The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1931 · Page 4
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PACTPOU1 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.Y COURIER NEWS TOE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THI OODRUB NEWS' 00, PUBLISHERS 0. R. BABCOCK, KBtOf H. W. HAINIS, AivtrtWof Bolt National AdvertUJnj RtpreMDt«Uve>: -The Thomu F. Clark Co. Inc., New York, Uuta, OalUi, 8aa Antonio, Su> O, Cll'CAjo, 6U Loul». Ever; Afternoon Eiwpt Sunday. Entered »i KCOBCI clau matter at Ihe poll office it BlythevUle, Arkansas, under act of Qoocnv October 9, 1917. Semd by UM United Prett 8UB8c«nrno>i KATES BT curler In the city of BlythevUle, 15o per week or $6.60 per year in ativince. By mill wltbln a radius of SO relief, $3.00 per jttr, |lj60 tor six month*, 85c lor three months; by mall In posUl tonts two to six, Inclusive, »«.SO per year, In tones reven and elb'lit, 110.00 per year, payable In advance, Opportunity in Arkansas In natural resources Arkansas is one of tho richest states in the American union. In per capita wealth she is one of the poorest. The ai>i)!ircnt conclusion is Hint Arkansas people huve rot made good use of their opportunities. That accusation, however, may bo dismissed as irrelevant. The important thing is that the opportunities exist nnd that they are ours to enjoy if we will. These remarks are made apropos of nothing in particular, but with the thought in mind' that such attempts to increase our state's prosperity as the 90-day-divorce measure anil the oft repeated attempt* to legalize race track gambling are shots wide of the murk. . It is no doubt true that we can catch a few dollars by inviting residents of other states to come here to do . things' that the laws of I heir/ own states do not permit. But aside-from the loss to our own self respect inevitably involved in such a program there is the danger that we will make 1 Arkansas a less desirable place for the kind of dollars that are needed to turn the potential wealth of our soil, onr water power, our forests and our minerals into a better living for our people. The writer shares with President Hoover (the latter a recent, and, we 'fear, half-hearted convert) the Jcf- fersohian view that, prosperity is not creat'&Mjy la\v.s. Wealth is the product of the application of labor and capital to the land and other natural resources. Legislation may enrich one class of citizens, but only by taking away from another—witness the tariff. . . But while legislation cannot create prosperity it can interfere with its creation, and that is part of (he explanation why the natural resources of Arkansas have not meant greater prosperity for Arkansas |>cople. We have permitted our state to fall into the smothering embrace of a . great parasitic political growth that sucks the economic strength of the state and serves no interests hut ils own. We have reached a point where legitimate '•jusiness lives in trembling fear of the next, new attack by a • vampire bureaucracy which is con.tin- ually seeking new sustenance for itself. •The time does not seem far off when a dollar bill will he afraid to show itself in public lest some new lax collector reach for it. For the situation which exists we have principally ourselves to thank. We have turned the state over to professional office holders and then made it easy for them to take care of themselves by setting up a demand for the state to perform a dozen different functions that ought to he left to the local units of government. The result could have been predicted—slate taxes and lax collectors, inspectors, bureaus, boards, commissions and hangers on without end, with u combine;! personnel that has a political grip Hint will be hard to dislodge. We suggest, therefore, that while the voters arc getting rid of tiio 90- day-divorce law, as no doubt they will when the opportunity to vote upon it conies, they also proceed ID gel rid of some of the barnacles that are holding buck Arkansas. When a Peace Officer Uses His Pistol One of the two youths killed on a public highway in Oklahomi by a deputy sheriff happened to be n nephew of .President Ortiz nublo of Mexico. That kinship makes the deplorable uflalr an Inlcrnatouat Incident. Bill It would be no less deplorable if the victims of n peace officer's pistol had been sous of John Smilli ami .11 in Jones. Conflicting accounts ol what occurred are given by the two peace oflicers involved and Hie survivor of the trio ol Mexican students who were motoring home lor tlicir