The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1948 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 10, 1948
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MONDAY, MAY 10, PoliticalSpotlight On Arkansas GOP Start's Republicans ± To Hold Convention "' I" Capital Tomorrow LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Mav 10 (UP)—The Republicans moved Into Arknruias 1 political spotlight today »• the multiple Democratic ^candt- <*«te* marked time. Ti* GOP will hold its state con- vemion here tomorrow, at which time a candidate for governor will be selected to oppose the Democratic nominee in the November general election. Despite reports Hint tho Republicans might pass U p the selection of state candidates in ho|*s of carrying Arkansas in the November presidential election, National Com- mitlceman Wallace Townsenrt satd candidates for other state offices may also be nominated. In addition, Fifth District delegates will meet prior to convention time to name an opponent for Congressman Drools Hays of Little Rock. Earlier 'the Third District OOP named Former Madison County sheriff Dalton Dotson as a candidate to opposs !•! Jim Trimble of Berryville. Shades R. Black of Corning will be the convention's keynote spea*- er and will serve as temporary chairman. In other business the Republicans will adopt a platform and elect, four deiegates-al-Ia'rge to the national convention in Philadelphia June 21. Ten other delegates arc chosen from the various congressional Districts. Delegalkm TJninsliuclcd • Townsemi .raid the delegation generally goes to the national gathering uninstructed. However, State Chairman Ozro Cobb'of Little RO*;K predicted some time ago that at least half of the 14 will favor Sen. Robert Taft of Ohio. His prediction was oomcwhat shaken last week, however, when Second Congressional District Republicans favored Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota in an informal secret poll at Batesville. In the poll. Stassen received 16 votes to 14 for New York's Thomas E. Dcwcy, five for Michigan's Sen. Arthur H. Vandenbiirg, anrl four for Taft. .Action in the eight Democratic gubernatorial candidate camps remained slow although all accepted Yitalion by the Young Demo- Clubs of Arkansas to. speak the same Little Rock Program June 2. Each man will be alloted five minutes. In Port Smith. Bob Ed Loftin announced the appointment of Robert D. Scott, Port Smith attorney.' as campaign^ manager ..and openeil permanent headquarters" in the Hotel Ward there. Vets Political Machines James Merritt of McGehee issued a statement declaring that his candidacy is not tainted with what he calls "political machines that have fought for control of the state government "in the past," Two other candidates — Jame.s (Uncle Mac) MacKrell of Litf.e Rock and John Lonsdale of Lonsdale — continued their vigorous campaigning. Lonsdale was to be in Men a today, in V/aldron tomorrow 'and in Hot Springs on Wednesday for an Elks Club meeting. MacKrelt will be In Wynne tomorrow, in Searcy Wednesday. Tex- srXani Thursday. Nashville Friday and in Arkadelphia Saturday. Only one candidate, Sid McMatn of Hot Springs, opened permanent headquarters last week. Others, including Horace Thompson and Jack Holt of Little Rock, continued to work on permanent quarters. The lemoijiing candidate, Ciiarle.i Fleming of Forrest City, ij not expected to open a Little Rock office BLYTHEV1LLE 1 (ARK.V COURIER Power Trust Sa/cf Blocking Growth of TV A WASHINGTON, May 10. (UP) — Rep. Albert Gore. D., tenn., charged Saturday tliat "the power trust- Is attempting to block the growth and development at the Tennessee Valley Auhority. Gore called upon Repuollcans and Democrats to stage 'a "bi-partisan fight' In behalf of TVA. He said a bl-partlsan meeting was liclrt Saturday to discuss the situation and that another will be held today. Tlie House Appropriations Committee has rejected a request for a new TVA steam plant at New Johnstonville, Tenn. TVA officials had asked for the new plant. Gore attributed the committee ac'Ion to the "power lobby" and "Purcell L. Smith, the world's highest paid lobbyist." Gore argued that the power interests want to make a failure of TVA by preventing further generating capacity, "while Hie demand for electricity not only in the TVA area but everywhere grows by leaps and bounds." "We were unanimous In our opinion that if the power lobby is successful in this fight, It W |]i (hen move on to hamstring the development of the great public power agencies of the West," Gore said. Capper Concedes Defeat in Fight to Keep Oleo Taxes WASHINGTON, May 10. (UP)_ Chairman Arlhur Capper, R Kan of the Senate Agriculture Committee concedes defeat in his fight to keep federal taxes on oleomargarine. He said In a weekend radio address that "in a matter or weeks, American housewives can (jet colored oleo wilhout paying a federal tax." He said the 47 to 30 vote by which the Senate sent the House- approved repeal bill to the Senate Fmniice Committee instead of his "Agriculture group "shows definitely what is going to happen." Capper said he siill is opposed to repeal of the oleo taxes but "we are trying to paint the situation as it is, not as some of u s would like to have it.' ' The Finance Committee has scheduled two days of hearings May 17 and 18 on the repeal measure. It would wipe out the 10 cent a pound l tax on colored oteo and the quarter-cent tax on white oleo as well as license fees for processors and distributors. AAajorette Miss Mary Mlchie, head drum major of the Slccle High School Band together with