The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 6, 1950
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• TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1950 Politicos Turn Watch to California; Hickenlooper, Loveland Lead Iowa BLYTnEVn.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS The Associated Press I>KS MOINES, June 6. ifff—V. 8. Senator B.' B. Hiclcenlooper easily won Republican renomliia- !^i*i>n In an Iowa primary election fPesterday wlik-li 'also Indicated I)emocratlc support for the Trunian administration's Brannan Firm Plan, Is with an eye oJi national trends turned to the hot California primaries today, to watch the fortunes of Democrat James Roosevelt and Republican Earl warren. They, were busy, too, appraising the results of yesterday's senatorial primary elections in Iowa. There, Republican votes gave Senator Hickenlooper a wide margin for re-nomination and early Democratic returns built up an increasing lead for Albert Loveland, who campaigned for the senatorial nomination as a backer of the Braiuian Farm Plan. Hiekenlooper has figured on the national scene most prominently as an investigator of the workings of the Atomic Energy Commission, and lately as a member of the Semite group checking into charges of communism in government. Hickenlooper, Runaway Hickenlooper's race against two Republican primary opponents was not even close. However, Lovcland's bid for the A^mocratic nomination was con- ^Kted by five opponents. Chief among these was former Gov. Nelson G. Kraschel, who fought the farm plan advocated by Secretary or Agriculture Brannan. This plan envisages the use of payments from the government to farmers to maintain their income in case prices for their perishable products fall low on an open, unsupported '.federal market. Loveland resigned ,as undersecretary of agriculture to make the Senate race In Iowa, and the outcome has been awaited as a possible Index to farmer sentiment toward the Brannan Plan. Loveland Leading With 1,838 of 2,474 precincts reported, Loveland had 30,038 votes and Kraschel had 24,426. The other four candidates trailed. In California today, over 2,000,000 •voters were taking part in primary elections In which state law permits candidates "to file lor nomination by the opposing party . as well ts their own. : Thus, two-term Gov. Warren, Republican, was also pitted against {Roosevelt, son of the late President, in the Democratic primary for governor. And Roosevelt was In the Republican primary against Warren. '• I Four years ago Warren swept _both the Republican and Demo- Sen. K. Hlcfcenloopcr Albert 1. LovcUai cratlc primaries. This time, Demo-* era tic registrations outnumber the Republicans and the Democratic candidate had tile added advantage or bearing the political famous name of Roosevelt. Warren campaigned on his record. Roosevelt assailed this record as one of major failures. Second In Interest Second In national interest in California was today's contest for senatorial nominations, for the spot now held by Senator Downey, Democrat who is retiring from office. Rep. Helen Gahagan Douglas and Publisher Manchester Boddy fought it out for the Democratic Nomination, to oppose the Republican candidate, Rep. Richard N)xon. Mrs. Douglas took the mantle of the Roosevelt New'Deal. Boddy endorsed President Truman's program. Nixon attacked the Truman program and what he criticized 'as state socialism. Co/. Villars Assumes Spa Hospital Command HOT SPRINGS, Ark., June 6. <fP) —Col. Horace S. Villars has assumed command of Army and Navy General Hospital here. Col. Roary A. Murchlson, who has been acting commandant,since Feb. 15, when Col Asa M. Lehman was transferred, will remain as deputy commanding officer. Colonel Villars came hern from Oliver General Hospital, Augusta, Georgia. Trio Arrested After Chase CHARLOTTE, N. C., June 6. W)— A former convict and his red-haired wife who led law enforcement of- Jlcers on a five-day chase in four states were captured while asleep early today. Charles W. Brown, special agent in charge of the charlotte FBI office, said the couple—Carl Baskin Hensley and Martha Louise Hill Hensley—were collared in'the home of an acquaintance near Cownens S. C. ' Tlie Hensleys, who had shot it out with Tennessee and Georgia highway patrolmen and had blasted roadblocks set tip to hall them, were nabbed belore they could rise from a bed. Brown said. The couple escaped from officers early yesterday in Spartanburg, S. C., where they live, when a third man believed associated with them was taken into custody. Ancient Egyptians built temples in honor of cats. You'll Love Our Flowers! lilytheville FLOWER MART Memphis Rtwz; Phone 6002 TO CARRY- EASY TO OWN! LOWEST PRICE EVER! fimerson CHARGE IT! 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Knowles, secretary; Rev. M. Freenan, assistant secretary; Rev. J. I. Gainings, treasurer; Rev.'L, W. iVIiite, parliamentarian; Rev 1 . B. H. ifarbor, critic; Rev. Thomas J. Brown, director of public relations; ~rA Rev. J. E. Hughes, dean. Special addresses were presented at the meeting uy Rev. w. M. Frazier of Wynn. presiding elder of the lilytheville Negro Methodist Episcopal District, nnd Rev. W. H. Michol, president of the Tyronza Baptist District School n t Enrlc. Tlie alliance voted to- hold its une interdenominational fellowship meeting at 3 p.m. June n at Bethel AMK Church. Rev. Logwood, the new vice president, is the nev pastor ol Carter Temple OMB Church., He was recently transferred here from Au- ?usta, Ark., where he was succeeded by Rev. B. II. Crawford, a former pastor of Carter Temple. PAGE XHREI Rent Control Workers Go on 'Borrowed Time' WASHINGTON, June 6. W) — Some 2,700 federal rent control workers began working on borrowed time today. 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