The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1949 · Page 10
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.PAGB TEN BI,YTHEVrU,E (AKK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, .JULY 7, 1349 Municipal Judge At Spa Resigns "* Ti: Election Dispute /;!. Ends But Another '/- Balloting Is Sought '*»-• FAYETTEVILLE. Ark.. July 7— ,^^Pi— Municipal Juripp Paul Jameson •t'yestrrdny endPri controversy over "** legalii v of his election l>v resign- L '>' His resignation was submitted ^io the City Council sis [he Wash- > ing ton Circuit Court prepared to re•'i open hearing on foimer Municipat Judpe James V, peak's contest of Janip.-ion's nomination in tlie Feb. *, 19AS, city primary, Jameson sought to clear the way ;for nnother election, but the question immediately arose as to whether the council has authority to order such an election. t In offering his resianation. Jameson a.sked the council to call nri 'pfeciion aJitl said he \vould he a Vandidate. Ptak. who Jameson ap- pftarenly defeated it] ihc 19^8 pro- niay. .-said he would be a candidate if an election is railed. Procedure Checked City Attorney PI ice Dirks.oti i = investigating !o rietoi'minc- uhclher the council ran call a sperial election, or wnethf-r a judge mu.-t li- appointed to fill the vacancy until the next 'regular pled ion. Official returns from Ihe 1943 primary showed Jamnson had rie- f pa ted Ptak for the nomination. ame.son subsequently was pierced without op|io.=ition In the general election, but rneamvhile, Ptak had ( fUert a contest of the priinnry re; turns. At a hearing in which volin;? by University of Arkansas students was the princ'pal issue. Jameson was declared the nominee by the Wsuli- Texan Bock Home Hunting for House For Princess Wife AMAfULLO, Trx-. July 7. fAF'J — lip Texan who married the princess is b;itrk iji Arnarillo—huniinij 1 a place lor hi. 1 ? biidr- to live. | IL noerl i:ot bo a rasile--an ii|>sirt mem or duplex will rlr). 1 Clyde K. ILiiris, Hip AirwriNo interior decorator, .^aid his bride will join him horn <oon. The T(-xr.n manied Prince--* Cc cilie, daughter of Crown Prince WiHidni o( Prussia and grfai, groat Rtamidaughter of Queen Vn toria of Ktjglftnd. at HechUiKcn. Germany, June 21. Ham.s arrived in Amanllo Monday nif-ht. "CcciHe will bo. coming «i this country in about three v>Tf;^.s—I hope/ P.iirris said, "Papftra are now being prepared by the St;ilc Department ' She will come to the U.S. as .soon us !e»al technicaJirLc.5 are cleared, permitting her 10 en ter. I suf.s.s we're hki- any neuly mar ned couple no'A,' '.he Texan, a for (ner U.3, Army officer .said, "I'm Inn'Kin^ for a hnu.se, duplex or apartment uhoic we cnn make our home," Bandits Lock Workers In Retrigetatof, Rob Grocery Stor« of $200 KANSAS CITY, Kns.. July 7. (X 1 ) —- Two young bandits locked six employes of a grocery store in a refrigerator hei-*- yesterday and escaped with «200. The Iwn armed bandits forced John Good bar. the store manager, to open the safe before they locked him and five others iti the refrigerator. The employes were rescued from the refrigerator 10 minutes later when Robert Farley, another store employe, enter the store. LIQUOR 'PRICE-FIXING' 12 KKI.IC1IOIIS C'OOI'KHATIOX—The Rev. Dr. Jesse W. Stitt, HeUi pastor ot i lie Village Prrsbylet i;ui Chiircls in New York City, and llabb! Julian F|O£ .stand tn^t'thpr in (he fhuit'h. Roth conduct services in tlio cluircli. f-iuiated m Ciicoriw u li Villas', since the rtimTh'.s elders ollered loinporary snncluiuy lo thr Knbbf.s hdnicU'.ss Vilhice Temple, .\li.s. i-'iankljn D. Roosevelt rfHt'Mlly addicted a joint incelJny of worship" there. fAP Wirephotoi ArrheoloRists have found remains in Kansas Khich indicate that the int'ton circiii! Coin I. i Ptak appealed to the supreme '•(mil ;uui thai iribiinal niled that a further hearing should be lield three and loin-toed horses no lon^ei on some of the rules Pliik was noi "'an a Io\ terrier once made that \ permitted lo question. part of the country tlieir habitat. Dr. Benjamin B. Wells Returns to U. of A. Staff LITTLE ROCK. July 7— IH'i Dr. Benjamin 13. Wells, 'former dean of the University of Arkan.sa.s Htrhool of Medicine, returned to medical school here yesterday as head of ihe Deparumu of Internal Medicine. Or. Wells resigned as dean January 1, 1949. to tiecome researclt clivcctw ot the M. D. Anderson Hospital, Houston. Texas. Dr. W. c. Langston. medical school dean, said Dr. Wells assumed duties immediately upon his arrival. KVKKU1. AND KAIUTU.