The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1939 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 9, 1939
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FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1939 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARTU COURIER NEWS PACE THREE E Flapsecl Time Determines Australia-England Voyage Winner ADELAIDE, South Australia June 8 (UP) — Tlie nnmial "gvnln race" Trom Australia to the Unltec Kingdom is being participated li this year by 14 ships, mosl of wlilel are already well on their way. First of the fleet of wliidjam mers to snil this year was Ihe VI king, which left Feb. 1C. Two day Inter the Abraham Ayduerg sailed. The laller ran second lo Pnsstit in last year's race, and was the first vessel to gel a grain charter Ihis i> year. She Is carrying 3,200 Ions and f the Viking 4,101 tons. Next away was the Passat, greyhound of Hie fleet. She took the Silence In the Court Tills is climax scene of Chicago court- drama, In which nil Ilircc i>rlnci|Kils were deaf-mules. By tnriiti "ace last, year'with a passage, of 97 I heart, Mrs. Marie Chambers of Shelbyvllle, Tcnn, it-discs to "listen" to slun language of Ben llnll. who days and tied with ll>e Pommern In 1931 by sailing the long voyage in 94 dnys. In 1935 she made an exceptionally fast passage, winning in 85 days. The Passat sailed this year on March 6. The Pnmiv followed two days later and the big Moshuli! left March II. Tlie Lnwliill was next, away on March 15, carrying 4,602 tons, and on March 20 two more of Capt. Gustav Erikson's big four-masted barks, the Olivebank and the Pommern, lefl together. One of the oldest dcepwatermen the Wlnlerhude, sailed on March 22. Last year she required 1<H days for the passage, but finished ahea< of the Perning, which required 210 days, although the latter was (Us masted and lost time being repaired in New Zealand. The German training ship Koo- modore Johnson left March 22, but jslie cannot be strictly considered ' as an entrant in the race, as she has an auxiliary motor. A German owned sciimre-nueer, the Padua, sailed March 28. The Archibald Russell left April 3. The Killoran and the Panang were Ihe lasl two to depart with their cargoes. A striking feature of this year was the first 12 vessels named sailed within six weeks. Usually that number of sailings is spread over four months. More than 50,000 tons of wheat will be transported by the fleet making for English channel ports for orders. With the vessels leaving at different limes, the factor .determining the winner is the duration of the yoyage.^.'So the .outcome will remain'Xunde^termincd.^imlll most of the"" vessel's" have reached their goal, he met while attending .school in Chicago. Looking on Ic her husband, Graham Chambers, who charge, ils wife had lr-ft him for Hall, Finale: Mrs. Ct)nmbers decided she didn't love ctlhi'r man, .signaled III, she'd like lo g'o home. Tolin L, Thompson Graduates From Arkansas Stale Einstein Theory of Relatives flakes 5,000 Pies; Now Ready To Quit Awhile lanforcl Dean Observes Emphasis To Keep Slalus Quo 'STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cnl,, tine 8 cUf>> — European school corns, bnlh In (he democracies nnd lie totalitarian countries, linvc >ccoine a new baltlefli'ld for pro- rtgnmln, accordliiR to Dean Clrny- soi) N. Kefnuver of Ihe Stanford school of I'ducallon. Dr. Kefauver has returned from two months' trip to Europe, \yhei'e he visited seven different countries lo study what Is being taught the European I'lllv.ens of tomorrow. "In Germany and Russia," he said, "iidiiciitlon Ls used directly and drllbcralr-ly lo build loyally lo (ho existing social program. There Is, littli! talk about the (lunger of l>i<)Uii|>umln from other countries, "On Ihe other hand, In the democracies of England, France, 'Sweden and Denmark there Is great sensitivity and much discus' slon nlimil the dnnueis of propaganda from the totalitarian coulr There Isn't going to be any pies (he home of Mrs. .), P. Sanders ir n while. Alter cutting and trvliig more than 5,000 pics In the ust five years while keeping oai-ders she has retired from islness for the present nnd so de- lares no pics will be in her meal ilamilng for n long time. Having catered especially to men loarders, Mrs. Sanders always had . standing request for pie as desert. After the first few hundred ,lii! decided to keep account to ie« how many she served. Tislrull Ranks High In Wesl Point Class , Mo., Juno 0.