The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1948 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, JUNE X, 1948 BMTHKVIU.E (ARK.) COUKIKR NKWS Gov. Laney Raps Administration Washington Leaden Hit for 'Conniving Behind the Scenes' LITTLE HOCK. Ark., June S. (UP)—Gov. Ben Laney re-aimed hu guns at Washington and touched off another broadside yesterday. He charged national administration leaders with "conniving behind the scenes" in 8n effort to break down the Southern revolt against. President Truman's civil right* proposals. Laney laid a "federal employe" hart been sent into Arkansas re- H cently (o talk with, what he termed "party firsters." • This individual, whom the governor otherwise aid nnl identify, inspired rumors. Laney said, that an effort would be made to purge him and anti-Truman delegates from the Arkansas delegation to the Democratic National Convention. Following the conference*. Laney •aid. "emissaries" were sent to Washington to talk with administration leaders. (The governor did not name former Gov. Carl E. Bailey, who talked lait week with Democratic Nn- limial Chairman Howard McGraih and President Truman, but his reference was obvious. iBailey at that time said that during his ialk with the president, no mention was made of the Arkansas governor.) Laney said the Arkansas reyre- •enlatives went to Washington "with the Intention of getting "us unseated at the national convention." "These art the same folks who "would put an independent,' candidate into the race against Sen. John McClellan," Laney said. ^ "The party leadership has enough gumption to refuse to RO along with inch a purge move," he added. Girl With Circus Confesses Killing Her Sweetheart PITTSBUKG, June 3. (UPI- A 21-year-old sideshow performer confessed to Pittsburg police today that she shot to death her roustabout lover on a lonely Kentucky road, but Kentucky authorities said they had no knowledge of the mur-1 Atom Workers Vote to Reject Company Offer PACT der. Eytyl Wooding. Mass., walked Into a and calmly told how she grabbed gun from Gilbert Taylor, 24. also of Wlnlhrop and shot him three Ames during a quarrel. The girl said the shooting oc- inred on a lonely road about two miles from Mlddlesboro, Ky., on (he night of May 25. Hu the sheriffs office at Pinevllle and Cor- OAK RIDGE, Tenn., June 3.— (UI J »—Atomic energy workers at the Oak nidge National Laboratories moved one step closer 1 ,to a strike today, voting, m to 2« to turn down management's "final" of Wlnfhrop.l »"!:« Increase offer, police station | Members of the AFL's Atomic Tradcs and Labor Council refused to accept a 10-cent hourly wage increase and set a meeting for Sunday to decide whether to strike. The National Labor Relations Board supervised the two-day poll which ended yesterday on the "final" wage offer made by Carbide and Carbon Chemical Corp., which Miami Fired tor Supporting Candidate Wno Lost MIAMI. Fla., June I. (UP)—The •liainl City Commission voted yes- erdav to discharge City Manager Richard Danner because he had iiade a fcpeech supporting a lofiing' ctndtctate for sheriff In D«de Coun- recent election. The vole »iu three to two. Palmer wsut defeated by Incum- Milt Sheriff Jim Sullivan in a hotly contested race In which Dade County gambling wa* the chief Ls- su*. Dautier, who U a former FBI agent, was asked by Commissioner oner Hobart Cawood had no know- operated the laboratory for the ledge of the slaying. Cawood said search for Taylor's body would be made. The girl said she and Taylor, a childhood sweetheart Joined' the Cetlan <fe Wilson Circus after they staged a hold-up at Wlnthrop. Clad In dungarees and wearing circus makeup, the girl appeared at North Side Police station this morning and said she' was surrendering because "my conscience s bothering me." She said that Taylor was a roustabout with the circus and ielp«d her with her act. She was billed as "Inez Noble, the electrical wonder." During the act. she said. 220 volts of electricity passed through her. With little emotion, Hie sideshow performer told a sordid story of how she and Taylor Joined the carnival after robbing a department store at