The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO fAKIO COITRT?;* MONDAY, MAT M, Arkansas House to Be Filled with New Faces in Estimated 38 Frosh Members To Take Seats ROCK, May 22. (/?)— A large turnover In membership of tho Arkansas House of Representatives Is certain Jn this year's elections. There will be at least 38 new representatives — more than one-third of the 100-m ember House. Each state representative Is elected lor two-year terms on even years. State senators are elected for four year terms with one-half of the upper chamber membership elected at a time. Of the last legislature, in 1949. twenty-four House members are unopposed for the Democratic nomination, tantamount to election in Arkansas. At least 37 incumbents are opposed for the Democratic nomination Thirty-six Democrats and the one Republican representative in the 19-19 legislature are not running this year. In addition, one Democrat died, thus leaving 38 vacancies to be filled. Candidates for ten of these vacancies are without opposition. There will be a two-party race for the House in at least one county. In Searcy County, two Republicans and one Democrat are seeking to succeed Republican J. II. Tudor, who isn't seeking reelection. That race won't be determined until the November general election. New Men Listed Counties which will send new members to the House in 1851 are: Ashley, Baxter, Boone. Clark. Ole- burne, Cleveland, Criltenden (one of two), Cross, Dallas, Faulkner, Franklin, Hempstead (one of two). Hot Spring, Independence, Johnson, Lawrence. Little River, Logan, Marlon, Mississippi (one of four), Montgomery, Phillips (two of two), Pulaski (four of seven), Randolph, St. Francis (one of two, Saline, Searcy, Sevler, Sharp, Union (one of two), Washington (one of two), white (one of two) and Woodruff. New candidates without opposition for the Democratic nominattop: Boone County, Joe Villincs of Harrison; Clark, R. L. Wright of Arkadelphia; Crittcndcn, Lucien C. Rogers of Earle; Dallas, T. E. Hillman of Fordyce; Hempstead, James R. West of Hope; Little River. Mnr- ' ion H. Crank of Foreman; Logan, L. D. Blair of Paris; Phillips, Marcus J. Howell of Wabash and Roy Wilson of Helena, and Woodruff, Jack Oakes of Augusta. Wright Is a former state representative. Several candidates In other races over the state have hncl legislative experience. The 24 members of the 1949 House without opposition for the Democratic renominatJon: Unopposed Bradley County, c. E. Hcllens- GliRMAN WAR BRIIJK WINS KKI'KIKVK—Mrs. Ellen KnauH (second from left) is Hanked by reporters ami followed by a womiin U. s. Immigration official as she walks through building at Internutionnl Airport at New York after her deportation had been stayed by a U. S. Supreme court justice 20 minutes before she was to have boarded a plane to hrr native Germany. The 35-year-old bride of a former American soldier has been fighting deportation lor two years, A special bill to permit her to remain here has been passed by the House and awaits action by the Senate. (AP Wircphoto), Halsey Discounts Pushbutton Wars In Near Future PHILADELPHIA, May 22. (/P)— Admiral William !•'. H.ilsey, Jr., say/> "push button war Is not around the corner," insisting that the ordinary fighting man—on land, on sea and In the air—still stands as one of the most vital factors In any future struggle. Granting that a third World War would be more than ever one of applied science and bring into use deadlier weapons than armies have had to combat heretofore, Halsey declared tha : , trained manpower must remain tho main bulwark of the nation's military strength. The admiral, now retired, spoke at a luncheon given by patriotic groups in honor of the first Armed Forces Day He put In a strong word for keeping America's air might at a potent level, pointing out that "air power Is of the greatest Importance In obtaining and maintaining mas tcry of the seas." worth of Warren; Chlcot, Ben Bynum of De'inott; Crittenden, Charles P. Smith of West Memphis; Dc- sha, Dcwitt Poo of McGchce; 'Garland, James R. Campbell of Hot Springs; Htmpstead, Thurston Hulsey of Washington; Jackson, Robert Harvey of Swifton; Jefferson, Murrell Galhrlght and E. W. Brockman Jr., both of Pine Bluff; Lafayette, G. P. Robinson of Ixiwisville; E,ec W. L. Ward of Mnrlunna; Lonoke, Golden F. Moore of Moore; Madison, Rolla Fitch of Hindsville; Miller, Jack V. Clark of Texarknnn; Mississippi b. H. Aulry of Burdettc; Ouachita, William I. Purifoy of Camden; pike. Llndcll HIlo of Mnr- frecsboro; Poinsett, H. A. Lynch of Tyronzfi; Prairie, John B. Bethell of DCS Arc; Scott, Floyd