The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1948 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 13, 1948
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1048 Defense Pledge Details Sought Senators Art Wary , Of Supporting Bill To Back UN Aid Pacts WASHINGTON, May 13 (UP) Wary Senator* yesterday ask^d for more detail before giving approval to a resolution which would urge the United states to support mutual defense pacts under the Uniud .N 3 [10] IS. The resolution was drafted bv Chairman Arthur H. Vandenberg &,„?• ",, ot the S *" ate ^> r <^'> Relations Committee. It had state Department approval and Vandcn- SnluL': 01 ** for approval b * ^ But committee members qu es . tioned several points of the resolution Apparently the big sticking point was the question of whether the resolution could be construed as a promise of future military aid 10 such countries as recently agreed to a mutual defense pact in Western Europe. Vandenberg Insisted that his proposal would not make U. S. commitments to Europe. "What subsequently Is Involved is subject to agreements later adopted by constitutional processes," rie said. The resolution would not legally bind tiie United States to any action, it would advise the president to follow certain lines. It also proposes putting certain restrictions on the big power veto in the United Nations. :n no event, said Vandenberg is a program similar to war-litre Jend-lea.se envisaged. Members of his committee decided to give more consideration to the resolution, it may be brought up again next Tuesday, Sen. Walter p. George, D., Ga., told a reporter that some committee members wasted more details on how far the U. S. might be committed eventually for support of mutual defense arrangements. George said that some members also were hesitant to approve the resolution Immediately because of concern that it would be ir.lsinter- preted by Russia as a move to slam the door on future U. S.-Soviet consultations over outstanding East-West problems. Centenarian Plus When Mrs. Frances Acosta, of San Francisco, was born back in 1844, James K. Polk had just become President and we were working up to the war with Mexico. Ellas Howe had not yet patented his sewing machine and no one suspected that there was "gold in them thar hills" out West. Mrs. Acosta. who is up and about five hours i day. is shown in her LaGuna Honda Home quarters as she received congratulations on 104th birthday Boy Evangelist Fails to Appear • In Juvenile Court INDIANAPOLIS, May 13. (UP) "Little David" Walker, 13-year-old boy evangelist, failed to keep a date with a juvenile court judge yesterday because he was too busy preaching. y The boy's guardian had been or- ?r r fi1 l ~° .™ eeks a e° to Produce Little David" in court for a custody hearing. His parents, Mr and Mrs. Jack Walker of Chicago are seeking to regain custody of • the boy. They said they lost custody to Attorney James Dawson when they signed legal papers making Law-son "Little David's" guardian. Dawson's attorney, Louis Rosenberg, tow Court Referee Lawrence Hinds that "Little David" was In Canada on a preaching tour He said it was impossible to bring him back today. "Ffe has future contracts to speak," Rosenberg said. "He has an organization Of 10 or 15 persons who have to be considered, r don't think the court wants Little David to lose money." The money, Rosenbreg said amounts to about $1.500 a week •which "Little David" is reported to receive in income from big crowds that flock to tabernacles to hear him preach about his "visit to heaven." • He became an evangelist after he said he had visited heaven for five hours during a trance. t Hinds told Rosenberg his failure to have the boy in court "puts Mr Dawson in a spot," He recessed the' hearing until today and told Dawson and Rosenberg to get together and decide when they could comply with the court's order. State Resources A< To Plan Year's Budget LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 11 (UP) — The Arkansan Resources' and Development commission wfil meet here May 25 to consider its budget for the next biennium Director Hcndrix Lackey announced Scsterday. He said