The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1941 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1941 BLYTHEVILLK, (ARK.) c U. S. State Department Wants .Services of "Bright Younp- Man" O O WASHINGTON, i UP'—Wanted: Bright young men. Chance 10 travel. College education preferred but. not os-semial. Wages and hour; good. Excellent chance lor promotion. Must know what primogeniture means. Apply State Department. Washington. That, in effect, was the want ad*— ___ ^ inserted in the Foreign .Service live, profane, untrue <AnT~Di s . Jotirnal of the Slate Depanment P'traging.) in an article explaining ihut, \ Sybarite: volupiuarv fin-Hie though many nations are angry ! hermit, lawyer <Ans- Vohimn' ! with each other, the diplomatic | ary.) ' " Ufc " u " ] business ts still doin^ well. Contrary to the popular view, the war has increased rather than lessened the job of U.S. diplomats who must look now to the interests of American nationals all over the world \vniic also taking care oi the business of governments who are not on .speaking terms. ••It is pointed out that while 23 offices have been closed in various parts oi the globe .since the war started, 31 new oifices at the .same 1^' time have been opened. Tempo of Work Hiscs "A few of the .smaller posts in ! countries which nave been directly ! aftected by the war have exper- .' ienced curtailment in both (he vol- j time and scope of their activities." j the article .states, "but on the ] whole the ofiice.s in all geographic j areas are operatin» at greatly in- ' creased tempo and in many cases i Worth Mi 11 ions, Gets $18 a Week with insufficient personnel. "As examples may be mentioned the development of immigration work in southern France, -Spain and Portugal; the protection of foreign ime-resi.s. parucularjy in Europe and the Far East.; expanding commercial activities in Latin America; clefen.se activities in all parts ot the wond; uncl other multifarious duties \vhich have developed as a result of the war." The new duties of coring for the interests of other nations involve representation of Great Britain and most oi its Dominions in Ucr- j many. Belgium- wstaenaaUs, Norway, Denina:>:, occupied and un- occupieu trance, luuy, Humania, Biugaria. Casauiancn, /xiyier.s, T;i- i hiti, Tunis, Martinique, riai^on and Dakar Serve Other Governments In many 01 tnese cotuunes the Unucll OLciiirs CUpiOUtAkS Cal'e lOi' tne aiifuis ot Luxemburg, France, iNetneruuius ana .ueigmm. Of cnc Ji pooi.s opetiea since the beginning 01 nosiiuiievi, 'M represent "usienmg posts" in areas wnere tne tmiieu ddies is uuer- CSicCl 111 Ufvi.-tUj.miCl'lui ;is a niail.fcl' oi nemispneric oeicnsc. Tnese m- cmne i-yarvi>r — \veai«r-nmojc point 01 mnc.i—rreeto^n, oriL^n vVcot /•urjoii, uiree puoi.s in oiui'.n un^ t ouicici in nruoti U utana, veuc- Willie Taylor, 24-year-old Serni- nole Indian, is in the bucks to the extent of about S8 million, but works as an attendant in a Tulsa, Ukla., tilling station because, savs he, he wants to "set an example for my tribe." MISERIES OF * 'me uYa'K'Ukies in the-way of :ui- nnssjons to me service wcte imu- caitvi. M0\\'cver. in a series 01 test questions puunsneci in cue same t.->- buc a sampic. It, nu^ui.i, "m[;at OL tne eiciust, untie ucscciicumt.." Fouowmg tne DCS: traoition ul the popUiwr inagazjne nueuigdnca tests, iuc appit^tiiu may cnuose iroui auiOiig j\ji.u' cionnuions. come ot me oonurs: ApooioUc: absolutely cerumr. spOKen mysteriously, dearly ex- j/ressed. required uy Inw. iAns.— Ao5ouuely certuin.) Douaue.sceni: delicious, liquefying, souchiymg. transgressing. uVns. —Jiquefyina;.> Dirhot.omy: expression. dictation, division, tyranny. iAns.— Division.') Hebetude: yotitiifulness. .subser- viency, virginity, .stupidity. iAns.— stupidity, i Pejorative: c»is]v«iragini.;. a'firma- P PENETRO LAST TIMES TODAY Y Thur.-Kn.-S;i(. UMITE9 GINGER ROGERS —as America's IVhite-Collar Girl—• KITTY FOYLE Christopktr Morlcy'f Novel, »•»;& DENNIS MORGAN JAMES CRAIG RKO RADIO PlCTUFE EDUARDOCIANNELLI-ERNEST COSSART - BLADYS COOPER Directed by SAM WOOD Produced by DAVID HEMPSTEAO HARRY ' E. EDlN&TON, Exscurivc Producer. Screen Play by Daiton Trumbo. Add!