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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 1, 1930
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K WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1, 1930 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER-NEWS How Planes ^ Pilots Are Increased soot Rapid Development Indicates Future of Commercial Aviation, KDITOK'S NOTE: William B. BtMft, imUrat ot (he Sbmt Air MnttM, lit, u4 'one of the na- UM'f fcnaiMt uithorltlet, here- W» »n**B(* a picture of Uw fo- t«n *f cMuanclal aviation. His operalfnf between Chi- CM*. Cte»eknd and Detroit, rave mm than 1H,N« pasta three years without •eeUoii «c injury. '• * « • By .WiLLIAM B, STOTJT | PraaMent, (be stout Air Services l • i 1D *' '. | Written for Courier News and NKA . Smke) ' We are coming to a new age ii | the air.and In transportation. 'Airplanes now. In this country | are flying 90,000 miles a day, 12,D miles at night. But the num- ' of airplanes and mileage fig- will dou'b)e next year; passenger line* going up in every direc- J tlon, jpeed going up, rates goin; I down, safety greater every day. • In one year today the worM pro I grewes further in *facts than it did I in the 'entire lifetime of your all of them ' I father. Every'few years new Indus- Bridge world, trie*, come In that revolutionize I things. The thing that visualizes I Iftdurtrjr .of the .airplane Is going | to T«i»e' the world far more than t.wu revised By the automobile. YOU' bear that Europe leads the I world in aviation. We fly more miles I in.the United States than all the nations pi Europe put together. We don't ,c%rry more passengers, yet. j but in another year we will .Our 4; biam I engines are far better. The water- 5. 3, 2. ] copied engines are dead; Europe I has not- learned that yet. XM Milts An Hour Five i Years '"-," :.' ' ' Hence" . During, last summer's air show a. I pilot flew from Los Angeles to 1 Cleveland in 12 hours. That was I more or. less a'. speed stunt. But I that will be a slow commercial 1 jpeed within ftve years. You will I find:a.commercial plane a very I few yean . hence doing 200 miles 1 an hour .in safety. ! .Bo.l»r. we.have been building I kites. We are beginning to learn I how. to' put real structures Into lpl»nes, more efficient motors with I mote power. •We are going to be doing trans- I Atlantic' mail work with air- I p)anea. within three years, I I would say, at the outside. We will • ; doing trans-Atlantic passenger prk within, eight years, [tybe Utt.-iye, Witt have Pacific . to: iea.. years. '. i world will be shrunk to one- burth it* present size, possibly less, utilise our'' speeds are going up 50 apldijrj-with new designs. Shortly 'he ..airplane .wfll make the came Change :in your method of thinking I distance that - the automobile |ha« made: since -the horse days. . '-Big' ClUei Zia^ht Closer .;. •" '- - - - "together. ' From the middle west one can HJV'gp to the coast in 12 Iwurs, iny :time, one wants to. A plpne .aa'.be had at any hour. The midi dTe.-werterner can go to any city in the. country in less than one day. He.-can : New York in three i fr four:-hours, maybe/less. Cities Hie {iidlanapolis, Chicago, Cincinnati;: Detroit, Cleveland, New York I are Wintering close together. j Qur' clviliijitlon is 'going for- L iraxd" as : we increase industry, as > increase -production, as we give I incjre. labor to more men for more I money, And the fault of the world that we have been I looking at the financial statement 1 Instead of. the service statement, |snd from a savings standpoint in- of an earning standpoint. If I we go on with the object of giving la definite service we can't fail in 1 making, money. The above chart shows graphically )IQ»- thousands of young men ate turning to aviation (or a ? ar « e r as pilot and how the number of commercial airplanes In ' hc ' Unl '«<! Stutcs Is Increasing. In the 12 months period ending Sept'-l. 192fl, 17,500 applications for student pilot licenses were received bytheu. S. Department of Commerce. DIE m I, S. Trumping Own Ace Earned Game In Radio Bridge Play In the seventh of Milton C.! rutted with the 3 of Spades; West Work's Radio Bridge Games, which , played the 7 of Clubs, jind was broadcast from Static:) KLCN Tuesday the exhibition players were Mrs. Virginia Tubbs. of.Chi- cago; Mrs. J. Vail Shlplty. 