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April 30, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PAGC EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER MBW1 SATURDAY, 'APRIL 80,1049 Dewey Has Eye On White House Twict-Bcatcn, He Still Nurses Desire . To Win Presidency .^ALBAKY, N. Y., April 30 (/!'»— Gov, Thomas E. Dewey, who bit the dust, twice In running ror president, jjurses a deep-down desire lor another shot at the White House. . This came out yesterday when an unimpeachable source thoroughly familiar with Dewey's views disclosed that the 1944 and 1948 Republican standard bearer, con- .trary to frequent reports, has not decided to return to private life when his gubernatorial term ends Dec. 31. 1950. Neither has the governor decided to try to continue in public eye beyond that date. -In shorl he has not made up hla mind. He won't until he has to. Cl«se friends Insist—and Dewey does not deny—that the presidential bug still Is in his system. This .plus other evidence at hand, h« led friends to conclude thai Dewty now is more inclined than not toward extending his career as a pub'.tc servant—with a view to being in good position should he ever get a new crack at the prize of politics. Circumstances Change Dewey himself said after his defeat ky President Truman that he did not. intend again to seek the office. The governor, often tagged u a realist, still cannot see an> real prospects of winning the OOP pre-ilrtential nomlnntlon i third time — under forseeable conditions But he knows that condition: change, often radically and quick. And those who know Dewey bcs report that: 1. His defeat last fall still rankle? Ten Opossums; Try and Count 'Em Obituaries former Osceola Woman Dies in Delhi, Louisiana Funeral services fo. Mrs. Elizabeth Sheddan Conway, a member of a pioneer family of Mississippi County, died yesterday »t 2:30 p.m. In Teers Clinic In Delhi, La., where she has been a patient the past three months, will he held in Epps, La.) 4:00 p.m. today in the First Methodist Church. Burial will follow In the Epps Cemetery. She was born In Terre Haute, Ind., In 1866 and moved with her family to Osceola at the age of 10, where she made her home until eight years ago. She was the widow of Duncan L. Conway of Osceola. A member of the First Presby- :crian of Osceola, she was active in social and civic affairs. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Louis O'Hara of Memphis; three sons, Paul L, Conway of Osceola; Hugh M. conway of Epps. La., and Charles D. Conway of San Juan, Puerto Rico, one sister, Mrs. A. '. Kearney of Memphis, and one brother, William Sheddan of Scnatobia. Miss. This photograph of a mother opossum ™u her offspring WHS nndc while the family group was ie::ii>orary custody earlier this week after venturing across II. S, Highway (il north of Camp Moiil- trie Saturday niijlit. The family procession was noticed by liny Cole, '209 East souri Street. He stopped his to Investigate nnd found niothur so busy with her babes In furs that she did not resist, cap- tine. He picked up the mother opossum by the head and tall with the yonni; ones dinning with determination to the mother's body. When the count was completed it was found that ttie mother has nine young ones. When the Cojrler News photographer made the photograph one of the little ones was Courier News Photo camera shy and hid In the mother's pouch. Only the mother and clgli of the litter of opossums can be seen In the photograph. Mr. Cole released the fur bearers soon after the photograph was made and next winter when It becomes legal to take fur-bearing animals Arkansas some lucky hunter can expect to find a good start toward an expensive fur coat. Blytheville Schools Plan Events For Closing of 1948-49 Term •and he longs for political "vindfc.i- vllle system have completed u cnl- ;tlon." 2. He like; public office, with Us power and prestige—and limelight. 3. He Is genuinely Interested In government problems. 4. He has a lighting spirit that never really surrenders. Before his second term as gov- *rnor expires, the choice of two political paths leading to a continuation of his public career might be. nis—another term as chief executive of the Empire State or a son'., in the U S. Senate. Either one, in the opinion of his •dmlrers, Bnder favorable circumstances could lead to a comeback on the national scene. Sergeant's Wife Sought in Attack On German Girl MUNICH, Germany, April 30—i —A military government official school, and a full month of nctivt- I other activities have been sche- 1 has disclosed that Mrs. Lennie Marlies have been scheduled before the j c mlcd with no definite dates set. In- ] tin Is wanted on charges of throw- eluding the Junior High School \ hie acid on a German girl she sus- Most ol the schools In the lllythc- 27—Blj'thcvllle Hifili School's cnriar of events for the closing of ] siiKliinlion exercises. New Observatory Cuts Time Error To .001 Second WASHINGTON. April 30—(>P)— The U.S. Naval Observatory, trying to keep your watch accurate, has set tip a station in Florida to correct that error—which you probably oticed—of four one thousandths f a second a day. This was a pretty bad error. ing Stunts Scheduled for Aerial Circus 3 pm &nd will last un ti) 5:3 °. and during that time the airport Is to be closed to transclcnt pilots. Children under 12 wllll be admitted free. In case 01 ram me group will rc- niRln Hi Blythcvllle a week, and the show wil be presented H 1 P-m. nexl Sunday. Tlic fix men to participate in the acrl?.l circus to lie sponsored at the Mtinlclrml Airport tomorrow by Bly- thei'illc Private Fliers Association liavs ai rived In Blythevllle and said today that all plans for the air show tomorrow had been completed. T!ic> feature of the show will be tile fimou.'