The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1946 · Page 8
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BLYTHEVlLtE (AtiK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 27, 1946 Is Hold Lead in Balloting |low«rer, Coalition , JBovernment Assured . febr Chechoslovakians, ', PfeAGUE, May 27. (UP)—The C«5ios!ovak Communist party wor • plurality in the phi-liauicntm- election yesterday, but by falling shop; of n clcai majority apparently assi»*d the country of another coalition- government, returns showed todiy More than 7,000.000 votes were east'.ln the orderly election, Czecho*Slovakia's first postwar balloting. '; I>ft wing pfirlles.i including the CdnSnunlsts, Social Democrats nnd .SloyfOc Labor party, appeared to have received a fraction over 60 per "cent of the votes cast. The right wing Socialist, Catholic People's, Slorak Democrats and Slovak Prco- donV party hnd a combined vote sllgStly under half of the total cast. The government will .serve unlil Jurfe 15, when President Eduard Benjs will resign. Tlie new parlh- men.t will select a president, almost 'certainly Bones. Irr the forming of n new cabinet, trie~J>arUcs of the coalition probably willibe asked to agree among themselves on } a . premier. If no such agreement is readied, presumably thejresldent then will ask the Communists to form n government. Results showed Ihe country al most evenly divided into Marxist and^anti-Marxist camps. Final de- terniinatlon of parliamentary scais wasVdolsyed 'by a complicated system* of proportional representation]! but unofficial calculations indicated the \farxlst faction m»> have." won a four-scat majority. . Mo're than 7.000.00C persons cas' ballots .Sunday- In an orderly election 1 .'Bohemia ami Moravia volc< for 'slates proposed by four parties cliooslns 231 delegates. Slavakli tlected 09 delegates from (our parties."! The Communists were the onlr party to have slates in both aren.-i but'iherc were close ideological tlo. between oilier parties in tlic tw zones. Tl^e coalition government lieadc by .President Edvard Bcncs wa virtually certain to continue In of- ficc,^ witlV some possible changes in personnel, regardless of the final -j»:Srliament<u'y lineup. The sViary leftward swing will strengthen Communist Influence on' U>e Cxcch constitution to be drawn up by the "--new parliament. Fifty-One Nations Team Up for Ocean Rescues ,/ f OCEMI STATION VESSELS f,r^ '.' '*ss&-?^| RESCUE CO-ORDINATION CENTERS RESCUE J«IT))lS£ SEARCH LIMITS SHORE BASED VESSELS overnors Study [axation Issues Activity of KKK Under Scrutiny Of Investigators M «'J AZORES™ *' 35*30 N 40*00 W Atlantic Ocean Born of an Anplo-American system set up during Ihe war, \vhich has functioned smoothly ever since, plans for ;t iicrmunctxt world-wktc network for air-sea rescue hnvc just been completed by representatives of 51 nations, mecthiK in Paris as "PICAO"—Provisionnl International Civil Avia-' tlon Organisation. Map above shows how the system works. Upon receiving a radioed distress signal, powerful listening posts on both sides of Ihe Atlantic "fix" the locution of survivors and the nearest co-ordinalion center dispatches planes and ships to the scene. Thirteen weather ships will be maintained at fixed stations._ PICAO -was organised with an eye to the greatly expanded post' . ...... ^ -war trunsocoimk' travel.r Harrison Choral Club To Present Program The Choral Club of Richard n. HiiiTison Negro High School will )rcs^nt its nnnunl musical pro?ram tomorrow nlglil, 8 o'clock, in [he Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, Ash and Fifth street.';. Featured on the program will be. spiritual, cln-sslcnl and semi-classical numbers. The Choral Club has made sevc- rny tours tins year, in addition to radio appearances, ami is said '.<>' be the best organi/cd Broiiy of singers jn the history o[ the school. Directress Is W. O. Blakcly. The public is invited to attend nnd there will be a reserved sec- lion for white attendants, It was announced. the Southwest, and a drawing card for thousands of tourists will be held III Santa Fe Aug. 31, Sept. 1 and Labor Day, Sept. ' 2. Commemorative features In recognition of 194i) a.s the centennial of tile peaceful ac<iiiist!un of the territory of New Mexico by Gen. Stephen Watts Kearny will be held. Election of the Fiesta queen will :)robab!y i)c held in Juno, it wus innounccd by Fiesta Council 1'rcs- ilenl A. IJ. Mnrtineii. •• In 18!)i President Harrison established the Ycllqwstone Timber Land Reserve—the first' such reserve in the United Slates. B''tO anta Fe, N. M'ex. Fiesta o Be Three-Day Event SANTA FE. N. M. (UP)—Simla reverts to a prewar custom this It when the Fiestn will be held three ilnys instead of the war- nc two. The Fiesta, known Ihroughoiitlsi Methodist Churches Seek Funds tor College CON WAY, Ark. May 27.