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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - April 17, 1937, Blytheville, Arkansas Pace Pou Blytheville Ark courier news saturday april 17, 1937 the Blytheville courier news the courier news co., publishers c. R. Babcock editor h. W. Haines advertising manager sols National advertising representatives Arkansas dailies inc., new York Chicago Detroit St. Louis Dallas Kansas City Memphis. Published every afternoon except sunday entered As second class matter at the Post office at Blytheville Arkansas under act of Congress october 9, 1917. Served by the United press subscription rates by Carrier in the City of Blytheville. 15c pea wee or 65c per month. A by mail within a radius of 50 Miles 13.00 per year. $1.50 for six months 75c for three months by mail in postal zones two to six inclusive $6 50 per year in zones seven and eight $10.00 per year payable in Advance. Remember i9 some 2,000 Eastern Arkansas farm Era including perhaps 75 from Mississippi county heard an impressive plea by Cully a. Cobb at Marianna yesterday i hat they consider carefully the probable results before embarking on a program of expanded Cotton production. Or. Cobb now director of the agricultural adjustment administrations Southern division has had a leading part in the Cotton phase of the Federal agricultural program Ever since 1933. He was in a position to take his hearers Back to the situation in which Cotton growers found themselves in 1932 As a result of unrestricted production and through the Steps in the four succeeding years through which Cotton prices have been More than doubled and the Cotton producer has been lifted from bankruptcy to a fair degree of Prosperity. Nothing is More certain he said than that if the Cotton producers of this country by producing in 1937 a larger a coif than the a markets can absorb increase the existing surplus of american Cotton the Price of Cotton will Start Back toward the 1932 level. Let no Cotton grower he urged he guilty of practices which if adopted by All Cotton growers would mean disaster to him and to All. Those who heard or. Lob were visibly impressed. His talk at Marianna was one of a series throughout the Cotton Belt. They Are certain to have a beneficial effect although whether they will halt the apparent trend toward increased production remains to he seen. It is not the business of this newspaper to attempt to advise any Farmer As to what his Cotton acreage should be. Every Farmer has his own individual problems and must work out his program As Best he can to meet them. But we join with Cully Cobb in urging the Farmers of the territory served by this newspaper to consider what the certain result of a general acreage increase would be to ask themselves if they can justify taking for themselves a program which if adopted by All would mean disaster for All and to count the risk of having to buy High priced feed with Cotton made cheap because the land which should have been in feed crops is As put in Cotton instead. The Cotton growers of this Section in common with those of most of the Cotton Belt As or. Cobb pointed out Are now enjoying Prosperity. That Prosperity is the direct and unmistakable result of a program through which production of american Cotton has been brought into balance with demand. Certainly the painful lesson of a few years ago should not be so quickly forgotten. Cost of neglect having served for years on the Bench in Detroit traffic court judge John j. Maher is Well qualified to write a Book on the subject. And in his Hook Are some interesting anomalies that will interest every student of americans vital traffic problem. Among other things judge Maher Points out that police have handled Fie routing of traffic arrangement of signal lights construction of safety zones and so on matters that Are decidedly engineering problems. That we educate and train pilots to handle planes and sailors to handle ships but that we turn a 14-year-old boy or girl Loose on the streets of a big City to learn to drive a car. That most of our autos Are new and streamlined hut that 75 per cent of our existing traffic Laws Are old and obsolete. Is it any wonder after the Way it Lins been neglected that the traffic problem has become a menace gloved hit lid of Hie Laie when the Justice of a British court sports a new pair of White gloves you May know that All is peaceful Serene and orderly Iii his particular Bailiwick. The Spring assizes of the Ontario supreme court opened at North Bay ont., recently and it was discovered that there was not one criminal Case on the docket. And so in accordance with the old British custom it became the duty of the sheriff to present the presiding