The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1944 · Page 3
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MONDAY, JULY 2-1, 19<H BLYTJ1EV1U,K (ARK.) COYR1KK NEWS temocrafs May ief New Records Roosevelt Is First /resident To Hove (Three Running Mates WASHINGTON, July 24 (UP) I the Democrats win in the Fall, fourth term for a president, will °t be the only record.set. • It will be llic lirsl time in Amcrl- "n history Uint a president will *vc run through llirce vfcc-presi- ents. Mr. Roosevelt is (lie fifth ilef executive to switch I'linnlnij rates, but the other four changed T the second Icrm. President .ooscvclt, nin with John Nance turner in his first' two elections. iut he switched to Wallace for the >st term, and now lie's heading for ie polk with his third ruiming liltC. Then, too, if the Democrats win, Jissouri win be nblc to claim its Irst vice-president. Thomas Jefferson hntl two clif- crent vice presidents, Aaron llii'rr 3r his first terni'ancl George Cliu- on for Ills second. Abraham Lincoln liiid Hannibal lamilton of Maine for a vice prcsi- Dnt during liis first four years net shifted to Andrew Johnson of 'ennessec during the civil \vnr in bid for border slate votes for the econd term. Johnson became pres- teit a few weeks after inauijura- ion upon the assassination. Ulysses S. Grant's first- vice resident was Schuyler Colfax; his econd term vice president was Icnry Wilson. William McKinle.v's .situation par- lleled that, of Lincoln. Garrett A: lobart became vice president with lim in 1891, but Theodore Hoosc- elt was the running mate for Mc- Unley's second term. Roosevelt ucceeded to the ;>rcsidcncy when IcKinlcy was assnssigiiatcd six js after his second term SKIN IRRITATIONS of PIMPLES ACNE ITETTER ECZEMA Yugoslavs Given Chance To Live Through UNRRA WASHINGTON, July 24 (UP),— Deputy Chief Leo Oerstcnznng of the Ui>Ue<i Slates Relief nml Rehabilitation Administration In Cairo, has come from death-ravaged Europe with 11 new kind of story. Like an emergency fire brigade, UNRRA, with the help of the Allied Military Government and Marshal Tito, Is snatching 5000 Yugoslavs monthly from starvation and death in Na/.i-occup!cd Yugoslavia. Gorctcnzanc says that as yet, the military sltualion does not permit UNRRA to establish camps In Europe, so the Yugoslavs are coming to Egypt. Says Gerstenziing— "Three people, mostly children, women, and a scattering of old men, keep one step ahead of Hitler's ar-. tnics. fleeing their destroyed vll-' tages to 'llto's territory where there is neither food nor facilities to care for them UNRRA Is their only menus of survival." A small island off the Dalmatian coast serves as an Ellis Island where Tito's partisans bring their people in lots of COO to 1000. Representa- tive.s of llie Anglo-American Control Commission screen them from possible German agents and carriers of contagious disease. Their spirilts brightened "by tlie chance to keep alive," Gerstenzang, who Is private life Is a New Yrjrk manufacturer, said tliclr rccu|)Era- tivq power is remarkable. He described them as high spirited people, mid said some of the women have 27 notches on their guns. Hoys 12 an ( | 13 years old.carry two or three battle wounds. The delinquent. 32-year-uld Henry Jefferson Sharp, surrendered at Tcxarknim Friday. Sharp was accompanied to the Pill office in Tcxarknnn' by his relatives. Sharp has been released an $1000 bond to await action of the F«l- crul Cii'iind Jury. Waiifrd: Tortoise Slid! f;il BIIKKVKI'OUT. Ui, (U.l>.) ~ When K. I'. Carsteiis henrd some •10 years ago that 1'. T. Uarimm. the world's great showman. I mil PAGBTHBKi once offered lo puy $100,000 each for n fi'iimlc calico hmw ami n nmle lortolst'-slidl cat, ho Marled locking fur both. Keceiilly Car.stens found the calico horse while In I-«ke Charles on business. He snys lhal iiUhont;h lianuim is gone- now, ho will still i>> on ficarchlnu for tlie Imtolsc-.slK'll cut. An eli'ctronic device known n.s :i "IllBhlray,' 1 aids pilots l)y keeping l»Us on I lie iinny of flight liislruments in the cockpit; lt tnllioilc-rny lute shows when an Instrument dlvliilrvj from normal condltlon.s, 'I he pi'i'Kent United stales Navy h»s more than 300 rulings, accord- lo llie Navy nurciiu ot 1'eison- nel. Every mile of new concrete W»h- wny requires about 1000 poun<b of tlynamlto for, clearing ^he right of way and supplying tlone and cement. • (externally caused) Clieck llching— Burning tlio antiseptic— easy way wjllifiiimniililiidtund While ... . (lira-led. C'lcaiisoihilywilh Ulai-ltum! While SkmSoap. I Fistula Facts--Free! Hxsociatctl Ailments Kxplaincd •l()-ira»c FREE BOOK—tells [ads about Fistula. Rectal Abscess, Piles Minor Clinic, Suite 1972, 920 McOco, Kansas City, Mo. Helena Council Wants