The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1936 · Page 2
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1930 BUYTKEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Sport Is Ruling Interest of George VFs Leisure Hours SiH _„„_. "" "•>"•«"-•"•*(... \i , x\ ,-V, 11 --.- Ascending the ttoone only three dnys bcfoie his 41st blrthdaj George VI. looks [he .youthful, athletic monarch his' career lias pared him to he. A proficient horseman, he Is less Interested in Uic 'Sport of Kings than in acti\e participation In competitive sporl pro WJOUEST Veteran Senator to. Watch j First Unicameral Legis-' Convene BY ROBERT KELLY 1 United Press Staff Correspondent LINCOLN, Neb. (UP) _ Sen.: George W Nonis will be a happy observer when Ihe new Nebiaska one house legislature convene'; I He puls everything he lias into nhalcvcr he "undertakes, whether It is duty or. pastime. Note Isis vicious swing at golf. He enters nholchcnrtcdh into the spoiLs \ herovcr he goes Here he rims In a weight cnirjhw rico for the entertainment of bojs at a holiday camp in Sonthwold which he endowed and \lsif; regularlj here Jin 5 Nonis will hive good leasons to be happy o\cr v, lat he consideis his greatest Vontribution to tin.' causes of honesty and efficiency I in goveirunent- Since his campaign foi a one-hmi'c k- r i«lature came to & successful conclusion m the 3934 Nebraska election 2? stales have taken his idea "under consideration.. In that many states dur- < ing the past two years according to a suivey imde by a University of Nebraska political scientist ef forts have been made either through introduction of resolutions In legislatures or by the in itiative petitions to replace the tvo house EJ stems 1 Norris on Jan 5 also will see the (.nnting of his last request from the-'voters of Nebraska who have sent him to the'-lower-house of Congress for .five'.terms' and 'to the Senate for.five terms. Norris Appeal. Won ": NOHIS told the voters four years ago that he was a weary man and. would life to retire, but that he would be everlastingly grateful )r they would adopt a non-partisan, uhic'nmeral legislature.' Over strong opposition, . his initiated measure won. - ";.';, Had he not been drafted'to run for re-election this year, he would have devoted a great part of the rest of lib life to promoting the unlcamcral Idea, he has told friends. Recently he was invited into six slates, including Ohio, Arkansas and Kentucky, for that purpose. In his own .estimation, and in the : opinion of Dr v John P. Senning, chairman of the political science department of the University of Nebraska, successful advocacy of the one-house legislature outranks any of Norris' achievements In Ihe field of government. During his early career, Norris led the fight against the dictatorial power of the speaker, of the house of representatives, at that time Joe Cannon, lie fought many years, and finally won the "lame duck" amendment lo thc Const! tutton Place in History Seen Scnnmg believes howevei tint the unlcameral movement will rank largei m tne ejes of historians I 'Here ne have an abrupt change m UieTorm of state government Samiing, pom ed .out.,.."It will be more far-reaching, in Its effect thin the lime duck amendment o~ the demise of Cannonlsm ' The. legislature, which convenes here the First Tucsdiy in January will consht of 43 members elected on a non political basis In one compact assemblj Thc old legis lature consiited or a house of 100 members and a senate of 33 tor the past