The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1941 · Page 5
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MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1941 One Of New "Corvette" Boats Canadian Navy Has Tough Little "Corvette" Boats I* or Sub Surprise 'By NEA Service OTTAWA.—The Hoyal Canadian Navy is preparing a .surprise for enemy surface and undersea craft which may venture into Canadian waters. The first of a series of "Corvettes" have gone down the ways and into active .service. These little craft ire "hiLsh-.iiish" as far as speed and armament are concerned. There have been guesses and speculations but these have been so wide of the mark that Canadian naval officers are chuckling and hoping the good work of misinforming the enemy keeps up. The "Corvettes" an; o'f whale-back type, similar to but distinct from a slow sloop. They carry a crew of 50 to 60 officers and men. in addition to their primary armament they carry what the navy succinctly terms "adequate" anti-submarine armament. They are good sea boats and are designed specifically for escorting duties on the Atlantic and elsewhere. Renamed County School Examnier At Meeting of Teachers Here Saturday Mrs. Thomas R. ivy W as reelected County Examiner of Schools in a meeting of teachers of Mississippi- county Saturday morning at the courthouse. Roland Gren. County Judge. \vho ! called the meeting for the olec- i tidn, acted as" presiding: officer. Mrs. Ivy was first elected county examiner in September. J93T, to' finish the unexpiied term of Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, who resigned to continue her work as Elementaiy Supervisor in the Blytheville Schools. Mrs. Ivy was elected by acclamation. Judge Green introduced Miss Ann Council, new child welfare worker, in this • county, who explained briefly the work of her department.. .^-^mm BLYTfiEVILUS (ARK.) COURIER NEWS St. Pranclsvllle frml a reception fit the governor's miinsiori in Bntoh Many Attractions Added to Highlight Crescent City's Big Fiesta NEW ORLEANS tufr _ opera, cnriiivnl, tours of homes nrici gf\r-' and a Mississippi River Showboat. Pnrty" will highlight the New Orleans Spring Fiesta ! The nnnuiil fiesta, which lias i been lengthened from one week to ! two for s the first time, begin* March 16. "A Night In Old New Orleans" will ho singed in the Vieii's Carre one night. Pnrruiers nnd entertainers will wear the costumes worn in this city when it was the (jay .southern metropolis of tlie loth century. Other f MI lure s of tho program will include a concert of the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra, tnur.s of Nowcomb' ruul Tiilano universities with a visit to tiio Tulixne Mnynn department, find n rogutW and tiin dance ni, tho Southern I Yacht Club. Alulnmn Mines Graphite V M OMTGOMF:R y. Ala. t up)— Mining of graphite Is being ro- «urhed in Alubnmu. The old' Coy- First Lady Cheers Polio Patient ^nrtrmrt-*i-ti-un^iM. Local Men invited to Coach Dealers'Mefctirtgj Spring Festival Wfls nmde „ yearly affair to follow the Marcli Orns season after the spring'gar- dens begin blooming. Cotton will be the theme of the i9-ll.fic.sta, find that mninstnv of southern agriculture will enter every day's program. The contemporary art displays will be maintained in Pirate's Alley, in the shadow of famous old sV. —-— i Louis Cathedral, throughout the W. T.- Barnette and T ; P7'tfcan ! }icsln - faftny artists, both promi- of Blythevillc, dealers in auto i mmt ones: and unknowns, take part. trailers, have received firi ihvita- in tnls &hmml show, tiori from the Trailer Coaci'i D'enl- An ' outdoor musical, indoor art ers' association to participate, in % ! oxn Ml, flower show nnd reception general round table discussion' 1 of j win occupy the opening- day of the trailer dealer problems to. bo held ^stfl- Trip "Khnw>v^r n^..i.,- ~~ in connection with th'e 194i Nn- tioh'al Automobile frailer, and Accessory stiow in Chicago Feb 22 to March 2. rn, . . OUUIITU in AuuMnw. i ne om Covi he annual carnival arid* Murdi (Ion Mine, idle nboui 1" vom Ivis arns season ends on Feb. 25. The jnst .shipped its first carload of the miner;)]. The miw l,s located nenr Sylfmtu^n, marble center of Alabama. Many Customs Dating to 1829jtffl Prevail WASHINGTON (UP)-President