The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1931 · Page 4
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fA'GE FOUR (ARK.) NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 22. 1931 THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NKWS THE COURIER NEWS CO., I'UHUSHEKS C. R, BABCOCK, EdlWr H. W. HAINES, Advertising Manager Sole National Advertising Representatives: The Thomas F. Clsrk Co. Inc., Now York, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Dallas, S*n Antonio, 6au Vranclsco. Chicago, St. Louis. Published Every Al'.eruoon Except Sunday. Entered as second class matter at the iwst office, at Blythevllle, Arkansas, under set ot Congress October 0, 1917. eervcd by tne United Press SUBSCKfl'TION HATES By carrier In Hie city of Bly'.hovllle, lie per week or J6.50 per year In advance. By mail within a rncUus ot 61 miles, {3.00 per year, $1.50 lor six months, 65c lor three months; oy mall in postal zones tiro to six, Inclusive, bs.50 per year, In zones icvcu j-d eight, tlO.OO per year, payable In cririr.c*. all? Much of tliu iji'csciit con!'U:ion over prohibition nriscs from misplaced efforts to niiikc il si-cm pnvnllul wilii other regulatory measures. It is in a class l>y itself, and arises from entirely' different eomlilioiis tlian those wlit'li lie back of liiu narcotics' laws. The fact should LL> understood by both wets and drys. SIDEGLANCES By George Clark I The Corn Sugar Ruling ' Semjtary of AyriciiUnre Hyde's rul- inif"ti\al' ! tt {.s'lio JongcV iicu'essliry fo'r manufacturers of food proilucl : to indi- cstte.'on tlio laliel tli? iud tluil iliry have been sweetened witli com su;;;ir , 1]3S aroused plc-nty of protest. Secretary Hyde's assertion that corn MII.MV is now much purer ami swvett'r than it was when tik- Foo.l and Drug- nel v/as lii-st passed, ami that this mling will be a boon to agriculture, has only partially answered the complaints. An editorial in the ainx'iit iKsu ; ' of the Journal of tlic American Medical Association discusses the question from the standpoint of medical science.' It paints out that ninny of the old objections to corn sugar no lontjsr apply, because corn sugar has improved :;o greatly in the last decade; but it adds: "However, if nicli a decision should in any way undermine the ntirpo-'e of the Food and Dnurs act, if it should ui- cournge sophistication and aihiltei'it- tion of food without reasonable declaration, so that the purchaser may be suitably warned, the gain will be more than offset by the loss." This i= a timely warning. The whole purpose of the Food and Dniga act was to enable the purchaser to make sure exactly what he was buying. It is tu be hoped that this fact will not be forgotten at Washington. Protecting the Accused The fact that Irene Schradev and Glenn Uiijn:". vvl:o ar.> soon to Ijt; executed in i'eiui.-ylvania for murder, have confessed ta a West Virginia holdup and have thereby brought about the release of an iimucuit man who had been convicted of that holdi'ip and had spent over a yc-ar in prison, emphasizes am w the importance of the numerous safeguards v.'hich tliL' law throws about a person who i ; accused of-a crime. The man convicted in this case has l<;.-il H year mil of his life, and n.> onu can restore it to him. The state cannot possibly make reparation to him for his suffering, lie has been tlu> victim of mi inju-licc, and nothing whatever can he clone about it. That is why the law rightly favov.i the accused in a criminal trial, (juilly men often escape puni.