The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 28, 1949
Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVTLLE <ATtK.) COURTER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1949 Senator Named To Court Post Baldwin Says His Family Had Effect On Accepting Job STRATFORD, Conn.. April 28. M'j —U. S. Senator Raymond K Baldwin (R-Conn) said yesterday at his home here he was considering his family rather than a political future when he accepted a se?J on liie Connecticut Supreme Court bench. Baldwin said he hail telephoned Sen. Arthur VandenberR ip.-Mlrln I afler accepting Democrat Governor ' Chester Bowies' offer to he i eiate justice on the stale Siipiemo i Court of Errors, and 1ml loir! him this, | He said he told VandenherR the judgship was something he had j pointed toward and wanted for! many years, and that when the j opportunity presented Jl.sclf. he fell I that this lime his family, rather j the United Slates and C'linuila." lie Kiwonis Sponsors Good Will Week For Two Nations Knvanls CJiib members in Hlythp- ! ville tliis week are joininc inojnljei.s ' of cither clubs in (hr Unitcc} .St^le.s ; and CuiKidn in obscrvnm'C of Good' Will Week, it was chsrlnsnl by O. E. Knudspn, president of (he club here. The ol^ervancr Is .spon.somi ', by Kuvanis ItUci naUonal and in- [ volvos more Ihun 'J.OfJO clubs \«.ilh ! a mpmbor.ship of ^flO.uui) Kiwauintis. \ Leaders of the United .Stales nnd Canada tixhty cilrri the relation- ] ship that prevails l)o(\veen the tun c'oimtiie.s us an nulMnmlbiij example ' of inlei• national KO<KJ will. President Truman and Prime Minister .St. Lament of C'ltnudii. in : SI Moments issued in Conner t.i(m with United Slittes Ciimuiu Cowl j Will Wri'k, d<vl;tii'(i Hint fiirndsliip; tioitli siiid south of (he bnidri run-j Pillule:; the basis fur vvurld peace. | Ptcsldi'nt Tnitmm s;m! "tin- spUtl | of friendship nnd cocipi'ialirni \vhirli : has rlinrai'U-L i/rd thr relationship ; represents a nniipie nrliievcmoMt In t lie annuls of nations." "The peoples nf uLvornmeiUs of be than his political p«rly. .slioulri considered. ! Bnldxvln. who i.s 57 year nlci. did not amplify his roforenro lo ron- son.slderation for his family. It was pointed out. however, that the post traditionally carries with It life tenure, allhonph subject to renffir- mntion every eiftht vonrs. Prclslnn Final Baldwin said he told VnndenbriK und Sen. Owen Brewsfer (R-Mpi In telephone convorsatimis Dial his decision was final nnd \va.s not tnndn al the spur of inn moment. In commenting on remarks from j Washington which he sr\id indlcnlocl | belief he tnlftht be deserting Iho \ party nt a time when his vole was needed in Ihe Senate, Baldwin snitl he expprted to continue his legislative work until he takes his place j in the stole supreme rourl next ' December, j AH this Is dependent upon eon- ] firmation of his nominntloti by thr Connecticut General Assembly. The Republican Senntor declared ] he will be in the Senate for alt Important votes and business which will be coming up in this session of Congress. The that lie would not be seemed to bo t he basis (or parly criticism in Washington. rnmmned, "provide I he world, with ; •A sliiklnp demonstration of the »liil- I ily of {JoiMoeruiic. freedom -loving | nations to li \ In work, and to pro- j ( loHOlbi'r tov,;nd.s Justing j>e;u;e :in pnjsperity." WARD WEEK \oti['e of Filing of Apitlirathin 1'iir Liquor I'd mil Not in 1 is hereby given that the i undeiMRneil lias filed \\tlii Die Ctim- ] missiotiet of Hovennes of the Sialc of Arkansn.s for permit to .sell and I dispense vinous or siiiritunus lifiimrs for heviTit^c »t rM;\il on the premises described ns -\W West Ash, DlyiheviJIe, A Application is for pi-nni' lo Ix 1 is- .