The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1932 · Page 3
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NOVEMBER 3, 1M2 I.YTlIPJVfLliE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 25,000 Fascists Celebrate March on Rome Nearly Half of the States Already on Record Ai-ainsl Prohibition. WASHINGTON.—Nearly i'.alf ol Ihe 48 slates may have votiti anainsl prohibition through rof»r- cniia fcy the time Congress encsun- n-rs tlie svct-dry issue once mots at its shcri session this \viiu:r. This Is by far the biggest year fcr dlrW popular voles on ih? issue, and although only nine or 10 states are now in a position lo permit the sale of beer in case Congress l?gnl!/?s it tills winter, wet victories in November are likely to be needed by several stale i?K- Watures at (lieir lonhcc:ning sessions. A dozen stnte.5 will vots on their own enforcement acts or on tr.2 merits of til? eighteenth amendment. Tha-e whose voters will declare in mandatory or advisory referenda for :r against l:.e state coces are Arizona, California, Colorado I/suislann. Michigan, New Jersey, North Dakota. Orrgnn and Washington. Ti:c question of repealing the federal amendment is before the voters of Wyoming and Connecticut, while Louisiana voters will decide whether the state should petition Congress far V35iibmi==io!i. The wets, riding on tiie great tide of anti-prohibition sentiment reflected in the major party platforms, are just confident enough lo believe that they will win victories in all 12 states. Six .':tnlc.i already have repealed their own enforcement acts—New York, Nevada. Montana. Wisconsin. Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Maryland never had such an net. Illinois two years ago voted overwhelmingly for repeal of the state act and the amendment,'anrl •when the legislature sought to carry out the mandate it was balked by Ihe governor's veto. At the time of the Democratic primary this yoar. Texas voters cast their ballots three to one fo: resubmission. In addition to these 21 state certain others nro suspected of be- PAqETHREB PIE! GUILT! Chiivlcy Willell, Negro, Sentenced lo Three •ars in Penitentiary. leu doctors. negro, ttllO fire,I :i .-hot Kim at another neijro, hil hi;, tiu'Rct and two wlilu> boys, C!i;.-:i'il a plea of ismlly to HS- .v.'.i! 1 ID kill Ijoforo JiidRe Nefi Ki!'.":i!!li Iu oh mil rrliuiinil cnnrl hi-:.- ilits morning and wus ^ivt'ii lln " years In Ihe slate vx'iil'.cn- ll.m. Vi'Llut'x plea wns entered ait.'r coi iiltation with Ilidmrd Kulgli:. "]«: lined by tlir court as Ills can>-i'l. Tin 1 sluxiilni; occnrri'd In whr. is knoun us Galni'.s i|iiartcr ii"..inl weeks a^o. The two win 1 , to), received only slislif wound::. | f'li'siry Ward, nraro, was on liuil' Icd.iy cimrgod wlih assault tu 1 kili iioherl I'iKs. another 110.410. 'J'hi- .sliootlng ;ook place on ,1 pliuitaiirn between Dlylhevllle uml Ki'i! iibont a moiill: ayo. E J Hts Is .s;r:l so have thrniteni'd to give Ward n beating over un 85 cent <'"'): and the shcxjlln-,; followed. IMtiB. the Male':; Mm- witness, was Long Hits "Hooveriim" in New Orleans Talk NRW ORIGANS, Nov. 3 (UP) — Clmiges Hint President Hoover mid Andrew Mellon, secretary of Ihe treasury, Imvo "pnld out, $4,- (•UO.GUO.OOfl of Uic peoples money In lax refund.-; lo t)l(f covixini- tlous" were contained In nn ud'- drcss Inst ulxlii by Senator Hwy Ho suld (lure presidents luid served uiider "Uncle Andy" Mellon. •We've 6«t more food thai) 120.- PUO.OOO could CM In « year If we didn't nilse another IliInK, yet people ave sliirvliig. We linvs more cotton and clotting than we enn wear, and people (ire EOhiR linked. 'FhousniuLi of homes are stniKlins vacunl nml people nll M|]oH homeless. 