The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1931 · Page 4
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fAQE FOUIl BLYTIIKVII.T,R. (ABK.V COUWKR NEWS THK BLYTHEVILLE COUR1BII NEWS THE COURIER NEWS CO., PUBLISHERS O. R. BABCOCK, Editor H. W. HAINKS, Advertising Manager Sole National Advbrtislns Kopresvnlallvtsi The Thomas P. Clark Cu. Inc., New York, Philadelphia, Allimta, Dallas, Sat'. Antonio, San Francisco, Chicago, St. Louis. Published Every Afternoon Kxccpt Sunday. Entered ns second class matter ai the l»sl ofilce at Blytheville, Arkansas, under net, of Congress October 9, 1911. < Served by Hie United Press SUIISCIIIJ'TION IIATKS By carrier in the city of Blythevilie, 15c per week or 53.50 per year in advance. By mull within a radius of 50 miles, $3.00 per year, £1.50 for MX months, 85c for three months; by null hi postal zones two to six, Inclusive, 50.50 per year, ia fonts seven and cljlH, $10.00 pir year, payable in advance. Looking Ahead Probably l!iu worst of the uiwmploy- menl difficulty is over. Every sik'ii indicates thut tlie depression is ending. Within r, compar.'Uivoly short limn the country should be w;ll on its way back to normsil prosperily. NevertlK-lcss. we sliull simply In; asking for more trouble in the future if we fail to make, every effort to understand just whnt the depression has meant in terms of hunmn suffering. The depression itself may be cndinjr, our study of it should jnsi be beginning. In this connection, it is worth while to look :tl u sludy of the effect* of unemployment on 50 American, fatnilio?, mad; by the magazine., The Family, which is published by I lie Family Welfare Association of America. This shows just what happens in a family whose income is shut off Cm- a loin: period. "The center o[ interest in ihc« 00 household;;," says.the report, "was food —-whether there would be more or Isss of it; and work—whether there would be any at all." After a shortnge of funds compelled public r.-linf aijencie.s^ to stop aiding these families, it was found thai many of them were living on bread, potatoes, collet: ;>i!ii ivcait soup. This was especially a common diet for children. Butler, milk, u'uit and meat, bring the most expensive foods, were the lirst to bo eliminated from llu table when unemployment hit the families. A scattering of part-time jobs kept the families from act rial starvation. Their incomes, ov;r a period of months, averngcd from '§!> to ?15 a week per family. Rent and insurance were the iir.st obligations allowed to lapse. Thirty-two of the familirs were from one l» 1G month:; rent in arrears; and this was ck.-pite the 1'aet that (heir rent averaged only about ?15 n month. Xiuu families had been evicted. The three families that 'had been buying their homes hnd either lost them or had receive;! warning notices. Incidentally, there were more native- born than foreign-born i'uiiiilicv in this group, and some of the wage-earners had been highly sktllc-d workers who-e pay checks normally ranged from ?f>0 to ?70 a week. In 35 of_ the families there were two or more children. "Although no catastrophic changes had oi'turnKi," says the report, "a slow disintegration of moral and general living conditions was taking place ... Of the families forced to move into cheaper quarter.s l(i were living in rooms which had no electricity, 10 hud no K;IS and one no running water." All of this is worth remembering. Prosperity will return, in full