The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1948 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 9, 1948
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1948 BI/VTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Dixie Democrats Je ^ robsF| g ht °"HonowedGround|/^ 0fy Elected to High Girls State Post PAGE THRE1 To Hold Caucus Dixiecrats from 11 States to Discuss Anti-Truman Moves JACKSON, Miss,, June 8. (UP)— | Democratic convention from 11 Southern states will be Invited to a pro-convention caucus to work out plnns to block President Truman's nomination, it was announced lodny. The campaign committee of Southern states' rights Democrats i met here yestcrdr.y and decided to call Dixie delegates together just before the July 12 national convention to seek a unified plan of »ction. The meeting will be held either in Washington of Philadelphia. Most Southern delegates oppose Mr. Truman's nomination because of his civil rights stand. Some have pledged to walk out of the convention if lie Is nominated, while others want to stay and fight ovlt the civil rights question within the party. Gov. Ben Laney of Arkansas, who will appoint a caucus committee, said the delegate-s at the tmvcon- vention meeting will decide on a p fitand and then state their position j to national party officials before; taking their convention seats, | Kyc Seporate Convention Then, lie said, if the delegates are not scuted or if Mr. Truman Is nominated. Southerners will hold a sepetate convention in Binning ham, Ala., on July 17. Laney said the Birmingham convention would discuss "satisfactory" candidates. "We wilt not nominate presidential and vice-presidential candidates at Birmingham, and \ve ki will not form a third party." he ' paid, "we are not bolting the party." The Birmingham meeting would "suggest" a candidate and would leave It up to Dixie voters lo decide whether they want to vote for Mr. Truman or the Southern choice. Arkansas, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas, Alabama, Louisiana and Tennessee \vere represented at yesterday's campaign committee meeting. North Carolina, Georgia, Florida nud Virginia did not send delegates. Ittut ttckttd to rtturn !« Jwuukm and hit cruciliidon (Matlhtw 16:13-21) Tke Great Sea (Mediterranean SN) northern limit trt OM Testament Palesllw Paul spent a day with the brethren on hit last' journey to Jerusalem. Ucls21:7 Sile at final grcal bailie between tho forces ol good arid evil to be fougttt on "the day of Qo4" Jesuv home leaving Kiiarrth (Matthew 4:13) Horn* ol the boy Jesus n danger ol being murdered in Jerusalem, Paul was brought here by his Christian brethren. (Acts 9:30) Joshua summoned tribe* lor farewell address (Joshua 24) Uavid s herds graied here. (I Chronicles 27:29) esu» spoke with woman ol Samaria (John 4 Here Dorcas was raised to lile at Peter's prayer. (Acts 36:42) Here JosJiua'i horn demolished walls (Joshua 6:20) Peter cured in name oT Jesus Ads 9:32-31) Lydiia JERUSAUM PH'iLISTIA BcrhEehcm lure Moses saw promised land avid slew Golialn. II Samuel 17) Tomb ol Abraham and Sarah (Genesis 23:19, 25:10) Samson destroyed the Temple, llmlnes 16:21-30) LITTLE HOCK, Al«., June 9. (UP)—Miss Mary Frances Qaine,!,- IJlytheville delegate to the annual Arkansas Girls' Stat« meeting this week In Camp Robinson near Ijlt- lle Rock, wns elected lo her second ofllce yesterday. She wns elected Secretary of Stute In the election yesterday and had beon elected mayor of mythical Jefferson City previously. Miss Cindy Slmw of Fort Smith WHS elected governor In yesterday's election. She defeated MLss Toia- inle Aubimrt of Searcy In the campaign between the two parties. Other -slate officers elected were: Lieutenant governor—LIU Brown of Port Smith. Treasurer—Joan Sizcland of Camden. State Auditor—Marilyn Beverly of Stuttgart. Land Commissioner — Jamie Blackmail of DeWitt. Attorney General — Betty Joe Moore of Hot springs. Chid Justice of the Supreme Court—Uachael KuechemueLiter of Hot Springs. A-ssoclate Justices-—Carolyn Hall of £1 Dorado, btielln Young of Fort, Smith, Marilyn May of Camdcn, Betty Bosle of Newport, Sue IJurp- of Fort Smith and Mury Jenn Sclwllhorn of DcWllt. A Circuit Court session, with 1m- ner Assistant Attorney General Tko Murry a.s instructor, was scheduled for today. Dr. Rainwater to Open Office on South Fifth Dr. W. T. Rnlnwatcr, • who hu been working with Dr. J. M, Walls ut Wnlls Hospital for the past two months, will open his office nt 106 South J'illh Street In the new Tom ] Little building, Monday, h« >n- nounced today. Dr. Rainwater will specialise in medicine and iwdlatrlcs he said. Or. Rnlnwatcr was illsclmrgtrt from the Army In March. 1948, and during Hie two years ho was in th« Army lie was connected with a hospital In Staten Island, N. Y.I Prior to his Army work lie was with the Winston SMeiu, N. C,, City Hospital for three years. He is « native of Arkansas, having received Ills hii;h .school (ruining HI Walnut Rldue, and unending Hendrlx »nd pelting his doctors degree ut the Unlvmlly of Arkansas School of Medicine nt Little Hock. Dr. ami Mrs. Rainwater and (heir two diuiKhU'rs lire residing ut 1001 Hearu. Mrs. Halnwnter and Ilin girls Joined Dr. UiilnwiUor hove lust month, Lighting Kills Arkansan MORim/TON, Art:,. June 51.— (UPJ—Louis Cook, 32. was killed when struck by lightning while; standing in the door of his home | late yesterday. He lived at Sol- Many place names appearing in the Palestine war news are familiar to readers of the Bible, Typical are Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazarelh, Jericho Bifl many other places, now bearing modern names, are also famed in Biblical lore. Map above shows Palestine, then known as the land of Canaan, during Biblical times. In parentheses under Biblical names are those used today. Confession Saves Men Convicted of Slaying Woman INOW! SAVE ON Security Bond Sales Lag in Many Counties Mississippi County l.s Ingoing fnr below the stfttc average ol 34.3 in the Security ixmu Campaign, having rcuched only 1C.3 percent of the S5GO.COO quota. Ttic drive is schL'duled to June 30, but nil sales rc|K>rtcd before July n will be cretliled to local assignments, C. K. Wilkcrson, state director said today. Only 19 counties have rctiched as much as 40 percent of their quoin, aiul to il.itc only MontgoiiiUFy County has reached as much as 70 percent of the nuola. Only Pulnski, Sebn-stian, Garland. Jefferson, ftiul Union counties have larger quotas than Missi.s.sippi County, nnd In total anles ol bonds Mississippi County ranks eleventh. , A11] of | stu Sot FOUNTAINS J • Everywhere! HUNTSV1LLK, Tex., June 9. (UP) - -Joseph Lee Saulter, 34, sat dazedly in his dcnth row celt today, trying to accustom himself to the fact that he has an excellent chance lo live out a normal life instead dying in the electric chair. Saulter was .sentenced to die early J! today for the fatal stabbing of Mrs. i Thelma Leslie in a Galveslon sa- 1 loon Feb. 24, 1917' [ Ht? was saved when Cecil E. Barki er, 33, confessed that he committed JI gahachie in Conway County and had gone to the house during an electrical storm. Cook is survived by his wife and one son. the murder. Barker is serving a life term in the Retrieve State Prison Farm. He was sentenced last January for robbery by assault, and as an habiuuil criminal. Saulter had given up all hopc for j Pniaski"County ha.s reached $1,083,- Men'i Authentic Fraternal Rings M A 11 1 T • 10k v n jut IOM «lth richly I X (JO mrvfii In&txn*. «w»w V W l>own—II E Wok Mun'i Birthstonc Kl'UllUllrrrt I (Ik gold ntoimtln*. |2.M Down—»l « Bhn'i Cameo Ring •uptrfelr carved m m J%P cimeo deklgn,.. 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