The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1955 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER SO, 1981 BLTTHEVILIJ! (ARK.)' COURIER NEWg PAGETHKM •ECOND PLACE FLOAT — This elaborate float prepared by the Band parents Club got a second place award in yesterday's National Cotton Picking Contest parade. "King Cotton, This Is Your Life," was the title of the float. (Courier News Photo) Even If He Doesn't Run: Ike Will Be tke Big Man In Picking a Candidate By DON WH1TEHEAD WASHINGTON (AP) — Even though he doesn't run again, President Eisenhower will be in a position to dominate the Republican convention next year and perhaps handpick the GOP presidential nominee, if he so chooses. As matters now stand, a candidate seeking the Repu'uiican nomination with Eisenhower's opposition would be tilting hopelessly with windmills. But the man given in the dark. In all the confusion, there are some certainties: The Republicans Will depend on Elsenhower in the 1956 campaign in one way or an- the nod by the President would! other. If they can't have the man have an advantage so great that! himself as their candidate, then it would appe.ar unassailable. In the weeks ahead, assuming the President has a normal recovery as it appears he will, the professional politicians will be watching to. see: 1. What Elsenhower's decision will be on running again. 2. If he doesn't run, whom will he support as the man to carry on the program he has launched. Eisenhower's close friends in Denver say the best bet is the President will finish out his term and then retire to his Gettysburg farm, making himself available as an "elder statesman." Still Hopeful But some Republican leaders still ere hopeful the President will run, and they point to opinions by heart specialists that after his convalescence he should be able to live a normal life. The Haw in these hopes is that no one can say the life of a President — with the tremendous pressures involved — is ii "normal life." The Republican: optimism about Eisenhower running again may well be n case of whistling they'll run on his record, program and policies. Nixon Mentioned But this means coming up with a nominee who supports the Eisenhower policies and who Is supported in turn .by Eisenhower. Already [ the names of Vice President Richard Nixon (age 42), Secretary of the Treasury George Humphrey (65), Milton Eisenhower, the President's brother (56), Gov. Goodwin Knight of California (58) and others are being mentioned as possible candidates. The President chose Nixon as Ills running mate in 1952. He gave Nixon a place In the inner councils of the executive branch of govern- ment which enhanced his prestige and gave him valuable administrative experience. But, when Eisenhower chose Nixon as his running mate, did he intend that Nixon should be the next GOP candidate? Eisenhower hasn't said as much and until he does, the matter remains in doubt The Wilson Co-Operative Club will meet at the club house, Oct. 6, for the first meeting of the year. The : program will consist of "Honoring j Our Past Presidents," by Mrs. Alma , Harnden and "My Trip Abroad," i by Mrs, tl. H. Jones. j Hostesses will be Mrs. Gene Buch- j unan, Mrs. Eva Elkfns, Mrs. J. K.! Hampson, Mrs. Eva Kerlin. Mrs. •; W. T. Beall, Mrs. Ed Bell, Mrs. Ed | Crutcher, Mrs. O. L. Jenkins and j Mrs. Tula Tyler. i Mrs. Ray Merritt is president. | Mrs. D. D. Cash, vice-president; j Mrs. R. C. Hobson, secretary, sec- | retary; Mrs. A. S". Catching, trea- j surer and Mrs. W. B. Burkett, I parliamentarian. Bark Worse Than Bite NORFOLK, Vs. (A>)— Harvey Rob- j inson says there's no truth in the old saying that postmen and dogs are born enemies. Robinson, retiring after 30 years as a postman, was asked about his experience with dogs at an impromptu gathering of friends on his ! route. He said he liked dogs, was bitten only once in his long career. World War II started when Hitler's troops invaded Poland on September 1, 1939. HELP WANTED, FEMALE M'ell settled Vioman, who Is a good shorthand stenographer and hceps books, to meet the public and can .issitmc responsibilities. Must be permanent. Pleasant working conditions, bonus and opportunity for .advancement. Full salary while irainfns under experienced personnel. State salary and experience In own handwriting. Inquiries will be held confidential. UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY HI W. Main