The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 29, 1946
Page 5
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MONDAY, JULY 29, 194C 1 BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jester in Lead In Texas Voting Former University President Enters Runoff for Governor U. S. Engineers To Raze Many AOP Buildings L1TTL10 HOCK. Ark.. July 21. (UP)—in an effort, lo render all areas of the Arkansas Ordnance Plant sufc, United Stales Engineers have planned to call for bids on the destruction of 73 former explosive powder buildings nt, the Saratoga Sinks During Atom Test PAGE VTVB Jester, who: e vole-Belting abil-1 Hainey. ousted "president 'of''the 1 ?, blc l ° '"' lvalc industry throusli University of Texas An- '>4 in a e s Administration, nm-off election jo!Iho Demm'ille i , A "?? llt " 20 bl " kli " ss w( ' lc erecli '" nomination for covenior i 5 ' '' Wal ' Dcparlment at Jr.rX- ' ! sonville in 1Q4;> (or loading fuses of all types of Army and Navy bombs ami shells. After the camp was declared surplus last September, tlie Knglneers were designated lo dismantle Ihe plant and make contaminated buildings safe rot re-use. Officials snirt today thai they made every effort to decontoml- nale Ihe buildings exposed to hign explosives before deciding lo destroy (hem. ob- man;in over on the 12- e.nbmialorir.l ity amaml seasoned political i-ervers. had a wide margin !'U other candidates 'nan ticket for (he- seal beim: vacated hv Onv. Coki Stevenson. Jester was ahead in 200 counties. Rainey in !8. i I.'mpilc n belter than IHB.Cm vote lead. Jester \vns unable to, win cm outright, victory. His run-' nff opponent will he liainey. the former professional baselr.lf player turned educator who was alilo lo amass 233,235 votes to Jester's "^•crf ^ , . T ' Fare '9 n War Veterans lions 'de!e"ale al "iicl J 'rl"h'ii < Imi N of ; ^ r 9 e ^ *° Cast Ballots (he Senat" Foreign Relation!; Com-i nn'ltec, won easily over four minor' opponents. Connlly, who will he 70 years old next month, hus served in Ihe ii]v:er chamber' sine 192!). "i~i«H Tho stale's; olher political fi " California Out To Meet Vets' School Needs It developod a program to CHRC the plane fell In a cotton fltid nortl ure. House Speaker Sam liaybnni, was unopposed for ' rcnomnation. States to Take Over USES on November 15 WASHINGTON. July 2!). (UP) — The u. S. Employment service will return to stale control on Nov. 15 under terms of the labor- federal security approprial ions bill! signed by President Truman. The President approved tlie measure although he earlier had recommended that the Federal government retain its jurisdiction over USES until June 30, 1M7. ••^ Advocates of states rights vig- ' orously resisted all moves to keep the agency under the Federal government. They contended that it should be centered in local communities and that Federal operation had been agreed to only as n temporary wartime measure. The appropriation bill, as passed by the House, would have returned the USES to the states in September. But when .Jhe bill was sent lo conference to adjust differences with (be Senate version the Nov. 15 was set as a compromise. Head Courier News Want Ads. U'lTf.E ROOK. Ark. July 20 (UP)—Veterans throughout ' Arkansas were urged today by tlu Arkansas Uei;nrtnicn(. Veterans of Foreign Wars, to vote in tomorrow's stale Democratic primary. "We don't care how they vote, but we want all veterans to exercise the riKht of ballot for which they fonsllf." R. R. Cash, Jr.. of Little Rock, department quartermaster, said. The announcement was prompted bv department headquarters and district and post officers following a meeting of the Council of Administration in Uttle Rock yesterday. a lew hours alter Ihe underwater bomb blus.1. This p h, (lie air. .slides beneath Ihe waves