The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1934 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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MQB 1001 ** BLTHnVILLK. (ABK.V OOUWBB NIW» THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1934 THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NBW3 COURIER NEWS CO, PUBUSHKM O. K. BABOOOC, JMttw H. W. BAINES, Ad»erttatnj Manner Ml Hattoul Aftrertisinc swpnMntathre*: Ariunta* Dalllea, Inc., New York, Chicago, OttMt, St. bwii, DtUu, Kaws C Published Every Alwraooo fcxctpt Sunday. Entered as second class matter at the post office at Bjytheville, Arkansas, under act ol congrat, October 9, 1917. Served oy the Umtea Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier In the ciiy os Kvu-.cvllle, ISa per week or $6.50 per year in advanco. Bj mall within a radius of 60 rotles, »3.00 p«r year, tlJW for al« months, SSc fcr (Kree months; by mill In postal zones two to six, Inclusive, WiO per year, in zones seven and eight, $10.00 per year, payable In advance. The Fall of a Race, An Epic in History (jive history plenty of lime, and il can create some shifts in its never- ending pageant thai will leave you. gasping. It may take thousands of years, but in the end—from the standpoint of ironic contrast—the results are worth it. There art;, for instance, those Assyrian refugees who arc about to start on a long migration from the land of their ancestors to H colony along the upper reaches of the Amazon, in Brazil, These people, a mere handful, have been living; (in what now is I lie country of lrai|. They are among the most luckless and pul-upon of modern iwoples. Last summer many of them were massacred by noiKhliorini; tribcs- men, and only action Ijy the League of Nations is saving them from com- plele, ruin. * » » Now, under league auspices, a spot has been found for Ihem in Brazil, and they. are to be moved there en masse as soon as arrangements can be finished. And all this surely is one of the strangest twists that the pageant of history ever has taken. For these people are the surviving descendants of. the Assyrians ol old— the Assyrians who made their nanie mighty in the east, who built great Nineveh, swept down like destroying angels on such folk as the Israelites, and stood for the power and glory of temporal greatness in all its splendor. » » » That was unimaginably long ago. The great city of Nineveh is a heap of sand and clay, now: the canals with which the Assyrians turned the biire plains of Asia .Minor into garden spots dried up and disappeared centuries ago; the very name of what once was the most ixwerfuS nation in the world has become covered with dust, so that it sounds unreal and very far-off when we read about it in our Bibles or our history books. And here nstonmlingly, is a fragment of that far-away time surviving in the twentieth century—H pitiable, harassed fragment, saved from complete extinction only by the League of : OUT OUR WAY Nation". Mid exiled to a far-off jungle to sUit lif? wiew! Of a 1 ! (lie strange tales of history, this one is surely among the stranfcest. —Bruce Cation. I SIDE GLANCES By George Clark An income Tax Revelation One of the mcwt ominous SIKHS about the New Deal is one that so far has gone almost unnoticed—a little disclosure made in compilation of th« most recent income tax statistics. These statistics show that whereas corporation taxes) are u|» almost 50 per cent over last year, collections from persons taxed on incomes of less than $fi,000 a year have shown an actual decrease. At the same time, taxes collected from persons earning more tliim $5,000 a year rose sharply, along with the corporation taxes. All tiiis shows a growing concentration of wealth in the hands of Die middle and upper income groups, and " decline in the position of the oroumry, middle-class citizen. It's a tendency, one would suppose, which ;i "new deal" ought 1.1 vicv; v.