The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1936 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 23, 1936
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THE^BtATHEVILIiE COUUU5U NEWS OOlmiER NEWS CO, PUBLISHERS ^ 0. R BABCOCK, Fditor H. W." HAWE3." AuYertUljt!? Manager ^6ole National AdierllsUw RspreMUUllves: Arkansas Djllli's, Ino, Now Yoik, Chicago, • Detroit, Bt Louis, Dallas. Kansas clly. Memphis published Every Atwrnoon EMMpt Sunday Entered as second d?sa matter «t the uost 'oBlcs at Jilytlicvillc, Arkansas, under act ol, October 0. 1D17 Serveu ov tno Unireu press SUBSCRIPTION RATES By corner .11 llie CHj ot Btjtheiine, 15o per w«k. or $560 per SW. tn advance. By mah, \\.ann u radius or 50 miles, $300 p« year SI 5!) tot sl\ months, 75o for Oirco months; by iVnli i" l*stal zones two to elx, Inclusive, WSO l>cr je->r, In <»">«• 6C\en and eight, «10W per >enr, pas able In advance Dictate i-s The ono Appaiont mt.uiih' of the present 1i«l»ti>iB ln Si 1 '™ 1 '"> lllal< \vhidie\ei side MM •; ni Ihe victoiv, the result will ha .1 (U'fc-iil foi S|).ii!- ish hopes of diMnouiitic gtncrniwnl If Ihu icbcllion is siiarsslul thoie will be a I'Mst" .l-milivaiv diilntoislnj), piob.iblv aecompmecl bv a iLsloia- lion of the moi.ucliv. It the noVcin- meul is successful in sup'Uf-sinjr the iipusing it v>'" h '"l i^ [ >» t!ie '" 1iKls of Iho lif.u'M'-t cxlicpiists, \\liom it lias been toueil to aim in defense against the Hu'hlist i evolution. Ficc goveinmeut, as we Know it in the United EjUilos, is dt.ul tluoiiKli- out all eastein antl houtliein l-lmojic, and in mosi ot cential Kin opt. (t ih giavc'iy thrcatcnoJ in Fi'iitei" It has nevei existed IH .^siii und Alticn and is stiiijjgling feobly loi himnul in much of Lain i Amaien Gieat JJi'iL- ain antl the Untibh I'ommiuns., tlio Scaiithnavii.n (.oiniti.cs and Iho United States aie iilmosl all that is left to popular bUi-KOv eminent 'lltu kings and the erapcioi-, Irive gone, foi the most prut, lint then places have takeii by haullbuilcd self- niiulo antociats, uilins bv gangstei methods., whose \\oul is law to a <le- gicc that thai ot Lings .seldom \\as In all fan ness il nuist be admitted thai the rise of these new dittatoi.ships lisib been laigclv the icsult of incapacity foi self-govoinnioil If there ib dinirjrei ot diL'l.itoiship in tho Unitetl State.-, it doe., not he in any fantastic notion that I'lesident Uooscvull or anyone clso maj havboi chcaina ol nuilfinif luinscU supicine No man ean'tev/c, dtttaloual jiov>ci from the people of thu United States lint • there'is ',i 'plissibihh thai the people, tluvcn to desolation bv a Mln.i tion resulting fioin theii own imvull- m"nos-> to fnlnll the ipsponsibiliticb of ciUuibhip, in.n al MHUC luluie lima suneader then libwtios That is tlic and tlto w.-nmiKj in the c\per- co oi tlio diel.iloi-ii'lden peoples of WQ Can Still Choose The he-ivy ailjllciy b.m.ijjc of ihr campaign is golf 1115, ^dl uiulei \\<>> these days and Mi A\ci.nji> Volci ii ajt to be piclty busy dodging the nns'-iles Poi one tlnijf lie li is tfot to look out for the [wi'-cmul ]iioic'clilct>—tho bullets In a i,ciibe thcv'ic llic ihiin-iliiins of tins cMinp.tik'n uai- faic, (liillmi; (lei 1 !) itiui toaviu:; :tn infection;: wountl. If llic 'voter isn't ca'r'«- i'tii, they're likely .to scl him. Hut, aside from nil this,' Ihera'n one ciicoiir-iitfinu factor — thnl .lliis is America. Mr.- Voter can take his propaganda or leave it. When the shooting is over, he can calmly clioo.'io for himself without facing the threat of force or coercion, or the obstacle of a Hillemed ballot. 