The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1933 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 13, 1933
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t AGE FOUR BLYTHEV1LLE. (ARK.) COURIER NKWS MONDAY, NOVEMBUK 13, 1933 THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS .'•THE COURIER NEWS CO., PUBLISHERS ..-.-_.... o.'R. BABCOCK, Editor ' H. W. HAINES, Advertising Manager Bole. National Advertising Representatives: ' Arkansas Dallies, Inc., Now Vails,' Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Dallas, Kansas Ci'.y, IJIUo Rock. estucss to tliis can full lo notice. Ihiil no one — Ui'ucu Culton. Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday. Entered as second class matter at the posi office ill liiythcville, Ar- kftiisas. under act of Congress Oci tober 9, 1911. Served uv me United Press. SUBSCKlFl'ION RATES By earlier in tnc City of Dlytlicvllle, 15o per k or $650 per year In advance. . uy mall within a radius of 50 miles, *3.00 per vear si 51) for.slx months. 85c lor three months, t,y mall In postal *ones two to six taetolw. »6^0 per year, in zones, seven and eight, per year, payable in advance. ____ Still In the Mood For . a New Deal • Whatever eke the vobrs may have on their minds, they at least sent a roll of thunder cracklint: along l u ° hori/on in the recent municipal elections, and no weather prophet worth his salt cau fail to read a warning in it. No one party and no one issue triumphed.' Instead, it seems that llu; electorate arose once more with bloud in its eye and swung a heavy club. ; New York gave Tammany Hall a terrific defeat. Pittsburgh elected a Democratic mayor and Cleveland elect- ki,a Kepublican. A Socialist sailed in\o] pfficc in Bridgeport, Conn., the Varc machine took a licking in Philadelphia, and Detroit clcctetl the son of gcnator Couxens. [''In addition, the 18th amendment got it; final Wow and within a month it will have ceased to be law. * » * What/docs it all mean 1 .' Chiefly, it means that the vulers still are on the warpath. They still arc in the mood thai possessed thotu a year ago—which is to say. that they are anxious to vote "again.H/' that they arc exceedingly critical of the "ins" everywhere. It would be impossible to make u worthwhile appraisal of the rcconslruc- tion now being attempted in Washington without-taking this into considera- • tion. • * * The profound dissatisfaction which blew the ltd off a year ago ha* not died down. People are tired of empty promises and mediocre iwrformances. They are serving notice anew that no officeholder who fails to take Ihe demand for a new day into account can hope to survive. That all this puts the national administration to a severe lest goes without saying. It has promised much and il has started much. These promises and these actions must run the gauntlet of a nation that is tired of fooling. They have got : in plain Kuglish, to be good. The promises must be sincere ard the actions must bn effective. For the •municipal election'; simply reaffirm n temper that was made evident a year ago. There is a grim earn- The Blue Eagle Is Heard It Viitlier looks as if the American people arc i>orlWlly willing to j;o out of their way lo trade only with dealers who lly the Him 1 Kaglo. Theodoiv Kabul is, dine-aud-dani.-e place proprietor nl' (Jury, Intl., lost his Blue Kajrlu on Oil. (i, after it was working schedules ili.l wl conform to worldling sdinhili's oi<i not conform to the NHA standard. KahtitiH went to the compliance board, deinonstratfd finally that he was paying more than the minimum and working his employes less than the maximum allowed, and got Ills l?luu Kagle back. ile had opf,viiti!il without it for just one month. And during that month, be says, bis luisini'.