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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 3, 1948
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1948 BIATHEVILI.E (AKK.) COURIER NEWS' PAGE ;THRBH Klan Lashes Civil Rights Proposals Knights Parade, Burn Cross in Objection To Truman Program WR1GHTSV1LLE Ga.. March 3. (DPI—The Ku Klux Klan demonstrated against president Truman's civil eights proposals here la.sU Tornado Wrecks Home in Woodson, Texas /.pliare.ntly the marching <>f '-280 Klnn knights In full regalia and the burning of a 15-foot high cross on the courthouse la\vn had no »onneclion with a local Democratic 'primary today. Dr. Samuel Green, of Atlanta. Orand DraRon of the Klan in Georgia marie the only speech. He denounced tbe civil rights program and urRcd liis 2.COO listeners In stronger opposition of enactment of federal anli-lynchlng. anli-Ji"! Crowlsm, and anti-poll tax legislation. Grren made no mention of the local primary. Earlier Johns'on Crninly Democratic officials had withdrawn a pledge for each voter (o sign, siRiiifviiiR Ills support of the while primary, the county unit system, his opposition to civil rights legislation and Communism. Orcen "Pledges" Cireen pledged the Klan to uphold the constitution and lo a fisht against communism and federal civil rights statutes After Green's address the Klausmen held a barbecue and later a secret meeting, al which it was reported a Klnvern for this section of Southeast Georgia was established. -Green confirmed lhal there is a women's division of the Klan. Somp women took part in a Klan demonstration less than a week • go at Cordon, Ga. The demonstration was orderly mid without incident. No NCRTOCS J were seen In the crowd of curious Sanity is Urged For Democrats Arkansas Governor Wants Southerners To Write Platform Here's 'Looking' at You . <l ! 'HIS, March 3. (tll'V Ar (iov. Hen l.ancy hits ex pressed the opinion that Preslilen Trunum's civil rights program Is xm luirmrnl. a threat t lits iiml untimely. su«Ki'stcd lluil "true IVmoci write :\ |ilu!form of their own at "The most effective wily to cum- bat tills Infamous dcueuerticy," toltl n Memphis clvle Rrmin yeslerrtay, "is for true Democrats if our tuition to go lo Ihe Philadelphia convention this Sumimn 1 and | write a platlorm of sanity ami just-i hill A inSl'digs'to dlsc^nnwt. the'water in«h71ii front of .he de.stroyori home of Mr. »ml Mrs. Willie 1'eneoek who %vere .seriously injured when a tornado hit their House In WmxUon, Trsn.s. A major storm center brnl rnauy such tornadoK In Kansas. Illinois and part* of Texas. (NHA Tolouhoto.) tho State to Dedicate Barn To House Purebred Buffs FAYHrBVll-LK, Ark.. March 3. (UP)—A new barn TO house a score of hulls valued at $20.000. will Representative Cravens Not to Seek Re-election Hot Turpentine, Lettuce Prescribed for Health I ho iuUi-lynchtni: would not, slop lynching. Hie i- uld nnl nut disovimlnnllon, l tu\ is Ihc problem of the M-VIMI Miili'js whU'll ill Hire It,, nml Hint srntVHiUioii l.s pvrfoi red lo , iicHi- M^n'^alUm In* both \vhHivs unit Nr- Ul'ot's lu UU> SmiUl. "Il is folly to propusi' IciiLshilimi In mi rlVorl (o sat isfy the ttpmahfis ol » Ins- itisKnitUlcri tnhioilty jii-tmp.s mil(v;s thorc is n m-jicrul urod Inr Schooner Miffing 15 ,. Days in Mexico Guff .'• NEW ORLEANS, MarchiJ. (UP) — A two-masted 50 - foot schooner 7 h'M been ihlssliig for is day's.In th« Clulf of Mexico, the Coast; Gjiard :»a!