The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1947 · Page 7
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SATURDAY, MAY 3, 19-17 BIA'TUKVILLE (ARK.) COUKIUR NI3WS Americans Eating Selves to Death Better Standards of Living Increase Hazards of Living CHICAGO. May 3. (UP)—Them- of Americans arc eating >lves to (loath. Dr. Edward H. liynearson suid today. As the standard of living improves, he said, many people arc eating more and more—and getting falter and fatter. And the latter they get—the shorter their life vdll be, lie said. 'Hynearson, associate professor of medicine at the Mayo Foundation and medical consultant at the Mayo Clinic. Rochester, Minn., said obese persons are much more likely lo develop fatal ailments than Ihe skinny fellow who looks as if lie hadn't had a square meal for "Obese persons kid everyone but themselves when they claim they hardly cat n thins," he said. "There is no source of fat except food, no mutter what people say. 'Hynearson. in Chicago lo address (lie 28Mi annual meeting of the American College of Physicians, said jx'rsons who overeat expose themselves (o dhibc-les, high blood pressure, heart disease, kidney ailments, arthrities of the legs, hips or spine. Rail-bladder disease and vcricose veins. "There's never been a patient in the history of medicine who couldn't reduce, if he had Hie will power," Hynearson added. "No glandular treatment is worth a tiling and the only known medicine for obe.scity causes blindness. "A lot of women don't care how they look after they get married Jim! have children. "Quite a few ^^othem can't find anything to do 9, cat all ,|ay. "My work today is to attempt fo get obese persons lo be honest many of thorn won't admit thcv! 'Editors note: overeat, and then when you got U 5' il *'• them on a diet, they don't follow "You'll find a lot of fat people Marshall Returns Home PAGE SEVEN Kools deshv for plivi-itiro :uul for- i;cu'ulncss of publis duty. . . "In opposition I" ij'XUBi'rls ma! triniony. Lenin oV'orcil not 'fnv love' and free 'ca'iMi llais-nW but pililetarian civil maiTiittio with love. . . i.enin s'iul sexuul looseness was incompatible v.'ith Communist inni'iile. . . Leniny idra.s warn youth af.u'i'sl :i Hipp-Mil i:l- titude toward lo\v affairs. . ." Divorce, l)i'A'iuir.ii!i'il Ura.stie tiuhlciihii; of (Hvorct- priKvdinv aiTomiiaivec.l wartime .baiHUmmctil of anti-l'eJtgloti.': iaiupainns and til' postwar cem-1 paign against "bvivui.s immoial- Hy. ' '1'tie first step toward divorce is Ihe printing < : a notice In u newspaper. om> Sv/vlot woman told mo she rail lo wait 10 month;; for space v The people's Best Seller of World's Largest Publisher Costs Puzzled Parents One Dime W.U'lllNOTON. May 3. illl'l • I' 11 ' 1 dune W j|| buy 'ihe iill-llni" i>'*l seller ul II10 world's larijc.ii ' mit establishes >, V [H only the lads and sei'K to Hl'm | can a reconciliation. II reconciliation is ,|. not achiccvcd, v-l'hcr parly thru ,, mi fan lake Ihe caw lo a til;/, ic- ,'„,, •'lonal oi 1 lenilory conic, or to six he Supreme Court of an iiutono-' (|,j, minis or uniun .'.'publ': 1 . ' Tlio co.st is lili{>i —from MO I" iv.spci-tivc-ly -MIX) rubles or mor< drr.'Mdiiij; onisiiials of '| tin' linanclal poslllon of ilie j,or- j Tl son and the 'ciic'in: lances of Ihe. Mi.-h caili-ii "Inlant Can'." Ami .mblislii'd by Ihe i!«vei'iiinciil mr, ot I In-, it has 120 pane; "I l»v ne\Y parents. dL'.aj-nroi'rs, for instance, "' i*'i :• or imni.shiiu'nl to slop ili suckini;. Keep Hie baby'. 1 : Is active. l( recommends. In- I him m toys, i' b.iok, wriMcn by the' eliild- liiirean. has sold ;i.ti'lii.:tll:t-cop- i'U-e il lirst \vii.s pnultshixl and i 1S1M by (tie j;overn- 'i" ininliim office. Since Hint 'ic u has been revised and re- 'tier lo keep ubreast ut clllid Dcmocratic Influences Quickly Impress Japan I'KAHI, I1AKHOK, May I). (Ul'l- dmlial l.ouis K. UcnrifUl, icim- miider 111 ehli'f of the Pan'li' An a, red I led lien, Diniidas MacAitlnir Jay with the stuti'meiu tiiat II I'leliesellc were taken tcdiiy III) u-r cent ol the .laiianese wimid vtile to Intvc Jalnin becnme il Unlll'tl tUaU's U'irtUjry. ;;how:; st yrur VJ. H. ' n profit, brought reaslli v. however. SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING . . Foundation Slock—Direct From Ilreeder Jlecent test proved yields 3 to 5 more bushels per aero and stands up belter than ttalsoy. BlytheviSle Soybean Corp. 1HOO W. Main Phone 85C-857 v. 11 h nclhods. otlii'i- chlhlren's bureau vol- "Pifnatal Care" nice cenlsl ' YGIII- clilhl from One to 11T> cents*—are second ami on the CIPO's bestseller lls* '•ales ot I!,f91.ra» ami l.ri:KI,l. r r>, lliiyers Include lliou- A divorce decree doesii't, unman- | lee i;ctlinj; rid o[ an iinwanlrd .SIXHUSIV The eluriff-'ir for one' American corrcsprn.l.