The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1942 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 7, 1942
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THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1942 BLYTHEVILLE '(ARK.), COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVBw Leaders See American Domination Of Skiing PORTLAND, Ore. (UP)—Two national ski leaders who visited Portland expressed belief that America will take the lead in that sport after tlie war. They were Charles M. Dole, chairman of the National Ski Patrol System, and Roger Lungley, president of the National Ski Association of America. "The war has tended to move the Bki center of th.e world from Europe to the United Status. Skiing, as a sport, has been set back many years in Europe," said Dole. "Certainly after the war is over the Americas, particularly the United States, will IDG looked to as the leader in competitive skiing," added Langley. Author Has Nine Ten Names ALTADENA, Cal. (UP)—Walter Tompkias, 32. author of western novels, estimates lie lias had 5.000,000 words of fiction published. Besides his own name, he writes under nine others. Junior's Education Will Be "Aii-Conditioned Govern incut and School Men Map Plan - To Key All Future Studies To Aviati BY BUKTON BENJAMIN NEA Service Staff Correspondent NEW YORK.—When Junior returns to school next full, he may be surprised and delighted at his homework: ENGLISH—Write an essay on gliding. BIOLOGY—Why are human beings physically limited in high altitude Hying? HISTORY—Show the effect of aviation on the Monroe Doctrine. MATHEMATICS—If a P-40 has a flying speed of 370 m. p. h., how long will it take it to go 1000 mile.s with a head wind of 30 in. p. h.V PHYSICS—How is plane gravity counteracted by plane lift? GEOGRAPHY—How many hours is it from New York to Moscow?! SOCIAL STUDIES—What is the effect of aviation on population? This is not a process of sweet- x ening the castor oil. Junior is General George Washington, finding himself hard-pressed at the Battle of Assanpink in 1777, called for a battalion of U. S. Marines. •beany air-condi- ... tioned—n o t be- :;ing made air con- :;scious or air- ; i minded, but f it .Ho participate in >: aviation. '•: To accomplish \ this, one of the ' most radical changes in the history of education is planned. Educators are going into the grade a n d .secondary schools and linking every source to aviation. A series of handbooks, manuals and documents for teachers Ls being set up under government subsidy, through the Civil Aeronautics Administration of the Department of Commerce, by a Start The With— Day 7-DAY COFFEE A Maxwell blended by House product, House. Regular Price 1 Ib. 25c 3 Ibs. 69c (Watch for week-end Special) Exclusive at— Pickard's Grocery 1044 Chjckasawba Ph. 2»H3 It's a honey for the money! A-genuine Florence Table Top Oil Range with built-in oven—just right for the small kitchen! Back of the smart, paneled front arc three Florence focused beat wickless kerosene burners; two under the por- cclaincd cooking top and a giant burner beneath the por- celained, fully insulated oven. This oven is a real baker with drop door and dependable thermometer. There are also two handy cabinets for your cooking utensils. AIL parts subject to heat and wear are porcelain enameled. It's easy to own a Florence like this. Come in today and let us show you how. See our whole big Florence line. There's a model to fit your oecdf god pocketbook. ?*.— Model Pictured Above $5995 See Our Complete Showing of Florence Oil Ranges HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. group of educators, in conjunction with Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Air Robert H. Hincklcy and representatives of Army and Navy air arms. $j The purpose Ls to guide teachers in promoting n mpfd a nd .sound development of aviation education in the schools. iln some .subjects, changes- will be extensive. Acrography will .supplement geography. Space will be measured in time rather than in mile.s. Maps will be based on a global polar projection, rather than the flat, Mcreator projection commonly used now. The .study of air, the winds, clouds and troposphere and stratosphere will be commonplace. Principles of flight, will be given to all student,", 'Secretary Hmvkley calls our cultural Jag "Pearl Harbors in the C. A. A. was concerned three years ago because too few young Americans were learning to fly. Officials "were aware that aviation had written the Munich pact." Germany has decreed the teaching of aviation from kindergarten through .secondary schools .since October. 