The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 20, 1948
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THURSDAY. MAY 20, 1948 Sfojsen Opens Campaign Headquarters in Georgia ATLANTA, Ga.. May 20. (UP) — Presidential aspirant Harold Stas- scn's campaign to make Republican Inroads into the traditionally Democratic South opened here yesler- «' with the grandson ol a con- _urate Army Major calling the BLYTHEVILLE (AKK-T COtTRTER HEW! strategy shots. Stacsen's Southern campaign headquarter* will open h«e on historic Peachtree Street with Alex Akerman, Jr., ot Orlando, Pl»., lu charge. The backswlmmer 1* an Insect that, makes aboat of its overturned body, and rows with Its legs. Mention a Hot Dog and You Think of a Bun Famous Doubles 'Mention Dry Cleaning and you think of C & W. Cleaners Like hot clops and buns . . . our name and "good cleaning" are partners. And you're life'll be a picnic, if like modern home makers everywhere, you depend on us regularly for our expert effk-ient workmanship. Make if a habit to send your laundry to C and W for quality satisfaction always. Phone 4343 for Pickup and Delivery Service 300 S. Division Speculators Buy Cottonseed Oil House Investigating Committee Fears Big Oleo Price Increase WASHINGTON, May 20. (UP)— The chairman of a special House investigating committee said today that speculation in the cottonseed oil market may force lip prices of oleomargarine and cooking oils by as inuch u 20 per cent. Chairman August H. Andresen R., Minn., said two big firms- Procter & Gamble Co. and Best Foods, Inc.—cornered the May futures market in cottonseed oil. The Mother Willing to Let Sailor Son Wed Hawaiian Girl if He Will 'Think it Over' CLUMBUS, O.. May 20. IUP> —«. Mrs. Samuel Hictciimn snlcl yesterday that her 18-year-old sailor son could niim-y his Hawaiian sweetheart! If he would come home first for awhile and think it over. She had asked the Navy Tuesday to send her sou. Seiunun Second Clnss Paul Hickman, home from I'cart Harbor where he Is making plans to innrry pretty 21- year-old Betty Nnmlhara, a wall ress In the Army-Navy YMCA In Honolulu. Mrs. Hlckmnn talked with son hi Hawaii by long distance phone late Tuesday night. Betty was near the phone wllh Paul." Mrs. Hlckmnn said, "sue talked lo :ne too. result, he said, was that "the' Price ' lie WRS P lenl >' tnnrl dial I hud i jumped from 24V, cents per pound i " lnde s " c)t R <'»«ipns over his plans! In March to 45 reiiL<i In miri.u..., to marry the girl. He said she wns' Nollce of Flllnr of Application for I.lquur Permit underslKiicd has [lied 1 " will? [lie Commissioner of Revenues or the Slate of Arkansas for permit to sell nml dispense vinous or spirituous liquors lor beverage at ret nil on the premises described as 109 S Division St., m\thcvllle. Arkansas. Application a tor permit to be I nf. U °? , !' 0 " crl " lo » Di-BlnnliiB on [the 1st (lay of July, 1SH8 . un.l to ,!!" M|) ' rc °" tlle 30 *•>' of June. 1049. B. S, Simmon.s By 3). M. Matthews, M«t, Head Courier News \v«i>l Ads. Byrd Joins GOP In Asking Flood Fund Reduction WASHINGTON, M,,y 20-<U1>> -W«nifti(t that tl,e «cos a deficit of 110.000,000.1)00 in 1951 unlfja II mlticr-.s- cxix'iidftcnes Sen. i lurry E. iiy,- ( |. i), V a., yes- lerdny Joined llcpublleniis rusklm; fund' 1 mlucll °" '" rloo <l-control .Tin; eronomy-mliuli'n Sonatora wunt to lop $2UO.OOfl,0(W from Hood roiiliol uml nnvlgntfon Improvc- ineia spending (or the new fiscal year slnrllnu July 1. Hyrd suld Unit present estimates already show iv thrent of a (iericil Hut, in (tail 1950, ho suld, there Is praspectlve deficit of »7,000,000000 to W,000,000,000, and In the following fiscal year 110.000,000.000. Byrd said the best sources In the government, believe expenditure* by *M<ar mi ••• —^—••• 1991 will be it th« r»t« of OOOOW » j,e»r aM tt uw^ril Military Training J, adopted an additional $3.GOO ,000,000 would to tacked on. In March to « cents In mid-May. . A Procter * Gamble spokesman told Andrescn's committee that the firm's purchases were for its own use. "It