The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1941 · Page 5
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MONDAY, MARCH IT. 1941 * mi mm 11! IN o. s, j Large Scale Production of j Synthetics Would Start! T r ' In emergency | NEW YORK. (UP) —Am rubber tire, petroleum, anil chemical industries today are ready to produce synthetic rufcbw on u large scale in event supplies of natural rubber are cut off by closing of Par Eastern shipping.' Coiisumpiion of natural rubber by the United States, world's largest user, runs around 600.000 tons annually. Most of this comes from the Par East from cultivated rub• ber plantations. Rubber first came from Central America where it was known in the ancient Maya civilization. Shortly after Charles Goodyear invented the vulcanization process in 1844. the crude rubber came from wild rubber trees in Brazil. Then the trees were grown in the Dutch East Indies and Malaya, our present sources of .supply. Until the present war broke out. the average man seldom heard of synthetic rubber. The Germans j produced a synthetic in the World j War. Their first manufactured rubber was made from coal and it cost about S30 a pound. Fir.st tires made from it were placed on Kaiser Wilhelm's private car and , they worked just fine until the cat- stopped. Then it was necessary to jack up the wheels because the synthetic would flatten out under dead weight. Runa First in Germany Germany later penecceu a rubber making process by using petroleum as a base. Tnis was called Buna, the "BIT from btitadaine. the bnsic raw material, and "NA' 1 from natrium, the German word for sodium which was used as a catalytic agent in the chemical process. Standard Oil Company (New Jersey) has the German buna patents, m addition H has Us own synthetic called butyl, considered better adapted tor general rubcer purposes. Many other new names have sprung up in this rush to make rubber synthetics. There are B. F. Goodrich Company's Ameripol and Koro.seal; du Font's Neoprene; Goodyear's Chemigum. Dow Chemical's Thiokol; Union Carbide's Vinyon; Phillips Petroleum's Hycar made by Hydrocarbon Chemical & Rubber Company, formed by Goodrich and Phillips." Tne chemist's mind recalls a j&YTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FUNNY BUSINESS RELIEF Symptoms of Distress Arising STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACiD Free2ookTei!s of HomeTreatmentthat Must Heip or it Will Cost You Nothing "i°? bottles of tho WILLARB li\ f bavo bcen so , d f reiielQ1 -of clisfrcss ari -, iug from Stomach uodenal UJcers due to Excess Arfd- D.gcstion. Sour or Upset SZomach. Gassmess. Heartburn. SJe^Zcssness. etc " dojsen otlier rubber synthetics, in- eludiug pla.stikon, parlon. tensolite. pliofilm. homo-jn-enc, okoprene, 'y-ply, and ahlo. Some of the synthetics are not usable for tires because they cio not vulcanize. Manufacture of synthetic tires already is under way. The main ingredient of synthetic rubber, butadiene, is obtained through a cracking process from petroleum. This crackinu process breaks down the oil to a mixture of simple molecules from which can ba .separated a gas which tin- ner pressure liquefies to produce ' butadiene. Milky Emulsion Made Under one process this butadiene i-s mixed with other ingredients obtained from natural ga.s and air and then made into a milky emulsion, using soap. Upon 'heating and agitation, these ingredients react, to form an emulsion of synthetic rubber similar to the latex obtained from rubber-producing trees. From there the process are the same as in handling natural rubber. The butadiene can be produced anywhere oil supplies and processes arc available, and many of the oil and chemical companies are making this essential for the tire industry. Synthetic rubber has all the advantages of natural rubber and some distinct advantages of its j own, chemists point out. For example, it can be used for .su:h an article as gasoline hose whereas ! natural rubber dissolves in this use. i It also is invaluable in lining gaso- j line tanks of airplanes to make them 'bullet-proof. The one drawback to use of synthetic rubber tires is the ' high cost. However, this could be overcome if the product were placed in production on a large scale. Demonstration Club News Notes ! Ck'b Has Luncheon | Six members or the Ridgeland- jMissco home Demonstration club: iinet for a luncheon at the home of | Mrs. Luther Crawford Thursday Mrs. Laura Ford, l.