The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1939 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 22, 1939
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FklbAY, SfiPTEMrM 22,'1939 I Outposts Of Empire T Furnish 2,000,000 Men Materials BY MILTON ERONNKK NBA Service Start Obrresjjondcul LONDQN, Sept. fl.— If the sea ways can be kept cpcii by In iirilisli and French fleets. In France of today will be mor powerful Ihan It was In the firs world war. For open sea-ways mean fo France ample levies of fighting mei and hniple supplies of foodstuff .ind ra 1 *' material. : In nil comparisons thai are or dinarily made Miller's figure o 80,000,000 Germans is alwa'ys con trusted with the 42,000,000 people who live in France. But that is tc forget thiil the French republic has an, empire Ihmg arc mid the world jiisl as lias Great Britain In fact, it is second only to Britain's. , DYNAMIC MANDEL GETS! THINGS DONE _ For some years now the Frcnul Minister of, Colcnies has been the dynamic Jewish statesman, Georges Mnndel. This man has a record foi setting things done. Dining (lie first 'world war Mandel was {lie right haiid man of Georges Clcmenccau, when Uial great Frenchman I:oft Ihe helm a: the war-winning Premier. Latei on in his career, Mandel bccainr Minister of Posts and Tclcgraphr —a Job like that of the American postmaster general. As such, lie completely revamped .that very lioor service and made it highly efficient. Mandel had 113 sooner become Minister of Colonies than lie ben all his 'energies to riiake sure that the colonies could and would giv< ample support .1,3 the moUiei country if and wlicii she again had an hour of trial COLONIES. CAN' SUl'I'LV VITAL NEfcDS According lo recent French flg nres,. the heeds of France can br supplied b>' the colonies in the f;I- lowirig amounts: Rice, ICO per cent, cacao, 100 per ceiit; bananas, ,101 per ceiit; Indian corn, ibb jjc- cent; siigar cane..HW per cent; tcii 100 per ceiit; vegetable oils, 10' per cent; meal, 80 per cent; coffee, 40 per cent; rubber, !00 pe ceiil; nickel, 100 per ceiit; chromium, Iflp per cent; manganese 30 per Ceiit. , Figures Imve-ntt been given,l.bu< the; French" colonies •< also -'produce miich cotton which Fiance , woulH use (or the manufacture of high expUslves, nuct a great deal of wool for clothing., - - ANI? FIGHTING . MEN ARE PLENtiFUI, The colony .of Algeria especially supplies wheat, barley jiiiti sheep Tunis . supplies wheat, dates, b'af- ley, Olives, phosphates, and sheep Tlie protectorate cf Slproccb .supplies wheat, barley, phosphates aiici sheep.. It .also gives France, fiiiicli- needed .cobalt and molybdenum, winch are used In the rnanufactiire of, high-grade steel for guns ant munitions. The ether African possessions including the vast island of Mada gasbrir, supply vegetable .oils, rubber, cotton, cacao and coffee. Indo- Chin.i supplies rubber, tin, zinc and rice. fro't important is the Blip- pert the colonies can give in ihc uay of soldiers njid workers. Th£ Algerians. Tunisians, .Mbropcani and .b'iack Senegalese were aiiibiia lhc finest shock: troops the Fi-ciibii had in the lasl .ivcri'd war.. In thai conflict the French . colonies furnished a total- of }87,4:>b soldiers anci 200.000 laborers, who ciu' SLYTHEV1LLE, (AfiK.) COURIER NEWS SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Foretells irtii of Messianic King SlI.KEUNftUKL & .COMPANT Ultle nocfe - Tilie IHaff . BV WILLIAM E. GH.ROV, b. i), Ivdltor of Advance Tlie lessons for tlie last quarter br this year bring us back lo the skry of Jesus and the kingdom ol Heaven lhat He came to cstabllsl H Is miJns that this final o '••«•» •.