— Hugh A. Tistmll, ,Ir., son of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Tlslndt of this city, who recently graduated from the U. B, Naval Academy at Annapolis, ninkeil Iwciity-flflh In n class of 6112, and was uiadiiatcd with a scholastic rating of "with distinction." Them wore only S3 In the class receiving tills ranking, and to receive It llicy were died attaining not less than 8fi per cent of the multiple for their four years of class work. Young Tisladt, who wns commissioned 11 Second Lieutenant, wns n high ranking student In the Car- iilhrrsvllle high school, from which he graduated, and also ranked high In collcne work at Joncsboro State College. Joncsboro. Ark. He will oport July 3 to Hie Commandant f the Marine Ilasle School nt the 'lillmlolpliln Navy Yards for his first duty, nnd will remain there mill May of next year. Last year, Tistadl was sports Htllor of the Academy paper, ami dso served as radio announcer foi tlii! Navy's liomi! football ijnme.s. Miss Bright To Teach At Caruthersville CARUTHERSV1LLE, Mo., June 0.—At a meeting of the school board here Wednesday night, Miss Jnn- tcc Bright of Tlplonville, Tcnn., elected to teach vocational home economics here next year, and a new school bus, with 55 seating capacity, was bought to be tries. DcmiHT.icli'S Also Alert "The re.sult has been that Ihe present world tensions have causet the democracies also to liicrcus stress In schools on the necessity for supporting the existing soda order. In the democracies who: the term 'propaganda' Is used, 1 refers only to that of Communlstl or l^scLst origin." Dean Kefauver said that In Dei lln, educators were pulled ove the "Jealous" attitude toward Gei many of the United Stiilcs. He declared that In secondary school rooms where history was (might, he found on the walls photographs f Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, he American constitution, the New York skyline and charts of American natural resources. There also was a bust of George Wash- nglou on a pedestal find American uooks were on the shelves. "I was forced to admit," Deal Kefniiver said, "that few second- use<l In transporting rural drcn lo the" locnl schools. chil- Village Proud As Birth Place Of 1st Tractor liiullo work Is tlio ijoiii of John , (Tommy) Thompson, another of 10 nlythcvlllu, students who wa.s nulimlrd this yenr from college ,Ir. Thompson, son of Mr. uni .Irs. J. U Thompson, received his \. n. degree from Arkansas State ollcge al Jnncsboro with n inajo n litigltsh nnd a minor In inallie unties. In preparation (or radio Mr. Thompson wns actlvi: In Ihe 1 ;lramnlU'.s club of the college serving the group this yenr us president. lie was also student dlrcclcr far and line! Die male lend In two of the college's major productions, Shakespeare's "As You Like It" and "After Wlmpolc Street." Dellix Omega Sigma Is the socltil fraternity of which he Is a member. He was cliapluln of Ihe. fraternity during his last year (here id also held (he olllco of vice resident of (he Mutineers' club nd wns u member of (he .Spanish lub and the Y. M, C. A. Mr, Thompson's name wns on he honor roll of tlic college dur- iif both his Junior and senior •ears. In addition however to Ills scho nsllc record nnd extra curricula) icltvitlMi, he hiis paiilclpated li •ellBlous conferences and workct it the college