The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1941 · Page 3
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MONDAY, JANUARY'is, 19.11 a!nutrition Put Not Starvation fs Seen By Research Institute CAMBRIDGE, Mass. »UP)~. Soviet Russia probably will do little to alleviate food shortages in German-dominated Europe which faces privation or worst, according 'o Prof. Joseph S. Duvis or Simifoni ClOGATNIGHPDOTHiS Put 3-purpose Va-tro-nol up each nostril ... ci) H shrinks swollen membrane:,-; (2j Soothes irriLation; us) Helps Hush nasal passages, clearing mucus, relieving transient congestion VICKSVATRONOL aflMMMHnBnNBHnKfc, FRESH. DRESSED ' POULTRY AT LOWEST PRICES You Select them, we dress 'em free! SATISFACTION GUARANTIED Free Delivery Phone 154 L K. Ashcraft & AT 'OUR NEW LOCATION 112 E. Main. 2 doors east ol ISlytheviHe Bakery .„ ... lation aflmed, the food outlook in ttri..IiiK on "Pocxl in a World at China Is perhaps the darkest ill war." in the Harvard Business all the world. Review's winter' number, the' di-1 "In the past three and a half rector O ! the Pood Research Insti- years of undeclared wnr . the ttue believe*; that Russia will con- ' food position 1ms unquestionably tmue a region apaii even if ii', worsened; only the precise extent should .soon bo involved in further is uncertain." hostilities. , . l l-.xurt - Hgurt's Secret i roi. Davis believe* four conclu-j Ali.houfjh Prof. Davis admitted Kions ip be drawn in the present j that it was impossible to j'ive vorld jood crisis are: j exact Hg-ures or obtain accurate !. Thai world supplies of food- facts, "backnround knowledge and xiutts are abundant. bia war <-.on- , experience with bits ol' current ni- di i. ions prevent, their elfeciive dis- formation yield a reasonably co- U'itjfiiion ... in far greater /nen.s- i Cerent statement which may t-ome ure than, was true under the ab- ' •ornewhere- near the significant .'•<;.'T/i:il conditions ihat preceded truth." - c 'epK-rnb(-r, 1939. That .grave short- , "l.'i the Hsitish Isles," the ar- ai't:.-. e.xi:u in pans of coniinentnl i Li<-1 ^ stated, "the food position is Europe and Lhe Orient. j 11 '- least- relatively .secure, despite ! That diets are undergoing j heavy losses of merchant shipping moje or less drastic- modifications' -'Hi bombing damage to ports and all over Evnope—in Great Britain > railways; and bids fair to remain j ann Germany to muininin ..stocks I s0 unless or unUl Britain loses against risk of n protracted war- (Control of H)e sen or succumbs to •and else-.vhere- beciuise of German j -J^'^.sion." ! c:onl'i.s':aiioni;. All this means pri-.j ? l 'rf- Davis said that British jvaiion and threaten's worse. mui.rition experts have stressed the | l}oul)U Starvation's Near , j''a.sic importantre of a diet flde- • '.J. With .such dietary modifica- Quute to maintain not only the. . BL 1 TH !:1' TT ! T ^ (ARK - ) COURIER NEWS 30 Winks Between Bombs PAGE THREE : lions, starvation seems likel to but the civilian population in , be cx.ceptional in the next* few B'°od health, morale, and powers of endinunce. mu.st,. l u Sj)ain, months. *. That malnutrition be c'.xpectcd 1.0 incrfa.se in conti- alu - r Europe, with consequent n;in duction in vitalitv icfe.tt.h I'ates. Eri'ective organisation and application of scientific knowledge in Germany, Italy. Sweden. Switzerland and perhaps in Great Britain may hold malnutrition within moderate limits for .some time to come, Davis believes. But, he thought that elsewhere the outlook was worse in varying degree. He feels that in "absolute rerms. considering the size of the popu- What Diseases So Piles Cause? Thousands of sufferers from such common complaints as Headaches, Nervousness, Constipation. Stomach he expects recovery <:ivil w:«i- to be cut slow at - **•••<• He forests severest, con- . and Liver Disorders, Bladder Disturbances. Heart Troubles. Despondency. and general "Tired Out" feeling, have found their condition closely connected with Piles or some in ravaged Poland and only moderately dittie.uli conditions for Germans and Italians. 