summer mention from the American schools they hnd been attending. But no matter how this particular case may stand In (lie eyes of the law after the facts have been established, vhe words Hint were used by Governor Murray should have universal Attention. The Oklahoma executive, who declared thai "American officers loo often construe, fleeing, as Justifying the firing of their guns," said in speaking of this unfortunaio matter: "No officer has the right to imke an arrest without n warrant, except for disturbance of the peace committed in his presence. Shooting under other circumstances is done at the peril of the officer." The law should unsparingly demand un accounting in every doubtful vase, to the end that every olficcr muy always realize thai he puts himself in peril of (he law if he abuses or misuses • his privilege of bearing weapons to protect the public i.afcty. —Arkansas Gaxell:- WEDNKSPAV, jdNft iu, 1931 Well, anyway, (lie movie business is iiinciu- mcntally "sound". An Indiana womnu (omul $17,150 In government, notes in torn- Jars slic dug up in her garden. Bottled in bond, UK it were. "Thc drinks arc OK me." as the clumsy jerkcr said spilling-Ihe milk shakes. Nothing goes to a womun'.s head FO niucli us a new summer hat. Even a man of (he world doesn't always know how the land lies. When an engagement goes on the rocks, the disappointed suitor l:cjlns to look for the stone. SIDE GLAJNCES By George Clark wllh the arms straight throws Ihc weight downward and a little forward, and at the same time slightly squeezing the hands toward each other; at three, the hands arc suddenly removed which permits on expansion of thc chest; at a count of four and five, the operator rests and promptly begins again. Kw,.> Victim Warm The entire procedure takes about five seconds, which will permit ot approximately 12 artificial respirations a minute. The movement may be kept up for hours. At the same time, It Is wel.l to keep the drowning person warm, If a Wani'.et U available, and to encourage circulation by rubbing ihe legs. A physician should be secured as scon as possible. Just its soon as the signs of consciousness return, warmth and stimulation are desirable. There is no recesslly for rolling the drowning jiersan over a barrel, hanging him up by.the fcef, or any other rough treatments that us?d to be vogue before 'modern artificial respiration became established. The two most common criticisms are that the artificial respiration is carried on for too brief a time (It Is well to continue even two hours, If there is th? slightest possibility ot resuscitation) and tlie application of the movements loo rapidly. "I'"ink, I want you lo meet my son, Horace, who is jusl oul of collide. Starting- today, he'll be in charge of this department." Chicken's Rights on Highways Defined HARTFORD, Conn., (UP)—The Slate Motor Vehicles Department has no answer to the age-old question. "Why docs a chicken roii the road?" but ii has goue into considerable research as to :he chicken's light lo cross the THIS CURIOUS WORLD ir | Ga being painted and Us days as a ' No Merc Will llic Old Fortl Theatre, Where Lincoln Was Shot, lie ii Caleb-All Storehouse. For the Government; by Fail It Is to Bccimn a Museum of Emancipator's Tie-lies UV SODNKV IHiTCHEK SKA Service Writer WASHINGTON—The old Ford .'healer, where Abraham Lincoln vas shot, Is iretlled up. :ateh-all ntorehmii:^ for the gov- irnment nrc over, fiy fall it will lave become a federal museum, •tech Ing the remarkable Olrtroyd lolleelion of relics from the old iretrap ne-rooS uiu street in whicn Lincoln died. The building hasn't resembled theater for many years. Things vcre done lo it when Ins aovern- ncnl ncnuhvd it timrsly alter Uic assassination and about 40 years igo, while 11 was Using iibeU ky lie adjutnnl ueneral's ollice, ils lloors caved In, killing a score of employes mid Injuring scene;, more. Alter reconstruction it was used to slorc and issue Ihe War Department'!) publications anil pi luted matter until about three years ago when it, came to be used lor general temporary sloraen by various bureaus and departments. Museum em Ground Floor Nothing more is heard of proposal to restore Ihc theater so that it would Icok as it did on the evtiiiin; of April !•!. 