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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 16, 1949
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 13<i!) BLYTHEVILLE (ARK;) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Jimmy Roosevelt's Bid for Governor of California Heightens Political Interest B.r Harold Ollvtr t WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. W> — /amcs 'Roosevelt's bid (or the California governorship gave the West Coast slate top ranking svith New York and Pennsylvania today in major party speculation over the 1950 and 195'2 elections. These are the three most populous states, on the basis of census bureau estimates. They cast a tola! of 1D7 ot the nation's 531 electoral votes in a presidential election. Each of them will elect a governor and U.S. Senator next year. The governors' chairs me now held by Republicans (Dewey. N.Y.; Warren, Calif., and Duff. Pa.) Tiie Senate seats are now Democratic (Lehman. N.Y.; Downey. Calif., and Myeis, Pa.) The results conceivably could furnish — or eliminate — a polentia ^.candidate or two in the formulation fft presidential tickets for 1052. Add lo thai the fact that the three slates will elect 101 representative, —now divided 50-50 between the two parties (plus one American f.aborile from New York)— and th outcome will go far in delermlnln: IM makeup of the next Congress. Ohio, farther down in populatioi estimates, also rates hlRh in til Having, There, a leading Rcpuuli can Senator, Robert A. Tuft, an a Democratic governor, Frank J. - Lausche, will be up for re-election. Was Expected The announcement by the 41- year-old Roosevelt (he'll be 42 next month) la=t night in Los Angeles that he will rim for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination had long been expected by politicians here. He said he would also reluctantly run lor Ihe Republican nomination, under the California law which permits nuch dual candidacies. The first reaction amonK Democratic officials was that President Truman and the Democratic national committee will keep hands off Ihe primary race if the late president's eldest son has opposition. The Democrats say this Is not because James opposed Mr. Truman's nomination lasl year, but it is dictated by the general policy of non-inlerference in primaries and practical politics. E. George Luck'ey, wealthy Imperial Comity rancher who man aged Mr. Truman's campaign last year, may run against young Roose• veil. Luckcy, slnte Democratic vice v chairman, called several months aga on the President. Since then there has been talk that he would have at least tacit support from the White House. National committee officials deny this. Democrats figure all stale races in California next year will be Important because the legislature elecled in 1950 will redistrict the .slate on the basis of the 1U50 census. Under that count, Californii Is expected to gain from seven to nine more congressmen and may even crowd out Pennsylvania for second place in the population list. By Rosclle Hargrove NI'A Staff Correspondent PARIS (NEA) — The small hat which uncovers a. woman's hairline iias taken shape here in foil millinery. One collection which shows what. women will wear atop their new fall and winter costumes uorrows ideas for haLs from elve.s and pixies. A peaked pixie cap of wine-colored velvet which uncovers hall ol a woman's hair-do is an Orcel creation, bejeweled over one ear with a spray o( baguettes and diamonds (right). Another pixie-inspired hat, small and peaked of rose-colored vclour taupe, is cut high to reveal the hairline, low to hide the ears Ueit). 1U crushed peaked top Is accented by a plume-styled clip set with diamonds. A small draped hat 'of feathers— of breast of guinea him—is typica of Janet Colombier's styling (o fall (center) The brim of a speciac ular hat of ycltow and black-speck led feathers descends to one stele and folds back to display a soarin wing anchored by a Jeweled broocl LUXORA NEWS By Mrs. G. C. Driver The Weslcyan Service Guild of*the First, Methodist Church is yjtan- ling a benefit Thanksgiving dinner to he held Wednesday night at the chunrch dining hall. Proceeds from the dinner will be directed toward furnishings for' the church. Mr. and Mis. I. M. Castilo spent the weekend in Columbia, Missouri, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Jell. While there, they atended the Oklahoma - Missouri football game. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Baker, -Jr., announce the birth of a daughter, Candice Genetic, oil Thursday, November 3, at Wall's Hospital, BIytheville. The child, their first, weighed seven pounds and six ounces. Misses Eimua Lee Kennamer and Gretchen Barnes, and Mrs. Raymond Pate spent the past weekend j throughout 11 in Reinze, Mississippi, and Shiloh, Mrs. Brown Speaks At Gleaners Meeting "Much Obliged, Dear. Lord" by William Omsler was the story topic give by Mrs. E. H- Brown at the meeting of the Gleaners Class of the First Baptist Church Monday night. Mrs. George Pollock. Jr., and Mrs. Max Logan were hostesses at the Pollock home. A brief business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Bussell C. Farr. Following the story read -by Mrs Brown, Mrs. Matt Monagham directing the activities of a social hour. Bouquets of giant chrysantheu- iiins in pink tones were placed tie rooms. Tennessee. Mrs J. T Koch had as her guests over the weekend her daughter, anda and Mrs. J. D. Fowler of rrest City. Winners Class Meets In Paul Burks Home The Winners ' Class of Calvary Baptist Church discussed the ~pamphlet, on officers anri teachers by William Phillips last night at the meeting at the home of Mr. and Mvs. Paul Burks. Vernon Gcan led the opening prayer of the meeting after which NEW Boi Ortns Week Days 7:00 p.m. Matinee Saturday & Sundays Slat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Conl. Showing Manila, Ark. Shows EVER* NIGHT Tuesday "POSTOFFICE INVESTIGATOR" wilh Warren Douglas Also Shorls A Wednesday & Thursday "BEAUTIFUL BLONDE FROM BASHFUL BEND witli Belly Gratilc Also Shorls RIT Z THEATRE Manila, Ark. I-asl Time Today THE BIG STEAL" willi Robert Milrhum, William Bcndix. anri Janr. Grerr Warner News * Shorl IUESDA1 MGliT r,.VTE SHOV 8:30 P.M. "AHIJADO DE LA MUERTE" ' A .Mexican Feature Wednesday & Thursday 'MY OWN TRUE LOVE with Melvyn Douglas and Phyllis Calvcrt N'cw.s A: Comedy Demolition and excavation work the permanent home ol the tiled Nations in east-,sidc Man- attan cost about sloO.OOO. Raymonrf Entknap riistrihulcd \fj led the discussion ot the pam- ilet. llie closing prayer of dLsmis as led by Mrs. Belknnp after which host and hoslesses served rc- A dessert course \va.s sen'ed during the evening. Auzzie Vets Get Loans AUCKLAND, New Zealaiid--<<t>)- The New Zealand Government ha, loaned ex-servicemen $258,000,00 fot rehabilitation since World Wa IT ended. Loans were made to farms, houses, businesses, and fur niture. Are Given ")n Auxiliary Activities J. M. Russell, president of he American Legfon Auxiliary, con- lucled the bi-monthly meeting of he group last night at the Legion Hut. ' • I'hi'tcen members and three new ncnibers • were present with Mrs. larlanci Moody owning the mect- ng with the advancing of colors. Airs. James Nicrstlveimer, mem- icrship chairman, gave a rejwrt on he recently closed membership Jrive. She reported that the BIythe- ville unit now has the largest number of mebcrs In Its history with 175 nvmbers registered. Mr.s. Nierslheimer also reported n the absence ot Mrs. H. I.. Knlscll, Sr., poppy chnirmnn, on the recent poppy sale and the proceeds derived from the sale. The meeting WHS closed with the retirement of colors. Mr, Mason Speaks to Newly Organized Club At the regular meeting of Ihe re cenlly formed "Y" Camera Clu yesterday alternoon, A. L. Mason < Mason's Studio spoke to the grou on "Fundamentals ol Picture Tnk UK", in which he set forth for men bers present the essentials in Photography. Following the talk, there as a question-and-answer period. The Camera Club has just been formed and Is open, to any boy ot girltn BIytheville. Enthusiasts lu photography are invited to attend Handicrait Class Plans Yule Decorations Study GhvisEinas decorations'are to he studied by the BIytheville Handi- cralt Class Monday at 7 p.m., when the group meets in the County Agents office at the court house. Demonstration, 1 ; on the construction of crystal Christmas trees are to be gtven by Mrs. Gertrude Holiman, home demonstration .agent, v/ho Is supervisor of the class: Centerpiece decorations for^'tHe holiday season and spatter paint ing will be included in the study program. (' ' the regular meetings. Tuesday aftcincoti Souvenir Opium Pipes Confiscated from Tourist BANGKOK H/1V- -An ' Amciicnu visitor who purchased two silver- mounted opium pines 'as curios was fined 40 batit. ($2) the other day and the pipes, costing 2,000 baht <$ll>0). were confiscated- The tourist was charged — lo hi.s surprise — with possession of opium pipes without a license. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday I'lieljciiu Class of first HapLi-sl hnrch will have regular busme.v> "ii social meeting at the homo ol 1 Irs. W. O. ttccves at 1312 W. Wal- ut at T.30 u.m. llurdctle PTA will meet at the choo' nl 2:30 p.m. Mrs, Put Patterson . hostess lo nnoi'cl Home Demonstration Club. Blylhcvllle Rook meets with Mrs. ^tt-ssell Hinles. Octette CJub entertained by Mr.s. ;lmt)es Rose. Duplicate 13rldge League meets .1 Hotel Noble nl- 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Albert Chaff in hostess to I'M Chib. Thursday Night Club meets wiih Mis. N. W Kyle. Mrs Harry W. Hnlues entertains Mltt-Wcck Club, Nn Phi MM meets at home of Mhs lojsnim Cleveland with Mrs. Kerry All co-hostess. Mrs. ./, A. Leech Thursday Club. Double Pour Bridge Club mrrt.s ill) Mrs, John Foster at 2:UG p.m. Friday Mrs, Lloyd Sllckmon and Mr.s. (J. Murray Smart will emertain Chnu- Ier "N" of I 3 KO SisIcrlmod ;u 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. St'ckmcm. Ladies Bible Class of (lie Firm Methodist Church will hnvc monthly business and social meeting at 2;:iO p.m.. tit the church. Hostess u-ill Ue Mrs. M. G. Goodwin. Mrri Love Adams, Mrs. Dave Craig nncl Mrs. A, M, R. Branson. Armorcl Home Demonstration Club entertains at Armorel School with benefit supper beginning nt G p.m. Saturday JiQlli Century Club meets with and Mrs, Elwood Deen, Mr, and VIrs. Russell Huyne.s Fiirr, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Halsell, Mr. and Mr.s. Krr- isird Graham, Mr. and N?rs. Gilbert D, Hr.mmock, Jr. Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club—Hotel Noble—12:10 Friday FOOTBALL: Chicks vs. Simichover, here — AA We Tke Women • One of n\y womun readers tells me she Ihlnlu a lot of men have the Idea Dial if a girl in her laic twenties or early thirl it*. 1 ;'t married it's bcrauMc .slip's a leftover who has ncU't' hurl u chmirju to get a hus- "Why dof-sn't somebody tell llifw," .she aAk.^, "(hut there are many ol iu who have had chances 10 m;i]-ry but fire Mn^lc lor JiLSt one rciiMHi: We'd rator support our.seivcri im the resl. oi our lives, if ncco-ft- *;uy, thiiu many ontH we titjd tlic ri^.lLl man.' "\\CIL' not tetlDVers. We just have I u w idea Is. A i id wo'cl i•;< i liu i- in. \ ci iku.rry at all than Lake secontl-tx'.st.' 'J'hero's liuth in \vbat .^}ie iays. The mirIs who marry, young aien'l a few ideals. And we'd rather never The nirl who is .still single at 30 may have a lot more lo otter a.s a wiiii ilmn the girl who grabbed off a Imslnmd al 20, II iiieti don't re a line I Inn it Itj-uUibly so many ol then allll jud[;t; woitivn by out-juodec standards. Tlu-rc Was :i 'I'iim- Hoforf; woinun becmnu cally independent almouL any liu.s entertains band wa.s butlt-r than tioiie. So th rl who didn't jnarry was, toflovur who never h;id a elnine to marry, Hut thai Isn't i rue today. N .smart yii'l today lui.s to marry man lor u meal Ucktl. Ko lojiy IL.S she citti supptnl herself )^ figures she can a I ford lo be Ho don't dismiwi Hie older, unmarried tUrl.s u.s leftovers who never Imd a chttncc, you men. They may h»ve iincJ plenty of eluuK.'c.r and are jiLst bo.thtig out for somebody they Hunk j.s ^jod enough lor them. Cull them chfxwcy, if yon like, llu-y probably won't object Lo that. Hut don't think of llu'iu a.s hiring uti-ovur alter the cream of the :n;u hits been skimtncd oil. Therfr'f* no lusa, no tmlkincaa whci givfl Svrup nl Itlnck'Drnught to diilrl, feyvup of Illnck-Dranulit fa for c'hiliiroii nccJI/iK A la-taUvc. !'•' of irrc^u In IMI t i n p. of 5'i'oi i you ymir fflunl ., _ spicy tn- u tn |ilcAA^<t Ihe yoiinjfslfirH. Thal' why Ihfiy never kick nfiotit (nkiriK Syru o( niack-I>iniiKli(. It's n. pur.j |iroUnc mail*! l»v n inanufnctiirfr wlin has lir known for nunllty olii^e 1SC7, Hu Synifi of Iilack-DratiRh! (it your dm aioro. today. QUI . JCH OUT Big Doiihlc Venture Hit No. One KOIEIIT «08E*T ICBfRT YOUKG-MITCHUM-RYftN What's In a Name? —PI.HS— News • Carl mm BLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRF. 6:30 * 2 I5ig HHs ; HE'S NO "PJU.OOKA" IN IHE RING! j KIRKWOOD i i IfflHESROt ! It Took Years to Build the Confidence That Is Yours In Better Cleaning The Hudson Finish In Only 8 Hours Also Thrilling Hit Plus Two Sport Reels from $ 67 50 jewels. MK natural gold filled case.... golt.1 fitted bracelet. from $ 675° "l'lK natural gold filled case. 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