The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 4, 1946
Page 5
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SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1946 BLYTHEVIU'E (AUK.) COU1U13R NICWS PAGE ny» ; COURIER NEWS PICT URES PORTRAY WORLD NEWS AND VIEWS Oil Men Will Northern Iron orqest oil source, with most of its production coming from these lumped from 216,866,- Saudi Arubla and Island produced about 25 000,000 barrels in 1945. Kuwait, tiny Arab sheikdom, nuvc over 1,000,000 barrels. Kuwait's oil potential is seen os greater than Iron's. Oil Fields Ju. Refineries Retires Explosion Sinks Destroyer Escort Now Hint the USSR, through the Russian-Iranian oil company ayreemenl. has gained lone-sought _dri|]Jni; concessions in northern Iran, how much oil will she set out of it? Map above shows Russia's Ii.-mian foothold, and approximate "take" from other oil concessions in Middle East. Helen II. Smitli, 70, who has been signing the salary checks of the President of the United States since K138. is pictured putting her name on the last check prior to her recent retirement. A Treasury Department em- ploye for SO years, she wrote out the presidential checks in longhand, siKning them "11. B. Smith." Study Spanish Regime Charlie— Spirit of Spring to Japs Tliis till view of the; hliist-nimltcri'tl jiinu-tmv of tlio destroyer rscori, tempt to jmi out the lire. Tho shli> wns nt a pier connected with'the USS Bolfiv. wn.s Uikcn Just In-fort; Uus ship sunk nt K.\vk\ Now JITM-V. Nnvnl tlepul ul Eurlu. Kirsl blusU shook communities more' than '20 llnrbur lugs play streiuns of water over her burning decks In mi ut- miles uwny. (NBA Tctcphoto.) ' • " • ' Paul Haslncfc, left, former Australian history professor and newspaperman, promised a "practical and forceful" investigation of Franco Spain after he was named head of the United Nations five-man commission to'.study the Russian-Polish charge against the Spanish regime. Hasluck. discusses the assignment with U fl S. United Notions Delegate Edward R. Stcttinius. Jr., right. (NEA Telephoto.) ' J .• : Franco Prober r* L With'gay goings-on, Japan .'redently celebrated Its once-annual spring festival for the first'tihio in nine years. Pictured above is ' ttte Qlnza.jTokyo's BroadWny with a spring celbhrant imitating i ^, , 'Chirlie Chaplin, a ^ifoal favorite otiJad liiovie faiss. Plan to Keep Soil Busy All Summer for Top Yield 1 Paul Hasluck, above, new Australian delegate to the UK Security Council, lie;.* a five-man , UN" commission charged with '•investigation of the .Fr.nK'o regime ill Spain. He is a fin. , Hi' 1 professor, and nfcwipfir-.iiTnaii. K"«Ovah King Victor Kmmnnucl III, •nbovc, of Italy, is reported vcndy soon lo abdicate, tnrnhig over cnnlml of his Ihvonc to ;i vc- - pcncy pnulin;r thf coining of 1 ;igc of )iis y nineteen, Victor •.HKinucl, Prince of Naples./^ Efficient Layout for Vegetable Garden of 1,200 Square Feet. Gus Lesnevich. world light- heavy we igli I c h a m p i o n. in London to; fight Fryddic Mills Jvlay 14. [{els direction 10 fight ' ' Tn a small garden, planned lo produce an all season supply of each vegetable grown, and keep the land working without idle periods, an amazing quantity of fresh vegetables of high quality can be grown. It is far more economical to cultivate efficiently a small plot, than to work twice the space haphazardly, and the yield of Ihe small area may easily equal or exceed the large. The small space may be boiler kepi with less work, and less seed, fertilizer and insecticides will | be needed. Well fed vegetables will have higher quality, and the owner will take more pride in the appear- Dean McNcal of St. Louis, Mo., above, has heen appointed as-1 i sistant to Office of limcrgency ( f Stabilization Director Chester; Bnwles. ^Tr^Ioal will handle All this rcnuires only careful planning; and tliat can be done in a few hours during an evening before the ground outside is dry enough (o spade. A suggested schedule for a space 24x5D feet is given below, with a diagram o£ the area above. Do not copy this plan and schedule, but make your own, based on conditions in your garden and your own family preferences. And remember that, in making any plan, adjustments are always necessary, with a little more of one crop sown here, a little less of another there, in order to make each sowing a complete row, and k»:-p the ground occupied all season. ance of his clot. „..