The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1947 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 19-17 BLYTHEVILLE' (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Blast by Wallace Talks in Europe Termed 'Out-of-Step' With U. S. Policies uv JOHN (i,. |STKI;LE 'iAj.W Pri'ss Staff (,'(jrrespoiulciil> ^'•KiU'X'CiTCN, April 12. (UP) — I-'onni\r Vice-President Henry A, \V:dla:c was under sharp criticism from p-.'uir.iiiem Dcn'.ccrats today for rtnn-nint! Furrpe in ep-nsltlon to President Tinman's Greek-Turkish aid program. Merit System Seeks Aplicants For State Jobs The Arkansas Merit System Coimcil today announced that ap-j plications for examinations lor 15 ,.„„„.„,., „. „.. „„,,, ,„. state jrb arc now Oemg received. _ Tllc statc of Ncw J<?Key w< irreri Test Started Of New Jersey Anti-Strike Act NEWARK, N. j., April 12. IUP> Parent Charges Teacher Brutally Whipped Pupil PAGE FIVE CONVENTION Cunlliiueil from Sunday morning, the Juy^ ATLANTA, Gu., April 12. (UP)— , COM win resume lh,. business ses- Forms lor implications may be oljtaincd at the Arkansas State Employment Office. 123 South Seco,,d. J. M. Cleveland. manager, said An Application bl.nk must J flllycl out for cs* position for, wliuh n candidate wislies to be considcred, lie said, and when telep))ollc leaders o a ulllo n to nnpcw: nv for the firs ' in both attacks came from :»iitl out of Congress. Semite \ rV'tHrcvuiis Whip W. I,ne:is. D.. 111.. ipsuvd a 'iialemeiil sayinu Wallace was "out "I Kin-.)" IIIKI adding it sliniild be; "il'.oroii:-;h]y understood" Wallace "in no ivay" represents the U. S. flnes and jail sentences rs. In iinotlier action to enforce the- anti-strike law, Attorney General rompU-tccI the applications are to Walter D. Van Riper was prepared bi sent to John I. Hogue, super- to fl 'c a petition in thc Stale Sn- 'isor. Arkansas Merit System Coun-' premc Court at Trenton asking n '"[til. 520 Rector Building, Little Rock. line of $10.000 a, day aealnsl llio * I The place and date of examlna-1 operators' union for violation of Scott lions \vill be announced when ap-,the measure which Gov. Alfred E. sharp' j-Hrants are notified of their eli-j Driscoll signed earlier this week. oiiity to take the examination.) Warrants for the driest of tile Closing dates for receipt of ap uasn, principal Cuumy public school, whipping; one uf her stiicl-Miu until "the blond ran down his leas" denied the charge today but defended thc occasional use ot u hickory switch in Hie .schools. Mi.v. Cash, embarrassed over IhJ incident, promised that slu 1 would never again switch nine-yea,' o!d Jerry Vinson. not even if hi; parents give their permission, as i,hc said Iney did Ihls lime. "If Jerry gives trouble in the future." she said, "I will not punish to hear reports i and resolutions business will be ••Sen. James O. Eastland, D., Miss. :• Southern Democrat, I'.e- rhircci Wallace was ''deserting thc i)i'>t interests of his reunify." O'p of Wallace's former new c"Ui':>'.mcs. L- Hendcrsnn, plicntions for examination for the night. Named in the wan,nils irav pisilions open follow: April 16- Mrs . Mi , ry Hfmso oom. pre.slii.'nt of Junior key-punt'h operator senior Ule T^,^ Tclel>holle Federation key-fuivch operator, junior ta f julat- hlm in any way but just turn him over to thc Juvenile Court, i "i thought I was carrying out thc I desires of his parents. 1 v'ertuiiuy , set no pleasure out of punishing R three women were Issued last, child." cnmpment operator and senior Irb'tlaliiiK equipment operator; April 30—dcuty, chief of local office operations, public relations officer, labor market analyst, assist- New Jersey; Mrs. Virginia Wigflesworth, vice presidei'.'