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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 13, 1934
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PAGIFWI BLTOBVimB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS KR1DAY, APRIL 13, 1934 THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS 1KB COOBDER BEW8 CO., PUBUBKHtft O. R. KABCOCK, S4KOT H. W. HAINES, AdverUiuic Uuugtr Sole National Advertising ReprtKnUUve*: Arkansas DaUies, Inc., New York, Chicago, DeUvIt, St. Louis, DtlUu, Kafws city,Memphis. PubLUted Every Afternoon except Sunday. Entered as second class matter at tlie post office at B:.vthevJUe, Arkansas, under act o[ Congreis, October a, Jan. - , Served uy :nc united Press SUBSCRIPTION UATE8 • By carrier In the Cily of BlvtlicrlUe, We per week or $6.60 per year In advance. By xn»ll within a radius of 50 miles, 13.00 per rear, $1.W fur six months, 85c Icr lljee month*; by mall In postal zones two to six, Inclusive, 16.60 per year. In zones seven and eight, $10.00 per year, payable in advance. War Lies in the Mind More Than in Arms Heavy armaments usually fti'c supposed to breed the fear and suspicion that lend to war. The accepted pacifist- view is that nations district one another when they go about, armed to the teeth, and that to demonstrate your preparedness is a sure way to set the other fellow thinking of a light. Sometimes, though, il seems as if things don't follow that formula. Recently a huge. British fleet held maneuvers in the Leeward Islands, in the West Indies. It was the mightiest fleet England ever sent across tiie Atlantic. Not since the day of Kodncy has so great a proportion of the empire's naval strength visited the edge of the Caribbean.. > • * And yet this demonstration aroused not a shadow of fear or suspicion in the United Status. No one has risen to suggest that these maneuvers me.w» that England is looking ahead to a war with the United States. Indeed, it is likely; that not one American in 50 even has known that the British tlect was on this side of the Atlantic. Of those who did know, hardly anyone has thought twice about it. • Compare that slate of affairs with what happened a year,or so ago, when the United States fleet held its maneuvers off Hawaii. The whole Japanese nation became alarmed. The stunt was looked upon as a direct menace to Japan. It was asserted widely that preparation for war with Japan was the only possible motive for such action. • % • The two cases are almost perfectly parallel, on the surface. [Jut one passed unnoticed; the other led to an I amazing amount of war talk. Why? ! Perhaps the answer is that arma- j ments do not, in themselves, cause 1 . fear and suspicion, after all. If the national interests of tsvo countries are in conflict, or seem to be, then military > demonstration will provoke uneasiness and cause irritation; if fear and - suspicion exist lo begin with, in other words, fliict i maneuvers will bring them ', out into the open. i But if they don't—if two nations know perfectly well that they are going lo live peaceably, side by side, as the United States and England know' lu-then the admirals can parade their dreadnaughU when a n d where they please, and no one will think twice about it. —Hruce Cation. I SIDE GLANCES By George Clark 1' Slow Justice The law's delays have been a scandal since the time of Shakespeare; or, for that matter, since the time of Rabelais, who had certain jibes to make about the lawyers. The latest attack