The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1948 · Page 11
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tlDAY, JTJT.Y t, 19« of Janey Approves Open Delegation Central Committee's Action Follows Early Opinion of Governor LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 1. HUP!—Gov. Ben Laney expressed Ip faction yesterday over the Detn- fjicr, lie Ceijtral Committee's de- /sion to semi ail unfnstrucled dele-] Ui n to the national convention' y'liilidelphln later this month. M iei'~who Is an active leader of /<""U ,to block the nomination of resident Truman at. tlie convent—said the action "suits me (111; governor liad earlier ex- ted the opinion that the deieea-| MI iliould be left uninstrncted ami ^)ts, before ami 'luring the con' " D take advantage of derelop- chief executive declined corn- on what the delegation might Philadelphia but added, "one is definite. Arknn.sas's dele- is against the nomination of 'ruman from (he beginning." added that the Arkansas 's action would probably rie- laigcly oti a states rh;hl cau- ichedulcd in Philadelphia on 11. one day before the open- f the convention. quite sure a definite plan be developed at that caucus,' irt. "And it may fall the lot of Arkansas delegation to take definite action. However, ng and surnnzinp at this time be out of place." lier Laney had expressed the (ARX.y COURIER xnn PAGE BLITVEM Crisis in Berlin BERLIN -j-f — -, - '3,000,<)00<«tfi»»jMa, _ IrJSK MM M MfefMmt rf I**.'. l«i.I •"••- USS»«.,| (S J* •Heap* H (•«« it M wttt«r« •!!*• « . $.!««*». t<>k«tii»g propaganda •*•>•*! All i«4r t fw» *fG*rimri cunt ncv. Two Killed, Seven Hurt in Crash in South Arkansas HOME, Ark., July ». IUP)-Two persona died and (even other* were injured late last nlehl when a peach truck mid a pick-up truck loaded with yoimt peoi)le collided In Ble»li«, Ark. The dead mt June May. 1«. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Honirr May of Palmos and R, E. Enibree, »1. of Hope. In a Hojie hospital and not ex- Ifccled to live !• Margaret Raw, nbowl 10. daughter ol Mi. and Mrs. N. J. Ross of Ko]>e. The young people In the pick-up were on their way to Little River to go fishing. Also Injured and In hospitals here are Jack Houser. 23, of Blevins. driver of the pick-up truck and Dealree May, 18. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jewel F. May of PatmoR. Three others were not believed to be seriously Injured. I Walter Lee, M, of Prescoll. driver ' of the peach truck, » - «s In a Pre_s- colt hospital where attendants described his condition as "not. scii- ous." Mao Ingrjh'slits factors in the Kussiant' critical Berlin blockade which threatens starvation to the millions of Germans in the capital regularly fed by the U. S. Western Allies have 15,000 troops in Berlin, 12,000 of them combat soldiers, almost totally dependent for military supplies on the single highway and railroad from the U. S. and British occuoalioc zones. u«icm Eviard, Attorney for rlalnUffa. Protect Your Loved Ones See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! H4MI CeurUt INvt Waul Ao*. j PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed He«t |>ri(e« Kirby Drug StoreS i ATLACIDE j Kills ! Johnson Grass j E.G. Robinson j Lumber Company • SIS West Ash St. SPECIAL Beer Per Case •ed Tot Ale fiM <irle*ed)rck $J.li rabui Ulue Ribbon JJ.TS BudwrilKT ^3.75 Russell Marr Liquor Store m So. 2nd St. J'hon* SOT THE TOT SHOPfr AAX"^X— ' * Everything for Children !.„ UP t.« r 110 S. Second PhoM 2M«{, Closed Wednesday after* •."•' noon r°» Three-Year-Old on Cross Country Trip Falls Unnoticed from Truck PRESCOTT. Ark., JJly 2.—(UP) that Ccn. Dwight Elsenhower '—A batlered three-year-old blonde! ... _. he only man "who could solid- Birl was returned to the arms of her fflllDllly Singer mother yesterday, 12 hours after T en fl*«*« Gavt she was found wandering in the le country." cClellan Backs Eisenhower was joined yesterday by an- NOTICE OF GRANTING or UQUOH PKHMIT Notice te hrteby 'Riven that the Commissioner of ncvrnuen of the Stafc of AvhaiUM lias Issued a |wr- j mil, No. 21i to n. s. Simmons to sell jatid [lispfm^e vlnoils or spirituous I liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described us 103 So. Division St.. Blythevllle, Ark. This permit Issued on the 1st day of July, 1948 an desphe; 0:1 Use 3!a'. day of Dec., 1MO. B. S. SIMMONS Permittee 1129 darkness on U. S. Highway 67 near influential member of