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SATURDAY, HAY i, was BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS IBTE PH2LES Senator's Daughter Honeymoons Extent To Which New Deal Was Involved Has Politicians Guessing BY HOn\KY DIJTCHKR (.'curler News Washington t'oirespoiidenl WASHINGTON, May 1.'—Senator Claude Pepper's huge victory in the Florida primaries has set politicians of all factions lo wondering whether tlie slice of Die Pepper bfii can be considered an Isolated jMnomenoii, unrelated to the pos- IWe (rends in other ureas, or 'hetlier it is a harbinger of further ictories for administration favorites In a year when Interest. In Nov- inber's result, is at least for the line being, subordinated to con- em over the fate of New Deal nntl nil-New Deal Democrats nl the iand.s of Ihe voters, The Florida primary was the 938 primary season's first elcnn- cut contest between pro- and nnli- dmlnlstratlon forces, but there were : few If any jwlitlclnns In Washington who had had any idea that Pepper would run ahead ol the combined vote of his four op- lonenLs. Pepper ' enthusiasts were resigned to the belief that the senator, would have'to engage In n runoff primary with whichever of his opponents drew the largest vote. The size of his majority is considered by many In connection with he fact that Congressman Lister Hill, also running as a New Dealer and a friend of wage-hour legisla- jon, previously had mopped up Ki Alabama's senatorial primary, florida find Alabama have liad the inly sentorial primaries in the South this year. Tlie unmistakable evidence that progressives can uc nominated and. elected in the stronghold of-conservative Democracy provides a large kettle of food for political thouglil and peculation. * * * Much Money in Campaign Charges have been made that a !reat wad of money was poured into the campaign to beat Pepper and that the WPA was flagrantly Mostituted in the New Deal effort to renomirmte him. If you assume that either or both charges *'ere true, you must also assume :nat the same factor or factors 1*111. carry weight in other state primary campaigns this year. Incidentally, New Dealers who were working.-, fevefishly behind • the' scenes for:..Pepper complained^ that they had little or no help"[ram National Chairman Jim Parley who had been counted on to dis- si>ade former Governor Davt jSiollz from entering the primary tl had failed lo do so. * * * No Wage-Hour Significance The Pepper victory was by no means part of a far-Hung endorsement of wage-hour legislation, since congressmen in Alabama ami Indiana won renomination generally, regardless of their positions on that issue or any other. This failure of Democratic voters to out any of the "ins" irrespective of the degree of support they have given various administration measures, is a curious phenomena — previously noted in the Illinois primary results—in the face of widespread belief that Inrge masses of voters are discontented It raises doubt whether any of the conservative Democratic members whom New Dealers would like to defeat this year-^uch as George of <?Eorgia', Smith of South Carolina i?|iil Tydlngs of Maryland—can lie Wslodged from their seats. Van Niiys of tadlnna, a Democrat who helped lead the light against the Supreme Court plan has been forced lo run for re-election as an independent—a doubtful expedient in political-minded Indiana. But that's because of his troubles with the McNntt-Town- send machine rather than any effort from Washington. * * a Dakota Ijiborite Beaten Nearest thing to a New Deal defeat was failure of Congressman Fred Hlldebranrtt to beat former Governor Tom Berry for the Democratic senatorial nomination in South Dakota. Hildebrandt was