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MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Four States Name Party Candidates Tomorrow By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Election of candidates for three Senate seats in Nebraska and the Idaho, comeback try of a former-senator-turned-carpenter will hightlight a busy round of party balloting in four states tomorrow. In addition to primaries in Nebraska and Idaho, Arkansas Democrats will elect a governor, climaxing a hot runoff campaign, and Democrats in Delaware will name a senatorial candidate at a party convention. Meanwhile, California Republicans have settled an intraparty contest interpreted as the first move toward control of the state's GOP delegation to the 1956 national convention. Gov. Goodwin J. Knight and Sen. William F. Knowland yesterday teamed to turn back a challenge to their state party leadership by friends of Vice President Nixon. The Nixon partisans failed to get their candidate for party vice chairman elected at a GOP State Central Committee meeting. They denied Nixon authored the maneuver with an eye on the 1956 presidential race. 31 Seek Three Nebraska -has no less than 3! candidates — 24 Republicans and 7 Democrats — seeking nomina tions to three Senate seats. This unusual primary lineup wa caused by the deaths earlier thi; year of Republican Senators Hugh Butler and Dwight Griswold. Senate posts to be filled in No vember are (1) the remaining four years of Butler's term, (2) the re maining three months of Gris world's term and (3) the regular 6-year term starting in January, Both of the present Nebraska senators are serving by appoint. Hornersville News By JENETTE THOMAS Miss Virginia Crews, daughter of Oscar Crews of Rives, Mo., will become the bride of B. M. Larry of Gobler, Mo., on Saturday Aug. 7 at the Rives Missionary Baptist Church at 2:30 p. m. with the Rev. Dewey Faulkner officiating. Harold O'Kelly .18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Kelly of Gobler, Mo., left Aug. 4 for Luzo- kin Air Force Base at San Antonio, Tex. He has been working as clerk in the personnel department of the National Guard at Kennett. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hager and family have returned from Michigan where they have been employed. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Baptist Church for Mrs. Elmer Rouse. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Ethridge are back from Michigan where they have been employed. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hager returned Monday from Travis City, Mich., where they have been employed. Buddy Rainboat is stationed in San Antonio, Tex., with the Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tinnin of Hayti were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Tinnin and Mr. and Mrs. Peck Wicker. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Holloway entertained Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davidson and son, Jimmy, Bill French of Kennett, Mrs. Ruth Moore, Miss Erna Lee Springer, Mrs. Wilma Bowles, Mrs. Pat Doney and Jenette Thomas of Hornersville with a buffett dinner Wednesday evening. Miss Erna Springer, Jack Stone, Allen Springer and Jennet Thomas visited in Senath this week. Airman Bill Greer of the Navy is home on a 30-day furlough. He has been aboard the USS Midway. Mrs. Betty Joyce Patterson and children, Larry and Kinny of Nimmons, Ark., are visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Patterson of Madison, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Patterson of Bernie, Mo., were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Patterson. Jerry Wilson of. Toledo, Ohio, is visiting Fred Godsey. Billy Horner will leave for college Sept. 6. He will attend State Teachers College at Cape Girardeau. Mrs. Davis • Fleeman returned [ home from the hospital this week. I Mrs. George Langdon and Miss j Shirley Neighbors were in Senath' shopping this week. ment and will retire when successors are picked in November. The race for the 6-year term holds the greatest interest. Gov. Robert B. Crosby and Rep. Carl T. Curtis head a .field of seven seeking the GOP nomination. Candidates for the four years of Butler's term are unopposed in each party's primary. Nebraska also will name Republican and Democratic nominees for governor. Two of the state's four House members have primary opposition. "Singing Cowboy" Returns Interest in the Idaho primary centers on the comeback attempt of Glen Taylor, the "singing cowboy" and former senator who bolted the Democratic party in 1948 to run for vice president'on the