The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1948 · Page 2
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PA4M TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Gov. Dewey Ends No. Carolina Trip GOP Hopeful Uait* TnmMM in 1 3 Talks I* Bid for Delegate* N. C., Jun« 11. (UP)— OCT. Tbomu K. Dewey of Itew Tort tM*d*d b*ck North lo- d»j after a ont-d*; bid far Horth ' OO«P convention dek- Tb* Republican presidential hopt- ful'i tour of North Carolina tnclud- «d M jpiechw in 12 hours, and lie bluted President Truman'2 ad- Biiniatritkra at every stop. M« joined other Republican leart- «n to Urminc the present regime "it* poorect of all the adtnlnUlin- ttotu In thii nation's history," D*w*)r open*d hit verbal attack «a Mr. Truman a« he breakfasted with tht North Carolina convention d*l«faUon In Raleigh yesterday. L»l«T, In Lexington, h« told 400 part/ l«ad«n that the president haj committed "fantastically ttupld blunder!" in foreign policy. Tb» Hew York governor continu- hia censure of the present ad- Woman Claims in $2,000,000 Suit She Total Civilian Is Illegitimate Daughter of U.S. Envoy; c m _i CHICAGO, Jum 11.—(UP)-A 35 York Missing Per.soiu Bureau, «lie "*£""»/TIC fit -year-old Chicago woman vextprrirw rvhlnlnpri Hio Tinmpc n/ t^^ r«u,nr , Ji* f 4 • * ^* -ye»r-old Chicago woman yesterday obtained Die nuniM of her father filed a »2,000.000 dixmafje suit, and mother. She said she wrote lo he. againit Myron c. Taylor, U. s. envoy to the Vatican, and an associate, alleging thai sh« is Taylor'* Illegitimate daughter. married and the mother of twin sons, by Attorney p. j. Knra.seX It was assigned to the court of District Jiidjo Philip I* Sullivan for hear- She charged that efforts had been mother and was lold th« story oJ her parentage. In the suit, Mrs. Waller/nan s.s- sertcd that Taylor temporarily disappeared from New Yorlc after her birth nnd that "In order lo fortify the false premise that lie Is not the father," Tnylor and Ucnnett collaborated to "develop * set of clr cimistanccs «i as to deceive the public. . . . falsely, wintonly and maliciously .... denying that she made by Taylor and by hli "friend '» lllc ilauRhter of tiie talrt Myron and assoslale of jnany years," Joseph A. Bennett, to conceal the true fuels of her Identity. Vlic.sc actions, she said, had ciiused her illness and family troubles. In addition lo the suit for damages, a civil actioh In equity was filed, asVliiK that the court establish her "legal rights, relationships and obligations," and declare Hint she Is the natural daughter of Myron C. Taylor and one MaiKdrel Klolz, also known »s Margaret Nicholas, of New York. In her suit, Mrs. Waltcrmrm claimed that she was Ixirn June M, 1812, at the Lebanon Hospital, the Bronx, N. y, She said a certtiicate was filed with the department C. Taylor." - „»» men wun me aermrtmcnl o! minUtration throughout his lour ot | health, giving her father's mime as 11 North Carolina cities until lie caught an early-morning train for N*w York here today. Predict* GOP Victory D«K«y predicted a Republican Tictory In November which would extend "" f*i South as North Orolina and perhaps even farther." He expressed hope for an early return in the South to the Uo- puty «y»tem u the GOP develops into "» party that Is Myron c. Taylor and the mother's name as Margaret Nicholas. The attending physician, she said, was Abraham Alton zirlll. The child wns described as "a baUy girl Taylor." She was placed In R New York foundling home, the suit further alleged. Fiom there, the suit said, she wns taken lo Chicago and "at the age of 22 months she became a member of a family consisting of Prank „ . J ... wholly na- rknal in character uistead of .iec-i"< * mcnuy C-VU.MSIKIK 01 tional u It has been for too many i Rieser and Francis Rleger." ye«rs." . Mrs. Wnlternian said that Dewiy said he »»•; happy to find in the "alleged solid South larfie crowd* ot people obviously imer- •»t«d and enthusiastic" about. Hie Republican party. Dewejr's return to New York ended a two-day swing below the Mtt- »on-Dixon line in which he wooeil . she resided with Ihen until she became more lhan 18 years ol nge. In 1934,, she married Earl WRltcrmiui. "Being in distress for Jade of proper Information, and knowing not which way Lo turn in her anxiety," the suit snltl, "she proceeded lo the oJty of New York nnd consul Id n Senate Okays $937 Million Road Program WASHINGTON, June 11. (UP) — A two-year highway program costing 1937,000,050 had Senate approval today and the authorization bill went back to the House, which has approved a three-year federal program of *I,C13.250,000. The Senate bill would allow MOO.