The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 29, 1938
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___ • FRIDAY, APRIL 29, I'm BLYTHRVFLTJi; (ARK.) COUK1KR NRWS Priming the Pump-Will It Work? Political Campaigners To Keep Schools In Primary Spotlight BV UIDCK WOltTJII.S'ttTON, .III. llJnilKl I'ress Correspuncletil) LITTLE HOCK. Ark., April 2!) • UP)—Scllools SOCHI destined lo lie a highlight of Uio foi tlicomlnu Democratic primary, according to developments aloiiK liie Arkansas I jjolllical front this week, Simultaneously a county educa- j lion |/roni> from Eastern Arkmiius! and deposed Education Comnm- j «f Miter \V. K. Philips started mine-i I ;neiHs lo initiate an. act to "lute Die schools oul of politics." These moves may have a ki-armi; on the /ubcrnniwlnl race in the primary, as two school advocates— W. S. MeNutt of lintc-svilie and ( Philips — already liuve. iiiinoiiiuui for ihi: post. A St. Francis county toaelnr> i.sajc-Ktlion passed a resolution as!ins: thr;' state hoard of education In draft n;i amendment lo the stale eoiistitiilon which would liave members of Hie hoard elective I'utlier than appointive. They re- ijnested that the elective 'board memlKTs, chosen by consjressional district, be empowered to elect the state commissioner of education, Phlpps, on the same day that the county uronp acted, reported through the press that lie already has drafted a tentative plan for initiating n conslliillonnl amend- raen for that purpose. , The plau that Phipps lias drawn up virtually is Hie Mine os Die St. Francis county association would have, and in his tentative, A lie would liave the honrd members **{ elective for six-year terms. He • would have them come up for reelection in a manner similar to the rotating plan of election United States Senators, with only two members being voted on each election. He did not specify whether the hoard membership election would be by statewide vole or by districts in his proposal. Woman Spin? Wool In Historical Museum MOOREHEAO, Minn. (UP)—Mrs. Ole Dingdahl, 73-year-old local resident, is demonstrating the age- old art of spinning in the Clay comity historical museum .here. She selects lier wool carefully and says thai black sheep, or r.t least, black-hearted sheep have the fluffiest wool that makes the best yarn, >• _••'''•,-'" v' -, ' ' Mrs. : Kingdahl knitted sweater^ mitlcns. sibckines and caps for her 12 children when they were } J. young. She began with the raw [ J'.voo! in the process, carding, spin> "ing. trashing and dyeing it herself. "I learned to card and spin when I tvns a years ol-J," she said. She was born in Norway and came to America nt the age cf l(t. The.spinning .wheel she uses today came from Norway luilf a eemmy ago. :\V»>i>l<l}' Swmlny School Lesson- g Vision With Service »V W.M. K. (ilUtOV, I). 1), \Mlnv at Ailviiiii'n ;jorosi)b.'. HIV juu us , lm di Clod's way nl ' w.nklui! as lire workings It is 01 no use to Iwiv vision for , ilnou«li miy oil,,.,- laws and ways of son In. ,mlcss «iu- rrally serves: MI j imtinv. 