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OOUI1BE COUROR yews oo, PUBUSIOM 0. R. BAJCOCK, Kltor 8. W, Bole NtUoot} A'tfwrtum* R*prt«eaUttm: * (MUlM, IOC,, Ntw Vert, 6t, Lauli, Ptllu, S»r*»f! Oly. Eut«T(! M second el&*» mittcr «t the pott offlcfl tt Biythe»U)«, Ar- kinttf, under tfl at Cwigma, October I, Ijn. Served cy the Unitta Pre»_ SUBSCRIPTION BATES By curler In the Crty or BlvUlovlUa, 16o per week or »«.W per y««r In »<Jv»ncc. By mill KlthJji t rtdlua of M rnik*, »3.00 pet jttr, $1.50 for »ls months, 85o tor tUee month«: by m»ll In posUl iont» two to (Is, Inclusive. »«.sd per jtu. In »n«s ttita *ntf e^ht, HO.OO p»r yenr, A Blessing to the Blind There are 64,000 men, women and children in the United States who never have seen a daily newspaper. They, are the 64,000 blind whose reading is limited to l;ooks and magazines published in braille and whose knowledge of day by day happenings in the world depends on what they ;irc told or what others read to, them. , , A young New Yorker has announced that next fall he will establish u daily newspaper for tlie blind. The young man himself is blind; he. has been sightless since he was t) years old. With the assistance of charitable organizations, lie continued his schnol- ing, won scholastic honors and u college degree. The proposed newspaper will be published in braille. It will contain advertising as welt as news and will be issued five', days a week free to 5,000 blind iir^hc .middle Atlantic states. Later it is hoped to extend this number so fhst the newspaper will reach blind persons everywhere in the United States and Canada. There is something singularly appealing about this effort of the blind to aid the blind. To those less handicapped it brings renewed realization of the thousands of blessings and advantages jo commonly accepted ns to ' be forgotten. The young publisher states bis object in establishing the newspaper is to make it possible for the sightless "to take a more active and profitable part in society." The words may stand as a challenge, to those who can sec. BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS A Memory We Would Not Want to Revive The American home has always been a good deal like the weather. There was a lot of talk about it, but very few ever really did anything about it. Sentimental songs about Getting Back to That Tnmble-down Shack, and Shanties in Old Shantytown have been extremely popular, though it's hard to see just what there is that is really attractive about shacks and shanties. But apparently there was a lot more reality i n these songs than there is in most popular fnngs of the OUT OUR d»y. A report of the American Public H«alth Association reveals some sfart- Hns things about Die Great American Home. • » • Only one-sixth of rural homes liave plumbing. Less than onc-i'ourlh ol' the nation's homa.s have running water; less than half Iwve electricity. Hi. Hnvcu Emerson, presi<lent of Die association, points out in addition thai many private single dwellings are lire- traps, an<l that (lie average AnR-rinan home is wasteful of heat hecaii.-c not properly insulated—and very iincum- I'ortiiljle in summer for the same reason. He adds that many small homes of the south lack the screens in doors und windows that alone will prevent malaria among the occupants. In addition to this, as applied to individual homes, recent revelations in the New York City investigations of tenement conditions have shown horrible conditions of housing that are duplicated to some degree in almost every American city. * • • the lu.ige'Sihou'sing remodeling program of President Roosevelt gains considerable support. Certainly there can be tio better use of federal funds than to loan them for rebuilding the American home into something that will IM: lit to .sing about. Perhaps, if the housing program is successfully carried through, a future generation of song writers will cease to chant of