The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 2, 1936
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK,) COUK113K NEWS I found aclili- support this • Craiimied From Paso 1) "nly- when Cleveland, n , liuffalo man. won Ihe city in 1892. "in '33 Ihe city elected a -Democratic mayor, but lust ycnr the I'omitv voted Republican by 47,OK,. The turnabout can be traced lai'ljely to internal dissensions of tin? !:x-al Democratic party, and <!i^iititfaetion with the mayor. "Hut despite l!ie recent local "'publican landslide, Koosevclt IMS a 50-!iO chance of carryini; (he city. You cnn take it as a fact thr.L Hie his majority of the lii'jorlmr classes will be for lifin." (!:i- 1 - ijju' Sharply Drawn !n n small way tknal evidence (o cunchisicn. Four steel workers, five drivers of (Hito-carrylng Irurlrs. and IhiTe Negro laborers, whom I stopped one at n time on Ilia street?,, were (o a man for Roosevelt. It was evident tha 1 , here, at least, the class lines were f-:han;ly drawn. Seventy miles east of lliiffalo I stopped at tlie home of J. A. Hooimn, vice president of the WoKlcni New York Milk Produc- ' crs' Co-opcrat A wealhei-bealen, blue-eyed slx- fOMjei- of tlie. .s::il and the rolling green pastures, this dirt farmer lelt that r;onie of the New York fiii'icrs H-lio had left (he nepub- lirnn party to vote for Roosevelt four years ago would return lo the fold. "Personally. 1 rather expect to vrtc fcr him again." he said to me, "but some of my neisjhliors feel different u'jout it. Most eastern farmers think that the mid- western wheat, corn, and hog fanner, and tlie southern cotton grower hrn-e had all the government favors. "Prices of fcod have gone up on account of crop restriction!!, ami hundreds cf millions besides have been poured into tlieir pocket.s. The cart had had lo pay most ol tills bill. We dairymen and eastern farmers have had lo help |:av tlie freight. "Bui slill I don't sec much more] that Roosevelt could have done. I'm for giving him another four years. But. cf course, most New York farm folks arc against him." A I.iiiL* on Syracuse On the trail to Scheneclady. later that day, I talked to five people in a small motor car at a friendly (jas station. .There was a Syracuse sticker en the windshield, and I casually arkcd what people over their way were thinking i about Tendon? "We don't know much about him," Ihe man at the wheel answered. Ami to my question of i. whether he would vote for him, k be replied: "I haven't made lip my mind yet." His companion in the front scat cut in at this point: "Well, I have. I'm a Roosevelt man. And so is he." The driver looked a little nonplussed and grinned. I turned to the two women and the third man in the back seat. "Guess that goes for all of us," the man behind announced. Down in the General Electric city, the '32 vote was for Hoover and the Democratic governor, Lehmnn. One informant, who was i trying his best to lie unbiased. I dismissed the city in this manner: | "Our middle-class people and professionals arc worried over federal' expenditures, and many of those i who voted for Roosevelt will vote ! \ this time for Landon, It's a pure j I protest vote against waste, and extravagance. "When you get right down to it,! it's a question of counting noses; ! are there more of these small property owners and middle-class; people than there arc ordinary working people and reliefers? Answer that and you can figure who will cany not only Schencc- taily, but every other eastern industrial city." i'ocd Is His I'ac.lor Food and WPA jobs, nnques-j tionably, will prove lo be Roosevelt's heaviest guns in the cast. "Give me the food of tlie world' suicl I will capture it," some road-' !idc philcsopher told me on this! , I eiycs, I-andon a . majority o(, 400.