The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1931 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 30, 1931
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§iilift%-'; ; ;-: ' ; - ; ' WKHS;it>u*: ••••= •,» •.-..-• BLYTIIEV1LLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS •iTHt COCRBR NBWS CO, fUBUSUERB . ' - O. R. BABCOCK, KdUM j , H.W/HA1NES, AdfertUlog Manager Sole Nttlon*! Advertising Represents lives: Tte ThCBiu Fi Clark Co. IBC, New York, ' Pfailidelpbit, Atlanta, Dallas. Saa Aiitonlo, San Prtoclico, Chicago, St. Louis.. Published Every Afternoon Excrpt Sunday. filtered as' second class matter at Ihe post Oflice »t Blythevllle, Arkansas, under act of Congress October 8, 1917. Senred by the United Press SUBSCRIPTION KATES By carrier In the city of Blythevllle. 15c per ««ek or W.50 per year In advance. By mull within a radius of BO mile?, KM per year, »1.50 lor six mouths, 85o for three months; by mail In postal zones two to elx, IncUsIre, tSJto per year, In zones reven and eight, $10.00 per year, payable .In advance. Hou) to Combat Communism Individuals and ovgnniwiUoiis «xur- cise'.l over what they arc pleased lo term communism's moiincc lo American institutions might protitalily give a little attention lo recent occurrences in the Ohio and Pennsylvania coal fields. Strikes are in progress in easluni Ohio and western Pennsylvania. Almost every, day brings reports of the slugging and shooting of strikers and strike sympathizers by officers. Sometimes the victims are described as communists, sometimes merely as strikers. 'The'Jr ! sole offense, >apiJ|arcntl.r, has been that; they Have engaged in parades and other public demonstrations, The number of actual communists in tlie United States is. ridiculously -small. Of active parly members there are only a few thousand in the whole , country, and it is doubtful if a majority of these know what it is all alioul. A communist philosophy, achieved through a process ot sober reasoning, is virtually non-existent in America, and there is nothing to indicate likelihood of any material growth for it. . Bui where propaganda from Moscow or elsewhere, and tlie high-blown nr- ; guriicnts of theorists achieve nothing, ... police clubs wielded upon the heads of Lmoileiidiw men tuuT women are ccr- •ysiTi to produce the emotional cijiitva- • -lent, of communism. The only protection America i needs against commun- " ism is a fair opportunity for American citizens .to earn a living, and a decent respect for lli« rights of American citizens on the part of those in au- tlioritv. Europe res's largely on what America does. When an American president, by a simple statement to. the press, can check the probability of revolution in Germany and inspire all of Kimipu with a new lioiw, it is evident that American isolation i.s ended. Just where has lliis isolation of ours gone, anyway? Most historians say that it really ended with the war with Spain. l!y jieixinjf the Philippines and setting l^uba free, the United States announced itself as a world power. Less than two decades later the country found itself engaged in a Kurop'-'an war, sending troops aoOO miles overseas, mainlaid- ing a lleut in the North Sea, sending smaller .squadrons to the .Mcdilerran- c an and dispatching an army to Siberia. SIDE GLANCES By George Clark Fast Thinking In the Air The .speed with which an aviator has to think sometimes is amply illustrated by the most recent mi-ail- veuture of Major James II. DoolitlU 1 , who is one of America's most talented flyers. Major Doolitlle was speeding along at a 235-mile-nn-lioiir clip over East St. Louis, 111., the other day, traveling a bare. 100 feet from the ground, when .suddenly the fabric began to tear losu from the wings of his plane. In a moment lie had nosed his ship up to an altitude of 300 feet. Then, because