The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1955 · Page 5
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OCTOBKR 4, 195* BLYTHEVIU.K (AKK.V COURIER NEW3 PACT Both Democrats and GOP Emphasis on Precinct Workers By I)O.V WIIITFIIKAD WASHINGTON (APj — The doorbell ringers in Hie precincts are the infantrymen ol' politics, and the top brass in botli the Republican and Democratic parties know (hey are the troops who can win or lose a close election battle. And so it is that 13 months before the 1956 presidential election, the political strategists are placing heavy emphasis on better organization at the precinct level. By Floods MEXICO CITY '.f!—Floods in the) wake of three disastrous hurri-j <;aucs besieged much of, eastern | Mexico i yesterday. Pleas for relict tpxed the capacity oi the govern-j ment. HOLLAND NEWS Kv Mrs. Kd Itiimploii. Jr you cun fjive a man at. City Hall.it that the .spotlight of recognition more .serious than first reported. 1 turned not only on the leaders — The main tourist route may be The Democrats are drafting program, for training precinct $10 on election day, and «et the; is job done. It won't work. <tn.v You've got to attract the right kind have done an outstanding job.) Tamaaunchale. of people into the organization and These worker.'; are introduced ati jst stopover usually pronounced give them a feeling of participa- the big banquets too and sip the Thomas-aiid-Charlie, WHS reported] lion, a feeling of taking part inj heady wine of applause. completely inundated by the rag-; something that is big and vital to them and to the country. The hope of personal gain i.s an important element in this work—but it isn't by any mean.*; the force that drives workers and strengthening party organization, with Neil Staebler, Michigan real estate operator, directing the job. Staebler is given a large .share of rhe credit for putting together an eiiective grassroots oryimization which swept Republicans out of major offices in Michigan, last year. Democratic leaders hope Staebler's plan for inspiring enthusiastic precinct work will be spread through the parly. The Staebler idea, in essence, is to make the loval precinct worker feel he has accomplished something for him self and his country—and that what he has done is appreciated. Need KlRht Kind mmemedl In Michigan, Siaebler anci otner, recently: "The day has gone when I Democratic leaders have seen to level. Provident .Eisenhower i weeks is reported to h but also on precinct workers who. closed for some time. favorite most workers." Siaebler has said: 'In a loose- jointed organization like a political party, the vigor with which people j m rhe Republican do their commit and precinct] campu^n will he u special drive work is determined almost entire- directed by Clancy Ada my oi • After New Voters ^ Moct'eziMia River. The biff, Just what methodH the Repub- steel bridge there was said to have; llcans will u.se to fire up their , )epn wa ,, :h ed out. A messenger precinct workers are not yet clear.! wulV:Pd thL , 70 m j les , 0 ciudad Bui, spurred by President Eisen-j Valles wilh a note from tne may or hower bnioro IILS illness, they too;^,,,^. , he rity of 25 000 was ml der are ^aying^ close Attention to pre-j WiUer flnd runninf? short-of food. Ciudad Valles and nearby ,Ta- luin. a touri-si resort, also were asked for ly by morale . . . The most im- Mineral, Utah—to enlist new voters portent ingredient (of morale) is: into the Republican party and get ..„ n _ a sense of significance." [them inio active participation in One political worker commemedl In Michigan, Siaebler and other} the party's affairs at the local Young Bridegroom Charged In Death of Trombone Player DENVER 'Jfi — aroom of three A young bride- The wrist watch which led to months, traced j Deannin's arrest was found at the through a broken watch, admitted ! lonely spot where Miss Danielsou he killed a symphony orchestra i said the gunman first tried to rape trombonist anci shot his woman' companion. Detective Capi. Fred Zarnow said today. Robert Mark Dearmin. 