., anil Mrs. Elizabeth Ryan, ss-'rcliiry. Detectives attempted to reive the warrants last night but they | ant counsel, fiscal officer, field were unable to locate the women, i auditor and auditor, all attached Union attorneys promised the; 1 to thc E-rt.ploymcnl Security Divi- would appear before Ccir.mon sion of thc Arkansas Department Pleas Judee Richard Hnrtsliorne. of Labor; May 7—typist, steni)- The union said it would press for Jerry's mother, Mrs. 1,. N. Vinson. told county police and school oilielals her sun was whipped until ran his legs grsphers, telephone operators. Murder Trial Scheduled \ For Court in Foyetfevi/Je attiukrel ll'e fcrmor c'binct «T for ''iLiilliv-tiitinR around Euin>~? trvimr to tear down the Tni- r.inn nolicy." Inserted l>v New Dealer II rt ndrr.son. a leader of thr- libc- l:il 'lAuierican United for <>••>!>:: A'tion." sairl ho wanted Eni(;;' i ' i ns to knew Wallace does not 1 rc<'k (or his organization. li:is come out for the prp.sirteiu'.s ;-roi;!'nni. Wallace's liberal ProBres-i sivc Citi7.e,i S of America is a S ai-.«t PAYETTEvrI . LE ; Ark .. A , >ril 12 . ',...,, ,.,_,_ _, ..._„..„ (UP) On the deckel of the Wash| ington County . Circuit Court today was the first degree murder trial, of 2' 1 -year-old Troy Dclaney. act V-iMi tn'd Vmthoriiw init nteht ruscd in tnc slayln s last Jan. 13, V.II.M to.a n patheimg last nitiit f 7g. V car-nld cemetery care- 1 afcpussians leaders mtent o.i [t , kn . Davld Qough I Circuit Judge Maupin Cumminss I yesterday announced that Dclaney would go to trial April 22. Goug^i was found beaten lo .a quick trial. Under the terms of the law, the. women are liable to fine. 3 of $500 eacli and 30 days in jail for each day the union remains on btrike. man will month as fact. be tried early next an accessory (iftcr the Ihe biooil hips." The superintendent said ih<; boy's (ulher broUBht Jiivry to him nnd lie did nol set'iu lo ha\ r c been severely whipped. He advised Vinson lo send him back lo school with the reminder Hint he must bu obedient to thc teacriers. Head Courier News Want Ads. 01 ,1 1'iuion; slon at 11 o'clock accused of, of the noininutioi committees. Final discussed. At mi inaiiKiirnl luncheon at 1:00 p.m., the new slate officers will be Installed and repni'l.s of the retlr- hii? nf.lrrrs u ||[ | 1P iirnvd. Tlic new president win dike cliarue and adjourn Ihe meeting. For the "Janes," the Jayeee auxiliary, tin 1 following uroiirain has been outlined: Friday—0:00 a.m.. reels! rat ion In the Hotel Noble lobby; 'J:00 p.m., sherry party. Colonial nnd Hose rooms of the Noble, bridge and buoco optional. Saturday — 12:0(1 noon, munch; f>:no pin. mention In llolel Noblf: 7:00 p.m. rtlnner-mcellnt;, mirror' room of the Noble; 0:00 pin. Convention Hall, main exhibit building. Fairgrounds. Sunday -1:01) p.m., luncheon meeting. Adillllops announced today to tnc list of distinguished' visitors who will attend (lie convention include Lt. Gov. Nathan Gordon; George Balrti of Shrcve|K>rt. president of the Louisiana junior chamber of Commerce; und Jackson Dean of Tulsii. president of Ihe Oklahoma Junior Chamber. Also on tills list arc rcprcsema- lives of llui following Eastern Arkansas Young Men's Business Clubs; Cal Prai'cc, president of'triu Searey itroup; O I r u u 11 Judge Charles W. Ui;lil of I'aingoultt; U. S. Marshal Noble Miller of Little Hock, a si ale KAYMDC officer: and 1'. K. naliiK's of Newport. \VAHNlN(i OKDKIl The di'fendanl, Charles K. Ctni'A- er, is hereby warned xo appear In Ihe Chanceiy Cinui for the Chl^l-.a- suwba District of MlsslssL\)pl County, Arkansas, within Thirty 130) the i.'lnin'.lff, Frances Uliv.ubdh