The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1949 · Page 2
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 't, 3949 BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Byrd Machine in* • if * • Wins in Virginia Ex-Senator Defeats Former Army Colonel In Governor's Race RICHMOND, Vs., Aug. 4. M>)— Quiet conservative John Stewart Battle, » State Senator with 20 yeans of legislative experience, captured Tuesday's four-way Democratic primary election for governor and proved again the potency of the Virginia political organization hearted by Senator Harry Byrd. The 59-year-old Cliarloltesville lawyer won the party nomination that means election in November with 23.000 voles to spare on the basis of near-complete returns from the state's 1768 precincts. He swept the field — capturing seven of the stale's nine Congressional district's. And in so (loins; he beat back ''is nearest competitor, Francis Pickens Miller, the anti-organization candidate and former Army colonel, who posed the first serious Ihreat to the organization's supremacy 1> Uie last 25 years. Miller, second In the rpt.«t'd primary that ran around 300.000 voles, captured the two remaining districts. Horace H. Edwards, former Richmond mayor and ex-chairman of the slate Democratic party, ran far behind In third place. Rommlc L. Arnold. Petersburg mnnufacfllrer «nd a newcomer to state politics, was last^-fn- down the line. Unofficial returns compiled by the Associated Press from 1,636 precincts gave: Battle 127.519: Miller 104.178: Edwards, 44.601, and Arnold 21,022. first Rice from 1949 Crop Moves to Market DALLAS. Tex., Aug. 4. Wi—First, rice from the new crop arrived at southwest markets during the past week, the U S. Department of Agriculture's Production and Marketing Administration reported yesterday. Prices were well below those for the first offerings last year. . First harvesting occurred In Louisiana and Texas. One lot of No. I and 2 grade new crop Zenith rough rice sold In the Lake Artrnr area of Louisiana at $9 a barrel About 4,500 barrels of Zenith brcugrt $7.50 » barrel in the Bay City. Texas, area, and another similar size lot moved at S8.06 a karrel at Dayton. Texas. First sales of new crop rice this season ranged from J3.50 to $4.75 a barrel lower than opening prices on the new crop last year, when first lots of Zenith brought around »12.2S to J12JO a barrel. General rains -throughout Louisiana and Texas continued to favor »ro*-th ol the new crop. Early crops were heading in Arkansas »nd first new crop deliveries to mills are expected around August Milled rice markets continued seasonally dull. fx-Coitviet Wand to Go Bock to Prison but Not For a Few More Years TOLEDO. O., Aug. 4— <«•>— An ex- convict picked up Tuesday by Toledo Police for routine questioning wants to go back to prison—but not Just yet. Inside a pocket of Charles A. Rutledge's trousers, police found this note: "My name Is Charles Alovstus nutledge. They call me walking Charlie. I served two years at Angola. La., and my number Is 33288 Should I be found dead, please ship my remains to the penitentiary." Russians Release Wife Of Hitler's Naval Chief BERLIN. Aug. 3—M'j— Mrs. Elika Raerier, wife of the grand admiral who headed Hitler's fleet, told today of four years of captivity in Russian hand.s. In that time. Mrs Racder said, the Russians fed her caviar in Moscow, let her go hungry In Minsk, set her to peeling potatoes 1 n Sachsenhan.sen Concentration Camp, and ' •o.sttoncd her frequently. Finally (hey released her—without explanation. "The whole thine was without :yme or reason," she said. She is going to the home of her son near Kiel, in the British zone of occupation. Her husband, Erich Racder, Is serving a life term In Spandau Prison, run by the four occupation powers. He was convicted at Nuernberg of waging war. The Russians look the Raeders to Moscow when troops overran their home near Berlin In 1945. Mr. Raeder said at one titne she was kept In a cellar four months. When she was released from Sach- cnsenhausen, July 1, she was ordered to stay In the Russian zone She said sh^ could not find a room In Potsdam, where she was told she could live. She rode an elevated train into the American sector of Berlin. Pennsylvania Solon Told How Cotton Is Used in Manufacture of Wool