'Flint's Hooverlsm," Long • snlil. . .1 or petitions signed by BUTTE, Monl. (UP)— Sentence.; totaling; v>,4CO years have been passed on 424 persons by Judga Jeremiah J. Lynch during his 20 years in office, n check of court record.! disclosed. An unlucky 13 of the number who appeared before Judge Lynch received life sentences to the slate prison.-while seven were condemned -to be hanged by the neck umll tic.ul." Of the seven, however, four HOME THEATRE I.list Time Today — "This AKO" wilh hncl the sentence commutsd to llfc- Imprisojiment, Everything; for Your Entertainment and Comfort RITZ THEATER Thursday and Friday Adni.-r-Matince—10 and 25c' Niflit—10 and 30c ; See A Different Typo of Picture '-Avcnly-five tnousand black-shirts, thousands hearing standardfi. crou - dc<i th.? li :^/:.:a Vejie^'a at Horn Itcly. as fehu\v:i here to pledije renewed allegiance to their leader, Premier Bcnitu Mussolini, at the cele-i in Mississippi nml unable lo al- traiioi! of the tenth annivcrrary of the Fascists' march on Rome. In Ihe inbtl. II Uucc i:; seen exhort-1 (end tlie trial, officers reported, inj ills followers lo hold fast to the gains ncconiplishril in the last decade. Me is wearing the- familiar I The third gullly Verdict returned black shirt with but cue decoration—that commemorating the march on Komi'. • !''>' !l J lll '.v S ' MCC ihv term opened Monday but the first without the re.'i.ivatlon ol n recommendation for suspended sentence- cr fine was vivcn in the case of Nolan Clark churned with embezzlement on two 'counts. Clark was given one you and!''"' onibcw.lcinenl of u qimntlt} Little Rock Primary Plans Still Unsettled LITTLE UOC1C, Nov. 3. IUP> — There was still some doubt today wheihi-r the city Djinocmllc primary cbcllcn will be held November 21) as M'hedulcd. A meetlni; of tl'.e city Dfmocralic ci'iitrol committee w.ilcli was to iiivc been held last night win culled olf. It had been called lo pass on the eligibility of 11 candidate:; who pak! their ballot, fees a rev, minutes before the ticket closea Enturcliiy bill who failed to Illu par- Wednesday and Thursday ing wet because of their choice of wet candidates in statewide ?lec- ticr.s, including Oliio, North Carolina and Maine. In Louisiana. Pennsylvania and Missouri th? legal ti^f- inalion of intoxicatinB bevsrapex Is depetiiieiu on the Volstead Act. Since 1920, the largest previous referendum year, the trend in .:uch popular votes has b3?n all to the wots, except for a sinjl: miner defeat. The general momentum 3f the wel tide lately has caused all r?f- a proposal which would have allowed intoxicating liciuors if and when not in conflict v:ith iedcral law. Tn the same year Montana re- Negroes to Meet Sunday lo Plan Relief Work nc^roos of Blytlieville pealed her state act, Nevada volod ]\iar.ity will have their own chin-|0f cn'.ton and ac(|iiltti>d on n for federal repeal and New York..jiy relief 01 Animation for thls| cr fmhvi'/icmeiit of an aiilo. Clark Illinois and Wisconsin voters de- j winter, Mr;;. Himnun Scford, c\c-| is '• resident of near Mimlla. and ' clarei for modincallon of ih? Vol- cutlv: secretary of the local Red Cross. \w; :inncui:ccd. crcnda. advisory and otherwise, to; mined by a small margin in 1028. he regarded as virtual mandates tn I Massachusetts that year vct?d for slate legislators anil ether olficiah. I repeal Some of the most ardent drvs in uicnl stead Act by large v majorlt!:s. The only iiibssquenl dry victory j A miM-iing is ID be held ?l the was that in North Dakota. w.:ure the state enforcement code was re- lepresented by Diehard Knight J. W. Wntkins, attorneys re Congress have long since agrcerl to abide by ths result of any referendum in their states. * 3 C Only four nf the bsl IB stale- vide referenda have been wen ty tire drys. and none .since 1928. Tn 192G Californi barely sustained