The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1936 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 3, 1936
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'. PAGE Mill ' BLYT1IBVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TIIE BLYTHEVILLB COURIER NEWS THE CODRIER NEWS CO.. PUBLISHERS o; R. BABCOCK, Editor H.'W, HA1NES. Advertising Manager Sole National Advertising Representatives: "Arkansas' Dallies, Inc., Now York, Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Dallas, Kansas city, Memphis Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday Entered us second class matter Rt the post office at Biythevllle, Arkansas, under act ot Congress, October 9, 1917. Served ov the United Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES By earner In tlio city or BlythevlUe, 16o per . t&ek, or $6.80 per year. In advance. By limit, within a. radius of 60 miles, 13.00 per year, $1.50 for six months, 75o /or threo months; by inalj In postal zones two to six, Inclusive, $5.50 per year; In zones seven and eight, $10.00 per year, payable In advance. Action Against, Accidents President Roosevelt's npi/roval oV plans for n nation-wide study of the cause ami prevention of automobile accidents certainly should he warmly welcomed'. When the t'wITic toll of :i single week-end is nearly 75 deaths in 22 states, not to mention inmimuruble injuries, surely it is high lime that • some federal action be taken. The measure which the president has approved authorizes the secretary of agriculture to make a nation-wide survey of highway tragedies and find ways to avoid these accidents, which annually claim thousands of lives and maim additional thousands. The co- opcralion of every slate, town, and city accordingly is going to he necessary. , It should he given . freely, so that a gigantic mass attack can he made on this problem. Hardly True Americans Addition of the White "Shirt Crusaders to the long list of crax.y cults springing up in the United Stales liilef. 1 . ly is hardly something for Americans to crow about. The White Shirts, who call themselves "American Fascists," demand, so it is chaigcd, the overthrow of our government by the; capture' ot' every county courthouse and state capital iu the country. Tile" \vorst part of il is, of course, thnl these alleged crusaders claim to act in the name- of sound "Americanism." That is Ihc repulsive feature to any good citizen. Here, it appears, is an organization that, like the Ulack Legion, has forgotten what' Americanism is. America has no room for terrorists. These zealots represent anything but Americanism. , ' Wholesome Change' Attorney. .General Homer Glini- mings is highly optimistic about the future of crimimil law adininistralion in Hie United States. Already he notes that'the attitude of the-American people toward crime has undergone a "wholesome change." Of course, Mr. Ciimmiugs takes pride in the accomplishments of the G-men. He is glad that they have betn able to "deal with the criminal operations of individuals and gangs OUT OUR WAY whose activities had made American justice a subject of wonder to the rest of the world." And here the attorney, general strikes a vital point. The "wholesome change" iu the public's attitude certainly can he attributed largely to this new achievement in law enforcement that the G-men have brought us. If we glorify the officer instead of the gangster, it is because justice has delivered, as we have a right lo expect it to deliver in America. No Room fn New York One hundred twenty-two New York social agencies have joined in issuing a warning to the jobless girls of the nation. It is, "Don't conic to New York!" Out-of-lown girls, without adequate funds, without definite plans, in search of employment and "fun," will likely get neither in the big city, it is pointed out! ln|itca.