The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1950 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1950 Representative Predicts GOP Control of House BLVTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WASHINGTON, May 10. (&)— A leading House Republican predicted yesterday the GOP will come close to winning control of Congress in the November balloting. For publication, Democratic strategists were saying nothing except that it is too early to make forecasts. Republicans now have 171 House « 1 42 Senate seats. Democrats 'e 260 House and 54 Senate scats. ?re Is one Amerlcan-Laborlte in the House and three vacancies, To have numerical control, a party needs 218 House and 49 Senate seats. Rep. Clarence Brown of Ohio, who managed the GOP Congressional campaign in 1946 when Republicans regained control of Congress after a long dry spell, told newsmen the GOP will "pick up from 25 to 35 House seats and probably five Senate scats in the November elections." While gains of that size wouldn't knock the Democrats out of control, it would make the party division so close that n coalition of Republicans and Southern Democrats could run the show. There always have been some Southerners who won't vote with the Truman Democrats. Picture May Change Between now and November Brown said, the picture may change to such an extent that Republicans could win numerical control of both branches of Congress and wouldn'i have to rely on Southern Democrats, "There Is a definite trend now away from radicalism and the Truman program," Brown said. "Evidence of that is the defeat of Senator Pepper in the Florida Demo cratic primary and the election o a Republican representative from Tjji^as for the first time in more f^Bh twenty years." Brown recently made a survey o the Republican outlook and sail the GOP may gain these Senat seats this year: Pennsylvania, Illinois, Idaho; Cal liorma and Connecticut. House gains, he said, will Includ these: Massachusetts, New Jersey, Mary land, Michigan, Nebraska and Okla homa, 1 seat each; Ohio and Calif ornia, 3 each; Connecticut, 2; Perm sylvania, Indiana, Kentucky. Illin ois, Missouri, Colorado and New York, 1 to 3 each. Rep. Mike Kir wan of Ohio, chair man of the Democratic Congress ional committee, wouldn't.commen on Brown's claims. "It's too early to make any predictions," Kirwan said. "Wait until about six weeks before the election and we'll have some based on more than wishful thinking." Real Estate Transfers (Chickasawba District) George and Lola Imogene Davis o F. C, McKemie. a plot 150 by 60 1 acre In Section 4-14N-11E, II Mid other consideration, . Dr. r. A. Robinson,-Jack Pinley and Ellene Robinson and Martha Allen Robinson WhiUltt to Mary Adah Robinson Miley, 22S acres In Section 11-15N-12E, $1< and other consideration. , • • ; Beaulah Raspberry and Roy Ma t- tix to Flossie R. and O. A. Down- Ing, a plot 246 by 503 feet in Section 25-16N-10E, $351. . .' Beaulah Raspberry and Roy Mattix to Delmer Lee and Aher L. Raspberry, a plot 460 by 132 fett in Section 25-16N-10E. »357. Virginia Plnkerton HemphUI to Tom and Bessie Grimes, 1M.35 by fekctric Union Is Called Red ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. May 10. (AP)—C.I.O. President Philip Murray said yesterday the United Electrical Workers (Ind.) "is the hard core of communism ill America." In an address opening the fifth biennial convention of the United Steelworkers Union, Murray said: "The U.E. has the type of leadership that devotes themselves to serving the interests of the Soviet government." The U.E. was one of six unions recently expelled by the. C.I.O. on charges ol being dominated by trie Communist Party. eet in the northwest corner of Block "A" of the K. A. Ashahranner Addition to Manila, $400. Leslie N. and Edith M. Brown to Earsley S. and Jennie Lee Robins, 24.11 acres In section 20-21. 1SN- !E, S31.027.50. W. P. and Martha Cotton to Her- icii and William Kenninmonth Lot 3 of Block 25 of tlie Blythe Addition, $3,185. Blllie and Eva Mac Ovcrton to ra Oiler, one square acre In Sec- ion 8-15N-10E, $1 and exchange of >ropeity. Ira and Essie Oiler to Billie Overon, Lot I of the northwest quarter of section 8-15N-10B. less 46 acres 1 and exchange of property. J. E. Stevenson, Jr., and Mary K Stevenson to Clyde A. Whitley, all of Lot 6 of Block 6 of the Country Club Drive Addition, $7,000. W. P. Mahon and Jessie Mahon :o C. L. Lucius and Herbert Betts. Lot 1 of Block 6 of Wilson's Third Addition, S650. H. T. and Geneva Gertrude Qlll to Max and Annie Laurie Logan. Lot 7 of Block 1 of Country Club Drive, $10 and other consideration Max and Annie Laurie Logan and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to Otway and Joyce Parks. Lot 13 of Block "B" of the John B. Walker Second Subdivision, $900. Max and Annie Laurie Logan and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to David K. and Pansy Tatum, Lot '. ol Block "B" of the John B. Walker Second Subdivision, $800. J. Max Walters and Virginia Sue Walters to Milton and Dorothy Towles, Lot 175-A, 176-A of Block 13 of the Original Survey of Manila. SI and other consideration. C. R. and Mrytle Osbrun to Mrs Vera Ferguson, part