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Blytheville Courier News Newspaper Archives May 27 1935, Page 4

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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - May 27, 1935, Blytheville, Arkansas Blethe Ville. Ark courier news Page four monday. May the Blytheville courier news the courier news co., publish c. R. Babcock. Editor a. W. Haines advertising manager value of their holdings. If we can use Federal funds to make our Community a better place in which to live the chief beneficiaries will be the owners of real property whose holdings will be made More desirable. Side glances sole National advertising representative arkansans dailies inc., new York Chicago Detroit St. Louis Dallas. Kansas City Memphis published every afternoon except sunday entered As second class matter at the Post office at Blytheville Arkansas under act of Congress october 9, 1917.looking ahead messes. Jim a rain and by Wilson have not taken us into their Confidence As to their motives in proposing the establishment of a new Bank in Blytheville. But it is a fair guess that they Are embarking upon such an undertaking because they believe it will he profitable. There could he no better reason nor any for that matter More complimentary to Blytheville. Blytheville has had some serious reverses in recent years. But it held its ground during the depression better than Many towns and it is Corning out of the depression faster. The gentlemen who propose to put their Money into the Hanking business in this town very evidently believe that Blytheville has a future. Their example should be excellent moral tonic for seme of our own citizens who have been looking at the future through Blue glasses. Served by the United Presa subscription rates by earner in me Cav of Blytheville Lac per week or $6.50 pit year. In Advance. By mail within a radius of 50 Miles $3.00 per year. $1.50 for six months 75c for three months ii.a., in postal ones two to six inclusive $ a per year in zones seven and eight $10.00 per year payable in Advance. An Opportunity in indent Roosevelt s order author i Sittg Federal Grant to local taxing unit of 15 per cent of the Cost of Public cons auction projects creates an Opportunity that is not Likely to come ii is regret Tahr lint the More preen ave communities Iii which category we feel justified in including Blytheville and Mississippi county find at a disadvantage because the fad that years ago they bonded themselves heavily for the improvements which the Federal program would now help tin in make at relatively Small Cost. There is no Community however which does not still have plenty id worthwhile work to do. And if the contracting of indebtedness for Public purposes was Ever justified it is doubly so today with the Federal government ready to meet nearly half of the Cost. Our county City school and improvement District administrations must melt the situation according to their in i is and resources. We certainly do not urge needless or reckless spending simply for tin Ake of getting a share in the a free Money which is Bein made available under the Relief program. But where new facilities of agy opt Are fielded or where it is Plain Ting they Yville is on to needed it i simply a matter of common sense to advantage of the Federal gov Rennu uts offer. In particular Blytheville it seems to should seize this Opportunity to provide itself with badly needed Public recreation facilities. A City of this i e needs a Park and it should have an adequate swimming Pool and space and equipment fur children a play and for outdoor games. Such a project might Well be worked out in combination xxx it h a permanent Home for the Mississippi county fair. Another project worthy of consideration is enlargement of the Blytheville Hospital which must have More space if it is to meet the demands of the Community. We appreciate the reluctance of tax hardened property owners toward the Assumption of increased indebtedness for any purpose. At the same time however we believe that they must recognize that Wise expenditures for Public purposes serve to protect the Cit 1935 by nest Utvic inc. T. M beg. . to preserve a sport it yeas just 150 years ago that John James Audubon the great naturalist was born and the american nature association suggests that the Hest Way to Mark the anniversary would he to declare a closed season this fall on All migratory waterfowl. According to the associations experts we can choose Between having a closed season now or a permanently closed season a Little later. Last year nearly , Hunters went out after game in Tho United states and Alaska and by sheer weight of numbers demonstrated that Hunting like Golf and baseball is a mass sport nowadays. It is the associations Contention that geese and ducks Are being slaughtered to such extent that in a few More years there Yville he no Good Hunting for anybody. It might indeed he advisable to Call a halt for a year or so that one of the finest of All outdoor sports May Fie preserved for the future. A Well. Son in a going to give you one More Chance Only a Quarter of a million this by William Ferguson this curious world have notched spines to prevent their being pulled off once they have become imbedded Ini r Wesh or. Clothing s eeds of the sacred Lotos Ort Sam Nate after. Having been kept or for. Co vicars i it Mill got tin third strike left and you know that s always the be Iii baseball. Evangelist Billy sunday stricken by heart attack. Tote went through tile shabby portion of the Village that Lay just West of the Railroad tracks. The old red Brick station with a modern background of up to Date girls will not marry today unless they think they will be Able to Lead a life made easy by a Complete assortment of the latest products of americans Industrial efficiency. Or. Carl Holliday California College professor. One of tile tasks of Uncle sums Forest rangers is counting the number of big game animals in the National forests. By comparing the results with that of the previous year it is possible to got a fairly close Check on what has been accomplished through Protection measures. For years american fruit growers protected their Orchards from Frost without knowing How they did it. Pots of burning Oil Wen used to heat their Orchards but they found out. Several years later. That it was tile smoke and not the heat that saved their fruit. Tile smoke acted As a Blanket and prevented radiation of ground heat. Bees swarm in Home but yield their Honey we do not construct new building. Foundations and we cannot build Economy on a fundamental error. Hoover. Is on false a nation s Herbert next How Are a spooned whales made to Hail More easily More Hope now extended to sufferers with Paresis by William souk boarding House that rid brother of Voors we kit Dow in to the Ball. Field just at sop Pep. Time a he always does t the j1 no t s int your father do Afu a f the r i Njo Al and i Jow they re it jus f v both me sing i d a a i to after them to v 5- us but i of h a Hajj wave to keep h h v / a per and from the a a Jess Quot v meat by but to v Well you better no or Semo me a cause l Uke to Plav pall. Too. Thanks hoop Lei to t like to Tut them i \ j ill go As nutty 6,-b Pecan fudge in that old coot Doest quit do a Mph a two chins on the tenge an panning. 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