The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1948 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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WEDNESDAY, MAY M, 194S Priority for Draft Legislation Asked £*tn. Gurncy to Moki 'Appeal for Quicker Action by Senators By Warren DuH*e (ITniUd Prws Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, May 26 (UP)_ Sen, Chan Gurney, R.. g. D., said yesterday he may appeal to the Senate to give draft. legislation a higher priority if debate on other mils "dra? on and on." Gurney, who Is chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, set no deadline. But he said he would try to get the Seimte to set sstde displaced persons legislation temporarily, arid take up the draft If debate runs beyond a "reasonable" time. The Senate Is already behind its timetable. It must finish work propriations and the long debate on displaced persons before the draft bill reaches the floor. That may not be until next week Gurney said he thought a committee move yesterday to eliminate compulsory service for 18- j-ear-olds from the draft bill re- the "major source 'of op- in the Senate. He would not comment, -however, on the possibility of a prolonged debate on efforts by Southerners to write a provision for "voluntary" racial segregation into the bill. Under the amendment knocking youths of that age still could volunteer for 12 months training and thus not be liatle for draft service later. A total of 161,000 youths of IB- each year could be accepted for the program. The bill also calls lor a 19- tliroiigh-25 two-year draft, much like a measure on which the House Kules Committee resumed hearings yesterday. House debate on the draft Is . tentatively set for next week. Toft, Vandenberg Top Poll to Pick 'Best President' WASHINGTON, May 26.—(UP) — A magazine poll showed today that members of Congress believe Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio or Sen. Ar- th^jh H. Vandenberg of Michigan *oJL' make the best president in the field of seven candidates for HID Republican nomination. Taft was first choice In the poll with Vandenberg a close second. Gov. Thomas K Dewey of New York »as third. Then came in order were House Speaker Joseph W. Martin, Jr.. Gen. Douglas MacArthur, Harold E. Siassen.and Gov. Earl Warren of California. The jwll wai conducted by V. S. News & Report, an Independent weekly news magazine.... published here. It wai limited to 'Republican candidates, but both .Republican Democratic members of Congress were polled. Each member of Congress \v,is asked to label each of seven GOP candidates "very good." "tair" or "poor" in answer to the question: "What kind ot a president would each of these men make2" It Ballot Title Approved LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 26.— <UP)—Popular and ballot titles of a proposed initiated act to amend the Workmen's Compensation Law were approved yesterday by Ally. Gen. Guy E. Williams. The act would be voted upon a> the November general election, would increase maximum injury compensation to $25 a week, increase maximum death benefits la **ifcB, and provide for payment of aiWhey fees in addition to awards to employes. JTHE TOT SHOP; • FOR ALL BABY* NEEDS! ! 110 S. Second 1'hone 2308 S I Closed Wednesday after- ' ! noon i Special Delivery \ BLYTHEVTLLE (AKK.y COURIER Mr. and Mrj. Antonio p. Guerr*ro ot RiegelsviHe, Pa., deliver a newspaper from the old home town (Constitution, Chile to Joseph Aravena, nght, who cam. to the U. S. from that city. The Guerreros had just disembarked in New York wJlh fheir Jeep from (he liner Santa Unsn, alter « 10.000-mile-plus trip. They spent 184 days travels the Pan American highway from VenS I to Colombia, Ecuador, F«u, Bolivia and Chila b«Jor« tailing for New York, Shouldn't Happen to ATLANTA, On., May M. (UP)— Slr»y do«s got sonu b»d news tod»y. The city h«s InsUlled short wave nrilo sets fn th« dog catchers' wwgon. WARNING ORUEM The defendant, James John Stephens, Jr., Is hereby warned (o appear In the Chancery Court for the Chickssawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas within thirty days and answer the complaint of (lie plaintiff, Barbara Jenn Stephens, tiled against him In said court, Case No. 10,«5, and upon his failure so to do, snld complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as clerk of said court, and the seal thereof this lath day of May, IMS. (S) HAKVEY MORRlS.Clerk By Petty Peterson, D, C.