The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1932 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 31, 1932
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIE& NEWS fas : COURIER NEWS co, PUBLISHERS •.'./•••". era; BABOOCE, Editor aw. HAIHES, MratUtog Manager Mr National Aavmning Representatives: Kfcanua D*Ulet, inc., Ne^ York, Chicago, Jetroli, 6t. Louis, Dallas, Kansas city, LHUe Aock. Published Xnrj Afternoon Except . Sunday. Entered M second class matter at the post, eftlce .at Kytheville, Arkansas, under act of Central October 9, 1917. SerrM 6jr 0» voted Press SUBSCRIPTION RATES • By carrier In the city at Blytheville, 15s per week or ttX per year in advance. By mall within a radius of 50 miles, $3.00 per year, tlSO tot six months, sac for three montlis; by mall In postal zones two to six, Inclusive, W.50 per year, in zones seven and eight, $10.00 per year, payable In advance. Organizing Consuming Alilily Roy D. Chopin, Herbert Hoover's energetic new secretary of commerce, after profound study has come to the conclusion thai solution of the nation's economic troubles must he sought through "better organizing the ability of the average mini to consume." Wei!, far be it from us to say that the secretary is talking through his • hat. Maybe lie is the long awaited exception tc( the rule, oft proved, that cabinet officers know no more about what is wrong with the country than anyone else. It strikes us, however, that when ;_ Mr. Chapfn starts out to organize the '"_ average man's consuming ability lie °;-will be fortunate to escape mobbing. '•• The average man, these days, is painfully conscious of his consuming abil- ' ity, and is likely to regard the organ.... izihg- of it for tha sake of .prosperity r< as an untimely bit of funny business. '[' There is plenty of consuming iibil- - ity in this country ready to go to — work using up surplus farm products and the manufactured goods which idle — factories ought to be producing. Hut ;;_the only kind of an organization plan '.- that will accomplish much toward turn- r. - ing that consuming ability loose must ','•' put some dollars into the pockets of a IMot of would-be consumers. There is ',, no lack or desire to consume. The '"' need is for the means to consume, and ; .how Mr. Cliapin proposes to-organize ', •' that into existence -i s as yet somc- ; thing of a mystery. We await de• . tails with interest. Who Furnishes the Money Where the money is coming from to finance the campaign that is being waged in behalf of the proposed sales tax amendment is still something of a • mystery, but that plenty is being used is evident, . , / $ Field workers for the sales tax as-' • sociation, busy iiv all parts of the • state, are circulating pledge cards that read as follows: "Because of my interest in reducing property taxes in Arkansas 1 pledge to work as a captain for the passage of Constitutional Amendment I\'o. If) and Initiated Act. No. 1 at the general election on November 8, 1932, by using my ' car on election day to haul at least four families to the polls. For the use of my car I am to receive § whSfcjV'is to 1 bo paid immediately after {fie election by the l'r»]wrty Tax Ro- lief association, Kalin building, Little Rock, Arlc. I am to haul the following families: elc." Promises of political oi'giini'/.ations to pay "immediately after election" are sometimes of doubtful value. We do not know whether the I'ropui't.v Tax Relief association has on