The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1948 · Page 1
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f A«« TITO Dewey, Slassw Clash in Oregon Preferential Primary Climax** Bitter Fiaht Ft* GOP Nomination AT M*C«r Johnton WmHtiJfn* SUIl ComtpMultnt) PORTLAND. Ore., May zi. (UP) —Orttori Republican* chow today bitwMn OOY. Thomaa X. Dtwey of H««r York »nd Harold E. Stas- Mn of MinntsoU as their choice for the party's presidential nomination. . SUssen and Dewey were the only candidates In the Oregon preferential primary. Tfcejr fought the bitterest cam- pafen In Oreton'i history lor the •taU'i 11 convention delegates who also were being named In today's balloting. Four cielegntes ore elected from the stnle »t large »nd two from each of the slate's four confreuional district*. Delegates are bound by law to vote at the convention for the candidate shown to be the choice of party members by the preferential primary. Hearj Vote Seen With warm and partly cloudy weither forecast, Assistant Secretary of State David O'Harn predicted 10 per cent of the 322,490 OOP votes «nd 65 per cent ot the registered Democrats will cast ballot*. Professional political guessers and bettors forecast an even race with Dewey taking an edge In Mult- noraah County (Portland) and Sta««en running ahead In the rural areas. Odds were 6-5 on either. Boy Comforts Wounded Horse r BLYTHBVnXE '(ARKJ COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAT 6 Miners Die In Virginia Coal Mine Cave-in DANTE, Va., May Jl. (UP)—Btx miner* were cnuihed lo death In a cave-ln at the No. J mine of the Cllnchfield Coal Corporation hem lut, night, Mine Dispatcher J. M. /Smith uld today. Smith iatd that five other miner*, Including- the foreman of the crew, escaped with only "scratches" In the cave-in. Th» dispatcher aald that a "bump," or vibration In the mine, caused an estimated SO tons of coal to come crashing down on the six men. The United Mine Worker* Pr«M Bureau In Washington aald Smith's report Indicated the accident was caused by the collapse of supporting timber In a section of the pit. The orajih occurred about t:50 last night In a (.ectlon of the mine about three miles baclt from tlw entrance. It took a rescue party of nbotit 40 men unlll 1:15 a.m. today to di|[ out the crushed bodies. Smith Identified the dead men as Arnold Vicker». Hrold Barkej, Oakley Crcger, a mun whose last nume was Hasiilck, Troy Phillips, «ntl Duds Artrip. Now Editor of Oak Kidgt Daily NIWI popor Namtd OAK RIDGE, Tenn., May ji. _ <VP)— G. 6. (Ouj Roblnaon, Jr, has resigned a* chief of public information for the Atomic Energy Commission here to become editor I of the new oak Ridge Times, it was I announced yesterday. The ahakeup was disclosed by George p. Chandler, publisher at Ihe new Oak Ridge dally which mtcma. wuua «erc O-D on eUHCr. f " Stassen. concluded his long cam- -there s nothing most buys would like more than a tiorse And .pai«n r jth an old fashioned tor- ' h «re's nothing worse than to have something happen to that horse chltght parade through downtown "• c - Blown . a 13-year-old Houston, Tex., lad, got a horse—a fine Portland lut night. thoroughbred mare he called Goldy. Then Goldy wandered Into a Portland lut night. Dewey and Stassen both made final radio addresses In Portland to outline their foreign and domestic policies and stress their views on development of Western resources. The Oregon primary was the last, eontwted O.O.P. presidential pre ference election before the con vtntlon D ..^. uv ...~».. H1 . Vnl ,i.t4 \j«jju,j. niuji ouiay wanuereu into a neighbor's garden, and the neighbor shot Goldy la the neck and head. This a the picture ol a boy, hj» «rief and his wounded horse. After Three Years of Searching, Man Locates Body of Son Killed in War Good Day for Dogs, Bad tor Dogcatchtrt NEW ORLEANS. May. 21.—(UP) —This was a bad day for the dog catchers. Somebody—police believe It was a sore employe — slipped into the pnund and opened a kennel. Five or six dogs went ylpplnj over the fence. While police were trylnj- to find out who did It, a dogr. catcher's truck was wrecked on St. Charles Street. live or jlx more doga—his whole morning work —took off i down the nearest alley. The wise little animals of the woods take their sunbaths regu- mlts. _ Spa'* City Attorney To &• GiVftn Hcartngi —Ever since his fighter pilot son was 'shot clown in Europe In 1944 and given up for dead. Ellis S. Mld- dleon hnd hut one aim In life—to locate his boy's body. Me never gave up hope and yes- night's achool board meeting. Rowland was suspended from the , r " ' In a lonely grave in a German forest, "It's a great relief." said Middleton, a Stamford attorney. "But I'd 3. Army personnel examined the grave, which contained the unmistakable remains at nn American soldier. Through tooth 'chart*, the body WM positively Identified as that of Captain Mlddleton. The Army notified Mlddleton that his son's body was being transferred to a II. s. military cemetery »t Neuvllle-cn-Condroz, Bel- glum. •ROACHER / ROACHEjr* bimitF lMi-<t modem rlnn nun'ti i, i Kllltf 't- J *i u " • 'ifif ___-- to advls* newly-elected tnemMra. The judge said he "was told" that Rowland participated In the husl- n«»a Maalon by leconding n motion WARNING OKDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- ,t«atrlct, Mississippi County, UCKM ttattery, fl[. vs - No. 10,«« ^ank J. Slftttery, rj«ft. -Hie defendant, Prank J. Slattery J» hereby warned to appear within •B days m the court namcti in the c«PtJon hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Merese Slat- wry. Dated thii daj- of Mny, 1M8 HARVBV MORRIS. Cleric By Rota Sallba D C O. F. Cooper, atty. for Ptf. W B. Cook, atty. ad Mem. SJ21|28-«,4]11 Courier News Want Adj. the War Department's me.wage that his ion WM "mUslng in action " Mldclleton hRrt 30,000 circulars printed. On them were his aon's picture. As scxjn a< the niallj were reopened In IMS he sent the circulars to tlie mayors of towns In Belgium and the Netherlands Hr asked them lo post them where they would be seen by us m»ny people as possible. Then he walled. Soon letters cnme to Mm from hundreds of Euro- penns offering their help. A Dutch railway executive sent tor 5000 of the circulars to post In streetcar*. One ot the circulars came into the hands of Karl Rlemcr, a G.-r- mnn forester. He went to American officials and told them that In September, 1B44. lie hml seen an 4nierlcan plane crash In the Reichs- wnltl Forest in Western Germany. Riemer salct the pilot of Ihc plane was burled by paratroopers who put a rude birch cross over the grave. After henring Klemer's atory, U. 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