Progressive ticket. He has been a carpenter in California the last four years. Taylor is opposed for the Democratic nomination for senator by Claude Burtenshaw, a college professor and state senator, and Alvin McCormack of Lewiston. Republican Senator Henry C. Dworshak has not campaigned against his only opponent, high school art teacher Les Lambson. Candidates for governor also will be named. Idaho's two House members are unopposed for re- nomination. Arkansas' Democratic runoff for governor will climax one of the most violent political brawls in the state's recent history. Candidates are Gov. Francis Cherry, seeking a second term, and Orval Faubus, a weekly newspaper publisher. Cherry led in the first primary but lacked a majority over his combined opposition. Each candidate has heatedly accused the other of distorting facts during the hot campaign. Kentucky Counting 1 Resumes Delaware Democrats will settle a challenge to the seat of Sen. J. Allen Frear. Opposed by some state party leaders on grounds of "conservatism," Frear will be opposed by Supreme Court Justice James M, Tunnell Jr., who entered the race only a week ago. Republicans will name their candidates in convention Aug. 18. In Kentucky, counting of Saturday's primary ballots was resumed today after a Sunday layoff. The featured contests saw Alben W. Barkley, former Democratic vice president, and GOP sen. John Sherman Cooper capture their parties' senatorial nominations by unexpectedly wide margins. Barkley topped three opponents 17-1 and Cooper triumphed, 16-1. Victories also went to the seven House members seeking re- nomination. Hearing for Dr. Sheppard Today CLEVELAND UP) — Dr. Samuel Sheppard, accused of killing his pregnant wife Marilyn, leaves his tiny jail cell today for at least one court appearance. "The handsome 30-year-old osteopath goes to the court of Common Pleas Judge Frank J. Merrick for a hearing on an affidavit of prejudicial filed by his attorney against Bay Village's acting mayor, Gershom M. M. Barber. The IN THE PROBATfc COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF: No. 2255 JOHN W. WALKER, DECEASED. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on the 16th day of July, 1954, a petition was filed in the above court by Mrs. W. J. Ross, of 1705 West Vine Street, Blytheville, Arkansas, Mrs. R. B. vVilbanKs of 1917 West Vine Street, Blytheville, Arkansas, T. S. Walker of New Albany, Mis- sissippia nd P. B. Walker of 1312 Norvell Avenue, Nashville (6), Tennessee, in connection with the estate of John H. Walker, decedent and father of petitioners, in which ;hey state: That they are the sole and only heirs of the uecedent who died on he 8th of May, 1954; that decedent was a resident of this district of Mississippi County, Arkansas; that died intestate; that the debts he owed at uis death have been paid in full b petitioners; that the ssets comprising the estate of the decedent are of an aggragate value of less than $3,000.00; that no ther persons other than the peti- ioners have any right, title, claim r interest in, to or against the es- ate of the decedent. Any person having any interest j in or claim against the estate of he decedent should file the same /ith the Clerk of the Probate :ourt for the Chickasawba Dis- rict of Mississippi County, Arkan- attorney, William J. Corrigan, declares that Barber is unfit because c prejudice to hold a preliminary hearing on a first-degree murder charge against Dr. Sheppard. If Judge Merrick rules Barber is prejudiced, the preliminary hearing will be shifted to a municipal court in some other Cuyahoga County community. Barber, who is also the suburb's council president, has said if the affidavit is denied he will go ahead with preliminary hearings,' bringing the doctor into Bay Village court. Barber signed the arrest warrant against Sheppard, whose 31- year-old wife was killed July 4. Barber has been acting in the absence of Bay Village Mayor J. Spencer Houk, friend of the osteopath and expected material witness in the case. sas, within 30 days after the date of the last publication of this notice which date will be the 9th day of August, 1954; that such claim must be properly authenticated and must be filed with a true and complete copy of each document, if any, upon which such claim or interest is based. If such claim or interest is not filed within said period as set forth hereinabove then said claim or interest shall be forever barred. ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, Clerk of the Probate Court, Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas SEAL Harrison and Harrison, Attorneys for Petitioners. 