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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 2, 1933
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BLYTHEVILLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE.COUSIEB N«WS CO., PUBLISHERS •' • 0. ft. BA3COCK, Editor II. W. HAINES, Advertising Manngcr Sole National Advertising Representatives: Arkansas Dallies, Inc., New York, Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Dallas, Kansas City, Litllu Roc!!. Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday. Entered as second class matter at the j>os! ofTlce at Blylhcvillc, Arkansas, under act of Congress Oc- 'i— tober 0, 1917. • Served by the United Press. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier in the City of mylheviilc, I5c pe r «tek or $6.60 i>er year In advance, liy mall within a radius of 50 mites, J3.00. per year, $1.50 for six months. 85c lor three months; oy mail In postal WHIPS two to six. Inclusive, SO M prr year, in zones seven and cleht, $10.00 IKr year, payable In advance. 1/ekrans' Compensation The Ameriftm people in 1,'ciienil will approve (.he M;i ml taken by I'ruskli'iit. Roosevelt with respect lo veterans com- m'lisation, anil even llu'.so voU:t';tns who may regard Iho prctiiclupl'.s prutfriim as i>Tiuk(|iiiilc \viil rcspivil him I ha more for the -straight forward way in \vhii-li 'fie presented it nt the Amerit-an I/, gion convention lorluy. hi brief the president declared liim- .-i'li' in favor of ;id:'<ni;il:> |V(ivisiuii I'oi 1 those actually dif.ablct'; as tlie result ol' tiicir war service, mid for their dependents. Those who complrlod their war service unimpaired in health of body and mind, he deelared, eiimiul expei-L rninpensnlioii or'.m lieeause of dis- aliilities incnrrod in civil life. .More than 1,000,001) Amcnciin men served in the world war. A considerable number of them suiVered disabilities in the servicy thai incapacitate I Item, in greater or less degree, for civilian life. The cost of compensating these men is tremendous, but it is a just obligation and one that must In; met. l!y far the greater part of Die -1.000,OIHI. However, loft the service a:--, well fnted to earn their own way ;is when : Ihry went in. With the passage ol' ycurs most of tlinni will incur (lisal)ilit- ie • of--various sorts, as is Iho lot of m<:ilal man. lint sueh tlisabil'ities, connected in no way vith their inili- lary service, consul tile no greater claim upon the public treasury than does fh.c disability o! the man who never saw war service. Louis Johnson, national commander of the American Legion, in a recent newspaper article .-poke v:iib wisdom and moderation of tlx ve'.eians cotn- petu-ation pro')l'jin. 'I'lie Legion's own four point piogi'am is not at wide variance with the principles -'el forth by the president, and furthermore Commander Johnson and other leaders of the. Legion realize that the national government cannot be expected to put oven bare justice to any group of the American people ahead of the national welfare. "Before complete justice can be accorded the disabled." wrote. Commander John-en, "our conulrv must first emerge from cconomi- chaos, as it is doin,-; under the National Recovery Administration. Tu help the disabled we must firs I help Amorim. Their interests arc hound, inseparably." That, of course, is I'muhmenUl. It, is mi L'Xpi'Cisioii of thfi rail patriotism Unit the country expects of such an organization as the L%'ion. SIDE GLANCES By George Clark 12 Pounds Hfaoitr An o.ditorial writer, aiiiiinunUni; on - tliu fuel that nitmilicrK <il' lliu Civilian Conservation Corps have shown ;m average jjain in weight of \'£ pounds per man, draws tlvj (.