The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1933 · Page 8
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1933 BLYTHEVn.LE, (ABK.i COURIER NEWS PAGENINE-;. Justice to Veterans Pledged By President Island Empires Tangle in Battle for Soulh American Business. By \V. f,. QlIISI'.NJIKIlltV linltfd Pifv; SUM' CorrfspDiulenl IjONBON. tUPi — Japan and Great Uritaln, whoso, relations have ; become increasingly strained thru | economic rivalry, am preparing to i fighv a gigantic trade due' fur th;* I rich Soi;lh Amenta markets. Already on the verge uf op'.-n '•-"')- nomic strife, the island empire:, •;'. \ the East, and West, promise the 1)11- i UTf-st commercial struggle the I world lias siren since tariffs and! boycotts replaced shells and cms- j non. ! , At the niomeni industrialist, !•:•;>- : resenting Japan anil Great Bri- ! tain are mtr-ting in Simla an:l U;n- i don in an elfort to smooth out their quarrel before the breach •. i :idens Irreparably. Few observers, however, concede Ihe gatherings any great chance of success. > Captured Trade Japan. consistently capturing trade from Great Britain and the j Unlltd States in every Oriental; market, now Ls turning tD-.vard > South America. Faced with the. loss of her huge sains in India by j recent prohibitive tariffs, an! con-: vinced that Britain never again will \ allow her lo expand in thai dircc- • lion, Japan sees almost unlimited I possibilities in the S'Juth American ' sphere. ! Leading the phenomenally .sue- : ces.sfu! Japanese trade drive arc' the big textile industries. Through high efficiency, cheap labor and a steadily declining currency they have made tremendous strides. Today, with their modern machinery and methods, they can undersell any foreign competitor. Opening Wedge A vast number of minor industries is springing up in Japan using the same methods nnd enterprise as the textile mills. Por these, Japan's textiles serve as a wedge for opening new markets. Hard hit in the early years oi the depression. Japan is climbing back spectacularly, outdistancing most nations In the world wide effort to re-achieve former prosperity levels, in IB'JO. with cx]>orts of U 1-2 million yen. she was not , even a minor factor in world trade. By 1925 her exports had • risen to 2,305 million yen—an advance oi 15,800 per cent. Prom that level they had declin- <-fd o 1,147 million yen'at the end ol 1931 when she abandoned the gold standard after trying for a long pericd to keep t'.:e yen worth 50 cents (U.S.) in gold, Today the yen Is worth less than Youth's Husky Sun Spot ol Year's Duralion Would Turn Trick Say Experts. • By l.r.U'KSTKK WAfiNKK I 1'nllfd I'u'is SUIT Corrr&pondfiit I'ASADRN'A. C*l. i UP!— SdPIll- Inus. jolly good men In (heir oclc j moments, are intrigued ftl'.li l'' f ' | many \vuys in which civilization Hookey Story Aroused Whole Town MOfiniSONVILLK, Vn. (UP! Carroll (Mm, 12, thought it would be much more enpoyable to lie in the wootls, through which he had to go on Ills way to school, tlinn to hit In u stuffy .classroom all day. So he did thnl very thing the first day of srhool. nnd .spent mo.M tif the tlini' cudgeling his bValn livim; to think of something to tell leather ;iiul Ills parenl.s when he i;iii back to civilisation. Eventually In- L'onc'lvi'd ri u'omli'rftil plan. I.alo in tin ed from i he afternoon he iwrg- woodr,, his clclhlnf! ', may'coine' lo "an end on ouv earth. I torn to ;hrods. with a terrified : Th'ej are no; udually pessimists.'look in his eye and u weird Inle of being attacked try two negroes, but in the ol tnelr I sitiuns lhe«. nwi have discovered Ix-aim. bound ami more way.; to kill the