The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 6, 1936
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(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Voters Uphold Roosevelt Supporters When Lines Are Clearly Drawn "V KOBNKY DIJTOHKIi Ccuritr News 'Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON. — JtantKriUs Planning to meet In Driroii Aug. ' W express their detestation or [»<? New Deiil will not Include lioldoi* of public office or those who recently enjoyed the suffrage u< - Hie voters. Whether (here is nny slg- iilficniico In tlmt—or any reason for |) C |i C f that, Al Smith, Governor Ely uf Massachusetts, nn:l ex- Kfiiator Jim Reed of Missouri I'avc lost tliclr old popular fol- loirinijs—it is a thought which irises in connection with (ho fnct Hint Hie New Deal has boon conspicuously successful this yoar In most Democratic primary elections where Its nrcsCge, us fnvor- ites, or its enemies were involve;! Numerous pro-New Deal and anti-New Deal members of Congress have been rDiioinlnalcd more or Ires automatically. In 20 -late primaries Involving 2 L1 House rents, only 10 members have been defeated for icnominiition And only OIK lone senator. Tom Gore •. or Oklahoma. I.i'iik Still M'ilh v. i). ji. The point is, however—If it is Hi,!"}" 11 -"" 11 ' m fiBl'ls where candidates hare been outstanding identified with the ndmtalsuS " < ,ts legislation," and special n.tacks were marie upon them, and in contests where (he Dcwccratic |»™m&eiih similarly have "roueIt cortl rf ? Pa! '° < vlw th « ™™ ™ I "„ lKUC " in •"""'nistrallon brcak\ RooSeTeH has lla ° u « nf °° le ' 0[ course, played the role of Buddy in Washington, loud in "is contempt for newfangled legts- alioii ami constantly censorious of ik administration. He will be succeeded by someone definitely more fTO'iclly-Congrcssman Josh Lee Anc Slier Enemy Down lrmwi°^ ° r ' c 9n6"'-'a™n 'George Huddleiton in Alabama was even more satisfying to the New Deal c'-owcl Ifs at least a good guess that the administration went as jar as it could, without exposing 'keif, lo contribute to the re •KlUL HucMlcston came within a hair's breadth last year of wrecking noasevelfs pet Wheeler-Rr.yburn Pi-Wic utility holding company act He served on a conference ' committee as a key member, ard his uie-hard opposition brought. on as spectacular a test or strength between a president and a mwcr- H'l medal interest group, in'Hhls case the "power trust," as ha= ever been seen.' The hatred built up between Huridleston and the New Deal can ...Hardly be overstated. If power ' companies didn't back Huddleston I >n the primaries, they're the most • ungrateful wretches on earth which they seldom are. And friends Come Hack In Te.xas Congrcsman Sam Uay- uurn was renominated (equivalent to re-election there), and Congressman Maiiry Mavericl: re- PAGE THPEB- out. Raybuin Jammed the holding company bill through the House, measures. •. . . • Power companies tried lo lick him, even getting house-to-house canvassers, ostensibly selling household articles, to make speeches against him at all calls. Maverick | s the Soiilh's outstanding liberal in Congress. He ali-o iuniiTcri the wraih of utilities ond oil interests, and a large slush fund was thrown in against him He campaigned ns a pal of the administration. Roosevelt-, although i .ihvay.s- publicly proclaiming that j he can (nke no- purl in nrlmnvy j ccnlests, secretly did cvevylhlng he reasonably could to insure -Maverick's renomination. i Sure of I'urlher Sui>]Hirl | Still another succesful New Deal congressman who pulled , Ihrougfcj in tlie face of a him! fight was Congressman David Lewis of Maryland. . I It would be easy '-to over-' estimate the .significance of these | primary results insofar as it may I apply to the presidential race. Except in the case of Lewis, these victories occurred in stales where Roosevelt's plurality in November is. a foregone conclusion. '. I What they do indicate is that if Roosevelt, is re-elected, he may have much the same nucleus of loyal supporters In Congress which p,.,,i . ni . ,,. ,. uUIDOkl Blast Victim In 1995 May Get Pension ^Courier News wont M, .SAN DIEGO, Cal. <UP)—Roy C. Thompson, s'loe shiner, mny get a pension after: 31 years as one of the injured survivors of the gim- boat Bsnnlngton's ' explosion July ; 21, 1905, which took CO lives. j Thompson, who says he served OliUEDS TAKEN FOK "BKRNAT" YARN INSTRUCTIONS 'f'KH'E Mrs. Leslie Hooper M--S. A. C. 