tnmhled-elown shacks and cabins in the cotton and write some tender lyrics to "That Fireproof, Insulated, Tile-bathroomed Old Klcc- trical Home of Mine." At least that would be .something worth singing about. —Bruce Cat ton. Still at Odds After "due weighing" of evidence, Dr. F. Scott McBrirte, general superintendent of tho Anti-Saloon League of America, tinrls tliiit repeal has failed deplorably to sojve the liquor problem. After similar "weighing," tlie New York State Ak'oliolic Beverage Board finds that, repeal in the Empire slate has brought about riet'tnile evidence of social, moral and economic improvement. Repeal undoubtedly has had its benefits and il, also undoubtedly has given rise to sonic conditions which seem worse than was the case under prohibition. But turning a blind nye lo a situation that does not mutch up with tlie investigator's personal prejudices, and magnifying everything tlint does agree with his viewpoint, will not bring the nation any closer to solution of tlie vexing problem. There is such a thing as temperance in investigation as well as temperance in the use of liquor, and some of the fact tinrior.^ might employ it in their research. THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1984 SIDE GLANCES By George Clark CHURCH EXCUSES Bj Oro. W. I THIS. CURIOUS WORLD B C'r j j— — Tim last Hireling ol our flub was the most .successful of all. As Sister and Junior liacl been ROHC fen ;i wirk. l did nut have to j \voriy aboul finding .some one la c them to church, l could and dlil work nut a plan foe cnlcruln- lucnl which iwlutlcd refreshments ol :t very |x-|ipy iia'.uif, ;iwl this iH'inH'the nielu.thai husband ami wile could .'-clcrl othrr partners joit may well guess (fiat, we had thrill afU'r thrill, and ;is most of the chinclirs are either \viilmut, pastor. 1 ) ur lakinn what .some call the summer vncatlon, our club iiH-iiilwrs did not have lo i:ivc Ihc church a thought. I think that when the summer is over we lire going to find it necebsury In rlrop one or two couples from Ihc club roster as their action clearly imli- icntcil lack of proper trainliiB along ! .social lines. I Ibink the party due lo my efforts and management was u success except iXKslnly Hie crude atlrmp! of some in trying In sins "Sweet Aclaline." they did not wcm lo lie familiar with cither the words or tlie melody, I could not hel[> but think how suc- | ret.sful one can lie when they have I nulliing lo worry about. MAKO CAN LEAP JO fff/~ OUT Qf THE WATEH.... IN SPITE OP ITS WEIGHT OP SEVERAL HUNDRED POUNDS. Istanbul "Hy cutting ,'JO feel off the shipwreck scene we can niakcj J' cars - Armenian Caught After Hiding for 15 Years ISTANBUL. lUl'j—Stcpan Hat- chiiilonrian. an Armenian living In stayed indoors for 15 (his kiss close-up last longer." Care Is Necessary to Avert Poisoning by Oak and Ivy 11Y UK. MOKKIS FISHKKIN , A Kiinill amount of phenol ami Editor, .louriml nf the America,, meiuhnl added lo Ihc calaminc lo-j IHerlical AiEocFallnn. and of Hy- lion serves afso to prevent itching.i feia, thr Health Magazine Any doctor can write ;i prtscri|i-i With the coming of summer. I tion containing .the proper iimonnls more ami more ixoptc lake the! of these substances. Tlnnking inai ntlrr such a time, his altered appearance would prevent recognition, he ventured out hilo the .streets and cafes. The lopa-memoriert Turkish police were not, long in picking; him up on a munier charge. Halchadonrian had been with ilie Allied forces when Istanbul '' '"" CHINA... MEXICAN DOUARS ARE tIKEO 50 /WJCH THAT THE CHINESE GOVERNMENf HAS COINED AND USED THEM FOR. YEARS. ..EVEN THE W3ROS "RePUBLKA Of BEING LEFTOfJ. Bv Williams chance of poisoning by the the oak. awl other poisonous vims. These vines secrete an oil which s co Irritating to persons suscep- Ibtc to It that one-millionth, of i gram can produce a serious lr- rilalion of Ihe skin. Fortunately, the vast majority of people aie not susceptible. In