0( Wichita, Kansas; R. L R«tter.,ol Spokane, Wash.; and George M. Hosack, Esq., of Pittsburgh. Pa. ... all of them well known : in the The hands were: Mrs. Tubbs, dealer, South: Spades, 10,-8, 6, 5, my discarded the 4 of Diamonds. Declarer then led the 10 of Spades, hoping to.knock the adverse Ace and Queen together. West played the Queen, Dummy discarded the 5 of Hea'rts, and East, 10 Declarer's disappointment, discarded the Deuce of Clubs. Declarer, with only trumps remaining In her hand, placed her cards face up on the table conceding the 5 assage of Bill After Long Cry For Relief Is Highly Regarded. Br FRANK I. WELI.ER WASHINGTON WV- Passage Uie agricultural marketing net the answer o( Congress 10 eight-year battle for "farm relief, is -regarded by agriculture as til outslandlns event of the last year Under It. the president lias ere ated ri feiteral farm board wit Alexander Legge, former manufac turer off farm machinery, at it. head. Its eight members, repre Eenllng the major farm commo*V ties, are pledged to effect n be I ter adjustment of pnxluctlon to demand and a more efficient system of market Ing. So far It has set up a $100,000,000 national marketing organization for Brain, a (1,000,000 agency for livestock, and a national marketing concern of the same capitalization s for wool and mohair, It has approved a loan of from »f5.000,000 to $20,000.00 for the American Cotton Growers' exchange and advanced funds on X-Ray Catches Human Stomach Emoting more tetnportri. • - . '• Mlu Kueniel tutcetU that hot coffee follows the Ice cre«m in order to cany on It* food work itlmulatlng stomach activity. The chocolate peppermint hu the same effect, at leut In student*. Probably thli U the reason why 10 many phyilclant have found the addition of peppermint to a *tomachtc medicine of re»l-«rvlce. The hot water bottle, 10 corn- tor tlnf to a "pain in the tummy," acta aa a regulator of stomach movement and restores a tranquil activity to an over-wrought organ. A Tonic loi Man or Woman Dr.PIERCE'S Golden Medical Discovery 4, 3, 2; Hearts, A, Q. 6; Diamonds, Ace ol Spades to the adversaries A' Clubs, A, K. Mr. Rutle'r .West: and claiming the rest. Declarer Spades A K l' Hearts, J, 3;' Dia- made her game, four tricks In monds 862' Clubs. Q. J, 10, 1, 4. Spades, with 36 for trick points; Mr. Hosock, North: Spades, J, 9; I the adversaries scored 30 for their Hearts, 10, ' 9, 7, 5, 2: Diamonds, I three honors. K. 10, 't, 4, 3; Clubs, 9. Mrs. Ship- j in M r . Work's comments on the ley, East: Spades. K; Hearts, K, 8, -bid and play of the hand,. Mr. Woit 4; Diamonds, Q, J, 9, 5; Clubs, 8, 0, commended Mrs. Tubb's Spade bid, ' but did not wish that statement to Opening the bidding as the first, be regarded as a precedent for bid' deal of an Aucilon Bridge rubber. ten-high suits. In this case Mrs. Tubbs, Souih, said one Spade, the declaration was justified only She had all four suits stopped, but' by Che extraordinary type of liancl only a singleton Ace of Diamonds. | held by Mrs. Tubbs. Technically, It was'obvlous thai it was prefer-'her hand.was a No Trumper, with able to bid her seven-card major.! more than the required high-card Mr. Rutter, West, bid two Clubs.' strength, and three suits -stopped He would have passed had tho | according to the definition of stop- dealer passed, but he had the Ped suits. Ten-high suits are not strength to make a following bid generally considered stopped, but after a bid by Souiri. Mr. Hosack, I obviously in this case Mrs. Tubts North, passed. He had not the side had no fear that a great number strength or the normal trump sup- 'of Spades could be rim against her; port to assist his partner's 'Spade so actually she had four suits slop- CLEVELAND (/!