The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1934 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 23, 1934
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT RT.YTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, Sol Rosenblall, New Compliance Chief, Is Hard Hilling and Alert KV KODXCY IIUTCIICII v WASHINGTON.-Sink or swim, ' v ,Jive or die, sni-vive or perish—the '•NRA viM march once more against ' the chisr-lcrs and prove for the first (Imp whether its codes can be enforced. Employers violating code labor provisions — minimum wages and maximum hours — will learn that the Blue Eagle is fur from a dead <mcfc. They're first on (lie list as the pulmotor sqnrttl Known as the National Industrial Recovery Board embarks on the most vital NHA move since the recovery outfit slid Into demoralization' last spring. You're not to blnmc if yon thought NRA was deed and the NIRB was acting ns so many pallbearers. It may !je deader than the NIRB members think. But it couldn't possibly lie as dead as you'd infer from th? press conferences of Chairman Clay Williams, whose contributions to the rotten publicity the reorganized NRA has had have been rattier enormous. The correspondents have gathered from Williams' inept cllorls of concealment thai the whole thing had b(Y-n wrapped up in mothballs nnd tucked neatly away. 0 1 i Koscnbtalt at Itelm The. fact is thnt NrtA Is going back to its original principle that employers would gladly accept wage and hour standards if assured their competitors \vo\ilii be rernilred to live up lo the same schedules. And for the very, first ti me In the tv,o months since Iheir appointments, there's an air of suppressed excitement among NIRU mcmbars. Hardly anyone paid the slightest attention when Williams casually salt! that Administrator So! A. Rosenblatt wns to be the ne\v NRA compliance officer. But that fact, coupled with thi character of Rosenblatt., was the tip-on to this new campaign, which probably will make or break Die de-Jolisonized NflA. Rosenblatt's force and his fast, keen mind make you think of thi> old Hugh Johnson. He was the ablest administrator of thai big pick. When they asked him to take over co-ordination of enfpr'ce- tnerit, he demanded large powers. NIRB gave him those powers and he Immediately went Into action. H.OOO Kicks on File About 11.000 complaints of wage, ami hour violations are on file at' NRA. Up to now t|ie procedure of handling lias dragged them through " dozen NRA offices and bogged them so hopelessly thnt uo one can imagine how many other complaints might have been made hart anyone suspected a chance of real enforcement. NIRB nnd the hard-hitting Mr Rosenblatt hope s oon lo make settlement of these complaints a mutter of days rather than months. The most important anticipated step is a decentralization of the compliance set-up, especially of the NRA litigation division, which will have its members scattered over the country to prepare cases for u S. district attorneys. * 3. e Hcly on Public Opinion There may not be much ballyhoo about all this, but, NIRB nlvctidy has assmanc of n new and more co-operative altitude on the part of the Departments of Justice nnd Uibor and the Federal Trade Commission. O. .siwilelgh Arnold, n new assistant attorney general from San Frnnclsco, will head a new P. J. division whose sole function will be lo prosecute code violations without Interference. The underlying N1ITB theory Is lhal public opinion can again IK idled on to .support federal enforcement of MRC nnd hour provisions nnd thul the mass of employers favor code enforcement If II can be upplled ;ii nil. St. Petersburg Plans Marksmanship Contests Interesting Coup-Makes- Difficult, Slam Contract 23, ]< Solution to Previous Contract Problem (is IIY WM. E. .MCKI;NNI:V •Serrelury, American Bridge Lea Hrldge Is iisiuilly rofi'ned to on American paslime, hut I might' toy Hint It. Is becoming lhc pas-1 time of the world. Some' 15 or 20 I European countries have national i bridge organizations that like the ', American nrklgo League, arc as- j