The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 22, 1948
Page 5
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THUTtOTUT, JANUARY «8, IMS BIATHFA'n.LK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGB FIT* Sfassen Seeks Votes in South GOP Primary for Arkansas Holds Special Interest ., B " ta ' in Discuss Bases /„ No . Patient, or Stubborn, Cat Stays in Tree for More Than 100 Hours UTTLE ROCK. Ark., .Jan. 22. yillp)—Former Gov. Harold Stas- j ^rn of Minnesota yesterday said' he would enter Arkansas' Rcpnb- i lican preferential presidential Pi'i-i(j, 0 mary scheduled [or April 20 if the MEMPHIS, Tcnn., Jilll. 22. tUP) —A cal-cliRslnR don slarled this story six days HKO when Mis. Robert U. Cokcr *?ked a netfihUor LONDON, Jan. 22, <UP> — Con-1 over lo lake her picture tor a Mriicltou of a chain of Anglo- I s0 " In Hawaii. American air bases on (he Modi- The neighbor broiiRlit, along her U'rranean coast, ol Cyrenaica. llic i dofi hut before the shutter was Eastern section of Libya in North clicked an alley cat whisked past Africa, is under discussion "at a Mrs. coker wllh Ihe 'log In hoi very hifih level." Informed military I pur.snll. reported yesterday. I The cat. .scampered up • (all Informants said they understood ' black gum {iff. That was five days inK temperatures more than 100 ] hour.s." But Mvs. C'okcr said "No." Kh<? said she's a cut lover, tluil her son III Hawaii loved cats and allcr all It was partly her fnult heennse shi! asked Ihe nelghter with Ihc rnm- era over. Meantime, (he cat's .stILl silting. Hiving New Twist I'Ull.ADKl.l'lllA (111')—•riii-rc'* new twist Ui R sately earmwlii ( 'i'hey are yvearniK whtle clocks wllh the niiincrals "I14"—Ihe number of pedestrians killed on I'lillii- itriphln streels dmliiK the, flrsl II (itonlhs of lot',' on .spnltlnx n I"'- Wlille-sinorkeil members o( the idcslrlan who encianKci's his own Junior Chamber of Commerce an-! llfo or it in«1<ii Isi whose itrlvlni! Irani li-llliiR him h« i pohitiiieuv with death, viillfoinliL has Uie oldest weather ret'ords nl any .state. These ore Lho annuul Kiowth iltin-i in the ancient mid-city areas j Jeopardl/.e. safety reminders hand (ho tithi^'.s. the ifrtr vloliiior a pihitcd between the American nnine.s of at i\vo other pras- ppctive L'fuuilcintos n\*o were placed on the ballot. Stnssen, stopping briefly at the I.iUle Rock airport en route front Tulsa. Okla,, to ChattanooRa. Tenn.. told state Republican officials that it no other party hopefuls' names were entered In the Arkansas primary. he still might consider appearing as a candidate. Hta.Vien .said he was interested In Arkansas' potentialities ns a point of increasing Republican strength in the South. He had found "a lot" of interest in Southern stale* in develop- Inp Ihfi party, he .inld, and that Aii; was one of the few pine- e.s In the traditionally-Democratic I area where a pojwibih'ty existed to build up [he two-party .system. Stas?en reminded the Arkansas Republican leaders that preferential primaries In Wisconsin on April fi and Nebraska April 13 would serve as 'lead-offs." for Nort-h- Central and Plains States." : "Arkansas would be a wood lend- ; off for the South," he said. ' The former Minnesota governor jtaid the state held added Importance from a convention standpoint because Arkansas stood at. the top of the roll call list of . He asked Stale Republican Chairman Osro Cohb It the local > | GOP committee could meet any : •Mil of the $40.000 filing fee established yesterday. Cohb said the Arkansas Republicans lv,\d no money to foot the bill. Stasstrn said he would "try to let," the Arkansas GOP rormmtlrn . know by Feb. 10 his decision on j I whether lie will enter the primary. • and Uriti.sH governments were Inl- tinted by the United States. City and Shelby C'ounty humane officials tried In vain to lure hrr They said several bases were I rto »: n ' * lon * l wle *" h » no ° se °" contemplated Iwtween ne»Bliazl IL falled lo lasso . thc ral and Tobnik, Die port cities that ladders were too short antt lee were the scenes of bitter fleWlnc 'orm«tloiw from the recent 2- cluring the North African cam- | '"c' 1 snowfall made tree climbing l>at«ri.s ! precarious. "The oulv thuiR," .s<\Ul a buily I he proposed Inrormnnts ; h|]m|ine so< ,' let . v official. "Is lo shoot -said, would be smaller than the | „ ' transport base which (he United I States Is reopening at Mellall}, [The.y were described outside Tripoli'In Western Tripoli- j "more tnnia, the western part of Libya. ' basefl. in the nature of tactical NOTICE! \V» are pleased (o anniHinre Ihst Mr. Lewis I'roottir has .joined our-slaff <tf Irained mechanics. Lewis invites his friends and former customers to visit him in our repair denarlmcnt. 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