—Melh- list churches of Mississippi County, alom; with others throughout the state, will he expected to do their part In a $1,000,000 campaign for ITcndilx College, Conway, during the period from September 1 to October 6, Dr. C. M. Rcvcs, Methodist leader chosen to direct the campaign, sold today. The funds obtained In the churches will supplement, contributions raised before then by Methodist committees which a>'P already active and will continue until the t;oal of the camnnlyn IN' MKMOK1AM fn loving memory of my son, Lieut. •Uigur 11. Lloyd, who was killed in France, Nov. 10, 1944. I do not need a birthday, son, Or a Christmas bright and new Or any anniversary To make me think of you. For yon are always in my thoughts From morning until night. And then until the smallest star HIIS faded out of sight. I think of you at work, n.t home, And every place in town. And whether L am happy, Or my world is upside down, You are the music and the words Of every song I slug From Summer into Autumn and From Winter into Spring. And someday when the sun goes down Beyond the silent blue, T know my parting thought will be Another thought of you. Mother. Annual Conference Of Executives Opens In Oklahoma City. BY I-YLE C. WII,dON ;jniled Press Staff Correspond*nt OKLCHOMA, CITY, May 27. Ul'i— The 38th annual governors -oiiferencc convened here today to s conservation, tax and vet- nans problems but apparently will ijnme strikes nnd labor legislation, i Unless some governor holts the | >re|>ared schedule the question of ;lr!kes and what to do about tliem will be overlooked, nut the meeting Is groggy from effects of the rail strike which compelled President Truman. Qov. Thomas E. Desvcy, or New York, and some other head- lint' attractions to cancel plans to come here. About 30 of the expected 42 governors probably will be here, con- fiTi'iicf managers said. Gov. Ralph F. Gales. Indiana Republican, arrived early with plans to call a meeting of other Republican BOV- trnors for adoption of a "states' linlils" resolution. He will have Mjme Democratic support, too, for :my plan to return the United States Employment Service to thu slates. Gov. Ben T. Laney, 'Arkansas Democrat, reported that proper use ol Umlicr resources was revolution- ism!! the uses of wood and cnor- WASHINGTON, May 27. (UP)— A member of the House Committee on unAmerican Activities report- | ~ •c'll ihiit committee investigators will | 'J! leave today for Atlanta to study revival of Ui» Ku-Klux KVm. Rep. Gerald W. I/mdis, R., Ind., in announcing the move, emphasized that It merely wns a preliminary Inquiry to determine whether a full-Hedged committee investigation was justified. Eonie oilier committee members disclaimed any knowledge of the investigation, saying that it wa:5 not discussed in the full committee. One committee official, however, said the committee was interested in burning of fiery crosses at Stone Mountain, GH. Recent Klan activity in California also has attracted Baptistt Again Honor Blytheville Minister The Rev. E, C. Brown, pastor of First Baptist. Church, has been reelected to a three year term on the Board of Directors of the Southern Kapllst Hospital in New Orleans. Thc election was held at the mthern Baptist Convention from which tiie Rev. Mr, Brown has returned. mously expanding its production. Hut he estimated that less than 10 per cent of the nation's forest acreage was under an aden,unle perpetual growth program and that less than three per cent of the nation's forest laud owned bin small paresis is well managed. There are about 130,1,00,000 acres of forest land In i th c United States over which there i is no organized fire control of any kind. Thc governors heard almost immediately from their committee on tax and fiscal policies that the | sXatcs should avoid at this time i "ill advised attempts to lower taxes." Prosecutor Asks Return Of Burglary Suspect HARRISON, Ark., May 27. (UP) — Prosecuting Attorney R. E. Rush to day \vas attempting to return Hen ry Leslie Mayes to Marshall, Ark. for trial in August on nine conn!