The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1933 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 26, 1933
Page 7
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BLYTHEVTLLB, (ARK.) COUHIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN vj Moslcy Directs New Fascist Parly Next General Election Will Reveal Strength oi Eng? lish.Black _Shirts. BY MILTON BRONNKR NEA Stivlce Staff Curmspondtnl LONDON-^John Bull has a slight case of Fascism. Whether the ailment will become serious or whether the doctor* will catch It in time iind cure tho old gentleman 10- ma!ns : to be seen. Nobody in Great Britain is surprised; Everybody has recognized that with Nazl-lsm raging like a plague in Germany, there was im minent clanger of Us spreading. Tie British Unioil of Fascls'.s was formed by Sir Oswald Mosley a year tigo. This organization started in small quarters, but mw occupies a big four-story building In the Chels;a section of London. Here ore offices where typewriters and telephones are busy all daylong. Here arc dormitories where tome 100 members have tlielr quarters at night. Here Is a canteen | where they lake their meals. Here! is a large courtyard where there 1 ure autos and motorcycles ready for an iristant gel-away. Italian Fasrlsm Appeals To Ttem Most The British Fascists have «referred to ape the Italian rather than the German brand of Fascism. They have adopted the Iial Stria mlllltry routine Is maintained at the new Headquarters 01 Sir Oiwald Mosley's Pisclst Party til cnelsea, London. Guard u> mouiucd and cnangcd three time* a da V- slr Oswald personally dl reels all movements of his "ti-osp Hefe (hc .. B[ . lt!sh Mussolini" is shown (left! Issuing ordois cf the day to two of Ills offlccrs. :. Ill man. ' sponMWHty at the flag's dlsnppenr- >,ie condition of Junior Barnetl, inci;, -Harry li. Culdwell, maimicrl who 1ms been ill for some ilmo of tno hotel'In which the convt-n- fniii] u Cull he suffered a few weeks tlon wns held, conducted un ex ago. Is worse. s i~..ri..« — i. lenslvo scniTh until lie finally located !he emblem, U was adorn- ini the wall ol » tpetk«uy. Cat-Raccoon Pet Oi Utica Family niNCUIAMTON, N, V. (UP) — J ll'stc-ry teachers attending » coii-l utlCA, N. y. (UP)—Muggsy, the venllon hero were »dvUtd to re»il unit ptl In the Gordon Kocliler lislory Teacher* Given Tip on Instruction , . . , unit p«l In the Gordon Kocliler newspapers and tench history iiomc, Is no ordinary kitten. rs an enc backwards by Clyde R. Miller of lln Bureau ot Education o( Col'. ". i~";;v "', • Ulllvc '' slt >': (, and' In (ant, Mugusy Is " wily, camelltliiK virtually unheard o( but she seem* to be proud of her working backward Is tin psycho-. ulral nnrt nmurni nnnrnirh i/irai nun natural ninroacn. DonoimcliiR those American his- 1 , ' ., , Outwardly she ; declared lh:it imiiils can under., Island tlio Ulller movement "only :!j'f they rend the nmvspapevs dally and work buck through recent -ears to the World War and Into! 'he economic and political roots! c war" - Wnc>: n i'om- a iom- «vi» \i-ill ntn u ruv- .HM tn stroke Amphibian Duck Boat Designed by Utahan BRIGHAU CITY, Utah (UP) A speed boat equipped to Irnvcl on land, cr In walfr, driven by »n air profiler, has been nearly pcrtucl- " " ** & *~ '**? ~"~~"""""~n ed by Emll Johnson. On Speakeasy Wall Constructed so three rubber tlvcrt I wheels may lie rals:d Ih' , Y. (UP)—The water line,' the vehicle cnn Iravc . ^,,..,n-, v, ilie'w. O. T. U.i30 mP.cs per hour on land or water •i-hicli disappeared during the 60th | He designed the model In b* aiimiiil New York Slnlc convention: lake City Slid expects to iisc-l has been returned to the oreaniffli- ! dining duck limiting senscn lo p.n 'V. C. T. U. Fla? Located i JAMESTOWN, N ' ••fHcinl banner of l u (Ion over marsh, Inkts or dry land. Goes hand in hand with MILK wec-k oui clean il i ina . Georgu Thuri), promin- domi'Htlc science IwUirer j IB comlucling the Cour- New« Cooking School this <, uses and recommends milk. She limls it pure, and healthful because free from disease-carry- uerms. Dtlitiered 7u ce Daily Craig's Dairy Phone 74 spoiled darling of the conserv- canbldates,' the vote • an so, Mrs. Ray Oliver :\nd veal' M. Bloomer of Cane Girardeiui lCU MR»1HJB «i v*i" w-«i-- • *•—-.. Then-he became an IriSe- f-ccurale employment, pay 25 cents per month dues. Tliose out of work pay 8 cenip. Some members, who .belong W the strong-arm squad, which protects Fascist speakers at their meetings, are a regular paid bodyguard of muscular young athletes. They are not armed. John Bull would "no 1 , stand for that. They use their fists, il necessary. Anybody tryirig to interrupt one ot tlielr meetings is given the grand rush. house 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. To Best and family this week. A 9 3-1 pound daughter was bor'i Monday night to Mr. an/I M».