The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1947 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR JBLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 27. 1.941 Coup Reported In Nicaragua Former President Takes Contrpl from Leader He Sponsored • MEXICO/'CITY, Mnyv 27:— Former President Gen. -i Aimtnsio Soinoza was'; reported in full control of tlM'Nlcaraguin,i;ovoi'nm^nt today after a swift daw;; cou) Monday?by?.the" Anhy' hi controls Siorafei information rcaohlnt, oMior - lAtin American couturis from .'Managua, the; 'NiiyiraRuin capital, Indicated that Sonv.a' ha< detained the aged 1 Presivlen la'on nrdo . Arguellb' in : the prcsictcnla unlace. Arguello' succeeded Soinoz as' president May. ,1. .. • • ' ; .Tightly censored' dispatches fror Vanagua' stated only that ih army had 'takeir over the government aiKi everytliinc was quiet. Travelers from Managua resulted in Panama that Somozi was solidly in-, control ami the city quiet. Sporadic machine yun flra near , lite presidential i>alacc early Monday was mentioned in rcpcns, reaching San jose, costa nlca. Sorhoav' wiis 'said to have demanded _ that Areuello reUiicjiUsh the presidency lie had held only 26 days. At the same lime Somo/'.i took over military control of tl'.c country. The. motive tor somo/a's move was uncertain. He retired May 1 after inauguration of Aijnieilu, whom'he had picked as hir, presidential -successor. A rguettn wus elected president by ne.irly 40.000 otcs. 'over iji 1 .. Enoc Aliuado. After the . liiaugitntKin Soinc/iii moved from the presidi'iUml pnlnce n a .hilltop down- to the new ^atlonnl Guard l.eidquartei.s a ew hundred faet bcV.iw; He retaiiicd tile post of Nation".! Gunrd . commander. • It would be easy for National . G'Wnsiii'ji to cordon olf the pulses, isolating its nhabitants. necent reports lrom"<lleiriv:un indicated thai, Sonmoza \vas dtssali- ed with Arguello's actio.n ns president. • He apparently cxpi'Ctud Aiguello to be a "niiibcr tilaini)" president. Another uncertain ?ienuail was the role o[ Sonmn's politic', il • opposition which had .supported '.hi! Colorful Career pri'Sidental candidacy of docttr ARimdo. There were recent ivpnrls, apparently well fcmiuU'tl, that an opposition comp D'Klat, ,l«wl been planned but failed to mak'iialb.':. Soinozn's action misjht htcra lirc-n Inlciidcd to head off sin 'ipixis'stoii aUempt. A traveler reiichlnu I'annrnn from Mining]]:! last nislil said, "S<>mo:u < siticl took action nL his ow»i choice;, took it easy, laid his plans well There is little chance I'.e will ,-oiiic out on tile losiin- <'!><!. Nillucv pi>r cent ot the army appeals sri- idly iH'liimt him. Ex-Army Officer Held in Theft of $106,000 in Gold WASHINGTON, -May 27. (UP) — William K. Evans, former Army officer, was arraigned today before a U. 3. Commissioner in f,('-s ALI- Sji'los on charges of enibezzlim; S1CG.IWU in gold bullion which the Sugar Stamp | Council Predicts 72 NOW Good i Wider Use of For 70 Pounds Cotton for Towels WASHINGTON, Majr 27. (UP) — The Agriculture Department .ves- terday ordered spare \ stani]> No; 12, (jood for 10 pounds of sugar, made valid immediately. Tills Is the stamp that was to have become valid on 'June 1. The Department said it was necessary to make sugar available for can- iihiK early crops. , , Toilnys action does/ not Increase anybody's sugar allotment. II merely means that stamp No. 12 is. good at once. | Uui. the Agriculture Department said another .sugar (ration stamp also good [or 10 pounds, would he validated not later .tlian AUfJ 1. It also held out-Hie possibility of even more sugar-If the supply Improves later this year. Under present law', sugar rationing expires Oct. 31. Housewives have l)eon promised a 35-pound a person allotment by' thai time. The stamp validated by .Aug. 1 will complete the 35-poimii allotment, so any suyar pi'ovidcd after that \vill be: in addition. / •MBMFIIIS, Teim., May 27. (UP) —The National Cotton Council