21. relat-i under w; helicopter aid. Thousands were j homeless. j Several more persons were drown- j ed near Martinez de la Torre, bring- i ing Mxico's death toll from Hurri- ' j fUCK recent' c; ' ne J flnel *° 2^0- More than l.WW ; reported to have toldj ™™ »"Ju«d and some 100,000 home- j GOP National Chairman Leonard : less- [ Hall: "You can expect an old) ' : codger like me to be useful in j only a few elections—but if you get < | Qtirjcf- a 21-year-old, he'll be around to: UUI •*• work, for you for years." 1 . Ariioiif; out of town guests with -Mr. and Mrs., Joe C'ohoun during I the past, wei.-k-erid were Mr. ami : -Mrs. Finis Holmes and daughter; itnd 1,011 of Marion, 111., and Mr. ! and .Mrs. willard Bradford and; son oi Hiiyti. ! I.Kilp Debra June, t,wo month 1 - ' old dunuhier of Mr. and Mr.-. Bill i Av!. ; ;, has been a patient at, Mem-! pins i.e Bonheur Hospital for 'he' })(t--;t 'CM days from an acute HUP- jnic condition. She ,i- c visited daily, by hft 1 parents and will probably be : <ti-m:.sM>d this week. Mi'x Carl Bradley will leave la : e' tiiis '.veck froia San Francisco to join her husband in Okinawa '.vim, prec'L'eried her two months earlier. \ Mrs. Bradley, the former Alma -In ' Hu-ks, has made her home hen- wiih her parents. Mr. and Mrs. . Goiciia Hicks, and in Iowa since her . husband's departure. Mi.>-. Annie Timberlake of Duel- If'S, Mo., is a hottseguest of Mi'--' • Iss.ic McKay this week. Having Hvpd >•] this community hail a ; century ago, Mrs. Timberlake re^-; hiarly visits old friends here and j m HlyUieviHe. j Mr. and Mr,-\ ISIMC McKay, Jr.,! and son and datiKiiter, ls>.ac^ III | and .Su.Min, \v^re at their mother'.--j ;uiri ^ramiiriOthri'' 0 , Mr?. I ;i lora ' Onilin's. at Belies, Tt;mi., Salur- \ day and Sunday. Foliowiui; 1 a week'.- vi.^:! :tt her dauyiiter's, Mrs. Ira Xaimcr's, and i Mr. Xahn*T's in J'onagf-vi':]o, Mrs.. Florence WorkniMi i.s home. Mr. ' and Mr?. John A/.ibil of Risco '.".ere her "iie.sts Sunday. : At. Mrs. Mund Richard's Sunday \\frc. Mrs. Lily Michie of MicoJa. • Mr. and Mr.-:. Orviile Pinkston ol EliiVii :»n(i Mr. and Mrs, A. W. ' Rifharci of .Sl-^-le. A Her sevorai week-: v;iih her '-iis- :.cr. Mr.-. Lleiia S.»rnford, in Chica-o : Mrs. FIore::e Samford has a; nved home. Mr. and .Mr.s. PinnPll Capehtirt and daughrf-r -.verp yiiesi.-? ol" Mr. and Mrs. Leo Doiuifr and daughter Dh-.nii and Mr. and Mr.s. Gerald Donner and son Gerry all day Sunday. Henry Gp.sinna 1 recently returned io his home here, having lived a ' year or so at E.-sex, Mo., had his 1 son, Chester Gestrini?, of Forrest City, Ark., as guest part oi the week Mi\ am) Mr.-\ lioani Si.ivcrs v.'i'i'f: in Memphis Tuesday where Mr. Stivers receives monthly radium treatments for a ben i an skin ean- cor. Cisicnts in the home of Mr, :uid Mr.- 1 , f'iiarlos Colioon diii'int; I he •A'.'^ii v.t'i'i- Mr. 5 ;. Cohnon'.s i';ch"r. J. K, MrClam, and Mrs. McCiam of Bonne Terr?, StuUont Raymond Kenley of Missouri SUtc Teacher's College was home with his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Sam Kenlpy, and son, Jackie, over the wrek-end. Mrs. Cecil Mae Little and dauph- trr June and their father and •irandf.ifher, Alferd Jones, were hou.-;figue.stK of the H. B. Jones in Gmnrmtown. near Memphis SaUir- ciay and Sunday. R.NEW CUSTOMER!* NEW DISCOVERY! It conies as a new discovery to each new Raymond Zaehry customer tluU his individual s;tvhif*s on insurance can be so surprisingly lar^e. Actually as much as W c — S2 back out of every S10 spent. That's what Raymond /arhry's customers hiivi 1 rccftivcii in annual savings-dividends since Raymond Xachry started in the; insurance business. Big savings and a K'ood, roliahlr company—isn't that the best possible proof that you. too, should be insured with Raymond Zachry In- siiritiice Agency? RAYMOND ZACHRY US N. 2nd Insurance Agency Ph. 3-S815 SAVINGS — SERVICE — SATISFACTION her. then shot and beat her and attempted to run over her Halm's auto. Zarmnv said a Denver jeweler Clock Climber Goes to Hospital f LONDON '# — An agile clirnbc !Catalogues, too ! WASHINGTON <ff>) — Mail order • 1 catalogues, showcases of widely | j \aried American consumer ooods,! i iirive made a hit with foreign na- . j Uotifils who visit overseas libraries j of the U.S. iiiforniaiio:i Agency, jeweler identified her as the buyer LOS ANGELES f.