1935. S» have Italy, Japan and Riifisa. The general concepts of air were linked to every phase of education. WE CAN USi: BEST FEATURES OF AXIS PLAN They integrate the aviation idea smoothly into all subjects from the sixth grade up r dramatize through aviation everything from beginners' arithmetic through modern languages to inorganic chemistry. •Many of the features of thus program, rejecting the "regimentation and dishonesty in it" will be adapted by the American plan. Thcrcl are two phases of the air- conditioning program, according to Dr. Ben D. Wood of Columbia: (1) Practical operations: "We must make aviation a dimension of thought. When German children were contributing pennies to subsidize German airlines in South America, we were immolating Billy Mitchell." (2). Major, strategy:. Isolation Ls dead because its essential foundation of geographic distance has been abolished. We no longer have a choice between internationalism and no ^internationalism. HEADACHE t MORNING AFTER > For jittery, nerrotu be»dach«. tak* Capudine. Act* f«jt b«e*iue it'i liquid. See how quickly head clears, nervwi *r« relaxed, and you feel steadier. UM only as directed. lOc, 30c, 60e iize». Liquid CAPUDINE For Original Beauty Creations Phone 2592 Caldwell Beauty Shop First National Bank Building (1) Seoul* and New York or« same air distance from Moscow (2) San Diego and Minneapolis same air distance from Tok (3) Berlin is same air distance from New York as is Natal Above is the polar projection of'the world, which gives a true picture, Below is the commonly-used "flat" map. which gives a fales impression. Note 1, ?. and 3 in top map, which show foreign cities cqui-distant from certain U .S. cities. Now look... NORMAN, Oklu. iUl 3 )—'Wur hns Heeled n. lot of things on the •iimpus, but the University of Oklahoma still clings to the" Yale University .school son;; "Hoola 3oola" which it hns re - named 'Boomer Sooner." The tight over the .sunn hu.s be.- -•ome u perennial one. When Pres. Joseph A. Bniudt came to the miversity lust full from Princeton, where he directed the Princeton Pms.s. he attempted h> .sound out opinion on chuni;in« from "Boomer Sooner" (or "Boola Hoola") to a new, yet-unwritten lime. The response was not favorable to Brandt'.s idea. Student:* be^nn to sins "Boomer Sooner" In their roomhur houses after dinner instead of eating their dcssert.s and drinklni* their colVee. lloolu Hoohi With Spice David Wood, sporl.s editor of the university .student newspaper, recently employed his personal column lo defend "Boomer Sooner "Okay, m Yalu has a ,son«, 'Boolu Boola. 1 and I he SOOIHM'S took the tune. YP.S. and Harvard, which b the oldest American university took It.s sonu from an old Iris'l tune, 'Believe Me. H All These Ku- dearinu Yowiu Cluums.' . . , Besides, the Sooner band puts a mid- western fervor into Uir, piece that uike.s I he way Yale men .slnu it. ound more like C'hopin'.s funeral larch." a,s ordinary butter and, ixcept for the fact that it ! chewed «llghtly when eaten, since ordinary body temperatures won't melt it, can't be distln- uished from the original. The advantages of the new butter were shown when an experi- nental batch of it was shipped at ordinary temperatures to the Phll- ppincs, back through the Panama Sanal, thence to New York, from New York to Chicago, and arrived us good us when it left. Aviation Grows in California LOS ANGELES," Cal. '(UP^~' Growth of southern California's aviation industry has reached ,a development where