To Buy Water System HELENA, Ark., July 24. (UP) — The Helena city council wants to buy the Helena water system. But the owner. The Arkansas Utilities Company, lias re-fused lo sell at a pi'lce set 1> V engineers who made and appraisal for the cily. However, tlie Utilities Company did propose to make certain concessions, providing - Hie city drops its plans to force sale of tlie waler system. The motion to buy the water works and issue bonds to finance the purchase were adopted at a public hearing Friday night In Helena. Draft Delinquent Ends Long Search Of Officers LITTLE ROCK, July 24. (UP) — A two-year search by the FBI for a draft delinquent of Howard County has come to an end. PERMANENT WAVE Doityourscll, It's easy as puUine your Jwj r u p i n curlers Vou'll Gnu cvcrj'lhing you need in Ltie PERMANENT, WAVt KIT RequiTcs no hrator clcclricily Safr. for everv W^pf Wr Oycr.5 million sold. Gctthe amni tr,l(_Cltarm-Kiirl P.-rmnnenl Wave Kit ""lav nt- Kfrby Bros. Drug Store" and all drug stores. Go to the Polls and Vote for FOR GOVERNOR , July 25th, Ike Voters The People Have Decided to Employ A Successful Business Man to Look After Their Interests in Our Biggest Business - the U. S. Government On Tucsitoy, July 25th, llic voters of Arkmisas will go to the polls to express their choice for a United Stales Senator. They know that the next six years arc micinl years in the economic life of our State and Nation . .. they have weighed carefully the qiialificatioiw'of the candidates and have decided on BARTON, an outstanding businessman, for their next U. S. Senator. Barton's Personal Achievements Are the Best Evidence of His Capacity to Serve Colonel Burton is a self-nmdc man who by iii a individual efforts hns risen to the pinnacle of leadership in the industrial life of our State. Itccognition-of his leadership extends far beyond our own borders. His love for Arkansas and itsi'pcopla" are known to the thousands who hnve watched his career and know tho auccew of this useful citizen. MMI do not achieve R place in the industrial world like that of Colonel Barton by accident. It takes courage, determination and vision. These are the qualities that stamp the man who now asks yon to place him in a field of broader service. Past achievement I« the best evidence of n mnii's capacity to serve. Colopel Barton hns proved himself capable. He has proved himself fnilhful to the people of Arkansive and has nevw failed our country in a time of peril. Colonel Barton has sponsored those things that contribute to the prosperity and welfare c-f all his fellowmen. His resource*illness has brought to this State many industries which have provided employment to thousands of workers. H|i ncWve participation in the development of the live stock industry is well knowp to everyone. The development of this industry alone hns brought thousands 'ot of. new MOMT to AriwMM formera. Mrkaasas tg tor Barton Post-War Conditions Will Require the Brains of a Builder The whole economic structure of lixe country has been dislocated by the exigencies of war, and it will have to be reorganized, and readjusted to changed world eoHdi&ofts, wh^n %vt war ends. U will require Hie \mi brai*s of the natio* te accomplish this montwaental task. It will require the brains of a builder, the same type which originatly bufft up this co«»try and made it great. ' The professional politician will be at a disadvantage, for he hns formed the habit of looking at everything frojm a political angle, and this necessarily limits his field « vz«o». Senate of &« United Stales will play, Uic major role in the reconstruction program, and its members should be broad- gawgwl men, experienced men, far-seeing i««», ooBstructive men, successful rasn, m«B with records of achievement which' guarantee Mieir ability to meet the challenge of a new world and solve its problems without losing sight of the proper balance between the economic requirements of this oownky and those of the rest of the world. .: • Post-war adjustments require men of proven leadership with sound and mature judgment and will) a capacity to get things done. You have such a man in Colonel Barton whose service as United States Se«ator will bring the greatest good to th« greatest number of our people. He has never held public office for pay. He has no political entanglements. As Uniteii Sifltes Senator he would be responsible. only to (he people and not to any political organizations or pressure groups. His ambition is to serve you. Help him by fliv-. i«f$ him your support. j i * MIS 14 21 12 n 24 17 21» M li THIS WAY: For U. S. Senator (Vote for One) I1ATTIC W. CARAWAY- COLONEL T. H. BARTON i i»f / n • i! ~. n. ^uir . Burton-for-Swator C

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