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It contains tasteless cimninc, which kills Ibc infectirm in the lilood, and iron, which enriches ami builds up the blood. Chills and fever Edon strip ami you are restored lo health anil comfort. For half a century, Grovr's I aslefes Chill Tonic has been «urc relief for Malaria. It is just as useful, too, as a General tonic for old and young. Pleasant to take an,| absolutely harmless. Safe lo give ch, clrcn. Get a bottle at any dm* store. Ivow two sizes—SOc and $t The ?l SIM contains ?y, limes as much as lh» SOc size and gives you 23% more for your money. Have you tried Windsor since iis age was sieppcd up? You would know insianily, even if you wercn'l told about il, that you were- drinking older wliis- kcy. Deeper mellowness, finer flavor, jjreiKr value than ever for your money. The price, you know, has not been increased a penny! Try a boicle! WINDSOR 93 PROOr-STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY SMOOTHEST WHISKEY IT THE PRICE! i n V - - • ff^Summer. Clearance. Drastic Reduc All Summer Merchandise, Bargains Galore! Odd Lots Broken Sizes. Quantities Limited! CJc;m Up Ua OtW Lots In i\Icn's Straw Hats Pure St'lfc, Full Fashioned Knro Length ChiiToii 47 c Not all sizes. Limited quantities. Values tip to 51.98! Buy Now! Odd Lots! H;ii V ;uin f'riccd! Men's Wash Pants 69 c E'rices greatly reduced for quick selling. Values up to SI.JO! Broken sizes. Special Prices! Odd Lots Hen's Wash Ties 3 Fo 25c Prc-shrunk and fast colors! Worth much more! Hose 45 c Summer Blouses 67 c lh 's lot of 50 better Blouses, cheers, organdies. , novelty i aces . values to Pair 200 pair in the popular knee length. With InstM tops. Values to .79c! Dress Oan-Up! Ladies' Summer Dresses $1.00 This lot of 100 Dresses, edd lots, broken sizes. Values • lo S3.98. Drastic Reductions on High Priced Summer Dresses $1.87 This lot of 150 better Dresses, broken sUes. Values lo 84.98! Our Entire Slock Of High Quality Dresses $2.87 Values to $7.90! While 100 last. We advise early shopping. Unpriced To Clear! ' A Large Assortrnenl Sheers Yard While 500 yards Inst! Values to I9c ynrd. First come, first served! Extra Special! While 500 Spools Lnsl Sewing Thread Spool Wilte sine.. 50 only. 125 yards to. spool. Limit 5 spools to customer Shoe Clean-Up! Values Galore! Ladies White Shoes $1.00 Values to $3.98! While 100 l»fr last! Odd lots, broken sizes. Ladies' Summer Hats 27c Our entire slock of summer millinery. Values to 51.08! Regrouped for quick selling! WE ADVISE YOU TO SHOP EARLY AT W1GGLY .PBICES FOK FRIDAY and SATURDAY': PRESERVING PEARS. Bushel 99c Sewlless I'oii nil Crackers . No. I I'miiul Wcsco 2-1.1). liox Pure Cane 10 I'luiitds Sugar lANGKS. Cl ;l;Qr LETTUCE •Tiiioy Calif. 288 Sine ' Do/t'n "^^^**™*'**'^^^^^MBMBBH Lemons " <GSoap •"•"""•^^••••™_ Fresh Eggs Sfiiti 1 , Juicv AlocJ. Size' Down Duz. VINEGAR , ......... , SPAGHETTI rs, W fij I 'li'H "««««r llcahsorc' HjLHj , \,\t.Lo Kadi / 2 No. 2 Can 1|TC 2•for Lo' .on K im: Ixmf 111 Ixmf Avomhile iCO Oi'mrl It) I100MS (>1111 S S 25 C BANANAS .Innilii) 1,1). F; Sii« ire 5 for -1J; C. C. " n PI lAj Tall. Can Kach 10' C. C., I,!) 2 r>c Krriu-h, 1,1). .. 2fle Jewel, U> J7 C Jewel, ,'i I,b. . . .Ifte CAKE K - c ].'! Egif SOc Vnlne Each 39c Avonilulo C.. 'iVi Can ^ ^^^^^^•^^•^^^••^^•MBI^^BBSaiH TomatoJuice tK<i Can .'I J-'or Soda Water Or Oin.irer Afc 2'l-67.'IJol,llc-. : ' 3for25c FLOUR Little King •IS-Lb. Sack .31.55, M-Lli. Sack .. 7i)c MUSTARD Hilo, R-||) dn .... flSc Ilnniko. R-H) ('In SALMON c ?;:,Tc 3 .,io; w s-o/. Hotfie ^"^^^^^i^WBBBBB^BBIl OP j IB Tomato, liaihara AiinfTC UvUI i '• (;., n j IjCHT GLOBES ,. : ,,.,, W POTTED MEAT 3 r.,lfl c KIIUIT C. C. No. 2 Can FLY SPRAY Tni Zt23 c etc all 3*2 i,jr C ; !) c; Sm PICKLES (i -° z -? r ro r 25 c Vogue Toilet FC Har 3 EF STEAKS Hound Cottage Cheese, II). lb.33c Pure Fork Sausage, !b. 15c .Beef Stew, Ib. Prime Rib Roast, Ib. 25c Hams - 70c I Chicken Loaf i45c DRESSED FRYERS YOUNG HENS PIG EARS • T ft" I GKdIINIHMPg IF \ Pir. nns Veal Roast 15c j Side Meat s 19c CJ. BEEF ROAST if Ib. 17Je

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