The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1942 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, MAY G, 1942 Fighting Devildogs Need More Material For Officers and Technicians LITTLE ROCK.—A call for Arkansas college graduates who would like to have commissions in the United States Mann? Corps Reserve was issued this week by Capt. Thomas P. Jackson, officer in charge of the Little Rock district recruiting headquarters. "Enlistments in the Marine Corps have already passed 100.000," stated Captain Jackson, "and there is an urgent need for college graduates to serve as officers and technicians." Young men with college educations, married or unmarried, between the ages of 20 and 27 are needed as candidates for commissions. Applicants having degrees such as bachelors of arts, science, journalism, engineering, education, business administration or philosophy arc acceptable. Men enlisting in this classification are appointed privates first class and enter a 10-week training period leading to a second lieutenant's commission. Graduates of the candidates' class enter reserve officers school for another 10 weeks pf training and then are sent to !in3 duty. Appointments as commissioned officers in the Marine Corps Reserve, for assignment to special aircraft warning- duties, are being now to college graduates in electrical, communication or radio engineering. Commissions in higher grades may be awarded to men with exceptional qualifications. College graduates arc urged to write Headquarters, United States Marine Corps, Washington, D. C., for complete information. Woodsman and Bowler Also Knitter of Note EUGENE, Ore. i UP)— Chief Warden James Walker of the eastern Lane fire patrol, who is a woodsman of note as well as a top-notch bowler, blushingly admits another talent. The chief displayed a. full-sized knitted bedspread here, which he finally completed after three ysars of needle-clicking in his spare time. A Nujjffct for the Red Cross SANTA CRUZ, Gal. (UP)— A gold nugget, dropped jnlo the Red Crass relief fund here, had to be sent to the San Francisco mint for conversion into coin. The anonymous donation added $50.73 to the fund. THE WHJSKEY WITHOUT REGRETS •., -. ?--_,_ Instead of sitting around in indecision- Sit up <ind c.ikc noricc from those "in the know"— Make This Neat Lace Runner As A Gift For A June Bride BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.), COUK1KK NEW9 up .strong It looks like the lace one sees in lovely old Spanish mantillas is as delicately beautiful as the pattern that dew makes on blades of grass in the early morning. This graceful delicacy is achieved by using a fairly fine crochet cotton —size 50. This thread, though fine, is very sturdy so that the runner will last for years. Why not try making a runner? When completed it will measure 45 inches by 14'/{.—just the right size for the center of the dining room or living room tables, during •HIGHLIGHTS FROM LATEST BOOKS Drink the finest Green River of diem all —"The Whiskey Without Regrets"! The finest Green River ever bottled! BUY A BOTTLE TODAY More Light Oil Jap Shadows You thought Japan was a. third- rate power which might rattle the sword but never would attack a nation such as the United States. You probably^ also thought Japan's military strength was exhusted in the war wth China. Don't feel too bad about thinking that because you were right in step with most of us Amcricns. Why most of iis held such fallacious ideas right op to the time of Pearl Harbor is pretty well explained in John Gucnthcr's rcvi- son of his famous "Inside Asia" •Harper: $3.50), and by Joseph Newman in "Goodby Japan" (Fischer: $2.50). "Guenther completely rewrote his book and made 5000 revisions before it went to the printer in February, 1942, thus making it one of the most complete and up-to- the-minute works on modern Asia and why Pearl Harbor happened. Guenther makes Dec. 7 seem logical in view of our two-faced attitude —saying "naughty-naughty" at the rape of China and at the same time shipping Nippon more than a billion dollars worth of war material. Newman, a Tokyo correspondent for years, does no second guessing when he says Pearl Harbor should