-(inclusion that they must not have Ijecn (.'fluUK enough to wil Ijt'fwu llii-y H'O'if In u'ork for Uncli; Sain. Thai perhaps was true in some cases, Lml so far as Uie majonly nf the boys is concerned it is more probable that vigorous outdoor exercisr. has had more to ilo with building llii'in up physically than has liny increase in fund, Uiotigli naturally • the 12-puinul average jfiiin would not have been possible without plenty of £0(x\ Joo'V of the buys HIM', went into the forestry corps were sii tiering not .-'o much Iron) lack of fund as from liiuk of something to do. Idleness is debilitating, both physic-illv and spiritually, and the government, in providing constructive and hndl'il'ui employment for several hundred thousand young men is not only "xlcndinjc relief in llio current economic emergency but is building good citizens for the future'. MONDAY, .2,- 193J Child's Birth Certificate Is Very Valuable Document HY DR. MORRIS FISHHEIN Editor, Journal of the American Medic*! Association, and p( H>- »tl», the Health W»i»xlnt Although the importance oi having a birth certificate for every person lias been emphasized again and again, ocea>!otvs co;i- sturitly arc arising lr. which per- rons nrc unable to produce this Important document. Since es- Itibllshmeni. of t!ie Birth Registration Ai'ca, it lias become pcs-1 or mucus, ilble to compute the birth rate apd maiif.'i It |iP5s[ble for him to vote as a citizen, alter due registration. In many other ways tlic birth certificate legally Is an -ex- ceedlngly important document. Just as soon as a child is born, due note should be made of the fact by the attending physician. He then timid make certain tliat a suitable ' substance is applied to tlie eyes, and also that tlie throat of the child i* clear ot any fluid CBURCH EXCUSES By Gt». W. Aunl: •Your letter ' St received today and •??.'.-'. I think it V:M so nice ot yo'u :J-^.' 'i ;o' .-and it ' an 1 mail and special >V tie ivery. 1 'old Archibald that'"'••; . I .Mist knew the wljple neighbor- ; ;-.' h"0(I was' ox-Hed I can'l help iJV fcul think of all trie things sh.c 'i:. and the Infant death rate throughout the United Slates, mid thereby 10 determine which sections of the country are most healthful In this point and why. It luis been possible, by use of these figures, to concentrate' at- ttntlon on those sections In which infant care Is logging nnd thus to prevent many deaths. sc. it about pie when she fouiid on: we v.cre nnt going to have a The buby then is kept warm j church wedding and Just think by blankets or hot. water bottles jil The . permitted to 'Me and rest. baby should, of course, be identified suitably, particularly if bom in a hospital, so that there can be no question of mixing babies from various families. The physician should arrange promptly to notify the health A birth certificate filed with | partmejit and the bureau of vital - '•—"'• -' ' -' ' statistics In his community of the fact that a new arrival is present and In wood health. If the child dies during I lie birth process, an the health department is of iin- j mi-use importance