The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1932 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 15, 1932
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PAGE FOUR ^LYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER SEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 1982 THE BLYTHEVILLE COUBIER NEWS ' THE COURSER KEWa CO., PUB 0. R. BAUCOCK., Editor I!. W. HAIHES, Advertising So!* National Advertising represent at' ves: ArXacsss Dailies, 7nc., New Vork, Chicago, Stroll, St. Louis, Sjallaa, Kaiisu City, Little Bock. PublUhed Aftmnoou Except Jtnttred as second ciuss uiatler of. the post lltlet at Ulylhevllle, Arkansas, under act 0. Congress October a, 1911. Serves t» trie Unu*J Prca HIJUSCIUTTION By carrier la tlic city of BlyCievflle, I6e per stec'k or «6.50 per yeur In adiance. IJy mall within a ratlins ot ED miles, $3.00 per year, $150 for six months, 85c for llii"> e months; at mail In postal zones two to six, Inclusive, $6.50 per year, in tones ECVCII and ei;;hi, vcr year, payable In ndvnnw. Murray and tht Tariff Tim picture of \Villiiiin M. Murray us an uiicoulli and unU'lleral yokel, which gdiiied circulation v.'hilu lie wiii coiKhictintf his swci:ssfiil "hilun-hik- iiij;'' cnin|):iis« f' 11 ' governor of Oklahoma, lii'.s bowi (lissipiUwl. Murray i:i now rocoijtu'wil :is a niuru Uian nvdiiiiirily well eilwaled man, with niarko;! ability iitoiiK wrlain lint*. Ik'himl iiis Chick Sale* vi-'tijje ami hi.- Lackwoods rmiimei'ism.s \x a kciui ami lYftiucd miiul. Just because we linvc been i'orml to diiiuue, our jrp\>riiisul of Alfalfa Hill, however, is no I'wison for iissiiinini? that Hie real William 11. Murray is particularly bcllur iiualifii'd lor high na- lional oll'kc than iho clownish figure thill we have discarded. At loji-.-l there aro sotitl VeasoiiA to doubt that Hill Murray, for all liis rather astonishing knowledge of economics and politics, ha.s the faculty of straight thinking thai America needs in • her leaders today. His professed belief Unit solution for many of. Iho ills of nedcuUwc is 16 , be found in Utc iirolwrt'vc tavid' is ; almost enough alone lo discredit him, i particularly in the cotton, wheat, and tobacco states whose self uppoirAtd savior "he seems to consider himself. •• 'iho United Stales is the world's creditor. We cannot collect the billions' owed us.if \vc close our doors to trade with foreign nations: The United Stales imxlucas tremund- oiis'surphiioa of cotton, tobacco, wheat, copper, flour, relinod oil, automobiles and various kinds of machinery. Wu cannot dispose of (hose surpluses abroad if we por.ii, ; lenily refuse to accept the floods of foreign nations in exchange. That is so obvious that the public man who refuses or is nnablo to see it does not merit the coiilidcncu of the people. The. Red Menace A contemporary, commenting on the recent riot at the Ford plant in Dearborn, Mid)., makes the following wise appraisal of the silnation: "Except for conditions thai impel men to violence, agitators would have no audience but themselves. Men with job.-, dnn'l riot. 15ut u:iy o.OOO captains of American industry, multi-millionaires, employers, men with an ingrained respect for private property, can he turned into communists in a year's time by break!m; them on the industrial wheel and keeping their stomachs empty." It is not communist agitator* that this,country needs lo fear, but condition', that gain a hearing for such agitators. Tlii! cure for such situations as that in Detroit lies not in police clubs ami guns but iir elimination of the causes of such uprising!!. SIDE GLANCES By George Clark Sales Tax Fads When the manufacturers' sales lax comus up fur discussion, you might like ID mull over some figures recently .submitted by the People's Lobby, at Washington. Pointing out that this lax is designed to raise around ^050,000,01)0, the lobby reminds us lOUO there \\vrn 7:515,357 Americans whilst: incomes were more than .•J5000 apiece. 'Ihtsc incomes totale:! ^10,108,000,000; ami the , men who draw them would have ID" "spend just bilf of that on manufacturer;; in order to contribute as much as §10(1,0110,01)0 under thu (ax ]:-.w. That, obviously, leaves something like $150,000,000 lujbe collected from the people who earn less than §5000 a year. The lobby estimates that fully .