-Uh a good deal of concern. A Famous Fair Passes Sentimental ties between the United States and England, despite the ineffable bosh of magazine writers and af lei-dinner speakers, arc extremely strong; and one thing in which Americans arc sure to display 11 good deal of interest in the slow passage from the contemporary scene of some of old England's most ancient traditions and customs. An example is the pending abolition of the famous Slourbr'ulge Fair, at Cambridge. This fair dates back to the year 1211. In the Middle Ajjt'.s it was one of the most famous fairs in the world, bringing merchants and travelers from all over Europe. Milton mentions it in "Paradise Lost." King Henry V1I1 levied on the fair's profits, in 1539, to relieve hh own liiiiiticial stringency. Now, according to the London Sua- day Times, the fair may be abolislud. It has no practical value, and it is neglected by the general public. Another time-honored custom, left behind by the. tide of modern affairs, seems about to disappear forever. self." test Proves the Best Cure for Diseases of the Heart "Shh-h! It's not my fault. He practically invited him The Editor's Letter Box \Vanls Wllion Dtfcaltd To the editor:! Some time since you published the announcement of Clarence Wilson M a candidate for reciec- ducs at a low tigur:, so I' poor man and woman pan Join ti the «'ork; ami also, so that wUl not pile up in the treasury lo the officers to fall out abowl, This is nrst an effort at ccluc.i lion, individual education; aiui the! an oi'ganized effort to raise on standard of living, and incidental! tile standard ol living cf every ma A person killed in traffic is Jim as dead as 11 lw hart been murdered with a gun. —Tral- llc Coinmiaioucr Edward P. Donahue of Cleveland. The defect of the cinema so far has bceii its concern not with man as a thinking creature but with man as a merely active creature. —St. John Ervine. famous British critic. • » • In tint2 of peace you should prepare for keeping out of war. —Dr. Charles Warren, former assistant. U. S. attorney general. lion to the office of sheriff and collector of Mississippi county, and suggested his reelection without opposition. Now It what you say facts but you like many others feel that if. an officer makes good he should have a second term which Is right In principal as it generally costs n man quite a sum of money to make a canvis when he has opposition, but the facts in this case is different, quite different, and I w«nt the good people of Mississippi county to know the facts In this case. Some six years ago Mr. \Vllson was n candidate for sheriff and sold out. lo the winning candidate with an agreement that lie would be given a position In the. Blylhe- vllle office «hlch lw filled for four years at the outrageous and ridiculous salary of $300 per month and the poor over-burdened taxpayers had te- foot the bill with the approval ol [he county court. Now thU, with other good reasons, 1 say that Mr. Wilson should not be given n second term and some good citizen should nialce the race against him and if the people find fimt I say is true they should let \fr. Wilson go as they should. Noiv Mr. Editor. I want yo:i to publish' this and J promise to malce and substantiate oilier good reasons why I take this position. This Is only a part of what I propose to show up against this official. John B. Driver, Luxora, Ark. and woman in Mississippi county ZEPH O'BRIEN Sec. c. W. U. CABINET CLOSEUPS HO.MKR S. CUiMMtNGS Attorriev General Uie Bank of Osccola. was elected (president of Group One of the Ar- kaiifas Banters association