one-fourth- of the people of Los Angeles county are now dependent on it and allied industries. Another Traffic Huuird SALT LAKE CITY <UP)—Bctlie .iuehler killed u deer out of season, but she won't bo prosecuted. Her car hit the animal on a street within city limits. A' tow car pulled Miss Buehlers vehicle from the icene—damage $MO. Worry of FALSU TEETH Slipping or Irrilatinf* Don't bo embarrassed by loose false teeth slipping, dropping or wabbllnn when you eat. talk or ImiKh. Just sprinkle a little FAS- TEJ-ITH on your plate.s. This pleasant powder ulvcs a remarkable sense? of addon comfort nnd security by holding plates more Mrmly. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's alkaline <non-acicU Uci. FASTlilMril at any drug store this "flat" map. The same distances indicated at J. Z and It in the polar map are shown here. But the deceptive "Hat" projection makes the distances appear of varying le-jiglhs. Example; (Moscow seems inner farther from Seattle lli;m it does from New York. Actually, the aerial distance, as you've seen in the upper map, is the same. All we have now bi whoso internationalism we shall live under." Tlie group believes it has ft valuable ally in the press. Us members studied the nine daily newspapers published in New York City on a day chosen at random, found 138 separate aviation articles, 17 editorials and letters, more than 30 picure.s and maps. Along with this were aviation comic strips and advertisements for aviation toys, children's books on flying and aviation movies. Dr. Sperling Puts Pet Theories Into Practice NKW YORK. (NEA)—Last, yen Dr. Abraham Sperling wrote thi thesis for his Ph. D. on the su perior adaptability of athletes a compared to non-athletes. Thi year he has put his pet thcoric into practice. In his first seasot as'coach, his City College of Nu\ York tennis team is unbeaten i eight .starts. The Beavers slni out four opponents, have run u 75 points to their rivals' 7. For INSURANCE of all Kinds Sco G. G, Caudill Agency Glencoe Hold Hldg. )•}:, U182 ISlythoville, Ark. Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 491 Glencoe Hotel Bldg. Expert Tractor Tire Vulcanizing! Don't walth until the last minute lo have your Tiret Repaired—Come in NOW - - Material! Limited! Blytheville Tire Co. Highway 01 Nortn — Phone 25501 CHICKASAW West Main Near 21st SU Prices always lie and 2tc Sat. starts 12:45; Sun. starts 1:15 Night ihows 6:4* Continuous shows Sat. and Ban. SPECIAL Thursday & Friday Nights TRIPLE FEATURE This Week Only Three features for the price of on lie and 22c Box office opens 5:45—show start 6:00 p. m. 'Give Us Wings 1 —with— "The Dead End Kids" and "Little Tougrh Guys/' ALSO Remedy for Riche —with— Jean IfershoU as Dr. Christian, Dorothy Lovctt and Edgar Kenned Also— Universal Ncxvs. anr* 'Boys From Syracuse' Test your knowledge of .correct social usage by answering the fol- | owLng questions, then checking gainst the authoritative answers elow: :1. If children arc too small to uy presents, should a father buy omething and put their names on for their mother ori Mother'^ Day? 2. Should a grown son or laughter away J'rom home cither vritcv wire, or scud a gift on Mother's Day? 3. If a grown child is at home hould he offer to take his mother o church on Mother's Day? 4. If there is no one else Uj :ook the dinner would it be considerate of a husband to suggest aking the family out to dinner on Mother's Day? '5. If a girl thinks a great deal of her mother-in-law would it be all right for her to .send her a gift or a card on Mother's Day? What would you do if— Your child buys you a gift lor Mother's Day— (a) Make much of the gift? «b) Tell the child he .shouldn't have spent his money on you? Answers It is a nice thing to do. Yes. Yes. Yes, if he can afford it. Certainly. Better "What Would You Do" solution—ia). Girts ISi^st Exterminators GENEVA, N. Y. (UP)—Ann Tanam! Margaret Arnold accounted for more ruts and mice than nny of their masculine competitors in a city school contest to reduce Geneva's rat population. CHICAGO <UP)—A new kind