The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1955 · Page 3
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JtOTOAT, aEPTJMBER M, MM (ARK.)' OOVRWSl KIWB PAGE THMSt Midwest Demos Scatter After Blasting Ike's Farm Policies INTERNATIONAL FALLS, Minn. (AP) — Midwest Dem-* ocratic leaders from nine states scattered today after jabbing hard during a two-day strategy session at the Eisenhower administration's handling of farm problems. "A brazen and ruthless betrayal of America's farmers"—that's the way the Democrats described administration agricultural policies in a resolution containing other strong phrases, like "calculated deceit," "callous indifference," "flagrant neglect." Paul Butler of Indiana, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, said the farm issue promises to be No. I in the 1956 presidential campaign, Butler met, with high-level Democrats from Michigan, Wisconsin, Kansas, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota. Nebraska, Minnesota and Montana. The Illinois organization sent no representatives. Plans Disclosed At the conference, he disclosed national committee plans to "out- huckster" the Republicans in employment of advertising techniques next year. He said he expected former President Truman to remain on the firing: line during the campaign. Truman's popularity, he said, has "increased tremendously" since "Eisenhower has been in the While House." He said that five million dollars] will be allocated for radio and' TV time in the coming campaign, and that by Oct. 1 a selection will be made from among some 20 advertising concerns to take over the party account. He detailed other plans in the making, including formation of a hnlf-dozen special advisory committees—each devoted to one field, .such as labor and agriculture—to be staffed by full-time, paid directors. All will be functioning by Jan. 1, he said. Realistic Propram ! The conferees called in their • resolution for an "effective and; realistic" farm program, and pre-j dieted a "green uprising" at the! ballot box that will bring Demo-) criits into office to put it into action. Among other things, the program] should cover these main points, j the resolution said: \ Restoration of 90 pei* cent of; parity price supports for basic j commodities but restricting participation of corporation-type farm enterprises, as distinguished from family units. Extension of 90 per cent supports to livestock, poultry, milk and other perishables, but with provision for production payments as an alternative. Mandatory supports for grain sorghums, barley and oats based on their feed value relative to corn. A plan to take marginal acres out of production, and promote soil conservation. Longer-term, lower-cost credit for farmers, giving preference to those to low-income groups. Third of Nation Is Gripped in Cool Spell By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Temperatures continued to drop over most of the eastern third of the nation today as' the leading edge of a cool air mass moved into the middle and north Atlantic states. The cool air also reached into the western fringes of the south Atlantic states. Readings in the upper Mississippi Valley and northern Great LaXes region held in the 30s early today. Grantsburg, Wis.. however, recorded a chilly 28. A warming trend in the Northern Plains hiked temperatures an average of 20 degrees. A heat wave, mcnmvhile, continued to grip the Southwest. Yuma, Ariz., and El j Centro, Calif., recorded yesterday's highest reading, 112. Light rains moistened parts of [ New England today while scat-' tered showers and thunderstorms pd»:d the Gull Coast region. FLIGHT OF THE CENTURY — Mrs. Mary McCav of Miami, Fla., goes for her fkst airplane hue—on iier 103th birUiday. The centenarian is shown receiving a big birthday cake from ew- ardess Barbara Davej during the flight to Nassau. Mrs. McCay shared the cake with her fellow passengers. New Fuselage Is Increasing Speed of Planes WASHINGTON HPi— The National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics says a 35 per cent increase has been achieved in the speed of a plans through and beyond the speed of sound by changing the shape ol the Ixiselaec. The fuselage is made smaller at the point where the wings are attached. NACA said this produce* the airplane shape known variously as coke bottle, wasp waist and "Marilyn Monroe." Invented by Richard T. Whitcomb, a 34-year-old NACA scientist, the desipn already is in use in two supersonic airplanes. Chairman of Fund for Republic Denies Legion's Security Charge WASHINGTON UPj — A charge, "It is too bad that Mr. Collins that the Fund for the Republic i had not bothered to try to find out threatens national security has been j the purposes and activities of the met with a reply that the fund "is | fund before he attacked it. dedicated to the principles of the j .ujj^ j und ls dedicated to the Declaration of Independence and j p r j nc jpi es O f the Declaration of Inthe Constitution." i dependence-and the Constitution." The charge was made yesterday | Collins said the fund has carried by Seaborn P. Collins, national j on "constant, loaded criticism commander of the American Legion, congressional and administration who culled on three million Le- efforts