few weeks leaders FISTULA Every person suuermg from 1 is tula Piles or other rectal trouble 1« nrgert to vrif The Thornton & Mlnoi Clinic Suite 1819 926 McGe St Kansas Citv Mo for their free book which explains what complications ma\ develop if these Ireacheious afflictions are ne'I°ct eel This valuable book has been prepared by a noted authority on rectal and colonic'diseases and gives full detail of • the miW Thornton & Minor • methods by which more than 46,000 patients have been treated In the past 53 >' c ? rs - -Adv. of the legislature have been groping for a set of rul\^that will'be readily applicable lo me new sjs tern. Out of this discussion has arisen Ihe conviction that the number of standing committees will be reduced drastically. Some >ludenls of the plan Imvc advocated abolition of the committee if thc'whole which they contend 's just as useless r.s I lie second housc in a legls'ia-oifc. Norris Avoids Politics Norris has refused to be drawn into these discussions. lie lias promised, • however, that he will pars up the opening of Congress i" see his child takes its first steps. • . Thiriy-two of the 43 members elected have had legislative experience and, despite a Democra- 'i= Inudslidc-iii Nebraska, only 22, members lire Democrats. This fits I I in with Norris' belief lhat paiti i ;an politics has no place in stale legislatures, Senning believes that the unl- !3meral movement will gain rapid leidway In the next, few jgais Mhing this belief on.a surve> Two tales New York'<iml New Jeiscj have commissions * authorized try the legislatures to study ,tlic.plan. MCVQ Fought".Stubbornly In . 23' other stales,. resolutions for constitutional amendments adopting the unlcameral plan .were introduced in at least one house of the legislature. • : 'These resolutions met vvith little success-'-but. Senning pointed oiit Ihis was not surprising. 'Members of Ihe' Ne- bia'ka bicamcial legislature opposed the change but they had lo accept it when the voters adopted an initiated''proposal. States ' in which untcameral amendments v\eic intioduccd In legislative sessions last ^car \veie Alabama Callfoinln Colorado, De'awaie, Indiana Iowa, Kansas Maine Minnesota Mlssaml Mon He !• an enthusiastic fiiii',"- : too,; lAt Icn'nls icing' CJcoi'8e' yt'.. ! b/ ' ' ' , , . finding ical cnjo\inent on thu.' ty./nr. Int.eiU on Ihe bull, 'iio.-'ii '.seen ptnyinji nf, tlii sldtllnes whelliei ut local, games" _iiet 'In the doubles malclie.s of:the Inwii tehiils chnin- in bcolland 01 ciuclal matches.'-! 'nlon.shlps of Ihe libyai Air Foi'co In .Loiidoit., Photography. ; ls' i^hbbb^tii,;,,.,^.. i ._,,. H ho : is; ndepi—his'^lpcVsonjil : ';ih'pyie ir lf^J nnd :cnlidId "camom :plctiires' • form s'iS? n cherished "record :oflails "triwcls^sJSl Manila Society — Personal Rebut Klllian who uns opu- ated on for appendicitis last week, Is reported dangerously • 111 and Is expected to undergo another opcr- allon today. Tlie W M S of Ihe Methodist church met Frldaj afternoon at the Communltj Cenki Mrs Chi- cuce Ashabrnnner was . the lender for (he World Outlook program | In Ihe social hour Mrs Cleve Hulton nnd Mrs Alfred Baco i served refreshments Thc next home of NORRIS 6XQUISIT6 CANDies an NORHIS Special Represenlalivc, Miss Julia E Taylor, will be In our Candy Department ' Dec. 15th, 1936 Demonstrating NORRIS Exquisite Candies, and explaining the many uses of candy ... It Is noiv the smart tiling .to serve Candy for all social functions. We cordially invite you to come In to see Miss Taylor . . . You will enjoy tasting the delicious Candies made by NORRIS. Siler-Frazier, Drugcists r.U J*t, OO _. Osccola, Ark Phone 5 . _ i school will meet at the church (Tucsdaj night for an Impoilant rolmded bj Lothilrc, grandson call meeting . '%"on Fdvvard= of Leachiille -indj.Mlis Marjorie How el I, lea- cher mcur Bljthevtll^ spent fjim- day with Mr and Mrs Wlllhlu fi» i n., nw i [i!. ' y ' h ^ oldest institution of learning i,, the Edwards '- of. Mnnlja. . , ;''.