^xu'ci foi 1 ope rat ion beyiunlnis ihp 1st ciny of July. liMH, and to Missing Child Located Unharmed After Night In Snake-Infested Area MERCERSBURG. Pa.. April 2R. fjPh—A three-year-old boy. who wandered away from bis mother into the mountains, was found yesterday apparently in Rood condition after an all-night, ordeal, 1 A rescue worker discovered little Billy Clever in a snake-in tested 1 area about three miles from his 1 home on the edge of Die Blue nidge Mountains. Billy was scratched and clothes were torn btit he did not seem to be suffering from exposure. He was taken home. The youngster's mother, Mrs. Harry Clever, took him with her Tuesday afternoon when .she went to hunt mushroom*. Bloodhounds from the Rock view State Penitentiary jolnrrl iti the hunt. More than 300 men participated in the search. Farm Woman Rescued From Oil-Fed Flames BATESVILLE. Ark.. Apri] 28. . —A mictdlc-ngeri I^rrt County farm! woman rciiiHined ho.'-jilt.nli/ied here ] today from burns suffered before her hu.sbatid could carry her from their flaming house. Fire swept through the home of Mr. anri Mrs. D. A- Cllfft of Myron. Ark., Tuesday after a pan o[ refuse oil had Ignited and spread through the four-room structure. Clifft said he and his wife were trapped in a room when flames engulfed the only door. He said hr knocked ovit a window arid carried his wife In safety. Mrs. Clifft suffered first and second degree burns about, her left arm face. He suffered minor cuts. A neighbor. Mrs. Owen and her daughter, who were in another part of the house, escaped without injury. a^iTRUCKS/ Custom MiJ< Peak Performance (.«! »> pxl M<« Rii9l i e«r 01 ItucV r*ow H«M rewu >T vis! cox Phone 578 Sullivan - Nelson CHEVROLET CO. SIM Wesl Walnut ! oxpiro on he 30 day of .nine. * Smooth & fasfy as only CREAM can make if SPECIALS ' ' Check them all 29c PART-LINEN 17" TOWELING Bu, No* ond Sr. r\ JT 1 ^_ Jr Sforlex qualify, known for nh- sorl>eney,w«ar!2i%linen. 7.S n o colloi.V^os'iiasl woven borders. REG. 65c YD. PILLOW TUBING ITQC 5ava on Every Ytudl J J Yd. 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S zes iron; 2-14; REG. 1.85 "AIR-CUSHION" BIKE TIRE 157 26 * 2.1 2i Sin I Sivsr«id9 ba''32n b '•« lire, 2-ply c -rri pro!c-:'s c.'-.r.-r:^ ieaVs • Reg. 93c Balloon Tube . . f7t SALE1 COMMANDER BATTERY /L88 REG. 1.19 POPULAR GARDEN HOE YEAR'S BIGGEST $ A m STYLETONE BROADLOOM REDUCED NOW FOR WARD WEEK! 9 and J 2 Fool W/dlhs C QO j Ward Week Only.. i >>J „. yd. SAVE NOW on wall-to-wall carpeting or Individual rugsl This quality axminster will ba cut lo your order In the e^ocf size you needl Style tone is luxurious... oil wool-pila . . . 5,796 lulls in every square footl Select Irom decorator colored ISlh Century, damask, flora! designs. SPECIAL PURCHASE! ALUMINUMWARE YOUR CHOICE-AT ONE LOW PRICE! Buy ^h» ecmpleie low- priced asiorfmtntj 88, Gel hare early tor these! 22-gouge, mirror-fimsliBd, ruitprool cookware- -sorna in new shapes and sizes for greater efficiency! Jusl looV. what our low pries buys. • Twin Pan Set * 3-qt. French Fryer • Greaseless GriddU • Handy-pan Set: 1-pt. 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