foiecast today that towels will 'c the third lai'BCSl domestic end use market for cotton by 1350, unless "an increase in cotton prices gl' other fibers a stronger competitive position." The estimate was that cotton consumption in this field would rise from 270,0:0 bales in 1039 to 2EO.OO bales in 1950. The forecast was made on the assumption Ihnl moderate prosperity will exist during 1950, li which 15-lCth-ioch middling col- ton will be selling at an estimated 25 cents per pound. The council cautioned that in allowance was made for the pos.;i Willy of lie wscientiiic ttiscoverie or of major "innovations" in mar keting which might affect the com relative relationship of cotton aiu its competitors. FOR DEPENDABILITY! DR. MII/FON E. W Optometrist 138 East Main ISIythcville, Aril. Phil Crane, crooner at a Chicago night club, wants to be a palmar and hopes to make enough money singing to be able to devote nil lib time to painting. Above, he works on a portrait of Monica Lewis, who also sings at the club. Romney Blasts His 'Friends' In Washington Bank Scandal Too Late to Classify For Safe Cull lllj'llinvllli- 2fl.|!l.' WASHINGTON, May 27. (UP) — Knrmer House Scigeant-at-arms Kennolh Honiney. faced with a prison sentence for covering up a $143 863 shortage in the House Hank, blamed his plight today on "faithless" friends who looted the hank and . loft, him to lake the lap. The 05-year old Montana Democrat, who refused to so on the stand ov enter a formal defense with The Semi-Mounted No. 6 Mower Built for Fast Tractor Operation Available Immediately Works Equally Well With Any Make Tractor From hitch to the tip of the cuUer-bm- the Tso. G is buill to withstand the strain of t'iisl tractor operation . . . yet, l t's flexible as a horse drawn mower, . hugging the contour of your land—Kelting ;l '! the crop. Sce-'the No. 6 on "display at the "(il" linplciuoiit •Co., consider it's many fine points—then you'll want .the one that stjiiuls head and shoulders above the rest, The Mnssey-Harris; No. 6 Mower. Two Coster Wftee/s—Maximum flexibility ALSO A FEW NO. 11-4 BAR TRACTOR SIDE DELIVERY RAKES Bob Smith No. Highway 61 Carl Wallace Phone 2142 In that 'respect was former Rep. John H. Slnitlrwick, D.. Pla.. whom he held accountable for more than S83.0CO. of the shortage. Neither •Mahoncy nor Smitiiwick can ijc prosecuted because of the statute of limitations. NOTICE Notice Is hereby nlv?n lhat the undersigned will within the time il Ills trial, liroke his .silence i public statement appealing for •rvcrsal of his conviction. He was sentenced Friday to serve me to three years in federal pen- tentiary. He is free on $2,500 l>a!l lending outcome of an appeal. Komney contended thai he sprcar i trial of false entries across the .cm!: records only because he saw no other way of recovering the. money embezzled by rubber-check :irtisls in olficiul Washington. "I was'guilty of lamentable fol- ]•;. ycr,, aim of many mistakes of jiuliimonl in trusting and protect- i>~ Faithless men." he said. "Hut in my own heart and conscience t feel no sense of purposeful frnncl." Romney .'.aid his' "follies" con- sisled of not prosecuting [M'lhoney or New York, a former batik cashier who quit leavtiv pai-portetl confession of a $31,700 cinbc?z!cLnont. nn,i of cashing "innumerable" bud checks for con- " nomney said the biggest offcnd- nxed by law apply to tin Croumis- sioncr of Revenues of the .SLutc of Arkansas for n permit to sell beer at retail at 1916 \V. Main, Blytheville Mississippi County. The undersigned states thai lie h a citi/cu of Arkansas, of uoorl morn! character, thnt he has never leer convicted of a felony oi 1 olh'M' mime 1 Involving moral turpitude; Hint no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five i last past; nnd tlu 1 .