The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1934 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 2, 1934
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PAGE POUR BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY 2t*1. THE BLYTHBVILLE COURIER NEWS TUK COURIER NEWS CO.. PDBMHHUH O. R. BABCOOK, Biltor aW. HAl^EB, Advertising Hunger Bolt N»llon»r Advertising Rtpn^uUUvw: Arkansas Dallies, Inc., New York, Chicago, Detroit, Si. Louli, Dallu, Ka?RM City, Mcuiphii. Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday. Entered as second mailer st Die post office at Biyllicvllle, Arkansas, under act ol Congress, October 0, 1911. Served ny me muted pres« KATKS By carrier In tiie City or Blytluviuo, lie p«r w«k or $6.W per year In advoiKC. By iiiftll within a radius ot W miles, 13.00 per rcsr $1 Di) lor six months, 85o lor three uionlbi; by mail In iwstal zones two to Elx, Inclusive, »6.60 per year, In zones seven am* eiKlit, tlU.OO per yeir, payable In advance. Why Should Britain's Fleet Disturb Us? If Hie reports now being received al Washington arc correct. Great Britain is about to try lo reclaim her old position as undisputed mislress ol Ihe seas. The British admiralty, it is said, lias concocted a plan for naval expansion under which Greal Britain would add very materially to its licet, especially in light cruiser strength. There arc several reasons for this. To begin will), the British are worried by developments in the Kar Kasl. The European situation, likewise, is far from reassuring. Looking on a troubled international horizon, the Urilwh are beginning lo feel that they need more ships, and il is hard lo blame them. , In addition, the nation now is in better shape I'mancially lhaii has been the case for ysiar.-. II could support the cosl of an expanded naval program; indeed, it could lake. Ihousand.s of men off the dole and put them to work in the shipyards, thereby male-' infC that cost less than it would appear on pa[>er. • • w Now the part of this which especially touches readers iir the United States is the ed'ccl that a new naval program miglil have on American naval policy. / If Britain builds a new tlcet,'. what do we do'.' Do wo build ship fur ship with her—thereby, because our rctiuire- mcnts arc so different from hers, acquiring a lot, of light cruiser strength thai we don't especially need? Do we Icl the naval treaties lapse and go ahead with a free hand, building what we choose'.' Or do we simply give up the idea of naval parity, let England build watever she wishes, and go along very much as we are now? * * « Before answering those (pieslions, we ought to look al Ihe international situation with extreme care and ask ourselves jus.t what we expect to do with our navy. Have we any reason to suspect that we may want to use il against Great Britain? Is there any indication that such differences as may arise between the two nations can't be settled peaceably? Is it, in short, a vitally important thing for us to have a licet able to meet the British fleet on even terms? Unless the answer to each of these .questions i.s an emphatic "Yes," tliert; is small sense in gelling disturbed 'tilxnil Kugland's decision lo expand her navy. —Hruce (.'iiUon. SIDE GLANCES By George Clark For Failure of a Trust A foiliM'itl court jury in New York luis oonvii'U'il Joseph \V. tliirriinnii of misu|>|>lif:ilioi! nf funds iintl othor ini.sdccd.s in i-Diincclion willi lh« I'iiihiru of the Harrirnuti National Hank ami Tnml Co. The vcrtlkL sini|ily TOII- lirms the widcsprwid puhlic liclicf th;it one of llii! facloi'K lundin^, up to our hile lainculi-d hanking crisis WHK lliu pcrsuiiiil failure of sonic of Hie bankers as individual*. 'I'o lie sure, il would hn unjust lo Maine the whole (tchiiclt! on shortcomings Kitdi us (hose of which Mr. llarriiiuui slandi ronvifl- cil. There was a vast mimln'r of contributory causes, and many hankers of complete prohity saw their banks i:ol- lapsfl llirniiKh no fault, of their own. Nevertheless, it remains true thai Ihe era t'lilminiilinn in the banking holiday of IflIM was marked by many instances in which bankers forgot tlioir duly lo their deiwwilors and to the ])iiblic .al large. The Harriimm verdict is a reminder tlial in at least some of these cases the bankers run he held accountable. Ice Cream Excellent Food Wants to Boss But Purity Is Esser Hinil Securities Bodsif; tlY IMt. MOKKIS I'ISIlliKIN | u.