The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1934 · Page 3
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Jt'tfE 6, 1?S4 SLttKfeVILlE, (ARK.) Tini Nation's Wei and Di-y Map A Press Siip)ini'l nil ni I.PRM. l.nsl Uiuk-r Ftiliv-ll t.l 'wiini| Id/ : .Mi. In : tlll'il:.. rlli-s I In- lill-ilii-i:! III !.f"i- \\llll-ll HrV.-.ji:iJ*'l.-> ; :i I. M.ll i> nl llu- pi-. :T:ii .-.lull- :i<l i. ir:,lif,u "III 1 , I l-l.ll, I]''." I tf&mmtr-^ "* m foJ_ Aiiiss! AL»-\- : »/.y\ ,__— Ililt ISSUE DESPITE REPEfil eld' lj!S III'! .' [f-JV-.il II.. w c 'I Mli prohibition rite, and cllll wine* pay 1125 a gillon, comptrtd witti a loriiier rate of 45 cents. I-'r.relgn wine rtodinvis, especially French eh«mpagne e»port- frs, hm been bitterly d.isjripoinit-,1 by repeal Vests of prohibition killed the American taste for line wines, they lament, whllf American ulne.s ore eontlnunlly Improving to fnpply what morl:ei ihriv If,. These hleh l axes ami latin's Invv IHVII 11 [liclnr In Ihe hi^h. ptli'pn which hnve lieen i'iilisiii : i MI rmirti '•'••\\ nmery frfiin rnnMinws, tint prle« ' i.lu-iil,I leinl lo full us ilnrnMlle I|H- illlcrlcs uml Mm i us .swing HIM: II. .nliliii,--:. iV.mn |,i,i,in,-Hun mid llie ltnj«>itr,l pri-ul- leiiiin,' in ,|iOtt iii.H "uiimm nun- „,.i hpeomes u liixmy ruilwr Unit "III i\>e|,Miill llll-i-M-. till- ill unlell-un ncllllll IH'er-.-vllly 111 II M'ltH Itl in'v iiriinkeii drlvlin'. mihuiin'''!" |i||,> 0: i r |y slaves of n'K-ul, ilnc mi iici-liliiu-. uml deaths uie rapidly 1 domestic shorhiRc. ; lllel-uis'li;; since i-epi-.il; u lli K lll!-; Illicit CIINSUM I'l'lON I1ISKS ' :eri-iiii:,|..i' uf clillilivn Injmril in! The cry lor lower ln\cs on Iliiuur i IVlllln- aci'ldi'llls Ls IndlCjIi-il. llllifls ii|v,'i,i|y Ijflln; Ill-mil In Wlisli- Inc d nl won,en nue.-.leil lur. |ni;lim Ilinmtili lliim:.ands of let • ilriiiik.-n dihhi,' is i>r,,uni". slml-, ii,:, in>:iilji» lulu llie HdiiiliiUtrn-; n ->-' j linn nnd (If MviiMiry drp:ir(inet](.' CONri:.\|.Mi;Sj-|- is ril,M!C.i:i) . TKI, (hive Ijy mall mukr\i || ex-! •rim Auieilrim linslnis'. Mrn's; nomely Illielj Hull (lie ncxl scs-1 Jlfcvai.-h i-'i«ij,iliiHuij. nitei- n pre-; -,i,, n ,,f j'f)ii..iv-;- will luke lip the lliiilin.iy smvey. Imhcalr..; Uml lie.' 1 nuiller, isik'clnlly Uvan.se hy thru lli|lmr lialfli' iledlh Kile Is higher mm (he mnller i,f iui|Mr[.s uilil (him Hie figures show lnvnii',c of leseu-e slocks will "wldrspiviid ulleiniHs ID conreid ltm \ : Millions .pail hy iisliiK ihi! loins Advent ol Minnner mul lull itiy IVfrel lhe Mnn Who Made 'OnI Onr Way' Famon [iPuret- nor- Six months :ill I A.-. nidii-al.-il rd. 'he cf,nip'i]f:n I-.MK'-S v/.-n- In Ij•-. :.re thik: inviied hy Mr. it-.-d (.1 examine I heir JKH-I., ilu.ul:>. uml .» l i "he li-llir. a.-: riTt-IVi-d hy III" C'linriri- NI-VA uml (itli* r Arkiina. hctt-spsjx-rs. follnvv "Two year.; iiico a majority u the press joined in a common cat'-se. their nbji-cl In-ill 1 ^ in i|iosl i-ciM'S the dcft-al nf Iwn candidate-, fur tovernor. us n n MiH ihey cenlercd uj'>on ,liult;i J. XI. \\\- licll and yiue him vicloiy. Ifilln.v- ini; Ins nt'iinnalion the press anrl his opponents joined hands will: the people mill the lf:/i--.:alnrc :ulil , Uuve him their moral nnd iicll;'.