The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1934 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 24, 1934
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PAGE FOUR THE BIATI1EVILLE COUKIER NEWS THE COURIER NEWS CO,. PUBLISHERS 0. S.-.UABCOCK, Editor " W. KAINES, Advertising Manager BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS So!" Natlotnl Advertising Representatives; AlMins-s Dillles, Inc., Now York, Chicago Detroit, Si Lout, Dallas, Kansas City, Memphis Published Fvery Afternoon Except Sunday j <? Eitleri'tl. us second class mailer nl the- | an oiri<-<> at lilytltcvllte, Ar- i ""' s ' i tiwicr act of Congress, Ocic-Ur a, 1917. Served by Ilic United Press" '• 'SUBSCRIPTION HATES By carrier in Hip City of ISlytlicville. J5c per week, or $(!,50 per year, In advance, 13y in.Dl,'willmi n VflUius of SO miles, $3,00 per year, $1.60 for six months, C5e for three montlis; by mail in postal zones two to six, Inclusive, Sfl^O \A'\ yen in zones seven ami eight, $10.00 per year, payable In advance, Economists Tol^e Their Places in This Topsy-Turuy World G Diiwus, ii Hcpiililicfin in KooA •)t>ndil)g, say.s Uiat the depriwiion will he over for sure by next .luiie, nnd (ji\( tlit nedit to 'President Roosevelt. On tlie same day Lewis \V. Oonjf- Ki\ DiMiiouat and former Iniduet di- icctoi, wains that Koo.scvelt's .spending i)i'ogr;im is leuiliiijf .straiglit to it "ghastly social and economic cnliiimty." Are Urines gelling ., j,^ mixed V Vciv likeh , Hie rest of (lie day's- new.s is almost equally confusing. A Nc\\ Jciscy widow nsks for poi-- inibsion to -destroy tlio six-suite apartment hon^e ilial flu; owns so Uiat she e.ui lie eligible: for tho dole, complaining hi', liavu paid no rent for Ko mouths and Uiat, as n property ownei, she is not clij,'ihle for relief. Pathologist J. lUcKeen Cntlell t:om- pl.uns the administration's brain tutst doesn't use enough gray mallei- HI npnioaclmiR government- problems; wheicupon he-'himself Kti^gcsls ji 100 PCI cent U\ on automobiles to provide funds to cnrc for the country's ehil- dien * * * The iiicsidciit of a Cliiwijjo .bird sho« sa\-> that people are breeding eanaue, to bing y,\;:v., a police lieutenant in JU.ingfidd, 0., is orduined as a Baptist minnler, and the children uf La Gianire, Ga., go into moiirningybe- ^catibc S.iiit.t Glims hroke his loft in laiuhntf noni an airplane by jjarjiclnid;. Meanwhile, an American world traveler, Msitnij; in Ki-nnce, kills himself btt.uibe the autoinohile is displacing tlie hoise Horn, the world's highways, ' and a Chicago girl gets two hoy friends to hold up her father and rob him of 503 aftei he gives her a parenliil scolding, f 9 r A psuhologisl lelU University of Viigitiu scitntisls Hull a thoroughly tued poison is really mildly ijiwinc, some NRA oll'icial sends a letter to a him m Toionto itcinaiuliiiK compliance with the National Industrial Kccovery Acl, and Nathan Leopold, notorious muidciei, i, made censor of hooks at the Illinois prison library to .see Uiat Uu- nlhui convicts get no objectionable itwJing matter. The principal organizer of Ilucy Long's !,li.iic-lhe-weal[|i clubs in New OUT OUII WAY York turns out to be u very dark Harlem negro, and (he New York police protest that the tear gas they 'use lo disperse mobs is making all the cops who usu it hoarse, snuffly, and blcury- eyetl. And .so il goes. Say whal you will, the newspapers do inamige to record some ralhcr odd events these days. Silent, Profound Tribute In the ball of (lip School of Tropical Medicine at San Juan, Puerto Kico, •.stands a )) of the late Dr. Bailey K. ^shford, the army .surgeon who relieved Puerto Hicans of tlie scourge ol' hookworm. Dr.. Ashford died some six weeks ago. Every morning since then, Ids bust lia.v Ijoon found banked with (lowers—big bouquets and little ones, many of them in strange, little home-made native jars. No one know who put them there; so at last a watchman was appointed to keep an eyu on the bust all night long and see wliat happened. lie found thai poor folk from the country were tramping in to town each night with their anus full of (lowers lo lay at the feet of their benefactor— the one tribute they could pay to the man wliq had done no imicli for them. Men who have served humanity have won many kinds of inuiuoi-ials, in different times and places; but was'inure ever one more beautifill or expressive than this? Christt imas It is perhaps tritu but so true as to merit .saying again thai it is the lack throughout much of the year of thu spirit which limls oxpres- . sion at Ihe Christinas season that is responsible for a large part of the world's suffering. "Peace on earth, good will to men" are words worth remembering many limes in the of a year. Good intentions arc no adequate cure for humanity's troubles bul without Ilium there is no hope. So rejoice in this nappy season and carry witn you until another Christmas what you can of its spirit. Dolliir chasing is deplorable, bin, 11, is of minor importance compured to . the winning of Wiir. —Ircncc Oil i>onl. • » • 1 wonlil buck my bonnet, nmiinst somu ol llH'se |ios(:i(. c stamii huts. —Evnngcllnc Booth, Snlvation Army cominiuuler-in-cliicf. * * * I should like lo be »n imt'ol of pence, <»• shall I sny Simla Clans? who would hrluc, IJCflce to the (Irish) Free Slnlc nml Orcai Brilnln IhLs Chrislmns, but imfortinmtely Uiat docs not seem possible. -Alfic Byrne, Lord Mayor of Dublin. * * * If we want to stivy out ol war, we will slny on this continent :md stop ninniiii; around in the oust. —Gen. Suicdlcy O. Btitlcr. By Williams SAY, UP THERE — I WANT TO COMPLIMENT THE OME WHO PUT PART OF THE SHOVEL ALMOST DOWW STAIRS. •'--•= 1' \VHV MOTHERS- GET GRAY. [SIDE GLANCES By George Clark MONDAY, DECEMBER 24 S^vS|l@Sliil >'--,f^^i -••••-• s^-Lb'i *- ¥/feiM r^; A.V.V -tl. 1101,1. ISTBII. v <t\\, ' tlll-Ji I4J •I'O.VS JllfHI.U. ore- lit. Ij.-ivniM- of I.I. Jrliikliit: ,,nil K *• n '• r ill Irroiinriilhllliy, J br •Him- t:» PIJTEJI KK.VUAM.', »i-iillli/ M ml iiriiiulnrni. tr.-irji. }.oi* VAi,i:itiA iii:.\xi; r iT. bu Illiiicn-. li;it> ilrcflvrd lilm nn«J K-iU l..-r fVfr)lhl,i K I. OV t> lif. tMLTII IlieJkl, Ann nil, I run, l>ulb iirnrl->lrk nfnl .lUllliiNlntit.Ll, ntrel ID Q rr&. liiuniiii. \Vhi-ii I'II.T n.u. Am. l ..... :irr.¥.!itm *lio ji^rcr*. !li,-> t'J lo I'lorliln mill • l irnil fctMt-n.l u-rt-kN ^iiiLiplly. 'l'h*-n I'rKr l» cnllcd hoiur IHT.-.I,,,- „, In,,!,,,... All I.I Ihr Knidnll tn,,,- llj cii'l'iir l'i-ier'» tiller, fllll.r.l. Ui:\T. kinih Ann. . CJ,< )„ "You should have some idea of how many children sisters have." THIS CURIOUS WORLD S ECALISE FLAT MAPS DO NOT TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION THE CURVATURE OF THE EAETH, THE STRAIGHT UA/£ ACROSS THE UNITED STATES, (AS SHOWN ABOVE) is LOHG£tZ THAN THE't- CUGVEO LIME. CEALMONEV MENT PROHIBITS PHOTOfi R APHI N(S -OF ITS HEN THE AZTEC INDIANS FIRST SAW CORTEZ AMD HIS MOUNTED MEN, THEY BEU€VED THEM TO BE STRANGE TWIN, BEINGS, FOR THEY NEVER HAD SEEN HORSES. . r. ,, .llM-l.iituc. lilm. Omul urcinir,. i,, ^[sll rrlenilH In 91lnnil. NOW co on WITH TUB sroiiv CIIAPTEH XXV111 r PIIE girl driving the old car cer- •"•lalnly loplieil like Carol Kendall. Hut Atm 'told herself that was ridiculous. Carol was In Miami N'cverllieJess tlio girl did look like Carol. And tlio man was like— like tho nlco-looltlns cli.iuffeiir 1 who had been discharged by Mrs. Ken- dull. Suddenly Ann Icncw she had nol liecn mlslakeu. Tlio girl was Carol and Ilic man was tho former chauffeur. Ann felt a little sick nl tho revelation. She drove