The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1940 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 27, 1940
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SATURDAY, Ai-RU, 27, WO Headlines Inspire Art Loss Of Danish Imports Forces Shift To New Markets BY Fit r'.T) lUH.r.Y United Vrcss Stall' (;orrcs,,,,,m,. m WASHINGTON, April 25 IUI'( — German occupation of Dentnnrk and Norway probably will result in an Incrrnsed British demand for American farm, products,, agricultural trade experts .suid today.- The [irediction was based on a report, by Ihe Agriculture Oepnri- inent'.s foreign agricultural 'rela- liuns office disc-losing Clrcat Britain's dependence upon the two Scandinavian countries for cnreu pork, butter and eggs. Whether (his increase will maid-inline, and lo extent, will depend upon JSiii'l.ind'.s aWll'ty to from Dominion sources iradc olti-' tials said. I'cirk ami Kgjs First Denmark alone supplied Great Britain with one-half of all imports of cured pork and eggs and one-Quarter of egg imports. Between Jan. I and March 3 of this year Britain imported 50,882,000 pounds of bacon, 31,746,000 pounds o! butter and 18,072,000 dozen eggs from Denmark, Last year England took 07 per cent of al! Danish exports of cured pork, 69 per cent of butler exports and GO per cent of al! eggs exported. Most of the remainder went to Germany, the report shewed. In the first 63 days of this year, German imports from Denmark included 23.511 head of live hogs ((SIO.QOO pounds at cured pork, 2892,000 pounds of lard. 13,711.000 pounds of butler and 0,933,000 do/en eggs. "Since all of the lending Danish export commodities are animal products, llieir continued production depends upon the availability of reed supplies," the report said "During 1039 Denmark imported Frank Sa|).i))ai-a sliou-jng Carlolta Mother Gets A Break Cell-Less Blood's Use May Save Many Lives At i'Von I Dining mju Denmark imported —" ----- j± 1,592,600,000 pounds of oilcake and Ihat 5 '° ml t r America thinks in terms of headlines is indicated bv the oilcake meal." number of news-imim-ivi ,,.,!„»;.,,.,. _i._ * oilcake meal." Imports May Be Choked Great Britain, tmtle officials said, probably will be able to prevent ihe import of Ihese reeds by the sea rotile. Unless Germany can furnish Denmark with feed it "may have killed Ihe goose (hat laid thc .gloden eug," officials said. Norway, although supplying England nnd Germany with some foodstuffs, ms a relatively unimportant , source, officials said. In i 1D38, the last year Jor which figures arc available, it exported! 1,500,000 pounds of bacon and 1,622,280 dozen eggs to Britain. All of the Danish and Norwegian . exports are or types produced in ' the United States, but, except for cured pork, they do not compete directly with American agricultural exports to Ihe United Kingdom market. "In view of the fact that Canid!!, as an empire cc sociated, economically as well as < oul sl1 -' 1 news-conscious drawing 1 ; militarily, with the United King- "" "" "~ ' <Iom in war, it, is impossible to say whether a change in the competitive position of Denmark wilt substantially aireet, the amount of cured pork purchased by the United Kingdom in the United States," thc foreign agricultural relaiioiis office said. - —} 10 uy uie number or news-inspired paintings shown at the "Young America Paints" art exhibition in New York. The very modern battle scene pictured above, showing a i, omucr power-diving at « battleship" »- a .s drawn by 7-year-old Peter Greeman, of Larchmont N Y ' *— Paintings Show Today's Child Is Interested In The News MY RUTH MHXETT Todays children think In headlines. Even 11-year-olds have Hit-. lel ' on their minds. And boys of ada, as an empire country, is as- seven or so who like to draw turn In Malaysia bees make honey, but do not cat il. since there is no winter there, the bees need not store up food. The Canadian jay lays its e»gs during weather 30 degrees below zero. Honor Students At Steele High School "Chosen , STEELE. Mo., Apr. 27. - Lloyd McDriclc has been selected as valedictorian and Miss Wilma Puckett has been selected as salutatorian of the largest graduating class of Stcele high school this season, it has been announced by Siipt. William Carter. This class hns n total of 3G members who arc graduating. ^LJoyd is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.