ Ice Capacity. Baked DuLux Exterior. Por- cclain Inici'ior. 13 u o Sealed InsuliUimi.Twin Q'Utidfff S: 1 /-Cycle Coinprcsso] 1 . ' . "COSTS LESS - - HUNS FOR I.KSS" BROADWAY SALES CO. ••l-ll-S.-Broadway -Telrp'none 111- a woo pound hogshead of leaf tobacco going on here , . .• 1 ... what's happening in these 40 houses J? '' fr' :''::.-. — the curing and ageing of leaf tobacco, • that's what's going on. Thousands of hogsheads of mild ripe tobacco arc under these roofs.. .just lying here ageing and sweetening and mellowing for Chesterfield cigarettes. Like Hi/} Van Winkle, (bey sleep—the tobaccos getting mellower and milder for the cigarette that Satisfies. 0 I W, ItKITt k JlMU TOMCCO C*.

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