coclalccl with the fnlcrniillonal Bridge League. The American team, fielec Proves lie's Fighter Labor provisions will come first, trade practice and price provisions later. It's worth remembering that th? Miergctlt! Mr. Rosenblatt has been .he one NliA adminLstnitor who rpTovtd^nimm^wt"' 1 '^^ D " V '" - »''™"">.'' <*"•"" 'higher brocket" employes as well ^s the lowest p^Ul workers, A brilliant NSW York lawyer not ,'ct quite 3t years old, lie handled .he lough motion picture code and he famous hearings which resulted n n 30-hour week and a 10 per cent wiige Increase In the cotton gar- rani Industry., He lias been almost the only fcl- ow around NnA who ever Inspired the "chlselers" with actual dread. ST. PETERSBURG, Pla. (UP)— Criick itiiirksiix'ii from every jmrl of Hie country will gather in St. Petersburg Feb. 9 to 12 for the mM-wlntcr championship rifle nnd pistol toiirhamenl. of the Nntlmiiil lilll? ASM>r:!nlion of America. practically duplicating Mutches, those of the Camp Perry National Championship events at Snmiiisky, O., will be held here, with the National association assisting in the organlualon and nctlve munag"- mcnt of the tourney. Formerly 'known us the Southeastern Small uorc lourmmidH, the Si. Petersburg shoot now becomes imtloii-wldc In scoiw. Slow, timed, ami rapid fire reentry pistol mutches, as well ns Eitiall-boro rifle re-entries will be fired {luring lh c tlircc-diiy meet. r Jocoby, Itlclinrd T. Prey and 4 A 10 8 6 4 3 V None • A 10 3 *J81 2 *KJ72 V KJ 7 6 2 * QJ 8 6 A Kono V Q LO 8 3 471 « Q 1,0 6 3 Sonlh t * 2» I None V A 9 c 4 4 KS 5 2 4 AK9 6 * nubber—All vtil. West Norlh KHSt 1 V l^ 1)a »* I'aas 3 A Pass 1'ass « 4. p aSB Ojioniiig Icadr—^ Q Todty'd Contract Problem Here's an Interesting hand for bidding. You can deal It out to 50 Krouus of four and you'll find thu bidding different at every table. How do yi/u think .(lie hand should be bid and what Is the lust contract? * Q S ri *KQ JO 3 7 M 2 *Kf> . . : 4, None , 4 10 6 A KM 8 7 0 V 6 » 2 * J s r, j Solution in noxt Issue. f in Jumping lo three -=pades, When iSpliijokt held Ihe ace nnd nine of j obspi vnlorlcs In finding distances ipno'tometrlc study O f nlioloara °M\(\\ shown! n ve-card club suit, [clubs and the nine of diamonds, of ,slsrs from the earth. [made by various expeditions s So, Mr. Spineold led a spade from ' ' ""' k " " "" (tummy and East was helpless, If he ruffed with the five of "" h ' ral frSP °" SP " nS Trie- riaj West's opening leau was llie queen of diamonds which Mr. Splngold in the South won with the klnx. A .small heart was led nd ruffed In dummy with the deuce of clubs. A Sinn!! club was returned on which South played the king and West, showed out. Mr. SiilngoUl snw he still had a chance to mnkc the contract and went to work. He led the ace of iM-nrts and discarded a small spade li-oin (lummy. Then he played a small heart and ruffed In dummy. Now tlie ace of spades was cashed and u diamond discarded, after •.vhlch a small spade was ruffed with the four of clubs. As West's opening lead of the queen of diamonds marked him v.-itli the jnck, Mr. Spingold led i-. diamond, and finessed dummy's Ir-n. which hold. A small spade ras led and ruffed with Ihe six nf clubs, n heart played and urff- i-a wllh Ihe jaek of clubs. This left. East with the queen, ten, nnd five of clubs, while Mr. clubs. South woulii over-ruff with the nine, cash the aee of clubs, and grant a diamond laser. If East ruffed with (lie ten Soiilh would discard diamonds and hold trump. An unusual ng coup. or queen, The observatory is concerned t especially in discovering, the dls- lances of the rjinary systems of the stars from Ihe earth. °" L hy the collr S°- In the absence of Kovalenko, professor Dr. of Michael mathematics and astronomy, now on » It has been estimated that Maine potato crop wm sllow Increase of e per cent over l year's figure. . To Measure Stars' Distance From PHILADELPHIA <UP> — The Sproul Observatory at. Swnrth~ i more college is joining In co-op- ieratlon with seven other American the nine of sabbatical leave, the