— Ona Hosack. (above', 18, who holds the title of Miss Firecracker of Huntin^ton H^ach. Calif., prepares to touch der the act. off a three-day Independence Day celebration at Hunungton Bench.j JI__._"._1_I_. fAP WirrpholoL Liquor 'Price-Fixing' May Be Unconstitutional LITTLE ROCK. July 7. MV"Just oifhand." Attorney General Ike Mmry thinks Arkansas' liquor price fixing act may be unconstitutional. He .said he xvnuld not Issue an official opinion unless he received a request from an official source But when asked for 1 comment on the 1949 measure, he pointed out that similar acl-s in other states have been invalid as restraint of trade. The attorney senei'al has been asked for an official opinion as to tire amVority of the state revenue commissioner to regulate prices un- Armour and Company Issues Fund Report CHICAGO. July 7. UP)—Armour and Company. m«at packers, departed for usual practice yesterday and Issued a midyear financial report. H showed a net loss ol W.512,- 634 for the 26 weeks ended April 30, com pi red with a net lass for the similar period a year ago of 51.156.131. F. W t . Specht. company president, said the interim report was made "in deference to the views ot a number of stockholders wb,o would like lo know at Intervals during the year how the company's business Is progressing," Heretofore, he said, only annual reports have been Issued because "in the lorepart of the year there are large accumulations of product and until these are sold through the summer months, results of operations are inconclusive." There are 8tf Certified Members of Our KJO-Bushe) Club In Arkansas! Top 1918 Vield 1«9 Hu. l»«r Acre, Certified! See yuur G-Hybrid Dealer OWENS TRACTOR CO HAIRY VETCH Kaily Shipraenl Kxpecfed. .. . PliU'e your order now for your requirements, lo insure your needs fom first car. Blytheville Soybean Corp. ['hones S56-857 Blytheville, Ark. Newspapers Show Gain NEW YORK. July 7. i..|'i— Newspapers are the only major media to show a (sain in national advertising in May over a year aRo, thr trade magazine Printers' Ink re i ported yesterday. National advertising in newspa. pets was up 13 per cent in May ' over 'he comparable month Las' year, the magazine said. F *K(ENDS gather, look fiver thnt long bonnet ;md wish they had as much Fireball life as you have here. They si/.e up (lie hroiul windshield ami narrow corner posts — and don't have to he told how these things step up "see-power." lliey appraise the smart styling, the roomy interiors, the usability of luggage space —and agree you've made a buy. Bui don't stop, please, with letting them look. Invite them in and introduce them to some of the special pleasures you'll know as a liuick owner. Ohow them, for instance, how completely different Dynallow Drivel is, with every mile cushioned by flowing oil and none of the rigid harshness of drrect- drive cars. Lei them sample the matchless Buick ride, with all four wheels cradled on soft, coil springs ami low- pressure lires made still easier-riding by extra-wide rims. Point out how solid this Huick feels. That's what you gel from husky frames, low-s\umg \\eight, and power delivered through a torque-tube instead of the rear springs. rW the truth is, this Huick's a bargain on much, much more than you can see. It's a big buy on the solid goodness a demonstration quickly makes plain. On increasingly Favorable delivery dales. On attractive price. On the kind of "deal" your lUiiek dealer makes. Ihat's why we keep saying "Hcttcr see ymu Buick dealer — and get that order in promptly!" ill. H'K n Inn f him nil I hi'in- ft-ntnri'it Sift imooffc OVNAHOW DRIVf • fUU.VItW VISION from tnlor s erf 8 !o>! <>.«<, • SWING.EASY DOORS qnd tnly ott«ll • "LIVING SCACf" INTERIORS wilb Deep.Crcrffc curh.onf - Buoyant-riding QUADftUFLEX COIL SWINGING . 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