- L. McBrlde nnd Wllimi is o Mr, j "A Modern Battle on the Se'a on view al the American Museum of Natural History in New York Ijlo >' d McBride also won first. typing at thc r Youuij America paints the sub- pliH ' e Lentil, /uncivil jminis me sub- '"^°- "• • typing ai tnp jects about which yo'.nu; America cont Mt at Cape Girnrdeau over the is thinking. And, today, young Am- .weekend. He and Miss Puckett have erica k thinking about the same | v ''°" vnl ic " ls Conors throughout this T! nit i hj> »,;.i.i.. ,.<° V' , a ».^UV.L- nn; rtilll things that fill the minds of irrown itps. ecame nn annual"^, The correspondence of the Pope in Home, requires the services of 35 secretaries. "Named to "Rule'' Norway for Nazis war, loose-stepping sol- ! Harper' 11 '""'" "* '""' S ' U ' s war ns > Members of the turcs of moden clad ski troops, diers. bombinc ' UL "b *~. -...! mu ttft tortnys young Americans know of it—not war as a child mlpht imagine II. But war isn't all that youii. Americans have oti thci r mim j s They also are acutely conscious Parker, * of lenient exercises I on Thursday id diplomas will Atty. Roy W. class are 1!MO is election " follows: Louie Mack Bain, Chester A. Barnes. Jack Benton, Parwell A. Carter, Lcda Brace Corbin, Montana Crawford, Millie Bernlcp T.I o-- 6 »"un i Crawford, L. T. Crisp, Mildred F.I- , , I ! iet '" s next T^day Hi.,n o^^.i /-•.... TT^-: . -_ i be in thc home nf TUr^ r? year m. T of them have p, in erl scene in ! , . . , dine Dootl, Guy Reginald Hop|«r, KANSAS CITY, MIX, April 2(1 J!')— "Cell-less" blood, which can be transported without- deterioration and whose use ellmtnnics Ihe delay In type-tcsllng of donors which sometimes proves fatal, was th'scrUied (it the Midwest Hospital Msocliition'.s Mih annual mming here, blood plasmn, nil umber m,jd of The "cell-less" solnilon 'Is a whole Wood from which nil cells have been removed by centrifugal force. The process was developed by Or. John Elliott at the nowan Memorial Hospital, Salisbury, N. C. Oiirliie Hie Spanish civil war blood wax collected nnd typed at depots behind the lint.s, then sent to hospitals and medical .stations near the front. Dm it was found that the blood cells broke down In transport and transfusion of the liquid often hastened dcnth. Ami wounded soldiers often died while donors- whose blood was of llie proper type wprc sought for transfusion. Serves in Shock Cases In cases of shock from wounds H, was found that blood cells themselves were not essential and (hut a fluid could be substituted. Saline solutions were ineffective because the liquid. escaped through the walls of the veins. Dr. Elliott's process ivas described as answering the ncd of n Wood substitute which can bfi transported without deterioration will eliminate delay In cross-' matching and typing, keep Indefinitely and prolong lite through Ininsfiislon. Blood Irani a dtmor is drawn directly into a sterile, self-scaling vacuum bottle. Then H is placed In containers called "centrifuges" andn attached to a centrifugal force machine. The whirling O f the contents forces the cells to the bottom or the centrifuges and the nmbcr plasma is drawn oil and placed in sterile vacuum bottles In which there is an niitl-coasulatliiK substance. Can Be Stored It can be kept under vacuum from six months to a year and under refrigeration will keep indefinitely. Typing and croxs- inatchlng of the blood will be unnecessary, delegates were told Supplies of the plasma could be mahitnined at hospitals for use In emergency cases where a