The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 28, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 28, 1950
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY JUNE 28, 1!)50 (ARK.1 COURIER NEWS SEVBN Brave Miss Batesville Crowd Favorite HELENA, Ark., June 28. (AP) — Patsy Ann Staggs may or may not become Miss Arkansas—but whatever the outcome she's bound to be a favorite with the spectators. The 18-year-old Miss Batcsville will liave a brace supporting her Ictt arm as she and 30 other Arkansas beauties appear in the opening round tonight of the contest which eventually will get out of Ihuri a chance at the Miss America Miss Stages fell at her Balesville home yesterday, the day bsfore the Miss Arkansas pageant was to open- here. She suffered a broken left collarbone. A physician set the fracture fixed her up with a brace to hole the broken bones in place and sent her smiling on her way to Helena. The talent she'll demonstrate is sinking so at least she won't have to do anything strenuous '.o endanger the injury. Miss Stages and the other competitors will be divided into two groups for tonight's first preliminary. One group will model bathing suits and evening gowns. The other will demonstrate their sMls— singing, dancing, playing a musical instrument or what have yon. Tomorrow afternoon the roles are reversed. Tonight's models become performers; tonight's performers become models. Ten selected from ihe original .contenders complete In the semifinals tomorrow night. Five from these ten compete in the finals, aUo set to rtomorrow night. IJKlne of this live will become Miss '(Kansas, nnd compete in the Miss America contest in Atlantic. City In Scotember. Governor McMath will be on hand to crown Miss Arkansas. Dell Kiwanians Hear Physician Dr. C. M. Harwell, Osceola physician, addressed members of the Dell Ktwanis Club on socialized medicine at, the weekly meeting of the club last night. Dr Harwell." who has been practicing medicine In Osceola for a number of years, delivered the same address to druggists and doctors of Mississippi and Crittcnden Counties In Osceola several weeks ago. It was announced at last nights, meeting that six members ol the Dell club would go to Blame Friday nicht and will be on the program at the meeting of the Elaine club. Appointed to go to Elaine were John Stevens; Jr., Oral Hunnicult, Rev. E H Hall. A. E. caldwell. Bob Henderson and R. B. Crawford. Guests »t last night's meeting were J D. Smith, Tom Jefferson, and O. E. Knudsen of Blythe.ville. Jim Martin of Dell and Commander John Bishop of the united a^tes Navy. Arkansans Back Truman's Stand WASHINGTON, June 28. (fi>) esldent Truman's stand In the orean crisis has general backing Arkansas members at Congress. Senator McClellan said he hoped e situation didn't mean war. "If It does then we know ttvit ar would be Inevitable." he added "I am supporting the President In is crisis." Senator Fulbright satd that "from lat I know of the situation the resident took the only tenable po- Uon," He added that the position wasn' irticularly to his liking but "w re committed now and we mus ick lo II." Rep. Taclcett termed the Pres 1 ent's action "the only thing lef do" under the circumstances, nut he recalled: "Less than a year ago I opposct Id to Korea and in a speech In the :ouse I predicted that if we went head on the course which we took he very thing which has happened •ould happen." Rep. Norrell said he believed the 'resident had followed the correct trocedure. Rep. Mills thought the ituatlon In Korea was like that in Europe when Hitler remilitarized he Rhineland. He said a firm eland hen might have prevented world var II, YOU GUESSED IT, HE MISSED—Screwing up his face In self respect, Sam Snead, the defending champion, kicks a foot after mlssln a Ions putt on the No. 6 green at Scioto country club course in Columbus, O. Snead squeezed, out a 1-up victory over Sam Byrd tc advance to the second round of the National PGA golf tournamen 1 Slammin' Sam is wearinj a soil cloth hat instead of his customar straw. (AP Wirephoto) Ike Comments on Korean Situation NEW YORK, June 28. CAP) — Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower in commenting on (.he Korean situation said today: "The best chance for siLslai world peace was to lake a. fir