! Cole Brothers, who have I much of the United States • and Ci'1-adn participating in similar i events j-peciulizins In precision I aerc.bp.'M-s and dare-devil maneu- I vers. | The brothers, Marlon, Arnold. ! Les'e:' ;,n'. Dunne, have a total of 15.000 hours In the air. i Nick Kopiiu will also participate ; in the circus and will be featured in ,i pr.rr.cliute jump, while Byron Pryner 1|ii> sixth air showman will ride t> i tip of a wing as part of he show c ol the troupe arrived here this week, and the others yesterday, and have been uK tor the event, snow Ls scheduled to .start at Reid Courier News Want Ads. graduntion exercises [or the lilylhe- lllc High School, May 21. W. B. Nicholson, supiintciuielil eportcri incomplete .srhi'dnlr.s for lost of the schools today. Activi- cs got underway with Hie Hlylhc- Ille High School Band Banquet Thursday night and a baud con- ert last night. Other activities Include: About 38 per cent of the humai brain is "gray matter." Prophet P. T. A. annual dunce, and room programs, purtles nnd picnics at Central anil Sutlbury. Stee/e Acts to Solve Town's Parking Problem Mayor Charles II. Bates of Stcelc. JK^H^JEI^JSSiSSS er Guild. May 5— Blylhevillc High Srhool Glee Club Concert. May 6— High School's p. T. A. Banniiel for seniors; Sucluury'i Mother's Day Parties; Coimly so/tball lourmimcnt for Negro schools at Gridcr. May 11— -P. T. A. and School Assembly at Siidbury. May 12— ElDincntnry School's Music Festival; Robinson's Negro Ele- mciltary School picnic nt Walker ] ark; Dlythcville High School's May ay Program; Msgr. Joseph Beran, above, Archbishop of Prague and highest Ciech Roman Catholic churchman, predicted he will be declared "an enemy of the work- Ing people" in the near future. Tht same forecast was made by Cardinal Mindszenty ol Hungary before his arrest and conviction .60 charges of black marketing and treason. the parking situation had been materially improved by the Installation of the meters. The meters were used for the first time Saturday. They are ii operation from Mondays througl l-'ridays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. am on Snlurdny.s from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Million Gallons of Scotch Lost in Blaze EDINBUR GH. Scot |nlld. April 30 Nine Negro school. | Ot undetermined origin, the fh May n—Primary Concert at Num- j wns brought under control short bci- Nine Negro. | after midnight. There was no cst May 18—Picnic for Clear Lake [mat" of the monetary loss. Negro, upper grades. May 19—Illythpvilln Junior Hli;u School Home Economics Tea for 8th grade girls: Closing program or grades one to five at Clear Lake Negro school; Senior concert at Number Nine Negro school; Promised Land's closing program. May 20—Promised Land's class to have Greene County's March, day and school picnics; Number j local option liquor election dcclar Nine Negro graduation exercises: i invalid. May 52—Blylhcvillc High School's j Tnc co mplainl, filed April Baccalaurcnlte Exercises. I r i la ,.p(. s irregularities in the clcrtl >:ny n— Clear Lnke Negro clos- ,„ wllk .,, tllc conil ty voted dry. ing program for grades six to eight: May 24—Blytheville High School's Class Night program: Central's Promotion picnic for the sixth grade; May 26—Blythcvillp Junior High School's graduation exercises; Robinson's Negro elementary Demurrer Filed in Suit To Invalidate Dry Vote PAHAGOULD, Ark. April 30 ( A demunncr has been filed answer to n complaint \vhlch see J. Kirchoff brought the suit. T answer was ftlorl by the Revs. J Houscau and Gy C. Ames. Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickasawbo ^SWIFTS PREMIU ; BRANDED BEEP. About elRht and one I"" mill youngsters ni'C now enrolled In U school itecl Stntes high schools. ted of being friendly with her bimd. nn Amerienn sergeant, warrant has been Issued for Martin's arrest, the official mid C. NoRgle, said yesterday s. Martin is rejjorted to live in her. Okla.. nnd Is understood to left this week for the Unlte< atcs Eibonrcl a Dutch ship. Noggle, Hie military government' tricL attorney for Bavaria, salt •s. Martin is charged with cans g Elizabeth Bauer, 18. borttly harm dentists told, the American Phys- nl Society today. It amounted to a change of some iree or four seconds a century. The observatory is located In VashluKton. But tile new station t Richmond, Fla., because it has etter weather, promises to cut the rror on one-thousandth of a second daily, or one complete second very 300 years. The mistake results from the faci hat the earth, like nil aging tlilngt s slowing down. Scientists- measure