Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 20, 1930 · Page 5
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Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois · Page 5

Decatur, Illinois
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Monday, October 20, 1930
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UECATUR HERALD MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 20, 1930. UECATUR HERALD n erSt. NTS Opponents of Bond Issue Say Fees Will Not Build Parks ^^^__ A # Neceittry To Carry Qot Amfcittoui Plan of Conservation (Tint i ''"« iet * m ' jrlic'M vaentmf ihfl P L, 4 ^ WWKKW " 7 /ic « «f- . . o/ l/w« oppowrf n given. The proponent! 1 We too) pre- xntaJ m '/"fie //waW, Sunday. Opponent* of ihc plnn to is ^ $14,000,000 m bonds to wovide n state-wide system oj «n«rvutio», reforestation and Lfctefttion grounds in Illinois, tnnitttntn dwt the receipts from th« inle of hunting «nd fwhmx hUMrt «nd p' 1 TM'! 1 "' on tllt bonU S7, ( lmlnWifttl..n of thd pt*n To vnto for tltn piopoilllon l« to · tLliiwt la* on the tux ronw n fully operative nnd until all of said bonds shall h*v* becom* retired, there shall be Included In and u«led to the tax levied for state purpos u direct annual tax for such amount us shall be necessary and sufficient to pay th« Interest, as It stall accrue on each and every bond Issued under the provisions of this act, also and to pay and discharge the principal of such bonds at par value as such bond* respectively fall due; and the respective amounts of such Ht rect minimi tux shall be apptoprlated for thnt specific purpose , , . " SUIe Backs Bonds The fact that a direct tax Is provided Is not damning to tho piopost- tlon .because under any event, that must be provided to make the bowls salable Tho backing ol the state must bo behind any bond before In vcstors wltl take thorn. Proponents of the meosuto asttcit that the fees for hunting and fish Ing; will be raised by the loglalaturo If tho bonds ate voted There la ritiMtlon tta to that, Mi Ia; antiwar* A stut« luglslutute IH a thini, of u lue i tn In ties, Mi Dnvls nays, am ild thu IUCH be tttisod. he (oie sees it possibility thnt tho number a: licenses might tloctctise Instead of In crenslnff, In thnt w e n t the fntuies on the bonds uotild bopln eating in o the fund so that the direct tax would have to be collected, No Hurry About Land 'The low provides for tho expenditure of the (14,000,000 over a period of 1C "years," Mr, Davis says . "There s no hurry about buying this land The longer the delay the lower the price. If the conservation department can have $7110,000 a year for In terest and sinking fund, why not spend tho 1760,000 ayear In the pur- cliaae of land, and at the end of 20 years have $15,000,000 woith of land bought and paid for Instead of spend Ing tho bond money at the rate of $1,400,000 a yeat for 10 years, In the end paying In principal and Intel est something like $23,000,000"Our contention Is that If the con- eetvatlon depaitmant can raise u surplus of $750,000 a year by the solo of fishing «nd hunting licenses, thnn no bond Issue Is noeossaiy A commission that can spend 1750,000 yeat for game preserves and do tt economically, will have Ita hands full" -*~ Lutherans to Attend Springfield Meeting Membeis of the Walthei LeaKUi'R 01 thu Luthetan cliuit,hcs of D«ou tui will so to Spllnitllcld next ittt- «iJiV ami Suntltt}' tot tlio CetiluL) 111 HIH dtstilol unv«nllon On Sunday ull Uitheians t)f the tllMttlet will semi dclitRiiiot to tho nimoiy In SinInjrfkld whore the 100th (itinlvoi-iuy of the AiiR^bcrg convention will h* ci-lebtatu! nt " 30 rtlas Your Back] Given Out? Bockachn Often Warm of Disordered Kidneys. If miserable with backache, bladder irritations and getting tip at night, don't take chancesi Help your kidneys at the first slgnofdfsorder.Use Doan'iPilb. Successful for more than 50 years. Endorsed by hundreds of thousands of grateful users Get Doan'j today Sold by deal- i