The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1948 · Page 14
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Arkansas GOP Conclave Opens R*ptblM«M Plan T. NMM Stale of State Candidate urn* BOCK. AA, j*ay 11.— «rp>—The Republican* or Arkan•M mtt today to name a alatc of -*- 1 - candidate* a* tiwr opened biennial state convention Chattel R. Black of Oomln« was. *• kejmotar and temporary chalr- Kaa. ; . • . On tbe rre of their convention, OOF leaders exprested confidence that a Republican president will be elected In November and made plans to distribute p»tron«ge which has been a Democratic plum for the pact M year*. Wallace Towruwnd, national committeeman, told 'members of the Stata Central Committee last i<3ht that "when It oomei to patronage, and the Job I* a local one, we are ffolntf to Insi/it on • recommendation from the county committee, •and its recomatendationi will be followed." He »ld job* ot statewide scope would be awarded on recommendation of the state committee. Although Townsend said Arkan- aw Republicans have experienced It years of harmony, W. H. Dum- blazier, Fort Smith attorney, charged iii a Jour-page bulletin that the OOP ta Arkansas was a "closed corporation" .under the management of Townsend, George Mallory •nd Osro Oobb, all ot Uttle Rock. , Stat* Committee Chairman Cobb told the group that Republican chance* for ylctory In the general •lection haye never been greater. A Republican presidential victory, he said, will end th« "trend toward centxaltaatlon" and free the nation from the "foreign Ideology" to which It hM been subjected for almost 18 y«r». Carl Wilbur Alrey, 19, who (jave nla home a* the Bronx, N. Y., and Donald Barbee, 21, ol Casper, Wyo alleged to be absent without leavt from an u. 8. Army base In California, are being held in the county Jail here in connection with the theft of two suitcases In Alamo, Tenn., yesterday. , The two men were arrested last night by Deputy Sheriff Erwln Jones and State Policemen Clarence Montgomery and George Irwln when they were round loitering In front of the E. o. Burnett Auto Sales on South Highway 61. At the time of their arrest the two men were carrying two suitcases containing several articles of civilian clothing and a small caliber pistol. Two other pistols were found in the clothing worn bv the two men. Apcordlng to the sheriff's office here the suitcases are slmlinr to the two stolen In Alnmo yesterday Both men are said to have admitted that they wer c AWOL from the Army. SOVIETS C«nUnoe4 From P»IC 1. »11 outstanding Soviet-American differences. That paragraph said: "A« far u the United States Li concerned, the door Is always wide open lor full discussion and the composing ol our differences." Offklah here iMteted that the America!) note wu not dnlgncd to Uftett the early opening of Ulu with Ruwia. jit wu aimrf! •i «alie a dffrerent obJecttTe—to mmt notkse an RucU that prrs- en» ABerlean policy will slind until Soviet policy i< ehan t cd. Immediate reaction here W.TS pleasure at the Soviet willingness to discuss current difficulties. Some linked the conciliatory overture with recent failure of the Soviet propaganda machine to "react" to the Communist defeat in the Italian elections. Top American officials expressed the opinion that Europe may tie settling down a little nnd that Ihn Russians may be prepared to accept accomplished fact*. They believed that it Italian Communists or the Soviet Union tad planned any "rough stuff" after the election.? it would Jiai-e occurred immediately. Instead there has been very little reaction by the Soviet propaganda machine to the Italian election* and the continuation o( the anti-Communist front. Before the elections in Italy there were sincere fears among the highest officials here (hat win or lose the Communists would turn the country into chaos. The least th.it was eipected in case of a Communist Defeat was a series O f C rip- Plinj general strikes such as were visited upon France last Fall while the foreign ministers were meeting In London. two Siisptcf i Arnsto4 For Theft in Obituaries Mr*. I.**rm V, Huey ^intern] services for Mrs. Leora V. Huey, It. who died at her home in Cooler, Mo., .Thursday, were conducted Saturday In the Methodist Church by the Hev. Marvin Nfolack, Burial was in the Ml. ZUm' Cemetery. Mrs, Huey U survived daughters, Mrs. James Negro Admits Burglary Of Menifee Post Office UTTLK UOCK, Alk., Mfty 11 (UP)— A 50-year-old Menl/ee Negro was held In Vulaskl County Jail today for federal nlhorltles utter pleading guilty to a charge of burglarizing the is 3 post Of/Ice at Mciilfee. Bond was sct at 11.000 by u. S. Commissioner Lee Miles, According to Postal Inspector W R. Sanders, Willis Dirts an ex' convict, admitted takh, K $ B 7 in "irrency from (he ,, os t office while the postmistress was away visiting relatives lust weekend. X-Ray Unit Installed Or Torsten LIndqulst, who has maintnlned chiropractic offices In the Guard Building on West Main " by five Barger, Cooler; Mrs. Milton Undsey and Mrs. Elizabeth Reyna, of Dearborn, Mich., Mrs. John Bumpas and Mrs. Irene Baker, o/ Inkster, Mich., and two sons, Raymond Huey of Donlphan, Mo., and Edward Huey of Melvlndale, Mich., four brothers and 20 grandchildren. Mrs. Huey was a member of the Methodist Church at Cooler, and had lived In that vicinity for la years, having movctl there Irom Dyersburg, Tenn,, where she was born. and ehoice 170-240 Ib*., lop 22.25; 210-270 Ibti 30-22; STO-309 Ibs ID.SQ-K); 3WMW lh» 17-18.50; 1WM50 Ibs 18,25-20,7$; 100-130 Iba 15.26-17.15; sows 450 Ibs down 1»16.50; over 450 )bs 14.76-15.7S. Stagi 10.50-13 .