hose who are, there is severe reil- ness anrt swelling of the skin anywhere from a feu- hours to one lo two day.s after contact with ihe irritating oil. The usual places where the spols appear lire the backs of the hands and forearms. Ihc fiice, the ncck^ the genital region, and occasionally the leet ami lees. The bllsicrs that form usually | break in from two to four days, leaving n ra«- surface, on which crusts form. Healing takes place under these crust.i. • • • Those who fciiou- ihey arc f\n- ccpllhle [o iwison ivy should avoid exposure to the plunks and. at such times ns they may be ox- to il. they should wear rubber gloves. PI, cxpoixri. tJie irritating oil deposited on the skin should Iw removed as soon us possible by scrubbing first wilh soap nnri water and followlni: wilh alcohol or gasoline. Always scrub away from the parts of the body llmt have not been o.xnoscd-Uiat is. ruh Irom Ihe ellwws downward niiri fiom ic knee.s downward Instead ol owiml the elbows nn'd knees, since Ills may serve to spread the irn- ation. The person affected should also ahe a full halh and have H co:n- ilctu chance of clothing. Clotlihig hat has been conlaininntod ulih ic poison should noi lie used null tt lias been thoroughly wnshrd " cleaned. After the itching and burning have subsided, the healing of the affected spots can be hastened by use of suitable protective ointments and pastes. POUKIDIN' ON TOP OP TH HEAD! IF THftT TH' DUMBEST TMIWS! > DON'T. .YOU ' LICK J' .IS HURTIW HIS FEETOM THSM CINDERS. HITTIKI' BOTTOM. Al Today's Stars and stripes adopted, toy Con.Linen.tB-1 M. , American states- snan, bom. at 'Primrose, Wisconrm 'Best Dresse'd" v on the Riviera a Tmkisli DURING A PARTIAL ECLIPSE LIGHT SHINING THROUGH THE OPENINGS IN POLIAGE FALLS /N THE SHAPE nd-iiii.'.-c th» sun is round. Ihc .sliaclou- o! foliage, in full sunlight, Is Ileckcil ivilh \vliitc circular patches, where the sun sliines through tiny openings, no matter the sliap'j of Ihe NEXT: What is Ihe niclril from the cailh? value nf the radium that Ins been ex- Inilian.s In Stage IMfiraiit : iiiis Miiinncr. The luciians will b: N'EENAH. Wis. (UPi— A uaijeaiil, ^'nciiniptd ;i( Riveisiilp Pavk from with 200 cliarartpis. inchiclih- a . tribe of Winncbago Indians feature Ncenah's part of the Jean jN'icolet tercentennial celebration Aug. 0 to 23. under the supervision of C/iief Whirling Thunder. Read Courier News Want Ads. that's no idla tkrattl 1 know abe'a DEIIIM ll<»..Vt liAIIRIi:!.. cl rc « ft,. lorii.-r, rnlta 1 r i,m «l, c <rjtii«ie mmt !• liilnrril. Tn [tJritMe hrr pnnner, .M.M1KI.I.VK SIMDAI.. llonnn »ot. in 11ri4l«.hnr*B hume 10 Tvcoptrntv, l-roivnilliip in hr inr othrr tin. *l<e I. n.b.in.rn nf Ihc drcrnllnn t,ti, kri'pji ii up. f\-en rrtttn niLI, S1DII.H.. >ln<!i-line'» <-nu,ln. o.li. (ICT l., ninrrj him. Hill unit I>onn> viu. TT.'AXTBB. hm,«tkrrr«-t dlsrti:iri;rd lij Dottnn, IM her rn- riny » M O ,1 s I I) I) A I,. Madeline'* cr.iiMtlnthrr. hr\» a Hlrnbr. ll<-nn»hllr Ulnrirline nho hni nilirrlrd CII.V IIAVIII. <h<- n.ln.al irnln'r. l« l^'llril. 4?cn kiniv* of Ilimnri'a rirrrinlnn nnrt «1eclri«i to lil n <• kin nil hi-r. UR «rnmv» to tfce ncntliy tn\in [mil Dnnnn nEree" in IIIK-I him. Mr». IMnMIrr lrnrni» r.l (hi. i.i.H .mil. Illll nn «nom- n,,,,i« Irrifr. \Vhcn DnnnM rcachrft hi'nir nflrr nirrllnc Ton the tnj* • tn- hn» hi*rn nt n neighbor'*. Bill Nv.\t fiiiirnliic hr coc* fo '(hr hr,i,.|. firrrt* Con nucl ilrmnndn nn 11 1 r'nnn lion r»f Ihc Iplter. M)\V <;o 0> WITH 'HIE STORV CHAPTER XL1II pON'S surprise w =s genuine. "An '' ationyinous tetter?" lie. repeated. "1 ilon't HnrtfjrRland." 