The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 28, 1936
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1930 (Ccntlnucd From Page 1) l"h C'lfe c:lurful and utl" dse Wlillii'i" r. IVsakley cl Vcnkcrs prcbub'.y will I'-'-' nc:n- nalcd/ !i'|iiililiciins race fi'e T»sV It will be surprising if l/!hmai'. :'c?sn't win. The Republican candidate won't be nominated un- il Sept. 29. which leaves litt'c inie for campaigning and J|'. On the other hand, O n-- •latic i'overncrs can \K dcct-ii 1 n years when the- presidential Smith was fleeted in l!)j-l ulnv John W. Davis \°as defeated a-"! well remembers that the nt-if: ttvl Fcnnklin Ftco.sevi'H gor- rnor in 192B. tut refused to siv '1 it;; electoral vole for presi- Icnt that year. LaGnardia will campaign fo: taeevclt, according to all reports, will .fiirinv Walker, which lid be a help In the city. Or- nnlzcd labor leaders are putlhr,' n a hot campaign to get out, lie vole for Rocscvelt. there's hopeful New Dial (alk "I 250,000 oj- more votera lor scosevelt who never took tiie rouble to vote before. RUher Joughlin's remarks concerning cws lielped the national ticket New York, some Clieer for Democrats Worries of the Democratic high onmmiul aren't shared by all. Ither. Some insist that this lection will be out of the poli- Icians' hands, that in the as- '•enibly elections of 1035, wlicn rainmany was relatively inactive mil Republicans stressed" the New peal issue, the people of the netropolis re^tered .and flocked o (be poiln in tremendous nuui- -ers to vole Democratic. .cccrdini; ;o tills theory, the man on tiie street" is aroused .nil will come to bat for Roose- elt without being herded to the lolls by Tammany. And Tam- nsny has BO in.i:iy im|H>rtant !o- al political contests of its own hat it can't afford to "lie down" bis year. It is also (me (hat Democratic lolitical bosses in the boroughs •utsiilc Manhattan—Ed . Flynn of be Uronx, Jim Sheridan of Juoens. and Frank Kelly of ircoklyn— will stand by- Roase- •clt. Tlic fight in New York between Bullion and Roosevelt may bs so lose, in fact, that it will be de- ideil by the trends of the next ew weeks. .., ,-.-, Copyright. 1930. NEA Service, Inc.) ai fan tile Paralysis jj?revenlivc Spray Is wbject of Bnl lei in Dr. A. M. Washburn, of the Mis- Issippi county health unit, has is- ueil the following statement rc- arding tile use of. nasal spray for reve'ntion of infantile paralysis, as ikcn from n report, of the pnblii icalth service. "The recent ex|>erimental work .y Drs. Annstrong antl Harrison ,1 preventing poliomyelitis in moneys by use of a nasal spray has xcilcd so much interest and spec- lation that the Public Health Serice licems it <Iesirab!e to issue the ollowlng statement: "The evidence regarding this Mtliod Is as yet based upon anj- oal experimentation and the prd- •osed spray is not at present to be egnrded as of proved value in the irevention of poliomyelitis in man. t may be advisable to await the csult-s of further trial sbefore giv- ag the method general applcation. f. however, it is desired to use the olution, it should be sprayed into lie nostrils three or four times on Jternalo days, and thereafter weeks' during the presence of poiiomyc- itis. The spray tip should be Minted upward and backward at in angle of r.'«ut 45 degrees, and he spraying! ..hould be thorough nougli to reach tiie pharynx as veil, when a bitter taste will bo aotcil. The early applications at a .«& should be administered by a f-isftinn. Tiie experimental work iinitnals is still being pursued. Tlic tentative procedure, is therefore, subject 'to such changes as nay be dictajed by future findings. "'Hie most effective solution so ar developed during experimenta- ion on monkeys is prepared as folovvs: "Solution A: Dissolve 1 gram pic- ic acid In 100 cc of physiological alt solution (0.85^). Warmtiv acllilates solution of the picric ncid. "Solution B: Dissolve 1 gram of odium aluminum sulphate (sodium him) in Ice of physiological salt olution (0.85%). Any turbidity In Ms solution should be removed by Itcring one or more times through tic same filter pajwr. "Mix solutions A and B in equal BLYTHptLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Touch Of Presidents Finger to Start Power Humming a \ ——"•**——^-^*,#4^« A % ! ^, — -•^^ I PAGE THREE , .tab EpUtmIc TORONTO, Ont. (UP)-Ontarlo governmental authorities have appealed to Michigan experts l» an effort to slop a fisherman's Itch epidemic which lias spread along llii> etislerii chore of Lake Slmooe. The Itch, similar to a former disease in Michigan • is believed 10 be caused ty Invisible parasite Iroui snails. U\ke Baikal, in Slbeila, Is said to be tho deepest freshwater lake in the world, LUMBER FOR SALE Plant Closer! Down Permanently Cheap Prices All kinds rough DRV LUMBER Chicago Mill & Lumber Company OH-OHI, t KNOW i SHOULDNT HAVE PRANK ALL THAT PEP GIVIHO h'.ILK FROM CRAIG'S DAIRY BEFORE i STARTED THIS RACE. Pressing of n button by President Roosevelt, In Washington. 