„, M ».«- w First Sowing, as Soon as Ground Is Prepared J>ays lo Harvest Harvest Last J|*ets ,. «0 days Broccoli 5H days Carrots -,n flays p-nrtive, cnrly "d days Kndive, broad leaved fto d.ivs Row K 2 1 X n no 11 iz 13 II 15—16 26 3 17 lit 1 19 .10 2ft 21 22 27 S 4 n.irk J.cttuee 40 days Onlnrt Seti 20 days Pa "lcy 75 days Parsnips S3 days Peas 61 days New Zealand Spinach RO days Swiss Chird «o days Turnips 60 davs fi uccl:* TO frost 8 weeks 6 weeks To (TCC7.C 6 weeks 4 weeks To^rccrc To spring 2 \vccks To freere To Ircc7e 2 wechs DU aays t- T*«.vn» * _ . Sow a W«ek Before Frost-Proof Date. »ush B«ans fiO days | -1 xvccks I AURUst 10, Beet* Mm* B«ans SO days | To frost | None Sow or Transplant w'hcn Frost Danger Ts Ovrr. Beets Carrot!t Cuciimhers Onion Sets Italian Marrow KRR PUni 1'cppers Tomatoes l.ctlntt Reels CO days TO days *3 days 40 days 20 days •> days ., ,;cchs X weelis 6 weeks fi weeks 4 wrcks To frost Transplant to Garden 75 days I To Irost CO days | To frost dayi None None Auqil5( IS. TllTtii •Tnly 19, llcans None None None CO days I To frost i ^uuc Sow Saiy I).iys After First Sowing. 40 days R wtohs I None "* "-- C weeks None S ?rc.»!k3 ; | Nono Seeks House Scat • \ * * viH tf* in They Take Coal Strike Lying Down Sj June Prall, of Rncford, N. C congressional sccroUiry for this post 25 i r c;iv.s, has buim ntuninal- ccl by the Democratic I'urly to servo the uncxpircrl levin of the lulc Hep. William O. Durgln. It she wins in " special election, she will lie North Carolinii's first ,,,.,. wpmnn congressman. To Rule Italy? . lints shielding their faces from Ihe sun, these (dlo coal miners dnngle fishing rods In the water while they nap on Use river bunk near Unlunlown, F<i, They're typical of many United Mine Workers who - 'i^vaciiUpn.' i __ ^ , _ \ p ' use the Victor Emmanuel, 7 above,* 10- year-old Prince of Naples, may become King of Italy, at/cord- IIIR to reports from Rome which predict King Victor Emmanuel III will abdicate in favor of his Grandson in an effort ID save the House of..Savoy./•«•.-, New 0/arkiaii Follow Crop AHRUSt I, 1>CUUC« None None : Alicust 10, ne.ini None None .Inly 15. Carrots , June 10, Ream None None Ro« 1S, July I, Enrtlve Row 16, July 1, Onion None None July I, Chinese Cabbage EUREKA SrRIN'CS, AKK.—Mag- nrw Kcllncr, nationally syndicated weekly newspaper cartoonist whn has l«Jt his, office In Chicago for a Urm in the Ojnrk moinitilns nc»r heie. Kettncr will continue cartooning, hopinfr lo finrl in the Oiarki "new liisplrilion" for his charaolcriialitwi. nf 'i' Mair. Street au«l Hie cKl John F. Kennedy, above, son of former Ambassador Joseph I'. Kennedy, atul a hero of naval lighting in the Pacific, hns announced his candidacy for the congressional seal held by Mayor James M. Curlcy. Curlcy will rch'm]U]sh the past t;l the cud of Hie year. "Harvard men are all so cute" was the comment on the Cambridge campus recently when John Gantt, of Cincinnati, Ohio, was chqseri *• "Mr. Harvard of IfMG." Above, he's piclurcd getting a con- .•••aiulatory kiss from screen actress Chili Williams, lett, while «'. './;irl 1'alrieia Meal whispers something or other. The "cute" Mr. Gnnlt. 21. is six feet, Ihrcc inelics tall, weighs 175 pounds. He's in the Army Now—And Glad of Meet Die liif-hesl paid buck private in the Army Air Forces—James L. Triplet!, of'Hamilton Ftafci, Calif., whose montlily pay cliccli total? $SlS.!)e. A stnlt sergeant during the war, he WM discharged iuul fiol n civilian job. After watching his "lake home" pay tight R losing battle with iDcrMa*d tt\^ ing costs, the SU-ycni'-old veteran .lecidod mi Army re-enlistment offer looked pretty good. !• hc'a bat!: •:) !ho .>reiy, and poses above, with his wife nnd the 10 childi^ti thiough '."how ailotnwnt*-kc nUjiin<; his rerpvi). »py, .Visuros .^hmv how.H Iwonks down.

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