•) — far a long , relates. "The lower part of Uio Ime the human stomach has been Utomach reflects this feeling and mown as a bad octor, which talks !hns sunk, In some Instances, until ond speaks out of turn gen- a presents a picture of an elong- rally. nted tube with the lower end rest- old, and his two live-card suits i in addition to a surplus of lacked the strength to justify bid-1 strength. With the extraordinary ding either one. Mrs. Shipley, East, length of the Spade suit, and only jumped to three Clubs. While it is' a singleton Diamond, a Spade con- rarely possible to pre-empt after'tract was her logical objective. A the adversaries have bid, the ef- Ibid 'of three Spades was warranted fort was sound in ihis case be-|by the strengtn of the hand but cause the partner 01 the Initial Mrs. Tubbs did not wish to shut oat bidder had-pa=s«l. East's jump was.her ..partner .if the latter had a made- r lh-the'rOTW that South mlghi : good Heart bid; neither could she made%-thV'S5|that South mlghv good Heart bid; neither could she not- haee-ithsSnenglh. t6~ venture bid. two. Spades, as an. original-two- three without a previous assist from : bid Indicates a suit headed by Ace- partner. East also Icared thai il jKing-Q«e«n. ,.. - . . South were permitted to bid xwo, I The feature of the play, of course North would have strength enough : was the Declarer's ruffing of the to assist that bid, even though he -, winnings Ace of Oiubs with, an pth^ was not strong enough to assist erwise useless trump, thereby galn- South's original bid of one. East' ing two tilcks through cashing appreciated that her partner's bid,'Dummy's King of Diamonds and being a following one, might Indi-1 being able to take the Heart finesse. smaller loans for farm industries ranging in type from seed associations to Florida citrus cooperatives and California raisin cooperatives. It has used approximately $50.. 000,000 of the original 1150,000,000 appropriated from the authorized revolving fund of $500,000,000. It Is the theory of the federa loans that they are to help Uv farmer help himself and that they are to be paid back with interest. While stress is laid upon the cf fectlve organization of coopera five marketing associations as a means of Improving farm conditions, the act contemplates a program embracing all major economic factors that materially Influence farm incomes. To this program Secretary Hyde, an ex-offlcio member -of the farm board, has correlated every agency in the department of agriculture, and behind this union of the two governmental forces stands the broad sympathy and cooperation of the National Grange and the American Farm Bureau federation—the farmer's own organization through which he struggled for farm relief Now two scientists at Western , ing upon I he very rim of the pelvis, lescrve university here hnvc given But at the next examination tho ilm Qlnv tests with the x-ray and I student Is braver and the stomach lave caught him emoting. In the : »st Hollywood tradition, regisler- ng fear, dismay and happiness. Nearly 300 healthy students, In various stages of excitement, were examined in this study by Prof. T. Wlngate Todd and WUhclinlne Kuenzel. Among other important traits they discovered reactions analogous to taclii expressions: "When a studem nrst submits to an examination he usually has a sinking sensation." Miss Kuenzel to have risen. "If we hapi>eii to know that the student Is dreading an examination In one of his classes, or fears some other future event, the stomach again will present this tunken, lethargic appearance." It require] three or four examlna lions before the stomach reacta normally. The stomacn also reflect* in a manner the temperament of tho person examined. Dr. T. Wlngalc of Western lie servo university irlijht) ha« Uken • x-ray photOBrnphs allowing how the stomach is affected by emotion. At lower left is the atomach uf n person who la frightened In he center Is a comfortable stomach, niul at lower right Is one that Is nervous. "In ft person wlioso reactions arc <iulck, who moves anil speaks rup Idly, the Momueh also ' is morr active thnn a stomach In n iwsor wiio is stodgy and talks und move- slowly," she saki. But Miss Kueiiicl poh\is out, all foods in tho stomach, arc at least suspended In fluid swallowed or gastric Juice. Duttcrmlk will. make even a lethargic stomach kick Inlo action. Milk seems to sooth? It, for thn response is 'quite gtnUe. After a: drink of water the stomach is uulM vigorous. . A hot water, bottle on the abdomen will nmko the stomach more vigorous and an Ice pack will do the same but the effect Is much Ttihe* Wont CLASSIFIED Wiff/ legislation. With 'agriculture thus, drawing cate only moderate strength; The hand would be