The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 28, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 28, 1947
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SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1947 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.yiGQUBIER NEWS FAOB Ewe,, B Iackw e,, Pitches SeaWs First No-Hitter in Cincinnati COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES Japanese Revive Ancient Service' In Interest of Future Tourists HE'S A lir.110 NOW—Ewcll OliickwvM's te.imm;ilcs crowd ai-omul lo rmif;r<iliiJ;i pitched n nn-liit. no-run gnnic in Cincinnnll. II wua UK seiiisosi's firs I such in Blnckweli's career. He pitched ;i coupla oT others wliilu in Ilia Avinv. ttv-lx be;i LAKE ONTARIO OVERFLOWS—The Mississippi ValJcy wasn't the only flood 'nrca' this year. Flood waters (above) frpivi Lake Ontario imindiiic docks and waterfront buildings along Irondc- quuit Bey in Northern New York. Only sections ot tiic highway (background) escaped high waters. CHILDREN'S HOUR—Here's a brand new crop of future Americans. All these youngsters arrived in New York aboard the S. S. Veendam from Holland. They will scatter throughout the United States and nrenlually will become citizens. <;I:TIIMG INTO THE swiNG—Princo Nnwai ibu Abdul of Saiull Anibiii j'ols some batting instruction from George Brew, (it ;i naysUlc, N.Y., high school. Tlic high school played host to I lie Prince wlio wanted to learn whnl an American school is like.' ANCIENT CEREMONY—In commemoration of the days when feir-'il lords, chancellors, nnd retainers crossed this river on litters, a tourist association at Kaiiaya, Japan, singes the traditional crossing with a group of Japanese masquenicling in the roles ot lords'oE U]g_ygdn nericirt. Festival resinned after an eight-year lanse. Villagers whose ancestors were hearers took part in the ceremony. ^Believe Russia Will Hot Veto Balkan Plans iy KORKK1' M.VNNINO Unitrfl I'rcss Sl.iff C((rrC:^v>iiilc:il IjAKK SUCCvSR. N. Y.. June 28. (U.I*.)— Sonic United N.uions quarters .SAW a chance loria;/ thai, Russia would refrain from veto- jug the western powers* pro]h:r.tils for peaceful united Natiun* mo'.j- urcs ninied at. Yugojlivvia, Bal- ^nrta and YMbnim. White a majority 'still upprnrcd to anticipate a Soviet vel->, ."-'onie diplomats reportedly felt the cir- ciim?;tamT.s of the E:i..l-Wrst dio- ' lomnUc slnngte over (I 1 :: llalkaiis might ciu:se Soviet Dcp-.ny Foreign Minister Andrei GromyUa to 1 •! the council pass ptopo^us oppt^-iil by Ru.ssia and its three jlalkan proteges. If that, happens, the council i:i certain to establish :x ..cnvi -permanent Balkans border patrol and set in : motion a plan ro transplant minority groups i.i Greece. and tile three northern countries and at the same time cnjo'.e the governments there into sisnlns new frontier agreement. It also would mean; approval of a report nnniir.:; Yugoslavs, Bulgaria and A'.'oania f.-i fonllriters of fighting' in Greece. An American source po'n'rtl oiit that Grrtnyko abstained from vot- ins on two previous roxtrcil decisions of major iniportaiico lo t'.ie Balkan case — the Corn'.Atitui of *,nc Balkans InvesUgating Commhsio-i and the decision last Maich to leave a subsidiary commj.j.iH'ii in Greece when the full commission was called home. American officials, win anticipated a bitter Sovist attack tin their threat to suggest forceful methods it peaceful proposals don't solve the Balkan mess, were Ex-Mayor of Spa Seeks to Quash Slobbery Charge HOT SPRINGS, Ark., June 58. (UP» — Charging tlial they were not properly arraingcd, former M-j- yor Leo P. Mclaughlin and two others filc:l motions in Circuit, Court here yesterday to quash in- formations charging them with armed robbery. At the same time. Tom llightowiir and Fred Wilson, also accused o'. robbery in tile same case, entered pleas or not guilty, and their case \vas tentatively set for hearing July 7. Prosecuting i Attorney Sidney McMalh said, however, trial date probably would be changed. At McMath's request. Circuit Judge Clyde H. nrosn left the dale open for the hearings on the motion lo quash pending conferences be- tween