The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 27, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVn.I.E (ARK.) COURrER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 27, McAAath Proves Self Minor Prophet' Majority Hears j 100,000 Guess Of Governor LITTLE ROCK, July 27. W) — Governor McMalh proved himself something of a prophet In his second-term renomtnation. Several weeks ago the governor predicted he would win In Tuesday's preferential democratic primary by 100,000 votes. Actually he didn't make It by 100,000, but he came mighty close. On the basis of latest unofficial returns, with nil but 66 of the state's 2.237 precincts reported, he was more than 93.000 votes ahead of his nearest rival, former Oov. Ben Laney. And he had a majority of nearly 88,000 over Laney and two other candidates. Record Breaking Total With a record-breaking total of some 320.000 voles cast. McMath had 201410: Laney 110.933; J. L. Harris 4,100, nnd M. O. Bankson 1.476. Some of the missing CO nrecincls probably won't be heard from; In virtually every election there are some small rural precincts in which no balloting takes plncc. So the latest figures probably will be Just about as good as can be arrived at until the official totals arc certified by county Democratic committees. Battles for two supreme court, justiceship nominations arc the only statewide races which will BO Into a run-off In the second primary on Aug. 8. Gordon >!ad Majority Lt. Gov. Nathan Gordon won re- nominatton by a sizeable majority over three opponents'. All other incumbent state office holders • whose terms are expiring are unopposed for renomlnatlon at the second primary. Sam Robinson and Leffel Gentry. both of Little Rock, contest In the •run-off for nomination to the supreme court seat formerly held bj the late R. \V. Robins. Three others were eliminated in Tuesday's balloting. Chancellor Paul Ward of Bates- vlllp and R. B. McCulloch of Forrest City are candidates In the other run-off. They seek the position formerly held by retired Justice Frank G. Smith. P. L. Smith of Antolne was eliminated. Run-off Necessary A run-off between the two highest men becomes necessary when no candidates in a field of three or more receives a majority ol aV votes cast. Seventh District Rep. Oren Harrl:. of El Dorado won renomlnatioii in the only Congressional race. With only one precinct unreported in the H-county district, he held a good majority over two opponents. Six Are Killed In Plane Fall In W. Kansas I thli western KUUM town. I Some of the crewmen ipparently . attempted to parichut*.: A chut« | on one body was ripped open. Parachutes were itrapped to t)ir« other victims. Witnesses -said a v\ng section fluttered to earth «hort]y ifUr the plane hit. The B-25 was enroute from Scott Pleld, Belleville, 111., to Lowry field, Denver. Officials at Randolph Field, 8»n Anlanta, T«x., the pluw'i original Petrography Is the sluciy of rocks their;'composition, structure nnt classification. Ontario motorists pay nearly $80,000,000 a year In gasoline taxes nnd license fees. - OAKLEY, Kan., July 27 twin-engine air force plane crashed during a thunderstorm yesterday, killing nil six men aboard and scattering wreckage over a two-acre area, The plane, ft B-25, hit In a jias- .boul 12 miles southeast of ture "Oldat40,50,6Qr — Man, You're Crazy «, twid n«me& ot th* dead would b« released there an soon u next of kin hAd b««n notified. No p«r enters Britain'* House of Lords with his gloves an when the kiii« i* present. WOMEN! Ar. ThM> Sit n* Waning You Of CHANGE OF LIFE? N«rvou*nw«, • 4«pr*M*J, frrjUbU, •*. tA»», run-4own f«*iin» m*jr you f»rp Durin, ihi. h»v« foun* , u of "lh» eh«n*»." Jf rp rrtUr* ittf Un**, Jittery tin*, • ieuMR Ctrdul to b* +m*i\*t\j MtotM forllnf, Cirrluf aUo h«tp* r»l »iMt> p tut-up *t*Kng. *n«flti r »l**p tor *A4+A atrcnrth tad action, it KlvM inn* »U] in bulldlnj r*. •Utanr# *> oft«R a«*d«d during th*n*« *f lift. Mali* "th* «h*nn" M FIGHTJNG MARINE ("JUNIOR CLASS" J-Seven-year-olJ Tommy H;irx, icll, ot Detroit, Mich., thought he heard the man on the radio say that "men of seven" could enlist In the Marine Corps, so he hot-(ooted it down to the ret-ruiling station. "No Hart, over hnd to be drafted," he lold Marine Capt. G.irlh Sturdevan. Capt. Sturclevan took Tommy's fingerprints and