-ihmcnt, as :; insult; but that is better than sending innocent men to prison. This West Virginian can testify that that ii a mis- talic which can .never be rrctilied. j eested wll!i!n the organ and be-1 -cause cf t!;e excess pressure there Is serious pain. i Excess pressure on scmltlvj tU- |sue, such as that cf t'.:e *n; I which control the sense of vision, ; causes them to break down an.l | . degenerate, wllh th: result tin; i . pressure over any : length of time must permanently i injure the nerves and cause ccm- j pletc loss of vision. I Obviously a correct ; early in tV.c- condition m3ans | great deal for t:'c saving cl cyo- : sight and even more fo: 1 ih'j control of the serious pain and j;r-:s- m^m "r -& \ m . Rss.u.s.rav.orf. QI031 OY HE.l S-ftVlCE, iNC. 11 "Oh, I'm planning {In- i fits, four L-veni.uf dre-;.s-.-'. iv>o new ctwts- are of Tie okm s)onqes aie plMis " tofe veqetaBe 2. Has. 'cue of :hi> <.;u-.u;-;'. jf English ',was bom In '< Two years aflei- .:e entered Triii- j , Ity College, Cambridge, he isEi;?;i ' I his first volume of verse. "Hour; Idleness." It vv.is liercfiy criticizea. j but instead ol discouraging r.ini. I this Inclteil to continue with his : poetry. ! Following his return frcm a .trip on the ce-mii-.c-nt. livro-.; ijin- '. lishcd the firs; part o! hi: ChiUe- Harold, wiiich :r.--( with linrns- dlate success. A lew years later :i; '.vonderflll trip; SIX sport out- P rol! uecd Don Juan, his niastsr- Alcohol and Narco.ics Wcin !•'. X. Eble, commissioner of customs for the Treasury Department, comes the- statement that "enforcement of the narcotic laws is far more important than the enforcement of prohibition." Jir. Eble made this statement before tile Senate commerce committee, which was considering a border TKiUt-l bill to unify the immigration, customs, prohibition and agricultural patrols which arc now operated along the borders by .;cpavatc divisions of the government. His comparison of the T>:.'i>liibit!on ami inveotic laws VMS. apparently, incidental; at ;;ny rate, Ii3 spoke in favor of the proposed measure. His estimate of the relative .values of the two laws may or may not be e.>r- I'Ect; but why try to compare them at Collon Ovcvpi'ctluction and Prices Cotton history for 40 years prove:; conclusively lhat Air.cilc.iu production has a consl-itent cifcct uiion price. Mr. J. R. Millur. .i.nciMl manager uf a cotton mills company a: O.il:- lai'.d. Cal., 1ms worked out a table- of prc- ductlon nnct prices tor next year, which, checked on history since 1890, seems approximately coriccl. Mr. Millar's table foUous: A 15,000,000 bale co'.Um no;) will uran f.ol over '.c cotton next season', a M.liao.OliO cvup. £c; 13.000,000, ICc: 12.000,000, 12c; ll.OOJ.OO'J 15c; 10,000,000, He; 9,000,000, 20c; 8.0CO.- OCO, Me. The ralios implied in the ttiblo mijht be clis- turbeci by extraordinary condition:;, of couv.-e. Another urcat wav, a nnt.loinxl ni^stc-i" of .so:ne khul or general business conditlou.v Ln ["'1C textile industry or oilier Industries rr.Ujht nltc-i 1 the relationship of price to production, nut tho farmer cannot make his plans to meet extraordinary conditions, nc must look ahe.i:! or. the assumption Hint economic lav/s will uou-in '.'is eiueipiiJC'S, cieurmlnlns for him succe.'-s c: 1 fuil- Whcn the farmer reduces his cotton acreage he reduces Ills proilucticn costs. Ills ccnc. v i'ii .lest his re-ductlun of acre:.;;! 1 cost him dearly In cor.seciiienec of the refur-.r.l nf his nri'jhbor.s to reduce their acreage Is ur.i'ensoni'.bie. Any farmer in the eolith who reduced acro- .150 in 1030 hns the ccaifcit ol reflcctinj; noiv. after if yea. 1 uf tremendous uvc-ipruductiui!. Ihu! he lost nnly linlf as much us tie would Imvc lost had h.3 planted twice as much cotton. Restoration of cotton to its cnco I'.ijh place a.ui of the cotton farmer to his former position of indepL'tid'-'iicti dtpv-'iul.