from a scientific point of view, In thai it provides Information relative to the nature of the childbirth and thereby may explain difficulties which occur later In life. It also is Important that It lie tinted clearly on the birth certificate whether the usual preventive In the lorin of some salt of silver has been dropped into the infant's eyes to prevent cases of blindness which result in some instances from Infection of the eyes ot birth. A birlh certificate is ah especially valuable document. to the of nil the big talk she had, then •'IgjK-. Of eourre, its like you fay— lliere ts Always a reason and :I suppose if »c wall long enough, we will fmd 0-.;! all about It. Since vow letter crme, Archibald e.iid ! have been discussing, starting in going to c:mrch and as -I' sii'R' IJfise it Is a ci'.'esl-on with 8l" ' have a chl'-.i or children, just what lo f.o with n or (hem, 91.6 lias to be settled. Now;' in our case, Jiini"r na.: to have just f he coricct amount of air , and siti'fliine so ve decided one day !)!« \veek. wo would inspect the H whp •n, -. of church bulldlnr; and see it It was Immediate certificate Is demanded. On this certilicate there must so ventilated that it would be a .statement not only as to thcisa'e for Jnnicr's type so \ve' \vcnt primary cause of death, but also i .lilt 1 found that there. i(ll 1 of ai\y secondary causes which ! yo • be quite a bit •may twve • been noted. j on the, ventilating of work . Cone system before U. is only by collecting' exact: ^ would feel, safe in taking, our figures of. this character that j f: ' il(1 'here everi for one .liour. medical science'Is able to map : its- l '- ' Archibald plans .on. going campaign against death-arid dis-j v='cre the cliuvcli authorities-and c'ase. . ' I sec if they will make tlie. lieccs- ."iry changes. cliilrt afler It has • grov.-n lip. In j frigate bird : develops "The WHY 1 iimlerstiinil it, your l>ov stiirlecl it bv calling j!' 1 "!, '.'. estfl . b . lls ! 1 . (;s .citizenship, I shaped throat sack ,i ii. " l I llUlKCo pining mating, season, the ingle. Wlien the New Zealand. geyser, a balloon-j.Waimangu. was in', its "prime'"it of . name-red fluiig black mud;.stones.atid-scald- ' tlltner it possible''for him to ae-ji-klii: the balloon^ deflates aftcr'the JnVrwatcr'to a ; . height-'of' T isoo"-te' a passport when traveling! bird.lias *o'ii,his ludy. . ...every.-36'hours. ' • ' Oullauos .Much as a romantically minded person might like to take these bold, bad gunmen of the modern underworld at their own valuation, it just doesn't seem lo be possible. There are, for ex.'tmple, those two desiwradocs, Harvey liailey and Mil- chine Gun Kelly. Both of them were famed as walking arsenals, tough man-killers who trod Hie earth with such a mighty trend thai all peace officers rail lo covei' before them. llul each one, sonuliow, was captured without a 'shot being lived. The officers walked in on them, got the drop on them, and they surrendered as meekly as drug store cowboys. And this is a bit damasnng lo the legend. The real bail men of tlie old west weren't taken that easily. They might be surrounded mul covered, but they fought to the end. These modern bud men, apparently, only shoot when (lie cards arc slacked in their favor. Billy the Ki-.l or Deadwood Dick wouldn't have been cauirht in the same jail with them. BLYTHEVILLE 10 YEARS AGO from the ill" of the! BlylheviUe Daily Courier Tui'nluy, Oflolir.r 2. l!r>:». MMX Loyan. one -of Ihc Iloy Seoul:; who ntlondrd the fiitr at \Icmphis. conlvnctrd a severe cold en route home and is routined to his couch v.'illi a painful case of tonsilitis. If. T. S;ilib:i of Cairo, 111., will .'l";:ik :it the cmirtliuusi' October •I under ilio :niKpicn:i of the? American I^'(j:ion tin this ipost impoit- " ' il, fhc ir:iltt. en route .1,.:,,, J,,,, ,,.