-ually nin.s, [ruils, colors, and 1 I'llllin 1 , Journal «f tlie American ll.nxiiinj materials are added allcr .Medical A*so4-l:iliim, and of lly- the iHOdncl has been jiilxed mid Rd.i, Ihe Hcallli .Maxa/lne paMi uized. It is necessary to be Ice cream is otn' of the ctrd.p that Mich added hijjrcdiciils foods you can huvc In summer, arc !.',ce fi'oiu lar^c numlier.s of Vet IL ranks second lo milk among our dully products as il caiiM ol j Tla epidemic.-;. jcre.mi To salcsuard you against Inlet- 1 1'"' lion from (Ills eotinc, and enable fooc!. jicr.soiis who handle the. ice .should be caulioited as to "Wr of conlamhialins this II lliey have ."ore throats or , . this excellent fouil, colt.s. or II llieir hands arc likely liealth dcjiaritncnts everywhere havu set up r.laiidurds of saU-iy :c cream. These standards it Hie .sate uf mibbraiidcd pi winds and make certain lhat| ice cream improperly prepared will >t can.':e epidemic < That there is great danger lo your hcallh (rom Hits source is shown by the fact that, fiom 1WJ to iw, the United States 1'ub- Ih-alth Service leporled U^ opines Ijelievcd to have txjen cans- i<l liy conliiinlnatcd ice cream. Itv-iredlcn's of ice cream Includi* nrain, null:, condensed milk, Mummed milk, gelatin, and similar 'instances. Alt Micro .should be or known tiualily as tn nmiiru and number of bacteria lhal lliey con! lain. Only products that arc of very low bacterial count should be permitted hi making iee cream. All eiiuipment used ill mainifac- y of ire cream, including cans, , pasteurizing apparatus, and ;o on. should be thoroughly washed and sterih/.ed before n;:c. Afler the ice cream has been made and pasteurized, it is Ktlll possible for s to gel into it. (e be contaminated with baclciia in any way, ihcy .should lie icliev- cil leniijoi^itly froici work. All examinations tonally to food handlcr.s must l>e i;iveii U> those who make and handle ice ciejin. Clean eanneiils should Itc es|K:L-iLilly reserved for working hoins. It 'is well known dial germs can live a IOIIK lime even under very io!d conditions, so that keepiii!; ice cream iti a fru/m condition for j a ccnsidi'raWe length of lime is| no (juiirantcc; Iliat II will lie safe from the point of view of dangerous germs. In Ihe laine cities lucre, usually are lennhitioi's y;i-.i=li control man- nfaet'.ire ami distribution of ice cicani Nowadays most ice cream is distributed thfr than i: .snlad packaQcs bulk. You should make certain Iliat thu sealed pack- nol iK'Cii tampered with any way IK fore it reaches yon. IVrnra. above, famed us Srnat.0 sfot-k mnr- kvl iniinisilin. is williiit; to ac-' fitpl a phu-e on ttie now federal necmili..'^ rein mission on one rondilic'ii — that he be .mad<i : chairman—afcuniin.^ to Washington advii-i'rf. Pccor.i is one. ui^more a rlo/en suggest- ' cil lor fonvJnission member-' thip, which ^oon will ho an- When !osf in the woods, a per!.son walks in circles to the fi<il; White iiold Li produced by thc-JUic (irst circle k> large, the next addition ot ffl per cent of platinum I one a bit smaller, and each subse- or 12 per cent of pala.lium to a | tjuent circl= a bit smaller than the quantity of pue gold. | O ne preceding It. Modern Girl Vindicated The modern girl is just as admirable a person as her mother was at the same age, and in some respects she is a good tleal nicer. This is on the word of Sister Laur- imliiiR, director of nursing in Sf. Francis' Hospital, Pittsburgh. Atli'iiding a convention of the Catholic Hospital Association of the United States and Canada, Sister Laurcnlin 1 : told how she has had direct supervision of more Ihan 80(1 girls trained as nurses in the St. Krancis training school. "We get these girls at the. flapper age," she said, "and they are as tine a lot of girls as anyone would want to meet. There is no reason to believe all the things said about modern girls. Some of them may have vices, bul they, are no worse Ihan the girls of other generations." This is what you might call expert testimony in the modern girl's favor. CHURCH EXCUSES By Ot*. W. Bartua SOPHIE KERR'S SUPERB LOVE STORY c By Sophie Kcrr ni:i:j.