* of grand larceny and burglary. Mayes Is serving 10 years in At lanta. Th c Arkansas charges grew out of burglaries eommitteed Marshall and St. .Joe early tlii year. Mayes and several other mei and two women were captured I Litile Rock. Read Courier News Wa.nl Ad CAK1) OF THANKS Words cannot express the thanks nd appreciation to each and cvery- ne of you for your generous contrl- utions when our home was de- troyeti by fire. Es]«cialiy oo we tnank the Bly- hevllle Canning Company for their generous gift of $102.50, To all our rlends and neighbors, thanks and jod bless you, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reagan and family. Tli e California Fruit Growers Exchange estimates that In the past year the average family in the United States and Canada used three boxes of citrus fruits. committee attention, and may war- runt an investigation, the committee official said. CHAMBLIN Appliance Co. "The Appliance Center of Blytheville" Phonographs — Records and Accessories. Batlcry and Electric Radios ' 219 W Main Phone 3443 HOT'S BODY SHOP Rotly and Femler Specialist. Wrecks rebuilt. Guaranteed Work. Kcasoimble 1'rices. Free Estimates. •112 K. Main St. Phone 345G Day or Night Egyptian Movie Queen to Wed Yank Army Fast Moving Men From Camp Robinson LITTLE ftOCK. May 27. (UP) — Camp Koblnson olfieinis today were putting finishing touches on temporary plans to deactivate nvcst f the infantry replacement fratn- center by July 15. Only the enter's headquarters will remain ; the camp bv the deadline, and is to be closed by July 20 If resent orders are not changed. Eight battalions and one regl-: icntal headquarters arc to be ifsolved by June 15; four other, attalions and two regimental eadquarters will be elcscd by June 0; and five l;allolions and two eghiionlal headquarters will be losed by July 15, officials said. Tahia Kerim, wealthy Egyptian screen Mar and producer, is plc- lu:-cd with her finncc, Lt.-Col. Gilbert P. Levy, as they applied for n rn.ijriiijic license in Los AuRolos. They iriel while she wns onter- lauiiii;; i"mi;.s at the ordnance base near Cairo where Levy wns stationed. She will acl in n forthcoming Hollywood movie. .After.108.years of personal ru'.-j by -the "While Rajahs," the independent state of Sarawak, in northern Borneo, becomes parl "of -the British Empire, "sir 1 Charles Vynner Brooke (top), present "White Rajah," has jusl teded his realm, shown on map below, to the British Crown In/1838 the first white rajah. James Brooke, was elected tc rule the country by the peopk ancl the native Rajah Muda, whose •. subjects proved more .than he could handle. Brooke .governed, financed and con> . trolled Sarawak singlehandeil. : His nephew. Charles Brooke, .succeeded on his death in 186B, •ana, when he died, in 1917, the v present rajah took over. Refrigeration Air Conditioning The Ultimate in Mechanical Ability and System Designing M. D. TULLOS ns been attained. The campaign, activated this pring by Arkansas .Methodists, is lined at securing four ne* build- ngs and increasing permanent cn- lowment at Hendrix, the only Me- tiodlst school in the state. ial 474 d We'll Pick up Your *,„'• DRY CLEANING -•LAUNDRY NU-WA :: LAUNDERERS MY CLEANERS No. Second Telephone 2 2(50 LADY'S STOMACH WAS LIKE A GAS FACTORY; M EALS TURNED TO GAS One lady said recently that her stomach used to be like a "gas factory!" That is, when she ntc n menl it seemed to turn right into gas. She; wns always bloated, had awful stomach gas pains, daily headaches and constant irregular bowel action. Now, however, this lady says' she Is FREE of STOMACH GAS and she says the change is due to taking INNER-AID. Her meals agree with her. No gas or bloat after catin;!. Headaches and constipation are gone. "Oh! what relief!" states this lady. "Why don't other gas anil constipation sufferers get INNER- AID." INNER-AID contains 12 Groat Herbs; they -cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggisn liver and kidneys. Miserable pco pic soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get INNER- I AID. Sold by nil drug stores Here 1 in Blytheville. You'll Like Our HOUR CLEANING SERVICE It Is Geared to Meet Your Emergencies Remember . . . Better Cleaning Costs No More HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 West Main St. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2612 Welcome Veterans of Home d War II The Dqd Cason Post No. 24 has an entire afternoon of entertainment planned for YOUR HOME COMING! Park Ray Duke and his Sugar Creek Gang will entertain at 1:30 followed by an address by Rosco Crafton, At approximately 2:30 P.M. the American Legion Junior Baseball Team will play Osceola in the Fairgrounds Park. J A huge Barbecue feast will be the concluding event. T. F. "Doc" Dean will be Master of Ceremonies. WASH TUBES He's a Hitr I.eagucr BY LESLIE TURNER WHAT CAN Y WE H*^ GOOP SEASON fO I DO FOR I SUSPEcr MR.N^EE, THAT THE Y0U,W?.-ER- / CLEVEREST SWUPIK AT LfWGE MSSHR-l ? / WAV HAS CHOSEN VOU FOR. HIS NEW VICTIM! , NO KWBT. BUT NtVtR W*e SUITE FLATTEEED../ TKE JMSfAKE, WM DEAR SIBiOF BUT ne ftiwcws cc,w*Rius THOSE SUNGUNS MANfcSED TO COPE \ M\MtURS WlfH THE KWOeiOUS WITH SWINDLERS V F.BUCKIN6HMA ISH* , W WE FAST! RED RYDER lliR Game BY FRED HARMAN 1 NEVEf? KNEV) WHM1' STRUW5 ROPES FOR , •THAT s-n

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