The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1949 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 23, 1949
Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST M, 1941 Dixie Democrats To Keep Fighting Committecmon Says He'll Carry Battle Back Horn* If Ousted WASHINGTON, Aug. 23. (fl*> — William H. Talbot, national com- rnitt*«man for Louisiana, .said today If the Democratic National Committee kicks him out, lie will tak« his fight back home and "slap them down." Talbot Is one of the Slates Rights members of the committee whom national -party leaders are Keeking to oust because of their support ol the states rights presidential ticket In 1948. Talking with reporters, TalboL said he had been officially elected a member. He challenged the jurisdiction ol the national committee's credentials group scheduled to meet later in the day to hear scat- ing contests from the South. He contended that only the State Democratic Committee of Louisiana can expel him and it has Uken no action toward that end. He also challenged administration contentions that supporters of Governor J. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina as the states rights presidential candidate had left t .e Democratic Party. He said the Democratic Party had left the States left. "If they kick me out," Talbot RighLera by swinging toward the said, "I will take my fight back to th« state and slap them down again. 11 they kick me out I feel they will have kicked out the entire electorate of Louisiana, as well as having slapped Hie democratic state committee In the face, "We are not changing the Democratic Party. We are fighting the same principles that the party has had for years. "We want the states to run their own politics," he said. "We don't want a dictator in Washington telling us what to do." Southerners in Congress fully expect the Democratic family row to wind up in a verbal spanking, to be publicly administered to States Righters tomorrow by the nationa' committee. GRAND JURY PRICES CUT AGAIN ! ON B.F. Goodrich TIKES NO BOMBS TODAY—From the historic city ol Munich. Germany, itself a symbol ol prewar phony peace talk, comes the above picture with a "message" from the Communists. The Reds scrawled the words "No Atomic Bombs" on the walJ—aptly that ol a cemetery—as a slogan of their unsuccessful campaign in recent German elections. On the n^hi. ijlllc children play, imuwiirc of the significance or the painted words. {Photo by NKA-Acme correspondent Gcrhart P. Sciiug.) Storm Warnings Up As Hurricane Moves Nearer Eastern Coast MIAMI, Flrt.. Aug. 23—f.^j—Nor- theast storm warnings were hoisted at Cap Hatleras at It a.m. <EST) today as the season's first Atlantic; hurricane swirled northward. The Weather Bureau's 11 a.m. advisory placed the storm about 340 miles east of St. Augustine. Pla., moving northward at about 20 miles per hour and accelerating in forward movement. Giady Norton, the weather bureau's chief storm forecaster here, said indications were the hurricane called "Harry," would pass near an probably oF Cape Hatlf i~nK early tomorrow morning. Winds were estimated at 100 to 115 miles per hour near the center of the storm with gale force winds extending outward '125 miles. Methodists Get Deed For Church Site on South Howard Street Continued from Page 1. tiona to improve the institution Several members of the legislature and a representative of the iiov ernor's office were in the meeting room. The board agreed with most of s critical report- on the school made by the Arkansas Council for Children and Youth. Morgan commented: "The people of Arkansas have seen what we have down here and now they can .see what they wantj and see if they want to pay for it." He said younger supervisory personnel might or migrjt not be a solution to some problems. Citing improvements made at ihe school, another board member, Mrs. Ruth Hale. Little Rork. said ! that at- one time "we didn't even have water fit for human consumption—it wa-sn't, even fit for washing." HUNT ^ Continued from page 1, how he opened his own Washington of!ice in 1946 "at the suggestion ol .several Senators." He also .siicl: "The While House group has been mo>-l kind to me. We can abolish n-rt t»n^ quickly. . . "We rnjoy ihLs life. ... It has also neon, very reaumeratii. e, Though \vc are non-partisan in palitics. v;t; have been very close to and loyal to Air, Truman person a Mv, M) 011 r rcLntioii.ship is e ir en rlosor than heretofore: Final!v p. committee investigator rf'd into the record whnt he ck-scrJbf ft as part of the transcript of n telephone rail between Kunt and Riiy McGrrevey, of Chicupo, icpi'e-sf-nLin^ (lie Demco Distributing Company, on Dec. 29, 1948. The ex^hnn^e wont a.s Follows: McG rr pvey: ' I lew we.l 1 do yc m k'low :im! ho\v close are you to Trumiri?" Hunt: "1 had a nice assurance alter the rlrclion. I won't toll you over the telephone. I was in the van. down the line. We went through with him all the way. Ii"s siom^ to be a great thing You do not cio things with him. The offifKtl (itrniiy are my Iiirnds. There are goinp to be a lot of c):!im:c i .s r ider the inauguration. ." i rhe siyiheville Methodist I Church, U> he located at the corner ! of Howard Street and Kenwood Drive, will be under construction I soon, Ui bi- a purt of the Lone Oafc i and Kalf Moon Pariah. The tnu fees took possess Eon of the loi this morning, after deed signin? ceremonies. Trustee,"?, prospective members, the pa;,tor. the Rev. W. B. Yount, and Methodist mini/it era from this area, watched the ceremonies, presided over by the Rev. E. B. Williams formerly of Blytheville, now super) n'^ndfMit of the church's Jone.sboro District. .1. N, Moody, a trustee, was the former owner of the property. The ftpv. Mr. Williams said that | the trustees planned to meet early j iii September to determine building j Trustees participating in the ceremonies included J. R. Colcman, Glen Alexander, Jack Robcrt.son J. W- Fiplris, B. S. Wakciield and the pallor Check Writer Fined Bob Wells was fined $10 and costs in Municipal C'ouit t ti i s morning on a charge of obtain ing pcrsomtl properly under false pretense-. Wells is charged with giving a worth less check amounting to SI3.8'^ to Walter Dunlop for the purchase of merchandise. Read Coiif' r NLWS Want Ads, NEW Kits O\icns Week Days 7:00 p.m. Muliurr Saturday .t Smulajs ,M:it.-bUM. 1, Conl. Showin Manila, Ark. Slums EVKItY NIGHT Dictionary Planned MOSCOW— Wj—The Academy of Sciences of the Georgian Republic of I lie Soviet Union is issuing n definitive dictionary of the Georgian language. It was recently announced in the Tbilisi paper that this dictionary world consist of six volumes and contain 125.QOQ words: The Georgian 'angunge i.s the principal language of the Japhetic group of tongues. It Is exceedingly ancient and no languages in Europe are related to it. Tuesday "CRIME DOCTOR'S DIARY" \\ itli Warner ll;t\lcr anil Adi'lc Jcrgcns Also Shorts \Vudnc.siiii.v £ Thursday THE LADY GAMBLES" \vilh Biirbani Stanwyck unrt Koliert Preston DEFIANCE 6.00-16 PLUS TAX • Backed by lifetime guarantee. • Wide, full depth non-skid tread. • Price reductions on other Defiance sizes also. $1.25 a Week TRADE TIRES TODAY and SAVE! B.F.Goodrioh 417 W. Main Phone 6331 Obituaries Osceola Child Dies Rite^ for tlir infant son of Mr. j ami Mrs. Nenl Mizell of Oscci>Ki were coiuiucLccl ;U 4 ».i». today ;it ri i tho Cobb Ciutpci by the Rev. Ro> NEW TRUMAN ASSISTANT— I Baplcy. pastor of the First Mc- Gcei-gc McKec Elscy. 31. new S10.0QI1 Uiotlist Church in Blytheville -a-ycar administrative assistant to The baby, Ncnl Wayne Mizell President Truman, sits at his desk died List nialit at the Daplis at Hie White House. His home is in i Ho.,ml,il in Memphis He »as one OakmoiU. Pa. He is a former assis- month .nui 11 days old. He wa.- tant to Clark M. Clifford, special Uic only son ot Mr. and Mrs. Miz- i-onn.Tc] to the president. «A[ J Wire- ell. Burial u-;i.s to be in Uic Maple 1'lioto*. ' Cil'ove Cemetery. VETCH VETCH VETCH 98.3% PURITY HAIRY VETCH Plant Now while you have time, Call us or come by for your seed. MANN & WILSON FEED and SEED STORE Osceola Phone 925 Pioneered by Oldsmobile Ten Years Ago, RA-MAT 1C HITS A :!EW HIGH! In Today's "Rocket Engine Oldsmobile! Smoofhness! You ? ri H\uYa-M,ilir Dmr*al il« Fiihiramir J:conomyJ \\itli all ii> l>rilN,nu finest in a "Knvkri" Knginc OM.-mohilc! 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