diirlnii the summers "In I lie. Garden" nry school administrators In the United Stales would dare put a picture of Hitler In their schoolroom or place on their shelves book printed In Clcnnan." Stanford I'lrlllrc Kxlllbllcil But what astonished the Den the innsl, he admitted, was 111 fact that on the walls of one of th school rooms he even found a photograph of the Stanford Quad- That sweelpcas enn be planted successfully wns by .loliii Murlln who has a long row of beautiful sweet pens along with other Dowers no\> In bloom on u vacant lot adjoining 1231 Holly si reel. The garden Is Ihe properly o Mr. and Mrs, Clcovge Orel) but L tended by Mr. Maiiln who grow Dowers because he loves them. Hhc planted Hie swcctpens n ic Clrcbs' lioinc on Dnvls avctm id when they. Inter moved h aiisiilanted the Dowers wlicn Hie ere a few inches high, llelng tx practical man, Mr. Mai n has many vegetables growlii long side his Dowers, all of wlilc inkc a pretty picture for color, icnliiess and growth. Tire costs go down, when you buy Lee Tires at Phillips 66 stations. You get guaranteed first-line quality at lower first cost, And thereafter you get lower cost per mile .,, iwcause Lee builds longer wear into these tough- treaded tires with the extra- strength carcass. Ask your Miillips 66 Dealer about rices,.. trade-in allowance . .easy-pay plan ... and lit! 12-mnnllis' road hazard gun ran tee. Forty Four Fanners Attend Pemiscot School That Dr. Albert Einstein's famous theory of relativity may apply lo lair-raising effects in .coiffures is suggested by this recent picture, nken in New York, of the noted scientist and Ills sister, Mrs. Maja Winleler-Einslcin. rnnglc. MCGREGOR. la. <UP)— A mark- i "German educators CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June 9. — Forty-four Pemiscot County farmers look the two-day training held at the courthouse in this city, E. B. Hope, assistant county agent, said yesterday. The training wa for the purpose of Giving instruction lo train farm reporters, and the class will begin on special two- 1 day assign m en Us next week. They will report their work to the county committee for inspection, and those whose mark Is found acceptable will be kept on as a qualified farm reporter for Ihe 1939 crop year. Those taking the training arc: Holland—P. K. Harris and Roya Lester; Steele—Dan Stcelc, Woodrow Bishop, Roy Barnes, Raymon 13. Milligan, Hollie Fnvris, R. L Ledbetter and W. P. Clark; 7Iayti —Lacy Bush, Glen B. Austin, A. O. Allen, A. G. Pickens, Woodrow McDonald, Lofton Groom, J. W. Slira- [fi der, Kenneth New, L. H. Gale and J. Henry Ruddtck; Carulhersville— James W. Dickson, J. M. Tumbow. Portageville—Stanley P. Edwards. C. S. Sorrell, J. Ernest Riles, Claude L>. Downing, chas. Brasher, George E, Swift, Talmadgc Burgess, Woodrow Clark and Harold F. Butler; Bragg City—John W. Holloway, Tyler—F. J. Geslrlng nnd Arthur Scout Boys - Girl ilegin Summer Activities Summer activities of the Girl Scents of the city were txigim Wednesday when a breakfast was arranged for the Scouts and a hay ride, for the two packs o! Brownies. Day camps U> be held the third Wednesday^ji each month, truck rides, and an "open house" when the Little House is opened to the public are among other affairs planned for the summer. Twenty five girls from the city troops met at the Little Hause Wednesday morning at 5:30 to scrape the tennis courts at the park which -were given lo the girls by the Mississippi County Pair association. After working for an hour and a half. Hie girls choked bacon, eggs and toast for their breakfast. A • genuine hay wagon was the mode of transportation used by the Brownies \vhen 1G of them went to Line Oak on n hay ride hey ha dluucli. They were accom- iimlcd on the trip by Mrs. John M. Vendes. Mrs. J. J. Bryant, Mrs. less Homer. Miss Vera Snltua and Miss Alice Salilxi. The first day camp of the summer will be Wednesday, June,21, nl