-is fell u(V 50 per cent. As he ptil up anew the six Blue Kitjjlus tliat dccorati: his windows, he said, "Oh, hoy, am I flail to have "cm back!" A neat little di'mi>n. J lralion, Ibis, that the NKA insignia has a very gootl cash value for (he business man. I Ajtcr Spanking Tammany To Fiorcllo l.a Giuirdia L-omus a chaiicu fov pnlilic surviuu .such as is g-ivou to few Aiiit-Tieiuis. : The niisruly ol' Taimriitny Hull in Nu'w York lisis hmi notorious for many years; uiiiuilly nnlorimis, Ico, lias been the itpalhy of New York void's in the fate of corruption ;uul woeful incoiti- Rheumatic Fever One Disease That Animals Are Free From As much as scientists have been animals, such as guinea ,>igs, as subjects in their attempts to find causes and cures of human illments, they have failed so fin- to make nny progi'Ci-s by this uethod In the study of rheumatic or rheumatic fever, most serious human , The reason for this difficulty is that It Is impossible to reproduce animals similar lo the human rheumatic fever, by injection of the streptococci, or erms, found In the human cases. As a result, the medical world the dark about the cause of this disease. Since the cause. he original eranaparents, with coronary disease. Each of these children developed rheumatic heart disease or St.- Vitas dance. The children lived In different parts however, must he present through- Id and certain people diicasc, there must be some Individual sensitivity this disease. Nfnreover, some people infected streptococci Bel heart others eel inflammation joints, others develop CHURCH j EXCUSES By Gfo. VV. BarbiB Dear Aunt-: Archibald said lo thank you for St. Vilws dance, and ol f.vo states. | calling our attention to the Red Not only Is a certain type of Cross and Tuberculosis drives that will soon be on. I just don't sec how we could get along without your letters and advice. I suppose we are like a lol of people who have good health—we never think of llie thousands that are sick with tuberculosis and are not financially able to lake care of themselves and must depend on llie money received from the sale of Christmas seals. Your letter has taused us (o think of this as we never thought of it lieforc and it Is like you say, llils disease is no respecter—II attracts the high as well as the low. Of course, a iwi'son with plenty of money or has people able to look after them IIP.VO a much better chance than those who must depend on others for help, and so often people are just like Archibald and I have nnnan helng likely to develop this 'lean disease, but ihcrc are various types of inflammation which vary with the body constitution. Some persons develop the condition affecting the heart only, while others develop the condition affecting llie joints. * + * Persons dying from rheumatic fever develop a rerlain lypc of inflammation in Ihe tissues of Ihe heart of which Is characteristic the disease. Tills apparently caused by the specific toxin, poison, or bacterial vims which is the cauw of rheumatic fever. Medical scientists, therefore have concentrated ihelr attention pariicularlv on this change in the lUsuc and have tried to lesl on animals various toxins that might some show trouble with the skin. [ cause rheumatic fever. " ' ' i A Particularly Interesting point] "J,. ost lx , rfect health AHvivs ho- •riio disease tends lo occur is Ihe fact.lliat ,1,1s toasr- does | ™ ( te, Ihe K«l Crc^ dri" started Archibald would lake c' among members of the .surne family where all members eat the same kind of rood and are expio- to the same types ol climate hygienic condilioiis. not seem to occur with any quonny in tropical or warm fre- climates. The reason for this is unknown. Many people think it is membership for his family let it go at tliat. Then when th'o Christmas seals were offered, he associated with the lessened am- v . m]U] b flvc or ten mUc seals. -.. one known family, the hus- ; ounl of infection of the throat. your letter has opened our eyes band and tlic wife died of a .dU-1 There seems to be some indica- !fhls vral . WP w m „„£ lre .