judge with a pair of White gloves. That such a custom Ever will sprout in the United states is somewhat doubtful for where in this Broad Republic will you Ever find a court Calendar that does not contain at least one criminal Case awaiting trial nevertheless the custom is Worth a thought a if Only As a reminder that it is possible Atter All to conduct ii society without a crime wave in this modern world. Mews never marry a confirmed Gaiter unless you Are an addict yourself. A mrs. Walter Hagen suing for a divorce a a women Are not Only Sloppie than men. But they re More disrespectful in the bargain Angie cleaner of the rooms in the dormitory of the University of Pennsylvania. A Uci us Jwj to of Ouw a Uhila pm Ai in Ammi my to Mas g a to a Joa Jadu pineal i a woj Baui to a Obj i id july olt our Way Side glances by George Clark trailer adventure by Nard Jones log 1937, Nea service inc. Copy 1917 by be service. Inc. M rec u s pay of e a you want your customers wife. Still in a supposed to so theve la always to think you have a smart make a lot of stupid plays this curious world be William Ferguson about one the amp amp or All persons bitten by Quot mad dogs contract a amp ets if not treated and of Rutth results in about of a -77./rd of the cases. Arje not hermits they prefer the company of others of their kind but for Protection each lives i isl a separate deserted Shell of some Gastropod. Jul Kasics Sinjak a tvs Are immune to the venom of other North american snares. Copy 1917 by inca serve of inc she begin Here today failing with tin Brin Quot i Gerity Neal. To locale her companion. Hetty Haynes abducted by Jai k Speddon. Martha my Cru North from san Francisco up the in Cut coast. And Blidt Lynly Misc decides even though Quot or love Krill that he i implicated Iii Hetty disappearance. So at ii Winall t Ulfo Viilu town she a him arrested. Be in Hartland. Martha learn that ii Johnny . Seattle underworld diameter i involved in the ease. Pollee hint that Hetty May have been murdered. Martha Koi on to Seattle Anil there i abducted by Speddon who trick her into meeting him at a trailer Camp. I Hen Martha awaken she find her Elf in an abandoned warehouse. A few minute inter he i chloroformed and taken Hoard t Riznik ship. Speddon Milan up and fake Martha to let Nik s Cabin. There Murt Liu learn that she and Netty have become innocent victim of a a i Jan Nolc dope ring who a Leader wanted to try out a new trailer 1 a narcotic conveyor and used the girl to make the test. T Otter to take Martha into the ring. Ii urge sneering by on he ground that of she does t join them. It will mean inevitable death for both sin Anil belly. Hut Martha i Adamant. Angered at this Defiance to ilk Calls in a dinking Oriental. Horrified. Martha see i yellow Mina approach even As i Wiknik prepare to leave the Cabin. Now go on with the Story chapter xxii Vul hat fearful order Cizniak issued to the Oriental could Only Gic and she was never really to know. For at that moment there was a terrific detonation out Over the water. The chinese topped in his tracks turned questioningly to Johnny Cizniak. The latter a face had drained of its color. A Ling a he roared. A get above a standing there Martha Felt the swing of the ship As it altered its course. Bells tinkled somewhere below and slowly the throb of the engines increased vibrating the floor plates beneath her feet. She stood there for a moment too frightened to move too frightened even to realize that in their hurried exit Cizniak and Ling had left the Cabin door swinging wide. As the ship turned the door swung heavily clanged against the Wall. It was then that Martha regained her senses and rushed to the once doorway. The passage was empty but above her she could hear men shouting against the wind. Expecting every moment to run headlong into an adversary Martha walked hurriedly along. Desperately she hoped to gain the deck above perhaps hide herself during the confusion. Then As she passed one of the doors which stretched along the passageway she heard her name called clearly. And it was Bettye a voice Martha stopped As one stunned. Almost afraid to answer she answered softly. A a yes. Its a you can turn the Latch from the outside a Betty said. In one sudden movement Martha was inside the stateroom and so great was her Joy at finding Betty that she almost let the door swing tight again. A wait a Betty said clutching the Knob. She turned the lock so that the door would not close flush with the Wall. A if you a been in Here As Long As i have you miss u Chance like this sister a by j artha wanted to cry for Joy at the familiar jocular tone. But when Betty turned to her she saw in the Blond girls eyes the unmistakable effects of Days of fear