The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1948 · Page 11
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 15, 1948
Page 11
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THURSDAY, 'APUTT, !5, 1948 JSLYTHRVTLLK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FOR SALE DORTCH'S IMPROVED OGDEN BEANS State Certified NON-CERTIFIED OGDEN PURITY 98% Germination 88% C. L. Wylie, Grocer, Promised Land Phone 2025 or L R. Matthews Gin, Yarbro Phone 727 McCord Opposes Bartering Votes i Tennessee Governor Raps Truman Move To Appease Harlem NASHVILLE, Venn., April 15 j IUP)—Oov. Jim MoCord. koynntinit |thp Democratic mute ronvcnlion here today, rapped President Tru" man by Inference mid the civil For Sale State Certified D.& P. L. PLANTING SEED CLEANED & TREATED 6-8-12 Fertilizer Roseland Gen Co, Roseland, Ark. *. V *n Thomas J. Lilly & Son AUTO and FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING NOW LOCATED 1T2 South Lilly St. • ™H ,h * ri . n *. New ,<*«••«« »»<! "enuty !n( () Your Home _ and the Interior of Your Car A Complete Line of Beautiful Leatherette RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (All Types Except Canceri Clinic SH Main, Blylhevllle, Ark., Phone 2921 GARDEN SEEDS COMPLETE STOCK BULK OR PACKAGE FRESH PLANTS DAILY BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 EAST MAIN ST. | rights program directly, j McCord .spoke a.s temporary i chairman of the convention which \ was lo decide whether (n iptiore [Pr&«Mtiiii Truman entirely, .slap nls | wrist with 'A resolution condemiv- I LIIR hw civil rights program, or direct Tenncs-see's 2« votc.s nclivo.y , against ht,s nomination nt (lie TI^I tional convention. | The governor warned tlir "Ipiifl- i Prship ol this nnllnn" Dint "the :itUcRdty nl the South is not to he 'bartered for votos in Harlem." Without referring to president Truman by name, Goveinoi Mc; Cord snid Rtso that the frniucrs of ,'ihft federal constitution were "ac| umted b> - motivp.s for beyond tho.s*> Rxprc&sert in the, rocotnmcndattnns from the lender.ship of ibr nation at this lltue in the civil rights WH." In another portion of his speech he told the convention that it ir, the responsibility of Tcnne.ssee delegates to the national Democratic convention "to select as the nominee of the party a man in whose hands the torch of leadership wi'I -shine resplendent throughout, th? nation nnd the world." In closing ! his keynote .speech, the governor ! paid that "tlie wisdom of your nr- 1 tion will lead to a nnlitiuu, triumphant nnd victorious Democratic victory." Governor McCord's talk apparently was right in line with his earlier statements on the civil rights issue. have been Unit he is against the civil rights program, that he favors a Dcmotra'nc presidential nominee, "whose background is without" the civil rights ; feature, and that the Democrats should settle their .squabbles within party ranks. The governor also described Communism us an "insidious fon.v at work throughout the world" and that "we can no longer permit the Communistic ideals to fester anl spread throughout the Unite:! Slates of America." He said that "we hate war, rfo not tvanl \vnr, but we are irrevocably of the opinion that now Is the time to be prepared for war and that our diplomatic language ought to be a language of Yes an.l No, and if war must come, we will be ready. The civil rights program, govor- i nor McCord said, "is nothing more. or Ie,s.s than an effort (o break down Food Lockers j{ For.Rent fi j] Cold Storage [i Meat Curing lj j Expert Processing; « n H i j i Quick Free/ing for Home JI i Freezers i i i • I Groceries - Meats - Fish J BLAYLOCK jj Frozen Food ji ;i 2Jsl & Main Phone 2«02J' * "*^ "*™ *• • • • • H««_KK«KHK 1 I Georgia Officer's Slayer Is Given Death Sentence SU'AINSBOHO. On., April 15 — (UP>—Spence Edwards wns convicted yesterday of slaying „ Ocorfila Burcnii of InvMtlgntlon agent and was sentenced to die In the electric chair at Tnltmill state Prison June 4. Edward*, who hnd