The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1941 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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;jfAGE. EIGHT AKK..) COURIER. NEWS Nqi^ The Plane' : Amidst Manhattan's Skyscrapers Under-River Tubes Link JNrw York .Air Drpoi With L I. Kirld •V' : ••:•"• '•''• V"'.' -•• Yifcft •-- :''::V • " " ' . 5?t (PI ;:| HOUSE OF MEAD:- ; ^ ^K^,vff awfe^ II- Th; ! ha«ri.soim s modern Gm?k buiUlirm at the right, is u now ;ni!eMor;e in the history of transpoi'ui- tkm. N«.w York's n<nv Airline* Tormiiml, in the heart oi Munhaltan, H. ih? world* first central itir dtpou From this terminal, which houses tivr- major D. B. uir lin;-:.. pa.s.s<-iu:,'-i v , '.ull start lor Uu- iour u-rucrs oi the globe. Sketch ut Ml, of opposite end of binicniu- ij um t j m , ,, i( .|,)i. ( > c i :U r i g j.,i, > iS)i0 . vs uni(|Ut , ni{ . L i l(lQ o: loading and unloading passciiKC'ivs to and from ru'J'pni't. l^^.st'ii-ci.s ai^i'inbark from iucomisiL 1 bus one .floor below wailing room. Emjuy bus prcct'ods- nowji .-.norlti-r Ji'vc! 1.0 \vu?f in line before one of' sis tricky Remitters", which will rai.se it to \vaiUng room level whcvi- ijjis^vtigiM-s embark for LuCiiiarclia FloUl. Tcr- niinn) can hand]'; 72 busses an hour. jChryslor Building] Tale a look—and then visit Mead's during our V^&&&ii-S*V*sK'?KV™>*. Manhattan Island traffic We will ho receiving new spring shirts in a few weeks. In order 1o msike room, we offer vou a large saving in (his shirt sale. T;ni'u-L Manhattan's new Airlines Terminal to L.i • ul 558.365,000 Queens MidLov/n Tunnel. whieU p-^s u, dtM L -map/at-right/b-^es m.k e trip to and ^, L G^ nearly 45 minutes by old route. At im Ls -ross-o^ I ;*« ion, ,he t un tl , lta . .5 fee, un,, the ^V, f cuo:c .er.r.ra n^ute rorce. into W b,s fvcm «nt«Blln s hulldi^ ul either e or tan^i " M ___..••• ; . tan e » tra "-e ^ only iour bice);-, /Von, Crimes Terminal. r,-:-n ,n Tm«, T- ,wi ,. ^'v • r „ ^ " """-^ OPCtea ^ /J !, " 7 7 '' 7 "^ MHlmSrt "" ' thnn hnl1 a » hour, as opposed to FUNNY BUSINESS Courier NPAVS| want- ads. s HI I ytjJi Creomulsion relieves promptly because ic goes right to the seat of the i trouble to help loosen and expel j germ laden phlopn, atui aid nature i to soothe and heal raw, tender in- named bronchial mucous membranes. Toll your ri rug gi s t to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the \m- aorstandiri!? you tnusklike the \vny"it quickly R,lays the cough or you are to have your money back I ^^ " "• >«^ ^>^ B > i ^^> tjH ^gp g ^jT g H^ | I'orCotishsXHesi-Colds, BronchiHs One Lot Of n.as & qss Shirts $1 00 Your Choii-o "The captain said Hake' me to the hospital, not out me therel" POUL DRESSED RY 'You AT LOVvKST PRICES Select them we drexs 'em free! SATtKi-'ACTlON (JUAKANTEEO Free Delivery Phone 154 u tz£« Science Says Soldiers Require More Vitamins ° lj - f I t \ ^ £* > •» i ! intns STATE COLLEGE. Pa <UPj—A sffScient amount of Vitamin B-l | in the liets of soldiors in th ( > new conscript army .is ne:-e.ssaiy for rhe arduous physical activity'of arniy i'fe. according to • nutritional chemists at PennsvU-ar.H. S t-ie College. Diets of trie new soldiers musr contain a Ri-eat« aniovnt of ih: i vrtanfip. than would norni;illv '}?'. required under averapp hc;;v'"C-'- ' ''H.icns. Dr. N. p. Giicrrant Viv! ! Dr. R. A. Dutcher. of r nc depart- S r^enl cf agticvitural and biolwical chemistry, have advised. The two chemists, basiny their findings on laboratory tests with jats. repotted that the ucdily requirements of Vitamin B-i increased;, in direct proportion to the amount of muscular activity. Best sources of the vitamin are '.vhole grain foods, yeast and liver. The problem of supplying the vitamin—also known as thiamln — to soldiers has been approached by seme European nations by adding crystalline Vitamin.,B-l or"vitamin- rich concentrates to concentrated army rations. Rejuvcnatrn Russian .sci^ntis; has brought 1 microbe; ; «n,l oUipr speoi- 01' «nv.sll marini.' life ailw tliey have bsc Minds of yfar.s iruxei! ['or thou- AT OUR ,\E\V LOCATION' 5- K. .M:iif. 'i M)ors cast of Bakery Crosby Square V^T^Ci • IN W .v/JLjO Values $3.93 EIM SHOES $ ?.9B and $ 8.95 SJSj- *a- Try Our "Warm-Morning" Sentry Coal tor the New Warm Morning Stoves ONE LOT OF Felt Hats Values ia £•;.:>(! Your s£ ONE LOT OF Pajamas Values to $2.00 Your S-S Choice S » FRIDAY, JANUARY ..10, 1941 It will be a GREJO 1 . .. before you'll ever again see values like these! £'''"<,!£""''*'">''''*',•>• $•• As Usual (he T?est Is Always at AD'S MAIN 322 Choose from our entire stock of Hart Schaffner & Marx Substantially reduced to It \\ill he a gTcal day before you'll ever sec values like these again on such quality clothes. Why? The national defense program has woolen mills going, lop speed and piece goods are becoming scarce awl prices are advancing rapidly. However, we always make it a policy to show new clothing each season regardless of the price s<> out these go at real savings to you. The best always goes firsi - . . so come early tomorrow, for the best selections in your size- Exactly 14 Imported British Tweeds and SHETLAND SUITS Qf the lowest price you'll see them this year MEAD 322- •MAIN- •322

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