The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 25, 1946
Page 7
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THURSDAY, APItU, 25, 194G James M. Malone To Oppose Laney Former County Judge Promises To Make Aggressive Campaign IJ'ITU! ROCK. Ark.-Jamrs M Jim Mnloiie, former Loiioke coun- 'V Wise, today iiiiuounccd his candidacy lor iho Democratic nomination of eoi'enior In [he comim' primary. Judge Malone. in announcing "Is candidacy, snid he was ncccpt- 1"K the challenge of Governor Ben Uincy as curried in the press over In,; week-end for an active campaign "to win" and that by conducting an aclive and :igi;rc.s.slvu campaign throughout the slat c Malone agreed II would aid the nro- scnt state chief executive in solidifying his own forces "which up to the present Lancy admits he Had been unable to do." The Lonoke county man, n former president, o f the County jnel- RPS Association in his opening Ktalenient said the slatc administration for the past two years "has been coasting under the assumption that a business man's administration has been conducting the - affairs of state." He promised his supporters tint he would conduct a campaign on a platform that called for (he "elimination of false economy as practiced by the Lancy croup in the belief thai the state does not exist to make money but to serve the best interests of (lie people :is a whole." Mnlone charged the current administration with '-bungling and buck passinfi" in it's failure (o relieve (be deplorable highway conditions that exist throughout the state." He added "the naming of a business men's committee by the governor to advise on ncede-l road repairs and new construction is n .scheme to avoid responsibility and has no meaning \vliat- so-cvcr." He also stated that "Lancy's attitude toward rural and farm to market roads has been one of complete failure." He charged that the administration has made no effort lo provide employment for rcturninn war velcrans and tliat it lias failed to Five relief to old-age pension croups "despite the governor's campaign promises to help them." "Furthermore" Die candidate slated, the current administration has done nothing for the school teachers of the state despite promises to them of relief during the 1945 legislative session. Malone was born on March 18. 1S101 at Plnmervillc. Arkansas. He is fhe son of Hie late A. D. Malone of thai town and was educated at Hcndrix College. Conway, and the University of Arkansas. • Malone was married, in 1824 to Sites" ' 'Aclelc Wilson, "Yell -county resident and the couple have three children. James Junior. Yeoman Second Clar>s of the Navy now in service in the Pacific and two daughters 12 and 15 years of asje living at the family home in Lonoke. The candidate first held public office in 193C when be was named to fill oiit the unexpircd a county judge in Lonoke county. He was re-elected for four terms completing his .administration of the county's affairs in January 1S145. During his |im c as the business director of Lonoke County. Malone served for seven years as president, nf the Arkansas County Judge's Association. Malone will open a campaign headquarters al an early date. The shoes on your feel look about an hour lo make, that being I he average rule per pair per worker. WHAT MAN can understand how • JTOMM urtferc distress fr«n* Adopts French Baby with he , T y , Wllslimiilot1 ' °- C «'«' Detroit, Michigan, poses w ,, »>o"th-old adopted baby Patrick following (heir nl ,-lval m Washington from Paris, Prance. Ml* Harlev. hearing from f,Vend how easy it was to adopt a baby in Europe, arranged o BO 7o K ot as a correspondent and after running lnlo nmm , dif , jclllt > ° ^, (AliK.) COURIER NEWS - Veterans Representative To Visit Leachvif/e Wylmnt tr. l'o|». contact, re- prrscjilniiva or (he Veteran* Ad- mluliitraUoii will be ut Lcroy Carter's Office, , ( t U'nrlivllte, bc- Iwecn the hours of B:00 »nd 12 Noon, Saturday. The iHiriwse of the KO visits Is to assist the veterans of nil wni'.s and their dependents In filing any claims for benefits administered by Hie