of the iirregular lots in Lot 11, SW-4 of Section 9- 15N-11E, ?2,750. j James and Carrie B. While to Luther Gray, a plot 60 by 150 feet in Section 16-15N-11E, $285. Odis and Willie Mae Hurt to Leonard and Bessie Taylor. Lot 1 of Block 6 of the W. w. Holllpeter Second Addition, $365. Jesse M. and Dona Clayton to J. E. Stevenson, Jr., Lot 5 of the Willie Beasley Subdivision, $1 and other consideration. J. E. Stevenson, Jr., and Mary K. Stevenson to Maurice and Hettie Sale, Lot 5 of the Willie Beasley Subdivision, si and other consideration. Claude L. ana Teria 'Barnes to Dovie Lambert, a plot 130 by 50 feet, in section 17-15N-8E, $175. Elizabeth Luusford and James O. Lentz to Ann Powell, Lot 17 of the irregular lots in Section IG-15N-11E. SI and other consideration. Ann Powell to Elizabeth Lunsford and James O. Lentz, Lot 17 of the Irregular lots in Section I6-15N-11E, 51 and other consideration. N. C. Patterson and Joe Bourland, trustees of the Armorel Baptist Church to the Armorel School District Number 9, Plot 278 by 360 link: in Sections 15. 16. 21, and 22, all in 15N-12E, $1 and other consideration. Dr. F. A. Robinson, Jack Flnley and Ellene Robinson, and Mary Adah Robinson Miley to Martha Allen Robinson Whitsitt, 207 acres In Section 11-15N-12E, $1 and othei consideration. Mrs. Arah Speck to Norman Speck , . 417.42 feet In section 1-15N-10E, |250 E. W and Ival Kleffner to G. A and Caroly Hipp, KV, of Block of the Mathews Second Addition to Leachville, (1.500. Leonard and Bessie Taylor to John and Ella Hawkins, Lot 3 'ol Block « of the W..W. Holllpeter Second Addition, »1,75«. Howena Crumptori, et al, to Ada Brooks, West 50 feet in Lot 1 of Block -p" of the second replat ol the J. p. Pride »nd Gateway Subdivision, »275., Mrs. Rllla Spain to Blythevllle School District No. 5, all of Lot 21 of the irregular lots In the SE 1-4 of Section 9-15N-11E, $10,000. John R. McDole and Edna Me Dole to W. L| Fin ley, » plot 60 by 342 feet In Section 31-15N-9E, $350 Blylheville Development Corporation to Paul Mahon, Lot 1 and Lot 3 of Block 6 of the Wilson Third Addition, $700. R. A. and Emma .Greenway to Carlos and Martha Sue Deal, Lots 9 and 10 of Block 3 ol the Sparks First Addition, $8,000. Iodine Is naturally present In ocean salt but Is lost In refining. Victims of Polio Are Examined at Children's Clinic Nine of last summer's polio victims were examined Monday at tlie Crippled Children's Clinic conducted at the out-patient polto center at Walker Park yesterday. Dr. John- T. Gray, representing Ihe Crippled Children's Division at tlie Public Welfare Department, examined the patients, and was assisted by Miss Mary Craig, physical therapist. Miss Joan Faith, medical social worker, and Mrs. Annabel Fill. North Mississippi County health nurse. The clinic was the second In a series of small clinics planned to 8lve close observance to those with crippling effects because of the polfn PAGE SEVEN epidemic. ! Tlie clinics are to b« conducted by Dr. dray every other Mond»y. and the crippled children «re being scheduled for appointments In advance In oi-dcr that the limited number can be treated most efficiently. Those receiving treatment Included Ronald Martin of Osceola, Teddy McLean of Kelser, Louise Anderson of Wilson, Bobby Flcenian of Manila, Nettie Nell Moore Ilcnson of Blythevllle, Patricia Carson of Blytrievllle, and three Nepro children: Wilma Jean Dalley, Billy Gene Lewis, and Re- Klna Thompson, all of Blythevllle Street Sign Delayed CHICAGO (AP) — Back in 1ST) the city council decided to give » name to a block-long lane that runs trotn State to Dearborn streets Truman Names Army Assistant WASHINGTON, May 10. (AP) — President Truman yesterday nominated Earl Dallnm Johnson, New York Jm-tttment counselor, to be assistant secretary of the army succeeding Archibald S. Alexander who has become undersecretary. Johnson, 44, was a wartime colonel in the Air Force. He Ls a native of Hamilton. Ohio, Itis home is In Greenwich, Conn. The nomination requires Senate confirmation. north of Adams street. Recently— 13 years later-officials figured' it was time to put up a street sign there. They did. The name: Marble Place. Mother Drops Decision In Wrestling to Court PITTSBURGH, May 19. petite mother dropped a »10 decision In morals court yesterday on charges of roughing up two police- ment at a wrestling match. She Is Mrs. Marion Crawford who was fined for disorderly conduct. Mrs. Crawford, five- feet, two Inches tall and weighing no pounds, denied she kicked one policeman and punched another In the mouth. Explaining she was aroused by the nneentlemanly tactics of * wrestler, she said: "I pi-ess I Just got cxci'eri. They shouldn't allow wrestlers like that to wrestle." Two wTestlcrs, en route to their dressing room, were In the midst of about 75 scuffling women, pollc* testified. '• * »y 's Expert Craftsman » New Motor • New 5-Speed Control • New Site Lite MAIL Thi* Coupon Today^ 'CITY SEWING CENTER. INC. 55 So. Thirti St., Memphis. Tenn. Tel. 37-1392 I would like a free home demonstration or your fully guaranteed rebuilt Singer Sewing Machine at no obligation to m«. 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