The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1939 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 25, 1939
Page 5
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PAGF) SIX Starvation! BLYTHBVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Casual Luxury ; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1939 Incited to riot by hunger.-starving Chinese pe(is<ui<<; in Slnn°hai (aunt international police and cry out for "more -rice," reflecting in their faces the scourge of famine that followed invasion. U. S. Army's Streamlined Division ^vX - v -»*\l\ j^'^J'^ £-w<.~x " />•>' Vt^X^ •<kL. £>V >,;•:.>• Ill ^klilfilrjS ,_£» .. ^A> ^r-r * <»'t{5r*S* mtjp ar j «Syiv '••*»*r •jFTC.'^' 1 w^NTiiJ «^sv v **»*. ^ i- u *^.,^.^. -f < ' _3^~ ^ > ^^5^™'^^"^!*,.. „,» ( ^^ ^i; ~&V^s>' x "^*^- ,%^C, j MS Dlanescjc ue\\, imei bofmp publUied, .shows Ihe U S Aimvs- onlj completeh mcthaii- lon—tlie sireamlined jirovi'Jioiial Second UUinon, pnuni; In ie\lu\ at Imt Sam Hm.stcu u\ Adlitioiial nicchaiilMd divisions, 'nm:!slecl after (his one, are bi'iiv planned. Death Patrol! {. T.' Port lookout on a British tlc.stro.ver carefully scans the water for needle-like periscopes of German U-bonls as England's navy enforce.! blockade and keeps the seas safe for her own merchant shipping. In a .season of elegance, ciumnlly cut jackets of precious and semiprecious furs are eye-catching. Tills smart evening model—as casualty cut as a campus cardigan—is worn by Hollywood's topflight actress, Bctte Davis, It's of snowy white Russian ermine with three-n.imrier length sleeves and Hanged shoulder treatment which forms a Peter Pan shaped collar at the front. Today's Special—Hitler Plaller Tre-War' Paris Styles of 1939 The Paris gowns pictured above have an historic as well as slvli'h si Photographed jusl a few hou.-s before Uie famous house of war (s the evening cnsembte at rioht - In carte, A la Hitler: This kitchen caricature of Adolf Hitler is composed of a plate, a spot of pimento, .two peas, parsley and burnt, oast. 11-s creator is Hi Williams, New York photographer, and it adorns the current issue of the U. S. Camera Magazine. Who's a Pumpkin Head Now? The War at Sea As dramatic in color and action as a painting by a master artist is this striking photograph of British destroyers churning up the -North Sea in their ceaseless quest after German U-bonts. Note the heavy sea .smashing full across die liow of Jtlie ship at left. Cruiser! Biggest Tiling on Tires The snow cruiser built In Chicago for the U. S. Antarctic Expedition, dwarfs the men beside it. One of its 10-foot, half-ton wheels is shown. 72 Ships Go Down in War at Sea , „ i i, „ ?a dosecl « s d °ors, on account of ! Hallowe'en in a war-hauntrd ..vorld takes its fashion cue "from Europe this year. Pumpkin \ v ^ . ...,„ n .. rt „ „ , cue irom ss-fi « r ' ,„ „„ „„„ ° Allies claim 18 U-beets sunk in war Athcnia IBr.) first tp sunk m war; ens; 125 dgoj RoyalOok 'Location unrertffed) A Br. Worjhips British Ships "5 s German Shfpi 0 French Shi pi * * <* 3 ships sunti off So. America Renewal of Nazi submarine campaign with sinking of six allied merchantmen and British battleship Royal Oak bjlngs wartime total of 70 commerce vessels and two warships sunk. All but twe of 3S British vessels d<&n nere torpedoes or shelled by tl-boats. Atlnes claimed 11 of neutral vessels, subs the rest. Lisht losers at first, French now record flvu ships lost, ail to U-boat. attacks. British warships sank tltree German vessels, a fourth struck a mine,

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