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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 13, 1940
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PACE FOUR THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE COURIER NEWS CO. H. \y. HA1NES, Publisher . J. GRAHAM SUDBURY, Editor SAMUEL P, NORRXS, Advertising Manager BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Sole National Advertising Representatives- Arkansas Dallies, Inc., New York, Chicago, Detroit, St. Louts, Dallas, Kansas City, Memphis. Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday Entered as second class matter nt (lie post- office at Blytheville, Arkansas, under ncl of Congress, October 9, 1917. Served by the United Press 'SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier In Uie City of niytheviUc, 15c per week, or C6o per month. By mall, within a radius of BO miles, $3.00 per year, $1.50 for six months, 75c for three months; by mail in postal zones two to six Inclusive, $6.50 per year; In zones seven and eight. $10.00 per year, payable In advance, Pence h a Woman's Problem, Too Chief problem before the National Conference on the Cause and Cure of War, meeting in Washington, D, C., was whether to seek an immediate peace or to wait until (he nations of Europe had exhausted themselves and weft ready for the full count. The conference is composed entirely of women, interested in bringing peace to (he world. The ladies have no desire to .sec the war go on simply because they adore watching a bloody light. If they had their way, the wav would end right now, and Hitler and Slalin would be brought by the scrulT of the neck (o sit around a (able to talk things over with other state leaders. Unfortunately, European affairs are in} longer as easy as that. The women allied with the conference are fully aware of that. If a series of appeals by President Roosevelt could liring about peace in Europe, the conference would be only too happy lo endorse such a move. There is little reason to believe that the President could produce any such result, unless conditions ' change drastically. Beyond that, there is probably another consideration. The members of the conference are not interested in- peace as a mere word or as something that goes on between wars. 1'ciice, they agree, must be permanent—or (\K permanent as anything in llii.s world can bo.' The men who sit around the peace tables must not have their tongues in tlieir cheeks, their lingers crossed. The problems thai brought about war must not be left dangling so thnt another generation 'will again feel impelled lo bear arms. And American intervention should be reserved for such a moment when it will be most, effective. At the same time, the peace conference must not be put off until hales have been beat into a white-hot fury —until the wolves are ready lo sit down for the feast. Heal peace cannot come out of such an arrangement. The ladies were not sure when (hey met in Washington which course they- should recommend. They didn't mean, "Which course do we prefer?" but rather, "Which course will be most effective?" If they had any choice, they would .stop the war at once. The attitude of the distaff port ion of our population in days when war is abroad is m i g h t y important. The twinkle of an eye, (he lilt of ;> pretty head, the toss of a curl, the curve of ;i _lip_canj>eml a peaceful man off to the OUT OTffi WAY nearest remiitini? stulion with blood in his heart. Mothers, swcclhcnrls, w i v c s — all must lake ,1 de/ijiilc .stand on the question of war. Whether they belong to peace organizations or not, they must help deckle whether this country wants peace iind what kind of peace it wants. It is not an easy decision to make. II. is nol hull' us easy as it sounds. If (he bands should ever start playing again, it will he almost impossible to decide