The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1948 · Page 7
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m -' MONO AY, MAY 31, B1,YTHEVII,LK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS GOP in Arkansas Split on Choices r Republicans Differ On Selections of Presidential Timber By Bob Brown I lulled Pre«t Staff Correspondent LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 31 (UP)—Indecision on the selection of a presidential nominee Is not confined to the Democratic party And while the Democratic delegates to the national convention try to decide whether to support President Truman, an unofficial poll by United Press reveals that the H-ninn Republican delegation Is split to the winds. The poll found Sen. Robert A, Taft of Ohio as the first choice of five of the delegates ftt present. Three favor Former Gev. Harold E. Slasscn of Minnesota, and two first-place votes were cast for Gev, .Thomas E. Dewey of New York. On« delegate, Philander P. Cobb of Norman, said lie favored either Taft or Slassen, but he declined t^tilace them in one-two order, ^•hrce delegates. National Commit toe wo men Mrs. A. C, Remmel of Little Rock. Hugh H. Hogg of Camden and John A. Hibbler of Little Rock, refused to express a preference at this time. In addition, Dewey received three voles as second choice, Stassen received one second, Sen. Arthur Vandenberg of Michigan received three seconds, and House Speaker Joe Martin received one second. Delegates Uninslrueted Delegates to next month's national convention were chosen at a recent state convention in Little Rock and at district gatherings held before the state meeting. All of the delegates will go to the convention iminstructed officially. One delegate, Cooper Hudspeth of Fort Smith, attributed Taft 1 * showing to his friendship with National Comniittecman Wallace Townsend of Little Rock. Hudspeth predicted that the Ohio senator would receive 11 Arkansas votes on the first ballot in Philadelphia out of the delegation 1 ! loyalty to Towti- Stassen's showing wa,s attributed to the impression he and his representatives have made in several , trips to Arkansas. None of the other ' t initial GOP nominees have been this state in recent years. Among the slate party officials, Townsend already wan on riecord as favoring Taft. State Chairman Osro i Cobb said he ''leans toward" Stassen. and that Speaker Joe Martin would be his second choice "at present," Charles R. Black of Corning—the keynote speaker at the recent state convention-- cn-st his top vote for Taft. W. T. Bradley of Harrison favored Dewey, and Lonro A. Ross of Con way chose Taft. The other delegates requested that their names not be used . Of the hin« alternate* reporting, five voted for Dewey, three Tor Taft and one for Vandenberg. Gen, Douglas MacArthur received no vote* either from delegates or alternates, even though he was born in Little Rock. Peron's Envoy Jcroninio R e m o r i n o, newly- appointed Argentine Ambassador to the United States, will fly to Washington in mid-June to assume his post, Remorino succeeds Dr. Oscur Ivatiissevich, recalled some time ago to assum* a cabinet assignment. State May Revoke Record Total of Drivers' Permits Correspondent in Holy Land Tires of Fish for Every Meal By !.«• TurnM I ilie wjvy you (lilnk » brick would. (United PrrM Staff Cwresuonrii?nt) You offer It to n begins don. The JERUSALEM, M»y 31. lUL'i—' do* sniffs Hiul turns his back. I hope 1 new «« unothpr Jlsli. j K o you decide to Doll It. Thru For breakfast I had two fut snr- yon cover It with a sluice siuice dines, five pieces of brciul with | yon mnltc yourself by Uirov.'iiiK lu :wo kinds of Jam and a quart of | mustard, slitves. and any other lot water from which 1 made five j strong condiments you cnn find, cups of te*. ; It's a meat—it you don't care PAGE SEVHC You load up with liquids In this b«lgned city when you cnn. You don't know where you'll find your next drink. You eat Hie fish ou large chunks of nutzos, unleavened bread left from the Passover. You sop the bread In the oil remaining from the fish, and yon sprrad what bread remains liberally with jam You eat all the sugar you win find because you remember your wife snld once It's a source of quick eneiey. JJefore the day Is over you may need energy. But the fish— Tlie most plentiful type of fish is a salted object about two feet long. It's called bnknln. It's us stiff as a two-by-four. You decide to fry it. bocnnse that takes the leusl time nucl the smallest amount of your precious fuel. When It's hot It .smells. You try to oat, it, and find that It's still hard as a brick, and tastes about of fish, sardines, mackerel, whitefish in iiuislunl oil. tunn, pilchards In catsup. A whole do/.en CRIIS of flsli! Another friend Invited me lo lunch. We hnd fish. Maybe I didn't loofc happy nuoul II, although I ale It. My friend smiled at me, "Never mind," he suld, "Hie ale^e will be lilted soon, and then we'll h»v« thoM food frozen lllltu from I Norway. You'll Ilk* that." > I'm damned if I will. ' much what you say. I'Ryt nl^ht the cortespotuK'nt.s decided to so out to dinner, be- citu.se none of them had anything on hand but Hsli. We dodged (hr- ouKh the streets to tmuthcr hotel, while an occusionl Arab shell burst ] here and there in the area. I We snt down, unit the harried waitress didn't bother to lake our ordfrs. .she just brought the only IhlKR on Ihe menu—fish. Allcr I left the hotel. 