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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COUKIEK NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, -941 --_ 11 - — i 'And Dbn'rEedd With Your Right!' 'Women III Restaurailts — "~ ™~ Should Eat Their Words Men Trained There Will Be Sent To Both Horse And Mechanized Units FORT RILEY.Kfm. (UP)— Lieut- Col. Wayland B. Augur, executive office- at the. cavalry replacement center here, -said today thai con- ( structlon work was progressing smoothly at the center which wll be'the"first.such cavalry unit in the history of the army. Men trained at the Port Riiey cavalry center will be sent to bom horse and mechanized cavalry units throughout the nation. ••We are profiting by our experience in the World War to prevent 'a recurrence of the replacement difficulties ihat. slowed up the .works then." Col. Augur said. "During our early days in the World War replacements weren't such a tough problem because the casualties hadn't begun w pile up, but after some of the big actions like the Meuse-Argonne, replacements became one of Gen. John J. Pershing's biggest headaches. BY Rl'TH Mill ETT know it was cooked with onions. There's something about a res- i can't oat. onions"~find sends her lauranl IhaL brings out the worM. order back. in a psroRL many women. Just about that time, the wail- Women who are charming and w*s begins to get sulky, and Mrs gracious in their own houses an'i -Jones und Mrs, Brown spend then in the homes of their friends can lunch hour talking about how walk into a restaurant and put on much better service, men set from an "act thai is embarrassing to -,v Stresses than women do. wrilc h _ Bur, ii never occurs to Take a peek at Mrs. Jones am! Mrs. Smith, for 'example, haviiw. luncli together after a morning 1 of p; bargain hunting, during which thrv have done n great dea'i <<1 looking—but no buying. They walk into a busy resi.au- them WHY. Fmes Are Assessed Against Two Driven rant and cast a longing look near the. window and tw that they are all filled. So Mrs. Brown says in a querulous void- lo the hostess showing- them io a '.able, "Haven't you a table near the window?" That is just to lev Mu- hostess know ihat they «r'' oanythinti about ordering until Max Noblin, Salem, Mo., trailer- truck driver arrested Saturday night at. Division and Ash streets and charge with driving while intoxicated, paid a fine of $120,25 in Suite Policemen Gene TMckson and Eddie B. David arrested Nob- truck n. few calls had been received by police from who said t'hn truck was betics, apparently .IMS...beep., killed, in an airplane mishap off the Canadian east- coast, it was re- voaled today- A plane carrying him and three others has been missing since Friday, probably near Newfoundland, and it, was indicated thai little hope of finding the plane remained. Details of the mishap were suppressed by the war censorship. Dr. Banting, winner of the Nobel prize In 1923, was known to have been traveling throughout Canada consulting fliers ( and doctors ^on problems connected with air fighting, such as the prevention of ais j sickness, methods of offsetting tha 1 "blackouts," or periods of unconsciousness which afflict pilots at the end of power dives, and the use of heart palliatives for high altitude flying. Young Woman Recovers After Gulping Poison Mrs. Rudy Karelin, 22-year-old mother of a five-year-old son, of Holland, Mo., was apparently recovering in Walls Hospital today after taking poison at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Niecee Lester, with. whom .she and her husband live. Mrs. Lester said the woman had been in an argument with her as they were cooking dinner and "she became mad and walked over to a cabinet and grabbed a bottle of ' lysol arid drank the contents." "Her husband and I brought her to the" hospital after she. walked over and sat down' in a rocking chair," Mrs. Lester said. Attendants said .she- probably would live. Woman Dies Of Burns After Falling On Stove Mrs. J. S- Smith. 89-year-old Greenville,- Mo., resident. anv4, mother of two Blytheville residents.-' died at a Poplar Bluff, Mo., hospital. at 1, a.m. Saturday after falling against a, hot stove Friday. Funeral services v/ere held Sunday at Hiram, Mo. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Ada Carter; a son. Charley Smith, and a granddaughter, Mrs. C. A. Cummings, all of Blytheville. EVERYTHING FOR YOUR QFFICR PHONE \Q DELTA OFFICE SUPPLY STORE Blytheville, RJt. & Ash talked for ten or nf.en ! all - vr THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU EXTRA MILDNESS, EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVOR \«s re»la"ement.s from t,«'o ! They still call it the manly art, but at the Sea Spray Beach Club in • rfivkions DicVed for this purpose Palm Beach, Fla., young ring hopefuls are taught boxing by Emme- bit wrttv soon he had to use tnem ! line Moody. Here she shows one of her pupils what happens whea as Sat mSts Naturally this [ ^^rftjeov^upja^enough. virtually cut off the source of sup- s ~ r ~~ s pl ^eneS pl pe e Sg cabled the! Stock Prices \Neiv Orison* Cotton War Department back home for i prev men to fill the depleted ranks of j A T & T 1603-4 his fighting outfits. The War De-1 Am Tobacco 69 1-2 partment responded by sending i A^conda Copper 23 3-4 over new divisions. He cabled Beth Steel 78 L-2 again. More divisions. Pretty soon Chrysler '. 