Franklin D. Roosevelt, while establishing u new precedent of ft third term, follows many others established by his predecessors. The.se include: March 4, 1820: Andrew Jackson took the oath of ofllc« on the east front of the Capitol, .previously it had been administered in the senate or house chamber, March 4, 1873: A congressional committee coiled at the White House to escort Ulysses 6. Grant to the Capitol, March 4, 1B81: James A. Gar- Held reviewed the inaugural pd- . House, . . '""""*"" March-4, 1909 r William Howard Taft was accompanied by h>s -wife to and from the Capitol. Bible, Mentions Brthze The first * known copper alloy bronze, is mentioned in Genesis! of the Btble, where reference is made to Tubal ,Cain,, "sunning artificer in bronze" and 1 -'iron'" MENTHDLATUM Rain Washes Away $55 BOSTOtt (UP)—Miss Georgia J. Hill lost $55 by opening her umbrella while walking home in a shower. She forgot that she had secreted money In its folds. ','.,, fiesta. The owoat Party" on March 28 will have entertainment typical of the" oldtime showboats, and the Dilhml University Negro' spirititnl..singers will trikc "part. The New Orleans Ga'rrleh Society will .sponsor garden tours to be staged on Jour day's of the Fiesta There will be other tours of the old French Quarter, of homes along the St. Tammany Parish "Oo'kl Coast," an Amlubon tour to Or. W. F. Brewer Dentist. Blytheville. Arkansas Specials! Extractions $LOO Full Upper and Mwef Plates $25.00 (Kxtra di<» is Included) NOTICE PICKARD'S GROCERY & MAfiKET ALWAYS Ohtaimihle. , Armour's Star Ueef and Gcriuihe Spring Lamb FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CALL 1133 WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS Your Efclra Savings'!- Lost Cane Will Have Special Program When New School Unit Is Dedicated' - - - •--—'^••^••••••^^^^•^• : m.'J l f^.'."J\<ii Mrs Franklin p. Kooseveit, like her husband, annntfoeoMr fantile para y S1 s, is shown on a visit to the Washington Chndreri's Home watching infantile victim Thomas Adams take a treatment batli: Meanwhile communities all over the country are preoS for their annual celebration. of the. President's BiVday BaU- or . ....... benefit of Warm Springs. Foundation. cons membranes already injured , by the cirus." When a simple cold begins. Dr. Breed said, "the elimination of fatigue and the maintenance of even environmental temperature t are the main prophylactic measures to be instituted. "Bed rest provides both. If it can be provided within a few hours and continued- for 48 hours, the incidence of complications can be reduced to a minimum'." T D J rS 1 0 ded UO'Ctor (UP> - if A twelve thousand- dollar frame building combining, classrooms, gymnasium and auditorium on the school grounds at Lost- Gaiie- will be' dedicated Wednesday night at a special program at 7:15 o'clock. W. A. Lewis, .superintendent of the_school, fias announced the fol- aui , lllitl , ove lowing speakers fo" rthe program: f rom neglect H. B. Schwartz, of Jone"sboro v , <>•& rfi^n^ George W. Barham. H. G. Part- Roy Porter, Cecil Shane. Os- CAMBRIDGE;' . persons with" colds would go to' bed 48 hours, millions of dollars and an ines'trm*a&ie. amount of suffering •ar^H ^Irtr^ft* ,.— ^. ij i_ >'..• , . . ™ and death could be saved yearly according to". Dr.-"William-B. Breed of Harvard Medical School. He said in a. public lecture the common cold itself is innocuous but it becomes dangerous when complications set in. TKese complications, Dr. Breed'said, often result from overtte'atmenl as well ns car Fendler.-Judge-Roland -Green, Thomas R, Ivy, J. j. Pickrfcn. • W. T. Wilkins. superintendent of Luxora school 1 , will present the Luxora .school band on the program. • , The building which is to be dedicated was built by. Works •Progress dministration. Other buildings already on the school grounds are a thrr-e room school building, and a teachorage. Si xhundred," feet of concrete walks'have "also been laid on the grounds this year. Mr. Lewis states. . ' fJnihs in Old Homes Sometimes, in old hoi;ses. one may hear n Jaini ticking sound- which seems to come from the woodwork. This noise is produced by the grubs ' of small • beetles, which have been in the timber since the house was .built. 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