The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1948 · Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 194* BLYTHEVTLLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PACK Dewey Eye ,Stassen 'Bama Votes Campaign Workers I^Start Preparations For State Convention By Roland Dopson Unit** Pre*» SUff Correspondent BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May 19 _ (UP)—Dewey and Stassen campaign workers moved Into Alaban 1 today to make a stron- bid for the state's U delegates to the Nation&l Republican Convention In Philadelphia next month. Herbert Brownell, a former GOP National Chairman and now pre- conventlon campaign manager !or Gov. Thomas Dewey, and threi colleagues of former Gov. Harolc Stassen of Minnesota were on hand on the eve ot the Slate Repnbllcai Convention here. Dan. S. Peldt, who started out In politics with Stassen at the Uni versity of Minnesota, arrived days ago to win delegates for hi friend—Roy Dunn, Republican Na tional Committeeman from Minne sola, and Lester A Malkerson Sen. Joe Balls' office. Joined Veld here today. Friends of srn. Robert A. Ta of ftiilo said they believed lie woul sei'^a representative to the Ala batna convention. Wallace Joins Chrysler Pickets gli'toi), M.irviu E. Singleton, Jr., | John H. Singleton, Edwmil Q. »m- n, Susie Stiiftltton Porter, Jim* leUm Spoil 1 , Kliwbelh R. Sin- glclun. Perry M. BiilRlelon, U>ty K. Singleton aiut St. I/nits Union Trust Cotnnnuy. H-S Trn.stce under Will of Marvin E. slnuK'lon, IJecviusctl slnll appear by tiling- motion or miswer to the ciTOS-coinuliitnl o( Kilgnr A, Stncy und Ada Diimivani st»cy tnrt to the ci'oss-romplnlnt of Judllh Ellziibelh Wallliall. Margaret SUoy J\>x and AiiRasta Stacy Marshall vy llit> l.st day of Juno. 1948 ill llic court-loom thereof In the city of Joiiosboro. Criilghead County, Arkansas 11 is run her ordered that ceill- rieci copies of Hits order and cros-s- complatnaiH'* pleading be served upon Miul tress-defendants by delivering copii's by rt'uLslered inu.l, adtirc.'i.ved lo said cross-defendants, c'u St. Louis Union Trust Company, St. Ixml.s, Missouri airl that .service tinther be had by pub licutioii of ilii.s order once a week for four weeks in souio newspapei published 11 in! having a bo mi fide circulation In Mississippi County Arkiui.sas. THOMAS C, TRIMBLE, JR District Jurtfie Joe C. Barrett, IlnmiUon B Lit tie und MITCIUS Kvrard, ivtlorney. for cro-ss-coinplalnant-s. Delegates Uninstrucle.cl A majority of all of Alabama's 14 delegates \vl|l go to the na- tiomd convention uninstructcd. The old-lint 1 Republicans, including State Executive Committee Chairman Claude Vardamp.n of Birmingham, believe that Dewey will getat least nine of the delegates' votes and Taft the other five, "Alabama went almost solidly for Dewey in 1940 and 1944," Varda- nian explained. Lonnie Noojin o( Gadsden, National Republican Committeeman , from Alabama, favors Taft—primarily he said because of the Senator's stand against the FEPC legislation. Each or Alabama's name Congressional districts Is. allotted one delegate except the seventh. The seventh, which includes the Republican county of Winston, is permitted two because of "its strong Republican vote in the last general election." Four delegates go to the convention instructed is determined by the districts have named their delegates, all uninstructed. Henry A. Wallace, third party presidential candidate, made a barnstorming tour of Chrysler picket lines In Detroit, Idling strikers: "I'm glad you are doing something to net the profits of the automobile industry [which rightfully belong to you." Over seventy thousand auto workers are striking for higher wnecs. (NBA Telephoto.) U. of A. Summer School To Begin Session June 7 FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., May 19. (UP)—The University of Arkansas will open its summer session June 7 v.'ith approximately 275 courses available in all