played the she feared the ouicome if adver- same at Contract, but the blddiriu saries were permitted to play the {would begin and end with a call hand at Spades, and was willing of four Spades by Dealer. The' South hand, according to Mr. Work, .Is too strong to risk bidding less than game, as South, in order to make to make a small sacrifice to prevent. It. Mrs. Tubbs, however, bid three Spades without hesitation.:She realized she plight lose as many as three trump.tricks and two Heart tricks, but believed there was little game, needed, from North'.much less strength than North would have to hold hi order to raise his partner even fro mal three-bid to chance that she would be so un- four. South should figure, that if lucky. She also hoped that her the six outstanding Spades., were [Bright Outlook For Legion Post In'30, Belief •^^^^^•••••^ ^——^ ,Dud Caion post, American Le- will'open 1930 with a larger V.d membership than it had at. |/« end of 1929, and with a good I ,t«pect of attaining I'.ic largest nbenhlp in its history, it was at the post meeting last. ' Approximately 250 members have thready paid their dues for 1930, as IgalMt a 1929 membership of 240. 1 The situation here Is typical, Lelon officers say, of a renewal of literttt in the organization thru- Cat the state, following the elec- f.on to the national commander- liip at O. L .Bodenhamer of El Iwado, which has brought Arkan- lu to first place among the state It the union. ] At the close of the old year Ar- lansai had already exceeded the liembenhip quota assigned it for 100, and led all other states by a llde margin. Percentage of, 1930 Kuotai attained by the five leading litates were reported as follows at : end of the year: Arkansas, 106 • cent; Wisconsin, 78.65 per cent; «!.«; Wyoming, 63.06; am . ?' !? ld f f 1 .™' let(m partner, even If he was not strong enough to give her an assist, might have the very little help she needed to go game. All passed, and Mrs. Tubbs became Dec:arer with a contract of ;nree Spades. Mr. Rutter, West, led the Queen and Mr. Hosack, North, down as Dummy. er played the sing- Crabs. Mrs. Shipley, East, played the 6, her second-best .intending to play her clubs down, third-best next, etc.. in the hope that this procedure would enable her partner to count her suit. South, the Declarer, won with the King 01 Clubs. The Declarer, Mrs. Tubbs, planning her campaign, saw that she doubtless wouki lose three Spade tricks unless the adverse Spades were divided 2-2; also, she would have to lose a Heart if she were forced to lead tnc suit from her own hand. A moment's study showed Mrs. Tubbs how she could enter DUmmy in order to cash Dummy's King of Diamonds, ( Qn which she could discard a losing Heart from the closed hand), and to lead a Heart from Dummy lor the finesse of the Queen. As the first move, Declarer led her Ace of Diamonds, on which West played the 2, Dummy the 3, and East the 5. Declarer then led the Ace of Clubs, trump, ing it with the 9 of Spades in Dummy. West played the 4 of Clubs; East the 5. Declarer had to make this play berore leading trumps even once, as the adversary who won the first trump trick surely would continue the salt to take Dummy's other Uamp off the board, thus killing Declarer's chance ol a Dummy entry. Declarer, to trick 4, i c( j Dummy's King of Diamonds, discarding her own 6 of Hearts. East played the 9 of Diamonds, and West the 6. Dummy then led the Deuce of Hearts, East played the 4, Declarer finessed her Quesn. and West played the 3. Declarer then led the Deuce ot divided evenly among the other hree players, North iiaving a couple of small ones, South probably would lose only, two trump tricks. In that esent. if North • held' the Jack of Hearts, game would be practically assured; yet North, holding only two small Spades'and the Jack of Hearth, without a face card, could not raise his partner one trick. South, therefore, should bid the game; and after a bid of four, the other players, with the hands they held, would be obliged to pass. 8ILOAU SPRINGS—City council Imemben and Arkansas Western \Qu company officials are now ne- Spades. Mr. Butter, west saw it I :....__ t j r mchlse by which the would cost nothing i 0 B i a y j<jw sc . ...