1 That, after all, i.s Koiii-:*hing pretty rare in the world .totlav. Daiiniatit Suggests a Change Utith Hryan Owen, U. S. niirm;lcr • to Denniiirk, lias returned with some mighty inlerestinjr observations on the Diiiiish approach to the problems of agi'ieiilliire and industry. Denmark has solved her agricultural problem, Mrs. Owen reports, through the extensive use of farm co-operatives. At the s'ahjc time, this liltlo • iiiition has achieved notable success will) .social security legislation embracing old age pensions and protection against unemployment. "Here is certainly a laboratory (or study," she concludes. Denmark's problems are hot comparable in sine of course, to those we lace today in America, but they do leave 'ift with a pretty solid .bit of sujfgeslion as to what might be done. The Bar, the Public and I he Courts Wholesome! iHs.sfitlsfncllon wit!) political activities by members ot the Arkansas juriictury 1ms welled uy> In u formal movement that not only voices protest but, seeks remedy. It was nn extraordinary Incident :md n grave development, in Arkniisas 1 dele history wlicn the supremo court,-of. tlic slate was nmdc the subject of such a formiU movement. There lire at least two 'things Unit the course of events Hiul pi-bllc- opinion' ccciii to luive resolved into definite- and concrcle principles: A judge should nol manage the lipli'jcfll campaign of a cnmlldnte for governor. A jtuieo should not take part in any uolillcal race except his own. Arkansas may need fundamental and prr- miinent measures to safctjuiml the judiciary nusliisl politics. Ui-l in me meantime every judge, and especially .every .supreme court jmljc, slioiild Le uuicieil by ethical ptlrciplis that havo MOW Lciomu both the demand of the legal luofciMon mid populai dcm.rad , —Arkniisas -Cnzctic. If time i., not s,toic clHin»c in Ine dilvlns of coneeiled |!co]ilc, v:l,o ought nciei bo nt- lowcil behind a wheel, uu oiilrngcd public will ikmnncl tbal such hiqlmnv scumuci be dinen fiom the lo.uls —Juslicc Wlllum H Black, Bronx,'N. Y., supreme cotirt. * * * Nculrulity may keep ynn (United Stales) out cf (lie lifhthii! lines, lint it 'will not keep you out of the tankrnptey courts. You may "save your lives, but you will not save your souls, anil certainly you «-i]| not save yum-' j»n-st- mciils aucl your bank bnlnncL's. —P. K. VJ. Almy, British barrister. * * * iMcu'usrally arc conceited, which is all lislit U ihey have accomplished anything, but few '•of them have, lliey have;no'humor: of their '. own-only'n lircEonu- memory of Ilia'"b'njhl remarks of .profcsaiohal liunioaiLs. —Betty Furness, Mini actress. ' . SIDE GLANCES By George Clark "The IhitiR (liey.'i! do Is (inti (heir ;ra'dio'on real 'otitl, thiMi we'll nit and .'shout at each other all evening." THIS CURIOUS JOMN SECOND. PRESIDENT OP" THE UNIT-ED STATES, LIVED TO. SE£ HIS SON, JOHN QUINCY AOAA/iS, BECOME THE SIXTH PRESIDENT GENERATES ABOUT 64O.OOO HORSE ON EACH SQUARE OF TM E. EARTH / IF WE ODULO"HARNESS-THE SUN, NO OTHER. SOURCE OF ENERGY WOULD EE NEEDED. L.IONS- .WERE 1 TP5A1NED TO DURING THE SA n^.VS' OF THE WORUD WAR.. 7-23 John Adams and John >'J. AtUinis nre tlic oiily f.itto- and sop cv^r to kccoinc pvcsWciil of .the United stntcs. The cider Adams lived to- mere (linn one year after the inauguration of 'his son. ° Wlllinm Henry llniTison, nlntli Ki'esidciil. wji a granciradici- of Benjamin Harris, 'JSrd prcsifient. UU'I OUil WAY By WiUiams /IF I COULD, I'D SMACK YOU PQJ2. TMiS .' YOU'VE 6OT ME TRUSSED UP LIKE... BLUB- LIKE A BED IN A BANDANNA- LF' ME DOWM .' I'LL LEAEM- MY5ELF / YOU EXPECT US TO PULL YOU-USE YOUR. ARMS.' WM/ MOTHERS GET Parciils Should Not Force Younsters Bcvond Li 'of Their Tnlclllgeu(.x; liy 1)11. MOICKIS FJSIir.EIS t, Journal of Hie American Medical Atuicialicn, and of lly- • cclii, the Health Magimnc Everybody should know l:y now lhat children nre not born equal, either mentally or physically. Most of them nre the sum ol their uiiccslors. Many n parent bim- r.e!f is not as .smart as he would like his child lo be. 