The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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ElfcHT Blasts Doctrine Cabinet Addresses ive" Group ,' /pill 1. (UP) 4. ce, former secictary «*ed the public last *' the 'Truman Doc• fr P*-' lrm "* faith In r _- tonight to assert _r«ojulres Americans to i) dootilnc anil *, "wr iaul.1 in a strong ^StmTrX. "I*" 01 "." Wallace told a 22J* J**00 ixsrsons at Madison f.S**t WK^en The rally was 9. "»e Progressive Citi- J«ric» uked that the United the problem of -, on a woild-wtde that "this means _- ization of the Dar«»e 6ucz Cinal and the Canal" if but one hope for w oriel ^•itTnJted Nations," heas^- "The Greek problem is a P** cm and must be settled United Nations if there |s ~h prefclcm it too is the ** all members of thc ions That is the spirit he charter v.as signed:' 1 spoke from the same BLYTIIEVILLE (AHK.) COUIURU NEWS Strikers Raft Do/ry Go-Op in Kentwood,Lch NEW ORLEANS, April 1. (UP) — Milk distributors here renewed their angry denunciations of striking union milk farmers today, •following yesterday's daylight rahsack- .ing of the offices of the non- Striking Dairy 'Farmers' Co-Operative Association at Kcnlwood, La. Distributors, who said they were -now obtaining ciibugli ml!k from other sources ifor normal operations, .despite the violent, n!nc-d,»i'-«lc1 strike in the Florida ipatl-'* .tinued to Ignore Goy. J> . -- v . -•.'.•' ->''*>, v". .rostrum .where last year he ' de- .nounced,'America's "set touah with .iRu'sslaV -.policy which resulted In .his'ouster from President Truman's , Elliott Roosevelt, Jo p»vldion; JPYank King-nVni and.-Dr. Harlow JShsnley. also addressed Ihe rally •Large' -banners proclaimed "don't .arm tyranny" and "feed i)coplc, don't fight them." . Wallace, now editor of the New Republic, attacked President Trn- '.man's urogram of aid to Greece and Turkey ns a subterfuge. • "The Irulh is that the President and his Republican backers are IcsS ,,concerned with the need of the •Greek people .for food llian with ,the need of tho American Navy for oil," he said. T Truman May Cancel Trip To Cleveland, Miss., to Address Cotton Council . MEMPHIS, Tei'.n., 'April I. •— President Truman's sr;h .speech at Cleveland, Miss., way o ,wlll prctebly be called off because -of the International situation, it ,was reported here today. . Mr. Truman Is scheduled lo ad- 1 xlrcss the Delta Council. TheWhllfi iHousc said a ^tatement pri/imbly .would be madi} Wednesday. The Memphis • Commerclal-Ap- ,l>eal quoted "authoritative suorces 1 .that developments In foreign affairs would, totft, the President to :iU;o*f'the: Wp. . <;>I^«»s recalled lliat Mr. Trli- I a Caribbean cruise weck.s ago to remain In ,;tori U> JJP', close lo tiie .Greek sHimtlon. He delivered a personal request to Congress for a 4100.0:O.COO Greek loan and then ^yent..*)]! Die vacation. -.•••'•'A Delia Coun:ll committee Is" to .me«t loday to discuss an alternate .date for Ihc President's speech pr to select oil alternalc speaker. TUKSDAY, A PHIL J, 1947' Highest Court Upholds River Pilot Licenses WASHINGTON, March 31 (UI'V —The Supreme Court loday upheld. 5 to 4, a Louisiana law which provlse for Ihe commissioning of Mississippi Ulvcr pilots In and around Ihc port of New Oilcans The validity of the law, enacted challenged by seven river pilots who in I8«8 and amended in 1042, was sftid they were being deprived of Marines Leave China v SHANGHAI, April 1. <Ul'J-Ad- nilral Charles II. Cuukc, Jr., b.ild today 5,000 American Marlne.s have been withdrawn from China since Jan. i. This Is approximately half the Marine slrrngtli in China. The withdrawal Is proceeUlna. More than 4J ):er cent of the sales of farm products are made (luring September. October and November. WASHING MACHINES ' f ; ' we have them for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 1 ,-. / ' " T '"" "1 •' 'i, =* t .> • . BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHERS Tfce FINEST Automatic Wasliirig Phone 3450 HUBBARD & HOKE Your G.f . Store in Blythcville Suspect Held In Girl's Death In Hot Springs HOT SPRINGS, Ark., April 1. ' up )—Officers continued questioning today of a 48-year-old man in connection with the brutal murder last Friday of a 17-year-old-Rlrl. .. Tl'o body of Jewell Ewcll of St. Louis .was-round beside the Little Rpck JilKliway, after a motorist saw her pushed from a car. She died In a hospital hore. The suspect was arrested In O'"- cnsville, 15 miles Northeast of Hot Springs, RumUy nJaht^He told police tic Is.'n tart driver, and admitted being With the'slain clrl on the night of the attack. He in- slsted that he left her at a cafe, if L'i '•.} •• ; • . J 'i lyk' ; »iWtration; board. >' ' They said 'they''would' not meet with the board headed >by State Sen. Lc.ssley P. Gardnler. Slirevc- ^rt, until ^'our iproperty rights arc fully restored." •' 'D. C. Reeves, secretary of the | fCcntwood lAssoclation, tolil author- -itles he could Identify most of the .leaders of. the armed ibancl of men j.who forced him lo surrender thc L issoclallon's r!