The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 10, 1949
Page 9
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1940 BLYTUEVn.I.E fARK.) COURIER NEWS Veteran Politico Of Kansas Passes Senator Clyde Reed, Newspaperman and Mail Expert, Succumbs PARSONS, Kns., Nov. 10. (fl — Republican Senator Clyde M. Reed who fashioned three successful careers—politics, newspaper publishing, and the railway mail service— died Tuesday' night. The senator from Kansas apparently succumbed to a heart attack. He collapsed while descending a stairs in his home. His body was found nt the foot of the stairs by his wife, Minnie, and a maid. >t Iie left the hospital last week Jitter suffering from Influenza. Reed was elected to the United Strifes Senate In 1038 and- reelected In 1944. His term was scheduled to exnlre Jan. 3, 1051. His death trimmed the number of Senate Republicans temporarily to 42. However, a Republican probably will be named to succeed him. Kansas Governor Frank Carlson, who will make the appointment, also Is a Republican. G.O.P. Appointment Looms When the senate returns In January there probably will be 54 Democrats and 42 GOP members .assuming Carlson appoints a Republican and a Democrat Is named to succeed Senator Baldwin <R-Conn). Baldwin plans to retire In December. Reed spent 30 years In the railway mail service before entcrting newspaper work and politics. He began as a clertr. When he quit to manage and publish the Parsons Sun, a daily newspaper, he .was superintendent of the railway adjustment division. In the Senate Heed ,» white-haired husky man, was considered an expert on transportation matters. He was the ranking member of the Interstate Commerce Committee «.nd an 'Appropriations Committee member. Rail rates and farm legislation gained a major share of hts atten- ^{ilon. He also was a strong advo- Wcate of the bi-paxtisan foreign policy. Reed had a stormy career In Kansas politics. He first entered public life In 1919 as private secretary to Gov. Henry J. Allen. HB served as Kansas governor from 1959 to 1931. He lost the Republican nomination for a second term. Heed was publisher of the Parsons Sun at the time of his deatll. His son, Clyde Reed, Jr., is manager. ' He was the senior Senator from Kansas. Andrew F 1 . Schoeppel, elected last year, is the other Sunflower State senator. DONE UP BROWN — The Flanders brothers of Windsor Locks. Conn,, almost make up a fair-sized class at Brown University, Providence, R. I. The brothers are, top to bottom: Samuel, 27, and Urban, 26, seniors; Cyrus, 21, a junior, and John, 19, a freshman. Their father, Cyrus Flanders, is a "Brown man," too, which "may account for the family preference for Brown. - Over half the Injuries" io children pedestrians are caused by playing In roadways and by their emerging from behind parked cars. ELLIS AUDITORIUM MEMPHIS, TENN. NOV. 15th THRU 20th Nltily 8i3CI-Mit«.Sst.-Sun.2i30 *$fooo!ooo imi ORDERS NOW S5ND SELF-ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOP! WITH REMITTANCE TO ELIIS AUDITORIUM P. 0. BOX 302,.MEWPH1S, TENK. PBICIS, TAX INCt. fliis & Sun. S2.75, $2,60, S2.25, SI.80, SI.2S. Sat. Mat, SJ.25, $2.00, $1,75, $1,50, $1.25, Twenty-three percent of all adul pedestrians killed In motor vehlcl accidents had just teen drinking. f oten in Hew York >uit Convicted Red From the City Council NEW YORK, Nov. 10. ffi — The Ciramunlst Party has !o»t its only major public office In tht United States. Benjamin J. Davis, Jr., Negro member of the New York City Council, lost hU reelection fight, yesterday to Earl Brown, Negro nagazine writer. Brown was backed by a Democratlc-Hepublican-Llb- eral coalition. He polled 63.030 votes to Davis' 21.M2. Davis is on« of the 11 Communist leaders convicted of conspiracy *> advocate overthrow of. the us. government in the recent conspiracy trial. Sentenced to five years in prison, he is free on bail pending appeal. 'To the end that you work for democracy, peace and security of the people, you can count on my support," Davis telegraphed the victor. Admiral in Hospital For Minor Operation BALTIMORE, Nov. 10. (API— A cataract was removed from Fleet Admiral William P. (Dull) Hiilsey's le(C eye at Johns Hopkins Hospital yesterday. Dr. Angus L. McLean said he was never more pleased with preliminary results of an operation. The Navy's Pacific war hoc. 07, on Oct. 30, was admitted to Wilmor iye Clinic at the hospital Tuesday, i le will stay there eight or nine' days. Sixth Graders Present Program on Democracy Pupils of the sixth grade of Central School, under the direction of Mrs. Lillian Pranks, teacher, presented a song and recital program on democracy at the meeting of the Blytheville Kiwanls Club in Hotel Noble yesterday noon. The program was presented in connection with National Education week. L. E. Baker was a guest'at the meeting. " • PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Price* Kirby Drug Stores Russians Building Sub Base in Adriatic Sea, British Leader Asserts LONDON, NOV. 10-W>>—A former foreign secretary warned today that Russian submarines have penetrated "to the very center of the Jlecillernuienti." Viscount Templewood — who as Sir Snmuel Hoare was Britain's foreign secretary in 1935 — told the House of Lords Russia Is busily tiiakln n submarine base on an Albanian Island at the mouth of Iho .