The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1941 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS K [LED II To Them > Spring No Excuse For Love I I mm lm mm U 111 _ ...... ^____ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1941 "Bloody Marian" County, Ky., Scene Of Fierce Striker's Baltic HAUL AN, Ky., April 2 (UP) — Pour men were shot and killed and at least five oth'ers were wounded today when union pickets and nonunion employes engaged in :i pitched battle at the Crummies mine in "bloody Harlan" County. Fighting started when several hundred members of the United Mine Workers (CIO) went to the mine, one of those closed during the work stoppage ordered by the UMW and sought "to enrol nonunion employes who were lounging about -the mine commissary. The shooting started during speech delivered by a UMAV organ- iser, bin only about 50 men engaged in the lighting, it was said. Approximately 20 sheriff's deputies and -state police went to the .scene to restore order. ;Boy Who Carves : To Exhibit His Work In Window Because he liked to whittle, a iifth grade student, of Sudbury school will see his display of wooden zinnias in the window of the S. H. Kress Building on Main street tonight. .• The boy is James Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. Bailey, who .is a student of Miss Marguerite Sllaz. The exhibition he has arranged for display will feature eight steps in carving a zinnia. Beginning with an ordinary spool, he carves the desired design and then paints the flower with water colors. According to those who have seen his completed work, his zinnias when placed in a vase with ^willow stems are "quite real looking." Idea for the wooden flower came to him one day at school when he .was "just whittlin' a button". person make more son.se than whim he was sober." "Yc-.s," corroborated a worldly colleague of the same age, "when people get intoxicated, their inhibited thoughts come more clearly to their .semi-conscious mind." The unu.suui, in plot- or technique, alway.s draws the highest praise from the young critics. Daniel Feeley, n, thought that "Knute Rockne" was keen, "because it's not a lot of baloney. Rockw: doesn't go in there and win every time. He even got tackled." Many's the'picture to wilt under blistering scorn because "it's the same old baloney. The hero \vins in tin.' end." NO KB All OF EMOTIONS The Young Reviewers are not afraid of emotion as .such, even if, as Irving Dolinsky, 14, shrewdly observed: "Many adults think it's .sissy to sho'.v your emotions." Emotion i.s okay, but love is something el.se again. Love has a na.sty way of impeding action —even in Spring, a invariably comes in for u merciless verbal pummeJJng. Robert Burgess, 31, summed up "Arizona" with: "It's one of their regular westerns, but it'.s on the top. No dry love scenes." David Kolley, 13, disagreed: "It wasn't really a western. It was about love between the hero and the heroine. "It was different," argued Bob, "because the man does not hold FUNNY BUSINESS Spencer Sworn In As Senate Member WASHINGTON, April 2 (UP)— Lloyd Spencer, a Democrat, took the Loth today as senator' from Arkansas. He succeeded Join) E Miller, Democrat,. who resigned to become federal judge. Senator Hattie W. Caraway, Democrat, Arkansas, the senate's only woman member, escorted Spencer as he took the oath from Vice President Henry A. Wallace. Read Courier News want ads. WADE'S GARAGE Body & Paint Shop Wrecks Repaired Wrecker Service l*honi? 120!) 50G \V. As)> New Sears-Roebtock RADIOS AT DISCOUNT FOR CASH! Radio Hospital Ingram Bid*. 103 E. Main Saliba Rites To Be expected to be cut off. U T Fearing a price rise or disap- Mere lOmorrOW Ipearance of corks from the market entirely, the .state board of agriculture, college governing body, has Funeral .services will be held here Ul *t wvv* *-*»J\_ v * *v. Al At** J VHJi^kl tlVJL/ J lt_>iLl /*» fc her in his arias and say, "Oh, darl- I Sall . ba> 44 - resident of Blytheville There are only twelve letters in the Hawaiian language. KENTUCKY STRAIGHT WHISKEY ing. 1 It was not dry. He kissed her and jumped on his horse and rode away." "i think," chimed in 12-year-old Smylla Briiid, "there shouldn't be so much love." There was only one dissenting critic. He was 12-year-old Kenneth ELsler. "Without love," announced the young sophisticate, "it wouldn't be anything," Tlai' critical opinions of the Young Reviewers Hrfi Lascii on no snap judgments, as photos above show. Ifere three youngsters who have just previewed "Meet John Doe" pause i'or contemplation, while u confrere, at lower right, waves his hand, seeking' recognition to express his considered judgment. Rouse Harp Transfers To Louisville Office pre- Young Reviewers, Aged 8-14, Are Movies' Most Exacting Critics BY TOM WOLF NEA Service Staff Correspondent NEW YORK.