divisions. More than a score of visiting instructors will supplement the regular faculty. Registration will begin at noon Monday, June 7, and close Tuesday. Classes will start the next day and continue through July 17. The &ecu:id term will open July IS ami end Aug. 27. Special emphasis will be placed upon graduate work, particularly in the College of Education. New courses in library science have been added to both Summer term schedules. Edward G. Singleton; Susie Sin- filing an appearance motion or gk'ton l j urter; June Singleton I nnsv.er herein by u day certain '.0 Speir; Elizabeth R. Singleton; Perry M. Singleton; Mary E. Si'.i- gleton; and St. Louis Uliion Trust Company, as Trustee under Wi;i of Marvin E. Singleton. Deceased. Cross-Defendants OKMKR Oil this April 19, 1048 came ou to be heard the motion of defendants and cross-complainants for issuance of, warning order in this cause warning the cro.ss-defendanis Mary P. Singleton, Marvin E. Singleton, Jr., John H. Singleton, Edward G. Singleton, Susie Singleton Porter, June Singleton Spcir, Elizabeth R^-Singleton, Perry M. Sin- eton, Mary E. Singleton and St. Union Tru.st Company, :?s rustee under Will of Marvin B. ingleton, Deceased, to appear by Committee Promises Full Hearing on Draft Bill WASHINGTON, May 19. <UP) — Members of tne House Rules Committee indicated today they would take their time with "full and fair" hearings on the bill to draft men in the 19 through 25 age group. The committee began hearings on the measure with members insisting they would not be rushed. Their attitude indicated the biir may not reach the House floor by next we as originally planned. : The draft bill, already approved by the Hou.se Armed Servi-es Committee, must, clear the Rules Committee to get a. spot, on the House calendar. iraiys Kresiaenr Branift Asks New Routes LITTLE ROOK, Ark.. May 18. (UP)—Branill International Airways announced yesterday it had applied for new route extensions to the Pacific Coast that would link Memphis, Little Hock, Fort Smith and Oklahoma points directly with Los Angeles and San Francisco. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS. JOXF.SBOHO DIVISION ZOE DODSON STACY FAUST, PlantU vs. Civil Action No. J-530 Edgar A. Stacy, Ada Dunavau Stacy, Judith Elizabeth Walthall Margaret Stacy Fox and Augusta Stacy Marshall. Defendants and Mary P. Singleton; Marvin E. Sin gleton, Jr.; John H. Singleton Luigj Bmaudi. 74-year-olo vice premier, has been elected the first president of the new Italian Republic Einaudi. a financial expert, has long Been an opponent of communism, although one of his sons u a Communist Another son is a Cornell University professor. THE TOT SHOP t* >e designated by the court. It ap- r-.eavmg to tlic ewrt that Uiis suit s conunenced by (lie plaintiff, who us a resident and cilzon of the Stale of Florida, to enforce tin equitable clai,n to land -situated in Ntis.si.ssin- pl County. Arkansas, being in the Eastern District of said Slate, find U appcarng further that the defendants herein have filed crass complaint against cross-defendants, all ol whom nre non-residents .if the State of Arkansas and ore not pre.sent within the Jurisdiction ol (his court, nnd have not vohmar- ily appeare-I in this cause: ; And the Court being of the opinion that the motion ot the defendants and cross-complaints should be granted. It is ordered that Mary P. Sln- Dr. W. F. BREWER DKNTIST OFFICE 209'-j W. MAIN ST. VHONR 2112 Jllyihevllle, Ark. Thwi «r« ur lyilcm. knov> moon* TNI MST TOT PM WHISKY.. Foursome /wb tgtiss ...and K PROOF 601 GRAIK NCtUKALSPIHIlS E the PRICE! Dislributed by STUDEBAKER Originated the "New Look" in Motor Cart! • First In Style! • First In Vision! • First by far with a Post War Cor! Guaranteed Used Can and Trucks Sec Chamblin Safes Co. for Complete Service/ CHAMBLIN SALES CO. "Your Friendly Studebaker Dealer" R.R. & Ash Sts. 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