The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1939 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 1, 1939
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PAGE SEX BLYTHKVILLE '(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Anima! Husbandry Gels New Meaning In 'British Isles . • lly Mlf/rON ttRQNN'KR NBA Service BUff Cori«sj)onrfetil LONDON, Nov. 1.— \\Hiat airraid Wardens are to humans in case n British city is attacked by Gentian bombers, National Anlmnl Guards, enrolled by (he National Air 5ta!d Protection Animals Pr-tcctlon Committee will be to the dimil) pets ami seivnnls of innn.- It Is a tremendous task bwniisi 1 , while .panicky humans can )>P reasoned with, a panicky dog or a tei- rified horse is a danger to Hie community. . The special Guard (ire being recruited from animal lovers ivlio will look nfter panle- strlcken or gassed anlnmls. 11 Ls hoped in n city like London to nave an animal guard in each block. First aid ports will be cqnlnjwd •'with mobile units which, nftcr an air mid, can 'be rushed to the aid of injured animals. Identity disks are io b* tied to such household pets a.5 cats and dogs. Masks For Man And DOP »• vy» FOK PETS' Greater London, which includes a- radius 15 miles around Charing Cross at\<i thus includes real farms. has an animal population .of 40.000 , horses, 9000 cattle. GOOO sheep. 18,000 pigs, 400,000 dogs ami -1,500,000 cats. The Royal society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals hns issued a booklet advising pel owners what to do. As animals arc not going to rje allowed to be taken into public air raid shelters, pet owners are advised to hove their own home shelters Into .which they can take (heir dumb friends. s Crowds Are Attending Baptist Youth Revival LnrRn crowds arc attending both 7:00 o'clock morning services and 7:30 o'clock nlglit ficvvfoes at tho Youth ijM'lv.-U conducted nt. the Fhyl UiiptUl church and led )>v Chester Swor .:f Clinton, Miss. Last nlglil Mr. Swor';; subject wus "royalty lo Christ." Tonight he will speak on "Lot'fllty to Self" ami tomorrow night, "Ixjyalty to Other.-:." TD6 purpose of these subjects will bo to (Mint, mil the'practical, tis- nblc elements of 'Christianity :is applied to the life of young people. The youtli of the clnirch lias charge of the entire service which the youth of the community are attending In large numbers. The special feature, of the service Is a <!o;i and nnsw, open foniui session conducted strictly, for iho yoinii; people at the close of the night services. WEDNESDAY, 'NOVEMBER''!,-1930 1 Steele-Cooter Society—Personal 1'jui.v Honors Guest Mrs, Jim Bnrncs mid Mrs, D. Lillian Nichols wore hostesses' to two labtes of IwJdgo at the home of Mrs. Nichols Tuesday night In honor of Mrs. Sam Rlclling of Mcna, Ark., who Is visiting relatives here. The high score prize went, to Mrs. nidlliiB; second- liigli (o Mrs. Fi ankle B. Holloifinn •ami brklx? to Mrs. Mnrshnll IJinToughs. Tim hosteut served )>rtck Ice cream ;m<l angel food cake. ; » * * .folly Eight liiilertairifd .Mis, Tom Perry was hostess lo her Jolly Eight nnnco club nnd cue t«cst, Mrs. Clarice Gllliland, at her new home ncftr . Cooler Thursday night. Tlic Halloween Jijullf was carried out ,!n Die tlcco- rntlons. She gave as favors small Ijaskcts of Hallmvccn cnndy. The hlgli score prize'went li Mrs. Tom Hums, bunco to Mrs. Arthur WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WilbMl Cili/«l—Ajjd Vcu'll lataf Oat cf Bed in ' Ike Molding Hajio' lo Co The liver MiouM iioitr out two rounds of (Iqulil bHjitito your boss-da dally, tftiits Ml«> Isiiouloxtlngfrocls'.your/ooa.lcx-sij'tdlctsl. U inst decays In ihe bo\\Tls. (Ins blouta up youi- Htoiiinfh. You get conslipntril. Your >v]i<i!t> system la polfoixeil atid you feel sour, m/ik acitl (he world Icxik* punk. -A UK-re Lowi>l movement iloum'l net at the cause-. 