the! Emniett, Ark s delegation when Sen. John i The mother, Mrs. J.. W. Hord, Jr., IcClellan said in Washington ol IMUe Rock ' sald the child IeH Tennessee Governorship KNOXVJtLE, Tenn., July 7. (UP) —Hillbilly singer Roy Acuff was formally entered In the Republican = = the m>»t a.s ine ue.xi, •;• """' ""*•"• '•"" '"- ..,•.,," race for governor of Tennessee from the rear of the truck In which,; ": ..';;./ , »'•"""«« dent of the Uniteri Stales is the family was iopc of the world in this pre- j Ro = k to Fort Worth, Texas. .... ' Olln r.Al.4 .l,n n k , '^ _,Unr iiK from nne '" h.l« * ith the of who polled the heav- She said the child whose front • teeth were knocked out and whose crisis." Clellan characterized the gen- as a man "whom all of our body *»•' covered with bruises, was ds will entrust with their full " ot missed until morning when they dence and our enemies will re- , halted at Mt, Pleasa_nt. ^Texas, and fear." • lest vote ever accorded a GOP nominee for the state's highest post. No sooner had the guilar-pluni- ing Union County native announced his availability for the nomination | "I was frantic," Wie '20-year-old ney" declared nothing would be mother of three tolci United Press, to prcssue the Arkansas dele- She said she immediately contacted n Into voting for or against st "' e Police and learned that a two- Trunian state call was out in an effort to i f, anwhile. a slight crack was locate the babe's parents. J >n In the group when three of the • Mrs - H ° rd iald th < tot ' s nl »ne was I delegates announced they will Marilyn Joyce. • [te for the Democratic nominee, Hospital attendants had earlier I matter who he may be. Roy Milan of Harrison said !1 not walk out on the parly." questioned the girl but because of ' broken teeth and swollen lips un• derstood the name to be "Mary Hoi- WARNING ORDKR Odls Taltey Is warned to appear in the Municipal court of the | City of Blylheville, Arkansas, with- I in thirty days next after the dale '; hereof, to answer a complaint filed against him In said court by Tom A. Little, Ooldie F. Little and S. G. Shclton, partners, doing business as Shelton Motor Company. Dated this Ifith day of June, IMS. W. I. MAUN, Clerk .,,1 B , n ..« v , ,. VJ »«i I..IL iiuiiiiiiavw ri . .... .QJQ than John Wesley Kilgo. Greene-I ria]r °' Ju "£,^ 9 : ville attorney and himself a miber- I natorial candidate, came out for jam Levine of,Pine Bluff added bert" or "Holford. will remain a loyal Democrat." Her father i« Staff S»t. J. W. id R. A. Young, Jr., of Fort Smith Hord, Jr., now stationed at Tort Sill, Okla. M. H. Wakefield of Dallas, Tei., Acuff. Kilgo'l support was taken by political observers to mean that he would iirnore his own qualification as a candidate for the GOP nomination. Friends were reported, in fact, to have approached Kitgo and asked him to tate a managerial position in the coming state campaign. Acuff laid he would accept the Republican nomination If it were offered to him. CITY DRUG CO. INC. R. I Thompson Permittee lid "I will vote for Truman if the '^legation is unlnstructed." ijThe states rights Democrats have driver for Strickland Truck Lines, itreed to meet at Birmingham July spotted the child on the highway J'/ after the national convention—to about 1 ;05 a.m. this morninf. After l;lake appropriate action" if Presi- ?.ent Truman is nominated. Two Bot/ies Recovered Afttr Boat Capsizes conducting a Iranttc «arcn lor a MARYVHJJB, Tenn.. July J. (UP) possjble wreck he turned the child —Police reported today that the bo- : over to. Beverly Johnson of Hope' d i M 0 , . ,-oup,,. who drowned while ! who took her to the hospital at boating on Fort Ixmdoun Ijike have : been recovered. Deputy James Beeler said the ! body of Brownson Emmett, 23-year- Spiritual Aid Aim Of European Tour n n . x%rr- • I *" B "" ""•=•=-'iium.ii!