Rugs WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. (AP) — Senator Mycr ID-Pa) was told yesterday now a wool carpet is made partly with cotton. The Pennsylvania!! alone held a Senate Interstate Commerce subcommittee hen-ing on a proiwsal to requite identification of cotton pro- duns for the protection and benefit of producers and consmnerfi. W. Lyle Holmes, president of Archibald Holmes and Sons, Philadelphia, spoke for the carpet Institute against proposed cotton labeling legislation. Holmes showed the senator samples of woo! carpets made with cot- | Ion backing—the kind of carpet [ you'd like to buy to replace that' worn one In the front room. Holmes also took him verbally through the carpet-making proce.ss. "A carpel back," he said, "is quite complicated. The back of a carpet is made of cotton and Jute. It is almost never composed of wool, or partly of woo), because of mechanical ui'JUilability of wool to this purpose. "Wool will not do," lie said. Cotton OIvpj SlreiiElli Holmes added that: "1. Cotton is employed in the oack of a carpet where construction requires strength, elasticity or stretch inri a little bull'.. "2. Oi It Is used in very heavy yarns which must possess strength, elasticity and bulk. "3. Jute is employed where stiffness, strength, .uon-stretchability and bulk are required." One carpel, he said, requires just about as much backing a* another. "This Is not done from a desire to deceive the consumer, but because a study back is necessary to hold any kind of pile in place," he said. 'The proportion of cotton used." he insisted, "has no bearing on the quAllty at the carpet or rug." Dr. Ernest F. Tittle, Methodist Leader, Dies EVANSTON. III., Aug. 4. tlTt— Til* Rev. Dr. Ernest Fremont Tittle, one of the foremost leaders of the Methodist Church, died yesterday He was 63. He collapsed of a heart ailment nt his Evanston home. Dr. Tittle was chairman of the Commission on World Peace of the Methodist Church. He had been high In its councils for more than a score of years. For* 30 years, he was pastor of (he First Methodist. Church of Evanston. Earlier, he held pastorates at Delaware, O., and Columbus, O Brlrkl.Ttri Speed Up WARSAW, Poland — 07V- A new champion bricklayer Is crowned almost every day In Warsaw. Records are falling as rapidly as they are established by workers helping to rebuild this war-rievasted Polish capital. The newest record is claimed by Waclaw Leslewlc? and two companions. They claim to havr laid 24.000 bricks in eight hours. SAVE ON BETTER FOODS Good Quality Tender BEEF ROAST Lb. 49c Boneless Rind-On SLI. BACON 39 King Cotton PORK SAUSAGE , 49 BEEF STEW ,49 Swift's Premium SLI. BACON 55 Fresh Ground Hamburger Lb. 35c Sliced Freestone PEACHES A-lc 1. Lb. Cans Nice Home-Gro\vn TOMATOES Tender, Home-grown EAR CORN 31 Kresh dressed Grade "V FRYERS , b 65 U.S. No. 1 Idaho White POTATOES Ice Cold Watermelon Lb. 2c TOM. JUICE No. 303 Ac Can 9 l : . S. NIL 1 Red POTATOES Ih 4i' I'Ycsh, firm, green CABBAGE ,,,3f BEANS HI 2 r SPAM" Jn oil, Dal can =SARDINES ea IP DAVIS & STRICKLAND Grocery & Market 309 North 6th Street Public Works Program Speeded-up by Dewey ALBANY, N. Y.. AIIR. 4. l,r, — Governor Dewcy yesterday ordered a speedup In the slate's $575,000,000 Public Works Program lo cape with "recession" unemployment. He directed the public works department to give (op priority to construction projects in irfas "hardest, hit" by increasing job- le.<tf ness. Dcsvey's action camp \viin his release of the first report by his re- ce.ntly-nppolmc.d "Watchdog" Committee on employment and unemployment conditions. Tlir committee, comprising niem- PAGB TTTO ' Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained > marriage license it the office of Miss Elizabeth Blylhe, county clerk, yesterday: Arthur Farlow and Mrs. June Morrison of Decatur, III. Snakes, owls and hawks prey upon young Jack rabbits. bers of the Dewey cabinet said unemployment was "a serious but not alarming problem" In the slat*. With the Courts Chanter y : Everett Hall vi Rachel Hal], »ult for divorce. Circuit: C. W. Parkinson and Ruth Parkison vs. Roy Spencer, suit for 12,500 damages resulting from accident, August 1, 1949, In front of J. L. Naber's store. Ester Robertson, v». I. D. 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