«!•.) iii mi iiOAi/ll i of our studies In (he prophets should I set before iis . a great conception | of Ihe Messiah ami Ihe servant : f His people in the prophecy of Isahili. ' A generation ago critics were deeply In controversy over whether these prophecies . referred specifically lo Jesus of Nafcarcth and were the foretelling of His c:inlrig aivd of events that were to lake place centuries later, o)- whether they were Isaiah's preachings. concerning Ings more definitely rela.icd lo his own lime. Tlie most extreme critics Uo'k this latter view, but the, general teiuleiicy amohfe thoiightfu' scholars today is to .regard lhc tfc'ssitmli: prophecies of Isaiah aiitf of other prophets as having b'th hesc aspect?. As we read these prophecies in he light of the story of Jesus b' Jazarctli and see how essential)its coining niid all that he said ani did fits In with what,the prrphets 'oretold, It seeihs inevitable lhal V.B should regard these prophecies is related to Him'. it seems doubtful that tiie jiro- phets hundreds, of years before hould have discerned Ihis with •xactness It seems rathei (hnt nil Ihe) wn \sas u lc s ; s i „ of he Messiah that jc^us fulfill-"! nd it, is a marvelous, conception i kingdom of righteousness Jus ice ind truth coming miong men hiough a Messiah uha v,as to be lieu SiMor ind then leidei * + * Tie piophcclcs rime ul the ccpei and greatei meaning for us hen in -uldition lo seeing them s rehtcd to Jews Ke e p back lii he age of (he pr phet himself and atch something of what the irntch ess Msion meant for hmi m rcla- on to the emironment in which f lived Tliis Messianic vision is he greatest contrlbutUri of the ews^to. history. The Christian believed that it lias •s great fulfillriieiit iii Jcsiis of 'rizareth. The Jew v stilt looks tor ic coming of tlie Messiah Perhaps.bolii Jew and Christian re learning with greater, realism iat It is this vis!:h and hope.that ccps life.and libetty .alive.. If It were not for (ills, tlie .world ivoiiid lapje. even, more deeply Into barbarism snd, evjl. We .believe ,tlml Jesus has come ns the Mc.v>lnh, establishing his kingdom, nnd no apply to Him nil these uroat names thut Isaiah ap- Slled to Ihe Messiah—W:mlcrfui, Counsellor, Mighty pod, Everlustin- t-Tathcr, Prince of Peace. H Is necessary to remember nlso lhat.if .the Messiah lias come His kitiBdom is not fully established. He Himself ktd us to pray to the Father, "Thy kingdom come, (hey will be doiie, .on carlli as It Is In Heaven." H l,s onlr ns we live In the spirit of,ihnl prayer and seek to fulfill it In our daily lives lhat we live in the reality of his great Messianic vision. Only llnis d? \\c share lhc fellowship of the prophets still the saints whose, glory was that they lived ai)d suffered for It. In these days when so much ra da! and religions connicl Is rife ii the wcrld Jew and Christian, how ever (hey may differ concerning the fulfillment. of the prophecy must Iliia co'iiimon ground . In llv Inp foi- the glory of it and in seek Ing to establish (lie Messianic king dcin, which is the kingdom of love and righteousness and truth. Contingdlt.Of Students Arid Teachers Leaves Osceola Safe Left Unlocked; Robbers Get 14 Cents GIOUCESTER N J (UP) — When robncis broke into the sife it (he sen Ice station opeiated b\ Clniles C Tostci Ihej rounl the dopi open and 14 cents Inside I stei who snlrt the safe is lofa- ncct sc\ciit lime? i jeai Insisted , that he left the dooi open Inten Itonall) so thnt the binglais worK would hot be messj \Vp lake most of the nioiics home c\en nltiil leasing the safe door open so Ihcv c>m tct in eis IK rostei explained rcnches, laid railway tracks rind crformed a.let of other necessary :ir work. .It is .estimated that in nc present war. these same "loiiles able to fn'nilsii 000,000 soldiers 'and 500boo '' ''' ' Aluminum his bccu spitn and woven into labile as toft ind fine its Eilk. .,_. A . ^..EXPERT,. .,. , . ELECTRie WIRING Fti. LINE OF ELECTRiC FIXtlJRES JEiectric kariBek and Wattr iiealeri , ELECfRiC SHOP lib Sp. ZnA Plioiie 3l8 Ohli}, Sat; aiitt Sum Sept; fbh -•••'.•'-. -' ,'' e:1 '•t'tJeiiriiiihic iiHei- IbE Sah'tlay. f«ij- one ijuhrt of "2.6'(ip rriilc ,• . , d^™,.. Giianiritml" JIARCti i'ESfsf Oli, wiin l^J"?!!'^!:,^!!^^^ 'M ^ haiiohs of fth'soiini-; ArliShsas Mplprjsl.s &> j ..!5..hALi;0'N'& Centime itui-ncant *S!:*ifWW-stfmixn*f*f.*i*i.i 8 -...Sujipr Trenail in SOoct-iiic T;,VX .Super "7'r , U«(jular iiallons AI-I- TAX I'AII) White GAS Gallon lOc all Tax Paid •^JBESHMHHHHHHi^^fl^^^^^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^M^^^BH Safety KEROSENE gallon 6c (In : »(J Giillfiri \jj\ii 5 Gallons 40c New Hcavy-biiiy 5, bafeji lieroscrib C<ifi and Kerb: scnc All for 75c. . .(A regular $1.^5 io 81.50 Vrtlue). Tank tar to Ydtir Vfo *'• Always Less'' St. Stcc ie f MO. OSCEOLA, Aik:, ScW, 19,^-TllC Inst contingent of a $|-6iip df tlilr- ty-thi-ee Okeolfl . boy 5 hiid gli-y Iravlns to enter college* aiiii uni- TCrsltlfrs scnjterejt fvcjrt (ho .QJtsit Lukes ^o.llio Gulf ftnd frbni Mnfy- miid to Ciillfomlii ibft Oils iveek; fo.ui; bllici-i jeft for leiichliig -1)051- Uotis. in rtfkniisns nnil Tei)'riesscc; [mother to (ukc K iiosltlbii us iiiedl- cnl .technlelnii lii LoiiliiliVm! ; i'hllc seven oul-o'f-toivii stwleiils iiiflTCd licie to enter the Dimcty Scerclnrlal achool. ' ' . r the first iiine In sSvcrnl .wars, (lie miiJorUy will rcmiith In Arfemisiis schools will) Leo Scln-'clcfc Julian Pnlrlcy, Donim rini) Driver, Winlnin Bfii-cl.,K(|j'lnet<)n, Monroe Maxwell iiiid .Hnri-y UiiiinviVut en- lerlliE (lie rjnlvc(-sl(y of Alktms'ixs; Joyce Cox iind Wliifred ^VrtU'oii to rkhiisns .Sliilc 1'ciicliws College; oii, Ellen. Stetjlifejis i-'etiiriilhg to ikniisn.