The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1933 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 21, 1933
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PAOB H Mi FOUB BLYTHgVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THE BLYTHEVILLE COVWER NEWS ' "THE COORIKR NEWS CO., PUBL1S1JIK8 0. R. BABCOOK. Editor H. W. HAINBS, AdvtrlltlDg M&nagcr 8o.Ic National Adverting Representatives: Arkansas Dallies, Inc., flew York, Chicago, DrtrW, St. Louis, Dallas, Kansas city, Little Bock. Published Every Afternoon Excel* Sunday. BUered as second class matter BI • lie post office at BlythevHIe, Arkansas, under act of Congress Oc- r.«- lober 9. 1917. Served by the Unlt«4 Press. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier in the City ot plyUwUlc. 15c per week or $6.50 per year In advance. By mall within a radius of SO mllei, 13.00 per year, $1.50 lor six monlltf, 86c lor three months; by nmll In postal zones two to six, Incisive, J6.50 per year, in zones seven nnd tight, $10.00 per year, payable in advance. A Challenge io Labor and Industry In ;i time like Llic prwril Ulu l««'- ixon is fairly cluttered up with KIKIIS and portents. Noun of thesu is much more fignitieuut lliitn llie sudden epidemic of strikes — an epidemic, that lias broken out in the last nionUi or so anil that is giving thc federal doctors one of tiiu busiest sr:iisons they will ever have. Whatever ols<> these strikos may mean, they at least wove tbiit industry is no longer stagnant. They didn't put in an appearance during those dull months when we were at tlie bottom of the depression. They're coming now for a number of reasons, but chiefly things are picking up, Men don't strike \vhcn the plant is closed down for lack of orders. And the strikes present—to a nation which already has a century's supply of problems to settle in u few months— a new problem; one that carries a double-barreled diallunsic, opt- barrel for industry and I lie other for labor. :' • * * * It is a challongis that must be ivwl in the light, of the NHA program. The National Labor Board's mli'JK. which emphasizes the fuel that the law guaranteeing ;he right of collective bargaining means exactly what it .says, is part of the background' for these .strikes, nntl it conditions their ni^ni- ficancc. Fivft of nil, tiic problem challenges thc directors of iwlustrv. I", is a test of their spirit of fairness, of their willingness to cn-npcruli* in the tremendous experiment • of the ' new dt»l. l.ahov lias gained a Kraal Victory in tlic industrial Recovery Act; the industrialist who seeks reprisals ami wants to "put labor- in its. place" is piling up trouble, not .only for himself but for the entire country. > * 4 Secondly, thc problem challenges labor itself. U puts upon lahor the necessity of ucveiopiii'/ sonic broad- gauge statesmen. It calls on labor to take the long view of things, lo exercise patience in places where patience conies hard, to xet rid of Die racketeer and the self-seeker. Both of those challiM't'is must be met. Thc present outhronk of strikes could, if unchtvked, lead to a catastrophic situation. It can, if the leaders of the contending 1 forces meet the test with intelligence and patriotism, lie the forerunner of a new era in American industrial history, an era in which both sides can prolil as n.'