The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1948 · Page 3
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MONDAY, JUNE T, 1918 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COU1UKU NEWS 'Standby' Draft Plan Supported Senate Calls for More Debate on Measure to Call Men 19 to 25 By Wiirrcn Duffcc United Press Stuff Corrrsimiiilenl WASHINGTON. June 7. 1UP) — Sen. Homer E. Capeliart, R.. 1ml, claimed growing support today "for his plan to i>m the military draft on a standby basis. The Senate called for more debate on the 19-tlirong]i-25 conscription measure amid indication.? tlmt Sen. Rolieit A. Tart, chairninn of the powcrtul Senate Reiiiibliean Policy Committee, might join Capehart's supporters. Under the "standby" proposal, I [o the draft would be invoked only if c u Owner of Tavern Picked by Blonde Seeking $10,000 HEMPSTEAD, N. Y., June 7. (UP) —Mrs. Dorothy Luwlor set ovit today to collect Ihc husband and 510,000 that a newspaper want nd \s'ou lier. "I feel Just like a bride ought to feel—thrilled and excited," the 28- year-old blonde hatcheck girl said tona Bench, P)a., to meet the man of her choice. The man the shapely divorcee chose was D:in Wicker, owner of "Danny's Musical Bar," a Dayloun Headi tavern. He \vns nmonij the Uo/.en or more who answered her wife-for-snlc nd in a local nc\vspa- pei. "Anyone who can't be happy with that gjy !* a moron," Mrs. Lawloi Admiral Warns Of Relying on Other Nations the president declares the arniet. cervices can't be brought up to full (.trengUi without, it. His declaration could not come until 15 days after tile act becomes law and draftee.s would not begin service until DO days after the effective date. "I think I'm in favor of (it)," Taft said of the proposal in Leno'r, N.C., last ni^ht. He emphasized, however, thai fie still would not approve the draft unless voluntary enlistments prove incapable of getting needed imuiiwwer. Capeharv said he planned to press for a vote oil his amendment. "I feel it's better to have the president decide becau.se he has all the facts," Capchart declared. "It would be much better if he would handle it," Meantime Senate leaders hoped to speed up Una! action on the draft by stifling .several civil righ'.s amendment which would delay the bill by provoking a prolonged attack from Southern Democrats. Sen. Chan Qurncy, R., S.D., chief ^ sponsor of tile bill, was read)' to p' move that an anti - segregation amendeinnt by Sen. William Langer. R., N.D., be tabled. That would stop debate on the proposal. Langer still has six other amendments that would apply President Truman's civil rights recommendations to the armed forces. I said when she saw Wicker's picture the first time last night. "He's cute. Airport News Airport Manager Ernest Hiilsc'll left loday for Collcgo Station, 'ivx- ns, where he will nileiul a two-day Alrix>rl MmiRRempnl Conference sponsored by Texiis A. ruid M. Col- I lene nnd Southern Plight inngmliiij KNOXV1LLE. Tenn., June 7. (UP) in co-operation with (lie Civil Aeronautics Administration, The conference begins tomorrow and lasts through Thursday. Mr. Halsell flew to College Slntion In his Uonnnzn. Percy A. Wright and Ray Johnson flew to Mountain Home last week on a squirrel hunt near Norfolk Lake. •Rear Admiral James File of the U, S, Atlantic Submarine Fleet warned today against "relying ui>on the mercy of other nations lo again protect tliis country until we eel ready to protect ourselves." Fife s;x>ke ul commencement exerciser al Ihe University of Ten- ne.ssce which awarded degrees to •J75 students Uxlay. File said the United Stales in the past has "been dependent on Die .„,, llllu „„, ,.,,„„,, ,,, us slreiiKlh of other nations" lo shield o. Grunt and C. li. Woods Ji flew us nt the start of a war. He added, t o Indiaimiwlis. Hid., la.sl week for 'no government which fails to pro- line auto races. They made the trip •'•'- ' — •'"'""-" ''" lu Mr. lial.wll's nonnnzx Harold Mr, and Mrs. Knic-st Halsell. 