•' Hev. John liftrrlson, who hnn .been • 111 for Bcvcrnl days;' ma able lo rill , Ihe', pulpit. "Sumlfiy niornlng. , ,. .. . , . i . . Mrs Zora:'Miller, .who I's'i.lcnch- Ing In the ' cqiisoiUlalc(l. EChool in Horncrsvlllo, --Mo., spoilt (he week-end 1 iwlth; her."parents. 1 ; Mr. nnd Mrs.. J.- B ; Miller of. Manila. •'.;,' - \ '. ' ' - Joiiesboro nnd dlijd nl 5;20 ain '••'•' Siirylylng. Uru 'hls-.w-lft;, la -son, Qordoii • Polston * Jr.;'. his' parents, Mr. and Mrs.-Arthur I'olslon; llireo brothers,, noiijc, slanley hml any- lor Polslon, and 'two "sisters,;' Ruth : nnd Tlielmn Polsloni • '.'.',' i One Killed as Tru'ck : ' Hits Wagon at Caraway CARAWAY, Ark—injuries slifr feied when lie "was knocked off h \vagon by; a Blttle Trult .cojiipnuy truck near the Central high school nt.caraway.at 10:45 Saturday;night, caused Hie death SumlnyVf ab'rdon Polston, 24. . ;'-' ' : '( .-.;/ •••• ' : •'. The (ruck ."struck • Ihe v rea'f. left wheel of the wagon as Hhb.driver, atlemiitcd ip.pass, .Thp';.w(iBoii':vvns dcmollshetl.. An occupant, of'the truck said-that frost on 'the wind-' shield Impaired : vlslQii,: Apptb^l- • .mate|y 15.jwrioiis w'cro on the \vnj- ,on Polslflii. fell..ionJhli li : pad;'-.siif-' ferlng a ! coiicffislpn . of sJlftV-' br'aiii ', He was "taken'• to' thV;iioSpilal at Read .''•Courier. News' Wiuit Ads . wooil Is -, Ihe bright.spot ; pf 'ftt- Dlack .Illlla'.cluriiig'-llip'!Christmas' season. > iJccauso; of ahc •''' limy , s.lreels, . foi'dhoiigiitvin 'th'e Christmas Hrce/iUiiiitownvbcs Christina!) cheer vvllli'/lltlle" ralloii.' ''' '' EORSAtE m Vv;, in" •LencHyllle" :: , v r-'^;^ j DOING EXCKIiLKNT IJUSINESS FROftl PRINCE ALBERT SMOKING TOBACCO -i • 9 :'"'/": V ' • -. y.- .-.. 3 0»e ///// t><x'nd of mild, ,, le ll ow P r ; na •fWtrt, packed /„ ,l, e cbenfid rtd im «ndpl,:«l /„•„„ aiiraitfci A full fjctiii/f of Prince Albcrf in ,t rftii glau humidor iba! £ttps the to- batto inf>crf(d condition, dft tirap. It's easy to please all the pi pc . smokcrs on your list. Just give them mc |, OW) fragrant Prmcc Albcrt-thc National Joy Smoke-the Prince of Pi po Tobaccos. "P-A./sihclargW-sclling smoking to- b»cco m the world-as mild and tasty a tobacco as C yer delighted a man. Prince Albert will wish ywr friends and rcla- lives the merriest Christmas ever Cimek There's no more acceptable giftinSama's whole big ihah a carton of Omcl cigarettes. Here's the happy solution toyonr gift problems. Camels are sure to be ap- Jircciatcd.;And tujojcd! NVitli mild linc- Jastin'g Camels, you keep in tune with the cheery spirit of Christmas. Enjoy Camels at|mealtimc for their aid to digestion. Camels set you rightl They're made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS^Turldsh and Domcstjc- than any other popular brand. At your dealer's you'll find ibis Christmas package— the Camel tar Ion—10 park s of "20'i"—200 tlganlles. Another Christmas sferial-4 6«« t/Canili in"fat fflits"~ tvraffeii in' fay. ttl/fy fait, (rqfyalHnJ

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