The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 11, 1950
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PACK SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUHTER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1958 Politicos Warm Up in North Carolina Two Democrats 4 To Be Opponents In '50 Election By Noel Ymncey '' RALEIGH, N. C,, April 11. W>— On« of those colorful campaigns for which the South Is noted Is unfolding in North Carolina as it approaches primary lime and the >K>min»tlons of two Democratic sen- •lon. ,, '' •. One of president Truman's slron- «*st southern nipporlers Is being 'challenged. He is Senator Frank P. Grjhim. Senator Clyde R. Hoey it unopposed for another six-year • Communism, FEPC and the '"planned State" are among the issues of the race in which Graham, former president of the University ! 6f North Carolm*. is seeking election to the remaining four years of ;the term to which h« was appointed last yesr. Graham Is Supporter I: Graham is considered an adinin- .tatration supporter in general, but :h« h« differed with the president ;bjr announcing his opposition to ; *ompulsory medical insurance and fair employment practices legisla- llon with compulsory features. He favors voluntary medical plans. Opposing Graham in the campaign for the Democratic nomination—which assures election In tills s'-.te—are two strong contenders, neither of whom would be considered an administration backer If elected. One is former Senator Robert R. Reynolds who Is trying for a political comeback after sitting on the sidelines for six years.' The other Is Willis Smith, 62- year-old Raleigh lawyer and a former president of the American Bar Association. His political background Includes three lerrns in the state legislature. Including one as speaker of the house. Primary IS Jlay 27 The primary will be held on May 27. A run-off between the lop two candidates will be hold June 24 If none of the three receives a majority in the first primary. Graham, at 63, is a small, dynamic man who long has been a controversial figure in North Carolina. He has the strong backing of Governor Kerr Scott, who appointed him to the Senate, nnd other leaders of the party's so-called "liber- al" wing. Smith, a (all, handsome man and a persuasive speaker, inherited substantial following of Qrah»m opponents the day he entered the race. He Injected Communism, the FEPC and the "Planned Stat*" u campaign Issues in an attack aimed squarely at Graham. Although Graham Is now opposed to a compulsory FEPC, Smith' asserts Graham favored It as a member of President Truman's committee on Civil Rights. Communism Raised In raising the issue of Communism, Smith sought to lake advan- lago of a charge lhal Graham ha let his name be used by left-wing groups, some of which turned u| on the government's subversive Us! Graham replied that the charge I "a falsehood that has been repeate over and over again about me." H denied he had ever been a Com munlst or a Socialist 01 a membe or supporter of "any organb.atio known or suspected by me of beln controlled by Communists or Soc iallsts." ' Planned Slate The "Planned State" issue raise by Smith apparently Is a varia SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED! Carney Awning Co. Now Offers Aluminum Awnings In addition to our regular canvas awnings, we can now supply home-owners with two of the nation's finest lines of Aluminum Awnings . . . Kool Vent and Ron-Del . . . precision-made metal awnings for lasting beauty. Complete installation service, of course. For estimates without obligation, just phone us. 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Today Pittsburgh Faint*, In many retpectt, are better than ever before. flORHIDf— WATEftSPAR ftuperior exterior Paint —conutni "Vilohied i"—Ptlmtr »«*.• y—Finishing a llvt. tou^h •ndilaatk. $5.13 Wond«r-working oil b«se paint—covers any »u rfac«—a ni form rich aheen coating—can ^« wash*d r*peatcrtlT- $3.78 The Floor Palnl that witbsUnd» heavy l*ot traffic — ua« U on Boorm • nd slept of wood, cement, tnel»l or worn linoleum. $5.15 Quick-drying Enamd — giv«j wood wo i V and furniture n«w beauty •nd added lifa — r«siiu tn*rrLn£ — cleans easily Qt. $2.07 These Regular Prices Reduced 10% Until April 22 Lightning Misses Child IvOS ANGELES, April 11. largo pollock, 2, missed death by riches. A bolt of lightning struck her •lorne yesterday, tearing off part •t the window jamb and hurling it 5 feet across the child's room 'leces of plaster, wood and glass plaint of the plaintiff,*, Joe A. Is overed her crib. Large sections of' bell, and upon her failure to do so DOGGONE!—Grain dealer Harry McKinzie of Colorado Springs, Colo., has a fond look for his dog Stubby after the pooch, missing for more Ulan a year, McKinzie says, found his way home from Indiana. 