MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1904 BLYTHEVILLE (AES.V CO'UKlER N' PAGE THREE Last Round Coming Up In Gubernatorial Fight (Continued from Page 1) monwealth College issue. Notable among these is the administration's welfare policies, Cherry's former espousal of the proposed "100 per cent" property tax amendment which will be voted on at the November general election, and the governor's alleged responsibility for increased utility rates. Cherry, besides defending his own record, has lashed back at Faubus for the latter's connection with highway affairs during the administration of former Gov. Sid McMath, whom Cherry defeated for a third term two years ago. Highway operations were looked into by the Highway Audit Commission early in 1952. Faubus, once a highway commissioner and later highway director, has said that even the "politically-rigged" Audit Commission didn't accuse him of any wrongdoing. Cherry has charged that Faubus' associates constitute a "wrecking crew" which wants to again get control of the state government. And in turn Faubus has said that some of the Cherry backers aren't too savory themselves. Cherry and Faubus met yesterday, shook hands and then settled down to a half hour of joint Questioning on '.'Weekend Press Conference" of Television Station KATV here at Little Rock. The questioning, which was done by four Little Rock newsmen, brought out little new. Mainly the two candidates rehashed their previous charges and countercharges. They disputed each other openly but maintained at least an outward good humor. • One question elicited from Faubus the statement that he would not permit gambling in Hot Springs if he becomes governor. And Cherry confirmed for the first time that he had a hand in the present several-month-old shutdown of gambling operations. He recalled that he had said he wouldn't intefere in local situations "as long as they didn't become embarrassing to the state." Apparently he thought Hot Springs gambling had become embarrassing. He said he had consulted with local officers before the lid wa s clamped on. After yesterday's TV appearance, Cherry answered Faubus' charge of Saturday night that paving was being done in Van Bur en without public notice of contract letting. The governor cited page 6B of the Arkansas Gazette of July 12, 1954. as containing an advertisement of the bid. Cherry also said that Faubus had admitted on the panel discussion that under present Arkansas law no governor could have prevented utilities fr,om putting higher rates into effect under bond. A car-caravan of Cherry backers will accompany the governor from Little Rock to Searcy tonight where he will make a speech. Faubus followed the TV panel discussion with a TV program of his own in which he charged that Cherry has "swung the power s of state government behind special interests." Faubus and his wife also held open house at a Little Rock hotel yesterday. Today Faubus will speak at Forrest City and Marianna and will wind up his campaign tonight in Cherry's home city of Jonesboro. In contrast to the heated governor's race, only one other major state office will be decided between two candidates tomorrow. State Treasurer J. Vance Clayton is opposed by a familiar opponent— Sam Jones of Little Rock. And there has been little noise from either of them. Jones opposed Clayton for the treasurer's Job in 1950 and was defeated. There is no opposition in four other state offices. Those candidates—all incumbents—are Lt. G Nathan Gordon, Secretary of State C. G. Hall, Auditor J. Oscar Humphrey and Supreme Court Associate Justice George Rose Smith. Names which will appear on the ballots tomorrow are those candidates who either are not opposed or, are opposed by one opponent. The ballot also will include candidates in races in which one aspirant did not receive a majority in the preferential primary two weeks ago. Five Arkansas congressmen were unopposed this year. They are E.G. Gathings of West - 'emphis, Wilbur D. Mills of Kensett, J. W. Trimble of Be"ryville, Brooks Hays of Little Rock and W. F. Norrell of Monticello. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI ^COUNTY, ARKANSAS Savannah Meeks, Pltf. vs. • No. 12,743 Lanzy Meeks, Dft. The defendant, Lanzy Meeks, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Savannah, Meeks. Dated this 4th day of August, 1954. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. Obituary Rites Tomorrow For Mrs. Hobbay Commodity And Stock Markets- Services for Mrs. Nannie Hob- NfW York Cotton bay, 87, who died at the home of (jj^t nuotation*) her daughter, Mrs. Josie Walton, j Qct 3437 3442 3443 3435 at Yarbro last night, will be con-io ec 3453 3450 3461 3455 ducted at 3 p.m .tomorrow in the Men 348^ 3484 3485 3477 ELECTION (Continued from Page 1) per cent share of Faubus' counties for a total of 191,199. On the other hand, Faubus would get; 69..S65 as 65 per cent of the counties he car- AIR BASE (Continued from Page 1) Sundays, according to Mr. Hord. Excavation work and pouring of footings for the buildings are start- in?: this week, Mr. Crabiree said. May 3487 3490 3487 3487 Yarbro Baptist Church by the- Rev. T. J. Richardson. Mrs. Hobbay had been ill for ^ about two ' months. Born and NfW Orleans CottOR reared in Dyersburg, Tenn., sheiOct 3432 3440 3440 had lived in this area for the past ried and would pick up 72,636 from | Workers and authorized personnel Cherry's counties for a total of 142,- will be admitted through the north gate by badges, he said. Hiring ofj candidates hold j men will also be conducted at the 1 50 years. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Walton, and one son, Leonard Hobbay of St. Louis, Mo. Pallbearers will be Bud Bynum, Curtis Cole, Rudy Walton, Tommy Hobbay, Doc Ma'nley and Herbert Mullins. Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery with Cobb Funeral Home in charge. 30 Are Killed In Plane Crash TERCEIRA ISLAND, Azores W5 — A Columbian Constellation crashed and burned here early today, killing all 21 passengers and its crew of 9. The bodies burned to ashes. At Madrid, Barajas airport Gen Electric 44 1-2 spokesman listed an American Dec Men May 3455 3479 3486 3459 3481 3493 3424 3455 3459 3487 3497 3488 501. Thus. i their own from the first primary and ' both gain an equal amount from the last two weeks van exceedingly unlikely circumstance) Faubus, merely on the distribution of his strength over the state, appears to have an LITTLE LIZ— 3478 Chicag* Wheat Sept Dec 210 210% 01314 214 Vo 20834 gate for now, he added. Since; comparatively few can be used, » only small numbers of workers! will be allowed to enter as needed for primary construction work. A limited, number of jobs will also be After a gir! spends years learning how to behave in polite society, her next problem is to find the polite society. almost in-surmountable obstiacie to I listed with the Employment Of- Chicag* Corn overcome in his bid ror the governorship. All of this perhaps means exactly nothing, but it provides interesting speculation. • . * FOR MISSISSIPPI County voters there will be few other contests to fice in Blytehville from time to time, he said. Four more men have been assigned here by the Corps of Engineers, Mr. Hord announced this morning, and have assumed duties in connection with the reactivation. They are William R. Gray, Sept Dec 160% 161 152% 152% 159% 150% 151 Ntw York Stocks (12:4S quotation*; A T anc. T Amer Tobacco Anaconda Copepr Beth Steel Chrysler Coca-Cola lorce voters to a decision. On the j chief field engineer, and Norm state level only the treasurer's office i Griffin, building inspector, both of is at stake with incumbent Clayton i whom were sent here from Barks- defending; Jones. nis post against Sam dale Air Force Base, Miss., and MCCARTHY The cn'v d^t-'c- we nits Jim '- ' TA T riCt iace P lts Jmi charge 01 administrative matters, their oaths * • * (Continued from Page 1) ege to criticize a former official of our government. It is no worse than things that have been said in the Senate about presidents and others in the past." One committee member said the group is specially interested in a charge that McCarthy incited »ov- ernment employes to disregard Wreck Injures S. Missco Man Lee C. James of Frenchmans Bayou was injured. Saturday in a collision between two automobiles near Wentzville,., Mo., resulting in the death of three persons and injuries to five. Extent of James' injuries were not known here .He was a passenger in the car of Johnny White of Kansas City at the time of the accident. The White car collided with a westbound auto driven by Staff Sgt. Wellington D. Stafford, n, of Scott Air Force Base, 111., which was is the eastbound lane, according to investigating officers. Stafford, White, and White's 3-month-old daughter were killed. 171 1.4 j H - va « of Osceola against Lee Ward j anci Cosmo Wesley, office enei- 58 ! °; , pfl ragould for chancellor of the j neei% both of whom previously were 39 3-8 j I2tn 9. ha/ ? ce J?' D!smct - 1° th e CO- stationed at the Little Rock Air 75 ^junty. E. C. (Gene) Fieeman defends o7 5-8 118 1-2 among the crew members. He was identified as Herbert Hopkins, an engineer. No home address was given. ' The Colombian Avianca Airline plane was en route from Hamburg to Bogota, the Colombia capital. With The Court CIRCUIT: Civil Division — Edgar .Vernbn Biles vs. Willie Wells, suit for damages. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Mary Lawrence Maddry, Pltf. vs. No. 12,747 William Thomas Maddry, Dft. The defendant, William Thomas VCaddry, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint . of the plaintiff, Mary Lawrence Maddry. Dated this 6th day of August. 1954. SE \L GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By VIRGINIA WALTERS, D.C. Claude F. Cooper, atty. for pltf. Ed B. Cook, atty. ad litem. 