The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1949 · Page 14
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PAGE KOUKTKKN Some Contend that Eisenhower Is Likely Choice for GOP Ticket in '52 By Jack Bell 4. WASHINGTON, Nov. 23. (AP) — Gen. D wight D. Eisenhower's thumbs down on a presidential candidacy found about as many be- llevm us cynics in Washington today. Eisenhower told reiwrteivs at Cincinnati yesterday that he Is devoting • II of his time to his job as president of Columbia University and BONDS Continued /rom Page I the Union Planters National Bank Trust Company of Memphis, yes- no intention of seeking politt- cal office. Politicians willing to take thc general at his word argued that Eisenhower seems to be pursuing the course least likely to win him by repenting this 'P?-™* npr cer " compared favor- 5 Iep 8 ibly with the rale on bonrts Issued nomination statement. Cynics contended that the General's word left him open to possible draft by the Republican national convention In 1952. They said such a draft movement might grow by leaps and bounds, for instance, if GOP candidates don't fare so well in the 1950 congressional races. While thl=i speculation occupied the Republican camp. Democrats wonderea whether James P. Byrnes might be laying the ground work for an anti-Truman organization with hij attacks on the President's "fair , lerdaj t<iid the directors of Dlythcville district that lie - lieves the bonds sold here yesterday will carry the lowest interest rule of any school bonds sold In thc state tins yenr. 1 "« I™ 1 "" 1 °" 1 ««U Ihe rate of 2 > 92488 npr Fair Deal Enemies Some officials on the administration's side repeated reports that a movement may be under way to form such a group. j\s a former secretary of state in the Truman cabinet and a former supreme court Justice, Byrnes' attacks on what he calls the "socialistic programs" of the President are regarded here as bearing more weight than the same words uttered by Republicans. Byrnes, whose break with Mr. Truman has never been publicly explained, has hinted that'he might be a candidate for governor of South Caiolina. Byrnes' speech to the Southern Governors' Conference was credited In part for the adoption yesterday by that group of a resolution opposing government regulation of individuals and calling for restoration of slate sovereignty. The governors also elected Gov. J. Strom Thurmond of South Carolina, who headed the stnfes rij;hls , ticket in last year's presidential election, as the new head of their group. Thurmond Is looked upon as a likely candidate against Senator Oltn D. Johnston (D-SC), seeking rr-electlon next year. Thurmond could be expected to mak« a stales rights campaign against Johnston ,vrho snubbed the Democratic Jefferson-Jackson banquet h ore last year but helped raise money lor the Truman campaign ,»nd hurried to Washington to congratulate Preslent Truman alter thc latter 1 ! election. by thc United Stales government covering similar maturity dales Tills low rate, he said, Is an expression of confidents of the bond dealers In the Blytheville district. The Memphis bnnk reprcsenlei by Mr. Lam-aster will serve as nay ing agent for the bonds. W. B. Nicholson, supcrlntenden of the Blyiheville schools, said tha band firms were furnished with informal Ion showing Ihe assessed valuation of properly In lh e district and olhe.- en la nmlpd by them In preparing their bids Obituaries Hevenue Thc loan frnin Slnle Pledged is lo be secured by * '•> i" "<: .m.iiicu uy f lien on tile properly in (he district but subject to $3M,07-1 In bond: now outstanding. As additional seem ay for the loan, the district pledged funds to the district for the State Department of Education's allocation to Die Blytheville district, If these funds are needed to meet annual payments on principal and interest. Thl.