In lilklni lagoon Kmlcy. (Joint Army-Navy Task Force One liadlophoholo taken from Hie Crossroads Unship Ml Mo- The famed u. S. Canier -Saratoga," with bow hlgiito from NliA Teli-phoi,,. MeRae. who was killed yesterday . . . by i. boll of lightning. | " "" "" With ids father. Cieorgo Kyw ami other in a fishing parly < Horn Lake near 13es Arc. the 1; had token shelter In a cab. when the storm came up. Seven others in the group were knockc unconscious by the bolt. SAUKAMKNTO, Cnl. (UP) -. Largely because of returning veterans, California schools lire expected to double or even treble their eiirollnii'nls by nexl Full. Already one-third or about :m:i,- 001) of Ihe slalacs 1.150.000 veterans have !T|>or(cd lo the Velenins Adminlslrr.llon that (hey want lo go baek lo school, chiefly lo seek higher education. As n result, the halcyon days of week ends off iincl extended viieii- llons will no longer exist for C'ull- lornia colleges nnd Junior colleges. Classes (it stole and some private Institutions will run from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. lliroughuul the year. Kfto'rts are being made lo force the Army to turn over abandoned barracks lo the slate's Junior colleges. Theaters and churches an. ng surveyed for possible use pa rl-time clnssroonis. A statewide committee on veU'r- miK' education Is sludylng ineinu of meeting Ihi- Impact of ox-OI ilerlng California collenes nn; universities. At its Inltlni ineetlnu crisis it recommended that available liiiih school facilities be used In co-operation will) nearby colleges; I In.I branch colleges nnd junior be csluUllslicd in available I nlltlary eamps and vacated war' iidusljles. and thnt present faelli- les lor liliiher etlucation be expanded liiiinedlalely, A spec-Ill i session of the Slate j'Bislatnn 1 . meeting at tlie first of his ycur, appropriated $250.000 for -merjieney conslruetlo]! of bar- ncks at stale colleges and the miversity. And Ihe Attorney Gen- i'rnl's office has ruled that colleges '<nd iiJilversllies are eligible for al- Inciillims under a f7,. r >(iU.OflO statewide euiciKeJ]ey veterans housing ap|iLopri:tllon. Iniuu-diiile const ruction of living taclllilei; would urcally relieve lliu situullon. <]flielals say. of Heydel yesterday. Approximately i»s,ooo ... sheep graze In southwestern .„ Kills Child With Party of Fishermen CAHOT. Ark., July 2H. (U.P.I — Funeral services will be held today for nobby Jo Kyxer, 12, of TERMINIX TERMITE CONTROL Triple Guarantee 1. Guaranteed liy Ilruec Termini* Company, 2. Guaranteed by E. I,. l!mce Co. 3. Guaranteed by Sim Insurance Office. BRUCE TERMINX CO. Licensee of K. I,, llrurc Company IJOX 1270 Memphis, Tcnn. --For Lease— 13,000 ACRES, FINE DELTA PLANTATION- RENTAL EXTREMELY REASONABLE This place is In cultivation and localed will Memphis. Tenn. It is one of the outstanding i>l The Inealiuii and Ihe land is (if Ihe best: lm| riuate: has 20 miles of river fronlnue; soil Is s loamy soil. A nood operator will «asily make 7,tint and 1SO.OIH) bushels of soy beans annually. At present prices. Ibis plantation «ill earn Sl.fiOD.OOt! annually. NEELY BOWEN Union I'hmtors Itsmk Itldit. Memphis, Tenn. Stuttgart Man Hurt When Airplane Crashes 1MNE JIUJKK, Ark,, July 20. (UP) —Hill Hiupeli of Stuttgart was In hospital hen; loday following In- Jjurles suffered when his trainer (iiiiirantecr' Ice Cold Watermelons I Peaches • Blyfrheville CURI5 MARKET 130 I'liifit Main Street Bowel Cleaning Power 01 Inner-Aid Medicine One mini recently look 1NNUR- A1D fluec clays and said afterward that he never would have believed Ids body contained so much lilthy substance, lie says his Ktomach, Intestines, bowels and wliolo system were KO tborouiihly 'elennsed that his constant headaches came lo an end, several pimply skin eruptions on his