The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 28, 1934 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1934 PRESIDENT (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS PAGE tnHEE Bridge Leap With Son Frustrated Digest Poll Shows Roosevelt 5 Per Cent Stronger Than in 1932 Roo;evell comtmifs to lead bv more than 3 n '2 in tlie £cmillnnl ret inns of The Literary Digest poll on the New' Deal, according to the tabulations lo IK published In this week's issue of Ihe magazine. Vermont Is the only one or tl:e forty-ei^lil states winch votes majority against the inx-sklent's nor. anil' policies. Sixty-one per cent of tlio ),- 508.8C1 voles now wtlitM express I'.ppt'ovfil of Rco^pvoli's program. The vote so fur Is 920,357 for the New Deal to !J88,M4 against it. An "Analysis of How Voters in This Poll Voted in 1DM nml Ilo'v They Vole Now" reveals lhat Roosevelt still liold" •! oia of 5 of his lormrr iirtluwnts and eains more than I out of every 3 Hoover voters lo las' support, which gives Koo:cvcll a nut gulii of S.fili per cent from the forty-eight states us a whole. A comntirison of Hie cuiTeia re. turns with the previous week's tally shows lhat the president's majority in ihe poll has been reduced, in the District, of Columbia and in every state except Louisi ana ami Montana though the| lo-Tes in ratio are fractional. Eleven states give Ihe New Deal ri majority of 55 per cent, or less. Einhtson states and the 'Dislrict of Columbia show a 55 to 05 per cent affirmative vote In the poll. Twelve other states show a majority for tlie New Deal of from fin (o 75 per cent anil seven additional states, all In the south, Five the uresiilent a voie of confidence of from 3 lo 1 to nearly 6 to I. A comparison of Ihe ratios in [his Nciv Deal poll with the official vote Roosevelt received 1932 indicates that he has gained favor in twenty-five slates while he loses popularity in twcnly- three oilier states, which are mainly in the soiilh and midille- weslern agricultural districts. The second report of the special poll conducted amone the lawyers, of ihe nntion fives a vote, of Iti.- 869 for ihe New Deal lo 1-1,785 iigninst it. However, a majorilj vote of disnpproral Ls noted Ir twenty-four states. The second report of the special j clergy [Kill shows that the minis-'. ters continue to vot? in fav-r nf I the Nc\v Deal hv 12,318 "Yes" bal- lols to 10.089 "N'o" ballots, which is a slight decrease in ratio for Kcosevell's ads and policies over the prior report. The first, returns of a special |x>ll among the educators of Ihe nallon Rive the president a majority vote in all forty-eight states and n combined majority hliher than In the main poll or any of the several Literary Digest special polls. This expression of approval, it. is stated, is "five times as strong as was the mar- Kin of disapproval hi the banker-' ballots." ] Of the 12.267 ballots received- from educators and teachers, 8,-! 220, or 07.CC per cent, are marked' "Yes" for the New Deal while •!,HI arc registered "Ho." Mao, 71, Climbed Mt. Rood PORTLAND, Ore. lUH)-St«ep ridges and rugged rocks of 11,225,foot Mt. Hood hold no terrors for Judson Allen, Cottage drove, 13. Just 10 prove he was "73 years young," he climbed ihe mountain Kith thiee younger coinpaiiioiis and was the first to reach the summit. Yoothi SUrt Nenjnptr PARKVILLE, Mo. vUP)-Fift«n cents capital, a Jol^prcss and several fonts of type plus Iwo energetic boys and you have Ihe start of the Summer Spectator, n biweekly newspaper. The publication reported a good profit for Ihe flvsi month and Ihe circulation has readied the 200-mark. Borum's Great Pint Event Phone 122 'J'lie eficil of .Mrs. liaolifi Kutlon (iiliovfil. author oT iKo .liiilj Bollon uiVL ii'iy Mm K-S for Kirls, tn i-otiunlt suk-iilo with tier three- p ed (.'.