3003 miles away, en Sept. 11. starting power genernllon at Boulder Dum, will be the climaxing act in an epic of science mid toil which has given man mastery of the turbulent Colorado river Engineers long had dreamed of. subjugating the mighty stream which roared iiniraininelcit through its canyons, its vast, potential power wasted. Its'waters a menace to thickly settled valleys in llcod season. Years passed before this magnificent conception took shape. Finally, Black Canyon, shown above In Its primeval majesty, was chosen as the dan; site. Through tcrtuous legislative chan-' ncls (he plan moved. At last, on June 3, 1033, construction work began on the hydroelectric and flood central project, which, with 'its allied works, was to rise at a cost of $165.000.WO.' Twelve mrnnmolh valves In the face oi Itouhler Dam will ciicn when Hie president tenches (he button mm ollldally starts power generation, releasing a dozen great man-made Nlnunrns. The photo shows llic outlets on the Nevada side. Meeting their ilow in midstream (o make a spectacular double cataract will be the water which Is freed through the (valves on' Uie Arizona side. Giisliina forth of the waters will be the .high point in the impressive ceremonies which will mark the event. With u, e Imge uciieriHlng plant in operation, lights will K low und machines will hum in Los Angeles, 270 miles uwoy. .The power line which will serve the California district will carry the biggest electrical load ever Irans- porlcd-275,000 volls. And below the reservoir 2.0qo,000 acres of land await the benefits of irrigation. amounts. The resulting mixture, which contains 0.5% picric acid and 0.5 per cent alum is sufficiently antiseptic to prevent growth of organisms nnd is ready'for use as a spray. Homemade concoctions are not favored." KlICUEfc! By NEA Service What do YOU do. when company J^irns, In at the drive unexpectedly fi."<i the pantry supplies are low? • "" There are housewives' who ring their hands helplessly and others who telephone the delicatessen. And there are others—very wise cues—who keep on .hand emergency reciixx for just such an cccasion. and who greet the guests with a smile. Baking a cake, on such short notice may seem quite an undertaking. If yon make "Quick Chocolate Cake" or "Quick White Cake," however, you can stir -up the batter, bake it and have the cake ready to eat, all wilhin 25 minutes Such' a cake is a dessert to glorify the simplest meal. Both of these- cakes are certain to turn out well jf the directions are followed carefully. Quiik Chocolate Cake Two ounces chocolate, 1-2 cup shortening, i cup sugar. 1-2 cup milk, 3-4 cup flour, 2 teaspoons taking powder, 2 eggs, 1 teaspoon vanilla. 1-4 teaspoon salt. Melt the chocolate and the shortening over a low lire. Put in a mixing bowl. Add the sugar, milk, eggs (unbeaten), vanilla and flour sifted with the baking powder and rxiit. ; Do not stir until all the ingre- dients are In Ihe bowl, then beat hard" for several minutes until the batter is nice and smooth Bake in two layer tins, well greased, in a moderately hot (375 degrees P.) oven from 15 to 20 minutes. This makes a dark, riclt cnocolate: cake. ' • Quick While Cake Three-quarters 'cup sugar, I -1-2 cups sifted Hour, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 2 teaspcons baking powder 1-4 cup melted shortening, r eg'g ibeaten). 3-4 cup milk, 1 teaspoon flavoring. Sift the dry ingredients (flour, salt, sugar and baking powder). Mix the beaten egg with tiie melted shortening and then combine the two mixtures. Siir thoroughly. Pour into 2 greased layer' tins and bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees P.I about 20 minutes. Or take in one layer flat tin and cut in squares for serving, Both these recipes disprove the theory that fine cakes demand in-finite labor to which you must devote hours. ' : Here is a prize recipe for un- cocked bittersweet frosting, it is easy to prepare and would be ideal for either of these.cakes Bittersweet Frosting Two squares bitter chocolate i 1 1 teaspoon butter, 1 teaspoon va-' nilln, 3 tablespoons boiling water. 1 cup confectioner's sugar:: Melt the' chocolate over toiling water, add the butter and the. boiling water and a speck of salt Mix well. . . You will notice that it will b? a very thick mixture. j Then add the sugar, a little at. a time, and (lie vanilla. Beat vigorously. If you do not care greatly for sweets, you will like this better made with a scant, cup" of'sugar. For sweeter frosting you ' may want more than one cup. If you use more sugar, add a little more boiling water, a teaspoon at n 1 time. J 4lil!B 'this makes a beautiful am,,, shiny frosting thnt can' be made in a jifly. Negro Revival Meeting Is Drawing Good Crowds The evangelistic meeting at the Bethel negro Methodist church Is drawing targe cro«xls, according to the evangelist, the Rsy. Blackmcn, who recently becunic pastor. He will pleach tonight on "The Eagle Stireth . Up Her Nest." .Saturday night on "After the Ball Is Over—Who Dances and Why" _and Sunday night on "Dogs With 'Human ' Faces." The pastor issued an Invitation today, for white people to attend the services. Realty Transfers ,. 