65 1-4 Then they both dncido on "specials" because they are cheaper. But it irritates them to see Hint Blytlieville negro, Fred Williams, ufter hiS ttut * m0bil Qf « . the Armorel road. He was fined 1-2 93 the new arrivals found themselves I cl tics Service being split up and sent- piecemeal i coca Cola — to plug the holes in various organ- I General Electric 32 3-8 izations. It had to be done, but General Motors 427-8 it \--as extremely bad for morale, i i u t Harvester 485-8 "Realizing this, the War Depart- • Montgomery Ward 36 5-8 ment directed. establishment of a N Y central 12 3-4 number of replacement training North Am Aviation 14 camps on this side. 13 oC them, in PaC k ar d 27-8 'fact. That was early in April. 1918. Phillips .. 36 1-4 These camps proved quite effective; • ijadio , 41-8 a total or bu«i& 236,000 men were Republic steel 187-8 sent overseas from there before :he j s occm y Vacuum 3 5-8 I fuss was ovei\" Studebaker G 1-2 | Cfonrlurrl Oil >0 .1 34 ! Mar. May July Oct. j Dec. Open High Low Close Close 1043 1033 1040 1033 1041 1035 1024 985 984 981 1045 1042 1033 995 991 981 1037 1034 1021 986 983 981 1031 994 991 988 1022 983 981 976 Chicago Wheat May Sept. Open 803-8 753-4 High Low 941-2 903-8 79 1-2 ' 75 1-2 Closi 83 79"1- it rle remindei mi Lhev both $71.25 for "no"substifutlons"; in inimic reckless driving today .1 Court. Eye-witnesses told officers that ,,„ »w b .w- — -arely missed seV- rini»«i'f think' eral other automobiles before overlie waitress says siii: Cioesn I- LIHUNJ she can make the substitution they uirnin 0 . ^ tell her to go back to the kitchen and see. Insulin Discoverer Is Believed Killed MONTREAL. Que.. Feb. 24. CUP) —Sir Frederick Grand Banting. 111611L- ULllCl. riiiii".y »in-»i unw riL^t-O - *-Icl U. lito . ^ arrixes they look at it suspicously. ing the lives of. thousands 01 dia- knd Mrs. Jones says, "I didn't i . She does and says "It's all right. You can have corn." They; look triumphant, ns though she had been trying to put something change their order, 'Finally when the food over on them. Then they both Read Courier News want Freshest Stock • Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores WE MAKE CONCRETE STORM SEWER — ALL SIZES Osceola Culvert Co. Phones 253 & 60 D. S. Laney Ed Wiseman Osceola, Ark. NICOTINE than the average of the 4 other largest-selling cigarettes tested- less than any of them-according to independent scientific tests of the smoke itself SMOKE'S THE THING! One vice president of the United States resigned from his office. John Calhoun resigned to become a senator In 1832. Standard Oil N J 34 Texas Corp 36 U S Steel 58 1-8 New York Cotton War Talk Pa ins | Jap Ambassador »$ • fe i int.. inon 1039 1G3G 1028 593 990 98C 1032 1029 1016 979 980 980 Prcv close 1034 1030 1028 1020 .9 Chicago Corn THEATRE Mat. Sat.-iiun. 2 and 4 P. IVV Every Wit ~> P. ltoays lOc - 20c TIMES TONIGHT NOEL COWARD'S TRADE THIS WEEK! PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. will give you .. . FOR YOUR PRESENT CAR IN TRADE ON A BIG... OVER WOK New Japanese ambassador to U. S,, Kirhisaburo Nomura, appears slightly perturbed by situation he finds in Washington. Says he: "The atmosphere here is not as good as I expected when 1 lelt Japan." PHOTOGRAPHED IN TECHNICOLOR Directed by W. S. VAN DYKE II O PARTS & GARAG SERVICE STATION Also Selected Shorts TUESDAY IS PAL NJTE 'SJUf FRM ! Ciark Gable, .Jeanette Mac- l^onald. Spencer Tracy Also selected shorts HERE'S OUR SENSATIONAL OFFERl What car have you now? We'll give you $100 over book value for it, if it's a popular make, in salable condition. We mean exactly what we say! We'll match this deal with any of the so-called "wild traders" as long as our used car stocks permit. SALE In Arkansas' cleanest Austlon Barn . . . disinfected twice weekly . . . clean at all times . . . convenient . . . prompt service. We Do Not Ruv and Trade WE JUST SELL 'IT FOR YOU. Buy and sell at a fair i>rice, £et a square deal both ways. CORPORATION BARN- ON OLD CHICAGO MILL & LUMBER COMPANY SITE. BLYTKEVILE'S PIONEER AUCTION SALE'. THIS IS NOT ONLY THE GREATEST OFFER in our history, but we also believe there's not another low price car to match the 1941 Ford itself for sheer big-car money's worth! And we are prepared to show you that we mean business . . . that Ford leads the field in better basic features! . . . that Ford gives more and finer equipment! WHEN YOU CONSIDER the steady depreciation and mounting repairs on your present car—when you consider all the big Car roominess and ride and style offered by Ford alone at low price—you'll decide on Ford! TOP ALL THAT with this unprecedented offer and you'll get the hig 1941 Ford V-8 for your money!.. .Trade now while w r e're -ading high ., . better drive over . . . TODAY! 'Special 1 Tudor Sedan $791 14 Delivered in Blytheville PHIL OTOR CO. Phone 810 Blytheville, Ark.