(l today, Howard V. Miller &nd Douglas J. Miller, of the New'York City Police Department's Marine Division, smlc'il Hie schooner Irom B-- llzo. Urilish Honduras, for Tampa, Kin., on l-'cb, 17. .'All. ships at.«» were iilertcd to valclrlor th« vti- fcl. , • . • . Memphis Bank Borrows When Vault Won't Open MlCMPlllS. Tenn., March 3. IUW --The Fc<leml Reserve. Bank her» Imd plenty of urcc-nbacks today—it» own and part ol the ones In tli« I.ilile Vtnck Hank. Yesterday llmt bunk here linrt.ln borrow currency from the Litlle K<H'k liank because the yault door couldn't !«' opened inilll the time- luck run mil, early today. Beware Coughs Irom eomaioa coM« That Hang On dedicated April 6 at ihc University of Arkansas main experiment station near Fayeltrville. The bulls are to be used by Ihe Arkansas Artificial BreediiiR Association, in an effort to make Arkansas rt leading dairy producer. The ceremony opening tbe new | building tt-ill be riighlisVited by a discussion of the artificial breed- WASHINOTON, March 3. <UP1 — we j Rep. Padjo Cravens, D.. Ark-, has M \ announced that he will not seek re- .,„„..„,„ '"8 P °S » . bv „ mlm ber of per> ...-*... -.. .--- — onlookers, although 400 are tered for today's balloting. reels- prominent in agriculture and other professions. Private Fliers Meeting To B« Held Tomorrow ••JTlie Blytheville Private Pliers Association will hold it.s monthly meeting at I'M tomorrow night ;it the Fly-Inn airport restaurant. Civil Aeronautics Administration films are scheduled lo bo shown by Dale, Hanson of Little nock, non-scheduled air carrier inspector for the CAA. Election of a board of directors nlso is' scheduled for tomorrow night's mectiiiB. Campaign Headquarters Leased by McMath LfTTI-E ROCK. March 3. IUD — Garland County Prosecutor SiOicy McMath's candidacy for governor in 1943 was virtually assured today, when it was revealed that he has leased a suite of rooms in the New Capitol Hotel in -Ijiaie Rock. At Dumas. McMath refused la comment last night on the situation but 11 was learned that the suite had been rented lor several weeks. Mansion Site Selection Before State Committee election after his present teem, but he refused lo say why or whether he would Mipixirt anyone as his successor. "I am not going to be a candidate for re-election." he said. A native of Port Smith. Cravens is a veteran of eiRhl and one half years m the House. He was first elected in September, ISM. lo fill « vacancy created by the death of his I father. Ben Cravens. He won ve- ! election to lour consecutive terms. Twisted Wedding Tryst Fixed Up By Army the legislation." l,uney said The Arkansas chief executive Mild his program would bll luie progress belnu mmle EL Y R I A, O. iUPl--"!'»ur In! Idle civil turpentine into Ihe wcmnrt'ol an I in the e<old injury and there's no dancer ol j hi Ills .Mule. lockjaw." j "Tne cfTect upon nnr s<u-lnl ontej- Thai was the home remedy pn 1 - I would he fur-renehlilR and iletri- srritied by a Loralu County, O.. mental." he declared. nev,s|v,ipvi hack in the 'CDs. j Another guaranteed remedy prescribed by the clippinR nneiirllied i in a fainily album here, wn.s onv^ lo prevent small pox by eatinK lettuce twice a day. •We defy anyone to produce a | busy case of smallpox that has been ters. nivilriutcil by any person who made dally use of lettuce An "old look" member of (he Irish Guards nml n "new looU" 1 nniinn cirl cxcliuiiKe critical Klimccs while sliollini; in Hyde I'.uli. Kills like his made ihoir Hi si ii|ipc;nance In Iliiili. She wears n plairt sUiiA wi\h the new lo»B lu'.mlme tuided that the \s-imld bring rtbnnl Ihe cniniile!e downfall of stute's rivlhts ami