upon this ancient difficulty conies from Governor Lehman of New York, in a special message to the legislature recently. Urging revision of th estate's court processes, the governor ixiinted out that in many cases it takes as long as foil)', years after a suit has been filed before it can be brought to trial. Such a delay, obviously, very often will amount to a complete denial of justice. Not all states, of course, have courts which ojKjratu as slowly as these of which Governor Lehman complains. It is safe to say, however, thai there is no stale in which the course of justice could not profitably be accelerated. It would be a good thing if other governors could follow Governor Lehman's tactics. No Change Wanted Thu.-:e jwlitical scientists who declare that the United States needs a parliamentary form of government patterned after the English model, with an administration which stands or falls by its success in the House of Representatives, might notice that if such a system were actually in effect, President Roosevelt would now be out of ollice. When the House voted Hie §2,200,000,000 soldiers' bonus bill the other day, in direct defiance of the White House program, it took a step which under a parliamentary government would have required the immediate resignation of the entire administration. Under many conditions, of course, that would be an excellent thing. Most Americans, however, will probably conclude that just now a break in the continuity of things at Washington, with the confusion and delay incident to a new national election, might easily prove an exceedingly bad thing. "Oh, I haven't time lo explain il all to you." ANNOUNCEMENTS i The Courier Ne*s lias been au-' iiorlzcd to announce the Jo!io\vin^ • E candidates for public olfice, .sub- j cct W the Democratlu primary t-xt August: I'm t'ouufy Jnd^c XAL. I). Hi'.RRISON For Mrinbcr o? Congress CMNTON L. CALDWELL fnr Sh.-rlff and C'ollfclur CLARENCE H. WILSON 'or Re-elettlon {or Second Term For County Treasurer JOE S. DILLAllUN'TV ROLAND GREEN For Circuit Court Clerk HUGH CRAIG ADDIROh SMITH For County Court Cleri FHED FLEEMAN For Re-Election for 2nd Term Tor Assissor K. f,. (BILLY; GAINES U. C. (IKE) HUDSON For Constable of Chickasawba Township JACK ROBERTSON THIS CURIOUS c WORLD* f ^} CHURCH EXCUSES By Gro. W. Well at last I tliinl: I v.-IU be | able to renoit to my Satin-day ; Night Cub Members tluit found tlie music that will help 1 all the members but those inclined ] to thinness, do thu new step I . 1 have named . e." Findin*' the: MERGED INTO ONE STATUE OF THE -'AVERAGE AMERICAN." , FO«- IF TH£ WORLD'S WEP.E LOWERED BUT THE VEAR. ROUND, ANOTHER. /C£ AGE V/OULO BE.SULT / C 1334 By ftCA 'CflV.CE. tSC. *4-fv The curious little water ou?«] builds its nest in the spray of n wiikT- iall. i.o that the mis', \vil! keep the mossy nesting material green Unbalanced Eye Muscles Require Early Attention music wlls somclhin? like finding : and fi-crli. Xol only do?s Ihe bird walk on the toltom of a stream, [lie step, just an accident. H seems , but !L atiually flies through the water. that nearly nil firi-at discoveries. come by nccklem. Soiiip of tho N[ , ;<T . ]n KT . r t0 mbu s licn of <.iui, vlut PIT reri of its energy nemlwrs have been rather imps- • . . .