The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE JOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Hays and Harris Win in Priitiaiy Two Representatives _ Pile Up Impressive Leads in 3-Way Races LITTLE ROCK. Ark., July 17. (UP)— Reps. Brooks Hays of Little Reck and Orcn Harris. of El Dorndo moved into Ihe November 'jijcner.il election with clear majorities over their combined opposition in yesterday's first Federal primary under Controversial Act 107 of the 1945 legislature. In the, FifLli .District. Hays polled 7,435 voles in 154 out of 248 voting precincts reported today. That was a majority of 4,070 over the 2,272 counted for Parker Parker 01 Dardanelle nnd the 493 counted ior Homer P. Berry of Mayflower. In the Seventh District, Harris had 9.508 votes tabulated today In 191 oul of 252 voting precincts of the . 11 counties. His majority wns 1,705 more than the combined 4,713 tallied for Paul Green and the 3.090 counted for Bruce Bennett. Yesterday's election leaves i^ly one district with a race in the second Federal primary Aug. 6. ilia! will be the Contest between Rep. Fadjo Cravens and Li?e Whittaker In the 10-couiHy Fourth Dis" Iric'l centering around Fort Smith. Congressmen in the four other districts go into the general election without Democratic opposition. •Yesterday's voting \vas. apathetic. . More than three-fourths of precincts have been counted, only 27,471 votes have" been counted for out of a total of 7CG eligible voters in the two tricts comprising 19 counties. t!ic ami ac- M>.- dis- Federal Prisoner Tells Court Officer Took Bribe NASHVILLE, Term.. July 17. (UP) —A prisoner In Federal Court here yesterday testified in a signed statement that he bribed a policeman with au offer of $500 to escap.. from the Nashville jail In Februarj The prisoner, Homer Nickells. 20. of Kcrmii. w. Vn.. was sentenced lo four years in prison for transporting a stolen car from Uayton, Ohio, to Nashville. His statement about the bribe WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1940 Penguin—New That Summer's Here A pampered bird Is the penguin. He demands— and gets—relic! from the hoi weather. Ho can afford to—it cost Philadelphia a neat sum of mon ey lo buy these birds and have them shipped up • from the Antarctic.. Laney Seeks State Hospital Improvements LITTLE ROCK. Ark., July 17. lUPi—The slate's criminally insane ui> now "stored back" In a place vlich Is not conducive, to decent living. Oov. Ben Laney said today iu announcing plans to rehabilitate state Institutions, 'the governor's proposals which plans Co present to the leglslc- uiri! rest January concern hospitals, schools and penal institutions in Arkansas. Lnncy said he will,ask the legta- lalurc. to appropriate money to erect :i building to care for 100 tubercu- ar insane persons now in "bad I facilities" at Benlon. He also plans for a new building in Little Rock t" house the criminally Insane no* living in dark, crowded buildings. There are now 5,000 patients In st itc hospitals for nervous disease.'. Infilled at Little Rock nnd Bcnl:<n, and an average of 250 new patient enter the Institutions each month, Laney said. He estimated the facilities were built lo handle about 1100 patients. In addition to licing badly overcrowded, the hospitals are understaffed," ho said. "We have be™ unable to hire doctors at salaries can pay. I will ask the legislature for additional money and power 1» increase salaries of physicians at stale hospitals." he said Celebrates 101st Birthday did not contain the name of 'he officer. It was read by a Felicia) Bureau of Inveslit:atlon officer m .he court session and charged'that .he Nashville-policeman hud agreed to leave the cell door unlock'cd after he was paid $1&0 "on account." Nickells, was captured In AbhiKdon. Va.; about a month afler his escajir. J'. M. Pills Federal prohatloh ol- llccr. said Nickells had (old a different slory of Ihe escape several days before: saying lie unlocked the door himself with a key that was overlooked when he was searched. House Morals Measure Runs Head-On Against Red Light Eye in Tail A Harvard scientist has discovered that the cra'Afish has an eye in its tail. The new-found eye is sensitive lo light, but sees much more slowly than the eyes in the crawlish's head. SPECIAL THIS WffK ONLY POT CLEANER 29 6'/z inch extra wood handle, twisted looped wire with copper wire bristles for fast cleaning. UTILITY TABLES Only All metal. Gleaming baked white enamel lop with black legs. Size of (op 24x16 inches, height 