The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1933 · Page 11
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PAGE TWELVE (ART- i OOTOBRR Special Session Next Month Will Seek to Modernize Government. DES MOINES, In. (UP)—Iowa'5 37-year-old governmental on'anl- ' >aiion and lax system are due for . rejuvenation In a special sessior of (he legislature in November. Tiie assembly also will subsume, for Iowa's ancient ••boned., !j»-.i a new licnior control rwU- in Mitlcipatlon of repeal of ilic- I8!h A:i:er.dniein. Recreantenion of the stale's lovtmmenla! mcchincry has ions b-r-n n dream of Gov. Clyde I. Herrins. He campaigned n yi-ar •''in on the Democratic platform urging rebuilding of ihe stale's augmented by a personal plank executive machinery. Drafted flan One of ihe governor's firs! acts was appointment of a special leg- .islaiive committee to draft n plnn for reorganization. He also secured the Brookinfs Insiliute for Governmental Research In VVash- .ington, D. C.. lo make a ihorouiih- L'oing review. The commiltee. under Chalrj>:an . Will P. Ulley of Des Moines. no\v i.s digesting ihe Brooking' re<-om- ir.endailons preparatory to presenting a report. In order to forestall a disorderly rout- in consideration of ne'.v ^liquor control la«- s in the spcelnl ..sewion, the governor ap(X)inied ; . special commission 10 study al types of existing Ifquor lasvs. • It Li believed the commission , This commission, headed by Maj Gen. Mnlthcw A. Tinloy. Council •Bluffs, la., has held public hearings at which every" conceivable p:an was considered.' Beau Brummel iNew Fall Neckwear A beautiful showing of the Beau Brummel line of Autumn Neckwear e m b 6 d y i n g the newer pattern developments. $1-81.50 New MEAD Cloth in Company) Chaplin New Rules Boost Price Of Nation's Junk Gold NEW YORK i UP)—Under the new Government, regulations the price of gold ims Increased about 50 per cent, the highest In over SO year.s. . ! The undo In old gold has receiv- i ''d Immense Kiliniihi 1 : and is enjoy- j ir.g an unprecedented br.wn. A wealth pf old told in thr> AUMIUAL, K.v.HI, IIKA'ITV IK Kiisl Sea !.,ir,l ..I 1 il;i> l:iiii:.| ; Aiiniiiuii;. .IAMKS UUI'MAN- AN n'as ihe uiily pri^idont M|IO was a liuliw uf IViin.sylv;ini:i. rliariiclcr. Ki|i Vii-i Winkle. h Ins J0-yi-.it- n:ji> in i lie i'A'1'S- KILL .MOUNTAjNtt vontiially will favor a plan whrri'- jy a stale rojnnil.s-ion '•>{ Ihree ipjiomtcd iiy Die sjiivr-: nor will idle liquor sales tlmv.^'h ^l<^l^- uid prlv.ilely o-,incd ill.\]»>nsirlrs. This plan. al.so n lavovte with Clovi'nior IIi'iriiiK, Is n n>inbihu- lon of Ihe Q',:cliec. Can. jit|uin control sy-sti-m and the Orr.tt ^y.s- ,em now ii'cd In s>'vituii. ; jjuniiiiL-ls may Ijr boii-.--niiii-. bin Hi!', on'- .ni.sn't for Chavlie ciinphn. Only or7T,rt'h7~!iJ";.leiiiciil« in ''" l! ' |1:l1i: '" :i riu!d:inl '«'••>'-<'«U-.i: o:;, ..[ I:,-,- be* smiles on Ihe film he universe i.s unknown: element c " l!1 " lKin - ' n -''-' *'•"' "»'""« '-»"<» : ' ! '"" l n -'V Sh'eu for Wall No. 87 is tt-oi-lli -1 inllliun dollars I): - slll '- v ' Mleki-y HOIIH' cre.ilor. in 'tK'lly.vuDd. Rumor long has "Oimtl. ' i linked Chaplii: :uid Mi^s Ciixltl.tid ;.-. ti-udi'it for Hie allnr. o to n ;r> I form of outdated Jewelry untl trin- i kets lies idle in private- homes ilirit- ' out the country, which now will bo brouk'lit into circulation. ' Special -udere have just been issued bv me Tiegsury DepSrlment regulatiii" l!ie pnichi.se oi old gold and protect- Ing its owners, Under the new n-n- ulations issued to n'lnl! jewelers of standing in their roinmimiiles, they are nutliorhed to buy old gold. In Hie form or orOKcn Jewelry, dental scrap, watch eases, ojitleal frames and the like, provided It has not *en melted, O nd lo buy gold In nelted form from licensed persom D«tail<d records must ue kept of >urchasfs, and repoits made to Hie Treasury Department every month According to Handy .it Uarmrtn! iaiioiKi! jjold rtliiii-ra. th:.