the construct ion of its fuselage made it hard for him to jump out, he rolled it over on its back and dropped out upside down, letting his parachute gel him down safely while the ship went on and crashed. If all happened in a very few seconds. iMajor Duolittlc is alive luday because he . can think with lightning speed— and act as fast as he thinks. more certain, and much more sensible than a later attempt at cure. So serious is the possibility of lockjaw that In many places boards of health arc willing to provide the antitoxin without i charge, pailicularly in the case uf children, in order to make cer- inln (hat cases of lockjaw do net develop. TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1931 • THIS CURIOUS .'WORLD-* I TODAY IS THE-/? ANNJV-ERSM "That's oni: you owe me, Bill. He missed thai putt." itcrnur ON ti. K. Titows On Juno 30, 1917. I'crsiiing. on icturuin'j to hi.s headquarters in P.iris, issued n statement lauding Ihe biiccess of the transportation of Ihu first contingent of American troops lo l-'rance. The Mali'inenl read: ••The landins of ihc first American Iroops has teen a complete biicccss. In tins remark- afolp transfer of a large force across the ocean not a man in- an animal v.-as lost or injured, and liier: was not a tiiiKlc case of serious sicknvss. The mi-n landed In splendid mobile, with !:c?:i, confldenl and ei'.jcr spirit"The physical appearance ol our men is truly inspiring. They are all fine, husky young fellows, with the glow oi energy, sood health and physical vigor which will mako them a credit alongside any troops. "They are exceptionally wsll camped and cared for, with substantial wooden barracks, good beds, good focd and the b?5t sanitary ni-rangciuents. They arc located on high around. For all of tills wo arc deeply indebted to French co-operation with incm- b'.rs of my stall." OUT I sola [ion Policy Those who like to think that the Atlantic ocean still isolates America ' froni Europe as effectively as it did in the days of sailing vessels must be finding it hard to understand the high sigiiilicauce of President Hoover's proposal for a year's moratorium on war debts and reparations. As, a matter of fact, this event— which probably will he what 1931 is • remembered for in the "history books of.the next generation—ought to dispel thc last shreds of lialief in our "splendid isolation." The plain truth of thc matter is that the future of 5/ic/e to the Job-How? In the current issue uf The lU of Wall Street, an.influential New York liiuincieii was tuiiitcd as making tlie I'ol- loiviiiB remark: "Pronounced improvement in business in this country, and the world over, will conic if everybody will stick at work on his own job." In a country which gives to its bankers the breathless awe that hankers get in America, this may pass for a very weighty saying. Nevertheless, it may cause a little iierplexity, if thc nation at larite tries to adopt it. There arc approximately 6,000,000 Americans today who have no jobs to slick lo. Just how arc they going to follow this advicc?| ' lhe titie on Avenue A. Is product of B son Kose" situation, frisli and his fn, tiie New York that lias little to ! more ron-.mon in 1 the old Ghetto do with null Avenue. Broadway or any of t!'.? v.-ictcly r.dvcriised firter- Is the information that Mttxie Dick is eoin.4 back to Poland to i: distribute pstt oi his fortune sausage, is •>i;'on? old bavhuci! friends who] way." Ivve Vprni Impoverislica lives. , T!m list is long. And tiie IHC-IU- bell than our modern anti-meU- lut; pot leaders realize. Isador Pinkov;itz, v/ilo ordinarily prosperous maker of kosher 'ninyor of East Broad- 6EPM4KX " 6£E/AAM ARM; DOSING THE WOCLO WAR. ... OFrtfPJCA, tAYS ESTS, MO -TH E ftfc COVER. CLOUD-M/IKER, AS A BODS OP WATSK OP EQO4L ARCA ooon TUUN COSTS UKi: TUL3A, Olila. (UP)—A goo-el turn lo a. horse cost J. P. Barger,' 51- ycnr-uid farmer, his life. Chancing it a neighbor's farm r.s the ghbor was attcinpih'.3 lo raise a sick stalliDii frcm the around to CHURCH EXCUSE . Tlirhan. . , , . . T E0t n15 ' "'red-man nnd son-in- [built the fires, sweep out the house l!»" and we went lo the beard meet-: ami ring the boll. I simply put a '"B'f'«* T^J' us oil . 