the band, wi appear at the Memphis cotton Carnival Festivities this week. Miss Mlchie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mlchie of Stcele. and the niece of Dr.' joe Bcaslcy of Blyth ville. Tally-ho on Hi«h MADISON. Wis. (UP)—A new- twist to fox hunting has been de- I veloped by a New Glarus flier. Nor' clean Hoesly locates the- fox...from . his plane and lands for the kill. I Georgia, Lousiana, North and i South Carolina, and Texas require school attendance only to the age of Train Crewmen Killed In Valley Forge Wreck VALLEY FORGE, Pa, May 10. (UP)—Two crewmen were killed last night when an Allontown-to-Phila- delphla Reading Co. passenger train was derailed in historic Valley Force Park. Nearly 200 passengers were bruised or shaken in the accident, but non was injured .seriously. Buch I Demy, 35. engineman, anc Howard E. Jackson, fireman, batl of Allcntown. apparently died in stantly when the heavy steam lo comotive and coal tender ripped in 500 feet of track and crashed o: its side. Read Courier New.< Want Ads. THE TOT SHOP! FOR AIJ, BABY NEEDS 110 S. Second Phone 2308 Closed Wednesday after- Revealing Facts On Fistula-FREE Learn About Dangers of Radical Treatment The Thornton & Minor Clinic Suite 512, 920 McGee St.. Kansas . City, Mo., has a new Illustrated J'FREE BOOK on Fistula, piles, , other rectal or colon disorders and J associated ailments. Write today. AMERICA'S FIRST NEW 1949 MOTOR TRUCKS TKSEE.QlMklH-ION t FT. Hot™ They're brand new in design and performance -k« style and comfort! ONE-TOM • FT. SIAICE ' *!5ii£i in and take a close-up look at tho sensational new 19-19 Stuctebaker trucks. They're outstanding in new postwar truck features you haven't seen before! Exclusivt new "lift-the-hood" accessibil- rty! New truck cab design— with new spaciousness — new visibility — extra-wid* doors — lower floors — enclosed stepsl Come, see them right away! More models than Studebaker ever offered before! An impressive variety of sizes and wheelbasesl CHAMBLIN SALES CO. LEX CHAMBLIN Railroad & Ash Streets BILL CHAMBLIN Phone 21<)5 Injured Woman Ends 2,500-Mile Ambulance Ride WINSTON-SALEM, N. C., May 10. (UP)—Mrs. Donnlrt B. Trlvitte was ready for a long rest today after a 2,500-mile ninbuiance ride With n broken hip.. She nrrlvecl here ycslcrdny with Ivor husband from IMS Vegas, Nov., they covered the distance In (!6 hours, wilh two drivers nllernnllhg at the ambulance wheel. Mrs. Trlvltte, 51, broke her hip In » fall at Las Vegns title! she nnd her husband were on their way home from a California motor trip, Doclors vetoed a return plane trip, nnd the impending mil strike prevented a return by train. So they chartered an ambulance so Mrs. Trlvittc could rldr> In comparative comfort on n narrow cot. Mrs. Trlvltte said stio wi\s very tired but it was a good trip. "Tlie only thing we missed was the Grand Canyon," she said. Tlie two drivers, Park Welir nnd Dick Walters of Las Vegas, were ready lor a long rest loo. Jiut they planned to head west today. Hend Courier News Want Ads. Norman Thomas to Run Again on Socialist Ticket HEADING. Pa., Mny 10. (UP) — Norman Thomas. 63-year-old former minister who hus run for President In every campaign since 1928, hend- C ? ,V >a ^ clftllsL p »f>"* national election ticket for the sixth time today. Thomas h, ncceplln B the iiomli'la- llon of Hie pnttyV national convention yesterday, called' for universal riisurmnment and declared that Ihc great issue in the 1918 presidential i-mnpalgii 1« winning the peace. Tucker P. smith, professor at oil- yet College. Mich., was nominated for vice president. B«ver» ProfUabl* CONCpUD, N. M. CUP.-During the 10-day open soasnn this ye«r N™' Hampshire trappers canilil $58.000 worth of beaver pells Thev look 1,'JOS beavers. ' May, 1848 by the Probalo Court for the Chickasawba Hlstlrct of Mis- I sLsslppl County, Arkansas. I All persons having claims against said estate arc required to exhibit (ton. properly authenticated to the undersigned for allowance within six months from the date of Ihe flrsl publication of thl.s notice or they shun be barred forever and precluded from any bcnellls In such estate. The definite address of the umlersiiwd administrator | s nao West Walnut Street, Blytheville Arkansas. Dated (hi-, 7th dny of May, 11M8. E. M. Holt, Administrator. Reid & Hoy, Attorneys. Soybean Recleaning Let us recleon your soybeans. Our new modern cleaner double cleans, removes splits/faulty beans, dirt, trash, weed seeds, for better germination and purity. Blytheville Soybean Corp, Phone 856 1800 W. Main St. Phone 857 Federal Works Agency, Public Buildings AdinliUslriilUm. Office of the Division Engineer, 550 Post Office. Dallas 1, Texas, May *5, .1948. Sealed bids. In trlpllculo, ivlll be received at this office until 3 p.m., May 26. 1848 and then publicly opened, for furnishing the materials, and performing the work for Interior and exterior painting und miscellaneous repairs at the U. S. P. o.. Plg- Rotl, Arkansas in strict accordance with Ihe specifications dated P1J- mv-6. March 18, 19-is, and drawings (if any) mentioned therein: and the general conditions dated Sept. 15, 1942 nnd addendum thereto dated May 15, 1944. Specifications and other data may be had at the ofllce of the custodian of the building or the oflice of the division engineer Irving D. Porter, division engineer. 5110-11-12 N'olfce of Administration Notice Is hereby given that Letters of Administration were granted It to the undersigned upon the estate ' Olcncoe Hldjf. Phone '1352 of Dell R. 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