her state enforcement act and the eighteenth Monlant voters refused ! Missouri by an overwh?lni- to re-enacl stale enforcement. Wisconsin voted for repeal of her stite act in 1929. Illinois voted overwhelmingly in 1929 for state and federal repeal as well as- modification, while Massachusetts and Rhode Island voted for repeal of th;lr state laws. The last referendum was the surpris- cfnlly admitted to the bar. Kawdiist lir.t'.oiti Dapti.st church I Guy Lyite was found nullly cf Sunday afKinocn, 1 o'clock, wlien: lobbery by a jury yesterday ami — i: given a iivo ymr sentence with prcmincnt while men will :n the intcivst n[ a drive funds. The male quartettes from Armorel and Dell will sing. This relief ori;nnlir.itlDn will \r. superviied by the Red Cross. Prtos ere to be awarded the girls r,^- jtnining the Ini-grsl number of memberships at SI cacli wilh I'dire for each $25 while these totting 50 members will receive n grand prize. llic rccommendntion Hull, scnl- ?iu'e be sus]>:uded durlntr yood be- luivloi-. I.ytle was convicted ot iwrlicipalin^ In _ the robbery of Frank Moore, employee of Bob Ilurri;;. A woman, believed io have been indicted In Ihe wimc rase. How Doctors Treat Colds and Coughs To IircaV up n cold bvrnlght Ivlicvo thi! coiiKC.sllon tliat maken yun 1 cmigli, llioliKnnilH [it ph)bicimw are! linw rccuiiniii'nillnn Cilolilm, tint hnnsralctis culunirl ronipouiiil tabletf* that K>VC yuu tbe effects irf calinnrI acid sails wilhout tlie unpleaiint ttfott.s lif either. One or two Cnlotnli.s it Mllme wilh 11 class of xweet milk or water. Noxt mini yont colil lias vanlaliril. your iti'iii Is tliortiunldy pnrliieil and ym> mi 1 ffdlnir lino with a hearty >p|>rtito for hrrukfesl. Kat what jou wlali,— no dnitgcr. , CulolnlM nre sold In lOu and 350 |in L 'kn S es at (Iriif ttucea. <Aiiy) I ing vote. "Colorado voters rejected inj; wel victory in T-^xas this year, ropeaivi In Peru about 1531.' Is misslns. Alexander and Cooper ic|:rcsented Lylle. A high fchcol clans, com)»scd of n score or more of students, headed by N. F. Moore, teacher, at- Pctntoes were first seen by En- ] tended part of yesterday's ses- <l in. — Matinee and Xignt — 10 und 25c COMING — "All American" with Richard Arlen. "Bill of Divorcement" with Jnhit Hiirrymore. "Hlcssucl Event" with I.co. Tracy.' . "Ciibin in tlie Cotton" with- Iticlnird Kni'thelcmcsH. "Movie :0ra/y" with Harold 1-loytl. TH E slcn. Hi. 14 THE JUGGERNAUT OF THE JUNGLE "Nature in the Raui"— as portrayed by the famous imimal painter, Paul Bransom ,.. inspired by the savage charge of the African rhinoceros crashing throtigh tfieuntamedj'imgi'c. "Nature in the Raw is Seldom Mild" — and raw tobaccos have no place in cigarettes. No raw tobaccos in Luckies —that's why they're so mild E buy the finest, the very finest tobaccos in all the world— but that does not explain why folks everywhere regard Lucky Strike as the mildest cigarette. The fact is, we never overlook the truth that "Nature in the-Raw is Seldom Mild"—so these fine tobaccos, after proper aging and mellowing, arc then given the benefit of that Lucky Strike purifying process, described by the words—-"It's toasted". That's why folks in every city, town and hamlet say that Luckies are such mild cigarettes. "It's toasted" That package off mMd L»ckl«« RED fc WHITE STORES Interested Service at Red & White Stores—Always SARDINES -" 3 for 25c Red & While ... 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Package for Dltte & White I'KAS HANANAS HMENTOES Red & White Can •I Pounds for 2 for JORN FLAKES Ueri & White ICC four Favorite Cereal. 2 Pkgs. for iv 19' FIG HARS IftC SOAP POWDER Pound 3 for 1A IV Prices for Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4-5

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