The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1948 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 8, 1948
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TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1948 " ~ - " -- - - - -- _ Dewey to Seek Support in Dixie New York Governor Heads South In Last Out-State Vote Bid NEW YORK, June 8 . (UP) _ Oov Thomas E Dewy heads South °^ rtay to bolster l,is bid for Hie 03 ' N ' iUi ° nal ," hew 7 W !" 8 ° filst <° Baltimore to begin what may bo his tot for- to th1!'r?I.; StiUe <lck? e ate l"'"t prior n ii •, ?, co ''vetition which opens )ii Philadelphia June 21 ^ nflif s " 1 ! 1)onc ' is claimed that most )oi the delegate in the three Southern states already are in [he New *o« governor's eouicr. Dewey, backers preened..,) he would win at r a r 0? Ol ' 21 dc>lc 8atca ill Virginia IB or 28 in North Carolina and nine 01 16 in Maryland. The governor will have a Uhmer meeting with Maryland GOP convention delegates and alternates in Baltimore tonight, Tomorrow morning hu wilj leave for Kichtnoiid for a luncheon conference with the Virginia delegation. Dcwcy plans to leave Richmond Wednesday night f O1 Rnleish. N C. He will spend all Thursday in Uie Tarheel state, meeting with some convention delegates for breakfast In Raleigh, others for luncheon at Lexington, and another group for dinner at Morganton. He also "plans to visit Charlotte before reluming here Friday afternoon. Some of the territory the governor plans to cover already has been visited by Sen. Robert A. Tuft of Ohio and Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota, his two leading rivals for the Republican nomination. •^•Anti-Truman Democrat Replaces Sen. Pepper In Florida Delegation TAMPA, Pla., June 8. (UP)— An anti-Truman man today succeeded Sen. Claude Pepper ns chairman of Florida's delegation to the Democratic National Convention. The delegation yesterday chose Frank D. Upchurch, former state senator from St. Augustine to head the group. Upchurch is pledged to support Mississippi Oov. Fielding L. Wright for the presidential nomination on the first ballot. Pepper, who headed the last two delegations, made a poor showing with his "Loyal Democrats for Eisenhower" slate in a May 4 primary election, placing only five delegates. BLTTHRVILLB (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS Bikini, Ahoy! fliroiiKhuut, the ™ Rightly conceived, me Director* told the AiimiAl Meeting of The Mother Chinch, The First Church of Christ. Sclenllsl, In Boston, Massachusetts, democratic govcrn- is something more than an agBre- Rntlon ol legislative nets nnd legalized rules of conduct. "It is the orderly unioldmcnt of the mortal ehnraclpr ami spiritual Integrity or Its citizens," the spokesmen for the worldwide Christian Science movement affirmed. As such, they said, free government rlKhlly merits active defense Of Its sacred purpose, In addition to the )>loii5 declarations of allegiance to Its outer form. Thousands of Christian Scientists from iminy parts of the world heard Ihe Directors Issue a distinct challenge to (ho proud, boastful "Oo- llnths of today, as they KO lo and fro In the cnrlh. Denying God. they are denvlni; (heir own Ille (or Ood '" "'- -'-- "' of mnn," they Ah, to be in Paris. . . . The few square inches of stull worn by Juliette Figueras, left, "Miss Paris of 1348," makes a bathing suit "" , called "Bikini" by its designer, Eliane cie Valois. Mnrise Dclort right, "Miss Elegance- of 10-18," shows de Valois' sarong-type suit. {Photo by KEA-Acme staff correspondent Rene Ilc'nr.v.) Read Courier News Want Ads. Hero's the first postwar shipment of German beer being unloaded in New York. The cases of Bavarian brew arrived on the SS American Councellor from the American zone in Germany. Season's First Hot Spell Fatal To Arkansan By United Press The first serious heat wave of the Summer was credited today with ihc death of one man, while three others died in Arkansas yesterday from violent causes. The heat, prostration victim was Joseph E. William.'!, 42-year-old oilfield worker of Magnolia. He was overcome while working on a drilling rig near Smackover and diert In an El Dorado hospital. William Hussell Sltllngton, eight- yeor-old'son of Mr. and Mrs Joe E. Stltlington of Little Hock, died • last night of injuries sufferert Sun- ; day. He was said to have run from i behind a parked car into the path of another automobile. The assist-1 ant pastor of a Little Rock Baptist 1 Church was ordered to post bond I today on a charge of negligent ! homicide. The second traffic victim was Leo Dean Shipp, son of Mr. and Mrs i Herman Shipp of St. Paul in Mad-' i 'son County. He died in a Fort Smith hospital of injuries suffered last week when ho was hit by an > automobile near Kibler in Crawford The fourth fatality was » homl-! cide victim. Oscar Wheeler the middle-aged owner of a hotel In Amity, was fnfnlly wounded while he was talking to a friend on an Arkadelphla street. His comoanlon told police that a tall mail approached with a pistol and opened I fire. Three bullets struck Wheeier • in Hie head, state Police are as- i sisting Clark County and Arkadelphia officers in looking for the assailant. 