11 lakes those caul old Cnrtcr'a 1.1111* Llvor I'llli to not tivo iiourvjs of lille (lowing frttly utul niako you feel "up tiiul up." HurroU'**. ui-nlla, j-/-i amazing in mikin'K Lik> flou- freely. Ask lot Vatln't l.lllii; Uvcr Fills by nurilf. Hth\sf onyllilou eke. At all drua storoa. lOf nud 'tff. If a is a highly nervous one, in case cf nn nir raid, the owner is advised to give the animal bromides or aspirin. 'A special kind of car flap is also recommended which will prevent the dog from hearing tho noise of anti-aircraft. gun fire. 'Animals differ somewhat from 'humans in their reaction to gas. Tear ^iid nose gases leave them quite unmoved. But phosgene, chlorine, mustard, and Lewisite' are-ns dangerous to animals jas'lp man. It is pointed out Ihnt no satisfactory gas mask has been invented which .will protect cats, dogs or horses. It is true in the last Head Of College .-.'Chemistry Department Insists Mcihod Possible x RENO (UP) — The •development of "denHi rays" capnble, of .striking down large numbers of hummi tiehigs Is n sjicotaculnr' i)o.sslbillly that might )je nccoiniillshed, «c- cordlii!! to Dr. O. W. Scars, )ipn<! of the University of Nevada Chemistry department. Dr. Antonio Loiijjorln, wealthy Clcvelnnd scientist und inventor, alrcncly has rcvcnled thnl. ho Invented such .1 ray hi 1933 which, hi experiments, killed pigeons on the \vin<; four miles nwny. He snltl he destroyed the machine which "broadcast" die my because of its frightful Implications. Ecjii's sold thitt certain wnve lengths of light produce pniilclcs which have great energy, "nml it is possible that in time these may oe used ns 'death rays.' '.' . "We know liint there sre neu- t.Kns,,electvons and protons whlcl: world \\sr some messenger dogs, I can Ije separated from, atoms nud specially trained, did use masks, • Btit they were exceptions. SEM'ED IN' LAST WAR . As in the.last world war, so hi this one,.the Royal Society for the .Prevention, of Cruelty to Animals expects to do an immense, amount of «ork. When Hie lust wnr b'rbke out, tlie society volunteered Us services to the War Department.. They were 'declined' with thanks. But the small Army Veterinary Corps soon found It could not cope with the war problems of animals. The nnny 'had-an Immense number, of horses and mules, many cf which became siek or were injured.--It was possible to. save them If proper care \\os given. So the War Office then called -.upon/the society to help H. It • raised a million dollars by voluntary stibscitptions. It sent Us own insiieckrs to help the Veterinary Corps, . It built 200 shelters foi horses and - mules under treatment. Also it supplied molor lorries which acted as horse ambulances In the end, it, ran 13 hospitals wltli accommodations for 13,500 lurses Each hospital had its operating rooms, forage barn and dressing sheds. It also had n convalescent depot for hcrses recovering from wounds. For the present war, the Army Council has recognized'the society as the only one to assist the army. In spile of the great mechanization of mcdern armies, there wilt still be large numbers of horses and mules with the British Expeditionary Torce in France. They utll be carefully looked atler as In the last «'nr. exuellcd with n great deal of force. When you have such force, there 1.5 n possibility tlmt it cnn kill llv- inpr