„ collcst . unl Inn tu n»l.t k c r („ i,,,,. '""e " "Irtnilon. »hc "'• !•'«., ,FBH of slnthin I, I: n » x ' : | | l frill n <h"t h" nnt subject. 'I'hat aets th Tin; Bihaii't Toreli World Afire." The mast effective pvoiiiblthn cl nil is Ihc prohibition Iliat is foslcicd :>v education, cu- iiglifcnnicnl and selt-conlrol. — Cliainm'.n Ktl- wnrcl P. Muliooiicy, Ncu YmJ: Stale Lii|;ior Board. J. M. Aiuler'oii nf tlin City Drug Store received Irani tin- \vtir dc- irartmcm Monday (lie shipping receipts fr.i tiie German cannon which the Cornier lokl n! recently th:it was secured by him l!nouj:ii his boyhood school friend. Admiral Count::. It is detonated as P. \ Krcncli type ol cannon. .This dor?: not mean Hint It Is a French gun. • but a type of the French cannon. naturally it is u Getiiian sun. captured from that country. Stair CuH-y llri-uk Kcrord : HAnRTSBurir,. FM. dip.—ivnn- .\lvnniii'.s ovti dairy herd Iras produced :\ new rn-urd — tiie 'Jo WS owned by ihe Simile each hav- s produced in excc.'.s of IOH.000; quaik of milk. The .state is keep-I Iny a lifetime production record' on the animals. : Chinese cxpnrls can make the : (nils of their kites form letters in • t!ic air by maiiipnlnting the ' sirinss. 1 1-.4 eallirr. ilrnH. ,,„, ., „,,.„,. miluiiy ,,I l,,. r iktr-, m,. 1 n Plcn in:ttrlriKr. •ci-« lluf, /,, n ivn rno,, hut «tj .Mlt-r ilii. prn^rniii ILP Im trnl l, r ItUIUVHA «:ilirHT. , ,, " i.nlrr IIL- l,,,r. .l.inn ti s nl|i. M>« (Tl) ON TI-ITII Tin; STORV ClIAPTKIl IV /JMIN imtcl loliliy v.-a, filieil with "irnplc iv.'ieii Boll readied it, I'-ut l!ic sii'l lie sought was not there. She was not in front of the hotel or at tlic side eiKrjnco, sc:ii-i-h revealed. Ilo felt sick with ilisiittjiohitincnt. • But. lie told himself, slie would not lie lunl to liml now. Slie had glorious voice. Sho : at en- There is ni clmicr in An.ulcnn basin:s.. Iwccti InlcMlujenlly phuiticd iiul tonUolicci m- (Ui.Mrlnl tiix'imioiis nnc) n rrlurn to the gckl- pJEilcd unarchy Ouu innsqu''":u!ctl DUT OUH WA\' r $*? cr ^/oo UMO\AJ ,OAviE, X BE.U&VE. 1. MADE TV\ -TRIP BAcvC TO StE. ouc? Ovl "L WAS x OF iT_ OOM'T Av\_ - Voo OR FROM \T. October 2^ ,__ General Roborf E. LPC becomes president LeeUnivarsihy I born, &p! sttr-priw. Only 70 more shopping days rtaiiinipiiis. And her name was n:i V.'iirrcn. '."oil, tho ad yielded something. liurbara Courtney waiting hoii lie returned. "Don't bolhe . to explain. Uoli." she said. "1 Eul i- rens wer* onL He made pencil notations ol these. "Veil stem ihrilUJ, all right!" nlorteil Pat. ful." seera tlirilled. all.rlglit!" "May I speak tj Joan, jilease?" Aliont the twelfth lime lie askeil that a voice said pleasautly, "Just a moment." A man's voico answered.-Some-, ono thought ho wanted to speak to "Joe." Hob's-'spirits slumuecl as-ii'i. - ' At tiie cud of.a weary round ot phone calls, confidence was leav- po::-.- you liad n tcleeram to send [ing him. Illogically. he was angry ,l, e j with Barbara Courtney. If Barbara :hadn't stopped him, he would Siic.