The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 2, 1949
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fAOB TTTO «LYTH1TILLE (AKK.T COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1349 Two Senators Bid for Key Job Finance Committc* Appointment May Go To a State* (lighter •r Jmrk Bell WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. (AP) — The double ippointmtnt moving attorney gener»I Tom Cl«rk no the Supreme Court and Senator J. Howard McGrath (D-RI) into tile Justice Department seemed today to h«ve a clear pith to senate »p- provi!. But (he backwash may produce conflicting bids by Senator Stennls (D-Miste) and Senator Ken- (D- Olila) for a coveted place on the Senate'* tax handling Finance Commute*. Stemits ts a States Rifhts supporter; Kcrr an administration backer. McGrath's acceptance yesterday of- President Trum»n'i offer of the attorney generalship cleared the way for the official action by President Tinman to nomin-Uc both him and Clark. Clark;, acceptance of the Supreme Court appointment, to til] the place vacated by the death ol As.sociute Justice Frank Murphy, had been a foregone conclusion. McGrath't Decision Announced McGrath's decision to take the caoinet post was announced at the White House after the Rhode Island senator had coiuuited with his home folk about his Senate successor. Whoever that, successor is, he will have to go to the bottom of the Democratic list In the Senate in committee assignments Other senators may shift committees to lill the vtcanclu .which will be created by McGrath's resignation after he ia confirmed lor attorney general. McGrath, who will resign his past a* Democratic national chairman u soon as he Is confirmed, will leave v&cancles on the Finance, Judiciary and District of Columbia committees. His chairmanship of the la'.ter group, involving the unofficial title &s "mayor" of Washington, Is expected to. go to Senator Nely iD- WVa). Senators said the finance post, however, may involve Stennis, who didn't support President Truman in the last campaign, and Kerr, who did. Stennif Hat Seniority Kerr sought membership on the Finance Committee when the Democrat* organized the Senate last January. Others with longer service records crowded him out but he Is elpetted to bid for the vacancy. Stennis, however, has served in j the S«nat« 14 months longer than Kerr. By^ seniority ;niles Ije could, claim the place over Kerr. •. Even with McGrath as a member, administration supporters have be*n in the minority on the tax- poMcy-maiting group. McGrath's Rhode Island siicces- Couple at Stillman Builds Six-Room Home; Operates'Farms in Missco and in Louisiana By Harry A. Halnes Courier News Staff Writer One of the newest mul most attractive hoiiH's of Mississippi County is that of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Shelton, of Stilhnan Community. The Shclton home, surrounded by lurge trees which provide pleasant shade, Is now in the flna! stages of comiilclioii with ouiy « few finishing touches on the interior needed. Both Mr. Shclton and his wife came to the county from Mississippi but clirl not marry until meeting in Arkansas, Mrs. Shelton and her family came to the county in 1927. Her husband moved here five years later. In addition to his 400 acres of land in this county, about eight years ago Mr. SheHon bought a section of new land in Louisiana, He now has about half the land cleared and says It Ls as productive as Mississippi County soil. For Uiat reason, and due to the fact that land there Isn't quite as high as it is here, he plans to increase his Louisiana holdings in lime. The new Shelton home consists of three bedrooms, living and dining rooms, bath and kitchen with a comfortable every-day living; room on Ine back. They have one son, Bobby, who is a .student at Missco High School. BMI, Their Own Abode ! Destroyed by Nature, Invadi New Jersey Horn* CAMDEN, N.J., Au». Z. (J>—You could almost hear the "b»z»" over the woman's shouted plea In the telephone rerelver. "For plty'i sake, hurry," Mrs. Helen Coffman told polio. "They're com inn through the celling, through the windows, everywhere." The police hurried to her home. So did firemen who received a similar phone call. There they foimd Mrs. Coifman and her husband. Charles, pound- Ing away with fly swatters. Big welts covered their face, neck and arms. Inside thousands of bees buzzed. Outside the windows swarmed thousands more. Honey (ell In a slow drip from the celling to the floor. * Mrs. Coifman said • tree felled yesterday In her back yard held a bees nest. The homeless Insects moved Into the Coifman resilience. Police and firemen retreated to « safe distance, surveyed the situation and told Ihe Coftmans they could do nothing, The Coffmans now are seeking a beekeeper—but meantime (heir fly swatters are busy. Chiefs of Staffs Confer With Army Heads in Europe FRANKFURT. Germany. AUR. 2. <iPj —The U.S. joint chiefs of staff conferred yesterday with Army officers of Italy and Luxembourg In the first of a series 01' talks with Europer.n military representatives Lieut. Gen. Efislo Marras. Italy's army chief of staff said at the conclusion of the talks the American chiefs "displayed a friendship on which we con rely without question." Gen. Marras added "we discussed problems of mutual Interest. There is no doubt these discussions will be of neat mutual benefit." Adm. Louis Denfeld. U.S. Naval chief of operations snld the Italians did not raise the question of O S. arms aid for western Europe. Earlier, a spokesman for the Joint staff said the Luxembourg group dirt not bring up the nrms aid question at their session either. sor remained in doubt. McGrath said in a statement that if he Is confirmed by the Senate he will "make the necessary adjustments consistent with the office 1 iim about to take so far as professional, business and political affairs arr- involved." < t ^ He explained to reporters he will call the eDmocratic national committee together to elect a new ctairmsn. He is expected to be William Boyle, now a p.iiri executive assistant to McGrath. Conway Church Votes Men Not to Wear Coats During Summer Mont/is CONWAY. ArV.. Alie. 2. I in —Men attending the First Methodist Church here won't have to wear coats to service for the remainder of the summer. The Men's Bible Class started 11. The members voted Simrtay to leave their coats at home on Sunday, They told the pastor, the Rev. Allen D Stewart, what they'd decided. "That's R religious thing to do." said Mr. Stewart—and announced from the pulpit that men needn't wear coats to his church for the remainder of the hot-weather. Brannan Pays Off Bet Made With Memphian MEMPHIS.. Tenn.. Ane. 2. f.