'Mexican Prisoner" Gag Makes Appearance Under New Guise MEXICO, Mo. (UP)—The "Mexican Prisoner" — that well-known gentleman who lends himself so well to the multitudinous disguises there is medical authority to the effect that rectal disorders do not ordinarily correct. themselves and that delays in securing treatment may result in complications. proper serinus SlE WEDS. PA PER fitted for him by swindlers - is making his appearance in Missouri again. But today, instead of terming other Rectal trouble. In" addition himseU a •'Spaniard of high station fhpt-A i^ morii^oi «,,n->^.:^. j.~ ii._' imDri£oned in this vile Mexican jail," the modern swindler i.s a wealthy refugee unable to enter the United States because he is an undesirable alien. Here's how-the swindle works: The confidence mun selects his victim carefully. He then writes a letter or letters, purportedly coming from the "prisoner" or "wealthy alien." Very carefully, he builds up the idea that he has a lar^p store of cash hidden at some point in the United States.. He needs help, he writes, to obtain the money and an t emissary of his will soon call on the j addressee to guide him to the hid; ing place, of... thet fortune. Tile-"*fait" J.is the promise'of "at"least'a third" of Uie money in return for the protection afforded by the victim's good name. The. uayoff comes when the emissary—who is really the "Mexican prisoner"—calls on the victim. He proceeds to extract as much money as oossible "for expenses." Authorities here are following UD several such letters received by Missourians. One of the missives .siened bv "R" said a suitcase con- countryside with an <>nt<Ji)i> ihni. reminded you ol a b|n truck pulliim 'its weight 'and a miller ovor ihr Ari/ona mountains into Hitrstow. Only this highwav was blacked-out aiul Whitey was (.'rh'iiiK wilh on<' houcJliBht V,ivinu :i beam no im-or (hnn u silver dollar. GoiM» uulull he would switch Hit- on,- ijuhi out so ih' 1 truck would nui hcco/HC- n lj<»a'«>uji for sum*- nlert Cct-iiiun bombuntii-c. \Vi> run into I'D... patches, ihfouftiv some mure nun. Anotln-r hour' and st moon ciimo wnw inlo Ihr lir.st night,. "A llomli Doesn't a Drivers in England's (riu-k convoys tak<- UK'(I- rest when- they c-iui h'mi time for it. So, if v you suffer rrom any of the - . w - i — "•• --v -"••*-*• H-Jt-llVV. II iJt-Vv'll 1 " disorders, shown on above chart, < tainine- S270.000 in currency was write today for a copy of large, il- j being- held bv U. S. Customs offi- ustrated Free book which will en-,, cinls. The recioient of the letter was lighten you on the serious nature \ uraed to watch for an emissary who of Piles and other Rectal ills. Send would assist in oayine duty 011 the your request .to Thornton & Minor j bag-age to obtain'the money Clinic. Suite 419-A. 925 McGee St.. I" ' . - . Kansas City. .Mb.—one of,the world's ', u • J M c l rv largest and oldest rectal clinics, | nO.Warn IflOOre SolOS UH Cross-Country Flight FAYFTTEVTLLE, Ark.. Jan. 13. —Siv University of Arkansas stti- •^^nft; fpl-ir-str fhn f;A ^ flifntcr rrvMfco years without general anesthetics, radical surgery or the usual hospital experience. Your copy of Free Book will be mailed you in plain wrapper and without obligation. FOR SALE SHiBLIY'S BEST FLOUR Barrel $ 4M •tS Lb. Sack : .• $1.25 24 Lb. Sack $j c 100 Lbs. Sugar $4.7o C. ABRAHAM Ash & I3roari\vav Phone 816 made their solo cross-country v — ijtr -vnd e-—>- ««Vo«, ~-, ,.- . -: y for their first CAA inspection. Those who have finished the cross- countrv are Hardy Wilcoxon, Crossett: -Stuart Atkinson. Metis: T-^OU-- ard Moore. Blvtheville: Virgil Wof- •ford. Favrtteville: Charles Martin. N'orth Lift IP Rock: and Woodlief Thomas. Little Rook. The sev«n ready for inspection are Robert Glndnev. Lexvisville: Kermir "P.i^h- ard?on. iMalvem: Winston Pm <if nv. tcr Wilson. Favetteville: Rorlnev , Parhnm. Little Rock- inri .T«?m«c. Glen.son. ground school instructor. This • 1 Kost" for Ku^lish truck drivers i.s much like similar spnls for truckers on IJ. S. hishwiiys. •' *• - * - + f. Convoy Truck Drivers Are Great Britain's New Heroes The dramatic stories of British .sea convoys have been told many times. But what of the vital supplies after they reach ,British ports? They must be "distributed daily by railroad, truck and other moans. Here Paul Manning goes along with the truckers who disdain bombs to see that the people of the tight little island get their food, their clothing and the other supplies that keep them going. . * * * BY PAUL MANNING NEA Service Staff Correspondent LONDON.