1865. Prej'.i- iiice again; 1 , rebuilding and | pcluathig Ihe Mil sination killed thut lie successfully shown lo only eight or nino people at a time. You can't match more than lliat many In the present quarters and souv- er. A quarter's admission will ce charged at first in the old theater because Congress has not appropriated any money to operate 11 as a museum. Three years ago thc government bought the Oldroyd collection for S50.COO. II contains about 30M items. Oldroyd, who died recenliy. uas a Cnil War veleran and Lincoln admirer who devolcd his lifo and money lo tho collection. He refused several private oilers for it. li'.e prizes of the collection are ruiiiidered lo be [lie last thing winch Lincoln wrote—a brief message advising a couple of appli- eanti lor a pass thai they needed none to leave the District of Columbia because Ihe war was over, the Hiblc which Lincoln read as a boy anel which aflccted his literary style iiiiinrtamiy and various pieces of furniture from the Lincoln home in Springfield, 111. Contains Many Items 'I lie assortment also contains Midi items as ca piece of the fringe that hung over Lincoln's head In 'oad. Motor ' Vehicles Cemimissionc Bobbins B. Stocckel has sought answers to these nucslions, oflen littered by automobilists: Has a chicken any right on Ihe righway? Is it a farmer's duly to keep his chickens within certain areas? If a molorist kills a chicken does he have to pay for it? "The question is not so much one of law as one ol proper intent and proper lise of tlie danger-' ous macliinc with which the operator Is entruslcd," said Sloeckel. 'It seems a clear moral duty on. the part of every operator to ex- j kept hy erciss due care and caution for Ihe plar OF \CB IN HIS (CE-SOX "-&UT THE CWEC/fNvc IS" 6 FT SQUARE 1 SY'.tfA SCPW1CE.I1C. (s THE STATE F/oWfie -/ARIZONA... rdens, the monarch noticed f.he charming Alpine primula Sonehifo'.io, was :ise due any domestic creature, be well to apply to animals the rules governing operating conduct toward children." plant,, dying. out and expressed a desire that a specimen be secured. His Majesty's secretary conveyed the royal wish to an officer friend in Yun- nan. A few days later the young officer was on his way. After days of searching he found a cluster of thc plants growing on the summit of an Ice covered peak. They were enclosed in long bamboo and shipped to London. A diary of his wanderings was thc officer and sent with planls. It v,as said the Kin? ; It mighi j read the logs with great interest. ' King's Wish for Flower Starts Arduous Search LONDON', England, (UP)—A wish Keeps Suicides Secret as " Thing to D mer major league ' maiviger, killed himself. Previously the death had been reported duo to natural causes and no reports had been made to police. "Sure I've covered up quite a nimibsr of suicides," Hayes replied readily to his interrogators. "Furthermore, I'm going lo continue to do it. thin I believe it is the humane to rto." expressed by King George for rare flower :;cnt a galir.nt British officer scaling tlie dangerous ice-covered mountains of Bur- YOUNGSTOWN. Ohio, lOPj — Coroner M. E. HnyeK of Manon- ing county had kept "quite a number" of suicide, secret because a it .is "illumine" to shield Ihe victim's famiiv from notoriclv. ma, it \vas revealed here. Upon a recent visit to This practice, v.hicli Urges Women to Spend To End Depression KANSAS CITY, Missouri, (UP) — Wise spending by Ihe women will aid greally in relievinc: thc present business depression, according lo Maty J. Lambkin, delegate to the recent International Chamber of Commerce Convention at Washington. "Although -.n:n are the wage earners, it is true that women have f. large share in the spending and usually watch over Ule family's <tf expenditures," Miss Lambkin said. "H ivcmcn spend wir,°ly during criticd j tins lime of depression, and make claim ir> a violation .ol city inws, each purchase with thought and came lo light v.-UK Hie rcc:!)'. ells-! consideration, their actions will be Kcw covcry Ihal James McAlc;: 1 , !cr- ] rclleclcd in business." '.he theater thai night, small pice? of a tov:el used at the tlcath- t bed. !'. drisci rose taken from Ihc deatl mail's bo^otn a^ he lay iu death, sheet music ricvolcd In Lincoln—includmo about DO different funeral marches, a roll of ui an assab-lv.hic ribbon left alter decoration I of Ihe c.uufalrmc, about GOO pic- Some women ble-.ich iheir luir; others iicvci say dve. OUT OUR WAY AlMT \ I DEAR- TrtRG A. / iF voo DO werci-\ \ CwiY Pou_ 'i^i / /OO Mv-'T ! /' s ;'"^ The ground floor, to be used as : Ulrc s which include a hundred thc inmcum, ii now unly 1:1:0 bi^i original photographs of the prcsi- bare room, ils celling snpporli-d j dent, front pages Irom many by many equally spaced lion pil-j r.cwspapeis carrying news of th: lars. The lonner Ironl entrance.'