'Tcrliaps you will when you rn.nl M." mil tossed the tetter on llio tahle. Hia eyes illil not Inn^o the 01 tier's face ns ho r«ad the played you for a lacker and Ibat you're tm'ocent of the whole rncs?. but If you Bet nasly I can. too. I've kept my mouth shut but If you rile me. by God I'll drag nor fnlo court and let Ihe devil paj the bill!" • * • IT1S words staggered mil. They were utterly Incomprehensible. A Ecandal -yes. lhat would wreck his Itle and Madeline's. But what was this threat annul court? "You' think you married a pure little Ice mtildrn." Con wnnt on relentlessly, hia anger mounting at the scorn he read In llio other's face. "So honest ilmt—" mil's hand caught lha neck of Con'a robe. He shook the nnloia! trainer until his teeth rattled. "That will do." lie repealed. Surprised at the sudden onslaught. Con stumbled hack against the wall, knocking over tlie suitcase heuch on which rested nn open valtsc. The contents. Including n rolled document tied with blue ribbon, tumbled tn the floor. Black eyes narrowed to mere .Sinn. Con's lips hcraine a crimson Then Hill asked. "What j Bl , sh )r a pn31y wh[to fr , ce .. Ask For sevr',- iichina ,-ind biinnn;. hn skin may lie prolccleri mtii IrcFsings o[ paraffin, sneh as are iseci for .bums, or svilh calammr olion. In milder ra.=es the n*. 1 of i simple diistii-5 powder like nm tcrate. k helpful. ANNOUNCEMENTS Tlie Courier Ne*s 1ms been su- i horizon" to announce the 'fotlnjlne i >.« candidates for ru.Wlc ofllce. sub- j l".t to the DeLwrallc prlmaxj :'C*t August: For Representative IVY W. CRAWFORD For County lodge ~<5AL U. HARRISON GEORGE W. BARHAM ''or Member nt Oongrrss CLINTON -L CAl.tJWELL '"or Shctllf nnd Collfclor CLAIIENCE H. WILSON Foi Re-election tor Second Tetro for l.oanty Tifasnirr JOE 0. niI.!.AJ|UNTY ROLAND CIHEEN >'or Cirrull Court CVtrk 11UOH CIIAIO ADD1SON SMITH R B. (SKEKT) STOUT Foi County Cooit Cltrk PRBD FLPEMAN For. Re-Elfctlon lor and 'J'ein, ••'or Axcnor R. '.. (niLl.\-> GAINEa O. C. (IKE) HUDSON For Conslable ol CMckauvba Towruhlg JACK ROBERTSON '>ill H?" "Well —what nhout tt?" "Hid u,y wife meet you ycster- v.'" rn.i rhew n eiqaret from his "!;c> DM'I tiplri a tichicil maich to "Yi-ii hiirou'i (iiie.'ticined her!" "1 -niil I came lo 5-011. Did she uere ynu I'd ask har." ::'• i. : kirc fnr advice hut '.'n. Why dlil sue meet i-f 1 rpnt word for her to." Milit have you to ask my n?et you »erretly?" her who Madeline Siddal married fn Lnulsvillo before 2000 wlt- ne?scs." ho gasped explosively. "Ask her nlmiil llio ceremony In the 'Dig top.' AFk her tho name of tho man who stood up with her!" Revulsion swept over Bill. For n second the olher man's Insinuations passed unheeded. Then slowly It dawned upon him that Con had Eald something of vital Importance, fometlilns that shook tha whole Flructure of hip marrlape. "What do you mean?" he slam- tnered. Con flung bark his head. I.Ticl, In? tnunlfngly. "Mndflinc SMilnl married nis! (ret Mini? She mar- as you havo to I rlc(1 me l '" aieila— ~ •:n:!h'i .in explanation from me." Tlrst"? nt answer." "It = all vnn'll crt— R-!l'« t1*i= rloiirhed. He (elt That's n He!" "Is il? Here's Ihe certificate to prova It! Ask liei! Ask ynur Illy while 1 hrlde. K!ie ran't d»ny It. wHl be knowing uow. Slch things cmil oe teci 1 was trying to fiare you tt you'd a-followect. her yestenlnyl mcbbe you could a-stoiuicd lalk." ' • Ho stared at her tlully. It is doubtful i* he heard anything she said. Ilo was thinking of other things: hia wifo In a liule gtng- liara dres-. sleeves rolled to the shoulder and her hare Hrms plunged Into a flour bin: her tlrn attempt to bake a cake; Marlelin* bending over Grandfather's nert. her fingers soothing the «no«y 'ialr baek from an aclilng temple: Madeline feeding thn chtrVens. ihe ivlnd Mowing through her cnpppr curl?, her cheeks fluslied, her eyas sparkling. • * * «T KNOWED It a Ions; lima RCO." conllnued Ihe harsh, old voice. "Long time ago. 1 ntier Imve told you then, only she—the snipplly chit—she snirt ns long as I hailn't no proof she'd—" 'Troofs of wliat?" Bill asked thickly. "That her and that circus Mior la mnn nnrt wife. Yes. ihcy are! Let her swear till doomsday llini it was Ilia other girl he mirrlert under her name. That rtnn'i Inn] me! Nn sir. My boy. Nub. sent ra« a handbill and It s.iid lliey nere In ho married — Madeline .inrt Mini circus feller. I showed It lo her and—" "When? Before wo were married?" "No. I had il before hut 1 showed it lo her afterward." Hill's fnce darkened with ras sion. "Von old clovit!" MA ::;eri "Ynii keep ynur nin^i'Jt >'rii ihnur this or, so help ir.e Ceil, I I: Kill you!" Mrs. Phnler tec.in tn sn!.