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FOUR BLY7UIEVILLE (ARK.) .COUHIRH THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE COORHEH NEWS CO. H W. HAINES, Publisher SAMUEL P. NORRIS, Editor • ; JAKES A. QATKN8, Advertising tUnt(«r Sofe H»Uonal Adrertislnj RtpresenttUw: •Utac* WHntr Co., New Tork, Chicago, D»- ttott, Athnt*. Memphis PybBshed Every ^Afternoon Eic*pt 8und»7~" BlUrM u second ctp&s matter at the post- oHtee »t BlythevlUe, Arkansas, under act of Con- October • »', 1917. i eerred by the United Press. SUBSCRIPTION RATES , By, carrier In. the city of Blythevtlle, 20o per Week; or 856 per month. 'By mall, within a radius of 50 miles, $4.00 per fr««r, J2.00 for six months, tl.OO for three months; By ; . mall outside , 50 mile zone $10.00 per year payable In advance. Standardization , Hans '; For! some tinifi' it has been apparent thati in order to obtain a maximum of x!iyiliaiV commodities from a minimum of ^material and plant, and manpower, jf' will be necessary to 'institute n program of standardization thai may go •far beyond the tentative slops already taken." •', War Mobilization Chief James K. •Byrnes is supposed lo be working on such- plans. The publication PM, which 'maintains intimate contact with many of the leftist elements in Washington, .prints what, il says, will be the elc- ,'ments of standardization. They arc: . /'Elimination of brand names on all, •'"Elimination of trade marks. : ; "Ruthless curtailment of varieties in ;all products. • "Standard grades and styles in very limited numbers. .-"Standard prices. - <PM's article begins to lay Hie groundwork for a publicity campaign which will endeavor to put across this plau- iried. economy. The keynote, as you ;mus't have guessed, will ho the charge ! that, all opposition is based upon sulf- 'is'H/^coiiomic motives and plays into ' the i; liands'of (.he axis. ,'• IVeVhave no doubt at all that the plaijr^-hettB'r-world shock troops in ;5£aj3^i.n!;toiv\yho'for years have been ' tryiflg to kili\ brand names and trade marks by every stratagem, arc preparing; such pvopQ^als'and will try to foist'' ;- them ^ifpoiv'Mr. 'Byrnes. . /"JKnQwiiig. .quite a bit ab'oul publicity ' melhorts,'wet.huve no doubt thai .this , story :is a trial balloon designed'to lest th,C'^strength, the' alertness^ the. skill i'3BJI.~iife'j£?. < i.Mfi. 11 .' -°f ."19 opposition lo i unnecessary • ideological' phases of this : 'program) Tyliich'arc:'the"two first eiuim- i If those proposals ever reach the •oper jvfcjshal oppose them. : We shall egress "our"' opposition regardless of Tlwre Was a Better Way , In all the comment about Warner Brothers' propaganda film, '"Mission to Moscow," none that we have seen strikes closer to the heart of the blunder than an editorial in the Saturday Review of Literature which was initialed by the editor, Norman Cousins. Afler discussing, the film's terrible mangling both of the original book and of history, and pointing out that this was particularly undesirable because of the semi-official status enjoyed by the film, Mr. Cousins notes the most harmful feature of the producers' en or. 'flic film, as it stands, he .says, con- slitules an unfounded confession that there is no common ground for understanding between (he United Stales and Soviet Russia, and therefore thai if was necessary to fabricate a common ground by presenting a picture of Russia so false lhat "the whole thing would be ^laughable if it weren't so tragic." But in fad, I here arc ample grounds for mutual respect and friendship which could have been stressed. We are fighting in a common cause, in which the Soviet is making a marvelous showing. "If you want a motion picture thai will help Americans to admire the Russian people, let