The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 27, 1938
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1038 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Labor Camps and Road Construction Program Also Reduce Jobless BY MII.TON BKONNJilt NBA Service Slaflf Correspondent LONDON, April 25.—"Hitler or- <k-rs a tiling done imcl it is clone. Thai is why we linvo reduced our unemployed from 6,500,000 to less than a half million." Tills Is the cf-coiirse-ljlnse/j explanation whlcli n tiigh Nti/I official, iiattoaecl in London, offered this correspondent lor Die rapid reduction in the lolal of licrmanys jobless. But he frankly admitted that atom 530,000 joung men had been taken off the streets l>y being conscripted Into the big new German army, air force and navy. He also agreed that another 500,000 young men, ranging from !!; to as, are taken (or a )mlf year to the labor camps, and that perhaps 80,000 young women and girls voluntarily gn to the: women's labor camps. lie also admitted that In Germany, as In knglaiid and Holy, rearmament was absorbing an enormous number of workers. Rearmament, in Germany noi on}-' mean* giving men employment in the manufacture in guns, rule.-,, Un^a, armored cars and airplanes, with boundless amounts of ammunition, but these enterprises give a boom to the coal and iron mining indus- lr». to the manufacture of pig iron ami aieel and to the production of aluminum and other products necessary tor rearmament. So that in all, ,,erhaps a million men are thus employed by rearmament. Jobs Outside Rearmament But what my informant wished to stress was tne employment that was 'found for people outside of the rearmament program. Thus he said Hitler decreed that there should be 5000 miles of the finest roads in the world. One thousand miles have already been constructed by 600,000 men. Listen to my informant once more: "Soon after he came into power, ,the Fuehrer enunciated his program' as to the human problem: "'Men first. Economics must serve men, not men economics. Finance must serve economies'." "This has been the secret of our success. Big industries liave obeyed orders and enlarged plants , «iid given work ito-more people!-'* ffirjy have been, enabled to do so .by credits extended to them. , It has paid all around.' Instead of millions , of people on the dole, we have those ' same millions drawing wages which i ure double the dole. That means' ' they can eat more, wear more, spend more. The plan has not, been a vicious circle, but a happy circle To Buifd "People's" Auto "And when rearmament is finished and all the roads are built you will not see millions once more thrown ooul of jobs. Tnere is always plenty of work to do in n big country, for instance. Hitler last year, in opening the motor show in Berlin, said there • was no reason ivliy Hie automobile engineers .should not get together and plan a people's automobile. He meant one which the workman could afford'to buy. He said.he wanted the workers to enjoy cars just as the rich do. "That car Is going to be produced. It is going to cost somewhere between $250 and $300 and will be sold to workmen on the installment plan. It will be a large, sturdy car capable of taking a /workingman's whole family. The plans for the lilant are already drawn, it «nj v I* larger than Ford's in Detroit or V» Dagenlmm, England. It will be located near Berlin, will be completed by 1940 and will employ lens of thousands. "Another task that gives employment is the rebuilding of our cities with great new, monumental structures typical of the Nazi rule and of the widening and construction of magnificent boulevards." LONDON (UP) - British girls should go to school and get diplomas before they can become brides, like they do in Germany, Mrs. Elsie Cannenford, Australian social worker, said in .in interview here. -"Only then shall we have really happy marriages that last," she said. Smart, «h?" It's Steel Wallpaper Ln, Is the gnesi, of Mr. mid Mrs. Jolin Cohoon. Mr. .ami Mrs. Nolim Redge. of Ornn, Mo., was (lie guest, of Mr, nnd Mrs, J. O. Rivy, Tuesday nlglil. Mr. nnd Mre. Roy Glover, of Friendship, were Hie guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. R. Lltlle, Sunday nlglil for dinner. o 1 i Mr. ond MI-S. E. D. Meciniri, of bix Hundred Expeclccl'To Bonne Torre, Mo,, were the guests ' \.. \ r iv; u ------ Attend Event at Walker which tin.. s;nue number of tx>ys from i-ncli (jioiip will l«ko purl, w. J. Jcriilgun of Ultlc Hock,' M.nt« club nuent, Is to sprnk on "«•)! Club Work In' Arkansas." Members of the l/)st Ciine club will |inl on an uiimumr bout cn- Ulle<l "Joe i/jiils vs. Sclimcllng" PAGE THREE and lli,.r,. will bo , ,, of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Co- tioon. over Die week end. A. II. Little, accompanied l>y the postmasters from Stcele, Huyti, Cnriilliersvlllc 1 nnd Braggadocio nt- lendeii a postmasters' meeting at I'ophn- liliiff last Friday nlghl. Mr. nnd Mrs. Uoyd Mills, of Morgan City, La., were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs, John Cohoon last week. Mrs. Joliiv Cohoon, who lias been ill for (iiiite som« lime with heart trouble, is Improved this week. , Mrs. Netta Hlgdon, and Miss Nellie Lester, have returned from St. I-onls. where they visited Mrs. , nnd donionslrntlous rcniiln«s, en Park Here At loasi Got) menriwi's of Uio 21 .Boys nnd fjirls 4-11 Clubs In north Mississippi county are expected lo ttttrml Hie annual 4-11 rnlly, which this year, will bu held Krlriuy tit VValkir pni'lt. For the several yrars tbi> program 'hirhiK llio summer. Fiw horse racing tickets to lln- inallon picture show, radio bvond- «ist, lunch, brief talks, reports, eamrs unit 11 dress revue will feature the nil day program. ?««^^^n^ «2'.7^Mr '= , IMoes hospital, where lie is loklng treatment to undergo an operation for tumor of the brnln. • * * Mr. nnd Mrs. E. S. Workman, are spending the week in sta'.slon, visiting, relatives. U. E. Tnlluy, of Jacfcwn, was tlm guest of Mr nnd Mrs. W. 1. Myers, last woflk. Here's something new . .iteel wallpaper, which seems to work very well for the young lady on the ladder. So light and thin that it can IK cut with hand scissors. the new wallpaper was Introduced for the first time at the Western Metal Congress in Los Angeles. Designers said it will soon :c produced in a variety of ingrained colors and designs, recommended for bathrooms and kitchens. Holland Societ W. M. S. Meets The Baptist Ladies W. M. S. met 'ast Wednesday night at the home if Mrs. C. J. Mccormlck, for a so- ial meeting, there were five mem- ers present. The next meeting is 3 be at Mrs. I. L. Fisher's. ,Wed- lesday night, when (hey will pro- mt a Royal Service Program. * • • ^on Horn Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Puckett are he parents of a son. born last Cuesday night. The child weighed ight pounds, nnd has, not been ' k ... Bex Supper and Biiigo Party T'lie junior and senior classes of lollnutl sponsored n box supper nd Bingo party at the Holland ugli school Tuesday night. The iroceeds of which are to defray excuses on .their trip to Columbia, Mo., which is to start May 0. Plans lave been completed ns lo the 'Dints of interest they will . visit. First they will stop in St. Louis to isit lbe : park. Prom there they will ;o to Columbia, to see (liuir drnra- .tic club, when they present, their >lay '-Sjarkin", under the dlrec- ion of Mrs. Charles Cohoon; From -here Ihey will go to Jefferson City and visit the capital. The trip Is to cover approximately three days. The students' ore to be accompanied by Mies N. D. Thompson, A. Webb, and Mrs. Charles Cohoon, all teachers of the high school faculty. Holland Holds Grade School Eliminations The eliminations were, held last week for students who are to compete in the annual grade school Palace Tackl«s Holt; Hudson Meets John's The Palace Cafe team meets Holt Funeral Home in the Ilrsl game of tonight's City League bowling matches at Sudbnry's Playhouse. In the second mutch Hudsen Tailor shop takes on John's Confectionery. Iliroe to five minutes em ;ii |>y various cluljs for wlilcli uwimis will 1)0 miule. Clubs at Sluidy Ciiw, fleece nnd llrown win prc.wnt numbers nlve.ii in III* verew phy umrnament. liii'ie will be hog miiium I'ontesl.s I"]- nil iiH>mbcr,s wlio Imvc registered lioijs on itu-lr liirms be lure u di'ivis revue by i;hh win. umili> Oielr mil- iK'en held j KJMIIS. A Irunliy J v |-j l« n\i<3i'(!