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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 7, 1933
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.PACE TWELV& BIJTHEVILLK, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOHKU i, ism THS BLYTHEV1LLB COURIER NEWS TBS COURIER NEWS CO., PUBLISHERS 0. R. HABCOCK, Editor H. W. HAINES, Advertising Manager Bole Hatl6h«l Advertising Representatives: ArtrScww D»lliw, Inci Ktv York; Chicago, Dt'oWk, S*. Louis, EjU«5, Kansas Clly, Little " Published Ever; Afternoon Exccyt Sunday. Entered «s second clans mailer ftt the poof office at Blytheville, Arkansas, under act of Congress October 8, 1817. Served by the United Press. SUBSCRIPTION HATES By carrier iu the city of Blytlievlllo, 15c per week or »6.60 per .year In ndvanix. By mall within a radius of 50 miles, $3.00 per year, $1.50 for six months, 85c lor three months; by mall In postal zones two to six, Inclusive, $S.5fl per year, In zones seven and eiglil. 110.00 per year, payable In advance. Give the Blue Eagle a Chance Those who expected to see the heavens open ami to hear a chorus of trumpets announcing the millennium as soon as the last blue eagle emblem was floated over an American factory are going about these ••'ays acting as if they had been deceived cruelly. • Codes beyond number have been signed, and you couldn't throw a stone without breaking a blue-eagle window; but still.the depression continues, men remain out of work, strikes break out across the induslrial belt like a rash, and the prcstiditatnrs down at \Vash- "ington prepare to pull new rabbits on I of-the hat. So you hoar some people, asking plaintively, "What is the mat lev with the NHA?" And others, less plaintive, assert bluntly that the whole program, is a .flop. ¥ * ¥ U is easy to point out that \ve expected too much of the NRA. He- diicing working hours, setting minimum pay scales, and grouping whole industries under fair competition agreements could not possibly restore prosperity niiHided. All these things simply provide the channel Ihrotigh which the recovery current is lo flow. Raising that curyenl. to flood strength is something else again. And l)ccause flood strength has not been reached, it would In: eas'v for us ,• v':\=^5W* ' ' to assume thai the blur, eagle is a less potent bird thim wu thought il was. We could not make a greater mistake in. .judgment, * * * Through one device or another, we . eventually .shall set all the wheels spinning .again; and when that time combs, theh the value of the blue eagle agreements will be fully apparent. VVc shall find, then, thai we have , leaped ahead tu universal acceptance of the theory llml the nation cannot prosper unless its lowliest wage-earner is al=o prospering; that we have, given the common man a new independence, a fairer share of industry's earnings, a more certain protection in his job; that we have given ourselves the reins by which we seriously can attempt to control the mysterious economic processes that govern our nalion- 'al life. In fact, we shall find that wo .have put through something very like a revolution—a peaceful, classless revolution that gives our traditional democracy a splendid new significance. The blue eagle hasn't Hopped