„, _ i hfi p]aycd the 7 Dummy played'the Jack, and East won »uh the King East then led Ihe 3 O f clubs to force Declarer's trumps. South city will be gl«n natural gas scr- * on the line 'rom the Claifc- e fVId to Fayetteville. Spring- Idale, Rof*n and BtntonvilU. Negro Given Fine for Assault and Battery out of 1928 Its first promise of national unity and Its first program of concerted effort. It looks back on a year of total income that will equal, if it does not exceed, that of the'preceding jle'ar, . The aggregate gross income from agricultural production for the crop reason 1828-'29. is. estimated at S12,527,000,000, or. about $225.000,000 more than that of the'1927-'28 season. ... . Cash Income from the sale of farm products Is estimated to liave totaled $9,349,000 000. or an Increase of-179,000;000 over the'correspond- ing, figure of a year ago. "The net Income'of farmers, however, was only about' * 16.000,000 greater, with the return earned on the current valuation of agricultural properly, about the same—4.7 per cent. - Higher prices for -livestock and livestock products s^re the principal . cause of Improvement. . Interpreting I928-'29 conditions as evidenced of continued gradual Improvement in agriculture. Secretary Hyde says farm incomes averaged higher last year than for any season since 1920-'21 except 1925-"26. Tne movement of population from the farm declined, and rate of depreciation in farm land values declined. Forced sales and related defaults ui connection with farm land decreased.'Estimated at »58645,000,000, the current value of agricultural real estate and personal properly Is nearly $400,000,000 higher than last year. While the losses were so evenly distributed that no large area had eithr a very bountiful or very short crop, the widespread drought of the 1929 growing season dried up OSCEOLA—George Robinson, one of the negroes who figured in an altercation with Godfrey WCiite recently, was assessed a fine in court today on charges of public drunkenness and assault and battery. His • companion, who severely bit White"s ear in a scuffle following an automobile accident, disappeared and has not been found. Max Arwood Draws Fine in Tuesday's Court Max Arwood had the last session of police court in 1929 all to himself Tuesday afternoon. Max was fined $2$ on a charge of disturbing the peaoe by Judge W. D. Gravette. Evidence In a case In which Arwood was accused of resisting an officer was heard by the court with the announcement that decision would be rendered today. Returns From Dinner to Find Apartment Robbed NEW YORK, Jan. 1.—<ff>—He- turning to her apartment at midnight after dining with friends Mrs. Anna Tenneau, widow of Alexander Tenncau, former vice-president of Cartler, Inc., Fifth avenue Jewelers, found she had been robbed of Jewelry and clothes valued at $15,000. Police believe entrance to the apart, menl In East 72nd street was effect, ed by a skeleton key. pastures and reduced crop yields below those of any year. Charles Taft, Cincinnati Times Publisher, Dies CINCINNATI, O.. Jan. 1.—<*•)— Charles P. Taft, philanthropist and founder and publisher of the Times- Star died at his none here last night of pneumonia after an illness of a year and a half. He was 86 years old. He was unconscious for three days preceding death. QUICK, SAFg THOXINE COLD CAPSULES Ib. wrj ^ _ tint dow In bet H to nw- uU«d to riv* aafekcr. •*(<* " •nd betur rt!M th*n t . v thie* roa h«r« «rw i» r for cofch or roar mcMT will ' b. ntexM-KM p* tot SM tod rcoxMKM i» Kirby-Bcli Drug Co. and Klrby Drug Co, r DJ930 •# NEA Service Inc. j55/ LAURA IDU BROOKMAN TN a few days Judith Cameron and Arthur Knight will be *• married. She is a stenographer. He is her employer. She is a young .girl. He is middle-aged, a widower with two children. But they love each other—or at least they think they do. And so they are going to be married. W Most love ctories end when the wedding bells ring, but marriage is just the beginning of "RASH ROMANCE." And it is the beginning of some difficult problems for' husband .and wife. .Will these two make a go of it? Will they be happy? Read "RASH ROMANCE," the fascinating new serial by Laura Lou Brookman, and learn how a clever young author deals with some.very interesting questions. 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