The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 23, 1947
Page 7
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TUESDAY, 8KPTEMBKU 23, 1947 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE 8EVKN Tail Strength Is Questionable Warren Has Control Of California; Other. Delegates Still Free By RAYMOND UUIK (United Press Buff Correspondent) RENO, Nev., Sept. 23. U)P> — Sen. Robert A. Taft, R, O.. chalked up a second big question mark yesterday on his roster of western states tills time beside Nevada. ' Taft's chances of winning support for the 1948 Republican Presidential nomination were juit =s uncertain In Nevada as they were in California. After 11 days with Taft in the two states, the consensus of political observers and politicians indicated only that: (!) California's Gov. Earl Wi\r- rcn r»ould control and l>c the lirst choice cniulidftte of Uis state's 53 convention delegates, and (21 Nevada's seven delegates probably would go to the convcntioi without committments. After an overnight stay at l,nkc Tahoe near here. TafL was planning to nisppct the Shasta Dam project In California and then head for the northwest where lie will spend the remainder of this week. The. belief that il was "too early" to assess the prospects of ' Republican presidential aspiranUs was evident In both California and Nevada. Thai situation was complicated by uncertainty over Warren's intentions. There arc many who believe that Warren himself is eager to be. a candidatc\ lor the nomination and that he can command substantial v-estem support outside California if he should run. Taft will deliver two speeches in Seattle Wednesday and then will slip back to Tacoma. Wash., for a major speech on Foreign Policy Thursday night. From, there he will travel into Oregon for weekend conferences at Portland and a speech at Gearhart before a Republican meeting. As he left here for Like Tahoe yesterday Taft issued a statement calling on the United States to support the recommendations of the United Nations Committee on Palestine. The committee proposed partitioning the country into Arab and Jewish states and admitting 150,000 Jewish immigrants. TaCt called the majority report "a sound compromise of the dangerous controversy which has ex- proposal would "remove a sore si>ot istetl.' 'He said the immigration in the economy of Europe and reduce the seriousness of the problem of displaced persons in Europe. Renounces Race Inspired by Sine-lair Lewis' novel, "Klngsblood Royal," Rev. Kenneth L. 1'allon, above. 30- year-old Madison, Wis., Unitarian minister, has said tliixt he will henceforth consider himself a "colored num." Unlike the fictional liero, Patton has no Negro blood, but is part Indian. He believes his action will enable him lo wage war on discrimination and intolerance. Miss Effic Barrett, both of Manila Truman Cash and Mrs. Melta Jean Cash, both of Manila; Andrew Jackson and Miss Lois Vanland- inghnm, both ol Manila; Dave Baker of Osceola and Mrs. Stella H. Price of Uivervailc; Williniv Roberts of L:a?hvlllc.und Miss Ven- cttn Jobc of Manila; and Eugene Rolram of Dlyihevillc and Dclore. Shoemaker of Osceola. Read Courier Want Ads FARM LOANS Ai Lowest Hate Long Term Quick Service A. F. Dietrich United Insurance Agency 106 S. 1st. St. Ingram Bldg Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses were issued Hero recently to Paul Miller and Mirss Monda Muriel l/on<r. both of Hor- nersyille, .Mo,; J. D. Jeffries and (Miss Juanita Richardson, both of Blytheville; William Oscar Elliott and Miss \Vllla Lou Bailey, both of Polosi, Mo.; James Tapp of Luxora and Miss Virginia Anderson of Blytheville; Johnnie Hall and Mrs. Bady 'Lambert, both of Manila; Doyle Edwin Boone and Miss Opal Maxlne Pigg, both of Portageville. Mo.; Gerald