backed by the John Lewis-dominated 'Labor's Non-Partisan League and could have been expected to be distinctly more New Deaiish than Berry will if he is elected. I- The happy honcymooners shown leaving -their hotel nbove arc Dr. and Mrs. Irvin T. Miller, married in a surprise ceremony at Frederick, Md. The bride: the foriner Catherine Harrison, 28-year-old daughter of Mississippi's Senalor Pat Harrison. Tlie Millers' wcd- di»t' dip will lake them to CoKon. Cnlif., Ihe bridegroom's home. Magazine Rack P u r g e Gaining Wide Support Movement's Leaders Say Hy NBA Service' A campaign against, "Filth In Prlnl," wlilch may do In Ihe magazine Held what Ihe Legion ol Decency has done in tbe inuvle field, is the iHtc.sl crusade undertaken by Ctittiulic rlmrclimen. Tlie movement Is designed to eliminate all newsslnnd mutter which "glorifies crime or ej-lm- nals, Is 'sexy 1 or features Illicit love, contains indecent or suggestive- Illustrations, or carries dls- rcpulnble advertising," Hoi yet organized on a imtloiinl .scale, tills movement, launched by local catholic churchmen, has already operated strongly in ttie magazine field In Foil Wayne, Jnd.; Providence, 11. I.; Aldany, N. Y.; Milwaukee, Wis., and Denver, Colo. In Albany ihc movemenl is called the Crusndc lo Clean Up Fillh In Print; in Fort Wuynu the work Is being done by the I/'ngiH) for Clean Heading. Uolli are under auspices of Hie iocn) Catholic diocesan clergy. In Providence, 165,000 people have signed pledges not to read publications listed as oifcnsive, mid more Ihan 300 newsstand proprietors have pledged themselves not lo Imiullc such publications. Even Ihe elation of Master Barbers' Asso the slnte was lined up, Osceola Society -— Personal Frisco Representative Here Receives Promotion G. A. Morgan, traffic representative for the Frisco railroad, who has been working out of the office of J. R. Holland, general agent, here for the past three- years, has been transferred to Pensacola, Fla. with a promotion to the position of traveling freight and passenger agent. Mr. Morgan will be succeeded by W. S. Johnston, who U at present working out of the division terminal of the Frisco lines at Cbadee, Mp. Mr. Morgan will take up Ills new duties on May 7. F. T. A. Installs Officers Mrs. D. S. Lnney was Installed as P. T. A. president for the term 1938-39 nl the last meeting of the year held Wednesday afternoon at the high school building. Others installed by Mrs. A. E. Thome to serve with Mrs. Laney were: Mrs. R. V. Madden, vice-president; Superintendent L. O. Dawson, second vice-president; Mrs. John Douglas, secretary; Mrs. H. M. Rlieubush treasurer; Mrs. J. S. McCants, historian; Mrs. W. W. Preivitt, retiring president becomes chairman ot the membership eominiuet\ Tiie fourth and twelfth grades won the attendance awards. The twelfth grade was also presented the loving cup given lo tlie grade having the largest percent of mothers enrolled as members. of the year's summary of work as given by Mrs. Douglas were one thousand free lunches i provided' for undernourished chil- (li'<n; at a cost of seven and one half cents per child; cash donation 01 $102 to the school library; $25 given to Hie county library; glasses p/ovided for one child; sponsoring liie Girl Scouts; and one of the largest enrollments in the slate, with 370 paid up memberships. Standing committees announced by Mrs. Laney for next year are: Project: Mrs. A. F. Barham, Mrs. R. M. Fletcher. Mrs. C. L. Moore; Finance: Mrs. C: B. Driver, Mrs. James Carlwriglil, Mrs. Davidson; Publicity: Mrs. A. E. Thorne; Publications: Mrs. Gilbert Gough; Membership: Mrs. W. \V, Prcwitt; Legislation; Supt. O. Dawson; Program: Mrs, G. Kartsill Banks, Miss Catherine