1 culled on some [rleud.s. One of them slipped me a curefully wrapped package. 1 couici feel squniu tins In it. I tucked in under my firm, ex- plntnrd lo curious filcnrts llmt It was a pair of shoes 1 hud repaired and carefully locked the door of my room before opening my treasure. Yes—it was fish. A do/.en cans MTTLE ROOK. Ark., May 31.— (UP) -if (he motorists of Arkansas continue on their reckless way for the remaining months of the year, the Revenue Department probably will break all records in revoking drivers' licenses. Frank Clancy, director of the motor vehicle division of the de-' partment. said 384 drivel« licenses have already been cancelled this year. The department revoked 781 licenses last year, slightly below the record high of 791 in 1946. Clnncy explained that a court conviction on a drunken driving or other charge means automatic revocation. "We'd get » lot more ofl the road If the judges and magistrates would send Us the transcripts of their convictions." he said. Tho judges In sorne counties, Clancy pointed out, never furnish his office with the necessary transcripts- The law provides a 30-day revocation for a first offender and a year's revocation for & second ol- fense. Watches orginaily were stmill clocks anil were worn hum: from the girdle, because they were too large for the pocket. i NOW! • i' Greeks Probe Death of CBS Correspondent WASHINGTON, May 31. CUP)—' The State Department disclosed Saturday that Greece h*s advised it that a.ie ts vigorously prosecut- fJL the Inquiry Into the murder of flPbrge Polk, American radio correspondent. Tne department released the text of a note dated May 28 from C*'eek Ambassador Vassiil C. Dendramls, to Secretary of State George C. Marshal, who said in part: "The Investigation of the horrible murder of George Polk cqu- tinues to be vigorously prosecuted, tiy all appropriate Agencies of the Greek state "The Greek ambassador has been asked to assure the Secretary of Slate that the utmost effort is being made by the Greelt government and other Interested agencies tn his tragic case which has shocked Greek public opinion. He has also been Instructed to assure the secretary that justice will be done regardless of what the Investigation may disclose." The Greek government has offered a reword of about $2,500 for Information leading to the slayer of Polk. Polk was shot and his bound body was found in Salonika Bay. U.of A. Plans Ban On Sororities for Freshman Girls FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., May 31 (UP)—From now on, University of Arkansas official* said Saturday, coeds won't have to worry aixuit sororities during their freshman year. The University administration, with the support of the student- staffed Panhellenlc Council, is planning to clamp the lid on rushing for first year girls. . Instead, all freshmen .women will be required to live In university residence halls, unless excused for some valid reason. And the university will take up some of the spare time counseling the girls and supervising their activities. President Lewis W. Jones said the new policy would give both the freshmen girls and the sororities more time to net acquainted and 'create a more whole.some basis for selection at members." |at FOUNTAINS; Everywhere! Factory Trained Mechanics Smith's Most Diversified Electrical Compn-y ELECTRIC COMPANT El Darado Little Rock West Memphis FAGAN Contact Your Nearest Fagnn Service Plant EXTRA! Read Courier News Want Ads. Remember Rothrock's for PRESCRIPTIONS PHONE 4451 «t Fin* Oltnmor* w h i i k i •j or* bUnded wi(h choicest grain neutral spirits but Instead of being bottled !mm«- diarer/, "Thompson" is put back Info barreli to mok« H smooth«r, tastier. Blended WhlsVf wMskclfi In iMi more old- 70<'c j M prftor. Th« itrilK*t product are 4 ?rart or train neutral spirt 1 1. l.ltlli Rock ,Art>nui tOWLSTON SCHOOL OF MUSIC Offers SPECIAL SUMMER CLASSES PIANO • ORGAN • VOICE Mrs. Dallon C. Fowlston, B.A. and M.S.M. Dalton C. Fowlston, M.S.M. 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