Still and Miss Jean' Hennessee, both of :.innila. Le»'Ls 'Mathews of Morley, Mo., and Miss Louise Lawrence of Sikeston, Mo.; Hershi'1 House and Miss Rachel Morgan, both of Blytheville; W. «. Pierce and Miss Lila Faye Yancy. both of Blytheville. Arnald Lee I/3mp!ey ana Miss Kathryn Woods, both of Hoffman; FranS Lewis and Miss Frances Deadman, both of Hornersvtllc. Mo.: Lloyd Mabrcy and Miss Mary V/Uson, both of Benton Harbor. Mich.: Lawrence Allen and Miss Etta Little Page, both of Blytheville; Wilburn Oraut Lovelady and Miss Mary Wllda Stewart, both of Leachvillo. Cecil Martin and Mrs. Vela Mills. both of .Blytheville; eilly Walker ol Manila aud 'Miss Vonadce Aarorv of Leachvillc; Charley Luten Queen and Crystal Payne, both of Goblcr. Mo.; O. F. Keeling and Miss Doilis-Apley. both of Blytheville; Less B. Isgriggs of Potosi. Mo., and Miss Anna E. Carrico of St. Louis; Jim- mic Edward Van Oykc and Miss Agnes Lorelli Blankenship. both of Steclc, Mo.; Parncll Thompson and AB5TRAC«,REAtTV CD! 2IJW. WALNUTJT. "•";' PHONE 2381 I BLYTHEV.1LLE ARK. 1 Daws O. K. Garage 120 Lilly St. Genera] Auto Repairing Radiator Cleaning & Repair Painting & Body Repair Welding, All Types All Work Guaranteed Phone 805 ATTENTION PROPERTY OWNERS Protect and Preserve Your Roof Have me to inspect your roof now, before bad weather and winter sets in. Phone 2536 Eddie Saliba Koofing Contractor l.ct me solve your roofing problems ''" c ' Hlythevillc, Ark. TO THE NORTHEAST ARKANSAS WALKER BIG DAYS ARK 2428 FREE ACTS Presented Daily! Twenty big free, acts wilt be presented at both nftei- noon and night performances each clay in front of the grandstand FREE OF CHARGE. WONDER BROS. : ' CIRCUS, with '&- galaxy of imported actors and entejr tainers will provide plenty of thrills and laughter for everyone. FIDDLER SHOWS One of the World's Largest Road Carnivals This show playa only the outstanding fairs in America. Has many features heretofore not scon on local mid' ways. This unquestionably will he the largest and finest carnival ever to play in Blytheville. 12 RIDES You'll find all the old rides and many new ones at the ; -'il.-!* 19-17 Fair- Making it's first appearance in Blytheville will be the famous I5UBKLK RIDF,, which has made such a sensational hi', throughout the country. 14 EXHIBIT DEPARTMENTS The Complete Cotton Exhibit District 4-H Corn Show i-H Dairy Judging Contest l-H Livestock Judging Contest PASTE SHOE.PGLISH >* ~**StS£SSi Liquid been «»rc« because ot war condmom have moic just as °°« « *" Apiary Department Concrete Floral and Art Department Poultry Division Motional Rabbit Show Community Educational Exhibit Don't let rain or threatening went her keep you away from the fair this year! New concrete midways have J • ' * been constructed throughout. Rain or. shine, patrons.of • - *<-< • • -.-,'•' I :'.'••: the 1947 fair will not be subjected" to; mud oj: exeeswiVe • •"• .;' -' '>. V-.. /v ..„' : • ' . "."': •'.; . . • dust. •'••••••.'.•;'.;•. • , . •.'.. •: Home Economics Department Farm & Home Department • ••••MBH*MWHMVIBB*l«WIBB««MViai Dairy Cattle Exhibit Beef Cattle Exhibit Swine Department Main Grandstand Feature! This famous personality will he tho feature attraction of the grandstand shows each afternoon and night. She will be presented in two thrilling acts at both afternoon and night performances. COTTON EXHIBIT Sponsored by the RLYTIIKVILLE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, in cooperation with the NATIONAL . COTTON COUNCIL OF AMERICA, THE COTTON TKXT1LKS INSTITUTE and oilier Allied Cotton interests. An exhibit in which cotton is elaborately displayed through all phase:). Don't Miss What Is Destined to Be the Greatest Fair in the History of the Event ft

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