Lee of Waldron; stone, Herby Branscum of Onla; Van lluren, Hurt Bradley of Clinton; White, Sam Sullivan of Searcy. Another thing certain about, the 1951- House of Representatives Is there will be a new speaker. The 1049 speaker. Carl Hendrix of Horatio, is not a candidate for reelection. He's running for lieute- nant governor. Several representatives are seeking election to the Senate this year. Trial Drinking Causes Deaths ANCHORAGE, Alaska, May 22. (AP)—An "experimental" drinking party by 13 .soldiers using wood alcohol taken from the Fort Richardson motor pool cost two lives this weekend. Two otiier soldiers were in critical condition and nine were hospitalized. Names or the victims were withheld until relatives were notified. All the men were memenrs of the 813th Engineer Battalion at the fort. The unlucky 13 drank the nlcnhol Friday night. One died 24 hours Inter and the second Sunday morning. The poisonous fluid, known technically us mcthonal alcohol, was used in the motor pool for cold weather starting. Pakistan Gets Oil Requests . LOS ANGELES, May 20. (/P) — Pakistan is receiving many requests for permits to drill and develop its oil lands. Prime Minister Llaquat All Khan told newsmen nt a press conference before his departure today for California's Imperial Valley The possibility of Pakistan being much sought after In the cold war between the Western nations am Russia was Indicated at the conference. The Islamic prime minister said: "There Is oil apparent In Enst Pakistan ns well as West Pakistan. I believe the future of petroleum development in Pakistan 1, brlgrnV-vcry bright, indeed," The prime minister and his party will visit a group of his countrymen who are farming In the Imperial Valley. ^Sheriff Who Clipped Race News Wire Sued EL PASO, Tex., May Tl. Sheriff Joe Campbell says he Is ready to fight a S'S.OOO damage suit { filed against him by Western Union , for snipping the company's wires to ' an Annpra. N.M.. race news service. The company also asked a icderal court injunction to prevent Campbell from carrying out a threat to cut the wires each time they are I restored. IT'S THE BIG ECONOMY LOWEST PRICED Only low-prked cor with o V-type engine] Ford—only Fofd—fn the low-prlc* field offer* you th« smooth, spirited performance of a Y-8 «ngin«. Yet a Ford Y-B U yauri for hundreds of dollars fen than any other "Fight." Yes, even hundreds leu than moil EIGHT! a "Lifeguard" Body! ford's wefded, aD-sleeT "Lifeguard* 1 Body U icienlificalty reinforced a! itresi points for itrenglh — " icund - conditioned " for quiet. Qua lily coach worV and baked-on enamel m«ao fong fife— high resale va!u*. Only low-priced car to receive "Fashion Award"! Y»i, Ford's the only car on rha road to receive the New YorJc FajhTon Academy'* covered Fashion Cor Medal two yean In a row ... the only low-priced cor 1o receive it, everl Only low-priced far with King-Size Brakes! Trips are treats wltS featurej filce Ford'i big 35% easier-acting brake) to laVe Ihe work out of driving— and your non-sag foam rvbber driver's seat to banish fatigue. Tripi are treats, too, when you ice how far you go on 10 little gas and oil "TEST DRIVE" THE 50 FORD AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Fifth & Walnut CHECK YOUR CAR Phone 4453 CHECK ACCIDENTS WORMS TURN UP IN CANS—Newest aid to fishermen is canned live angle worms, put up in special "breather" tin cans by R. Forrest Davis, a high school biology teacher at Boulder, Colo. Here, little Eallie Ann McAllister was all set to sample the wiggly worms when an aggressive robin beat her to it. The canned bait is sold through sport goods store* under «!"£'", "Fish Cent for wurus that squirm." Three Czechs Get Life LONDON, May 22. (AP) — Three Czeclis were sentenced to lite im- prisonment in Prague Saturday for helping political refugees to flee the country, reports reaching London held. Six others got lesser terms. Houston funeral Sunday HEBER SPRINGS, Ark., May 22. (fl'i —Funeral services were held yesterday for W. Gordon Houston, 51, Baptist leader and buslne&sman, who died unexpectedly Thursday. Lake Tanganyika, Africa, hat been sounded to • depth "of 4,7M feet. John's Other Suit by Stack L You can save yourself a lot of time if you look first in the Yellow Pages. Learn to shop this easy way. The Yellow Pages tel) who buys. sells. . .rents. ..repairs. Southwestern Dell Telephone Company. mi mm/is AND SAVE ON THIS SPECIAL! • 3 Piece All Steel LAWN FURNITURE GROUP ' Here's a terrific buy on handsome outdoor furniture for your porch 01 lawn this summer. 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