The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1944 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 7, 1944
Page 8
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OB EFGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Work Conference On Food Preservation is Opened Today FAYEITEVHtfi, Ark , Aug 7- A five-day work conference on food preservation by refrigeration opened today at the Unlverslly of Arkansas It was announced to- diy by Di. Roy W. Roberts, head of the department of \ocalional leather education In the College of Education. Th e nork conference, which will be conceined with equipment and processes Involved In the resignation of meats, fnil Is and \ege- (nbles, Is designed to aid super- MSOIS and teachers of vocational nmicuKuie and home economics on istnbllshmcnt _and operation Of ic- frlg«ratlrtg' units Iri community school*. Discussion topics will Include construction of (lie building selec lion, Installation and operation of (he. plant, nnd tire selection, preparation and processing of the food. Trie conference will be directed Ijy Dr. Roberls, and J. B. Frait- clonl, Jr,, head of the department of animal industry of Louisiana State University. Special consultants will Include Miss Alma Keys, state supervisor of liome economics education; Miss Ruth Powell, assistant state supervisor of home economics education; c. R. Wflkey, state supervisor of agricultural ed- iieatiln in [lie Arkansas Stale Department, of Education; L. E, Henry, engineer-director of the Arkansas State Planning Board; and W. F.'Slater, of the Sinter Manufacturing Company of Memphis. Faculty members In the college of agriculture will assist In the conference Include Miss ZeJpha Batley, associate professor of home economics; j. R. cooper, licad of the department of horticulture and forestry; Kylo Engler, head of tlic ^FOUNTAINS WIRVWHSRE i' f fey-i-ota tomjxinv, Jorijf Island Cily. ff. Y iaanchised Bottler! Pepsi-C6la Bo'ttling Co. of Blythevilli 1 This ' Italian boy Is rio( Just j "playing soldier" as his age; '.might suggest.. He's a full; fledged partisan, with real rifle • and / grenades, who directed American troops away from areas in und around Llvorno. .which he knew to be sown with ' Nazi land , mines. Thoto by .Sherman Montrosc, NEA-Acme . war pool photographer, ' department of agricultural cnel- neering; Warren Gilford, head of (he department of animal industry; N. W. Hllston, asslstimt professor of animal Industry, ami V. M. Watts, professor of horticulture and forestry. Conditions Good For Mexicans Working In U. S. SAN FRANCISCO, AU B . i (up> A representative of Hie Mexico office says that living am! working conditions for Ihe most part lire excellent for .fomc 63,000 Mexican farm workers In the United States. Pedro Muro Asnnsoio of the Information department of the office reports the conditions', are adequate .in all but two of SO camps lie has visited In Arizona nnil Southern Cnllfonilo. Asunsolo points out Hint Mexico Itself has ft labor shortage. But lie says his country feels obligated to help the U. S. produce food under the Good Neighbor policy. He revciils that an additional 1000 J.fexlcan agricultural workers soon will arrive in the United States. Asunsolo will continue Inspection tour through Oregon, Washington, Montana, Nevada, Idaho, Colorado and Michigan. We Earnestly Solicit Your Vote For RS. JACK CARNES for iMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEEWOMAN for Arkansas • • . This patriotic Arkansas War Mother has devoted all her time, and her personal fortune • to cheering and assisting wounded service men.... A native of Camden, Mrs. Games has been an active Democrat all her life. ... Her opponent, Mrs: E. W. Frost, has held this post for 8 years R K A N S AS DOES NOT EED FROST AUGUST 8TH j * . This Ad Paid Mississippi County Friends of Mrs. Jack-Ca'rnw Narrow Escape F.or Hemingway aridCompanion ST. POIS, France, Aug. 7. <UP,»-- Auilior Ernest Hemingway dnd Life's photographer Hotel I • Capa liad a narrow escape d'om dcnlh pjlday. They wiiltel Into point-blank.range of a Nazi tmtl-tunk gun and were blown o(t tho road; by n shell thut exploded three yards aw8X' ' Hemingway, Capa and three otli- crs