The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 9, 1952
Page 9
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I *TONT»:3DAY, APRIL », 19S8 ;Taff Forces Seem To Be Forging Ahead in State Arkansas Republicans Name Two Delegates To GOP Convention CONWAY, Ark. l.ft_it -mucHr-i . »i«t the Taft forces In life Ar ; kansas Republican parly arc pulls- !h S ™£ d "' " ami " g "^legates to ?., f ?u° P national convention f l«h district Republicans named I-mie Root Mayor Pratt Ken ,,-, as delegate yesterday, and Jchn , -. Hibbler. Mine Rock Ncg " torney. as alternate -/'I'l-wf 1 b ° th Wl " go """'struct- ™» i e ? Saltl " e lcflns low '"-« •,h ' ,.. h . e W '" " go "'oil? «'lth ^ e(1Par ' y ' neinmel. not present at the Conway meeting. ),,,., said he favors MacArtlnir, likes Tatt and might even vote /or Elsen- mnver. The other delegate already named to the convention goes tin- instructed but has said he was « lift sympathizer. On Die Eisenhower ^ for - Prcsi- f" 1 . * ide ° f »"<! tense. Emerick. L. Hollowell or Hortb Little Rock said an active campaign was not staged at yesterday's meetfnir because this -is not the time S, * make people mad." • - He said people already are turning toward Eisenhower and as ' long as the delegates w «ra un- Instructed, his group was satisfied In other action the convention nominated Lonzu A. Ross, * C on- way attorney, as a candidate for districf eprescmatlve fr °'n «'e 5lh _ So far only the Incumbent Rep. Blooks Hays - has filed for Uemu- erotic nomination from the dis- Arkamas Man, 83, On Honeymoon with His New Bride, 82 NEW LONDON, Conn. W>._An 82 -year-old Arkansas man s r,d hLs 83-year-old bride are on their honeymoon today. Jesse Poore of Pine Bluff. Ark snd the former Mrs. Grace'Neiv- . bury, 83, of New London, were niarried yesterday In the Old Timen Club here. •• It was Poore's second marriage' hts bride'« third. ) COURTER NEWS their regular starting time." No details ol the settlement were released. Meanwhile, It was not clear whether Arkansas telephone service would be disrupted by strik- ing CtO Communlitlons Workers of America today, Jack Brashear, Arkansas vice president ot the CWA, said IMcs- day that picket lines would be sei »D In Arkansas today. PACE ARKANSAS CONGBESS.MF.!* FILE FOIt HB- KI.KC'l'IOX -- Six Democratic congressmen from Arkansas fill out papers in Washington to file as candidates for re-election In the Arkansas Demo- cratic primary. Left to right: Reps: James Trimble, Oren Harris. B. C. Gainings, Brooks Hays, W. P. Nonell and Wilbur D. Mills. (Ap Photo) Reporter's 'Scoop' CAIRO, 111. CAP)— J-red W PVH- ziiiger, Cairo Citizen reporter, picked up his pinochle hand and count- Upd—all eight aces (or a 1,000 meld. Arkansas News Briefs — Benton Becomes 32ndStateCity To Approve Parking Meter Use Ky The Associated Press BENTON-Thls Saline County seat has become the 32nd Arkansas city to approve installatkn of parking meters. BcMlon voters approved installation of (he meters in a special election yesterday. The vote was 375 lor; 126 against. Jot* Iturbi to Play Tornado Benefit Performance LITTLE KOCK-Concert Pianist Jose Iturbt will plav . benefit performance for victims of the March Tornadoes in Ar k a,,sa 3 „«„ April 22, All proceeds will go to the Tornado relief fund. Little Rock Teachers Group to Meet Union LITTLE ROCK-Membcrs „, the Little Rock Olawroom Teach- «r, A«oc» to, are to meet , 1Ul a union official rrlday to di«u M af- Illiatmg Wllh the American Federation cf Labor The union spokesman I, irvin R. Kuen.ll of Chicago national secretary-treasurer of the A.nerican^ederation of Teachers.'AKU ABC to Decide on Sale of Wine in Dry County Tackett to Make First Public Appearance in Governor's Race Pine Bluff Strike Hay End