(|, the danger of exploitation constantly menaces the uninitiated; unprotected women who come to Hie metropolis unprepared. "Wo in New York say to girls throughout the country," the social workers declare, "that no matter what hard conditions there are al homo, they are better off to slay there"— timely advice that .shouldn't be passed up. Ethiopians will never consent to live under the heel of the iiGgre.ssor. —HiUle Selassie, exiled emperor or Ethiopia. f * , * • - Science Ims been prostituted, skill destroyed and limuiui sensitivity trampled upon by all sorts of gasbags preaching strong doctrines, and never in the history of the world lias bunkum and rubbish been foisted upon man \vith srch vigor as at the present time. —Dr. L. P. Lockhart, Nottingham, Enulnnsl. * * * The world will always go tironnd in circles, but the thing is lo eliminate as many circles as possible. — Mrs. Carrie Chapman -Call, Ccmlnlst. * • . * * * TrainiiiB's Hie bunk, I drink lots of clmin- payne, smoke and seldom go to bed. —Eleanor Holm Jarrctl, swimming champion. * * * After 100, a man Is too old lo marry. —Charles Jcannclte, Old For^e, N. Y., 90-ycar-oUI Civil War vctenui, before his bride jilted him. * * » There still arc today many Englishmen who arc so blind In their prejudices tlml they sincerely believe Britain entered the war from sheer kindness of heart, solely in order to aid her friends, the French. —Alfred Dud Cooper, British Secretary of Stnte for War. * * » No institution of our country should be ubove discussion nud criticism. —U. S. Senator William E. Borah, Idaho. * * * Disregard for religion Is evident lo those who have counted the closed churches and open road houses from 8 P. M. to 6 A. M, seven nights n week. —Hnruor Gallon, Mndlsonville, Ky., international president of Kiwnnls. * * * Rugged individualism has latterly been responsible for "ragged individuals." —Dr. James M. Matthews, Babson Institute, SIDE GLANCES By George Clark* fw>ftY'vV<''/.',v— •--.' ? Itv>*•:,'"' •» ^WttVC .:#" FK1DAY, JULY 3, 1930 Tl_ HOARDING HOUSE AM; BUSTER/MY PALy-THERi ' MAY BE A BEVY OF SQUEAKS . J YOUR CHASSIS, BUT A PRIEMD CAM OVER-PEEP ,. A FLOdk OF FAULTS, ^ IP YOU ARE POWERED BY A "BIS 16-CYUWDER HEART—I'M 'OFF CM A PICNIC, AMD THAT YOURS WILL TOP ME OFF LIKE A. MEW ,^jm -ROOF •L-fr'-P . OMA f £.^ SHAMTY/ i ^^ Witli Major Hooplc /X~//fM////i:/rs/f//7s^:--n-T r -....L KJODICE,' YOU'VE CHISELED IM OM MY MEW DUDS UMTIL1 FEEL LIKE AM ORPHAKJ . EQUIPPEP FROM A _ •RUMMAGE SALE HE MOWS HIS STUBBLE ACREAGE WITH My THE ME XT THING, HE'LL .BE MOOCHIMG v OUR TUSK • f; v,v BLITFERS/ ^ ^-i INSTEAD OF CKJST THE PASTE "I'm tired of your jealousy. All this j, r uy siiid was, 'Helo, blimdie,' and yon held up his order for 10 minutes." 7~w/s Qw/ous WORLD*?* William Ferguson By William WE .WON'T, MA-WE'LL RE CAREFUL NOT TO GET AMY SMELL OMTH ^ENCYCLOPEDIA'S MY PAD SAID, WHEN HE. A BOY a'EN LITTLE BVTTV KIDS> COULD NAME ANV FISH IM THESE WATER6 4B3LJMD HERE, FROM A PERCH TO A BULLHEAD YEAH, BUT THAT'S SILLY,TO CLUTTER. UP YOUR MIND WITH ALL THAT JUNK, WHEW IT CAM BE ' LOOKED UP SO • EASILY- NC^THAT'S NOT A PIKE-HE'S TOO PUDGY/ LET'S SEE- RCKEREL-NOPE- LET'5 SEE-HECE'S EC SUCKER, ER BLACK. BASS, ER. CARP, ER. ROCK, BA-5S, ER.TROUT- JVE HEAKD MY UNCLE MENTIOM THEM ~>r «! _«i V ^ NIC. T M tec. U S FVT C ONE: OF INDI/X'S MOST BEAUTIFUL SHRINES. WAS BUILT-TO SHELTER. EIGHT. HAIR.S FROM THE HEAD OF BUD&HA/ Ol»J«BYMASmiCE. INC v-p »r JLYDE THE?' MOOCHER: ~ WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON = Christian Churches Begin With Day of Pentecost Hy WM. E. Gll.ItOV, I). I). Ertllor of Advitncc In His !nsl words to the disciples following His Resurrection. Jesus assured tiieni of tiie onlpoiir- ing of tiie Spirit t'.ial \vonlcl come upon them as they (arricxl at Jerusalem, and tokl them thai, with this preparation, they would become witnesses o( the Gospel in Jerusalem, in Jndca, in Sumarin, and In t'ne utternicst