„ lieiH with mn but 1 iecl that I j " "••' r -™«could afford to wait until I sccur- • " UY DIE. MOKKIS FIS1IBK1N peoli:e in whom one eye may be Editor, Journal of the American far sighted and the other near Medica, AssocU,*,, and or ,,y- f^^L' ^d^^h jcia, the Health Magazine ; C y C g] assMi ui c person concerned The cnrc of the eye.s lias n<l- i uscs onc ey e al 11 time. vanccd so greatly that no cliilrt | ir ( | ler( . is a!ly (C nUeiicy here to- should be iwrmitted to go through mil . d lacl . of balnnce of the nmv lifc with crossed eyes. Tlie youns- C i c5r tii c gootl eye Is used and the er the child, the better the chance • weal - onc luc ,| S . of restoring vision satisfactorily to , whllc you c;ill fiel , a . 0]ls , 1[S i 115 , both eyes. only one eye at a time, you should Therefore, as soon as you notice |,. c;l ]j2 C (] la L really good vision tie- Ural your clilld hns crossed CJPS. i pc i lr i s on nw use of both. Thus you should consult a specialist in ' j. oll ect a proper perception of discuses of the eye who can make Epncc an(i depth" and otlier facturs a sufficiently thoroueli examina-l or v i s j on which arc lacking when lion to evaluate the case and dc- I only one eye is used. cldc on the proper treatment.' ! • . . Apparently, anatomical wc&L- Sometimes good results arc h;id esses responsible for crossed ejcs merely oy prescribing eye glassra ! re inherited, since it has teen ] «-|iic]i will lend [o hold the two ound that in nt least 50 per cent 'eyes j n propvr position for corrcc- f cases there Is a history of cross- ! t i 0]1 o f [] 1( , vision. Ic seems likely can get this all straightened CMt two members ;l;at I forbid doinj • „,. (.„„](, Hvt . on t i le slm and find ::ome good woman v.'ho I .tins step on account of improper fed is intelligent enough' to take ahg:imen; suyijesting that they Read Courier News Want Ads. m;.iu nnj d eyes somewhere in the family. Rather frequently also more than Dignlly is like a perfume: those who use it. are scarcely conscious of it. —Queen Chris- Una o! Sweden. All wealth is social woaith anct ae[>cnas upon toclety tor Us value. We .should treat vvitli scorn Ihc man who perverts social wealth lo his own use. — Joshua L. Jones, president of KKvanls Inlcriiiitional. [ n ;u more than l>5 ]ier cent of all cases can be benefited by glasses. >nc child may be affected. very occasionally a weak eye Most people have some minor 11U ucle is bcuffiittd by suitable ex- muscle out of balance in their crclse, but in tin- vast majority of eyes. Thai means that certain | cases exercises \vill no; accomplish I muscles pull Harder than other; ; anything ixrinaneni. " I he stronger overcome ihe weak j Of coiirie, the .-urjica! proccdur; ! and cause the eye to turn outward, is most certain. This doDi not i:u- • * * * prove the vision of the eye. but It ' With both eyes open, the brain does prevent the vision from be ins 1 jchli-.d the muscle can exert cn-hosi throuxh failure- to use it. I ougli extiu effort [o keep tlie eyes I bringing tlis eyes into line so that' ined up. When onc eye tinns out | both are used at one time. of line with the other, we see dou- | The oilier important [acloi- rc- e- : Intlng (o surgical optr.tilon is the In most cases of crossed eyes, i cosmetic factor. This Is far more however, the person concerned j important than it fcems to so'.inrt. does r.ot see double for the simple I children ivith crossed eyes niav l;:- reiison that he uses only one eye j conic so shy and so sensitive 10 » "me. daughter that their lives arc ruin- Thc same thins happens with'cd. TI-U.I.I-: j-u:i.i). .1 1 11 I ' 1 1 : 1. IJ. £ n ;i ••<•« rt-li t (i Ull l-INf:-:, EMIIiti-s. i-nt . Vnrli tlfl Pil I'jtTililii i "\Vli;,fr. ths tu.ltai now?" tin [Jim! Cn spile of tfce fact iliui lie's ,askcd a luue roi:rfhly. nuieiiintiiig I a roUer hc has nl! trouble?. Ima \ to iliiil the r*nson for. tho sudden ; gine having someone around wlio : change in her eyes. expects you lo be a Sir Gnlahad — "Something's always -the matter . even at breakfast:" • •• wit.i tiiC. ansueroj goijestly. : .Mnrcla returned to' her home fur i "You should know t!t*_ jjy; oo«. j ,, le nri vile=e ot'eating Irer lunch- : .