were approaching SU Pol? nn foot ns Urn United States infantry was attacking. One mile from St. Pols, they en- coutilcred tlircc American ofjlccvs who said thcli 1 J?ep hnd just, \«i-.n Wown up by a nine foul that tficy had found no signs c! the enemy. Hemingway and Ills pnrty decided to go on and Investigate, watching carefully for nifties. When they reached the last, curve In the road near the town an antitank shell exploded down the middle of the road three yards from Hemingway who wns hurled Into the ditch. Capa wns taking pictures whon'a second shell blew • him over und forced him to tuke cover. ; WE FHL AIJj DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND BAVE YOU MONET STEWART'S MONDAY, AUGtfST f, A few seconds later, two enemy fnachlne guns opened' up, slashing n'way the brush a few inches alwve Hemingway's head. Hemingway'was in tiic direct, line of fire and was unable to move. ' He played dead for half-an hour v/hllc tlic'others who wore not In tha direct angle of fire edged back along the highway, and sent for Infantry reinforcements. fiiit before anyone reached the scene Hemingway and ono of the party made a dash for It and cot to safety. Capa, who has been an almost InsepArablc companion of Hemingway's since the Spanish civil War told the United Press: "I thought I was going to take the last picture of Hemingway and Capa around a baUlcfronl" Food processors, distributors and storage plant operators who have manpower problenis are being advised to get In touch with War Food Administration mcmuersof their respective committees. The WFA will In turn present tlie problems to the Production Urgency ana Manpower Priorlies Committee In their areas. Help In Food Problems LITTLE ROCK, Au?. 1 (UP) |0/ FARM '0 LOANS 4% Present Loans Refinanced. Liberal Property Valuation. COMPARE OUR SERVICE NOBLE GILL AGENCY "Complete insurance Service" GLENCOE BLDG. PHONE 3131 NEWPORT, it. i. <UP)—Because of the shortage of good whisky, a drink made fashionable by society folk )u this summer colony during the Oa v '"Os Is coming Into Its own. Known us "Newport Punch," the drink consists of a mixture of ruin, lime Juice, an-ack and loaf sugni', blended together and chilled on,Ice. DRS. NIES & NIES OSTCOPATHIC PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY {CXCfPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 614 Mil* Bfothetlile, Ark, Phone 2121 ALTERATIONS' Come to Hudson's for, alterations of all kinds. We have three expert seamstresses on duty at all times. • ' HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier minute \ Militarily, this is the most important . . . most urgent of Die whole war. The moment is at hand for American soldiers to give everything they've got in a supreme effort. Depend on them. They will write history ... write it with their blood. Financially, loo, this is the most Important, most urgent phase of the war for America. This is the moment our soldiers depend on as to make our supreme effort in this war! We've got to make history too! Don't fall America now. Buy) Bonds. Buy Bonds and keep on buy-' ing Bonds even though it begins to pinch. And if you think that's a sacrifice,] just look at the casualty list in this newspaper . . . then go out and buy some more! This space is a contribution to America's all-out war effort by ansas Grocer Co, ^ Gay & Billing Inc. JJ^H, ».!.:..„ n_._ n.' Arkansas Grocer Co, L. K. Aihcraft Co. Joe Atkins Machine Shop L. H. Autry, Burdette A. S, Barboro & Co. Barksdale Mff, Co. Blytheville Water Co, The CraftoD Co. Delta Implement^ Inc. Loy Etch Cberrel«l Co, Gay & Billirjfj, Inc. Guard's Jewelry & Optical Store Halter's Quality Shoe Shop Happy Hour Grocery & Mkt. Hardaway Appliwce Ct. Herrick'g Jewelry Hubhard Furniture C». Hutibard Hsjiwirig C*, Huddleston & C». • ' Jiedel-'s Langston-Wroten Co. Charles S. Lemons ~* Planters Hardware Co., Inc. The New York Store Pat O'Bryant Palace Cafe J. C. Penney Co, Phillips Motor Co. 1>! Robinson Drug Co. I. Rosenthai, Inc. Tom W. Jackson Rustic Inn A. G. Shibley Wholesale Grocers C. G. Smith Floyd A. White Zellner'i Slipper Shop rumi giM«|Tm - t/nJWIMI mrr - ?i8?m r»MB cmturfii

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