hand or in sight the money to pny for all this car hire. But it is taking a lot of money to keep Jlr. McComb and his olt'ice and Held forces functioning. The rank and file of Arkansas people who will pay the sales lax'arc not furnishing that money. Where does it come from? Our suspicion is tluil bondholders and out of state property owners arc putting it. up. They will \x> the beneficiaries if this amendment should be adopted. The people of Arkansas will pay the bill. All of which is something to think about between now and election day. What Fulrell Stands We are pleased to note that the Democratic nominee for governor, .1. 'Marion Fulrell, has come out with a plain statement of his views regarding the three most dangerous 'of the constitutional aincndme.'ifs to he voted on November 8. In a letter to 0. T. Ward, Hector lawyer, made public yesterday, the next governor of Arkansas declared that adoption of No. 1!) (sales tax) and No. 22 (homestead exemption) woitkl be "disastrous to the people of this state." Proposed amendment No. 21 (making ?G school .apportionment mandatory) he described ns harmless, because "there will be no power to prevent the legislature from ignoring it." He, pointed out, however, that wore No. 21 enforcible, "a distressing and irremediable situation in this state. would result immediately tinder the present impoverished condition of the people." The safe and right tiling to do is to defeat 21 as well as 19 and 22. The world as a whole during the next 25 years will sue; a wiser and better famuh'il era of imlustriiil progress than we have enjoyed hitherto. — Charles M. Schwab, sled magnate. * * » I've been lobbed seven limes in two years. They cume twice Inst week, and that finished inc. It's hard on the nerves, looking down film barrels to clleii, —P. M. Tank. Kansas Ci(y, Mo., clniggibt, announcing hts retirement from business. * * * I wish I coukl have done llii.s on Wall Street Itself. These stock dealers nml companies nre the curse cf our nation. —Harvey Hall. 10, held for bombing San Diego, Calif., brokerage Olllce. T + If ' I want to leave not the slightest doubt that we will never recognize the right oi loreiiin nations (o judge nhnt form of government is mest appropriate for Germany. The German pu>j:la ;;loi:c nre entitled to |):ss on that subject. —Kan;: von Papen, chancellor of Gor- manv. ] OUT OUR WAY '•NEWS SIDE GLANCES By George Clark £&•••-- *?..***!<*•""*•.••'.-.-=:•<&•- ~^^W;-;- *•••"•••• ^•"" " '..,— r '''n r .o.iJ.s\pAT?orr.oi933CTN*A£aO:cr ,„- .MON'PA^jSCTOB^v 31, U- S. TROOPS ADVANCE On Ocl. 31, me. TI:J-J:-J.V surrea- <!crcd to the ullk-s. Tills "uriiil'tic; s .signed at Muiiro;, 0:1 the Is- UI of Lcmnci, to in!;u circ-ct ai 113011. The complete miliuiy coJ::t:;^ cf Austria was K . Jn w j, on | t](! ,',, , li;m forces captured the inou:i;,\:u pass of Vadal and cut o.T 15 An-Sri.m divisions. The defeat*! nation ;-u si ueiHitullsn tln-ougl: the Kalian lin:-s t<- ciscuss terms of an imiiisUcs. '-Jiiiral racetli'.a., of tiiu Sui«-.>;iu- ar Couiitil ixy.iji ,,i Vcrai.'L'i. _•--.• -----J " ••"-.• ""•• i. ««ve IJIilCU CU(! shoultl wait for tho host to show you where to sit." Hospitals Short of Radium ft I • /-^i ,,., "-'•• Louis-San n arises Hallway Used in Lancer 'treatment SS'^^^lt c Studrnis Work To Beat Depression SEATTLE. 'UP) --OJi! J;o Cates ='.'.t! Betty Cn-ej a,-; ; ; ivir.g the '.-iiicrs'aii .a re;:! n:;i. At the U!ilv.>;-.iity of W.uhhu;- tcn, eo-cdi are .sejljn- co;::!;t:'.