Harwell, Mrs. C. L. Grigsby, 13. L. Presson, E. W. Packard. Hospitality: Mrs. j. S. McCants, Mrs. E. S. Chiles; Safety: Mrs. John Douglas, B. L. Presson, Mrs. Aldcii Baker, Mis. Justus Edrington; Study course: Mrs. R, H Jones; Decorations: Mrs. C. E. Sullenger, Mrs. W. J. Driver, jr., Mrs. Gtiy Driver, Mrs. W. H. Slovnll. . * » * Honored With Birthday Luncheon Covers were laid for twelve at (he beautifully appointed three course luncheon given yesterday by Miss Virginia Florida, Mrs. W. C. Mason, Mrs. J. B. Strickland and Mrs. Thomas P. Florida in honor of Hie sixty-fifth birthday of their mother. Mrs. G. T. Florida, in the Florida home in the west end of town. Silver vases of roses from the rose gardens of Mrs. Thomas P. Florida were used throughout the house. The linen- covered dining table was centered with a large silver bowl of pink and white carnations, Tlie pink place cards were of pink and white rose design. Corsages of while carnations nnd baby's breath were presented each guest. Following luncheon, Bingo was played in wlilch Mrs. Abnei- Driver received bath powder as the -award. Mrs. W. J. Driver, jr., hostess Three tables of bridge players- were guests of Mrs. W, J. Driver, Jr.. at her country home on Tuesday afternoon. High score nward was won by Mrs. C. B. Driver, with Mrs. A. w. Bowen winning high guest prize. Linen towels were presented Miss Louise Hnle, pcpnlnr bride- elect, and Mrs. Jettie Driver, n recent bride' of the season. Attend National Convention Mrs. W. W. Prewitt, recently elected president of northeast district P. T. A.. Mrs. R. V. Madden, Mrs. ,ciiarles Sullenger and Mrs Harry Driver expect to leave next week for Salt Lake City, Utah, where they will attend the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. Following tbe convention they will drive to California for six weeks visit with friends and relatives of Mrs. Driver. Attcnil I). A. It. Meeting Mrs. John W. Edrington, Mrs. Susie Reiser, Mrs. W. E. Hunt, Mrs. C. A. Davis. Mrs. F. P. Jacobs and Mrs. C. M. Harwell went to Marion yesterday for Ihe monthly meeting of Die William Strong chapter-O. A. R. held in the club house there. Mrs, Hunt addressed the group on The Old Soiilh, while Mrs. John Edrington told of her recent trip lo the National Congress in Washington, motor trip to riew York, thence by boat to Charleston, S. C.. nnd her visit to the famous Middleton Gnvdcns near that city. * • « Mrs. W. J. Driver arid grandchildren, Peggy Jane and La Lou who have spent several weeks in Washington with Iheir grandparents, returned home Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Driver, jr., met them in Memphis. Miss Aniln Cowan and Miss Mildred Armstrong of Manila, were gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mason for (he weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kubale of Danville, Ky., will be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Laney. Mrs. Kubale Is a sister of Mr. Laney. Mr. Kubale is coach at Southwestern University, Memphis, this term. George H. Deer, superintendent of city , schools, and L. H. Autry, superintendent of the Bnrdelte School returned tills week from a business trip lo Little Rock. Mrs. E. M. Deveridge of Memphis who has spent the past several 'days with her daughter, Mrs. Guy Driver and Mr. Driver, returned home today. and voted not to innkc the pro-, scribed magazines available to customers. Government Support J. Edgar Hoover, chlel of G-Men, in a letter to iBishop John R Noll of Fort Wayne, local leader of the drive, gave notlvc that he had assigned the local FBI agent lo con- snll the bishop and get any Information he might have concerning violations of federal law. "I heartily disapprove of obscene and lewd literature