them see what is happening in Russia today," says Mr. Cousins. : * • » "Russia has nol been a democracy in the |)!isl. Kill docs anyone think thai (lie millions of Russian people who have had to go through such a hell on earth as has never been seen in order to save their country from destruction 1 '. . . can be kepi from the right to vote after the war? Or the right lo make themselves heard? "Whether we like it or not; whether the Soviet leaders like it or not, the march of progress toward democratic organization is on in Russia." The sponsors of Ibi.s unfortunate film made the same blunder lhal others have made. They failed to discriminate between the American reaction to Russian heroism, the American appreciation of how'inuch we. are profiling from what Russia is doing to Hitler—and . our intense dislike for the Ireacher- ...otis- tactics of the Communist party.'as : -agent for the now ostensibly defunct Comintern, in this country." Understanding and friendship never can be founded firmly on lies, half- truths, distortions and' suppressions. They must rest upon publicity, not propaganda. . *pf brand mimes and trade marks helps ;tO;-financc> publication of this ncwspa- ' per;) we • shall -be'accused of selfish mo- rtives': .•'•.•"•''•''• ' . • • ' • •••»•'••«, ] !gji t m)Teli.ttcn;; among manufaclurcrs and*' 'merchants, based upon brand names and- trade marks, has given Anglo-Saxons 'the highesl sLaiidards of living Ihii^.. world eycr has. sceii — both f>y~cre£tin'g ' employment and by mak- liiig that employment produce an ever- Igrcaler (juantily run! quality of con- jSumer goods. '•' JJ We believe in an economy of plenty, ; not ^onc^of. scarcity. We shall fight for mich'an economy— pleased that if makes ' • possible the maintenance of a free jpress/'mul refusing id be frightened ,pff by innuendo or epithets. •i Our -people know the hour (of invasion) h .drawing 'near and (hey arc ready to right and 1p Jnate any sarrince.-0en. Draja Mikliailovicli iPf Yugoslavia. SO THEY SAY THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1943 . IM» iT UtA »[«vict, me, 1. u. lltC. U, », PAT. Ofr. A-'7 "Mom, which was (he most imporkml in calcliinii I'ou— personality or makcrip?" THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William F«rgu*on PALOMAR O6SERVATORV, FUTUEE HOME OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST STANDS ON A GRANITE MOUNTAIN IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA THAT NOT'ONLY IS /?/S/A/& SLOWLY SURROUNDING PLAIN /WOP/A/G SLOWLY WESTWARD PLIES TAKE OFF IN J9J£V£GS£.' -THEY SPRING IfJTO THE AH2. . BACKWAKD5 FOR A 5HOBF DISTANCE BEFORE 6OIN& AHEAD. T. **. RIC. U. s. PAT. OFF, HICH Of THESE NAMES DOESN'T BELONG HERE ' ANSWER: Jeannette. The others are names of (he Dionne' Quintuplets. We arc doing far more iio-st-wnr talking than we did in connection with World Wnr I, and that Is good. I think we counted 168 organizations planning our post-war future in the slates. —President Frederick C. Crawford of National Association of Manufacturers to Canadian manufacturers. + * * Unless everybody is willing lo forego temporary gains, this government is going the way other republics have.—Senator Burton K. Wticcl- er of Montana. nussln will emerge lafler Ihe r wn:) as the second or Ihird mdiislria- r.allon of the world. H wasn't hard for Premier Stalin lo Rive up the Comintern when he could look ahead and see lhat he was going to have a lot more attractive things lo sell lo the world after the war than Communism.—Frederick C. Crawford, president National Association of Manufacturers. Fooling yourself is expensive, fooling other people is nearly Impossible, and having no reason to fool anybody Is a long step on Ihe road to achievement and content.