honest lv. A Jol)—l'\>iv Applicants T|u> City of Now York has :i perfectly KOO<| §'l50fl-a-.vcar leaching job open in its .school .system—but Uiero were only Oiroo (lor.son.s on linnd prepared lo take an examination for the post. Tho job is that of leaching radio communications. New York bus plenty of people who could use a $-1500 job. Apparenlly il has only three <|tialifi«l to fry for il. The same .situation developed a couple of times before when leaching positions were available- in oilier Icclmiciil fields. The trouble is (hat people in Ihe radio coimmiuicad'ons Held haven't got the necessary credits for teaching. ( And I hose people with the academic ' preparation aren't qualified for technical mibjecls. People who lake up radio and oilier technical .subjects usually do .so Ihrough the medium of short-term courses. Those who spend more time in school shy away from technical subjects and concentrate on llic more popular Holds. How much more needs to be done in Ihe field of vocational guidance is evident whenever something like the New York situation pops up. Li IMS Horses Or. John Edmund Hasson of Hath, N. Y., still makes his daily rounds will] a horse and buggy. He says he knows it's ii bit old-fashioned, but he will continue' lo use his ancient means of transportation for two reasons; because he loves hov.sos and because "I have reached as lain of mind where I propose, for the residue of my days, in so far as possible, to follow my in- -cli Millions." If he can got away with it, the good doctor will be doing what most of us never quite have the courage to do- living his own life, all by himself, unmoved by the new automobile of the people next door or the picturesque bonnet, of the neighbor (o (he right. Perhaps it isn't strictly according lo (he code of progress; but Dr. Hasson happens to like horses, and so he's going to keep his. He doesn't t ';iro a hoot how the Joneses live. 50 THEY SAY I feel thai youth organizations imisl sland for (he same tolerance and freedom of expression and representation |h«t «- c ,,s a nalion Imvc Mood for imrtnr (lie Bill of [Jj K i,ls.~,\(rs. Eleanor Roosevelt, replying lo attack on American YoiUK Congress by G. O. !>. Nnlional chairman John Hnnillton. I can only 5ay lhal if a spltlempiit doesn't come .soon, heaven hrlp India. Brltnln and the worlrt.-Molmnclas 1C. Onndlii. in ( li ;ll , nationalist leader. SIDE GLANCES 1946 M_H£A SERWCt. l*K- : T. V. SCO. (T5. Pit. Off. TUESDAY, VKHKUAKY 13, SERIAL STORY THE CAPTAIN'S DAUGHTER BY HELEN WORDEN . 1940, NEA SERVICE. INC. „ iy lo wrlruiiie I li i! lilliOi |o »»• Y rii lli,> l, arKf . (uirun II IJIlrrlc.i co VimioCx, :i»k« (o '"'• 'k* rrfii«i'«. Varucl ,, JIolll. Tliey ,rK iidt'ii rhry Li-uU. ilrvn Ler. CHAPTER XVIII pliOPLE stared al Marie as she walked through the streets. She had left Varnel's in (cats, not so much because she had lost her job bul because she had hurt Dan. She was caught In a web she saw no way of breaking. Bul she would nol have minded so much, she lold herself, had blie been Ihe only one lo bo hurl, nut Ihe droop of. Dan's shoulders, as he slood in Varnet's, lold her he was suffering, too. This was almost more than she could bear. Blindly she walked down the West Side subway steps and boarded a southbound train. Force of habit prompted her to BO home. She Iried, vainly, to keep hack her tears. A sympathetic woman, imagining that only a death could cause Marie's grief, moved aside lo lei Ihe girl into a corner seat. , a are roe mto her fa her try vainly lo slop ihe (ears. "I am so unhappy, I don't Dow ol wntcr Into the barge. Why know what (o do. aid the valve have lo break at help me" thai moment? H had worked Mrs. La Porle vere over easily when she opened it. She Marie- as if she were a baby again. "I]hinkyou two nrc ud'cclmg each other's persomililics!" I "' know, I've lost dear ones, THIS CURIOUS WORLD By William Ferguson IN 1917, HEUUM COST ABOUT & 2., OOO PER CUBIC FOOT/ TOQAY, IT CAN BE PRODUCED ABOUT PER CUBjC ROOT T. M. REG. U. S.TAT. Or;. MOTHBALLS ARE A PRODUCT OF COA/L COPR. IJIQ BYUZA StRYICE. trjC. IMAGING) -LINES" ANSWER: No! elenial, but infernal triangles. A'EXT: From srain field lo bisci.ils in 30 minutes.. Memory Lane Joe 10 Years ,\gii Mcyevs. C8, well known tilv- Ihcvlllo cotton man, retired mcr- chiiHl. and rral csliite owner suc- Memphis cuinbccl al Ihi.s nioriiiiii;. The T. T. B C ]r.