huniaii I-BCM ; than tin- luosi iirofc.ssioiuil "Jack ! • Ketch" who ever IIHUB o convlci Justice, but r.o special privilege, to veterans wfis (he keynote of President Roosevelt's address at Hie American Lesion convention in Chicago. The chief executive is pictured at the left Irom the flag-draped platform. Above Is shown tilt colorful scene in Chicago Stadium, as 30,000 Legionnaires jammed the great hall to cheer the president's iitleranc-'s. in Britain. Sup;x>se you remarked "now warm it is luday" and the thi'r- momeUTs thiou^hout the worU over a. period ol a year Indicated an avenge increase o! only 10 decrees. Deail in a Year l!y the lime the year had rollv:! around. the larlh would have btf- come a.s deud as the moon. 11 wouldn't be the heat nor thf Monls.cnvillc wns un In arms, F'w-sis \ivre orgau^eil to hunt the : nnoiiiidlni; ronnlry-slile for th^ neurces. Hut Carroll'); father did no', put much faith In the story, mid kept (iiiciiionlng hi.s son. Carroll Dually broke down anil loltl the truth.' lie just didn't want lo j go lo school. Cm-roll six' /sla P»;j ^ta> ' lli!i 'a™' 1 "', and apparently the die Urid JlitT •. ]<MnK mns through the family. His Pvrnle in Tl-iccM i older brother was a fullback at txcels in uasses. Smih Ciiro]llia> and a yoimgcr hrolher, Fred, is a candidate for a „ ,__. _ ,.,„ HAVKN. Conn. (UP) - ,,-,,, NEW lobrrt Laisittr, Jr.. Yale's tool-; all captain, is one player whosel cholastie eligibility never gives a. KmgflSh's oath iiny worry, for Bob Ls us' depi at his studies as he Ls at lug- ing a ball. . Sinning his (hint year at Yn!e. ! NEW humidity. It would be Ihe lack of s he began his .speech life-giving oxygen. 1 That's the way Ur. U. M. hanger ot California institute of Tvc'v no'.ogy cxplulned the |w»!bl!i de- uiis" of the wui'kl. Tile chance o! killing M the world's |X)pulallon is pretty remote, Dr. Linger said—a chance about equal to finding a j)!n di'Op|M:d from an airplane. Fatal Tact Astronomers have realized this fatal fact for many years, but it's one o( those subjects no; discussed publicly. "13ui what," Dr. Langer was asked, "could cause this increase In ' : temperature?" ORLEANS (OP)—Senator: "*" we need Is a good sunspot, Ohio Klvrr Dank Sink-, MOUND CITY, 111. . (Ul'l — A snip ol land approximately 'JOO fn'L loin; und 50 feel wide HI-HI- tin- Ohio River sank iilxiut 2S d-i't. The sinking land urea was IcKaued about lu feel from the levre and was a short dlminrr nortli of this cily. , M( ,,. nilW b,, r i h on Ulo Y ale team. Daughter C I tmulate For fireybound Lines [rilf-i Lind 'I line Si lir Trunscontinvntnl ;md ern Air, Inc. \Vcsl ,nssiter looks like r. good bet to I Huey P. Long's daughter, Rose. 1C, "ay one covering the entire surface the coveted Phi Ueta Kappa | says she s going to follow her fa-. or the sun and remaining there 101 •.ey. His grides always have been i Iher into politics some day. : about a ycap." the .srMentLs', M- liSh. and he is on the Yale honor, She registered as a ireshman at; plained, ist. recently announced. '• Newcouib college, fashionable glr! Laptev, who.se home is in Char-! school here, and plans lo major otle. N". C., doesn't confine his nthielic endeavors to the gridiron. He is a good boxer, plays a fine game of rugby, and is above the iverasje at tennis. But football is economics and political history. "It would be great fun to be n politics," Rose said. "I guess 1'jn (lualified to say that politicians ore grand jwople." Ilevcrr Oiurcli Celebrated BECKET, Mass. (UP)— The Hrst Cliurch of Becket, for which Paul Revere is believed to have [orgcd the first bell, recently observed the 115th anniversary of its founding