by acclamation. She is the first woman ever to be elected to such a prcsi- i (ion BV Hit. MOKKIS FISI1KKIN liter, Journal (if (he Arr.eriian Medical Aiswblioii, arU of HyEcb, (he Health Magazine In all forms of heart disc-Ate, 51 In bed has long bcjii ad- bed us Hie important "Hem In raiment. All physicians are greed that rest is most hnpoii- it in angina pc'ctoiis and coio- nry thrombosis. sut>cquenl improvement in n ofj Amiouncomcnt was mutle (odav of [ 23 paUents. atid l]ic im-fthc- purchase, cfleclive the Ill's', of piovemeni continued during |ior-jl;isl March, of the business firm, iods of from 4 lo 9 months after •nnrne and gooi; v,-i!l of l!:c Bvr.ird they returned to their ordinary JAtstract Co., from C. J. Evrai'd by liiibU's of lit?. | E. M. Terry and Kay Worthlns- Ncvcrlhclcss. the attacks of an- j tun. gina iwctorls «ete not compl-Hely abolished in any of the pjiiims. [ They did, hov.L'VW, decrease ly in severity. In faci. many experts assert! The improvement was parllcu- iut if you are troubled with anyilnrly nollcrab-; :n those inttients those contiUSon.s you should vc- ,,iln at comphte rest until you •e able to sit up without pain. who had had the disease for only a few month*. It became Lipijni- thai compk-te n'a! in heel for BROCKTON. Mass.- I UP) — All-rt Corn A. Davis was misinformed ;is to Hip Ini? dale of her biith until 70 ycins of age. She bslicvcd her tisthcl.iy to be March 31, 16(13. the notation entered bv her pnrsnls in the family Dlble.'but records at MiMis town hull showed (ho true Seme British doctors recently I 1 -w.' to six «rebi is an important [date to UD March 30. cdcieci to test scientifically theJincaEiire in treatment of angina' csnlts of controlled rest among j |;allei)ts wllh an;;lna pjctoris. lie patients varied in age from 1 to TO yeais— II) of them men id 5 women. All these people had had an- ina [icctorls with severe pain for ome time ami hud tt'.'ii en- cavovlng to secure relief by at- endlng a medical dispensary rsj- larly, wlicre their contlitions •ere sitidiKi mid whore proscrip- ons were given to them. In most of these cases the pain j ame on following any pliy-sical i xerlion ond there were tome ' nllcnu In tt-liom any scrirlcii irong cmoiion also would induce attack. pcclorls. Moreover, ::n iisscciate f^.ci o! excecciinc imiiortaiice W:IH I h i proof that those ixiticnts who had Wall kload pressure wllii thi-'U 1 anyiiia i^jcioris showed im- (>j oveini'nt which was especially Croat. Hcst is pei'haps Llis most important of all the remedies th?.t a physician can prcscrib3, but at, the saiiii- li/jie. unfortunately, it is I he cue hardest to get" patient* to dike. \ Is C'eutt-nufiuii •-, ; BLN'OHAMTON. N. V. (UI>I — ?x Mrs. Eliba t\ Lcs celf:brut:d her ''-. IQUlh birthday by reading a news- ,,i pa|>!r. She explained that, shu £.' fads n newspaper daily "lo'kt'Pi) ," These 23 patients were taken nlo a hospital iintl nut to bed, nd absolute rest was given to hem for at least on? month, iven slight movements were pro- j libited ami they were given the' test possitle nursing attention. Diirlnu the fifth \vcck the pa- BLmiEVlLLE 10 ¥EARS AGO from the. fll« rf ihrt {'flurltr Saturday, April 12, 1934. One of Mississippi county's oldest landmarks was destroyed by .icnts. »'cc: allowed to to up for I Qve tliis \vcek wfcon the H. D. Tom- short periods ol time and. in the i linson home soiuh ol Osccola sixth weyk, tu walk i^uiel'iy about. ; burned lo Uie,ground. Today four ? cxerciso 1 ; gruel- ; trick chimneys, rising out of tally in th: seventh week. Jniais of UJtris. are all that is left The patients did not receive ; to mark the oite 01 the home. t'rcnt.- nedlcincs. ot any hind, except forjed in 1855. 