•>! rUns rostrninec) iier Just aa she \v:is uliuni lo leap froiti New York's Munh:ii(niL Hnd^e with licr child tit lior Ki-ins. She w:m ills* liiicti'd, pntieft .enid. liecnusu pliy- Bicinns £ftirt tec? son's muteness W3* i»cural»!e_ " Held as Robles Kidnap Suspect Snspooted or the .lime Roblea kiilimping in Tucson, Ariz., Don Rodriguez. 23, Olobc v Ariz., 1s sliown hero in I.aJunta, Colo., an lie was held for .questioning by Arizona officers. Rodriguez iraa captured In Rockylord, Colo., by a banker wlium h9 tried to kidnap, police say. Buffalo Skulls Found GREAT FALLS, Mont. (UP) — Hundreds at blenched buffalo skulls, found on high reaches of Hie Rocky Mountains belie the contention lhat buffalo were hab- lUinlly a plains animal, according to Forest Ranger L. J. Howard. One Pint Sale Buy Ihe I'inl Size and Save During tin- Pint Sale 50c Pinnt Milk Magnesia 39c 39c Pint Rubbing Alcohol He 60c Pint Doubk Distilled Witch Hazel 33c 90c Pint Pure Virgin Olive Oil 69c $1.00 Pint Beef Iron & Wine 69c $1.50 Pint Super D Cad Liver Oil : $1.19 $1.20 Pint Syrup Pepsin 98c $1.CO PintLysol 79c 75c Pint (14 oz.) Listerine 57c 50c Pint Hand Lotion 19c 39c Pint Cucumber Lotion 19c 39c Pint Olive Oil Shampoo 19c $1.00 Pint Thermos Bottle J , 59c $1.00 Pint Pepsodent Antiseptic 79c $1.00 Pint Cod Liver Oil 69c 50c Pint Kreso Dip 39c 25c Pint Welch Grape Juice 19c 65c Pint Fly Spray 39<f 59c Pint Sol-59 Mouth Wash & Gargle 49c $1.00 Pint M & 0 Oil 69c $1.50 Pint Petro La«er J : ,..,,. $1.19 50c Pint Castor Oil 33c Every Day Fountain Specials at Borum's COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES K LIBERTY CASH GROCERS f Closed All Day Wednesday, July 4th I Spgcjals_for Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday • PEACHES Htmu ' <lWfc (; iui" or 4c POLE BEANS 3ic ERESH CORN " i "' (l 2ic LARD '' "'•" lir 0mi|M)limi - 'IWI» QUALITY, I'miiul - I WOO K HUM), I'ouml ic - 2«f - 28f SQUASH ..... lie SPINACH ..... . Tic SPARE IBS" SUGAR '" Sic 47 c MUSTARD M Z, tJ a, lOc GRAHAM CRACKERS *& 21c UI>MC! Milk l-Vtl. Kull Dressed 4 "f 1 ^ IlilniJ Pound L izC ENGLISH PEAS 12ic COLESLAW Mmll '^ shI) S t ISc POTATO SALAD Mmk ' Krest l.S ily IS c BARED HAM """" 4Sc LIVER CHEESE BOILED HAM Murre! 'V;± CHEESE ' I'onnd Wist'onsiii No, 1 Co u nil 18c 37c 17c WEINERS FRANKS or R01 S A 12c PIMENTO CHEESE OCTAGON SOAP 30c lOc STERLING a « te ««" M -- 1 3i. c TUNA FISH COFFEE VmnAm8mmy SS t 29c HAM slirc(i Kn " Cllt mil( , 20c CUCUMBERS Cri ^un d 4c BLUE BUNNY FLOUR TOMATOES " ;xtr!l rancy - H ,"oT n d (:rown 4ic : t SHORTENING WW|C " lllmc K;! 1 , : £' DUCKS ""'• 18ic JELLO A " 5c CORN * CMUm lOc ASPARAGUS TIPS 1Jbby>8 S? k l^c Jumbo Sodas (The Orieiral) C 1AC IU Summer Plate Lunch • iDutch Sijk) Meals, Cheese, Sal»a, To- mitoes, dives, Pickle. OCC Drinks Included .... *"' (Our Banana Split Resular) SUPER SUDS , ,,, k a K c S 15c LARD wilsfln>s ljmA J:!i IS! : : : : SSr ICE CREAM SALT SPRING CHICKENSSJjy-'^c CERTO ^^ rtj ^«»£f£ 27c lOc I M1LK_ OLEO 17c lOc APPLE VINEGAR HHllK Slof g l8c To F.ultrtaiii Oiitomcfrisls TORONTO. Out. (UP)—The <!7lh annual congress of Ihe American Oplomelric Association, to be held here during the week of July l. will bring approximately 1.000 Unilctl Slates, British and Canadian optometrists and Iheir \vh°es lo Ihe cily. il is estimated. ' CT1ICOPEE, Mnss. CUPl — The dert: of the Ciilconee board of rejistrnis ot voters fitatt'jcl to pronounce it, Ihen gave up the idea, \viien he pulled Ivom the box the name of Alexis Pappatrianafiillo- poulos, merchant. * WASH OUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win feck Pep ... Vi3«r ... ViUlity MttCral tathoritjes SCTC# that ytmr kid- neyi eonttin 15 MILKS of linr rab« or filtcri which Vclp to purify Ihe blood and ketp you healthy. If you bav-c (rouble with too frequent Uadder paisaR" w 'th scanty omouni cam- tng jtHij-mtg and discomfort, the J.S MILES of kidney lubes need u-arbinc out. This d*n- pcr sJ?nil may \*> the bccinninr of cnjfrin? bacVAohf. let- P-iin?. loss ofptp and vitality. SfLlintr up nisMs, tumbaro. swollen