time by check ng the earth's rotation nt;<ihis ,he stars. And If tile earth's rota lion varies from year to year, which it does, that throws the measurements off and makes your watch wrong. The Navy telescope at Richmond, where visibility is clearer than It is in Washington, will be In a better A striking contrast to New York's modern sUyline, the brigantine Yankee sails past the Battery on the final lap at its 18-month world cruise, bound for Gloucester, Mass. In 1401, the Scottish Parliament I provided penalties of a fine ana mprisonment for anyone playing ;olf or allowing his land to be used [or golf; parliament felt golfers were taking too much time from | their required archery. Scnll Alley SIGN & NEON SERVICE • Hotter Sl^ns • ISc-tlcr Service SOS N'o. Franklin Phone 3203 D.P.L. No. 15 COTTON SEED Dclinted Treated A in' Suckod 85'.n (iorininutiun 1 Yenr frtim Slulion A TON OR A CARLOAD Alsn (Joorl ALFALFA EiAY For Sale Mogcrs & Gill I llh-ll Ark. Phone Wit In 1943 the Philadelphia mint I produced more than 303 million | coins. (1 depriving her of liberty. H eased the following version e story through the military go\ nmcnt's Public Relations Depar enl: Mrs. Martin found the German tTs name on a slip of paper in her isband's pocket and became sus- cious. She visited Miss Bauer and Id the girl not to see her husband, iter Mrs. Martin was said to have scovercri that Miss Baiter again id been seeing her husband. The American woman, accompan- position to keep track of the change. PRESCRIPTION SERVICE cl by her German went to ee the girl again. The two women iduced Miss Bauer to enter Mrs. lartin's automobile on the pretext ic sergeant was missing and that icy wanted Miss Bauer to help md him. Mrs, Martin, with the help of er maid, was alleged to have cut lie German girl's hair and fcrj have oured a household cleaning dls- nfcctant on Miss Bauer after re- novlng the girl's slacks and panties. Miss Bauer complained to military government authorities. Re-en/isfmcnfs Urged In Army Reserve Corps A concentrated drive—national, state and local—to re-enlist enlisted reserve corpsmen for another "hitch" is being made now, according to an announcement made by Capl. Louis G. Thompson, of Blytheville today. Those who enlisted at the close of the last war are now coming to the end of their first enlistment and since the Army feels that the Reserves are practically the backbone of the national defenses, special efforts are being made to keep them on active duty, where possible and if that is not the case, so that they are enlisted In the inactive reserve so they may participate In armory drills and periodic service with the armed forces. The fish called the flounder can mllate the pattern as well as the color of Ihcir backgrounds. Placec on a chckerbonrd, the flounder wil ittempt to reproduce the arrange- nent of squares on its body. 4% HOME LOANS Klbert S. Johnson The Equitable Life •Assurance Society Phone 6228 Evening! Constant growth of our business has miide it necessary to increase our telephone facilities. This necessitated changing our number. Our telephone number is Think of An Apple EFFECTIVE APRIL 12, 1949 UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY "The Friendly Insurance Service" First & Main — Ingram Building 812 / die one tool We Insure Everything or more trade in allowance on your aid washer, regardless of make or condition BENDIX Automatic Washer This Is Your Chance for Real Savings—Come in Today HUBBARD & HOKE Appliance Co. Make All Type LOANS LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING EXPERT SERVICE 4474 THE SECRET OF A BRIGHTER, CLEANER WASH Ten We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We De/iver Phone 2043 Plenty of Parking Space When You BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Call D. C. FREEMAN i 32 Years Experience { • DuFon) Paints J • Imperial Wallpaper •- Phone 4291 Send your clothes to the RlyllicviHe Laundry and they'll come back lo you cleaner, brighter than ever before. Hut (bat's nol all. Youi clothes will last longer because they're treated carefully, gently ... an important consideration today when it's so expensive to replace them. Next lime call Hlytheville Laundry and you'll discover what we mean by really "good laundry service." Blytheville Laundry & Cleaners Phone 4418 PROFIT By Reading tfie Classified Ada Every Day! PROFIT Bv Advertising In TKe Classified Columns When You Want To Buy or Sell ADS PLACED BEFORE 9 A.M. WILL APPEAR SAME DAY All Classified Advertising Payable in Advance Phone 4461 Blytheville Courier News ATTENTION Soybean Growers! DORTCHSOY NO. 2 SEED SOYBEAN'S cleaned, Tested and Tagged. I'RICE §2.75 Bushel. 1949 Soybean Support Price 90% Parity. Frotlucc more soybeans per acre by planting Uortchsoy No. J, highest yicldcr in 1!!I8 yield contest. Seed For Saie By BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORPORATION 1SOO West Main Phone S56-S57 Cotton Seed For Sale Burdette Deltapine 78 State Certified Blue Tag per 100 Ibs. Big Boll — Easy to Pick Good Turnout — Good Staple BURDETTE PLANTATION BURDETTE, ARK. Phone: Blytheville 782

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