<iriatlc. He did not give his source ror the Information. PAGE NINE Utility Executive Takes Post With Association LITTLE BOCK. Nov. 10—M')~ harles T. Evans, a vice president of the Arkansas Power and Light ., announced yesterday he is .earing the firm to become full time executive secretary o( the Arkansas Utilities Association. Evans said he )>lnns to open an office here for the ADA, a trade organization of electric and gas companies In the state, sometime month. He will leave AI>&L as soon as he completes a special assignment. He has been with the firm 15 years. Painting Interior & Kxferior • . Expert Paper Hangirzq • Estimates Gladly 'Given Russell Price Phone G560 Fear Flyers Deserted HONG KONG. Nov. 10. (A 1 )—Eleven Chinese Nationalist planes are believed by observers here to have deserted to the Communists. The planes, nine belonging to the China National Aviation Corpora lion nnd two to the Central Air Transport, Corporation, failed to arrive nt their Nationalist destination. Australia's Government Ignores Nationalization SYDNEY -</P)— Australia's Labor Government Is doing lltle about nationalization, it hasn't the power. The Australian Cons'Hutlon says: "Trade, commerce, and intercourse among the states, whether by nveans o f Internal carriage o r ocean navigation, s'u be absolutely free." Thai sentence, In Section 92, has been the wrecker of Labor Party dreams of nationalization. There have been 40 High Court cases In which Judges and lords have decided how section 83 applies to certain cases. Today the general legal view Is that Section 92 cuts right across plans f o r nationalization—transport, banks, coal mines, breweries, or nlmost anything else that has business in more than one state Latest defeat of a nationalization plan was in the Banking Case The Privy Council, In London, ruled the Australian Government has NO power to make a law to nationalize private trading banks. JOE EVRARD Announces the Opening of His Office For (he General Practice of Accounting, Bookkeeping and Income Tax Services • in the ANTHONY BUILDING 115 North Second Street Blytheville Telephone 3795 font In HENRY 1. MWM, ABC N^We/J, wr, M^iaf t? That's what we said- PRICED LIKE A SIX! P ARDON us if we appear persistent on one point. But we still find people who look over this new Buick SPECIAL, admire its style, its room, its handy but impressive size, and say: "It's wonderful! Too bad it's too rich for my blood!" That's our point— How do you know? Have you gone to see this car—and learn how very much there is in it? • Have you got the actual delivered price figures— including the equipment you want—and matched them against others? Have you worked out down payment, trade-in, monthly installments? Have yon weighed this against the longer period of years you'll be happier with this Buick—and Buick's established high level of resale values ? Oome surprising things show up when you do this. Wfte* better automobile, are bmilt HVICK miU bmiU them 4 You find you can raise your standard of car travel—step up to Buick levels of style, comfort, handling, ride, power —more easily than you think. You may even discover you can start enjoying the velvety luxury of Dynaflow Drive* right now instead of waiting until this revolutionary new principle spreads to others, as it's sure to do! , * Optional at extra nit. That's why we keep pointing out— this wonderful valve-in-head straight-eight, with all its standout looks and qualities, is (triced like a six! Actually lower than many. Oo do something about it, will you? Take a sharp pencil, see your Buick dealer, replace guesses with facts—and we think you'll see the light and place that order! LANGSTON-McWATERS BUIGK Co. WALNUT « BROADWAY TELEPHONE 55i elfast Barber's Order or Razors, Placed in 939, is Filled in 1949 BELFAST, Northern Ireland ov. io_(,i>,_Three days before ar broke out In 1933 Barber Chars Llddj 1 ordered six razors from a 'in In Germany. He enclosed a money order which o wrote off ns a loss wl'en the if started. Today the razors were delivered. Ith them was a note from Wag- :r and Lange, of Solingen. ihe nkors, saying they were sorry a"i" the delay. "Old at 40,50,60?" Af -ill drug •store* everywhere.—In lllylliuville. a! Klrbj & Woods Drug. You Can Tell the Difference in Good Shoe Repair Soybean Sacks new 10 oz. FALL SEEDS Alfalfa, Rye, Wheat, Oats & Vetch BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. 1800 W. Main St. Phone 85(> - 857 SOS WOODS Drug Store Experienced Prescription Service WOODS Drug Store FOR SALE CONCHKTE CULVERT TILE Ousts yon Jcsi yei lait* Itmiel tlian any othei bridge material Slles .8-10-IZ-!J-!8-21-i»-2J-30-3» inches. CONCRETE SEWER TILE Sizes 1-fc-e Inchn CONCRETE ' SRI'TIC TANKS • Heu Pricti v wt O«UT<I A. H. WEBB Illehway 61 ,t state Lin* Phone 114 KEROSENE and FUEL OIL G.O PoetzOilCb. Phone 2089 SHEET METAL WORK- OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gins, alfutfa mills, oil milla. Cnatoi Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness ' Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Uroiidway Phone'2851 -Master Plumber-'.. JORDAN PLUMBING COMPANY, Inc. All Work Guaranteed For 12 iMonliis 531 Norfh 10th Phone OUOl FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELI N6 PRIVATE ROADS S.J, COHEN Contractor LYNCH BIDG. BtVfcHEVlLLE ARK. NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS

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