- ."atpport. The bijir.luLnn- t;a^e Inm every recpiesi he imule. "It altnirs of llie sinto mo mil livht !»• .'ilKinld ])inpi-rly iiv-.niiio full re.-:|>onsll:ilay lor ciimld:uii.. nr plead [initly lo l:u-k of le;ul i- slifi> or i^noiauce ul Ids I:IN!:. I his he. illlli^eiuly ittloiiipli-i] lo cany out his piomise.s? "Wuldil he liuve l;i en MI[IJ;I,I [- f<l hy Mm v \i:;, Imil Ii.' lolil ili-m piior lo tin- election that he expected to issue I. O. U. to IM' [Will hy the next (i'.ivcTiior. for con.stitnlional :im,--ndm:'ii( pulilic- atinns ihen due'? "Or lhai he would not opproini- »le enoni'.h to pny tor those lie no\v s-xinsors and me hein" pub- llsheil? "Or dun he would not appropri- utc to pny for (he syno.psls of le^islnlivc nets? Which the !aiv ^y.s shall h? pnlilished in every louiiiy. iCrinld h he ixiullilu l!:dn'[ UMDL Ihe ])CO|lle 10 klinv/ tvlial he li:id dniK'.l "Or lliat he v.onld 'ti'ter- tn cut prlnihiB from il.fifi in $1? deliiliiueii! laiul IJ.M nnd hnl |o plnce the |>ersoiml llsl In llfn "Yiiit men hnve «n opiwritmlly lo serve your Mate well, lo pity nn old politic:,] obUf-niion to him. ami Heet a country editor ns your "Ills legislation on iwlnilnrj has prncttcally taken the diffeiencc lietwcen existence nnd a clownl shop fiom the press. How much I ins il COM. you? ••Officials of llie pref.s •is.'-ncla- lion. f inn told, n::l: lhat. eonr.ld- erfitlon of their I. O. U.s tie siilj- niiltcd to one of llic .spec-ial M.-S- sion. 1 ;. Notliinu was done. AI ently In; did not need llie < r.il nor nwlMnnci; from [lie there. "He asfes nn Indoisemcni lerin, enn the press Indorse- iliis I real inent? "llie (tuesiion is. for the ne-u I wo nninllis. will Ihe presK will m- fiijlu. ••I'er.v.nnlly 1 am one criiuiiry editor th:ii Is ;;oin;! lo lu;lil I ho|X! yon w-lll join men. -Kindcsi. reuaids, 'signed) "llo»-anl_ Reed" "P. S..Hoover also asked for n second term, how foriiinnte lie failed. Futrell did jint r,rl lialf the vote hist year." Where Is he sAioiuior pou 1 than then?" Jacoby, Bridge Star, Seeks lo Shine at Tennis DALLAS. T.'-yas IUP) — O.-;4iild .lawiliy. u-hose home Is well-deco- mled with lirldw tiopbles alrt-ady nmtonnred grimly as he swung hi l"7in!K raerinel on a eouu here lhal lirt; coins; lo make cnrds •. ffcontliiry pasllmt- milt] lie mas frs tennlr, and wins a toinm- ni»nl. When .lacohv man led M a r •, 7,il:i McHele, Dallas tennis j.iav he inoinlr.ed 10 win a ifiini> tomnamenL If she would take nw prl?" In a In-ldgo lonrney. Sine' Mary /.itn only Ind diblilcd ai auction and never played contiacl al all, It looked like Oswald 1 .promise wax safe, but Ills wife rrxi!«l him by Inking first (n one of Ihe Wppe-sl bridge tourneys ii Ihe country. "Mary ZiUt lived nj> In her pail of [he bargain, and now I've v'OI to learn how lo play my lrun';» illih! on a lennLs cnnrl." her Inus bund Kild. "II':: colnc lo be lon;l and 1 don't, know how many limes 111 tree before 1 win. tail I've fr> lo keep on llll 1 ijel a pil7e" :i] ill nuilrmal pnilnhKloii. 'i& :.tales tin' still "dry" in ti-s|).'it to "hind" liquor, ol il.e.e will vol.- l«-(i'>i-i- Mi" ^,M,l•'^ end on .