^;or;3l Dt5- lo^uc by Dona'd O^den -S'o'vart. Also rarurmt'unl NCMS & C'.nmi'ily FRIDAY By Popular A Return Kngape'nicni Bud Abbott & Lou Costeilo Vivien Leigh Clark Gable Olivia De Havilland Leslie Howard Andrews Sisters Thrrc Shous Daily 1^:00—4:00—8:00 Admission: Nih' '-MtH't's to (i:;);0 25c 'Tax included) fr t>:UU ulic l«j A?? .v include!? t Mon-Tue-Wed-Thur-Fri. Bargain Matinccb I0c & 2« BoxotTice open 1:45 to 3:30 No Passr-s — FA" ( -Tvljudv 'P .LISTEN TO KLC* a.m.. 1>;;15 JI.HJ.. i- Fheng Kjtx ?.2i Phone Rexy j3^! :££»! UGHJ FIXTURES! BATHROOM FIXTURE Die Reduced! Will not chip, [led or discolor Save! BEDROOM FIXTURE Specially priced! Assorted colors. W Aitim. KevlusH. KITCHEN FIXTURE <S7r Reduced for this sale. Gives soft. FLUORESCENT FIXTURE 7.17) SlaatiPd in priuf?!' Newest liftluiii^ Bulb;; included. 1-LiTE DROP REDUCED 1.7-1 Ornamented 16^-ir.. crystal shade. SAVE ! CE1LJNG FIXTURE Slashed in price I It matches drop fixture uc left. PULL CHAIN SOCKET J'!•<•. Reduced! Use on lamps, fixtures or extension cords. KITCHEN FIXTURE ' 1,05 Reduced! Modern design. Porcelain base- Save 28% during this sale. Standard plug. 6-ft. PULL CHAIN FIXTURE Specially priced. 10-in. diameter. Several colors. ELEC. TAPE 4 OZ. ROU Price cut 4U%- Your choice rub' her or friction. R.C, WIRE PRICE CUT " ' :ioofu Under writer* Approved for indoor use. No. H- W.P. WIRE SLASHED! 1.78 TOO a. Underwriters \pproved fr>- ouf- use- vfo- 3- % H. P. MOTOP. 4.77 A recori s;mr 7'v,' cord and plug- (\c SV/1TCH or RECEPTACLE PLATE •> Ho. 13 RUSBES LAV.p CORP JO H. for 7«: GALVANIZE" SWITCH BOX IN; T" Fated Tog.srU: JSwTtch l"c " FUSE PLUGS, 15 Jo 30 omp.-- • "» for 1 4«' PCRC. PUIV CHAIN P.ECEPTACU. - - S4c SKCIMS \ LAWN RAKES SLASHED It's handy lor ,eking leaves or grass. The sixteen wire teeth are made !•-.»-.• rto highest grade of spring steel. Wood handle 48 inches lor.^. Buy several at this exceptionally low price GARDEN rfAKES REDUCED The bow, head and fourteen straight teeth are made from one piece of bar steel. It's ideal for all types of garden work, 5-foot ash handle is sanded and waxed. DON'T WAIT! BUY NOW I HOE PRICES SLASHED Save up to 31 per cent during this big 8-day sale! The 6J/>-incli carbon steel blade is firmly riveted to tang, which is'driven into the handle. .The 1-foot ash Candle is sanded and way.cd. YOUR CHOICE Trowel Mr 4; Wcedor : ~ Fork Just the thingfov U'ans- Itlanting or weeding your gardeD. SPADING FORK 83c It's specially priced for this great sale. Four 11-inch tines. 5HQVEI 79c STEEL NAILS 4c r Long-linn die I )'!""• round point. Hollow bftcli. UoUuccd! Snvpl pnr reductions wn common nnils. Ail bi/t's 8d to OOd. HOSE NOZZLE 19* Rti fit-pro of hrnss. Ij'.rpc 1 wntcrwny. Giv«« nny dcKruo spr/»y. 5PRINKIER Revolving lypp. No/- r'es cnn bo adjusted to (jive nny K\iQ RUBBER TIRED MOWER Design' and quality usually found only rn higher priced mowers. The 4 self-sharpening blades, ball-bearing reel and rubber tires make it easy running. H-inch cut. cut Warrls i\I;istvr Qu;»lil.y Wards Master Qimlily Mower, S-Madc. 18-inch cut 1.0.0") RIAL' SAVINGS! SASH CORD REDUCED 7-lc uenrt win'te cotton i'.in>. 50-foot lejigth. 7.32" diam. MAIL BOX PRICE CUTI nc Approved by (J. S. Post Offico Dopt. for ;uraJ routes. BRACE REDUCED! 7-lc Steel frnme with 10-in. swoop.Hiii; forseii chuclt. LOCK SET REDUCED! Anliquc coj-.jicr or <lull hrnsa finish. l'"or inside doors. 6-FOOT STEEL TAPE lOe Reduced 34 C ;;>I Has auto inn tic recoil. Floxlblo. CUT PRICE'. TOOL BOX tins name ni e n s u r t- and lock; 26 gauge. FOR CARPENTW HAMMER RED"OEDI •27c 1 Strong drop forced tempered tool slcel. Save I CUT PRICE! VVOOD LEVEL. Accurate 4-Rlnss level 28-in. long. Will not \varp. SMOOTH PLANE 9-IN. SpocUlly reduced for this Kal«. Buv nowl Hardwood handle. 6-iu, blado. Reduced SHEAR r* invit 98c Forced, temper' ixl. high carbon McH blades. HAND SAW SLASHED! 26"xS p!. Spedu? n n n 1 ." s i s sr w steel. Tempered. -tt', HACK SAW BLADES 3 for IOC Reduced 33 r /;,! Havo 18 teeth pet in. Flexible. BOLTS REDUCED! Assorted carriago or machine bolts. 50 per package. •itexSVSHnch OOOS BUTTS l- HAMMER HANDLE, hickory. M-m. . . . . 7<? SAND PAPER. 33^x10^" shesfs 5 for 3c CARPET TACKS, •# Ib. packcgs ---- , .4<r; 6-INCH PLIERS, «adm»um flm*b. . . - . . 9c 5-1NCH FILE, Song wearing teeth ..... f?C 12-INCH SAW \ Wc'.hamsro runsifl nil bath. Tilting table. ? I 27-in. ctpecitv. 10" over GAP, Built-in Grinder. 6 18 7HNCH BENCH SAW nps. trosscut?. uiiters and grooves. Save! BAND SAW U rips, crosscut?, and cuts outside curves. 4 J /i-!NCH JOfNTiR 13 38 It does jointing, rabbeting and surfacing. output. It runs to IS.OM R.P.M

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