'lYc burned hcme was the aniy! nitrite which is usunily | the only ante-bellum horn? remain- used lo relieve the pain of mi^im• JUE: in this p3i t uf the country, ppctoris. The observations re-'Sims years ago the burning of Sans suited hi some exceedingly inter-; SoucL palliation I'.omc took the icr Kind young." cstint; facts. Fh'.st, conijilrte rest, in bi'd icr j a month or longer led 10 i , orly othei j home near here which Iliad stood since the Civil wai 1 . j i. tliiima Cox Smith, cashier of I ANNOUNCEMENTS The Courier Nc*s has been au- lortad to announce the following « candidates for public office, subject to the Democratic primary it August: For County Jud°c ZAL I). HARRISON ' For Mfmbcr or Consrcss CLINTON L. CALDWELL For Sheriff »nd Collector CLARENCE H. WILSON For Re-election for Second Term For County Trtasnrtr JOE S. DILLAHUN'l'Y ROLAND GIIEEN Fur Circuit Court Clerk HUGH CHAIG ADDISOfl SMITH For County Court Clerk FRED FLEEMAN For Re-Eleclion for 2nd Term For Aviissor R. L. (BILLYi GAINES D. C. (IKE) HUDSON For Constable of Chickasawba Township JACK ROBERTSON "Yes, it's fn the bureau drasver other di viwer. Oh. my God, you - I Bv Williams IT SHORE SOUNDED LIKE A MACHINE / GUM. / THEM RUNGS SURE CURED YOUR FALLEN ARCHES, ICK! BUT WHUT 1 CNNT UNDERSTAND vS, WHEN NUH HIT TH 1 6ROOND IT FLATT6r4 'EM OUT A6IN. STEPPER If I'nktn of Common Laborers (To the editor:) In an cflort to support the idcu advanced by President Roosevelt, which he named "human engineering,'' ivc are attempting to or»an- tl:e common laborers of MissU- in Lur i»T-nv<r be rKl.l.l:'"Klfri.l).~iiuJliicr ol rlVt Jtn i--ii-:r.n. in ii;i\:u,n. imai-i 1hr ,«nn«f "JitanKo." lit l,r^,imr-» t-c.|rbr.-ilr'l a* :, Ijntcr :ind lu- am) Itnui ttpcn n tz jn»ivn«tuui. 1IK AI'IHM'Y. ^ .iilnl i:r,= IJ,li- UII.1-I,\<;S. Tbrrr Vork ilt-Tc-i'll rnr* i»n»* nnil tlirn »nlr Ikcir lovr for rneli ullirr m r f * Kffertlr until t'^t fnrlKT tnkr- hrr aivar on :i : cmlM 1 . Ainnnc tlir :iuf*i» 1,1 rrnl-r (. AI.KC IIAVII)<i. *»nnr» in niprry fTslrlTp f>n uintiry. Mrnntihllr millnc.. <-m,> i nrc-,1 \ ,vrVjh I I'.-iMH., I. sir .tiilirrr 1 . -"n ,,i... ', " inmnrril 1,1 rhf rlinrcr Ji^jilnvr j He ^l him. *rr» to *v<irk In nroiv (UN ilnullilr Now no O.N WITH -i in: sTonv cinro:i c! XX.XVII ; then aiii I'r.WHo foimtl Uie newspaper ana 31 dowu i'ri re.itl. It was there, m hatj said. \ Bepea^b of Eaelle. r "'d' : tml« •.•i:neareil hi Hie prlntinc Uul all iloo clear, fie read: "Society htis : lieen exiiecLliis the news for some •Utnc. Mr. Alec Davids who lias « ttoen cniisiu:; u-itli Mr. ami Miss ' l-'ield on Mr. Field's yacht—" ! Pablilo tonml lie coultl nol road in quickly. He lincl to go lack lo j the lKr.:iniiijii; nut! sin:t over n^ain. , The word? arranged Uieniiolve^ I rrnzity. Htil ;it Jeirulli lie linil *ln- Koinau's lirs. He could not do thai yet. "Oh, Cod!" He w h Is p e i e U liareltlv, alihouch tiis Gori wa= [;ir from nini. This more niih-oi]? than Uie a \vnkenltie trom he had ever known. i!ie P'.uiro. rviiL\ov par- iic did not see the an" noiinceinem ot her ciisaHi'niciii ID tlie New Yorl( newdj.'.jpcr lui: she and her father returned there find the hi^ stone to«'n IJOWSP w\-tF once more opened. There she 1 De- came acquainted ulth the new? through the Conpra(nl<itio:is of ho: friends. She? denied the innh f. to 'ate s!:m:;icr i in iho Uo ' inf; Hie I..JM. | l!o;!ll c.-.!l,'i| nflor linn lo S3y /^IN'E evening I'alililo aim •nc'.i-- iT"a'- Sl ° CPi " f: IUU '" • l!illi "- •"•" """ llp !nl1 -' sce '' At " "Coino In," (lie oilier inviicii ;[ioitai;i:. fican was slreicliecl out .it futl i Lticr. !l:"i:;'i liad uaEsod Cutta hnd since ivrouglit '.i't ir/.P" yc:ir ifi «' liaii Ir'r un;>:t'.i- ; ;i:i[ not BV WILMS THORNTON NEA Service Staff Corrrspomlcnt WASHINGTON. April 12.