signed him up as a Marine, "Junior Class," That's his honorary membership card Tommy is proudly showing his friend, Donald Poniatowskl. Communists Fire Singapore Plant'; Woman Perishes SINGAPORE, July 27. (>P) — At Icnst one woman worker perished today in a fire which razed Singapore's largest rubber factory. Police said the blaze was set. by Communists. Rescue workers dug through the rubble ot the huge Alkhoc plant-, which employed almost, 1,000 persons, in search of move victims believed trapped in the fire. The factory was Insured for $2,- Do FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEKTH. an improvrd powder Lo be Bj)rl[iteJr<1 on upper or Lower plates, iiolit.i ial.se lectli nuiro Clrrniy in plnce Uo i.ot sJldc. slip or rocK No gummy, me FAS'l'EETK Is ivlknlliir. innn-BCTrt Does not saiit Checks "plate odor (rirnitlre breath) Get FASTEETH »t 300.000. Deputy Police Commissioner R. C. B. Wiltshire said, "We luve every reason to believe the lire was set by Communist arsonists." lie snlil I he blaze looked like part ol nn ambitious Communist plot to destroy Singapore's economy. Two previous attempts h»U been made to fire the lactory, he explained. Housework Easy Without NaggingBackache « to A.*, we pel nTitcr, ALrrnii nn.it ulrn cxeitinn, mfasivc »mt>kinx or *x en Id BOJJietimcs nlnwa Jown kiilney fu llon. ThLi mny ie«d m«ny folks to com-. plain ol TI a Rictus: harkuche, ]i>*» of pop nrvd *r\trcy. hea.iachea am] dkrine-n. Crtlfnv up nfj-hts or fr«(iucnt p«»aaifej jnny result f Htm m^nnr ^f^d.ler IrriUUoM flue to cotd, dHinpneKS or illetary in'ltscretiuni. If j-flur ([hcnmfortN are due* fo tH*Tt* cimsc*. d«n'l w»il. Uy n<.- An \ I'M*. » tniM illurclic. U.inl auccru .ft-llr hy miltion» for i>tlcr oMit-T*vse occvir, il'a nmsilnji how many limcn Donn's (jive ho pry rpltef — hetp-lhc IS mifc« of kidney tuWji nnc! filter* flush out -wnsl*. Oft JJonn'i t'ilta today COMFORT" relaxes you from today . . . prepares you for tomorrow Perfect rest and relaxation, and irresistible cmn/orr, arc yours to enjoy every night ... on a Sprhig-Air mattress ami spring. Scientific, Spring-Air inncrsprhig nnils provide luxurious "Controlled Comfort" advaiHagcs (antomniic adjustment to every hody curve niul iiody movement} to everyone regardless of their wciglil. Oclatls explained at right. Com for demonstration and llio "rc.il inside story 11 aliotit Spring-Air advantages. Twin and full siir Spring-Air treeics anil matcliiiig IKH spring WADE Furniture Co. "Trade with Wade & Save" CORRECTION Our ad In Wednesday's paper Inadvertently listed women's sho*« ml 2 pair for 2.79, it (should have read: Women's Casuals and Dress Summer Styles » $2.79 or 2 Pair $5.00 HEUER'S SHOE STORE Fine quality vegetable shortening CRISCO - - 3 >b can 85C Tnu'l! notice thai we've adopted the new name (or our two .stores . . . . I.F.AinVAY Super-Value Sfores. Noi only thai but we're planning A really super celebration very noon to show you how you'll save by shopping at our two stores. Witch for It. A national favorite PETMILK - 3'.'«34c Jack Sprat, No. 2 can PORK&BEANS12<«$1 YOU GET UP TO 46% MORE GRAN than my other broad! 3COZ.BOX 26 More soap—/ess opera—tor yoar money! SOFT DRINKS Dr. Pepper, Grapette Pepsi-Cola, Coca Cola 20 C , Rosedole Green and White, No. 303 can LIMA BEANS Pride of Illinois, No. 303 can CORN 101 $1 Standard, No. 2 can 8" SI Tomatoes-8lor$1 Beans25 Ibs. $2.25 LETTUtr'ea. 10< V at can * Heinz Snappy fresh Sardines-2 for 13< Baby Food 6 lor 45< Carrots - bun.9tf Jock Sprat, 4 ox. can Blue Plate, 12 o*. jar Large Sunkitt Pimientos - 2 tor 25< P'nut Butter - - 33< ORANGES doz. 39< Kraft Cheese Velveeta - 2 Ib. Great Northern Crisp firm heads A real bargain Delicious home-grown T. Tissue -3 for Ifr Tomatoes 2 Ibs. 15< CIGARETTES All Popular Brands Carton $1.80 CHEWING GUM AH Brands 3 packages for lOc Wilson's Laurel Brand 1 SLICED BACON i 39c Alt meat, in the bulk Lean bacon Swift's Cresta Wieners • - Ib. 45t Squares • - - Ib. 19c BUTTER - • Ib. 59c Streak o'Lean Meaty pork Delicious end cuts Salt Meat - - Ib. 24c Neck Bones- Ib. 19c Pork Chops- Ib. 49c WATCH FOR OUR BIG ANNOUNCEMENT COMING SOON- SUPER-VALUE STORES At Main & Division NABERS Grocery & Mkt. West Main—Across from the Mox FREEMAN-HENLEY Grocery & Mkt.

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