5t op to such extravagance, it's not lhe bcari1 for 1" ltc av;hl!c - al ' a l neceaary to sweep out a church hit(1 been <*P's" n B "^m U call me l-.cuse more than two or three times to . comc nnd a(lvi , e u ,,, m ,, bout mice. Tile derrick wr.ich had bs?u devised to lift the stallion collapsed, a piece ol the pipe sinking Barjsr in the head. Uai-ger difd at a hc-s- pital. Produce Le:l >n I'cmisylvanin HARHISBURG. Pa. <UP) and eggs formed tl'.L ...._. . source of income for Pennsylvania • " farmers liuring 1930, the Depart ment of Agriculture announced. a year. After I tcoX it over there was not enough coining to justify sweeping nil the house and it was net necessary to build a fire just for an hour o: 1 Uo> once a week, as fur Ihc bsll io my mind it is ridiculous to ring it every Sunday, tlie members cU kno'.v tlie hour and j.should be Ihere wi!ho-.:i having lo field hands, that by matters out. But if, taking; Ihc bell down and selling it rt _ j (lisy uersist in refusing to consult to a farmer friend o! mine and he me it will be no matter for them'is using it for what a bell should / i"*"'" 1 thfln c-ti'lrt be ' i-c u^n.H for. diet net call I decided to go witli an invitation. Ot cu'.tvse they ilk' : ; not ask us to sit in on ;ne meet- j Mug. and they did I'.cr aik for ad- j vice. That convinced me tliat :'. is ' I only a question of tinu un.Ul tluy i j \-.-ili have things so ban 1 ./ imseJ >>—Mi)ki lhiU cv ™ il man nf my knowledge • b; called like a gang ot fieU irint'lpal I arul abm 'J" wol ' w llrive a h:>rt! timc ' Sa ! m;| de short work of biggest town- Each one has a u:auen r>.s distinct us lhe Itun of a suburb. Far!: Avcn'.:e has Hill- In coauunn with the Bowery. nnil barsly speaks ilic- same lan- gvtugc. To bo sure there ure folks in Park Avenue who finm the How women manacc to miifkly is most uncanny. nccommemlcd for ihunib mibs contebls. twiddlers: Ililch- li mir secretary of Ireasury, on his visit la cfis, inta on iirKiiincnL over the deb; plan wiicrrnckcr.i Kill a line chunc:? tu call 9:im ;\ Mi'lltiii feud f.nm the 1'ow.vy c:,t; a™ u, ;; , ( . ^ n ^ m m ^, nrc Imnury mi-n :n .lie Bowery f „,,, ,,0 iliflntcuralfd from Park Avenue. ' ... n ,i,i" But there arc noifiiborliood prob- !r-ms and i::ighborhond r,q-.iabtalCo .me! r,ei?liborhi:cri politics-i'.u,! '.n- Ircality mayors-must koep a shariJ ,-yti tin politics! Grncrally sii. mnyor" 1:, a a "locality hi-i district, and a HIC.M l->ya'. unc. lien can, of'.e:i i'.s iv-t. he Iiish. Well lor instance: "Aim" Fa::in n-.avor" of JIusi'/s Poin p , aml!;^ By Williams f* 1 "' r rf§l "'?v/V��- '" '* / I ^ ;r ' ; 'i?* ^=^ —~^ H>i ^ —^ -. ;<';•-• . Ins' T licro [ire "mayors" of Chiun- tcv.n nnd of Yovtviliu and a dozen ! - BOSTON, Mas?. (UPI—An app^ai | edce and ability lo run n church, or ins insured, now I cut tbat out for of for $10,000 for the summer i:am;> j anythins else for that msiter. that thai building had Eloci there thirty Joseph B. Ely oi Massicnuselts. worked 'up from (he very ski;:-;. Don't Icol yourself -- Broadway bar- built no skyscrapers! These modern monuments that altvKct lhe attention of thc world men •s of the -,vor!:l. The Chauins. whose inodcrnislii. ccrridors dazzle thc lo'.irist eye -aTC fi-it'hlcn:d nnd tearful tots ciinginj to the skirts of an iimni- grr.nt motlicr- AI Smith, whose Km pi re Stale Biilldini: rises higher than any :rk — as ill) tile nation i:r.nws. A wliole chain o! buildings in lhe garmtnl feulio'.i and dozens nver '.he town can I): ::, -n.ayor in .MII-.