-M»r. I think I was. born on e ; Don in so [ii, lnG . n-- WRS a i lulB ; dourly :!i ? lu when my star could | morc tlia] , lnrcc ye ., rs s]ace hut he seen only dimly and through aj t | e p arUlre from Cuta O n Hie • luize. I'm always B roniri5. never Fic |,| E . vn( ,| U crl]ise . M llsi c alwais .sure and never quite warm or ! stirrel . her raorc th . ln shc cnrp[) , 0 . admit and tcdny she wanted a : chance to recover her usual aloof . composure before meeting any of her aoiuainianeca. Music maile her dream ol sri "Oh. rot!" he- broke out, wearied. : "I beiiovo you enjoy the=o Russian ::ioo(ls. Someliiuos — to speal; i fvauUly. Kstolle— I've felt a cood of sympathy fur your father, mnile his Inuch tha ,_ cou]d ncvcr hc for \i.i:r. n i:,. ver y j Sometimes for weeks she "•''-• | away from any snot where she Tears brimmcri In l:cr eyes al; would hoar good music. Then her .io now far t h tinge r for it would a.ssert The trouble with most slndeiUs Is thai they luke in everything told Uicin, not cscUicllng lectures. —Prof. N. C. Hart, University ot W ?& ten i Ontiirlo. OUT OUR WAY ' '17 VJE \M£RE \ :\\! DO^KJTO \ \lf SEE T^ > CABINET CLOSEUPS JA.MKS A. FARI.KY I'oslmastcr Oenunil Bv Williams STAND UP M THERE,LIKE \~ ALADV AND A GENTLEMAN! SLOUCHING AROUND UKE THAT! THAT'S GCHN 1 TO PUT A BUNCH O' MEN OUT O' WORK , CUTTIN ICE IN WINTER' HOW'S IT WORK V <3OSH! is OUR PIFTH IIV WILLIS THOHXTCIN tnaslcr general. Farley, of the rendv but agencies tlial cro-.vtl 0:1 c:.b]t:ci| members the.'-.e days, ilespi'.i' ir.c fact lh:a he is an c.x-officin mem- | bcr of tin; Executive Council. I The permanent stall n! th.j Posccfficc Department, whicli Farley hopes to make break even under his regime, is i-tfcclivc-. and it pretty much rims itself, iiicliiiliiij hc ixjstat Mving.s and ) in- pcction department.*. The lancr is lie or.c which viiiis down olicnscs ' against the mails. Mich as robber- j cs and illegal shipments. Fariey. who affects BKOII socits i nnd tics, and yrccn ink fo: 1 his iifnatnre. Is chc cabinet ^lad-l lander, lie's only 45. lm» thr.'C rlilldrcn. and lives in -.-. bi'^ Watli- .iiglon hotel. You MM' him a', all wt.s of public pallid ings. That, and belonging 10 many or- ganialions. snch as the K. of G.. NOW <;<i n.\ WITH TIII: srnui CHAI'Tlii; X.XXVHl fjUVO years Inter the cn^.tL-oiiien; •*• of Katello [•'•olij nail Alcr Davids was announced. "I rupp^so we ml.4ht as well try it. Aloe," !;•;- tellc- had fin.illy cii!:cc?i!o;l, Alec sali! Ironically -im] '.vilh u Sliut in his eyes llin; wa-.i'.ii have told her n:uc3i hail she lieon wi?p yonri ihe aapo where tears co:nc anil sho would succumb—to be re '. ea.iiy ami crn wash away a hurl. ' | wanieii with enchanting, mls'y pif- S!i? had trife.l lo foisc; all her []irc , 3 ,i ]a i nover (a i] cd t r, brin- ciiieltieg. 1ml resolved thai as lo:i.