carefully, nol too close to tho sliohby car hul keeping It In sight Presenlly the car slopped In front o( an apartment blinding ntul tho two occu. pants got out and went Inside. Ann parked her car and followed. There was no elevator nnd when she readied Hie stairway tho couple was not In sight Ann heard steps above, heard a door open. As she reached tlio top ol the flight a light (lashed on la one of the rooms nnd a door closed, Ann knocked at the door. life." "That's wliat I tell him,'' Carol said. She turned lo lier husband. ."Larry, will yon run dowu to tho grocery and do a Uttle replenishing o( tlie pantry? Otherwise wo don't eat. Meanwhile- I'll 3p ni u, e wliolo story In my sisler-ln-law's car." S'-e did. glowing. Carol's bappl- ness was revealed in her volco and eyes. "1 r-iloro helng poor," she said. "I have never had any happiness In my life before. 1 wlah It could te Ilka (Ills always, but It won't, of course. Ann, I,arry belongs to on aristocratic Kentucky family. They haven't forgiven him lio's too proud to ask favors." " and "But, Carol, you shouldn't conceal your marrlago Irojn your raolhor—" "You mustn't tell her." Carol said. 'Not until Larry finds n (ob of some klml. it frightens me when I think ol what she might de- break up our marriage in some way. [ couldn't risk losing I.arrr- I'll he 21 soon. And then we hope Larry will liavc a Job In a fnw days." "IIoiv In tlio ivorld did you manage?" "I left the train at the first sta- .lon and enno back on another. 1 sent Hess a night letter and she's Jccn helping me by posting letters continued. ' mother. J poor," adore it." The next moment she anil Carol stood staring In each other's eyes. "Ann!" Carol's eyes flashed angrily. "May I come in?" "Certainly, now that you have found us. Clever work. Ann. Did you hope for mother's favor as a reward?" "Don't he silly. Carol." Ann said slowly. "1 followed you because I was worried." Sho looked about, a little bewildered, taking in tho exceeding, ly modest bin aliraclive quarters. Carol's tascc- and a very little money had worked wonders. "Oil!" Carol smiled a little. "You were worried because you thought 1 was living-in a. love nest. Well. I am. but It's n little different from tlio usual kind. Meet my husband —Lawrence Ames." A NN lookeil at Carol, brimming over .with dor new-found hap- ilncss. Ann .was thinking of I'etcr. How different her experience bad been! Imagining herself ii love with someone else and non fighting to svtn Peter from another woman. Hopeful one day and less hopeful the next, Carol, reading ilio n-lstfiiliiess in Ann's eyes, said impulsively. "We gave you a raw deal. I liopo you can forglvo me.™ "1 didn't blame you." Ann said generously. "i t , V as all so queer and sudden. Carol. I'd love to liclp a llltlc—financially." "H's sweet of you. Ann. bul !'ii ralbcr not, I Ind some money with mo when I left home. And Larry lias hail some odd johs. You'd, smile if I lold you n-imt thej were, so I shan't. ISut tilings will break and as soon as they do we'll tell mother." "1 must rush now," "Stay tor dinner. I'm broiling a steak." "I'd tike lo. but Peler would he calling i!ie police. U mnsi be Ann sasped ami held out her ,', " r "scVea°" hand. "Nol Lawrence Ames, u,e I football star-;?'?/ - , .. , . . i , You. mustn't,-tell U'eler. Nol "Yes Indeed! And am I proud!" ""Jbod.*. yc't- Ann>- ; "\1...,,-.. . A DEGUEE of longitude varies from G9.1 miles at tiic ermato- to zero at tl,e poles, bul on flat ,„„,» n j| acercfs 0 , longitude arc represented as of equal IcngUi. NEXi-: In ivliicli nay Is smokeless ponder £ mu!<cli-ssV Salem, Ore., Newspaper Has a New Home Knowledge ol: the Muscles Is Essential In Massage its "V )>!