-. ;, '•«•"• j Ctc dilr0 U. ex-newsboys and of- lia.i been kiicnn to i-.i-.KhKZ ;•- -U-us . suit if the occ.v,:mi demands Asi- ^ .^ u ,., t w , ]011 Ult! ,. m:1 _ [;clu Rli:zo is ••nuyur- ul _ SmUjcvrs, uivaisjlon Mrccf BOPS tack •met." ir.rmanzrlcr is mayor ^ ^^ m ^.^ with , umc 01 Cliryr.tir :,t-.csl . Ui. ban W-m- )QCO m .,,,. j( , anb ,„,. „,,, p1 . ls .. ,,,-,- ji- '"rmviir nf A\'-' 1 UI] • ii. . . n -r. of Cliryr.lif :,tn-sl". i:cr is ''rmyor nf A\riiu - D A.'.cl "atitclu-s" ^irCar!:l^ 1 iiilcr, ovii- CiiKiul s'.rcc?. v,hl'-:i is its as if is hiMi. J7/.V v.iio ivus i.,i? i>! tile [mr.otis U'.im of p:o',iil>ilin:i olticers n attniu i.r early clay.; of i.i'.dir.;:. no« ii, "miivor of ici!l-^? f,:rr::" jjilly: Marcus is "mayor uf Ati.i :;'.rcfi".| (Copyriglil. 1031. NEA Suivice. Inc.) jeans for ol<] mates v.-li'i I'.r: liimijry now. there ! i:; ru-rr thi'M pas-smj i in a si:-:cl dcdiculcd tn f:cinr. r u! j piishc.irts a:.d sidcv.alk mricli;ui'..s I And i::c"aBi-i Irani a l:;ais],]a:il- "" "' '"V 1 " 1 .'.""" 1 '""• 1 ;;;:crt pcpulatlon yo with him to he tiMional ^1;'^';°;; »>| scallrml along his line o! travel GILBERT SWAN. Vote For One o! the Following Tetanus May Kcsull Fourth of July Injuries liV DIv. MOJIHIS VISIilinN , jl:;-y occurs ill '.vliicil ciirl is -. Jr.urn.-l n! I hi- Ajneilrjii Irrrfd lnt;> (i!F wound and .-.ealcd iir.-.i Ai-siiri^.tbii. "inl '•• , l!'-. '.hero is clanger of !ovfcjr,v. M.-a!lli Mas^rino 'Thai Is the kind of accinrnt cccurs in expiorions of camion ci-.ickcr.-. blank ci>r:r:di;:s r,nd toy c;u':iir.ns. Ciuu \vaddin; is forci;! ::itu tliu uour.d aiui 'lie ^ern-.s ot u;ai:us or Icckia-.v no in with i 1 .. Ihp sire o! the v outid r> no: Im-. p;rlnr/.. The tiniest punc'.in'f by a diriy naii. a splinter or csiX3- :-.o:i in.iv c?.;i=c tl'.c pas-iaijc of the ;rnv.s Inta the bo.iy. 'flirvc is just oi'.e Ihisig to (in r.tct^l lock.Mw Whenever s'.;ch .1:1 injmy occuis set a doclor as •^—.: ?.- i:r>^ib;e. He will n;i:n tlie •itiir.d. cl«:i it tl:crcii5hiy. l:cat - :i with proper an! I-IT-tics, ar.d m led r.-.!!-.-. (.urstlonablc- cases injccl the tmli- :c;-v,-.;-.. >. i'cxln a-jr.init lockjaw to prevent tr.,' :;.-;.•-! '. i!!; ci;.-tasc. It is not talc to wait In any case until Icckjaw has de- vciupcd. After the disease: has grn:i,'.ti::L hau • ( - c . clcpcil, immense amounts cf i e^i'nrii'.l-y I'-'i,- ;, ..-.-.litoKin ar. need:.). The cout:i- ,r> .iiaii.-c j.iic ;;.. | don i : \vry icriou:-. 11 is nccom- ci:'.;iiliou I'.-.r.l fu:»<eii) i.»:.:m,-i;.! panted by convulsions. Thc pa- f.0'.,oaw ij tsr^u'.s:-,;.^ J.x.^v i !;cnt lm;s , bc i rea t C ( ( l;1 a hc>5p:- llrcivorks. Thc"g U cVms o:":o=!:j.^-^ ul - Certainly hcvo is one ccnea- i!eve!op i!l soil und In ::!a:.'.:ii> .nut I tia.i. abavo all;.. h, v.hid; en dirty clolhmj. Any i.::.c or. i;.- pievcnlion is lav cheaper, mach I Martha Robinson, Ulyllieuillv Maurine Uranson, BlythcuiUc Kvelun Harwell, Klijlhcville Alberta Ktiiolt, Blyi'ncviUc Marion Burns, Blythcuillc Ritili Whilicorlli, ttlutlieville Kulh Bait, litullievillc 'Maryurel Cross, Klyihevllle Carolyn Pride, Blythevillc Alihcs Edwards, Blytheville Margaret Irlilner, Blylhcvillc VUzitbeth Martin, Dell Rosa Lou Cook, Luxora Dorothy Gideon, Wilson Grine Hulchcns, Manila Mary DcWecse, Hayti riv. Burton, CaruthcrsviUc Votes Given With Every Purchase at tine Following Places i-:!.;(i:v-V>:, i'f iriii':. iv..^ tic: 1 . ir.'.:.;l;:r of dc.uin is I.HK-'.I '.cs:; ll;.i:i- i'. u:-c:i t:i u.. Barnes Nu-Wa Cleaners New Mead Clothing Co. New Dixie Store Co, Ark-Hi o Power ('o. Phillips Motor Co. 777 Service Station McMuUin's Grocery Elois Beauty Shop Gill en Fiii'itilwe Co. Borum's Drug Store Tits Boolery Central Shoe Store Hnbhurd Hardware Co. Kubbard Tire & Battery Co. Guard Jewelry Store New York Store

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