The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1940 · Page 2
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PAGEWO ^LYTOEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Young Amerieau Refugee-r-and Friend Appeals For Volunteers To Man Merchant Ships Answered TORONTO, Out. (UP)—Hundreds of Canadian seamen and officers from the Atlantic to the Pacific are answering the call of the British merchant marine service. Thousands of British sailors in ports over the world were recalled to man positions in the British navy following the outbreak of wax- To fill these gaps, Britain looked to her Dominions. Canada answered the call with 2,000 of its most able seamen, of whom it is estimated more than half this number are ;.from Toronto. Britain needed oil and gasoline to lubricate and operate the machinery o£ war and a fleet of tankers was brought under British charter to carry these vital cargoes. Only a few hours after the call went out for men, more than 200,Toronto sailors volunteered for the emergency and were soon on their .way to Atlantic ports to join their vessels. Many From Lake Fleets "Hie men who answered this call, in many instances, left lucrative •jobs on shore and' aboard lal:e steamers. They came from all walks of life. As nation after nation yielded tc the Germari3>rislaughtr hundreds of ocean-going" "vessels — "ranging from 1,000-ton tramp steamers to giant 20,000-ton passenger ships— escaped to the safety of British waters. ._ And as the demand increased for more men. England again turned to Canada. This time more than 500 Toronto men volunteered, lining up hi front of shipping offices minutes after the call went out. In a few hours, they were en route eastward. Many were placed on board ships of other nations, including vessels of Swedish, polish, Belgian, French and Netherlands registry. In some instances,.' many lake officers ,who never _had sailed out of the St. Lawrence river were v placed in responsible positions , aboard ocean-going vessels. A for- merlcaptaln of a C. N. K. passenger boat is now commander of a Canadian convoy ship. An engineer from % a Toronto-owned ship holds a similar post on a Belgian vessel " Some of these seamen have macte theirifinal trips; victims of enemy raiders patrolling the seas in search of cargo ships.. With --the ^close ~of -another Like season" only-a - few weeks away, many seamen in Toronto are preparing to move into the merchant, marine service for the winter. Others already have obtained berths and are awaiting orders to -sail. - A returning Toronto seaman summed it up this way: "If you want to find out who is boss of the seas, _ask the-man who sails the ships in convoy." On< r.,. of ., tne youngest American refugees, to escape from war-stricken Europe, year-old "Florence Bosnian"'' seemed . deeply interested in her first glimpse ot New York when she recently arrived from Amsterdam with 'her pet poodle, '"Nenuphar." Florence will live with' her grandad . ' " .in St. Louis. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Most Popular Baby Little Miss Giiiger Yarbrough. three year old daughter of Mr. and Mri. Dewey Yarbrough. won first place in t the popular baby contest held prior to the Senior play "Cool Knights" which was"" presented at .'.the'Steele high school auditorium last Tuesday night and she received 33-her prize "a beautiful loving cup. The contest ^as sponsored by the Senior class. The entire program \vas tv complete success. » $ Howard Smith, litile lour year eld son of Mr. and Airs.. Floyd Smith, sustained a .broken arm recently when he accidentally fell out- of a car while he and his mother were motoring. He is rccov- ' criug nicely. Mr. and •Mrs. John W. German of Steele are announcing the avrhal . of an eight pound. baby girl, at their home last • week. The baby lias teen named Jackie Lee. Mrs. Elwood. Brown and children.-Jean, Joyce, and Spencer Dean, of Chicago. IH.. arrived Sat- m-day afternoon for a week's vfcit with her~ parents, Mr. and Mr*. L. C.- Spencer ,cf Steele. and her sister, Mrs. Abner Ashcraft and other relatives of Cooler. Mrs. Brown will return by* Cape Girardeau next SiTiday for a. visit vith friends before return ins, home: Mr.^nd Mrs. EJbert Brown and children . moved ^ to I Kennett' la^t week vhere Mr. Brown i£ to be ejn- ployea as a carpenter. Their daygh- ter. Evelyn, is remaining in Steele \-wiUi Mr. and Mrs- Cecil Brown to . attend Ste«ie high school. Sonny Laden, little "son of Mr. Mrs. Thomas Laden is recovcr- nicclj- from ^a tonsil operation rformed' at the Method Isl hos- in" Memphis-last week, r. and Mr?: S/ P. -Lee. Jr.. wHo for the past two years have been living in Clarlcsdale, Miss, are moving to 'Memphis.'in the near future. Mrs. Lee is the former Miss Madalone Kelley of Steele. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Spencer returned home over the week end after several days' visit with the latter's sister, Mrs. Dovle Wendall, and family of Memphis. Miss Lucille Stephens has returned after a peek's visit with • relatives in points of Tennessee. Mrs. John Parks, Jr., and Miss Rubye Frye, have recovered from injuries sustained in a.,"car accident several days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Burkett of' Halcomb are spending several days with their mothers, Mrs.'Ora Harrison and Mrs.,Willie Michie, and other relatives. , . ' : Lynn .Vaughn": of Memphis, spent, last weekend |_herev\vith his parents, Mr. a^"$irs; : Albert 1 Vaughn; >'-Arnold Jnr^:^was^taken to r "th£ •Wa Us ' Hospiral"' !h Ely the vj lie over the weekend where he is being jtreate'd 'for^ a severe case of malaria. '•His .'condition'=• is some improved. ' P. Dunn of Steele underwent a major.: operation at the Blytheville hospital last week and is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie 'Jones of Marston spent last week end here with Mr. and Mrs." Ray Jones. They were accompanied here by their mother, Mrs. Grace Jones, who had spent the past week at Lilbourn with another son, A. T. Ashcraft and family. . Mrs. F. E. Waters, who was confined to her home the past week by illness, is now able to be up. ' Mr. and Mrs. Buck Burns wieitj iutJness visitors in Caruthersviile Saiurday 'morning. . Mrs. Ray Jones, Mrs. Abncr Ai>h- oraft and children and their guest, Mrs. Eiwood Brown, and children., visited Gilbert Brown and family of (he Maplcwood community Sunday evening; . " ; Mrs. *Rncl Ashcr, Mrs. Glynn White, Mrs.'Basil McCluvc and Mrs, Glenn Jones! were visitors in Bly- 1 thcvillc. Friday. •"".. Cleo Mae Poe, Howard Mayes; Ben- jnmin F. Pattison vs. Maballa Pattison, Claude F. Cooper; DeWitt Mitchell vs. Georgia Mitchell, E. E. Alexander;. HJldagarde Greb vs. Howard J. Greb, Alexander; James Hill vs. Jeanette Hill, J. B. Roleson ; Lavern' Miiligan vs. Rena Mil- ligan,--Rolesoh:-/Clifford'- D. Russell vs. -Lois Pauline Russell, Roy E. -Nelson (decree granted); Edgar Smith vs. Lorene -Smith, Reed; Grace Pinion Morgan vs. John Morgan,- Partlow and Bradley; James Smith vs. TommTe Jones Smith, Partlow and Bradley; Irene Karan \'s. '-Edward Karan, Cooper. Ada Rowell vs. John Rowell. Cooper.- • •• ' •• . • - - - . •..• ..." Beware Coughs CMMM Or eomulsion 'relieves promptly be cause it goes right to the seat of, the trouble .to help loosen and 'expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsipn with the understanding you must like the vay it .quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY City for Conquest with James Cagney and Ann Sheridan faramnunt News & .fan Garbcr'f -Orchestra. 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