-(line kind o( , I,-|UMI| ineosine. whih: ii:'- :ir,- I'.i'epal in;- iiii':i?.nle . in :,u ix'fnii- lrf:i\hl liu'ivi inei-llh;-; ne>.l yi-fir. s World's Fair Tour Applications invited for Job at Posloiiicc •exlnna> spm! 1 mid -iickli'ss drlv-. wi-ulher is iiln'iidy ruin-lid In Ihe; in.'l. 1 insleail ol •drlvliii.i while ( ;ove|-iimciil'.-, hn-fmie tiom llriiinr un ilritnkeinie.s.'i. dniiik'" An United stales civil pxninlniition lor llie of . . , . , i mini- <hinihen w rin-nian-hilmrer In Oir; I'x-iO pasi- lll ,j < .. 1 j oltlce liiilldini; has Ix '<•- id hy MUi l.el.i' liljil ol the Ixiurd ol U. H. L,S,, .-.^i>m ; rll . , [rli ., , i i r - n i r, ! e 1 ' " a| illllsv I | nnd lH-cr,' the Idiiuer i!ri,pplL!i; mid MMays.ihe lidter Ini'i-rii.shii!. A-i eurly deiv|jini' ijcriiiiM- M> iiiui'li ili iH-iuls' Apill, I.err lirniiithi In (m.:«Vi.OiK). on jir.i how drunk pullci- i,[ dlf-1 (he lu-.-.i mnnili slinv n|*':il, :mu feri-lil eiilr.s feel u mini ni.'lii lojhajd Illinois fli.mil.liinl. Ihe lnvi-.-l l:e in-illie he Is uiresied. are iiKo; monlli since ivpeal. siiolly l.oidslaiin. AI-I-/IIIIII, Ke- with Ihc novi-hy of li'tjul Iliiiira- viiclu n|inri less dinnla-inie.ss: New I weiirlni: oil. ninny hupi' Him llie Mevicn. Miiiilinia. Cnliiiiiilo. Massa-j pie-pinhllillliin Irelnl uf (hi- nullnn i chi'.'.v is, ivpnrl more. lawny rnmi liunl Iliinur and hm;nd f M:i.----;iehiiM'LU lurni.'.lies nn In-1 l>;'i-i may l«- j l-rillnn-il. .; len-.'.lini! rccind of -10 \x-r cent received until Ap])liciilio]l.s cording to [ii Mivi lllyilif. than llcfoci- NK'XT: Hvcry slate li u lalrtll l- (ury (inlay, trylnj; (u ilrvisr "I \ n lhuiii:h llie camiuiila •.,• nl ;u v \ eiTci-11%.' nirant nf li:ii]illlii« •dlsoul, i|y eiimhii-r Is the clinli;.' (In- ncf-nlil )ii,.l,l,ni lit lii|iiur. ntli-.-.s diniiks j Suiiie nf their r\|x-ihiirnls jir '" : «h,i >,:,,.. i;, i;,. picki-il up l,y |«il|ce I MUM I uml \vrlMhi.uxlil-i,al: MIIHC • iHi'in; •• ihi-j eati'l n:ivlu:ilr miller have .-illl-iily halt li> In- :il,.inilf,ii,'il • ", j Ih'-ii inin |.i,-«:r. 11,1111 iicmxl:, 111] as ununrkuhlr. '• | HUM p.n-1-. n| Hie n.niiliy i niiilinie | - ,,r nmnM'.ib.i:!,' dnniken-1 Frcshmtu May Be Dime Bank Yielded III-KS.." deelari':; Ihe Union Ulninil.! . on'nn ol Ihe Naitonul W. (:. T. I). $5 Tine 'Of Driver '''he Allll-Halonn l.oai:lie Joins In Kl.YrtlA. O. lUI'l- Hay Oleiler- i l !" s ''"" "* "lalns! nipral, iek. Loriiln, 6.. fiimhled in ub; 1 'he Ju-,t :.ls miuilh-. "a lr:,;iic fail- Jlnt Wlllbins. who di.-umi "Out <>»r Way" Jim Willmiis p.ws hnek to hlsil'.oo<l enouslt hoiwmiiti In iierform mm tmyhooil (luys when he draws lacnslnnidly nf roderei. those inmu.hiiily llfe-llk-j kids In --Out Onr Wuy". He has mi im- pcckcts when Mayor W. II. Vnn-J urf '- oMer lined him $r, iiiul cosls for '1'AX <(Ci:STIllN' reckless ililvhu;. "1 IIIHM I haven't (he money [ l ' P r ...l Pr/vm D ..I., runny nieninry for deinll. u i:en- freea rrom Kuie !l]ls ,,„ ,.1,1,,'adei-iamnn »nci «_ : |-itind sense ul hiiinor — his diiuv-]| STA'I'l-: OOI.I.l-XH':. ]'u. (UCi— in ., s t mV e u hluser aiidlr-nufi than N'n lotiRi'i 1 will the freshmnn 1» u nny nlher enmle fentuii- In llio slave of the tipix-'r clnssni:in If Ihc .country. Wlllliiins ts Ilia innited ; edlei of Or. nolR'il O. Ik-rureutcr. ncsirrn 1>-|K> pen|ile Ilku him In- '1'lie mailer nl taxes on l,i|iior.