The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1951 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 30, 1951
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PAGE TWO •BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Solon Predicts Truman-Barkley Ticket Again for Democrats in '52 By JACK BEU, nomination. He has been saying forlernl "Is still the indLsnensable man WASHINGTON, Oct. 30. W> - (months and reiterated thaUhcgen-1 in Burop^ •' P * * * * » * Anti-Truman Leaders Plan Strategy Dixie Democrats Ready For Show without Star Senator Anderson ID-Nit) predicted today the Democrats will come up with a Truman-BarWey ticket again In the 1952 Presidential race, Anderson, who heads the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, told a reporter he believes Senator Taft (B-Ohio) will be the Republican nominee. Presumably there will be a lot of speculation about the Democratic ticket when the national committee meets here tomorrow to ratify the selection of Prank E. McKinney, Indianapolis banker, to be the new party chairman. McKinney \vi\s endorsed last night by retiring Chairman William M. Boyle, Jr., and thtij obviously by President Truman. If everything works out as he envisions it, Anderson said he thinki the Democrats will win handily next year. He listed as "excellent" his party's chance.s of retaining control of the Senate. . Democrat* Hold Edge The Democrats now outnumber Republicans. 60 to 46 In the Senate. And the seats of only 13 Democrats, as compared with those of 20 Republicans, are a,t stnke In the 1952 voting. Most of the Dcmo- crntic seats are in the Democratic South. Senator'Clements (D-Ky) agreed with. Anderson that Vice President Alocn Barkley acts "25 years younger" than his age. Barkley will be 77 on Nov. 24 but It is indicated he will be available ns a candidate. .Hlj possible candidacy was endorsed over the weekend by Secretary of lAbor Tobin. Brewster Bel« on TaH Senator Brewster tR-Me) said In * seperate Interview he can go only part way with Anderson in the litter's prediction. Srewstcr said he Is betting that Taft will be the Republican nominee. "Taft will win the nomination •nd he will win the election," Brewster declared. He said he had thought until recently that Mr. Truman would be the Democratic candidate bat now Is not so sure. Drtwster expressed belief that j Gen. Dwlght D. Elsenhower will tot bt available for either party's > SELMA. Ala., Oct. 30. «?'i—Dixie Democrats went ahead with plans for their 1952 election curtain-raiser today even though the star of the show, Virginia's Senator Byrd, won't be in the cast. Byrd marte It, plain yesterday that he Intend!; to leave here shortly after speaking to the annual tneet.- ng of the Dallas County Farm Bureau Thursday. I A conference of anti-Truman to talk election strategy Is scheduled after Byrd's speech. Slate Rep. Walter Glvhan. who called the caucus, said at the time It might develop Into a "draft Hyrrt" lor President movement. The Virginia senator tald yester- day, however, that he must leave Montgomery at 2:20 pm. ICSTI Thursday In order to get » flight to Washington before Friday. Byrd' is at 11 a.m. ICST) and a. barbecue which probably will last at least nn hour follows. He must drive to Montgomery, 50 mile? to the east, lo catch his plane so there will be little time lo sit In on the party meeting. Byrd will be In Montgomery the night before to attend a private dinner party In his honor given by lumberman Scott Shepherd, brother-in-law o f Gov. Herman Tal- madgc of Georgia. He said he will have plenty of time for meetings that night. Airliner Lands Safely After 2 Hours with Stuck Landing Gear NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 30. MV-An airliner carrying 40 perso/B came down safely last night after getting instructions 400 miles away for lowering a Jammed landing gear. The Chicago and Southern Constellation circled Molsant International Airport (or two hours anrt 13 minutes while Flight Engineer Ed Acree of Memphis. Tenn., worked on the landing gear. Acrce, baffled after emergency measures fnlted to lower the giant liner's left wheel,' asked C. and S. headquarters at Memphis for advice. The maintenance department there broke out a diagram of the plane, diagnosed the trouble, anrt leletypcd the airport control tower here instructions how to lower the wheel manually. The tower radioed Acrce. fcncy hatch In the plane's, belly. Acree cleared away stacks of heavy luggage, squeezed through another emergency compartment, and shutoff a hydraulic gear that controlled the landing mechanism. Then he lowered the wheel by a manual lever. Safe aground. 3i passengers. many with tear-filled eyes, praised Acree and t h e lour other crew members. James R. Mary of New Orleans said, "the crew Is really to be commended. They didn't tell us anything. But we knew the landing gear was stuck." TUESDAY, OCTOBER 90, 1W1 L< BUS FMJNGK KILLS 7, INJURES 25-Injurcd lie around the wreckage of a big Greyhound bus which plunged 40 feet off a ramp of the San Francisco Bay brtdjje near Oakland, Calif., killing seven persons and injuring 25. The bus pancaked on its —AF Wlrepholo 32 occupants and was Inbound from Salt Lake City. It went out of control after hitting a concrete block chewed out of a<j abutment by a careening car ahead of it. Rescuers strive to reach other dead and injured. Iceland cumbers, hothouses. raises Its tomatoes, cu- melons and grapes Jn Wiggling through a narrow emer- Read Courier New, classified Ads. Sailor Blamed In Bus Tragedy Drunken Driver's Act Fixed as Cause for Crash; 7 Were Killed ^ SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. lO.'^t— "very drunk" sailor has been blamed for the Greyhound bus tragedy which killed seven persons and injured 22 Just before dawn Sunday Wayne Petty, chief traffic investigator for the Oakland Police Department, said laboratory tests showed that Navy Boatswain Mate WE GIVE YOU 50 GALLONS OF OIL WHEN YOU BUY A BEAUTK! UL NEW Coleman OIL HEATER Take advantage of this special offer and you get what amounts fo your first month'* heating bill absolutely free. The Coleman heater efficiency will keep all the rest of your fuel bills tower than you have ever experienced before. PRICES START AT $ 84 95 LOW DOWN PAYMENT EASY TERMS THIS SENSATIONAL OFFER FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY Coleman gives you exclusive Fuel-Air Control that saves up to 25% on your season's fuel bill. Big volume circulation-heat two to five rooms. Beautiful styling that fits right in with your home furnishings. 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His car rolled on top of him when it bounced off the abutment. Argentines Say Atom Is Ready Industrial Us* Near, One Physicitr Says BUENOS AIRES', Argentina. Oct. 30. .WV—Argentina says sne has successfully completed "big scale trials" at «n Isolated atomic energy plant and u nearing the development stage of an atomic renctor for industrial use. A government communique from Dr. Ronald Richter, Austrian-born physicist In charge of Argentine atomic research, added that technical installation at Huemel Island In Nahtiel Hunpi Lake, a 10,000- foot-high spot in th« Andes 7M 30,000 Ford M«n Face 'Layoff DETROIT, Oct, 30. (API—L»y. off» during th* first two wwki at December will iMect some 30,0*0 employes »t ft« big Rouge Pltnt In Dearborn, the Ford Motor Co. Mid today. About 1S.OOO workerf »t ford w.- sembly pitnti In II cltie* will b* l»td off during the latter part at December, the company Mid. The layoffs are attributed to model changeovers and government production quotas. 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