28 in. BEVERAGE SET Only 2.25 7 Piece Set of hand blown glass; 1 only 80 02. ice lipped pitcher >t and G only a oz. tall thin blown tumblers. Ky FKKIIKKICK V. OTIIMAN | • United Tress SlatT (.'orresporuti>iit WASHINGTON, July n. —The House of Representatives and I have a pretty '«ood subject today: S-E-X. We have decided not to legislate against. We believe It io here to stay. . As for the things Rep. Frederick C. Smith of Ohio has seen L-pon I— lawns of the capllol, itself, those must remain shrouded in mystery, 1 because they aren't official. You'll have to Imagine the worst. The lawmakers pricked their cars when Rep. Prances Bolton of Ohio brought up her resolution, allowing . the federal government to continue j its wartime bureau to combat sex delinquency. She told what good tho federal sex agents could do to end while slavery and to rehabilitate-- j her word—white slaves. "f do not profess Lo be an expeit in this field," began Rep. Jerry Vnorhis of Calif. "Will the gentleman define 1 the term, 'sex delinquency?' " interrupted Rep. Smith. The gentleman said that probably was what the gentlewoman's bill meant. Rep. Smith said was he to understand the government would hire people to advise other people against Indulging in illicit practices? Rep. Voorhis said, no, the government would advise the slates on the ill effects of wantonness. Rep. Smith said he was against It He said let the stales take care of heir own sex. For that matter, h, aid. lie had seen things on the cap- lol grounds which Indicated the ox agents on their home lot needed o polish their eyeglasses. lie described exactly what he did ;cc, too, but his words did not ap- icar in the Congressional Record. Ic censored 'em. Regretfully, I must Censor them, too.' Another time, naybe. we'll learn about orgies un- icr the capitol dome. Rep. John W. Owynnc of fa., said n his home town of Waterloo, the folks could take care of Iheir own sex problems, without the help of federal snoopers. I am just as much against sin as anyone else," added Rep. Frank 13. Keefe, of Wts. Why r.ot, he asked, establish a federal anli- Eambling bureau, too? "When are the American people lni: lo quit hollering for Uucl Sam?" cried Rep. Halton Sumncrs of Tex. He said lliey ought to answer their own sex questions. "This bill would make the Feder.i Security Administrator censor of the Brown-lips ami adolescents of thi: country in all matters pertaining, lo sex life," interrupted Rep. Smitl "But. but ..." Mrs. Bollon trio( to begin. Rep. Kccfe moved tha her bill be. pigeonholed. Mrs. 13ol ton finally got to say that the youll of Ihe nation should not be ex posed to temptation. The lawmakers •Shoots Birdies, Too Milk Distributors Delay Price Increase Save Money Today, Any l»ay STOP AND SWAP KI.ISKUT IllJrJ MAN'S 401 K. Main I'lioiie 859 You Must Be Happy or No Deal AT AUCTION 50 HEAD MILK DISTRIBUTORS 12 MEMPHIS. Tenn., July 17. (UP) —Milk distributors said today they would delay price Increases to con- George Washington Grirae!, iioiiicnvillc, Oklahoma, a resident ot siimrrs as long as possible penning' Hughes Comity, Oklaheura, for the mist 39 vcnrs ceicoraied his 101st final congressional action on the Ol'A bill although distributors are I birthday Saturday. July ii. Mr. Gi i>-/cl was born in Georgia in 1845 already paying higher prices lor I and fought with llu> Union Army during the Civil war afler lie had raw milk to dairy producers. I | WC n forced Into their .service. After the war he .settled in Tennessee Raymond Skinner, spokesman for I , , , ,, , distributors, announced a further | and moved to Oklahoma m 1!)C7. (NEA Photo.) delay in the expected price hlKe i ~^^— - — " - — after the House sent the OPA bill into conference yesterday. The MidSouth milk producers now charge distributors SI perhnn- tircdwciyhl extra for raw milk. This would amount to 2'.