The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 11, 1950
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TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1950 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE South Carolina Ballots Today Hot Roc* for Senate Seat, Governorship Comes to a Head bLTJMBIA. B.C., July 11. <m than 350,000 South Carolinians «re expected to vote today In a Democratic primary fc.ilured by i hot U.S. Senate contest and a four-cornered governor's race. The fact that James P. Byrnes 11-year-old former secretary ot «UU, Is one of the (our gubernatorial candidates has attracted more than usual national Interest to the voting. Olln D. Johnston, the Incumbent and Gov. J. Strom Thurmond ar the principals In the battle for th Senate seat. They have waged bitter name-calling campaign fo the last six weeks, during wliic both sharply criticized Presiden Truman. Polls In all 1.512 precincts opene at 8 a.m. and will close at 6 p.n In South Carolina the Democrat nomination Is regarded as etjuiva lent to election. 500,000 Voter* Register More than 500,000 voters, includ Ing about 70.000 Negroes, registere for the primary. State Democrat Chairman William P. Baskin pr dieted 400,000 would vote. The pr vlous record was nearly SST.OQO the 1938 Senate race between t late Ellison D. (Cotton Ed) Smi •4J0 Johnston, 'Wrunild any of the candidates t to win a majority in the four-co nered governor's race there will a -un-off primary July 25. Byrn opponents are Thomas H. Po Hew Flood Threat Seen In Nebraska CRETE, Neb., July 11. W—Ttie ging Big Blue river flood waters led downstream today fitter In- dating parts of four towns anc using millions of dollars worth o operty and crop damage. The record breaking floor) crest suiting from the runoff of a 13 ch rain at York. 50 miles north si of here, is expected to reach eatrice, 25 miles south of here rly Thursday. The flood, most extensive In IVie story ot York, McCool, Beaver rosslng and Crete, already has aimed five lives, and driven more lan 600 from their homes. As cleanup operations proceeded ithout interruption at towns al- eady hit. preparations were being iade at 'DcWilt and Beatrice tor he high water. Observers expect the raging flood •aters to reach DcWltt today. At Beatrice, a city of about 11,000, a iver crest ot 25.5 feet, nearly a foot over the previous record and eight eet over flood stage. Is predicted or Thursday. Bubonic Plaque Hits South China HONG KONG. July 11. f/P)—Bu- bonic plague has struck the South China province of Pukien. threatening Us 11.000,000 population. Hong Kong officiate said today Chinese Communists are rushing vaccine and medical workers to the Fuklen port city of Amoy. Cooter Schools Open New Term With 425 Pupils Cooler public schools yesterday >egan first-term enrollment with 425 students showing up (or'regis- tration, according to Jack Rushing ugli school principal. Mr. Rushing sntd that 175 pupils md enrolled in high school (Junior and senior), and 225 children liai signed up [or the first six grade of elementary school yesterday. About 45 children who are now six years old or will be six by Jan uai-y 15 also registered. Me. Rush ing said. • Cooter bus schedules also wet Into operation and the school cafe teria is to open July 11. Meal price are to be the same as last yea with no provisions for free lunche However, J. E. Godwin, superintendent of Cooler schools, said parents may earn meal tickets for theii children, It necessary, by doing extra work on the campus. The schools closed first day operations at noon. OTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALK NOTICE Is hereby given that the indersigned commissioner, In com- llance with the terms oJ » decree endered by the Chancery Court lor lie Chlckosawba District of Missls- l County, Arkaixsus, on the Gth day of July, 1950, wherein Alice Crockett Fletcher was Plaintiff, and Leonard E. Crockett, el al, weic Dc- enrtants. No. 11,282, will sell at pubic auction to the highest and bc.v jidder. on a credit of three months at the south door of the Cour [iouse, between the hours prescrib ed by law, in the City of Blyihc vllle, Arkansas, on the 5th day o August, 1050, the following real tatc, to-wit: Let Ten tVO) tvnd the West K of Lot Eleven (11), all In Block Two (2) ol the Chicago Mill and Lumber Second Addition to the City