The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1948 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 7, 1948
Page 12
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f PAQB TW«LV« Bt/rrniBviu,K (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Weather in June "•*• Warships PL in . .. Move Into HwwedVanaton p 0/es( ; ne Area Raitgtd Botfc High and Low, Rain Ended Drouth June ble\c boih hot and cool and •Jill* It produced only one day of nev-lM temjxralares. paved (he way for a Summer that \* likely lo •qual last year's scorcher, a rernp- Itulatlon of last month's weather statistics showed today. Chief feature of last month's meteorological meanderings was the end of a 2S-d»j dry spell that had left the last half of May bone-dry. A total of 4 96 Inches of r«In fell In June, more than doubling the l.ffl inches of May's moisture. It rained on 10 days in June »nd all but one tit lhe« rains came after ihe 15th. June's mean Umperlure—mid- way between the average highest temperature and the average lo^;- esr. reading— was 78.8 degrees. The WASHINGTON, July 7. The Navy said today that seven American warship* h»v» | e ft Jii- stanbul, Turkey, and Naples for "routine" opemttoni In the Med- itenanean. It said the departure of the vessels from those ports has "absolutely no connection" with the Palestine lituation. A spokesman said there was "nothing urgent" about the departure of the ships from Instanbul and Naples; that it was "all routine." The escort carrier Paiiluu atj.l the cruisers Hunthiftlon, Paige and Juncau left Instanbul one day early in a "speedup" of routine medi- terranean operations, (lie Navy said. H added that they will call n Cyprus, the island about 150 miles west ol Palestine— for reiirovision- ms ' and then join elements of the Six'li Task Fleet for routine opera" average maximum was S0.< degrees »nd (he average minimum was 61.9 degree* last month. The highest temperature record, ed here list month by Robert E. Blaylock, official weather observer in Blytheville, was 9g degrees on June 5. The temperature here lust month was M degrees on i l>mt 0< c " 11 '°' t!lc 0 "'cr two ship* June 1. I "is not known at this lime." Coolest June day was the 16th I A " Mven vwacls are unilx of when the mercury went no higher 1 thcSixlhTesk Meet assigned to the than 84 degrees. Warmest sleep- [ Mediterranean, ing weather was experienced June \ tions." The subsequent destination was not given. Ttie Navy said the destroyers Mr>.«ey and Meredith atld the aircraft carrier Kearsnge lelt Naples Tor "routine flight operations." The Massey then will go to Pi- leaus, Oreece. The Navy said the Obituaries Infant it Oraveslrt* «er»icM for Willie De«n Tate, Infant d»u(fliter of Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Tale, who reside »t the Air Base, were conducted Ilils morning »t (he Memorial Park Cemetery by Ihj Rev, Daniel Stafford, pastor of the Nn/.erene Church, The child died yesterday afier- noon at Walls Hospital niter being born the previous day. Survivors other than the parents Include two sisters. Wancia and Pfg- ey Tate and a brother.Teiry Tate. The Holt Funeral Home was In charge of th« arrangements. morning. Heaviest rainfall last .month was » hard shoK-er that brought l.U t another heavy rain fell during • hower. Other near-inch rains fell on June IT. when .»2,of in inch was recorded, mnd on the following day, which brought .91 of an Inch. Memphis Political Leader Has Words With Editor : MEMPHIS, Tenn , July r (UP1 — Political Leader E. H. Crump otter- ed today to "get my hat and leave Memphis: never to return" In a challenge directed at Edward J "'eernan, editor of the Memphis res-Scimitar whose newspaper has endorsed Rep. Este.s Kefauver fm- senator against the Crump-supported Judge John A. Mitchell o' pookeville. ' In a series of radio broadcasts delivered by Mayor James J plea;- •nts, Jr.. Crump lushed at Meeman and Kefauver, who dump pictured «s "communistic." i Crump charged that Meeman "Jins used every trick" lo cove-.