.ver before. —Hrncc Ciitton. Intervsnlion is more than a little solid sense in the suggestion Maj. tlen. Smedley Uutlur made I lie other day about United States intervention in such Lalin-Amorinin countries as Cuba. If, says Ccn. Butler, it becomes neecssiiry to intervene to preserve law and order and protect the lives and properly of foreigners, in Cuba or elsewhere, Ihe United States might profitably invite several Central and South American powers to join in the expedition by contributing warships and men of their own. If the intervention were really justified, and were not jnsl . (i collection trip for U'all Street bunkers, these powers might well be glad to join, lAirthermore, if the United Slates intervened only when other American republics were so convinced, that intervention was necessary that they were willing to lake purl in the action, it is a safe bet llml intervention would be a much less common occurrence than it has been in the pasl. SIDE GLANCES By George Clark A Haven Koprosuntativi; Saimiu! Divkstuin uf Now York urges Hint Hit; jfuvcvnmcnl reliix iU inimiitruUou rules so as to permit the entry into this country of fugitives who have been driven from Germany and ulhur Knropuan countries liy religions or politic;!! persci-n- tion. v H is : i>robiiljli! thai, this could bo done without in any way nlierinp UK fnndiinientals .if our immigrntiiin restriction |K)licy. Wu would not liavo to lut down the burs tind permit thu flootl-tule of immigrants to sweep over us us it (lid in the old days. America tis-jd to IJL- proud of the fact that oppressed people uf oilier lands looked toward it as :> haven. BLYTHEVILLE 10 YEARS AGO Ok* ot l Dally Covkr Friday, Sept. 21, 1023. Secretary Brooks of the Chamber of Commerce, with County En- (Inecr Wilson, arc spending today In the vicinity of Horneiorille, eding uj> work on tlmt road which Ls to connect Qlythevllh with the Little River section. Actual work in cutting, uratling and dragging the road Is coming alons nicely. O. O. Caudill is electing two more cotton offices noith of llie one he recently buili on North Railroad Direct, netu- Ihe alley in the rear ot the old Orccnlee residence. He refused SM) per nionth for the lirst one. - THIS CURIOUS WORLD NSTRUMENT, AT THE MOUNT WILSON OBSERVATORY IM SOUTHERN Kd Hardln was painfully Injured Thursday afternoon while playing football at tlic high school when he received a severe blow in ihe j face. It was found thai Ihe bone I directly below the eye was frac- I tured. ' i FREQUENTLY TR1CKEO HIMSELF INTO WRtriNe, &/ H AVING AM ATTENDANT TAKE AWAY ALL HIS CLOTHES WITH IN5TRUC TONS NOT TO RETURN THEM UNTIL SEVERAL HOURS LATER' THIS KEPT HIM FRO* 6ECOWM& IMPATIENT TO LEAME HIS \M3KK.' CRURGH EXCUSES By Ceo. W. Butun "What an awful pluce to run out of gas. We'll be stuck here for an hour." Common Goiter Uusually Due to Lack of Iodine in Food HV DR. MOHIUS I 1SHBK1N Kdlttir, Journal nf the American Mcdlral Association, and of Hy- {cln, Ihe Hcallh Maxazine To most people a goiter Is slm- ply an enlargement or swelling .suite of South Carolina is known as the "lorlinc Stale" because it probably has llie greatest amount of Iodine in Us soil. If the gland becomes iniicli enlarged due lo a deficiency of Icrline the thyroid glimrt causing o >!'•?•?.• \ '"id the enlargement is permanent. ing appearance in tlic This gland is composed of there b>" no way to control it, ex- cepl lo remove the excessive tls- SOWWrJ parl.s connected by ti short bridge-i sues. The chief reason for the op- of tissue wlilch passes over UK eration is llie removal of (he un- wlndplpc. There was jjcrlmps .1 sightly mass and the prevention of time in the development, of man j pressure on the nerves, blood vcs- when the gland used to pour Us w- scls and other tissues of the throat, crcllon directly into tile an:i | Ihe digestive tracl. but tl ts now j known'as a pland of internal sc- ' crcllon since the material that il; develops is poured dlicclly inlo the blootl. When the (hyrold gland is normal, it Is not vtsibie. There is no bulging of the skin: in fact. It is fell with yreat dimcully. JlC'.vcver. For ever so long 1 have pill up