of Blj'thcville, Arkansas. THE purchaser al said Bale will be requited to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and a lien will be retained upon said property as adltional security [or the payment o: sucn puichasc money. WITNESS my hand and the sual of faid Court, on this the 10th day of July. 1950. Harvey Morris, Commissioner in Chancery 1,11-18 Sprays that hasten Ui« ripening of apples »lso in some cases caus» the fruit to stay on the tree longer, Wanted to Rent: 5-6 Room Hous« Representative ftf large southern concern locating In Blythe- vllle desires (o rent 5 or 8 room house. No small children. Telephone C. C. Kress at Noble Motel. Carpenters' Strike On in California i ii/r » ricu—The new St. Francis Xavier Church in Kansas City Mo., combines the most modern lines in church architecture with ancient symbolism. Built of limestone and concrete at a cost of about $700,000, the Catholic church resembles the torm ot a fish, an old liturgical symbol op are Thomas H. Po New Berry attorney and speaker of One Of Vaudeville the state House of Representatives; Lester L. Bates. Columbia City councilman and insurance company executive; and Marcus A. Stone, Florence and Dillon lumberman. Also at stake are four of the state's six seats In the U.S. House of Representatives. The Johnston-Thurmond battle has been a rip-roaring one. Party loyalty has been a prime issue In the all-out campaign. Rooneys' Dies at 72 GLENDALE, Calif., July 11. (AP> —Death has stilled the tapping feet of Mattie Rooney Kennedy, mem- Relief !s Sped To 'Quake Area ber of the old vaudeville Rooneys. Mis. Kennedy died Sunday at her home, here at the age of 72. She was Camed as the dancing partner of first her brother. Pat Rooney. and then her husband, the late Tom Kennedy. In recent years, she and her sister, Julia Rooney. had appeared with Ken Murray's blackouts. Luxor a Young Farmers Meet at High School LUXORA, Ark., July 11—The Luxora Chapter of the Young Farmers of Arkansas held its monthly meeting at the high school auditorium Saturday morning, under the direction of the chapter president, John p. Bowen. Mr. Bowen announced that the club has changed its fiscal year from March to July, to conform with the state organization. Of- Itcers elected for the previous year were re-elected at the Saturday meeting, having served only three months o( their terms. Serving with Ir. Bowen for the next year »re lartin Wood, vice president; Clarnce Crawford, secretary; Bowen Thompson, treasurer; and Gerald Chaiin, reporter. BOGOTA, Colombia. July 11. W) —Colombia sped relief today to the rich coffee-growing section 230 mile* northeast of here where 270 F/orertce to Inspect Bridge . carry doctors, nurses and FLORENCE—(/Pi—The course of mile* noraieasi 01 nere wuerc *,uithe Arno river will be temporarily persons were killed and 40.000 left diverted this summer so exnerts can homeless in devastating earthquakes check the condition of Florence s Sunday famous 14th century bridge, Ponic The government, Hed Cross, news- Vecchio. paper* and private organizations Picturesque Ponte Vecchio was rushed food'and medical supplies to the only one of ihe Florence bridge the atrlcken area. An airlift was set across the Arno left undamaged by - -I the Germans when they abandoned ty in August 1944. At the time .»..._/s — officially denied —sprent cold w .nd heavy rains hampered k^te Vecchio^s unsafe and "Wtnc power failed and people | £«£*»£• -.^hf^ Romans, the bridge was reconstruc ted In 1345. While the Arno's waters are dl verted, foundations will be laid fo the reconstruction of two 13th Cen tury bridges. Ponte Santa Trinit and Ponte alia Carraia. through darkness searching lor loved ones or Just wandered aimlessly. ^ Hundreds of victims were living tn parks and tents. Troops burled the dead In makeshift graves to avoid an epidemic and stood fruard to prevent looting al th« shattered towns. LOS ANGELES, July 11. (AP) — A walkout by nearly 40,000 carpenters, stymying hundreds of southern California construction projects totaling $500,000,000. went Into its second day today. The carpenters union, which has been trying to get Its members »2.32 1J2 an hour instead of $2.30 recently granted, denied it had called a strike. But contractors associations said they will seek contempt citations against union leader* who had been ordered by Superior Court