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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - April 17, 1937, Blytheville, Arkansas Bus copyright. 1937, Nea service life Low the quins Are ready for their outdoor play warm out 01 the Nursery on to the Broad in it Rich Birse Tremblay to open the Gate that leads out covered play Yard. Period. They a late Spring Snow glistening under the Sun. Beckons to All live and wait for but Annette left insists on breaking a new path. Marie too to the Snow strikes out boldly but Yvonne. Cecile and Emilie delay a moment with nurse. Now All five join the fun. Cecile and Yvonne Are helping Annette and now for an hour and a half until la a a there is Noth to explore the new path at the let while Emilie strides boldly lug to do but play to ones hear Chi Content in the fascinating Snow. Into the Lead Marie and Yvonne Are plainly impatient Tor nurse left to right you see Cecile Marie Annette Emilie and Yvonne to join them rain to go the court Light have been i Roosevelt s great popular following whether understanding the plan or not. Largely Luvora ble to the proposal because Roosevelt was for it. In strongest opposition card traditional popular reverence for the court and a theory of to its Anet try Bast d on the supposition that it always interpreted the Constitution As a sacred formula with no other consideration in mind. I he opposition now tacitly Abandons tie latter theory in order to assert that the court is res pot Sive to Public opinion and hence needs no reorganization. To which new dealers emphasizing the 5 to 4 decision and the reversal of Justice Roberts position on the interstate Commerce clause retort in paraphrase of chief Justice Hughes Quot we Are tinder a Constitution but the Constitution is what Justice Roberts says it is until the next time he changes his mind Quot ii the decisions had been unanimous instead of demonstrating that four justices Over 70 still stood grimly against Liberal constitutional interpretation the administration would have no excuse for arguing that the Quot future welfare of 130.000, too persons be left in the hands of one vacillating the actual extent to which the court May have rubbed off some of its own Sanctity or diminished its prestige by Roberts Bow to outside agitation is blurred by partisan debate. It is demonstrate ble. However that the court has t made and new friends by the Wagner act decision except Aiqiong democratic senators reluctant to take u stand on Hie reorganization proposal. Bibles once bootlegged by Boston printing firm Boston it up bibles once were bootlegged in Boston. At that time it was illegal to print the Bible Here. The Laws of the English parliament prohibited the printing of the Bible both in England and the colonies. So Daniel Henchman and the p r i n t e r s. Knee la and and Green minted bibles secretly and peddled them As they would contraband. Jonesboro h i a h again first in District literary meet. Jonesboro won first Blytheville second Piggott third and Paragould fourth in the annual Northeast Arkansas High school literary and music meet at Jonesboro yesterday. It was the third consecutive year that Jonesboro won the sweepstakes this year with 52 1-2 Points. Blytheville made 43. Pigeon 28 1-2, and Paragould 28. Marked tree made 19 1-2, Wilson 14. Earle la Harrisburg 5. Manila 5. Rector 4, Lepanto 4, and Tyronza 3. The largest group of literary contestants Ever to enter the District affair participated which made the contests unusually close judges said both Jonesboro and Blytheville each won six first places but Jonesboro won More second and third places than did Blytheville thereby nosing put first in the final count for honors. Blytheville won first in typewriting. Jane Mcadams geometry Hildred Bunch girls extemporaneous speaking Farris Richardson boys voice Leroy Brown boys quartet Leroy Brown Roy Graves. Todd Harrison and Leon Stafford and the boys glee club of 27 members. Tile girls Trio of Dorothy Foster Geneva Graves and of Conj Mcadams won second and Amy Ruth Morris won second in violin. Third places went to Joe Burnette for history Marian Tompkins for piano and Jay Smith for boys extemporaneous speaking. The girls glee club of 40 members won fourth by Rodney Dutcher the courier news Washington correspondent Washington apr. 17 the supreme courts about face in the Wagner act decisions has Given both sides new arguments in the historic Battle Over the Roosevelt judiciary scheme without appreciably at feel ing the Outlook As to the plans Fate. The first cry of the opposition that. The last excuse for the plan was gone echoed by a few senators