—The attorney-general is able to attend pretty much to the regular dulit.s ppi county. jimplicd by the title of the job. We want to set out plainly the ]Hc lias fewer extra activities than bjccts of this organization. .most cabinet members. The primary object Is to secure i He Is the chief lawyer for Undo le benefits o! Sec. 7A of N1RA. i&iin, representing him in court or This new law is called the "Mag- giving legal opinions when rcqucst- a Charta" of labor. The county Workers Union een tf.'ganlzcd by a few common borers. We arc building a con- Itution and a set of by-laws, htch «-c hope nj|| keep the ?ov- rnnicnt of this union In the hands f its members, but we wish to call our attenlio!! to ihc o!d adage FAernal vigilance Is the price of berly." Our desire is to build this union n a solid foundation .beginni:^- at he bDilom. We hope to set l-.elp length on Hie heil. H^ ailileil. ns 1'ablilo closed Ifir- aiar dnnr holiiniT dim. "Hand mo a ci-,-aret. "ill youl" I'ahliln riiuun.T^rtl abmit Hie Inircan in (lie oltl. slow \s:iy t!ui[ ' i " 0 ° 11C ° """"• wlir> " p - lr> f "" l1 !lj7e '"'" l '-' 1 ' l "» "' :l sllil ,„.,, .,,,, r , pra Ili ctiaiises. ytic wn? less certain :;,: thai even I'abliio coni;i i:i!>a?::ri' us to Uio stamlnrils she IKITI o:uo believed v.cro Itia. Slie couJii no:, with the new wisiiom she nail ru tielleve ilta[ anyone conlfJ cling ,irn! uni inr n f;iil>nn 'evcnni? "(jinunc 1 n cf^;i:Tt --" HP.TI or- ,lorcrl. Pnhli;o?-,v C him tlic (uch- ,r,e. As hcsioj,- P ,,l «-iih a li.hto.! IKS ns gor)il ns she liaij suninsriJ liai to lie. She was !e.-5 rcnn:-j uf.iriny H | niiont e^crytinnt;. In f;icr PAICJ! •lo ror linv ni, c ,,iitery ivitli which she mi:-: biirroniKlctl while ?lio llvcil Uior ilieir csfiJiic from Kielii's ramp palmy lie s.niil slow] [ic.iii Mai. unlived thai this :iian- »'~- lleaii." ncr ''ail rcluriictl. 0|||y , . -I'm leav- C cd by the president or department heads. He may appear before the Supreme Court in grave cases, and all U. S. district attorneys and marshals in Ihe various districts arc under his supervision. He is constantly consulted by tiic president and other cabinet officers as to legality of pvojwsed actions. He is chief prosecutor for Uncle Sam of violations of such laws as antl-trnst. security, patent, claims. '^Vlicre yiii t:nli "J rlnn'i ktirvtv " "\Vii:it alu'il y > i-ir rotn people in every walk ol life [tax. and customs cases n this county. But wo wan; ihs JIc directs the very efficient BH- anagement of this union tn re- reau of Invesligntlon. which Ls In tt-.c hands of working men imposed to ferret out all kinds of r,il>!uo supiiilp'1 the n:suli held H. cii[i;>e(l liciwccts III? i i ;ihn?.' :;^PtII->itK won't Ije any Icitr- as He.111 lit up. "\Ve!l. whal's [lie; you nccil In v for war lioutiler DM-.I ns':;?it then. .Tlicro'll h': no::? tlnl rnaiirr.", ,,,.,, lito !:thileil a" lie spoke. U wa?. r. I an, to dr,,,ip<!' lo a clia.r by the , , . , ijoii lie ran in? linml.i ttirnuj;]: hl= , ^ ,. .. • tliir-k. nglii linir. TI,O:I. -I'—"••••: -My uo:[. i.c 111011,11,. me f Very liniily ?!]e iK-rievcrl tl,;s "My rliMr." lie asked riden ' intii-!i [tinker nms[ I waufi Miffe: front your oMsittuicyV clon'l know how ii hurls me v I writ-.t [o make you lu^y'. " nd the sous of working men. it Is our desire to co-operate with every organization In this co'.inty. aixl to thai end we are leaving open every avenue cf approach to his union, at tte discretion of Ibe x>ard of dircclois. It is true r.e have named ^:n» classes of psop'.c wlioss app:ica- :IOTIS lor membership are MIX ;( c- tet>icd; but numbers of the •• ts may hclj) us if they believe we arc working for the coinmon sood If they snow a wllltngncfs [o'i-eip us. we can open UK doer w;rtc r lo tnem. But the life and iiicfu;iie«i of this