-J, v.-orUiiu; i.s donits'.ics, lUnchis ti-ach-eit;, :;i-.Wb. BA-ltchtoard opcr- •;.!.-:-.5 si.-.l orfice Rirls. M-jiiy : ;re car'»:.: for children after c\>. >•_•:.. Rut c "e pc..;ii;oii Is unfiKeii— .1 j;i;-i i5 v.-.-int^i to work in an oiHce in tx- clianae fo:- 03;:op?.thic ;;eatm:tilj. Joo Co!.-L'ce tuna;; p;u-:-iiine msiorinan. Jani'.r,:-, SL- ( ;I jr-rSf «'oo;! cutler, ••.IZ..-.T. ais':- nasher ar.d -.vaiter ruul s:.r3r!ty and iraternity IJIL^ boy. { ~ THIS. CUR&US Wp$U) Added Freight Service Boosts Frisco Payroll ST. LOUIS.--..Hie hundred and twenty-five train and cnjincmen "" 'C place;! back in tervics by the Louis-San rray.iisca Hailwav .Medical Assucialinn, and cf Ily- RCla, the Health Magazine " ) cn K. Since the time when Conseur |,. ' j and Mndamc Curie for--' "--' - : substance which could from uranium its :,ys:c!:i. 'I'1-.e aildi- of inree men will hu-riase the o payroll S30.CGO a mc:itX clis- ibi'oiiglioiu its air.? state territory. The new through freight train at mid- hundred thousand people has high degree of radio activity, and CO.'AES FR<V>\ - oj.t> r.KSLisH v.oso IT IM FOR. THE STILI. UTER. IT WAS HELD fN OO.MME/AORATION CNTJ GOUS DOV/MASI.OWAS 4OO DEGREES' A MOTHER 8flT CAN CARS.Y HER. YOUN& A80ur,£VEN AFTER. THEIR. CtWBINEO WEIGHT EQUALS' MOC.5 THAN HE f-31 jgESSSSS*? bats cling to their mothers fur and are thus carried- on all her flights. Most species liav, tlie Red Bat produces as many as only four. :ine or two young, but , — Bats vary widely in aze and form. There is a tiny species in southwestern United an ounce, while States, the Pipis'.relle, that weighs less Ihe flying fo:;, wing-spread of five feet. liant bat of Australia, is so large (hut it' has a CHURCH EXCUSES BY GEORGE W. HA It II AM ment in service cfied in the nature of this substance and In its possibilities for i use in Ihe treatment of disease. | Radium-containing ores. as i Dear Aunt: Well, we went to church last liofiilecl out by' D r r R. Rr&iycrd f™ 1 * ,''? 1 ' c "'''Ing • .longer ehlef sin-eon of the United Stales I cnce cl -' 1!1B from ennccr. Bureau of nines, are iio-.v fmmH' Since volvcment, because the number "of; hours ^^';n^it t ^'^im"radd"L;r; r t1"-' 5 provwc ' j an|1!e callsd <5n " us " a " 1 "^'^ mean, however, that more and Memphis' and-V'-''-'d u I'-'n i,^ nnc! another. By Williams ly. it is extremely valuable. Approximately 80,000 people are' now treated annually in'-this coun- (ry with the available vadiuni. Thoro are five states in -.vhicli not unc hospital has rndlum aval!- tib!.:. and there is one state in vhich nobcxly has nny ladinui available. j The ficnres intiicatc that al:o- I gellier 110 Iralivitiuals, companies j and hospitals own 12-1.7 RiaiiiF uf radium niul it is estimated tKit ;;'. 1I7.-1 (.'Kims mure rc- I quired for normal use in t!iis ] country. In France, the uoveru- i ment established 15 radium mi- j ters in various parts of the cor.n- l try and allotted to them about I 31.5 grams of radium. TH EnclAiid there aro r-.bmil T> | grains available and Ihe pnvcri'.- ] ment has recommended that at I least 2i additional grams lie a:- quircd. • • • There avo, of couisc. I conditions which nre treated :\ : .:\\ I radium and radium prcp:-.rn:ir.:i, bi;t the mnln condition in v.hcii rntiiiiiii !s used is cnnccr. The 11'.::- er condition-; in which iv.diii::-. :s nsrcl are contiitions invo'.vir. t':.? lymph glands and tl-> "Ki.rj which, in their effects, rr-r:ns 1 ;:e cancer. Fortunately, (hero nve <.'