^ Q,^ ,, s ' ease affecting the coronary ar- j Uon that-Jerome ^ses of^rheii-| Jusl „,,,, mmc opj>ol . tunltl ', (() ma l :c terics. which supply blood to the ! malic lever tend to improve if I heart. Among their children three i ihcy are taken to tropical areas. : sm .] c( , lo those less fortunate „ donation but as one to be of i| '''iJutiyou'iifcyer.-fite pirates in Ions pants." developed high blood pressure at (he age of 30. In each of their families there has been one child, grandchild ol fection: But some cases actually relu|)te under the.^e conditions. It depends, of course, on virulence o fthe in- Asia contains half the population of the world. Now, at last, tlio metropolis lias luul ;i new ilcnl. l.a lltiardi;'. goes into office with si cle:ir inandiitc lo insike the kind of clean-up llie city lias needed for a generation. Nnl for many years has any man luul .such it chance to make a record <>.s an honest and cap- alilo public oll'itiiil. ' That the eyes of the nation will be on this fiery little Italian (joes without saying. He has MUUII given u tremendous opportunity. All America will wiilch sympaliictieally and hopefully to see what he doe.-; v.'itli it. 10 YEARS AGO from the flics or (he BJjthertllr Dally Courier 'Hot .v —^ '- LffiW By Laura Lou BROOKMAtt = 01913 f-£A <£».-££. be.— t Tuesday. Nnv. 13, 1923 • ' Saturday nnd Sunday an air- \ plane man from Memphis arrival j In his ship, secured a Inncliim place on the Vail alfalfa, easl ol j llie city limits, nnd has been making rcgulur trips carrying passcn- | gel's [it $7.50 each or two nl ii trip for $12, mid business wns good. Di The deputy sheriff at Di-11 Is credited with making a big raid on alleged crap shooters at nit; Lake Sunday, and hauled in 31. Since the fine is nround $50 with the trimmings added, it wns <iuitc a good day for fees for his office. To put horror across I vcaily have to feel horrible, ;\nil liiat is unpleasant. — IJela Hungarian actor. It yiiu cannot i'ay it with nur.ibi'is, you cannot Fay it at all. —Prof. T. M. Simpson ol (he Uiiiveisity of Flbrida. IIKCI.N Il[:i£l0 TOUAY A V I 1) UArVMSTnil rclarni llolljrtvimil to ht» former f, Tmnnnt. Tnr a rr«t. lie I* m In'rur^il ADICKi: AM.Ktt. iii-tmx. nbu ham JlKcd hint. UrmnlMcr anc* In (Unnt- r \\Hti [if- n1M frlfniT. JI>1 rAX r !0.\. nntT fiLJri<r ot The 'I'rrrnanl Fo»t. I,ntcr he tJikfji n cal> IIUJML-. 'Hit c.ih I* linllnt in from ot the Sbrltiy Aniix. ii|.:irlincnt rioccl. hT a traffic light. A eirt come* oat or the hotel mill nnln-5 10 tke cab. Whto nlic «r-c» ItnnnMrr chc I* emtKir- rjisifil hit | ncTirrs (o rlilc ivllb him in lirr ilcsllnntlnn. In the lip Until* lirr hnndlmp nnd lllllT. A fl'IT Hint II rnntnlni : te» later «ti The servant's house of Leon • Smith on Burdeltc road was" burned Monday morning, with Ms con- [ tenls. .Vi'il tiutrnEn? llnnnlalcr read* thru TEIACV [tl.\(;. 4trrlir)ilr3 lojnlrr Ln n ninvlr Ihrnlrr, hni liprn fotlrnl iFrnil In bin npnTltnrnt nl llip Slirll>r Arm*, f'ollce nre lixtMiu: r«r un -iniknOTTn lilontl" "In, vUlml Klnir Ibc; nlt;ht lic- lorr. M.uiiil.lvr. trnii-nilicilnc IKr clrl In Ihe r:ili, U (lurried. J)ni^nfo\Tn Irtlrr I|I:L[ niornliitc he meet* her Blythcville people reluming from Oracola Saturday night witnessed Ihe bnrnitiB of the old wharf at Osceola. Being on the waler's edge u ml old nnd dry it made » spcc- tacular demonstration. Street Car Ilurrlril Him Home I5ERKKLEY. Cal. (UP) —James Madison. 