The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1950 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 8, 1950
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FACE EIGHT BLVTHEV1LU!; (AkK.) COUKIKK NfcWl SATURDAY, JULY I, 1MN War, Highways Are Topics for McMalh, Laney Governor Calls For Unity; Opponent Promises Rood Work By The. Associate! Prrss War and—as usual—highways occupied R I tent Ion of Die two principal candidates for governor Friday. Gov. Sid McMftth, serkinff the Democratic nomination to a .second term, cited the Rrim International situation In JL call lor unity. He charged his major opponent, former Gov, Ben Laney. with being among "the, fence sitter.s find dc- featisU." Laney again criticised !\fcMnlh',s highway COILStiuctIon program and promised tforth Arkansas that one of Ills first acts, if elected, would he to complete highway G'2. the east-west route the northern part of the state. Laney Outlines I'm gram Speaking to R rrowd of about, 1,500 in Salem, Limey also outlined a program for Notlh Arkansas In which he promised to build more roads, develop parks, support livestock, dairy and poultry producers, bring in additional industry, improve schools and lower ifixes. He devoted much of his nddrrss to the great natural beauty of the North Arkansas area and said it, should be developed. He also said that "much more highway funds v/iU have to be turned over to loca governments in North Central Arkansas in order to help develop the livestock and dairy industries," McMath Seeks Unity McMath, In Magnolia, his former home town, said that in this tlmn of international crisis "we must not for personal or political gain, spread discord or inflict wounds that may do Injury to the greater cause ol perpetuating democratic government." r He added that "it is absurd to believe the statements made by my opponent that this country is go- Ing Communistic and therefore htvs no reason to oppose Russia." McMath" also announced thai tolls win be removed from the MIs- ptssippi River bridge between LaJo Village, Ark., and Greenville, Miss He snld the Tennessee Gas Trans mlsstpn Company, which Is laying a pipeline across the bridge, wil pay fees sufficient to retire bond. and maintain the bridge. >emocrot$ Favor Clearing Jessup WASHtNGTON. July 8. </T>—All hrec Democrats on a Senate in- ulry committee reportedly are ned up in favor or clearing Am- dssador Philip C. Jcssiip of Re- ublican Senator McCarthy's "pro- mmunist." charges. Informed sources .said the Dcmo- rallc majority voted solidly nt R oscd meeting yesterday to absolve essup, who denied under oath Mc- firthy's accusation lhat he bad "an tiusual affinity for Communist iifies." Those sources, who asked not to E> named, rejiorted that the two Republican members of the com- i it tec declined to express their icv.'s on the Jessup issue at I his ime. KOREA CANDIDATE FOK PRESIDENT —Floycf Cramer (above), New Yort banker, has announced that li will seek the Republican nomination Tor President of the Unitet States in 1952. Mr. Cramer, win was born in Smaefcovcr, Arkansas In 1904. is president of the Wash Ington. Heights Federal Saving and Ixmn Association, New York City, and lives In Larchmont, N. Y. Mr. Cramer said he has been a bauxite miner, a lumberjack, a when I harvester and a Mai me buck private. (Photo copyright Fabian Bachrach from Associated Press). Continued irom Page 1 nrt armor in this area. Reports in- icate a possible concentration of wo divisions west and southwest of Vonju. Supplies, equipment a n d ersonnel arc steadily flowing from ic north and northwest." This would spread the Red south- •fird pressure along an irregular rout running from I'yongtaek nbctut 2 air miles northeastward to Won- u. Mac-Arthurs bulletin also said reports over the past throe or four ays indicate n -steady buildup of nemy troops along the east coast.. Yoop and tanks concentrated in area, it added, " the act that preparations are under vay for a drive in the direction of san." Piisan is the main American supply port at I he extreme southeast- II tip of tiie peninsula. See flunking Movement The communique said the concentration iti the east "may also nean a wide flanking envelopment of the main battle area to sever he important communications junction at.Taegu." Tacf;u is about air miles northwest of Pusan. Mac;Arthur's announcement ,snld blown-up bridges and flocdc-d streams continue as the most serious obstacles to North Korean ar- nor. Air force operations were con- ihiuiiig to hit Red communications, slowing movement of supplies southward, it added. Earlier today a high American official at U. S. headquarters in Korea reported North Korean armor took its heaviest pounding ol tho war yesterday from the air. He said most of 40 red tanks hit by .planes south of Suwon were knocked out. South Korean sources were even more optimistic with a claim that 10 more Red tanks were destroyed to the east in the Yong- ju-Chungju area. Obituaries Negro Deaths Services to Be Held For William Bragg Service.'; for William Bragg. 89 -vho died Wednesday morning at Ills home in Lllxora will be heir at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Zion Rock Baptist Church In Lllxora by Rev I. H. Harvey, pastor. Burial will bt in the Laixota Cemetery. He WHS a veteran of World War I and is survived by Iiis wife. Bertfia BragR. his mother and a sister. Caston Funeral Home is in charge Services Are Scheduled For Tom Wilson, 65 Services for Tom Wilson. fi5. who died Friday morning nt his hoi west of LAixora will be conductec •Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock the Ml. Olive Baptist Church atj Burdcttc by Rev. H. G. Gates, pastor. Burial will be In Sandy Ridge Cemetery. tie is survived by his wile. Lulu Wilson, three sons and one daughter. Caston Funeral Home Is In charge. \ 1 SWAT SESSION—Mississippi County noy Scouls above arc shown trying to complete a last- nlmne irude involving a camera and a raccoon skin during a last-day swap session at the National Boy Scout Jamboree before leaving for home yesterday. Left to right, the Scouts are James Wade Quinn, of Osceola. jarnes Bullard, Terry Lynn Ballard and nilly Davidson, all of Manila; and Joe Jacks of Osceola. A!' S|K-clnl Pholo for the Courier News). Kendall Dan Dies in Hospital After Illness Kendall Darr, about 28. manager of liie Black and White Store here, operating under the name of Helne- mann'.s, ciied fit 1:30 a.m. today in a Jackson. Tcnn.. hospital following a three-weeks illness. Tie had been confined to the hospital for tlie past two weeks. Mr. Darr ciiine to Blythevllle March 8 from Pine Bluff, where :ie was assistant manager of the Black and White Store there. He had been connected with the company for 15 years after beginning work wllh them at the age ol 14. He Ls survived by his wife. Mrs. Margaret Darr; his mother who lives in Washington, D. C.; and three brothers. Arrangements are incomplete. • • -• Services Sunday For S. H. Wyatt Services for S. H. Wyatt will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Cobb Funeral Home Chauel by the Rev. P. H. Jernipan, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Chinch. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery. Mr. Wyatt died .at 3:30 this morning at the home of his son, Sam H. Wyatt, 706 Jamison Street. He was 85. Pallbearers will be Herbert Graham. Scott Shelton. Bill Hoover, Alvin Larrow, Will Caudell, and Bob White. . •' Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Nona Jackson, of Memphis, Tenn.; Mrs. Eiire-s Wilinms of West Memphis and Miss Artie Wyatt of Blythcvilte. Physical Exams Are Scheduled For Boy Scouts VOTICE OF GRANTING OT LJQUOB PCBMIT Notice • is hereby given th»t the Commissioner of Revenue of th« State of Arkansu h»* tasued « permit No. 214 to Luther "Welch Postrr (Broadway Liquor Store) to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises de-scribed as tO« N. Broadway, Blytheville. Arkansas. This permit, issued on the 1st day of July 1950 and expired on the 30th day of June 19S1. Luther Welch rosier 78SO VOT1CK OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the Commission of Revenue of the State of Arkansas has Issued a permit No. 218 to.Buford Martin to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as 112 West Main, Blytheville, Arkansas. This permit Issued on the 1 day of July 1950 and expired on the 30 day of June 1961. Buford Martin 1J1150 NOTICE OF GRANTING OF LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the Commissioner of Revenue of the State of Arkansas has Issued a permit No. 220 to Htissell K. Marr to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retai on the premises described as 109 South 2nd. Blytheville, Ark. This permit hied on the 1 day o July 1950 and expired on. the 30 day of June 1951.! 