yet. It hardly has begun lo lly. —Uriicc Cation. // Must Be Told The iiiition-Vvklc oonlo-t for plans lo end crime' and racketpi-rinn. Imlil by tin 1 United Slates Mas Association, has bcc'ii won'hy a KfiHlunian whu suggests strict censor.'hip of criminal eliiirjfes, criminal news, aivl rc|iorls of criiiiinul trials. Thus once again \vc nii-cl tin,' fanui- iar old theory thai eveiylhiiij; will be. all riijht if only we ifiisnre t!io, exist-' cncc of evil: tin; Uir»r.v which mistakes the .<yn!i>lom for liic disease and tries lo light typhoid fever* with an aspirin tablet. II is dreary business to s^e a wealth of crime ntws in the papers. Granted. But tho solution doi's not and never tan lie in tMippi'os^ii)!,' Hie crime news, lltfocs ri^lH to the fiiiidainenlals of our social organr/.alion. Until the causes of mim: <ire ix'tnov- ed from tile bt-tlruck uf American society, we shall continue to have gangs anil racketeers; ami we shan't know how menacing they arc unless our newspapers Ml us alioul them. Popular " Tl'osc lillr.-i-i'adii-als who have been insisting Ihal the wholn NUA program is ;i "Fasfist" inovi'inenl. anil thitt it is resullintv in solUliticalion of Ihc great capitalists' control over the country, ought to take a glance or two at the session!! of I lie A. F. of I., convention. Here we find the American labor . movement going forward ;is never lie- fore. lls membership is at a new high peak: Us officers talk jubilantly of havinj: 10,000,000 names on the rolls within a year; on every side there is ample proof thai the workinginan lias been given a gre;it new charter of power and freedom and that he is preparing to use it to lhi;_ very utmost. ' : ' ' ' A Kasnsl movemenl dial begins by giving organized labor more strength than it ever dreamed of winning by ils own elforts verily is something new under the .sun. All • hearty its of ills yield lo the iwloncy uf a laugh. —President EwclMo .Maya of SIDE GLANCES By George Clark Yo'.i must ijlvc yonr Him- and money to Uie cause of charity and you miisl. do il (o: the love of God, —Alfred E. Smith. ^ * <- Wcll. if they burn mi: I'll Jiui hnu' lo lake it on HIG chin. — Albert Hates, convicted kki- nfiper. t * T There can be no Inic religion in lhc work! fo lony ;is poverty and wealtli divide society Inlo twin realms of nrll and Sicavrn. --Rev. John Holmes. Ne\v York. Coach Should Be Good Trainer to Keep His Players in Shape Thk it- the fcurlb of a serlts; tein.s, fals. caibohyOialcs, mineral cf irUcIes by Dr. Flshbeln oh j raits and enough fresh fruits and by "Hiiw (o stay In the Game" of athletic injuriw. 11 V !)R. MOKKIS HSUBtlN Kitlior, Journal of the AmeHrih Mrdiral Asstelallon, and of HyKela. Hi,- Hl-altK Maf.iiln* In its survey of lljc physical coh- t'itions of athletes witli a view to prevention ot many athletic Injuries. the coirimiltre of the N'a- to provide nil nettssnry \ltamlns for a cood diet. ! A low protein and a high carto-. Hydrate dirt lends to be most C!P- firnble. coniainiiiB always, however, a reasonable rmnntity of f'rsh fruits and vegetables. Any food taken just before u same or practice should Ijc easily diRCSl- iblc. Athletes preferably ncvav ,:hould take food '.ess than t«-o' lional Collegiate Association cm- h-ours