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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER fl, 1940 BLYTHEVILLE- (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE-NINE THl NATION TODAY— Lehman's Victory 'in,New York Senate Race Over Dulles Gives Politicians Food for Thought By Jam« Marlow WASHINGTON, Nov. 9. MV—In spite ot the Democrats' enthusiasm over their victory in the New York Senate election yesterday, the congressional elections of 1950 will tell belter how the people feet about. President Truman's "Fair Deal." Letter Critical of Coal Strike Brings Retaliation Moves in W. Virginia Town There are two ways of looking «l the election results In New "°**. where Democrat Herbert II. Lcn- mari won the Senate election over Republican John. Foster Dulles: 1. That It was a victory 'or the "Fair Deal" program ot .Mr. Tru. lan, bince Lehman campaigned on that and backed most ol the pro- ttam all the way. 'm,'0r. that the New York voters, ~io hi,d pervioiisly elected Lehman to'lour Urms as governor, liked him better than they did Dulles, whom they never had eleci- ""lehman was defeated three years ago when he ran tor the Senate against Irving Ives. a Republican ives was swept Into office In 19-.fi . when all over the country the tide was Republican, and «<*>£''<*" tor Die first time since 10J2, woi -. control ')f Congress. Cnld-Cut Choice But In this off-year election there was no national struggle that wouin have influenced the voters to niw their ballots all Democratic. ii-.n- This tee it was a cold-oil cl o, c —(a) be'-ecii Lehman and Dune between the "Fair Deal" Arkansan Files Suit To Collect $13,500 For Working Overtime LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 0—</P) —An El Dorado. Ark., empolye ot Calflronla firm filed suit in fed- ral court here yesterday for 13.500 in overtime payment. The plaintiff, u A. Kinney, sieges that the Lawrence Warehouse Company, which operates a warehouse in El Dorado and •other points" owes him the nount in back overtime wages. (Jrt England's King Pleased With Arkansan's Cake end to i want Binnc-m-, of Lehmun and the warnings against, it ulcered by Dulles. Al any rate, the voters ignored Dulles' last minute talk on he ,,1,1,1 before (he election, that the goal of the Democrats would mean "state socialism and an ' lb But y exactly what the people w» will show up » lot more clefu In the November elections of 1!~» when they have to choose a whole new House ol 435 Representatives. »nd one-third of the 96 Senators. The Democrats now control both houses of Congress. But the Republicans and southern Democrats, -t-ho balk at a -lot of Mr. Truman * WHlr Deal" program, together ollt- • Dumber the Democrats who _mlgm call themselves "fair dealers. , Bitter 1350 Contests Loom PORTSMOUTH, Bug., Nov. 9 (APj — The King of England got some Arkansas "cooking" today— and liked It. The King was the official guest ol Adni. Richard L. Conolly, chief of U.S. Naval Forces in the Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean, aboard the United States Cruiser Columbus yesterday. At luncheon in Admiral Cono'.ly's cabin the monarch commented on an elaborate cake baked In the form of a skyscraper flying the Royal standard and the American flag. It was baked by steward Elilvu Dilla- huiit ol Little Rock. Captain McLean, skipper of the Columbus told Dillahunt that tlie King "liked the cake very much." It took Dillahunt 70 hours to prepare the giant tidbit. WILLIAMSON, W.V*., Nov. 9. W)< — "More will come," Mrs. Beeda Brown telegraphed the Hunllngton Herald-Advertiser after .reporting her home h»d been attacked In retaliation for her letter criticizing the soft coal stilt* »nd. the mine union leaders. Mrs. Brown, wife of a coal loader, wrote the paper last.weelt saying she was "sick of strikes." . She also had harsh words for John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers. He's "far too old and power-mad'to control anything as Important as nian's .destiny," slit wrole in her 100-word letter.. Sunday night the Browns'.home was stoned and windows were brok- i by persons unidentilied. And yesterday, Chester Brown. 