stand, and when our governnic: guaranteed the government south Korea, there was no recour but to do what President Truman said and did." Cotton and Corn Supports Fixed WASHINGGTON, Jllne 2*. (*)— smporary price support rite* oa '50 cotton and com crops were an- ounced yesterday bjr the Dep«rt- cnt of Agriculture. Cotton will be supported >t ru- onal average rates of 27 cents a ound for 1-8 Inch middling until UKUst 1 when permanent rate* ill be set. Corn will be supported non-commercial areas at aa vcrage of 11.05 a bushel until >ct. 1. Support rates for other major rops will be fixed later. Hoover Calls For Uity of Purpose NEW YORK, June 28—(/P)—Former president Herbert Hoover said loday the united States must have I "unity of purpose and action" In the Korean situation. "When the United States draws the sword, there Is wily one course for our people." he said. "Like others. I have opposed many of our foreign policies, but now is not the time to argue origins, mistakes, responsibilities, or consequences. There is only one way out of such situations as this: that is to win. To win, we must have unity of purpose and action." J'liEI' STAR SIGNS WITH TKSKllS—11111 Hoelt (seated, left) star Oshkosh, WIs., high school south paw, who was sought by almost every major league club, signs « contract with the Detroit Tigers or Ranination at Oshkosh, Wis. Scaled next lo him is George Morlarty, Tiger acoul. standing (left to right Ray Kennedy, Detroit club representative, E. J. Schneider, Hoctt's coach, and Emil Hocft. Ills lathe <AP Wlrnholo) Chinese in Malaya Are Racket Victims SINGAPORE (AP)—Hundreds of illiterate Chinese in the Malaya FccleraLoin are being victimized by the operators of a racket who profess to arrange for tliclr emigration Thirteen upper Mississippi Valhy I stales supply about halt of America's eggs. RUSSIA Continued from Page 1. rnent with the United Nations on Us policy about their loyalty to which Truman and Acheson make such a display? "Where and when did the seonr-, Ity council take the decision freeing the hands of (tie U.S.A. in the acts of direct aggression undertaken by it?" Answers Pravda answered those questions tlnis: "As Is known, it was not the United Nations nor any other international body that authorized the. government of the U.S.A. to undertake those actions with regard to Korea and China whicl Truman yesterday announced." (The Pravda editorial presumably •was written before the U.N. securltj council adopted an American resol ution last night recommending tlm U.N. members furnish help necdcc by the U.S.-sponsored south Korean republic to repel the invasion frorr Russlan-sponsorcd north Korea. {The Soviet news agency Tas. previously had charged that th security council's call last Sundn for a cease-tire in Korea was ille pal because Ihe Soviet Union, a permanent member of the council and Communist China were no' represented at the meeting.} ^.Pravda said also that "events I MRorea reveal with all clarity tht- the imperialist warmongers in pur suit of their objects will not 'sUij halfway." PIANO TUNING and Radio Repair Done by Bonded Serviceman Every Job Gunranlecd Everything in Music Supplies and Repairs ft MAKE RECORDS B nnf ilUUi Save Now On These ATTIC FAN SPECIALS! While They Last lo Communist China on condition they conic lo Singapore. Once In Hie colony they are deposited In Chinese lodging houses where they lire obliged to pay from $8 lo $14 per week pending the "ac- ruilsilion" by the gang of visas nnd travel documents to enter Red China. Actually, Federation residents can easily acquire permits In th Federation. The process of blnEE goes on un til (he would-be cm]grants exhau all their .savings. Penniless men ar women have had lo seek Ihe aid (he Soclnl Welfare authorities help them return to their horn on the mainland. Dell Methodists ffecf tewards; Gill Chairman H. Noble Gill has been :hairman and John Stevent, Jr., ecretary-treasurcr of the Board of Stewards of the Dell Methodist Church, the Rev. B. H. Hall, putor, announced today. ( Elected as members of the board were O. E. Hunnlcutt, Lester GUI, Luther Moody, Mrs. MivU Bettle- mlre, Mrs. Helen Sanders Nob!