7/26-8/2-9 AUTO, TRUCK AND LONG HAUL TRUCK INSURANCE At Low Rates United Insurance Agcy. Ill W. Main Ph. 3-6812 Complete Photo Supplies • FILM • MOVIE FILM • FLASH BULBS • COLOR FILM • POLAROID FILM BARNEY'S DRUG STORE 2006 W. Main Phone 3-3647 you are cordially invited to meet DAVID BISSETTE special representative /of TIMELYCLOTHES ... and to inspect his comprehensive exhibit of the new Timely Clothes fabrics for the coming season. Mr. Bissette will be glad lo measure YOU personally for a Timely Clothes suit or topcoat in any fabric you choose from the exceptionally large variety in his collection. You may also specify the style and details you prefer, since the clothes will be tailored individually for you with the greatest of care. Baloiued Tailoring make* TIMELYaCLOTHES look better...longer Norita Davis Kenny Isaacs Manila School Clubs, Classes Elect Manila High School Future Homemakers of America members have elected Norita Davis their president for the 1954-55 term. Other officers include Doris Wilson, first vice president; Roxie Smith, scond vice president; N cy Holt, third vice president; Shirley Brewer, secretary; Joan Beach, treasurer; Bonnie Hodges, reporter; Betty Hampton and Barbara Ballard, historians; Wanda McWilliams, parliamentarian; Kathryn Gunter, song leader; Mavis Shelton, assistant song leader; Mrs. Lucille Cummings, faculty sponsor. Kenny Isaacs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Isaacs, has been elected president of the Manila High School junior class. A transfer from Blytheville Junior High School last year, he was a member of the basketball team and ranked high scholastically. Elected to other offices were Freddie Veach, a transfer from Blytheville last year, vice president; Bonnie Hodges, secretary; Melba Cornish, treasurer; Tapian Ellis, reporter; Miss Ruth Home is sponsor. Mrs. W. W. Caery, who served as president of his freshman class last year, has been chosen president of class 104 for this year. Fish Story of the Bass That Got Away Twice, But Finally Was Caught INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (£>)—L. J. Carr hooked a 3 Vi-pound big- mouth bass in Prairie Lee Lake yesterday but the fish got away twice before he finally landed it. There were several boatloads of fishermen, including a divinity student', to verify the story. The bass broke Carr's line after a 10-minute fight. A few minutes later the fish began breaking water trying to shake the plug from its mouth. Tiring the bass lay on the surface. Carr started to lift it into f the boat but it broke away a?ain and repeated the acrobatics. Carr borrowed a net and scooped up the bass the next time it stopped to rest. Jerry Caery, sot of Mr. and Dorothy Roach is vice president; Wanda Whitney, a transfer from Rector, secretary, Nancy Holt, treasurer and Larry Robinson, reporter. Mrs. Francys Faulkner is sponsor. Danny Bourland has been selected president of class 10-2. Named to other posts were Benny Powers, vice president; Kathleen Chester, secretary; Judy Wright, treasurer; Minnie Lou Bunch, reporter. Mr. Jimmy Berry is the sponsor. President of Class 9-1 is Billy McCain. Other officers are Roann Minirth, vice president; Barbara Vassar, secretary; Norma Jackson, treasurer; Norma Mann and Priscilla Wagner, reporters. Mrs. Bernece Bullard is class sponsor. Nelson Morris has been named president of Class 9-2. Jimmy Scott is vice president, Polly Mover secretary and Robert Hamilton, reporter. * Jerry Lamb, Manila High School janitor and bus driver, has returned to his duties after being absent for a month because of an eye injury sustained in the school wood workshop when he was struck in the eye by a nail. Great Salt, Utah, and Sevier Lakes are remnants of an ancient Ice Age inland sea, which geologists call Lake Bonneville. This sea covered what now is western Utah, eastern Nevada and southern Idaho. Basking at Balboa Is Fun, But So Is Talking to The Foys By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (£)—And so I start another year's wanderings among the movie and TV stages, the bistros and the theaters in search of something worth relaying to you. Basking and boating at Balboa is fun, but so is watching the antics and listening to the mouthings of the stars. The most fun this week wa s with the Foys. First I watched Bob Hope and some talented kids impersonate one of vaudeville's greatest acts for "Eddie Foy and the Seven Little Foys." I talked to Charley, Mary and Madeleine, who are real-life Foys from the original act. Charley told me that none of them will be in the film, but one Foy will be represented by" voice. That's