'The first .(Ulty of a pruvnt is lo find out tlic limit of Ihe child's intellectual capacity, ami not lo endeavor to drive the oh lid beyond that capacity. The child who cannot think welt, vcmrmljci well, or learn normally should have Ihe advantage of what science can olfer to make Ihe most out of the capacity thai it 1 Once it is discovered lhat a child Is mentally slow and dial It cannot keep uy with other children, tbe parents must deride what they arc to do a!;ou il.s education. But first llicy imiK determine by suitable examination that tlic physical condition o: the chi'd is as good as it can p:c>i- bly be made. _ t * • * Out o[ 400 (Idlnqurnt -hiuiivn studied in a mental hygiene cliu- Ic, it was found thai a eonstii- craule percentage sullrml from easily corrected pliy.virnl defects Cnc-lhiid'hnd bad lecth and Urge' adenoids and loiuils. Many of Ihe children had 1)ar . cnls who were hanrticapix-d Vjy pliysical illne«-tlic father being! unable to work and the mother being compelled lo earn the fnn-- lly living. Mar.y of them had parents who were themselves dls- iitclly neurotic. 1'iicrc is, of course, sonts relationship between dUcntc and In- So Mack tor £ov 1IUU1X ifar.i ra« t . -ruiI unrij- 'ilrt.. 'J'liuri- klir i >I-:TI-:II iii:\i)i:n or lore "( lira! Cr<-»( inct>U 1" niiirr>- liini nnJ iliu ccri-lliuny Later Hit- t-routi K oi'» -Hivlill- 1 mini;. I'cli-r ninkfii :i'»irklF«ii Jive n;id In ^t-flouslj- itijurfj. f.lnj-irr- lliK )>vln{'vu IE/L- mid iLenl^ij I'l-ttr I'l-r. JdU.V COI/K'l'.XUV, CourliiF>-' nrrUf* mid a Ahurl limy Iu(cr 1'i-liT illvs. lii-li-iia !•< inr<iriiicil slier is xult- is ; ui )IAH.\i:S, i 'so\v <io DX wi'ni Tin- CHAPTER VII JT was indeed a. closely-knit town, neither, large nov small, into which John Courtney brought Helena— and to her alarm 'she discovered that the Henderson Department Store was easily the most impressive structure .there. She was to learn that it was impressive not simply in size, i'rue, it was not as large _as Heivig's, where Helena had worked, but it was 'easily the biggest, organization of its kind in. Us half of the slale. "You can see from what I've said," Helena wrote her mother, "that I've had my hands full— "' don'' care about that," Helena whirled upon him. "Tlicv can all have the store if u, cy Wimt i( Bull don'l like the idea oTboi, bc with "It's hard t« say. I ihink we can count on one person, and lie's important to us. ' Thai's John Lassiloi 1 ." "Who's John Lassiter?" "lie's old Aaron Lassilcr's son. Aaron's president o£ the biggest hank here—the one we do business with—but lie's turned tilings over to John mostly." "Why . . . why should he be with us?" Courtney shook his head. "I don'l know, but he is. He told me he thought you ought lo have every'consideration. And 1 don't think- lie 'approves ot Ihe wide credit .'Barnes allows in the sloie." -Helena looked at the attorney. "1 .wonder," she snid slowly, "who the people are who are Helena ignored the thrust. 'Won't"you sit down?" •"Thank you, :io. I cart stale my business very briefly. , I understand Uiat you're going to meet Roger Barnes today?" "Yes-, I am." . "My advice is that you relinquish all claim (o Peter's cs I ale. No doubt Air. Barnes will be willing to make some compensation—" . . "Apparently you've discussed the matter with him?" "Aurt why nol? My people were among the founders of-'lhis lown. 1 was—a friend ot Pcler's and oi liis family. Obviously, you have. neither die background nor education to even assist in the management of the store." * s * TTELKNA smiled. "Perhaps not Ji the background, if that's necessary. But I've worked in stores foi- quite a while. I think that „„.