—dimming pol- lock, aulhor and lecturer. NF.XTt Slnw-troxvine In Hollywood HY KKSKINE JOHNSON ! NEA Staff Correspondent There are always things to see i ml things to hear on motion picture sets. So today let's tour the lots. Out at 2011) Century-Vox. Sonja Heuie is up a uce, literally. La HcJile, ice states and nil. Is seated on n (rcc branch 12 feet above an ice rink for a "Snowbird" skal- ing routine In the film "Wintertime." Director John Uralun calls ; «Vot-U, Too?" ACK Al> I,IIlf!i:n Over at Metro-Goldwyn-Maye Red Skelloli and Jean hogcis ai playing a scene for the pictur "Whistling in Brooklyn." And eve though Ihe script Is spiked ' wit gags, Red. is rinding it lough rcsLst ad libs. As a liarc-hrained amatc> hawhshaw. Red is trapped wit Jean in a (lark, (Ic.scrtcd warchoiiE They arc being pur.s\ied by tjan^- and, seeking safely, slart up THE COUNTY COUET OP CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS. .NOTICE Notice Is' hcrohy yivnn lluil there is been filed In (lie above cap- oned Coiirl a |)elilioi> hy (he 1'iicrs of Blocks I''ouv (41, Five ), Six (G), Seven (7), Eiyhl (8). ine (9), Ten (10) and Eleven 1) ' Gosnell Estate Sub-riivi-iioii dilllion to return saUl [Slocks Ui creage - antl lov other jturposej. lid .petition will be heard in tlje )ove captioncd Coiirl on the 114 iy of July, 1MU. This the 0 day of June. IG43. • T. W., POTTER. Clerk By Elizabeth Blytlie, D. C. 5eal> (i/10-IV Don't lake a cocktail before eating mushrooms. This new contribution to dietetic science was made .when a lady ate mushrooms with no ill effects but another lady eating. Hie sninc mushrooms became violently ill. The second lady conlissed to daring takui a cocktail before eating them. 1-ViBiirt Japs Hud U. S. Degrees SAN UIEC.p, Cal. (U.P.)—chap- lain Keiuiolli' Stack if the' Army's llth I3ombni p rlin<?))t squadron, back from Guadalcanal, said the most Ilipm was the number who had degrees from California' schools.' iHe believed there was a : higher rate .of decrees among the japant.se (hah amony the American enlisted' inen. Hy'Nl'A Service ' '.' ' NLW YORK:—Maril'is -Russo has, worn eithci; No. 2 or 22 tliro'ugh- oul his career. It was No. 2 , in high school, 21 at Long Island Uni-; verslty anrt Brooklyn College. When be readied Newark, Kusso found that Oscar Vitt wore 22..The'. situation .explained. .Manager: .Vitt surprising thing wilh the Japanese S^ 0 up the number, prisoners was the number who "I'm not exactly superstitious,'.' si.okc excellent English. But the I says the Yankee southpaw, "but I most distinguishing fuel about haven't been killed by a line drive." OTICK OF ADMINISTRATION Letters of administration were ranted to Ihc undersigned. \V. H. tovall, upon the estate of Rebecca ersoi>, deceased, dated June 1, 943, by the Probate Court for the hickasiuvba District of Mississip- i County, Arknnsiis. All persons having claims against .id estate are notified to exhibit lem to the undersigned, adminis- rator, duly 'authenticated, within .x'months from this date or they iay_be barred, ami unless so p're- ehte'd wKMn one year from' (his ate same shall be forever barred. This the 1st day of June, 1943. W. II. STOVALL, Administrator, of the estate . of Rebecca Patterson,' deceased. 6/3-10-17-24-7/1-3 Announcing Opening of Memorial Park. Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Information Call Holt Funeral Home I'honc 571 On Eating Mushrooms BERKELEY, Cal. (U.P.)