The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1940 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MOMAY, BIAKCk 2&, Richest Diplomats But Ottawa Reserves Judgment ; Anti-Nazi Speech Brings Repercussions By NRA Service OTTAWA, Miu-eh 23.-A world 1 record for tlie liee-style plunge into I Hot water 1ms been achieved by} Jnmcs It. n. Cromwell, since early Jamiaiy American minister lo Canada. Already heavy fire, Including acrid demands for his recall, is being directed nt him from congressional trenches on the American side. And. on Ihc Canadian cud, | official and social Ottawa. Is bat- ! fled by his wife, the former Doris i Duke, whose activities as official j hostess have been notable by tlieii absence. She reached the high point o her brief diplomatic career recently when a Toronto paper carried an Ottawa dispatch which said of her. "She confessed to Hon. C. D. Howe, minister of transport, when asked how she liked Ottawa, 'Well, all I've seen of Ottawa so far Is n haze of clgaret smoke through cocktail glasses.'" Cromwell, whose life has been marked by an avid desire to nuke something of himself and who wants to rise above tho position of a rich man married to "the world's richest woman," buckled down to a valiant effort to live up to demands of his post. KAKD-WOKKIN'G DIPLOMAT STICKS HIS NECK OUT He Is at his desk every morning, denying audience to no serious person, evidently bent on being "human" and democratic. He has worked hard under the able coaching of James II. R. Cromwell: Staked fits diplomatic life un anti-Nazi speech. Doris Duke Cromwell: Saw "a haze ol cteiirct smolic tlnuiigh sports centers. Otice she flew to New York in her private plane "GALLIVANTING" LABEL- PASTED ON DORIS The same paper which made public her "clgaret smoke through cock- expected to turn into model diplomats in two months. Canadians as a whole seem determined to wait and sec. Canadian Club nnrl the Ottawa Women's Canadian club came his Toronto speech, In which he "risked his official head" by a warm pro- ally speech denouncing Germany as seeking to destroy the basic institutions of American democracy. It wns this less-lhan-neutral speech that brought down congressional lightnings and raised the question of just how diplomatic "Jimmy" Cromwell had become in his two months' apprenticeship. THE FIRST MOVE WAS UP TO DORIS There was a brief flutter of ex- citement'when Ottawa got its'first glimpse of Doris.'prccc'ded li.v worldwide publicity. The rccept'lon wns formal and polite. Then people sat back to wait ar.d see. Lavish entertaining ',vas expected. But it didn't follow. Mrs. Cromwell appeared as hostess at only three social functions, all minor. Ottawa has seen little of her. She has been spending only about two days a week in Ottawa. On other tlays she is off on skiing expeditions to Quebec ami other Try One of Our Delicious PIG SANDWICHES Oie Hickory Inn Across From Htcfi Schnnl kindly to their jobs, These became so prevalent that Cromwell felt he had to deny (hem—a strange ami unenviable position for a member of the diplomatic service. So Cromwell said, publicly: -Nothing could be further from Ihc truth. Both Mrs. Cromwell an-l I have liked Canada and Canadians from (iic beginning." Official Ottawa is patient and realizes that the American representatives were .green when they took the job and could hardly be Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickiy If you suffer from rheumatic, arthritis or neuritis pain, try this simple inexpensive home recipe that thousands are using. Get a package of Hit-Ex Compound today. Mix it with a c]uart of water, add the juice of •) lemons. It's easy. No trouble at all and pleasant. You need only 2 tnble.spoon.sful two times a day. 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Aulborizert Slnrlsauc Loan SolicKors for tlie Mctroimli- fan Life Insurance Co. I-OW KATES PKOMl'T INSPECTIONS LONG TKIHIS REPAYMENT PKlVtI.EG P.S Clark-Wilson Agency, Insur. Jas. B. Clark BUY RESERVED SEATS NOW! Seals on Siilc ;il Roxy Thcalre Office /^ i ^ While this engagement is limited GONE WITH THE WIN0 will not be shown anywhere except at advanced' prices.., nt least until 194L STARTS , TOMORROW AT 10 A. M. 'I HE WEEKDAY MATINEES W 11,1. Bt usual continuous performances \vi(h no reserved seals. For nijlit. shows and Sunday matinee all scats arc reserved. Tickets aie now on sale. You may come anvtimc from iO:00 A. M. np lo 2:15 p. M. "and SEC a complete ue r forma nee, MjiH Shows (8p.ni.) Kescrvri] 51.12 incL tax Simlay.Mal. (3 p.,,,.) R Kcrml suz incl la \ H'cekday Aralmccs — Conlinuouv—Not Kc- scrvcd_75r, incl. lax. NWS Some Remain For Nighi Of "Gone The Wind" First Will) A number of nood reserved scats are still nrnllnble for tomorrow light's porformnucc of "Oono With the Wind" which opens for a fek's run nl the Jills; Thenlcr, It ns mmounmi loiliiy by O. \V. Mc- utclien, operator of Ihc show, Tlu> nsatlonal technicolor version of Mavearot Mitchell's dramatic novel will be shown (or the first time nl 'he KHz beginning nl ten o'clock 'omoriw iiioiiiliuj. There will be mother iimtlnoe show beginning tU .wo p, in. Boll) tlie imilineo pei'forinnncc.s vlll be unrcKcrvert, but those who linn to see the show tomorrow cvc- ilng or ony other evening clnrlni: Is run here, will lu\vc reserved mils. Tlie liitz will open nt seven ), in. for Ihc evening performance i ml the film will begin nl clglil. With the lime of (he opening lerformnnce iienr llio demand • for served seals has increnscd rn'plil- , Mr. Mccutchcn said today, lowcvcr there Is still timo to oli- ain eood seats for tomorrow ilBlit's performance-, Tlie picture lo be shown in Bly- bevllle will lie Just as It wns orig- nnllj' shoH'ti In Hie prcmlcro pcr- ornmnccs In Allantii. tlie city wlilch provided (lie historical bnck- jround for tlie stirring ilrnmn of alvll War days. The cast failures ''lark Cable as Khotl Butler, Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'llarn, Leslie Toward • as Ashley Wilkcs ami Olivia- de Havllnnd (is Metallic Haniillon in the principal roles with :\ dozen other famous actors Rhctt And Scarlett PAGE Fly* How Vtlfnl Leather li Made • 1'nteiu leallicr In inade by coat- Jne the hides of cat(le, kid, calf or colt, with a mixture of Unwed oil and other materials, nncl ex- postoe them to the'«unllghi,V!(••' <!iol coats, with »Hem»t« twkta and jubblng with pumice/ wtiti tiulred to produce the finished gfod its Scarlett nnd motion picture epic "Clone with Lho «ncl Heiresses In the supporlinu roles vvllh thousands of "rxlrns" employed In softie of the big scenes. Cigarette Paper Output From Apple Trees Seen PAN l-'leANOISCO (UP) _ Soim , 1,800,01)0 acrrs of California iipple trees may furnish Ihe clgnretlo paper for the entire country. With nearly nil cl^nrcltc paper now used In the United States being Imported at a cost of $000 a ton. 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