feet a-d AnMts. rheumatic pains and diziineis. If xnlricys don't empty J ^ints every day anrt ect rid of -1 poumls of wute m.ilter. lour body r. iU lake up these poisons caiisinjr scrio-js trn-.iVlr. li may knock you out and, ]&y you up for many montrn. Don't wall. Ask your druy^st for DOAN'S PfLLS . .. a doctor's prr?cripl[on . . . which has been user! iuc«nfully by milJions of luilney »u(- fercrs for n\ir JO years. They give tjaiclt relief ar.il wiil ho])> to majh out Uie IR HILES of kMnty tu>y.f. But don't take chance* with strong Onms or Eo-calted "fcirtnry ciirrs" that claira to fix you up in 15 minuter for they tr.« r seriously injure and Errilatc ilelicatr tissucn. Insist on DOAN'S PILLS . . . Ihc ol,l re!iaWc relief thai contain no "dope" or Kihii.forming • anisrs. Oc »ar« you cet DOAN'S TILLS •t rourdruKist-O 193^ Fosttr-Milburn Co. FINAL JULY CLE ARAN CE SALE Just at this time when you are planning your vacation we do our part by. culling our prices within the reach of everyone. They were cut drastically for pur June Sale, though in order that we may clear our racks entirely of all spring and summer merchandise, just at the time when this type of merchandise is very much,in demand, we are making the FINAL reduction. Note a few examples quoted below: Final Cut On allWhiteShoes All Vitality Health Kord Laces, Eyelets and Linen Suits & Dresses Pastel slmdcH, £4.95 to $7.75 values. July Clearing. $2.95 $3.95 $4.95 1 Group White and Pastel Shades in Summer Crepes In summer crepe, $5.95 to $8.05 values. July Clearing $3.95 & $4.95 «.'\ '(- ' DELICIOUS Hot Weather Specials Served Daily BLACK CAT COFFEE SHOrPR Prices Reasonable 1 Group Dresses Suits Sheer ami acetate crepes in navys, white and pastels. Sport town frock line included. Wonderful values. July Clearing $7.75 $8.75 $9.95 1 Group Spring Prints & Polka Dots $4.95 to S7.75 values. Julv Clearing $1.98 & $2.95 $3.95 & $4.95 Voiles & Organdie Dresses |1.95 to ?2.D5 values. July Clearing 98c $1.48 & $1.98 Hats Any spring or summer straw, ?1.00. All crepe and felt hats in white, $2.69 to $2.95 values. Julv Clearing $1.69 Shoes $6 values All Vanity Maid and Other Makes White Only, '$4.50' and ,$5 Values $2.95 You have a long time to wear white shoes, and too, look how much you save N One Lot of Summer Shoes, Broken Sizes On Table. Values Up to S6, at $1.00 and $1.95 NEW ECONOMY SHOP Ingram Bldg. Phone 954-W ORANGES 1{cd Bal1 - 20c BEEF ROAST K - c - Si S, s lrS BELL PEPPERS ,,.„ lOc PUFFED WHEAT, Pkg. .... 9 C MUFFETTS. 1'iickngc lOc EXTRACT VEAL CHOPS 0rR '^- ( kS12ic CANOVA SPICES AlllfcEB S*" 5c ROSEDALE PINEAPPLE S .'„ GROUND BEEF n S 6ic CANTALOUPES lOc BANANAS Kip * K TLd 5c Sd-AP N p - & °- <>r Crys , t " 1 Wh " c 11 -r> Vjv>J»l ;{ (iinnt Iliirs JL M§ v ^TAMHARft I'OTTEI) MB AT, 2 Cnns - - He ijl/ilWrtltU VIENNA SAUSAGE, Can.- - Jk- PORK STEAKS ^^i,^" ISc BAKING POWDER .^L 19c 13c Cumuy <>r Pnlmnlivc ;i LIMA BEANS 13c CORN FIELD PEAS ,,„„ 6ic M II K IfllLIi 1>et - or Lihliv 3 Large or <i Small Cans 1 Q-» li«7C HONEY DEW MELONS E , h I7c GRAPE NUT FLAKES - 2 17c SALT MEAT 7c oiilisk - 5 20 Lhs. - - - 95o i'i No. 2>/j C;tn I7c _ROSEDALE, No. 2'/ 2 Can - - - - I5c t. - - - 75c )oz. - - S5c MASON FRUIT JARS E House or Chase & Simborn. found BACON Swif( ' s Oriole - 16ic CORNFLAKES. '™ orP S5r7*c MERR1MAC SALMON J SNOW (DRIFT at? S : : : S OK SOAP 23,C Miss - Count v No. 2 Can SALAD DRESSING d e " n t PEAR UBBY, No. 2'/ 2 Can lOc 11 A1ISS CALIF., No. 2',i C;m - - - - lac TOILET TISSUE Scot ' Ro ,, 7ic 11.1k. Gal gQ c Pi 01. 13c LETTUCE 7c COFFEE 22c G rown SALT ll/2lAI>ackaBe Each 34c LIBERTY DRINKS 1 ll/lVLEo Quart .lav 13C TOMATO JUICE ^^"^*$ c PINEAPPLE JJJICE No .?£„ 12c OHBOY Concen(rate - MnkcsA Bo?S on 10c All Crisp 1-Lb. Box 10c v 2-Lb. Box ISet*: SG ! - l)S - ss - 25 ! 12 ! ' bs - 49c .)8 Lbs. $1.70; 24 Lbs. 85c Rosedalc Quart Jar

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