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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVIU-B (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1947 Ohio Senator Due To Make Decision Republican Leader ' Plant Conferences On Presidential Bid OOLUMBUS, O., Oct.'13. (UP) .— Sen. Rotwrt A. T»ft. R., O. who «t»l«d his views on virtually every major issue during five-weeks of •peaking tours, will announce his «ndld«cy «bout Oct. 24 for the Republican presidential nomination, top Ohio party leaders predicted today. State Republican leaders said the domestic affairs spokesman In Congress had no other choice after his • Bgressive, fighting tour of Western and Midwestern states, Taft predicted election of a GOP president in 1948 en his return from the West. The Republican leaders declined to be named out of courlesy to tl I *enalor who will confer before the announcement with Rep. Clarence J. Brown, R., O., his probable campaign manager, and members of his Washington staff. Taft. originally was scheduled to make a public announcement on his decision on CKl. 16 at a meeting of the Ohio Federation of Republican Women's Clubs. He indicated the delay would be made when Harold fitassen former governor of Minnesota, was booked to appear al the meeting. Stassen's appearance, (lie IB the only announced presidential candidate to date), and a previous Tftft- Etassen billing at Des Molnes, la., aroused talk of « possible coalition to «top Oov. Thomas E. Dewey from receiving the nomination In Philadelphia, next'Summer. The announcement was expected to take the form of R.letter to the state Republican executive and central committee that, he .will consent to let hii name be used on the ballot for Ohio delegates to the national convention. Tlie Ohio senator, son of farmer President William Howard Tail, ill- ready had the endorsement of the Ohio Republican committees and the promise of all-out support from Sen. John W. Brickcr, 19+4 vice- presidential nominee. Johnny Meyer Arrested Pern i sco< County May Get New Surer/ Road CARUTlrtCiiSVILLE, Mo., Oct; 13. -A new supplementary road for the north part of Pemlscpt County has been proposed by the State Highway Department, according to announcement made here yesterday. This new route, designated as Route Jilt, begins on Route EB .south of Peach Orchard Irt the northwest corner of the county, and proceeds In a southwest direction to tlic Dunklln County line. Airpark Engineer Hired for Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., OL-t.,13. —At the regular October meeting of tile City Council, It was voted to hive nn englncov from University City, Mo., to draw up plans for the Cnruthersyllle Municipal Airpark, and to supervise construction of the field and necessary buildings. JDennls Cain, president of the Chamber of Commerce, Is serving as malinger of the airpark, and .sometime aro a regular Park Commission was appointed to approve all contracts and payment of bills. With the acquisition of an cngl- Wheat Tops $3 Per Bu. In St. Louis for First Time Since World War I KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct. 13. (UP) —Wheat Jumped to the highest price in 30 years on the world's largest primary cash wheat market, here last week. A car of No. 2 hard wheat brought $3.15 a bushel, the highest price paid in the Kansas City cash pits since 1911. There were several other sales above the 83.00 mark. No. 1 hard brought $3.04 3-4 and No. 1 dark hard $3.04 1-4. Johnny Meyer, right, fun-loving press iigcilt for millionaire Howard Hughes, takes a ride in a New York police wagon, escorted by detective. He wns taken to Tomlw, later released on $500 hail and ordered to appear in court to answer, paternity suit of cignrctte girl Patricia Miles. (NBA Ti'lephoto.) ed to Dongola, III., last August. Jim Fcnell, former manager of the Rodgers, went to Poplar Filuff to take over a chain unit there. Mr. Bixzcll has not announced as yet ills asslstnnt manager here. ,To Lt.-Gcn. Nathan F. Twining goes the job of co-ordinating ;iil American military forces in ' Alaska, the nation's most exposed and stialcKic frontier. He is the first Air Corps officer to assume supreme commune! of a major tlie.'ilcr under the new Department of National Defense. -V COATS * SUITS £ DRESSES Sizes 2-6x All 1/2 Price TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 Relief At Last For Your Cough Creomulslon relieves promptly because It goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel Kecm laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it I quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION necr, it is believed actual construe- . _ , _, -j, 77—.. .