the budget would be Paternity Suit Pleas I Taken Under Advisement PULLMAN, Ah.. May 13. CUP>_ Circuit Judge James Crow yes- (crday took under advisement pleas of &ov. James R Folsom-s attorneys to declare the governor's pa- iernity suits Invalid. • The Judge ordered attorneys for both sides to submit briefs on the hearing within 10 days. Defense attorneys had sought to prove that the suits brought by Mrs. Christine putman Johnston and her two-year-old boy had insufficient evidence to warrant a de- Iclaratory judgment in Cullman county circuit court. The hearing was on demurrers submitted by the governor's attor- | neys. They were on companion suits seeking to name Folsom the common-law husband of Mrs. Johnston and the father of her two-year-old boy, James Douglas. ready for consideration by the State Legislative Council when it meets I May 28. BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS THE TOT SHOP FOR ALL BABY NEEDS 110 S. Second Phone 230P Closed Wednesday afternoon fffffOPO/fJT If PHONOGRAPH NEEDLE . precision Nlo.de Economy Priced Adams Appliance Company '06-08 W. Main Pho. 2071 SUNNY MORNING FLAVOR makes your favorite drink taste, better! SCHENLEY RESERVE RARE PRE-WAR QUALITY Special Value Days EVERY ITEM REDUCED FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TINY AIRLINE- TONI SENSATION CANVAS TOP CAW STOOL 88c Heavy; khaki canvas seat. Sturdy hardwood frame. Reinforced legs. Buy now! RIVERSIDE "MATE" IIKI TIRI $1.66 Balloonsize! 26x2.125 inches. Tough, cord plies . . . heavy nonskid tread. Save now! GUARDIX AUTO POLISH 33c Cleans and polishes in one operation! Leaves a lasting, gleaming finish! Buy jours now! [COLORFUL HEXAGON SHINGLES $4.88 Re-roof your horn* with hexagon shingles for real roof-beauty! (*Covers 100 sq. ft.) GLOSSY LOW-COST TILEBOARD1 $4.99 Colorful, easy to clean and install! Several shades, tile or streamlined panel design. J ECLIPSE" WIRE LAWN RAM 88c Helps you to keep a neat, trim lawn! 26 flexible steel teeth. Has 48-inch handle. «' FLEX-RIGID STEEL RULE 57c Automatic-recoil type,graduatedin 8ths and 16tlis full-length; 32ds for first 6*. CHROME-PLATED EGG BIATER 77c chrome-plaled at handle. PAD AND COVER SET $1.97 Reversible cotton pad; heavy drill cover with elastic band for t •moolh fill TIN COATED UTILITY PAIL 33c Sturdy, hot-dipped galvanized'.Mao'cexlra heavy for rough general u»e. See ill y<* powerful! 4 Altractiy. ivory pla»tie «*«! SMART GO-WITH-ALL COTTON SHIRTS $1.37 Crisp white shirts you i| KMr Jh(> year Vomid! Sizes from 32 to 40. WHITE RAYON SUPS *. fl _ FROTHED WITH LACE ? ' •'/ Figure-flattering styles, in the new, longer lengths. In sizes from 32 to 44. OUR FINEST »O-$Q. PINNACLE PRINTS Smooth colton percale in a grand u- lortmeht of new spring prints. 36 in. $1.97 GIRLS' SHIRRED RAYON DIRNDL In 3 brilliant flower print. Elastic waistband insures snug fit. Sizes 7 to 14; 3-HtCl PORCELAIN *,._CHROME DINETTE $64.88 S«ni. aryw hi le p orccWn|ah]e chairs covered in mificW CANNON SOLW COLOR MSTEL TOWEL Cotton terry towel with white bon trim. Blue, green, gold, pink. 18x36 in. CHILDREN'S STURDY RIB CUFF ANKLETS Fine combed cotton. Hand transferred cuff. Choice of bright colors. 6Ji8M. STANDARD MODEL M-WELECTRICRANGI With extra features that make cooking faster and easier! See it NOWI CRISP NEW MINTED PLSSSl SEERSUCKER 67C: Nealandlrimlooking—requinsnoiroii.' u>S. Stripes, checks, florals. 36 inciei. CHILD'S GAY RED PLAYTIME SANDAL Little girls will be delighted will, the jolly color. Leather sole*. 12M to 3. BEAU DURA BRIEFS OF SPUN-LO RAYON Sleek fitting! With a double crotch.:, «nug clastic band. Tcarose. S-M-L BOYS' "Tf SHIRTS FOR SCHOOL OR HAY Flat knit cotton—the kind that takes rugged wear. White only. S-M-L sizes". COVERT WORK PANTS 11 99 FOR TOUGH JOBS * *°* Plenty rugged! Sanforized fabric won't shrink over 1%. Grey. 30-44, $1.39 MEN'S SANFORIZED* COVERT WORK SHIRT Heavyweight cotton, sturdy and long wearing. • Mar. shrinkage \%. 14H-17. , MEN'S GOOD QUALITY * . . . BLACK WORK SHOE f4.44 Double-tanned leather treated to resist. loil acids. Rubber>oies Sizes 6 t» 12. •

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free