The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 2, 1948
Page 2
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BLYTHBYILLB (AKK.) OOUSHH MVWf FRIDAY, JULY t, U4S Hotytnd Truce Seems Hopeless ftttim'ntlc for Amy CompromiM •teff OrmiMBdeRt July J. (UP)—The Ar«fc J«»Mi truoe wtcred its fourth ul vecfc today amid dlm- hope* that Count JV>lke Ber*. the United Nations mediator, will be »Ne to k*ep the armistice aUrt. Ja a score of Jewish settlement betmen Jerusalem and Haifa the reaction wu the came. A former optimtee for pence has been replaced by determination to continue the straw]* and a state of prepared- ne««. Natural observers in the Holy land believed that any proposal of Bernadotte's to give the Jews their promiied partitioned land — even with coneeukms—had no chance with the Arabs. And the Jews, they predicted, al» would refuse to com- promls*. Gradually, from Dan to Beersheba preparations were being made for the resumption of hostilities. Jewi chirged that the number of Arab truoe violations was on the upswing. Particularly in the South, there ww little hope for a continuation of the ceasefire. Ouside Jerusalem, more Arab ar- Ul«y bases bristled in the Judean hUli surrounding the Holy City. The life-lin* oonroy Into Jerusalem still continued from Tel Aviv. But Jews and United Nations observers Censed a tension In the already strained truoe. At Latroun Arabs demanded that UN teams lind a camel lost in Jewish-held territory before they would allow a convoy to pass through. A UN tcmm complied. They found the camel and turned it over to the Bathing Bustle Candidates Hold To Road Problem Highways Principal Usti* in Crowded Rac« for Governor By Bob Brown Pww Stiff Correipandcflt) UTTLE ROCK, Ark., July 2.— CUP)—ArktniM.politics had settled nto lit prt-hollday routine today M candld*t«.<< prepared for the "big push" «t picnics throughout the atat« tomorrow. The nam« of thii creation ot Pans designer Jacques H«im ii Tra-La-La. H'j a big buillt, of checked cotton, which Ihe ladies illach to their brief trunk* ind top off with 11 halter br». Of course, when swimming, Tra- La-La it veinoved, leaving juit Ooh, La La! A rube. Tlie conroy continued. One dlsllluiloned United Nations officer summed up the helpleaamu of the situation. "We fe«l like a doctor who Is making: morphine Injections," he said. Auto Magnate Is Critical of SEC Demands CHICAGO, July 1. (UP)— President Preston Tucker of the Tucker Corporation, automobile concern, announced today that the firm 1« ™ ge commlMlon. The SEC MM subptnaed pany record! on financing, ixn, production and other business US Militarization Policy is Flayed Merhoditt Bishop Addr«*i«s Group at JurisdicHonol Meet COLUMBIA, s. c., July i. we)— j Bishop W. W. Peele of Richmond, Va., flayed "militarization" of American youth today In a hard- ubpcnaed com- i hitting episcopal addreu before the financing, offl- Southeastern Jurisdlctlonal Confer- details. In a document Hied In u >,._..„. ».» H u\*,umcub uiea in Jiederal Dlitrlct court Wednesday, Hlghwayi again loomed as the I the corporation Irujlsted that com- bl(t Issue In the campaign ax Sid plying with the full 8EO demand ...__._. .. ',. ollld compel them 10 gM>p bUB ,_ new. "The SEC," Mid Tucker today at a news conference," "made a peremptory demand for literally truckloads of our files and records to be Mcafath of Mot Sprint, a candidate for .governor, prepared a 30- mlnute radio addreaa In an effort to «ipUln hit controvcnlil "bond luue" program. The speech will originate in Har- rlion at «:30 tonight antl McM»th promlMd to "explain his highway proposal In detail, Riving facU and figures for providing new highway revenuti." He added that he will "analyze his propotaU and remariu made by hU opponents about highways." McMath's plan—AS yet unexplained to the public—lias been under considerable fire from the other candldatei. Horace E. Thompson, and Jim delivered at cago. Tying their offices at Chi- up such records at this time will make It impossible to continue operations.' "Whether Its action Is wrong," Tucker continued, 1 SEX! has effectively blocked every corporate operation at most crucial point, when we ence of the Methodist Church here. "To put our American youth, yet In their teens, under the education- si Influence of regimented and authoritative ideologies Is to imperil our freedom at its wry foundation," Peele declared. He spoke before the conference of 1,000 Methodist churchmen and laymen from nine Southeastern states as the second of the five-day meet- Ing opened. Peele's address was representative opinion of the Methodist bishops. It was the first and Ult official right or I word from the bishops during the 'the our our are on the threshhold of mass production, with engineering and development completed. "By the autocratic use of pow- Merrltt have both advocated pay- j ers under present SEC regulations, u-you-go programs while Jack Holt \ the commission has succeeded where promised l.OCO miles of new road iTucker's competitors »nd Industrial rivals have failed. They have stop- I>ed us for the moment." "plan now being formu- under lated.