46, the husband, was advised by friends not to report for cleanup work at he mine where he is employed. The cleanup work has been going m from time lo time during the strike to speed up the reopening when the strike is settled. Mrs. Brown informed the paper of (he allack In this telegram: "Ettect of letter first page Sunday: home wrecked. Infant escapes Injury. More will come." The Browns' "one-year-old grantl- Alumni Association Secretary Appointed FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.—Appointment of Robert M. "Dusty" Rhodes as executive secretary of the University of Arkansas Alumni Asxo elation was announced recently b; President Lewis Webster Jones of the University. Rhodes will succeed Major SAI Sheffield, wlio relinquished the du lies ol executive secretary ri mom I '.go upon being recalled to' aeti duty with the United States Army Air Force. Appointment of Rhodes was Hindi by President Jones upon recommen da(jon,\of a committee of alumn nted by Paul Sullins of Cros sett, president of the alumni a m, to select a candidate to the position. Since his graduation from th University of Arkansas last June with a B.A. degree, with a major In journalism, Rhodes has scivcri as an assistant In public relations .it the University. No action has been taken In regard to an appointment of a successor to him In •hat office. Man Who. Sued Many s Given Jail Term SANTA MONICA, Calif-, Nov. 9 W—A man who recently filed Hits for billions of dollars,,dnii)a6es ngalnst' 'Various persons has been sentenced to 30 days In jail for embezzlement. Arthur R. Van Wj'Ho, 31, wns nc- uscd of embezzling $2,005 from the Keysor Motor Co.,' here. In 19-18. ife was ordered to make-full restitution inict will.be on probation for five years. Van Wyke appealed .his conviction but the state supreme court refused-to review the case. Then he filed a $1.500,000'damage suit agains't ftlKuersons connected \vitl his conviction. '••;.•. . He also named.actress Mac West defendant in" one suit in whicl c orcst Service Foreman - PIERRE, S.D., Nov. 9. j/F)—Steven J. Hoy, 39-year-old forestry service foreman at Ouster, has been awarded the lied Cibss certificate of merit lor saving his own life. Don Cornish, state relations officer for the Red Cross, said Hoy suffered two deep gashes on Ihe ilBht i-Sile ot his head when a. cable, snapped while he whs pulling down n snag near Hot Springs last Aug A Hot Springs physician' said Hoy would have bled to death If he had not used his Red Cross first aid tiiiinhiB tn apply pressure on the severed facial artery. Certificates of merit usually are given only to iicrsnns who use U\c|i lie claimed, sole rights for the use,'Red Cross training In attempts to of the name "Diamond save ihc lives of othciK. son was sleeping In » crib near one, . of Ihe shattered windows. He was|Acneson Ifl ratlS not hurt. Depjty Sheriff Rllcy Varncy said he had verified the incident, but added there had been, no official complaint. In the absence of such a complaint and identification of th'e stone thrower, he said that no warrant could be served. Northwest Pacific Radar Defenses Being Tested SILVER LAKE. Wash., Nov. 9 — | Acheson said. PARIS Nov. 9. (m— U.S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson landed yesterday at Orly Field from Washington for a meeting with the Brl- Msh and French foreign mini-sters. Achfson declined to comment en any subjects he might discuss with British Foretell Secretary Enlist Bevin and French Foreign Minister Robert Schiimnn. The three-power meeting begins today. "Our plans are not yet firm. Between next January, when the present Congress begins Us tmal ye«r'» work, and next November, •when the elections are held, the Truman Democrats and the He publicans will have a chance to m ,Xe the "Fair Deal" Issue pretty • And lf-« big chunk of Mr. Tru...nan's program Is stifled In Con- zress the voters next November will be able to show whether they want k "Fair Deal" congressmen or not. Vhat will be a bitter and belter test than the