Eddie Jr., most famous of the second generation. He's now happily playing "The Pajama Game," the Broadway smash. At the beginning of the picture, Eddie will introduce the impersonators of his family. I couldn't even get away from the Foys when I was talking to Cary Grant. Few people remember it, but Grant was a vaudevillian. He toured the United States with an English acrobatic act as a lad. And he has good reason to remember the Foys. "I used to sign my breakfast bills at the hotel with the name of one of the Foy Brothers," he said. "Then I'd pocket the expense money myself. Old man Foy never worried about it; I guess he figured one of the boys at« two breakfasts. "That was a long time ago. I don't, recall the year, but I remem- ber we were on the same bill in Washington when President Wilson came to see the foys. I didn't get to meet him, but all the Foys did." I ran into still another Foy on the set of "Women's Prison," which Bryan is producing. He revealed that the family sold the rights to their story for $100,000. Sarah Churchill Dunktd GRAND LAKE, Colo. (fl>) — Actress. Sarah. Churchill got * dunking in Grand Lake today. The daughter of England's Prime Minister Winston Churchill wa* handling the main sail of a light sailing bat when the craft overturned. "It was silly," was her comment after she and four others in the boat were rescued. Read Courier News Classified Adi. Language Lapse Stymies Reunion COBH, Ireland c/PJ—Atlantic voyager Svn Joff and his father have been reunited after 15 years but neither knew what to say about it. Sven, 33, arrived here last week in his seven-ton cutter Atea after sailing single-handed .from New York. His father, 70-year-old Rafael Joffs, came out from Helsinki, Finaldn, to meet his son. But in the years between Sven has forgotten his native Finnish, and his father speaks only a few words of English. STATISTICS SHOW; LAND WITHOUT IRRIGATION Fast Becoming Unprofitable In this area practically all land suitable for farming is now being utilized so that more farms are impracticable ... but we can IMPROVE THE LAND WE HAVE! Have A Competent Engineer Run A Survey On Your Land If you are considering irrigation, and you must If you are to continue to farm profitably, I can save you money on the final purchase of your equipment through running the levels of your farm and giving you a blue print for your irrigation system. J. W. Meyer, Civil Engineer P.O. Box 778 — Blytheville, Ark. 12 Years experience in Land Irrigation You Are Invited to Attend the KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ANNUAL PICNIC Sunday, August 15 — 12 Noon at T. B. O'Keefe Farm, E. Hiway 18 Barbecue and Steak Adult $1.00- Children 50c Texaco Cotton Picker and Spindle Oil For Ail Types Cotton Picking Machines Delivered Anywhere In Mississippi County Finest Quality . . . Rust And Oxidation Resistant . . . Priced Right Dirtributor For FIRESTONE TIRES -Bob Logan Consignee- BMheville Phone 3-3391—Joiner Phone 2421 25 Name this new Addition to the City Of Blytheville, Including the Streets and Receive A Cash Prize of $25.00 £. V - 1 * VYT Y T lii w." ^ L, ,. i " ' •" .1 . * r : * . * r f ^ ' t - . - ; / : '•/ ;., ,J'-il. 2£. _: 1— / .-..2 1,,. i. Jf—L^K./ /-- *»' ^ £ - . f r ?* s* "•*^ i, . £ * . n ~ 5 ^ ..u tT" lM>f " ! • ' f V ' ir Ci — _ ' u 1 f •*t \ •* \ 1 (• ' , ':. a *r \ ____._- V ' 1 *c PT^^ ' ^*." 1 "'.; " t t i * Our Sub-division and the Streets within its boundaries mutt be named and to the person sending in the names se- Icted we offer a prize of $25.00. You may send in at many names at you like. Our engineer has to be notified August 10th the names that will bt used, therefore, we cannot consider any names mailed later than Monday, August 9th. HURRY! This new sub-division, within down-town walking di^tan- ce. Located North of Missouri Avenue Between First and Second Streets, extending North to Moultrie Drive, will soon be opened for development. If you would like to have a home built in this exclusive and restricted area, you may select your lot and we will build your home for you/ We have hundreds of plans from which you may make a selection. FARR & ALLEN Owners and General Contractors This new addition is approved by and construction will be in accordance with rigid requirements of the Federal Housing Administration. G. I. and FHA purchasers can be assured of a home that will be in an exclusive location. No lots are for sale except to home purchasers desiring us to build homes for them. Mail your selection of names to P. 0. Box No. 208, Blytheville, Arkansas. KEMP WHISENHUNT

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