The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 6, 1948
Page 2
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Lqney Shuns Shifting Support AM Says He Will Make Race Or Get Out of Political Picture Birthdqy Boy > Start ; ROCK, A*, April «. (tlP,)-The« will be no administrate candidate in thia aummert gubernatorial race In Arkatnw, ahould OW. Ben Unejr decide to lUcd on hl> Jan.'l* decision to *eek a thW term. < Laney made'that clear yeat«rd«y when he told hl« pres. conference be would do one of two thing's, 111 fet in (the campaign) and* take the 'criticism and -abuse and t»Tj. the ball myself, or I'll §tay ou>, completely," he declared. "There will be no halfway measure*. If I'm not big enough and •trooc enough to tike it myself, I would noi attempt to put my hand on » candidate and stand behind a Vof," the governor declared. The governor'refused again to iaotiounce his decision but indicated that henceforth "it U strictly a personal daeliion." "I *m convinced that I car. "win if I get in," Laney declared. He said a personal survey has ahown him that he need not tear the reaction o« the 1M» lejiilature. "r have reasons to believe that the majority o! the legislators would go along with m«,'"Latiey »»id. "I see no particular danger from that source because the membera of the last General Assembly know Arkansas' problemi and see them pretty much a« I do." The governor pointed out that hl» decision U a difficult one. "I don't care to »hlrk a duty or let anyone down, but at th* sum* time I don'l want to serve as governor." lie Mid. "It 1> something I have to settle with myself." The governor said he was aware Matched luggage for men at rock-bottom prices! gLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS it's Samsonite •TRONO ENOUGH TO STAND ON! Handsome, sturdy, imarlly fined ... and above-all, economical! That's what makei Samsonite America's favorite luggage... and the best luggage value we know. We have matched sets at lew than you'd expect , io p»y for just one piece! 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'Bama Delegates Get Okay to Walk Out on Truman MONTGOMERY, Ala., April «, <UI") — Alabama delegates to the National Democratic Convention today had the sanction of the State Democratic Executive Committee to walk out of the Philadelphia meeting if President Truman's ctvll rights pro- grnm Is adopted. TJit; committee, meeting In special scsslo'n liorc yesterday, endorsed 21 candidates for presidential elector who have—vowed opposition to Mr, Truman's nomination. The party's ruling body In Alabama gave set-en other candidates who iiave not renounced the president 10 days to return to the par- ly's good graces by opposing him actively. Commltteeman John D. McQueen Introduced the walk-out resolution. It Bsked the delegates to "walk out of the convention without further participation If he convention adopts the so-called civil rights program. . ." An amendment to the resolution read:.,"Presldential electors, If nominated, are requested not to vote (or any president or vice-president known to be In favor of anti-Southern legislation. . ." John Brown Jr. Sleeted President oi College SILOAM SPRINGS. Ark.. April 8 (UP)—John Brown University yesterday was headed by the youngest university president In the United States. He was John E. Brown, Jr., a 26- year-old former Navy officer. He became president ot the university Sunday following his election to succeed his father, John E. Brown, Sr.. who founded the university In 1919. The elder Brown became chairman of the Board of Directors of John Brown Schools, Inc. which operate In Arkansas and Californ- Storm Whaley was promoted from vice-president to executive vice- president, succeeding the new president. :hat some of the persons behind th« "draft Laney niovement"simply were Setting on the bandwagon and would expect some reward. "On the otherhand." he said. ,"I am receiving letters and pledges of support Irom hundreds of people who have never taken an active Interest In politics in the past. At the same time, people who supported me thtee years ago are now pleading that I do not let them down. Those are things you cnunot shove asltte without consideration." Latiey Indicated that his announcement would not be made be- lore his return to Little Rock next Thursday. He left later to attend he Souhcrn Conference of Parole and Prison Officers In Nashville, Tenn. INK'S KIVHT1 Con«tip«tion often nnn£» on upset «lom«cli, (f'n.wy din- comfort, flatulence, pour taale. So you w«ntyoiir!»iiitiv»torc!ieve!-oniilipi- lion iind wmfort upMt >lom«ch, toe. B». CALDWILL'* f«mou» m«licin. ilow! bo I h. 11 conUi im lju«tir« Senna, DIM of th« Bixot IhinoforconMlpition known to nunliclil »cwnc«. AIM> rtm troMACH HiLiir it con- tAinc « rfelmbl« carminative to help wannBnilcoinforlyoilrup«ct»lom«ch. So wlwn you're Mulgish, upKt, unrl want to feel worldi better, remember Dr. Caldwcll's. l"hi« on* laxative IPVc* you ploanant relief from coiwli- p«tion, and aiao coriiforta your upeet alomacb. Even fuaay children love il. TKV CW. C»LDWH-L'm.O«nevou>lU oz. Irinl botll«— plu* » ml of 3 beautiful crystalline, crack-proof ice bo* bowl coven~«ent po&tpftld. without charfe to yo*i. Limiuio tim* only. Simply tear out thia ad, mail with nam« and aiMr«M, to Dr. Caklwell a IVpl. 30, Monlicello, 111. DReCALDWEUTS Mule Has Day All His Own In.Cdlumbia COLUMBIA, Tenn., April «. (Tjp) —Another "Mule Bay" festival In «'!» city, which claims Its street mule market li the largest In the world, U Just, * memory today. Columbia \t cleaning up after a crowd of about «,«» which was here yesterday to see the mule done honor. Oov. Jim McCord was on hand to crown King Mute and Mule D«y Queen Alice Foster. Third Army Commander Lt. Gen. Alvan O. Olllem, Jr. spoke on the program. D. s. Burr, of Adatrvllle, Ky., took the bhj'e ribbon for the grand champion pair of mulea. The judging wu done by Fred Owen, millionaire Kansas City. Mo., mule dealer. A total of 1980 In prizes was given during the day, and 1830 of it went for mules. ^ The festival yesterday was the llth annual In the present form, the second since 1M1. The festival was impended during the war. Mule Day falls traditionally on the first Monday in April when the mule market opens. pilot reported on* engine had fall- ed and that he wu planning an emergency landing ne ar Hunghsl. ynl. Obervallon plane* sent Immediately to the scene reported the Marines apparently were uninjured and were walking from their plane under escort by Communist* Himghslyal Is across Tslnglao Bay about 10 mllei west of Tslngtao Yuan. Chinese Communists Hold Four U.S. Matin* Pilots TSINGTAO, CHINA, April 6 (UP) —Chinese Communist captured four United States Marine Pliers who made an emergency landing near Tslngtao, It was reported yesterday The new seizure of American Marines came eight days after the release by the Communists of four other Marines, who had been detained for three months. On a navigational training flight In a Marine transport plane, the Senator Announces for Office ot Chancellor LITTLE ROCK, April «. (UP.) — late Sen. Eric Cavlnes* of Danville today wa« In the race for chancellor In the Hth district. Chancellor John Chambers of Danville, who now holds the post, lias announced his retirement after 21 years on the HSRETflSI THE NEW EASY SPINDRIER AT LAST a wither that really «»k« the work out of washday! Tht Eaty Spiadrier-i twia tub* ao (he titeige family with io k« than •*,**„. 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