~ cents a quart in retail prices. Of (he finest bred Giltf- 1 , consigned )>y Dunn Rreedcrs from Tenn., Ark. Southern III., Southeast Mo Ky., anil I,H. This will bo the opportunity! lo add some of the best lf-| your herd or belter ye( (<; Klnrl your honl whore tops of so many herds arc assembled for your compari-!] son. Bred Gilt Show and Sole To He Held At Shelby County Penal Farm Friday, July 26] For catalogues wrile C'halrm-r Kinc-| hart, Duroc ISlclff., IVoria, III., Wallace Bryan, Shelby County I'cn- I al Farm, Memphis, 'IVim. Joins U. of A. Faculty FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., July 17 — .3r. R. E. Westineyer, writer on economic problems, joined the .faculty nf the Universily of Arkansas College of Business Adminislralion to- :iay as professor of transportation i:nd economics, it was announced :oclay by Dean Paul \V. Mliam. Dr. Wcstmeycr came lo the University of Arkansas from Rice Institute 'at Houston, TCX. - •Belly White of Dallas was 'striking figure in shorts, literally and figuratively, in women's trans-Mississippi tournament in Denver, especially in eliminating Beverly Hanson of Fargo, N. D., with birdie four on 20th to advance lo quarterfinal round. Secretary Appointed LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. July 17 (UPi- Gov. Ben Laney today appointed Mrs. Allie Mae Wells of Little Rock as assistant secretary to the Board of Cosmetic Therapy. She was named to succeed Mr:; R. L. Riggs, also of Little Hock who had resigned. Tennessee's Politicians Jegin Using Vile Names Fy United Vress Tennessee's Democratic political campaign was enlivened today by new outburst of statements by U. s. Sen. K. D. McKcllar. Pub- isher Silliman Evans of the Nnsli- ville Tenncsseaii and Political Leader Ed Crump of Memphis. In addition, there was the outside possibility McKcllar and one o[ his opponents for Democratic nomination in the Aug. 1 primary, E. W. (Ned) Carmack. might have a debate in Washington beamed by radio to Tennessee. The Memphis "Clean Election League" Is attempting lo arrange the debate after apparently having given HP its plans to present McKcllnr and Carmack on the same plalform i'i a rally at Memphis. Carmack. who is supported by Evans, has accepted the invitation lo Ihc radio clebale. On the Senate floor yesterday. Gold Lode Gold lo a value of more thai •Mfm.OOOOOO has been taken Iron the sands and creek beds of UK >Jomc, Alaska, region since golt was discovered there in 18S18. [voted 07 lo S3 to ignore the sex hill. I where remarks arc privileged Mc- Thcu they lliought about this over- Kcllar reportedly used tin- words night, brought up Mrs. llolton's "liar, scoundrel, and polecats" in aw again and this time they nuir- denying hroadcasl charges by Col- :lercd it for keeps. They vole.l to iimnist Drew Pearson th.it he sought lo get a letter of indorse- ment from President. Truman and indicated Evans "bought and paid for" Pearson's statement. \ SERVING TRAYS Only *1.30 Hand made beautiful •vood serving (rays with glass (op, natural finish, size 10x18 inches. Assorted patterns. strike out the enacting clause. Mrs. IJolton regarded Ihc shambles the House had made of KPX; sorrowfully she said the boys had liven lln- green light (o Ihe red 0110. I wouldn't know. I've got to go first to the capitol grounds on the next moonlight -self. night and see for my- Ronald, a young rhinoceros in Zambesi valley. Africa, became so tame ihat children a pony. rode PLANTER'S ', HARDWARE CO., INC. •*•"• 515 126 West Main St. Guaranteed Ice Cold WATERMELON Crispy Cold Fruits and Vegetables FIREWORKS —f or _ FREE DELIVERY I'lioue 3«52 CARTER'S GRO. & MKT. N. Highway 61 I. M. GREER Candidate for Circuit Judge WILL APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT Your Circuit Judge is charged with the protection of your life, your liberty and your property rights. He should be a man of the highest personal character, professional training, and experience. I. M. Greer is an able and experienced lawyer. He is sound and conservative in his thinking and possesses the qualifications desirable for an excellent Circuit Judge. The following is an endorsement signed by all the lawyers of his home County: To flic Voters of (lie Second .Itidicinl Circuit: We. the undersigned members of I lie Poinsctt County Itar, present (o you I. M. (Jrccr, v.'ho is ;i c;iiidi<l:>tc for Circuit Judge of this circuil. He served this county with credit nnd distinction for three Icrms ns County -Indite and has been a respected member of this Bar, actively engaged in the practice of law, for the past twenty-five years. He is an able lawyer, a courteous gentleman of good character and has always adhered to (he highest .standards of professional ethics. He has our unqualified endorsement and we urge you to join with us in electing him as the first Circuit Judge from I'oinsctt County. J. J. Mardis J. Brinkerhoff L. G. Minton T. T. Mardis M. P. Watkins John S. Mosby J. G. Waskom, Jr. H. P. Maddox Edward S. Maddox J. G. Waskom Fred H. Stafford Fa Ion A. Fraley E. G. Jerry Downcs A. C. Hervey Don S. Caplingcr Hubbard L. Mcfhvin L. A. McUn

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