'I he inct Is Hun modern it Is num.! Unit a H'sMHi on lie- 1 medinil sclnuv Is pcrlonnhm on n n . s ot |, (1|U | n » Service should i Vlls( H . A \ V t()(1 , lv ' ,,,„,,. Analogous are the administration's new $4,512,- ffO.CCO recovery drive and Farmer Jones' methods of persuading his old-fashioned pump to function again alter it has lost its suction powers. Both involve using part of the small suply (of water or money* already on rmnrt, in order to obtain a greater future supply (of water or national income). Tl may be that the President himself, and his nides, arc none too positive about the ultimate success of the pump-priming method when applied to national economy. In tlie composite photograph above, they appear lo be looking with somctdint dubious eyes toward Fanner Jones und his pump. But they are convinced that the spendint'-lending program is the best now at hand, and they're going after It with might and main. Pictured with the President arc his chief assistant pump-primers. WPA Administrator Harry I,. Hopkins, under present plnns, will receive 51.500,000.000 for extension of credit to business. p\VA Administrator Harold L. Ickcs is slated to grant and loan SI,000,000.000 for new public works. U. S. Housing Administrator Nathan Straus is expanding his pro- gra mof home-bnllding loans. ' Often in conJerence with the President is SEC Chairman William O. Douglas, an expert in llsca matters who is in position to know how the pump- priming program will be reflected in the financial situation. Vision lo he suonrlai i,y u i^sou , m i.- ()l . ) lU ,,t are ,,„„,. lliS riwurliiiWe ,., low in; Vision Will, Hcrvlcr i UK,, nitrihuiul In inl.anibns In' , Ilii-ii' hits iilmiys IK-HI pirtKy j t.-rvnilhm, win, the iiddlltonid fuct of ni-i-d in tin: world (or ihOM-jihul iln-..,> modern wojidi'j-.s urn »' 1MI ' l! «'«' ^ imel WTO wllniiK; v,mk;thli- In i-trry inMaruo'where to iiit'H. n, ,,,id Him- Is nhviiy.s 1 ll«. | m -(.s mid lomlm.m-, aix- Hit. plenty i<> do lor ilnr-.o who huve tin- | MUIKV vision ol tusks. Hun Ihcy me wlllmi! ; ... ^2?as ^Kv-J-His^ union, maiin-s tvllh llu-jn, )>ul »|. ,,,,,,., ( ,,, " f , ' ,'„ ', f way.-. th,.y ,,-a.iu- lurk lo ihtt nu.lll- , , .':,„"' " . ll '' ;: " 111 ' ko n ; ls '-, lud... «,!«! mwnvs lie enforced by ! ' sl " * ' '""'-"wUiiK mlmd His ».«ds und Ills example in,-' . ' * J;, ' '«! l """ :! what ctin ... f.K'1 ills rrll«lmi was one or | 'J,," " ' l ' d " , W1! ""-«•»»"/ »> S?E:rrSSlHl=§f'SS dmnblrom « dilld. In addition to! ' """"' wllli »:'-"'™ «> hHp his (lu.nlini-ss, ho wic; aflltcti-d with .soini- itinn ol Insunlly, and Ills .siil- li-ilii'as vicre hitcn'.e mid pitfltil The lather of the yoiin-, hcaiini; of the !i\me of JPMIS and His ill-i-i|ili's, had Ijioii^hl the yotmi; j iii.ei tn itu> dl.sclplcs in the hopo, thut llu-y woultl hcul Hie buy, hul they iKji : ib!c. .Jr.-,II", i.ibufei-d llicir hi:-l: dl failh. but then 1 was a i mildiic;.;, in His ix-buki' ai il,c end of the slory wliciv lie .says Hie miracle could havi- hiii-n aieuni- i (ilfxlictl by milliluH save by piavrr. It : .s dillic-iilt in derlvi' Irom n '»«i lik.f tdls leadlines that. HIT- lure Iliiin general in nature, that, i, unless we lake a llteraHsllr view of Christ Inn heiillng. The whole mbjcci ol Chrlsllnn lienlini; Is UHC bat is. deep mid iulrlcnte urn! Unit •nmiot be discussed vvllhln the Hints ol briel coimnrnt on a lesfion. 'I hi- view linn Christliins cun lei-lonn mlniL-h'.'i ol healintj Is not without much to support it in fact, 'ml It Is eiiuully li-uo thut lla'ie Is little evidence Unit ChrlMtan nnd ijciiid will run accomplish evcrywliere and In every case forms if healing that seem possible only iy medical and surglcnl aid. A tolled 1 and surgical aid, we must und hi>m which Jesus' dlsjilnycd In Ills onriDly life, wlmt remnrkuble Ihlnx.s mlithl be accomplished til Inin^iiiK lii'iiltli tiiul reslonttlon lo millions in a suffering woi'ldl All Kjirutilultun ami nil toiitro- versy roxnrclliiK such miittcr.s PAGE THREE faith healing— ancient nnd modern -become significant in Iho light of tills