The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1942 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1942 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.), COURIER NEWS Third Annual Training Pro - gram By Legion To Be! HeW June 6 To 13 j " \ i The Arkansas Department of the American Legion will sponsor ius third Arkansas Boys' State program, a Citizenship training course, at the Arkansas School far the Deaf, Juno 6 to 13, it has been announced by Neill Reed of Blytheville, department commander, and N. B. Wecse, Little Rock insurance • executive, •Boys' State director. Emphasis will be placed on^diT ties of American citizens in time of national emergency and several cla.ss periods will be devoted lo study and practice of civilian protection in time of war. Accommodations will he provided for 300 boys and it is expected that every county will be represented. Attendance will be limited to high .school juniors, except when boys in lower grades are especially For Original Beauly Creations Phone 2592 Caldwell Beauty Shop First National Bank Building recommended by their school superintendent. Any civic, patriotic, business, religious or educational club or as- social icn may sponsor a boy. The enrollment fee for the seven-day course, covering housing, food, medical care and other costs, except transportation. Is $12,50. This may be paid by. an individual bin official sponsorship* must come through an organization in the boys' home community. The boys will be assigned ""to mythical parlies and will be divided into groups, each dormitory to represent a mythical city. Tv;c cities will constitute a county and the counties will form governmental units of the mythical state. Bays' Stale is non-political, but the "citi/.ens" will study and practice- the b'isic functions of the two-party system of operating city, county and slate governments in a democracy. Nominations and elections will be held for various cfl'ices and a session of Boys' State legislature will be held 'at the capitol. Mr. Wecse will be assisted by Justus Mat lock. Little Rock teacher, as executive officer, and a trained stall' o( counselors and supervisors with long experience in beys work and in the educational Held. All/ state olficers of the Legion, district commanders and other, well known leaders^ will serve on the board of directors. • Applications and enrollment fee .should be '.sent to Arkansas Boys' State.. Inc., War Memorial Building. Little Rock, before May 15. President's'Letter to AEF Boys United States Marines were present and assisted in the coronation of 'King • Kalakana of Ha- .1 waii on February 12, Our TRUE VALUE Week ( ends Saturday — April 25. Only 2 more days left to take advantage of the maiiy "True Values" of this Big Event! ... automatic sprayer attached, THE WHITE HOUSE . WASHINGTON V^.r^^vV-N'"-','-/'- ' '' •• TO MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMY EXPEDITIONARY^/-~ FORCES: ..*! '/ •V'i ^' You are a soldier of the United States Army.' '•' ,#.; You have embarked for distant places where ,£ the war Is being fought. r ; ' / Upon the outcome depends the freedom of your lives: the freedom of the lives of those you lovo your fellow-citizens—-your people. '„ _.' i Never were the enemies of freedom more '• tyrannical, more arrogant, more brutal, ( ' Yours is a God-fearing, proud, courageous people, which, throughout its history, has put its freedom under God before all other purposes. •' We who stay at home have our duties to perform—duties owed in many parts to you. YOU will be supported by the whole force and power of this Nation. The victory you win will be a victory of oil the people—common to them all. You bear with you the hope, the confidence the gratitude and the prayers of your family, your- fellow-citizens, and your President ' u ,..' it:'. County Council Members To Hear Osceola Pastor OSCflOLA. Ark,, April 23.—"Men- i tal ami Spiritual Health for DO-' li'nse" will be the subject of an address by the Rev. Jaim-.s S. Up- l<»i. pastor of the Osei'oln Melh- ''Klisi Church, to members of Ihtt Mississippi County Council of Pur<MU Teachers Association in their animal Spring meeting- to be held :u. Whit ion Friday. April 2-1. Reports from all local units in the county an annual elrciion of officers will make up the morniini session, it was stated by Mrs. Spruce Williams of Osceola, county president and nlso district director for northeast Arkansas. Mrs, T- H. Ivy of Blythevill'.'. county supervisor of schools, is chairman PAGE of the nominating committee. Following luncheon Mrs. J. A. Apple, president of the WilsOn I J . T. A., will speuk on "Morale Is u-Victory Won." Mrs. W. B. Bur- keti of Bnssett, retiring fifth vice president of Arkansas Congress of Parents ami Teachers, will install the new 6f fleers. Music numbers will be furnished by tho'Whitton Glee Club. luxora Rotary 'Members Elect Dr. T. F. Hudson LUXOUA, Ark.. April 23.—The •Luxora Rotary has>elected new of- 1'ict'rs us follows: Dr. T. F. Hudson, president;'R. C. Lnngston. vice president; T. D. Wilklns, secretary-: treasurer; Ray Whitmore, sergeant- at-arms. S. J. Smith is represent- ing the Luxora club at the > meeting of Arkansas Rotarians at the .Arlington Hotel, Hot Springs, this week. Iceland Shops and Cafes Keep Up With'the Times REYKJAVIK i UP)—Signs of the times in Iceland: An Icelandic coffee shop was renamed "Cosy Cafe" when British troops arrived. Now it boasts a red, '\vhlte and blue sign: "Karl's Yankee Doodle Inn." The Polar Be^r ilestiuirant had added <i '.sign: "American 'pie." Other enterprising 'Icelanders 'have named little ' eating spots "Cafe New York" imd 'Broadway 'Restaurant.' Tops China Relief Qutf a LUXORA, Ark., April < 23.~-Mayor R. C. 'Langston ,'announced today that Luxora-has a 10 per cent over- subscription of the $250 .quota, for the ''China ; Relief Furid,' - > ['! Benjamin.' 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If you write a letter to, say, Robert Taylor, Hollywood, Calif., it will be delivered promptly at- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer in Culver City. Write to Bettc Davis, Hollywood, Calif., and the postal people will flip your letter to Warner Brothers in Burbank. In the same scattered way. 20th ( I Century-Fox is in Westwood Vil- ' lage, Republic is in the town of North • Hollywood\and Universal is in Universal City. v STILL SHERWOOD A few years ago Warners found a wooded area 50me 35 miles out of Los Angeles and there filmed much of ''Errol Flynn's "Robin Hood." On the company's daily call-sheet, the place was identified as Sherwood Forrest. And Sherwood Forest it remains today, officially. Incidentally, Flynn and' a movie troupe are back there : now, only this time .Sherwood. For-i est is doubling for the Black Forest of Germany for scenes in "Desperate Journey." Along the eastern edge of Hollywood proper is a district called Mixville. where the late Tom Mix made some of his earliest thrillers and where he invested a good deal of the proceeds in real estate. Overlooking 'Mixville is a still elegant residential region on the western face of a midget mountain "which Antonio Moreno once toppe'd with a rambling mansion. The district is still called Moreno Highlands, and a Moreno Street, a Moreno Place and a Moreno Drive crisscross confusingly. SAM TS HONORED Be Mille Drive borders one of the swankier estate' sections of a nearby part of hilly Hollywood. There's a Goldwyn Avenue in Culver City commemorating Sam Goldwyn's tempestuous association with the studio which still uses his name along with Metro and Mayer. Virtually all the picture pioneers had streets or parks named for them—such as Pick ford Way and Fairbanks Place. A street in San Fernando Valley has been christened Priscilla Lane. 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