seems odd," said Aiiciresen, "that they should have gone into the futures market at this time. It Is the first time they have done so since years before the war." Andresen, a leader of (he congressional dairy bloc, said lie believes oleo manufacturers are hold- :ing their prices down, despite Ihe mart loo. Bui I told them Hint their love had to be proved." I Mrs. Hickmnn said that after! lengthy conversation Pnul began to see tt her way nml sale! that he would be willing to wall if the Navy would do something to gel him out of the Islands. "I tolrt him I'd clo something about that." she said. "My son's future Is at slake. I'll B eL help from the Navy. "Paul salt! he wanted to come Ihik.'in" tl""" H U ",I"' aCSpUC " le llomc Bntl lhlllk tllc «»°le thine ]hike In cottonseed oil, so as lo en-I over. 11 old him tb.-U if He'd u-nli «MSf e bm" a Th'St rit °' " le , 0te ° UX ' rd g ' Ve my ix-' 1 ™'^.! to many repeal bill. That measure has been If he still loved the B irl." Will Keep Writinjt The mother said she would "keep writing to officials until I get some action. At least Paul and I are friends now Rliotit, tht s whole mess." Mrs. Hickman said she never was uneasy about her son's love life In the eotlc Hnwlian Islands until she received a letter telling of his meeting wllh Miss Nnmi- approved by the House and is now before the Senate Finance Committee. "I have been informed," he said, "that If the bill Is enacted, the price I of oleo will be Increased to reflect I all costs. This will probably bring the price from the present level of around 40-43 cents io between i 52 and 55 cents per pound." The . Senate Finance Committee ' Tuesday compleled two days ol bear- ' - ings on the bill to re|>cal federal taxes on oleo. Indications were that the In each succeeding letter from her son Mrs. Hlckmnn snid, the com-1 name ot the dark-lmired. tercsls that action on Ihe bill be held up for six months while a subcommittee made further investigation. Membership in Cotton Exchange Costs $75,000 MEMPHIS. Tcnn., May 20. — (UPJ— A membership In the Memphis Cotton Exchange sold for $15,000 yesterday. Earlier this week 1<0Z BULOVA "GIFT OF A LIFETIME" ITJtWEU $24'5 Mf»l!E» BULOVA.. . to marry Miss Namltiara. even if his mother refused licr consent, , the seaman said, he would marry the pretty .waitress anyway when! he is discharged from Ihc Navy in two years: "It almost killed me," Mrs. flick- man said. ' She wnlsted no time, she went, first to the Columbus Citizen and asked for advice. They sent her lo the Porls Columbus Naval Air station. There it was suggested Uiat she write the bay's commanding officer. In Honolulu. Hickmnli said"I'm sorry if I „,„ causing trouble but if they transfer me I'll |u s i come back." Nolicr of Fillnj of AppHc»lI(m for l.i(|iior Permit Notice is hereby given that (he undersigned has- filed with the Commissioner of the state of Arkansas for permit to sell and dis- prase vinous or spirituous liquors I for beverage at retail on Ihc premises described as 420 W. Ash St Armorel. Ark. I Applicalion Is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July, 1948, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1949. C. A. Martin Butord Martin Nolice of School Election Notice is hereby given Hint the County Supervisor of Mississippi County, „„ called an election to Ire held in Armoici school District No. 9 of Mississippi County, on Ihe 19 day of June, 1949, nt wlilch the qualified electors in said School Uislrict shall vole on the question of a loan from the [(evolving Loan Fund, and the levying of a special tax- of 6 mills annually on the assessed valuation ot the taxable property in the district so long n.s is necessary to repay said loan «ud the interest thcron. Such election shall be held at Armorcl Store on the 19 (lay of June, 1918, between the hours of 2:00 o'clock p.m. and 6;30 o'clock p.m. and otherwise in Hie same manner us is provided by law for holding annual school elections. WITNESS my hand this 12 day of May, 1948. 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