NATION TODAY— Congressmen on Alert to Learn Public Pulse Concerning Bills Dumped Into LegislativeHopper By Doufbi B. Conwll (For James Marlow) ePU M ' M> '- Y ° Ur «"**-»•" would Uk. ,o Know NaturaJly he wants you to keep h» name ln mind and vole f( £ I'm if h« runs again ne .xt year— " lie probably will. But he also may be pretty serious about wanl- ">«. to know your problems and w you feel about issues on which Jil'e the House was o'n "v"™- • BJo * Martin of Massac.. u Republican leader of the ill be in such a si • \- •• J l»'ays at the postoffic ind folks can come see him Last week on Tuesday he turned "P at u postofflces. the first at »:lo in the morning, the last a 5pm. pn Wednesday he started »t 9 and qui' at 5:10 and showed »P m another M towns. On the same days, down ii Virginia De mocrat Burr H anision »«s making eight stops In an afternoon and 11 In a full day. "like Mansfield, Montana Democrat whose district covers a third I *-. * slate ' does »'t make dates 'head of time but drops In on old irienos at the back door, at coppei mines m Butte where he used-to [>e a miner and engineer, or at ine state university at Missoula « nere he was a history professor for 10 years. Some i 6 0 representatives make recorded broadcasts to their states Congress has Its own recording station, a self-supporting enterprise. A member pays »3.50 for each record. Probably scores of congressmen ftt out newsletters. Many write their own. but some have secretaries or clerks who serve as press agents. T- Marriage Liceneses ' The following couples obtained marriaze licenses at the office of Miss Elisabeth Blythe, county clerk, recently: Floyd Alvin Carpenter and Miss Leona Christine Sullivan, both of Blytheville. Arnold Sandbothe of Blytheville «nd Miss Bobbie Ruth Sales of Manila. Albert H. Stine and Mrs. Myrtle Opal Peters, both of Blytheville. A. B. McNatt and Miss Eva Pierce boih of Manila. Mother Sentenced LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 20. MV- A 25-year-old freckled-faced mother of seven children was sentenced in.U. s. District Court here to two years in prison. Mrs. Mary Frances Morton-expecting her eighth child—pleaded guilty yesterday to a charge of for»- checlt uttering an $80 government A similar charge earlier had placed her on probation. Races to Feature Entertainment At Pemiscot Fair CAHUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Sept. 20.—Hurry E, Malloure, secretary- manager of the 15th annual American Legion Pair which will be held at Legion Park here October 5-9 this week announced that purses totaling 42,315 will be given in the racing program to be held on the afternoons of October 6-7-8-9 Since the fair this year lias little competllion, as has been the case in past years, a larger number of horses are expected to be entered in •e 20 events. Mr. Malloure stated that he expected between 75 and 100 •Reservations have already been received from horse owners in Iowa Nebraska. Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. Some racers are expected Irom Dade Park near Evansville Ind., and Hawthorne [rack, near Chicago. There Is more interest Ihan usiml in this annual meet •• he said. There will be five races each afternoon, starting Thursday October 6. On October 9 the main event of (lie racing program, the American Legion Derby with purses totaling $250, will be held. Frank Throgmorton is racing superintendent and Glen Groves is the starter. Both reside in Illinois. h-uJed C SU " 5tarli " g 8ate wi " In addition to the racing program, airgoers will also receive a treat m the free show to be given in front of the grandstand twice daily, starting Wednesday evening, October 5. Three Trianmen Fatally Injured In North Carolina NEWTON. N.C., Sept. 20 MV-.A inroad fireman, injured whciVhl, passenger train of the Southern Line jumped the rails here early yesterday, died today. He was the cmrcl trainman to die in the derail men l that injured about 50 passen- The fireman. Herman Bishop 51 ^ Asheville. was buried be.