|'I'life.'.'-iir nf education mid psy- : linellvcly. A roftpnnclicr for :iaie and lederal, Is Inr I loin j eholiHiy. Is followed hy the Perm yrui-.--..ttit l.orn In Noin with me. your honor," Dk-derick^ sailid. The ltd-ml liovcrmuenl j Stale Student Council formulai- ot .scafiirln;! slock. His past is lihished. "lull 1 cnn tel it in ti plnces a inrill of $r ( u i;nllon on 1m-1 hiy Mnilcni "customs" rules for'rich mid vlunrmis lio'.i hurry." Mayor Viiiimtcr detailed porled whisky, with an nddiliomili ni-xt year. Officer Melvin Olmslcnd lo ae-. tiueinal revenue lux ot $2 company him. Wlicn lite two re- j When .slate luxes ol another ruilrruid ilreiiian si i veil a hitch a freshman to cus- hi die rt'iiiihn cuvalry, worked In loins nirely does him nny good, fueiorlt-s; no wonder he knows Of ciitine you v«Hi'l wan! (» mUl "Out Our Way," a slimfe day yDu'ri* on vacadon.' l^ionr luivr the ('nurlrr Nrns Hulled to yiill. IXnf or hllntl porsons hi Germany wear nrm hamlti of ft con-. spumous yellow, bciirlin; , trl- niit:le nf larito black dnt.s. as a wiirnlnc lo miHorLsLs, appeared, Diederick was holding a u l: alluii ure added. It h rle:ir j uml freqiienlly does him consider- pic. nnd loi-ul color. Youlhrul e.tr-j dime ravines bank. i ihm llie lxxitle:ii;er lias n clear Sitinblc hnnn," nr. Ticrnrcilter said, toottisls may lake comfort In the "Here it is hul I cun'l find the n talloti start in the race (or Ihe I 'The only freshmen who are nf-. fuel (hat he didn't lieitln 'to drawl l:r.y." he pleaded. OlfWcrs tried consumer's fm-or. before piohitil-' feclcd by .customs are the tinilil — profoslonully -imlll lie. wus lit i .several keys hut. none worked, tlon tilts larlll' wns only S2.CO. : ones, nnd Ihe tendency Is lor them his thirties. Now hn lives on a I JTIicn Diedeilck forced the lock Chiiniiimsiios and spaikllui! winesi to tet nn inferiority complex If runch In Arc/on: — Ihlnki It's the [will) a "Jimmy." : pny to u nallrm. twice Ihe prc- ] they me rnxtteil loo much." ' only kind -of life. He's still n EXPERT RADIO REPAIRS Hj Horace WaketttU Philfips Moltr Co. Siimuel liisnll was fur a'.yay from ChieaKO In and missed the i first year's edition of ihe WoiM's Fair bat he made up for lost lime i by his enjoyment of tin- .si«;hl.s when he paid an early n.nrnln^ visit ! lo llu- 19!U e>:|Kjsiliijji. The I'oriiier millly nion:irch c, shov/n iK-re as he was i\].ei-!i-d al.tml llie yriuind 1 , hy Guide .liw.i [ill Kn:iv i ripiiT nM-.^ 1 " 1 '"" Mbnl UN,. - r. ally ha ( eally had pieliue.s have i;i- ]Vior business, p:iivllij; dial I Uie intblic ]i:^'tf will tell ihe movie makeis whai H wanls and doi'sn'i : want . . And liiL- ftlm imltir.iry wants Ihe „ . . J.-1 A/m I I' 11 ' 1 '"'-", rather than a llnek of pro- rOrlllC'OrS Iv'.lSl'l^ .p/.ULH).