The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 22, 1947
Page 10
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TEN BI,YTnBVII;>;B '(AUK.) COURIER NEWS furmoil Lingers After Poles Vole £ Victorious Government :; Bloc Wins 390 Seats t: In Polish Parliament •it ~ WARSAW. Jan. 22. (UP)—The Victorious government blo<; will o:- rCuP) 390 ot the. 4*4 seats in the •^Polish Parliament as the result o ^'Sunday's election, a govcrnmcn .spokesman said tortny. ) .Alignment of the seats in the >one-house parliament was announced b\ the government spokesman ~on the basis of final election re- .turns not yet published. Of the 444 total membership. 372 ;were chosen from the country's ^52 constituencies. The other 72 .members were on the so-called -"slate lists" whose scats are allotted to the various parties on the ,SaxIs of the proportional total vote. i The government spokesman said .alignment of the 372 constituent •seats would give the government ;t>lo<-. 327. Vice Premier Stanislaw JMikolajczyk's Peasant Party 24. -La'oor Party 1, Dissident Peasants 3, others 7. The government's share of the 72 state list seals brings -its tola Ho 390. ; The government was rolling U|> « popular Vote lead of about 10 to :i, according to foreign office fig- :ures> : -Returns from 670 districts .'gave the government bloc 1.043,820 Tto 109.762 for the Peasant Party. - MlkolajC2yk told a press conference that his party was "not only rdtscouragcd but furious with the ^conduct of the election." : He said an appeal to the Supreme jCourt to nullify the election was This only plan at present. He said £he would "try to keep niy members r»'lthin the Jegal forms and pursue {the supreme court appeal. There 3s too much evidence for them to "drop the charges." : United Press Correspondent Ruth -Lloyd reported from Lublin in •Eastern Poland that the city and Jicarby villages resembled armed iamps. Government troops light almost daily battles with partisan .bands in forests and swamps. lL'!&om the number of troops I F saw deployed In Isolated places during the past three days it is evident that the government is mov-' . jiig in earnest to clean up the bands," she reported. ^Sortie peasants told her they believe a revolution in Poland was inevitable, other Eastern Poles dis- Brings Election Returns jointed Money Refused "BOSSIER CITY, Ln., Jan. 22 — iUK— The Bev. A. D. St. Amant, •pastor of the 'First Methodist Church today said thnt lit wo-ikl . oppose a proposal from a slot nu- j chine .operator to share prjflts nllli churches. ( .''. Tl i c Pastor said that a slot ma] Seine, operator had offered to di~* J "^ Per cent of profits - r rom . machines with churches, tjpj and a veterans' organic- Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB Jack Marsh, Owner Secretary of State Ben Forlson, ,,,-rlved lit a joint session of Uv Ocorgln State Lcglslnlure with baskets containing write-in votes vh'cli will be the determining factor in the election of governor of Geor-n (NEA Tclephoto.) " ' Talmadge Given Plenty of Rope, Official Insists BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Jnn. 22. — <UP)—Fiery Dan Duke. Georgia's assistant attorney general, lust light promised that "public opln- on Is oil the move" against Hcr- nnn Tnlmadgc's "coup" to hold the governor's seal and thnt former Gov. Ellis Arnali was "destined some day to head our nation." In an address before, the men's club here, the Ku Klux'Klim l>ras- ccutor said he vvas In Aimili's of- 'ice (he nlg.lil Talmadge Was elcct- -d by llic legislature. ••Governor Arnali refused to call out the state guard because he did lot want to "commit any act thn' would forestall the crystallization or public opinion," he said. "If public opinion doesn't crys- CHAMBLIN SALES CO. 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Lot Us Help You— STOP DRINKING There is no medical remedy for drink . . . but we KIM help you resist, its Influence! No cost to you —only co-operation. JUST CONTACT Alcoholics Anonymous Rox 873—lUjthcrlllc, Arlc. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tilo Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 at Stale Line Phone Blythcviile 714 Fire Marshal Invokes Rule In New Orleans NKW ORLICANS, Jan. 22. (UP) — Poinllns Brlmly to Boston's Cocoa- lun drove fire and the more recent WhwcoU Hotel disaster as ample reasons for his ruling, State Ph-c Marshall Campbell Palfrey had sc~ 11 prercdc-nt today which 'may substantially, raliicp , attendance at wills during the Mnrdl Gras here next month. •. Some 5.COO would-be celebrants '.vere barred last nl^ht from the uninlcljMil niidltor.'uin, scene of the Hi'i Krewc of Virgllians ball, because of overcrowding and subsc quent fire hazard. 