\ nr.ui! i-ii IKIWAIII) J AC If SON, Listen, yon bl£ bum. 1:0 chase yoursr-lf around Central Park. —Rally Fland. fan dancer, lo Max Uacr, heavyweight champion. • « • No government can long endurr, no economic or social system can succeed. lh;it does violence to the sense or the people. —President James H. Amjcll of Yale. • » • Now t nin golnc lo bed and sleep away all the misery I have snITered in court, and dream of the day when I shall bo dancinp, again. —Tdly Lofrh. famous Viennese dancer, juft divorced. OUT OUK Uv Williams VOU MUST > HAVE GOT \ INTO A PIG I PATCH OF BLACKBERRIES./ ^^'/~. DID! BUT I AIMT GOT NONE, IT WfsS ALL l COULD DO TO GIT HOME WITH TH' DISHES VOU PUT MY LUNCH IN. GOT A LOT 1 OH THEM! LOOK HOW HEAVY HIS IS. HEROES AR& MADE-NOT Diar Aunt: Archibald and I are very sorry H'u sent Junior the lire crackers and romau candles, [ur he is .so jmnpy we would nol think of letting htm hear all the noise lliey would make. In fact, Archibald lint In all last week soina around to see Iho neighbors asking them to not allow lite children of the community to make any unusual noise on Ihe Fourth. As you have r.cver raised children you do nt\ icalixe how carelni 'one must tie, «,|>cclally with one of Junior's type. Of course if he was just an ordinary child it would be quite different, and we must be doubly c{irclul with Junior lor no doubt Hie whole country is looking lor- ward to his development as 11 Kitiil leader or something. That's he icason we feel so deeply the. stubbornness of the minister and he Church Bonn! In refusing to hiinsc the ventilating system in the Church building sp that we would feel safe, in taking Junior Church. Archibald says! the whole world Is looking to us to develop Junior to nil the place he Is Intended to fill and we will nnl allow no Church Hoard lo cheat him out of his heritage. (CopyriglHcd.l ANNOUNCEMENTS The. Courier Nc*s Una been an- thorly.nd to Announce the following *< candidates f"r public office, sublet lo the Democratic primary next AiiKiisl: For Iteprcsciilatlvc IVV W. CRAWFORD CURTIS J. U'tTLh- For Cullllty Jmli;r XAL >i. IIAIIHIKON GKOKGK W. UAKIIAM For Member of CLINTON I, CALDWEU, Fur Stirrirt flnd follcclor Cr.ARKNCE II. WILSON Ke-clcctlon for Second Term J-'or Connlr 'I rcastirrr Jor y. UHAAHUNTY ROLAND GKEEN For Circuit Cnurl flerk HUGH CRAIG ADDISON SMITH U. D. (SKIitri 1 ) b'lOUT For C'oinilj- Court Clerk FIlEl) FUlb'MAH Pn-Ktcrllrm fnr 2nrt Tertn CAI'.EY WOODUUKN llnrl.ll i\lti Tor For AltciKr K. L. (UILbYi OA1NK) O. C. lliiE) HUUaON For Conitablr of ChlchAWKha Township JACK nOBEIlTBON re JAM; Tiiiuir, iho sirl En nnTn, deTermlnf • Mi lirnrl. M.i.rnril, (,,,„- r-tiT, fnllN In litre u'llli A3I\ Mm 1 !?, Jnnr'n licat friend. Jam-, nwcrri-il. Irlrji in torce JIotYnri] [ IM» rani, It-J.vrn [i.r Ncvr York. - ilrrlnrlnLT sK» \\\\\ nt-vrr Truirn. Am* nnil llmiiirit Mrt Iko llnle nr llti-fr ^t-ihlln^ In June. In \i>< Vi.rk Jnni- ,nr,,ll. In n Hif inrrl. llOCr.U '{ 111)111'f. kcnil MI\V Cl> O\ \V1III THU STOK1T (JIIAPTEIl X ii,\|OW there's a sniarl cbap,"saltl Kauilel after Roger Thorpo hnd lefl Iboni. "You(heard him —soinoibing rjueor coriics up and he ^ors rlc;bl out anil \akcs bolci liiinsnir. doesn't leavo It to bis assistants, tie might have sent one of tbu hoys who'd have balled It all up anil gut us a lot of bad Jane nortdcn gravely. ThU plar.j suited her exactly. As soon r.s Mr. Kamlcl hail liulslicd the l-.risi or letters she went to ber closk nnd looked It through. Hood su;i]ilics. plenty ot them, ao a!mo.;i now macbtno. a cotnfort- nblu chair, iho desk Itself large and expensive—not of course to li-j comiiarcil lo Mr. ICandcl'a mag- nillci'in walnui anil plate glass hulwnr!;. hut