- 000.000 ii ytur for the two years starllMg*Ju!> 1 in federal contributions to slate highway systems. Of this, 45 per cent would be for highways in the federal system, 30 per cem /or secondary roads, including rnral rosds. and 25 per cent lor urban systems. The actual money for the projects would have to be appropriated Inter. Here are the as>proxima'.u uiiioiinls eacli Southern slate would get under the Senate bill: Alabama. $7,739,000; Arkansas, $5,9«2,000; Florida, $5,545,000; Georgia. f9.139.000; Louisiana, wn.OOO; Mississippi. $344,010; North Carolina, lli.ooi.ooj}; -South Cniollna, $4,925,000; Tennessee, $7,933,000; Virginia, $4,252,000. i , - - - - ,- .. Virginia's Jl-man uninstructed con- I distinguished citizen, Mayor Fioi el- •yention delegation as well as N?; Ih ' uninstructed dele- Carolina'* ««t«. Hational Guardsmen Plan forty at, Armory All men o* Blythevllle and vicinity between the ages of 17 and 34 axe IriTitM to be the guesls of mem- ben of Company M, 153rd Infantry, Arkancu National Guard at a party and discussion to be held at the Armory tonight, Capt. J. R. Rwdtr, commanding officer announced today. The party ia acheduled to begin at * o'clock. A discussion of the ;..proposed draft legislation will be the program planned, Capt. t Ad. lo iJiGuaraia, who rilreoteil her lo go to Ihe Bureau of Missing Persons." In this way, the hoped to learn the mother and of her She said that through the help of Capt. John J. Crouln of. Hie Mew suit .said, she nnnies of her Ask for Flavor-Rich Thrifty . . .-** DIXIE' MARGARINE At WOOD'S Houhisant "ChantiJIy" Frangranc* in Bath Sails Dust Powder Cologne ' Perfume ROM Hair Dye in all Desired Colors Naylon Nail Polish & Lipstick In Every Shade Goodrich BATHING CAPS All Whit« ITS Tar-Tan Sun Tan Lotion . Insect Repellent 8 Inch Electric Fan - -, - $4.95 59c 49c JUNE 20 Will You Remember? The Sheaffer "Threesome" $12.75 to $37.50 Town Shaving Set $2.00 up Leather Fitted Case $2.50 up The Gillette "Aristocrat" ] Piece Razor $3.79 Compfete/x Electric Razors Spartus Full-View Size 120 — $9.95 1 Cameras S]>nrtiis 35 AIM $12.50 - Conditioned 221 W**i Main Woods Drug Store ti kl_;_ , ** Phone 507 High for U.S. WASHlNGTONJum. II lUI'i-- Total civilian employment In the (8,660,000 In Ihe early jinrt of May, .States renthcd a level of FRIDAY", JUKI J, If4« Notice is hereby given Hint the undersigned will within Die time fixed )jy law apply lo the Commissioner of Jleveiiu<?» of the State of Arkansas for a permit, to soil beer at rel-Jil at 2000 Hose St., Biytlic- vllle, Missls:iipj>i, County. The undersigned stales that he is a citiac'ii of Arkansas, of g<x^l moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other this stale or any other state, re- 1MB. latmg t« the sale ot alcoholic liquors. NORA W. HARVEY Stilwcribcd and sworn to before me this 10 day of June, 194g. Mrs. Marshall Blacltard SBAIi) Notary Public My Commission expires March », about. 330,000 over April. The department's Bureau of the Census released these pollinates of the labor force for May: The Incliidi civilian both labor force, which employed find unemployed— 60,422.000, That is jibout 120,000 fewer than in April, but 132,000 more lhan In May, 1047. Unemployment— 1,101.000. That is 432,000 less than in April and 199,000 less lhan In May last year. ; in five yjnr.s last past; nnd that Hie undersigned Jim never been convicted o[ violating the laws of Agricultural em;.-iiymenl-—1.861,- 000. That U 413.000 more than In April but 1,009,000 less Ilian in May N(jn-ABricuh rnl employment — 50,800.000. Thru Is 83.000 less Ulan In April but l/rtO,000 more than in May last year. I NOW! jat FOUNTAINS I K very where! Sesd Courier Newn Want A<J«. BREAKFAST at the PIG STAND! We How Serve Breokfatt Daily From 7 to 11 I The Rustic Inn Father's Day i* June 20th WNCRAFTS **\;:'tt3&^.~?& ^fcft^W--^ I 4, r : |pi^ . 4| ;l»>^%r<- 'M^ftllK ^fTOlWlftf^s:' , ' , i! : ' j i 5 '*', ,',' ! 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