have been no surprise. Many of his dispatches support his contention, but America, lulled by' Jal3 propaganda and the "it-can't- happen-to-us" school at home, was in no mood to accept the truth about the Nipponese and their centuries old dreams of world conquest. "Goodby Japan" pictures the Jap war lords a.s no tools of Berlin but rather as Germany's implacable foes. They are convinced they can deal with the Nazie when the day arrives. This book should have been publised before Pearl Harbor, but it probably would have been scoffed off the .shelves. Today it can serve a.s an informative and interesting text on a foe of whom we know very little. Home Demonstration Notes CIu') Observes Better Homes Week Better Homes Week was observed by the Armorel Home Demonstration Club Tuesday by a meeting in the new home of Mrs. Taft Mctzlcr instead of in the club house as is its custom. After a tour of the Mctzlcr home, members answered roll call by telling of home improvements they plan for nsxt year. A Dutch lunch was served. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county 1 ' m ° nthS| ° r ° n your A June bride would be thrilled to receive such a fine lace piece Tor her new home because it's really lovely for exhibition. To obtain complete crocheting instructions for the runner, amounts of materials specified, illustrations of stitches, send your name, address, the pattern number (.P159) 10 cents in coin, plus one cent for postage, to Courier News Pattern Service, 106 Seventh Avenue, New York, N. Y. — home demonstration agent, told the women how to put first class eggs on the market and also discussed briefly victory gardens sugar rationing and distributed sugarless recipes. Try Di\idaml Remnly To Nip Your Freckles BY Al.K'IA HART NKA Service Staff Wrilrr One beauty idea that's just A-D-C- among southern women is worth pu-kiug up and applying anywhere. The idea is .simplicity itself, it's just: the bo.st protection against freckles is to cover when you K0 out under sun. 'Wearing a 1,-K W | lich is ;l sun _ shade is one obvious point for you if you are susceptible to freckling. If you have naturally heavv freckles, getting rid o!' them is not very simple, but it enn bo done at least temporarily. The- method is to cau.se the outer skin to pool and thus remove tht> .skin evils' containing the freckles. They arc small patches 0 { pigment in the lower part of the outer layer of skin. Your physician can give vou a formula which will do Die trick but be sure to use .such a formula only under his instruction. nen- ""•lUy, such a mixture is dabbed the skn i hive or four limes >lv until pectin-: is produced mmiooj) FiiKCKms MAY DISATI'KAR Childhood Uvcklc.s some times di.sappeiu- naturally in l:i|f>r lif> «»t as a rulo they arc- permanent' 71l c exact cause of the pu;menta-' n is unknown. Often tln-y seem U> rim in fami lies. And unfortu- natcly when they are removed •hey do come back. Tlicv are ^aggeratcc! by sunlhht, li^'t and -X-ray. To prevent thn'r return would be neccs-sarv to oliminatc completely the exciting "« nb such as sunlight. Those who have a few freckles specially on th,; face, mi^ht better leave them alone. The best course to follow with a stubborn freckle problem is to remove them temporarily, under the phv.sician's -upcrvision. Never use any freckle remover the contents of which you do not iave expert advice about. And do -fy, if you mind very much got- -ing freckled, to protect your skin m summer sunshine. Try These Tips For Saving Your Supply Of Go/1' M-:A is jiust as important (UiniiK war sus pence. Golfers, !M>- CIUI.SP of the rubber shortage ami government ban on tlie mtinutm-- Bive them six'dal care it thnr supply U to last. The following tip.s should provr valuablo: UN- old rut-up, balls for prudUv Hi: AT SI'OiLS ttUBBtilt Kt'i-p goll balls away from si cam Pil»'.s ur any over-hoaUnl phur. Avoid leaving them in direct .suu- llKht in hot weather. Wash sand and grit off the rovers. as shown at left. But, avoid I hot water and hard scrubbing Don't allow the bulls to remain in w«iiT. Abandon the luxurious iclcu thai ;i now ball is needed after every ruutul. While ihe supply lasts, buy }><>li balls oi iTcfKuii/cd brands lo :( .s- •s-;tiv |j 1 > s j, performance. A hi(.;h- gruue ball has a lou^h, c!ur;ib)r cover aiul lli K ht quulitiea of p ro type. Marines To Salute Arkansas Mothers 1-riTLE ROCK, May G. — "A Salute to Mothers of Arkansas Devil Dogs" will be th» theme of si 15-minute program to be presented over Radio Station KARK toni^lit iU 0:-15 p. m.. by the Little Rock district n-t-ruitlng headquarlers ol the United States Marine- Corps. Thrc!