The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 12, 1955
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1Z, 1958 (ARK.V COURIER MEWS PACTttVl Both Democrats and Republicans Need to Explain Their 'Cause By JAMES MARLOW Associated PreM News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — Do you know why you're a Democrat or a Republican — at least to the point of saying precisely what makes the two parties truly different? This doesn't apply to the independent voter who shifts from election to election, making his choice on individuals and issues, but to the voter who regularly votes a Democratic ov Republican ticket. In a -J,50a-\vord talfc last Saturday in Denver to the 48 Republican state chairmen. President Eisenhower attempted to explain why Republicans should be able to go out with fervor to line up new, recruits for the party. The President said a political party should be held together by n common faith, a common conviction. The Republicans, he said, should be held together by a "cause." "Remember the Cause" He said: "Jusl remember the crats were returned to control Congress. A person watching both parties from a distance — across the oceans or the borders must often be puzzled by what, the Democrats and Republicans claim are their differences. Big Business Party? The Democrats have protested for years, and are still doing it, that the Republicans are the party of big business. But under the Democrats big business continued to get bigger. For years the Republicans saw "creeping socialism" in Democratic programs. But, although both parlies insist on their belief in free enterprise, neither apparently be- "ic'ves in it absolutely. Both parties — through their cause for which you are workinc; bU pp or t f or tariffs to protect Ameris to make certain that .government i lcan Dus messes, subsidies, parti- is to do for the people those thinus! cu i nr jy f or i ne farmers, and other which they cannot do for thein-i ^jp all( j co ntrols — admit enter- selves, or so well do. but \ve are j p r j se cannot be completely free not going to interfere with those an( j j n some cases, can't survive things which are the proper province of .the individual." This was a return to the Republicans' theme in the 1952 elections when, among other things, they complained there was too much government interference under the Democrats. Democrats. reading" Eisenhower's remarks, may feel he wasn't that way. For years the Republicans had few kind words for what they called the "welfare state" philosophy of the Democrats. But when they took over they not only did not repeal a single piece of the Roosevelt-Truman social legislation, but even added some' improvements—for instance, in boost- They'd probably ( ing social security payments and very precise argue: "We're as much against unnecessary government Interference as the Republicans." As evidcm-e that 'he final judges — the people themselves — don't think the Democrats intenere too much, the latter might point to the 19M elections in which the Demo- coverage. It would be helpful to the voters in the 1956 elections if Democrats and Republicans explained in precise and unmistakable terms what they claim makes them different even though, to a foreigner, they might still look like twins. Glassiest, Classiest Police Building Officially Opens for Business Today LOS ANGELES Ifl — The glassiest, classiest police building in the world opens officially for business here today. It has: Jail cells with three miles of unbreakable glass partitions, used in phtce of bars in some areas to permit easier supervision of prisoners by 120 jailers. A "drtmk tank" with rubber floors, so inmates can't hurt themselves in falling. A 400 seat auditorium with a "show up" screen which permits victims to identify suspects without beinp seen. Electric controls make it possible to reproduce light- Vincent Van Gogh committed suicide in 1890, and since then gradually has become the world's most popular artist. Ing conditions under which victims saw the suspects during a criminal act. A huge, walk-in refrigerator and deep freeze which can keep evidence, from butter to mink coats, as fresh as the day they were stolen. The eight-story, modernistic reinforced concrete structure rises . amid a hodge-podge of buildings at ! Civic Center, looking much like a luxury hotel. It hrinss under one roof police facilities formerly scat. lercd all over the city. The cost j was 7 1 - million dollars. I One drawing error, caught just in time, would have put the lights I on the showup screen facing the ] wrong way. "That would have been a switch." one ofiicer said. 'The prisoners would be identifying police and witnesses." GRANDMA'S 95 - Sept. 7 ma'iSi the 95th birthday ol Anna Mary Robertson Moses, of Eagle Bridge. N.Y., alTrclinn- atcly known 10 millions as "Gr.indm.-i Moses." At 77, an agr when most women \vould -.L'ltlc foi the cild rooking chair, .she started pninling "seriously." The self-taught artist wor fame and fortune as an outstanding "primitive" painter less than 10 years laler. Attention: Men of the 461st Wing! Hudson Can Supply All Your Clothing Ne*ds: • Uniforms • Belts • Caps • Ties • Slacks • Shirts • Cheverons • Jewelry Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Blytheville, Ark. CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested.) '^ Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service North Carolina U. Trustees To Discuss Racial Issues RALEIGH, N. C. W—A racial issue was eexpected to be discussed at today's meeting of the Executive Committee of the Consolidated University of North Carolina Trustees. A three-judge federal court ruled Saturday in Greensboro that the university must process the applications of three Durham Negro youths for admission to the university's undergraduate schools. The youths — Leroy Frasier, 17; SHE'S GRAND - Practically a baby at the -rand is piano prodigy Eugenie Adutnec of the jtirunx, N.Y. Juft six, a.,d .oarely able to reach the pedals, she's already composed a lullaby and held a recital at Kew York City's Town Hall. Shu v. as awarded the highest rating in the National Guild oi Piano Tedcheis annual auditions at Carnegie HalL Paralyzed Youth Takes a Wife ORA.ND RAPIDS. Mich. . 