The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1940 · Page 3
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March 20, 1940

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. 10-10 BLYTITRVTIXR (ARK.) COURIER NB\VS Steeled Against Attack !*P : W-r In Kurone Hastens t Expansion Program Ofi Govcmmcnl i UY W. W. COPIXAN'I) ! Hulled J'ri'ss Stall Corresiioiiilenl RIO DE JANEIRO, March 21 i UP (--Students of economy anil business lenders believe thai Bin- t y.n may be at. threshold of n complete transl'onnaiion ot its economic life. •Hiclr opinion is based on the ir«id of events ia Bnixlltan economy since the stint of the war in Kiu-ope nnrl particularly the ex- | pressed intentions of and .steps • taken by the government, lo develop Brn7.il' industrially as well as agriculturally. i In contrast to the economic e>:-' liansiun of the United Stales, which was first largely agricultural ' "nc! ihen 'industrial, Brazil is undertaking a double-barreled program of developing its industry while .simultaneously perfecliiij; its agricultural expansion. Brazil long has been considered one of the riches',, nations in the world in undeveloped natural resources. Brazilians have long looker! to Ihe development of those resources. Consequently one of the keynotes, of Brar.ilinn economy now is the development, of heavy industries, particularly steel, whereas in the post, innjor attention was given to agricultural growth. Research Croup Named The full giowlli of the government is being thrown behind this program. Only a few days ago President Varyas provided for the appointment of a special committee to .study the establishment of a local company for the development of the sleel industry. The company is to be financed hv the government and private capita). The government obviously realizes the tremendous task it is undertaking, but also obviously Is determined to overcome all obstacles. The significant thing is thai Brazil, with mnple water power to generate electrical energy, Is evincing a determination to' expand Industrially. Perhaps tlie greatest needs for industrial development are capital, capital goods and skilled labor. This country, however, lias tlie example of other industrial nations from which to profit in its methods of dealing with such problems. JHIJ ling the Ijnd points of other systems and adopting their fiobd points. textile Industry Developed Brazil already 'hiis made Important, steps toward developing Us own textile Industry and at present Is exporting some collon textiles to other South American countries, particularly Argentina. The purpose of ihe government is to provide an expanding market at home and abroad for its increasing cotton production. Al Ihe same time the government, is carefully watching its foreign commerce with an eye lo further expansion-of exports and to finding new markets (o replace some of the old ones last, at least temporarily, due to the war in Europe. A special committee, Ihe Federal Council on Morei»n Commerce, is studying every phase of inteinational trade. Actually, (lie war in Europe so far has neither affected Brazil adversely nor particularly favorably in respect to total volume and total vplue of exports, although during 1039 it did have a favorable balance of 5,500000 pounds sterling (gold), where as for 1938 it had only a negligible balance of of which O[>:il l.ove was ihiiirmaii. Tlie next Union meeting will be at ihe Melhodist chuivh In Dell on Ihe .second Tuesday. April 0. Osceoh Scouts Plan Parent And Chiltl Dinner OSUKOl.A, Ark.. Mnr. l»..-Ti'H-' I Hive plans were made for Uie I'lirenl :ind Son b:m<|im 10 ci 1 ,\v ,•• on April 1C a:id standing conunlt- Ues appointed for the orx»ni>Mtl<m uf two Hoy .'jcout troops in o.-feoin al the luncheon merllne. held in the office ol A, R Durham on I'Viday. A cheerful grate fire burned In the re.'ir tiffices of Mr. iijiham whiw MIS. llaiham had annulled a Inn let luncheon ^or (lie men who Svow l,™lei',slitj> tronr.su held ul "n 1 Mi'llimllsl Olui'-vh under tlus dlimlnn of !