things." Sears said that it is now. possible to get cnouch ultra violet vavs to kill small nnimals, bnt acccrding; |o his belief, ultnt violet ray pmvor is not enoiioh to kill n human bcJnx. He believes the time of invention of such a ray belongs in the future. He said Unit the Joliot-s, French' scientists, hnve experimented mid learned that there U some danger in the investigation of such plieiKinena. The Joliols believe there might be n clinfn of reactions In siicli work which misht be dangerous even to the experimenter, Bv ' " nrnninms \vlth MEAD'gx EXCLUSIVESS bombarding the slow-moving neu- Irons, the jotioK have succeeded in starting very f«st-movln<r neutrons.. ' "If .'these fast neutrcns would stir tin faster neutrons, which in turn would stir up still faster neutrons, tlic result would lie an un- conlrolablc increase in energy which might go on to make ex plosions," Dr. Sears slated. Lon§oria said he f-.uml his ray in an miexolored frenucncv band in the vicinity of the X-ray. "But I don't like to talk about it," he said. "It would wreck civil! ration. I'll have iiothlnz lo do with It." At The Hospitah Walls Hospital D. I. Rush, Manila, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ciyds Yankees Oppose "Scarlet" SOUTHBRIDGE. Mnss. (UP)— Members of Congress have been asked to help stipnress the moving picture "Gone With the Wind." The Malcolm Ammldown Woman's Relief Corps wrcte lo senators and representatives urging the film be banned as "an insult to the Grand Army of the Republic." IS EPILEPSY INVIER1TED? CAN IT BE CURED? dodon on thl. Inliriillni inb. ltd will be «tnl KREK, wkll, thrf lui; lo tnr rj«dtr wrlllni to lit KctuolIonU rjlrliioi,. SJS Fif ( h Aetna*, Nt w v«tl N. V., D<pt. N115 ' Robinson of Carutheisville. a son, weighing seven pounds and fiittcn I •*~V«iii«t c«ni«inins it,* ounces. Mrs. P.- C. Grissom, Dyess, dis- mtesed. Earl Damon, city, dismissed. Mrs. S. B. Nation and baby. Hayti, dismissed. Blytueyille llcspital Mrs. p. E. McDermott. city, dis- misRed. SfempliK Slelhoillst Hospital Mrs. V. G. Holland, city, admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital S. J. Smith, LUxora. admitted. 1 He Punished Himself .CLEVELAND (UP)—Robert Stimac, of Barberton^ O.. had seen only half the Notre Dame-Navy game when police, who said he tntfiintcxfcated, led him out of the Cleveland stadium. Said the Judge: "I believe you were punished enough by not seeing the lust half of the game. Costs are suspended." •* King Msesa, of Uganda, Africa, is reputed to have had the largest harem ,ln the world. Seven thousand wires were in his seraglio. DRIVE TO LEFT¥ T S SERVICE STATION AUK-MO STATE LINK FOR Gas and Oil NOW MANAGED BY Walter Cox, Jr, and E, M. Murray 'the cream of the crop'in Smart Qut~o~Doors Wear Here, it! Alcad's, you'll really find "Hie Cream of tlic Crop" tit otililoor totfs. We cart'fiilly, iiliinned Ihc'purchases for (his deirarl'mciit, based on pasl experience, in order to bring lo (he man who loves to ffct out in the open flic sm.irtcsi of sports wear'for filled weather. / Field & Stream's Velvacolt Leather Coats $1730 1tci\Uy il's tlic lops in leather co;iLs . . soft as kldskin . . . rnggcd :is sharkskin and scnfT-proof. Full Enrlglo lining 'llial .wilt give nuviiy seas tins ivear. Two siuull breast pockets l>utton securely, and t\ro Inrgrr jiopktt.s' with lonse fii\\is t roomy in- siile Docket. McGregor Coats $ 6 50 to $ 12 50 liotli Coat' anil .InctuH styles arc tucluilcd in this complete sliowlng-.of the new McGregor line. Sniiir-fUtiiig jacket mnjlcls or 'full mat styles willi full belts and four roomy pnrkcls.