• Cattle 2,300; salable 2,000; calt receipts 2,000. All salable. Steerj, heifer* and cows active and generally around BOo higher-,' with buila 60c up. Top vealcrs |1 higher, Abotit 120 loads of steers offered vjith cow< making up about 30 per cent of tecelpls. Average and top choice medium weight steers 33, with several loads good and choice. st«er« 31.25-32.50; a few medium steers 37- 27i7S; good and choice heifer* and mixed yearlings 28.50-32; some mixed yearlings held higher. Good cows 24-25; common and medium beef cows 19,50-23; cr.miers and cutters largely 15.50-18.EO. . Realtors Meet Tonight The dinner meeting for the Real Estate Board will be held tonight at the Hotel Noble at 6:30. The meeting was erroneously announced for last night In the Courier News yesterday. Livestock ST LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., May 11, (UP)—(USDA) ~—Ijiveslock: Hogs 10,000, all salable, as compared with 11.500 yesterday. Fairly active; barrows and gills, »l to $1.50 higher, mostly 1.25-1.50 highor. Sows $1 to $1.25 higher. Bulk good unle««ud bread, ar,d tb* empty chair to (Ire cmphaala to Uw iym- fcoilim of the pauover Ptast Dr. Cohen KldrttHd oMmbert of TUKSDAY, MAT 11, J» oon«r»«atic* of th* Firrt Church « lh« Naa^ene in Blytbevllle last Sunday and ha* given his portrayal tht Pauover In many citie* throughout the nation. "Those who have witnessed the portrayal have termed it informing and impressive," the Rev. Mr. Christian Jew To Portray Passover kites A portrayal of the Jewish Pa™,- oyer rites to be presented in the First Baptist Church in CBceola at 7:45 p.m. Thursday by Dr. Joseph H. Cohen, a Christian Jew who is a Bible student, world traveler and author, it was- announced today by the Rev. Russell J. Clubb, pastor ol '.he Osceolti church. Dr. Cohen, assisted by 12 men from the congregation In the Os- (,'eola church, will present the pass- over rites as they have been observed by the Jews for more than 3,500 years. The men al the passover table will ha robed in garments of silk r.nd Dr. Cohen will use bitter herbs. ln»nrt installed x - nly milt lt closed today. The unit. Is O f the same model which he used while serving in the Several! Gcncri Ho"! whl e I! N ° rl " Mimms ' E "B"»«1. while he was an x-ray Icclmlctiu In the Army rturlng World Wnr ir. Baruch Geis Award YORtC; May "• (UP)-Ber- Barucli, W | 10 started a s «. it V 0 * R " d bcc '"" e '«™*' financier and philanthropist mM l<Klay by thB Am"lcan . nn <I Colleges Association, for Its annual Horatio Alger award. The ancient ''Neanderthal man" was short and walked In „ st oop- According lo estimates, the hu- 2'™? e /! rl teiUs 72 Umc - 5 » minute; ,' H.OOO times a day; 38,000,000 times yctir. British RejUttr Surprise LONDON, May 11. (OT)_ Rvissia took swift advantage today of what Moscow labelled & United stales proposal to settle by diplomatic discussion nil the differences involved In the mounting colrt war between the East »nd the West. Ridio Moscow reported that US Ambassador Waiter Bedell Smitti Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Mololov last Tu&sday and proposed discnwions to compose nlflerences between their two i countries. Mololov accepted Immediately Moscow said, but no hint, was given when Ihe talks would start or who would participate. " : Russian announcement of Hie ' historic diplomatic exchange of views completely surprised Brllls'i authorities in London nnd drew a (!en«! from lilgli diplomatic authorities In Washington that the US ! had formally proposed two-power talks. IT'S SMART A GOOD MIXER! For Your Convenience We Carry a Complete Line of the I'opular ' " Holland House Cocktail Mix OI/D FASHIONED TOM COLLINS ttKONX SIDE CAR .MARTINI MANTATTAN DAIQUIRI WHISKEY SOUR No hoi her—no moss—no fuss. Simply add whiskey- gin—or rum according to directions o'n the bottle. Don't forget, our glassware service, it's free. We have highball, cocktail, sherry, whiskey soiHyolri fashioned, wine and cordial glasses for your convenience. Fosters Liquor Stores 120 W. Main St. — 106 N. Broadway "BILL" "WELCH" Clubb «aid. Member* ot oon«r«C*- fions in other churche» have been extended an invitation to hear nr, Cohen when h« ipeaki in Oiowite. CAPPS-Full Measure Clofhes! Cool Wool Tropicals Now Only '45 Fine Quality Summerweight Suits Haspel - - - $25.50 Famous K-$27.50 Sewell - - $33.50 Where You Get Better Cleaning In Only 8 Hours HUDSON 4 CLEANER Blytheville, Ark. TAILOR CLOTHIER Steele, Mo. KEYSTONE HYBRIDS n official yi«|d i.,,, in f our flreat Ktyrton. Hybrids hov. out-yielded th. avtrag. of alt olb.r hybrids by 3.4 bushels per acre. Get your "Bonu. bujhelj" of sound, high quality corn-plant Ktystone proven hybrids. Ktyiloni J| -III* «ll-p«rp.ii , firif «ttd BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 856 Pii«».- .,. THE UNIVERSAL JEEP IS TODAY'S GREATEST BUY! 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