1) Mrs. Lawlor, who offered in her ad lo marry nny man who would give her $10,000 lor ihc security of her two small children, said Wicker's answer to the advertisement was an 11-word telegram: "Is you t-s, or is you ain't gonna be my baby?" She said she was so taken with Wicker's -sense of humor thai she wired back: "Do you do, or do you don't want e for your baby?" Mrs .Lawlor said that siie had talked several times by long distance telephone with Wicker, who us divorced and the father of one child. She said the matter of the S10.COD had come up several times. "I do wish, though, that I had met Dan under different circumstances. I know instinctively that we have a lot in common." "Danny's the boss, now," she .said. "He sent me these plane reservations, and whatever he decides lo do we'll do. He did say something about us getting married in Mexico City. vide lor its common defense deserves the support of its people and no people who fail lo support then 1 nntionnl defense deserves good government." "The most. Important clement ul our strength lies in the loyalty and integrity of Hie people," he said. PAGE TEREl Bicyc/j'sts Invited To ftide In Safety Parade A largo number of bicyclists Is •xivx'U'd lo inrtlcipati' In the pu- ade lei proniuto safer bicycle rldinx on June Iftlh, sponsored by Monl- •jomrry Ward ,t Company. t'rlwN will bn awarded for tho Jcsl mid most originally decorated bicycles. neeordhiK to K. M. Ijish- LM'ook, ioriil manager. A set of colorful wheel discs and a list of safety rules will be given each rider at (lino of rcKlstnUlon. Entry blanks nru obtainable in the, Sporting -Goods Department of Monti; nnery Ward ,St coiifpany. The panule will form nt Ward's store and proceed cast on Main lo Prnnklin, hence lo Walker 1'iivk | where awards will be made nnd >e- fieshmenUs served. Veteran Found Dead HKISTOL, Va., Juno 7. —<U[') — the cause of death of Robert Andy Heynolds, '41-yenr-old World War Authorities hero are InvesllKnlliiK 1 Two veteran of Asheville, N. C., who wu found dewl In hU 'mm * a boarding house yesterd»y. Head Courier New* Want "<t At Kirby's Three Stores . . Sudburj 1 . J. T. Sudbnry mid 1. Hartzos also flew to Indianapolis un Ihc former's Ucllanca. Sen. Capper, 83, Decides Not to Seek Re-diction WASHINGTON, June 7. (UP) — Son. AviTiUr Capper, 83-year-old Kfiusa.s Republican, said lotlny he isn't .seeking reelection because 30 yenr.s in ihe Senile "is about long enough." The veteran prohibition advocate, whose fifth Senate term expires at the end of this yenr. announced hist night th»L nc has "decided not lo run for reelection." Capper Ls the olde.st man in the Si-nate, and is second only to Sen. Kumieth McKcllar, D.. Tenn., in length o! service. McKoUar has a 32-yenr record. Mr. llartzog flew to St. Louis In.sl wcct in his Uollunui to pick up pnrt.s for bakerj' equipment tUun- •ayed by an exjiloslo]! last month at Hart's Bakery here. He made the return trip In two hours ntid 45 minutes. The Blytheville Private Filers A-ssoeiutiou Ls seeking Western Union "travclgriim" .son-ice in Arkiui- .sas. A "trnvelgnun" is a one-word me.viagc which may he sent at a ralfl lower than tliat churned for « 10-word telegram. The message cojiUiins the word "Arrivort" ami Ls used by many rjilow in stales wlieic Father's Day-June 20th K*nii'iul>er Father with Mimonranii'd Poker Chips, Matches, Klaliimery, Klc. Fountain Pen nnd Pencil Sols, Billfolds, Smoker's Supplies, Fnthcr's Duy C«r«ls. KOLDKRUNCH The most delicious Icecream, Bar On * SUels, Krunchy Chocolate Coaled. Dollar Hills are wrapped in some of them. lOc Read Courier News Want Ads. President Signs BUI Authorizing New Stamps WASHINGTON. June 7. (UP) — President Truman has signed leg- islation authorizing the issuance of three commemorative postage staniixs. They commemorate: The golden anniversary of the consolidation of the Boroughs now comprising New York city. The 100th anniversary of the founding of Fort Kearney, Neb, A special scries in honor of volunteer firemen. the service is available. John Flowers ol lllylliovlllo received his prhiuo pilots llceiife lust week. i Transient pilots who lauded here ' during hut weA included the fol- ; lowing: Owen Bruce mill Vlvlmi I Jenkins o( Jonosuoro, l'l|irr Cub; i Uoyd I'ratcr of 1,111 le Dock, Cub; I.ouis Prnlc'r of Uitlc Hock, TuyUir- ! craft; M. li. Sunderlaml. Jr., nnrl H. K. Marlin of Monroe. Ij\.. Fairchild I'T-2B; Jack East of Utlle Hock, I'lpcr Cruiser; 'K. ]•*. McCue, Jr., of Orlando. Flu.. SU'nrmnn 1T- 17; J. li. Shoun nnd son of rhurr. Tex;is. Acrone.u; A. J. Mlchlko of Mu;nis'j?c, Mjch.. Sl.inson; K. F. Rund of West Memiilils, Luseonibe; George Crnfton of Vick.sbmg, Miss,, Navlon; Onle Ihinsnn, CAA inspector of Little Hock, AT-6. Electric Fans DDT Bonds, 1.50 up Sun Glasses Blue Grass Cologne, 1.50 Picnic Juges Fitch Slmmpoo & Shower Spray Tartan for Sun Tan, 59c Blue Grass Bath Powd. 1.50 EACH STORE AIR CONDITIONED At Kirby r s Three Stores Read Courier News Want Ads. Coleman Dealers say: "IF YOU ACT NOW jat FOUNTAINS: Rend courier News Want Ads. Dreifus Silver Special Buy your Silver from this reputable Jeweler — made by International Silver Company . . .Fully Guaranteed. . .52 pieces, complete with chest. Compare this value before you buy! heater in trade rooms with tven h«ol floor to ceiling. 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