^ the umier signed lias never been .convic^d o violating the laws of ('.us state, o any other state, relating to Ine sail of alcoholic liquors. Ulliiii Camp. Subscribed and sworn to i);Far me tills 28 tiny of May, 1W1 Mrs. Marshall Blackiitd. (Seal) • NotsiryPuhl! My commission expires March 1/HPROVtD FOR PREMIER with the Exclusive S|27-i,k-r>|2 - *ISfl.(10 II T. osl AKU SI.. Illyl Mdlorryrli 1 . l.ikf j;iillou. S:ivc n» I.i-»-|« Calf. -101 pvilli-. r,|27.,,k-:m . liArtlxv Vets Hospital Site In Little Rock Again in Jeopardy LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 2 (UP) — Location of the S«.0~ veterans hospital in Arkansas penred today to be depending upo where the new University of Ark ansas Medical center will be bml Veteran Administration officia 111 Little Rock received word yeste day from Maj. Cien. Paul R. Haw ley that Hie organization is lioli ing up any further immediate steps concerning the hospital until future plans of the medical school are settled. Hawley said he told Trustee Chairman Herbert L. Thomas of Fayetteville that the VA preferred to build its hospitals near medical schools. Both Thomas ami Gov. Ben Lancy have Indicated that the proposed University building mipii be erected in some city other than Little Rock if the capital c"|y fails to cooperate. And mcanwTiile. Hot Springs. Fayetteville. Fort Smith and Texnrkana have made bids for the school and hospital. and "Vibra-Sweep" Motor-Driven Brush Come in today-see this famous Premier "21"! Its exclusive Duo-Matic Nozzle adjusts ro any rug for most efficient cleaning! Extra-thick rugs require only a slight turn of the Duo- Matk Adjuster. Outstanding features include a powerful 2-speed motor and dirt-finding Search-Lite. It's the combined action o£ Premier's strong suction and the Vibra-Sweep brush— vibrating and sweeping the rug on a cushion of air— that makes every rug really "come clean"! (LIIIII e k IH , 1. :1 ro ..... li . ir.OO. r niiiulh. I Ji>1s. rnul linns.- i-lo . fnm lBli lill alil 'VC "( la. ic SUli. W. Ma In lln> Sliirt Os Personal Read Courier News Wani Ads. Watch Your Step! An average of 75 people nr»!=.iUcd every day of the month of July in tile United States by falls, i' 1 the home, at work, or in the street. For quality without qualification, PREMIER stands time-proved . . » and improved! o«bt $69.75 ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. 208 West Main Phone 2071)1 Army had picked up in Fovmos-i, (hi: Department of Justice announced. F.vnr.s is a former lieutenant colonel. U was elinrgcd he stole and embezzled the gold bullion which was recovered by the army when il moved into Formosa after the Japanese surrender. Tin' Justice Department recommended that he be held on bail. Tlie stlnkhorn is an evil-smelling fungus shaped like a horn. NOTICE Notice is hereby givo.i that the undersigned will within tlio lime xcd by law apply to Mie Cimnnis- oner of Revenues of l.ho Stale- of insas- for a permit to .^11 Iner t retail at 228 North Si'coil'l Street, ilytheville, Mississippi C.ni'.^y. The umlersignecf staves that he is citizen of Arkansas, of good moral harncter, lhat he has never hern onvictcd of a felony or other crime nvolving moral turpitude: that no Iccusc to sell beer ijy ih^ underlined has been revoked within five 'ears last past: and lli.it the under- iynecl hits nevei 1 been convicted of •iolating the laws of tli-s slate, or my other stntc. relatin-; lo the sale of alcoholic liquors. Dud Cason Post Number 24 By Marshal! Ulackard. Subscribed and sxx-ora lo before me this '2'1 day of May. 11-17. Mrs. Marsh.in Blackc.rd (Senll Nut-.ir; PubJlc. My commission expires March 9. 13 IB. Don't let worry over worn, dangerous tires spoil your pleasure. Equip your car today with tough, safe, long-wearing THOROBREDSfy AS LITTLE AS NEW TUBES PROTECT NEW TIRES. Buy MM amazing new Thorobrod Butyl tulxti. Th«y held air many tim»> Ung«r than ordinary rubbir tub«». SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE AKE * DATE WITH DAYTON *T ^ T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 E. 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