* Dixon, Bob Henderson and R. B. Crawford. Negro Deaths Rites for Sally Flynn Are Conducted Today Services for Sally Flynn, M, whs died Monday niglit at the home of her son In Pride Addition, will b» conducted Ihls afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Enoch Chapel Methodist Church by Rev. T. rV Conner, pastor. Ilnrla] will be In Mt. Zlon Cemetery. She Is survived by lour daughter* anil four sons. ' Cnslon Funeral home Is In charge. 36" Peerless ATTIC FAN With 1/4 H.P. Motor $ 69 95 42" Hunter ATTIC FAN With 1|3 H.P. Motor Reg. $154.50 $ 129 50 36" Hunter ATTIC FAN with y* H.P. Motor $4 n ISO Reg. $149.50 ... 134 Giant 48" Hunter ATTIC FAN With '/i H.P. Motor $*) A TOO Reg. $250.00 £| J MUSIC STORE 1107 E. Main Thont 6S11 ALSO A COMPLETE STOCK OF WINDOW AND FLOOR FANS PRICED TO SELL! 213 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 2OI5 *****.** Here Are the Factual Reasons Why Arkansas Needs BEN LANEY as Governor Again! What LANEY Accomplished A* Your Governor, 1945-1948 1. Retired 40 MILLION DOLLARS In Slate debt, principal and interestl 2. Left 18 MILLION DOLLAR surplus against emergcnclcsl 3. In spite of war and post-war shortages In men and material, bulit MORE new roads than any previous admlnis- trationl \. REVISED the Parole Law lo take paroles oul of politics! fi. Doubled money for schools and coltcgesi 6. Established Cancer Commission! I. Increased wealth and per capita Income In Arkansas—an all-time record! 8. First to provide definite assistance for farm-to-markct roadsl 8. Sponsored Stale-supported Live-Stock Shows for Fort Smith, Pine Bluff, Hope, Blythcvllle and Little Rock! 10. Ruift new Blind and Deaf School for colored. II, Removed the Homestead tax, lowered State Income lax for lower Income groups, eliminated state ad valorem lax. 12. Two Million Dollars improvement in Slate Hospilal facilities. 13. Provided additional buildings and famillllcs for all Stale Colleges. 14. Established $100.000 Rcsarch fund for University of Arkansas! 15. Set up credit system for annual audit for school district accounts. 16. Influenced the location of 1,156 New Industries In Arkan- sasl What LANEY Can and Will Do As Your Next Governor 1. Bring additional new Industries to Arkansas creating new Jobs! 2. Restore confidence in and respect for Arkansas and Us people! 3. Reduce taxes and stop deficit spending. 4. Stiive to increase per capita incomcl 5. Uphold the principles on which Ihe Democrallc parly was founded. 7. Spend Highway money on Arkansas State Highways. E. Build more highways—without piling on more debt. What Your Present Governor Has Done, 1949-50 1. Increased Arkansas Citizens' Slate Income Tax burdwi! 2. Increased Truck license fees! 3. Changed Ihe Lnncy Stabilization law, thus causing I 4'/4 MILLION DOLLAR DEFICIT in the Education Pundl 4. Created a Tax Commission to circumvent the ivorV of County Assessors elected by the people! I. Inaugurated a Motor Vehicle Title Registration Taxi 6. Proposed new Election Law lo place domination of all elections In hand ol Governor! 7. Levied additional tax of 25c on liquor and IOC case on wlnel ?,. Sponsored notorious Export Liquor law! 9. Loaded his administration .with political discards snd has- beens] 10. Inaugurated SEVEN laws for lax increases aller campaign on "no lax Increase" pledge! II. Favored political appointees, in disregard of law, In purchase of Stale supplies, automobiles, road material, furniture, insurance, etc. 12. Sponsored Ihe socialistic "price fixing" law for liquor sales! 13. Retarded Arkansas' Industrial growth by unstable policies! Example, loss of Ihe huge Eastman plant at Cim- den. What Your Present Governor Would Do If Given Another Term 1. Continue to campaign for some Federal appointment! 2. Continue to Ignore his promise to let the people vote on EACH year's highway bond borrowing! 3. Continue to build political roads in violation of law and common sense. 4. Continue to build up debt for the people of Arkansas, l« fulfill political obligations. 5. Further exhaust our reserves against the reckoning day ahead! 6. Continue lo promise, promise and promise. LANEY Did It Before — LANEY, but LANEY only, can do it again! No Wonder All Arkansas Is Determined to Elect BEN LANEY FOR GOVERNOR This ail published and paid for by Armll Tajlor. Clarksvillc, campaign dircclor, Ben Laney for Gortrnor. ~~* * * * * * *

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