not to strike. Salesman Wanted Exceptional Opportunity to earn Unlimited Commissions selling our complete line of major appliances at tremendous savings to our customers. Car is essential. For interview sec Mr. Swanner any day this week at BlythevilU Ambassador Named WWTDON, JuSy 11. (AP)—John William Taylor, Britain's commercial minister in Washington, has been named British ambassador in Mexico City. He replaces Sir Thomas Cecil Rapp, who will succeed Sir John Troutbeck as head of the British Middle East office in Cairo. Sir John has returned to Britain, Commutes Sentences TOKYO, July 11. (API—General MacArthur today commuted death sentences of seven Japanese army officers to life in prison at hard labor. They ar« three generals, Gunmen Rob Temple BOMBAY, India. July 11. CAP) — Four gunmen broke into the Temple of Malahaxiti, the Hindu goddess of wealth yesterday, wounded three temple servants and made off with about $1,000 worth ol jewels. In their haste, they left behind jewelled adornments covering the four-armed goddess valued at $1,000,000. For Improoed KIDNEY FUNCTION In a majority of caje» investigated in several hospitali and clinics, abnormal Kidney function was improved. Bladder pain and discomfort reduced after the use of Mountain Valley Water. If your doctor hoj diagnosed your condition at functional Kidney impairment this natural, untreated mineral water may be very beneficial. Try il for a few weeks. H ii delkioui, pure-tasting, and may be consumed freely. Crosstown Whiskey Shop Main & Division Mountain Valley J Water ^~^ colonels, a captain and a lieutenant, all convicted of the 1945 beheading of captured American airmen on Kyushu. Shawneetown, 111., on the Ohio River, was almost completely movec to. higher ground three miles back two after the flood of 1937. SKYLINE THEATRE Blytheville's Family Drive in Movie Box Office Opens 7:30 — Show Starts 7:45 TODAY & WEDNESDAY 6ARSCHKESA BUBBLE BATH! PlDGEOtf IHHIM«D ...A'' A WETKO.GOlOWrH- KA1U ftCTUK PROTECT AGAINST MOTHS, ANTS, ROACHES. AND OTHER INSECTS non-poisonous AEROSECT S*(*qu*td your horn* «q*irwt mothi,' ro«S«i, *nb, *i»d «th«t fifing and e/*»Unq iniwct* »i>* non-ppiioroui AEROSECT . . . TfcU H lh« EAST. ECONOMICAL •-** to rid jovi horn* of tht*« pill*. . Up to V/j Hm« more EFFECTIVE ... It "'H 4n»-*f *H inwtitid* ft**** i. AiLE srzr HIGH PRESSUIE with •rnply bomb 5235 NOW AVAILAILEI AEHOSECT Far- 2. ron-fefi1l*b'« bomb wit* AEROSECT Ktjh-pr. - "n* no DOT. *"/• txxnb. Abo 12 01. li>*, SI .S» Open 1:M. Starts Get Ik. leit — G«t Atrflft Hubbard Hardware Air Conditioned By Refrigeration LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY Tuesday & Wednesday * ~ h W IX^ •«»•» — NEW LANEY LOOKS LIKE "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. & Sun. Ph. 5S THE PITFALL with Pick Powell & I.izabeth Scott COLOR CAKTOON Tuesday "CUSTOMS AGENT" with WILLIAM EYTHE Wednesday & Thursday "KILL OR BE KILLED" with Lawrence Tiernej LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY Fr«d Astaire i ii "SECOND CHORUS" I'aulede Goddard ALWAYS A CARTOON Speedometer Repair All Mokes & Models — Cars and Trucks One Day Service — Factory Warranty , T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 131 East Main Phone 2122 RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. BLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY ALL WHITE THEATHE Tuesday & Wednesday —DOUBLE FEATURE- LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANcY LOOKS LIKE LANEY Last Times Today "TARZAN AND SLAVE GIRL" with Le* Barker wiJ Janessa Brown Cartoon & Warner New» LOOKS LIKE Wednesday & Thursday 'Here Comes the Coeds" with Bud AbboU to Lou Ctnlcll* Also Nem i Short. kWWIN.* ki IXM "Sorry, Wrong LANEY Number" with Barbara Stanwyck & Bert, Lancaster , —PI,US— Are You With It? Donald O'Connor Also Sport Reel LOOKS LIKE LAKEY ALL OVER ARKANSAS .IT- RE-ELECT LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE BEN LANEY GOVERNOR A Second Time! BEN LANEY ...Will REDUCE Taxed ...Will Adjust TRUCK LICENSE FEES! ...Will Abolish the Tax Commission! ...Will STOP WASTE! ...Will BUILD ROADS Without Borrowing LANEY ALL OVER ARKANSAS ! Political Adv. Paid for by Armil Tayler, Clarksville, Laney Campaign Director LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE LANEY LOOKS LIKE

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