attorneys. v Brown also indicated that he may disqualify liim- •jrlf from the trial. He was one of .he GT independents who' defeated the McLr.ughliu Hot Springs political organization last Pall. Wilson and Hlghlowcr arc accused of the actual robbery of two workers for the GI faction. The worker-;, Earl Fulton and Oliver Livingston identified the two men as those who bad threatened them with enns on Jefferson street In Hot Springs and look from them affidavit.; which they had been getting In connection with the Federal Court iwll tax suit here. McMath later filed an Information charging McLaughlin nnd Ed Spear with being accomplices before the fact and the instigators of I he robbery. Both vigorously deny the charges. Oscco/o Firm Awarded Levcc V/ork Contract WTPLE ROCK, Ar!<.. June aj. (UP)—Two Arkansas nnd one T'eu- nc.ssce firms .soon will be^in woi k 011 construction proj:cus in llic state. Awards of cnnlra;:c3 were announced yesterday by Little R'.ick District U. S. Kngiii';ir Gerald E. Galloway. Means Const ruction Co. or Osceola received the cont.-acr. for the Roland Drainage District lovej project with bids of $fm,')8i) ar.d S10D,- 3J7 on the two sections. The Pclcr- son and MncFaydcn Co. of Ulllc Rock received Ihc for re- halyililation of two buildings at Camp Robinr;on on :i bi:I of sn.SOD. and for remodeling a section of the old Post Office lnill:li'.\i into tin Army Induction center !ar £i:!, r >W. The I'yrd-Whltc Coniimjllnii Ct,. of Memphis was aw-u'ded tlr? rc>n- Lract for levee, drainage sU'in-'-uic and |niui)ilni; slallon conslnir.tVjn »n Ihe ArktinsiLs Ulvrr near Va-i Uiiren on a bid of Jl 10.W1, Read Courier News Want Ads. understood lo feel that Gromyko might let the current .suggestions pass to avoid more difficult American and British> later. Russia would be In a particularly bad light .so far as world opinion goes." t!ic American:; reasoned, if it, vetoed the border patrol and then future arts of border Interference brought the Balkans ca-c back Inlo Ihe Security Council. Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Savings Low Net Cost Protection For Scrvl:e W. L.TAMKE ! 4CS E, Davis St., P. O. Box 431 J Phone 24S7 Blyllicville, Arlt. Wrist, pocket and fob watches aro restored to bc.iuty and usefulness with our fine repair service. The finest replacement parts used, and reasonable prices charged for ciepen- able workmanship. You get the finished product when we promise it—no delays. 7 DAY SERVICE Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Main lit Second Phone 3231 LEIIN TO We will tench you how in eight easy lessons. Helpful for "Regulars" as well «s "Beginners." Single "Refresher" Lessons Complete 8-I.esson Course SINGER SEWING CENTER HI W. Main SI. YOUNG EXPERIMENTER—Roger Rhodes, two, of Los Angeles;' may have just been hungry or maybe he wanted to experiment) n litlle. Anyway, lie ate a fist-full of mothballs he found around,, his parents' home. Nurse Oleta Giroiix says he's none the 'vorse for his unusual aonctito. Twenty or mnrn months are re-(quired lo.grow ft pineapple. Think of it ... l!inn*nn<ls of doll firs worth of flying lime . . . available lo you, n» n >rlcrati, at no cojif? All cx-srrvice men • tid troinrn nro clipiblc. No • gc limit . . . no <:<[i'r;itiofinl rrqiitrcmrnls . . . no iirrvituiH flight I mining nrcilf d. An<) von rnn fly in your own spnrc lirno. 1'hiflis IlicclinncncirnlirclImcE Let us tell you nil nlwiil It. THESE RATINGS CAN BE YOURS PRIVATE MOT • INSTRUCTOR'S RATIHG • UISTRUWIHT RMIHG » OTHtt WWMiCED RYWO Esso Aviation Products used exc/usire/y at Hood Flying Service. Both 80 and 91 Octane Gas available. Twenty-four hour service! HOOD FLYING SERVICE Plight I ns( ruction — Charter Service — Kcntals Municipal Airport Phone 2717 Blylhsvillc, Ark. REAL PROTECTION di1*riorot)on b*cat/it neUrol olli !ri ihi p«lt. "Ctrlffit^" meant protection against dama by moth, rfarnpntu, dull. *C«rtlfi*d" mtoni prote<lion ojoSnttbu by lif* or rh«fi. *C«rtlfi»J- m«ani properly CONTROLUD Hmp*rgturt and rtgufaUd humrdity. Blythevilie Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 418

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