measure; but wi. must never allow ourselves to forget just what those hackneyed words, "business depression," mean to His people who hear the brunt of it. and that intoxication with leid or the fern; of disturbance as- I sedated with diabetes may lend to j anglim pcctorls In sums people, j .There are several conditions at- 7] fecrinj the heart which may pro„:-.;: '.luce pain in Unit rejlon, hut the pain of arutina iKctoris is distinctive. It begins suddenly as'n sharp, blabbing pain, or a dull grinding pain wiiii the feeling of pressure in ilie chesl. H radiates upward the shoulder and may even Fear Competition What we Marled cut lo write about was the GC-od-w:!! trains, advertising Wisconsin's d.ilry Industry, which the .'/.ate legislature ha 1 , annually sent through [lie south. l-'anKi-is, \u' believe, v ere rtchirlL'd into thinking that tlie price for their tnv.s wo'ild be stimulated by liies- 3.ic! such :.lo;:ans r,.". "A Unity Cow on Kve:y Fiu'in," and 'Trr -pi-rliy l-'ci!mvs the Hairy Ciw." The urt:i:ntenls utre |>orsuasive to many soulhcin larmii's who were commencing to rcai- 1/ce the c-ian;;er of their one-crop cotton raising, and who welcomed something moa- stable. 'Ihey !ook io dahjliH; in Inrt;e numbers. Various factu:.-. tttch :'.s limilci! comiicUlioii. laij^vi outlets closeby, etc.. tended to make the new venture even mere lucrative than In the !i: stale. Wisconsin's T-B and bulterfat leslcc! bovines were, ar.d .'till are, In t;reat demand. The south, in fact, lias sone into the dairy Industry, which Is sjiowlny by leaps and bounds every- tiny. Ho\v the farmers of the yrcul noiihwfst have a sc-rious problem facing ll'.em. Tiiey too, are tired (jf llux "least or famine" life of one- crop agriculture. Whetit Is now selling lor le.5S lluiti the clost of production, and is liable to go low: 1 . Tile menace of dirt cheap Russian wheat h ilflriui; them In the fncn. Soviet Russia, we untlcrstiind, contemplates wheat raisin;; (in an enormous :,i-ab. and despite a lunvy larilCcnn umiersell the American smwrrs. The situation lu the Dakolas and Montana is be- comlnj tler-peitite. Millions nf dollars advanced liy the I'ertrrnl farm bnnrd have failed lo cut much of a figure. Strangely enough, if ihe northwest give:; up wheat raising or diversifies to other lines, dahy- 1ns Is Ihe most logical, in fact the only, avenue of escape. Should Wiscoi:iln send another goodwill train through this territory, lo advertise ihe stability. Ihe monry lo be made .from our rjrenl- est industry? We think not! We want lo adverlis2 Wisconsin's dairy pro- duels, yes. We want the world to know about the fine butlor and cheese made here in the ]iat!ser state. Land 0' Lakes Creameries, Inc., Uns [\dmtnibvy dcmuivvtvracd whnt cnn lie 1 done with a triule nrsme anrl advertising for n gnotl brand of bu'.lcr. But we do nol v.atil lo stimulate competition by advertising in-. 1 industry from which most farmers in Ihe s'.atc derive their livini;. Let ns hope that those b.ick of tlie eeod-wlll lours realize the folly of liieir plans. —Tribune 1 , Wiscorsln Rapids. Wis. By George Clark The person coiu-erned may cry out, the face becomes pale and looks pinched anil drawn. WEDNESDAY, MAHCH 25, MOTHER" NATURES CURfO SHO tack, in the majority of cases In? inhalation of asny! nitrate brings al'out prompt relief. Some patients, however, do better wilh nltroglyc- i eiine, winch is as:d as a remedy . and with several otlicr niedlc.il ;l preparations. Any physician can as needed. t!u> unite attack is not is responsible for a pattenr -vith tills disease fmjs ii necessary -,D rcgLlit; th; entire life of the psili'Mt in order to minimize ih? number cf atticks and, if IKsslblc, to overcome the basic disorders in (lie body associated with (he or.sel of the he.irl disease. "Goal morning, ina'itm. I'm dcmonatralintc this little can opcnor whieh will iibsoliiti'ly mutlernixe votii- home." WASHINGTON LETTER not The speed 01 n new submarine Is 11 kr.o'.s an hour. Tic thai I r iom the scanty evening gowns we havo seen, we would say the designers jre very aborlc.in.il. BY 110DNGY UUTCH!;!t NKA Service Wrilt-r WASHINGTON'. — Const'!. i o! Ihe Old Guard school ;::. \v:iy^ shonthvj at Ihe <lir.:e'. mavy system ;i:id Hi-.' Prc^r, ccntinuc to dcf.?nd it ns '.v. i as ever. This battle, in which I tides appear to feel .deeply j keenly, h:'.s b^en going foi y • s:i its recent skirmishes LIU , any new stoiy c:\ccpl as they | tiov,-!loi\:d n:w incidt-nts of cial intrresi. l r fir instance: 1. Al Smith, who ns yovr-ri>: ur.d pieslden'.ial candidate (ll.'-,:::!jr.d several of the '.mmistateiu:? ear- tirjrkn of n Prolir,;sslve, scnndaliz- rd nearly all ihe ether l'n...ss- ivcs" by t'.ssertins lh:\l he h:.<; cie- eirtcd that thr a failure i 2. 'Ilie '.ssifliilurr-s of Miu:\r.:n:i 1 and Monlaim con:;:(icrotl nuusurcs 1 ^hicli would have done awii.y. -.vitli | tr.elr state-wide priiiinris-s. 3. Progrc-r-slve l?e-]iublicai'j-; fr.l- Icwinr lv icccn'. Pic.^ressi^'c con- fe-rence here, considered tiie su 1 ;- l:nSticn 13 enter an [:p;ionent lo President IIeo\er en ni-st or nil ef U:-i 17 st-iies which have pi'csi- denllil priuuivies in 1932. Veins Tal<r I.ittlr In'.rrcsl Arjttmcnts u:':iins! i!:e .rii.-i'o'. inir.'.aries ai - e, hvietly: Voters t-'.'r-c li'.l': inlcrcsi in i-o!:'.ic:\l cfini.-.'.s until election time. IMrly rcspsn- libili'.y is • essenti.il ami the. pri- ^«tnM t~e ..t^l-, venlion" whidi was rharai^i'i-.cd by rcrrnir.i'jn. bribery. \otf liiivin^ ;'.iid prcjinh:•; nf patronage. The •'. can always control MAKVI.A\n DAY in Match :;"i. 1U34. the Reman Catholic mass tiatrcl In Maryland. Two yeais befcri ABOUT \OO OlAMB AR£f<iVOWN A HOOILUCA, AW> ABE TPOUT NO MATCH K!K HIS SKILL. CHURCH EXCUSES first By Gcorfie W. Barhic I don't think anyone knows as! , . - - - Just-Hie other day I was Idling was . cele-. mucli about a Church as I do for a friend of mine how I felt aboutJ i 1 am a retired Minister and you '• H and to my surprise he did noi Ceullnis CM-1 know before t could relir; I would ! agree wilh me. He said that mos| vert, £ rcci!d Loru of Baltimore, I have to preach a long time and T! of the people in the Church wtr icceived a charier from Charles I'have, and for a lot of different 1 trying to live right,, and do him possession ct t churches. I'm slill a young man! much good as possible; that then ncv: formiiis the j but I found after having preached j was probably a few that took thefi iiav.es of _.iiarylan:l and Delaware.| a Ions? time that the Clmrch is! Church vows llghtlv but those klnS confeirln^ on the lerritor,' I , 'Il-.cn there was the youni; inide win 1 grew suddenly jealous when her ir.isband revealed he \vns in love with his work. ;•:•!- a convention, but they can 1 ', a!- ives.w.iys eon'aol a primary. Poor men •n'y v.'licm t'r? p?o|ile really writit in of- i'1-li fitc cion'i invc: to speiu' ur.r'h ^nci ; money and wealthy crooks -.'