services of a lenacc In nr. J0 hn S. Hull, of Yale, have and Interest- |, eC |, secured by the observatory, i An cntireij new method has . ! I; ecu originated by Dr. Hall, for finding the magnitude of stars In different colors by means of a Earth Phow-elcctrlc ceil attached to a : 24-inch telescope. Some time this year Dr. John A. Miller, head of the observatory, is helping to compete a critical | [Thousands of ] Women Sa\ Ingredients of Vidu VapoRub in Convenient Candy Form VICKS COUGH DROP Has Helped! Them ' Now Located at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWAK OS, Proprietor makes of rebuilt Typewriter*, iddlne Machlrwiand Calculator. Repairing—Parti-Ribbons Howard Schcnken. It won $1500 trophy presented by Nate Spingold of New York, and will leiive shortly for the world match nt Budapest, I The Nate Spingold, bridge Is M For Phon« 117 Nfjrht—Sunday—Anytime Quick and Dependable Wrecker Service Phillips Motor Co. purely a pastime. He enjoys, the cmne and Is always on Ihe r alert lor thnl elusive slnni contract. llcreV) a hand showing his oji- «iesBl™ type of bidding and it alto demonstrates how well h» an piny the cards. Mr. Spingold's diamond bid is •nrely constructive, and with tlic diamond bid North was justified ROXY Friday $ Saturday MAT. & '' IOU1S VmsS GIRL SCOUT NIGHT TUESDAY," NOVBMHRR 27th. BOY SCOUT NIGHT WEDNESDAY, NOVKMBER 2Slh. RITZ THEATRE Tile-[lieltrre will ,1>c "GAMBLING," with OEORGK M. COHKN. This is Harrison report:—"GamhliiiK" is stiititlile for children iulnlcstcnts and Suntlays. Al- thotiKh Mr. Cohtm takes (Kc part of a gamtiler, he is shown us hclnfr lioncsl, and iliirinjr his gambliiiK iiitivilies nothinjj is shown thai would ofTcnri anyone. CLASS A ENTERTAINMENT! BORDER DIVHS I Sunday - Monday MATINF.E & N1TE— \0c-35c LAST TIME TODAY Mat. 2:30, 10-25c Nitc 6:45—10-35c LAN NY ROSS—MCK OAKIE JOK PRNNRR—LYDA ROBERT I in "COLLEGE RHYTHM" COMBDY - - MUSICAL SHORT Serial—"The Wolf Dog" With Uin Tin Tin, Ir. Cartoon Sunday - Monday : , Matinee & Night—lOc - 25c lode Authority challenged Hart Schaffner & Marx to prove it T HE above statement appeared in c one of the advertisements over the signature of the store which distributes Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes in B , a large eastern city The local Retail Code Authority promptly ordered the store to submit 'proof that clothes made of adulterated- fabrics were being sold as'all wool, or print a retraction Hart Schaffner & Marx sent an expert to get the proof. He took a witness along to verify his statements, and bought suits in six stores in the city of B ' SATURDAY ONLY SCREEN— Latest I'ai amount News Comedy— "Smoked Hams" With Daphne ('ollard and MATINEE and NIGHT 10c - 25c OH the Stage in Person VAUDEVILLE BRACKEN'S MUSICAL SHOW CLEAN! Cl.EVKR! 1 CLASSY! COMICAL! An Up-To-Thc-Minuto Sta«c Attraction! Krnm All Others! Daphne 'ollard Shemp Howard With here's what he found: ^ 1 vJK.tL A. Suits in window tagged as 100% wool. Represented by salesman as all wool. Tested 21% cotton by weight u 1 vJKiii D Suit in window tagged as all wool. Salesman represented it as all wool and warned against cheap substitutes. Tested 25% cotton by weight ^ 1 DKlL Cj Suit represented by salesman to be all wool. Tested 26% cotton by weight ^ A UKlL J_) Suit represented by sales• man to be ail wool. Tested 44% cotton by weight O 1 L/K.1L Hi Suit represented by proprietor as all wool worsted. Tested 51% cotton by weight STORE . F Suit represented by proprietor as all wool worsted. Tested 81% cotton by weight , ' we repeat— The markets ARE full of clothes made of adulterated fabrics Clothes made of adulterated fabrics frequently ARE represented as all wool No adulterated fabrics are used in Han Schaffner & Marx clothes' One way to be sure you are getting all- wool fabrics is to come to this store, which sells Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes, and look JOT the Trumpeter label All Wool NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO.

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