50, wanted to get home from Oakland in a hurry. Growing tired of walling for the Creek Route ferry, he commander: ed a street cur for the trip. He is being detained for observation. Tlu-ss Greek judges are iilcn'.. siill. —Samuel In- Thc wife of a llincui c:iils him "K" for short, since his name is Kamuk.shi Satyanarnyana Varapra sncla Vecrn Vankatn L«ks:unara- fhimba Rao Pantnlu Garu. You ncvor can tell when I'll be silting clown huiu. trimming l"ts again. —lildu Vcltori. Mctrujsolilitn Opera singer. xo\v r.n ON WITH THE S CHAPTER IV 'T'llB slrl rnuserl, chin lifted a Irillc ilcllanily. "Welt." she snld stcaillly, "wliy don't you take mo lo l!ie police? Tlint's wbat ynii'vc ccme for. Isn't it'.'" Soiuelioiv Bannister couldn't fiiii tlio norils tio wanted. "Dul— " In slaiiiincidl, "I moan--" "I'll rnilicr get It over with,' tlu sirl nssiircJ him. "RUlit away Wliat a:e you wailing lor?" Slie wns dressed exactly as toil l^eii iho uiglii before. I;i tin yrccn siii; vviiii Ihe hit of (ur a the ttiroi'. anil Uio close-iitlln Kioen hat. A llllle of Hie briglil li:u:oy-coinicil linir slutwctl bel ll;e lui ;:t cnrli side or her Inc? her an nsr or innocence, face. S!ie suireil al him j ?p -"l nn iii:li?;ievtn^ tone. Flie! v ' 23 iiskcd. "Yii'i mean—you aren't go Im to arro.-t :in-.'" "I'm not a rnllcci:inn,' lip said. "[Jiil you think I was? I ili'ii't !;,'.ilw njiy ro^Mn wliy 1 Uitt; you In Hie dreai- America actor, born. = John Drew, great American- actor, born. By Williams DOT OUR WAY /WHY;THEY WAS OW TH COUCU — ILL BET IT TOOK YOU JUST TWICE AS LONG TO GET THEM TO STAY U P THERE,AS IT WOULD TO HAVE PUT THEM VJViERE THEY BELONG. - v^ AN 1 YOU'D OF HOWLED IP TO LAID ON 'EM- SO ar- tors are made, born. m OTHE.RS GET GKAY. She was reciting tile -.vords slowly, Intently. "1 slug a little," ihu ,1 girl went on. "Not professionally, ' but I've oflca sung In putilid." "You Knew Tracy Kiugr' Han. nister asked. _ Her face, that had seemed uale before, nhlteneil. "I'd never seen him before in all m? life!" slie 01- claimed. "Never— before lasl iilelit. And I flliln't kill him! I Eivear 1 didn't! Oil, please believe me when f tell you thai!" JJAN'NlSTEft "Then you 1 tllG pOllCOX 11 u't kill him! ? ily lio wns moved lo ac- tlnn. lie iniEln bo m:ikir:s a mis t:ikn tun lio couldn't help It. "l.:.-rc"ii." !ie palil. "you can't stay I.ITI-: Ami ynu slMuhln't lie wear- In- Mini? i-lniliea ijuii'i jou know lh:!l'; You're laliiiis n lerrihlp | things, rifi;—- '. where where we can laik. he iloii.iiifi? dropper', from l!ie! "'''here's a room rlslit mind lo keep Tracy King. 3 " the affair ol night boforc strictly to Himself, j about llic ulrl's facc leaned forward. were llicrc!" lie, said '"You were la King's apartment. You're tlio Eirl tlic aro looking tor!" "But I tell you I didn't I 1 didn't!" "Tlie gun—?" "It wasn't loaded. I told you tliat list night! My fatlier gave it to ma years ago. It's— one. of tlio few valuable tilings 1 own. I thought tliat It I needed money I could sell It—!" An extremely unlikely Btory, Uannlster very well knew, but lie must hear tlia rest ot it. "And BO you we.'U to King's apartment." lie prompted. The girl hesitated, eying him ns though uncertain whether or not to continue. Then llie worila came- with a rush. "Yes. I saw Ills name outside a tlicaler— Tracy King. I've Bung in bcm fits 1n theaters and 1 thought maybe ho could give me a job or help mo get one. I was ihe on. Il lay In smooth, sofl waves j a f rn |,| Ul( ,'y woll | (hvt tct mo , a |;, ' i lo Km |f j BCI)t lo l|]c I]iCTter _ 5o :/ a; •kcd. Helping her to evade the liollcc ] *,.'*„ ., , 11 looked up his address In i:-.e te: was another matter. F°" "" ""* " ma """"^ ' B ' ! «« "«" "\VI,v, 1 dou't know-" he lie- i s ^ cle(1 lhat '"« clnscly ' nn<1 rcgislercd approval. Slio was pret- '""Oh. Please! Yon m, i? U" I"-"" ^ "° ' I1M » S *•**»** , pheo „„, l titlally „,„. ! girl he had seen, llumlreds ot per- • "l.i&lcn." liannister said s^hsr'.y "maybo you'd belter (ell mo a few \Vo ought to go some- tetlly featured Hollywood faces routed llial claim. This girl had "I«ist nSglit I weni it«re. It look me a long time 10 ttml tlio Tie clerk i told me Mr. King's npriituient llls? « irl eagerly. "NobodJ ' Isometliins else—characler and dia- I Unction. He liked tlio raliier blgh toreliead, the tilt of the nos.