- .•.drunkard." he declared. "It is-altar), (hut still loaves Roosevelt' ,vays Hie 'child who lias no social irorc than- 300,000 to go to Ipvvn interest, who sMuls himsell. up In k' 1 - . ,. ~'' •'•••" , himself,- and"who develops imas- VTlmt fellow . Jusl can't lose, imry grievances, lie becomes Ihe He's got the working people will) 'eeltlns' type, and when he Brows him. Union labor is 85 per cent oldtr what lie can't set he takes, ixhind him. ' A trained psyfnoloilsi can put "Cf caui-ic Roosevelt won't car- him right when he Is a child. I ry the btaie by ns huge n lead is in '31', whtn lie '.lopped the ILsl jy SOu.iMO,- but he'll keep it, just '.he saiae." 1 ran only put down what he p,rave$, it \vas.learned thai besides" Cli't'PK bWlais llirri Since the, 3d Century U. O., later Roman burials .'also took place. PAGE THilEE* NliXT: Neither eastern i.ylvania nor New Jersey :iiw it will jump. li c ,,,,_ knows tiuanl Saves JOOIIi Life 1U,A1I1, Neb. (UP)—Janus llur- charn.' who at 7-t clilins to l>» f.K oldest profi'ssloiKii l!fe-yun:'d' ! In the country, ran his lld'-saving record-to |0u v.-hen. lit E(ivr<l «-bjy -in-l tvo airli ai the lll.ilr posl. D?- --p!t3 !.!-; yi>a:'=, ijurclmin/ls on djity evtry d.iy 3f IMe b:ithinj .Ma':6n. ; Al! Criminals Can D-: Cured, Says Dv. Adlcr LONDON (UP)—A man whosays he can recognise in a fjw minute; the type ol person svlio is likc-ly to commit crime, whether It l>e murder, robbery or suicide, and u' 11' claims he can cure that person of ins ' criminal tendencies, rive:! in London to give a sei'ies of lectures. He is Dr.- Alfred Adlcr, ojisi, one of the famous Irlo—I-'!°nd. Junij and Ad lor. "I know I can pick oat crlm- myself have done it many times." Citadel P.-iins Traced To 5th Century B. C. KERCH. U. S. ii.' K. (Ul'>—S-JYlM archaeologists have discovered 20 I undent lorlilltti settlements near | I'.crti which In I'.ie 5th century ba- I lore Chrlbt formed a purl of the so-railed liospor Kingdom. Walls of the ancient city of Dla were discovered. :is w;ll as (h^ vViiU'j 1 ii'sei-volrs of the settlement and the ruiiis of. immsrous, biillil-. From gravestonoi, urns and bronze, copper and glass articles . UplllNSOX D1UJO ('(). . ercr-ly thun women; ihe'la'.tei- llji licnvllv tn!y when r.nionj o'.lnv 'I'lil.' :n Atiiuite Kc-li 'I'reiv'melll or In-d linens. 1'Mr Atli- ' Kpol, lr>:>. At ., Opad Uru-j even-where. vidual, can cure'them, why i,'.ii>u!j not the world or.;ani^c and cure rill erlmiuals? From of mankind the world Iris never attempted to cure crime, but has culy iniuislicd it. No-.v I believe that if sve organi:-',?'.! p-op^rly could riil worl.l of virtually all crime." Tue stirt must be made with the c!iil:l, and tlie time will come P SATU1U)AY -~WE Will. BE OPEN AM DAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY'"^*"*~ r ""'"'~^"""J» t BABY SHOULDER BEEF^JH!A ST ™HiSIS iMVKK f'ATKISH, :->r>c I'KDSil SI1KI.MI', 1,1) •>-,( EWIFT mm -LAMB STEAKS Pound *(!««««••», SLICED BACON Fancy, Ib, .... E9c STEW IB. 12!c Kraft Prick, Ib . 