1 K. Marr 1-8-51 1-15-5C EDSON Coitinued from Page 4 nec«ts*rUy oo th» fi citie*. Bo Ui« labor orcuunttooi m4 heir political action eommttaM lave a long tough row to hot b*^ [ore they even begin to htv* th* influence or power that they have In the eastern far mbelt «UU«. Th« nUrnatlonal union aren't eone*n- iratlng on organizing lova. a» Iowa wasn't swung Democratic, and tt -sn'l going to, in spiU of IMt «le«. tion results. Out here. Democratic B M. Gillette k looked upon pretty much of a Republican," because he- bucked-Roosevelt and won, Iowa Law Entleec Induiry The test on Iowa's fundamental conservatism probably came In th« lait legislature. It was on a bill to repeal the state's so-called Right to Work law. This law bans the cloaed shop and secondary boycott. It lisa requires that both employe and hU wife, If he has one, must sign an authorization for check-off of union dues. Union labor united to defeat thii Right to Work law last year. But the bill to repeal was lost, S3 to 51, in the lower house, with four stat« representatives not voting. This Right to Work law has been used effectively as an argument for getting new industries to locate in Iowa. As a statement from one manufacturer who moved his plant to Iowa put it: "We just couldn't take the labor situation any longer. . . . We've never had labor trouble b»fore. But today, in our previous locution, you just can't avoid It unless you want to pay for a racket. We decided to move out where unknown racketeers can't foist themselves qotJa- bor." - Tfft Rodrtey Q. Sclby, director of the Iowa Development Commission, in commenting on the presentations made to business heads to persuade them to locate In Iowa, emphasizes that the state doesn't want to become highly industrialized. What it wants-is a balanced economy, with no industrial and agricultural sections working at cross purposes. live which It owns. A few comparative figures the picture. Iowa has 3800 manufacturing establishments, but it has 200,000 lanns. Iowa has H5.000 industrial workers, but* it hns 300.0CO farm Boy Scouls who are planning to I family workers and hired hands. I AST LUNCH AT JAMBOREE—Two Blytheville Scouts arc shewn here with other Mississippi County Scouts at the beginning of their last noon meal at the National Boy Scout Jamboree. Shortly afterwards the boys broke cntnp for home. Left to right are Buddy Van Hooser and Jnnmy Tompkiiis of Blytheville; David Walker of Manila, Glenn Daniel of Joiner and Woody Townsend of Manila. (A! 1 Special rholo for the Courier School Officials To Meet Here A. B. Wcathcrington. director of :hool finances for the Arkansas Slate Board of Education, will discuss school budgets at t^e meeting of the superintendents of Missis- Saturday FKATUKB— STAMPEDE with Rod Cameron & Gale Storm FLUS Way Out West with Laurel & Hardy Color Cartoon and Raiders of Ghnsf City Serial GEM THEATRE Osceola Cooler Than Ever Sunday & Monday I FINALLY, at last, after a 3 year delay, you can see TH E OUTLAW.' sippl County schools Tuesday afternoon at 2:30. known Glencannon -stories, and his The meeting will be held in John! Maye.s' office on the first, Iloor of **' ere wife, Maude Gilpatric. 