The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1937 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1937 Observer Believes Blow Worse Than Judiciary Reform Rebuke BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ttanltt (Elmta (Ennuis By RODNEY BUTCHER . WASHINGTON, Dec. 33. —The scuttling of the minimum wages-1 maximum hour bill In tile Houu> was a harder jolt to tlw New DeD: than the Senate's defeat of (lie Fiesident's Supreme Court, plan. Which means that it's the wont blow the Roosevelt administration 1 has received to date. ) This time !> (uruif.nientn! economic lane was involved find the Ncv; Deal met Its defeat in tlie Kouffi of Rcpn > sciilr,lYCs, where i traditionally the administration la! expected to have control. The defeat is all the .vrv..:e n«cause its effect U cumulative, lollowiiii the c?un r-tn debacl! us closely as It • 'OP.S. I J*< & result of Rai'tcvell' 1 ! biildi .ittemyjl to enlarge the sunremin Court, _the justices appeare'.t to lisi'e been scared !,•><•! linnciii' 1 .: Uoftu pro-New D-:il decisions nnJ one coMervati e .H'.tice resumed. Tvj present clourt appears u, have .'to silver lining v.liauver. W;isc- ho'ir Itglslatipn i>>i a keystw; In the Roosevelt program. A Disconcerting Shock The great political question ol the hour is whether Roosevelt will fight to regain the control of Congress, which a combination of conservative southern Democrat; and northern Republicans have v/resl- ed away from liiir. and, if so, whether he can win. For the time fc«''ig one can only be sure that iff. Roosevelt has received a dls- canrntlng shon''. The President will he urged by ;cme advisers un,l congressional supporters to vetj any farm legislation which Congress passes, and to insist tliaa lh?re be no more huge appropriatioai 1m fanners, until representatives of the Cot-' ton South and the grain belt have' shown themselvp.i willing to aid the poorest paid groups in Industry. I Such a course would reo.uirc' more obstinacy than the Pro.-iident has shown for a long 'time. | Had Most, to >VJn | The queerest thing about the final wage-hour debacle was s . the fact that contributory parts In U were played-% President William, Green of .the American Federation of liber, i Secretary of ta- b.orDiPrances ...Perkins iand ~'MT Roosevelt 'fiimself, who. was re- epc.nslble for. t!ie bill and had most 1 to w in or lose. The A. p. of L. lost much prestige and power through Its peculiar tactics. Few congressmen who voted for the defeated A. P. of u substitute bill were \\ll\ms to continue following William Green's orders subsequently by voting to recommit the Dili backed by the administration Nevertheless there were a. few- such men and their votes counted in the margin even though there were fewer than 10—the number of votes which, if switched, would have turned the tide. Although Secretary Perkins may not ; have, lobbied directly to nut administration of the wage-hour measure under her department one of her feminine minions was conspicuous in lining up support for and causing Chairman Mary Norton of the House Labor committee to make the proposal .'or a Labor Department administrator. The positions of certain labor leaders were falsified in ih° course of this lobbying. Members favorable to the original plan for a five-man board administration estimate that somewhere between 5 and 20 southern members deserted the bill bcause of distrust for Miss Perkins, and the reeling that a board at least would atav southern representation. Although Roosevelt took no active part in the fight, his combination of floor leadership and liaison men worked feverishly. The administration "machine" proved' both weak and unable to estimate Its strength. Roosevelt was ready to send a message to the House on the last day if advised that; there was any doubt as to the! PAGE THREE Mississippi May Lift Stress On Textbooks MBMl'lllH, 'IVun. (UP) — The Uixlbook method of. rducntlwi hi which llio student's record Is bused vnllivly on the mmilwr of pnges he can recite Is obsolete, U. n. Patterson, head of the Mississippi department ot education, lold n school conference her*. "We are Inlioduclutf swriil Important curriculum changes In Mississippi i.cliools, especially In I (Copyright. 1937. NKA Service Carrying candles in true Christmas fashion, the Dionnc quintuplets are off to bed, to dream of reindeer ond Santa's sleigh and all the marvelous gifts the Jolly Old Saint will leave on his visit to the nursery tonight. As they trudge up the stairs Annette, highest, is about to offer Yvonne oclvlcc on how to hold a candlestick. ' Cecile holds hers high and Emllle makes sW f fn i fi w, n 2 W K a , X f". hcr P a J amas . e «n though the candles arent lighted. Marie thinks It a great lark. Then Annette has a sly little Idea. She'll just sit right down and wait until Simla romes. But.she's finally persuaded to go on up to bed. Five Years Needed To Revise American Version of Holy Book NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. 21. (UP)—Revision of the American Standard Version of the Bible has '<=<?•] .unrterlalren by the American Standard Bible. Committee of the International cJ6uncir>*6[ Religious Education. When completed, in about five years, the American edition, first complied In 1901. will embody "the best results or modern scolarshlp as to the meaning of the Scriptures," and will be presented in English diction designed (or public imd private worship, at the same time preserving "those qualities which hove given to the King James Version a supreme place In English literature," according to the committee. Croup Named in 1929 The committee which will direct thp revision was appointed in 1929 and spent eight years exploring the need of further editing the American standard Edition. It was found that within the past 40 years valuable manuscript materials we're discovered which would "constitute resources for the better understanding of the New Testament." The King James version, over which a. committee of 101 American and English scholars toiled for 10!