\ Hie . , , , Mtns drawn generoniiy and. lliongh n it when 1 left a minute ago. I v . . • muloulitcdly coverea liy rouge, ot a shade approaching naturalness. And this girl was wanted tor iiiimlc-r. . ... ,, "Well." lie said uneasily, "yon her, aud was amazed at hiniicu. ,, . , ,, wcre goins lo tell me aliout il— .ha way lo the writing ^^^ .,,,, tc|1 „„ wry . thing," she agreed, "It only you'll help me. I—1 must loll someone. t can't stand it any longer!" "Maybe we'd better begin wilh I'l!—I'll tell you all about everything—hut promise you'll help She led ti;ii 1 rnoia— a small, Irregularly shaped i : .u tliai if you ktrp 0:1 wear- '• retreat with a few desks shaded >.i!irscll ai !ir.ii!.ii:arlcr3." j 'uiuiflicd rather like a small ho- Tins sirl's ey>73 sn'.i;ht bis "i id parlor, and. in (act. was used know!" ?:,o saiil. "i!jt I iiavon't anviliia:. el.-o lo near, cm atmlil tn go om to buy nnxibinfi. afraid soinr.iap >M:I see [no. • cl'lotly for that purpose. ! There wa3 no one oho tbere. At I'm i "" tar cn d'of Iho room two large Oil 'club cliatrs liad boco turned so to tio. names," lie " JIIno l3 |V\VIU IIANMSTKIl hadn't ev reeled ai;i:l:lng of the sort. A few i,,oni«i-.!a bofore sli« had I can't ! " at " 1e *' faced tho ElrKL Only •. the backs ot the chatra wero vlsl- p ] M ,li n , i lile from the doorway, Uanntater „ ' ''"jsaw tliem and strode forwatd. Will yo:i j..n cr(;i " 1,0 j A |,| t "lei's sit here." "Oil, will I They settled themselves and Ban! nlster, screwing his neck shout uncomfortably. concluded they were safe from observance for the llnio being. "Take off your hat," ho suggest- c seemed a thoroughly poUcd youns I look different." woman, amply sure of hersstt. She hail ticeri sure or l-.erself tte night She drew off the cap-like bit of felt nnd ribbon and '»'.-t;vl tor that one In. l irnr,,l lo 50 Into tl" ! raised one nand to smooth her hair. Very attractive hair, wlia golden high lighti and Bannister, by the way—Uavld Ilia- ulster." "Oh!" She eyed him tnfmlrlngly. "I've heard that name somewhere. You're not— T' "No oua ot the slightest Importance, 1 assure you. I'm—well, just now I'm out of a lob." He thought for a moment there was jympnthy In the gray eyes. Tliei, they turned away. "Out ot a Job," the girl repeated. "Tbat'o why I came to Tremoat. I thought I could get a Job here— "• "But you haven't told mo you are?" "My name," Franc*. I do"' 1 laid. 'Is he In TremonU i! made op his I darker, richer tones la the si-ad-jcami." . [ r r« sever heen here before, but ] h>4 lo have a job. That's why I j nnnilier ami over liie telephone t.-i !said 1 could come up. I f'/^l King saiil so. He let me ID and I ' nskcd ahoiil getting a chance, to sing In the Ihcater. lie wa'ii i very encouraging hut lie lold mo liiat If I would come there—lo thn theater—l!il3 morning ai:out U o'clock he'd hear my voice. "Then 1 thanked him and said good night and came away. When 1 got outside 1 saw thai II was ralulng. There was a cab o:u l» front and 1 ran for It. You-you know (be rest—" "There wasn't anyone else Ihcro wlih King?" Bannister askcil. 'You didn't sea anything In Ilia east suspicious, anyllilng lo ex- •lain—\vliat hapaeaed afierwanl;" "^"o, ihcre wasn't anyone elsa .hero. Just Mr. King. He cliiin'l seem worried or anything. 1 dun't know anything about what happened after that. 1 didn't know uulil this morning—" "Well, than." tald nnnnhter easily, "I don't sea tliat you have much to-be frightened about. The best thing tor you lo tto Is to tell the police this whnie slory, lust as you've told It to me. Oh, there'll be eoma roultr.e (juejllonlug, o( courss—" "Oh, but I can't!" "Way not?" "1 can't!" Juliet France repeat- el fervently. "And-thcre's Emritjl thing else. I've got to go bac* there again. I've g<H lo gel hit* la that rnon!" (To lie Continued)

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