The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 29, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 29, 1947
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fAGB TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWP. MONDAY, DECEMBER », W4T Prepare For Big Election General Chiang Slated Te Become Pretident Early In May of 1948 By atefcert Ctanaaa <V»*tat ma. SlaM Cerreoendent) NANKING, Dtc. » (UP)-Local porltleal inurce* aald today they aa* no doubt thtt Generalissimo Chianf Kal-*bek wocld b* elected •I tht fint prt.lJ*nt of China under toe new eonatltuttpa when the National Assembly holds • Its first meeting March ». They aald Cnianc probably would be incguntad May I, thereby be- •otninc tht tint head of tht Chinese forniunent with the title ol "presl dent" to n yean. The otfice now 1 called 'chairman of the national gov •roment." , With the presidency apparently (orecoce conclusion, attention 1* fo «u»td on the contest tor vie* presl dtnt between the incumbent Bun IV and Tu Jen, current chief of th control Yuan. . , The reaction of moit Chinese.t< th* formal promulgation of China new constitution took the form o eauUou. expressions of hope the th* document may eventaully lea to an improved government for th nation'* masses.' SHU Mut Lick CommunliU enthusiasm over the new constitutional era, however, wa> tempered by the realization that the government U fighting with its back to the wall. The constitution cannot be implemented until the Communists are defeated and central authority established throughout China. The eyes of China were still fixed on th* battlesfleld and the cost of living. : Gun Fo, aon of Dr. Sun Yat Sen, hailed th* new constitution as the moat effective weapon against Com- munlat propaganda, saying It represent* th* fulfillment of the Kuo- mintarig's promise despite enormous obstacles. Sun said Implementation of constitutional measures would b* imperfect for a long time to come, but this did not lessea the atgnlflcance of the step taken. Benefit* Enumerated Non-official quarters for'the mos part reserved opinions, waiting t< see If the government would be abl to *nlorc* th* constitution. The, conceded that th* document In It Kit was excellent, but warned tha there were many more "excellen documents" in China.' Among the earlier benefits «i petted from the new New Pickup Service—For Humans Mon-Hours Lost In Strikes to Be another lent • drawn . mined enough votes to wrely ahead of Governor Laney'. lomlnatlon of th* Mth General An- other tap .tori*., nnkini juai LOWCSt SlIICC '44 out «* tht Hnt:tw. included: The droufht which caused a lou x> Arkaiuu farmers estimated at 46,000,000; the beginning of the State-Federal Hospital construction program; tht' Benton County tornado which killed nlz»; the visit of Gen. Dwifht Bacnhower; failure of the Arkanaaa Raiorbackj to live up to pre-*eason dope; the plane crash on Mt. Magazine In which five died; a fire near Benton Sept. It In which seven member* of the John WallakM family died; total- i WASHINGTON, Dec. » (DP) — Labor Department expert* predicted yesterday that the Urn* lost from •trllui thi» year would be the lowest sine* the lut full war year of 1944. They foncut unofficially that the man-days Idleness caused by strikes this year would be leu than 35,000,000. The loss was 118,000.000 last year, 38,000,000 in 1945, and 8,720,000 In 1M4. latlon of th« Moat R«rV. Albert LewU I However, tht totm. win .till be Fletcher u bishop of the Lltt!« mor « than double th. 1935-39 aver- Rock Diocese; the discovery of a beef-like dairy product by Dr. Harriett sure of the University of Arkansas; and the beating and mur- dar. of • UtUe Hock businessman, B. I* Kamhouae. Some of the white sand dunes In San Luis valley, Calif., rise to a helfht of 1000 teet. age annual loss of 16,100,000 man- days. The Department said that fewer strikes began last month than in any month since December, IMS and man-days ldl*neaa fqtm work- stoppages was the lowest "since February, 1945. Officials aald December would better these marks. Statisticians' eatlmat* that the population of the world la Increa*- ing more baa n.00,000 dally. IN THE FKOBATE COURT FUR THE CHICKASAWBA DI8TBJCT OF MIL- U8BI**I COUNTY, ABE. IN THE MATTU OF TU ESTATE OF H. r HENSON, DECEASED ' NOTICE- TO CEEDITOU Notice i. hereby liven that the undersigned was on this day appointed AdmlnUltator of the E»tat* of H. f. Henson, Deceaaed. All persons.having claims against *ald estate are hereby notified to exhibit them to the undersigned Administrator, properly authenticated, within ttx month* from tht date of the first publication of thla notice or they will be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in •aid estate. The address of the undersigned Administrator Is RFD No. 2. BlytheviUe, Arausfcu. Thl* the l»th day ol December, !M7. LOUIS O. HENSON, Administrator of the Estate ol • H. F. Henson, Deceased Holland and Taylor, attorneys for the Administrator. Testing a new human pickup In Pittsburgh, Pa., daredevil B*rni* Cain Is whisked through th« atr and pulled into tl» plan*. Caia, wearing a special harness, sat on the (round until the plane trailing • long rope, with book at the end, swooped down and yanked him into the air. Breaking of McLaughlin Rule At Spa Tops State News in 7947 1. CUU terrlce appointments has* •o merit rather than nepotism. 