- I Kefauver's ••.shameful record. Ttie veteran political leader charged that Kefauver "wa-s listed in the Communistic Dally Worker of New- York at one of the sponsors of a.i organiiatlon known a » - w i n ,|, e peace/" Crump linked Kefauver's name with other sponsors identified by Crump as "communists and communist sympathizers. Arab Takes Walk Sessions of ' | Security Council LAKE SUCCESS, N. T, July 7. (UP)—The representative of Ihe Arab Higher Committee of Palestine walked out ol the United Nn- tions Security Council session on Palestine today. Jnmiil El Hnsseinl left Ihe council chfitn(>er when a Soviet maneuver to have the,Jewish representative referred to as the ••reprcsciilR.- Uve of ttie slnte of Israel" was upheld by a council vote. "We enn't assist ill these deliberations as long as ibis term Is used by the chair." Hu.welnl SH |,| as lie took his walk. The session was snarled Immediately when Dmitri Mnnullskl Soviet Ukrainian delegate who is council president for July, invited tlie "Interested pnrtles" to tlie council table. In tlie meetings since May 15 when Israel wns proclaimed a Jewish state, the Jewish representu- tl>-e had been referred to by tlie council president as Ihe "reprcsen- tfllivc of the Jewish Agency." Maimilskl's action raised protests from Syria, the Unlleil Kingdom China, Belgium and Canarln but when the vote wns tnkeii after R,, hour's debate, only ttiesc five nations voted to overrule the Ukrainian-two less ttinn the required ma- Jouly ol seven. British Subjects Are Kidnaped by Irgun Zvai Leumi LONDON. July 1. (UP)—The British Foreign Oftlce announced today lhat members ol Irgun Zval I/eumf, Jewish extremist orgnni/it- tlon, last night kidnapped five Brit- ishers from Dulled Nations Truce Commission headquarter* In Jerusalem. Tlie Foreign Office did not know tile names of ttie British citizens kidnapped by the Jewish terrorists or whether they were UN truce oi>- servers. I H was .said only that it was • known'Hint they were taken by the IrgmilsU from • hutlding which was flying the United Nations truce nag. The Truce Commission protested to Jewish authorities, it was said and the British Foreign Office spokesman said "the British government tnkes a serious view of this, and assumes the five British cill- zens will be released immediately." The Foreign Office received the following message from the BM- ish consul-general in Jerusalem"Five British subjects were kidnapped last night by Irgun terrorists in Jerusalem from a building over which the nag nt the United Nations Truce Commission was flying. The United Nations Truce Commission hns protested to Jewish authorities." Motive of the Irgunhls In kidnapping British citizens at this time was not clear. The extremist organization has opimsed the idea of » truce In Palestine, t\nd fought against Ilaganali, the Israel Armv recently in „„ H ttempt to land amis In defiance of the truce. British Reject Protest From Poles on Germany LONDON. July 7. <UPI-Great Britain ,ns rejected a Polish protest against the six-power program $•?•/» Tanker Crewmen lnjurmtl During Fir* LUDINGTON, Mich., July 7 njPr —A fire that swept the oil tanker Edgewater, 'in Lake Michigan today and Injured teven crewmen three of them seriously, has been brought under control, the CoaU Guard reported. Five of Die Injured men were removed from the ship by a Coast, Guard PBY amphibia,, p|V ,„,„" Traverse City, whlcli had been summoned by radio appeals for aid J he master of the vessel reported by radio that one of u, e semi injured suffered R leg fracture and I'lo'irei ° a ' e '' 5 *'"* 1 ""' t| " llt " ol " e Tile Kdgewaler i s owned by tlie Ceveiand Tankers Corporation Q f Cleveland, O., and formerlv was operated by the Ford Navigation Company, a subsidiary of Ul , Fo , d Motor Company of Detroit. ^l B " liS " !' C , l>ly lo thf - 1>oli u 1 ™ 11 (lelil ' e '-ed to the j' """assy here ] n5t n(Rll ,. Livestock Damage Suit Dismissed LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. July 1 — (UPJ-A »M,700 damage suit filed by Susie Ryland Harlow of Boosler City, I^., against her nephew George Ryland of Grariy. Ark., was dismissed (oday .by F-ederiJ j ut)ge Thomas Trimble. Mrs. Harlow sought the damages from Injuries suffered In an nulo- mobile accident near Roe Art- June 17. 