—Nutri- lonal experts at the University of California have just received a :ignal service to gourmands. It is: ("ternally caused) CHECK ITCHING-BURNING | The anliscptic-stimiilrvting tvuy with fu-1 mans Black and White Ointment. Pro- \ motes healing- Use only ns directed. Over 25 yours Bticccaa. Sold in 10/.25*, 50£ sizes. Money-back guarantee, 127' Cleanse daily with Blick and "Whito bkiti Koap. SAVES th e cost of shortening in most of your baking .... SAVES costly "baking mistakes" caused by inferior flour ... SI! IB LEY'S Best Flour! WOMEN WONT TALK BY RENE RYERSON MART for action, Sonja grate another ll nchc l.v .wooden ladder near a tree branch lowered on pulley; lo " K "»< ls(! 'J elevator shaft. As the from Ihe roof of the sU-'C and "is cnniera turns. Jean starts climb- whisked CO feel through Ihc air • m S "P ll - c ladder, Red following. lo r.nolher branch. Very tricky nml dangerous. There's a net out of camera range Just in case, nut Sonja performs Hie stunt with perfect precision. "You can come down now, "far- mn;" snys Director Brahm. "I caul yell like Tar/.in,' repli?; Sonja. "So you'd better just call me The Girl on the Plying Tree.-.." "lucre's no dialog in Ihc score .hut he follows Jean up the ladder, Skclton ad lius; "Gee, what, an old shaft!" "Heg pardon?" tepiies Jean hesitating. "I mean the elevator," grins Skclton. Uiri'cior oylMivn sinpn orcl(|:s Ihe dialog included in tne scene. OmvWay V.; | iy j. u W illiam» Our Boarding House with Major Hooplo VtX)'R£ PRETTY GOOD AT EGfXD, ... GEMTLE- HEUCOPTER. TRIP WfXS AS V WELCOME SUCCESSFUL K to OUR. HNl-RUMPU' OU WiJbT TARK WITH us to-j'&vvr TO FLV. AND POP WOUWD UP IN THE SIDE POCKET, I'LL UP FOR A BE6EZ.V SPINS T.AROU6U CLOUDS/ AFRICP.M - \V\ CPvMP/ OVER TO LOOK TOR trte fit SJKKT America's N'o. 1 ace. Capt. Joe Foss, is surveying Hie movie front as a visitor nn Ihc set of "Claudia." lie chats wilh Director Kd- hnuiid Moulding, slars Dorothy Mc- Gulrc, Uobevt Young ami Ina Claire. Bin the conversation takes on a business like lurn when he spots James L. Orncey, electrician honorably' discharged from the {marines after seeing service at ] Guadalcanal. "Hlyn. Jlinmlc," I'oss held out ' his hand. | "Hlva," Jimmic Gracey pulled ! cff his gloves and they shook ••hands. "Howd'ya come out?" risked Foss. "Got 14 In 87 days hunting," replied Jimmic Gracey. They compared notes. It seems Gracey, an anti-aircraft gunner, ; was just 100 yards from Ihc co- 'coauut grove where Caplaln Foss \ and Ills buddies slept in fox holes ; ; \vlicn they weren't aloft knocking i down Zeros. . | "Maybe I'll get back Int6 it," i •' Gracey eyed Captain Foss' trim 1 i uniform enviously, "I'm feeling a I : lot better now." | I Captain Foss slapped Ornccy on . the back. "If you do, I hope thai ; gun of SOHP; is so:i"!where near )• whore I'm sleeping." i Read Courier News wani ftdj HYSTERIA I CHAPTER XIV T THOUGHT alt this out ns I went onward along the path. Mnllison's cottage looked very peaceful and cozy. I knocked a couple of times and when v Maltison didn't come, I opened the unlatched screen door, crossed Ihc ix>rch and called into Ihc living room: "Mr. Matlison— Mr. Maltison." He didn't ans'vcr. But surely he wasn't far away or he wouldn't have left the radio playing. I went in and sat down to wait for him. The Co'.lage fireplace is fashioned out of rough field stone. H is rugged nnrt picturesque and a couple of niches arc built in each side lo contain bric-a-brac. It annoyed me to sec thai the niches were bare; a woman would have filled them wilh books or gay pot- fery. Harriet had. And lhat reminded me thai Ihc flat stone in the bottom of one of the niche; was loose. There was «i small cnv- ity uiKicrnealh it. We had had a joking habit of leaving notes then for Waller and Harriet in the ok days. That came back lo me nov like a flash of sheer inspiration and the next moment I was look ing cautiously around lo see i Clint Mallison was yet in sight. ; + * * T HEARD his footsteps on th porch an<J then his form loomct black in the doorway. "I hope