search for donors and lyping and cross- uiatchlng of blood might be fatal H was said. An exhibit of the equipment developed by Dr. Elliott was displayed at thc convention Manila News Changes Meeting Day The Bible study 'class of the Church of Christ which has been meeting on Thursday afternoons k lo meet instead PAGE THKER Lovely for mother lo wenr ,, o „ Mother's Day parly |» simply curled coirrm-e, on which Is shown a liny cvonln, cowngo of swoct-' 1 omt roses a,»l for,ct-me-nol.s. Tl,,. hair Is brushed up and "away fiom the face at sides; sollly swlrle.l across the Imck mul llnlslHHl with soft, (hick curls; arranged In loose rln B lol s m th c fr, ml , ,,bovc loreheail. It's a good hair-do for day or evenint!. m mm Newest Coiffure Lines Are Adapted To Old er to her .sisters. on each Tuesday I T Y" glCS ' Mar ' e Jar , Imnnn ' FJi " a Patrick voU,, K booths. Others ha draw ™ ,' Mar ', e , Jarb °°' Patrick ***" pictures of President RrUn?i *? lley ' Ralph (Doc) Kctcl ™i, Lil- newey, and other " mimT^ »"» B <"' ire Ki ' c "?''' «»» Leaf Dewey, and tical figures. Marie Ritco. who originated the irtea of a national exhibition of children's paintings, says of this concentration on headlines- "Children are keenly alive and sensitive M g0i " B ° n '" lhc W( »M. the world In the slate it ', il , is , " Ol Arising that Klene, M.irjorie K. Lovelace, Lloyd McBridc, Alton Manws, Naioma L. Marsh. Delorious Neil, Wilma Puckett. Willard Sue Puckett, Levern Smothers, Levern Ranees Still Lcmond Thompson, William Warren Wallace, Melbra Ella Wells Chris WeinUell Jr., James Carlton Williams, Redell Williams, Attic Bird Wilson, Imogeiie Woodard, ^ar .sub ecu h\^ come S c,,il ?,"" W " S °"' Im ° ge " e Wood "ri' dren hear about the war at home Wr ' gllt ' a " d M " tvln D they study current events at Wr ' Bht •Khoo); Ihey read thc newspapers "Men to the radio news reports see the newsrcels-and naturally it' » . sinks in and makes an i mt)rcs . l mpcs . The fact that children are palnl „ jng In terms of headline., is c < | limks, a good sign. For they a c bound to he thinking of them "And painting ts a purge or heir worries," she says •° sef (above), con- Adolf Hitler's • J ^ sidered one of er most spiri'cc district leaders, has assumed the civil administration of Uerman-occupied areas in Norway A Nazi state Councilor, Terboven had been District — Qoy.ertior. of the Sssen area. Latin Is studied by more pupil, In American high schools than are Mned! /0rClSU "" Iglla6es "™- niythcviUc Gasoline At STATE LINE PRICES 6 Gals, for $1.00 JOYNEIt OIL CO. At Rci Top Gin V. S. Highway 6J, jf orth Wert Optometrist "HR MAKES 'EM SEE" Over Joe Isaacs' Sfore I'hone 5.10 afternoon ut 2:15 o'clock. The first Tuesday meeting < V as held (his wecek when Mrs George Drown had eliarge of the Bible study at the home of Mm. Alvin Tiplon. Tlic lesson was from the nth chapter of Second Corinthians Mrs. C. L. Hughes read the devotional. A lesson was also given on "Build- jog Up the Local Church." Those taking part in presenting this lesson were Mrs. J. M. Hudson Mrs Mnrnie Perkins, Mrs. A. Tiplon and Mrs. Fern Lemons. It was brought out lei their talks that the thought of building up a church generally conveys merely the idea of expansion the idea set fortli in the scriptures is the improvement of the spiritual condition of the congregation ilsclf. ' in Brown. the home of Mrs. Gcorce John Higlcy of Granhy, Conn Issued a private copper coin known as thc "Granby token" in 1737. Light travels fast enough to make 31 round trips beUvccn New York and San Francisco In one second. The clock on the town hall of Amcrsham, Bucks, England, has been going for more than 300 years. 