The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1948 · Page 3
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February 27, 1948

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, Governor Seeks Truman's Defeat Lancy, Horn* From Washington, Would Instruct Delegates LITTLE ROCK. Ark., Feb. 27 (UP) —Gov. Bin Laney advocates Instructing the Arkansas delegation to I'rcte ngaln.it the nomination of President Tinman at the national convention and predicted the President's defeat. Back In his ntfioe yesterday for lie first time since joining 'three IP other Southern governors In a civil rights protest in Washington. Laney charged that the Democratic Party is so far out on a civil liberties limb that II cannot get back. At first the governor said he would favor an unlnMriictod delegation to the convention, leaving it to the imellitjonce of the members to use (heir power to the "best advantage." However, he said that by "best advantage" he meant to Film on Heart Disease To Be Shown in Mitsco A film on heart disease entitled "Be Your Age' \vill be shown In theaters throughout Mississippi County durliiR the next six weeks. Mrs. Annabel! Fill of the County Health Unit here announced here today. The health education film Is belnc presented by the American Heart Association and the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. It will be shown according to the following schedule' Savoy Theater, Blythevllle, Feb. 29-Mar. I; Dell Thealer, Mnr. 2122; Lux Theater, Luxora. Mar. 2829; and the Joiner Theater, April 6. Ciution Urged in Using Weed Killer 2, 4-D LINCOLN, Neb. (UP)-The herbicide 2.4-D should not be used without, expert advice, according to Glenn Vielimeyer. of » university of Nebraska experimental substation. Dosages previously recommended see that President Tnunan is nominated. Sinle (.'onimilten to -Meet The Slate Democratic Central Committee v;ill meet in Little Hock June 30 to decide if the 24 delegates from Arkansas shall carry specific directions to the convention. Laney declined to advocate withholding the state's nine electoral votes from the Democratic Patty except as a last resort. "It the convention nominates a e:ood man and writes a good platform." he said, "then certainly our preside/ilia] etectors will support the Democratic Party." He added, however, that if Sou^THIRSTY a* NOT; not lhon ' Protests are not considered ancl tf the people of the South do not coordinate their objections effectively, then drastic action might be necessary. Arkansas presidential electors are named in the general election after nine candidates are selected by the Democratic State Convention in Smb cri,,,,, „,„„,„ BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' OOUKIER NEWi Brushing Up for Election Day Members of Home's mounted police force charge slufled dummies as they brush up on saber drill—in preparation tor the Italian national election day. Anticipating IroubJc from Communist*, police will use such tactics to disperse trouble-malting crowds They'll wield long rubber nightsticks instead ot sabers. >hoto by NEA- Acme statf correspondent Julius Huvni. Fire and Police Groups Seek to Oust Official HOT SL^OS. Ar,. F eb, ,,- State Policemen Working Here Get High Ratings Disgruntled Southerners Wooed by GOP WASHINGTON. Feb. J7. (UP) -Rep. Clare E. Hoffman. R.. Midi ye.slerda) proposed * OOP "deal'' with Southern Democrats to elect ». President agreeable to both Rides. "Then we will kill thin program of civil right* and xalbfy you folks from the South," Hoffman told the House. "I SIIBRPSI to some of my Republican friends from the. Norlh Hint in view ol Ibe f«ct |ii»| OTm e .)f these gentlemen from the. Soiilli threaten lo bolt the ticket by ousting Ilielr vote.s In the electoral college lor someone oilier than Ilia Democratic nominee or the Demo- crallc candidate, Hint, we make * deal with them." Hodman said. Ordinarily, Hoifmnn said, lie doesn't believe In "deals." But ho said he would "not be averse to do- IIIR It It out of it we could get tome, tliiiii! for the Rood o! the country,' "So i suggest, we loll these Democrats that U they will vote lor • Republican, they and we get together in some kind of conference, ngrec on someone agreeable to 1mlli and elrcl him. Then we will kill this program ot civil rights ami sat- PAGE THREW in lh« Chuiirrry Conrl for the <'hlck»Mwb» DM riot of Mlvtlmdp- pl «'«unty, Arkansas Be.rl E. Ellison Plaintiff, v«. No, 19.410 Sam ISni lies, et a! Defendants Notice is hereby Riven (hat there I has been filed in the olflre of the ' Clerk of the clmiiftry Court of i Mississippi County, Clilrktisawbn District, Arkansas, » pclltion to confirm nnd quirt hi tlie plaintiff Bert K. Elllsnn, the title