- , JL . 0 |Jic are wno are goitmg might be a very good education!long-lime credit at tlie store? \ for llns job.' .'''" I Maybe it's our friends who would "You couldn't!" Leah returned | b .°ycott. If that's true, we can wilhpvil control, "Everyone knows' s ' aiu ' thai kind ot ;i boycott." you tricked Peter info marriage" —just so you might fall into this. 1 suppose you thought you played into greal luck when lie had the accident, f suppose—" "That's enough,' Miss Frazier!" Helena cried, facing her. "If ev- broke info a wide "You know, I believe you like a good tight." Within 20 minutes they were in Kogor Ba-.nes' office on the mezzanine floor ot tlie store. Barnes was iii-n-iid tneu, luuuts HIT. u ev- nine noor ol tlie store Barnes was cryone knows a story like that it's a cadaverous-looking' man in his only because youVc spread it. early 50s,''slartliivly unlike }\<s4 Now will 5'ou please leave?" late nephe.v. Tie made no secret The Frazier girl colored, held of llis resentment toward Helena, fast to her composure. "Yes, glad- They had talked only a few mo- Ini'l. in fairness, I'll warn you., ments when John Lassiler arrived. The banker's soii v/as n pleasant) lown you'll wreck Peter's store in , , . •* &u wu\ an my menus, ^vell telephoned and said he was com- boycott Henderson's Department ' ing over. I have to meet Peter's nd we have accounts there uncle, and a mini from the bank f now llunni »« n«° plenty ol u 'j money. You don'l know how fast She had just sealed and stamped this letter when the bull of her iiparlmonl sounded. "It must be Courtney," Helena thought with a sigh. Aloud, she said, "Coma in. please." | a tiling like that can spread in a lown such as this." She turned and left the apartment, slamming the door insolently. - When Courtney a r r i v e d he .found Helena wrapped in a cold rage had not subsided .from Annoiinccmcnts '1T,D Dvtirur rvt'iis 'm been authorized lo make formiu an nbuncement or the loliowlng can dldates for public office, subjcc to the Dcmocrallc primary Tinning from the little writing j l , hc mom " nl Le:i11 Frazjor had desk she confronted, not John j g °"n 10 F ra? . icl . R ;,i wils jllsl licrc ,, Courliiey, but Lcali Frazier. I Helena (old him. "She'wants me "Good morning, HisJ Frazier, 1 ' Helena faliercd. "I'm awfully glad yon called." io liivii the store over lo Barnes. And she says if 1 don't she'll boycott "Th's," answered Leah Frazier, "isn't precisely a call, Miss licr- rik." She smiled coldly. "It is Helena •Dei-rife," isn't it! I mean The lawyer pursed his lips. "I was afraid of something like that, there's another- hurdle, too. discovered Barnes has been ing (o the employes. He's warned them that if y9u lake over very much to her." "O)i, yes," said Helena smelly. "We used to rtr.iv/ up financial statements as part ot oar high school course." She turned to Lassiter. "1 may be wrong, but it lo mn thai, in comparison with the total annual volume, we carry a tremendous jimoimt on the books. There's a notation here that says some are 90-day accounts. Several of the "largei- accounls run six months or a ye-ir. Isn't- that rather unusual?" Roger Barnes spluttered. "Those are people whose gocel will we need." "Just so that I can 'get some idea . . ." Helena turned back to Barnes. "Is Miss Frazier one ot' those? And