Today Secret Mili'tary Project Work Has Been Halted 7 Days • • By the Associated Press There was a strong possibility today (Wednesday) that a strike of AFL craft unions against a secret military project near pine [ Bluff would end. K s. Siot'ujii. business agent for sinking I.ocnl 52G of the APL Carpenters nnd Millwi-ights Union sairt last night that a settlement of the strikers' jnrisdictional dispute had been reached with Blaw- Knox Construction Company, project contractors. Slocum said he h a[ j ordered all strikers to report for work at 7 a. m. today. The carpenlers walked oft their jobs April 2, nnd were joined on the picket line by AFL Hodcarriers and Common Laborers. 'Hie laborers struck to protest failure, of the company to Include recent wage boosts in their pay envelopes. The pay increases are pending before the Wage Stabilization Board But in Little Rock, the AFL Central Building Trades Council also announced n settlement with Blaw-Knox and said it had ordered all workers to return to work "at S.E. Mo. DUROC BREEDERS SPRING SALE .•)(> Open ttilfs 15 Kail Hoars Tuesday, April 15th, .Judging (.Vmlesl — 10-00 a m SALE 1:00 P.M. l-ujilar Bluff, Mo. S.K. Mo. Livestock Producers Pavilion Auctioneer: CARMAN I'OTIKK, Jacksonville, 111 One Jonesway Farm Gilt given away to F.F A. or 4-H Cluh member that wins Judging in connection with .now Get a start with .some of the finest Registered Duroc breed- favorable '" mld - w :«<- *•'""« »>og market, loots very c f *. F ° r "' al0 *' "rile: Parker Knwe. See'r. S.E.Mo. IH1ROC HRKKI1KKK. INC.. Slkcsto'n, .Mo. Suffocating "Hot Flashes" stowed or strikingly relieved In 63-80%' of cases ;„ doctors'-««».! •Are you going through "change of ][fe" sutler tiiK the "hot Hashes," nervous tension, irritability weakness and other types' tress of this diffic'iTt time? Then . . . here's hope for r OU J, M i\ tcsts b >' doctors, f.ydia Pinkham's Compound antl Tablets nave .'elU'f from .such distress In 6] nnc! S«% < re frier'- tlvelyi of thc> easts t«!«l <-oinplrle or sinking relief I Surely you know thai Lvdia 1'inkham's is scientiflcally niotierti in action/ Surely you know what It, has done for others! But do you know wh«t It will <lo lor you? Not II you lianri't raperimccd the relief uf li-iiMim. "«:>Fhc»" ana Irrt- i.ujimy it po olto/j brings Bt Before another day ha< P:.NM-J. try r.^dla Plnkluni'l . . . tlie Vegi-iatjlfi CojnjirMmd Si,," l '^H V""' 01 " 2 Tabl<n »Hh K[|cli-<l Iron ... and rfn- coyi-r now mni-h ,a,, r , your cnariBe o( Jlfc" may b«! Vounpt-r u-orjien and fflrtt— suH*-rlng Iron) functional pains and dlsiresa o[ men- ilruhllon — rind ptnkham'B wondt'Tlin too! It contaliit no pviu-iltailtniny dtuyn! Lydln Flnk\*m'i action throne* nmsathttta njpw roui I— Merit your old tires are worth - LITTLE ROCK I* - R ep . Bovd , ; Tackett today will make hl a ,ir st Public appearance in Arkansas «inc« he announced tor tho Demo. «ratio nomination for governor The congressmen la scheduled lo address tha Arkansas stale Dental Association convention. Tackett returned to Little Rock today /, o 'ra Washington, and will spe nd the • 10-dar Easier vacation organizing his campaign. fcsdelphia toot over yesterday as president of the Association Dr Tliermon B. smith of Little Ro ck •V** «l»ct«d pre«ld«it - »lect. Purchasing Act '^Opponents Are Handed Defeat LITTLE ROCK Lf, -- Opponenl Of a popular vote on contriver™ Piirchaslng Act 242 of ]!) 5l hav suHcred a defeat In the Arkansa Supreme Court. Wayne Upton, special Court com missioner hCRrmL- the case. rule ( yesterday that signatures on atfi davits were not admissible, asi Attorneys for the two Pulask Cmmty taxpayers cJ,allen E i n? v* "<">' "f Petitions lo refer the so mg act to the 1 "** 1 " n " V I>llrc)l!