The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, State Politics Gains Momentum f Candidates Slow , { To Show Many 1 Signs of Activity. f •By'United Press July Fourth is expected to give Arkansas "politics, a "shot In the arm, as one major candidate announces the opening of his campaign and others,, plan to lay their platforms before Uie voters. .'Lee \Vhfttaker of Port Smith, -war veteran opposing Rep. Fndjo Cra- Vfns In the 4th Congressional District, will oper> his campaign at the annual Veterans of Foreign Wars plcnlq at Greenwood, cravens isjexpectcd In Port Smith this week to' begin'his campaign and to answer charges of Income tax evasion filed last .week by State Revenue Commissioner Olho A. Cook . :Otlier holiday speakers will in- cludj gubernatorial candidates J^mes M. Malone and Oov. Ben Laney. Malone takes his campaign Thursday t 0 judsontn, TuckcVmnn, Portia and Piggolt after speaking tonight at Magnolia. Lancy will I speak Thursday at the Onark Rodeo at Spilngdale. He adnilltcd last, week that politics will creep into his Sprlngdal« talk and his address »t Rogers the next day when he dedicates the new nylon factory. (Atty. Gen. Guy E. Williams 3lans to speak at celebrations in Portia and PIggott. Williams' oppo- icnl, Sam Rorex, plans lo attend holiday gatherings—esi>cclally lhor,Tj sponsored by the American Legion. The lieutenant governor's race appeared to be gaining speed. Sen. Roy Mil urn of Harrison lias set UP headquarters In Little Rock, nnd is running on his record of 24 years In the State Senate. Ills principal opponent, Morrlllon's Nathim Gordon, will establish headquarters In Little Hock this week. In the first move that can lie termed political activity In the race for associate Justice of the State Supreme Court, justice E, L. Mc- Hnncy will appear as Judge of the Fishing Rodeo at Augusta Thursday when the world's champion crapple fisherman will lie crowned. His opponent, E. H. Patterson ol Clarksville, has not announced his campaign plans. to Trieste When In the presence of royalty, Tahltlnns bare the body to the wnlst. SpCC/O/ Yield Recor'd Sum in State LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July I. (UP)— Revenue collections in Ar- k.insas set an all-time high of ft 207,173 In the fiscal year ju completed, according to Revenue Commissioner Otho A. Cook. Ills figures showed an increase of $11,387,200 over lust year. The fiscal year officially closes at midnight tomorrow, but, the rovonuc commissioner closed his Ijooks for the year [it noon Friday 'Die I'C'porl also showed the cost jf collection decreased as the de- uirlmcnl o|>«ratcd with 373 cm- )loyes this year computed with 380 ast year. Cost of collecting taxes n the year Just ended was J976,- JOS or 1,98 per cent, as compared with $904,127 In 1944-45, or 2.30 per cent. Cook said he would not have an analysis of collections by separate funds until later In the week. Slayer Suspect Grilled About Death of Child CHICAGO, July 1. (UP)— William Helrcns, 17-year-old University of Chicago sophomore, was subjected lo almost continuous questioning today as Investigators attempted for the third straight day to induce him to confess the kldnap-slaylng , JUfrY 1, 1946 of little Suzanne Dorian. The youth abandoned his feljjncd delirium la.st night and talked coherently with iwllcc for five and a half hours after refusing to cooperate earlier In a He detector test. f tcr's Main St, Liquor Store, lo sell The United 'fitates annually hn-' and dispense vinous or spirilu'm'i ports 70,000,000. rabbit skins Iro ' liquors for beverage at retail on the • • premises described as 106 West Main Street, Jllylhevl!lc. This permit issued on the 1st day of July, 1946 and expires on the 30 day of NOTICK OF (JKANTING OF June, 1041. LIQUOR PERMIT Welch Foster Notice is hereby given that thei Permittee. Commissioner of Revenues of the! 1 Australia. TOO FAT? State of Arkansas has issued -i per-. mit, No. 186 to Welch Foster, Fo£- ' SOOTHE STING, fTCH, BURN OF HOT WEATHER RASHES When days eizxlo and tho nights scorch, don't suffer tho torture of tit Hitting heat ra»h. Bprinkle on Mexfluna, tno medicated powder that ttoulhefl minor irritation! of tho skin. Kuaea the sting of chafo that becuwea moro troublesome iu hot . t?ave ou large sites of Meutiua. WOMANHOOD... Tills grout medicine la famous to relievo pain, JUTVOUH distress and v. p i'[ik, 'dray^ed out' restless fcellngl, ol 'certiiln (lays'—when clue to functional monthly disturbsnces. KIKBV BROS.' DRUG BTORl Vice Adm. Bornlmnl II. I3lcii, commnnilcr of the U. S. Mediterranean naval forces, is in charge ot the litres-ship Uetnchment ordered to slimd by nt Trieste, where trouble may develop over ItulUm uncl Yugoshiv claims to the cily. ' ' ! -"to S { /^ what a lot of SUMMER CLOTHES they needl _ - — . _^___ ^ •• - . — — .... f . —f // it's for a Man ... MEADS Will Have It! for GIRLS, DRESSESrtiny,*swe«l arid cool, in.cot- „ tons, and r»yon»,"priqtSj-.»tripes T *ci)lofsi. SUNSUITS, in gay colton~ print*,' with' perky ruffles* bits of_ernbroidery.' Bare backs. Sues 1 lo 3. ; ' ' L98 for BOYS * . i( . S POLO J9HIRTS, - u'hite 'sixes 1 ^ ~ '''••' — : — > •• •: • • n^ stripes or plain •.22/W'»:.|"" Vi: "i n ' ' _ ._ MiES,^.irV Btuf dy, S(fi{o-rizec[T "IK?^, lin, fade-proof. Strong t scams, snug ""'" waistbands, 1 to 8. |' ~ - - - - ] ,49 tWO-PiECE WASH SUITS. r short pBnts,-shott^sleeves7 sport collar. Snn- forized.t sizes 2 to 0. .•<»!. 2.00 Practical Stuff for Play BOYS' TOP'N' BOTTOM SETS Here's a regular "grown up" slack^ suit just like Dads in ^jeavy Sanforized t cotton pop- ;lin The tough fabric and prac- ocally indestructible scams are Kjtrdy as Junior himself; and the sty% Is the real thing—sport shirt witlftshort sleeves, sport collar, two Breast pockets, and slacks iwtth a fly-front, cuffs, 'n 1 cvery- |*thing. Sizes 2 to 12. .itShrtnkage does not exceed You'll Be A Colorful Part of MEN'S SUN HELMETS 89C-1.49 PLAY SUITS Picnics, beach-parties, dates lor tennis, or simple backyard sunning—all call for a playsuit. Slip back into the matching skirt and you're politely dressed again! Lac«-trimmcd stripes and color- {ul' prints, in sizes 12 to 20. 7.90 to 11.90 SWIM TRUNKS... Jimlzcii, Gnntncr, McGregor . . in broadcloth ;nul cord weaves, plain ;mcl Fancy patterns from $2.50 to $5.00 TEE SHIRTS... In cotton or jersey . . . long or Short .sleeves . . . plain colors and stripes from 75c to $1.50 SPORT SHORTS .. . For golf, tennis, etc . . . by JantKou, McGregor and Gantner ... in sni:irt gabardines and cords from $2.50 to $5.00 'S-to-do'V-T- placcs to go over the 4th. You'll get much more pleasure from your holiday activities if you're well clad in sportswear with superb styling that's happily mated with the Fabric. Choose from our big collection. 322 MAIN STREIT

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