-i state College, Jciirtbpro; and Pnt Mtviclcy, J. T. RUbctes, Ambrose Teafonl hiid Mnrenrbt Burton cnlprlni; Oiiiichlta College Arkndolrihln. Elliol Brlckcy rcUli'iis lo University of Tcniioiiscc. Kiiosi-lllc, «s rt scnloc. Wllltrim Biink.s lo ilic'Unl- verijHy cif Mtssoiii'i ns i t jiiiilbr sjieclfiltiiing hi po'mic'iU sficiit'n liiiii Inhgiisges lii iiicjiarfitloiJ for toii- sulnr service, Prail Cnrtwrlgiil Rtcs lo (he Unlvcrsltv of IiitHftiiiij a.s n fieshmnn John Mitcliell enleii LoUlslnna Stale Unl\ei<,lt\ « s a juiiioi in Poresln \ln<lelln c Fllcti Edihigton retuins lo UnUeisIl\ ol Onliroinlti tos Angblc'- foi hci •second \eni ^lille Biibiin Bunks entelh lew. Slnle College foi Women at tScn- 011 Tex foi hei fust \eni Eldon Pnlr)e\ (,011101 pic medical Indent In Plitllliw Tjni (ers |t u Elli( | Skin «l!l be Bimhiated )n Decem iei mid cntei the Unheull' of Tcnncbscc Mcdlcnl Sclinol In Jnn >'. Virfehiln croiiier begins hot---Jim nnd final year at, willlnm VJ ood College. ( a Junior college hi f'ullon. Mo. Charles br'ecii, one cf «ie live honor-,student* from Osccola high se hoo| lust (crni has onlemt Misslssinpi state College, com ' ll °' '°' " l"'' ! - | » c dlc!il o»« those c-atci-liiK stioctn.1 ili 0 ,m ' Mtllcoll » Tnylov, n Junloi- l|i Mil .nun's college ot Oslcopnlhy, kli-v«.ii| c> Mo llul)y Jo | l)lson w , w -;••-••• " St. Louis ncmily School Rst week; nnd Ethel Jones, who Clt Monday for' llousloh, Texas, to cntoi- 'i-csus uoDii,) college for J luiir-ycm- course In dentistry. Miss Jones hn<l two years pro- denial work at nnyior Unlvcrslly, Waco. Texas, ~ono year kx inctticn) leclnilcinu ul Jcilerson Duvls hojj- )>l(al, Houston, and Die piist summer hi the University of Houston, sue will lie iisslsiont lublniclov In Bacteriology in, |ij c deiitiil seliobl pr, Miiiioy Harwell, who rahplot- cd a ywu- of internship at Meth- Ine Kraduale ijtucly nt Tulniic University, NCVV Orleans. Among (ho sc („ | )r e|)ni'(itor v schools arc 13o>'d White at. Dnvilng- lon School, Home, On.; f!nv Mhd- dch. Gulf coftst, Mililary Academy, OlilflKtrt, Miris,; Cal-olyh Cwalincv in ward-Ueliiicnl, Nrishvlllc, Tenh' h»(l Joe Shlppcn hi ih 0 united Stales Nnial Picpuatoi) School, bojs me nliq li; Annapolis rn.d Jacoli'i md j, m ^ nude, Mnliii lompklns of Osccola wllh hci cousin Mm Inn rompklns of Bui-tctti are bcth In Juchoii Collete Mirlon Ala loin Ostcola \oimg proplt hi\\h' accepted positions In olhp, uhools:' 1 tinlh Mason who Is bcelnnhiR her seioml \eii us i inemtact of liic fiiculh in Aicou icmi., M, US Al- ice Sloplions, ivlso In her tucond yenr vvilh Mississippi comity High Scliocl; Dliulscy utinr, 1030 grucl- UKte of lieiidrlx ColIe G e, who is to tench science ul El povado high school; mid j 0 ) ln Kelser, wlio Innsht In Av.lec, New Mexico, the imst term, returns to Kclscr Con- solldnleil §chool us Blind Jnslruclor iinrt pilvale leather of bnnd Instru- ihcnts. Ann Semmes liarhters vccently ftccciited u prsitibn as icc-hntctnn With St. Luiimhy's Clinic, Opeloil- shs. Ln. , The (ollo\vlii B' s(»- <lculs Imve iinlvwt lb cnlei- Ihc Hiiiuly Secretiitlui ^^ tn i )lliS city; irnm SiLniiicr, Slrong. Ark.; Ellse Proctor. Wynnu; Icky PJotch- er. Minted Tree; K^licrlne Dowen, H.lytlicvlltu; I/its j e , m am .,, \ v( ,. ton: Mnrjorlo Kikes, Coliunljiis. Miss.; nii.l c:eeili, t Tlpcon, Kljiley, Trash Scaven^r Return* $1,000 in Silverware - (UP)—Thcie I at least one honcit mnn in Phlla- dclphiii. Mrs, Vliginin j^telg (hopped $1,000 worth of Mlvcinnre Into i trash ban el ouUldo !icr Nortl Bronil street lioiiic. A scavenge] picked \ni lh c itl- vcrwnro and kept II unlh lie rend "bout the loss In n newspaper, then he ictiiiiied It lo Mit