Lehman-Dulles' fig'.:t, A3 this was written at midnight last night,V Lehman was running around 300,000 votes ahead of Dul- lej Th i > raises an Interesting qeus- tion about the 1948 . presidential tote In New York state:. Last year Governor Thomas E. Dewey, : Republican candidate for president, won New York state from President Truman by about 61,000 Doughton Surprised During Arkansas Visit BAUXITE, Ark., Nov. 9. W) — Rep. Robert Doughton (D-NC) received a surprise birthday party icre Monday night. The E6-year-old chairman of the. House Ways and Means Committee, here to inspect the bauxite mines o! the Reynolds Metals Company was feted by the combined Rotary Clubs of Benton, Ark!, and Bauxite. He was accompanied by Representatives W. F. Norrcl (D-Atk) and J. Hardln Peterson (D-Fla). Doiighton had been vacationing in Hot Springs. MV—Ftadar screens In the Pacific Northwest scanned the skies constantly today as the Air Force continued Its 10-day test of the area's defenses. Results remained an official secret, but the remark of one commanding officer indicated satisfaction. "In case anyone wants to know, an Air Defense for the pacific Northwest has been established," said Cot. Clinton D. Vincent, com- anding the 25th Air Division. More than 200 warplanes and 000 men are being directed from squat concrete blockhouse, con- aled in a forest northeast of eattle. On a big grid ; map are lown the location .course, altitude nd number of B-5& and B-29 omber squadrons probing the rad- • network. So hush-hush Is this installa- 011 that no photographs o[ the uildings or equipment are permitted. But Henry Wallace, Tunning !or president on the Progressive Party ticm, captured 509.000 votes. Democrat* said at the time that, 11 Wallace hadn't run, Truman would ||j>ve carried'New York, that a big -"are nl the Wa'llace votes—It.Wal- Uce hadn't been running — would have gone to the Democrats, not the Republicans. 12-State Conference Of engineers Planned LITTLE ROCK, Ark-, Nov. 9— Iff") —Highway engineers and officials .of 12 states, will come here Dec. .1-2 for the annual meeting'of the Southeastern Association of State Highway Officers. Arkansas Highway Engineer A. E. Johnson,- /association president said the Bureau of Public Roads will hold a tsvo-day administrative and technical session prior to the association meeting. 'Hie association includes stales of Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South arollna, Georgia, Florida, Ala- Christmas Comes Early For Fort Smith Child •FORT SMITH^ArfcVNOV. 1 1: I/P)— Today was ChrlMmas for little Patsy Flanagan, five-year-old For Smith leukemia suffercrl Because of her condition, an ea:Iy Christmas Is being held tor the daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. \V Flanagan, who has been 111 sine August, with the blood disease. Her birthday is Dec. 21. so today' parly will be a combined, birth Ohrislmas affair. Palsy listed her Christmas wants "A doll that I can wash her hair a sidewalk hike and a baby sister That's all t want, I have everj thing else." Mrs. Flanagan Is expecting an other child In-December. Big Uranium Discovery Reported in South Utah JOE EVRARD Announces the Opening of His Office Fur Hie General Practice of Accounting, nnokkoepinif and Income Tax Services in the ANTHONY BUILDING 115 North Second Street Blythevillc Telephone 3795 ospita I Issue to Go efore Ouachita Voter's CAMUBN, Ark., Nov. S. <AI'> — uaehlta Comity voters will pass i a proixxsed $900,000 hospital bond; sue nnd three mill lax hi a spe- cial election Dec. «. ' i County Judge 'Mllas Reynold* t/A the 'date for the'election on th» proposed hospital plan, and amended the original* order to make the .tax three,mills Instead ot two «nd one half. KENT JCKY'S FAVORITE FliAVOR Call /or Voiir Key to Hospitality As one key differs from all others, one genuine Eonr mnjli hoiirlioii ills tlic iliocriiiiiiialing lasle of Kciilnr-Vian* wlio know lioiirli'on liesl. That's oi.n vnv.<;i-:i!M.n, miulr. m«l Kocil on the same i>lil fashioned . family recipe since 1B70. 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