8/9-16-23-30 By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Claude F. Cooper, atty. for pltf. Ed B. Cook,, atty. ad litem. 8/9-16-23-30 ssissippi County We citizens of Leachville ask your support for our friend and fellow citizen, H. H. (Buddy) Howard for State Representative from Mississippi County. Howard is a successful business man, a civic leader, and a man who is widely known for his progressive leadership and civic accomplishments. It is without hesitancy that we recommend him to youl Our confidence in his ability to represent, in an impartial manner, all the people of the county and state, has been gained over a period of years, and not just since the campaign started. Buddy has a natural disposition to meet people and to work with them on any project. He will work diligently with other representatives to accomplish greater things for all Mississippi County and Arkansas. If you want to know something about a man's reputation or his ability to do a job, the first place you investigate is his home town. We will be happy to inform you who do not know Buddy's reputation for integrity, ability and honesty, if you will ask us or any citizen of his home town of Leachville. We do not propose to be politicians in any sense of the word but we are citizens and business men of Arkansas who believe in equal representation for all the people. Go To The Polls To morrow and Vote For H. H. (Buddy) HOWARD Gen Motors Montgomery Ward N Y Central 78 67 21 1-4 his state legislative post against H. H. (Buddy) Howard and in Chickasawba Township, Constable Arch Lindsey is opposed by Bert Ross. All other incumbents except those in some township positions are un- Force Base. I Negro Deaths Int Harvester '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.['. 31 5-8 °PP° sed for re-nomination. Republic Steel 58 1-8 Radio 32 3-8 Socony Vacuum 42 1-2 Studebaker Standard of N J 16 3-4 88 7-8 Texas Corp 71 3-8 Sears 69 U S Steel 51 3-4 Sou Pac 45 1-2 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111. (fl*— (USDA)—Hogs 8,200; moderately active; uneven; weights over 180 Ib steady to 10 lower than Friday's average; some sales 25 under friday's under Friday's high; lighter weights strong to 25 higher; sows 25-50 higher; bulk choice 200-240 Ib 23.65-90; with 23.75 most popular; sexieral loads mostly choice No. 1 aad 2 24.00; 250-270 Ib 22.7523.75; heavier weights scarce: 170-' 190 Ib 22.25-23.50; 150-170 Ib 21.0022.50; very few to 22.75; 120-140 Ib 19.50-20.75; sow s 400 Ib down 17.75-20.00; heavier sows 14.50- Election judges and clerks will be same tomorrow as in the preferential primary. Hattie Butler Services for Hattie Butler, 87, who died at Walls Hospital here Polls will open at 8 a. m. and close p riday night, will be "conducted at 6:30 p. m. Polling places in Blytheville are Ward One, City Hall and Seay Motor Company;" Ward Two, Water Company and Noble Gill Motor Company; Ward Three, Fire Station No. Two; Moore Bros. Store. Ward Four. 17.00: boars 10.00-16.00. Cattle 7.000: calves 1,200: opening slow, generally asking unevenly higher on steers and heifers; very little done; cows active and fully steady to strong; utility and commercial cows largely 10.00-12.75: canners and cutters 8.00-10.00: bulls unchanged; utility and commercial bulls 11.00-13.00: canner and cutter bulls 8.00-11.00; vealers and calves steady; few high choice and prime vealers 16.00-19.00: commercial and low good 12.00-13.00; commercial and good slaughter calves 13.00-16.00; cull vealers S.00-10.00. at 2 p.m. tomorrov in Caston Funeral Home Chapel by Rev. Mur- security information. Ellender said McCarthy may have "overstepped the bounds" in that instance and Sen. George (D-Ga) called it '-one of the big issues" in the inquiry. Sen. McClellan of Arkansas, senior Democrat on McCarthy's Investigations subcommittee but not a member of the special sroup, said he might be willing to vote i for specific charges "within my j own knowledge" although he would I hax^e opposed the general McCar- ! thy censure motion Flanders orig- ! inally offered. McClellan spoke on j an NBC radio-TV program Saturday. " ! Surviving her is one son, Mark Butler. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery. Caston Funeral Home is in charge. Services for Sam Hawthorne, 74, who died, at his home here Saturday, were conducted at noon today at Nehemiah Chapel by Rev M. Jones, pastor. Burial will be in Sandy Ridge Cemetery with Home Funeral Home in charge. Survivors include his wife, Callie Hawthorne: three sons, Jack and Charley Hawthorne, both of Chicago, and Solomon Hawthorne of Joliet, HI.: and a brother, Rev. Willie Hawthorne of Blytheville. 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JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED! Political Adv. Paid for by Howard For Representative Club. W. V. Brannum, Chairman.
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