The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 6, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 6, 1947
Page 3
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THIHISDAT, NOVEMBER «, 1947 Mississippians Upset Custom Stennis' Election Showj Trend frohi Men Like Bilbo B.v HAROI.I) FOREMAN (fulled PIOM staff Con-espoiulftit) JACKSON. Mtes., Nov. 6. (UP)— Mississippi, m n n outright reversal of recent political ci:j:om, will fend a conservative anrt resi.rMncd circuit juc!|o,.john C. s:e'nr)lt, to tli* Serial* (his month to succeed the 1 *SF Tlieodorc O, Silho. VB'.ennis won '.he office In a sn«- cl»l election Tuesday He mioe'» r*ce devoid of rftclal atid othsr In- tianialory Uiuej that Bilbo used successfully :hree times to get the "ime job. Stenn's. in practieiilly every WAY the opposite of BUI». was assured "f victory last r.Iglit when flnsl relnrns R-ere counted. His closest, opponents — no]). W. V. Colmer and Forrest Jnc.k.son — concerted (he election to Stemils and wished him luck. TotRi votes cast for Stennls pass»>1 Hie 50,000 mark, about 6.000 n- hcari of co'.mer nnci 10,000 more inan Jacfcon. who was Bilbo's personal attorney. Paid B. Johnson Jr., was aixjul 5,000 vot»« behind Jackson, Rep. | John E, Kauktii, a "cirtjon copy" : of Bilbo, was overwhelmingly beaten, ending ti|i in fiflli place, mor» than 26.000 votes behind the leader. A Republican. L. R. Colllni polled » token vote of 522. Stcnnls salit In a victory statement .simply that "I ahall be *jer- nally grateful for tlie vole'of confidence given me by the people ot Mississippi." He added that he had m«d e no plain so far for his trip lo Washington. The special ie«- slon of congress begins Nov. 17. • Bilbo's sea 1 , has bet-n vactnt- since last Spring when he left for Ml«- Isatypi and treatment by • tnrgeon for cancer. He never recovered. He wsi In the midst, of i buttle that, challenged hi* right lo be lenled wh«i JllneM forced him *> glv« up. BLmTEVTLT.,15 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS U. of A. Head to AtttnJ Washington Con/*r*ncM ROOK, All., No\'. « — j i UP)— University of Arkansas Prci- | klwit l^wb Webster Jon«« will leave for Washington. D. C.. Saturday to participate lii & mimbar ot Important meetiivjfl. At a meeting of top official* of the Department of Agriculture, War Department and foreign relief agencies. Dr. Jones will Introduce University of Arkansas Professor B.irnett Sure. Or, Sme is to receive recognition tor developing a. new food product, which has bovii heralded as Cave-In Kills Two Workers On Sewer Line FORT SMITH. Ark.. Nov. «. (UPI- Funeral nervlces were being planne.t today for two construction workers who were killed by a dirt slide while working In a Van Burtn city wage ditch yesterday. The men w«r« Wlllard Wtbb. «, and MUM M. Newton, »7, both oJ Fort Smith. They were members of a er«w con»tructln« a Hn« n«r the Missouri Pacific Railroad right-of-way. The ditch was to tunnel under the railroad embankment, But when th« worKera had come within fnur leet of the embankment a »udden slide trapped the two men under hundred* of povmrts of earth R«Kiu« workers, using s t f gm shoYeli and pickaxes were unable to rcmovi th« bodies for 20 minutes. A number of Van Buren city of- ftdala aald no investigation of the aaelitant would b. undertaken. The a »ital factor In the projeci el feeding Europe. In addition. University President Jone^ will attend a meeting of President Truman's Commission on Higher Education, a meeting of the Land Grant College organization, iuul a meeting ot the Arkansas Slate Society. Breakfast in Bed ,.. ' " PACK . ham rr I ^ """'V , C lnllcrl)(lx ' as Tcll,,In K In his be,! under Ch«u?r"h ' , T' C ''' C '' hC S " )S milk (lom * <l«»'s »»«-sl»S boltic CI nllerbox Is a bnby 8 r(iy squirrc. thM Wll « , x , S cue<l from n (IOB'S •tlack and adopted by students of Lynubrooh School, Be t c«la Md first official on the scene. Tire Chief Charles Matlock. culled the incident an "unfortunate accident." 'Hiere arc more than oil-hetitlnfr Insinuations United stales. 2.500.00 in the "4cw Dean Named For University Medical College 'lI'LB ROCK, All?., Nov. B. (01> —The new dean of the University of Arknnsns Meillctil School—Dr. Joeph T. Roberts—will take ov«r the Jltle Uock \wst, on Jan. 1. Or, RoberU WAX exix*clod to ftr- •Ive from Wushlngton, I). O. by tH'o. I. In Washington Dr. Benjamin B. Veils, who has resigned to accept the x>s I [Ion as head of the department of neillclne at Anderson Foundation in Houston, Teuu. In announcing the appointment of Ur, Rohctt University ol Arkansas ('resident Lewis Webster Jones described hihi as R dignified man whose educational experience *nd record makes him eminently nulled How To Relieve Bronchitis OreomuMon r«k*TM promctlj bo- «>ns« H. got* rlgW to th« ml of the trouble to h*fi) koocen and ecpcl Rerm IntXn pUecn, wul aid nature to tooUw UM| be*l raw, tender, In- tlauied bronchial uucoua m«m- braues. Tell your <Jru«ffi»t to aell yoi: a bottle of Creomulalon with the; understanding you miut like the way 11 quickly allay* the oou«h or you arc to have your money be«ck. ave your money e«c. CREOMULSION to head the Ariunaw School." Or. Robert* ifitirlillHi la Internal medicine. MM OourMr Just ask... W9 like to M*y YES" to LOANS • AUTOMORILE • SIGNATURE • CO-MAKER • FURNITURE Quick, Privat* S.rvlco . P«r (o n.llz.d Attention Com* In or l*ltphann 3939 122 W. 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