-omc super-] visor, led the discussion of -Poultry" following the business session. To I'ict-c Quilt Tuesday night, members of the, Lost Cane Home Demonstration' club will put quill blocks together! and card some cotton at the club! house, according to announcement! made Thursday at the meeting' of '• 25 members and three visitors at ! the club house. i j Visitors were Miss Danette Wnrd- 1 law, Miss Catherine Simpson, and Mrs. Dun Bitter. New members arc Mrs. Jack Murry and Mrs. Evert Nemo. The program was opened wUh repenting the club creed led by Mrs. Rayclo Veach and the singing of "America" led by Mrs. J G. Morgan. A committee composed of Mrs. MannerinR Tcwles. Mrs. Raydo Vench and Mrs. T. A. Uourland was named to select the ]>lny to l)o u.sed in {he play tournament. Mrs. Tcnvles led the group in repeating the collect. , The social chairman, Mrs J D Liillejohn directed the game of "Gossip". Sandwiches, cookies nnd colfee were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Bob Veach. Mrs. Dave Flags, Mrs. Osborn Bowers. Mrs. C. A. Evans ami Mrs. W. D. Vastbinder will be hostesses !or the next meeting, April 10. Miss Coleman Speaks Miss Cora Lee Coleman. county home demonstration jiRent. discussed living-at-home and hot •school lunches nnd distributed mattress and comforter Wanks to be' filed out by all present ut the meeting of the Armorel Home Demonstration club in the clubhouse Tuesday. Eighteen members including! two >«-w ones, nnd three visitors were present. During the business session presided over by Mrs. W. L. Smith. the club elected Mrs. Howard Cnld- well as mattress supervisor A 1 committee was named (o select n i play for the tournament to be held in April. i A supper and hoi'.sewarming for members, their husbands and a few visitors will be given Tuesday night, at the club house. Shrubbery was set out at the clo.se of the meeting. The next meeting will be at the club house, March 25. tin? .singing of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", led by ,Mrs. Laura Ford. Devotional was given by Mrs. W. E. (Martin after which a'program on "Poultry" WHS pre.sf'mod by Mrs 'J'l'oy Rush, Mrs, W. C. Hunbuck, ;Mrs. W. R. i lodge and Mrs. W. K Man in. Mr.s. Ford gave it demon- Mnuion on "Cooking." Hut-inn the social 'hour, a contest wa.s conducted. Mrs. W. R, Hodge rm-ivvd tho prize, a hniid towel. „ next month will be | »i uie home of Mrs, Martin, i Honor Roll At Yarbro Includes 17 Students •Seventeen .student* oi the Yarbro .school were mimed on I he honor roll for the first .six weeks ot the set-olid semester and six re- mved honorable mention. 'Hie roll is made up O f the following students: first Ki'ade~-B:\r- uara Ann Jolm.son nml Ellis i?uv Swain; second uviide ~- 0001^ Franklin Henson; third grade — Rmh Krec-h and Eclnn Hulh Free>nan; fourth wrndc-Dilly Ola.s.s and li\n Henson. I'-Mh yr«dc—Ann Orr. Charles Pan-ish. Aucirn Nell Wnlton. Dorris Abbott, Lnvenie Pre.snell; sixth srtulf—BcM'nice 'L'urnage; ninth grade-Opal Manley; tenth yrncle— ^ l> i!v Hale, Gwendolyn Orr and Dorothy Parrish. Honorable menMon went lo these studenls: third grade-Hose Emma Punish, Bud Abboli. Renn Dailey fourth j-rnde—1'oBtf.v Yarbro. Bessio Piv.snell; eighth srudo—Mnr- gareL Jo Johnson. and Raymond Bomnr o rested Starnes SsUurduy night on Highway 18. Starnos* oar. driven by Roy Skipper of near lllylhovllle on the S;U- urdi\y night in Februnry, .struck nn abutiueiu on Krutz 1 bridge. Skip- por wa.s lined $25 for reckless driving- and Slarnos was assessed $10 lor misuse of his licen.se at that time. Paul Freeman, m.vthe.ville. was ined $100 and posted $250 appeal bond on it charge of driving white under the Intluenee of liquor ai'tor •Slate Policemen Eddie 13. David nnd Gene Dickinson arrested him n mile north of Blyilu-vilJe on Highway 01 m 10 o'clock Saturday night. Two other men were charged with recklm driving Saturday m«ht and Sunday