The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 5, 1936 · Page 9
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November 5, 1936

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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TIIURSD..', ^ r , NOVEMBER 5, 193(5 People Taking New Attitude Toward Government Says White EMPORfA, Kim.—William Allen White, friend of Ciov. • Laudon, said In an editorial in his Emporla Gazette Wednesday: "»t was not a Roosevelt victory and not a Landon defeat, but it. was a revelation rof a changed attitude toward government. "The current of the new attitude now is rushing on with more fury than direction—perhaps. the part of the American people point the ray forun'ew cou ,e Amerlcan life slrong coercive arbitrator between those who have and those who have not." U'i Jersey; i Mas- New Congress to Have Five Feminine Members WASHINGTON^T-hc house of representatives will include five women: There were six at the la." session. Those re-elected arc Mr Edith Nourse Roger's .. . „,„.,. saclnuelLs; Caroline O'Day (Dem) New York, and Virginia E Jenck"< (Dsin.), Indlaiin. After 12 years In the irou.se, Uie veteran Plorencc v. Kahn (Ren) California, mH defeat. Isabella Cirecnwny (Dem.), Arizona, did not seek re-election. The woman new- csmsr is Mrs. Nan Wood Honcy- innn mem.), Oregon. Mrs. Honeyman Is the first woman Oregon has elected to Congress She is t.ie mother of ih:»c ehi 1 - dren. Two Republicans Win Seats in MLYTf{(mU.h! (ARK.) COUKMOIt NKWh From Edward to Wallis Ancient Shoreline RevealeJ SANTA CLARA, Cal. (UP)—The peripatetic qualities of the Pacific Ocean have again been verified by.Chnrles Mcncloai who on a trip to Oregon found rock-embedded specimens of common California sm shells some 10? miles inland from where Ihe sea is now and some 2.500 feet above its present MAIiSf FALL, Ark. — Republicans elected two stale representatives in Tuesday's general election. Orvlllc J. MclntiiiTf won the Searcy comity seat In the Arkansas house over L. E. Exinu, Democrat, by. a vote of 1,108 to 102. Attorney A. R. Arb,ii;gli wn s elected representative in adjoining Newton comity. He |x>lted 1324 votes against 533 for .J. R. Neal Democrat, In 28 of 28 precincts. Both counties normally are Republican. Searcy county elected a full slate of Republicans to county offices. Republicans were leading In all Newton county races except for county clerk in which Guy Moore. Democrat, had a lead over his opponent. Custer Ham. j Republican candidates were lead- Ing in Searcy County for president, United States senator and ' '*& * come lead, n s It gave dishing Im- niedlnle entry to dummy for the needed club Hiics.se, However, niter, n little study, lie refused to win It, ns It established u llnesslnij PAGE NINE Twenty-five dollars worth of roses every day Is the ! romantic- j reminder of their friendship sent by King Edward VIII to Mrs. Wallis Simpson, his American friend. A clerk is shown-, preparing Mrs. Simpson's daily Ixniriiicl at the London florist shop where,!for more than a year, Hie standing order has been 'filled. ' Contrary lo common opinion night air is not harm fill. Makes Contract by Refusing to Step Into Opponent's Ti-ap On Display Saturday, Nov. 7th tlic completely now 1937 CHEVROLET Immediate Deliveries Available TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. ^^ By W»*L K. JIcKENNEV Secretary, American Hridge l*a|ue i '1'liere are few bridge players, i holding the king-queen and a -small card of a suit, who would not piny either the king or queen fourth ; hand, if the ace had not, apifcarcd _ on .the trick; but these-ehoscti few j will be well represented at, the I forthcoinlilg tenth annual national.. tournament of the American Bridge. League the week of Nov. 30,-In . which . four recognized . national ••! .bridge championships will be nt ' stake. . . ' : The fac.t that 'jack Cushing. of New York, made just that -play. however, enabled him and Dr. B. ! H. Ecker, Jr., his partner, la win i I the eastern Pennsylvania pair] championship, recently. .. j East won the .opening lead of the AKJSt VKQ4 « G S '] * 105 3 jack of diamonds with the-ace. Gushing, who sat South,: .could' iiow f ui ii .i" ..ii-u nJVIwvii,,_yuiUU IIU» count: as sure, three or fourisjiadcs, one hcrift; twq"dla"riioi75s£Bifrt"n'h'-' . • .