{> years on revisions of the New Testament und 14 years on the Old Testament, was published May 20, 1881c In New York alone 200,000 copies were sold on that day. The American Standard Edition, which appeared 3G years ago. contained the readings preferred by the American committee. , The committee )fnlr(ist«l with the task of re-editlug, includes two men who have published their own translations: Prof. James Moffatt of Union Theological Seminary, whose work appeared In 1923; and Prof. Edgar J. Goouspccd who was associated with other members of the committee in an American translation published in Chicago. Dean Weigle Chairman Others on the committee who will engage in the latest revision "are: "... Dean Lullier A. Welgte, Yale Divinity School, chairman; Prof. Julius A. Bewer, union Theological Seminory; th e Rev. Walter Russell Bowie, Grace Church, New York; Prof. Henry J. Cadbury, Harvard University; Prof. George Dahl, Yale; Dr. Frederick C. Grant, president of Seubury-Western Theoldg- ical Seminary; Prof. William A. Irwln, University of Chicago; ' Dr. John R. sampey president, of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Prof. Andrew Sledtl Emory University; Dean Willard U Sperry. Harvard Theological School; prof. William R. Taylor, University of Toronto; prof. Ijeroy Waterman, University of Michigan. Moffatt will have executive direction of the work. The International Council of Religious Education is composed ol more than 40 Protestant denominations co-operating In all aftalrs affecting Christian' religious education. outcome of the recommital fight. He was told the bill was safe Hence the shock. GIRLS! EARN MORE! Increase your income by learning n well paid profession . . . you can be a licensed Beautician with six months, training . . . enroll now in the Modern Beauty School Eagle School of Beauty Culture Open Jan. 1st Cooper Bidg. ) Walnut & 2nd! Blythevilte \ Meeting all Slate Requirements for Arkansas and Missouri. State Approved Low Enrollment Fee COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS Special Course for Young Men and Barbers Write for full details to LESTER FISHER GIPSON 515 Krewson Ave. Jonesboro, Ark. Promised Land 4-H Club Holds Meeting The Promised Land 4-H club met at the Promised Land school house Wednesday, with all mem" bers present. Calvin Hill, president; and Elizabeth Mitchell, secretary, were in charge of the meeting. A short program about plans for the. year's activities was held, in which all Members took part. • ••<• -.1 In a short business meeting the Di-PslcleiiL ntiDoinied the club cup- talus as follows: Edwnrd McCur- mfck, corn; Durwood O'Bannon, cotton; Theodore Wahl, ptg; L. K. Ashby, calf; Hazel Furley, cooking; Raymell Gurley, gardening and carmli^-; Maxine NJoore, sewing;Eva Ruth Brlsendlne, home »"- •prqvemeoit; -Mary Tucker Mow*, room Improvement; Rayrhell Gurley, poultry. Two new members, Edward Mc- Cormlck and Pandora Wliltworlli, .were enrolled. Re»d Cower Nrn W»nt Adi 666 COLDS and FEVER flrsl Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Headache, 30 Drops minutes. Try "Rub-My-Tlsm"-\Vorld's B«t Uniment Our Sincere Wishes . To You All For a Merry Christinas FOWLER DRUG CO. Insects, when walking or running, move tlielr legs In two sets of threes, so (hat at each step they are supported by a tripod, made of the first and third legs on one side, and the second leg on the other side. The camera has solved for man the method used by Insects li maneuvering their six legs, when walking or running.' OUR COMPLETE SERVICE * * * * * PRESTONE RADIOS HEATERS DEFROSTERS TIRE CHAINS PROTECT YOUR CAR AGAINST WINTER 2-1 Hour Service TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Ca»633 me courier News want ads. Merry Christmas We wish we could utilize our delivery force to carry many truck-loads of happiness all over town. For we want every one of our friends and customers to share the joyous holiday spirit with us. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY Phone 327 the lower grndfs," Patterson said. "Instead of merely assigning BO I'Miny piijjcs null Jelling UK? lesson go ill Unit, we nm Irying to take Komi! problem ol living ami or- our study nrutiml that. 1 ' Aa the amount of water vspcr and dust in the air d«creue«, the amount of light diffused from the surface of these particles liecretf- es anil thus darkness Increase* with elevation. For a Merry Christmas awl a Happy New Year Palace Cafe TO ALL OUR FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS Cjiace Selma BEAUTY SHOP Hubert Ufley's Service Station and Cafe 24 HOUR SERVICE Phillips "66" Gas 13k Tax ? Paid All Iradliig Hrnnds of B*fr, Liquor, Wine, Oln «nd Cordial*. Cigarettes, 2 Pkgs. 25c, $1.15 Carton Highway Gl—Holland, irfo. "Peace On Earth Good Will Toward Men" The good will of the Christmas season reminds us of your g-ood will throughout the year, for which we give you our heartfelt thanks. In this community our mission is service, and if the facilities of this company make it possible for you to enjoy a brighter, happier and more comfortable holiday season then we are sincerely glad. BLYTHEVILLE CO. "Prompt Courteous Service to Every Customer"

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