- Reid and Roy, attorneys. Oscar Fcndler, attorney ait lilcin. 6JIS-26-612-9 Notice ot lot l.ltiuur Permit Notice Is hereby given mat undersigned ln<s filed with th« Commissioner of Revenues of the Slnte of Arkansas for permit lo «ell Hud dispense vlnouj or iplrituous liquors for beverage at reUII oil the premises dexcrllwd M VHVi W. Main, Blyth«vlll«, Arkanaa*. Application U for permit to b* tasued for operation begiunlnj on the 1st, day of July, IBM. and to Dr. W. F. IREWER DKNTIST OFFICE mV, W. MAIN ST. mom >m »lythwlll«, Ark. Remember Rot brack's for Haphazard Shoppers Lose Money LANCASTERAN, Pa.. May M.— (UP >—Federal government and local officials met at York, Pa..today to decide whether to extend the government experiment to push th«> sale of low-cost plentiful foods. Government agents said thai careful housewives could save is much as 50 per cent of their food bills under the experiment scheduled to end here next Saturday. Describing the test a s a success, they said it probably would be placed on a nationwide scale. A sharp difference of opinion, however, was noted among food re' tnilers and wholesalers in the districts who want the experiment continued another week. Lancaster and York were selected for a food test aimed at taking the price pressure oft meat and other scarce foods. Under the three-week program, grocers labeled with a r«d banner food which were "best- buys" in tiieir stores. . Whether the teat succeeded in bringing down the cost of higher priced foods will not be determinbrt until late next month. A 20-maii government team' will move In'o the area to make a detailed survey of the test iti June. Dr. Day Monroe, cmef of the Consumer Service Section, pointed out that housewives who paid attention to Die banner-buys couM have cut their food bills in half. He said a haphazard shopper would spend $7.30 for a basket of foorl while a careful housewife would spend only S3.80 lor a sinning basket containing the same nutritive value. Me Math to Be Manila's Memorial Day Speaker Sidney McMath, gubernatorial candidate, from Hot Springs will be the principal speaker of the Memorial program planned by the Herman Davis American Legion Post 197 in Manila Sunday. The activities for the day's celebration will get underway at the Herman Davis Memorial Park at 1 p.m. and the tentative plans call for a parade composed of members of the Boy Scouts .American Legion, and a band. Bands from Blytheville and Paragould have been invited to participate in the parade. McKellar Pushes Project To Get Steam Power Unit WASHINGTON. May J6. —(UP) —Sen. Kenneth McKellar, D. Tenn., said today a proposed Tennessee Valley Authority steam power plant at Johnsonville, Tenn., is "absolutely necessary" for national defense. He told a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee that the Oak Ridge atomic energy plant and aluminum plants in the Tennessee Valley need the additional electrical power that would be generated by the plant. Read Courier News Want Ads. A Sure Masterpi Strom's ««•««'» 7 CaWW.. mh.S«iirrii«.DisBl|« re Conwriliot PRESCRIPTIONS - PHONE 4451 Memphis Doctor Moves His Office to Joiner D;. William T. Satterfield. who ' his been connected with the McLemore Clinic in Memphis for the past several yours, has opened tin oftice in Joiner. Although members of his family will maintain their home in Memphis for the present, his practice will he in and around Joiner. Dr. Satterfietd has set up his office in the Jack C. Grossman home ' i Joiner. Joiner had been without doctor for the past six months. KEYS MADE For Anything LOCKS OPENED and REPAIRED For Service Call or Come to Bill Godwin's SPORTING GOODS Glencoe Bldg. Phone 4352 OMBTMOUND to mM ml • •—'- •__ •^ ^^aw *m ew^Hr^n^^m • FW Throughout Am<rlca th*re an miny e«cH. inf placet lo visit on your vacation. And, you c»n jo ky Greyhound direct to any of them... In Suptr Coach comfort... lavlnf All the way. Go the Greyhound "front-do«" way over the finert Mghwiyi, ivenuei ind boule- virdt Go on« wiy-reiucn tnoMiw— iivrf «opov«r when you !ik«. «»» OM Of THfU «M» AMAZIN* AIMIIC* TOIX» ...... 5PAVA &21.3I 4 DtTl J7.7« t »»T» 4«.7* > DATI 4V.2* »PAT» 17.JJ !• 'aund-l(!p Itan*p«<la1t««. NiW OCMANt . . . CNKA*0 WASMWMTON, D. C. «<Mtr MOUNTAIMI AMD KMOXVIUI Tour priret shown sre f _ Phlt. Sllshtlj. atflerent. Irom community. GREVHOUND LINES Thone 4411 GREYHOUND I IO.M) TOUK NAMt ! 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