The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1951 · Page 18
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 18

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 20, 1951
Page 18
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PAGE EIGHTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Truman Can Beat Anyone In '52, Even Eisenhower, New York Democrat Says WASHINGTON', Sept. 20. Uf>>— Edward J. Flynn, Democratic national committeeman from New York, said after a White House call yesterday that President Truman "can beat anybody" In 1952, even Gen. DwiRht D. Eisenhower. Flynn professed not to know, however, whether Mr. Truman wilt welt reelection. He said that when he told the prejlde.nt "New York slate will support him in anything he wants to do," the President "Just smiled and said nothing." Flynn, former Democratic national chairman, talked with Mr. Truman just after a Presidential call by James A. Farley, another former national chairman of the parly. Country Is Prosperous Farley said the people ol the United States "rarely vote an administration out of power if the country is prosperous and the people arc working." He, too, slid he didn't know whether Mr. Truman will seek re-election—"and frankly, I didn't ask him." In fact, Farley said, he and Mr. Truman didn't discuss politics in the course of their "general conversation." Fiynn, however, said politics was the main purpose of his call on the President. "Stuffed Shirts- He said the Republicans "can't beat somebody with nobody" and that (hey have nothing but "blatherskites and stuffed shirts." "What about Gen, Elsenhower?" he wos asked. "What Is he?" Flynn countered. "I've been trying to find out for years whether he Is » Democrat or a Republican." Reporters then wanted to know Pope Urges Catholici To Fight Publication! Giving Sex Instruction VATICAN CITY, Sept. JO. (7P>— Pope Plus XII called today upon Catholics to fight against publications which he «aid purport to be books of sex Instruction but "deliberately attempt to corrupt or to ihamefully exploit tot vile interests the lowest Instincts of debased natures." The pontiff said thin In »n address to a pilgrimage o( some 100 French parents, whom he urged to Join In a camnign to protect morals and ensure the sanctity oJ the family. Th« pope »ald the Church realizes the importance of proper Instruction, and dealt wtyh It through counsel and advJc* which' 1* given with dignity. whether he thought the President could beat Elsenhower should thp general—who says he's not a can- oldate—be nominated by the Republicans. "Truman can boat anybody," Flynn replied. Mock Air Attack On Little Rock To Be Staged LITTLE ROCK, Sept, 20. Wj-A mock air attack will be staged on Little Rock Friday with some characteristics of the real thing. Air Force pianes will participate in the attack, which Is under supervision of the Pulaski County civil defense organization. Col. O. C. Graham, Pulnskl civil defense director, said today nine air raid warning sirens and 12 large industrial whistles will sound at 7:30 a.m., signifying the beginning of the "raid." In addition, Little Rock's five radio stations will broadcast transcripts of sirens, he said. At 3 p.m.. the sirens and whistles again will sound to notify the population that everything's "all-clear." The Air Force previously had notified citizen.'! of Little Rock thiil B-36 bombers would stage practice missions over Uie city Friday. Geysers In Alaska's Valley of lo,. 000 Smokes Mnd plumes of steam 1,000 feet up. Foods I Liked Besl UPsef Me Most! But Now I Eat What I Like, Thanks to Tumi ll't hard lo pin up favorite foodi, even burn may r*iult. But you can dp AI million do. Tn«r juit carry a roll of Tuniiin pockttorpune. Fat I or 2 like candy, • nd presto, therVf ^.'^"^K"'^' Turn, V . IUM5 F0« THE TUMMY ee /this wonderful washer AUTOMATICALLY woihei, rlmei, domp-drlei be Her, quicker, cleaner, mor» quietly I Amazing new SHAMPOO ACTION gently waihes every stitch wonderfully cl-an. Exclusive, patented "Centric" Agitation makes the rnagk difference I With these MATCHLESS FEATURES: SHAMPOOI A. clothel. NEW, . waihei cleon«f. NEW, «iclinlv rinsing action. EASIER on lh« clotlwi. • EXCLUSIVE Spin. Air« damp-drying. • QUIET, imoolh>i peiformanco, • FEWER wotting partt. tlteOnl- 1 Washer. SHAMPOOS COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC WASHER AUTOMATIC LEVELING SIGWAC LKSH1 Aielf-(«vellnp device com- peniol«-fof rfia rfiffef. *n«i in floor level, per- GEARLESS AUTOMAHC 1RANSMISSION Light Inditctor h en « madiina it In op«fot>on. Afflaiingly timpta detrgn f! when cycle h or>d •ngi«eering,f or qutel, miiring waiher ro llan<* tompleltJ. Savei many firmly. No boltinj oovrv , fe pi lo Jogndry room. HALSELL & WHITE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER W, Iftfl MAIN & DIVISION COMFORT FOR THE WOUNDED—This Is an interior view of the forward pnrt of the Army's new general-purpose vehicle, recently displayed in Washington. The new unit con carry 37 passengers or 18 Utter patients or 10,000 pcitmJs of cargo or various romblnatlons of those loads. PHONE 6096 St. Louis Firm Takes Over Plant At Rogers, Ark. ROGERS, Ark., Sept. 20. IIP,— A St. Ixiufs firm yesterday tcok over the Idle Hlnton Canning Co., here a* a plant for processing poultry feathers. The new plant, to he known as the Arkansas By-Products Co., will purchase poultry feathers for export trade and for use In mattresses and cushions. Heretofore Arlcaiuas poultry processing plants have disposed of feathers u refuse. The new concern will be headed by Sam Lermnn, operator of the American Feather Co., St. Louis. Walter L Hlnton of Rogers, own- REPAIR SERVICE All appliancei: rerrlceratori. freezers, ranees, and washer*. Ridloi and tmall appliineei. All our work Is guaranteed. Adams Appliance Co. «r of the canning plant property, said equipment for the new concern will arrive next week. The plant probably will go Into operation Oct. 15, employing between » to 30 workers. U.S. Givet $31 Billion In Postwar Foreign Aid WASHINGTON, Sept. JO. (/Ft— I ostwar »!d from the United States to foreign countries totaled 131,400.000.000 through last March 31, the National Advisory Council on International Monetary Problems told Congress. • rou u» fiiRwinr "ch*i am [h»t ii/ed. kli-in. iiimr if Mtiie Ciurdiil ettii dir hM t Sea anenomei resemble delicate flower*. Their dainty "petals" are actually tentacle* reaching out to trap unwary ihrlmpe or other nu| marine prey, according to th* Rational Geographic Society.. MONTHLV CIAMK cm MI IF Lirr | AH Ex-Service Men Are Invited 4 5TH. DISTRICT MEETING Sunday — Sept. 23rd 11-Church Dinner BusincM 1:11 Membership IT IS TIME TO PAY YOUR DUES—1952 Th« American teflon h» ipoiuored ill north-white LEGISLATION that hii been of benefit to the ei-ierylteman and kb family, raeh ai Education at Vetertnt, G. I. Loam. 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