-iit, in Moscow has had lour wives. His < nr- renl wife and I lie three hn di- voUunes tell how to make '!i items us trellises and dot-.uses. They .show how lo make bu:ii in a basement and j:oi n the •I'll,. vorced are all livi'i l: ivill, inm j n p h,i ns . Ix'okstnrc aparltnenl. iiusini; .short In- Free Delivery Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Phone 2(M» 10-M Chickastiwlm On his way home after the Hig Four nieetitig in M )sc<;w, Seen tar? of Stale George C. Marshall is greeted by C'.eneral Luciir; Clay at the Teinpelhof Airdome in Birlin. (NEA liadio-Telcphoto'i Communists Steering Youth From AH Religious Doctrines W!:D [ike to laiiRli at age. It really isn't laugh more because Bet their laughing i TIc-'-e ahackf-vd. U"Med 1 diplomatic corr-sir-i'dcn 1 -, has returned to \Var,lrp^ton ter eight weeks of coverhr,' In family, value which of tove their pound- foreign ministers funny. They Moscow.) i'elation 1J5 \vome . . Lenin I'lnnhuci/ of proL;t-\i ian riu is based o,. (kep l and mll'u.;! res|c:c-t c^ in they have i early." Union Merger Discussions Move Slowly WASHINGTON. May 3. (UP) — CIO President Pliilip Murray was holding out today for the best pos'- fible offer from AFt, President William Green on merger of the two labor organizations. .The unity, talks bet\yecn top officials of the two unions went into tiie^ second day ami ; | reports that lhjU\FIj had softened its original sla«[ that the CIO would have to return to the AFL on the latter's terms. There was nothing to indicate, however, that the API. was rendy to abandon or modify its stand to the extent that it would embrace such CIO programs as political action and membership in the world federation of trade unions. There W.IK some doubt tliat i fully rounded AFL merger proposal would he produced today. Some sources believed the meetings would be recessed to permit the commit- tccmen to confer with other officials of tiicir organizations on concrete steps for merger. Murray. Waller p. P-utlicr, president of the Auto Workers and their CIO Committee colleagues showed no eager disposition lo abandon the CIO program which tlicy have developed in the past II years. They were understood to hY - c made'it clear that they feel joint cooperative action on legislation 'flirt other common problems Is a •pp'cesCTry preliminary to eventual merger. , The two sides devolcd five hours yesterday to explaining their posi- tions.,#^Jreen and Murray announced tWi their groups were united in opposition to union-restricting bills in Congress. The conference tailed, however, lo adopt any program that garo a wonting. Baruch Opposes Tax Cut WASHINGTON, May 3. (UP) — liernai'rt M. Baruch came out today asainst any cut in income taxes strengthen the nation's position now. He said i:se of any budget surplus for debt retirement would strengthen (he nation's position bolh at home and abroad. BY K. II. SilACKE'CiKI) I United I'rcss Staff ('.irr. s|>'>nc'irnt | WASHINGTON. May 3.—"Reli- Rion ... is tile opium ol '.he people." Those words of Karl M.trx are chisled in red sandstone 01: the wall of the Leni.i museum on Red Square. While hundreds oS Musetm'.cr, partake of the "o.mnn' each Sunday at Greek Ov 1 ; iedo\ church services, their r\u:nberj are comparatively small. Tlrj largest; turn-out is on Easter aiil Chnst- mas. Twenty-five years of anti- re! ligious propaganda in U"<e Soviet Union has done its _\yorit amor,;; he younger jjcp.ei.Uio.i."~ The Soviet govi:'-"i:Lenl abandoned its frontal alfar'c n; icli- during the w;u' and allowed restricted !e"p,:nin:j oi" churches under stale .sup^'visirtn. Communisni <lo,- r > not, preach esthetic rcimncia'Jnii r;f iou • it does 'not ei'usli g:adnes.i arid vigor which love l>ri:::;s \viili il. But our morality cQiidemi.s ijnr- 1 Hardware Mutual > Insurance Company [ of Minnesota 1 I.ari;e Dividend Savings | how Net Cost Piclectitm l For Service • W. L TAMKE i 10S 1C. Davis SI., I'. O. Iln.v .