who looked hopefully toward avoiding tile Issue has been counterbalanced by a prompt White House Effort to turn on the Lieut the administration urges now that the court has weakened the position of its supporters by providing its willingness to play politics certain democratic Fence Sitters in the Senate ure seeking to jump off in any direction just so it will enable them to est a in voting on the president s proposal. The administration forces say privately they won t let the jump. At the same time attempts Are being made to find a method which would make the Medicine for tills group easier to take. Belief that the president s hand has been strengthened by the Wagner decisions is shared by some although by no Means All of Hie opposition strategists. They fear it is widely Felt that the swing of a court majority to More Liberal opinions is a personal Victory for Roosevelt. Achieved by the presidents War on the court. Sanctity theory abandoned j lie two fundamental factors in phone 886 or 888 24 hour wrecker service and garage work body a fenders a specially Barnett Auto sales i i Kut a. Vav Greely Amerl ran Soldier and explorer had reached farthest North in 1892, and with his band of 24 men. Awaited a Relief ship. None came that year none the next. He withdrew 400 Miles South in search of supplies and found none. His men by Gan to die of cold and hunger Only seven remained when Relief came. Commodore Winfield 5co� Schley had sailed 1400 Miles through menacing ice packs. To bring Back the Greely survivors. For this and for his participation in the Battle of Santiago Bay during the. Spanish american War is Schley remembered. Born in 1839. He had moved up gradually with Active service in foreign Waters until after the War. He wis made rear Admiral his record was marred by severe criticism of an unfortunate Man Euver which he had ordered during the Santiago encounter and which delayed the american Victory he died in 1911, at the age of 72. His photo appears with those of admirals Dewey and Sampson on the new Navy 4-cent stamp a Beautiful and sympathetic service at moderate Cost. Not even mothers cooking Hollywood sees 23-Carat jewel ambulance service i phone 58 now located at 101 North second adding machine amp typewriter service Bureau Don Edwards proprietor All makes of rebuilt typewriter. Adding Machina and calculator a repairing part a ribbon v s �?1937 Navy series admirals Dewey Sampson and Schley 4c Yray denies application for receiver for estate copyright. Nea Ger ice inc i nothing on the tabla tempt you and you look Back with grown up longing to those Days when a a hunk of bread and a chunk of cheese were the piece de t distance supreme indigestion too Well done to try to prescribe for yourself. See your doctor because chronic indigestion is sometimes a symptom of tuberculosis. Due to a Printer s error that portion of the Mississippi county financial statement published yesterday dealing with warrants outstanding As of december ill 1936. Appeared in garbled form the Correct statement follows new Chain latter idea san Jose Cal. Up a tile a dime Chain letter idea has been revived Here in a different form. Dish towels Are substituted for dimes. If the Chain in t broken each participant in the Chain will receive 27 dish towels county Road warrants $17,682.79 county general warrants uncover tuberculosis by modern methods f let the doctor be your guide warrants outstanding dec. Warrants issued since dec payment of 1936 claims we have on hand several tons of Stoneville no. 4-a on1 year i rom breeder Stab tested. A few tons of d. P. L. No la Beans Laredo Virginia deism and Mammoth Brown peas mixed new Era and whips peas and Beans re cleaned and graded by us. Will Trade Tor Cotton seed. L. R. Matthews Gin co. Cotton Cotton seed and oui. Telephone 15u-f-3. Yarbro Ark. A Humble Bun Sandwich and a famous 23-Carat Diamond ring made company in the hands of mrs. Wolf Barnato. Above As she lunched in Hollywood with friends she knew before she mauled the son of the late Barnet Barnato. Called the world s Diamond King As Jackie Quealey. San Francisco society girl she was wooed and won in 1932 by a barrage of radio Grams from Young Barnato. Then on a world it ult treasurer s balance dec 31, 1936 treasurers overdraft dec. 31, 1930 actual fund overdrafts at dec 31, 1936, Atter payment of 1936 Haims presented to mar. 31, 1937 $59,778.39 $37,089.04 e. Cooley county auditor the bachelors Button a Domestic Flower is a native of India it was introduced in England a Earl As 1714 saturday april 17, iss a i a a. Abr Cour Ink no we pack to trip

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