79 Bodies Found In Harbor after Launch Sinking NORFOLK, Vs., June 8. (UP) The Navy said today that 19 bodies recovered Iron, the waters of Nor. folk Harbor were believed amour the. 28 sailors and Marines missing after a liberty launch was swamped a week ago while returnin" 92 men to the aircraft carries U s S Kearsarge. Sixteen' bodies were found vcs- terday and three the day before Only four were positively identified The Navy released the following identifications of the four bodies- Arthur E. Bodkin, fireman, Wheeling, W. Va. Martin M. Dollarri, seaman Buffalo, N.Y. Robert T. Murray, machinist':; Pfc. Darrell R. Hagan, Jerusalem. Meanwhile In Joplin, Afo naval authorities held a sailor who had been reported missing and believed drowned in the accident. He wns identified as Thomas Raymond ply, 32, who said he intentionally caught the wrong bus and missed returning to the Kearsarge aboard the ili-fated liberty boat. He said his wife had been sick and he hoped to get out of the Navy. Christian Science Directors Hold Annual Meeting BOSTON, Mass., June B,-D Cc lar- Ing lhat rlemoci-Allc government Is Die In.slrumcnl through which an Irrestlble, force Is being channeled inlo the affairs of men The Christian Science Board of Dir- is the only life stated. Steam Plant For Tennessee Gets Support WASHINGTON, June 8. (UP) — A poll of u Senate Appropriations Subcommittee showed today thut a majority favors giving the Tennessee Valley Authority W.OIM.OOO to start work on a steam power plant at Johnsonville, Tenn. Sen. Kenneth McKellar, D., Tenn., said he was confident both the full committee and the Senate will follow the subcommittee's recommendations on the controversial Item of iimds for the steam plant. All five Democrats and at least two Republicans on the 12-man subcommittee were listed for the steam plant appropriation. Three Republicans were undecided iiiid two were not available when the !>oll was mnile. The subcommittee was called Into meeting this afternoon to decide what Items, Including the one for the stcnm plant, should be included in the Government Corporations Appropriations mil. The House rejected TVA's request for funds for the Johnsonville plani. McKellar, although he has been at odds with TVA most of the time.' in recent years, got behind Uic Johnsonville piant proposal and spearheaded a Senate drive to put ' the Item back in the appropriations ' bill. He is ranking Democrat on the subcommittee. Church Leader HANKY C. BROWNE Incoming President of The Mother Clwrch. The Kirst Church of Clirisl, .Scientist, Iti lloslon. Massachusetts About two and one-halt Rallons of linseed oil Is obtainable from one bushel of flavsoed. Rye as a field cro)) f| rs t, wns Brown In what Is now the United States in New England In 1048. Europe first, was Introduced to coffee In 1573. ' CONSTITUTIONAL AMI,M>MI-;NT KO. » HUBMITTED BY FIFTV-SIXTH ASHKMBI.Y KANSAS AND BY THE HOUSE OF 1 REPRESENTATIVES, A MAJORITY OF ALL THE MEMBERS ELECTED TO EACH HOUSE AGREEING THKKETO: Th»t the following u hereby proposed as mi amendment to the Constitution of the state of Arkansas »nd UIKJII being »ulxnltt«d to the electors of the SUif for approval or rejection at the next general election for Representatives and Senators, If a majority of the electors voting thereon, at iuch *n election, adopt auch amendment, the Mine shall become a part of the constitution of the State of Arkan»a« to-wit: SECTION 1. That the Constitution of the Stnte of Arkansas be amended by modifying Section i! of Article 3 of »ald Constitution no as lo permit, the l*gMalun to «imct a law providing for a registration of voters. Said constitutional amendment shall read as follows, to-wit: "BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEO- PI-E Of THE STATE OF ARKANSAS:" "The General As.semuiy shall have power to eimct laws providing for a rcBlsl ration of voters prior to any general, special, or primary election mid lo require that (he rluht lo volo at any such elecllon Miall deiieud Arkansan Burned in Fuel Blaze Dies of Injuries EL DORADO, Ark., June 8 _ (UP)—Funeral services were h.-ld today for Herman Pete Breazeal 38-year-old Caledonia man who died In an Eldorado hospital of burns received Sunday. He was climbing a tank of the Root Petro- ! leuni Co. to make a routine gunge ! of the contents when fumes caught afire and Ignited his clothing I Officials of the company blamed ! lightning or static electricity for' the fire. With the Courts Chancery Beauton Kimbrougti vs. Wcldon Kimbrough suit for divorce. Opal Redeker vs. Allen Grant Rcdeker, suit for divorce. 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