if she is, would you call her feprcsenlalive of this class of trade?" (To I!c Continued) .clligene'e.' There are many condi-' tions which do- not lessen intelli- fiaice, bul seem instead to sharpen Vne mind. Thus, II lias been shown that children ivlio nre especially sensitive lo various food sub- ] stances arc likely to he more alert j than nre olhcr children. . j Out of 1077 chiirdcii examined i n Ghsgow, those 'suffering from i c'nronie. rheumatism or kidney dis-' ordars were found to be just as i:i- .elllgeiit as their brothers and sisters. On the other hand, llioss suller- ns from real disorders of the lands, and with either nn excess or deficiency of internal seurelions. were found occasionally lo dep.irl from normal Intelligence lavcls. Attempts 'have been made to correlate height and Intslligencs. It | :ias baen claimed lhat children of' higher intelligence are sliglitl^ tall-' er than oWers. This claim was mads in Great Britain, where pco-' ;ilc in general are tnller than pco-| pie of some oilier races. Nobody yet has found thai tail Japanese are any smarter than Iho short ones. CHURCH EXCUSES : liy G. W. Joe says Mother has worked is a member of or just, !mw b^-.s? herself up beyond all reason, as 'Isccl, but the thing that count: sho is nov; talking atoul, as-she >s the life one lives, that the says, takina Ibc stump in an cf- teachings of Jesus clearly points fort lo convince everyone who a lite of Tollerance and Tciiiuar- «'ill come lo lieu- her Ibat Ihe , a "cc in all things, method of baplising \iscd by her' church is tbe only one lhat will be recognized when llic final judgment is at band. She says that if she can raise the money she will bay a cnr and equip it with loud speakers. Joe says that if she ciin get the car and as toon as she gets in it will have a loud speaker. I tell her that nil this Inlk and argument she arid Joe engager, in is foolish, that no one is ever changed by argument, especially if it concerns the * ie I church they belong to, but they —- are like a lot of Experiments With Rubber Roads SYDNEY, Australia <UP>— Rubber roads may succeed the necessity of rubber tires us tbe result of experiment;; now beinj; carried cut in Queensland. '.Tile rubber being used is sent from Papua, New Guinea. To date, it him j>i;oren [on costly tor licncial road use. but new ex- - . - ,vnr,-v i u .' Ihey l.psriments are nov/ bcin? made. It cnthl, tl I , !" ab0 " 1 nonlfa - "ley prove f.ucccs.fnl, rubber roads lo o (H ere, r If "I' '"^ " ! WlU " c extclldc<l lo ot " ei ' V^ lot of (Mlicicncc the chinch one of Australia. OUR BOARDING HOUSE WUh Major Hooplc August II: Fur Kciircscnliillvc In Ccngrr-SS ZAL B. HARRISON. For Prosccallnj Allurney O. T. WARD • IJRUCE IVY DENVER L. DUDLEY MARCUS FlETZ For Cnnnty Jiitlje VIHCilL GREENE S. I,. GLADISII NEILL REED For Sheriff and Collector HALE JACKSON JOE S. DILLAHUNTY For County Treasurer ROLAND GREEN For Circuit (,'ourl Clerk HUGH CRAIG For Re-Elccllon lor 2nd Tcnn For County Court Clerk MISS CAREY WOODBURN For re -election lor second lerm i For Sl;ilc Senator I.UOIEN E. COLEMAN For County Representative IVY W. CRAWFORD For County Assessor E. L. (BILLY) GAINUS t\ir lle-clcction to a 2nd Term For Cnnslablr, ChlrkasawUi Township HARRY TAYLOK FRANK MCGREGOR E. M. EATON T3UT, M'DHAR ' THE SUCCESSFUL COMPLETIOM OP MY EXPERIMENTS WILL BRIMG US STUPEMDOUS WEALTH'' YOU AMD S'OLJT^ BATTY BEE IDEA'S WMF—-THE PESKYTHIMGS ROOM HUM, A. LlcSHTMlWQ BU6 BAH/ IF YOU HAD TO MORTGAGE YOUF A> JMTELLK3EWCE, YOU COUL"DK! "RAISE "PIME TOR A, MY WORD/ • SHE LOOKS MEKJACIM6 THAT "BROOM/ WOT HER ULL YOUR HE

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