parts of th; earth. The Day of Pentecost,, when as-suranc? was fuinilaii. usu- and wom:n ta a great Tli2 missionary journjys of Saint 1n» men Paul, that in actuality or in Paul's ; cause aEpiralton embraced practically cv- j Pentecost found its leaci-r in cry-part of the civiltzs:! workl ol Peter, wlio prcni'.icd n sermon that that lime, could not have brai so I moved to the depths of his bein" Eucccsiful 'had not Paul found al- every man at al! rsjponsivo to ths most , everywhere he went devout - - already wandered Palestinian home- Jews who had far from their land in pursuit ol tr.sir various oc- tilers, in this gal'.ier- cupations. Nor was this ally is recognized as tiie bcgiimiu; of the Christian Church in its world-wide organization and mission. Tnc duy was charactericd not only by the preparation of the disciples, bnt the world-wide mh- sion of this new religions movement had also a fitting heginninsj In the gathering of devout men assembled, as our lesson states, "from every nation under heaven." One of the amazing t'nings in the New Testament is ths record cf 1 men traveled relatively Ions j cefTctivo without'some j-roat lead- distances, in a day when travel j cr who, speahin; . ing on Pentecost, a common language that Jsws could spsak anil understand. We are told that there were others Irom various parls of lh« world, both Jews and proselytes, who spoke in fiieir own languages; hilt through some remarkable manifestation there was a common understanding. ponetrats We cannot to /S>^^ LK/O AMERICAN!-BUILT AIRPLANES WENT INTO BATTLE DURING THE. WORLD WAR.. 1'lic beautiful Shwe Dagon is located at Rangoon, in Burma, and s 370 feet high. The bell-shaped pagoda is covered with solid gold, and Ihc peak is topped with jewels and tinkling bells. Some 1,500 •mall shrines arc sntigglcd around the base, representing gifts from ether nations. mystery of this. But Ihc record is clear thai n deep sense of unity, common experience, and common Purpose pervaded the meeting. .No such .gathering is complete .or appeal of the Christ. Peter !/rought home wifri plain words t!ic responsibility of those who had sent the Master to His death. In (he spirit of repentance and penitence, they consecrated themselves to fhis crucified Lnr.1 ami .to the perpetuation of the • religion that He had witnesses in Hi? words, in His life, and In His death. . Thousands fell under the spelt of the occasion and under the power of Peter's message, and tiie great work that had begun did not end on the Day of Pentecost. "The Lord addsd to the church daily such as were being saved." Can Pentecostal conditions he rc- pio;luc=d in the modern world? Yes, v,'here the spirit of Pentecost is present, wtiere men and women are w.illing to wait in patient dis- was slow and difficult. ter after a 5]»nge bath with lukewarm water. An ice cap or an ice bag around the neck Is helpful in cases of sore throat or severe headache. ' heart and the intensity of his experience, has tiie power of rally- ciplino and "expectation, an;! ar<out of his own j equally ready to go forth wheiUhcy ' have received tiie consciousness of their call and mission. CHURCH EXCUSES = By G. w. The diet should be restricted. In the presence of severe bowel disturbance, all -food should Ire.,.,,. stopped until the physician is ini fc charge of the case. . j Mother, I have n lot more time In complaints without bowel | to plan for our Saturday night Since Sister and spend the disturbance, light materials as cereals, broths, and ground set vcd. or sieved foods may Water may he given such finely be in Club and as all the churches seem to be about through Junior have grown up. I am 'really interested summer with i i" my church and I am going, to find out, who our pastor is"and If he won't comc and sec me I'll humble myself for the children's their meetings and all the evangelists Il! "'e sone to other places