^ as the stayed with him it was bolter In maintain *nne so:-: ol peace. Her ciiorts ; r p, IAT , nonlil , g Uirotislioul the l-.owc.vcr. not occomnlislicd : 1 . IH1 f]l( ,' hail (|]o ||( cm _ much cxcr-M to piov.iie fn or«" slantlyof I'ablito. tl.ebov who bad S a,e ihrougl, wh.cb "" faUior;,, f ,_ Sl, c had almost per could siiont h, 3 disapproval. Try- that the with them an ache of melancholy ami utircst. "'=' IJCl ' t;r SCCII1C ' J 1 ' cl , . i c! "' riil lllorl! !;ur! - ! '- 5lcilc rcr -<* Ictl - nUy wliole tiling w;is p;\st, Lhai ("nuTnr- I'ahiiLo was an impossibility ami ononph to roail il. "I »:n very cay-r : Lifc *T f ' ir from . l . lic s "T pIc . Elli " S I tl>»l ^ mlBht as well B |vc tip Ilio b- ..... ,.„.. -., |I|10SC( | I; 10 \K !„ a:e| ? , nrcll Th , 3 Inortll||& th:ot , sll sno W.-ITN erei n ioiu , (lipl mils j c _ (i ic memory ol Pabllt') Kriimeil her outc nicire. r* to try it." "Tit is ln.« Ha ic the ^-.irclcn of the convent school i , ended the i'o^ililhy o! ;uy_ slay-. jn p^.j. Thl , re s)lo „.„, ,|rc;uued i j|un|ii "'' ",'V' '".'"' ''"-fj.' 0 , C " t ";'J C ,' J •!•'.' mi - slil y " f K''" w i'>S «!' anil falling ; ^,'y ", n .!'". . c ' .' c (lr:lT ' li; ' 1 - ' : in love witli Koa-.e Hno man. of j •i-t biatnc jr.:,. Dancers ar* sin-h ; ]liar . .j;,, ,,.,„ anl] ."jv:, lg ta , lp iiy_ ! "0''. damii:- Marcia sird old Moiy. It's rnilly unfoisiv-j as jn tllc r ., ivv , alcs _ flirevcr i sharply. a= she rode liomcwar.i. e of hiia tn sluiw ;-:ich 1;isio.—I' ,. : in the small silling rooru ih'it by tiiat l>:i; ?!ic .-.-.i.i arriistniiic'il nnw to t:.^!:i; hurt. 1'rutjahty. l^r'.ollo hail decideJ. 1:0 o:ie woulil evtr nultc uuiU'rsl.ind her ^cll eiiou = !i lo sr.y the right Ihini 1 at tlio ri™!:t tin:o. Ami no i}nu!:t. as her f.itber said, she was vory ii'ein:indii]L-. "ncinand a llllle runrc "I yourr-plf." Jim Field tiad ; a-lvi-f:f| lirr a::;il;i ami n:;.Tln. "nud . less ol otlier people. Vou'll find , , .adjoined her bedroom she sellle-1 Now sbn v.;,3 sure about very . ^ ._ |cnl|s ,„ „„ „„„„ little, i.src-cwl.y was sl,o iiaccr-; ^ m]( , [M , llnchc( ; n ,„ a pellj . l;;;^^ her frit her who of a e niijtilhs v . , , • . , . , . , . ... i ! None of them were o conscquen-- sccmcit to ho cliitcliin; null de--1 , ,. _,_,._, .._ - _..... pcr.ite. blu::t Tiagers at such joys ! Mavcia nicked up a as i;-"j contd corupre!ien:l. ilrst pag-: Red Men. Elks, and a lor.5 Hit of I the r.-nili- inoru satisfactory.' clubs, iv all a part of gcnul Jim'.s! sleek hi trade. shc ;!^rl'kd. slio t>ot; in a remind livlo Jim wouldn't have i : mcli ':mt lor! au'i de.-thieil to r«n.ii:i oao. Ihc New Deal aduiiiusua!)'." jnbi., had fonari no pSei.v.irc In Her ne'.v He's too bcis;: fulitn:<: :iff -,\ con- I llmial s'.ream of pronir who su' cr.cllc.vly in his outer office, wail- j iny. For jobs. XKXT: < A. Snansnil, sec rrlary cf Ihc navy. fiiemls or m shnrln? iheir arliv yen itics. She hail only io' of l!:e (orsetfuinc?? na.xt. A headline on the ' in.irle her eyes narrow. ! "Hallicr dramatic!" she im:r' ;ir\OX'T take cvcrylhins s.i fcri-jimireil. Then she smiled, rctlcct- "^ oti?ly.'' Marcia n:M=ed Us ' ini; that here was another drcani> i-.