- - tion of the airpark and buildings . forCougns.ChestColdJ.Bronchilii will gel underway at an early date. Parking Meters May Be Used in Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Oct. 13 -•-Parking meters may be "sert in Caruthersville soon, according 10 Alderman Wyman Dillman, who ( brought up the matter in the October meeting of the council. Mr. Dillman said that a recel.t, survey among Caruthersville business men Indicated 30 favor installation of meters, and 25 were agaiiut, the plan. Only those merchants In the thickly congested parkins and traffic district of the city were contacted In this poll. Bometlme ago a drive was made to get business men and their em- I ployees park their cars on side streets, and leave the main business streets-for rural residents who e*me to town to shop. A parking lot, covering almost a city block, was : blacktopped and drained just off Ward Avenue, between West "Fourth »nd Fifth streets, and various side streets were designated as "workers parking areas". But local business men and their employees continue to p»it in front or, beside, or *M near as possible to their places of employment, resulting in traffic congestion, and making it practically , impossible for visitors and shoppers to find'parking in the business section, even in the midmorning hours. After Alderman Dillman's proposal to the Council, it yas decided to contact various towns which have installed meters, and also companies manufacturing them, for further information. New Instrument . Sought to Search For Atomic Energy WASHINGTON. Oct. 13. (UP) — The Naltonal Bureau of Standards disclosed today that construction has bccun on a mysterious new instrument with which to search for i:ew sources of atomic eneri-y. Atomic energy tints far has been released by man only through the process known as nuclear fission. Atomic bombs are set off—and heru- gcnernt-in^ nuclear reactors are operated—by splitting certain uranium on plutonimn atoms. Nuclear fission Is not very efii- cient. It releases only one half of otic per cent of the energy stor-jd in the atom. Cosmic rays nre far more efficient. They release nuclear energy in amount millions of time's greater than nuclear fission. The bureau's disclosure of ll.s search for new sources of atomic energy ivns made In a report on the formation of a division of atomic physics which will coordinate Uic bureau's unclear and molecular research work. The bureau said the main pnr- V»ose of the nc\v division Ls "the precise determination of the atomic masses in order to give basic in- fonnnlion about nuclear structure Rites Held for Former \ Caruthersyille Man CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Oct. la. -Funeral services for Robert Graj Lumpkin, -n, were held here V'ednrsdny iti the Methodist Church, with the Rev. Floyd V. firowcr officiating. Mr. Lutnpkln died at, his home In Little Hock, Ark., of ft heart attack. Born p.t Ridj;cley, Term.. Mr. Lumukin came to Cnrutlici-Kvlllc when a youth. He moved to LitUc Rock .seven years ago. Surviving ale his wife, Mrs. Dessie Lurnpkin, ami three sisters. Burial was in Lltlle Prairie Cemetery here. and to Indicate available atomic energy." "Work has already begun in cooperation with the Office of Naval Research." the bureau said, "to construct a larpe new instrument of novel design in ord/r to accomplish this research," The bureau did not amplify on its brief disclosure. To Manage Theaters CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo,, Oct. 13. —Jack HiracH returned to this city last week to assume-managership of the Kodgers and Gem theatres, mills of the Rodgers chain, with main offices in Illinois. Formerly here for about eight mouths as manager of the Gem, he had return- Promptly Rtli*v«t IBABYS iMUSTEROLE Quick As A Wink IT'S YOURS! A Fine Reconditioned Car From Poole Motor Company Easy C. I. T. Time Payments If You Desire Ever' get uneasy around it used cm- lol? . . . Peel like you might be getting something you don't want with all thnt smooth tnlk? We know what you menu . . . thal's whj you'll find It conspicuously absent at our plnee of