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May 19, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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THURSDAY, MAY 19,1049 BLYTHEVILLE (AttK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE UVEM McMath Denies Labor Vote Calls Oid Not Ask Change Did Not Ask Change In Wood Bill Voting, LITTLE ROCK, May 19. (/P) — Governor McMath yesterday denlsd flatly calling any Arkansas Congressmen about 'heir vote on the Wood Labor Bill. Following: a House vote last week In which the switch of four Arkansas Congressmen was Instrumental in sending the bill back to committee. Victor Rlfiel, a Washington columnist said that the Arkansas governor had made midnight long distance calls to the Congressmen to change their vole. They were Reps. Hays, Harris, Tackett and Norrell. At the time, McMath declined to comment on the report, but th« Arkansas Congressmen denied that the governor had asked them to change their vote. This morning, McMath told his news conference that he thought "that mystery" had been cleared up Bvit referring to a recent editorial In » Little Rock newsoaper (The Arkansas Democrat) which specu lated on the matter, the Governor stated: "No midnight call waj made by me to members of Congress at any time on any matter. Statements made by the members of Congress fti are correct. ^ "T did not call them on the Wood Bill." Rita and Aly to be Wed in Groom's Chateau on Mediterranean Shore By A! Tin SUInk.pf *CANNES, France, M»y 1». W>— Rita Hayworth was told yesterday that her marrUjt to Prince Aly Khan almost certainly will take place within sound of the pounding waves of the Mediterranean Dispensations ire necessary to hold • ceremony »t Prince Aly Theater Owners Told to Prepare For TV in State Roosevelt to be We/comet Into House as Democrat Khan's seaside chauteau, De L'Ho- rlzon, rather than In the slightly dingy town hall of the village of Valaurls which lies a Jew miles back In the hills. The dispensations the prtiice Is seeking Kf provided by French law for very specif' emergencies, such as deathbed weddings or ceremonies which must take plac« while epidemics rage. Ordinarily officlal- om Insists that the civil ceremony lust take place at the own hall. But the.petition for dispensations as reported to be sailing along Icely In the French ministry of ustlce in ''arls. Communist Mayor Paul Derigen aid that the first tiling this, morn- ng he was notified from Paris that nother legal obstacle to the mar- lage — about the last one. he hought—had been cleared away The record f Aly's divorce was de- joslted In Paris. That step was lecessary to cleat the decks for he marriage. Now all we need Is good wea- her." satd the mayor. There was a bustle of prepara- ion in the chateau but Rita took time out for her usual French lesson. There are two additions to the household—a spaniel named Puddles, sent to Rita (from the United Slates, and Suz&nne Yosset of Paris Suzanne is a mistress of the wardrobe sent down by Jacques Fath to look alter the 15 gowns that will see Rita through the wedding festivities. LITTLE ROCK, May 19. If,— Arkansas theater owners were told yesterday to make reajy for tele vision when It blossoms out In the state. Predicting that television soon would move into Arkansas in "great strides" was Oael Sullivan, New York, executive director ol the Theater Owners of America. In aii address at the 30th annual convention of the Independent ppropriatc | Theater Owners of Arkansas. Sullivan told the delegates to treat the new industry not as a competitor but as an ally In business. Sullivan, 'ormer Democratic National Committee official, xald tel evislon could he used as an asse in the motion picture business He suggested that theater owners us television as a means 01 advertls Ing a inov'e. Eight old timers In the buslnes of operating theaters In Arkansn wore honored at a luncheon ye.ster day The members, who aided In or ganlzt ig the association, are: Cecil Cupp, Arkidelphla; O. Hauler. Pine Bluff; Will Mack Jonesboro; Sidney M. Null. Ho Springs: Ell Whitney Collins. I,it tie Rock; John H. Collins, Parn gould; D. E. Pitton. Harrison, ai C. A. Lick. Fort Smith. 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They're lovely and you should buy several at thl< low, low price! Tear IMC only In regular and extra slue* IB tit 20. We made 600 customers huppy with tltt* same offer last weckl Everyday Low Price 25c Men's Dress ANKLETS 2 pair for 53C Slijtbt irregulars, fancy striped cottons and rayons. Mercerized blaier stripes and plaid*. Rayon tanner wrap*. She 1* U 12. None Sold To Dealers. We Reserve The Right to Limit Quantities Blyth«yilU, Ark. *A « x n N *v, X 0% ^ <>** .&<» •**> ^

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