with Mother and Joe arguing about baptism so I finally decided to take .'nailers In hand and eilh- er settle llie question or at least MANY SOLOiERS KILLED 6Y5HELLS, IN THE WORLD WAR., SHOWED NO WOUNDS, AND WERE NOT EVEN HIT/ THE HK3H EXPLOSIVE SHELUS CREATED A PARTIAL VACUUM AROUND THE SODX CAUSING .11 INSTANT DEATH. H is believed that llie sudden IcjscMiing o can be caused by the bursting of .1 high explosive shell, "disengage-.' blood and tho result- the solulion of ah and carbonic acid in tin- small arteries. NKXT: Is shorthand a modern iiivtinun ? tell them which was riiht and' when I told them just whai I lliought about it. Mother hud one . . ef her spells and Imd to have the i i doctor three or four times and hns! tna t wa « lhc si *st I""""! ol who die in New Orleans, with no used up two bottles of some kuid; them a " J w °w'<i halt to tell Joe's friends or rclalives to claim them. ot smelling drops and now de- attitude biiicc l, as yon might say, will not lake their lasi rest in a leek charge of the situation but. neglected, unkempt lor.. I fell that if I didn't stop them.! A corp of 30 ,, mcn , cnC j. rc i lcf il would end uu something like a I administration workers has stan- churcli row I have been reading [ C( | about. clares that I. her only daughter, near her has ns she calls it forsaken true baptism and declares she has not had such a shock since her third husband slipped and fell in Ihe scalding barrel! andi - tlie men who were helping with] New Orleans the butchering had him on ihe fll™' P »»,—' C" IJ eitv Ecraping bench and his clothes al- *-"y S rOUCr S Meld! ' most scrapped off before noticed i(>inl|)ravc ni , d beautify I'o'l- ; tcrv. Field, the o!d cemetery m j Canal Street, operated and owned the Charity Hospital ot Ihe The types of l;r?r with, which w? arc liimil- iar luivc been rer.tlcrcd typical no! only because a certain type of malt was used in tlieir piodncllon. and a certain color or hop Haver, bnl thnl the laMe and character havi- been Mroiigly iiilliiciicrd by the wnler. —Dr. !•'. ^r. L)n|Hint of Chicago. * 4 * No greater allribnlc can be Unit of u political leader than llmt he can he believed. —Maurice Maschkc, Republican National Coinmltlrcmiin from Ohio. * * * I cannot further thc plan of certain bin l>ii>l- nc.v; Fascisti Iu reduce labor io a sori of i-cri - tlnm by mcnns o[ overwhelming power ol xw- ernmeiit. —U. S. Sciiatoi Ilrnry O. llnlfirlcl. t * » The sum o; il .ill is Hint the aovrrnmen: i< nov committed U) the task c.f making liti* po^- ."-lb!o. We- private must unite to make il wmih while. —Newton L). Dakci. The Editor's Letter Box in abnormal casas. II chiinsc-:; in consistency M> (lint it nmy both be easily seen and felt. According lo Dr. Robert C. Cochrane. tlic thyroid is th= chief organ of ti'o body containing totl.lne. fo- "linr 1 i^ an c. l senlijil snh.Uanco for health and growth, fl is |jerhaps llie masl important (unction of the »l»l: llRGlit MBWTOO.VI Ml !• DAUllt:'BAHNKS, but baby.*' Whal Is Klylhcvillc? I'l'o Hi:: ctli:r:r: I II has been just a little amus- in? to «c the urocedure of the rity council In the recent cnacl- mcni of tlie milk ordinance, in which the litlle farmer, wilh a two-cow dairy, wrs put out of business. it brings to the surface the thyroid gland to store this sub- 'hought—"Where does Hlythcville stance and to supply it to the body stnlltl ?" Arc we to become an n?as needed for Ite eonlrol of various rlc """™l center, where the (nrm- proms.cs. ; cr - s Cll » f™l "<c.v have a manic'. • . . i for their products, ana u Tlie tliynxrt eiancl i;, v«v -sens! '! >car '-:'' ™-nneralion. or will the live lo .stimuli of various sorts. Tu l<w " 1 T to " L ;* »» thc cxtlnct res]ioiisc to these stimuli thc glSntl' r€ S?'f! 1<s a lllnl ' )n " cl :» tCT - inlnrRcs. ror example, if there is ,,, Qtl ! lloma " limh ". °' >cn , rs a " r ' a ctclicicticv of iodine in the fo-d Llyl ""' illc teemed in line for scv- and water •tnkoiiln- the " 1>I f!