- additional pledge by the district. Mr. Nicholson said, brought special commendation from some of the bond dealers and apparently was an Important factor in enabling the dlslrict lo obtain a very favorable rate of Interest Bond dealers figured thc total Interest to be paid on the $.150000 will not exceed S170.000 for the life of the bonds, and could lie even less If the dlslrict is able lo exercise an option of calling some of Ihe bonds In advance of thc niatnr- The three firms which were successful will, their joint bid offered to lake Hi,. Blytheville bonds ut an interest rale of 2.5 per cent per year for maturities from ias"i through 1010. After 1970 the rate will be stepped up to 2.15 per cent for the remaining five yenrs of the Issued on bonds unredeemed before InT rfT', 1 " 0 . " V ° im " cst fi 8» r <S Bi™ L " e aisinet a :;et average rale of Brother of Blytheville Men Dies in Mississippi Funeral sen-ices for Hugh D. Tale of Jackson, Miss., brother of j j and w. I,. Tale of Blytheville, were conducled Sunday afternoon at thc Osyka Baptist Church, by the Rev Robcrt Mefford, pastor, and burial was In lhe Osyka Cemetery. Mr. Tale, C8, an Insurance representative at Jackson for several years, died at a Jackson hospital i Saturday, lie was a graduate of Mis- -'-^•-ipi Slate College, a veteran of world War I. and n member of the : Osyka Hapiist Church. He Is survived by two other brothers, T. E. Tate of McComb and W. B. Tate of Forest, Miss.- three sisters, Mrs. Lilly Tate OH, Mrs • Myrlis Tnte Simmons and Miss' Maggie V. Tale, all of Osyka- and live half-sisters. Mrs. Marie Tate 1 Williamson and Mrs. Elmeasc Tate Stevens, both of Baton Rouge, La. U. S. Bureau ol Mines engineers • are making a mineral Inventory of i Kansas. t Notes on Interview With Chambers Enter In Hiss Perjury Trial NEW YORK, Nov. 23-WJ— Notes written by former Assistant Secretary of Stal" A. A. Bcrle Jr., after an interview with Whittaker Chambers, were produced today In the second perjury trial of Alger Hiss. Chambers, a former Communist and the chief government witness against Hiss, has testified (hat he told Doric about' Com- mimisl efforts to get secret government data during a 1939 Interview. • Hiss' lawyer, trying to discredit Chambers as a believable witness asked tlie government to produce lierlo's notes on the interview. They were turned over by Assistant U.S. Allorney Thomas P. 2.5U2488 per cent. Nashville Firm Second Lowest The next lowest bier for the bonds was subn.itted by Equitable Securities Corporation of Nashville Tcim., wilh a bid which carried a net aveinge rale of 2.BOG(i6 per cent per year. The Equitable bid started with a rate of 3.5 per cent for bonds lo mature between I!)51 and 19572.15 per cent for bonds to mature I between 1058 and 1969; and 2.5 per! cent for Ihe remainder of the Issue with the final maturities in 1075 I Other firms submitting bids on Ihe bond Issue Included: The First National Bank of' 1 Blytheville. i The First National Bnnk O f i Memp-.is. , | Lucas. Bisen i- W.ieckcrle of Kan ! sa.s City, Mo. T. J. Haincy & Sons, and W..R ! Stephens Investment Company both of Little Rock, and Union 'tamers National Bank & Trust • bmpany of Memphis. j Board members attending ycstcr lay's meeting included: Mr Reid W. L. llorner. Mrs. [I. W. Wyllc c' M. Smart. Rosco Cm/ton, C ' c -angston and Clarence Moore fartons Of Coke for Thanksgiving Menus Coca-Cola Holding To. of niylhevHIe Rabbit Gets Cash WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS Mont. — (/!>)— Kenneth Fallang says there's a snoashoe rabbit hereabouts "with about $15 l n currency inside him." The rabbit also contains a Masonic Lodge card if Palling figures correctly. Fallang, deputy game warden says he was dressing an Elk when' his wallet fell to the snow from his hip pocket. He went home without it, later relumed to the scene of his loss. There were rabbit traks leading to the wallet and olher Identical Murphy lo Federal Judge Henry W. Gocldard, who said he would study them to see if they checked with Chambers' version of what look place. ^^^—™«™M. tracks wher« the rtbblt had departed. The leather. wallet was chewed Into slrlpa. A • five dollar bill and two-tlilrds of a $20 bill were missing, along with the membership card. 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