\:<r availaule methods for (IM^.-V; many of ihcse conditions c : , |, u ,i the nvnilnblc radium mav h- :,-served for the cases of c.-.i:.:r Fathers .Made I.CRi'.!iin;iifOv OScIKOSII, WiS. (UP)—'; of World \V.iv veterans wl::i '. in service were jpesi; of A;:.-v Ccok E'ost o! the American I. hero recently. Tiiey v...".<; .... n.ilcd afSOrhiU- mi-morri :r.-.:i tnded full privileges of U-,.' •• nev,- club ho;isr. former;-,- th. i of Ihe Os.-k:.--h Yaclilint: cii.b ITS x,>5 ov-o PonWci-iop BOME THfiiT Vv/A-i *TV\E. VAT'O VVMCM MOVED l-feRE. AMO BEP.KJ ABLE TO Cv\OP VT OP WlTl-\ THH. LA\NMMO\NER , HE'S ALU THI<S TO QE.T EASE PORK OUT FER -TV\' 1K1 U*-/ VARO HAFTA SO OOB<=, iT, I'M GOKIMA THROW CAK& FC-R Mice. KEEP ^^\^ picv < >T UP IS THE Afl.f? IN me us.? Ansuers on Back. Sunday; jut to our church but one of the large on?s. Or.e of our best customers is a member oi this church and, too, w? made quite a hit with him; (thanks to my clear aunt's rcciiM) nni every fev.- nights . an awfully nice man though he is not much of a talker but as the evening passed he became more lalSaliw. We got a great deal of information from him about all the churches. He thought. \ve had been members cf his kind back home SD he Rave us what you might call the lo-.v-dottn on mcst nil who arc in our church .here. You should have been with us Sunday. I judge from [he way many of tlia ladies looked at me, they have not Been, keeping up witb the latest. I wanted to make an impression so I dressed with special care, this being our first appearance in tills church. I wore my ian coat/ suit, black hat and pink shoes. Our clothes line fell down Saturday night; I didn't have time Sun-Jay morning to wash oui my regular, hose so I had to \vcar those mauve grey ones you gave me for Christmas. \Ve v.-ent in late and I ..think ivwi the minister was- impressed. He \vas reacting and just for a second he hesitated. I think I smrll \ something burning so will write you more about this next time. (Copyrighted.) l!I-:<ilN II KIIM TODAY STAN IIAI.Jj in-fuM., I>t:l.!>. llinlirr Mm;, of Ii:iriiiK men MUM \\|n, niccuiiit (o flicck in) tin lil-j .iciivlilr^. ilall unys lie H lUiiMnK n rlict-k. llcEo unjs lie ivill Irn In iirrKim ami prpvenl l(. L'pnn Ir.ivliiff Ihe ollicc null «.-, vc , I!O.\A. Ill-Id'* ilnuKiitrr. from lild- "!:ilu-ri. HL- tcll» her he 1.1 STANLEY III.ACK. i)i:ni.I-:v wiX'rnn.s, in loic vllli llonn. e«ri tvilh hi-r In Tlirre Ilivi-ri ID t TUT f;il!:i-r In K lvc up • lie- l!pM «il!i Il.ill. llu.ll,-) KUI, a iti:irr!:"i;;e crr(l[li-::lc fillcul out, ivMi-li Lc- liujirn to ii-.c. IJr.ll I* rri-KM-tl tif hUHnc n r:ini;rr nml nt llunn lin.. In slum lilni Iht- r;rlin- r<' liuaii-f Ki K et him In pi-1-i.ilsc T'u- nl^rr In rnlili'ij nt valuable pn|;;TS i:tnl u [innsc Eirnilril lij- I* c;:[i|r.rt-tl iifrcT Irjin^ li. hliiiot f.:ill. lit- l.lkc* lirr In n cavo. ttillll- t-!ih:K Hull 111. l)r,un Kl.llllll ll-rin ..11 *\l:h hpr uun nnj Ircr.i l»:ill. Aflrr III. r.i,-.-i(ic, llt--.-i |:rniu- nul in Invrvlcrnir <n:ccr mirklnaii \-\cr Ci? r.'if.