being circulated among Hie youth of this country," said Hoover In a .letter. •Bishop Noll really started the movement back in November of lust year at Fort Wayne. Tne Deanery Council of Catholic Women decided to clean up Soutli Bend's magazine racks when it found that most of the more objectionable material was being sold on stands near school Will Break Ground Monday For Harry W. Halites' ;Rcsulcnce Work win tji-gii, Monday on Ihe modern O:)|)<! f.'od collage ivhloh Mr. and Mrs. Hurry W. Halm's are (o erect on their «g r on t lot nl 1IUI ChlekuMi\\b;i avenue, which they p-urchnsi'd liom Mrs. J, Cl. Bud- bury. Tlie house Is lo be constructed of iisljfstos shingles, In an oyster white color, with a. roof of black asbestos .shingles nnd the shullers nnd from door will bo pnloled Florida blue. The front entrance will be hi keeping with tin! early American design and then; will i'xt n bay window on Ihe west side ami a screened .sun porch on Ihc eiisl. Entrance lo the house will be Inlo the 1:1 by 30 loot combination living nnd dining room, wlilch will be adjoined on the west by the kitchen. A feature of the living- room will be lloor length windows nnd bookshelves, dunked with a <loor on each side wlilch will lead to the sun porch. Modern built-in features will In; Included In the kitchen with n Ijny .window on one side for n breiikfii.sl nook. A hull will connect Ihe two south bod- rooms nu;l bath room, with oilier rooms in (he house. The master bedroom will have two single closets and there Is a linen closet In the bath room and iiiiptlier In llu> guest room. ' • A stairway . opening Into the kitchen will lead to n large combination bedroom nnd play room on the second lloor. which Is In be finished in knotty pine and which will Imvc windows on ail four sides There will also lie n wash, room for this room mid n closet, : fn tiddi- tlon to storage space. Tlie ultli: Is lo be Insulated. The garage, which Is connected to (he house on the south, nlso opens into (tic kitchen, nnd will be tlie home of the oil burning healing pi nut. The downstairs will have plnsU'rrd find papered walls and oak floors nnd the weathers-tripped windows lire lo be of the new ly|ii>, wllhoul cords. •• Reiser News Mrs. V. W, WotHls, sister of Mrs. J. H, Walls, of New Albany, Miss., Is spending Hie week with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 11. Willis. Mrs. Floy Kellm'r, led Tuesday nioi'iihig fur Koit Ruillh, Ark., whore .sin; will make her home., Mrs. 1, M. (iri'slmm of Wilson will Inkt! her (HviltleAi In Hit oflltv ol Dr. J, T. Polk. The .second study period In Urn study, "Rfuiilldlnij Uunil Amin-Ion" wus held at Ihe \\o\\\f. of Mrs. W, M. Taylor Motidny afternoon. Mrs. John Sulllvnn imvi 1 the llr.st chapters in llu> hook, "lly (hi! Waters ol lliMlii'sdu." Mrs. Tiiylor «av« liii! 5(!cond nnd IhhU clmplcrs ln"llimil Amcrloi." Tiio sludy will be continued lliroui'.h iwo mum sillily periods. An all ilny ijviwiii'Mnil mci'llni; wtii, hold in (ho Hnpiist' church Momliiy wllli ivjiri'.sriilullvim from lli« nol(!hborlni; chinches present, i! ini'i'lliiB which Is now In pro- urcss will cunlljiun lhrnii|{li .Sunday. Tlio I'. T. A. hold Us-lost mcet- liil! ot the your In tliu Home EC- onomk-s Imlldlni; Wednesday urtcr- iiuon wllh n lurKfl crowd present. Mrs. W. C. Walls aclwl as diulr- nniii In Hie absence of the prcsl- donl. Mrs. ,1. T. Polk. Miss IMlu Kny's room won lh L > dollar Klwn lo Die- louche- having |,|u, mosl mothers present. Alter i\ short business session I ho iv\nrls were (jlvcn by (our Una went to the Aimnnl Stale moi'tlng nl Hot Sprlnns, Kol- MT liml Hie luriji'.sl representation of nny school In Mississippi C0 u u . ty nnd (he third inrgosl In thu sliile. Little. Hock