The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 19, 1948
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FAGK TWO BLYTHEVrLL! (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Chiang Becomes China's First President to Be Elected Under nstitution by Assembly April 19. (U.P.)— Oeiierallsslmo cliiint Kal-ihek, who h** ffc* $****'* dttliny sine* th« detth of Sun Yat Sen, today wa* elected by an overwhelming majority «s the country'* Jlr»t prtaldent under the nation's .new constitution. #• -- — _ _ Over-rlduig the generalissimo's !•».., own appeal that "someone else oe Rfltifh given the honor," delegates lo the OflllSn National Assembly cast 2,430 »otes for Chiang and M9 for Chu Chen*, president of the Judicial Yuan. Balloting was secret. The generalissimo became the nation's new chief executive as Communist armies were reported deploying for a new and possibly .decisive Manchurian offensive. The I Va., April 19. (UP)— Henry Cotton,' Commons's were movng troops . the British pro who finally found from the Changchun area South his game down here In the We«t toward Mukden, and neutral mill- I Virginia foothills of the Alleghen- tary observers in Pciping expected los, iirldicted today that the era of the big push to start soon— possl- bly in May. Only yesterday the same men who elected Chiang passed a tetr.- porary amendment to the new con • i * , _. f* \Af lf»C I f\t\ Vi"»r>* " " 1119 I UU tJUUt j Af * WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS W ' scientific golf In the United States soon will become » thing of the past unless this country change* 1U golf courses. • I Feeling pretty chipper and $1.800 stltution giving the president power richer as a result of his first U. S. "to take emergency measures" ui tournament victory. Cotton pointed prevent dangers to the slate, it ni- 1 cut that the majority of < courses lows the president to by-pass re- '" America favor players of brute strictkms of the new constitution strength rather than scientific »hot- and practically gives him carte makers. blanche for the duration of the ' Cotton himself belongs in the civil war. latter group. He proved that yester^ Chiang had Ijeen president pro | day when he lopjwd 12 U.S. pros tcmpore since Sept. 13, 1043, when i" the $7,500 Orccnbrler Amateur- trie central executive committee of I Professional tournament and team- the Kuomlngtang oleclcd htm '.o | cd with one of his amateur part- serve until the designation of ai" 0 " to tie for the top In that constitutional president. He WES competition. reelected. Oct. 10, 1946. , He shot the 6,368- yard old white Today's -voting, in which 2,179 ; course layout here In a par 70 on ballots were issued, was orderly t " le second round yesterday to take and quiet In contrast to some ear- the first prize money of $1.000 In Her sessions, in the National As- I the play-tor-pay ranks. He had a scmbly. Each delegate received » I foll f under par 8« In the first 18^card measuring five by eight Inches ! hole round EBtiirday — the best round 'on which the nmnes of the tw> ' ne said, he ever had shot In this candidates were printed. They marked them in 50 closed booth, and then deposited the ballots in 12 boxei. Thirty-five votes were country. Cotton's 36-hoIe aggregate was one stroke better than" that of E. j" cancelled because the ballots wcra traveler. (Dutch) not executed properly. Harrison, the whose second Arkansas round 65 Sports Writers Pick Yanks and Cardinals NEW YORK, April 19. (UP) — yesterday was the best of the tourney. Cotton won $1,000 us top pro and $800 in the team competition. He teamed with Merrell Melgs a 10-handicap amateur from Chicago to tie Johny Bulls and John Big League baseball writers, playing ' (Shipwreck) Kelly for first place' it close ; to the vest, backed ' the '" thc team play, each with a best favorites today and tabbed the bal1 12e - ' New York Yankees and St. Louis Harrison and Ronald Balcom, a Cardinals as the two teams most Richmond, Va., amateur, came in likely to meet In the 1048 World third with 137, giving Harrison » Series. | total of *1,100 In prize money. Bulla Sixty-three wrtterj out of 00 se- • w °n $1.108.33. getting $800 of It Jected the Yankees to repeat in for 'he first place team tie and the .rest by finishing In a tie at 139 | with Ben Hogan and Vic Gheizl lor Ulth place In the pro competition. Sales Soar the American League and « designated the Cardinals in the National League. Food Line In Jerusolem Jewish women line ,,p lor their vegetable ration as the Arabs continue the blockade of the Jewish sector of Jerusalem On April 13 a record convoy of 200 trucks carrying tons of food broke through the bioclcade and reached the Old City safely from Tel Aviv. (NEA Telenhoto.) U. S. Newsman, Ousted by Russia, To Return Home ,BERLIN. April 19. (UP)-Hobert Magldoff, American correspondent ousted by Russia on what he termed "trumped up" spy charges said today he plans to fly to New York In a few days. Masidoff. who arrived yesterday aboard a Soviet plane In company with his Ru.sslnn-born wife, denounced the Communists for'their tactic.?. However, he defended his secretary—who accused him of being a spy—Anierlcnn—born but n-.i.