The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1951 · Page 11
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THUMCAT, SEPTEMBER 1». IWl BLYTJIBriLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Churchill Party Ready For British Election ^Mn< LONDON, Sept. 30. (AP>—Wlru- ton Churchill and his Conservative "shadow cabinet" began shaping* election strategy today as socialists and their foes squared off quickly for a mighty election battle to control British government policy. The former wartime leader greet- Labor Prime Minister Clement lee's announcement that the country will vote Oct. 25—just 35 days from now—with the cry that Britons can now place In power a cabinet effective at home and abroad and "not misled by class warfare or doctrinal fallacies." His "shadow cabinet" is made up of the younger Tories who advise him and help fight his battles In parliament. Attlee's brief announcement by radio to the country said the Labor Party wanted a decisive vote of confidence from the people after 18 of Commoni. Labor'i margin on Important vote« ha* been only from six to 10 In the 625-seat house since the February 1960 elections. The Labor Party took power in 1945. Attlee appeared to leave no doubt he wanted popular endorsement of his policies not only over the attacks from the Conservatives but also over a left wing section of the Labor Party that opposes so much spending for rearmament, The leaders of all parties made 'shift opening moves. Move to Expel Senator 'Without Precedent' WABHINOTON, Sept. 20. (API- Senator Hendrickjon (R-NJ) said today a Senate subcommittee i! studying If It has any right to con- GOP Aroused By Democratic 'Confidence' WASHINGTON, Sept. JO. W>-A Democrat's assertion President Truman "can beat anybody" at the polls In 1852 brought Republican retorts today that the GOP presidential nominee will win If he wages a fighting campaign. % And a Republican's prediction that Gen. Dwight D, Eisenhower will be "available" for the party's nomination evoked from Senator Brewster (R-Me) the statement that Eisenhower Is "now more than ever the indispensable man in Europe." Brewster Is plugging Senator Taft (R-Ohlo) for the nomination months of government with only a i Rider a resolution questioning very small majority !n the House I whether the.' Senate should expel Senator McCarthy (R-Wis). "Hendrickson told a reporter the resolution, sponsored by Senator Benton (D-Conn), "appears to be without precedent so far as procedure Is concerned." - COBS' BLOOD FOR KOREA—Giving their blood, as well as their service, are these sailors of the carrier USS Philippine Sea, Lined up on the carrier's night deck in San Francisco are part of the 5100 §hipmat«» who pledged their blood, making them the nation's largest single group o( donors. The R*d Cro» "Bloodmobile" was hoisted aboard the cnrrler to lake the blood, slated for Ko'— Charley Almost Lost His Free Ice Cream, But Party Is Set ST. LOUIS, S«pt. 20. UP)— Something' worso th»n taking a bath- yes, evtn worse than returning to school- almost happened to seven- year-old Charles Oltuon. His free ice cream was supposed to be cut off tomorrow. But he ivon a 30-day reprieve last night, and the cold, rtelectable mounds of vanilla, strawberry and chocolate will be hi* fcr the nsklne until Oct. 20. Charles us the hoy who found a lias C'OiiUtiiinjt 1250 on a bank's parking lot a month ago. He turned it over to his father, who re turned It to the owner—which happened bo be a St. Louts Ice cream company. As A reward, the firm gave Charles a $25 defense bond and mcnth's tree supply of Ice cream fur himself, his friends and family Only Charles will get the ice cream the next 30 days. The second grader quickly tied into the stuff. He dropped by the plant Just about every flay. He l^ it first one way and then mother —dipped up by the spoon plain, In • sundae* and In malts. W. H. Volkmar. manager of tlu firm, estimates the boy hai averaged about a quart a day. It shows, too. He has gained 4 1 ,} pounds in the month—from 51 to 61H pounds. Volkmar said he put through the 30-day extension because Charlu "has become ono of the biggest boosters of our ice cream." Getting tired of ice cream? "Naw," Charles exclaimed. "I LIKE it." Winning any friends? "Oh. sure, I've fot 40 or 60 of them now. Plenty of girl friends, too." fn recognition of the first milestone, the company 1* throwing > bl? Ice cream party for Charles and his chums tonight. The firm expects half a hundred small fry and Is prepared to dish out J6 or 40 gallons. The Qattara Depression In Egypt Is 438 feet below »ea level. Your Old Refrigerator Accepted As Down Payment As Shown Below GENERAL© ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS ,. Modtl NF-6G Refrigerator for small riomes or compact titcheni, G.E. 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