a lot targe ^quantities as well as dtrat-jot our Club members arc attcnd- '"B our meetings. Of course it was like they said they could not afford to comc while the meeting eri drinks, such as orangeade and lemonade. The fever is likely to be par- ^ ticutarly high In cases of earache was going on. I hone Fever. Usual Sign of Baby's Illness, May Come From Many Causes 11V DR. MORRIS HSHBKIN Killlnr, Journal of the American Medical Association, and ol Hy- gcin, the Health Magazine Fcvcv usually Is a sign that a child is ill. A slight Increase in ieni|>eratnre. however, is not of iUrlf alarming. Many baliics and children with temperatures just above SO degrees may Ire moro dangerously ill than babies witn 103 degrees. The temperature ot the child is not as steady as that of tho growimp. and varies frequently within large limits. Baby's temperature u s n a 11 v should be taken with a large bulb thermometer made especially for lafelns temperatures by the rectum. The range in babies Is between 03 and 00.5. Fahrenheit, but not infrcqiientlv will vary between 91.5 and 100.5 degrees. To be certain of a correct read- iniT. Ihe thermometer is shaken well and left in place at least two minutes. Usually it u best to leave in the instrument for one minute longer than the time printed or. * * * There are many different causes of fevers in yomiR children. A fore throat, a cold, or a disturbance of digestion may bring about a fever, or it may indicate the onset of any of the common in- ffclious diseases, such as scarlet fever, measles, diphtheria, whooping cough, or chickenpox. As has been mentioned already, the phyflclan should he called im- medhlcly when there Is a fever. No attempt should be made to give strong cathartics or to clean out the bowels with castor oiL until one is certain of the nature of the disturbance. ' Many feverish babies feel bet- or in other conditions In which infectious material is accumulated under pressure at some point in the body. In such cases a release ol the infectious material usually brings about prompt fall in temperature. that while our It is not well to temporize, even slightly with a severe earache. Sister and Junior is away pastor will take a little interest and come to see me and help me find seme one to take than to church the very first Sunday they the are home as I feel like it "is my duty as their Mother to see that sake and go lo sec him. they know a little something about our church by the time thcv arc I-iffhlhousc Visible 21 Miles CAPETOWN (UP) South Africa's newest lighthouse, one of .the largest in the world, will be placed In operation Oct. 1. It is situated at Cape Columbine, north; of Saldanha Bay, on a stretc'a of coast which has for generations been shunned by mariners. The lighthouse has a strength of 9,500,000 candlspower and will be seen' for 24 miles. , • Any soil that will producs gooci garden crops will grow good roses. Hot Springs Nation AOE can kee 'Announcements TT.R GTiuncr Ni:fts thorized lo make nas hecn au- lonna'i announcement of the following candidates for public office, subjecl in the Democratic primary ncxl Auwist. 11: For Representative !n Congress ZAI, B. IIAFJUISON For rrosecullriK Attorney O. T. WARD BRUCE IVY DENVER L. DUDLEY For County Jndjre VIRGII. GREENE S. L. GLADIStI NEII.L UKF.U For Sheriff and Collector HALE JACKSON JOK S. DILLAHUNTY For County Treasurer ROLAND GREEN For Circuit Court Clerk HUGH CRAIG For Rc-Elcctlon for 2nd Term For County Court Clerk MISS CAREY WOODBUIIN For rc-clcetlon for second term For Stale Senator LUCIEN E COLEMAN For County Representative IVY W. CRAWPOHD For County Assessor R. L. (BILLY) OAINES Per Hc-etection to a 2nd Term For Constable, Clitcka&iwha Tomuhlp HARRY TAYLOR FRANK MCGREGOR E. M. EATON JupwitiiYOUTH Arkansas HERE'S a surprise in flora for Hotel Majestic Quests this year. 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