„.„•? ? Diesel 'ocon'Otive that Thirty injured passengers and crewmen are In the Catawba Hospital where Bishop died at 2-15 a.m. Two other railroad workers are in critical condition. What Is believed to be the earliest reference to psarls is from a Chinese manuscript of 2,350 B.C. Japan*** to Honjr /or Lawlessness MANILA, Sept. 20.'W—Ten Jap- tr. < 5*Vi 0l 2 lera who pre>red on 'Central Mindanao residents after the jar were sentenced today to hanc A °«±" km ' "I* ""d m ""™r A Philippines war crimes trlb- X£'l fe '7 d ' Ollr other •*">»»«<> TI.M lo llfe 'mprlsonmenl. Three were acquitted, t.ni,™i.., apallM * wcre convicted of »wZ"T« *£? oi <*»'"»alism "fVnst 15 Fllplnos. Thlrty-one »tl'cr Filipino vlcf| ms were kiUed i'l re * . w ; cfe ™Prt, 10 tortured'and »«.eight-;ear-old boy was enslaved crfm«°"fi ° f . llle most he "'° u * Ih i, e tril «">«l found that Seed T"*,™" 1 " 05 had ton Cd * NOTICE *° tlce ^ hereby given that the ' 'dcrsigncd h,« filed with the Com. ' ° f Reve »"» oi the state dk,m , S l01 ' " erm " to "U anri at rcta " Room-lot Wallpaper Sale Paper complete room for only ^ es, you can paper an avcmge 10x1 ^ H. room for less. . . at this low \V ar( | pnce! Choose from wide selection of bautifully styled facieproof washable or embossed patterns! Priced to save you decorating dollars! B«tt«r Wollpaper for Less at Wardt years last put; and th»t th» und»r- slgned hu n««r been eonvIcUd o! violating the Jaws of this state, or any oth«r state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the a y or Oct. 1949, and to expire on Ui* « iff tt Aui*, l*w. •uhMrttml ind , WO rn to before me this It day of Sept. 1M0. Mrs. Marshall Blackarrl Notary Public Mjr-Gonunlwion expires: Newly Crowned 'Miss America' other crime u,- . moral turpitude; that no license to .sell beer by the undersigned Has been revoked within five years last pa . st: anri lhat thc l]n . ueisigncrt has never been convicted of violating the , att . s or this sUte or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for on era lion beginning on the I day ol Oct. 1949 ,and to cxnire on the 30 day of June, 1950. * _ Richard Thiirman „ S ^ ci :' hpd and s; ™-» to before me this 13 day of September 10«. Mrs. Marshall Bluckard Notary Public M' Commission expires: 3;o:53. NOTICE Notice U hereby given lhat th undersigned has filed with lite Commissioner of Revenues of the state- ol Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 119 W. Main, Blytheville, Mississippi oo U11 t y . y The undersigned states that he ts a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character ,tnat he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude th;at no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five DOIMT MISS , .,• • See the 1949 NASH of Shelton Motor Co. 215 South 2nd Phone 4438 You'll see the Biggest and Best Northeast Arkansas Fair Ever Presented FOR THE GIRL OF YOUR BREAMS Al DREIFUS Diamond duett*. Brimont diamond set in jimply tajl- pred Uk gold . . . ma | c h- ing band. Diamond loliiaire. Fiery diamond sel in o smartly Jrylod mourning of Hk yellow gold, ^-diamond pair. 3 blazing diamonds in yxh finery carved 14V ye^ gold ring. 3-diamond engagement ring. Largtr nntw diamond enhanced by 2 jid« diomondi. I AST No Extra Charge for Credit See the Famous HELL DRIVERS Featuring Lucky Lott and His Chilling, Spilling THRILL SHOW Tuesday & Wednesday —— s P.M. TROTTING & PACING RACES BEGINNING FRIDAY MANY BIG GRANDSTAND ACTS TRICK SKATING BAR ACTS A Full Week of the Finest Entertainment You'll Ever See AT THE Walker Park Fairgrounds Free Parking on Missouri St. Gate Adm. 20c & 30c, tax incl.
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