• Capes ami' Suctlcs In llsl't anil tlnrkrlours. ' ' .. Whipcord PANTS $395 Comfortable, lace log" pan Is expertly' tailored from heavy qiulily col- ton whipcord. Slronsj- ty Kc\vcil and rc-cnforc- cd a t strain-points. Leather knocs. Woo! and Cordurou JACKETS $ 5 : Jaunty Norfolk styles that will appeal (o" j-ouiif men ivlio like for their clothes lo "curry a punch." The wool'jackets in college green, nisi uml mixtures. Corduroy' jackets fit green anil liroun. Also a wool jacket in maroon with white sleeves. Rugby CHAMOIS VESTS $095 A smif filling- sleeveless vest in natural clinmols color, wool hack fur sreater coin- fort, 2 pcckels, mctlium brown tuitions. BRADLEY SWEATERS Nc\v Two-lout; P^d! Slip-over Styles F/^fa $350 These new slip-overs carry a lot cf style with their nf- sleeves, n.\h-t;ill <lesi<ii mid Iwu-tnne roiubinalions. Shoivn in Cornel ami Tan. Green anil Grey, also soliil colors. Sweater Coats \vi(h Leather Front It's a style leader this fa" . . . this neatly styled, leather-fronted Coal Sweater with Us warm, snug-flltiuR wool bark ami sleeves, 4 slash pockfls, zipper front. As Usual The Best Is Always Al. ME Taylor, (raveling bunco to Mrs. Fi'cd Vaug-hii ami low score to Mrs. Aljner Ashcrafl, Refreshments of corned beef "sandwiches, cookies and gvapc Juice were served. . • • • Mis, Myrtle Davis and son, Virgil Arthur", have returned home from a trip to Tennessee where they vent especially for the funeral of their cousin, joe niacta'rd. Mr. and Mrs. Ifollis Bogus urc announcing the arrival ct a Chi nt their homo In Cooler last! Sunday, the baby is not gelling along so well. / John Elmer Workman is spending this weekend In Fulton, Mo., where he Is attending homecoming i>t the Mrs. D. Misses Nina Hrcoks and Jiiaiilla I-ossinu of Sleele, Mrs. Arthur Taylor of Cooler and Mrs. Eva Losstng and daughter, Margaret, of Cottonwood were In Dyersburg, Term., Thursday to attend (he funeral of 'Mrs. Losslus's cousin, Silvester'I Watson, whq Is a fanner resident: of the Cottomvooc! community. | Mrs. T. C. Beaslcy, Mho Is sncndti ing the winter in port Myers, Fta'Jl ami who lias been very sick, is Improving now. J. Ham , Smith, who has Ij slet: for several months, underwent! I an operation at tho Methodist Iras-;I Pital In Memphis this week for a! I stomach trouble, is resting ns well!! as can be expected. , HE HOUSE OF MEAD 315' •MAIN 315 ''he latchslriiiff is out without any strings You arc welcome (hop in at Mosul's and look over our goods. Yod'l! iiiul our salesmen picas- tint, sincere, conscientious. They're striving to build !i clientele which means pleasing you so well you will want to keep coming hack to for MORE. THIS SUIT does things for you Ycssir, this suit does for the up-to-date senile- malt what streamlining tlocs for modern trains . . . if makes you look like Full 1039 . . . not Fall 1029. Scientifically designed by Hart Schnffricr & Mai's experts, this mode) has been proclaimed by critics everywhere as "(he most pcrfecl drape suit ever developed." II makes Irtll men look broader at the shoulders. It gives a trim waisfetl effect to men with "center spreads." If adds hoiii'ht, if flatter,? . . . all in all, it's just about the most comfortable and satisfying garment you've ever had on. Hart Schaffner & Marx New DRAPE SUITS TRIPLE TEST WORSTEDS FOUR STAR FASHIONS ,ENSIGN BLUE WORSTEDS $ 35 Convenient charge and budget service -ATHLETIC SHOULDERS CHESTY DRAPE TRIMMER WAISTL1NK HIGH-RISK • TROUSERS PLEATED FRONT TALON FASTENER TAPERED LKOS MEAD'S 316 • MAIN • •315

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