- urallzed Russian. Mrs, Helen "Cecelia" Nelson. "I guess she was called In and told to find something on me" Magidoff said. The correspondent for the National Broadcasting Company said that the last time he saw Mrs. Nelson was on April 14. the day before the Soviet government denounced him. He said Mrs. Nelson shownd up at the office wearing a new fur coat.'she asked for the day off and that was the last he saw of her. The correspondent flew to Berlin by way of Minsk, Russia. There, he said, officials confiscated his notes manuscripts anrt pictures. He said the baggage Inspection lasted almost 90 minutes and that customs Osceo/a News Mrs. Tal Tongate left yesterday lor Rlplcy, Tenn., to join he;daughter, Mrs. Ewlng Dunlap, where they will leave today for a two weeks stay in New York City and other poiius of interest. Mrs. W. E. Hunt, Mrs. W. W. PrcwUt, Mrs. C. E, Sullcnger nn;l Mrs. J. Ij. Ward were among thtuc | from here to visit the Memphis (Pilgrimage Homes sponsored by the Memphis Garden Club. Mrs. Jfttie Driver entered the Memphis aBptist Hospital today where she will undergo a major operation tomorrow. Mrs. Guy Driver and Mrs. Spcn- Inspcctors, searching for hidden i papers, even tore the back off Mrs. j Mngldoff's tiny makeup mtrorr. ccr Driver returned to their home here from a two weeks tour visiting Charleston, Carolina, Willlains- | burg. Virginia, and returning by jthc way of Gatlinburg. Mrs. C.- E. Sullengor spent yesterday and today In Hughes, Ark., as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dillahunty. Mrs. Guy Driver was admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital In Memphis today. Her condition is reported a« serious. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Stcphenson were guests of their son, P. E. Slcphetison and Mrs. Stephcnson the past meek. They returned -o ' their home in De Witt yesterday. Rabbi Vise of Blythevllle, will be j gwst speaker at a meeting of ths men uf the First Presbyterian Church tomorrow evening. Mrs. B. K. Glover and children FOR SALE DORTCH'S IMPROVED OGDEN BEANS State Certified NON-CERTIFIED OGDEN PURITY 98% Germination 88% C. L. Wylie, Grocer, Promised Land Phone 2G25 or L. R. Matthews Gin, Yarbro Phone 727 ,, b nervous tension in Jeru- snlem increasing daily, this Arab ngarct vendor Ends sales soar- Ing. His stock, unlike the supply in the Jewish quarter, is sUU full. Arab merchants reportedly smuggle cigarets acros« the border. (Photo by NEA- Acme staff correspondent David S. Boyer.) Fried Chicken River Catfish 85c Choice of 4 meats Vegetables - Salad 50c Goff Hotel Coffee Shop Plenty of Towels fresh cottons too! Mother Takei Them to "U-D«-lt" Laundry ?SL^ OUr rao <l«™ MAYTAG MA'CHTKEa «nd dry on our GAS «B«D DRIERS; • , Open 7 am.—Close 5:30 p.m Oo« Saturday at noon. Open To»«o»y and Thursday until « *23 N. Second Slrwt. 4M7, S E A L Y MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1948 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlck- asawba District, Mississippi County, Arkanu*. Laura Dlllard Plaintiff, of Wichita, Kans,, visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watson Jr., and family the past ten days. They returned to their home yesterday. vs. No. 10.42* J. H. Dlllard Defendant. Thc defendant J. H. Dillaid is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in Dlllard. •/ the plaintiff Laura < i 15ati) tli| s 18 dny of March, 194g HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. •• .....v., u tlj o ,,, ,,.i C wuii, naiin:a in By Betty Petteraon D n *i the caption hereof and answer the; Attorney for plaintiff; o. t. Coo'per'.' (} Hunting and fishing are mulU- milllon-dollar busiircs.vs, topping all sports in volume of revenue. Political Announcements The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidates, subject lo thc Democratic primaries, July 20 and August 3: COUNTY TREASURER Prank Whflworth COUNTY COURT Cf.KRK Elizabeth Blythe FOR CORONER. E, M. HOLT FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Herbert T. Shfppen 8TATE REPRESENTATIVE L. H. Alitry Leslie N. 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