lace dried up ovornlKhl, and even the rheumatic pains in his knee dLsapjx-arcd. At present he is an nUoiiuUiur different umn, feeling flue In every way. INNEIl-AID conlnliiH 13 Client Herbs; they cleanse, clear (;a.s from .stomach, net on sluc liver nnd kidneys. Miserable pco- |)l» soon feel different all over. Ro don't i;<i on sulTcrlnc! (let INNKll- A1D. Hold by all ilrim stores here. In lllylheville. FAVORITE LAXATIVE <F MILLIORS FOBJBTEdlS ildll lllll IIIUOIII PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Ui>sl Prices Kirby Drug Stores (, \ Soliciting your support solely upon my proven , ability, qualifications and experience. WHEN ELECTED I SHALL CONTINUE TO GIVE YOU THE SADIE EFFICIENT, COURTEOUS AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE. HUMPHREY For Re-Election AUDITOR OF STATE Tliis rul paid for by J. Oscar Humphrey. Lillle nock TONIGH! Hear BEN LANEY Governor In a Pre-Eelction Message Over Radio Station p.m. And the Arkansas Network Tbis Ail raid for by Mrs. Ben Lancy Sultr Is not Kxuc.lly as Pictured They're Back Again! 11 The Popular Big 11 Poster Bed Suites I $9975 A Clean Campaigner- NATHAN GORDON is conducting his cam paign on his OWN merits rather than the de merits of his opponent! Three Pieces • Poster Double Bed • Roomy Chest • Drop Center Vanity Special Terms to FARMERS BuyTfOW PAY Next Fall! Terms On Any Purchase Over $40 i Down Bal. Oct. 1 Here is a really wonderful bedroom suite buy! They've been practically off the market for a long time . . . but they'ic back again, and we secured a limited supply. Buy yours early! The smart modern styling is combined with a richly grained walnut finish on all three pieces. The sturdy good looking Double Bed has Big 4 inch Turned Posts—The Vanity is the drop center type and has large 36-inch round modern mirror. All three pieces have waterfall fronts. It's really an outstanding Bedroom buy at this low price. Sec it tomorrow! Use Our Convenient Budget Terms HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Phone 409 401 West Main Street NATHAN GORDON for LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR has roceivi'd (he iill-oiil «ui)pOr( of city after city township lifter township—county after county be? NATHAN GORDON IS SEASONED! *• NATHAN GORDON Is thoroughly trained and capable! His riis- liiiRiiinlied record extends to tlie classroom (Russellville Teeh and U. of A. School of Law) . . . lo the atlilctlc field (member Cliiun- plDiishlp team S. w. Conference, IMti) ... to the batllerield iCon«res.sional Medal of Honor Winner, 19-14) ... to his own law office (successfully practiced law nt Moirilton, prior to volunteering tor service, prior to Pearl Harbor!). Since discharge, a member of the Workmen's Compensation Commission, by appointment of Governor Laney! '• NATHAN GORDON has Courage and a desire to SERVE! , NATHAN CiOKOON. like millions of others, voluntarily ofTerf-d his services to his country . . . and served with unusual dlstinc-'. lion. What betler iiuaranlcc of ability and desire lo KEEP tlie thincs lie (ouislvt for . . . for his Slalc and Nation? ; ' ; NATHAN GORDON Is CLEAN! •i NATHAN GORDON has conducted a Clean campaign . . . tfie only way he knows lo fightl He is NOT worldly-wise in the wiiy of politicians! And that Is n dlslinct advantage to the people of Arkansas! ' ^.' NATHAN GORDON | will be a credit to the State! |; -j^ NATHAN GORDON, you can rest assured will never embarass your Governor . . . nor the people o[ Arkansas. His life, his pliil- o?;ophy. his backgroiind arc Ilie best guarantee of tliatl There coin be no other choice for the scores of thousands who will cle£t'. NATHAN GORDON oveiwhelniingly, to Ihe office of Lieutenant Governor on TUESDAY! Join I hem I

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