a sort of young brother to it. Jane's dark sllmncss. her black fruoli nnd red bonds were quite In tho plcluro, anil Gho knaw it as n cal knows Us bent-ty against n satin cushion. But eho wasted no ilmo on efiect. She was too Intent on suiting tho letter* typed and making them look smart. \Vlio.i slio had ilono a couple she brought them to Mr, Kandel. "Do you like that Btylo?" fibo •ulreil. "Would yon prefer less innrRio. or » double opaco thniiiKbonlV "They look all tlslu to me," said Mr. Kandel. Jano was dtaappoinled. Sbe bad tiiiped for moro npproval. T tnith was that Mr. Kandol had bi'Run to re-valno hla prcclpl' lancy. The girl mleht bo cincient, but sho was mncb too youns ( loo pretty, ami sho had outsmarted him on saUry. Likely, too, Mrs. K'ande! wouldn't be pleased when sbo saw J.ino. While Jano lypcd on swiftly. Mr. Kandc! mado up Ins mind tlmt al the flrjt reasonablo GNCUEQ he'd easo her out. At tho end ot tho week Mr, pealing, all of wbtcb made olm tec) largo and protecting. ."1'iii going to urescriba for you." he said. "I'll wail for you at five o'clock and we'll drive down lo llenri'a nail have dinner. Now don't look doubtful. H'e all settled. You and I must gel acquainted." Then Tliorpe hiin^ell lind a moment of ituubt. "1 for|sot. I liave a litilc errand lor the [DOSS rtclit after livo. I'll csll (or iyou nt your hole! al naif-past. Where is UV" Knmlel forgotten his Inlcu- ^Today's Aimatiac: 1"J60=AU Canada comes "/'/( Bai'l /or you at-five o'clocl; and ttc'Ji dr'alc (/oo-r. to Henri's and have dinner." nca that th'« boss's now accrctarj was a peach for luo!;s but a loraoa for disposition and tlier* ^vri3 no lion lo enso Jane out. Tbree Ililnps had proved her vnluo to him. her capacity for work, her drdibornte ami ilolicato brow-bcat- lus ot a conlractor who h.itl coino to llin Knmjel r.ftlce inlbnt on having a row with ths bead of the fnm [Mr. Kantlel hnd listened to this (rom bis secret F:\uctuin) and linally. lint not l«nst Important, the verrlict of Mrs. Kandel, who onn il.iy clanked her diamond brar,-!._-;s into tbo place, looked Jano. ovrr from heart to feet, icilhrtl willi licr a few minutes nml tolil her liusbatul later, "That CirTs nil right. She's got class." TANK •' llMl hail not the sllshlcst lilca DSO trying to get next to ber or put tuytlifng over on her. Also that sho wasn't even ordinarily friendly. This was not quite fair. Jano had taken to heart JIIss Jar- dlno'a precepts and tried bard to bo co-operative and poltto and all tho rest of politic, office behavior. But It was too superficial to deceive bor fellow-worker:. They left her alono unless they had business lu her provlnco. Even Allen Culvert, who looked after tho Kandel special development projects, and who was large, loud and happy with n laugli and a" jollying loklus way which got him out ot many a bail spot wltn tlio Boiud ot Estimate- and Bureau of Inspection, even Allen was cautious when ho approached Jane. Only Roger Thorpo, whom sho had met on her first day with Kandel, tried to keep a little warmer current going between them, because In the realm of ot- Oco intrigue it would be to his ad- vantngo to havo Kandel'G secretary on his side. There was a prctly definite, though concealed rivalry between hltnsolt nnd Calrert. which Kandel used calculating!?, keep- Ing both men uncertain &3 to which lie favored, and therefore QI1IO Ucpl him \vniiiii;; a ISllla ^ ibat cvenjti^. for she n.iii stopyud on ber way lioiiie lo ljuy a new bat »nd that tonic ncl anil the i-.xcitenmiil of soinc inn «'l!li tba good • looking. OBrecabie Thoriie iiirned lier dull mood Into lone s" cl:itcd and K;U Ibat Thorpe i slared whcu lie FIT; IIPT. "And lireltv tlarnml clever ot nie lo ph-k her oill." lie llniusht cninpln- cenlly, "even If ^be tloesn't help liie 'A bil with Ihe tinss." "Tiial seems K Rood lillle ho- lei." he iiegnti n^ lliey pinned ufi. "even It you .