and weariness. A Tell me a Martha pleaded. A Are you All right a Betty nodded. A sure in mall right. Handsome or. Cizniak has been a Little unpleasant once or twice but in be managed him so far. Have you met or. Cizniak by any Chance a Martha flushed angrily. A just she took Bettye sarm. A come on lets get out of a easy Mart. There a not a Chance. Wed run right smack into them. I tried it once but this boat seems to have a Knack of getting away from the Revenue a is that what All the excitement is a Betty nodded. A you heard a Revenue Cutter firing a warning to Stop. After a a she stopped suddenly As the stateroom plunged into darkness. A there go the lights Cizniak will run without lights and keep away from their Searchlight beam if he a a How How Long have you been on the boat a a maybe a week. It seems More like a year and it May be longer than a week for All i know. They done to want to let go of me and they done to quite know what to do with a but How did you get up into Tho Northwest they told me at the California Border that Speddon had driven through a Quot Fretty smiled ruefully. A ooh no Little orphan Annie was lying in the closed rumble seat and or. Speddon a gun was pointed Down Between the cushions of the front seat with one hand while he handed the dumb officer his License with the other. It seemed to me like we drove too Miles before he let my Buck into the front a a what made him take you in the first place a a it was because of a crazy remark i made. You remember we went Back to the service station to ask the attendant if head seen Neal Well just to make conversation i said i Wasny to surprised to have Neal disappear because the whole Job looked suspicious and i be surprised if we were working for rum runners or dope smugglers. Out of a million inane remarks and i can Inie Mem All a i had to say that Speddon believe i a joking. He told me i knew too much and that in three Days id be talking to Cizniak. He Tore out of town like made and never stopped except for Gas and Oil and a a you did no to Send me any telegrams then a a no. That was Speddon. I think head have gone Back after you. Bul he was afraid. So he thought if he could keep vim Happy until you got to Seattle head be nil right. I did to slip you a not a did j e u get it a Martha nodded. A at Portland a i done to suppose you co Rea t much of it. I just had half a minute to scrawl it out and slip it to a Gas station attendant. I was trying to warn you Abri t Cizmek and Speddon. But. A i it voice grew suspiciously Chreky in the darkness a but i done to Ftp pop a anything could have kept Veu Lorn walking into this a a in be found you Safe that sail mat a Safe. A Betty repealed the word Queerly. A have iou any idea what will happen to us if that government boat should overtake this one a a but be too Busy to think about a a i wish i could believe it a deity answered. A but when Cizniak recalls what we could Tell the polio 1 in a afraid hell remember All rt1hey fill silent at the sudden sound of heavy footfalls in the passageway. They grew nearer went on Down past the door. A a that a Cizniak a Betty whispered. A Betty he a gone Back to i stateroom to find me we be got to make a break for it. Maybe if we can gut up on deck Well have a they plunged out into the dark corridor feeling their Way along the Wall. At the far end they heard i Znika a Swift curses As he realized Ling had left the door open for Martha a escape. A hurry a Betty breathed desperately. A a he la turn a flashlight Down the Martha ran on collided painfully with the rail of an Iron Stair. Clutching Bettye a wrist she started up. When they reached the deck they realized the reason for bullies sudden concern fit them. To be continued following the bite of a Rabid animal symptoms of rabies May not set in for two months. Pasteur s discovery of preventing the development of rubies remains us one of his greatest achievements. Next Are doves symbols of peace always peaceful the family doctor \ in twins Williams i Jinn of i 111111 11114k a a a of j no. Emi i a do. Mok Kis Kisi Ibi in editor journal o the american medical association and of ii i a. The health Magazine with most diseases such As Callet fever. Diphtheria or measles a person who once has had one of them is Likely thei after to be resistant to it and to have a second attack unfortunately diseases that affix the do not seem to leave u in with a permanent resist at indeed ailments such a a us Anza pneumonia Anc Bro o seem to produce a condition mat Iii much More Likely to a it in a second attack Many people have these diseases several the Best Way to prevent i i Monia is to do everything p d o to build up the general Talice of the person concerned to involves first of