«c3. Shall I ei- liave reached Joan befors hand .to.a-youug man cornlrifi'up the walk.'-But it ijfas a:fu')Kiiio. her mother.- "It doesn't sound! nlco. Hov,- -loiio -have you kuowu Uie younj niaii?" "Oh, several -veciis," Vat eaid stepped in the elevator. I£ she liaj icarelijjlyl not stopped him', ha would b.j ne i oor} ,eu M ,, s a . fc5 r piiii- retorleil Tat. Sh-i was.lyinf on- nient befor« she recognized-'tl, 'the davenport and reached "for the | youiiE rnaii 35 Dick Th'orttfou'. majiuine .she had discarded. jAiijl oven more. iltlBcu)t'» : te'*iJnb- "Anyho*-," Fhe went .on, "H'a uu- merits later, listening I usual In tlipje tiraej to get -any kinr] ot raise. Jerry said so." "Jerry?" queried her mother. "His family own the'business. IJo's swell." "Itou't-say 'swell.'" reproved assured voice. 1'es,. matter :*rlt right. Dick had ctran?ed.-.Ho' 1 Rait a, fine and "dependably Any fflrl should be proui?.'lq : fpb$. seas hi-) aflectioiis'.- " ~: ',' • •" What.,was tho.matter wilh^hor ilhat Dick's ubvioiEs.. I leave lier cold? 'Whifajhi of plans for the.-fiiliue-^. bound up in theiii- her. th'bjiglili ^;ero far away. Tliirikin(fi'6( i (fain trfp.-thinkias of last v n(ifht. thi:iKJ (liNicult. "Hit I ,11:1 liuvl hccnujc yon i'ln't call me ishe:i you first £ot •-•re! I railed anil ciillcil 'and )iiidn'i sot jou," S!IL- ivcnl on. "1 (ilaiincd lo call you soon, vo lici-n IKISJ- working on plans >r I lie lexllle plant—" "ilut yim'll play around some, nli. What nbont toniorroft- lo IN 1C*. His blnoprints were in a ca.ii Tho small truuk filled with his favorite books—books which had supplied all his need for entertainment duriug six mouths in. Hie Azores—was waiting to be un- p.ickcd. l)ut he began-uiidressiiiff. He was tired. The night was flat. lie would 2nd ioan it he had to employ every detective in Memphis to do it. ' "I'm getting 6K my head." ha dinner and then to'thought. "I'm'solug to bed aiid sleep off this, sentimental spree." lint the. romantic hangover wai st as bad. 113 are tlie Silver Slipper later. lie hfiiiatcd. "I'm renlly ; inuMfiilly Inisy. I've n buncli uf ij l>lin:prii:ts to check tomorrow." .1:1 .-in fully nice party." " Bob: It's suing to bejTOAX was'having mo";•;;) -pi - • ' '• ' ' i — ~ "^ • t- i"- " -i'-> f. -.-«.S|SS — ^C^ii; '.'.""AT ,'i 1"l!C <-'.' '--- I'^-'xr / r>^-)r IN I ^aJi•.'f^•.•l-.•.^/.)i -1 <?• < ^ •- - *"\ i'* *J-'- '"•'''• '.• ' -•- 1:. 1 : ' --,AJ . '.X S: f. wSw^SMik:' ^~A • fo:<&.\ -.- • <.-.' ( \ — •'* ' k r \ ' -'' N ^.=-:<l t ',' ~ '•'• • • • ' •' mciils too. -Sho was punisblns "All ijglii then. I reully want- jhcrsclt with tho thought that ahe C'l til , ......ij .._..__ _.1J VJrt., T-f «hn : would never sM him again. It ahe 'It's settled! And will }0 ii pick ,|, a d only waited a moment longer > uu. no!," i m 80 | 11g (0 break. 1,0 would probably, have joined U'.r up. lloli'.' I'm a dr.le lor you." H w itheni. Uut s]ie had looked-back was hard to rc(:i;e Barbara. ! am i a girl was talking with.him. was a nice kid and he'd ,so she had rushed away with Pel cr iixeri her the summer they .