-r. tli-r Iinr-f l-i Rliot fToiii i::i:li-r | !?r . she irrr.lln^ cnn- n\ir lu-r :-.n-;i^in;: ll^ll of the R. G. MONT6OMEW I town to another. Now he iad only 'ow silver dollars lc-f£ aii^ ho would havo to liiul n job. It raisht as well bo Itailiant as any other in tho sin-baked country, Stan thought. Frcai i:ov7 on lio vronld have to ba within easy riding distance of Hie border. Stan half turned upon one elbow ns tho swinging doors ot tbo pool room creaked open. Few men of interest carae into a place likes this in the daylime, but Stan haC reason to loo!; every man over carefully. The man who entered was lank and leathery, a cow hand beyond doubt, Ilo was covered with dust and iilainly thirsty. lie slapped a dollar on tlio l).ir crnl called for a glass of something cold. Tho son;:il o£ his vclco made Stan Jur.ii". With one great stride ho was at llm Etranger'j side and thai! stanpotl !iim on tho back. Tho coubny whirled around and put down l.ii jjlasa with a thump. "IIou- n:o you, MalloyJ" Stan grasped his friend's band. •'Hot, dri.-;l up nnj mad," Malloy grinned ns iie recogniicd Ball. "Uut ilani fil.iil (3 see you." "What lirings you down here?" Stan r.skc:!. "We'll find a corner and I'll tell yon why I dragged over all these miles of InlMakcd grass toad." He led Stan to ,1 table across the reom. • « * CTA.N' v,-r,s er : ger to ask questions ^ b;tt l:o!J his silence and allowed "nia frieu.l to lake his own time. "I just r.-iiiie down from Three . Hiver?." Malloy's mouth liardcr-ed "There's a job up there for you.' ik- nnO c:innnl l:r rniiiid. unir^ tti nnit I)nn:i n:>l>!f III-:) In i:u:rr.t Ijcr. [|c «I:|1|A. .M.".V (.0 ll.\ V.'ITII THi; S7OHV CIIAI'TKK Xl.l 'pill-; roiv lov.n nt li.iiliant 13 kiiovii to the sl.augllng riders who ro:i:e tlnwn o;it of tl;o lilils as the "iii;arlns-ou' pllcc." lie loolie:! Stan squarely In the eye It is a short half day's rido from SUn fliock his head. "I'll never the .Mexican b.wler and It Is close! so ,, 1 '5J!, t ", I ''° 1I> ' :;-; , „ , , . | .No? There was a glint In Maito tlie ronsli country on tl.c iin:lh | ; oy . s C;VJ ami touches the cO^e of t'nc burnini; I Slsn loolieil out toward the swing- ik'irri 0:1 Ihe riehL In li.T'.iact no i "'•" <lcora and his faco raililencil or.e nslss nucsllons of <=lr5H6»rs and j mit ! '° «nlinued to shake hla hc?.il. the ,.n« of csci, re^Ucnt , 5 a a ^? fl j ^Kllo^Xc^ book. T'-.c te:-t oC a niaa h his |y. ability to rlila s::il rope. Stan's lean Jaw shut with a snap. "And I get the blnmc?" ho demanded. Mnlloy nodded. "Ohl Aspcr 13 a Took or a fool." Stau shook his head. "I cau't go Kick," ha s.iid "You promised tho girl2" Malloy's eyes were sympathetic. Slan smiled miserably and spread his lian<U In a helpless gesture. "If I clean up this thing I have to get the old man Into it AS well ns Swcrgin." His bands clondieil suddenly, "I should have shot it out with that crook." "You should liave killed him," .Malloy said simply. Siau's eyes smoldered. |V TALLOY got to his feet. "I Iinow *- how you feel, kid. Now I got a hard ride ahead ot me." "\VI;cre are you headed for?" Stau asked. "J'm soliiK back to Three Rivers lo kill myself a 3kunk." Malloy smilul. Slan caught his friend's arm. "You can't do ll'.at. i'ou have, notli- ins at strke, not as inncli as I have." "I'll put a clop lo this doublc- crcisins." .Malloy's eyes were hard. "I have stco;l by and watched nil "Vcu'il do aiiolbcr man's job?" Str.u looked .Malloy EQuarely ID the eye. "1 aim to In this case." Malloy spoke firmly. Ktan crinpcd Malloy's arm nml rl'cil liim around. "Iloiv is—the Birl?" ; ;c asked. -Malioy liesit.itcil before he spoke. "S!:e's fitie, now." Somcthiiis In Iho lank cow punclier's eyes made Stan grip Wai'"y's arm savagely. "Ho hasn't touched her?" ho rasped. "Kot vet." Walloy answered calm !