|r; Implcmeru company, located on Mnin slrect in the Muhnn buiUUng hn s been I remodeled ami will open tomorrow a.s a self-.scnc grocery and mcill l-'ivr. Years AJCI A jury of four women ami eight men began Ihcir deliberations lo- clny uprai the guilt or inn'cccncc ol Bruno Dldinrd Hnuptinann. accused ol murdering Charles A Lindbergh, Jr. Our Year i\gn J. C. Lomax anci Wilburn Douglas, two Bii; Lake fishermen, landed a 104 pound Spoonbill ul Ar- niorel L,nke a few days ai;o loo," Ihe woman said. "The first shock is the hardest." Mavic wiped her eyes. Dan might as well be dead. She would never see him again. She recalled her last glimpse of him, standing alone and bewildered in the salon. After Varnct had screamed at her that .she was fired, Marie had put on her street clothes, prepared to £'>• Before she left, she took one last look at Ihe salon. U was then that she had seen Dan, trying to nndersliind why see him, she refused lo ol yesterday, on the barge ut Poughkeepsic, were stiil with her. The kindness of her lather and mother. It was as it she had been a child again. She could not (hem, especially her lalhcr, more trouble. Bat did not like Dan and Marie doubted if she could ever win her lather's approval. Marie took off hoi- hat and rested her head against (he car v.-indow. The anxiety of the last few clays had left its. mark. Trouble had washed the color from her der her eyes. But she remained, father growing less antagonistic dlnarily lovely gir). i the car CXtra ° r - . , at her slender, blue- had caused this? , clad figure, her Heart-shaped /ace rr « . W v^. .» ivuuvr in ti IL'lllCd 1UX \VaS dud dark curls. Marie did not lookin' f or you Marie," Bobby notice Ihem. She was trying to chanted. figure whal.had prpmplcd her al- Marie lookee!' questiom'ngly at n flood the Molly. And him. "What cio you mean?" . yet she decided, as sho left (he s ere s ae subway, ,( she had it to do all guy look his picture, too over again she would probably do the same thing. An east wind whipped her skirl ,, -thinking ol yesterday. "Slop your nonsense," she said, arid climbed (lie sleps to Ihe barge. Mrs. La Porto stuck her head out at (he sound of . , a Frankly miserable the moment she at this hour' opened the valve, she had watched . e - ere a ay a could see Bat, cursing, as he Sne br °u.ght cold water for struggled lo close it eyes- Slle 1:ut lenc ' c1 ' avins ar lie had rushed below, ingly. , grabbing packing as lie went. But the damage had been dime. The Molly was half filled, wallowing along. The valve was jammed open and the barge would have lo be pumped out before the valve could be repaired. Bat had hailed ihe captain of Ihe lug and slowly the little fleet had turned, headed back to New York. This is what Marie had hoped would happen and yet, wlien it actually became a fact, her conscience rebelled. A flush of shame colored her cheeks now. She had not been irought up on a barge for noth- ng. She knew what it meant for ier father to give up— to fail to deliver his cargo. But stronger than her regret had been her mad desire to see Dan, to forget every- hing, and to try to make him forget Lynda Martin. Now, none of that mattered. She lad burned her bridges. ^^ Marie. Where's Tom"""""my?" A barge kid hailc'd her as she crossed the pier. She smiled wanly. "I don't know, Bobby." Fate Kerned to be closing in on her. Even Ihe children associated . ---- -—.