> v* u """J—iiouna Jast. night and that of Miss DV DO D tlSl (jtllCIOl Eaid they had -^OPP** 5 shortly be- Dicie Marie Covlngton, 22, Rock' ~ , rore midnight at an all-night cafe. I ford, WM found this morntnf. The HEW YORK July 2 (UP)—Dr ' " We put tne children to bed." she j two died when their motorboat cap- C. Oscar Johnson, president of the . s »'f' "?, nd "louglit they would be 1 3 i z ed. A Uiir<J occupant swam to Baptist World Alliance and pastor i a ,/ ,; Pre.scott. \ Mrs. Hord—who was riding In the 1 cab with her father-in-law, 3. W. Hord, Sr., of Port Worth, and hold- i old ALOCA lumber worker was her three-months old baby— I found last night and that of Miss of the Third Baptist Church of St. Louis, left La Guardia Airport yesterday for a two-months tour of eijiht European countries. He said he would coordinate relief efforts for minority groups and try to aid in the reconstruction of churches. "Europe needs such clothing and everything material, but most of "\\ it needs spiritual encourage- ^nent," Dr. Johnson said. "My purpose is to contact as ma- ry groups of Christians as possible and to help them know that we in the U. S. care about them," he said Dr. Johnson s^id the first, stop on his tour would be Stockholm. Marilyn was accopipanled In the rear of the truck by her 15-months old sister, Barbara June, and their uncle, Dick Hord of Fort Worth. •We did not miss her until we stopped in Texas." Mrs. Hord said she and her family were enroute to Texas to live with her husband's relatives until 'he'Is able to find living quarters [or us at his arrny post." BIDDIE BANTERS by Hubbord Hdw. Co. YTA.BAM rvtCKNM UP MIGHTY FAS! Fishing and Hunting Equipment-. . Read Courier News Want Acit. Harrier, or GRANTING or I.iqilOR PERMIT Notice ia hereby given that the CommiMioner of Revenues of the State 01 Arkansas has Issued a permit, No. 119 to City Drug Co. Inc., to sell and dispense vinous or spir- itous liquors for beverage at retail on the premise* described at 101 E. Main, Blythevllle, Ark. Thi* permit Issued on the 1st day of July, I>« and expires on the 30irt MY COOKING IS GOOD But You Can't Beat The Food At Johns Cafe Klliotf Johns 409 West Main A Week-end ure — J* yours when you include Schenley in your plans . . . because Schenley i» more mellow, definitely -UtS« SCRENIEY W'^Cft SEE YOUR PONTIAC DEALER Sales - Service - Parts Goodwill Used Cars SMITH PON i I AC CO. BI.YTHLV1I.I.1- \ K K Minnie Lee Jones Studio Opening Summer Classen In PIANO Knroll Now SOT ChickasawbH Tuition 1'hone Gatewood Grocery State Lint Phone 975 GAS GAS Reg., Gal. Ethyl, Gal. 20k 22k Whiskies 1-2 Pt. Ph 5th Seagram "7" .... 1.35 2.65 4.15 Calvert 1.35 2.65 4.15 Bonds 2.25 4.35 6.90 Cigarettes (any amount) On. .. 1.38 'And you don't have to buy gasoline) Concrete Tile Sewer Tif« Sixes 4, 6 »nd A Inch Culvert Tile Sizes tl. 12, 1.1, II. 21, 24. M and 36 Inch A. H. WEBB HWT 61 at Slate l.ln* Phone Btylhevllle 714 FOR SALE Building Blocks Concrete AQUELLA and TITEKOTl Water Proofing Paints 12-18 INCH CONCRETE. CULVERTS 1'lain or Reinforced We Deliver Osceola Tile and Culvert Co. Phone 691 If you're hurrying—we can rebuild your shots in shortest lime possible hy KKAL workmanship. Of course, close prices, best material. H-flLT€RS QUHLITY SHO£ SHOP 121 w MOIN ST. I»ca! & Long Distance Hauling Moving a Sptcialty Anytime — Anywhere Any P)»c« Buck Meharg 401 E. Main Sh Phones: IHy 918 Night 2986 STUDEB AKE RS T U D E B A K Chamblin Sales Co. E R STUDEB A KE HKM)qi)AKTKUS FOR USED CARS & TRUCKS 1917 CMC I ton 19IB Kord l'/i Ion Slake 11M1 Chevrolet '/, Ion I!)II l-Wd '/i (on And Many Olhi'rs on Our 2 Lots COMI'l.liTK SKKVICK ltK<-,\KTMKNT I'AKTS AND ACCKSSOKIKS "Vnnr Kriciully Sludeliakcr Denier" It. K. * A.sh ' Phone 2195 T U D E B A K E R RS WHEN BUILDING ; Buy the Best in Lumber from a ! GOOD LUMBER YARD! j 100% HOME OWNED I BUILDERS SUPPLY, Inc. Vhone 2882 .). Wilson Hcnrv HiKhway fit South *:••' \\. H. P*as« !- flim $i£ you* Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mtrcury Deafer "KventuHlly We Will Ite Recommended to You" / Walnut at Flr.il rhonj 4311 «• ill* ^ m BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 Does Your Car Need Washing? Greasing? Oil? Tires & Tubes? Tire Repairing? Acme Accessories? See Cotton Graham at Cotton Graham Service Station Cities Service Products Ark-Mo Stale Line Phone 4904 Ciife Now Open Radio Servke •t iH Ictt! All New FM Test Equipment All Service Guaranteed Bfythcvflle Salts Co. F«lix Carney 138 E. Main Phone 3816' STOP LOOKING/ were 6&r r#£ MM e* COME IN AND SEE THEM EAST END AUTO SALES MS E. Mala Phone 4191 A NATURAI, AID FOR EXCESS ACIDITY MounUin Valley Water, bottled and M»l«i ftt U» springs, Is A natural aid in eliminating pofaooc from the system. Not, a loxntive, It works g*ntl]F through the kidneys. Ask your doctor about thli fnmous health wnter from Hot Springs, Aik. It has been prescribed lor more thin 79 yetrs. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main »n4 Olrtjtoa BlythevilK, Ark.

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