^i "l siilqht n-kiinn-cil thai's wiiai I M ZPI for my (ronblel I w.i? oiiiv uvln to help you. That's all th? iai:it* I set! Rul whnt should I «<;>«r: ol a man who'd nntrv bis cousin—" Hill did not watt. Me tort- through the office and lino t!>e street. In the sleigb be urceri Hit Imises lo a speed that was Reports th.n she was described «s the best dressed woman nn the Riviera surprised Mrs. James A. Farley. wi[ e of the Poslinaster nentral when, as jlioivn here, she arrived In New Ynrk. "\Vliv " she jald. 11 e\r. )y ,,| l v ' I bouctit In tl, B t su , cs _.- I When an niiphne (ravels nt a i trwed of 425 miles or more an hour, it is traveling faster than a i bullet. ilnvut irioslstlbln impulse lo Th:lt ' s wl 'y fhe "me when i >:r..i.<li hlj i]~[ lino the hnudsonir. i (or heri " llc floored and sn.itcheri •mi-Miie t.icc Before him. "I don't t "P "> c r °l'= | l n.ipcr. flipped nft the sii.»w Mi? code your kind lives hy." ! rihhrm ind rinngleri 'he certificate , e;5 " o ; rnow.c 0 've r 'ed"rcid's""nr i iro n« ^,,1 thickly, "t.ul lh« div Mode : before Bill's eve.=. "S^- the ,n:uor-!, n , u kaow whn h<> Vv1f |o HUP loft the circiu t\t« wa; Mnrlellns Sidd.il and (, o n r.i d j do or wln , hs ,. ouM sny |n ' (|1< mnvigli witb you and your sland- Uavld!" ! woman who had destroyed his She's my wifn now. She'll nccordln.c lo principles ;md tliey <]<t:\'i Include rclatlous Bill Java a Ftr.iusled cry. Huns i f.iith, who had lorn his hear open th". donr and dashed down ! hits and crushed them. Ml? the lul'. other me:,, 1 "Yeah?" "IT you value your sVIn you'll j*-* wife! Sba was the wile pirk uu anil leave this town on ihe i yellow-fared Frouiirlr^l wh llr.~l tralu." 'known BhR had mtrripd a "Mid if I don't?" Mllecally and ilnnn niihlne al "I'll llnd iniiio mean? to see thai , He did not pee llio qaiint you do." "Strong nnn altiff. eh? Better TJIS wife — hut ?lie wasn't his ^•* w »-is w f that at tho eml of llio pis?.i?e stood w.ilchlnf: him wiili voracio coiiEiill Madeline before you do any- ! eyes anil a fmlrklnc MII||». When thlu? fhe wouldn't like ! she called him by mme h- lurned "Why. d.iran ynu!" Bill liiD|ed | automatically, without hnnwlng fc.rwnrd hut Con dodged tlie bio He laughed and tba laujh w«s like a whip lash m Bill's face—a con- firmaUou of til the doubts thit hill l«en gnawing at his heart sine* th« nlgbt before. "If you don't want & dtrtj that he dirt so. "Bill Ptrlrtnl! It's ms Planter. Vou eeen him?" •"What!" "Vou seen that circus feller;" •What do you know about him?" "Everything. I sent you tbo let- EcandaJ that you'll be «orrj tor, ter. DM you get It? I was slrald you'd better keep your temper," i !o slso my aanii. but now that jou tbo animal trainer snarled. "And j know about l dca't care. I t lino nlmirt was ponndlnr against his car; nnd his body, bathed In pprsplMifin. aftpruately Fhook with cold nid ImrneTl with fever. Hod, what an axakenlnr. fr"rn i fnol's pai.idlFe! Ami she liil In- sl?tetl tliero hari boon nn niher in«n 1u her life before sbo met him! How long would H tie before he was Ilia laughing stock of ihe connly? Not thai that nnlter^rt U watn't what people .-jlil or lid that hurl, but tho f.irt that Madeline and ha were through lie would never hold her In his nrms again, never kif? Innan EOft red lips. Why had she marrlert-him? Had Bho loved him co much that—? No. ho mustn't think of that. Me must not iry lo eicuse ber. H^ must ctusb his love for her. II ts didn't be would go man! (To Ut Continued)

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