All. Avoid it sure to inclement weather Ich As severe cold dampness Moo. And drafts. Next plenty o i Slung food should be eaten is Means not Only the right a jut of protein food without too i of the sugars but Turlieu x plenty of Leafy Green m a. Containing vitamins a. B c my d vitamins a Aud i Muic largely in cod liver Oil Ami Iii halibut liver Oil Vitamin a Orange juice Vitamin b in whole Grain cereals fresh it a a a tables and yeast. Ii a child n adequate amounts of these v nuns in his diet and recent ,. Addition some cod liver t halibut liver Oil his Vitamin outre ments will be provided the child should take also oos Sibie i rom three fourths of re or. If a quart to a quart of milk each Day. Milk the most neatly Peri eel food. Should be supplemented chiefly by vitamins c and a and by Iron to build person must hav air and w Amit i possible for a i doors during a is tiler and if it i him for this p area of tile do so. Outdoor Cise help Devin More import a however is an of rest at suit building up re rest period after and to to 12 i at night Are of per to Nee. Anything which tends to reduce a persons vitality seems to predispose him to pneumonia. Dissipation that involves excess burning up of the body Energy loss of sleep overwork worry undernourishment. Over indulgence in alcohol frequent colds and excesses Oil any kind Are factors which help Lessen vitality. The use of overheated rooms the injurious effects of excessively dry and warm air and the us of a bedroom without Ade quate ventilation also Are listed As factors which tend to break Down lung resistance. Especially important in preventing pm Amenia is prompt attention to common colds influenza sore Throat and bronchitis when these occur. These precautions and the avoidance of overcrowding. Or coming in Contact with people who have this disease. Would do much to Cut Down the number of pneumonia cases and deaths. Read courier news want Ada Toledo becomes Center of transport traffic Toledo it up it Coal shipping port lakes and third Center also is the Toledo busiest on the great largest Railroad Gateway for the the aeronautics department at the University of Minnesota. The ascension will be made Horn the enclosure at soldiers Field in Rochester w till an Assembly of he four foot balloons. Or. Piccard has proposed the flight for Early in june. It is planned for experimental purposes with the Multi balloon Type of Craft. He plans to reach a heaviest Highway transport traffic in Ohio. State planning authorities re port that an average of 37,931 j height of about 11,000 feet. Vehicles move in and out of the City on 12 state and Federal highways every Day. Of this number More than 5,700 Are trucks and 290, buses. Military Honor grave for a Mother a Hartman Piccard plans flight in 80 tiny balloons Minneapolis up a or Jean Piccard stratosphere balloonist. Will make a test flight from Rochester. Minn., if plans outlined by a committee Are consummated successfully. Or. Piccard is a Pio lessor Iii general resistance a plenty of fresh if it is in ild to get out son of bad impossible to Send of to a warm country it is Wise to play and Oxer-1 it a child s lungs. Ii than exercise adequate amount Hie intervals in astarte a Short luncheon at Neon ours rest in bed the greatest in our hoarding House / a iad Laos i oust Hao a. Bully Ide a / Hawk i will have a picture of myself As promoted Ano manager of this fainted above the Entrance with the Hoople coat of arms beneath an Escutcheon of so in ins Gold with lion rampant Over Hano and Branch a Why not a Flea be api nos through a beef2 Babbel Over a Drossel Back scratcher and squirt gun 7? a then give a Back scratcher with every ticket that ought to Pacrem in f san Francesco. Up Tho Federal government has granted permission for final burial in the National cemetery at the Presidio Here of a a Mother a Minerva Hartman. Famed nurse of the Indian. Civil und Spanish american wars. She died at the age of 104 she also served in the crimean War under Florence Nightingale. She was born in Columbus. Ohio june 26. 1832 with major Hoople be f All that needed to fill in the depression is to visa class and Breeding into our Flea circuses Bioux will Tell and that goes Pouble with a f Lea i for a while it was thought the vaccines consisting of a preparation of killed pneumonia germ would be important in help build up resistance to this Dis ease. If the disease Otsel Doc not bring about permanent n nuance however there Doe be seem to be any real reason us such vaccine would be any Moi beneficial authorities done consider the evidence in sup Poi of anti no Timonia vaccine Sui la Lent at this time to warrant Jenera recommendation of it

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