morning, otic ftillowlny an auromoblle itccktent Lewis Wall forfeit ed a $'J7.75 bond in ji i-cckle.ss clrivlny CHSO and Tom Chisni, Armorel. was lined $1!5 for reckless driviii); af.er his machine fin.Tk one ddven by a negro, I're.s- tcm Smith, telephone company em- ploye, on Enst. Main street" «t 'J n. m. Sunday. A nenro woman with Smith was injured sillily. rtoy Sawyer was ilneit $10 for tliNturbinii tho pemr i n another Mtuieipal Court ease today. Die shark-sucker, or rcmora. fastens Itself to .some larger fish and ride.s about the sea, Jiving on the remains of iLs host's meals. Courier News wain uds. COURTS Arc Nei Mrs. W. E. Martin, Mrs Troy Rash and Mrs. John Southard are new members of the Hill Farm Home Demonstration club which met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. D. F. Hull. Lunch consisted of home grown food furnished by each club member. The meeting- \va:i opened with Two men were fined nnd the driving license of one \v».s revoked b.v Municipal .Judge Doyle Henderson today after charges of driving while under the influence of liquor were mnde against them by of- ttem Saturclny nl^ht. Rsiymoml Starnes, Manila man whose automobile was involved in » crash at Knito' bridge February '9, was lined $100 nnd JudKC Henderson revoked his license after Deputy Sheriffs John F. Retnmiller TO COLDS 1 MISERIES for tonight au-ny ffom mWriw into s l PO p. wt IVnH.,-,,. F^.l.lnnhlohH. nliuost inslHutly. UA«. Ddiihlo mi,,p!y COTTON SEED Coker 100 Strain 3 e certified, re-clcnncd and Ccresan treated. Stoneville Ambassador Stoneville 2-B R. D. HUGHES GIN CO. 'Klyliievillc, Ark. Pil e nrnrs 1MP(VRTANT 'Hi.' world's oldest known in.sfll.u- uon .sppcittlizint; in mild treiilmtm "I PHos, FtsUiln. other rectal and erlon nilinent.s will send you FHEE bunk whleh lully descriljes tlu-se cfinditicns and contains many A-ray picture.-; and dinprmns. They have t rented more than 62.000 patients and will be glad to w.nd you Mich- jfii-^p reference list Free Write to Thornton & Minor Clinic Suitf !Mfl-C. flatf MeGee St.. Kan- Mi."- City. Mo. ANOTHKK MULE TURNED ON PASTUKK With A Good Used Tractor o I) SEVERAL LATE , TRACTORS OF ALL MAKES. (.'owl. Trades — Good Price — Good Terms Paul By rum Ask OP wmH» pvrj • ' v > (Il2r « J 's Message" wMch fully expLuns this treatment— tec— at KIRRY BROS. DKUG CO. AR?,IOHKL: ARaiOREL OK IK; co MANILA : PEOPLE'S DKUG STOKE Wellegfey Prepares Drama WELLBSLEY, Mass. . (UP i — Complete dramas', .staged and pro- auctci for an average $10 cost are i being developed by Wellesley Coi- j logo students in an effort to ere- att; inexpensive.army camp enter- taimneni. "FAMILY OF ELEVEN -itid :i]] );,]<»• .ADLKRUvA wlu-n ntrdoti " j 0\. :V.-lmva1 When partly diceM.^ | lood.v »l<-cfty, Jo-ruin;: -ns, l.rin.in^- i»i M'ur ;<»oiiwch. ..n- Moniiti?. trv "viJhFK- ; IKA. (.:.-< ii TODAY. Kii'by hros. Dnu- .o.. rin«! K«)liitiM)ii's Drug Co. Adv TRADE THIS WEEK! CO. ;.^',;l...=;-Ji: '^^^^^ ^*>A ; r^s.^.^.^^xir ^ will give you FOR YOUR PRESENT CAR IN TRADE ON A BIG ^^^•§••1 .^^MM^^^^^^^^^. ^^^ • ™ 9,9 58 1'j Sfnc7«Jr Refining Comvas'j (Inc ) i 'Agenf S/nc/o/r Refining Company (Inc.) HERE'S OUR SENSATIONAL OFFER1 What car have you now? We'll give you $1.00 over book value for it, if It's a popular make, m salable condition. We mean exactly what-we'say! We'll match thus deal with any of the so-called "wild traders" as long as our used car stocks permit. THIS IS NOT ONLY THE GREATEST OFFER i n our history, but we also believe there 5 not another low price car to match the 3941 Ford itself for sheer big-car money's worth! And we arc prepared to show you 'that we mean business . - - that Ford leads the field in better bwc 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 bier- car roominess and ride and style offered by Ford alone at lotv price—y 0ll 'ii dca(ic Qn FoK |, TOP All THAT with this unprecedented offer and you'll get the ^g 1941 Ford V-8 for your money! „.. Trade now while we're trading high , } k better drive over.,, TODAY! Offer Good Daring irade This 'Week! WUh ibis unprecedented otter you yet the bii: 194] Ford for vpur mcncv. Blytheville,

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