before engaging in any sport. , i:hssl/es particularly the deslr- c^iaj,, food, wh i c h lend' lo re- 'Til kr lo ask you folks onl. hut inv wile li;is limmii; u' ni'viT si'c iiiivlfuiiv :uiv muiv." ability for .1 coach who must corn- tine with his functions Ihosc of Cnincr. to \valcli carefully ovr every on? of his men. Special care must be taken in prevent a boy who has been nl Horn returning to athletics until' lie has mado u compbtc recovery. The commit'.?!. dresses tho fact thai any player who has been 111 enough to keep him out of practice should l>e given al least u simple lest of his heart functioning, prct- eiably by a doctor, before being ptimilled to practice again. If a player has been compelled to be away from .sports for any i considerable length of lime, due to illness or from iny other cause, he should lal:e calisthenics ami fuaded drills of p-e-stiasuiwl period Before joining n round for regular competitive athletics. o * » 111 Ihe old days the trainings, uble was quite a fetish with alh-i le.lic coaches. Much emphasis was! , placed on certain articles of food; •inch ; \-iiich werr .supposed to have s]i»-1 C' : 'l viitue.s in c?rtniu .spurts. i so Tl)l]ny u js re j,,,,, , lm lhc \ main long in ihe stomach, such ,v; pork, veal, and certain kinds of ; fish, should be avoided before en- ! tr.eliig in any athletic competition. 1 NEXT: AMirciicc and jl October 7^ 1777'Batbleof statue of unveiled at Chicago. '4a.™ei Whitrwl Riley born. Loofo out window aix notes -frost ii on the punkin.. Mastodon Tnnlh Kuund GARDEN CITY. Kan. (UTI — The largest mastodon tooth eve: 1 to be found In this country has been uncovered by William Riniiii.j \v'iTiY *2508 Tii"1931'" near here. It weighed 21 pounds, and was in goo;! ctfikthion. In 1032 unemployed Jews in ; Palestine totaled 1303 as compared Read Courier News Want Ads. CHURCH EXCSUES Pjinl Hie great leader of llic early tjiinsuans wrote to the church al Corinth: "Now concerning the collection for Hie saints, as I give order to the churches of Oalatia. so also do ye. Upon the first day of the week let each one.of you Iny by him in slore, ns he may prosper, that no collection be made when I come. —I Corinthians 1S-2. ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Committee. I3LYTHEV1LLE 10 YEARS AGO From llir tiles of the niythcvllle Bally Courier ' Sunday, . Orl. ' 7, 1M.1 Nu paper. Monday. Ol. 8. KI2:!. . J. .liii^rvs, vvlio was forincrly lioslmaster al Rnvcnden. arrived U» nccept ;i position as clerk In Ihc Illythetillc postollico. He IIOIU-F lo move his linnily here provided hi- can luc:iti- 11 house. HP pliuv, lo (jruw up with Blytlicvillp. Tin 1 fuoll^ill team and nboiii 100 i fnns traveled to Osccula Frlilay; iillcinoon. The football team in; piny :ind tlie fans to 'see. nnri; w)nii UK* smoke of battle h:ul' cleared nway Ihe score" Mood. •!•! lo 3 In favor of Blylhcvilli'. r Sunday's Cwnmeivial Apival \ Save pidmi's of Mi-.sdamcs Mar-j vin Rolmisun. .!. \V. 'liadcr. :ii,;i S. S. Ktc-mlK-in. will: a complete nrcoiinl of their work hi Hie He:- mnn Davis niL-mohal <!iivc. Mrs. A. H T3ii:o;-:s. national e:i::;-. mUt'jcman for the American I/-- j Bicn Auxiliary, leaves lu-norraiv: for Sun Fvi'.nci.'