1 ei'sons BY AMCIA 1IAKT The newest, fashions In coiilures arc: more wide waves and fewer curls; upsweeping i, n t, nol im _ swept lines. They are as ((altering to the inntiire ivomnn dmiBhtcrs and younger Coiffure Can Improve racial Contours This,, unlike .the cm or Ibe Ions, shoulder-length bob, Is » sctison when the older woman am choose n»e of the iip-to-lhe-mlnuTc, widely discussed hair-do'.s and know Hint it is ,.i B t,i fol . hcl . lls well as newly fashionable. Mother ought not to have much trouble deciding on a becoming, 1040, coil- iiirc-for Mother's Day parlies. She should remember, of course, thai wsipy curls or anything fluffy nciir the face do not. ns was once supposed, soften (lie natural i lines of innliirily around (he eye;! or make a heavy Jowl line less experts, llolh recommend that mother wciir fresh blossoms In her evening luilr-dii's Ihrouahoiit the summer months. They siigi'wl a liny cluslpr of fresh carnations or spray orchids on n baud pinned low on the neck for (lie mother who wants to soften the nppenruncc of her profile. Or a llara of .salmon pink fjlmlio- , his blossoms for the mother who wants to make her .face seem longer. Ami, they add, u snuill spray of pule Hwcdlicarl. roses and forgcl-mc-nots, pinned on cither .•ildc'of Iho licncl—above''tluj'tni or behind It, Is yoiilhfiil yet dignified. Shriners Enjoy Dinner Meeting Friday Night Plans for the Shrine Ccromonln) In Osccola next month were announced by Shrlne'rs from that city nl the Fellowship dinner ulvon at (lie Hustle inn last night. Clarence u. Wilson uuide the elconiing speech to the group In which he pledged cooperation with the Scunt-s nnd linked the,Boy Scouts, Masons and Shriners. The newly elected mayor of Osccola, Ben nutler, Invited the Hhrlners lo the city May UOtH tor Ihr ceremonial. Tho 41 present last night included six candldalcs for induction at ihe ceremonial. Hnlc ,/ni'k.son antiounced tlml ten conspiciious inslead, l.iey oflei, I emphasis them, whereas fairly donulcd for the bnrlVccue on that — PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Mam & First Phone 141 straight Hue coiffures, by contrast may soften the lines of the face. Horizontal'Linos' Arc Hail I'ur WIilc Faces Also, since liorixoiilnl lines widen the head, smart hairdressers avoid them when arranging coiffures for the broad-faced. Wide, vertical and diagonal waves arc ever so much more satisfactory because they lengthen the head nnd five it nn oval outline. aiiiis and rolls over the forehead exaggerate a wide, flat nose and flatten thc profile, tint when (he hair Is drawn smoothly backward from the forehead, the loo- small nose seems longer and larger, the lines of the profile more clearly denned . For thc long face will) large features, a small roll of hair at one side of thc forehead often Is used to reduce the size of thc nose anil the severity of the contour, riat- ness nci-oss thc top, however, is Important. Topknots of curls emphasize face's already loo-long lines. For evening coiffures, created to be worn al Mother's Day parties •uid lalcr on llirough thc summer, florists have combined their best elforts with those of the collfinc date. Ho also slated that Memphis Shriners had been Invited lo attend the ceremonial. The Shriners shirt,-;, green with yellow lies, with the emblem and immc of thc Osccola club were distributed, iirimr I9,'!7 England consumed 500.000.000 British-taught, herring at a cost of $20.000,000. Rhode Island once had laws providing penalties for refusal to accept public ofllce on clccllon. For Best Results In Baking — Use Shibley's Best TO ALL COTTON GROWERS §30.00 PER TON FOR YOUR SEED SFFD IV vvn . ' wJ >0 ' N " T BBLAV WB WIl ' JUST BRING YOUR 3000 "" •» >•<"»•• ««l Ni1 wMe " we o(t " oi Ruisell Biih»n\'! RED TOP GIN »ortt «; FOR SALE We have carload I'rdigrccil 1). I'l. and Stonfvillc Seed. Ms" large amount of same kiml that lias been planted here one year See or Call Us For Price! Very liberal price allowance for your old seed. L R, Matthews Gin Co. Phont 403-W-2 Varbro, Ark, FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER Rcsichils of San Joacjuin Valley (n Annual Batllc With Insccls, MIRSNO. Cid. (U J«) - An early sprint' urowlng .M>H«») ami pin-,. l^'cls of iili'iulfiil In Cation water fiidli'nlrs sHlKluntin) noixs in Call- fin uln's fell lie Snt\ Jnnijnln valley us Wnui'is OIK! Hull arowcjs betiln llwlf niniinil battln W l(h u crop of iliwlnirlli'c Iliads, The uniiiliiK (if thousands of nciv.s of ijivipiM'ltir.s In (ho grupp. pli'lcd. Owners tiHiiluc^wl « aim- liulKii to control cut worms in their vineyards. Many or Um gr mv ers linvi; ii]i]illcd liiscci repcllnnts to thi'li* vines lo stnrw llic cut worm army. Thr youu B put worms lie dornmm (liirlnu the winter month'; but roRitln ii|i|«!