-P* — The trtK'K dn-.-cr who found and returned thai 542,800 is getting a reward after al:--S5- Vearl Valentine stopped his truck a i v .d pitAed up, a purse last Thvirs- aay near Ann Arbor, Mich. He turned over to a woman who drove bar.-.-c in a big car and correctly told th'> amount of money in the bag, "'Well, thanks," ?he .said, driving a'.vfiy '.vith the money. The Los Angeles Times received a 55 bili Saturday along with a nr,U- sifuifd "anonymous" asking thai ilie hill be sent to Valentine as a reward. used the name Jay R. Dearmin, would be turned over to authorities 1 of the watch, Zarnow said. of neighboring Adams County. j Bought N'ew One The lanky, dark-haired young! He said Dearmin, apparently man was arrested at his workshop! liament climbed in the r give the famous ~ catalogue already have been ship- Popsters Elect bench yesterday. He later pointed out tentatively in a police lineup by Joyce Danielson. 23. a companion of the Denver Symphony Orchestra member the night he was killed. Found at Spot Miss fearful of questioning about the i was • slaying, intended to produce the I '."H C " ' newly purchased watch as evidence ; ?anc j s i chase up a stairway insn j the one ! not- his. found at the scene [ er and up :he scaf Square Sunday as he| mver a'ticaninp]* The US1A said UmL in Finlanti '' j "old issues have been worn out. ised to corned own. Thou-1 through use. been patched up, re- . Diced on as police gave i bound wiih srronser covers and put; ihe tow-! back into circulation." ' .e. Anibu>| _ _ . > The musician and Miss Danielson , Ianccs arrived> The c!inihpr pu!led \ were in a car parked near the [ up a ladder a[tcr him [Q cut Qff | hlany of j boarding house where both lived the French settlers in . i pursuit, but the police manazed to I Illinois left the region alter it \vas, a hnsnMai inch ! " " gunma " rorced hls way I?" , get up. Thev fmallv got him "by an i occupied by the British in 1765, | a nobpitai tech-. to the aui0 mobile. He ordered the'- * ' p - ...--.- mcian. is recovering from a bullet \ couple [0 drive into the coumry . "•ouiid in the shoulder and from i rAhho H anri 5hot Hahn and later CARUTHERSVILLE — Newly elected officers of the CaruihersviUe High School Pepsters are Mary El- M Speight, president; J^nei, Thompson .vice president: Oror'n Davis, secj-ptary; Donna Clark, u-ea^urer; fronj,!. Vick. reporter. FIRE EXTINGUISHER OWNERS We Hove Availoble Facilities To Re-Fill Your Carbon Dioxide (C0 2 ) Extingushers. You No Longer Need Go To Memphis. Immediate Service PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. Elm and Mathis Streets Blytheville, Ark. • ankle and dragged hm dov.n. • °- and settled in Missouri. ; robbed and ^.^,, — ~ cuts and bruises inflicted by the j wounde d the girl when she attempt- assailant, j ed to escape. Zamow said Dearmin told hi? wife of the incident next day. Mrs. Dearmin, a secretary, said her husband had informed her fully of the robbery, Zarnow added. Artice Makes Nigth Club Debut | LAS VEGAS. Nev. <&,— The Me- , tropohtan Opera's Patrice Mtinsel, hit the night club circuit last nigh: , with a varied program ranging from, sedate arias to sexy torch songs. The shapely soprano, opening a three-week engagement, at the : Venus Room of the New Frontier ' Hotel, alternated sui-h Hems as Cole Porters "It's All Right With Me;" Mimi's aria from "La Boheme." by Puccini; Harold Arlen's "A Sleeping Bee" from "House of Flowers": and ' the Iralian street SOUR from "Naughty Marietta," by Victor He- j bert. i HELP WANTED, FEMALE Well -seiiled woman, who is a s"<"1 sliorrhand stenographer and keeps books, to meet the public and c.in assume resiJOimbilUies. .Must be permanent. Pleasant working conditions, bonus anrt opportunity for adyanii'inent. Full salary while training under exppni-nrril personnel. State .salary and eKppriente in own handwriting. Inquiries will be held confidential. UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY 111 \V. .\Iain UlytheviLlc, Ark. 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