^000,000,000 of it will be paid by those earning less lhan RISOO a year. 1,'nless those figures! win be contro- vtiilwl, jit will he hard to make the .-ales tax look like an eijiiilable measure. (iKBHANS ANNOUNCK OFFENSIVE On March 15, 1918, Generals von HlndenbUrg and Ludcndorit of Ui: German army announced that a smashing offensive against the western front -would follow within a week unless the Allies showed iKmselves ready to negotiate a ace treaty. They proposed to use troops tak- n from the Russian and Balkan rents lot the operations, which vere expected to be on the greatest die known In all history. General Semenolf led a movement of White Russians In Siberia lo redeem the country from the Bol- shrvikl. Japanese and Soviet troops clashed in Amur province in Si- setia, the Japanese losing 150 killed The state council of Courland formerly In Russia, offered the dir cal crown to the kaiser. "Why, I'm afraid I forget lo mention lo the entploymcn agency that my kitchen is rather small. - MS CURIOUS WORLD Everyone Can Undcrstaucl Two men stood in wniling on the Hlgluvny Aiuht Commission at Little nock Frldny. Cuo was lo tell ,the invcsliaalors thnl he had bfcii low Wildi-r for asphalt on the Hot Springs-AiUaiirlphla highwuy nl fO.91 » Ion— lail nliln'l yot Ihc job. Ttic sccoiul ninn, nichavd !1. JIufiun, treasmoi' (>( Ihc Hognn Conslvuclton company, was scheduled (o explain why his concern got the JoD at Slim A ton, ami why" the Stale Hlolnvny Utpailment, paid him 571.000 rent at the rate of $500 u tlay for machinery that lay idle 1« days. • The first mini, P. F. Connelly of tliu Connelly Puviny company went on the stund und .told his story. lint the wconil 111:1:1, uravelj 1 coiultlriins nlist lay jahead ot hhu, \vcut back to h'.s olUce uiul sl:ot, himself. Here Js the oldcol and siiddcsl, story in tlie history of republics—nviiricc (hat wrecks l»]it-!cnl nnibltion and corruption that drives men to suicide. When Richard II. Ho^an, siia'cwful caalrac- loi 1 , put a gun to his head ami pultcd the Iris- ger, he stripped Ihe Slate Higlnvay Department, ot whatever confidence (he people sllll had. This tells hi more damning fi:slilO'.i than a thuusand {irlutcil pages lhat something Ls terribly wrong. Mt-n don't yo .onl and stKOt- llienisylvcs exci'pt under elrcimislanceo whii'h citizens of every aje and nation perfectly understand. —Hope Star. Wauls on Foot Should Be Removed Only by Physician ^tv 1)1!. MOIIKIS FISHBEIN cation of an electric current which KiUlnr, Journal [if llic American I kills the blood supply and causes Association, and of lly- I the warl to fall oil. gch, tin: Hfallh Magazine' ! This last process Is painful but Among (he most common growths : the pain may be eliminated through cm the human skin are warts ol all j the use of local anesthetics. The X- tj'lHjs, Almost everybody hns a | ray sometimes Is used to cause the "cure" for \varls and some rather j disappearance of a wart. Nitric foolish iilea ot how they originate. I acid, glacial acetic acid and chromic Warts sometimes disappear spoil- i acid are also used. There is always tancously, but the disappearance ts : the danger, however, that the burn- Wood Burning Autobus Operated in Germany WASHINGTON. (UP)—Wood has been substituted for gasoline In an autobus operating between Hamburg and Bad Brahmsledt with a saving of 85 per cent in fuel costs, according to reports received from Hamburg by the Department of Commerce. The operator of the wood burning bus claims that ."ils present machine has run about 7,000 miles without trouble.- The wood burning apparatus Is mounted upon a trailer attached to lie bus. Connecting pipes carry the lot gas to the motor. Dry woDi is ililtzed because better results- are obtained. Any ordinary motor may be used, according'to (he Inventor wJio also claims that oil consumption is cut in half. THeATiANTlcoo&W in (9*9- t«V WSRE MAS07& wesr INO/AN AMP ANT tie FIRST HU«AN 60ft£~lW£S SefCVfS tone foRA youNe cue 7b 6KMI OR THAI tf (S CHEAPER. t><yXH(UW ONES THAN fj . Keep up THE SOPH* en 6800*16. oim»ri«m«»icc»ic. mually credited to the fact that hig extend deeper than the someone has murmured n potent' wart and as a result an unsightlj