Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 6, 1930 · Page 3
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wMNMtryiiv IV inii-w .REFERENDUM VOTE •i fey otVfeSf L. SCOTt. Staft, correspondent. (Copyright, 1930, by consolidated Press AssoAtatldfl.) CfitlCAao, June 6.—After juggling fclngerly with the question of prohibition as It Is to figure in the forthcoming November general election, It appeared today that a referendum-^Illl- ttois' fourth—would be held. The Republican organization of Cook county; itself-dripping wet, yet called upon to support Congreaswoman Ruth Hanna MeCormlck at the head Of the ticket as a bone dry, has determined to sponsor this new plan for a vote on the wet and dry issue. The Idea'ls to provide voters with a means to register themselves as opposed to prohibition at the same time that they Vote for a nominee favoring prohibition or vice versa. This scheme llrst was propounded by a Democratic leader in Chicago, but It was turned down cold by Colonel James Hamilton Lewis, the party's senatorial nominee, and his followers, i Their idea Is that the Issue should be clear-cut between Mrs. McCormlck; and Cblonel Lewis at the head of the respective tickets. The Democratic' candidate Is outspokenly wet and claims that Ambassador Dwlght Morrow has borrowed his own original plan on the subject, for the New Jersey light. The Republicans, who must obtain 360,000 signatures to a petition In order to have the issue presented, would ask three questions of the voters: First—Shall* the eighteenth amendment be repealed? . Second—Shall the Volstead act be jnodifled or repealed? Third—Shall the Illinois search- and Seizure law be repealed? The Democrats point out, In opposing-this type of referendum, that it can merely be an expression of opinion, which Is binding on no one, and that Its futility is shown by the fact that the state lias voted three times on the issue already without influencing the attitude of its legislators or representatives in congress. They also assert that a referendum %ould give wet Republican newspa-' . ha feaswss Ad/MUMiM by Wi* eerats fof 6pt>osiHg anetfi«r vat* 6ft the issue, are e*a«tly tftos* impelling the Republican organization to favor It. That party faces a dlvlslbn In the Chicago area becau'se of the anti-pro^ hibltion inclination frequently shown by the voters who will be asked to vote for Mrs. McCormlck, a dry, at the head of the ticket, if they are able to devise a method by which party followers can vote wet, and at the Same time support a dry, their reasoning la that the task will be made much easier. A TOUGH BREAK. 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' New Summer Berets $1.00 to $2.49 Silk, angora, French'Berets and other styles. Kline flros.—Second Floo>. 'Cheramy' Dusting Powder 79c can April Showers Talcum Powder 19c Regularly 25c This is a lovely soft po\v- der that can be used for face or body. Regularly $1.00 Deliciously scented with the delightful adeur of April Showers, this powder is a delight to own and use. "Cheramy" Perfume 25c dram Regularly $2.50 Ounce Odeurs: April Showers, Cappi, Biarritz, Joli Soir, Ciel Bleu.. Kline Bro«.—Muln Floor. Girls' Silk Dresses $^.95 A J and ^•^ $4.05 An outstanding value in printed silks as well as the pastel shades. Flared and cape models. Trimmed with smocking, pleats, and berth; 1 collars. Sizes 7 to 14 years. Girls' Voile Dresses $2.95 Dainty dresses in figured voilea, sleeveless models, trimmed with smocking, lace and ribbons. Also shantung with Bertha collars and suntan backs. Sizes 7 to 14 years. 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