>ct ° ri "' lncllldl:lE a ShOC thyroid planti cnbijjcs lo (lie effort of Hying to mrct demand of thc body for Ibis substance. It is also well established Ihal iutccllons cIsewherL* in il-.t- lx>dy may stinnila'.r IK- 5 liii largcment and thero nmv . Physiciiuus rcco^ni?.*- types of Roller tlcp^iK nnUirc of thc changes plncc iu thc ll;ytoid yi common type of |factoiy and otliers. but J2, rumored at that time that the coming of additional interests miglU rihiiipt the labor .'-iluation. Because of this, or for other rea- ft.ns, thc factories knocking at our r <;wi> . drxn- went to other cities. Our to pn " nonrishins timber industries have c-lhcr ; 5j ncc Llut time used Up their j available supply of materials, and v ;\ ; LOUS lind ouvselve.s overgrown take 1 J :C I cily almost without any industries ~' io |in which the laborlnj class can "iv : fnul employment. This would IM rather S 1 "! 1 « c ", rs ,I n '°, U "5 e ™: -™»«*! Pl««« U it was no! for the fact . o£ liiiuy'a de- i»;;riMirnt atorc. natrlei DICK IIAMJ'H. a ro»*tructlo» •apetja- u-nilrnt. Hick U meat to take r!4nr|;r «1 a roM«tra«r(ioa Joli In rtir Ailiconilnck*. It titll r«-HBire n( (ram A ytOT to cawpletc but l-I.i- rcfuncn IM Blvc *f ket \vurk n ril it 1 1 with him. >in.\.\ ALl,r:.\, «opj virilrr. dl^lJkfM Ilvr and 1* con»1antly r:iu>inc trouble mt the attce. Sbc IK rf>t»utiiiiblc for tcvernl mlx- uiUi 1 * fr>r T>'birh ICtc (« blarurd, !tlimn It friendly <nl(h T1IEUON it KI'.TT: ivko comlnMei to lorcc uu^\^l«•^^Mr• nt Ira I IOBJI p« Kvc, Lnkumtn (o Dirk, KTC tin* lircm l«ln>in^ ihr attxrk Marker, tior- rmvlnp iMiiorj from k«r ni»rbcr nitil •I»i*r- She (o»r» thin, n* i^^ll n-> kcr own havln^i aail *IUO IHrK f. fi 'in ihr hntili. llnn.t lrii"|r» live to dinner and thm runtfUcii to Inkr her <O 3 rv,idhi'U»ir %vbrrr Ttirrnn Here* np|ir,>rj. Kvc dUllbc* llrrtr. Hhf lr:ivr« Che »l1icr»^ bcrntn«* lo«l iind uprnif iKe ni^fct at n fnroi knmr. \rxt J^y Itrcce («l«rbnMc» find rrlKbtrn»» Krc bj rieclnrlnK he (<• 1^ (n\c ivlih hvr find ttutipnat- Tac »fc«l lllrk fcqi brcn carry! PR un nirinllon> | > l-:rc <* lone) 7 and t<il<uca Dirk. She bfftin* 10 v u " Jir I* «*e • hoiilri not B'V* 99 ber T>OI^ nnd c.. t.. bim. M>\V GO O\ WITH THE STOltY CMAl'Ti'.H XL JSC-E , r ean E refrained from asking questions and busied herself preparing salad for the dlunor. Jeaa nnd a young man who was a class- male juiued them after thc football ganio anil Mrs. Penney set ihti boy to work mashing tlie iwtatcss. Ac- ing siovi frc.-n IUR^TII^^I;! ueslliu^ atnoug thM^uibu comfortabfe liavenuort. bc to go on with iier story. Mrs. 1'enEiey coiuiiiuerl. life, Mrs. U;li]cr. get cur tv sVie? eeem lulls ivl:i- ln-lglitesi. K:H times, too. wlieii it SL-I-U.;> we sot go on. tilings s;nliljul> iniil rlyht-nboiil lurn anil the other sirl ;md boy sooa arrived aud Mrd. Peuncy assigned them jcleareil alic-nd. Al»•;>:••= tlicre l.-isks. It was a merry dinner and fonicdiiim luft to ini-Xc ic wur:!;- tlio youiiK pc-oiite wcro EO amusing while fnr 11? io zn un. L'si;"liy ;•. Unit not onco did Evo feel a piu^ is some otlier iier=o]). ot homesickness. 1 -- L i U le Jean anil I Imvc SIMUM. Thc 'ooys washcil tho dlslie?. ; £0;ne ,..„,] Umef ,..„. 111 ,, rt ,, ;ri .. Apiiarciitly they wcvo (inite "t| c j..| lt yf- ir -i I •••« il"fc;u si: '-••.•;-• home in Mrs. 1'cniicy's flat. | ,,=.„_ ' u w ., s ;]„, s ,, ,,.„, wll ". : .. ', "They arc alt from out of lowu." - j n j nv j,,.;,^^ n ;;t u^cii my sliu expluineJ tn live. "Ami ! j], t .,iu, r jro ii t j t » as c.