.co to :iaenci l:;c| convention in ;ui olfk-:.ilt llr.n \vr.STUN, ion ol a mll- aoiiiilrc, Ij deeply Dllraclcil lo JdA.V U'MU.\G, n pralt? MttuphU clrl. Roh ti In 3Ieiopht« In caa- "r^ MllL bl« (;lt)irr'» new 1M- I'li- iilnul. Jcnii's fnaiUy It poor. Her rnlher, tneaibvr ot an itrtkCo- rrnlle fuinllj, Ullcd hhniell Tenr. nno. Jtcui'ft niolhrr IOUCN Tot her ilnuEhn ts lo hnrt Ihr .oclal too'— lion ilMiici! ber, I'Al 1 . Jonn'i IfiiiiiyiT kfsUT, lovrs lilcnxnre. - s Tie 1^ lnf;tlu:ilcd ividi JEftnY I'llllKUSTJiH, miti ol her eoipto?- '•r. 0»;in confticlm Jerry a jiuollcd |il;ljl,i»T nod !<* trnnUTtil nrtt Pat. IIAUII.VIIA UOUKT.NEI, a popu- lur .,M-!u!J ffirl iThcm Bob V»f\? li. .Volt Vurk. I. Kin ..... !• :'"°l> I' tomi^llcj (o »rtak a • cnlnlivt dnrc nltli Jono nitn tit jrnrm P.arhnr.i ft;,. Included him ,'i ", ll i"" rr 1'arij-. l'n< lend. "lin-lt The iinrlj In o «eiT>c>prr . I s |l,c llic her, !> c.llli ^. Hob , II •-•urncii rniui Ila,b»ro "im in fnkc her t« IIIIIIK rvciliNK 1 ' in u-11 him. Mill" CO OX WITH THE STORT CHAPTER IX jjARUARA and Bob eat at a t!ia fiolel dining room- because Itarbara wauled to see"03 well a» bear tlio orchestra. Once she lUI'i Purdue Frcslirr.en Move _.... __. u . r i C ' SC1U vvurl1 to tho leader, askinit House to tut Expenses! him to play "Look WLo's Here." She smiled at Bob when tbo leader complied with tor reijuest. "It's for you." she taid. "I'm fueling very Important, luring yon away from important duties.' Bob smiled back. Barbara wa» * child—a sweet child. "It's nico hero. Everybody tomes." Barbara cliatlcd oa bright XT. "Tlio pretty eirl at tbe table -; oa your left will be a debutante LAl-'AYK'ITK. tnd. Pnriinc Univei>i!y fre.'-lnne!!. s5:ori of finances and unwilling to vait aiwitlicr year before seeking a i'.icher ctinration. have Act ;ip hoii'efccrpliiR rear the campus. They pinchn.H'il a fv.imr st:ir- lure, eisht by stxli-en fee;, fvom a bridge con.strurUon gaiv^ :r.iu iiionnted il on an old clias'.s. Th- hi)i!<e was Droiiviit" herr ii::d M-t up en :i v:ir- ; ,]it i,,t viiirli i|; n youths ifiuerl for SO cc;i;s a innnth. Tlleir home is eovcrrd "iiii bonrrt. . h" fiTslimni. Wi'.bnr K:blnL.. rihnore, and Burns l^uirk I>;IHI-: bridge, eilirniite their «>.•'.• for Ihe jcar will nol txu'cii f2Cu i.ioli.i including all tce.s ami bim'x.s. : Mevi-hant. !>(!, Crtrhralrs I'ONTIAC. Mich. iUl'i-Hiini-..- s si ,' : .s ;i:-mi occupied Oliver L. HL,.K-I 1'iito.x- on the d.iy in which lie ; observed his Pljlli b:rllu!:i'. an:i;-' ver iiiy. Oldcsl imrc!i.-.n: in i'i,n-i Hue. he takes ;in i-rtur :;, ;, ; offin uevt season. Two other girls who will probably maka tueir debuts In llic full nre at tbo table in trout of us. Of course," sbc wen 1 on. "1 just. Uaro you to look a Hob aL-ked, vecrins away Irom a dangerous topic, "Wliat's the oxcitinj LCWS ypu promised ma? "I'm carrying you away to t bouse parly down i Carol Sberidan, tbe girl you lik'ec nn the parly last nijlit, is slvln It. Tlie Sbcridana bavo tha lovt licst old home! Its been in the! family for generations, ssvcll crowd is going." "When did you say?" "Wc'ro drivjng down 1'rida morning and .