The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 25, 1948
Page 7
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THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1948 BLYT1IEVILLE COURIER NEWS Dixie Democrats May Aid Truman Support of Tax Cut Veto Seen; But Civil , Rights Fight Continues *T Frank Elcazer (United Pr«j staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, Mar. 25. (UP>- Defcnse-conscious Dixie Democrats managed a kind wort for President - „. „ Truman today, > m i Uiey warned Black Sambo." and music was pro- hlm not to go getting hts political I vlded by a chorus from the Unee hopes lip. A few of the Southern rebels. It , appeared, may go so far »s to back ^ up the president In his anticipated PTA at Coruthersviffe fleets Hew Officers CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., March 25,— At (he regular meeting of the Parent-Teachers Association, Mrs. Howard Punk was nelcted president for Hie coming year, succeeding Mrs. John Sawyer, Jr. Other officers named were Mrs. J. Thomas Markey, first vice-president; Mrs. Herbert I.oyd, second vice-president: Mrs. Paul Mehrle, secretary; and Mrs. Fred Henley, treasurer. The new officers will take charge In May. Toll Tale of Talented Table . Children of the second gnve a dramatization of grades Little veto of the Republican tax cut. bill. Mr. Truman is expected to argue that the need for more defense spending makes a tax cut unwise. Rep. E. E. Cox. D.. Ga., who has been active in the southern' fight t on Mr. Truman's civil lights pro-' r grades. Rev. Floyd V. Brower explained the chest x-ray drive wjilch Is to be held here, and J. E. Brown, grade school principal, asked the posals, applauded the administration for its defense plans. "I don't know of anything better the president could do than ask for preparedness," Cox told news- mrn. "He has put politics behind him. I think the president is click- In-? on all 16 now." ' Rep. William M. Colmer. D.. Miss., chairman of the rebel Southern group In the House, was somewhat less enthusiastic association to support the library tax rate Increase, which will be voted on at the regular city election April 6th. The association voted to give $100 LO the piano fund, which Mrs. Redman Dunham, grade school supervisor, has been gathering. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Mar. 25. (UP)—Livestock: Hogs 8,000, salable. 7,000 compared ' with 9,000 yesterday. Barrows and I i gilts mostly 25 lo 5CK.' nlglter than' I Wednesday's average; some 130 Ibs ^e'=ne,, he said coolly, *** «•«•'«» •>«««-; | , , "are always with the President when lo mosily 25c higher. Bulk good ; and choice 160 to 240 Ibs 22.25-23; Civil iirhls Fijhl Continue, ° P , 2 ^ , 2 40 t.> 270 II*. 21-22.25; 270 Just to keep the record straight, ig 7 fV ?30 to ft' IhV^n 5 ,", 1 -"' Colmer hastened to add that "as| |L ? ',.,A IK ,% ,£ 19-SO-22.2o; 'far as the civil rights nto'rtm ls ! L M ° I2 ° lbs ^-IS.IS; sows 450 concerned there ", 6 not going to be "?- d ? wn "™-U™: over 450 Ibs any truce. Tlie fight Is growing, not lessening. Rep. Oren Harris, D., Ark., prom- PACK SBVHf PALESTINE (Continued Itva r»jr 1) the Palestine questlgn came both from members of Congress mid from Democratic party leaders. The decision lo abandon Ihe jiarlllloii plan has not helped Uie administration among Jewish voters \ Some New York Democrats al- icarty have announced their opiwsi- lion lo Mr. Truman's 1944 candidacy M x result a'nd parly stalwarts me fearful of n Northern revolt on the scale of the Southern rebellion against the jireslilenrs civil rlxh'j Marshall reviewed Ihe world situation with the Scnute RjrcUn Re- lallonx Commillee yesterday behind closed door.s nnd apparently, from Riiarded reports later. was put <m the griddle especially for the Palestine problem. Congress has been up In arms about that reversal ever since It wns announced lo the United Nnl Ions. World fonllli'l Fnurrt Marshall rciwrledly told the Scn- alors that llir Hip flop was made because of fears Hint Arab-Jewish confllcls would touch off a world . , ., ., - ised Southern support for "whatever Is necessary" to Assure, the 17-17.50. Stags 14-16. Cattle: 2,^00; salable 1,500; cal- \ ves: 1,000. all salable. General slow j and undertone weak on all classes ' Receipts light, with a few odd tots ] national defense" But" heTdded''"" T pe . d ' um l ° 8 ° Od ,"« 1 ' t 5leer ? an <j rig -We'renot compromising on civl, S^^Xu,^Sht ^iun^i . .n^TS..v^r-^r^Hv^ rrrTr ? j ' ^S/^i^-eHrri "^'oweTLS r r Navy, and atomic energy program. ers ' In view of this and ot the critical world situation, he said, he probably will vole to sustain the, , presidents expected veto of the tax I » cut bill. , » - . Without predicting how other pected, he rejects the GOP tax Dixie Democrats would vote on the cut. Issue, Cox said their reactions prob- "Our fight with the president This chcrrywood table knows spring is liere. Ils'owncr says he has not put it in water or tampered with it in any w;iy. Nevertheless. It is sprouling small liuds and le.