3 FULL DRESSED JTO and FRYERS ' WHIMS' or MAMS All Moat, Hi, . 17y 2 c d, It is generally accepted that. rural mid upper New York will ' give Lamkm a majority ranging i somewhere between 200.000 and 4C-0,COO. Tlie question then is whether Democratic New York City can pile up a sufficient majority to counterbalance this and swing the whole state for Roosevelt. If I had the space. I could ' quote 50 garment makers, taxi! drivers, elevator boys, cops, and' loafers with whom I have talked ' lecenlly. Four out of five of them have been for Roosevelt. Now and again one would launch a bitter attack on the president, mostly on account of the way relief has been handled, With all o! them Al Smith has been completely discredited. And with these four out of five the class lines have at last become clearly and rigidly drawn. Net even Tammany Hall can keep I them from voting for Roosevelt, oven if the Wigwam desired. Jlnw New York Shapes Up I went to a veteran political writer and observer for a figure prophecy. He thought for a minute or two, and then he said: "I honestly believe that Roosevelt will carry New York City by J iliree-riuarler.s of a million. Even . it the rest cf New York state C'UOl'S, ............. ; . .'iiu v2»«.ij-!ri!,^.:arjL'«;s'!za-5^ Fi;;e>, Shytldts, Souis, Cocklills MANY, KUNC ft CO U INC. CHICAGO, JU. C. f}. [Ji-cf 'I'liii'li Kit), lilc 'uiicy ('litick, . l,h. traiued p;ycholoyisus. believes. "It is easy to pick out I'.ie child who is gulii? to dcvelco '"to <i criminal, or suicide, or il SAUSAGE.,;.. F : NBCK liS Krt S. 7! "THESE VALUES CAN'T SE BEATEN I" PLUMS """ <T Cu !i 1\ i^ANANAS SKINNOKS "rtJlS" S;m<Hvlch Ift.C S-07. ,)ilV i" BATHING CAPS 2f ; JUNKET kc (: " ..... .J. 9 U CRACKER JA ?,, MH . 10 COOKIES s " Kilr ,,„. LAXATIVES 50c McKesson Milk, of M;ignesiii, pint 3!ic (!0c Syrnii Pepsin' : : -19c aflc Syrup of Black Draught HOc (iOc Syrup of Fit's -lie COc Sal Hcpiilica .. -Iflc ly : -Fnnci-al. Fly Funeral, pin I FRESH-BREAD a . iiflc 50c lice Uraiul l>o\v. 39c 25c lioc Brand Tow. Fly Tox, pint ...... OOc II HI IIIBill il h illil ll'l l»ll 25 LI). Avctatjc •10 I.I). Avi'rnifc ...... i li, LI), .. 2(k ,le\vcl, !.!) •lewd. ,'! Lf>. .. -lik WHY DIDN'T YOU SHAVE? MOTHER WILL NEVER KISS YOU UOOKIN6 THAT/ Juicy Siuikisl .KO. 3(i()s, Do/.. 'i',\K illcil. R;/e 'lilfl, Doz. NO MATTER HOW FI6URE- FOR ECONOMY'S SAKE THAT15 OUST WHAT I FIGURED. Juicy Thin Skii Nice Si/c Dozen Or Kodu Walei 2-1-Oz. liolllc LUNCH PAPER ,-.,, 5 (; M NAI'KINS OC I'!<"-. 0 DRINK AID S;.,, 5 C *,. CHARCOAL""" j£l If GRAHAM CHA g'S \T Chill Tonics S9c All $1 Chill Tonics 79c BATHING SUITS Rubbing Alcohol, pt. 19c 25 C GADI POLISH 14 BROOMS S|lud i,i, If PfflTO BEANS ,,,3 F1UJIT JAIiS 1/2 C:il. !)7c: 01. fine: I'f. 5ik 25 C SHU MILK LISTERINE VACATION KIT mm TISSUES R r ria DRESSING ST.' 'RE61S TISSl]EsS.2 Crackers Cniintrv (!lnb Tall or fi Sni;il| Cans CREPE NAPKINS Trio 10 TOBACCOS I'ritu'c Albert .... Iflc Velvet IOc Hair & HaK IOc All 5e Smoking Tobacco, 5 Tor .... 2Sc All IOc Smoking Tobacco, 3 lor 25c PICNIC SUPPLIES 1/2 Gal. Picnic Jug 9Sc 1 Gal. Picnic Jtig $1.20 Sun Helmets .'..... I9c Suu Glasses IOc lo 75c SI Cardtii 7<)c 25c Black Draiilil l!lc SI.25 ArgoUme Tab fl §1.50 Cifrocar- bonalc §1.20 Fresh Eggs Avoiuliile I,LT. 2'/ 2 Can 2 for

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