Crocker, aiul upon his failure, to d'j so, satil complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand us clerk -if the Clmneciy Court. Mississippi County, Arkansas, und tin? seal of said Coun tills 2Uth day of March, l'J-17. IIAKVKY MOUUIB, Clor:<. • Davis Brothers Service Station'& Garage j { FIIANKI.IN KOBBINS, Mcclianlo ! i Lion I'roducls Manilii, Arkansas (Scncrnl Tires J I Auto Paris & Accessories ! RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 2 HAY SKIW1CE ON ANY MAKK OR MODEL BI2- UAUI.H WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 \\'e Call for and Deliver FRED CALUHAH Appliance Co. WASHING MACHINES •. \ \ \ye have them for ' ; IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BEND1X AUTOMATIC WASHERS The FINEST Automatic Washing Machine Phone 3450 '*'"'' HUBBARD & HOKE Your G.E. Store in B/yfficyif/e Authorl/.eil Motorola Uadlo Sulcs und Service 106 Kuutli First St. SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING , .l''(itiix);i(ioti Stock—Dirucl Prom, Urccdcr unl lost proved • yields .'! to 5 inoi'c buslicla per' ' niro and sUiiuls till, heller Ui:in Hnlsoy. BlytheviSle Soybean Corp. 1800 W. RInin 'hone 850-857' Wwlsli. vice nresident of George- to"-'i University. il?)i toM a nathering last night fcftusotans leaders "intent on nrr^*-in:: fur a war which thev belii.-ve inevitable with the U. S. and other capitalist countries" has w.ir.ed an "amazing ally" in Wai- %V:ma,e was defended' ^ S=ns. plyettevll , e - remeterVi and Delaney in his shack adjoining Cb.udo Pcp-ier. H. Tuvlor. D.. Ida., *ho said they were in sytrpathy with his stand. The former vice'^Jresident, told L'nuloi'crs yesterday that the President's j-rcpram is leading the v.nrl^ do'.vn a "one-way road to »• i>r." While debate raged on a global FELIX A. CARNEY { 9 Dominion Aulomatic KIt'clric Irons 1 Yr. .puariintec • Complclc Linu of Elfclru-i] and Hallcry Radius Radio Repairs We Pick Up and Deliver 324 K. Main Thone 2407 NiSht 3518 was arrested several days later. Mrs. Silly Parker, who neighbors reported "left the elderly man's rmiise the day of the crime, im- n'icatcrt Dclanty. She tolci officers that be kiiictl fihe cemetery keeper :\ftf*r an argument. 'Murder charges against Mrs. P.irk n r. were nolle pressed by Pro- Fncutlnt Attorney Ted Coxsey of lierryville, who s airt that the vo- scale over the so-called "Trumai rlct;trine" there were indications o' irroortant new developments in the field of Latin-American relations Let Us Hel-j You— STOP DRINKING Tlicre is no medical remedy for drink . . . but we can help you resist its influence! No cost to yon —only eo-opcration. JUST CONTACT Alcoholics Anonymous Ko.Ni 873— Blylhcvillc, Ark. .Addresses Trade /Unionists MAiNOH-EE'TER. April 12. (UP) — Henry • A. Wallace, speaking on the ^second anniversary of the death of President Roosevelt, char- peri today -that American nolicy ;s sUcpini; into the* hands, of men who seek to embark the United States "en a wild and mad nightmare" of "ruthctess imperialism." Wallace, addressing 5,000 trade unionists in thc second appearance nf his European ciiisade against President Truman's foreign policy, charged that thc American government is controlled by men who believe thai thc United Nations are dormed to failure and that war • with Russia is virtually inevitable. A program of American imperialism, he said, was a dangerous venture because '^Americans will never carry the program through. Americans will never pay the cost and they cannot .pay the cost.' 1 "Today the government and Congress arc controlled by men who believe that in a world in which Communism and - capitalism side -by side there is little hooe of .peace," Wallace told 5,030 trade unionists. "They believe that Fascism am: Communism arc similar evils am IhatUlie United Nations is doomcc to failure. They believe in using thc American power to organize the world against the U. S. S. R. 1 2 II K All JI ALLS with cultivators, middle busters and planters. I 1! I-'AKMALI, with cultivator, middle . busier and planter. 