{. S1OKRIS I'lSIIIILIN Kdilor, Journal uf the ArnriJi-;m Medical Association, and M Ifj. eri:>, the Hcaltli i\1 isa/inr Atnssagc will hcl|> resloiv :i!i- lr Issues that hnvc tccn Inui'i-d sprained. ur fractured. Put dial isn't nine rubbing. Rubbini; n w y do a food deal of harm, as ucll us £ood. A qualified ma-sscur must h.-ivc n knowledge of lln: parts codTrnrl nnd of the way jr. wind: liicy work, nnd he must also know the difference- between normal u.'..sur-s and tlnmagcd. ones. One of Hie chief values ot nm- £3gc Is lo exercise p.irt.s <s[ the body Uiat cannot. IK exercised mir- mally after mi injury, n u iP ij;. sues are kept absolutely ouicl Ihcy arc injured by lack of use. ' Genllc ma.vsago of the abdoiven i Iul occasionally aids movement, in the I t°' large bowel. When mwsoqc is a!) - plM to miiidci. a itiitiulatc., H;cn, and aids rcmovul of Ihe paxlucls ' some m;i\s«ii3 (o help relax mi tie s|),i,sim'. When there are thickenings of the tissue under the skin and Vnen the inuM'lcs arc stifl and sore, another movement is applied lo loosen up tiie lliickciunijs and the .stillness of the muscles. This is called friction. II involves u rathrr circiilatorv movement which mnsi i;o npiiricrt very carefully nol lo cause pain 01- aggravate tlio condition it is planned lo benefit. In tlie of ntliletcs whose muscles rue hiinlcntd and still after severe exercise, kneading movements are used. Here u, c Ungrs arc chicny employed, ibu lissur.s terns grasped between the fingers and the thumb as these arc moved [Up and down. You must be carc- 1 '"' to avoid hurting by pressing hard. ' * J Sometimes tlit whole hand i: used, in graspin; and sometimes the two hands aie iiicd to wvinj alanig rccttperatlon Tosm/n several difldent types u[ mono,,, which-arc u.scd for spccilic purposes. First thrrc is n MioUi:' movcmcnl, will, the palm of the hanrt applied iimiiy , md . vr , ^ away from the cxtirmit|,. s and"In- ware! tlie heart, p,ii'|K»e of I Ins movement is u, aid in (iriiimn, Hi- veins in [lu- } | ;in inui ,1,^.,^ ,,, Improve t!n> (irciibiion nf |>... Mood. A light and oven slrokinj ( f ( ,i' tkin away Iran the heart "and ;-ware! the fKtrjiuitl:i U li: • ••• • menis in ! athletes. Aliollur lypr ol mwciwiil is loppini: \viin iin- Pil | tns ,, r I,,,, hands, the ;:itlw of || w ]!lll)rjs or the closed, lists. Tlic chief ptir- |!0?r ol racii movements Is vilna- lion. Nowadays v.iiiuns lonns nl ctw- tric.11 vltr.itors pnividr this kind ol massage cvrn l;nlcr Minn (hoy '•ail lip flK'Vlficti |,v llf,. 0 [ (ti c naniK Hmvrvcr. jnn rm:~i undn- I flBiiil wiwl yr>n are dniiu ti-ith all j :!cc.iriral vii.-rnlor, hcraus: this also ; wV vKc-JLC! hai'm H iHtd to ex- ' Carol said. "Sho Introduces mo as though sho wcro unveiling a slaliie." the hlond young man said. "I can't uiako her sec It's no great honor to be married to somebody who has come a cropper." A NN found herself liking the * young man Immensely. How many tlines had she seen his name In headlines on tlie sports pages! Tliero had been ono particularly bip, black banner line when ho was expelled from college and his chances for greater football honors bad gone glimmering. "You shouldn't feel that way," Ann said. "A college scrape shouldn't be allowed to ruin one's Ann agreed, doubtfully, site went away really envious, ot.these two. facing their problems toselhor and so terribly .in .love. .If..Peter wore at a coruer grocery 'replenishing tho larder and she wore gelling ready to cook bis supper In a bright, clean little kitchen how happy she would be. 1'eter arrived at the apartment before Ann. "I B-.IS worried," lie said, "You have never been out so laic before." "It was foolish lo worry," Ann told him. If only sho were not pledged to secrecy about Carol's marriage. Peter would understand and know just what to do. fie would find a position Larry Amos would fit. "1 was afraid you'd been