The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 7, 1936
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THURSDAY, MAY 7, 193G Louisiana Dictatorship Will Be Moderated Under New Governor BATON ROUGE, La. (UP) _ Richard Webster Leche will be Inaugurated governor next BLYTHBVILLE, (ARK.) COURIEU NEWS -WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL 1,KSSON= Effectual Prayer KV WM. GI1.ROV, 1). I). Kditor of Advance The teaching of Jesus concern- Ing prayer Is stressed by this lesson In two parables. The parable of the Importunate widow, or the unjust judge, lias puzzled many people. If .we. would interpret it aright, we must be on our guard neainst false assumptions. • The story Is simple. A willow had certain claims against an adversary, and one found dlffl- ciilty in having these claims recognized. The judge,' who should the needs of His children, be ready to bestow upon them'Ills blessing"! Tlie teaching Is not that God can be swayed nnd changed llko nil unjust judge, but that God, In His bountiful love nnd mercy, Is more ready, ns Jesus has In- ..slstcd In other teachings, to give what we need (or our spiritual I upbuilding limn we are to ask. | : - Much the. same teaching in rnilioi 1 . a different, way is foiirtd In Ihe second parable, whore we have (he contrast .between the (wo men who went into the teni- , and llu; depth to which lie tnul i fnllfn from the hl K li Mini! ol truth mm riciiteousm>.<w smiting ! iijwn his brpust nnd suylng. "Clod There VV.K ,„ i' W ye, b to, v n T Tnccclv so I ^, r!> w l, « . „ *„ ' ' L1 , e *"* ^l , 0 or, un4 ,™l raig A ml ™ f "™ 11 ' .m aim legislature since the nssnsslri- ntlon of the state's dictator, Sen. Iluey p. Long. Leche became the ath governor of the slate find also one of the . This month lie will celc- As Long lay dying In Our Lady of the Lake Hospital here from a bullet wound inflicted by a young Baton Rouge eye, car and noso doctor, IIL> summoned political lenders to his bedside and demanded that Leche become the candidate on the Long ticket. As though expecting death, (his was the lust demand lni)jose<l by Long upon the political followers who had stood by him so staunchly since he rose to power. Won by largest Vote The Long leadei-s, after disagreement which for a time threatened to split the faction, finally got together nnd Leche was catered in the Democratic primaries. He won ngalnst Rep. Cleveland Dsar by the largest vote ever polled for tlie office. Prior to becoming candidate for governor, Leche, who was graduated from the Tulane University School of Law served 0:1 the np- pcllate court, bench in New Orleans. Before that he was secretary to Gov. Oscar Kelly Allen, who died a few weeks after Long •wns shot down In the lobby of the Louisiana capitol. Following Allen's "death, James A. Noe, lieutenant governor during Long's regime, became chief executive. Inherlls Wide 1'owers With his Inauguration Leche will become actual head of the Long faction. And too he will fall heir to all the dictatorial powers which Long forced legislatures to endow the office with. However, Leche has promised to undo some of the things that gave Long the status of "dictator." While campaigning Leche told the voters that he would repeal the law which politicalized the school system. He lias made peace with the federal administration at Washington sojliat Louisiana nvny recelvc'Jts.-.slijire of federal, funds -Accepts Tedcral Requirement.? "We are going to make Louisiana laws coincide with the federal laws." he said recently in Washington, where he conferred with federal officials. "Some day we may have to help pay back some of this money, and we might as well get our share now." A haspititlizatiori plan that will provide free treatment "for every mother In the state." and a state police system with all existing ngencics co-qrdinnted into one organization are included in his program. Leche. also wants to stage a world exposition In New Orleans to encourage industries to come to the state. Leche is probably the "biggest" governor Louisiana ever had. He weighs 250 pounds nnd siands six feet (all in his stockings. Next, to being governor, he'd rather play baseball. '1'lie Circal Father "11 Hie laiiituntios of the .soul. Even when we cannot spenk onr Bllb granted the o The comment tiint Jesus made upon this was, "Shall not God avenge His elect that cry to Him day and night?" a '• * Let us analyze the argument. It, is not that God will be moved by our insistent Importunity, but rather that if an .unjiisj, judge with no regard for cither God or man will finally yield to trie Importunate prayers of n widow, how much more will God, Who is both just and loving, and responsive' to worthy he was of "nil that God had (o give him. One must not think of him ns n strange and insincere man. The Pharisees were (he devout and conventionally good people of the day, and tills man represented the complacent, self-satisfied religious type, 4 * * •Consider on the other hand (he ; pulilicnn. standing nfnr off, himl- , ly daring to lilt up his eyes to ; heaven, realizing his weakness iiu ueuer, no worse. The publican went down with the consciousness that God had nnswci-cd Ills pin ye f. OLIJ GULF(PRAYi PAGE THREE STORES PKICKS FOK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY- f! I'll Will lll'Of I'Vi'sh. Pound 15c THE BEST BEEF !N TOWN "C. Q." MEANS CONTROLLED QUALITY Men! Loaf I'ounil .ITjc Round, Lb Loin, Lb Shoulder, Round, Lb. £' Rib or 250 club Ib. 28c Chart Shows Extent < Of King Corn's Tumble DES MOINES, la. (UP) —King corn, Iowa's most valuable product, skidded dizzily during the depression, according to statistics gathered by Leslie M. "Carl, federal statistician for Iowa. i I Carl's charts disclosed that 1825' was the lust year in Mich corn; topped $1 a bushel. It hit a high of $1.10 in February, but by December of tlie same year was selling for 56 cents. a bus'hel In January nnd February, a usliel In January and February, 1933. Seine sales were reported ns low ns 8 cents n bushel, Cnrl said. .' Mrs. G. Fluke of Akron, o.. found n dollar bill inside a loaf of bread she was slicing. • tilTtt PRICES Every day on Food, Flour, Meats. Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Produce, Fancy and Staple, any quantity. For convenience we ofTer "I'ro- fil Sharing t'roleetlvc Crcilil" Come in or Phone RITE PRICE GROCERY I'lioiie 234 We Deliver I'll K. Main In Old 1>. 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