—It was raining. The alert had just sounded as I dimb- ed info the cab with Whitey. driver of this five-ton truck, one of the 700 which swing out every hour at dusk from LKerpool and Glasgow. Bristol t\nd Cardiff and roll on through the night carry inn food and factory equipment from the docks to the cities and towns of Britain. WhiUy hud light red liuir. very tiluo t'jTS :mrt he wore :i sii»)itly :ij:oloqotic air. But Whitey. though 25, was a vct- «ran at ttu's road convoy business. He hail taken his truck , (hrui:£li CuviMjtry and <m iulo BJrinhii>h;iii) )be n I g-h I the Luftwjifi'c aL the rate of omv u-minutc -hmrgiv^n the works to Coventry. But that. trip, like the one tonight, was just routine. We left, the docks und moved out into f.h-j Then «'•' rnld that small i-ity in lU 1 dlstunw wn'j a blii/. Yon couldn't .sec uny city. Hut lh«> hash of A A gun.-:, will) I heir ,shi-!ls exploding ' lik" .stars in the .sky ovor thai mv:i was I ho t (poll . I usked whether lie when bombs were "\Vliy ^^^<ull(t we sloji?" he s:u<l. "US MO salVr siunilih); ilk the i'o;»«l than driving. A»iy">\y, :i bomb iloesn't mean a thinn unless It hiiuJs In your lull." Over (he ronr ol the engine you couldn't liear u tliinj-. 'J'Jien nl! .1 a suddi-n. movim- into the out- klrt.s of I)K. iiiUi- city, you could hear everylliinc,. The phme.s wero overhead, tin 4 guns were going almost tumtlhu- ously. and wljen their crews .stop- pod lor n minute lo cool the barrels yoti amid then hour the whistle and ilie heavy crump ol' hlvfh explosives. But the road wns still and tho truck moved ahead h the (.'enter of town. At one iiiterseolion Whitey imuion* veivd iho tivt: tonner around u heap ol' smoking nibble which n few minutes before had been o .six- ."inry brick building until it hnd- di.sin Unruled under the impact of u bomb. DrJvrrs Kurely ("lei Time to Co Home TJie sy.steui these driver:; work ,s supposed to give them lime off •ach woek to return home. Only It doesn't turn out that way. \vin.<n ti driver bus delivered his loud, he i.s given 10 lumr.s off. then lie must report, to the nearest of the 16 stations which control England's night-time transportation .system. He's then given a truck with a new load and instructions to deliver it to Bristol or Cardilf or to seme city in Scotland. So he's likely to bo on the move for as long n.s a month. After 20 minutes \v« were back on the road ajoiin, rtriv- I'MH behind u stream of injury trans jiorts. 'rhnnileriiifr alonj; through sleopii> K villugcs and towns, the giant convoy moved in iv sti:iu!>- stream, slopping only occasionally when a vil- hige constable wouhl (lag the. trout truck lo a .stop and suggest a detour dm- to heavy raids ahead. Approaching London, rain began falling steadily. The court was .slippery. But still the heavy trucks mc,vod forward without :i break in speed. "The only thing thai stops us." said Wlulcy, "is u ilirect hit." ' FUNNY BUSINESS "But-fanning my fth-1 a | flic clnuoe wilh life exemption card was the.inst straw!" until 10 y. s. Alien Who P r c ( e r r e cl Prison to Deportation to Remain In America SACRAMENTO, cni. tup)— oio- vnnni Gro^ori.s. m < itnlinn imml- urmu who profiMTi'd prison to da- porliUlon to ILnly, will uiwuys remember Chrlslmus, HMO, i\s the hnppi«>.st day m his life. Thtir wns tin 1 dny he received n ChristiPiis pnrdon from Gov. Cul- burt Olson of Cullfonnn. which will ponnlt him to remain In tho United Stales. Mint his conviction in California on the II -year-old robbery ch a me removed his eligibility, Judtfo Allrt'd