1 II FAKMALL witli cultivator. J MOJ.INE cultivator, planter and middle buster. I CASE with cultivator, middle buster and phiqter. 1 F-20 FARM ALL with cultivator and middle buster. 1 JOHN DEERE. 1 FORD with partial equipment. Tlicsr m.icliinrs may he seen displayed at our plant on South nislnvuy Cl . . . They arc in gooti condition and will serve you veil through l!iis Hpring and Summer. Russell Phillips Tractor Co. DOUGLAS foAWSON. Mgr. Highway 61 South Phone 2171 REFRIGERATION—24 Hour—llEFRIGERATl6N Sales Service Repairs AIR CONDITIONING WE AltH Alll.K TO OITF.K YOU ()l)AMi:|KI) I^NGINKF.KINO IN SAIXS, Ulil'iVlltS AM) SliKVlCK. Wulk-ln 1in\cs, IlcvcriiKC Cnokrs, l>lsi>Jny Cases, Air Condllluiiliii: Dulls anil u«<il llcfi•l;;criiilan 1,'u.ulimiunt uf all kinds. 715 W. Ash—A. H. Johnson—Phone, 21i88 or Poolc Motor Co., Srcclc, Mo., Phone 49 : •• Arbitration could end the telephone strike NOW The union says telephone wages are too low.' The company says these wages compare favorably with wages for similar skills and training in this community. The union and the company both can't be right'. The company has said, "Let's decide which is right by asking the governors of the five states in which we operate to appoint an impartial panel to arbitrate all questions pertaining to wages." The union has indicated that it will not accept such arbitration? ..... And the public continues to be needlessly deprived of telephone service 1 It's the fair way to settle the ;e question^ Agreement to arbitrate wages could restore full telephone service ' to the public NOW. BlyfheviHe Soybean Corp. 180(1 W. Mil in JOHNS LIQUOR STORE All Your Favorite Brands YKI.I.OWKTOM-: KCIIKNI.KV ANCIKNT AGU I RUSKS 1. W. ()I,I> OKAN'DAlt OI.I) TiVYLOIl HilN'l'KR I'Alir, .IONKS CAI.VBIIT'S . Ymir ratrnna^e. Atiprcrlalcd ACROSS ruo.M in i/, 'i'ni:ATi;ii SOUTHWESTERN BEiL (fl TELEPHONE COMPANY VIC FLINT Clo.sc lo a Killvr 1JY MICHAKI, O.'MALLKY nnd KALril I.ANK Hardware Mutual and Hardware Indemnify. Insurance Companies of Minnesota ^ Italcd A pm.s excellent by luailhr; insurance authorities. Sound protection because of lar^c OiKinclul reserves und adequate surplus fund*. I'rcmitini savings — mnrc than 38 million dnllars have been re-. liirncil in dividend s:ivinf:s li> pulicylKildrr.s. . Lower cost — liecaube of a careful selection of ri^ks nnd economical oliur:ktii)ti. I.:LTKC dividend savings nil aiit[)inobilc and fire insurance equals low net cost. FOR INSURANCE SERVICE Box 431 Phone . L. TAMKE 2487 THAT CAR THAT >ST SERVES HIM RIGHT, WAS GOING SO WST T NELLIE. RACING LIKE 15 STOPPING, MOTHER. I A BANSHEE THROUGH IT SEE>'.S 10 iE HAVINSV THE STREETS OF MOTOR TROUBLE. /A THE CITY 1 CREAM HERE. UBBY WE'LL RUN OUT TO SEE TACKV AND C! SAS, AND TWO WOMEN COMING AlONG SIDEWALK. I' TO SIT TIGHT U THEV PASS RHEUMATISM KEPT ME IN TORTURING PAIN The letter says . . . "S-nns like the pain just won't let go." Tor more tluui fit) years doctors have prescribed this natural mineral water thnt .tends to neutralize pain-causinc acUis.i Write loday for free booklet" CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Matti and Division Ulyditvillc, Ark. GENERAL. CONTRACTORS « MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 " * 1

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