(itc s mid nctlvlly when HITCH .shows uppcar on (he vines. I'l'.si Sllcci'.vsfully 'li'(i||p(.',l A sllrky rcpclJuiii hns been .sue- I'ossful in (nipping Hi,. ,(.,„.„, 11A . | t nllcmplcd ID i-rnwl across Die Irc-'tili'd urea at n.i- vine bnso. tlrowcrs wild .sucker vine sliuuls' would be removed from (he vines I when the now vine shoots were i) to 8 Inches loiiu. Pyrcplirum oil *liniyhi|[ Is Ijcgiiii in that tliui- This spray Is a w <| | 0 control lonf hoppers and Is applied to kill the over - wilder biuoil before Ui,,y would hatch i-ggs to develop ilHrlng the sinmnor. Pyrcpheiiin oil sprny Is mnile from tin oil pressed 'from Sonlli Aiiiiiiicnii n ml Aslutlc flowers nnd nmy be highly uiliitcd and still retain potency. A specialty constructed spn>..y!!>» ::nchlim wiifls a finis spray of Die »>liitlon miwiird on the vim;. 'Hip «pri,y ivuuid ;, c nppHwl bofurc (l u . c ,-,,,, s ,, liS , (1 avoid sliilnhiK the fruit. • Heavy, early »|irliiK ruins forced olive growers lo await dry* ground In their orchards before the rprlng olive tree priming begun. TI, C dense .slmdo of the trees, whleh ure so large (heir bmnclics Intortwtiic across the rows, nuidu llie drying u slow process. Kmils Ale Mnian> Olive growers arc extremely cautious In pruning trees during con- mii'rt vttl iierlods. Kie?], cuts on Hie tices during wet seasons en- nblM olive knots to foim, Ihe .Browns explained Orovieis In the pclnno district have -escaped this Wight. However, il has been re- flortcd within 50 miles of ttic [via no district. . • lloillciiHiiilsLs, fni-m advisors and fnnnci.s liaye been unnble lo determine iho co'nso of olive knot One Ihcory holds the knots are starled by seeds carried by birds UortlcuHiirlsls hold the', knot Iri (he same class as pear blight Oiowcrs have trcaled the olive knot by excising the knot and stcrilM/ie the wound to prevent other Infection. Olive pruning in the Delano dls- trlct has been relatively light (his season, Unlike grupc vine pruii- luys, olive trees cannot be shrcd- iletl ot (lie wood hardness The large limbs are Irlmmed aiid savnd for firewood. FOR SALE 20 TONS'!)!>[,.MA I'l.ANTINtt 8KBI) $50 per ton ROSELAND GIN CO. Koselancl, Ark, i J. L. GUARD Optometriit Only Graduate Optometrist In Bl>tl>e«Ule Glawts Fitted Correctly ^ I VORTEX PETROLEUM CO. UI.Y crrv LIMITS HIGHWAY ill NORTH Anj 1 2IK> OlRiircttcs fur • IB« With I'lirdmsc <>C 5 r>al. or More of AIIK. GAS AT MO. PUIC'KS Klil'INKItV TO VOIJR OAK Michie Urns., Ih'iiler BARGAINS IN USED Ice Boxes Rebuilt and (inn run Iced Electric Refrigerators HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. Service un All Makes ItcfrlKcrators—Ilartlos—Washers ZOfi W. Main St. l>|i<in« 233 PETE IS THE WEI BUY resto STANDARD TOtES *•«••» .. ;' . ,1 PBOPQKTIONATUT .K?W // ! At Today's LOW PRICES! As CAc Per Week Low M vV On Our BUDGET PLAN PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Walnut Phone 810 He Smiles- WHY? Hccattsc his shirls me sent (« the IJIythcvilie Steam I.iiunilry, where they lire laundered by experts anil returned lfx>kin>,' as if new. Especially this summer «'il! j-dti lin<! this service invitlunblc. Your shirls will retain (hat 8 A.M. npncarancc way tij> into the day. Anil you'll appreciate the coolness of a crisp, freshly laundered shiri, too. For Expert Laundry and Dry Cleaning STEAM LAUNDM

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