>"• "And I aim to make sure he don't." Suddenly a light ot understanding broke over Kl.'ia. .Valley cared for Dona oven as lio cared for lier. ying ufl '.liere now still weak and ick." nlnlloy'g calni seemeJ tu ave burst. "Thinking rnc a skunk who could; not keep his word, wuo would shoot ic-r down from beliiod!" Stan's lands closed and his eyes hlazcd nth sudden fury. "The rat!" las ;ritted. "I figured yon should have tho irst break at him.'' Malloy smiled. 'Hut being as you dun't want it I'll ic moro than pleased to do tlio ion." He turned to face the door. 'And I aim lo get thcro pretty Stan IMII h-aneil airalnst a plank to I;IH| "«?" S (:lri dcnianclcd. ^ I ^T_ll ,,_! III..-I T".l — m^u tia iiy ^tiiuu lor l]vr. "You came all the way down here lie was not the, man to rjy so and bar ami watched a halt dozen Malloy noililed. "And on . have trail for n month It I 1 u^ll (JU Ule LralL \Ut u luvmlll IL 1 cans p.aylns po!;c-i- with a deck of I | ia( |,,., bccll tre kked in hero by ac" greasy cards, lie was restless and ; would rather have be-on riding in tho hills for ono of tlio ninny bi;; onllila i>Mr town, lie li been able to get a iou. Ho had MP.i»i-.;cl from ono cow j she S!ati licsilatcd n mliiiilc, asl;;d: "What's up 1 .' tbe <'.evil. no ono but a mau \vlio knew his typo would have guessed it- Malloy wns willing to do this for her without expecting her to over know. He <lrop]:«l the, rider's ami awkwardly •ii:d his volco softened. "What lias ho done?" ho asked In •iny bi 'i ,— .-,.. .. , Jt ,. uno iiu uuuiii nu USKCU m ° ^"-1 -"--vi nu ^\ , _ '[ I "^-,vcr:;:ii Is raising tbe (.evil, n \-,-.ico na smoota as oil, norcd lo the mare. "We're gi '"'"• '"'• Sv.r.-.i-j ;-„!! nre b:u:k." iislloy ••y in , aro supposed to have shot tack'to God's country." ] 10 a( | :e.-.:;c.l aa elbow 0:1 t!ie table. "Hie j;lie r«n out from under her. Swer- as Uo t'Ehlened tha cl.-ich. mo cowiEhnotins Is still going on up thero." g!*, > ? a:c.s (n t!in r^.-no. ct,« t* ' /Tn t: n fvnn;.., n ,» ^TAN laughed a Inrsli laugh that -^ made the bartender put down a ;lass tcrvoiiEly and stare nt Ilia (air in the corner. "I'm on my way, teller," ho saij, 'and when I get to Three Rivera you can expect action." Malloy grinned and slapped Stan on tlie liack. "I'll trail along with you and see that Ibis Is done uc- cording to tlio law and llio prophets." "Yon hotter sleep In for a day. I won't be- slopping except to feofl and rest the mare a bit." Stan wa» sure Mnlloy had ridden Bleadijj lu lils search for him. Malloy rubbed tbe back ot his neck tlionglilfTilly. ".My lironc Is pretty sore and llrcd. llc'<l l;o nt;t to slow up a lot." He faced SUu. "Uot 40 bucks?" Stan fished out three silver dollars nud a couplo of (luarturs. "Tlial is my rile." he said ruefully. He extended it to .Valloy. iMalloy shoved the money back. 'Thought if you liad -SO bucks I niisiil buy me a fresh IIOES and rido along." He tried to hide his disappointment under o wide grin, "flat you run along. 1 bavo jack enough to carry me through but not enough (0 buy a horse would keep up witb lhat black mare." 'Sorry," Stau spoke with genuine rcgrcl. "You better get a rcovo on," loy said. "I'll browse around hero for a while nnd then hunt up a bed." They shook hands silently and parted. Stan hurried out to tlio town corrals and whistled to tlio black marc. SIio camo running to bin) and ho saddled l;cr rapidly. 'Wo got a job, lady," ho wills- pored to the mare. "We're going added (To f^c Cootii-.ucd)

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