union depends on s-orfelii.; m »n being alwiiys in control of Iis mil- cifs and government, We are sensible to the limitations of a Ubor union. We intend to be Just in our demands We •- expect w raise tlie standard o- llv- "" ms of every worker In Mis<'«> couniy. """• We have j>urpo5«ly placod the violntions of biv. All federal prisoners and their prisoners arc under his suiwrvlsion. But he Is also a member, since he New Deal, ol the Executive Council. National Emergency Council, nnrt Nalioal Emergency Administration of i-ubllc Works. The first two of these meet in- Ircnuontlv. nnd p/.ih:ibly arc not. nticli drain or, the time of Cum- mlngs.He ntso holds the inevitable Sinllltsonian Institution mciuber- fhlp. Cummings. a kindly and pntcrnal gentleman of OJ. was born in Chicago. but rose (o prominence In l-:tic:!c i«w. "Hell, kid." 1,0 t|.irs!i,.:ir,l.j •""',: fc '"^ , ,. "Krep up your Mcv.rt. t:, r nssrlc»eil. "U'lint can I iln iihoui i Hillings W.TH pi.,lnl:!y felliii? [.-; c |,| n-nnld cmoinime Inni v U-' I love life tiiyscK." i IVl.litn dcvhlcil slowly |y. An ,| 1VU |, ^, kn ,.... 1 ,, i "I h;:nw." I'abliW a,imi:te.i .-"'"I hr-av.-ly. lie rcinmlwrcd ili.n wonhi disperse Alec wearily, "I <ton't know why |- m ; Uilhns-i l.iohc:Milio a s-alwnian- . iicarin;. Sha secaicii to m.--v n; liilklns. I woaldti'l have you piv.i the .•••!:t who al»-:iif rnme ail Hir- \| CC [1]orc SC!I |[ly nfit: i!:c.-o .1: >rmi!,dr H|I—you know that, lint v ''->' fr ""i °" l::!> l 'fiy ili-.i^M pn,, t (. K(;5 on ],,.„ ()y hcr tj . lic ^ r ,..,. I'm about lia'ir-crazy will, ilili^:- if =•<•" ^"ie mi..- ilnns t'j one par- , n -,,]o her wornler il. ;i(;c r .1::. i as they aro—" lic::!.ir m.,7J. • 'Aouhln'l be '.iGlli;; ^o s.i,. "$f.- Ueau urokc Into this mum]o;;no "loll him I luvtr !i;iy c'=: s ;o municipal politics Conn. in stamfoid, He Is tall. looM-Jointcd. and long armed, and speaks slowly, deliberately, (ind only after long consideration of Just what lie wants to say. NEXT: J»mes A, Varky, pust-i paper." Beta confided. I "Did you -save the paper?" "Look licrc. kid! You'll set Q^rr !;c Ilien hi-niG so chosoy In lima Wnncn. Hir Anhrty ::::;! [!:-• they're all alike- -' .\nlvrcy h:. I n.-e« Uil'.iits.'' ( ".Vot ivlicn you feel as 1 c.a." , H-.II ilio l-,'n^lWui';in ci.ujd t.ive "Well, all right. Have your mvfl • writi-:n ;ti>:!r.:i^ :;c cavc'l to toll way aboul II bill Jusl tlie same him. I'nl/ilo ileci'lcd surely. llicy are. Look l\crc— 1 dIJn't lo tell you wliai t know, but : :o Alec atul Invo ir o^c: u-i-li. "I'll uever Uc r,l- r .c to l-.av* v. !;.u I win:." Ksielle re.i.-r.ncd "I'cr l:o|is. afur nil. i IBI--: "ol II—" Yci rc-,r.r.'.-.!.::i:, = i'.i<i'.!i,- cou'il SI! IIT i-.-c, «,th tears, si. **' rsl. 1 lliit'n vo-vrc m-'ikin' Ihoiiul.l ol t-.-.:,i a 3 lm| c ns I'll ifo It. Slay IK It'll but Ija mistake." Ht.v- persisted. "I hi'l.ble. TIiojc atnu: her spoke nil;n:r make i a Mini of letl.n' when lis cmne ui;ly of tl:c fnct tti.u K«:cllt- «".> you slop this mooning. That FleH j that somcthln' real li:i|>ortaiil Has always (jay and "icculy for any »'H ilauie's engaged lo » guy oamcJ'jup. lie soil of i.-okni th.n way.-M tna." Sl-.o ciondeil ner saMn.' Davids—" i \Vlicu 'II you l>a uack, Kid 1 .' 1 ' , hours uoiil there was liule lime * * •* ; "1 don't know." leu for Ihousiit and liio^e «)in pABLlTO sat back, eyes unbe- "Well—so loug. We'll miss you!" sroke of her laugbicr dlu nol paujf •^ lleviug. \ Pablllo weot down the stairs and to rcP.cci tliat really happy Human* "1 seen it In a New York HEWS-I out uuc!e; ths b'.ackacfS atd the are tot la ueed ol "aoj Jon nf ) iwiykliD? nre^ that tiake iba tO':C liaie." nor searchlcu ioi u. ICubau tky. He bad act ij;d, (i a u r

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