-. uujii ncju-ir.l ve- tiuctiun ol cctlc.t uc.L'ngi 1 . h, u i;c:-^il»li- i:vcn ii'uv 'hui tht' .soutliern laniu-r t';inn'.)'. set- h ; ... way clear for 1H31? —Criinmeri-lul Appeal. ' a WASHINGTON ^LETTER • piece. j In the summer of 18/3. Byron j sailed for Greet-?. ;o r.lii \viih h!; : Influence anci mui:?y in thai cci:n- j OVieS DOG SAVES BOVS FROM TIC DRESDEN, Tenn. (UP)— Ti'.| 'ooys were attacked by a sov: her when !'ne boys tosk a ratbit fre. a t:ap—the rabbit scjuealcd >. iK>t .\meru-Li . Famdrs, Sayj C UUio Ilcmo-ins Lack of Voters llon^; In hiuioilant 1SV KtHlNTY 1JUTCHI il [ NKA S-'Vvk 1 !* (Vl-itvr | V/ASKINCTOS — Amci'lua i.cc;ls I Its old-ln:h:-.-i-.Eii poUlicul :c:c!i- i r.j'iU p.T.idi^. acooi\linj !:) ;hc I Ho'^ornbic Will It. V. : ce.d r .\ 1 •••:. -:ia Old- p;;:nl3r favorhes. to say of sucli iuiti-atlminlsiratioi T ,Vnoil, pendent Hcpublicrsna as Senator !nt;'.f5t Morris. Says U. S, Isu'L Democracy '•Ihe Uniteil States isn't a ilctn- crracy." Woorl says. "It has a re- liublicrin form of government. ,Tho WATERLOO. N. Y.. iUP>—Pat- _ _^ _ i try's strngL'le fo.- inrtep-ntlcne" • 1 ' tiil - °'•'•'''ed u > George 13 Collins | th t > oM sow. thinkins it one of ii i There he found nothing but coniu- j ls ''•. cl "B of iinkncwn breed with' | iU er, attached the bays, lluir i 'slon and contcndir.g chiefs, but ir I movic aspirations. saved them from serious injury : three months lie succeeded in evok- i Traincd b 5' Collins, he sounds the I ins some kind of order out of t'r I hom wUh ilis ' raft '' tln ' :ls CK ! '" ht , s K7 Uhacs. His hoallh hc-vcvjr t"--=r I ctf illld °"' md t;lkcs an c ' ;sy l:os j K«j nof.iinjj to fail, nnd he died troin" c'xpc'slr'e | t:c " llel! " Kl tlle vv " ee1 ' i n inao-jimd fever on April 19. 1821.- : p '^ is.«ha a general hiinayninn. Nebraska's Rivers in carrying l^ols back aiul forih : ! to 'he ^arage.and he knows the | difference- between a wrench. Exact ODDOsiteS ! llak ' of ' l!ie i 5 f" ri a l u l 3 - UUoliei> I With cool .li K E,'-RN'KY. Neb .UP)-Nob primarv system is based on ihe. k; ,. s i ar ,., s , *,.*,,„ ;, > t , >.^i old !cwr. mectln- idea, which isn't : Ono w - tts'smancst is Hi" n-i' upplicablo in this age. The conven- ; c<! , T , . ... '„.„ P1 ., t ,,>" „,'.," lion system is the practical agency I ^ n, uc " ' .beration he pa\vs out lighted ciijaret stilts and bits c£ burnins paper. i'ovie concerns have made sav- era! offers for ths do ( .;. VETEHAX JUMPERS SAVKf) MEMPHIS. '-UPJ—Sir Oliver. 30 message to a Courier Ncv." Acl Taker will be lran.> misted to 17,000 readers. Call 3CO. o! 2 republican representative cov- ; ipii^des ant,'!!, -o ': • if\'H(:l. Tr." j (;kl political ni.'C'.Ui:;:; were wcl! at- yon 1-xvc- tl. lv.; 'o mc,v.e One reason to behove the framtr.-; of il'.L* Con- Mtlullon were of Scotch descent Is that they advocated free fnccch. Icndecl. hut today if j m^vu- show next il•cu.'wd v.-ill pny (o si. : ;ind you can't &.et a tM'iMr:-.; :> lijtiard at the political :u.i'L-iiU. • "Hi Let thai if AKIOS :n:r\ A:i:iy i v. :re on Ihe raciio ioni;!-'. ••.'. sV iieiiiie Lin'.e a, Eenalov iir.rul 1 . ^': f r :;ie ether In..: gun yen t'ou'.il fi'.i'i |7> people Usteniiis to Ames an.l ! Andy for each on? llsie-nlng '.« I Borah." j Wavns of "iti'it ?Ii-r.;,-c" j Wc-cci iiivs th;r: hasn 1 : i ,cn an- i NirKjlll.v-Urj'.in <M!ir.wv.:' ! I'.r lini:!:-. llu- ":.'cl r.v I have- to lake Ihe plr.cs .-! : a t:-.:::uh!s li> p.-,p-.i:.ir i: !]-r.::;;;.:. H; ia'.:iv ;he C'::::i:n isr.-lPi.sly r.rui riitUipiilfs Hie ;\r.-.\ ub.'.ticprv.^'.is anu'ii: us ' t!:r piin.aiy nio'.ii'.ct c-f :"clf-p: chouse ckMcjatcs to a state convc-n- ti .'. v.-lio Vioulil nominate for sov-1 fir.r.r, senator and other state ol-j fices. i "Tha direct primary to chocs? I ;::,.