I'ast l'iirkj«ce Kxpresi Cull IIUII SUITS! SUITS! Dun I Forget We Have a Line oj Curlee SUITS soil llii' ;it loss li! cost . . . |i;itU-rns . . . mil jro. $OO50 Rxlra Pants .50 IN oufc enthusiasm about "Ovalized Sixteenths" we tiavw't forgotten style... fur siyle, of cuurst', is still and always will lie the top note in Knoi liais. There's a snap in tjic brim and a knack in the lir.js that nobody sccrrfi to gel quite as )Xrrffctly as Knox d'KS - . . Wausc Knui knows howtofithatlrae»<o fare li ncs. HEN'f picked this-, year In one dislrli alone estimated at $12,500. Picke in the Flathead' Lake Valley gall 20 cents gold and still declining, ered at least 25.000 gallons of the In her first year oH the gold j berries, forest rangers said, standard Japan scored a 23 per! -•?•—• — -.-. —^ cent increase in her exporis. and i Hen Steps Up- Production so far this year has maintained j TORRINGTON, "Coiui. tUUP) — (hat rate of progress. .- "' i'Wlth a fine .disregard • for shorter working hours, a 'White Leghorn Huckleberry Crop Go ml ! hen owned .by Edward Rosenbeck KALISPELL. .Mont. (UP)— Mon-j has stepped up egg production and tana's "blue gold" crop—huckle-: working hours. Recently she laid berries—lived up to its name this three, esgs In 13 hours; Rosenbeck wnson. total value of the berries reported. Everybody's Praising "The King of the Road" $1200 Honest Value For Only $600 FEATURES OF THE NEW FORD .V-8 INGE 'way ^ Blatz (Milwaukee) has been brewing good beer . . . Today, Blatz Old Heidelberg is upholding the Blatz reputation for superior flavor, full body, and strength—the qualities you want in beer, and get in every bottle of Blatz Old Heidelberg. BLATZ BREWING C HPANY £,ultitM mi-MTLWAUKEE A. S. .BARHORO r,0. Phone !>20 ' Hlvlhevillc, Ark. THE NEW DELUXE FORDCiR SEDAN $ 610 (P.O. B. Drtioir; plw ftfi^hl und delivfrr- BumJ>tTi ond tpare lilt tf.tiru.) 75 horsepower—112' wheelbase Smooth-running V-t>-pe 8-cylmder engiae—14 beautiful body types ' Silent second speed—Silent synchronized gear shifting New heavy X type frame—Straddle-mounted rear axle pinion Rapid acceleration—80 miles per hour Rubber mounted engine—All-aluminum cylinder heads New skirted fenders—Wide, roomy bodies Automatic spark advance—Down-draft carburetor and air silencer Torque tube drive—Electrically welded steel-spoke wheels Twenty-degree slanting safety-glass windshield—New tiding comfort Four double-acting, self adjusting shock absorbers Steel body construction—Light weight—Unusual operating economy NEW STYLE RANGES Bought at the very Lowest Market. BUY NOW AND SAVE Diamond Enterprise Cast Range For Coal or Wood. . Plain fin-- irfh, Oven is full sixteen inches. InsulsiU'tl oven door. Top is extra largo am! equipped with hot plates and six eight-inch cups. Fire box has aolitl porcupine tire back iincl duplex grate for coal or wood fuel. Warming- closet has one-piece cast front, r.&st ?ide brackets, and two en- nmeled cushion drop doors. Heavy cast • oven door frame concealed w i t li solid sheet nuiu!l. Swing tire door for wood. Full cast. iron Sanitary leg Ijaso. Kxtra large flues. The New Ford V-8 is the Roomiest and Powerful Ford Car Ever Built Most CALL OR TELEPHONE FOR A DEMONSTRATION Complete Service 12 Free Lubrications Phillips Motor Co. Authorized Opposite Hospital Dealer Blytheville, Ark. Black Diamond Coal or Wood RANGE The original and only Black Diamond - - often copied but never duplicated. \Varminjr closet with nickeled frame, drop cushion door, front oven «helf, one-piece dump grate, heavy linings for conl or wont). $1/175 . 24 HUBBARD HARDWARE CO.

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