The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1949 · Page 2
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'(XKK.f NSWS Saylor's Vktory Encourages GOP Pennsylvania Vote • May Point Way for Election! in 1950 By JM* Bell WASHINGTON, Sept, !S. (AP) — Republicans crowed today that a "OOP victory in * Peniuylvnnia congressional race was n stinging rebuke" to President Truman's do- tnwtle policies, Hailing the triumph of Republican John P. Saylor over Mrs. Robert L. Coffey, Democrat, In .specinl election in the 2flth Pemuylvanla district Tueaiay, OOP leader.? showed clearly they think they have found & major Issue for their 1950 efforts to regain control of Con- Guy George Gabrtetpon, national Republican chairman, put it this *ay In a statement: "The election oi the Republican candidate . . . constitute.? a slinging rebuke to the Trnman administration elfort to lead this nation down the road to stalLsm." Said Rep. Leonard ' Hall of New York, chairman of the OOP congressional campaign committee: Mar Point (o 1950 Trends "If the President and ills followers are wise, they will see in (lie outcome of Pennsylvania's 26th congressional district election an omen of what awaits them In 1950 and perhaps awaken to the fact that Americans rfo not want to be led down the back road to socialism." Saylor defeated Mrs. Cotfey handily In a race that was pitched primarily on Republican attacks on —and Democratic defense of—President Truman's domestic legislative, proposal*. Like the President. Mrs. Coffey called for repeal of the Tail-Hartley act. Like Senator Tail (R-OWo). Saylor «aid some changes in the act were necessary. Qabrielson cited what he called Saylor's "door-bell ringing campaign" as » pattern for 1950 GOP efforts. But he appeared happiest about Ihe success of Republican efforts to convince the voters that President Truman is veering toward "stHtlsm." a term the Republicans variously define to imply that the Democrats »re trying to substitute a paternalistic government for Individual Initiative. Rebuff for I.e[t Wingers Saylor has branded as "carpet - baggers" the AFL and CIO labor lenders brought Into the district to help Mrs. Coffey In her campaign. She Is the mother of the lr*s Rep. Robert L. Coffey. Jr., war hero who last fall broke the Republican's 10- year-long control of the district. Gabrielson said in his statement that the results added up to a rebuff to "left-wing garni squads." , In a race watched closely for a possible Indication of voting trends next year, Saylor ran ahead in industrial Johnstown, where the Democratic candidate had been expected to pile up a large niArgin. Democrats were quick to note that the 26th District was in Republican hands from 1938 until Coffer won in last year's election by > margin of 12.000 votes. In advance, however, both parties had regarded the contest as • test of Mr. Truman's prog rain and of the. effectiveness of the Republicans In attacking it. Verdict Given On 15 Year Old Murder Case TAHLKQUAH, OkU., Sept. 15. (#5 —A verdict of manslaughter Tuesday night brought to a clo.it the 15-year-old shotgun slaying ot Je&s Welch. Found' guilty wax Floyd B. Nor- rls. 53, who faced Irlfll on a charge of murder In Ihe 1934 death of the Cherokee County lumber mill operator. The district court jury was out four hours. It returned without • sentence, however- That will be 1<U to Judge E, G. Carroll who presided over the two-day trial. He will pronounce sentence following the present court term, Norrls, apprehended In Tennessee, maintained yesterday that he fired In self defense. He thought he saw Welch reaching for R gun following a quarrel at the Welch home. The trial -a-os marked by a stormy duel between defense counsel E. G. Brown, Sr,, of Pryor find .special prosecutor William Miller ot Tahl- equflh. Brown said after tlie verdlce he would file notice of appeal. Police Searching For Kidnapper of Paragould Man JONESBORO. Sept, 15. MV-John Adams, Paragould taxi driver, reported to police here yesterday that he had been kidnaped fit gunpoint, bound and robbed ot $31 by two men. Adnms sflld he picked up two fares in Paragould who wanted to go (o a night club near Arbyrd. Mo. Before reaching tiie Missouri town one of the men put. a gun In the driver's ribs and ordered him to drive south toward Leachville, Ark., he reported. The two men tore off his shirt, bound ' '^ hands behind him, took his money and drove to Jonesboro Adams alleged The two men left lini bound in the back seat of the ?ab in the rnilroad yards here. He managed to free himself and reported the happenings to Jonesboro police. A widespread search Is In progress, New Members Homed To Ark. Power Board LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 15. (AP) — Two new members were named to the board of directors of the Ark- Rnsns Power and Light Company and all of the utilities officers were re-elected Tuesday. New board members, chosen at fl stockholders* meeting here, arc V/. \V. Campbell, president of the National Bank of Eastern Arkansas p-t Forrest City, and W. C. Biewstcr. president of the First National Bank of Magnolia. They succeed Laurin Davis, Waldo, deceased, and Joe Hardin, Grady, resigned. All other board members were reelected. KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Weather is Generally Favorable for Harvest LITI'LE ROCK, Sept. 15. ',*) — Arkansas enjoyed generally favorable harvesting weather, during the last week, the crop reporting service said yesterday. It reported the cotton crop below expectations in some areas, with considerable boll worm damage in Chlcol and Lincoln counties. Cotton is opening rapidly in most areas. The report said the harvest ut early rice ts well along with good yields general. Medium and late varieties in Arkansas County have headed out and are in the milk or dough 'singe. Help 15 Mile, of Kfdn.y Tub»« Flu»h Out Poiionoua W««t. 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