ol itittor, to remain solid n teiimcnilurc up to 1M deunvs •'»! iron ho it, is the In test contrilin- ion in Army culinary expmmon- .iition. It is culled "Ciirlfrr's sprnul," named in ji\sl, by Limit. Col. Robert, Curler ol' Uio quarlonnastor gcnenU's oilk<\ and Is the result of six months' laboratory work. This new butler, able lo be hipped without refrigeration, has been perfected by Major J. H. White ivncl Col. Rohlancl A. I.skcr of the Army laboratory's meat rind dairy .section. According to While, Ihr experiments have reached the stage where the .army ha;; begun purchasing "Carter's .spread" in large quantities. He said: Equally Nutritious "This butter keep;; almost Indefinitely w i t h o u t refrigeration, judging from our tests to dale. U is good quality dairy butter stabil- ised through the addition of a small amount of hardened fat. Wo have kept some of it for three months at 110 degrees of heat and it is still all right and tastes good." White .said thitt-it is just a.s mi- PRESCRIPTION 75 Bushels Choice Recleaned Ark',, soy 2913 Soy Bean Seed $3.50 Per Bushel. Roseland Gin Co. R. C. Rose, Roseland, Ark. SKIN IRRITATIONS OF EXTERNAL CAUSE icno pimples, bnmpg (blnckhoads), nnd ugly broken-oi,il skin. Millions relieve miseries with simple borne troftlmoat. Goes to work at once. Direct action aids healing by killing porms it touches. Uso Black and White Ointment only ag directed. 10c,25c.5Qcslzeg. 25 years success. Monoy-back Kirn rnnice. Mr Vital in slean.sing is pond soap. Enjoy famous Black and White Skin Soap dally MOTHER'S DAY (SPECIALS Kirby Drug Stores 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. If the earth hod no atmosphere, we would be subjected to a constant bombardment of shooting stars. Jominjj Soon— "YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH" "ADAM HAD^4 SONS" Announcements The Courier News "has been authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Democratic primary In August. For State Senate L. H. AUTRY For Representative W. J. "BILL" WUNDERLICH JAMES G. COSTON J. LEE BEARDEN <for re-election) County Treasurer JACK FINLEY ROBINSON (for ro-clection) County Judge ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) County Clerk T. W. POTTER (for re-election) Tax Assessor W. W. "BUDDY" WATSON tTor re-election) Sheriff and Collector HALE JACKSON (for re-election) Circuit Clerk HARVEY MORRIS (for re-election) A Cordial Welcome Awaits You at The Beauty Bar. One of the finest, most modern shops in Northeast Arkansas. Phone 3202 Glencoe liltlp. Heilth-O-Meter SCALE Modern, attractive design. Magnifying dial Tor easy reading. Pyrex MIXING BOWLS 3-piccc set of crystal clear bowls. 1, l«/4 and 2 qt. sizes. 95* 'Cory COFFEE BREWER 7 to 8 cup size with •durable glass filter. Cm be used for gas or electric ranges. < •95 II/ FITTED BY Doctors J. L. and J. C. GUARD OPTOMETRISTS IN BLYTHEVILLE SINCE ISO BPTICRL STOKE 200 W. Main SI. Phone 2012 Phone 42 Box Office Opens 7:30 p.m.— Show Starts 7:45 p. m. Admission Always llc-23c Tax Inc. Thursday, Victory Nite A $25 Defense Bond Humphrey Rogart, Mary Astor in— 'The Maltese Falcon' -With Gladys George, Peter Loire Shorts and News Bargain ATatlnten Every Day Ex cejit Saturday & Sunday. Show Every Nijjht 7:fM) Rox Office' opens R:4. r > Continuous Shows Sat. and Son Listen to KLCN 3:00 a.m., 12:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m. Thursday & Friday A 201k Carnwry-fb* Paramount News & Comedy ROXY Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. Show Every Nipht 7:00 Box Office Opens 6:45 Continuous Sbowg Sat. A Sun, Thursday and Friday 'HUDSON'S BAY' MOTHER'S DAY -'•MOTTO < .Solved! Just the gift fo7 Mother, Framed and ready to hang. Attractive floral subjects with appropriate verses., \ Hand Painted POTTERY New Camellia Pattern! Ideal for gifts or prizes. Choice of shapes. 98 C Savage OVENETTE Bakes, roasts, ideal forwarming leftovers or buns, 10 in. diameter. Fireproof CASSEROLE Hall processed chjn»ware. Choice of 3 vivid colors. 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