ers everywhere. arts WABASH Low Round Trip Excursions Decatur To DETROIT, $9,00 CHICACO,$4.00 ST, LOUIS, $2.75 To Da t role, good In Pullnrnnn on payment usual Pullman charges. To Chicago nnd St Louis cnll- dien halt faro TlckeU Hold foi rut tain trains, OHobei M-M bur particulars MS ticket Agent, or O. N, l^vell. D.P.A. Telephone till WABASH Will tt In llto i in'"' " f I«IKU» of llllnuli tfwt the Midi of huntliiK und «nhliiK Hm»n will pio- vldo shout mO 00ft annuallv to m«el the Lniniutt UWIKM on the bond taiie and inovldm fumls f*i P«J" mints «n th« principal Tha opprm- HIU (oiimc* a (,'t witty «nli»i««l ««· minlitinttvK foici- ncw-miy to httidlo tlw uvUimt oC piuits nnd pio- , w h l h will liteiWLwo the ex- lienwndoutly. taking the tipnrtiwn»t of Same Ocntui Mportsmon BIO Rlv inn U" pioponltlon thitli support wltlto ntliti" -HIV they will tote .plnst It ixmiHe tltoy *nn only s«it MOthordllcct tax Anotlun point talHotl bv IHoin i" th« Impcwillijllt} UK thov stiu it ul ncurlnft SOflO nil u» of iipUuid In «w,h county of t!\n t!at« fit Wit im nut »« provided In llu A t t HUthoiUlnit the bond IIHMC If vot«l hy ttiu puo pic Ofi(NJHttl M Ottjtno Mltrtr L W UnvK (rtltni nf thy Bepub- llcan-TInK ·. Ottiiwn IH ItmdlnK the ll(lhtuf!Jilii«l the piopoiltlon ami his rdllorliili. diitl o l h i i [jiihlNtifid fltnU nwntt (ittu writ -flim up the whole t ihoio uip'iHC(l to the tic imlhti ti hnul nmd bond l*tut! w|tunn nt i IM tut unitlw to tht- piran pit ·« n « piopntltlori 'Iho «u-, icm(tl)lki llcintd fan* w o r n to puv ltl ul NIC '( i t (Im linut loftdi tt i t W p i r u i i l K c t n r t n r d l t u r tu Ml Dn-i \ti hut llni KHi»tinn tux rind to be vrtwl Ki citiiy ml ttio iond building program with ntitomobllu lrlvci (wylnit «n avninKu of $16 a y«»i towntih thnt ftitxl Ntit Si'K'hiippordnK The d i i i d t l n t u n t if cuniiorvatlon h not Helf-HU|ipiiLlnK now,' M i . Dn vtfi my* "und thiiM) Ix no toawn to btllou tli im will hit nti Inctontto In tlw ilciiiitnil (m UitntltiK nncl llc«mci wlion und If tlm bund t*ri ioi 'It hiit twin ("tliiuitt'd tliut the proptwd SiMHKMKiH bond Ituuo w i l l «wt Die ilnlo of Illlnoln nn t,voiugf o f n W M I i itiinunllv ovoi 11 potlwl ol 40 yoiia, tliU atiiouitt bnldK icquHi'tl l tcilro tho bonds and (ticot tlia In l»mt cltiiiK' 1 und opuintlnt; coot Tho loth I i i i d p t t of thu iliTJiirtinonl df Uw ln-it Flvii v«nm hni bodtt approximately IWOOOD n vnni. tha coat of opetatltiK bclnft nbinit thti same ·mount "Tl\nt mromi if tlti) lionet Jutiiie cat- rln In lli (1 Nnuinbtii- election, tho «ntli« Amount ulll bi tatiod by t«t- hg the piojieitv rC tli(i people" TO III* I'lllll |iv I-lcCUIM't A pioHpcrhit h-tnut by the Illinois FWMI l'tenm-(i and Ton tint vat I on council «t«ti4 ' I'hu p n t l i o ciwl will !· huntlni; nml flnhlnK U- That Miund i ^ md Ml Dn vis days until im lnK»UK«tl«n In mude of *h»l it mil* to timlntfiln tho depart- (Mflt of conic ivniinn (it the pi«««nt Ume Thtt Imnd ln^id will bo pnkl »r, hp MMMU, In llio ninnn«r pto- · bv i in Ad which Htulutt F R E S H *J a loaf of'bread from the oven ... TtMTSTT , /7 -Q tiuls tiros Coffee In the toigiaat »iMight cam will not «p coftce ftesh, Th«'s why Hilli ·rot. Coffee » packed io vacuum *» D » M f«i si it coniM from the AJr, which deitroys the nf coffee, is completely tt- from the can by tliit method. j |«Krt(d Outstanding feature's of the new Chevrolet 6-cylinder truck NEW DUAL T11EEL8 (CYLINDER 60-HORSEPOWKR MOTOR NEW RUGGED UAH AXLE To every man who buys trucks, there are certain features in the new IVz-ton Chevrolet that recommend it especially for modern hauling. The rear axle is larger, heavier* and more durable* The rear brakes are larger, and all four brakes are completely enclosed. Chevrolet's 50- horaepower valve-in-head six-cylinder ri'«'.ne combines modern perforat- es usfai D*U.KT 0...^. 