- Practically all other candidates hare promised road construction and repairs. Meanwhile, the candidates pol- Atlantic-Mediterranean" Canal Idea Resurrected By Robert D. Graff (United PreM SUff Corrrcpondent) PARIS (UP)—The Panama CanM would look like an irrigation ditch compared to a canal connecting the Atlantic and Mtediterranean currently being considered by the French government. The proposed canal would be deep enough to take the biggest Choice Secretary Holt Vlsiti Wett Alixca Thompson planned a major rally at Brlnkley tonight and win be In Harrison and Portia tomorrow. James Macxrell WEU scheduled to visit Bee Brunch tXs afternoon and Tucker School at Wright tonight. Tomorrow he will be In Jud- jonla, Portia anrt ornlng;. Holt will appear at Portia, Corn- Ing, Plggott and Batesvllle tomorrow and plans to visit Manila, LeachvUle, Monctte, Lake City and Paragould today. . . . . Charles Fleming of I"orre»t City lsh«d up their oratory for tomor- win spealc at c , mden today and t row's independence day celebra- P , rkln tomorrow. McMath will fol- tlons - low hl« Harrison talk with visits in Marshall, Shirley, Clinton, South Side near Damascus, Quitman and Conway tomorrow. James McDanlel of Jonesboro opened his campaign last night in Jonesboro for the Democratic nom- [ I nation to Congress from the First District. The 33-year-old lawyer launched an attack against Congressman E. C. Gainings' record and described him as a "Republican representative living off Democratic feed bags." conference. Peele called for a "well-pianned, far-sighted strategy for peace." He added, "the militarization of the American way of life will not convince the world of our peaceful Intentions." The Virginia bishop traced the Methodist program in broad strokes. He called for more money for Methodist colleges, closer church relations with labor and management, and approached the racial situation in the South with "our flrst affirmation is that of the Inherent dignity and value of the Individual-person." "Our second affirmation is that of respect for racial differences and Tor race integrity," he continued. "Despite the difficulties," Bishop battlaihlp or xlrcraft carrier from Bordenux on the Atlantic side 150 miles across the south ot France \ to the Mediterranean port of Sete in 30 hours. j Such a shortcut would cut three I days steaming off the present round-Gibraltar route. It also would provide an alternate wartime lifeline I between the western allies and their eastern bases. 1 Idta h Otd ! The canal Idea Is three centuries I old and has been proposed many I times before Current "cold war" ' talk, caused tiie plans to be hauled I out and dusted off once again. I The big switch is the time and ' money required to dredge the ditch and to install Its eight lock«. frencli engineers estimate it would Uk' 30,000 laborers eight years to finish the Job, at a cost o{ J600.000,- 000. American capital is wanted to finance part of tiie digging. Actually, * row-boat-Jtze canal built by 1 Louis XIV back In the nth century runs along the proposed canal route. Engineers figure widening it to 400 feet and dredlng it to 40 feet to take any ship afloat, except perhaps for the Queen Mnry, Peele said "the door of educational opportunity (for the Negro) must be opened In a far more adequate I way . . . Ignorance is dangerous." Teacher Sets Record SOMERVILLE. Mass. (UP)—John L. Hayward, 75, a Somervllle high school teacher, is retiring after setting a record of 33 years without being absent or tardy. OUR JULY SHOE SALE IS ON! PRICES CUT ON ALL SUMMER SHOES. BRING IN THE WHOLE FAMILY FOR THERE ARE BARGAINS TONE. Although the National Secretaries Convention namr-d June Dry "Miss Secretary of 1348," the prelty Reading, Pa., girl •won't stand a chance in 1949. She's quilling her job, and was offered several screen contracts. June, 19. won ihe title at tiie KSA's Hollywood, Calif., convention. LEADING LEGAL RESERVE COMPANIES, APPROVED BY INSURANCE COMMISSIONERS IN EVERY STATE IV THE UNION AND CANADA. QUICK SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS. A. F. "DEE" DIETRICH. Mgr. IK So. lit SI. Intrara Bld[. Phone tit WOMEN'S SHOES All Styles —All Colors 1 Pair 2 Pairs $2.79 $5 SHOP EARLY! MEN'S SHOES Sport Shoes in The Styles You Like NOW At the Pig Stan a 1 Old Fashioned PIT BARBECE The dtlicioue last* thrill of real, honest.-to-good•«•• pit barbecued pig i» yours now at the Pig 8Un4. You'Tt been wiitinf for it and now il's fc«r«. And pig s*ndwiche« ... only Z5«, RUSTIC INN SATURDAY ONLY! Men's LonjfWearing ARMY OXFORDS $5.95 pair Guaranteed SHOE REPAIR iile-U-Wait Heuer's Shoe Store 1.25 REVLON Match Maker Set - - - - 75c WAIT DISNEY WRIST WATCHES - - - $6.95 Picnic Jugs $2.95 Mexan* Heat Powder 25c & 50c Tartan Suntan 59c $2.98 DDT Bombs $1.75 Electric Fans, ... $4.75 up Both Caps 49c up AUmine Lotion, 8 oz 49c Electric Hoir Dryer $7.95 FITCH SHAMPOO and SHOWER SPRAY - - $1.19 ATOMIC WINDMILL CAPS 49< KIRBY'S Tfiree Stores Air Conditioned Il'« Got to Be Cool! Thousands of Tiny Air Vent* Let the Cool Breezes In! ft'* Cooler Inside These Towncmft* LIGHTWEIGHT WHITE SHIRTS 2.98 Here's a shirt as cool as a pine forest— and just as fresh looking^ The combed cotton fabric is ventilated with numberless tiny air holes to keep the cooling breezes circulating around you! And there 1 * enough tody to hold the trim lines. Beat the heat and look dressed up too! Get your supply now. Sanforized', Non-wilt Nu-craft* collars stay neat all day. Sises 14-17. «• •"•*• '*

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