<7>)_ Secretary of AgrlcuHure Charles P. Brannnn has paid off a bet—a case of soft drinks. The wager was with Seton Ross, managing editor of the Cotton Trade Journal. Ross told Brannan last May he thought the House would throw out BrannanV; prn- posed farm program, T.te bet resulted. Thursday the House rejected Brannan's plan. In the form of the Pace BUI, Ross reported yesterday he had received a teller from Ihe secretary conceding defeat. At Allouvilte. Normandy, is an oak tree containing two chapels established In the 17th century. Don Cox Is Assigned To Armored Division Don L. Cox, son of Mr. Slid Mrs. .1 E. Cox, Blythevllle. Rt. 7, has been assigned to the Fifth Armored "Victory" Division for eight weeks basic training at Camp Chaffee. Ark. Recruit Cox was employed by Cobb Funeral Home before enlisting In the Army. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit lo sell and dispense beer at retail on the pn-mises dcscritxid as Rt. 3, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is ii citizen of Aikuusas, of gfxxt moral character, lhat he has never been convicted of a felony or oilier crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years l<\st past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violatin- the laws of this slat*, or any otlu-r state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1 day o: August 1M9, and to expire on the 30 day of June. 1950. ' P. L. Hallmark Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1 day of August 1S49. Mrs. Marshall Blackard Notary Public My Connni.'ision expires: 3^953. To Believe It, YOU MUST HAVE IT CLEANED AT HUDSON'S Don't Accept Hearsay j BETTER CLEANING i I is always the j CHEAPEST CLEANING Better Cleaning with The Famous HUDSON FINISH In 8 Hours for the Asking ~ " HUDSON CLEANER TAILOR Itytitevtlk, A*. CLOTHIER StMU, Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerlt. over the weekend: S. D. Bray of Havana, Mo., and Miss Barbara Joyce Whittle, of Blythevllle. William Earnest Cilllison and Mrs. Mary Ray. both of St. Louis. Mo. Laverne C. Wllll.s and Miss Margaret piantanida, both of Hcrrln. Harold o. Lute and Miss Virgle Frances Brown, both of Manila. NOTICF OP ACCOUNTS OF KXKC'UTORS AM) ADMINISTRATORS FILED Nolle.; Ls hereby given that dur- ine the monlh of July 1M9 the following accounts of Executors and Administrators have been filed for letvlement and confirmation in the Probate Court for Ihe Chickasinvba District of MUsKslppi County. Ark- kansas und that such accounts with tht-ir respective filing dates are as follows: No. 1887. Estate of Julia Holmes Elliott, deceased. FinM report of Louise Holmes E\ving, Executrix filed on July 15*1949. All pers'j-js interested in the sct- ement of any of the ?bove estates e waincrt to file exceptions there- ce*M<4 persons upon which Letters Testamentary or of Administration were granted during the month of July 1949 v,llh the date of ihc granting of such letters and the name and address of the executor or administrator: No. Iii26. Estate of Permella Ridings, deceased. Letters of the Administration Issued lo Lee Bearden, of Leachville, Arkansas on Jmv 8, 1949. No. 1928. Estate o( Lem Smith, deceased. Lf-tters or Administration issued to W. C. Hisginson, of Bly- thc-ville, Arkansas on July 11, 1949. No. 1C29. Estate of Rebecca Davis, deceased Letters o! Administration issued to E; M. Holt, ol B]yihevil|«, Arkansas on July 24. 1949. No. 1D31 Estate of Jolyn Jones, deceased. Lcilcrs of Administration issued to H. C. Campbell, 120 S. Second, Street, BIytlicville, Arkansas on July 2fi, 1949. Wlliu-.'w my hand a* Cierk and the seal of said Court this the 1st day of August, 1949. ELIZABETH BLYTHE, County and Probate Clerk By Stella Cain, Deputy Clerk . 8-2-« ARMY ASSISTANT - Archibald S. Alexander, 42, unsuccessful candidate in the 1943 teuatorial race in New Jersey, has been appointed assistant secretary of the Army. Formerly one of New Jersey Boss Frank Hague's political lieutenants, Alexander probably will handle the Army's administrative and reserve affairi. to. if any have they on or before the sixtieth day following the filing of the respective accuunLs failing which they will be baned forever from excepting to the accounts. Witness my hand and seal as such clerk and seal of said Court the 1st day of August. 1919. ELIZABETH BLYTHE, County and Probate Cierk By Stella Cain. DC 8-2-49 NOTICE OK NEW ESTATES OX WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS KEEN COMMENCED Notice is hereby given that the following is a list of estate.* of dc- FEMALE COMPLAINTS Ar« you troubled by dlitrei* of I em ale functional periodic disturbances? Does this male* you suffer from pain, feel so nervous tired »t such ttoiM? Then DO try Lydla S PLnlcham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms, Plnkham'g hw, & grand aootMng effect on one. of woman'i most Important organsl -._ You've heord enlhusimlic stories of Nash Airflyt* pel** ^ formance, economy, comforl and handling ease. Now, gel the facts for yourself! Come in and toke an Airflyle ride. Road-lest America 1 ! mosl modern car to your heart's delight. Feel the difference In a car built the modern Airflyf* way—built lo offer you more for your money on every ; count. 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