Lessig nml received n icwnul Iteud Courier News Wiinl Ads, l>ii'iiillli-y at x r iv iiclj-hl CINCJNA'l-TI. 0. (UP)-A Hiiiiitltt who hew up noi wn j^,^ t |<,j ilnl , i( . ed $15 bill i. 0 «'c only liiui $la niid ii wilfil watch worth $7.51), So liic bnntlll rovccxl Lowe lo walk Iwo blccks jo His li'omo nnd bolrow hn- id' 50 conts /rbin his voom- nmlc while he wnltctl In the vcsll- inile. Sonic sjicclrji of vvmssc llsh He lint on ihtli- sides nt nfuhl and sleep. ' NU-WA Laundry-Ciedners Phone 180 Por f'rnmpl tniinriri »nd Clctiriinjf Service TERMINIX TERMINATES TERMITES BRUCE-MEMPHIS ' PAGE FIV* — • —_ Karly Callm Ack Thne • PHILADELPHIA (OP)-Aniljz- «8 the 140,000 call*, for cortt?t' lime handled during a ftonth'by Its robot telephone operator, lire i nnd Title Bank and Trust Company dlscovoicd that while calls at Other hours varied greatly, exactly [he persons colled, each morning between 4 and 5AM. ALFALFA SEED FOR SALE WD h.tie on hind a supply Of Ne« Crop alfilfa seed for safe. V. S. Verified and ap- pVoUrt for A.A.A. pajment In North Onlral District, L. R. Matthews Gin Co Plion* Jl-F-2 Yirbr'o Post Office, DljthcilUf, Ark. Wan to Attend tli'e 1939 AMERICAN LEGION FAIR AT CAlto'hlHRKVHJ.K, OCT. I-S 'Attractions Include HORSE RACING jiediil IJM)),v Haces Oil Snlmdjiy A Stmdily Big; .Free Attractions In Frortt of New Concrete Grandstand SOL'S LIBERTY SHOWS ON riik MIDWAY 1 MAGNIFICENT STYLING — new grice, hi\un,.inj ilKtlnttion 2 BIGGER CAR ihfou^h- oiit—»idcr iciti' 3 INCREASED VISION through lirgu windows •rad windshield 4 THE LUXURY RIDE- i imlcmt vKiuoutb Mill con\incC)oii _ 5 SUPtRFINISH ot all T!- til online p irts 6. NEW SEALED BEAM HEADLAMPS-50-65% hrightirroad light 7 STEErtiNO POST GEAR SHIFT STANDARD-on nil moddb— it no c\tra cost CAR WITH THE LUXURY RIDE! I - . . T. ," "" ""." *- . «••/*- Ul IIIIUKV I1U>Y 1 J'l\} PlS'mbutli..;tl]c-biggfcst car; biggwt . valve in low-priced car liisruVy! ..°^ Kt ~ c " £ - > ^' luxury eve. rywlicrc —cxira room... iniproved vision... rich Appoint- ' mciit.5. "J'hcre'si'fcycij n luxiirions feel to 5'rjriiiblitd'S big flowing Prffvcrengine. . It all adds up «>,(»/> catpiilaifor I9W f , Co sec tliis great: Plymouth' loila'y! ' STEERING POST GEAR S^IFT 50-65% MORE ROAD LlGHr increased Vision... Bigger Interiors... Luxury Ride! I r's run autojiiobilciicwsof 1910— I'lyiiKiutli's great iianry Rtiit! Pljiiioiitli's whcflbasc is Icngtlicncd toll? \nrhti rtnlcr ofgnvity low- crcil—new fr.imc—ncw springing— a « hole now ride formula! In c\crj \snj, tins ]9|() Plymouth is t IK gr.rt^jtfn/(fc\(.r offered at lo\v price. Don't miss the Luxury Ride! ALL THESE FEATURES" AND U)W PRICE, TOO! Easy to Buy \otirrrcsnuor Plymouth's Steering Rosl ( ihut-wlthiicy,- Iraos'rplssloniirid clutch—makes ati If tin j'a luibry. NewScalcd Beam Hcadlighls filvc 5o% to 65S. brighter road without Jocreasiiig glare, Two cubic fcot large r outb'g trcnicndouj nciv streamlined (ruiik,,,Illuminated Inside, riympUth'a hjdranlltbratses ara no\v Stipcrfinltlicd for smoother, wear-resistant operation, pro Pb-Jlouth'a loiv n of Pb-Jlou ilcUvcrc the. bolancc iti !o\v mbuthty Instalmcnb, MAJOR HOWES, 1111R5,,C. D. S. THE LOW-PRICED BEAUTY '.J .. ..-*-,•• :--f.

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