mid Tnxnrkiuin Ihe only schools Imvlnu more Mrs. w. W. Wiitsmi, ji' enter- mined llic Tm-sdny brld i; c club at her home East of Krtscr with only one uni'sl present, Mrs, a. 11. um- tie. IllRh seem; was won by Mi's John Snlllviij), Varm Um-fiiu Miiels Tlie Kolser i^rm llurenn met h the school niulllorlum Manila* light In lt« monthly mccllni; wlli Charles Coloinnn, president n' chairman. The Uyess Colony rave • i Jilay Unit won first place in (he I buildings. Support from school and city officials, the Ministerial Assp- ciallon, Y. M. C. A., Parent-Teacher Associations, Ihe Druggists 1 ' Association, and oilier organizations was quickly forthcoming. Forced Buying _" Block-book ing" ! ' 'arrangements by which newsstand proprietors were forced by news agencies to take for sale whatever magazines, ine agency sent them in order' to get any at nil, were investigated, and Ihe agencies forced to allow newsstands a greater choice. With the campaign-went an effort lo stimulate the rending of higher-class material, notably, of course, church publications. 'Ihc similarity of the campaign to that of the Legion of Decency in the movie field wns readily sensed by the Wisconsin Council of Catholic Women, which sent out n letter noting (lint "a. few years ago It did not seem possible that in Hie near future there would l>e such a change in the movies, it can be (he same in the case of salacious reading, if there Is n conscientious concerted effort on tho Dart of parents particularly." This is pledge Port, Wayne, Ind., Catholics were asked to sign: Whereas a vast amount of lewd literature flows through this community Jrcm many magazine racks' nnd Whereas this literature is injurious to morals, especially among youths, nnd | Whereas even some magazines, 1 whose reading content is not in It- j self bad, are supported chiefly by the advertising of wares which np- penl lo the lewd-minded; therefore I promise to refrain from purchasing and reading such literature and even lo withhold all patronage from plA'ces where such literature is sold. ';. Demonstration Club News Notes Douglas fir, which stands, botanically, between the firs nnd spruces, and which often Is sold as pine, makes up nearly one-third of the timber stand, of the United States, HEMORRHOIDS CURED M'lTHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEED Safe and without hospital care. All other reclal diseases treated, fissure, fistula, etc. We also tre»t -fallen urclies; treat & cure skin cancer by special treatment. Because they contain more of x" 1 ? strong characteristic onion oil \iat produces tears, laic onions will, "lake you weep more than early ones. DRS. NIES & NIES 514 Main Osteopathlc Physicians • 1'hone 98 Wythevllte, Ark. Forty three members nnd seven gijcsts of the DOB wood ; Homn Demonstration club molorid to' Memphis Wednesday to Inspect, various homes ^and gardens (here. The irlp was made in eoiiliiiunllon of lliclr work begun during "Belter Homes" week. At noon, the group hud n Iwskel picnic In Overtoil park, after which they visited Ihe famous Pink Pal- ncc. former home of Clnrenee Sainiders, and later loured the / There nre no rnltlcsnnkcs outside the New World. SAVE MONEY ON Meats Groceries HIGHEST QUALITY GAMES MKT. 118 W. Main 1'hone Closing Out Our New TIRES Mansfield flrmdycnr Firestone 251 OFF All Tires Guaranteed Arian Auto Parts 128 E. Main Phone 176 1935 Plymouth Sedan $195 Good Shap« No Trailc 1931 Chevrolet Coupe $89 Runs Good Good Tires .1936 Chevrolet V 2 Ton Pick-Up $275 Clean i.-low MHragc 1935 Chevrolet..% Ton Truck $165 A Bargain 1936 G.M..C, iy 2 Ton Truck $375 Long w. B,, Stake Body. Real Buy. LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. G. M. C. TRUCKS OI.DSMOIHLES 307 E. Main Sales • & Service Phone 820 County Contest, Aboul. ninety peo- ilo were iircsent. Strawberry. nnd cn-nin WHS si'ivoil n* refreshment.'