„ though shc'wanted to gel away "^ hat ar.e you n.»;*tiii.iii{.i>yi. j nill, who had jiuc. enter«l Ihej room. asVcil. "I'm going to a fire, da I'.it answered luipiicicntly. out of-(he window .ind you the little red" wagon." : " Trent to the -.vindovl and looked out. AJoag, l»v. bla' -ith iiickortrimiiiiDBs was 1111 at tlie curb, lookln;, so'rr out of place oil the street. for a wilo. "Tin 'rieh have desc'endci upon in,"'Bill began. "0!i, .'be'as Hill." Tat said'airily, llcrkyes were shining. She was aprfIng lipstick anil rouge, pinctiinpllicr eyelashes: upward to maka'lein turl, sqlnslthrpush mqttons Jilh which the : tauiliy .wag familial "It you're Interested I'll loll you'that I'm hiving dinuer did- town with Jetoma Forrest," Pat said.' file's rich. arid 'alfcc, live. Incidentally.his fa|linJ 1j were on the E.-IUIC bouse party In Maine. Ills father Ind met her, .too. when she came to Xe»-York I [hit?" ' . I sin why -I can't 50 -to dinner ami tliongiH she was A-l. I "rn never'«e» hinitasain," she 1 him.". ' ' * * thought. "-" ' ' '"•- ' Barbara had sote hs lo his room and studied from him. What-was lhe':n\altsr iblntiils;—lik'S'ine; • I've .had iJcb with nirls that they, acted like j n ith htrn.twice and there's no fa- [ . . pin why.-Ijcan't'go .to', dinner 4th ir se» hinvas*io." she l him.".':'• • / •••.-• 1 "Opportuiiitlcs don't: ."Well, you.can'ti",Bill saldl g;to people." . • i "PaC T -"-'he'r'r<i'olhar. 1'nJ keep.coming; 11-ltli The mood persisted and Joan] ."Can't I?.",said Pat rebelUd the list ol Warrens lu tha tele- ia such a .mood was as. nice tu: ly. ".N'uw ^fother; don't be I'liiinc directory. Well, Ihero was!have about as'an ico'pack.'on »iTbdt'uld-stult w'eut'out with iioJiiins else to do. Ha would go cold, damp day, according to Pa't.lucU." •' •• '•'. '• ' •• • ihHiiiEli the list syslematically. It was three days later. Pat bad | She was oft in a sudden w| H.ilf way tln-ough, seme time .received a 55 a-month raise'au'd i "My blue 'beret—oh, Utcr. he tlioiiEht lie detected an ilicr elation was spmewhal -lintiip-lnhcie did you put it? Uon't ••uMiscd note In Oie operator'siened by Joan'slackof ODthits'asni. j uu for ine. Jean.: I'ut a-key IB vole, lie uimsoued. but went] "Of courfs I'JD slad- dai-liul/'iniai) ljuj." . dnss-^lly «n. Soino oC ttia Wir-:,Ioaii taid. "I think" it's noarlM-j ;^an saw I'it wa%e a tarelj TOAN" had.been in bed m'ore''![uti "! au hour when-she jleard : .»;;car stop in frout ot Ihe.ho'usB.'-.Tb'sl ineant Pat-was liome.. l "-'.- ; \i ;' : *But the Hiiiiulps d rigged si ltd Tat failed lo appear. KlfiatlyjiSa'ii went Into.tha hall. 'The:'ifgli't downstairs had been left; (jujnlo/s a^ud : Croni where sha' stbod-^ant could ioe Ilia-two 'balpjf'.,cleafljr- I*at's laughing face in jts^'iranii ot gQldeu liair was lifted : lp,'Se«t the gaze-ot the-young n;an.. - ; , Suddenly. Joan.-saw the-maji'i arm'.sp arpnii^ .-Pat, puilitl'g'-.Ser close, and-tbey,kissed. '.-';" . Joan f|2w;to her roon?/her.tacp) '-'-'--.'•' pat.kissing a'plX". who ^le-mdre than 1 -" '"'" '--' ; W waj cheap! •TU-ihare't'o'talk to ; P*l," sbe thoiight miserably. • -'Q.'f 1'al: cams:"up. the:stairs,- rning- gaily. "Oh, yoii'fe eivtk'f, Joan," »he : said,- staring r'ej^tf fully at the'slim figure jittihgitiV right' in-bed. . •' - •,'{ " worried,-Pat." .. ' '« "Look-'here, Joan!- I;' won't have, you • sitting- up. worrHvi about gotttu along'-jtirri years-wilhoutvyou aud. ; t .viij 1 } have you'-.tcillug me'yhat to' : 'd? now'." . "•-••'•{ 'Tat. let's.not quarrel."-: - ; "Well,'then, get tlils'slraislitj I've liid a wouderful time Cqnigli} and t'ai gnier to h^ne ui'ore ,ol . ('la Ue-CuuliBOfi> :

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