-::UntiLil dcl;gntcs i:as proved; unv.orkitbie. Ic do'jsn't mean any-1 thin.'. Drleyaies were chcscn who -.i.:-e" s-.ipposecl to vo'.c for a sivcii c.:!i:iUiaii and alter a prrfimciory i-.r-.'e or two they voted as ti'.fy ' l:kc:i. usually jumping on the ban:l- ef ira:. .•: c.'" v:i:l \:,. d fir.-r.-. ;!• • u'Sl in • .,: 1 1 can look back to the time i .bin the people wouki "iiiv" noiiu-i-' .:'e.i rmd ekctcd a !rai-.s-A!'.r.iila | i'e-:- p-.L'ricli-nt of Ilic 'Unitcel £l. - .Ks . : il-,i-i hart hod !i:u oyportisn'.ly.. •:-. lie?. 1 not need lo acf.isj l!.;.'. of btiti? inherently ausnb: ' :-im;i:y don't lake an inlerLbi I i --T.IC. sjovcrnment lias run :,:: r-.-.iiiv and then: has btc-n ! ::'.-'.i' i-.o'itical tc\o'.\ thai cvr. . l-.i-:ly iirr^p'.s politer. CDinplr.ci-:! ..:-.<! !:'.:• average iiuiividu.il C'' i li f n will ca;ise 'ot tnii-i'f.t in public at'.iius. rcviv.il iiu sovi'.mncnt no a:teiUio:i. OUT OUR WAY \Vcn:l jil:e> !n lurk GO yc. 1 ."-; old. r. fin? S] v ' what t>ir":'.T.-s:v.'-: and '..' n ier.rt'.r-:-..iiy. I!o lock; lik-? EeiKv.rr Sinitcn Fts. li.- i-- ;:b.';it a yf,^; <•!;! df sicea'e.' '.IT. He !••: imc'.i of • :-al: C.-.11, u; V.ikis' liiU-rrst "TiKie ;ire many import.'.ni iMcc- i •:<:is whvre only '.1 to 7 pe-r cent of j i!i- vo' 1 .;- p.^.rlicina'.e in selection ; n: jho cr,:id!dr.te-. Yon can't secure | :'.r \o:e-v.i if the cl-.oit-o yocs v,.«ii'V i :-•:?;)'. i:i-r.nrai:y. ii'.n it would be fa 1 ;.- lo ;;lii vespontlbillty 0:1 Ihe -"Hcv'a'.e'i nlu'inpts have b.'ou -,:•:• bixv: o'.ir po^iilulion the lr:-3 :i.;:ntt '.'., (re sccnis to 1" in uov-, i::m:rir.. For years Indiana had (o pay | the- hv;;.'j'. prupi-riion of voter;, but but he in tiie ins', election th?. pr^P'jrtion C'lialiiiocl w'.io voted fi-'l!. Oli:- 1 . EC r.v, fvos;! j i" a'.- -. Wo iTur-rti-.'.. r\, ciire-c prop'.e , t:'.i;;j attfiuic:-. lu ' ii;:;x)sei> haviiij them y. • .-.pal: di- of tho.- u. ly \r. cV.-...l:;:- ',•'•'••' -••:•• sena- \~ •1: :. rdVL. 1 :'...;.^ A: 1 . 1 , ev ..:. uueu. \Vcoci simd;L:v> ;u '. t^.. pioj'.osal for ;i!:r!i;Ln of :•• likelv lo rcjiill in i::- r.oinliia-' tcrul coli.'BC :iiul direc; . IHT.S of rh.-.mpien mp.i.U 1 .'.:i c'.nnc-j 1:.! ilccllcti':. U would i"i;.. home-r.ip. champion- .uid other: ciiaos.' 1 he sriys. "just be Pur<TW CLOSE. T' iv-\' VJOI-F WlultO Tv-VEM BE ovi'v A DOG , PAPER S&-Z AuuTi-V VMHO <StSM vT VA/A-i SORE \TS. A - -u-\E>YS -TvAieMMV OOU.ARS RE\.VAPlO , <3O V.VATCK CLOSE, ALL TU' BOSHE iilyo Deserves Belter Care t--i ilisbcst Priee Watch WE'D uv<e '(o LIVJU A CLOSE e Parents, particularly mothers, are paying a lot of attention to children's diet these days. For it is far more economical and pleasant to keep a child well by feeding him correctly than by nursing and doctoring him back to health. Ol course the doctor should be consulted regarding what a child should eat and what he should not eat. But do you realize that the leading manufacturers of food now seek the advice and approval of the leading nutritional authorities in the country, relative to he claims they make for their products, in their advertising? . _• In other words, food advertisements are reliable sources of information regarding diet. They are based upon the results of the latest approved scientific discoveries about vitamins, minerals and roughage, in- relation to vigorous bodies, clear complexions, sound teeth and properly'regulated systems. So read thcv.o advertisements carefully. Consult your doctor about them. Very often the advertiser invites you to do this because he has asked authorities, whom your doctor respects, about those advertisements first.

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