The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1941 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1941 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Hedge-Hopping :v-v Founded Boy -Scouts Or-' | ganization; Also Was Noted Military Spy NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan. 8. (UP) —Lieut. Gen. Lord Baden-Powell, founder of the Boy Scouts ana Girl Guides and one of the famous military intelligence operatives of modern times, died today. Soldier, sportsman, author, sculptor, defender of mafeking in one of the proudest actions in recent British history, Lord Baden- PO\Voll, wearing 84, had been ill a long time. His love of outdoor life had enabled him to fight infirmity as he had fought innumerable actions during his long and distinguished career. Lord Baden-Powell was perhaos ieast known for his exploits as "a spy, which had grown out of his early scout work in South Africa and India. He had retired to Kenya in 1938 and had lived at Nyerl where he died. For the last few weeks he had suffered recurrent heart attacks but had shown improvement toward the end of November. . (London reported that, the last message Boy Scout . headquarters there.had received from their chief .scout was a Christmas card winch arrived last week. (The card told the scouts. "Stick, it out; -Play up to the .scouts' slogan. Sleeves up and with tails up go to it and win th° war.") Air Corps Recruiter in Though Germany's mechanized army has a demonstrated pfficiency arduous, realistic practice like that pictured above still goes on Recently received photo, passed by Nazi censor, shows a motorized light anti-aircraft battery smashing through' a thick barrier of shrubbery. Lone P Fr Lt M ~~L M M. T j lLone Tine urowine From Jonesboro Next iuesday c ] ., n , n . sr Dohd Rock Manufacturers Its Own Food YOSEMITS NATIONAL PARK, Gal. CUP)—Occasioned, by the questions of tourists, a study of a lone pine tree that grows out of a solid reck surface high above the Yo- Do you want to be a cadet in Uie U. S. Army Air Corps? Arc you single, between the ages of 20 and 27, physically sound, with two years of college' work? Lieut. Walter A. Nielson. Air Corps representative, will be at the U. S. Army recruiting office in Jonsboro iRootn 306 Post Office building) next Tuesday to interview applicants and to discuss requirements for membership in the Air Corps with any youths interested in becoming, flying cadets. Applicants with the above qualifications 'must pass a written examination before becoming cndets. Camera Shows Reading: Habits SOUTHBRIDGE, "Mass. CUP) — To. help reduce school failures caused by reading, an eye-movement camera has been developed to record reading habits. Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly . If you. suffer from rheumatic. nrthritij- or neuritis 'pain, try this simple- inexpensive Konie recipe that thousands are using. Get a pnckrigo of Ru-L'x Cyiu pound today. Mix il with u quart ol water, add the juice of 4 leuums. It's- easy. No trouble at ull and p:cas;:ut. You need only i tnblespooitsful two times a. day. Often within 48 hours— sometimes overnight—splendid result^ are.'obtained. If the p«fns do not qniclclj leave and if you do not feel hcUer. Jtu-Ex /will cosi you nothing to f.ry ;i«it is sold by your druggist, under nn absolute money-back ;:u;irantL'e. Ra-E> Compound is for sale and recommended by Kirby Bros. ;iml (Inip Mores everywhere. Nationnl Park Service. Naturalists said the tree, which Three Blytheville Youths Among First Group from This Area in Draft Camp Robinson at Little Rock :<oon will receive 10 men from Mississippi f/ounry for a year's military training under tho selective service net Draft hoards A, B and C announced n»iiH\s today of the 10 draftees fleeter!, including two white men and one negro from Blytheville in Board A's territory. From Blythcville Jan. 15 will go William Henry Walton, negro canning' factory employe. On Jan. 19 Mftyes Wright and Alton Albert Womack, both i. Blythcville form youths, will go to Little Rock. Draft Board. B sends Tormnie. Li&ern Mosbey. Manila; Delma Noel Clippard, Luxora, and N. C. Pipkin, Manila, on Jan. 19, Prom the area around Osceola two white youths will go to Little Rock Jan. H; Harry Orvillc Webb, Keiser, and Sam Auguscu.s Monls. A day later negroes Lee West Master nnd William King will entrain for trip to the induction station. ft was rumored here today that another call for draftees might be made from this district Jan. 27, with from seven to nine men re- Is This Desciiptinn Fits You, It's 10-1 You're A Man PAGEV7IVE Ky RUTH MtLLETT a man would: Enjoy wearing an old hat, Use profanity to .show how tickled he i s to see an old friend. Believe that he is irresistible to the opposite, sex, Call nan polish, "Unit awful red stuff." Turn first 10 the .sport page of a newspaper. Walk into a store and buy the first thing ho b shown. Brag about taking a cold shower every morning of (he year. Stop on a cold day to watch a steam shovel work. 'Buy ii two-year-old son u foot-ball, Enjoy cleaning a gun. UK MAY FOllGET is 80 feet tall, grows out of a fissure in the granite face known as El ' Capitan. Its food is manufactured in its leaves from water and carbon dioxide, and such minerals as it requires may be obtained from the rock. Its supply of moisture apparently is gained from winter rain aud snow. . . Thus it thrives without soil. The experts were forced to study the Ires with glasses and -other- instruments from the nearest vantage point. Growing 1,157 feet above the valley floor, the famed pine is inaccessible. t --- Semite Valley has been made by the - Km -gg 3uur uo William Penn made his treatv porteclly to be called from each of ihe.three draft board lists. The report was unconfirmed at. selective service headquarters. No Doctor Available Yet For County Health Post The Mississippi County Health Unit—without a director .since Dec. 18—will have to continue for a little while longer without a head, if* havS been announced by the State Board of Public Health Service. The National Defense Program has taken so many of the phy.st- that nt present there is no one available to fill the position made vacjint by the resignation of Dr. E. M. Nixon, who resigned to enter private practice in Little Rock, In the meantime, ihe unit 'i. s funcUoning with nurses an d olerkls carrying out their duties nnd it is expected that n director will be secured within n short' Lime HIS ANNIVERSARY Expect a haircut to be noticed and commented on. Buy'a'.suit so nearly like the one before he Is the only person who knows he ha.s a new" one. Forget his wedding anniversary. . Judge the .success of u vacation' by the number of miles lie was able to drive each day. Come back from an important dinner nnd not be able to name everything- on the menu. Mead while a barber cuu away, undirected. A SHOE SIIINt IVKESSICS HIM l>r Feel dressed up by n .shoe shine-. Carry tho same poeketbook for five years, summer and winter. .Enjoy WHtchlng his automobile repaired. ATHLETES (?c°j FP , cl . 0 » rJn ?;'U> help, healing aid wSf nl V i ttntls , cpsls of B tock and 1 "' 1 8( i othes OUL burn tor your soap, get famous Black and \Vhto Skin Soap at all dealers today Enjoy figiirini: out a railroad line table. ' , Make a private tally of election •etums. Consistently tip . pretty Waitresses-more than homely ones. Love,Letter In Wartime Co«lly LONDON, Eng. (UP)—A love letter to his fiancee in German-occupied France cost n man $50 in London. The defendant was found guilty of violating defense regula- tions, by' attempting to letter via Eire. :the£ The African musk shrew is small--* er than ar. elephant's toe-nail. FARMERS: ATTENTION! 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