Walker Park. Mrs. Vendes is in charge of arrangements for the affair. It has been announced that p.11 Ss'.uts must hate health certificates before they can participate in the swimming events' in connection with tlie day camps. er will be creeled soon In the little village of Froelich, In., to designate the spot where the first gasoline tractor was built. Tlie location Is beside Highways 18 and 52. ; ' A bronze plate on Ihe maiker will slate: "In this village John Prqelicli built Ihe first gasoline tractor that propelled itself backward as well spoke enthusiastically," Dean Kcfnuvcr said, "of what they call the 'New German renaissance.' They appear to accept imrntcslloiintily the totalitarian idcn, They expressed equally as freely their desire lo win bncl; Danzig, the Polish corridor, and their former colonies, but not lo the extent of fighting for them. "They also expressed n great dc- Hc wns oii<! of his school's rcjire scnlnllvcs at Ihe I'rcsbylcrlnn Stu dents' convention at Arkadelphl last year and nt Conway this ycai l-X'umnny Hi'ghis at Home HARTFORD. Conn. (Ul>) — LOE- Islalors were conscientious In carrying' out Gov. Raymond E. Baldwin's.' pica for economy. Instead of voting the usual. $4,000 for a, liew' g'llliernnlorlnl sedan, HIieyT'do- cldcd the. governor would ImVfl to ride In one costing $li,OQt). A MAN'S DRINK SINCE fi Read Courier News want nils. sire for re-eslnbllshmenl of as forward. More far reaching In economic relations wllh other nails effect than any other event In uons which have raw materials modern agricultural history, It | nm \ re-establishment of export Jail Inmate Stricken With Appendicitis Mamie Lee demons, 21, who has been confined to the county jail awaiting Irinl in circuit court on a charge of grand larceny, was stricken with an altack of appendicitis early Wednesday morning. An emergency operation was performed at Ihe Blythevillc hospital. Her condition today is very good. P. Wagner; Deering — J. Russell 1 Wednesday afternoon. They played Burns; Braggadocio — Edwin S. singing and playinic games before Huffman and Luther Curtncr; Peach Orchard — Alton Slillman nnd John w. Harris; Wardell—W. H. Fields, E. E. Wisener and John H. Taut, moved out of this village nnd into Hie world in 1892." Froelich operated n feed mill and elevator nnd gal his Idea from watching a slenm engine being used for threshing. lie noticed that In the sparsely r.ettled Dako- I tas. for instance, difficulty always was encountered in getting water for the steam engines. Froeltch realized little financial gain from his invention although he organized a company and manufactured gasoline tractors at Waterloo. trade that would support, a- stable economic life," Demi Kefauver said, (Slant Calf Horn TWIN PALLS, Ida. (UI>)—A record-breaking calf, weighing 155 pounds, wns born here. Dr. E. T. Powell. Idaho veterinarian, snld the normal weight of n calf at birth is 10 pounds nnd (lie heaviest he had heard of previously weighed 104 pounds. Rend Courier News mini ads. Dog Stripping Latest Tlirfl ELYRIA. O. <UP) — The latest wrinkle in Elyria crime evolution j is "dog stripping." A thief stripped j the collar from a dog owned by Miss Lucy Hoctor while the dog > was lied in Ihe yard In front of During 1938 stale gasoline taxes cost the American motorists $7GG.- 853.000. The five stales leading ill .'the collection of state taxes were New York. Pennsylvania. California, Ohio and Texas. New York collected $66,132,000. Wert Optometrist "HB MAKES 'EM Over .'oe Isaacs' Store Phone 5<JO Dollars Saved Are Dollars Made Anti-Knock Gas 73+ Oclauc, (,'al. (Il'iilline Ethyl SO Octane, <;iil. 13.5c 14.3c (All Taxes 1'aitl) SPECIAL LOW PRICK—100% PURE PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR Oil/—TAX PAID- 2 GAL. CAN !)!lc Highest Quality Products at SAVEON GAS CO. i\!ilgs From State Line Holland, Mo. 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