<:tl J rimiie.2187 , VHIyUVvillc, Ai'h. upen ing Bob & Jim Service 119 E. Main Exclusive dealers in SKELLY GASOLINE and MOTOR OIL * Washing * Greasing * Tire Repair Complete Line Tires, Batteries & Accessories Owned and Operated by Bob Berry man - Jim ASloin Phone 298 for Road Service We Solicit Your Palronago Conimimist proj;:'.i:i!.irjr. now i.% aimed at youngsters in an <ilnl to lead them uway from nv'igjon.s doctrine. .Church iMarriav.o 'ri-rmJUc'l' inia^cs in cinuvlus :ue >,tiu permitted, but lo !;•_• rocosniiicd as legal there iniu-, I'.'so i>e a civil ceremony and rei;ist,at;oii. Communist pai'.y l<-eafiers rn- eourage large fa iu]ir:.s. Kut occasionally they w-i'it; ;i caiiij.uiyn agai:ist tccn-agc inririi'lges. Divorce used ia be IMS'/. TN'OW the govermnenl discuiir!:M'.\; it and makes it diflic'ill. for LI i:ia:i and wife to separate K^.tlly. Current So vie'!, piu;l!C'::tin:u: quote T^enin at. leujih 10 |)io\ i t: he opposed "free l?'vc" Young Soviets arc lold: "Lenin ojiposed bmr,eois picj- ATTENTION FARMERS You Can Now Get 100% Coverage On Your Crops Against Hail Storms! Tli IK iniiy ho a yeivr of heavy hail storms. We represent I ho largest nnd oldest Hail' Storm Insurance Company and with the hijTho.st rating. Special rfiprescntatlvc will be in BIylheville and vi- uinity for a limited lime to take applications. Cal!, write or phone NOW for particulars — No obligation! UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY I Mump 510 A. F. DIKTRICH. BlanaRer Over (iiinrd's Jewelry S'.orc "Hverythinyr In Insurance" AAAA CERTIFIED BABY CHICKS A complete line of poultry feed. Buttery fed fryers— buy them on foot. POULTRY WANTKI): I l,un or truck load. Open til 9 .Saturday evening, 8 to 10 a. m. Sundays Plenty of Parking Space LEWIS POULTRY I'houc 049 '11'.) East Main St. Dr. Jack Webb Physician & Surgeon Announces the Opening of His Office Lynch Building Dlythevilk, Ark. For the General I'rncticc of Medicine Office Phone 2131 Residence 2635 ADVERTISING helping you \ NOTICE TQ THE PUBL All debtors to the e.sttilc of Dr. C. C. Stevens puy tiicir accotntts nt lltibhnrd Furniture Com . . . liooks will be hold open there until all acc are cleared. Please jwy pfoniptly, as we would to .settle eslale «s soon as possible. Mrs. C. C. Stevens The Pay-off is your Pay Envelope • Plaster • Stucco • Concrete Phone 3998 :*: -*| Save 50% Chopping Expense > >; > >; v >• >: £ I'liinl Chemically DcUntcd, Fiu/.-Frce COTTON SKEi) t x >: >: Save Money — G (o 10 Lbs. per Acre. Anv corn, pea or> >: " : « L >; bean planter will plan! these smooth, slick cnUon seed, i >i C'^-. be plowed 5 to 6 days after planting. !j UOWDEN 4tB — STONEVILLE 2C — ]) . For Sale By BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN coi 11 Phones 856-857 Co'-*'**--*--*-'*"*"*"*"*' *-'*"^ What One Worker Says: MACHINIST—I'll say advertising helps mo: Wo make iyjrcwritcrs. I get paid because my outfit—and thousands of oilier companies wo sell lo—can sell their products or services at a profit. They do this mainly through advertising —modern mass-selling oper.ition without which we'd really he in a fix. Advertising, by selling goods, protects my job. * * * Perhaps You've Never Seen U Put.This Simply Before DVERTISING lias been defined aa "salesmanship in print—or on the nir waves." Tlio more advertising sells, the more goods are needed to fill that demand; The more goods needed, the ino'.«incti and women are needed at the factory that makes those goods—yes, and on the farms and mines and mills thai, mnke the, raw materials needed to make the product. In addition, more men and women are needed by tlio railway and trucking companies that ship the goods, and by tho stores that sell it; Advertising, by selling goods, starts a nover-ending chain that leads to more jobs, better jobs, greater personal security;' ^ So when you hear or read advertising—remember, it's helping you by making your job, your home, your income, far more secure! Gravel Available in Yard or Carload Lots --DELIVERED- Phone 721 J'A'ti! I. Brings you boiler goods for less monoy; 2. Makes shopping more pleasant and easier; 3i Hai g ivcn us lho wor!d , s highos , s)cmdard of living; BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS "For Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Cold Storage tor Furs and Woolens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 •The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ T.« B«r« .f PETROLEUM Dependable Service PRODUCTS RB *t CbwiT

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