%-.»_ •.'• w V.HKVI i»;iL uaauiitiiiru cheeks, deepened the shadows un- 1 her with Tommy. She saw her • THE FAMILY DOCTOR T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF Liver Extracts Supply Deficiencies In Patients With Pernicious Anemia LISTEM.WORfV/ WART, YOU SOT foun NECKTIE - SAN'WICH-- WH\T COJLD BS DUMBER. THAM A GUY THINKIM' HIS NECK.1IE IS A You / WOULD PUT THAV / MUCH HAM 1M A SAN'WICH PER WE V VsOUV-D BE PUNABER-- S VEPiV MUCH ' V. By J. K Williams OUR BOARDliNG SlniiiBc Shootiii; Incidrnl LYNN. Mass, iUI')—While watch. ing the janitor hi his home «okc a fire. Clmrlr.s o. Oaleiich wai waiinded in the- lc ;; by n 22-cnl- iber bullet. Police investigation disclosed ihat a hci wire fell from (Jic furnace and set off the bullet \vhidi «•„., ] y j, ]g llc;u . by UV I)lt. MOlilUS FlSUKgiX tillilor. .Ic.urna.1 of (he American I\T K (1 i r a I As,sr)?iation, anil <>I Hyscin, (hi- IJraUh [ For many years, pernicious sine- ia WHS considered to he invariably tal. We recognize two kinds oJ anemia—pernicious ancnim. and Ihe ordinary ancmh associated with various iiueciions diseases, 'ess of blood. The later is the V:ind that appears in bnbio.s after birth, and in young girls. Anemia in young girls, railed jrccn sichnc*" and known ,s:ien- tificslly as chlnrosfs, Ins apparently I almost rowulcicly disappeared. Recognition of Ihe fuel Hint .voting girls must take nil adequate diet, particularly a sufficient amount ol iron, has brcn hrgcly responsible for overcoming ink type of anc- mi'i. ' BY THE WAV, JAKE, tVe ^OUR, NAME OFF OUR 3IRD LIST AND PUT YOU WITH [ THE PA^INJS GUESTS, AND ' THAT MEANS *I6 PER WEEK/ ~~ VOLJR FIRST STOP AT THE-' WINDOW WILL BE. -SATURDAY -JM. MIGHT -' .^nf, with Major ilouple WAS Of-' A MIND TO __. rj A MlPTY REMEMBRANCE WHEN j K3J3 1 BLOW MEBBE A LITTLE <l ICE CUBE TO PLASM OJ YOUR) YO(J TO PULL TME. TRIG&ER OM KlMFOLKS LIKE THIS - T OMt-Y DUCKED if-J LOMG TO SALUTE. |,\J PASSINJ' TMROUGW/ COLD WAVE OF WORDS FREEZES Hl'3 ARM / vast amounts of ordinary calves' liver. Today there are preparations that can he injected into the muscles; some tliat can be injected directly into the veins. Other preparations cnu be taken into capsules or added to foods. Response is so certain that this method of treatment is invariably listed among the 10 most important Magic millets. Mind Your . Manners Test your knowledge or correct social usage by answering (he following o.iic.slions, (ht'ii checking against lli c authorilativc answers below: However. sood hyg ie,,c „„„ n j^.^.^d M i^r 1 ftr anollic'i- date? -• If a college fir! breaks her enyai;emem lo a young man whose diet with iro-.i did not seem to control tlir (ondition called pernicious anemia. The chief factor j «,,„ in ordinary a, ir ,,, i:1 Is H decreased fn m , amount of hcmoglobi,., or ml col- ,,u us T i° oring matter in The blood: in per-1 "^ " l f>''.'f "»' ' 11 trucker. With Tommy Ms anger was on the surface, i, it was far deeper. What "A fellow in a rented Tux "Ho was here this afternoon, A "Marie, what are you doing home "Oh, Mamma!" Marie broke No one can her her shoulders and lalked soulh- "Say nothing now," she begged. "Wait feel better. 11 is Ibis barge. Youi- father must move ashore. "Vou are loo grown lo slay here any longer." She cast a vindiclivc glance around tile neat cabin. "It is the one Ihing your father and I have disagreed on, When you grew up I wanted, you to have a chance like other girls." "Oh, Mamma," wailed Marie. "It isn't Ihe barge. Jl's life, -and there is nothing I can do about il. And I've lost my job!" "What's life?" Bal's big voice boomed. But he forgot his question when lie saw Marie's tears. "My baby, you're crying, and I've been planning such a nice Ihing for you. Don't worry about that job." He held up (lie soeicly page of the evening