-ire lircrt of It. I\ p e Eifleu heiiril of II as n ivelMun. quiet rcFiilential place, inn I ve never actually t'.ocn In il before." "1 waill nil avail IIH-III for my own." sniil Jane. "I'vo never nail tttiie lo liuat one. Rinl my mini nnd nttier pco[ile I know ibink lt'8 friElittnl for me lo live alone. Hut S"°d heavens. iMijr nol? Wonien ^tio earn tiielr owti money cernlnly ouglit to live «• they like." "Ought lo! They do! PatVi ot 'em. \V!ial amazes me Is thai , you say yon wani an apartment, olTico nnd find Jane alone, Idly; aL <i yoo'rc in the [Camlel orgau- stauding by tbo «::idow, her: jjnion. anil ihls !s Hie (Irsi woid Ehiuing youngne$3 druoning ftnu | Uiat the heail ot Knmlel's Ilentnl face sharp with Eupp:cssed lears. At sight oE Thorpo s' ••; GhmsKcd iiorsolf fitralght with an effort: "Can I do Eortictbia^ for you? Mr. Kandel won't K> | a until four." "Eut what's tho r.:;tlor — you look Hick?" Jane's defense was i'.own for a moment before bis kiv.iness. "I don't know what's tbo xatier exactly. I'm sort ot — E'.j;>[ied! J was standing here wondering y Tve're i>n living. I'm ao tired ot everything, tired of myself, tired of — " "You've got spring fr ; -,o r . that's what It's all about, alive, and why wo go and ManageiKeni lins lieanl of H-' 1 "You—why of course, the very first day I «,is I" the otike Mr. Kandel said IT I wanleil no apartment lo come lo you—" "It slill bol.Ia gooil. Ann looic here, 1 know the very place, two uico rooms and a tig halh and a real bonesl-to-tlotl kitchen in a made-over house on Tenth Street, the very latest thing. Third noor and no elevator, but lhal makes It better." "How do you mean, m.ikc-3 It hotter?" "Xo elevator boy checking up on your callers. I'm Joking, of course, about that, but all the what It is. Maybe your family's samo it h agreeable to teel tliat got on your nerves." "My family, what thcro Is of them, livo miles from lure." "Then maybo you're hcmjEick." "That's the last thins I'm likely to bo. "I care nclhijg about everything you do Isn't heing spied on and talked about, as il Is In s small town." "But that's what 1 bale a!>out small towns! I'd like lo sse that apartment. Unless it cost* a always extra activo lo pieaso him. tton, or lhat thcro was nny o.acs- lion of ber permanence. Tho plnro suited her and hod set- Roger Thorpo was calculating. liM it In ber o» n mind. It was ! too. J.ino coidd It sho would, give nil the better tn have so much to him news ot Handel's moves and loam. She couldn't nponUo over Amy and Howard Jackson, when tbo mysierlrs of contract?, leases einrl mortgage?, plot-books and ,V.'ra:?.iU .I'i'l li'ilMIng codo were ujiling tn be- shserhc-L my family nnd they cart nothing | great deal." about mo. I'm tbo mr-.r alone Thorpe bad a point lo make: person In the world. Vi ully 1 "Tho oflico is llko a small ton n. don't mind. But lodav—I don't'too. jou know. Everyone looking Vaoiv, I fell it." ! and conimenllti;. little cliques forming, some people irylns lo get Mr. Handel's ear to boosi themselves—It's all wrong, li ought to be—" "Good I-ord, I rhoul-i yon would. Where do you liv with friends?" "No, in a hotel, nnd 1 ti( 0 ((. I haven't had ttmo for ;.oople since I came-. There w . i; le All lor one anil one lor all, like- tba Three Muskeleers." Sne school first and then hero ;jj[ 0 'j! glanced np, smiling, provocative, so much to get bold ot." to rc-v.ilue ,i ane _ Sho wasn't JUEI tha ho ,'3 recre- In lhi> L'.!:»ol oSErc-s It wnf led (iom ber irst tppear- changes available through no other channel. But Jane had cot bothered to respond to Thorpe's; rumy nandfome your: t-, mn lEirnll attentions, and he was as- • who for the first tlmo »is | : ,' lnB Itm-s enough no! to prcf3 them, (him leo beHnd the m;,-X ,; f f. ! ' " " ' Bciency an.1 compelf--- - -.^^ [ tTE was rewardc-d by tflc? the she crciica:lly wore ready. "I can't Imagine whr we're talking office chop," said Thotpe. ary and a ROfslblo \,. : n ( 9 | returning tho glanc:. "I ivnnl lo nleresls. Srio was an cxlnnrdl- know something aiioul you. your- handsome your : *- r aqn i sell, how come you're so swlnlly pretix] up. you," clever — and so awlully jThcy don't uauiUy team (Crt-yriEh:. us*. (To Cc Cc - s*tv.t Ke<r)

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