grcnl solid fact. If we could turn Uic minds and Interests of all Christian.! towards this ixnIUvc possibility of accomplishment if Christian peoples and cliurclias were conserrntwl lo do all !;i Ihelr power lo .sl.renglhcn nnd, apply the healing of a modern world, we should attain the highest practical result from studying a lesson llku HEMORRHOIDS cuitKi) wi'i'iioiiT s(i,n<;K«y',fc (JIJARANTRKD Pad' und without liospllul cure.' /'I/' 'oilier j-eclnl (Uncases honied, (Issiiri!, IKtulii, i-lc. We also treat 'fallen arches; In-lit f.-. cure .shin ciincor by s|irelal troudneiit; i . • • > '• ' / .' , ! ' . ' mis. IN i us & NIKS (hli'.il'iillilc I'h.ysli lutls I'.lyllicvllle, Ark. Notice is liercby given Ibat tlie Ore.vhoiind . Line.s lias filed an ii|i- I Mention for a permit to erect a one stqry. brick, and slee.l -Ttoyal proclamation once lixed the price of goose for (he English- | man's dinner on Christmas. . ' . , . Ijuilcliiio of commercial type on fcots I 'and 2. Block 7 of the Da- 'i.s Addition to Blytheville, Aikan;as for the purpose o[ using a portion thereof as waiting room and bus depot. Pernill for (he erection of said building will be issued :'ftcr thirty days from the dale hereof unless protest, js filed as A. R. WelenUamp & Co. Agents Memphis Tent & Awning ('». Call 187, 758 or '.ttO-W for I'l-f Estlmales. Blythevllle, Ark. pravlclfd by law. Dalecl this April 13, 1038. JOK CAItNEY, City Knglneer. 13-I!>-20-22-27-29-May' '4- One hoiillh expert says there is more solid nourishment in a men of bread and cheese, with a glas, c( brer, than in the most cxpcn slve "fancy dishes," The biffer&scis in C&sfis The Difference in Re&tlts is 1 Feed STARTENA and see the Difference / W OULDN'T YOU GIVE m „«„ pcnny {oi thc h; h looking 1 unna iurlcna chick on ihc right? If cost only i that much more to raise ill ' $ And as your E'urina chicks grow older "" -/, you'll sec an even more important differ- l* eiicc—a differc..^t in profit*. On the nest ,. ( >1 5 months of age ins.cail of 7 ',i . . . more ' eggs . . . longer, steadier egg production. \ These arc the things that make Purina 1 Chick Startcna stand out from uniiiurv sorting feeds. . Conic in an«l .see ux ihe nexi time vou'rc in (own, Rr>utr*]bfr, f'firitt.i CJyick St.trfoia ft tkt lta<Hn% thick sl.iritr in the country today! \ - Baby Chix For Sale ! L. K, ASHCRAFT CO. \ :i01 E. Main SI. Keystone Field and TJn!k Garden Seeds A THRILLING, GLORIOUS, FUN-PACKED TIME * AWAITS YOU IN MEMPHIS AT THE PEABODY n^ Don't Miss the Cotton Carnival Horse Show FUimliiy. May K, 2:00 1'. M., Fairsr Fincsl lircd horses from S stales KATES: From S3.0Q per person, From S2.00 per person, double * HOTEl * EA BODY COTTON CARNIVAL HEADQUARTERS Frank R. Schutt, Vicc-Prcs. ANNOUNCING Sterling 5c to $1.00 Store - Opening Sale « SATURDAY, APRIL 30th, 8 A. M. -MANY OPENING SPI^CIALS- JN ALL DEPARTMEiN'l-S. i :K THURSDAY'S AD M)R DETA1I.S --ALSO- WAT011 FOR YOUK CIRCULAII S rrT^'^i i^ , •?"•/« CHESTERFIELD and PAUL \VHITEMAN bring you preview coast-to-coast broadcast from New York'39 World's Fair "Rhapsody in Blue"... thousands of happy climccrs ... a blaze of color . . . Rags and costumes of every nation ... Light nf) your Chesterfield and join as ht the preview of the New York 1939 World's Fair. When it's Swing time at this great opening hall it'll be Chesterfield Time all over the country. r&? ^^-WMr^'if •^^~ for more smoking pleasure everywhere Chesterfield is the right cigarette ... Copyi!«rit 1913, LtwtrrA; Mvii* TohU^

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