you don't mind my mak ing myself at home," I said. \vanled to sec you so I jusl cam in and waited." "Of course not," he said hoartil. lie crossed the room with Ion strides, took his pipe, out of h mouth, laid it on the mantel an sal down in the chair across II hearlh from me. He didn't glanc once at the niche in the stor mantel wall where I had jusl lii( den Derek's wallet. The mono and Kathy's ring were still in I would have removed them if, . hadn't been so Uuiriei Mallison smiled wryly. "I sup- you've conic for my report?" For a moment I didn't under- ind. He went on. "I'm afraid the ily progress I've made is rather crsonal. I've just persuaded your antldiiiighter thai she ought to i fishing with me tomorrow owing." "Oh—report," I laughed and got y breath back. "On the con- nry, I've just come to ask you i forget all about my reciuest of ist nighl. You sec, I was being very silly old woman. I knew iy dnughter-in-lnw hart seen the lurdcrcd man—talked to him, I ncnn—and I was afraid if the po- ce found that out it would look ad for her." Trying lo^ look as innocent as baby, 1 prattled on: "But, as ou know, it wns proved that she ad no connection with the man', eath, mid so ..." I shrugged loquenlly. Maltison looked at me rather ;uizzicnlly. I rose lo my feel. "Well, that's :11." If is quizzical look resolved inti vords. "You mean, you don' vnnt to know who killed Derek Grady?" "i didn't say anything of Uv ind. I'm simply not concernec •my more," I said tartly. I move oward the door. He followed me :iis words had riled me. "Yo might remember, loo, that m randdaughlcr is engaged," I adde nastily. He stared over my head at th lake. "I wish I could forget il," h T WALKED fast because I •*- furious. I had been peeve by Mattison's penetrating reniar about my not wanting to kno who killed Derek Grady. And : I had mentioned Kathy's ongagi merit to give him something worry about. Bui he might wot dcr why she wore no ring. 1 uiight even ask her about it,. Kiithy came running out the udy door as I reached the ter- ce. She reached out her< hands me as, she had when she was child and needed help. "Gram, where have you been?" question she was to ask ma tor in a far more tragic moment. Margaret's having hysterics. It's -terrible." ' .' • Hysterics aren't a pretty sight yen when a neurotic woman has hem, but seeing Margaret, who ad been one o£ the staid arid firm ulwarks of our lives, go. to pieces '.-is as devastating as being caught n an earthquake. I sent Kathy to phone for a doc- or and hurried into the bathroom 0 wet some towels in cold water, laid them on Margaret's head. i. seemed a long time before the octor came. lie gave her a hypo- crmic. She relaxed slowly arid cr sobs became a moaning. "She'll go to sleep now," the octor said looking down at her. If she wakes and shows any signs if returning hysteria, give her a ouplc of these. Repeat every two lours if necessary." He had opened his medicinft Case vhile he spoke. He took out a bot- le of while pills, poured ten or Avelve of them into his palm, put hem into a small envelope and landed it to me. I put it on the light table beside Margaret's bed. Margaret did go to sle«p and was still asleep at bedtime when 1 slipped into her room to see il she was all right. I stood for a moment looking at her. Even in sleep her face was sorrowful, and she seemed to have grown tinier these last few days. She made a pathetically^ small hump'beneath the quilt. '; I went to bed and to sleep.in spile of my v l»arried thoughts. But not soundly!' Time after time my subconscious fears broke through in frightening dreams and woke me tip. . That was how I happened to hear Margaret. ,<To Be Contlased); j«.

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