-' fe.s.sion:it lefnnm-rs. In diclale DDA . r I . TI . • wliaL typo of enlei Ininua-ni. Is in DUO lo t.ombal Ihrcnt:,,,, p ,u „„ „,,. si | V01 . scr( .,, n a reason lo Industry r.V DAN THOMAS VTA Srn'ire Staff Correspondent l>m:il<? Iliirfahi (Vilf in /oo i CHEYENNE, Wyo. (DPI—A tol- eriiiL; biifTnlo enlf named Mayxie j HOLLYWOOD—With censorship . is the latest addition to the Fruit- i 'coining more severe. Ifoilywoort's | lie;- Kirk lieie. Mny?.le is llie iir.it i •trodnri":-, a:e raisini: a fund of ;lim:\ie huffnto ever iu>rn at Hi,'! to eoinliat. this lendeney. . local /no ! WOMEN'S LAXATIVE MUST DO THIS \\ftinfu. liFr.imc r,{ c^il&Iti orpAnie j lu-iluttiiiirfs, inTil l.ixalivfi frofinriitly, ! I ftvi-n-liHiH i-f llu* ileKririm ta-vtin,; ilinv- iiiX KHIU laxalivf lli^t onnl«irin n l^ixatix'o ingrriHcnl regularly nn-M-HLfd l.v [iliy- I si'iaiij. ^Vni ci,,-ir ilfllrfoiH lYm-a-minl, ; anil tlji.i clitwinp (3Ulrilmt« Ihf laxative ' ittprtilicnt muti^r \f-nty In If I lie itile>Une.s, thni giving a "full,' nmre natural nclion. \on-)ialjiL running rfn-a-niinl ne\tr . ahorki nnr irrilat^s(|rl|..il^or^.ini, Hnn'l fiilTtr''taxativ^ [brail." laVr l-rfn-a-ininl . lli«! n^L "<IanR.niiH day" lluil Marti : ua>le tri.iller pfii<on irfping ioio lh«» &ya- liin. 1'Vf n-s-iniut Ofinlaitia BH ri<.-lui'*Ai tn up>rl s1nin«rli or ilicL or lo £d .«.l«lr. "I)fl.iy" 11 it.tnseroiu—<li^\v I'ccn-x-minl. for conslipalinn. |.V&nJ Wi- -lUifiiijgiili, The guinea pig Is a rodent. Its nnmc ti believed to be a cotrup- which they feel is endiiii^evlnu r-x- istinei- of the film industry. rf-n',or..-hip. thpy dr-rlare, IB \wr- j fecily nil rifilil. P.m U rapidly Is' ipiiroaeliln-^ (he iHilnl where ev- •lythliir! pin. on the rcrfni is i-en- .oiTil by soniedne. And sm'h ei-n- -oi. f .hi|> ij: tetmed :m evil The whole irfiiib!" nppr-nrs lo ic In the fact dial a large nnm-i r of persons in this connliy feel | tial ilwv mnsl romlemn somc- hlnit. For years tlwy liattled i T?air.st linnor. hnt lo no avail. : Thev also found om. thai U didn't. '!•> mneit pr^Kl lo .shout nl>ont the : 'cliid nf h.nlilii" Milt:. i;lrls wear in (he hraehes. In fact, there !;,n'l vei-y much tell for (hem to r-niubat, f.o they're ill liopi>liiR on Old Mnn Movie— ami with rniltor terrifying results. Hence the $2.000.000 fund, which •vCI he spent In telling the public in n nice way thai a lol of old mcanies are irvlnR to lake their 'avorile cmeiialnmcm away from Ihom 'I'lic campaign al5O will Include r-vplniljiiion of certain films sueli ns "Treasure Wand" ulul "CSIrl of 'he l..lnibr-1-losl" as evidence Ibat 'he IndiiMvy Is aimliiE ul eleun cntertnlnment. There Isn't n producer In Holly wood who 'ir admit that some films, have ovprsiop\iod the bounds .- . nn of "cony pig." but the -inline) Jot decency. However. Ihe box of- MPithH 1 n rnny nor n pig. I fire, has proved a f.-ir bottc-r crn- Faclory Anllmrl/td FRIGIDAIRE SERVICE Utniilne l-Ylghlahe Pniir; l-'aolury Ttallied MecliniilcB Kenwmiilite Chnrges f)jy «7 •Phnnr. NlgM 4M Everett B Gee Sales Co. 487 M»ln St., niytlievlllt T, one of the chief reasons why I enjoy Chesterfield is (he fact that I don't get little crumbs of tobaeeo in my mon ill. Rarely ever do I find a Cluslerfield that isn't well filled. The tobacco in them seems to be of the right length, and they must be the right size because they burn right and smoke right. I like them also because they are milder. ^, ' H. li«in & Mvm Toncco Co.

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