tolrt his storv of thp agent's death hysterically when he look the stand, 'wns rnliii nnd only trembled slightly when the Judge pronounced the sentence On Monday Edwards' 18-vear- old wife, hl.i brother. Alfred,' and Kvnlyn lax, a cousin of (he brothers, will go on trial on murder charges 111 (he case. I The Edwards' family came, from i Murfrccshoro, Tenii.. on n crime lour Ihrough AlHbmnii n nd Ooorula cnlmliinlinR In the shooting of Avrnl Garland Fields Inst Marcb. The. bedrBRglcri foursome wns run to carlli in » nwnmp the next day by a jxvwe. Drinkers Banned in Bars Jailed After Composer Nets $25,000 from 2J -Year-Old Song GI.BNDALK. Ariz.. April 15. (DPI -Soncwiiier Hurry M. Woods todny counted up an estimated 125,000 profit from (he unexpected rivival of the song. "I'm Ixinklng Over a Pour Leaf Clover," he wrote 21 years ago Woods, who first tried out (lie catcliy piece on a New York speakeasy piano, said he planned to buy a couple of horses for his two sons, build a new home and save the rest, of Die u-indfnll (or « "rainy day." '49 Water and Sewage Meet Set for Little Rock FAYETTEV1LLB, Ark.. April 15. 'UP* —'Die 104!) convention of the Slate U'nter and SewaRc Conference will be- held nt Little nock, it, wn.s re.venlcct today. This year's three-day convention closed with the election of Solon Sanderson of Mnrlnnnn as chairman. Olher new officers Included I-'aye Peer of Van linren, vice chnir- rnnn; Dr. Harrison Ifnlr. of Vnyettc- ville, secretnry; w. A. Mavhan of Little Rock, propuam chairman: and w. R. Spencer of Faycttevlile chairman of Die Executive Committee. nil constitutional rishls gunrnnlced ; to the sovereign stall's." BEDFORD, pa.. April H <UT>)-~ Nine men nnd « u-omnri were In J»H today awaiting hearing on chnrges growing out of a brief, but nolsey ••revolution" asalnsi the district's "verboton list "-a publlch'- postcd Us! of those who allocedlv can't hold Iheir lUiuor. The list, placed l n 1 WB 1 ,|,-lnk- IMR eslnbllsbnienls * few months npo In an effort (o rertura disturbances names persons to whom drinks are not to be sold. Opposition to the public ban renohed „ climax Mornlny jil B lit when police snld a group nt six men became disorder^. In two beer parlors at nearby Everett. The six | and lour other persons described as bring >„ route" to the dlshu-- bance, were held after a wild Iniltle with police chief Willnrd D. Kline and Stale police. Mve persons \\cre Injured In the fighting. Identity of Murdered Tattooed Woman Sought COLLINS. Miss., April IS. (UP1 — Police piiMled-loday over the Iden"<y of a tattoeri woman whose bullet-riddled body wns found fnco down in the water of a roadside ditch near here yesterday. Initials nnd wonts prl'cke.t Into her arms wllb indelible ink K<U 'C aiilhorltles their only Hue* to the ideiHUlcalinii of thp woman and possibly her slayer. Three bullet wounds In the small of the woman's bark. Inflicted by ft .22 caliber weapon, wore the cause of her death, police said. Her poekelbnok «•«., missing and there were no identifying labels In her clothes, ivhlc.b were described as neither expensive nor ob| viously cheap. | On the upper part o' her left i«rm was tattooed "Casey. Illinois" nnrt on the lower prut of the snm( ; ami was tatlooed "llon-noy." \Hotcl Fire Is Cause ! For Suits, Court Rules ATLANTA, Oa . April 15. (UP> — I The Cieorcia Siinroinr court held i today thai persons who suffered I loss In the !!Mfi Wlneroff Hotel : fire here have cause for filing claims ngalnsl tlie hotel owners and managers imder common law. The disaster took the lives of HO persons on nee. 7, imfi. The high court said combustible materials were slored In various places In the hotel, lnr.rca.ilng the dancer of fire, and cllcd n number oi claim* lh»t eo«M h* c)im«IHH under common-taw nc«ll»ence Thr ruling c«n» In * dam«i« suit filed by O. B. Torbti t « B ahi,t, Mrs, Annie L« Irwln, own*r of His hotel, mid Hi* Winecoff Hotel Co. EL»VB» Rfdrt Uourl«r Newi Wunt Art«. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Rent Price* Kirby Drug StoreS Dr. W. A. Taylor VETERINARIAN Culls Made—Form A Town l)«c Phone 1I8J Nilfhl PhoKe 2138 First National Insurance Agency FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION Phom 2J11 10« North 2nd 8t. BILL WILSON ABtKM|y Funeral Insurance PHONE 4431 COB6 FUNERAL HOME Bl.vJheville. Arkansas ENJOY THE BEST IN PIT BARBECUE! AT THE — RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Court cons Waitresses & nirl Car Rons iiniinc . ., T ° Waif On V "U HOURS,: 1:00 n. m . _ i ;0 o a.m. Weekdays 12:00 Noon—12:00 Mid-nl Sunday, South Dmsion St. Pianos Wiilc selection of models and prices on our floor all the time Piano Tuning And repair by nn export. Call us for service (hal satisfies Music Instruments A complele line of music in- slrumenls and supplies. Krom a pick lo a buss violin Recordings Let us ninkc permanent records of your voice and music. Repair • Sheei Music • Radios - Records BROOKS MUSIC STORE i 107 E. Main Phnoe 811 CLOSE PLAY BUT HE'S "SAFE"! ., . and you'll be safe loo, \vilh the splil second timing we Stive your car! Our check for spring poos into every vilal mechanical movement'In assure unexcelled |ierforni«nre. Give us your c;ir today Cor n SAFE and HOUND aulnmntive check! We Cater to Truckers! LEE MOTOR SALES 308 E. Main OLDSMOBILE—GMC TRUCKS Phoni 2056 HAKY CHICK TIME • BUY EARLY • BUY THE BEST A Complete I/ine of Feed We Buy Poultry! Lewis Poultry 119 E. Main Phone 3317 BOB MALONE Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 Concrete Tiie Sewer Tile Si/r-s 4, B and 8 Inch Culvert Til« Sizes 10, 12, u, !•„ 21> 34> j, •nd 36 Inch A. H. WEBB Itwj. 61 j| Slate Une Phone Blylhevllle 714 FOR SALE Ket our prices on (cstctl 12 inch to IS inch concrete culverts. Also concrete building blocks. CALL ON US DIAL 691 We Deliver and Sell for LCJI Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 RKDYEJ), the old shoe becomes smart, new appearing (particularly if also rebuilt hero). We rn- dye shoes any color —perfectly. H-flLTCRS QUflUTY SWdC SHOf 111 "W. M-«1N ST. DYNAMITE Now in Stock at Paul Byrum's Local & Long Distance Mauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any Place Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. Phones: Pay 4677 Niffht 2986 INSTANT RADIO SERVICE AI,r. MAKKS Wr Sprcialtic. hi P-M I.nfnt Mni^rh itf N»w • Crnsley BLYTHEVfLLE RALKS COMPANY. IS8 F,. Main Ph«M M1« Auto Body Repairs Iht W*4 In ,« . « h.r, .11 island Behind 12 Year* of S«tl»fad»ry S«r T ie« hi Mlwilttsipirf Ct»untr BARKER'S BODY SHOP Kentucky Flash Cameras At Barney's! 2<l(l« \l>n( Afnin Street Kiim n RIC , EDFR ° M?9 - 90re * 14 - 95 Him l)cvel»pm^nf^,^F.Ve e r,x7 Enlargement Roll Film In All Si7.<*—rCx.slmRn Kodak Film BARNEY'S Phonc 3647 2006 W.,t Main St. ^ARM^ILOANS Hom« Om«, N.w.rk, N. ]. GU.I,, W»IT« n» mm RAY WORTHINGTON '«. rhht ., , S«vlnj Thl. SetlUi. M T,,*™ utfrorfa,./ Kl^,,,,. ,.... ^ Still & Young Motor Co. BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE " CE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 STUDE BAKER Batteries Heaters Sun Shields Radios Seat Covers Tires New Motors Parts Everything You Need for Your Car We Repair 'Em All Any Make Cars and Trucks . . . • Factory Trained Mechanic* • Pain! A Body Work • r,tihricatinjf * Washing • Wrecker Servict • New Equipment If you need a new 1 '/, ton or a t» Studebaker truck we hav« It] CHAMBLIM SALES CO. "Your Friendly Studebtiker D«a/« f " R.R.iAshSts. Pho».21»3 Guaranteed RADIO REPAIR by K xpcrt Cull 811 Brooks Music Store 107 B. Main EAST END AUTO SALES H«* fh« cur yon want anil nc«)! Phone 4191 or s*e us nt SOS B.'Main CAN WATKR AII> IN ARTHRITIS? •' YES • . '. If it's ,\totirt((iia V«llcy Uliwrnl W»t«r, MM fomow hCAllh wntrr from Mot Sprtn««, '-*-tnni MOUNTAIN YALLCT—NttM ' . .' • Sllmnlale kidney trtlrwi. ' • Eliminate the w»tn—«w <*\vn of Arthritis and *heun*tl«ii. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and DfrM«« Blytheville, Ark.

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