.-h: •IMS. '.'.pjivj la;t;e sums lo ben noniinr>i?d . in pi-iina:les have to spgnd them : mcie honestly than th?y used to on ccnvcr.tioi-s. SinUli Dn'.v.s Fire A! Smith deep!-.- pr.inccl ma iiis Prc^rcssivr- friends by declar- ini; against tlte prnnaiif-s. Al said that he had oiici:irvily thought the \:iim3ri:-s a grand tiling, but that 18 years o£ experience had con- pi hiuivy system was : vince( i hjra crherwLs?. lie soon !:c-rne:i, liov.'cv^r. thai it was tak- iivj more Ihnn 18 yci'.-p to c:n- vlne'^ nidsi; of the oUitr-oM friends. ''! pvlni!irl"s. They Ml ti'at. Smith hci-1 lin?d hin^elf -,ip wilh all the jiolitical bosses in tiie co!::i:ry and li:e vvealthy boys v.ho stcod behind them. Hi.* was the fiv>'. widely puli- lisiied-attack on ll-.-.- primary sys lent since lhat o! ConTrei;raa:i Wil: VV.'.jd (if liuiiam Republican Icad- . er;-. II v.-us the same sort of Rtlaci j:iov!uusiy nttcrrd by tuch conservatives as Senator Dave Reed o: PonnsyU-ania and Charles G Uuwri. Amonq thcc:: v:ho hastened to pan Al for his new vie- 1 ..-- vv..ro •ieTintr;-:, Capper ot Knnsa? LaFol'-ct; ? ot Wisconsin and \V^K~1 o," Massachusetts. TJ.J Progves.-'.v( iLir:.ju:u-e also en.dor.ieU Ihe pri Or; of the chiei eatises titat led! lo the settlement of Maryland was EO full of '.vhat I call do\vn right mean and contemptible people and the desire of Lord Ccli'.o'.ic. to found r ills fcliow tellevers misht p.-ofcss- I lield a few meeting in Churches iluir religion openly without in-, when 1 was Pastor. Meetings that em-ring the • penalties to which, are teferred to ns Revivals, and took everything else the same \vajj 1 asked him how he would ex Daltimore,. a ihat mighty few of them will tell plain so many joining and colony; wheri: the truth. i coming back and he said that ml probably due to my sermons beina too powerful; tlmt they were cited and did not realize wha 13y i:cinc; on a vacation while his city ii nvjk- \n,: important inveslljations, Nov.- YwC's mayor is s.iid to have made n risky st r p. A J. Walker, as it were. I rhh-'s rosiransiljilily aVhoiiKh.'polil- 1 I iral leaders arc ^.-.^crt'iiclcss stiil; j :ilile to control :he sv'5'riii. Stitnll ' nT.r.rit:c, can '!: miu.v.o nomiiii-: ' (!D:IS ihroas'n the p umry. Often ! ll-.r best, av.iilr.b'.e mni ft": of lice, h'in.-: to entoi- su.-li a iiuvlyburly j j frcv'-l; i-all as a pi-iiiuiry. 'The sys-- I li-iii icsiills in election n- ::• -oii'.pr- ' they were subjected to in Eng- my pveachlng was so powerful that ] they were doing; that if I ' r ' n:1 - , T have converted, and accepted into • lefl oft the high-pressure p'reach-l l-thcr cier.Dininations, hov,-ever, the Church as many as a hundred ; ing and taught them something V-T:-: to be on ctptal footinj with r .t a time.'r.rd they would in many of the Word of God more of them) :!• CLT.hoiics. ana of the 3CO or instances nol come back more would stick. There would prob- r.cre who arrived at Point Com- than two or three times nnd some | ably have been less joined b'utl c:1. Vs.. ir. Fcintary. 1G3-1, it is nor once. The only way 1 could'those that did would have "under-1 r.ccoinit for it is lhat they found j stood what they were doing. Thisl so many bad ones oa tho imide! fel'ow doesn't know anything about] lhal they did not want to assoei-! preaching. So what he says I ale with them, so I made up my. settle the question, mind that I woulfl. retire for a; —^ . •'.-cta!;!o that half of them wtr^ .'