1'alfrry warned he would continue to cx-liidc persons from c:ir- balls "where there is a tendency to overcrowd." thus indlcnt- inft strict enforcement .of fire -eg nio:is at the height of the car nival season, u season which annually attracts some 100,000 visitors to Nrw Orleans. Palfrey's rulinu provoked a round of ungry comment from thousands of formally-dressed parly-goers who milled outside the closed doors of the auditorium. "Some o( Hie Krewc Captains told me there hasn't been a fire for 50 years hero." Palfrey said. "This Js a poor point of view. Look ho-.v long U took to have a circus fire—and then wlml happened in H-irlford, or the Boston night club and the Winecoff Hotel " Atlanta. "Surely," he said, "we have ainert the le.ison from these WHY SUFFER From Cold Weather? 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(UP) — Contracts signed niter noon, Dec. 31. returning retired teachers to (xwillons In Aikansas schools arc invalid, the attorney general's office ruled totlny, The opinion was written for Charles p. Atlm, executive secretary of Die Teachers' Retirement System. The opinion stated Unit President Truman'.i declaration of cessation of hostilities automatically repealed an emergency act of l!!4:i. allowing school.-; to employ retire'! teachers. It pointed out, however, thnt any contract signed before Dec. 31 was valid. WEONKSDAY, JANUAUV a2, 10-17 events and don't need a local catastrophe." Beware Coughs " from common colds That Hang On FARM PITCHES Trn Jl rade° h ?f loo£cn ° ^"" d "e^pel I ab CREOMULSION forCoujjhs.ChestColds.Bfonchin'j Read Courier News Want A-ds. J. LOUIS CHERRY Representing New York Life Insurance Co. Blyllievllle, Ark. PRJV$ BROADS BABY BEAR AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS 3 l / 2 Gal. 5 Gat. 7Gal. ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE 113 East Main Phone 2.'i02 . Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange to Imvc your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about tlii.s plan ^FLOWER SHOP F.T.I). Service Wc Deliver Anvwliere Pli. -101 Sirs. J. HI. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencne Rldfr. Plione 2611 TIRE HEADQUARTERS WHY WE CHOSE THE THREE BEST TIRES Dayton Tliorobreds arc dated tires and guaranteed lor lite of tire itself. Goodyear—More people ride on Good- yoar tires and tubes than any other kind. Hood Tires are good tires, ask us about, the new Hood Custoni-iitiiU 400. We Mount FREE—Every Tire We Sell * Batteries and Bntlcry Service. * Washing and Iiibncatinc. * Standard Esso Gas and Oils. AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sis. MARR'S EELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407 ARK. CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS We are Dealers for 12 IncTips up (o 'IK Intlici THE FAMOUS WATfi7PROOF/NG 0$ceo!a Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. Yes, V/e I-Iave New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! WILL TKADK FOR LATK ,MOI)KI,S M'e Iiavr un display f,,,- immedialc delivery—Ilr;ui,| ,, cw I—1'ontiiic S( ream liner 1— Chevrolet Flcetliuc Tudor 1 —Chuvfolcl FJcclniasicr Tudor 1—Chevrolel Stvlenuisfcr Tudor 1—Chevrolet Stylemasler •! Door I—Mercury 4 Uoor Come in or call, we win try tu trade with you. BUi AUTO SALES Phone 2037 Cor. Franklin »nd Main HI. Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R, Over ton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Phone Kvenings — J5oat House, Big Lake or Write % Box HI, Koselaud, Ark. WASH TUBES BY LESLIE TURNE1 PAUW \\E.? 3ESI?ES, C^llCA^E^•^ BEST 15 IH AS TO HIS PP.OMIHEMCE....WHV, WHEN VOU AND I WERE N PICTURE'S- FRONT ANO PR.OFILE— cO ON TH& WALLS OF EMERY POST Of FiCE ]N THE IA.N0 1 RED RYDER BY FRED RARMAN feEEMS POP \*i!Re,BIJT WHAT'3 OP HEAL}-*- X_A MILLION AN ME DID \IMPORTANCE WAG YOURX NOW WE ^S. NEXT PRETTY GOOD,) CSTAHLtSHING THE /CAN GO AFTER \ TIME, HAUUN' IN / POSSIBILITY OF SUCH I SOMETH1MG ' *8O,OOO ! / SALVAGE OPERATIONS V. REALLY WITH THE TIME-MACHINEP Blfi/ VVW.- AT CURRENT \HOLV COWfi U;:; VO \\VOW.' TMAT H.8O.OOO SAV TEN I WUIGHGD ABOUT TWO MILLION. / HIJMDKECs POUNDS.... WHAT'D T£M MILLION GOLD WEIGVI'f AT AM I, A MOVING VAN OR UMPIN ?

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