1. Less secrecy In government. 1. Vxpoundlng ot the specific rign. and duties of the people, as well aa riatrlctloni on officials. til* cooUes and working* people moved the lengthy telephone atrik. solidly inuj fourth place. The walkout practically paralywd communications for more than a month. However, all of the year'i news was not ol a serious or tragic «a lure. While not making the top ten , Arkansa:.' part in the hllarlou. I chase of the "flying saucers" claimed many a headline. And al through the year the citizens en Joyed the guessing game provided by Gov. Ben Laney. Will he ru a flock of lower position, to lead \ f ^l™ ""» »"' wcr w " de in United Press' poU of radio and lavetl untu By Bob Brown United I'resji Staff Correapondent LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 29. (UP)—Technical delays and strategy may have brought about the acquittal of Hot Springs ex- Ma'yor Leo F. McLaughlin on the first of 18 charge* but they also kept the sUiry lu the headlines long enough lo gain it the title of "Arkansas story of 1M7I" newspaper editions, In second place was the tragic and violent tornado which claimed 15 lives In Pine Bluff funning communities June 1. •J The McLaughlin yarn was un- 'l-derway as the year opened and as •oritlrmed to have almost no reaction onc editor said "for sheer volume to the new jovemment. Questioning ol headlines and sustained public of numbers of "men In the street" interest, it must be rated first." The revealed they had no clear Idea story moved Into high gear, In mld- of what It's all about/ or were too Mnrch when the 20-5 ear-boss of the preoccupied with the battle tor sur- g pft withdrew from the mayoralty Ylval to think ol any problems ui- 1 rft oe and was Indicted on misconduct In office charges. The climax cnme last month with his acquittal on the first charge by a Mont| gomery County jury. relatcd'to wages and prices. Lrtt/e Rock Man Again Named Civilian Aide to Secretary of fne Army TORT BAM HOUSTON, Tex., Dec S9 (UP)—J. Outran Conway. vice- president of the r>deral Home Loan Bank of Little Rock, has been re- •ppolnted civilian aide to the Secretary ol the Army lor the State of Arkansas. The announcement was made here today by Oen. Thomas T. Handy, commander of the Fourth Army. Conway has served in this capacity continuously since 19Z3. He is a veteran of World War I. Before World War n, as a member of the Military Training Camps Association of the United States, he was a consistent advocate of voluntary military training, particularly In the citizen* military training camps. During World War n he was member ol the Arkansas State De- lenae Council and was especially active in war bond, Red Cross and USO work. Conway's appointment is for four year., and he will serve without pay. Things Looking Up 1», 1MB, by a lu ditch Laney announcement. Fifth and sixth positions fell to related stories—the legislative in vestlgatlon of the State Hosplta and the light over establishment o a medical center at the Little Roc unit. The medical center «tory was climaxed when the Arkansas Supreme Court upheld the talldlty of its plans. Th^ actually started with what editors said was the seventh best story. On Jan. 1 Little Bock Chief of DetccUves O. N. Martin killed police Lieut. O. T. D«ubler and then committed suicide on a lonely, snow encrusted road near North Little Rock. And in eighth place—and probably lirst among sports storlej — was the fight over establlshmen of a $1.000,000 memorial stadium. The squabble started in the legls- Por dramatic impact the shoot- Ing of 56-year-old Hal P. McMath of Hot Springs by his daughtcr-ln- law on Aug. 7 had no equal. Editors placed It third among stories of the year. Mrs. MoMath. wife "f , Garland Prosecutor Sidney 3. Me-. iature. continued through the Math, was Inter absolved o( blame courts and was topped When con- by a grand jury. tracts were let for the huge athletic Proving an old newspaper rule plant in Little Rock. that the Important story is the one The rehabilitation effort, on the affecting the most people, editors Missouri and Arkansas Railroad, Mats t/oun? "RED TOP ALE! Don't be milled) Don't b* confused I Don't oecept tubttitutes I (tod* Sam** newest l-yt»r>-cM Norman iff, look* M )( he'i folni __ Mot to the U. 3., as he •rifle a* UfiMidi* HtM, H. If, FRED S. SALIIA CO We* Aak fit bta wUo fc. Cnuui I. H DRASTICALLY REDUCED! ''i \ Fall's Newest Fashion Successes in COATS and SUITS Basketball Uniforms We have them in ttoek at competitive price* There's no basketball made —better than MacGregor Goldsmith 1 Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Bdea 4. « as* « [nth Culvert Tile Slae* It, It, 15, II, 11, W, M and M Inch A. H. WEBI Bwy. 41 at State Ua* BlytlMTtU* TU PRODUCTS J WATKINS Now Armilablt { A Complete Lin* ; Famous Since 1868 J Mrs. B. Justus, Dealer ; 1411 Ash St. Phont 3115 • City Radio -Service- Dial 2407 r*r Expert Repair* «4 East Mala «t Felix A. Carney f RADIO REPAIR 1 AND J DAY SERVICE O» ANY MAKE OR MODEL. HE- LIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALL I HAN Electrical Appliance Co. 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