1000 miles away. Naval Reservists Escape Harm In Crash Landing of Plane BENTON HARBOR. Mich., April 11. (/!*> — Bight Naval Reservists from the Minneapolis area miraculously escaped • Injury yesterday when their PV-2 twin-engine plane crash-lamled Just off the Lake Michigan shoreline. They were returning from a weekend flight to Bermuda by way of Norfolk, Va. One of the crew, 22-year-old Lyle Paskct of St, Paul. Minn., swam about 200 feet to shore to get help. The others were brought in by canoe. The plane—a land craft attached to the Glen view Naval Air Station at Chicago—had circled blindly over this area ln ; ti driving rain for more than an hour, arousing the twin cities of Bentoni Harbof and St. Joseph on the lake shore. Hundreds atched the plane go down. Lt. <JG) Thomas Milton, the lot, had about 40 gallons of gstso- ne left when he brought the plane own after foiling to locate the air- 21 3 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 2O15 on of the Republican "Welfare tate" attack on the Truman Administration. "The blueprint of Socialism [ready emerging from the draw- ng boards of the planners," Smith aid in his platform statement. '"Hie tanners may soon become the plot- rs. and the plotters the masters f the people unless we stop them 'here they are." , Reynolds, who is 66, has not carn- algned as intensively as Qrahan nd Smith and may stake hi. bailees on a whirlwind finish. Ap larently he is counting on a sub tantial personal following. In his platform, Reynolds Joinec Graham and Smith In opposition t he I'EPC and "socialized medi inc." He also called for an em o foreign aid spending, a ban or mmigratlon, $100 month pension or all over 65, reduced taxes fcn an end to deficit spending. He sal le would not favor repeal of th Tail-Hartley act but would favo an amendment to permit the close ihop. THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNT*, ARKANSAS. Jo« A. Isbcll, PlatnllS, vs. No. 11245 Mabel E. Isbell, Defendant. WARNING ORDER The defendant. Mabel E. Isbell, Is warned to appear In this court wlth- thlrly days and aru|»*r the com- piaster were ripped !rom the wall. But Margo, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Pollock was not Injur- said complaint will be Uken u confessed. Witness my hand and Mai is Clerk of the Chancery Court of the Chlclusawba' District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, this 20th day of March, 1850. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk, By Ruth Magee, D. C. _ 3121-28-4:4-11 "Say It With Flowers' BLVTHEVILLE- FLOWER MART Memphli Hiway Phone WOZ ort here. Scores of cars headed for th cene of the crash, but before nyone could get there the seven x:cupants remaining had climbed »t and were standing on top ol le fuselage. Dr, Bouton Sowers, prominent Benton Harbor surgeon, paddled hlf anoe out into the calm lake anc rought the men back to shore. Ht lade four trips. Within half an hour 'after thf ' rash, a crowd of 600 to 100 persons lad gathered at Jean Kloc'i Pirk ,o watch the rescue. Many of them had been at the ity airport a short time earlier, hining the headlights of their cars n an effort to guide the pilot. Because of the rain, Milton < larely able to see the lights. It had been feared if the plane rled to land at the city .airport t would run into a nearby high .ension-power line. AttempU were being made to warn Milton of the danger when the crash occurred. Rites to Be Held For Warren Man WARREN, Ark., April 11. Funeral services will be held In St. Louis Wednesday morning for Robert w. Fiillerton, 69, president of the Bradley Lumber Company here. Fiillerton died in R St. Louis hospital Saturday night after, an illness of several months. He had been president of the Bradley Lumber Company, one of the laregst In the stale, since 19H- He/also was president of the Warren and Saline Railroad Company. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Stella Bunch Fullerton, a son, Robert, Jr., Warren, two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Davis, Los Angeies, and Mrs. Ruby . Horton, Greenwich, Conn., and a brother, 8. Baker, Fiilterton, Warren. CHtC* WIK MMl HOW ! Your horn* u who* you niol» Tt . . . ttip yewri I* Tip-Top iV«p« wfrt, periodic eh*<V-up, Don il nitd Oultld» Point, Inlinor well firmK*t or -allpeptr . . . d« *tii floon n«*d riFinithlng? . . . How'i Ci» wotxfworV? N»»d Pointing f» crueV baitrn«nt i»»pogt 7 H«r« or* many horn* fi»»r n««Ji! All at low pric*i .. . Step in at SS«r»;*- Williomi Point StrvTc* CvnFtr today . . . Point now ! SHERWfN-WlLLMMS WIATHEKATIP M y*J fcuy k HOUSE PAINT - It"? T)i«fl SWF htt*« point oni-« n u s«' ajtanlttgt »v*ry litn*. Stop wflfryrrsj and itort f.ini;^ NOW wrt. 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