eliiirm at midnight in a cemetery j scar will be left, or burled a siring containing us i One of the most painful types of many knots as llierc arc waiis. ! warts is that which occurs on the A wart causes Hills trouble lint i sole of the foot. There seems to be it can tjrmv awfully large in ll.e ; plenty of reason for believing tlia sight Of the person who owns it. I these are infections since they oc Tlic only lime warts cnuse trnibie \ cur particularly in young people in is when they nre situated hi places j schools and gymnasium classes "whn where pressure makes them pjiiitul. j go barefoot around the gymnasium There seems to be some evidence I or the swimming popl. CHURCH EXCUSES Owrfc W. Barhun My son-in-law and hired nun I church, always ready to tell some- Typewriter and Sewing Machine Started Tour CABOOL,'Mo. (UP)—Failing to find woik in Chicago, G. Henri and Wilkie Wade, formerly of Cabool, who are vlsltlnt' an aunt here, traded a sewing machine and a typewriter lor a flivver and started out to see the world. That was in Chicago in 1930, and since (hey have traveled 40,000 miles visiting every state In the union, but Tennessee, and penetrating into Mexico and Canada. Sign painting and sale of iiand- adc novelties provide expjnse .oney. read something in the papers about some child that had been misplaced, or something, and tliat all the smart detectives in the country, as well as a lot of other people, have been looking high and low for this child. It seems they read all che papers and they say they read where a. lot of fellows who are in jail want out; and. say that if they can gel out their knowledge of people who that the \vtirt is an infecti'jio condition caused by a fillrab!: 1 viriM, or nn organism so small that It cannct be seen under trie micro- Such warts may become EO painful as to interfere with walking. Their treatment demands the most careful consideration of a compe- scopi'. However, it cannot te easily I tent physician. The hard skin on infectious since there are many people who arc in contact, will! warts bat never have them. The ordinary wart can be removed by many methods", sc-meiinies merely through softening by the the feottom of tlie foot must, be softened, the wail removed and the damaged tissue protected by proper bandages and antiseptics during the process of healing. Sometimes electrical niclliods arc application of corrosive chemicals; j used for destroying these warts sometimes by cutting or sandpaper-1 mil, this aiso demands the mos1 Ing, and sometimes by the appli-1 careful help of an cxperl. Thtve is no doubt in my iwit'.d that IUH'.ST cceanlc- airship lines will be.In oper.UIon witliui n few years. —Dr. Karl Arnslcin. vice, president, Gcodycnr-zeppchn corporation. The Chinese army al olianylm pulled a last one. It retreated so rapidly the Japs diili.'l- hme lime to change their demands belorr llic had umplicd wllli the: old oni-s. Indian Goes to Trial • for Killing White Girl GLOBE. Ariz., March 15. IUP> — A hit nervous in the utiusunl setting of a whits man's court of justice, Goluey Seymour. Indian youth, today heard the first of the evidence with which the government seeks to send him lo the sallow's Trial of Ohio Kidnap Case Completed Today WARREN, O., March 15. (UD — Trial ot Dowell Hargravcs, Youngs town, O., on charges of kidnapin James Dejutc jr.. Niles. O., school boy ended today and Judge Lym GrUIUli took the case under ad viscment. The judge, who heard tha cas vshcn a jury trial was waived b tt:c defense, indicated he wcui tomorro 1 By Williama - 1 DOMT \T ! To e.AT A"=> MCC1I, SQAt-< UP TN.MICE. Trt' HEAT AM' ^aiiuwi, for His slaying of Henrietta Sclmi- crler, young Cohimln university stu- dcnl. The 21-yenr-o!d Apache showed have his decision ready litilp o! CC .•iica'.-sm li.ii'uicivil j morning, with his race as government witness^ Ic.stified. He shifted imcasi- ly in hs seal, sent glance.-, ground the court room, nnri rn:::.:nua)ly ran his longuc over his li;;;. First lo testily was Mi , Hmh Uncicrliill. an attaciic ol rriumbia univcrsily, who said Ihe *:;: c girl r or County JUU5C was sciil to the Indian n-.