uui. napped." "liuagliia anybody wanting mo!" Ann Eafd. "Imagine!" He came over to her, llfled her hand and slipped a ring on her slender linger. Ann stared down at the magnificent stone nnd then raised her eyes to his. There were tears In her eyes. I'etcr said, moved, "You funny khl. You knew I planned to glva you a ring, didn't your "It's tho most beautiful ring i ever saw In my life." Ihu thero was no happiness In Ann'a voice. Suddenly silo turned away and wont Inlo her room. Ann was thinking, "n 0 |j CQ p 3 loading mo down with gorgeous things but he doesn't love me. lie's fond of me and this ts his way of showing It Ilia tie doesn't love me." She looked down at the glowing stone. Yes. It wa$ tlio ai os , OK ,u- llful ring she had ever seen. Uut It didn't mean anything. Only Dial I'etcr was frightfully rich and gen- J.TE walled b'lit slic did nol return for a long lime. When she did her fnco looked pale. Then be to- menibcred Hint Ann had not explained why she bad stayed out so late, long past tlio usual dinner liour. He hated tho ugly path his nol tho kind to meet men—to meet n man she loved. He couldn't bear doubting Ann. "Did you go to Sarah's." ho asked as she 8at down near him. "No." Peter knew that he might con llnue this catechism indelinilely, and the answer would bo the same. He felt cheapened by questioning Ann nt nil. She probably though! he had no right to ask her where sbo bad been. And probably he hadn't. "How Is the pinn lo Increase wages at the factory working out?" Ann asked then. "It hasn't worked out yet But it's going to," Peter answered. "Ann. I wam grandfather to tnko the men Into the business on a profit-sharing system with an , Increase in profils based on length ot service. When a man gives all his tlmo nnd effort to a Job he's entitled lo be building some security for himself nnd family, isn't he? And to participate in some of Iho benefits he's earned." "Of course." Ann agreed. "Are you lalktng socialism, Peler?" i A "I'm talking common sense and -*' common humanlly. I hope 1 can make grandfather see It." "Whal does he say 1 ;" "He calls me a radical. Says I'm as bail as Eric. He says college-did nothing for mo bul give mo a muddled philosophy and he's afraid to leave me his money for tear I'll give It all away." Peler grinned. "1 Ihink it would lie nice to give money away." Ann said. "I'd lovo being a laily bountiful — not tho basket Kind but doing something really concrete and conslrucllve lo help people. Peter caught her hands In lua and squeezed ihetn hard. "1 knew "iii'd feel that way." And then the ugly ilioughl leaping out. -If bo had asked Ann whether she'd seen Tony this afternoon would lier answer have, been (To Be Continued) SALEM, Ore. IUP> -The Capital A a home of in architecture, with full length i Monte Coons, windows giving It a distinctive appearance. H is air-conditioned, fireproof, steam-heated and daylight lighted. ' — has seen his ro- mancc fade. In a suit for divorce filed here recently against Mary K Coons, he charged abandonment. The couple w.'rc inuiried tecretly in July mis year. f i f l the few ' gncd exclusively | for a newspaper, is modern Gothic (An Vet's ALBUQUERQUE, . N. M. (UIM-- OUR BOARDING HOUSE" SC-ycar-old Civil War veteran Japanesc peasants carry their young; papoose-fashion when tilling ttcir fields, 'fhc younj; arc carrlctt on tiie back of tlie father instead of the mother, however. ' T ? ^? HEARTY -ROUNDEL&Y/ "^ ^ DONT j^-^AFF-KAFF-^. GRUrAp |\ HE161A /-/oJ'-.M&KR; .._...._ iOYFULLY^ NOEL^, VO EL^ VOU Tl-OSH TO1A AN~ JERRY STOUT By Aheni GiVETWW TOiv TV\' "DE.TOUF2,, , HE'S -BtEN ATiDINia EXTRA. VOLTAGE TO IT/ IT HAS A-&OOT ' HOW THM'LL "BLOW TH' CUINDER HEAB OFF dfe!i^^o*/lU! t; K . .;l£ife-^ nfefgjg

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