!: a^ashinalicn. .scores of mourning now !nrg_- niv.dnr.s cxcepl fur badges, autographs of all mem- one. Over in a corner at Ihe rear: bcrs of the military commission is a small etoor corresponding ' which irifd and convicled ihe eon- somewhat to tlie cxil John \Vilkes :.pir;elors. a library of hundreds Bcotli Icok r.s he fic<1 into what is. of books of Llneolnliuia, the old now an alley lo mount the hors; : wood cooking stove Irom the Lin- hf'.rt lor him by "Peanuts" Bur- : coin home and a wheel Irom the rows. The whole place is uppioxi- Lincoln family carriage. Lincoln's m.itcly Ilrrpiuuf and 111.-, wi-ik «:: own books, letters nrltlen by Linit Ins been confined lo mineral • coin, many political cartoons ol rrpan:', and nii-nly of paintiiv: I the period, many Email iwrsona! Insiele an-1 out. Tlie old dir'.y belongings and both life and death Bray paint cnlsitic was sand- masks. bi.-istcd and Hie bricks pointed bj Viirions addition lo the rolicc- llnil they Iwk like new. U 0 n liavc bten donated .since Ihc I'. S. Ciranl III In C'liarcr -oveinmenl bought it and Colonel Present operations arc beiin Grant says tlicrc will be many carried out through the miiialuc'good things Uiat the government of Colonel U. S. Ciranl 11. diivc- j itself can adrl. tor i:f public bulldn-.i;:- ai;:l The lion: -a where Lincoln died, grounds Uranl was v.orncl abo-.ii ;:u w liousine; the collection. prob- th? lire h;i;:,ml which lu:. ahv.i\ > nb!y will be preserved anel rc- ttucateiicd Ihe Oldroyd colUiclU):, stored as nearly as possible to ils an:l poinls out that it i-an i:j.«. appearance K~ years ago. — . Middle Age Men Sueci'imb Most Easily to Drowning 11V l)!t. MOKKIS ri*li]>i:iS' .1uurn.il of tlir An-.i li-.-ui Alienation, ami nf |l>- ccia. Utr Health M.is,i f i,, r n:-l deatlv, from drm:.;.; <-. cur fiom May lo Aiis;•-',•,.;>..; swimming is iwpular. '('•'• ;r. i- Jority of cn:.cs o( divai.;:;•• . •„!•:; in ir.cn. Tivr-nly-fU 1 }:••" 'n:'. -,-. Iho-.c wiucli ccrtiniti in r : ::,;;. i In a r.-rriil ftuiiy a t'.. -ib,,:, by Ihc California St.i"> !>•-:>, :n-. , • <-f Health, nlf-clnl pcr-p: . •-,,, ! the a;es of 3o and .'>4 i; • :--,.!, deaths Irom d:-»\i:ni: - c<- -i, In ix-riplc between Ihe ;-.-. . ( ,i -j> and 31, presumably b.c.!i,:i ;!.-, Ih'uple til'' 1 at un ase '.viiin u.f, swim lalriy well and iur,r tn^i-;;, vigor to withstand the ;-.»;;.'„; cx))osiirc. Approach cf Ihc vai'j i makes It Importer i tj •• Jgjln II:-: desliabili!/ i eieryone attcciatcd i'.i mill;: or wiili '.vork around «a iimlcrstand tlie elements of rcit Vreicrdure Is Simple The proccciure is relatively urn- itle-. The m:"cn^ciou.s jx-r; :!;eu!d be plarrd face down, with II- • head slightly lower lliaii ihc Ict-t. I'inccrs .should lie ;iul l!r niiiiilh ID fur il o! any ir.ud or ntt-r-r iniilcri;i| tli.i', may be in tl . Onv ;irm :ind hand ol thc Individ- i mil may be put iui(<,:r llu- hr;»ln)| :is lu keep lii:. muulli and JII;M- mil r-I wind. Thr prr.-on In pc-rloim ralilicial iConirulion can knee! over llic body. imUiiig one hand on each Mdc of the imconicious person, jiibl below tlie lowxir ribs. Tho nuvcmcnls may be made in lluii accrding lo count. At one. thc hinds arc placed on llic lower ribs, thumb!> and fingers togcllKr. wrists ab-.tiv MX InciiCo apart; at Inu, the uix:rate.r ailsst on the knees and j THE OF THE MANIKINS Opening day in the grand salon o.i: one oi' the fashionable Parisian dressmaking- shops. Dazzling lights, gorgeous draperies, glided chairs, flashing jewels. . .. Behind the miniature stage a bevy of beautiful manikins—in velvet, satin, chiffon and lace. The curtains part. One by one they emerge, pirouette, descend the -steps—and before you sweeps a magnificent array of thc latest fashions! Perhaps it has never been your good fortune to witness one of these affairs. But the imaginative mind need not go to such distant places to learn what is new and charming in the world of personal adornment ... or what is useful and modern for the home . .. or tasty and wholesome for thc table. Let the day's advertisements pass in review! For in word and picture they, like manikins, display before you thc latest and best things from thc realm of merchandise. Studying the advertisements is not only very interesting, but it enables you to shop with greater assurance of getting exactly what you want—and the gi'catest value for your money! Head llic advertisement a. They arc fascinating and useful tunes! ..r*

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