> Mothers of Arkansas Marines will bo honor guests on the program. They are Mrs. Marie Carpenter. Mrs. E. R. Packard and Mrs. C. c. Gazley, nil of Little Rock. Other features of the program will be songs deddo.Ued to Marine mothers by Miss Mary Eli/- abeth liragg and Douglas *Wel)b, pojjular vocalists from Little Rock Junior college, will be the accompanist, Te.st your knowledge of correct 'iul iisa«o by answering the following questions, then checking "K!iiii.st the authoritative answers ibcltnv: ! 1. Is It crstomnry to pay a minister for preaching a funeral service? i '-1. On what does the .size of the H'o -paid a nmi.stcr for preaching :i funeral service depend? j :*. Who is responsible for paying Ji 1'eo to the cleri.jymnn? I -I. Is it considered all right for tnu lamlly of a deceased person to send out printed or engraved cards ol (hanks for flowers? ! 5. When .should a letter of condolence be writl on? What would you do lf~ A friend living at a distance loses a mniilH'r of his family— ( «i Send flowers to the funeral «m writ,- a letter telling hl m how wiiy you are? wri'o? SW1U llmm<S nIUl Cl ° not Most .sensitive oi' the five .seu.se organs is the eye. Kuts Crow, Says 1C. S i;.>.) ( | ST. HELEN b. ore. HJ I'M--Frank Cupamm of St. Hcii-ii.-; i, ml WOI ._ rift! about the ri.sln- cost. {) f ,,,,. a j He says that i:rmv:; mi- ,. 01K | ' i)iR. Hi- advisi-.s tin- "SU'st.s" 1-0 best frii'd tu vUn-p but- tcr—"<!on<,' to u crisp brown." Tiie oldest town in the world said to be the ruins ut CJiiwra, In northern Good Neighbor Insurance CORCORAN, Cfcl. (OP)-This city devised a "good neighbor insurance" system for property out-' side the city limits. A fee, of $lV for residences and $25 for business houses within a half mile of the city limits will insure the ser^ vices of the city fire department lor a year. Start The Day With— 7-DAY Maxwell House product, Wended by MaxTTiJl House. Regular Trice . 25c 3 Ibs. 69c (Watch for week-end Special) Exclusive at— Pickard's Grocery iulinlnl5 - ^ No. Personal notes should be 1044 Chlckasawba '^'V-^' </&-,"•>> ' ' s, *•? BLIND FISTULA wh | cll thc vJcl , m may IlcrvoiISIICSS| |w bacfc * KILL ROACHES • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (Editor's note: The following letter was received by the Courier News today from an aged negro on the farm of Robert T. Segraves prominent Luxora merchant and planter who died Friday.) Editor Courier News Blytheville, Ark. Dear Sir: I feel that the county lost one oi its best men when it lost Mr Segraves. I moved to his place four years ago, a stranger to him, without money and a very little food 5!. gav ^ me fo "d ^ my family' tn Hn lg S-' he had no work *»• me o do^ HIS son treats me the same way. r would like for the public to know what people on his place thought of Mr. Segraves. Yours truly, Judge Webb. Luxora, Ark Coal is the most valuable of all rkT, geological products I, for all occasions Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 491 Glcncoc Hotel Bldg. Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing! Don't waith until the last mlnut* to have your Tires Repaired—Come in NOW - - Materials Limited! Blytheville Tire Co. Highway 61 North — Phone 2UOI *TMC WMfCICCY WtTMOUT BKCB«TS n GREEN RIVER GREEN RIVER KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY. 86 PROOF. Oldetyme Distillers Corp., N.Y. , 75 Bushels Choice Recleaned Ark- soy 2913 Soy Bean Seed $3.50 Per Bushel. a- Roseland Gin Co. R. C. Rose, Roseland, Ark. - 4 USD P K, M f f» 's S •^ ^?Sir^ O d the men « , TI S Army which recoil t>" .. i. cc ns in c t> *" 'iy33,sixm° nlhsaltcr S *ri l tfS55 OIL IS AMMUNITION,.; USE if WISELY! l-*1f. r*, |K~K*'^' ^JJXi-*-*

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