•:. \v. Packard. The 14 men pri'seni weiv Mr. I'ackurrt, I'll' liei-. I'aul (inlluw-iy, Uio Kov. >'• '1. l.in'.T<>ii(v. |><il)(. r i u. Keil- Wi'lby VouiVi, Kd Wl:.i'i»:in. W. w! ••:>.uu und Mr. Ilurhiim. ''i"' ij.mn.uet nii'i'iiijjj .wncduled «>r April hitli was formerly pli.ined (ls a hither and yon alhdi bid Ira-, bm, diiiin>i'd to incliule akd tht mothers. James Hill ol BlyUio- vilir vice president ot llu- fxecnlive commlltiY of ilu< Norllu'tisl Arkansas Council, nnd p. W. Piukind. district chairman for Smith Mississippi county, iii-c workhij; (oxelJici 1 on diiuih, lor the mvellim und will i:\vi: a worthwhile proxiam for thai illiihl, C. 1'. Mauley and Hdbeil II. Kdi- drtck wne si'leelt'd to head din h'llder.ship o[ Troop Number One, with Fred smith und Hlw Ual|>h leading Troo]) Numliiir Two, Conunillcra appointed Include: C)r«!inl«iilon und extension, Ci llnrl.'illl Jliinfo. I.. C.- U. Vouim. |,;. M. Wlechi'r; lfi»!cr.shl|) tmlnln({, !•:. W. I'licdiml, 1). 3. Lwu-y, A. W. llowi-n; udvanc'cmenl: Ihe Hey. Paul tl-.illowny, Yoll !•:. WhlUmoie. J. T. Cost on; uim|iluii nnd ucllvl- PAGE THREH IIOH. C. W, Watson, B, H, „....,, l/crliert Shlppen, joe W. uhodes; henllh and .safety: w, W. f'rcwlll mid O, 1). fienrnves; flnnncc, A. F, Umhiim und n. j. j; n )e; troop commillce, Ci. Jl.idslll Wahks, W W. 1'imvlll. u. X, Ijiney, tlie Rev. U'iiler M. Dlckford nnd A. K. 'i'hoine. ice does not float' In alcohol. 1 A fly cats its own weight In food dally. Courier News wunl ads WEARY DESPONDENT Crying «|>olu, IrrlUbln iitvvif <luo to funcllonut litiu'j \'ti :4 (nWo CoMiraiinu. nv'ttl Don't Mis* The CRAZY SALE Full Details On Pages 10 and II Protection for officers of the liner Queen Eli/ubelh against possible air attack was provided by the sieel nlr raid shelter seen at end ol the Queen's fljins bridge oippsr right). The hut was built especially for the .ship's recent peril-fraught du.sh to New York.. 29.COO pounds. This favorable bal- .Slice for 1933 was due primarily to lower value of imports rather than lo increased exports. Itubber ISooin Sought CofTee and cotton constitute Brazil's largest exports. The former represented 40 per cent of all exports (in value) in 193D. and the latter 20 per cent. Bui Brazil al::o is looking forward to the re-establishment of its former predominance as a source of crude rubber. In view of the uncertainty, due lo the war in Europe, of other fourcc.? of rubber for the United States, Brazil believes II may be able to interest the world's jjreal- esl consumer of rubber again In its market. Careful study is being made of means to re-establish this former great Brazilian industry. From both (.ho ccoomic as well as the political viewpoints. Brazil is pursuing a policy of continental solidarity. Lake Street Group Receives Banner + . .. MANILA. i\far. 13.—The young people of Ihe Lake Street Methodist church in Blytheville received the efUclcncy banner awarded at (he meeting of tlie Mississippi County Young People's Union held at the local Methodist church Thursday night when ft basketball program, was featured 'by the Manila group. The Manila young people were runners-up for the Miss Otha Love and J. B. Brown were leaders of the program which was introduced by the "coach" G. 'S. Morris. Tlie "guards" with opcii Bibles were Curl Threlkeld. Irene Finley nnd Lela Jean Bedwell. Tlie superintendent of Die young people's division, James Moore, as :n made inspirational talk on the church as a three fold Institution embodied in ihe divine commission. As (heir messages were put over to (lie audience, (joiils nvro made by Freddie Powell, Roy Ashabramier, Nel- :!eu Poe and liiiby Bedwell, Aniuibelle Threlkeld concluded lie program on "How lo Hut the Spiritual Ball Over (he Top," us] iuij 101 ihe theme, "Not My Will, n't Thine, be done," ' Tommy Tinker, of Blytheville, county union president, took ehnrge of the biisincs session during which a leap year party was planned, the lime and place to be determined at the executive council mectiny lo be held In Manila Thursday night, March 28. After a special song by Tlielmiv King and My ran Byrd, (he Union was entertained with stunts and the singing of Irish songs by Irish families. The St. t'atrlck motif was carried out, in the refreshment plate served by the Manila League Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic j Pain Quickly j -If you suffer from rheumatic, arthritis or neuritis pain, try this simple Inexpensive home recipe that thousands using. 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