<!oming back Suu day afternoon." "I'm forry. Barbara. I couldn't] Bab asked, vcermi il^oj! Itom a danfcious tubjcct, "H'haCs (/ie cxdiing news?" • -it.... . . . *. given only rtisual,- 'Impersonal • friendship. Bob, cleverly and subtly, i Joan. fcouldn't llilnK^ol nskinfc .;«u to Imvo her. Carol. \Vliat woulil your mollier lliink!-' Carol lausbed. 'Slio isn't *s broadmindert as I am —but she j doesn't need to know the svbultj [story. Go ahead and nak Tier] .I'd liato terribly to see you tur'u ;j-v/ur liandsome millionaire over . to her." I Uarbnra ninbcil angrily. Slio I li:id no siK'ii intention. :ilie saiil j sweetly. "I really tbiuli it's . darliiig ol you. iliouab somoliow ! I'm afraid you shculdrt't Include : ber. It's ar,-[i;IIy ban] lo mix ! "Well, I'll rl,k it. II sbi; ' . doesn't mix slie'll bo siibiner^eii- ivbeii Ibal biintb besins iiarly- ; "I'll Eiinml Lli:b onl." Ijarlmra. : put down ilio lukpbmie nnil sat •fur a moment tvelin;; III'. 1 lea-,t-n o[ triunnili ^lirj-jn:;. )lcr eyes j shnnc. Her cheelis wero IIUHlicd. ilt was so inipurtatit lo make e.t- |aclly llu; ri^bt moves. There w;n • ^urnl. reeling iliiri she. l:arba:a.- . bad so awfully Kencroiis ami .'bousUtful. "SulHiierued." Carol : said. \Vell. ibat was c\aclly j II c way a ^irl sl.ould feel, ilclib- •crntel.v <.'di.;in!i in where bbt liad .00 riybt. prolinbly leadiri^ I5i>h nn I to lielipve si): h<.:Vii!;<.'rl LU tua ' rigl t cfov,-[i. 11,^ MUJAKA called I'.olj then anil ! broa'.bed Ifn; nfun. ]le ;ip- prov.-iMiearliiy. 'j'iio ullicrhy wi!!i wiiiel. ho atcL-ptec) k-ti llarban sliakeu wilti niiger. LviOently a Iiouso parly willi Joan present was somcllii.ig else! linb passed tbe invitation o* to _. J .. itbal Jbau Waring was impossible! Then tbo not, defiant challenge l ° r Mm. Simply Impossiblo. flung to ber unknown adversary. Barbara's eyes met Bob's. Siio "Slio can't hat* him"" ~ told herself. Kaisin; her ojes to meet Hob's, i "I'll talk it over iviih Mutiier," :slie said, "anil lot you kuo'r to- salfl slowly, atriving for tlie . im!" Barbara I tliought they TOFO not Quito so! Jo: , n [cm ,j ,, cr :nolhcr „, l!lo (riemliy nu-.v-. A 5 lie hitcllcll- Mr5 . ft - aring ttas sUli to meet Bob's, ^"s^. Intuitively, her antason- • ue3r tha wo[u , >]d hllclicll , alltft , riving for tlie Is ™ to Joan, bhe must be morej t i m was always a,mtles4lv clean wistful ettecttblt always encceed- 1 Buanletl. Hie situation was eo-; a i, ovvl o[ potatoes In her" la u od so well with men. "I'm taking j«B to retire, tact. Plenty ol . .. Uarli ,,,,,, s:lfl , Joa ., |d .,. ( Ibis rather hard. \ou see 1 am so ""• lyou tccl somcliincs as ihon::!, vo,, awfully disapiomUd. 1 was sure Marbara tclcplioncd to Carol ; ncTcr wamcl i lo sco anot i." er ',,„ ' wl " ' you would eome, 'Bob, and all my Diana were built around your go- can'l conic. Carol." slie said. "He I don I inmJ a bit. I'm so usu! ji r3 \ V a rin[ . 6mi i C il criiniv decidcJ bitterly. Aloud s!ie said. Istvcclly. "II lliis girl were buly "Joan Waring!- 1 don';, believe some one else I'd as' ; you to "Let liic potato^ alone Joan Uo I know her." ;. ; ;3<1 "ff,? h " 1U SOD ' a " lace l! you and ilrcss for your y oaUE .nan." "Well, you've missal some- ' wu "Wby, ut course. TEicrc'a worlds "Bvidcnlly." Then suddenly "Thero'3 loads of time. Mother, I'm Inv'tcd oa » bousfe party." ;of Jpi-in. H w»-= slupid of iae not "Why, Joan, that's lovclyl i When aio you going. flarlinK'" s:ia rcnitm- 't» IhinV of that. 1 posjiiny tniikc tt." 