-; yov- 'rnmcnt provision s.iould brins vast amounts of i/old i;u« ihi- market, and protects lhi : ci.Mi:-rs DICTATOR SHAVING SAll5FACTION"oUAB*NreCt> KRESS «<5 West *_STOKt Main St. 01 II Tuln> of Genuine Horsehide leather VESTS Chosen jor ,,irnl tiynl't Scronil /Inlnrclic fxpnliliunt Boys' Kibbed C'otton l.'niunr.. They've tint', lijilil. llroti-d. KibliL'il i--ollnn Sixes f, lit 10 Oxllide Jackets Lined! Made o! Mui'dy blue denim - barkffl \viili wann pavl wool litiiny. EXTRA HEAVY , Work Socks -35 One oi our bc>t- selling coiloti socks. W lii t c top, to:, fccel. Huys' Boots tiltick retnn. McKcc Hnoks n n d eyc.s. l.enther sole. H inch Men's Heavy Work Pants Cotion >vorstecl! • Assorted patterns. Ilight for Fall mill Winter weav. $1.49 Men's and Hoys' Canvas Gloves Buy yo;n MI, )^y r.owl IGcPair Coat Sweaters 1110', !>u a . \Vtirslcd! liihliccl Slitch Sport OniMl for many reasons Assortod colors Men's ("nrdnrov Tie Top Caps Lined with fin- in band. we;il!wr piiinf Sucdo leather Jackets fi^fe A liny tlnil no outdoor man can afford &£ Oft to pass up $0,yU Men's l.cathor, Caunllcl Af\C WORK GLOVES 4" Jlcn's Fleece Lined TfJC SWEATERS Oy Men's Big Mack I're-Shnmk C1 1Q OVERALLS 5)1,1.; Men's He;ivy WORK SHOES Leallier Soles Men's Composition Sole Scout WORK SHOES •Men's Composition Sole 16-Inch HIGH Cl'TS , E. PENNEY 220-222.W. Main Street .Men's Suede Clolh £ Shirts ^"rO 6 ^ A n v l\ niglu '" every .•'.pi! jm'\ P«'"t. in cut. in ,'/ \- ...J.' V.'JH make, in com- C&fk^l'r fovt T^ $1-29 Men's Finr Gftii/c Mercerized Solid colors Socks 19c Pr, Men's Cotton Union Suits $ A value you can't duplicate! Fine i ibbcd cotton! Good vvorkmmi- j-hlp throughout! 79c fisiunng them nn adeqiiatr priee for Ihe'.r yoltl. SALT LAKE CITV. Utah (UPl— Wllli nil I'lisagomem ring ilie ;:ole • immiir-rslilp fi-i: i-f.<iu;rcmeiu, the,' Civic Center, n woman's relief or-1 gnnlwuloi!. Ins opened n i-lass for I Insiriioilou In household manage- mem and rouiiiif i:\cks. A f;olf'lli)U> for r.zc\, Vi-ai- .._ HUGKW. 1 . Oie. 'L'Pl-SK-phen I!. oii'a'A'n eelr-li! nu d his Wrd bh'lt:- day by ploying 63 holes of golf. Before he started lie deelnrert lie',* Vonlcl noi .shool over 40 on any 1 *" round. His scores: 40-36-38-39-38. 38-40. Slrnwn playea. his nrst of golf on his Cflth birthday. HKMORHHOIDS tPlles) ciu- eil without the kniff. jjkln lanfcr, nr'ifOf.ti veins, tonsil', rrmoveil min-surglf ally. I5HS. NIKS and NIKS Office 514 Main Vhane. ug Blythcvillc, Ark. SIMMONS BEDDING W^EK YOU SHOULD CHOOSE ONE OF THESE FAMOUS SIMMONS MATTRESSES THIS WEEK 0 n ! y .Simmons Couttt Suoh Values. 29il Inner. Coils Nationally knmm <iuali(y low vrive. 2!)3 coils . . niii.iranm M-ienlifically coiuslnictiaii naliiinally tisfil liy Slnunnns. Compare These . l''ca( tires A maifres;; lonp known for its inniforl .mil duraliilily. And now u'illi <hesc imprnvemerls . . . lieu- damask covers u-itli Initlnn hift.s; .*> llountK more rnllon Ml; pre-built linnli-r fa-'tt'nrd In (he inner row uf coils. . in over n million homrs . . . 8.17 individually pocketed rcils deeply embedded ii: pure collon folt. New dainnsk covers. HUB BARD FURNITURE CO. Rlytheville, Ark.

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