-lle »-l;cti Hiey cue morning irii'alist who would be a match for at a niiiiioilo. liiielle s.?s look- Ustcllc Field — ibis man who !oi ins white. s:-,!!i:oil and rather '• years liatl slioul'l°rcd Ills wires ?. "It's Ti\il!y not worth Ic. ^njlt. liii'-.v. Men arc men and we Tlio headline read: "Death Ucil NKA Service Slaff WASHINGTON. Apri! Smithsonian Institution to; its Irst gi:in-chcwiny incinher when Jim Farley joined as O:K of his prerogatives on bccomhu; iiosi- iBORN THIRTV YEARS TOO ias his extra- cabinet duties nil cut oat for him In his chairmanship ol the Democratic national committee and the New York state central covnmUlcc. Hc Is field general of ths Democratic party first, and postmaster scneial second. So yo:i to count Farley out In the N>w Deal Quaker City Gourmets j Develop Rattler Appetite PHILADELPHIA iUPi—The City cf Bro'.herly Lcvc is growing fond of rattlesnake meat. A local [oxl s;oic ie;iorli • l .1e- matid Jar exccetiinc the s::pp!y" for fanned rattier Fteitks. "The public reaction IMS been very favorable to Ihe food." a atorc manager said. "We rave fcaci a liigh percentage of repeat orders, together with ntr.v ctiJtomcrs for the fcod every day." Reportedly a common food in tome parts of the \vcit. rsttl^siwkc meit !s new in this section. 115 use l:lllc can't rha^rc 1 tlie:n. \Vo can only Confession of Xorris Xoycs' \Viie . _ was con-' to lu % swc^liy unaware. Hut ; llcsurrccta Old Ca?c." nainly seeking in a. ra'.hcr fcvcr:sn [i^,, )l:; , vo always hcen an Ir.r-or-' Marcia read the word; in smaller iiad joiittifnl way. ri^iblo IdralUi just as yn:ir ninthcr ' lyiK and then Ilia long qoluwu "Eicryonc in the ro;inient 13 was. Yui: know what il did to i that [ollcn-cd. Aflcrwaril she out of sli-p bin you. Ksiclic." her lier!" hi at| over .15,110 more carefully, fr-.iiicr often said ami the cha:i: n.-telle a;rcnl to Hint. 'When shc had flushed tlio second bad lold. ¥hn was "oil,!." flic An- "I'lay l-.:nd. cxr-cct imiiiiii!; iiuil i reading she sprang up and hurrleil cHcd. A in I sill. In such .1 c.i*e the i.Ae overytbins! I'vo lol'l y,vi tb.-it , to the telermone. only thliib' lo do was to proti-mi, l"'fo:e but y..u woaldn'i listtu 10 | Kho jorked opju (lie carved door to IK) liko the others. line." .'.!mria we-nt 0:1. "Yo-i'li tiavc.ol Ihe cabinet to viciously that » So Ksltllo plnyeil a linli' 10,1,10 do I! some day. We all have to j hinge looicticii. hard, spoke tho now l:ni-.;-.ia:.:e tin! -unless w f die youn~!" I "Uamn It!" Marcia exclaimed the had learned, and scohicd her- : "1'ai hcsinnlu; in 1-oiicse- you." j Tlica she said. •'Ilhinclamlcr—" sell siur.illy tor the momeiu? ol I'.s'.e'.lc rr=-, r.nclcil. "It tint is any ' she was breathless from )mp:i hni>clefSiiC5s lhat swc-nt her when' ;all.-.faction n 501:." I tieacc ;m ,i haste by this lime. She Blie was alone or foi an instant; "Rather bitter mood you're hi hart lo repeal the number and thca tiuict. 'tc.ii.iy. IsnT il?" Marcia dra<vleri. j there was a watt that seemed like * * ' j"liui never mltiii: SOTIC day you'll j hours Instead of seconds. Marcta (tl'M going to try lo maic- yotijgiuiv up and when you do you'll i fumed about the "inconipclcoi •••happy. Alec." she, promised llic realize uoihlng is really Inicoitaci service" aa she walled, day she agreed to marry nlm. l)e , but your own comlort ami your At last she heard a cool, aril- kissed her then with a fervor too, Dank balance. Then you won't be flctally moduleted voice saying, ardett for her comfort. Alec was bluer any longer. You'll Und n I "The Hume Detective Agency." • fiewrralncd now to "stow tor wtm all rather amusing." was master." PS food. However, dates buck to tlicj 'S'lui'd bcltfcr!" he a»;uicii early Ciiiiwsc-. ' Sbe dlci D0( tlti ttal ciiner. Deti "This is Mlsa She left Wtelle »KD afterward. —Miss Marcia Tre«d»»y," sat inihr.s fatnllr MI« a od d I u f gju, s i.||i .1 mue ureath!essl>. .coiloj. .Marti* aomuu "Poor' (To I3c Cflntln«sdJ

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