The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 10, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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PAGE EIGHT BJ/YTHEVILLU (AUK.) COU1UER NEWS WEUNKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 11)47 r Stassen Predicts Wide-Open Race "Avowed Candidate , For GOP Nomination -To Launch Campaign TjVASHjNQTON, .Sept: 10, (UP)— Harold £ Stnsson predicted yesterday "a wide opsn race" for the 19*8 Republican presidential nomiiiatio:i nid said he.would enter tlie Wls- cMsizi.GOP iirimnry next April. .Blassiri, only avowed GOP presidential candidate, told a news conference he Ijelicvcs that as of now no Republican haa the nomination "in, hand.'' Gtasscn said lie would enter :i full state of delegates in tlic Wisconsin primary. He said he would open a national drive for convention delegates at Milwaukee, WLs. an Nov. 24. He foresaw tlie possibility thai the Wisconsin primary would provide a tliroercornered race amoiiK himself. Gov. Thomas E. Ucvvey ol New York, and possibly Gen. Douglas M-icArtlmr. Tlic*'former Minnesota governor fold the news conlerence thai ho believed a \vulc-opc3i GOP presidential race.is developing, at least in part, by his own comments on national Issue*. He said this hud resulted in an earlier opening of the GOP noniination race "than perhaps some others wished " Stassen took issue with a .statement by Sen. Robert A. Tuft. !(., O. who told reporters in Columbus, O. that he 'did not believe the Tafl- Hartley labor bill would become issue In the 1348 campaign. Stassen said "basic labor policy' always is an issue. Tlie Tall-Hartley labor, law. he .said, comprises a mijor phase of thai issue. 'But at the same time Stassn predicted that with some, nimci amendments tlic Tuft-Hartley la'.i would become popular with laboring men generally ever the pcrio:! of the next few years. Stassen -said his Alilwaukee address would 1>2 made at a "major rally" and would touch off a "specific drive for delegates" to the 1943 Republican convention. Waitress Tells Of Indignities; Four Under Arrest OOALA, Fla.. .Sept. 10. (UP) — Mrs. Louise ,Beiuictt, 25 year old tavern waitress who was forcibly ubjected to & "crew-style" hair- ul ar.d stripped of her clothes said oday that she was wrongfully ac- cused of nlllcrtnij the cash rc;;U- ter o! SM. Mrs. Hcnnctt. Ijci'.rln^ brultcs nhoiil her nucli! body was picked ui> on the higliwuy by slate poll'.'c. S:ie said that she wits 'InuuJcd by Jack Uphiini. un<l his wilr, lirtt.\. her employers and two waitrc'SM's. idcn- lified as ISIllie Kiiby. '£i of Jx»il-i- vllle. Ky.. and Donnie .M!cchi"her, 22 of Sprlnylii'ld. Ohio. U|)h:ini, and the (hreu V.'omc:: wore chai'Bi'd with assault and baltL'ry and mayhem. Mrs. Bennett said I dial she wns In mi automobile with the others bjlnij driven home alter dosing linn; when an argument ! broke out over allied cash regis- j ler thefts. j The three waitresses were rldiii-,' In the rear of the automoUile. Ac- 'cm-dliij; to police. Upliam prodded jlhe other two waitiesscs lo bent • Mis. HeiMicll. 'I'he girls fought in the back seal while Upharn turned | off the highway into a wooded Mrs. lienncti said Mint the four of them pimuneled her and cut off her hair with a pocket hiilfe. Trains from London lo Edinburgh have phonographs and play records describing points of interest en route for the passengers. Edgar Allan HOC excened as n sprinter, jumper, fencer, boxer, and swimmer in his youth. NOTICE OF GRANTING OF LI- 4UOK FKKMI1 Notice Is hereby iiivcn that Ihe Commissioner of Revenues of tjie State of Arkansas has Issued a permit, <No. 552 lo Robert Sheiby Hunch to ^ell and dispense vinous or rpirlt- uous liquors for beverage al retail on tho premises dcscribeu as Main St. Manila, Arkansas. This permit issued on the 2nd day of Sept. 1947 and expires on the 30 (lay ol June, 1248. Hoberl Shelby Bunch Permittee. HEADACHE NOTICE TO PUBLIC The law offices of Gene E. Brad- Icy have been moved to 411 W. Main. (Across street from Montgomery Ward.) The pistol was invented by Ciir- mincllco Vitelli, of pis toy n. Italy, and (tcrivcd its name from that of Ihe town. The tail of a comet is so thin that the earth could pnss through it and no one hut the astronomers Would realize It- FARM LOANS At Lowest Rate -..'.. Long Term Quick Service A. F. Dietrich Uni|ptl Insurance Agency 10« Si. 1st. St. Ingrain Opens at 6:15 p.m.; Starts 7:13 p.m. Wednesday- & Thursday "NOCTURNE" Kith Gcoree Haft ami Lynn Jlari Fox Movietone News Also Short Subjects New Theater Finest Bb«W5 EVBRT riXSHT Matinee 8alnrd»y A Bnnda* •i Opeu Week Dijt !:•* ^ Wednesday & Thursday "LOVE AND LEARN" Jack Carson and Martha Vickcrs Also Short Subjects RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "NEWS HOUNDS" : with Lc« Gurcry anil the East Side Kids News anrt Comedy Good School Grooming /'-','•'••""-'•'.•''.'•,"•«',<>*>''' ;iA' J^^y^llf ^ /s/ ^^m GABARDINE By MCGREGOR Tan—Green—Wine MEADS FOR QUALITY- FLANNEL TOO' Wool By MCGREGOR Solids - Checks - Plaids JCHCCL $10-13.50 —MEAD'S FOR QUALITY MAN! Heller fnlluu tlii'Nc leads r.inv, rather !li;u\ miss a sine scoop (in all your suorl shirl needsj . . . we've KC>! I hem here in handsome array — snorting numhers for every man's day-by-day livini;. ..\|] wilh charactciiKlic ijiialilies of com Tor I anil practicality. Ion! SCOTTISH PLAIDS By ARRO W $7.95 MEAD'S

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