.-•'.:.'..mis. Or. the 25th of \"":;.:! tr.ues V.TS celebrated on £'., i:;fn'.'o Isir.nci in lh: Potcm.ic, 1 shortly alter HID site of In? ;, uf 3'.. Mary's was Iraced en- while at least, and,set me n job lightning rods or Life In- Tiie mighty cu:tlc-fish has arms I Icng- enough' to tnc!rt:]e ; 'a whale's body. |M'jpc;-;i'. iu -all off tile pl 1 .s in Mnntima — priir.arto '.invo prpriu;--1 Senators Tom i and B-r! Wheeler - ha:; h:ivi OUT OUR WAY BY Williams c" J I IV Tito principal L'.:i>',ve:s to scr; ff tliins' arc: Prhr.l'iivs ;!io Hie only nuv.ns the p. oyii-- huvj csprrs-: iiu-!r !";i'fi>ri!i.ir,r : wilh- :ut them they inns' elir.- = e b.-- een two bo^-picke: 1 . ; :iM.ii,"ia: •; between whom the. % is o'-nt li'.l'.." rhr.iiv The system i:.is i>:: -n t-r.- ;,iv r.-.. !i \:h.> hir.r ' s ''•! on:" i.. i! - '.elflsh intrri-ds which fl.imi- natc party o!-ja!iiz-iiin:v.l'. !:iv.i:-.:hi 3in er-d lo thi' tl'.at ^ f ' s ul Minrirso;". sironsiy cpp-"... u'fj.by Senate;- Sliiysteart. npears r. • •• h'iv -':: .il-lv ceilain to meet a f.:n:::;ii- Sijot 1 . old patty con- fa'u 1 . .'.';; ul ;? .tUr. nov: :.:-u:: * \'.. ;n:.-.. i; .i'.- i'o: it i-.-'.ion i-ontcsls anil ii that veins '-u:.- t:i!u':i ihe inie;cs: i;i tli-.-m. ^hiv"-!! ai-TiiKiij:i:d r.; abntu If) :• -:i:'S :i-a. i.: th,a.:;o-.v; the sev, :-.tl '..iv;::- ^vliicli (ir..j- •Mii-.aul th'.nr.. iinel Markers Pcctoris Occurs Most Angina Often at End. o! : Middle Aa;e| HY DIJ. JlOIiniS nsi!;;r',!\ '•'.?. wilii lltlitrr. Jeiiin.il rf llie Ai,i.T;i-:;n il;!iul,-.atk>n ' Altiiir.il A;snrintio». :'m! i-f My- -wi'.'i iinus,; f.r\.:, tbr: Ilr.ilih Pain m the c':u-st sity. carryinn wilh imin-niiius drat!:, ol i.-,i in;;n, ieav ri most dis lack I!:? lr.n".a!> hem- ri.- Iticav'n t'ni'or.r'.i a i^m wlnrh sto;v- her.:;. Th;- -iis..ise lo tlie u:c;i:cil pr. year.s: in fr.ct. it by Edv.ard Jrr.r.c. sled with tiu on, nno ier s:'.i.i!'.p"'<. Kfbeidtn. wi'.D i c.vri- [ vac- i::-;\..nis sy!?m. Thus the per' r-:ct: ris be>':!-,? l:-?.ri a'-'..»e : ; i- '.,:t'.i Ftmie estr.i :'. i v. .tlkinir r.i] i. .-;..'iifir.cnt ir, i, ;i-v. IT a'j',- . : (-. :ii!-iit,'.! .-;.-:•. ;>r; ; - ; -;tc:l w.i 1 : . b'.'-.i-.-l pr;.-iir.. j T- is kl!'-. :i I;..' oi to J :a,-C"t t:nl ".' m.iv !•- ar.S. Aiiuouiiccrncnli-: •< 'Hie Co; tliori?.-,: b-.il ai:- - .\i:i^ | • will j i'.\nrr';;-; in the earlier days of this country, spending the .family budget used to be a hazardous business. It was only by harsh experience that a householder learned to steer clear of bad bargains and come into port with his money's worth. There were snags and shoals aplenty. Inferior goods and unscrupulous merchandising methods made the channel dangerous. "Let the buyer beware" was an accepted slogan of trade. Fortunately for millions of consumers, this condition has wholly changed in more recent years. The channel has been charted. Today advertised, trademarked goods of known value are for sale in every city and hamlet. The buyer knows he can trust such products. He reads the advertisements in his paper, clicoses the commodities he needs, and makes his purchases with the knowledge that he will get full value i'or his outlay. The advertising columns of this newspaper point the way to satisfaction. 11' you make a habit to read them daily you will save money, and save time. Advertising is your'guide io safe buying C. V'<ir Ci!y 't'rr.l^urr KOf 4 1:-\.\\H::S

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