1947. The dismissal was based on * state law prohibiting close relatives of a driver from suing for Injuries resulting from an accident If Uiey were riding as guests. French NationalAssembly Approves Marshall Plan PARIS, July 7. trjPi— The 7 I ich National Assembly today approved the agreement with the United States on Marshall plan aid by vote of 336 to 183. Communist- deputies voted against the bilateral accord outlining the terms Tor M.^rslial plan aid and De Gaulllsls abstained. Conning Peaches? Famous FREE book tells suffess secret! SIMPLE TESTED PROVEN ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK - VARD6. III.. July 1. (UPJ— (USDAl — Live-stock ; Hogs S.500: nuiable 7..WO- tairlv active. Weight* 18 His n'nd up steady to 25c higher (han Tiicsdav 1 "' average. 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W, cordiaHy invil invil, evervone 0| , r lhe fi Wofch For Our Grand Opening Announcement at a Later Date PLATFORM (€«n«niM« from P M » 1.) ance wltl; inch > formula, antf by encouragement or selr-heli> programs," Holman said. Tlie committee began lo work amid Indications that Hie 18*8 plal- larm may Ignore president, Truman's civil rights program us a. peace gesture to the angry South At the same time. It was understood, (lie committee das been asked to include a strong endorsement vf Mr. Truman's opposition to the Ta ft- Hart ley labor-management nd. As an alternative to the Presidents specific civil rights proposals It wcu said, the committee has under study, a suggested plank that would assure equal rights for all races and creeds while pledging full support of state's rights. North-South Difficulties Rebellious Southern Democrats rejected Mr. Truman's call for federal ami-lynch and null-discrimination legislation on grounds such measures were properly a matter tor state action. The resolution committee also Is WEDNESDAY, JULY T, conventton £» P . y S de ' n » n «"»lf that Mr. SSf £&?**>»»»*• to Sen. Francis J. Myers, D. Pa chairman of the resolutions com- d'r mn °°? c .? ded """ «« Plalform- vln , 8 J° b *'° uld to difficult in vlcn of the party S p| tt 011 economic as well as racial Issues But he was confident it could be done As the curtain raiser, the committee called for testimony from spokesman for farm organizations : orlnnnl Frt.. .,..1.11 ., *>"•• •-•»iiuii.i, other thlngi, It l> prepared cling, the Con»re« with failui* to curb inflation or to pw, ,de- next Ml on the fact that the* Congrew provided th. postwar ln . come Us cut over • TV,-.I-._., . On social security, one proposal to be offered the committee- calls ' for a so per cent increase of social ; security benefits and a reduction of trie age limit from *5 to 60 years Democrati Not Rlunelc** The platform-drifters hope to Indict the Nth Congress without convicting Democrats w |io sei ved In it President Truman's veto of the — • ~, »,,G i.uiuuiji.ict: is expected to endorse tlie President's recommendations to the Republi- Taxes offer a similar problem Republicans will be campaigning But *] Democrat* 1m th* Hou» and 27 Democrats in th« Senit* voted with the Republican majority to override the veto and make the tax cut a reality. Myers' committee* best route out of that dilemma i> to promise tax cuts for (he lowest Income group, when they grt back Into power, • THITtUTH ABOUT STOP A» RUSTIC INN Otceola, Ark. Fried Iced CHICKEN MELONS Open 11 A. M.-12 p. M. During July and August M. I.,. Mayo, Proprietor fertou teto trt rmtM fcr ul iworu. 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