\ircmcly l>;i':: mutlicr ihoin a Int. Bui llicy uii-i to c . ir!1 cnoll g h ror 1IS ,„ tlvl . ,,„ dersliiml I must tive most o! my 1 1 |ct Miy «.-][ uciicve only Hie tr. cucr«y to my job niul ii lliey wniit . col ,, il ..i,' ! . rcl , or , s O f tl.oso who li:"l ! sufferer! similarly mill determiner.! llie ivorli." \ i | i;>l j no; } . cl rcachcil liotlum. Kiich r rMK day Jean ami lier friends left hitc in the aftenuion to titleud a tea invilcil live t diivciipnrl wliile Windsor uiyht I prayed would &" able lo get u;i next niurnii!:: and Mrs. I'cnney invilccl live lo curl i( 0 ,(„ t| 10 hnisework and take care up on ihe diivciipnrt while hhcluf Jean, ft seems a sm:ill liriou piillcil a small Windsor rocker '., ;i |; | )11L |[ wns t vary itixjorla ----- ... v „ ^ ....... ^.,..,, tl.e ages of 12 and U. Th:, : . ti-.e ln wc arc surroune y an t>'I» associated ivlth tlic d^cwncy | rivaleil aericultm-al area. It se night !.:fore Tiiankasiviug Eve ate dinner in a down rr-laiirant and tlien \vt-nL to die library where she selected Iwo of 'tic ]ic\vesl books to read over ihc lisliday. Il was one of the evc- n-ngs xvhen slif misseJ Dick drctiilfiilly ami wwiteil to r"t off snini; liome. Hut when she finally arrived al (h* apartment siie closer lo t!te fireplace. one. My recovery waa complete "It inusl he a area: stUiofaction [and I shall !'i never to complain for you to have Jean!" liegau E-c |n':'i>iH nnMlnn:; nsain so long as 1 "I don't know whitl I would have jlinve limliii timl llio cyyji luuliy douo without IK-I!" tiodiled Mrs. j lo earn a livisiy." I'cnnt'y. "She is all I have lived for tiies.1 last 17 years. And alie ,. 7I , VT v:a -. u t i, c minister had looks so much like lib,- fiithc,'. | \\- , KWU \ns in clinrcliT That Is my grcau-st joy. I believo inherited his ;:hiliiy too. "Von ask lor some livlns; manifo liillun of Cod ^'. our we arc surrounded by an im-j foiiml a letter from Dick wailing jjf he hail lived 1 am sure he would i '^ HM SC( , fg| . 'j.,,.^^,, a,'(. sn of iodine in il-.c did. If the roiulltic.n j.* ;-,, early and treated by >m.ii; .. of iodine, the cnlar^i-n-.n:; (loin great or pcriimnnr.:. •]; ditton may be prevenle,-i b-. certain that the child l.a- licient amoiint of icdim h; This is particularly mip-i: llie ncrli.wcslcrn pnrtior., Unlled Stales and in i:, bakes area where It ha* !:.• established that the XV.T.-I : soil are deficient in :odn:. ems DKEGUESK | that the proper thins for the Immediate future would lie for onr •:ni/cd ! cily council to do everything In i-.-i-.:iils It.-, jio-.vcr to court the good will o! :.- scl- tlie farmers—especially the littic. . - cm- farm owner, v\to nec<ls a murkel ' v.aking for his milk, his butter, his chick- .1 s;if- ens and ills ]i:odiicc. Why r.ot con'.- diet, sicicr the oiwnine of an exchange •ir.i in where tlic products would be '=; ih= bought at market prices nnd then Great tiucked or shipped to Memphis or •:•. -.veil Si. l.ouis? It is beln? done in qlher :'. f l Uic i J-cvtious. The inimr-diate future ol The niythevillc depends nron the farm, thc form owner and his buylna power, l; Uic farmer feels he is bring discriminated against, the city Is boiuul to suffer, and from some of the tall: heard on our. streets there ts not. lhr> cordial feel- i we; 'pA^f'" INEBRIATED Wi,U DOES THIS ViCTO MFAN ? cxiMinq si present Iliat should exif-t lxt»ccn eity and rural residents. A Casual Observer. tor her on [be hall table. I have l:eeaino one of our finest art- lie wrote thai he and some ol l ''f [s \ Ilia wc , rk P 1 ^ x l " :lc of his ! »coiliei"i liail driven tu Old Kor B c' l1ciil1 ' wn5 ^S"" 1111 ' lo aUr " a hf lb» ThiiiikssiviiiK turkcya tori vv " k ' altentioii.' Mro '«wi!