'iiirco witliout &ocius Joan! liiKu.niL's eyes uict lin. llcr ; bcrcd. 'Waring -^— Waring? I! j "<j| : . but I. couldn't." Barbara i "I'm not sure I want Xo go." voico ban a ^litua cdp as fho couldn't be tbe same girl. >ei llic ,imi..crcd. "Xot this sin. It'alJo'n aa!d. Sho began to voice " 5, "Joan," slrack 4 chord o! ^Juan Wai ing." [doubts. About tbe fctrange bOru*. 'Never hoard of ber." jstransa people. Tbey wtre iciii- "Xo. I dou'l suppose you bavo. | '"S her because tboy wanted Boi>. was Hie girl—a complet" out- ! ot course. Ebe bated llie thiugl-t s:iiil, ".Vow. Bob. dou't tell ma' tlio >voik couldn't go oo without'memory, you. Vou've a date with someone, i '.^-i,.' ..... bavca't you?" ! lliere a3 '-\Yariaj sitl al He hadn't but lie would have sc'iool one year,' Barbara said. '4way, Molly inj ilaull t l,UL IJ« KUUUI UHVO ,.,rl A. T «-A^k - a*l-lv \T diy with ber. Tbero bo wanted to tell bar --that s'le was tbo sweetest, "Joia has » wobdertul roles. And Nolly tiaiii" !> ft Iriaui o! hers." Icarcsl, mu=t wondettul girl in'j "II muJl 6a Uio arh)« gitll-Bul world. jllial's strange- 1 —" "W'bat's alrange about II?" I>AKBAi:.\, n-aicliitis his fare, j " : ^ said abruptly, "\Vljy nol be W OU honest, Hob. It's a dalo with a Vnow tb« .Wftrlngs. llfl!" iuuecr." That you ehpnlil know her. 1 wouldn't hare. thought ybn *ould It saeras i 'I'liera was .1 moment o( silence,land wouderrul." j ixbilo li.ubaia sludlei) her" platt '. ! tlioiijlilfully. Onlvvardly sbe was' i ::iiui i!,n hi tjc.r iieart site l^lt a ! "Thai's whsl I-thought. Queer Eider—that Molly Davis was so jot accepting another svrVs InvHi- eta^.y about ssveril years ago and I 1 ' 011 through IJarbara Cosrlity. pushed lor.cvorythios-^oven her : "Yoims people aren't tn-.UM own sorority." i aa 5" more," fald Mrs. ",Varlos. 1 "t haven't any clothes." "Why. dear, your clotlics trt "Well, «h* Wuit b« &H right tu«n." .LU UKUB was .anolbfcC _»ilenc». liaiiwra I'ulnkin?, plan "But sue Isn't! scindal — her snicido ycara ago. H was «nread all over tha papers. Ho embezzled a lot ot inoacy and n 'vroman was ffliied up lu it, too!" "Oli, I do sienl to rctheniber. .It waa-tho classic ecanQal ol uiy icbildbood. Ar.5 J6D suri) it's tha saiue tSmilyt" •'I'm potithe." "Too bad." ....... blnni. niiicasuiiini; fur). Jealousy : niiiK. |t was lu«ky : that tbls "01 coar«*," Earbars said, "I' TUJ: VH.'^ '.-iv. .^| .;( His uirl—wluttor sbe was— :otlicr girl was ijoi a raembir o't|wouldu't care about lliat. old T| ftiaclt «,n'b biMdnaj bar uowil, ber world, ft would , story '.tusclf an'l Irum nhgl liubl Invitations you gel." -Mother wanted her to p->. Moll,- cr didn't kno* nhat really ! 0 velj thine* <vcro, tbe kind o! clolnei those nlber glrlj wore. Tbe tclephou" rant .iud ..V.IQ pu^l down tlis potaAov3 tn answer. "Tbla Is Bjriara Courlnay." canio ati cvcu, pErsi/ashe ^olc*. ;"Diii Hub \VesUa ccill yon about j tbe boose parlj v" "We i| U :,o !uu .••:'[> coini'::." "I'd loie i".' ' ,.n s till "II IS.Hk l'il.;rl viiils iti«. U«r(nr«, hud bten' be only a nj-iller ot tituo J»1j»»;i tba must-be lovely,. Only Ij (lo He Cuulluueil)

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