1P>— Carl Metzger, 29, paralyzed two months ago when he broke his neck in a swimming accident, married his 18 - year - old sweetheart Marilyn Phelps from his bed in Butterworth Hospital. Meizger was wheeled into the hospital chapel for the ceremony. A boutonniere was pinned to the white sheet that covered him. Doctors have told Metzer his injuries may be permanent. He can move only his arms. Some 30 persons attended the weddinp ceremony. Cake and ice cream was served at a small re- ception. Mrs. Metzger served her husband coffee through a straw. "Everyone says I'm brave," the bride said. "But I know we can work things out. I'm so happy I don't, know what to say." "I'm getting a wonderful wife." i Metzger said. "She has stuck by me. ' I love her." Youngest Instructor PITTSBURGH, Pa. (Si — Paul Kleppner, 19, a Duquesne University sophomore, believes he's the youngest high school instructor in the Steel City. In his off school j hours. Kleppner tutors the St. Jus• tin High School debating team. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Since 1902... Serving Blytheville And Mssissippi County FOR 53 YEARS W. H. STOVALL, Manager COBB Funeral Home Flying Flog Tells the Story COMPTON, Calil. & — Mrs. Elaine Fischer's baby was overdue and the neighbors kept inquiring. Finally she told her husband, salesman Hal Fischer: "We're always flying flags on holidays. Tell them , we'll fly a flag when the baby's! born." j A 6-pound, 6-ounce boy arrived j yesterday, the Fischer's fourth child. Fischer proudly hoisted a flag on the front porch. The flag sho\vs a baby lying on a blanket on a deep blue background with the words: "It's a Boy." The child was named Dwight David and Fischer telegraphed President Eisenho\yer that his namesake had arrived. Fischer is known as the founder of President's Day, celebrated ev ery March 4 in honor of all Amei ican presidents. J his brother Ralph, 16; and John Lewis Brandon, 18, brought suit after being refused entrance. Negroes have been admitted to the university's graduate schools at Chapel Hill since the 1951 summer term. However, the trustees have held that Negroes could not be admitted as undergraduates. Circuit Judge Morris A. Soper of Baltimore said the university could riot refuse solely on the basis of race to receive and consider applications. Speaking: for the court, he said the practice is clearly in conflict with the O.S. Supreme Court's decision outlawing segregation in public schools. Robert B. House, chancellor of the university, said he had been advised by the attorney general to begin processing the applications. He saia ne was complying. Shocking Smooching CAPISTRANO BEACH, Calif. W) —Two linnets smooching on a power line shut down pumps at the San Juan Water Co, A service sta- tion attendant, Don Kennedy, ui4 there was a flash from a transformer and the birds fell dead at his feet. Their locked beaks had caused a short circuit. Puses wer« replaced and the pumpa itarted ia about an hour. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Find* Healing Suhitance That Doe* Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids N.w Tori. .V V. (SperM) - For the first time science has found a new healinj? substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids »nd to relieve pain-without surgery. In rasp after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all — results were to thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Pilei have ceased to be » problem'." The secret is « new healing substance ( Bio-Dynj*) —discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance (» now available ia suppository or nin^nrnt form under the name Preparation H.* At yoir druggist. Money back guarantee. *R*I. D- a. F«t o«. Back to Venice VENICE tiP) — Elsa Maxwell brought her yachtful of celebrity guests back to Venice last night after a 15-day tour of the Greek islands. The famous hostess returned with 103 friends. Film star Olivia! de Havilland and others of the! original 113 stopped off en route. | RUST-FREE HOT WATER TROUBLE-FREE OPERATION are built-in guarantees in the! Automatic Gas WATER HEATER Stone lined Storage Walls 10-Year Warranty backed by a HALSELL&WHITE Main at Division Ph. 3-6096 NOW SEARS •OftVCKAMDCa . / FUUY AUTOMATIC WASHER COMPARE AT $359,95 $5.00 DOWN Nationally Famous KENMORE New Homes in Dixie Gardens —Built to Your Specification— You Choose Your Lot and We Will Help You Biuld the Home of Your Dreams. Largt Lor* — Paved Struts — City S«wtr System — Close to Down Town Go North on Second St. to Missouri For an Appointment Call Kemp Whisenhunr, Realtor , 122 W. Walnut Phone 3-4469 come in SEE IT TODAY Let us point out to you aK the wonderful features of this full-size washer. Only $5.00 down on Sears Easy Payment Plan. FEATURE PACKED! •k Washes EI6 9-pound load * Hot, Medium, Warm Selector it 6-Van« Duralite Agitator it All-porcelain Top and Lid * Fully Guaranteed and many others SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Catalog Sales Office 217 W. Main Blytheville, Ark. There's No Better Time to Clean All Your Winter Clothes FALL IS JUST ABOUT HERE! HAVE ALL YOUR FALL CLOTHES READY WHEN THE AIR TURNS NIPPY. Hudson's Cleaning Process... STAYBRIGHT is an amazing new cleaning formula that actually restores the original lustre to your clothes, flushes out all dirt and grime, leaving the garment soft, free of streaks. There's nothing like clean, perfectly pressed clothes to give you that well-groomed successful look. Hudson is ready to make you look your best. • Better Cleaning •The Hudson Finish •8 Hour Service (For The Asking) HUDSON Cleaner - Clothier - Tailor Blytheville, Ark. Stcele, Me. HAIRY VETCH PMA SPECIFICATIONS Place Your Order Now Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 3-6856 WANTED 1st Class Sheet Metal Workers and Guttermen, $3,00 per hour 1st Class Builtup Roofers, $2.10 per hour CLEMONS BROS. See Foreman James Westmoreland, Air Base SEND THEM BACK TO SCHOOL In Acrobat Shoos For toys And Girli! W« Have Patience, X-Ray and Havt the Sim for Proper Fit! Famous Name Shots Exclusively or KELLY 5 In Blytheville • Mademoiselle • Valentine • Fortune* Vogue Honey Bugs Fiiendly • Kington • Jarman • Douglas re»i r*RiiN0tr SNOI trout See the Largest and Most Beautiful Selection of Fall Shoes We Hhave Ever Show* In Blvtheville • u» o» con«ni«t US-AW.J ru»

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