The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1940 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 19, 1940
Page 5
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FRIDAY, APIUL 19, i!MO FRANCE LOOKING TO SPAIN-FEARS DAGGER IN BACK BLYTOEVILLE (ARK.) COUIUEIt NEWS French oflicm commandin ling troops alons t h c P>'reiifra Dave n look across tlie Spaimli border, symbolizing (heir nolion's watchful I'.vi: on Spain. FIBHT BUTTLE Allies Trying To Match Dr. Gocbbcls' Efforts In lhat Country By SKA Scivitu A tiahlci- wHIi a broken k's>, two black eyes, ami J K |ir |)i., hair jjiilled out doesn't, often crawl bnrt: into Ins ring with n tali crew of huskies to wind up the evening's cn- tfriaimncDl in a free-for-all. But Simia rciniiins » big country sim in liui-opc, still blaiikeliii"- Iliu wrstcrn end of the Meriitmnnemi Spain is lilting i lc r tired head and France and Britain arc not neslccliiij; to watch. The allies counter! too xtrom;i) on the Nasi-Conntninisl pact "to swing Spain out of Germany's orun. They forgot that cvcly instrii- iiicnt of ju-opngaiKlu - press and radio in pai-tlptilar—wns controlled by the most pro-German, anti- 1'rcncli, anti-Biitiuh clcnicnt In fcirain, (lie Falangists. Against tnis group is otil}' the powevless and nninspircil liiglillst Opposition, which wants lo develop .Spain internally helorc (ak- iu'i another flier into liuropean politics. While rcnjlancl ami Krajjrc .slept at the .switcli last, fall ami winter, Dr. Gosbbels moved into Spain lo coiiiilcnicl (lie imblic effect of the Nnzi-Sovlct pact. He had a powerful weapon in UOO million pesetas owed Germany lor arms. Now the allies are beginning an rlforl lo counteract Dr. Gocbbcls' ITOparjumla. They will stress pos- .sililo consequences lo Spain of the Iteich-Sovict agreement. Coinnuiiilsl (liiiiLjci lo Catholic Spain, especially (in nioial ancl economic SIIOUIH!-), anil cxallalion of Catholic coiiccp- lions in Fiance. The allied propa^aiulists holt! .some cards., Ihc radio. It's r.'isy lo oroadcasl over the 1'yie- nccs inli) llio heart of Bpain. Si-c- oiul, nen.spajitr.s. Most of them au- cciuroiieii i)y me Falangists, who can t l;c reached directly. Hut «-hal is a newspaper printed en? iScvAsprinl-iniidc from ,Sc;m- (iinavian wcodpnlji In the of .Spanish papers. It Germany con- dots Norway the Spanish puh- lishei.s u-lll have a difficult time al best gelling rew.siirinl. via Geimany. because of Hie blockade. HUL M Vrancc and Britain eon- tvol Norway—tlien Hie Spaniaids can get llic paper easily ... If they will yo along with I-rance at'.d Britain. While Ucrmany .splurges a rc- poited five million francs a month i in |)llc-{lrlvins prop^sanrta in fapnin. the allies cciil.-i cliisel in on the ground floor with a mere third of a million franc-.s a month for newsprint—if they controlled IVorwa y. Utah Develops Gilsonile Ore, New Material I'ROVO, Utah (UP) _ Gllsnnllc one of (he newest uiiU most rn[>- I idly c.\p;imlmg mining plT xliicts js , contributing lo Utah's income ns 1 the raw material is fountl in this [slate in quantities large enough to lie ol commercial value, miniir lenders licro ropoit. ° Five coiiiiKuiic.s- operate mln-s "ml refineries h the slillc to )la ,;i die tlic hard, dried oil me U i« •, black. shiny, tar-life substance wliicl! is used in the manufacture of product such as paints hic- tliicrs, varnishes, rubber, b.-illciv boxes, looting materials, nhono- Binpli records, printer's irks, lircs floor and linoleum and" I'oncl material. compositions rare protliicl is that of makin* cores. lacings and molds in rotn-- <t«es. rts new uae.s are found for gilsoiMIr, produced in nuaiiUtv oiily in Utah. | | 1C , lc ,v (,,™-;, will see si-eater expansion, com- panvjrtricials say. C>. ..mites arc classified as selects. nieltins points from 288 degrees and up; and seconds, inell- iug points from 300 degrees to 450 deyrces or higher. The world's longest river is the Nile, which rims for .1870 miles. Our Family's WHISKEY RECIPE lias always hccn so flavorful and mil<!—and mayhc even more so today. Jasl Iry it and sect „ Harry E. Wilkcn Al your lavorilo p-jclotj" ;;t.-o. ' v."i,.ny 5^.6 r>r;iof. 7.VA ^foifi . lif'l:. Conynghl IJiO, liw V/ilkcn ' K. t:\-ri-i-,, Srkcnlo/ p. O. PT. ! RED TOP GIN Bljthctlllf. Ail!. ^ They're Off Again in the National Beautyrest Sweepstakes! SELECT YOUR "HORSE" FROM THE LIST BELOW AND HELP HIM WIN I 1^1 I MM*. • ••». ' ^u * BrigHam R. B. Caudle James Other Salesmen Big Race Starts Tomorrow-Ends May 20th El Rr!"^ hl 'I 16 A ? nual Bcnut .v^t Swoopstnkos with i ID ml Beautyrost week . . . 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Rased on our H'-y.ear guarantee, (his price t-onies down to about a penny a night. When yon consider th,. "luxury eom- lorl j-ou get from lieatilyrcKt. . . when yon consider (hat it" lasted 3 limes longer than any other niat- Ire.ssc.s n, tests . . . iM ,' t ., , ic , my a inghl a .small price to pay for such a magnificent mattress? 1939 HUBBARD FURNITURE CO

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