*:orcis and files CATALOG SALES DEPARTMENT JtELIABLJE FROM AWARDS CATALOG Made l,y naUonally-known TJnilc.1 Stalcsjl'mic C^rjHJration, these wutclics arc. reliable limckccpcrs witli dci>eudabi6 BO-liour liou.jtwcl movcmeiiLa! They're smarll) sijlcj . . . built for long service! So order your Kclton NOW at our Catalog Sales Dcparlmcnl. Prices include 10% Federal lax ... .11 arc postpaid. And, you can have these watches un Wards Monthly Payment 1'lan with no extra cl\argc fur credit! 41. Mickey for children 10K , yette* gold plate case 11.00 B. D«jton. Chrome plated, r heinous dial. Craj leall-.cr ^ H.OO CI>ouglas 10K rolled gold casc - Ltglil pig. trap 13.75 'V'^s 1 ifc-Bielphi. Round tailored s on black IWPHONE EXCHANGE 2442 402 W. Main tion-commissioned pilots !d that the , law gave a inonopnly over the jobs to'• •Hie Hoard of River port, pilot Commissioners for the port. The board recommended appointees to Ihc j>iv- eriior ofj the slale. ' ' • ... fpndcr ; the original law, Ihc pilot board's •.Jurisdiction was restricted 6, rims. between thc Gulf of Mex(Jd to Jhc Port of New Orleans. Under the 19-1 amendment, it was extended to the port Itself. The wniplaliilng pilots said their work ind been within Ihc port harbor from which they now arc burred imlcr the amendment. They con- buried open jobs, under the law, went to favorites of the commls- -ioncd pilots, mostly relatives Justice HUBO I,. Black wrote'Ihe majority opinion. Justice Wiley U Rutledse dissented. Joined by Justices Stanley P, need, William O Douglas and Prank Murphy . Black said Hint "considering n, e entirely unique Institution of pilot- NO'LICK Notice is hereby uivcn that thc undersigned will within the lime fixed by law apply lo the Commissioner of Revenues of the Stall; ol •Arkansas for a permit to sell ben- nt retail at N. Highway Bl, DlyUie- •vlllp, Mlssisslpjii County. The undersigned states that he !s a cilia.'!! of Arkansas, of good monl chanicter, ihnt lie has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turiJitude; that no age In the light or ils history in Louisiana, we cannot say that the practice appellants attack i s (lie kind of discrimination which violates the equal protection clause of Ihe fourteenth' amendment." lUillcdgc in his dissent said that Iho law allowed an unconstitutional discrimination "founded on blooi relationship." i LOOK OUT FOR PIN WORMS .jcccnt mc-litnl ropnrlj rcvcil that »„ »m»zlnjr numlicr of chltrlnn Un.l «rown- Jfr'n^llKt Lui*' 1 """ "' Pl[> W ° rms — AtiJ thme ii««u, livinii ln»lile tl'cl'u'mib >0jly. c«n uuie rul .llstr™,. "»'»•» i"! So watch out for the WHrnlnR ifcns that way mean Fm-Wnrms—tjip*«ifl]ty Ihp ^"•"''"IT'KUI Itch. Gel JATNE'S P-W fui.l fallow th*dlr«tk>nj. ii, Jt i ''.""f . pln - w "fm trc.tmcnt dcvcl- 6l>^ In Ihc l.bot.torlw of Dr. D. J.ync ft Eon. nflrr yr.r. o! p»ll ert roicarch The .•m.l . « M) r.t<,.|.k. p.w <.l,lei acTln a • prel.l w.y lo r.movc I'ln-Worm, A ' k xmfdrumiitt: P-W for Pin-Worm. I Uraisc lo sull beer by the undcr- siBiiod has l>:cn.revoked within five ycnrs last past; fttul that thc iiinler- slsned has never 1>een convicted of violating the laws'of this atatc, w any other stnte, relating to Ihe suie ol alcoholic liquors. George Ford and W. A. Blckcrstiiff. Subscribed and sworn to Hefore me this ai day of March, 1947. Mrs. Marshall Blackard (Heal) Notary I'l.Ulc. My commission expires March D, 1019. hereby warned to appi-ar within thirty days.In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint ol the plaintiff: Lanclys llowletl. Uated this 10 day or March. 1017 HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Belly Smith, D. C. WAUN::::; . In the Cliancery Ciiurl, Chlch.t- saivlia Dlslrkl, .Mlsslisiiipl County, Arkansas. Lanclys Kowlett PlalntllT. vs. No. 0717 Tim J. Rowlett Defendant. The defendant Tim J. Rowlett is IN BUTTIES AND AT FOUNTAINS COMPUTE WHEEL ALIGNMENT Did you know that if one oi your wheels is as little as one- eighth inch out of line, your tiro is dragged sideways approximately 85 leet in every mile? It is easy to see from this fact, how much unnecessary wear your tires receive if your wheels Are out oi line. Faulty wheel alignment, like faulty brakes, also makes driving — V 1 * hazardous. Play safe—drive in today and let us check your, wheel alignment with our! Bennett-Feragen Chassis An-; alyzerv In a matter of minutes' wo can give you accurate, visual proof oi the exact alignment condition ol your wheels. U correction U necessary, we can put your wheels in perfect alignment quickly and «t • surprisingly low coiL LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. I'ciKi-C'ola'Company, Lony Island G'ily, N. Y. I iVpsi-CIo.a Knttlini; Co. »f Itlytheville' 305 E. Main TRUCKS Phone 519 OLDSMOIilLIi Its Re(d f this model «O S ,e m poranl, suspended. produdion on "'" " "" ,, ,. u.,,., -i* ~. 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