The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1948 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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Governors Deny Advocating Bolt Lan«y and Wright Claim Interests Li« In Preserving Party MTTLB ROCK. Ark., May 20 — (UP)—Two prominent leaders of Southern opposition to President Truman .nd liis civil rights pro- pos«ls were on record today with denials Iliat they advocate a bolt from the Democratic Party. Speaking at the annual convention of Ihe Democratic Women's Clubs here l«.t nijjht, Gov. Fielding Wright of Mitttulppi and Gov. Ben Ltney ot Ark«n«s declared »i»t their Interest w»s In preserving i Democratic party true to the principles of democracy. WrlRht, however, reiterated his opposition to Mr. Trumnn's nomination at the national convention. "II my people honor me by sending me to Hie Philadelphia convention I shall vote against Mr Truman," he declared. Laney I s a delegate to [he convention and earlier had voiced his opposition to the president. Commenting directly upon an ! anil-bolt resolution, Lanry contra- ( tulated the women for their efforts I to save the Democratic Parly. 1 "However," he added. "It can't bei done with weak measures and soft words or by those \vlio are political cowards. It can only be tfonc by those who dare to piny their cards i as they fall and who arc willing to expose the inskllus motives behind present proposals." I jfl (AKK.) COUKUtK 'Parasite' Fighter Is Tested Obituaries This plane has no landing gear, bccniise it will maK-e nil l(s t.ikc- olls and landings in flight. It's the Mi-Donncll Xi'-Bfi, a "parasile" fiKhter dcsiBiicd lo tit in Ihe bomb bay of a Consolidated Vullce B-S«. Tlie iri-fool-loni; plane is now undergoing yronnfl and wind tunnel tests on a special dolly. The wines fold, and the (ail is especially designed for its unique joh. William D. Harris, Dell Farmer, Dies; Was 111 for Months William David Harris, 5(1, of Dell 'lletl .-it, (lie walls Hospital this morning after n long illness. FLinpr.il arrangements are Incomplete hut It Is believed tlmt they will he conducted at 2'30 Friday afternoon by the Rev. Richard Shaw, of Dell. Burial will be In tlie Dogwood HIcjRe Cemetery Mr. Harris, who had been a tarinr-r around Dell until recently was born In winona, Miss. November 1, 1889. He Is survived bv his wife, two (iauRhtcrs, Mrs. Q ri Turnbow of Blythevlll« and Mrs Lloyd Koontz of Burdette; and five sons, w W. Harris of s t. UN Diplomats Give Up Hope Of Ending War Y LAKE SUCCESS -<UP>_ unit*, M Rave up all hop* today of a ny forceful United Nation,, action to halt the war in Palestine or turn back the Arab invasion The strongest action in prospect was a fresh appeal by the UN SeT . . ou. Council m, Mo, Alv s and Ernest Harris of day's debate nivtllCVI [> sinrl R«i»n»l „„,! r^ ---- ,., ' ' ucume, The. all-metal slide rule Is } claimed to be superior to tho con- v.-nttoiml rules made of wood he- cause It dues not swell with muls- In . , lure and does not want. It Is m-c-' /M JPlf CC*/frie dslot.-made mul is unnffMlo.ll.yi" 1 **l*.iif UlIS j constant cleanimr. 1949 Model Fords In Oklahoma City Russell Phillips, manager of the Phillips Motor Company, Bl.vthcville Ford dealer, and Leonard bldham, assistant manager, will go to Oklahoma City for the formal showing Monday In the Oklahoma City Auditorium of the Ford Motor Company's 1949 models, It was announced here torjay. The Oklahoma City showing of the new models wns*arranged for dealers In the central portion of Ihei United Stales as a preview lo placing the new cars on display In Ihe dealers' showrooms. Mr. Phillips and Mr. Olclliutn will | board n special train In Memphis | Sunday nflcrnnoit which will take dealers Jn J|H> six srar.es of the Memphis Ford district lo Oklahoma City. De-tilers fI-OIH tho Ijttln Hock urea tuuj from Western Arkansas will board the train in Little linck which will be the only slop between' Memphis