to resist Communist infll- gionnaires to "have no truck" with activities sponsored by the fund. Collins said "it appears that the Fund for the Republic ... is threat- I untrue . . ening and may succeed in crippling j the national security." i In New York, Dr. Robert M. i Htuchins, hend of the lund and onetime president of the University of Chicago, reported: tration." He said this "propaganda is considered by the American Legion to be as dangerous as it is OFFICE PAL—A grasshopper with only one leg is the pet of Mrs. Nona Houston, switchboard operator at a Washington, D.C., radio station. Mrs. Houston found the 'hopper at the oflicc, nursed it back to health, named it "Henry" and now keeps it on the mouthpiece of her headset while she works. Lou Ann Simms Has Daughter NEW YORK i/Pr—Lou Ann Simms, Mrs. Lorlng Buzzell, 23-year-old singer on the Arthur Godfrey TV show, gave birth to her first child yesterday, a 7-pound, -7-ounce girl 1 named Cynthia Lee. She and her husband, a music publisher, were married July 24. 1954. She is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Aldrerige Ciminelli ol j Rochester, N.Y. Arthritis-Rheumatism Vital Facts Explained FREE DESCRIPTIVE BOOK As a public service to all readers i of this paper, a new 44-paee highly 1 illustrated book on Arthritis and! Rheumatism will be mailed AB- 1 'SOLUTELY FREE to all who write for it. This FREE BOOK fully explains the causes, ill-effects and danger in neglect of these painful and crip- pllng conditions. It also describes | ,";,.;' ._ _ ,..,,.. J...,,.l n *,- i >1L1U I.1SI. IF Sour Stomach Mokes You Feel Like This: successfully proven drugless method of treatment which has been applied in many thousands of cases. This book is yours WITHOUT COST or obligation. It may be the means of saving years of untold misery. Don't delay. Send for your FHEE BOOK today. Address 'The Ball Clinic. Dcpt. 4204, Excelsior Springs. Mo. Remember— TUMS neutraliit excess acid aim os I before it starts! acid stomach and gassy heartburn make you long-faced, try this top-speed way to relieve sourness and after-catinj; distress. Just eat Turns after meals—or whenever over-indulgence makes you feel set. Turns neutralize burning Can't over-alkalize — can't cause acid rebound. Always carry Turns in pocket or purse. Get a handy roll today! So wnsiairo'— cnfy 1 0 C < Clerk's Bluff Scares Bandit . TERRE HAtiTE, »d. (ff>) — A young gunman walked into Western Union's downtown office laet night and said: 'This is a holdup. CHve me the cash box." Night clerk Mrs. Grace E. Oltne glanced toward a window and sad: "A police car just pulled up." The gnwiMi departed. Were was no police car oaUide but the gunman didn't come book. Troublt in th« Woods DETBOIT (fl'j — The Michigan raccow hasn't had it so rough since the raccoon coat fad of the 192*. The Davy Crockett hat craze is to blame. Raccoon tails used to sell roughly at 5 cents wholesale. The Davy Crockett hat clamor sent them up to as much as 50 cents apiece. Visit Dreifus Gift & Clock Dept. SELF-WINDING EXPANSION BAND WATCH D fl EIF U S Mcnl Dreifus W. Wear Diamnnds Pay Only W° A MM SAVE? OR MORE ON YOUR GROCERY DOLLARS Sofeway's policy is to meet the advertised and everyday shelf grocery prices of trading stamp grocers by keeping Safeway prices at least 3% below those of its trading stamp competitors. This means big cash savings to Safeway's cu«- tomers on their grocery purchases. This ad effective Tuesday, Sept 13th Salad None Finer Qt. Duchess Jar Dressing Gardenside Brand Tomatoes 2 303 Tins Snow Star Delicious 1/2 Gal. Busy Baker 1 Crisp Salted Tops Lb. Box 51 £ 19 C 39 C Ice Cream Crackers Shortening Flours -;' 25 Royal Satin Top Quality Shortening 3 - 73 C I Crisco All Purpose 3 Lb. Tin Coffee Airway Mild and Mellow Lb. 69' DON'T FORGET Safeway will meet the lowest advertised price of every competitor—item by item—day by day-—in Blytheville. Quality considered. Minnie Lee Jones Teacher Of PIANO Graduate of Progressive Series Course, St. Louis Degree from American Conservatory of Music. Chicago. Private classes for all ages. ENROLL NOW Studio 807 Chickasawba Phone Poplar 2-2994 The Northeast Arkansas District Fair September 21st through 25th Presents STARS OVER ICE and THRILLCADE JUGGLES, DANCES, SKATES—Here is a real triple in the ice rink entertainment business, Sandra Selden flash on silver blades, who stars in the company of 30 with "Stars Ovir Ice" which comes to The NE Ark. District Fair on Sept. 23, 2-1 and 25. Sandra is just one of many top ice skating stars appearing in "Stars Over Ice" coming here from Hollywood and featuring some of the Teal "Greats" of the ice show business. GRANDSTAND SHOWS Fun For All Stock Shows CONTESTS A BIG M I D W A Aut Swcnson. producer of ''Thrillcade" is the man behind the scenes when his hell- drivers go through their tragedy-defiant Sept. 21 si and 22nd. Swenson was an auto racing protege of the late great Barney Oldfield, with whom he is pictured in the inset. At left Swenson fills in as a racing starter and is generally recognized as No. 1 in this field, having started more race meets than any other person yet active in the thrill-speed game. Interesting Exhibits Thrilling Rides Entertainment PRIZES

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