finally, that this is not tile proper time for such reforms. "(Toni;i rss." he said, '.should be with more important nial- (odd." the newspaper challenged. confident's LITTLE ROCK, Ark., March 3. (UP)—Chairman C. B. Lowry of ihe State Mansion Commission was scheduler! to appear before the board of the new blind school in an effort lo clear the way for loca- ' ion of !he proposed executive man- | sion. GREAT FAU.S. Mont. lUPi—Al- Lhotlgh Miss Laura Sloan ol Charleslon. W. Va.. and Pvl. Leniv Flowcrs of Alaska both were i.l Great Palls for their wedding, they were 1,104 miles apart. The soldier had written Id", sweetheart lo meet him in Great The mansion commission met p a n s and they would be married, yesterday and turned down offers j MISS Sloan went to Great Falls, of a location in North Little Rock, j Manitoba, nearest Alaska. Flower.-. Ihe. board hart volert earlier to lo- 1 vcnl to Great Falls, Mont, cate the building on the new blind i Army authorities moved in and school grounds in Little Rock, but ' £„(, t i, c pair together. wave of criticism forced Ihcm to ' continue their inquiries. i QJJ fashioned Curd Km Scitn inrt SHec.tfd Slmrl He said "the new .rtniRS have ar- fomplished wonderful cures and II is also true that many specifies of days tone by had best he tortroltcu. "Hut younscr phyisicnns may do well lo remember that there are several excellent remedies which are still Mrs!, rate In certain treatments." Bilbo to Be Epitomized By Statue at Capitol JACKSON. Miss., March a. 'DPI ' |[<iuois The late Sen. Theodore ti. Ullln. '. H1 | O |j''] the .Soulb's advocate of supremacy, will be ['pltoiiii7/'d with a "lareer thnn lile" bronze nr statue, ill the state caullol here. Public suhsci iptions in-c to t)c received lor "the man's" .. i project was authorized t>y the Pilot Pays $75 Penalty For Illegal Flying I.INCNI.S. Nell, llll'i -Dnnuld M Mains!em WHS the IhsV pilot ' convicted I" a Nebrusku court of illecal llylnii. Mlllnslem was lined MS alter he jileiided Rllllly lo operillliiR mi aircraft: I. That was not properly leis- tered. •2. While not properly r himsell. While using Inloxlciili Read Couin c » tronblo lo help loosen «n<l «S • ecnn laden phlegm, and aid ratur* li foolliB ami heal raw, tcnOcr..ta. iliiincil broncliial mucou » m*m- brnncs. Tell your druggist to ten yott n bottle of Creomulslpn with thi.un- cIcrsliuxllniT you in«st "Je the »*y« cpilcUly nlluya Iho cottRh. or you : at« 'C'REOMULSIO.N I forCoU£h5,ChcstCoWi,BronchitH ' Called Stiff Good Sawdust Burns ,i-in'T^d\,^;^;r^. ^H^r=' n srss , dale Manufacturing Co. Il had apparently been started by children playing nearby but no damage re- suited. . v , . Rend Courier Ketts Wanl Ads Chicago >UP> eals to his prof that many old-fasliioued cures are still good. Dr. Charles C. Dennie, Kansas .City. Mo., pro lessor of ricrmatolopy al tile University of Kansas, addressed a scientific mctlins here. I he dollar has shrunk. But human needs have not. When you give to the Red Gross this year, remember that greater sums are required to do an equal job SWIFT & CO. CMLL MILL , IT'S YOUR RED CROSS,..KEEP IT GOING AtDREIFUS Uuil fur hat loss (lurinp .siiiiLiiirv iiuiiillis permits thr .sun's infni red • rnys to btirn nml dfy tho, sralp. wlikh l.s cdinlurlivc (o Jjakl- Blytheville, Ark. Sensational! FROTHY-WHiTE COTTON BLOUSES 'j> '•,•„, / • : SILVERPLATE yX* A -, < 'H' \f&\A'-'h'a 32 piece $19.95 ict for 6 I gleaming nlvefplol* . amoiinglx low prkf d. limi quont»1y, ... Cheil *of JU .V *--. 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