> -' ; wanted to introduce Ihe signatures The signatures are those of „" sons who snid they did not si» n the petitions for referral bu tarns' 5 ni "" es al> I> cilr c<i on Ibe pt-ti Hearings in the rase, an origin,-, action before the Supreme Court have been carried on intcrmilten- Uv i«r several weeks. The hoarim: ip.ll be resumed Frirtav. Other officers .re: Dr. High Moseley. Warren, vice president- Or. Don Hamm, Clarksville secretary-treasurer; Dr. Marion Brown Llltle Hock, sergeant - at - arms nnd Dr. Claude Jernlgan. Rector' editor of (he Arkansas Stale Den- till Journal. Dr. Norman CJrammer of Bates- vllle and Dr. J. William Moore of Lonoke were named to the Executive Committee, and Dr. W.O. Finch of Jonesboro was elected to the Arkansas State Board of Dental Examiners. See if now/ Today's Big Difference in automatic washers— traded here on A&T GOODYEAR TIRES If your tires ar» worn smooth th«y'v» r»ach«d th« dangar point. Trod* them today for n«w Goody«or.. We'll buy thin last, unuied mil«ag» and you'll rld» away on tafer, lo ng er-laiting tir«» mad* by GOODYEAR, the greaieit name in rubb*r. Slop in ... Vi/e'r* alwoyt happy lo &e* you. NOW! Get top dollar for yoyr old tires. Buy your new GOODYEAR tires on our Easy Pay Plan. Terms as low as 1.25 a week. COOD/YEAR TIRES GOODYEAR SERVICE STORES 410 W. Main Phone 2492 Wrife-ln's Ruled Out Of Maryland Primary ANNAPOLIS, Md. i,T,_M i ,r > 'land voters \voni be nermitted a write- in ballot in l,hc Mny 5 primary etec- tirn. That's final. LnM week a Baltimore Judge, rul- in-' on suits llled by silpportCM ol Gen. DwiRht D. Eisenhower, said wnie-:m wo\i!d be pprmijted. For Sale • Soybean Seed f) Funk's Hybrid Corn t) -Soybean inoculation O !•>!•(ili/.er Farmers Soybean Corp. No. Hroadway, Blylhevillc I'hnne 8191 What to look for if you want a better VA- or 2-ton truck TOOK first lor the truck that beat fits your Job I iJ hce (hat it ia built throughout to match your needs. Jxxik for strong, nigged \oai\-carrving units — frame, springs, axles, wheels, and others —eiiKi- necred to provide the strength nnd capacity you need. I,ook for }oa<]-moving un'tta —engine clutch transmis.sion, and others-engineered to meet, the most severe operating conditions. Antl look for a truck with all units designed to work together for maximum ofliciency. v Ix>ok, too, for a powerful engine, easy nfeerini?, short turning ability, and extra paylonci capacity! You'll Ret all these advantages anil more when you choose a Dodge "Joo-/fnteT 1U- or 2-ton truCK. Ye,s, look for tbe best in a 1 V r or 2-ton truck and you'll find it in » Dodge ".lob-Hated" (nick! Come in today for a friendly talk about your hauling problems. j TRUCK 1 HOAUEO couase ver easier, park faster—thanks to wide front tread" short wheclbiusc, und easy steering. "Our Dodge 2-ton models have done a remarkable job for us." ?SSS^^S%2fKflr^ !^^<-^.^s~. i;. toy. S. W. TANNER, Veteran's Got ond Service Co., Putblo, Co/o. :» have 'donVT^Vart'.wSloh Wn ^vT inl ? an « V» J«t can't Ta?! ' , r.,. . ^markable job. My partner,KncSamuelson, swears by .va our 2-ton trucks issenger car.*' tfg Power ol a Saving. Dodge ".Job-Rated" 1 M- fno K ton trucke fenhire a big. high-compression J".<•?•!}.• engine. For outstanding economy you get -l-ring pistons with chrome-plated top rines exhaust valve seat inserts, and oilier advantages' F«»Dehvery Work, Tl.cre's a 5-apec.i transmission avnilable on most models for higher road speech snd greater pulling power. And low loading height as wrll as hinged center sections on stake bodies! Bimplihes loading and unloading. See </r forJoy for Me. far/ 6uy in BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. 4422 Walnut I Pint

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