=3 who kciit Hie Iwanl- j live was interested. She liail ho.Sic. They liad ntlcmJcd a j wondered' about tlic litllc woman nuivlrj. ihe first UIck had seen since w itli tlic brave, tniiliiiK face and :H mother who forgets belt tn ' ;tlic interest ot her child?" There had been more, of course, hill tliat one nelitenrc nf tin: Tliankssiving sermon ftorjil ulll In Kvc's meiiiories. coupled with Mrs. i IVmiey's story. Wliat an Infill camp and •eachera a number ot bcliun! i "Jean's father btuilicil in I'aris over advcr^ily was licrs. live felt who '.ook their meals ::inrt when he r-ilurncd lo IhU eoiin-1 | lcr oxll) .J j|n . , v ivi',i after Mr». try he taugiit ovl classes in W'l-| lVn:icv' liiii.<l:ed her ntwy. . V.'as II jealousy that Kvc felt caao. I hail gone there lo tlmly. '.hen .she rend thai bcntcncc? She n:nl was one of Ins ' t:<l piknreil Dick in a ,h"|w we wuiiiil never hinc been W1| ,. ;| ( ., vc rcM}u . a | 1UI11C t | lia upils. I'er- Il1s]|l ;h( , W| . 0[I! ;] |)i]lj; |tUcl . , Q Lcr's world entirely. This was jrcorc than acinuiiiitaiuca if MC had his tirsl reference lo the school |noL attended un arlis'tt' ball where j." slic wmlc in c . -- fiori. "alter my ulk with KKthcro. Evo liop^il fervently Uiai ,t;itc or i-hance _sciH u'. toscllicr_tn !j, ci|lloy ru , ,^- utvtl la s \* e crc mliltllc-ascil am! an olil-linie circle ny way danced in pcrje:l hainnjiiy a::il my . ^j (f }|ll] vi . ml m .. to .,„,( |[ mc,^ IlLCurt ;i3 well as my LUII! l°^ ij s ;[ ii'mi .r; available. I don'l tup (Arbwers on ll.i.k r >;c) Armless Arlist Marritfi i After Court I NEW ORLEANS (UP1 j Behne. >oung armless i IIRS won national recognition lor his painting: and work ns assistant instructor of painting at thc Dclgado Trades School here, never though! a girl would. marry- nn aimlcfs man. bnl he was wrong. He vccem!y was married to Mrs. Helen Unvlrrj Cox. 19, "after the civil couvi was called into a special one-day .session by ' Judge Provosly so tliat the couple might nljlain tl-.eir license without watt- ing until ihc court re-convcncd l» i all' of them wi nuallriintlvc. untl nol In ai: like Durotliy Mclilhlnney. Kvc spcnl ThankaslvliiB day v,iiifs. Jean come- naturally uy!i Mrs. I'enncy. They ullcndcd -her loin fur ,•--•-, at thc Lllljc Stone cburch i "After o .- . i u W|]rk and cumc lo 1'ine t'or- i onl ijiuctl could nol 'UaJdy- iiid watch to: him puie ll:cru i-, :i Ililns iu nn apjrlmciil lo IK: hail lliciu." Slowly, with unsteady lingers, bhe (oliled Ihc pages and pbccd •in In .1:1 envelope. Tomorrow bhu wuiihl Icl! liarlc liana-3 Uiat she was thronBh al Uixuy'3. She vvoald s:Hi-ili..c tlic dream iliat hurl hccn hers so Ions—ihc dream o! ic l irali| C froui C c 1 o»lpil'n''i>'tlns"hcr oa window al vlni close of day when i itaH , |" lcr narac ^ u thc door ut , \i-iiuiki UUMI *.vi*iH" K !.--«*,.« (11 11 ii'io itiinniiTtnla ..... fr- . _i .1., .. «. '^S^l^'u^r^" aud Ue «„ soue witbin ,hc w« k ." Hri Wnw said proudly. "And Mrs. I'cuney's voice broke, then flu made the drat'erics for tie wlBdows, lop. Thoio rleturca arc «'.-i:ic of my work, done before my "Jenu has t great deal of arlis- no talent," Et« couimeuieij. became ill. U naa 'pneumonia i livivale O fc lco nuove UK «or4s. "Arii eiilsiut' Manager." Slie would sacrliKe all llial for Ulck. Ves, livo told herself, the slio raited her chin tu thc manner Eve had uolkcd was cliavacterlstlc ot her and sr.ld calmly, "This la 119 subject for u holiday, Mrs. IU' <!f*. Shall 1 lurn on the radio?" WAS '»illsht ^ ,!,,,„, only Md llie rmnu b> a, ^r wllllnj; to forget her uinbllloiis it i)ick uiinlccl hiT. "If he nantc'l her!" The woril-i teemed t^ torm [lien, stives iiuo a. litany »liluh jsan; Islrlf over am! over ajaln In . (lu lie L'un,lac»d)

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