paper." "You're going lo have a party just like that." He pointed lo a slory in the first column. Mrs. La Porte gulped. "Have you lost your mindV We can't have il here on the barge." "No. • But if theese Miss Lynda Martin can have a coming-out part}', my daughter can." He -laid a finger on Lynda's picture. "Hers is Saturday night. Yours shall be also. I have il all arranged." The leak of (he barge had evidently been completely swept out of his mind by this new idea. "Where's the parly going lo be?" inquired Marie. "Kelly's dance hall." (To Be Continued) McReynolds, at /8, Won't Retire dated. In her dance? •I- n a girl knows, but has never club or sorority young man Justice James C. McReynolds, oldest member of Ihe U. S. Supreme Court and last of the Washington on his recent 18th birthday. His friends say he will not retire until aflcr next election. nlcious orcmia, she chief factor is constnni reduction in (he number of re;! blood cells. THIs condlilon WHS first .described | by a physician named Adcilson, j lo hrr " c l^ \,ariy ThouioTlihe "fur- in IS.w. Apparently there was little nish transportation cr should be? nifirar.1 advance- in our knowl- r,. Wurn saying good night after r, 11,. hr ™ U<lUi °" from . lllen »«.'danc... .should (he voting man til, KM,, when » group of inves-(tliunl; her lor asking him? ligiitors ciiljiiinnlctl Ihcir work by [ WHO! ,, ouw * , f _ showing definitely that thr disease j You arn a Bir , „,,,, y<m | iavc was duo to absence or a specific , accepted !m | n vlmtion lo a fral- stHntance. . onvaincd io liver. i crnUy party. Later, a boy veil like. Fm (In, «-ort: Doctors Minot. j belter n.ste vou for the wnie pavtv. \Vhipjilc ;>no Murphy rerrivcd the j Would yc,u~ ' ' Nor.el 1'ii/,-. Whipplc and his asso- I «,,, ^ H ,• ciiiles Inu! siutliort anemias in doss | - * cind IIKI found that n diet rich in j liver «-;is rrgul.arly followed by t inipiovrmcm of iiie atirnin wiiicb j wns rcpro^iirrd iirlilicinlly In Hie 1 cxpcrimoviiil animsl. I An hivr.titealor named Caslb 1 and his ;i.v,odatr:i di-moiistralPd j tl'.nl t;'.':mt:io'.t.s aneinii iipp. rtc ir.i when ;i iciinin substance, found in the wall o' the stomach and In (he aaslric juVe. is abse;:t. To<ifly ;\ \si(!r X'arictv of sufo- ; stances ha.s been prepared, wiiic!) ! represent the active principle that ' is mii-slng In this courtition. When I (hese .substances are put into the Tarrol l.ikrs Opera ; body, (here arc changes HI Hie COLUMBIA. 5. c! iDPi —Some . blood n'ilii ii rapid increase i» 'hr like it Jioi, imt Polly—a 22-year-old lumiljii ol nd blooil trfls up lo | pr.rret o\vijr,i i, v jj [.>" ((Yanier- normnl l clc l. [ rrefcr.s C pna miisic. 'whenever llic Al Iirat it ftas necessary to woo \ radio is tuned lo an opcrali; pro- gram. Polly picks up the ari.i like a diva. For relaxation she si^^q "Darling. I Am Gro'A ing Ok!." and "Ft Ain't Gonna Rain No More." Announcements The Courier News has been formally nnthori/ed lo announce the following candidacies for office subject to the action of the Dcmo- cralic primary in August. Mississippi County Judge ROLAND GREEN Sheriff ami Collector HALE JACKSON Treasurer ' R. I*. (BILLY) GAINES 'For Second Term) County and TrohMc Clerk T. W. POTTER 'For Second Term) lo ao with so-and-so, but| "'at you hope you will get a ; dance with him? I '!)> A.rccpi his invitation, and j bieak Hie date with the other ] boys. Miying that you fcrgol • you had a dale? j me Courier News has been an- Aiiiwcrs • ! thorized to announce the lollow- lr ' v .ing candidactes for election at the S. Y 3. Yrs. •*• He should. 5. Yrs. Best. "What, Would solution—ia) YOU Do" Municipal Election, to be "held April 2. Judge DOYLE HENDERSON (For Second Term! GEORGE W. BARHAM Cily Clerk PRANK WHITWORTH ' CHARLES SHORT JOHM FOSTER City Allnrney HOY NELSON PERCY A. WRIGHT

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