52, the Court House. Gilpatric Kills Self SANTA BARBARA. Calif., July 8. Of' —John Guy Giipatric, 54. noted writer and author of the well- shot to deatn in their attend Camp Cedar Valley 'at Hardy, the camp for Boy Scouts of the Eastern Arkansas Council, can get physical examinations nt the Health Unit here at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Or. Benjamin Scott, health and safety chairman of the North Mississippi County District, said today. The first- session of camp starts Juiy 16. Six troops of North Mississippi County will attend , this session. They will be Troop 38, sponsored by the First Christian Church; Troop 36, spon-sored by the First Methodist Church; Troop 31, sponsored by the American Legion of Blytheville; Troop 22, sponsored by the Jaycees; Troop 15, sponsored by the Kurdette school, and Troop 223, sponsored by the Gosnell Methodist Church, Wilson Bohanning. Mississippi County Field Executive for the Eastern Arkansas Council, said several troops in the county phui to attend other sessions. With the Courts Chancery Max Borowsky vs. Allie Silman. petition for injunction to prevent use of lots owned by plaintiff. Greenglass Indicted SANTA PE. N. M., July 8. Wi— David 'Greenglass, 28, has been indicted for selling U .S. atomic sec- CTO unions claim a membership of 50,000, largely In the packinghouse, automobile, farm equipment and electrical industries. AFL claims 30,000 In the craft unions, teamsters, printing and building trades. There may be another 20,OCO or more in the railroad brotherhoods. Independent Machinists union and United Electical Workers. Of Iowa's 1.600,000 registered voters, th elarm vote is counted as 600,000, pins 400,000 in small towns ers, the farm vote is counted pie vote with the farmers. . Th5 urban vote makes up the minority of 600,000. Ken Eberhardt, secretary of the state CIO Council and its director of political action, says the real center of conservative Republicanism is in the small towns, and not ^^••••^IM^^^^BtM^M^W^BV^^ RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stnte of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as Central and lOUi, Blytheville, MLs.sl55.ppl County. . The undersigned Mates that .hft is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he lias never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sate of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning^^ri the 1* day of July 1950. and to^Pif- pire on the 30 day of June. 1951. Jim But Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7 day of July 1950. Mis. Marshall Blackaid My Commission expires: 3;9' ; 53. home here yesterday. rets to a go-between agents for $500. for Russian HOWARD HUGHES Sunday & Monday First Showing in lilytlicville Adventure in Baltimore with Robert Young & Shirley Temple 2 Color Cartoons JAM RUSSEU 1»C> Jjffl •HOMiS M •!-(,. WUIII MUS-Gv SKYLINE THEATRE BLYTHEVILLE'S FAMILY DRIVE IN THEATRE Box Office Opens 7::!0 — Show Starts 7'.'IS TODAY ONLY MASnRPtECZ OF AMAZKMCMT- wilh 10 rm.]1 t.rrifk iSrilll J»"> rWBBf -1-0— -.w- - -; MIGHTYj 'JOEYOUN& inoowtsw — • HNUJ I JOKSESACX . PH*»L I( I C**w - • I'!,US — Music — Loughs — Spectacle SONJA HENIE in 'The Countess of Monte Cristo' SUNDAY and MONDAY PLUS HOWARD DUFF "MARTATOREN GEORGE BRENT A UNWERSAl-INTERNATlOMl PICTIRF ALWAYS A COLOR CARTOON *' ' '"" ' l £f **' -' • * ' ' i) R Saturday 'RSDERS OF SANTA FE" with Rod Cameron Also Cartoon & Serial Saturday Ow] Show "MARINE RAIDERS" with Pat O'Brien, Robert Ryan and Ruth HUSSCT BLYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATHE, Sunday and Monday d her pals. to!;* over lit* wild and wooiy wwt in ihis year's funniest picture! Sunday. Monday Sr -Tuesday "TARZAN AND SLAVE GIRL" with l,ex Barter and Janessa Brown Cartoon & Warner News - Air Conditioned By Refrigeration NEW "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Ph. 58 Saturday —DOUBLE FEATURE— Marshall of Cripple Creek A!an Lane & Bobby Blak« PLUS Out of the Storm with Joseph Lydon & Louise Collier Color Cartoon and ^ Junior G-Men Serial Saturday 'LAW OF THE LASH" wilh Luh Lane JOHN LUND • COR1NNE CALVET • DIANA LYNN with MARIE WILSON n m~ A HAL WALL1S PRODUCTION • Directed by HAL WALKER Screenpl*y byCY HOWARD And PARK! LEVY * A Saturday Owl Show 'CASTLE ON THI HUDSON" with ,Ii>hn OrflcM Saturday Owl Show Whip Lash with Dane Clark & Alexis Smith Color Cartoon and Congo Bill Serial Sunday & Monday —DOUBLE FEATURE— One Sunday Afternoon with Dennis Morgan and Dorothy Malon* PLUS Sunday & Monday TULSA with Susan The Stratton Story wltk * Jsmen Stewart it June Allyson Newg & Color

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