and Oklahoma Citv The dealers will return to their 'homes Tuesday. War of Neryes SCARBOROUGH. England May 20. tUPJ—Brlilsli foreign Swrctary Ernest Hevin snirl today Dial the greatest thinner of another «'orl-l war lies in RUMJH'S present war of nerve.s, He stated flatly however that h,> was against "any step to curry on aggressive war against Soviet Itua- sta or any other country " Making a broad review of British foreign policy before the 47th amurnl Labor Parly conference, Hevin also s:\id: 1. Britain wns facing the necessity of asking the United States for another loan when secretary of ... ^irtlTIS tli ille and Samuel and Donald Harris <>f the home. The Cohij Kuneral Home Is In mxe or the funeral arra'nee- inenl.i. " • • • BlytheyilleWoman's Sister Dies in Jackson, Tenn. Mrs. Mary Hartmus, shter of Mrs. W. II. Williams, 713 We s t Main Street, died loday at her home In .rackson. Tcim., Just one week after hi-r husband, Thomas Hart mm Mrs. Ffnrtiiuis. who had visited In Hlytheville several years a»o had been a victim of paralysis for the lasMI years. Slic died at the age Funeral servlce.1 will he conducted at Brown's Church, a lew miles out from .lackson, tomorrow and burinl will be in the Brown's Church Cemetery. If Arabs or jews or both defy It responsible officials agreed, the .security council l s now so bad » spilt on the Palestine Issue it will b eunablt to order any forceful measure., for halting the bloodshed. * »P llfc . between the United States »nd Qreat Britain waj at the heart of the trouble tx the Council met today for another British delegate sir Alexander Cadogan — later supported by China and Belgium—refused flatly to back the United States' plan for ordering an immediate cease-fire in Palestine and branding the war there a breach of world peace—a step which would open the door to economic sanctions or Ihe threat "f force if the cease-fire was de- lied. Livestock mostly steady to 25c lower; few early ,S ££" er ' Bulk good a »d choice "0-2« ibs 22.75-2325- too n-M Mostly /or choice 180-2is Ibs litter whfn SI* 11 " 1 B " 1Ce March M W when 24 was paid. S«-2?a Ibs 21 2>i 23; 270-300 Ibs 19.75-21.50 300-450 » - 130-150 Jb» 20-22rfcw THUKSOAV, MAY80, 1948 ) 5otaM9 23.25; 100-120 Jli 17 ,„ ?- a; tCW i ' SlC: ';' y - A fcw loa(ts all<i odd lot « cows «o Til's down ?,£*!i BOOd |B«<l slcers around 30.50-32. Cow, few 1825' over «n "' K ' lit - very slow, few sales .toady at Wednes- Sla S s !2-H ew 4 an'" "•»-"•«. ^^iv Unie. but undertone weak. Cattle 2 000 , r,i ,n' i inn , ° dd llead 80od eows " round 2 *' 5 °MOO All «Hb!p M C ' °° : cnlvcs '«: common and medium beef cowt 1.1UO. All salable. Meager supply of 21-24; canners and cutters 16.20. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- YAHDS, III., May 20. (UPJ—(USDA) —Livestock: Ho as 7.200; salable 7,000 compared with 8,000 yesterday. Barrows and gills, 25-SOc higher than Wednesday's average. Sows, uneven, Slate George c. Marshall came to his rescue with the European Recovery Program. 2. Britain Is not prepared to ait itily by and s ee the Communists sera power in Western Europe. 3. Western European Union defense talks are not directed, against, anyone in particular but are designed lo give the government tho means ot life or denth for their people in event of attack and enable them to negotiate with others in Hie proper manner. 'Men's nothing la Wonderland as wonderful!" THi FINEST REFRIGERATOR EVER BUILT THE AMAZING NEW 1948 /tA***** REFRIGERATOR \ \, \ Witk All These Wonderful Features: HUG£ FREEZER LOCKER lll HK<-'r than ever will, huge '-•k-:ir sp,lt= for frozen food.; •uul scpuraie (reiving shelf- for ice traj-j. • ALANCED HUMIDITY Mukes jHissihle a completely ' "moisc cold" refrigerator suite,! i,, evt-ry lc *ion ami CONSERVADOR- '''"'Ico'sciclusivCNhclf-linc,} inni-r door tli.u .lo,,!,]^ die fn>n. shelf space. Now i,, lriiii>|>.ircnt plastic. 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