Winthrop. She was th« gunman, the girl said, and ' Taylor acted as lookout. They • fled with $125. I The shooting resulted from a 1 quarrel over whether to return to' Winthrop, she said. j government. The result of the NLRB-votc on the Id-cent offer had been vlrluallj a foregone conclusion. Last week the union at a inass meeting votec to withdraw I Li compromise offer to accept a Ib-cent hourly raise and decide to' hold out for 26 cents Their original demand wa< a 21 cent hourly hllce. The union voted to strike li March over the .wage dispute, bul the em-eminent halted the walkout with an 80-day no-strike in Junction—the first obtained under the emergency provision of the Tafl-Hartley. Act. The Injunction expires next Monday, June 7. After lhat, the Union would be free to set another strike LesJie CJulgit if lip thought he had the I'lftUt to make d speech lor l political i-nndiiliitc. "Legally yes." Dmmer replied. "Morally no," QuIgR snapptd back. Danner charged Hint Hie fuel that he endorsed Perrlne Palmer was "a very Illmsy excuse" for filing him and said there were other reasons (or his dismissal. Wood alcohol only 1'i de»tli» pared with 3SO poisoning causeil hv U3J, »s com- deaths In 1930. Dr. W. f. BREWER OKN'HST OFJ'ICK 209'i W. MAIN ST. PHONE 2112 mylheville, Ark. date. Even if the union voles: lo strike, however, it was believed that (he Atomic Energy Commission could move In to prevent a tleup in the vital atomic energy program, on tht grounds that a strike would be' against the national'interest. NOW! at FOUNTAINS Kvory where 1 • Wavering Between!*^ 1 ' War and Peace Air Force Plans Radar Area WASHINGTON, Jmie 3. — (UP) —Rep. Curl Vlnson, D., Ga , said I yesterday that the Air Force Is planning to spend $164,000.000 on a radar screen for protection of the United States and Alaska. The purpose of the radftr installations would be to detect hostile aircraft before they reach important U. S . areas. Decried by Pope VATICAN CITY, June 3. (UP) — Pope Pius XII appealed to the world yesterday to overcome the pastwnr "wavering between peace and war" and welcomed the possibility of a truce in Palestine a» "the dawn of hope." In a 25-minule speech to the Eacrtd College of Cardinals on his name day t.he traditional date for one of his two most important annual addresses, the 72-year-old he said, pontiff made two main points. I Authority for construction ot the .,. He warned Catholics against I radar screen would be granted in a I "movements which effectively attempt to unchristianize all public Vinson, ranking Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee, said present plans call for coin'Ho- j tion o; the radar network In five years. About $4,000.000 of the funds I would be used for land purchases, | Attention!! Cotton Graham Service Station Ark-Mo State Line Is Now Open for Business Cities Service Products Gasoline — Oil — Greases We Invite You to Trade with Us Garrett L. Abbott & H. E. (Cotton) Graham Jr. Galewood Grocery State Line Phone 975 GAS GAS Reg., Gal. Ethyl, Gal. 20k 22k Whiskies 1-2 Pt. Pt. 5th Segrom"7" 1.35 2.65 4.15 Colvert 1.35 2.65 4.15 Bonds 2.25 4.35 6.90 Cogorets ; Ctn.—1.55 STUDEBAKER . . . Originated the "New Look" in Motor Cars' • First In Style! • First In Vision! • First by far with a Post War Cor! Guaranteed Used Cars and Trucks See Chamblin Safes Co. for Complete Sewktf CHAMBLIN SALES CO. "Your Friendly StudebaJcer Deafer" R.R. & Ash Sti. Phone 2193 and private life" and told them the choice of "with Christ or against Christ" could not be solved by "pernicious duplicity." He praised efforts to achieve a truce in Palestine, laying that "although provisional, the truce announced this very 'night must be welcomed with a sigh of relief a- 1 ! the dawn of hope." The pontiff also urged unceasing efforts and salvation from what he described as a "strange illness . . . wavering between peace and war." He warned that "the days of truce often are not less important tlian those of battle," He said social reforms dominated the postwar period and that these are "just and necessary, particularly the urgent necessity to give the less well-off classes houses, bread and work." bill approved by the Armed Services Committee, he said in a form- < al statement. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained A marriage license yesterday in the. office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: Gene Perkins and Miss Fredia Spain of BIytheville. crown prince, will sit on the platform with Mr. Truman. The president will arrive here lat* tomorrow. He will be met by » delegation at the Union station and will go to the Palmer House, where he will attend ft dinner. HERE'S SAFE STORAGE • For Furs • For Woolens Nu-Wa Laundry Cleaners 220 North Second Street Phone 4474-4475 President to Speak At Swedish Celebration orl •/^-S CHICAGO, June 3_(up) — p res Went Truman will speak here tomorrow to commemorate . the ar- rlval of the first large wave of wedish Imigrantj to this country 100 years ago. Mr. Truman's iddress afthe Chicago stadium on the subject of ';'displaced persons" will open x month-long celebration of the Swedish Pioneer Centennial. Prince Bcrtil, son or Sweden's SALE AH Items in Our Show Cases We are closing out our accessories for 1942-1948 FORD " Our Supply Is Limited Come In Early PHILLIPS Motor Co. Phone 4453 Blytheville, Ark. That's what we're going to call the new department we have added to our liquor store. To assist you in entertaining you will find in this department! * Ladle and Spoon—Red cocktail cherries (with stems) in brandy. Ladle and Spoon—Olives in brandy <for the perfect martini)-' Ladle and Spoon—Tiny pearl onions in spiced wine. Twin Trees—Mint syrup (for wonderful mint juleps). Twin Trees—Orange flavor water (for the £{ew Orleans fix/.). Twin Trees—Vintage wine vinegars; gavtic, basil, dill, tarragon, cachalot and salad bouquet (marvelous for salads). Twin Trees—Sauces; mustard, mushroom, mint, lemon, barabecue. Also Dab-It basting liquid. Judy Stowes—Snappy Crax and Nippy Nuts. The different cocktail tidbit. They are hot. Holland House—Cocktail mixes; Martini, Manhattan, Side Car, Tom Collins, Old-fashioned, Whiskey Sour, Bronx and Daiquiri. Hotcan—Rroiled hamburgers, noodle and chicken dinner, frankfurters and beans. NEW ITEMS ARE ARRIVING DAILY. COME IN AND VISIT US. FOSTER'S Liquor Store 120 W. Main Street BILL FOSTER ' PHONE 2127 STEEL BUILDINGS ADAPTABLE To Many Industrial, Commercial and Farm Uses TRUSS-CLEAR ... NO WASTED SPACE BUTLER**£UILT A rimtial .1 IUUII MfO. COMPANY • Low Colt ptt iq. H. . Cost Liu to buy intmtlK- Inn. • Convenient Sim — 40' width, length in mulliplts ol 20'. Also 3?' ind 20' widlhi. lenjlhi * mulliplei ol 12'. • Slronj Irusslesi conlliut- lion, full usciblt spin • Erected ir, D»,J nisltil ol C. A. TANT CONST. CO. Authorized Dealer for Butler Steel Buildings General Contracting P.O. Box 83 Phone 896 Blytheville, Ark. REFRESHING REDUCING INVIGORATING Rid yourself of Hint ugly fat, both-men mid wom«i. 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Lincoln-Mercury Deafer Phone 3479 Blytheville Ark. 112 Walnut 8C BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE- NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 If you're hurrying—we can rebuild your shoes in shortest time pos.sihle by RKAL workmanship. Of course, close prices, best material. H-flLTCRS OUflLlTY SHOC SHOI IZ I W M a I M ST. Local & Long Distance Hauling Moving a'Specialty ' Anytime — Anywhere Any Place Buck Mehorg 401 E. Main St. Phones: Day 918 NiRht 2986 GARDEN SEEDS COMPLETE STOCK BULK OR PACKAGE FRESH PLANTS DAILY BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 130 EAST MAIN ST. Ogden Soy Beans 2'.i ixwnd bags. Cleaned and 90% germination test I4.SO bushel. Highway 61, 5'4 mllrs North of Stcclc. N(o. Phone 9F12. J. R. Whistle .1. See Us First EASflND AUTO SALES IK VALUES For That Car 503 E. Main Phone tlfll "Neuritis Has Kept Me In Torturing Pain" The Idler says . "Seems like the pain Ju«t won* let BO." For move than 5fl years doctors h»v« pn- scribert this natural mineral water that tendstil neutralize paiii-causliis acids. Phone or wrtt« li (or free booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and DliUI«» Blythevilte, Ark.

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