business. We let our customers innke up their own minds—then buy to suit themselves. What's more we Etanri behind every car we sell, our business Is built on that sort of goodwill! I POOLE MOTOR COMPANY ELLIS POOLE, Owner & Operator South Highway 61 at Steele, Mo. Phone Steele 49 That pinching, annoying, painful vamp cnn bo recut here so it is really comfortable. Smart, fine workman* ship, modest charges. HflLT€RS- QUflLITY SHO€ SHOP 121 W. MB I N ST. We Guarantee RECAPPING •J with - Hawkinson Treads Let Your Next Tires B GENERALS Cost More — Worth .More. FARM LOANS At Lowest Kate of Interest Quick Service A. F. Dietrich I'niU'd Insurance Agency ICO K. 1st St. Ingram Hlcig. Sove a Little— Hove Much! Life Insurance Is a fortune . . . and whether n pulley is modest or sniutl, everybody buys It on the installment )>lim. E. H. (Eddie) Ford l.yncli HmltU»K Phones fins. >811 Bes- 3185 502 (.illiterate SI Blyllievllll! General American Life Ins. Co. MODINGER TIRE CO. ' •lit! E. Main I'hone 3201 FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks a Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile ond CUUVERT CO. \Vc Deliver PUonc GUI Police in Argentina Watch for Communists BUENOS AIRES. Argentina. Oct. 11. CUP! — Police were reported today to have seized control of All rofids to tlic nearby city of Rosatio which ts suld In be tlic scat of Communist Ilcariqimrlers for Latin America. These rcjXH'U said the police were stopping cars ami rxnminiiv the papers of their occupants, an. had made some arrests, The arrest however, were not officially con firmed. Chilean Amb:i,ssador AHoii-si M • 4 ^i: •= i vm I IN< m-\) MD •_ CCMP/tNT -—^-PRESENTS— Bock Bay fire Thins Ranks of Boys in Blue BOSTON, Oct, 13. (UP) — Only three Civil War veterans remnlnerf iirNew England today following the death in a Back Bay fire of 97- ytar old George Riley of Boston— last of Massachusetts' "Boys in Blue." A victim of burns and smok'|. -Rlley was found in bed in his four- room apartment late yesterday after firemen responded to an alarm for the minor blaze that caused only about SaOO damage. Quintnnn Bur go* went to the clinn- ecllory to tnlk to acting Argentine foreign minister Fidel Ai.nrion. U. S. Ambassador James V. Bruce al- \ so went to the chancellory to set* Anadon. | j An unconfirmed report sflid Yu- gosl nv M hi ist er Frn n. jo P i™ hn d I spoken briefly with President Juan I D. Pcron. /J NEURALGIA \ / Nothing I* mcrr rinloyiy effect I v« | I Tor th« relic! ct ncnrnlpla nnrt 1 I h«tlnchn tlirm Liquid Cnpiidiue. | I Also soothes up^rt nerves rtiic to I \ tho pnln. Use only as directed. j V, CAPUDINE 4- 0^r=. "Shut up! With everybody around Mere usin' from HUBBARD HARDWARE, th' ?:ifesi place for us in ON THE GROUND!" THE FINEST MADE-TO-MEASURE SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR BOTH LADIES AND GENTLEMEN FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR! TUESDAY, OCT. 14th AT Martin and Boydston JOE ISAACS STORE MR. .H R. SACHS REPRESENTATIVE IN CHARGE YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND Apples by the • Do/en • I'ouiul • Bushel Be sure Mom gets a good supply Jf juicy ripe apples in time for school! Bating and Canning Apples $2.00 i S3 00 Bu. Blytheviile CURB MARKET 130 E. Main Phone 973 1 AND 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OR MODEL. RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 • We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Uatlio S;iU's and Serviru 10G South First St. Phone 3371 Night Phones 2527 and 2903 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances ]17 So. Second SI. Jilythevillc, Ark. Free Estimates on Al! Work For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth St. Hlytheville, Ark. Allen Pickard's SHOE REPAIR SERVICE • Surplus Avan* Goods • Supplies ® Slices Sec us fa' the very hcsl in Arinj surplus sli'H'S. Nr.irlv nr\T—Ke- liuilt—To BR IlrlMiiit. Hundreds fur sale. Quantity Trices Available. EAST END 112 Lilly Street i/i Block South [Cast .Alain HAIRY VETCH Jtalbon ami Common Rye, Oals. \Vhcal and Barley Seed . . . Head}- for Vail Seeding . New and Factory Reconditioned Soyhcan Sacks Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1SSO W. Main 1'Uone fox RMI set you* sr/&t&<Mf jC-^ Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3479 Blytheviile Ark. 112 Walnut St.

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