'WT with Cob u« NEW ENCLOSED maus ance with unexcelled economy. Dual wheels, along with six truck-type cord tires, are optional equipment at slight extra cost. In addition, the new heavy- duty truck clutch, the 4-speed transmission and the heavier, stronger frame are factors of outstanding importance to the modern truck user. Come in today and arrange for a demonstration of the new Chevrolet truck! *'MO ) *59I UTIUTY 1H-TON CHASSIS "520 DUAL WHKtLS MS IXTOA CHEVROLET TRUCKS FREDE CHEVROLET CO, Phone 4408 Decatur, Illinois Franklin Eldorado Sts. I f i o n f c r U n d e r s e l l i n g Store 9th Anniversary Sale The Low Prices* The Talk of AM Decatur! WOMEN'S FfcANNEMCTTK GOWNS Yoke in front, full cut, stuped pat UOIM; regular six torn comblna* os for BBe -Flmt Floor 59' FOR TUESDAY COTY'S POWDER ruck-in b l o u s e style. long sleeve, slrl|) eil flannel pajnmtui, cut full nnd roomy 'Regular sizes. --Ftrat Floor $1.49 FUNNEL mwHMMV Of» ftTVLE* WOMBN-H Fall Hats 8KBS FOH WOHRN ANI MMHEft PMturlng the "TlllCOBNB" sh(t|w, ho lalv*L «lyt» of "THB AVENUK" In black, navy, brown, wine and green. FK* mow «»·* tomorrow! FelU . . .Velvets 500 hats to choose from! All head- now FURS Fox fi«l Mar Mink I^apln llushrat Pointed Vox STYLES fancy Bl«*ve* Fittod Lines Panel Collar* Shawl Collars Worth a Great Deal More! SEE THEM TUESDAY exclusive styles lit flit -r winter coals,. .stylos that you will nee only Jn coals selling for much more money Fashioned from sue)) matetlals on T r l o o Broadcloths, Velours etc. Tailored in the best losslb)e way. The slws are 1* to 30 and 38 to SI --Second Floor Fall f Winter Dresses You will marvel at the style, exquisite fng and chic colorings. Frocks (or the well .irpDsed business mo. professional woman. Dainty models for dinner wear, Smartly tailored for (is-vellng. Lovely frocke for UM fall troowau. --Scctnd Floor 995 I ALHi^l O Caps 79c suit tmitci im in Miiiill *min i»i · , hn|.» t« 1 1 I nihii K H t n t hu)Hi f ri, K *fi to J h --tin) lliwi 1 MEW'S WORK OR Dress Pants, 98c BASEMENT Great Annivertary Sale of Curtains «nl*l Miipilnl (nr »Sc lira* Flw.r it/tit 11 lo MEN'S FLKICCKD Lumberjacks 98C l.lul [llnnl! Illlit tlllt flm :1 lilllll 1 ,iJii, kM M k h in wlm.niL i nltm ItiiliiiHl tiolliJiriii-Kin'K id ( 4(1 --I In) Fhwr BOYS' WOOL Knickers, 69c a m i ilntM n)i«H H i it ID 11 l i m n t«i -mertlmti iiK", nttiii BOYS' 1'EHCAl.E Blouses 49c lull y I11H nilil nultl |Hrf»lt", iiuiilju yuDtx, pimrl )im n tilm s tci 11, fur iVi 1JOVS 1 Lumberjacks »8c , iliji liLiuvy nil Miwl hnnbflri»ck», ultii olulli vr.lpii imltum plnlit »!· uiti, nine* t U U to at, null 1 , »S( BOYS' CAPS, 60«J Ultl) lilt Ol !»»' Ullllllt ILJ»I nt TIC RUFFLUD OH 1'ANBL ItttTAINS IMNT MISfi THIS KVENT) 66c -2} yutd Krlss Kross Rufficd 21 yurd 8-llecc VeUe Curtain Sets. -21 ymd Rayon Mfttqulselte Fritted Pan els, --2} ynrtl Ectu Uarqufaetto Pani'li. - 2) yard Unllcd SUtos Curtain 66c PABT WOOT, Double Blankets l,sr«« ilou)il! W(l Klru 11) IMtttt lun nn 1 !, gold ivnil · ·· sltli nilnpihiluiin-1 f, m, f*rm, II Srt FT. 8ANITKX WINDOW Shades Mnyliurli-niitJ *i tioniii will) well ptiHf etwtnw « «it «(im. Color* K r«t (mi, ountMil, durnbl* knd iiiliiMtlve ^BMHIUM INCH OENV1NB ACA Ticking niu» mid whii« mriMd ACA iwd 24 C N INCH MBAVY Outing Flannel, 19c i au*IUy. ·^ W ht w *»! Vitnt v/lt*. ft an, with «*((, n»w . d»k V«lvM, Bin* Pl«ll on -- MitMtl ItAirON Silk Spreads $1.99 with Iwlsuri »lu*, emit, Nut, * £ t FOUND iIZE Johnson** Ioorwax49c st^si^nuBffUfii GIVLS' PINK Fabric Coats Nicely tall wed pile fabric with auedo belts, conta tor dross tnd school wear. Attractive gray and tali combinations. Fully lined. Sixes T to H years. $398 --Second Floor CHILDREN'S Flannelette Wear Pink and blue otrlpcd flannel gowns and sleepers, sixes 2 to S years --Second Floor Girls* Dresses U«tl for Behoo), twMdii Smartly blu« and trttn, AH woo) Jintys, taUorad In md. Slws 7 to U Only I1.M $3.98 Girls* Sweater $1.39 all wool sltpovtr wcaters In fancy pat- cms; siws n to _SMAIM| floor ECATUR DRY GOODS CO.

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