* A Q V 9 8 3 ' ' » K Q 9 * A K J 98 Duplicate—None vul. : South West North East ,d Pass 1 * Pass • 2N.T. I'ass riN.T. Pass, Opening lead—* J. '•'• '5 undetermined : number of-, club : Wcks. ; v;: v ;. /East returned life, jack .of/hearts, aha at. first lli' ^^ ... , . .i ! , , . We Apologize- For sevei-al days ; W e were unable to supply many of our custom- ! crs with the kind of stoves they wanted but we have just receiv- : ed another : ' CAR LOAD OF STOVES Of All Kinds To Meet Your Needs STOVES Large Ones-Medium Size Ones-Small Ones COAL, WOOD, OIL STOVES From the Cheapest to the Best See Us For the Stove You Need HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. The Stove Store Todny's Contract Pro Idem North Is playing the contract at four spndcs, The drop o( the queen on the first trick shows that diamonds cannot be established. What alternative lino o( play may make the con- IraiTj ' A087Q VK8G * K 8 7 0 -i (rilliul) (Hllml) A It Q 10 V A Q -1 3 * A K J 9 0 5 4* N'ono None vul. Opener—4 3. Solution in nc-xl issue. 5 situation In thnt suit should the club 'o.iiecn \m held uy West. fnslend, Gushing playwl the four, mid'while the heart wns returned .and the suit, cleared, Wrst In I lie lend had no more lieiuls. after the club finesse wns taken, and south made three no hump. Ilixl South won the first heart- ad, he would hnvc nmde only fcvcn tricks, or two less tlmn Ills contruct. The insurance of .s:ifc*tv by refusing the nrst honrt leail linld rich dividends. found Die place crowded with tit's hoii'e anil plans 10 itbulld it the oilglnnl Mto in cilto'n - . .... nnd ubfcrvcd considerable disorder. Althoiitjh most rcslamanUi and • collnlj '- Tllc slt » Is four miles i'<ifes that cater to student, trade I fl '°"' nl 'V highway, il" not nllow dnnclng If they sell' bfor, innny slinllni- estnullshments Itwiitpd on the outskirts of town ' ]>ermlt it. HIITllKliFOHD, 'I'ehii. IUP) —' -red Eirod, n fnrmt'r, '.Iws pur-1 "«wd the logs of Uavld Creek- - 0". Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS - over Jo* ttniktv' 8U>™_ -W« MAKf 'EM SEP- Phone Md Would Prohibit Dancing in Places Selling Beer COIAIMniA, Mo.—On comiilnint tf reslilenls of Cohunbln objectlus I to conduct of patrons of cnfes and ] tnnee hallii, that sell ueer, the ;ity Council is considering ennct- HH'nl of im-nsures that will pro- iliit (ImicliiK there. i One complainant told council members Hint he visited one place utter police hnd -roused him out of bed at 2 o'clock In the mom- mi! In tell him his son wns in dlf- lltiilty. On . arrival, he said lie ELECTRIC" On Display Saturday, Nov. 7th the completely new 1937 CHEVROLET Immediate Deliveries Available TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. KITCHEN ^^ '|A ™ ™ ™ ^^^ • • • Jlev&ic&t&.'fou LBUHDRY SICK Room ETER AdJcJ lo a fine electric clcxlc ii an entirely new Mil in time mca- mcincnl, set ai easily ai n tudio. 11MH MUTCH unfailiiu-ly rails al the met minuic of ili<: .ipjioiiitcd time—from 1 lo 120 minutes. Just a! oven, control] and boiling tlicrmumclcM Like the tutss out of heat, so TIME METER takes Hie guess out of lime: Hundred! of uses in every homt. Mldt in six attractive colors. Lot i.l show you TIMIi MITTER—the Ui.-ummuly Modem nil j Appropriate Gift HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. 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