't Warranty Deeds . "E..J. 1 Browne and Esther Dent Browne to Charley Spencer, lots 4'and'5, block G Edwin Robinson addition to Blyjheville. Spankings -Do -Good ! • WELLAND, Ont. (UP)—A bat strap and, a good right, anni hits acccmplislled ' "wonders'-' in', disciplinary action hi .Wecland. coun- -ly, .according .to Magistrate J.' C. Massle.'' He said that/out of 800 cases -\n which spanking was ini- posed'.in lieu of imprisonment, there'' have been '"only -four "repeaters."- • For three years more limn .1,000 men wrought, mightily and dnn- seraiisly at their colossal task, rearing the engineering marvel shown above. Already Boulder Dam and the urea around It have become the mcccn for thousands of rjghlsccre weekly, the cars of some of the many tourists being shown' here, parked on the dam crest. More than 100 workers B nvo their lives that the (.Igantlo barrier might be completed. Nine million tons of rock Were excavated and 4.CCO.OOO cubic yards of concrete poured Into the hole thus made. Reinforcing the concvetc, '35,000 tons of steel were used and mixed with the 5,000.000 tun-els of cement were 105000 carloads of sand and gravel. Back of the (Jam, Lake Mead, conlnin- ins enough water to Hood the slate of Connecticut to a depth of 10 feet, hus been tilling this summer, forming a scenic marvel Monkey Glands Popular With British Women LONDON. (UP) '—Englishwomen seeking rejuvenation from monkey glands outnumber by far the women doing so in any other country, according to Dr. Serge Voro- noff, "monkey gland" expert, w ho is now visiting London. "Women or other countries arc satisfied If their faces look young, out Englishwomen must be young" declared Dr. VoronofT. "They want to ride, golf and dunce on equal terms with their - daughters and even granddaughters. "It Is possible tor a woman, who spends n painless Imlf-liour In having the glands of u. monkey transferred to her, (o regain 15 years of her life." Ten men undergo rejuvenation treatment to every one woman, Dr Voronoir said, TI5RUY ABSTRACT & K.KALTY CO. Abstracts, r.amls Jt Loans E. M. Terry, 1'res. arid Mj;r. I'hoiie C17 lllylliiivllle, Ark. ORDERS TAKEN FUR "BERNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS FR1K Mrs. Leslie Hooper Mrs. A. O. Haley HW Chickasawba Phone 192 The blue whale, caught In the Antarctic, measures up to-ioo feet In length and Is the largest animal In the world. Bounce back to (i(M)l) IIK.AI.TH and feel lit for what's ahiad by drlnklnr a constant and adequate .supply uf PURE, FRESH CRAIG'S Milk. GRADE A RAW MILK Quarl irjc Pint (Jc Hullerniilk, Qt 6c We Pay Cash For 2nd Hand Furniture . Phone 1031 Hubbard 2nd Hand Furniture Store Near Goff Hotel PARTS & SERVICE DEPT. N'OW OPEN'. tlNTII. 0 P. St. . Id-pairs for all Cars , and - Trucks . - Washing - Greasing . Wrecker Sen-ice Phone G33 TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO A YEAR-ROUND BOOST Civic pride is eulogized, antl deservedly, from pul- _ pit, by press and through advertisements. All of us are frequently asked to show oui- public spirit by contributing- to various civic causes. Sometimes, however, folks forget that "giving"—a most commendable act—is not the only way that n citizen can be a booster. For instance, you can show pride in the community by having an attractive home . . . Your yard meets the eyes of nassersby first of all. By creating and maintaining an inviting yard, you are helping to achieve a more beautiCul town . . . Then, too, a • charming setting for your home—its grounds- increases the property's value. The expense and time spent in keeping your yard well-groomed (watering it properly and cultivating * (he lawn and flowers) is-slight compared with the personal and civic good thus developed . . . liecauae an attractive home is a year-round boost for you and your community. BLYTHEVILLE WATER GO. Courteous, Personal Attention to Every Customer MoneSO' 113 S. Broadway How to Pick -vv PLUMS We mean the good things of life—that new dress you've been wanting-, the slices your husband needs, new draperies for your livingvroom, a glider for the garden, a new car. There is' one almost infallible way to do your "comparison shopping." .Read the advertisements. They give you facts about quality and price before you buy. When you make your final choice you know you've covered the market thoroughly and are getting the best and the most for your money. Advertisers in this paper promote their products sincerely and truthfully. Follow them and learn how to pick "plums."

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