-u'es wherever tliere is a knot. Carol Condon looks nl (he amazing table, whirh is in the window of an upholstery shop in Asbury Park, N. J. Drugs and medicines cost people of the United States $715.000,000 annually. Doctors Claim Cure Ot Rare Disease ROCHESTER. Minn i UP)—Pour Mnyo clinic doctors claim the first cure of a rare, nose di-scasc called rlnosclcromaa by use. of the drug slrcplomycln. • ^ The disease, which obstructs the nostrils with tumor-like patches, responded to an eleven-week treatment., the doctors sftid. H had been cutting Into the windpipe to . provide a new airway for breathing. After getting 95 grains of streptomycin, a patient was pronounced "clinically cured" of the illness. ably are not much different from over the civil rights proposals." one ! for the western Sahara desert Is *" s j member said. "We agree with him ! 132.8 degrees Fahrenheit. Other Southerners said privately on national defense and on the they believe Mr. Truman will garner necessity for keeping the country several Southern votes If. as ex- I strong at this time." -„— according lo the Encyclopedia Britannlca 1 Read Courier'News Want Ads : FACTOR •ncake Make-Up K •s. I plus lax .. . Richard Huilnuf COLD WAVE SET 75c Hair Tonic and 75c Cream Oil JERIS1SALE 76 Cher-may S2.00 Size SKIN BALM T Mary Kent Assorted Sccnls CREAM SACHET 00 5 Ibs. 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Ills npr.cnl Is in addition to the current natlon-wlrlo American Overseas Aid nnd United Nations Apjieat for Children. Dr. EVuiis. who returned recently niter tenchhifj newest medical techniques to physicians in Austria with a medical mission sponsored, jointly by the Unltnrmi Service Commitlce and World Health Organization rUnitcd Nallon-sK described the plight of the people, as he saw roiuUiions In Austria, as "really terrible." "Poverty i s everywhere -In Austria," he .said. "Most- people haven't the"~ things we think o; as even ordinary amenities." He recalled an encounter with s Viennese countess who asked him for knitting needles and wool ao that she could earn a little pin money on the side. . f* Many Lack Clothes "Superficially, the clothing situation in Austria does not appear as bad as it is,' 1 Dr. Evans remarked. "Actually", the people \vhn do not have clothing—and lUey arc numerous—do not venture out on thr strcrte. Some children nre lorcer" to miss school because they have literally no elothcse. to wear." One result of inadequate food and clothing is that .sickness Is on the Increase, he said. Dr. Evans especially noticed, the Increase of tuberculosi.^ While he was In Graz, the university hospital there lost the services of four house officers in a single'week from tuberculosis The ncuro-surgcon.s' fund was initiated at a meeting of the Academy of Neurological Surgery. A gen-\ eral appeal has been made to all neurological surgeons of the United States and Canada. Miss Sara Lnngston, a sludcnl at William wood College. Kultnn. Mo., is spending the Raster holidays with her fnlher. R..Q. Langslon aiid her sister, Mrs. Leonard Ellison, Mr. ' Ellison and her mint, Miss IDollve • Qoswlck. ' ! Mrs T. L. Slanford aceonipulned | Mrs. Donald Wcrls and Mrs John ! Eiiiiiiglou of Osteola. to Imbortcn ! Wednesday, where Mrs. Stanford and Mrs. Wert acted as jmtRrs In i a music contest sponsored by the I Fcrtcralcd clubs, , Mis. T. F, Hudson and daiigliler, i Mrs. R. L. Houck nnd Mrs. Sue Brown were In Memphis Friday. Tlicy were accompanied home by Mrs Houck'5 daughter, Miss Wade McHenry. who Is a student at SL Mary's, for a weekend visit witli Mrs. Hudson and Mrs. Houck. Miss Betty sue Mlfftn and Miss I-orainc Edwards were In Memphis Friday. Mrs. shack Franklin ot Moscow, Tenn.. ami her daughter MM. A:n- mons Dorrls and daughter. Jud.y and Mr. Dorrls, were weekend visitors of Mrs. Franklin's sister. Mrs. Sun Brown and brother, Q rover Driver and Mrs- Driver. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. nozcllc and daughter. Ann Ashley Rozclte. and Mrs. Ro7.cllc's mother. Mrs. li. Payne left Monday for Mexico City. Mexico, tor a two week's visit with Mrs. Payne's son, Hay Payne and Mrs. Payne. conflict. nut even so, he was understood to have admitted Mint an international ]>ollce force still might lie needed lo Impose the UN uuslee- shlu of Palestine Hint the United States Li stilt advocating. The S«n- niovs indtavled that Marshall »mty b6 counting strongly on persuading the British to remain In control tn Political Announcements The Courier News has been mitliodml to announce Ihe (allowing candidates, subject lo the general city election, April 6: mid the Democratic Primary, July 201 h and August 3rd: FOR ,M,I>I:KMAN I I'll si Want) Jesse M wiutc Harry Taylor L. C. (Bud) Posey Jr (Sei'onil Wurrt) .1. \j. (Jodie) Nabers KW <!ITV Cf.KKK Larry Kiicus W. 1. (Hill) Miilln COUNTY TI1KASDKKR Frank Wliltworth COUNTV COI1KT CI.KKK K.llznbeth lilythe FOX CUKONKR E. M. HOLT FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Herbert T. Shlpuen STATK K l-:i'Ki:SKNT,\TlVK Leslie N. 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