.. ' lin! will bo n bingo 1'lie next Jinty. •roposod by Urn flejienil , nil Hied in UK- olllce of the Sec- •<'liiry of Hlntc on Fbbnmry 'ilh 'nit IT PAGE THREE next' preceding such election, !( such citizen ulianges residence - following the . Inst registration, 01 who may have become of age after (lie (line for •registration, shall f bc allowed to vole.lit nny election I lhe : power lo pass n per capita lax not lo exceed one dollar for • Ihe l.ciieflt of public schools and lo .safeguard this constitutional nm- icndmcnt, but In no event shall It A MAJOniTY OP Al.li THK MKMllEllf) EI.KCT- Kn TO KACII IIOUSK AQHEK- INU T1IICIIETO: llii' 1 following Is hereby as nn nmnjidnifiit lo Ihe Constitution of (he Stnte of Ar .,. TATIVES Ihis slnte which shall "I 1011 Inen - nnd UIMUI Mng MibniKUid (he elerloi'K of Iho si ale for i|>|i«iv«l or trJcrlKm tit (lie next inul Sennlors, II n innjorlly ol Die eltcliii'.s vutlnit thereuH, nl such an t'lrctloil, udopL ,siu:h nint'lKlineni, (lie Minn- .shall Ijccume n piii'l- of " ' lUlhont rcgnrd to FCX and thnl women sliiill not lie compelled lo .serve on Juries. • Sccllon 2. Tim legislature rfinll by lixw jirovKle n Just syslein nf i CElstiritloii for nil voter. 1 ! In Oils Mule and, Hie Assessor shall l« ICx-OiricIo Rcgbtrar. Kctlltn 3. This nnittiulinenl shall not be declared lo Imve been adopted by Dm Hpeuker of lliu HOU.SI; unless n mnjurlty of all volliiff nt Ihe t-lctllnti votn lor .snini 1 , fis my Jinnd nnd fjonl . • •• i'»- v "• ir ik.iiv.tn MIy J JLIIUI IIIK Hie ttmsllliillnii of tin: Htnlc n! j |.st d,,y of April. 1038. ((i-wll: - I. Kveiy eltlv.en of'the (lulled Stales or the nttit of Twenty line years, who has resided ID the Klnte' twelve months, In Uu; County ,vlx iwmllwi, uiid tu Hie prec:lni:l, town or ward one nioiuh, next iirm'cdliiif nny election m, which they nuiy propose to vuli\ nnd wlio shall register In ih<t county, not h'.vt than six nionlhs nest imwdliiii such r-lcvllni). and iilinln In Ihe Imviisbli), prenlncl or ward not lens limn thirty days, Kend C. (1. Hull, Secretary of Slnte. r News wnn't Ad». AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY & NIGHT CALL 30 Holt Funeral Home SAVE AS MUCH AS 90c ON 10 GAL. OF HI-TEST NO NOX GASOLINE 1(10% t'cnnavlvaniii Qj|, Scaled Containers, 25e SAVEON GAS CO. •I Miles No. of State Line H. W. 01 HOLLAND, MO. Brought You From the Far Corners of the World Each day the hews columns of this paper bring- you interesting items from the far corners of the world ... the discoveries of science, the momentous moves of nations, the problems of .peasants, the processions of kings ... news from Singapore ••aijclj Scotland, news from Buenos Aires and Berlin ... news from! ships at sea, airplanes high in the heavens, and minos mile deep in earth. Likewise each day the adverti'siny columns of this paper bring you news which affects you vitally ... important ?iews about the clothes you wear and the food you eat, the home you live in and the places you visit. Local merchants have gathered countless things from the far corners of the work! for your approval... Silk from the Orient... spices from Araby... roofing from Trinidad ... precious gems from Africa .. . aiid they toll you about these things, and others from close at hand, every day in this newspaper. Their advertisements are guides to what's new and interesting. They show you how to buy wisely . .-. : how to save money ... bow to live well. ! ' ; Read the Advertisements! They're NEWS ...of Vast Importance to J/OH.

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