> Claude Edwards. The child ha.' ly Pinkston'drove to'Pocahon- been.'christened Sylvia Ann. . j Ark,, Saturday on business, Miss Georgia Mae Best accom paiiled Mrs. P. G. Mon "iflss Goldla Slayton to Cane Gir . • NeWS i\OieS pendent and, later, Joined the LIT strength, bov Socialist party and'-even held, office In their government. Break-1 ing with them, he has now founded I ..5 own party. i He is not only a very wealthy; j; young Bffrsnet, but. Inherited much ta s nlJU oal . ulul tj ull unamcaa, •••— ° --money Irom his late wife, Lady • spending the night-with his sister, paiiled Mrs. P. G. Oyntiila, who was a daughter of 1^,5. Frank Foster.' "'" ""'•"" "'-""" —.•• 1 ----- - i vjordon.Taylor and W. S. York 7^ r e n ^^.^ r mi^~" ii^Lr^ to JSsa Sar^ I -He is. the only known angel of, visit with friends here, main piariK* are. _-^ f m .. tfi , r^h*™ m^« H« nhh^r^'. • ,l . . . ^,_,.-.-.-.... For King and Empire. Serve the state and not-any party. patriotism and diEcipluic. Oppcse R»dkals and CbnservatlTfs But .tliey revile Communism, a tack sociafoin, and have utter contempt : for tha old Liberal.and Con- serv»live parties. They deny lha_ theyiare anti-Semitic like the Hit- leri^bl But on Sunday evening; when people come out of the movies in Plccadlly Circus and Lslceste. Square there have been frequen', clashes between Jews and Black Shirts. Sir Oswald Mosley is the found- He is the DUM, the Fuhrcr of the outfit, but as yet his merry men -._ outfit. There may be other ecrstly contributing funds. There certainly seems "to be no lack of cnsh. Humor went the rounds thai Laay Houston, an eccentric multi Mr. and Mrs. -B. W. Stivers vis- ;ev. J.-L. rmkwm-visllert-Suii- jtcd Sunday wllli day With-his-daughter, Miss Naomi, J 1 ^ S r f,'ri vl-? a; student; h;t. Jonestoro - Bapiisl ^f'J^i forrSso r n c'time" but Is '"Mrfvor'iii-. Workman was in Mrl- »P W !n-P«>"ng. j-iduy iiunaiw«, «n wv-viivnv. inui" j ; jvirs. voryi-wui'Miiau «na in cw^- .- • •- . inillionairefS, was also contributing Ugcville Friday .nighl. - SuDt. anu Mrs. W. J. Mvers anci t to the British Pascal cause. The! Mrs . No i,| c . capehan shopped daiightci- pixie. Jean arrived home Brttjsh Fascists' most powerful and jam) aUen'detT to -business in Kem- Tuesday afternoon niter u tnrec ^_ _ i iici iidiijiiyck . "•»•- ---i ures, biit" ciainTtheir or'sanlzatiou p^rVuts "Mr." and Mrs! Raidl. They for "the week end They s rapidly.growing all ovcr'Brttain were accompanied-home by Little- guests of-Mr. andjurs. If Anybody Knows Coffee Its A Chef I Four Leaf 1 COFFEE Is Used in Score* of Hotels a n cl Cafes in This -Territory. The mo:.t seven: test to \ddcli a collce can be put js to «L've it lo ciife and hotel i)atrons. They aru (julck to criticize, but are also quick to appreciate a fi>ori cnp of codtc. Four L«af Colfee has proved its popularity In this field during the past live years, during which time It. hns also teen uted exclusively in the annual Courier News Cool;- Roasted Fresh Daily By Central Cofiee CO, lilylhuvillu, Ark. Sizes 11 to 20 And ;!G to -12 Smart OOL FROCKS 4 and-JTwo Ricee Styfas \-. Modeled at the Cooking School Today Be careful that you don't choose -x frock that's .wild and vvooly. We have the ones that are chic, but..conservative. And. in a wool .'dress,.that's-what.yow want, for you practically live in them an 'fall and winter. There are jerseys, and tweed -effects, soft rabbits' hairs and nubby wools. You 11 adore every one. S 5 ' 16" NEW YORK STORE WOMEN'S, MISSES' Tub Frocks Silk Socks 39c Fast color, vat prints. Another l:r every dress that fades. Men's Flannel Pajamas 2 piece style. Stripe patterns, cul roomy Jackets $1.49 1.29 Canvas Gloves ICcPair Men's Domel Flannel SHIRTS In serviceable colors, i" warm, soft cotton mater- ials. Coat style, 'i roomy pockets. Socks 3 I'air for 25c 79C I'ay Work Socks DOUUI-E ULANKBTS 70 x 80

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