wrote Gov. Olson hi bphair of a pnrdon, which would restore civil ri^hUs to Gregorls and jjcrmlt him to stay in tho United States upon his release- Irom JJI-LSOU. The governor com- Plied mid the Italian emigrant may remain In the country which lie. told Italian soldiers "was the country in all the world." Wilson Soldier Promoted To Staff Sergeant's Bank WILSON. Ark., Jan. 13. — Harrington Bell of Wilson, son of Mr. und Mrs. C. L. Bell, has been promoted to -the position of staff sergeant in the army. He enlisted •in July, '1038, und is in charge of mail at Pamimu, Canal Zone. Owls can sec well in daytime, having a "third eyelid" membrane which Is pulled over the eye to dim Ihc sunlight. There are 7407 miles of railways within the boundaries of Rumania. canu' to America with his parents when n boy of -i. He pleaded i^'Hty to robbery in Ab- mcdu counly in 1929. when hu'wns 20, Upon his pnro)e, he was deported to Ttitly and put in the army. He steadfastly defondcfi America there und got Into n fist fight over' whether Italy or the ^United States was the. most civll- 1/cd country in the world. His loyalty 1,0 Americn put him In tnil- lli'iry prison. After stM-vlnfc his prison term, Oro«ori.s deswled the army, stowed away on » ship for America ajid dived overboard at Gulvuston, •Tex., to oscnpe -customs authori- Hes. He was arro.sted for "illegal entry and taken before U. S, District Judge Jnmes V. Allrccl, former governor of Texus. He opposed a suspended sentence and uskcd Judyu Allrocl to give him the maximum two-year term to delay nus deportation to Italy, where he wns nfrnid his life \v»s forfeit. Judge . Allrecl sent Gregoris to tho 1'oclcrril prison at Leavcnworth, Kas.. and interested Secretary of Labor France.'; Perkins in the case. The tinlian immigration quota would pmnll. Greyorls to remain in the country, except S K I N TROUBLES m\ I 1^ OF EXTERNAL CHEMICAL CAUSE Clcaring--up help and healing aid helped by antisepsis of Black and White Ointment soothes out burn, itch. First try does it or your money back. **r Vital in cleansing is _good soap, get Black and White Skin Soap. CHAPPED SKIN F your skin Is chapped, you will be delighted with the etfcct of Mcntlialntum applied to tho stlntri»B, red, swollen parts. Mentholatuni quickly cools and soothes the Irritation and assists Nature to more quickly henl the Injury. Mcntholntum Is n pleasant, effective application for nilnor sklu Irritations. Jars or tubes only 30c. MENTHOLATUM Give* COMFORT Daily A COURTS Try Our "Warm-iMorning" Sentry Coal, For the i\ 7 ew Warm Morning Stoves GAY & BILLINGS, Inc. T\Vo men, one a negro, were assessed fines in Municipal court today and a Tennessee man was fm- jed heavily Saturday for drunken j driving. I Wash Harrington was fined $10 and costs upon a charge of disturbing the peace and Louis Sharp was fined $15 and costs for public drunkenness. Saturday's court session included a $120.25 fine assessed Marley Young. Ripley. Tenn., on a charge of drunken driving. The fine Va.s paid. Police Chief" E. A. Rice said. t ** ' eios MARY JANE YEO and JO ANN DEAN !$••&: °^ ^ ew ' r ' or ' c ' s Skaling Hit ff V*&\ "It Happ.nj on Ice" $' | oMhe Rockefeller ^ Center Theatre / £ \ 38 TOLEDO, O. tUP)~A group of pigeon enthusiasts here is aroused over an attempt to put a "pigeon traffic control" ordinance through city council. The group, known as Pigeon Flyers, a club of amateurs, contends that racing pigeons are a national defense asset and should be protected. Epidemic of Cold Symptoms 666 Liquid or 666 Tablets with 666 Salve or 666 Nose Drops generally relieves cold symptoms the first day. '¥ •'•3jy ^^ \ It's the cooler.. .better-tasting milder cigarette It's called the SMOKER'S cigarette... Chesterfield... because it's the one cigarette that gives you a COMPLETELY SATISFYING smoke. You try them and find them COOL and PLEASANT. You light one and find they really TASTE BETTER, You buy pack after pack and find they are MILDER^ 7) jC«pyri«ht 19J1, Lwcrrr JL UTIU Tosicco Ca,

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