Blythevllle, Ark. Moonlight* Roses Heartburn! Now's tti» Urn* for TUMS! A rod of Turns costs only a dim*. But it's "worth its weight in gold" whenever acid indigestion strikes. Turns neutralize excess acid almost before it starts. You feel better FAST, And there's no acid rebound with Turns. No water, no mixing required. Take Turns any time, anywhere —for you never know when you need relief. Get a handy roll today! DUE TO ILLNESS Levee Tax Offices Will Not Open Until Monday Oct. 10th Will Be at Court House In Blytheville through Sat., Oct. IS Emily P. Trammel, Collector Box 358 Wilson OSCEOLA NEWS By B«Uy« Nelio Starr Mrs. Wallace Hoke Invited Mrs. ITank Rohdes and Mils. Bill Joe Edrington to Join her bridge club when she entertained with a luncheon Wednesday at her home. Mrs. Earl Sanders was hostes* to her canasta club Wednesday. The guests met at the Hut for dessert and coffee and played cards in the Pine Room. Mrs. Bob Chiles was a guest. Mrs. 1. L. Ward was a guest Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. Bob Cromer was hostess to the monthly pitch club. Early fall flowers were used to decorate Mrs. Cramer's home. A dessert couno preceded games. the Mrs. Gilbert Bernstein and young son of New Orleans are expected over the weekend for a visit with Mrs. Bernstein's mother, Mrs. H. J. Levenstein and family. They will be met in Memphis by Harry Levenstein and driven to Osceola. Mrs. Godfrey White, Mrs. John B. White and Mrs. Aubrey Conway of Blytheville drove to Clarksdale, Miss., over the weekend 'especially to attend iiie chrtetentng of. Mrs. Godfrey Whlte'i grandson, Oscar ConneH, *., which took place Sv.n- day. On Oct. 14 Mrs. Connell and son will leave for New York where she will fly to Munich, Germany to join her husband who is stationed there with the Army. Mrs. Eva Traver will leave Saturday for a week's visit with her grandson Harold Brvant, Jr., in Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Harry Jones, Sr., has returned home from Texarkana, where she visited her son, Stanley Jones and Mrs. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dean visited this week in Union City, Tenn. Mrs. Roy Cox was in Memphis Monday to be with her sister, Mrs. Russell Harrison,, of Brinkley, who entered Campbell's Clinic for treatment. Miss Blanche Cleere had as her Sunday, and Monday guests her cousin, Mrs. Edward Field of Ccn- Uirville, Term., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim 15. Oarothers of Memphis. Mrs. Melvin Speck. Mrs. Jack Wilson, Mrs. John Drain, Sr., and Mrs. Joe Cullom, Jr., were in Memphis Wednesday to attend the fashion show and tea sponsored by the Duration Club of Memphis. Mrs.- Ed Wiseman is a surgical i patient in the Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongate visited her Tuesday. Miss Marjorie Doyle is a patient in the Baptist Hospital. Her sister, Mrs. Frank McDonald of Olarksdale, Miss., is with her at the hospital. Mrs. Sam Coble, Mrs. D*vM Laney and Miss Joanne Laney returned home Monday from a vacation in Canada. Mrs. W. B. Flannigan rcturne^ home Sunday from a two montk visit at her old home in McCleara- boro, ill. Mrs. Charles Johnson »n« son Charles, Jr., drore Mrs. Kta- nigan home. Baby's Colds j Refiw Strflennt F»st-Effactively, with! WICKS V VA o O R w a NOT $19.95! NOT $14.95-BUT $12.99-PHONE 3-3743 NOW! Never Before SUCH AN AMAZING VALUE! COMPLETE FOR OMIT OW.Y SOf WEEKIT NO MONEY DOWN DELUXE QUALITY Service For 8 , d*»fotfrd wfrh ttw , Mw« Willow {xm«rn l+Krt wHI twautlfy yovf (fining Jobl«. No) «rviot for 4 or 6 . . . b.t 45 mognlficen* ptem that provide KrH tvrvkc for 8 . . . of o prk* tbat l*h yov «t TWT tobW ioi 9 song. • I Omnir pliKi • I Sneers Birt I Souf Platli • Sirring PlattH T«i Cups * Sugar I Cut: • CteM PHcktr ~ 12-Pitrt fm KWC BAKE 'n SERVE SET 7-Pttcc Set KITCHEN UTENSIL: ill purptte Ht! Mtifern design, until ritst resretam nickel finish, and brifhtly enameled Nwdlts. A twi t»c tyiry need. • Lirte Casserrit mil Civtr • Small Casserole • 2 Mint OishK • Pie Mate • B Custard Dishes PHONE TODAY FRIDAY POPLAR 3-3743 We Want . 100 Meet Dreifus w. Wear Diamonds New Accounts DREIFUS 3IG WEST MAI1V ST: DREIFITS JEWELRY CO. 316 W. Main, Blytheville, Ark. Please send me the 64-Fc. Set of Blue Willow Dinnerware plus the 7-I'c. Kitchen Set and 12-Pc. Fire Kins Set as advertised for only 512.09. 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