—Like Dr. Frankenstein. Hollywood has encouraged a monster'that one day may well be its creator's undoing. Long the foremost exponent of precocious children, the movies now Find that [heir severest critics arc none other than a group of precocious moppets, known officially as the Young Reviewers. The Young Reviewers is an ad- +- jtinct of the National Board of glrls think the icfcure is absolutely Review. Its faOO youngsters, selected based on fact; , he obserml . , an j when you argue with your teacher. ~FORHlF" APPROVED ALFALFA SEED Lespedeza and Beans and Peas of Various Variety Also Car of STONEVILLE Pedigreed 2-B and 4-B L. R. Matthews Oin Co. you find that the picture was not all correct." The Young Reviewers' world- their Rouse Harp, who has been traffic representative for the Cotton i Belt railroad here for the past four years, has been transferred to the Louisville, Ky., office where he will be assistant general agent. He left Tuesday for Louisville to assume his new duties. His place in the local office has been taken by J. Mell Brooks Jr. until 15 years ago, who died at Globe, Ariz., last week. Services will bs held at the home of George Saliba, First and Vine streets, conducted by the Rev. Alfred Carpenter. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Pallbearers include Horace Wai- pole, Charles Alford, George Johns. Thurman Atkins, J. G. Barnes and Mitchell >Saliba. Honorary pallbearers are Harry Atkins, N. Corey, Dr. J. A. Saliba, George Wright, J. L. Guard. Bert Dougan and Russell Gaskin. Survivors include 'two brothers, Jack Saliba. Blytheville, and Rufus Saliba, Cleveland. Miss., and a sis- l ter, Lady Mae Saliba of Toledo. ' Ohio. Cobb Funeral Home is in charge. the drunken scene in "Meet John Doe." one youngster wondered how the inebriate could make good sense whiie in his cups. , "I." pronounced an eager 11- ycnr-old. "have seen , a drunken irom the brightest 8-14 year-olds at 100 New York City school view the years top movies. criticisms guide parents and children the notion over in movie tastes. A group of less reticent, spade- calling critics would be hard to find. They have few illusions about their work. As 12-year-old Joan Heller bluntly observed after a recent preview of "Meet John Doe": "The movies are not always exactly real. They want a good buildup and a good yrriteup." To get a good buildup from the Young Reviewers demands the highest standards in story, acting, and direction. The Young Reviewers are demons on boners. Thirteen-year-old Alvin Golden, for example, could hardly wait until a recent preview was over to ask: "How come the dog was shot on the left side jumping over the fence, and when lie was on the I ground it was his right .side that i was \vounded?" i -Sometimes this demand for ac- ! curacy lias other than purely al- ' truistic motives. Richard Ticktin, f 11. thought that it would be nice j if biographic pictures said at the ' start which parts were fact and ; which fiction, "Many bovs and It is reported more than 300 that there are Civilian Pilot Training Program graduates now actively flying with the Royal Ait- Force in England. Reac3 Conner News want ads. College Hopes To Fill Its Bottleneck Problems EAST LANSING. Mich. tUPi — Michigan State College has found that it has its own "bottleneck" problems — but the college is not troubled with eliminating them. It's trying to fill them. Because of war-time shipping restrictions, the supply of corks obtained from Spain and Portugal is appointed a committee to arrange for purchase of $1,000 worth— the amount annually needed to supply college laboratories. Read Courier News want. aOs Was Old at 52 NOW PEPPY, FEELS NEW, YOUNGER "I'm only 52 but Ml OLD; so weak, exhausted. Then Oatrei isbleia KJIVC m» i>ep. Feel youucw."— H. U. Johnson, Philadelphia. OSTRKX contains writes: "U did BO much lor patients. I took It myself. Results line." Get 35c OSTREX today lor 29c, Stun JeellUB Deppler and younstr this very day. •for thai "afttr 40" letdown le iu Ivirhy all olltcr ^' Bros. Omi; Strm d driiEr stores. SEED Price Our Seed Beans at Lee Wilson Co. Wilson, Ark. SAVE4fc"vGA» __ c on 2 every of gas—Tank car to your car. (Tctraethyl Gas) .IOYNER OIL CO. U. S. Highway 61, North HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION 45-Minute Battery Recbarg^n^ General Repairing, Welding Across from Red Top Gin teola Implement Co. Osceola, Ark. Keiser Supply Co. Keiser, Ark. Idaho Grocery Co. Bassett, Ark. CKABiPSON PER WEEK A RECORD MAKING TIKE AT RECORD MAKING TERMS. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Phone 403-W-2 Phone Kir THE HEIGHT QUAtlTY .K,?, * ooo .HARPER f ^j^i^»m&^^ THANK YOU-- May I take this means of expressifig my thanks to all that voted for me. Also my sincere appreciation to those that personally supported me. To those that opposed me, I assure you I hold no ill feeling. Let'sail yet hehind our new Mayor to help him fulfill the pledges he jnade to onr city. Yours, always, for a bigger and better Blytheville. TOM A. LITTLE Here's sweet news, fellows—Just Arrived, The new Arrow and Manhattan O LTJHD I 7 7 Q BROADCLOTH—OXFORD CLOTH—GOLDEN DAWN TROPICAL WEAVE Cover Ye old back this spring- and sum- rner with shirts streamlined and tailored as never before. They're beauties loo . . . in the new Sand Tans, Air Klues and Wet Sand shades . . . shirt style and comfort you've never seen before. Come in and select several real soon. $01 " and $250 i*^ New FOULARD'S to match $1.00 50c And don't forget that new Foulard Tie to match ... in stripes, figures, dots and solids. . . latest shades. . . all in all a perfect combination for the clis- criminatinq; dresser. Matching 'Kerchiefs As Usual the Best Is Always At 322 •MAIN- 322

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