Veterans Administration, or for Kivlujj i-rnmtl Intornmlion on related subjects as may be »v«ll- nbie. Tills service Is purely for Hie " efil of the veteran; | 0 H G»I.1I with Hie problems tliat me on with the veteran and is tiered without cost. It his been lied out. CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! fror u quick M |« wt me i hav , b , f " 'Ithe HvrruK<> American funilly consumes about „ |>ound nurt * hair of spices each year, n l| of whleh are Imported, .says ships miigwlne, OI the estlmiilrcl 50,000 tons, almost one-third Is pepper. One-thliieenlh of an indivliliml-.s body weight consists of blood. her late thirties also announced that she had"pickc(l"oul a tinv baby g,r, for adipuon and had arranged ,o have it brought "o he, m America when old enough. < NE A Tolcpholo.) 20 Years Sees Many Building Developments It's 20 years since (his country hns seen a building boom, anil much has happened to houses since then. Don't let anybo'dy tell you there have been no advances in homes. Here are a few that your father never thought of when he built Ins house, says "Practical Builder." Chicago, but which you can have in yours: dcpaitmentiVed or dual purpose bath, insulating windows planned upstairs laundry, circulating fireplace, picture windows, planned storage areas perfect comfort, heating systems' summer and winter air condition- Ing, adequate wiring, concealed indirect lighting, full insulation positive ventilation, silent switches, circuit breakers "instead of fuses' hardwood plywood, sliding doors! double-duty rooms, sound conditioning. Jc These arc just a lew of the new 1 U | things, but that isn't all. Dozens and dozens of better materials n ,-e available today, and probably most i important, houses arc better cle-' the ime.\pired""te"n'n'"o7 f lE " ed for comfort, maximum nv- -- * .-- i »>E convenience and minimum housework. lorce the Missouri and Arkansns railroad to shut down operations by May 10 unless other sources of fuel nre found. W. p. Wntkins. M. and A. vice president, said hero that the line Is conserving coal, and that no Information was available as to when additional supplies could be obtained from sources other than the Kansas field near Joplin, Mo. Two Diesel passenger and mall trams will continue to operate Walking said, but the freight trains will be at a standstill unless more coal is made available. WEAKNESS This xreat medicine famoiu to relieve Monthly It ro* tasit Ilk* tht*—try « LT4I* B. Plnkntm'l V«««Ubl« _, pound to rellevi lueb • ;mntoi Plnkhwn'i Compound *am no««u__ ?«U*T* tuch monthly pata. It a]«o r»- UtTM accompfcnrine w**k, ttr*d, »«- voua f««llna»—of BUOA natun. I* hM ft f*ot oa ••• tt wMku* KM Tkk*n thruaut to. mon Oompo mln. aaia«hl« tonic. ompouDd tielp* buLM u» — ~ ««mln.t mcb (TmptWM. lift elee etaaia«hl« tonic. Tou-r* In nM4 tt »Mk h.lp—w* • tMllm you ibould itortak- 1 WD'« Compouad * fur trui. ipon tliiMiiitSra rbu»S*Sr J35STS —il-MpiM. MM .\p? &*£< . _ WMKMU £&*&*** Fuel Shortage Hits M. and A. Railroad HARRISON. Ark., April 24. (UP) —A strike of bituminous coal miners in Kansas threatened today lo ifemi you can m.V. f rom ,(,, prin| "cl of THE MAGIC MILLER'S BEST FLOUR. Buy • wcl tod.,1 MAGIC A Natural Aid for Rheumatism Arthritis Neuritis non'l neMlecl what may seem to be R trlva'i nche or pain and «1- lo\v a serious allmetit to develop. Make the palnlnWc M o 11 n t n 1 n Valley Mineral Water your "ounce of prevention" ii|4aln.u .stiffened joints, stabbing nerws or nchhiK muscles. Phone lor a case today. MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATBR Prom Hot Sprlnft. Ark. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP M»ln & DlTlslon. Biytl.evlllr. Ark. You Need a GARMENT^ AIRE Th« New Method of Home Storage for Wool SuJH, CouH It Saves Storage Fees! Ut UN «how yjw i hi* wonderful new home floruit method novK . . . and bow easily and wifely you,ran store winter ctothet* in your cloa*(^ ForGARMENTAIRE. Home Cleaning Supplio, and ELECTROLUX Cleaner p II IjfcjTft MKS. ROUT. M. 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