to Ihe following lunri In the chlckiuwwlm District. Mississippi County, Arknn- »in lo wit: i "Lot ten of (he Sam names Hub- division of the. city of Blylhcvlllo Arkansas, belnjt cnrved out of Die South-west quarter, section sixteen, township fifteen Novlh. runse eleven Ka.il." All persons claiming said Innrts or nny interest (herein, are hereby notified and warned lo appeav In j said court on ihe lath day of April, ; 10*8, lit a llm<> nnd not more Ihnn six weeks after this dale, mid show cause why the title ot said land should not be confirmed In said nert K. Ellison, |l lc plaintiff )„ this cause. Wllnr.li my hand nnd seal 115 tlie Isfy you folks from the South. "We will IIUIKO a flonl. lint you vn not lo deliver tills lime." HARVEY MOBRI8. Clerk °' W ' again charged Hint President Trtl- 'nto CO man advocated the program only 'o fy i ! 'e BBin Negro votes in heavily popula- Callahar ted Northern and Eastern slates. "" " Laney charged further that Democratic National Chairman J. Howard McGmtlx edited out portions of the transcript on his meeting with into court again ycmcrtliTf lo nulli- ' V Cxqpette Soy: GRAPETTB, the Jour Dixie governor* In Washington. "We made tlie mistake of not taking our own stenographers." the governor said. Tlie part that was deleted was his question and McGrath's answer as to how the civil rights proposals affected the nation as it whole. Lauey quoted McOrath as saving that the President of the United States is the leader of the. nation and is trying to consolidate the. people of the nation. DIXIE gives added flavor, extra nutrition Mu^-^r-J \> to Golden Brown Crisp delicious wafflei will mat* * hii W Urealfait or Sunday night f'Wik 1 . e lP e F! a )!y i^ Y°" »erv« '«m with lofi of flavor-rich DIXIE. And DIXIE it rich in nourishing food ical lource ap]»intm'eiit of 'cicoi'Re L. K Commissioner ol Pubin Hot Springs Ei-nest Maner" filed a that Police-moan Tom Smalley. one of fl:ipt offlccra n.ssiRncd to Missis- sipni County, ranked r2th amotii! the 75 officers in Itidivldnal rathiBs. The ratiiiit Is done on a point hasis based on highway patrol ae lie Safety Attorney to this county, and 211.5 points, re- the Arkansas tion. The complaint office of commi Firemen's Associa- alleged that the received 2'M spcctiveiy. Snperinte the ordinnnce was not authorized by the lectslature. The second clmrge In Che complaint was based upon a rccenl Arkansas Supreme Court ruling that) held the mayor hnd no authority t to appoint his police chief. The j supreme court, action applied to the position of public, safely cons- | missioner. the complaint alleged, since the commissioner is in effect chief of the police and [ire now appear too high for sate use, Viehmcyer said, but lighter applications will control most of the serious weeds without injuring (he plant crops. Potter's monlhly report also showed the follnwlnjj breakdown of highway activities tor these three officers: Arrests made-Smalley. lli; Chrou- islcr. 14: Montgomery, 13. Warnings Issued- Chronlstcr, 155- Montgomery, ng ; Smalley, 138. I-iehl corrections made—Smalley, 254; Chronlstcr, 237; Montgomery. •a, i Sc "'iccs rendered—Sinailey, 11; ; ( J Clironlsln. six; Montgomery, three' Drivers lesls given- Smalley, 54. Stolen curs recovered—Montgomery, one. Accidents investiealed—Smalley. lour; Chronister, ,one. STEWART'S SANDWICH SPREAD ...the best! Histrilmtcri b., I. D. tSc . Bljrlhevtllc, Ark. Georgia Seeks Custody Of Man Living at Cotter l.rri-LE ROCK. Ark.. Feb. •«. (UP)—Cov. Ben l.anev today re- ccived a ren»e.st from Fulton County, Ga.. authorities that Ernest A. Rutledge be extradltetl' to face cliarge.'s of child abandonment. RuUedge is living near Cotter. Ark.,.a;id is etnploypd on construction work at Bull Shoals Dam. Pulton County Sheriff A. B. Poster of Atlanta charged that Rutledsc abandoned bis minor son after setting a divorce irom )tlx wife. Tile governor set no date tor a healing. Week-End Specials! Now On Display at Hubbard & Hoke 66 inch all metal SINK CABINETS White Porcelain Finish $ 135 oo —Convenient Terms— 72inch double bowl SINK CABINET Wood Construction $ 99 95 Hubbard & Hoke Appliance Company Read Courier News Want Ads. depart nlent.T. ) The court action followed the announcement Wednc.-riay that members of the police force would not iccogniv.e Callahan's authority. i Texas Girl Held (NEA Telephoto) Accused of assaulting five soldin. uilh a ban age of bullcta, 2:(-year- o!d Jo Ann Rogers of Austin. Tex. was held in a Washington, D. C.. court. One .soldier was wounded, as « result of the shoot ing. done with a shootina-sallerv rille. The red-headed waitress' sniri. "1 thought It had corks In it." 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