«l till' dull ttldi (in. mns t ,,jnr]cs. -' Kutli jiresldent In in te K |ven ll'n> Jiiiinbor in ;jiciiil;c'rs rnrolliid uii(l n\iinter iju'senl ni UK; m ]| y \ 1K t ftni hi> tells of nn oiii,sliiiullii!( proje.e.1 sponsoml by Ills clul). Cliil) IIKMII« bi-1-.s wlm Imve purebred chicks will l:i- liuroilii(;ed UK will James Nlers- Ilielniir. of OoMicIl, nml Ols n llutlni'd, of HluckwiUer, wlio won the ilil(> oj • i | )t . s t Httor' 1 nnd "bcsl "<-lii's.s" !n Die rifcnl iilnv tmiriiii- nii'iil. ! Various Kiiinr.H will bo plnywl ( ,u ' tlif raw tinclt in front O f ilic Knuui stand, bcglnulni: ul U oVlo:k. nnd ''""' will dies win iiuieinble ( ,i nine o'clock 'under Hie irecs", for names led l>y J. Ijiuls Clierry us rcrrcnlloual dl- .rcclor. Jlnlf 1111 hour Inter the inein- bev.s will go lo Hie ijrand stnnd for ft l>rojjrnin, 'Ilie Half Monti club will lead In »ie singing ol "Rally Song". ,f. Mel) llrooks, scerclai-y "f Hie lllv- thevme t ^r of eo.mnerc. nnd j durin, ^^^S County 1-alr ussnclalloH. be | l( , nlxl „),(„,, (J , welcome Ilic visitors nnd Ilie i Is lo tjlvi: over K1XJN. will be glvon UckeU to the RJtz' or Rosy lliMUor for mallnce parties at'which Mr. nnd Airs. O. W Mc- Culclicn will bo host and hostess. I'rll I'hc Nfarly Kalul 1! 001C LAND, Mas,,. (UP) - Trii|i|H'd In u prison cell, Tred Cormier narrowly nseapeC .iiiffo- ci.Uon when the blanket on his <-Hl (fiiiftlit Hie from irllijhled dg. arotto. Hi- wiis rnicurd by police nnd llromen after two boys oul- nniv<l Jtls fronts, A lease for 20,881 years Is held on n f.-^r'ii in the old parish of KlikWll scollnnd, nnd li without pnrnllc 1 . A. If. WclenJiamp & Co. Mfmplit» Tent & Awninr Co. Cull 187, 7fi8 or 330-W for Fret Estimates. UlytJievJIle, Arlc. is to be- Kivcn bv Jnmcs McOhce of Pony nnd Eljlil. president, of the county 4-11 council. The uaynUm group will lend a chorus "Dreaming Song" with four from i-ach clnl) inklii s part. lead Annorcl club nifmbcrs "I'lowlni; Soiijj" In Lunch will be served at the picnic (jrounds in n o'clock.' llnlf nn liour Inter, there will bo u p ony race, with n SI prize and n bicycle ince, with n similar iiminl offered before horse nidus, of wbt-h o G' .Smith Is In cluirne. ' ' contest is to be held at Holland Tlmrsday nnd Friday of this week. Those who placed In the different events were: Roy .Scott Utley, in boys oration, Alice Watkins, in girls serious readings, Dixie Gene Myers, in piano, Katie Mae Binglinm, girls solo. James Viar boys solo. Dixie Gene Myers, humorous readings. The official Judge was Miss M. E. Hood, of Blythevtlle. ' •-.--, , '-•Mrsv J. N. Smith of New Or leans' •— - _____ -~ 3, -i. ' Woman Doctor to Keep Old Family Tradition PHILADELPHIA (UP) _ when Dr. Ida B. S. Scndder. a graduate of the woman's Medical College of Pennsylvanln, completes her radl- I ology studies in London nnd sails for India, she will become the fourth generation in her family that 1ms done medical missionary work' hi that country. i Dr. John Scutlder was (he first medical missionary to be sent lo' India from the United stales. His son nnd grandsons studied medicine here and followed in h| s footsteps. • Or. Ida Scudder will go lo Union Missionary. Medical College iH Vellore, Madras, India, which was founded by an mint, nlso n ph,- sician. : . MAY Klllini flnrhrr Oniiilfr~ll,l).(;,, MOONLIGHT EXCURSION First o/ llm Si-muni Ly. Sin Soucl Landing.. 9-00 urn t<1a Mi:,: lli,l,.,f l]\ ,„,. /.,/.,„ f),,,^ anil rnlii in mi (/in a fnail l Sir. (.'ri to tlifi muila fit PICIION'S "Pepper-Uppers" i Nevilly n<« IJIH! PATS WALLER'S DOUBLE tl N,r O,l,,n, Sinter, rii.s n.j.r mi K»Ur l.n.'.rKIr.i,- wjli ]«t< at i[p »nd Hfj KIRBY DRUG STORES If there ncre inDabitniits on Ihe moon, the earth would appear in their sky four times as large nnd 8£~Umes ,ns bright ns the mooii?! aprors to-iiv ---- ' : -i agpro CUHRD WITHOUT SURGERY & GUAHANTKKIJ S»fe. rare ind with <e*i tfbcnnfort. AU dlKuc« «nd condKlunr of ntproo. orlflo, foot •Uuenh »na «»ln ennVcr* ir<«tni tat cured at oar clinic. :. DRS. 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