-.rratlnn IzAL, B. HARRISON (for 2nd term) last" June lo study the lial;:'<. arts. Read Courier News Want Ads. body they can do things so much better than' the .one working »t the job. San Quentin Prisoners , Demand Better Education I SAN QUENTIN PRISON, Cal. p)— Consider the plight of the j convicts of San Quentin prison, j carry off children and other things j They don't know any prison sumgr. !| • would help them to go almost dt- •, rcct -to where this child is. or keenly. feel their ignorance quit* j One of them wio!e the editor The Bulletin, prison magazine: "Why doncha git some wise guy r should be. Now as I ne\er read a paper, all they tell me may ixot b e true. Yon take a man of my knowledge and ability—it's not to rit( ,' abou t ihb here slang thats , rtccsssary tor him to read papers, | in the pri50I1 stories so that us i or anything else. I will say this bozos can lcarn to savvy n-*at it —that, if these fellows who are mc ans? Seems like iheys a lotta in jail arc so much smarter than . un detwoiid talk, called 'argot.' or ! Ihe detectives who are out, there j something like that and ya " is something wrong. I guess in | make foutl nor tails out of i some respects they are like a lot! ithin in them 'magyzines wit of people who belonged to the I nocn w hat the words means. How- church when I was head of the j come this p^ ]lasil cot up wlth church board, and the whole' that there slang?" Announcements Tlic Courier Ncire nas wen authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Democratic primary. August 9. and Iraditions of Apacin as work toward a degree loaophy. Voir. to Exempt Canned Goods From Sales Levy WASHINGTON. M:tr. ] The hcus? ways and i\v.. miUcc lortay voted lo r>:r ; rainier! goods from ii-.<manufacturers sales tax. Iruifs. vegetables, fish ;:: vvci'e exempted. It is estimated lh-., lii us would cut Slirn the S535.cnc.0fl0 which :j ; was desisnccl to r:i:,r. • nillcc 'also agreed i:i amendment pxcmplm- i tdcernms from the p. .1; on iclcarams. ' 'UP!-'•-•• coni- .::' incst I 1 : 'IWscd c.v.nicd •'• meals i wmp- ' ' from •-s tax '•"• com"".? an • ; -iiaj ' .1 l Thief Suffers When Judge's Coat Is Taken BENTON, Ark.. :, .(jr A farm boy charged v. : -, : .-,,.,; a hog .might have V.:». ,> '..ghttr :enlcnce lodny if l.e ;: t -»°coat had not been slo:e;i J'^st as JuSsc T. ;; ; ..,.. xvns ab^ut to pass seuicr..-.- .. f mmrt EO!*1l*OIlg lltln JitClCll r.'..- . ,> • frnill ;he tack of his cha,:-. -,i.-' .. C , T he told the youth aii r . ; : ; .. a i nc d his cimposure. For Sheriff ROLAND GREEN CLARENCE H. WILSON County Treasurer V. W. HOLLIPETER (for 2nd term) Circuit Court Cferk R. L. "BILLY" OA1NES (for 2nd term) County and ProMtc Cltrk W. H. "DOC" 5CARBORO MRS. JOHN LON'G (He-election) MISS CAKEV WOODBURN For County Assessor JOE S. mULAHUNTY (for 2nd term) CITY Kt.F.trriON Tuesrtiy, April 5 City Ckrk S. C. CRAIG (for re-election) I1EUMAN CROSS JOK '.V. ALEXANDKH OSCAK ALEXANDER For Municipal Judge GEORGE W. BARHAM IVY W. CRAWFORD 0. A. CUNNINGHAM Tor City Attorney SAM MANATT For Alderman, 1st Ward G. H. GREAR L. G. "PETE" THOMPSON For Alderman, 2nd Ward S. It. EASTBURJI ADVERTISING brings a new world to your door-step "Judge and Mrs. J. M. Beech entertain at luncheon today." ... "Work starts on new road." ... "New York bank sees strength in Britain." ... "Library shares in large bequest." . . . What an interesting, moving provocative world the newspapers bring us 1 . News of our friends, of our town, of every-day happenings all around us, and >of events that stir the world. Imagine a people without newspapers! We'd be lost. And imagine trying to live intelligently without this other kind of news: "Sport shirts at reasonable prices." . .. "Rugs, a new lot from Persia." .. . "Six days to Montreal and back, at special rates." . . . "Wicker chairs, as low as §7." . . . News of food and motor-cars, of ginger ales and pianos, of leather goods and carpet lining. The intimate, important news is the advertising ' that influences and changes our whole manner of _ living. • Make it a daily practice to read the advertisements in this newspaper. Read them carefully, just as you read the news articles. For advertisements, given a chance, will make your life more comfortable, more enjoyable, more productive of good for others and for yourself.

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