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V/EDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1954 BLYTHEVILI3: (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVIN Most Incumbents Victorious As 9 States Hold Primaries By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Republican Sen. Robert W. Upton of New Hampshire was the most notable casualty yesterday as primary warmups in nine states -produced party candidates for the November elections. Otherwise, congressional incumbents weathered this preliminary skirmishing — the biggest batch of primaries this year. Voters in New Hampshire, New leans for Democratic Action, bat- York, Vermont, Massachusetts, j tied it out for the Democratic gu- Wisconsin, Colorado, Utah, Min- Colorado, Utah, nesota and Washington picked nominees for five Senate and 92 House seats, for six governorships and a host of other state and local offices. The vote was reported light in several states. The selection of candidates for the Nov. 2 balloting will be completed later this month with a primary in Rhode Island and conventions in New York State. Upton, 70, was defeated by veteran U.S. Rep. Norris "Cotton, 54, in a three-way race for the GOP nomination to serve the last two years of the late Sen. Charles W. Tobey's six-year term. Running third was Wesley Powell, a 37- year-old attorney who four years ago came close to unseating Tobey in the primary. In recent years, Republican nomination has meant election in New Hampshire. Second Senator Defeated Upton, wno has been serving under appointment since Tobey's death last year, was the second U.S. senator to suffer defeat in a primary test this year. The other was Sen. Alton Lennon (D-NC). Six House incumbents also have been beaten in bids for renomina- tion. In another contest that drew national attention, former Democratic Rep. John A. Carroll, 53, won his party's nomination for the Senate from Colorado. He downed Mayor Quigg Newton of Denver; Carroll formerly was an adviser to President Truman. He will face Lt. Gov. Gordon Allott, who was bernatorial nomination. Proxmire led in early returns. One Opposed Only one of Wisconsin's 10 House members—Republican Rep. Gard ner Withrow—had primary opposi tion and Withrow led two rivals. Utah—Mrs. Reva Beck Bosone red-haired veteran of two House terms, won an easy victory in her quest for the Democratic nomination in Utah's 2nd District and a crack at Republican Rep. William A. Dawson, who unseated her two years ago. Dawson was unopgosec for renomination. Massachusetts—A veteran member of the Bay State Legislature; Robert F. Murphy, won the Democratic nomination for governor in his first try at statewide office. Supported by the State Democratic Convention, Murphy decisively defeated Francis E. Kelly, a Boston lawyer who' has served as lieutenant governor and attorney general. Murphy will face Republican Gov. Christian A. Herter, who was unopposed for renomination. Sen. Leverett Saltonstall had no opposition in the GOP primary and he will be opposed in November by Foster Furcolo, state treasurer and former Congress member, who outran two opponents for the Democratic Senate nomination. Vermont — A comparative newcomer to state politics, Joseph B. Johnson, won the Republican nom- unopposed for the GOP Senate nomination. Sen. Edwin C. Johnson now holds the seat for which Carroll and Allott will vie. Johnson chose to run instead for governor of Colorado and he was unopposed in the Democratic primary. Johnson's opponent Nov. 2 will be State Sen. Donald G. Brotzman, the only candidate in the GOP gubernatorial primary. Other highlights of yesterday's primaries: Wisconsin — Fred R. Zimmerman, 74-year-old foe of Sen. McCarthy, built up a commanding lead in his try for Republican re- nomination as secretary of state. With almost half of the state's precincts reporting, Zimmerman had 77,488 votes to 55,618 for Miss Joyce M. Larkin, a former weekly newspaper publisher who ran with the endorsement of the state GOP organization. Zimmerman has had 10 terms as secretary of state. Gov. Walter Kohler had no opposition for a third GOP primary, but William Proxmire, the unsuccessful Democratic candidate two ination for governor a traditionally solid of Vermont, GOP state. Johnson, a 61-year-old industrialist, will have as his running mate the first woman ever nominated for lieutenant governor in the state's history. She is Mrs. Consuelo Northrop Bailey, speaker of the Vermont House of Representatives. Mrs. Bailey came out on top in a three-cornered fight. Senate Battle New Hampshire — Two men were battling, for the Democratic nomination for the short Senate term. They are Stanley J. Betley, a veteran state representative, and Pickett of slight lead early today. The winner will face Cotton in November. In the Democratic race for nomination to a full Senate term, two of four candidates were bunched closely, with the main battle apparently between 30-yearold Mayor Gerald L. Morin of Laconia and Frank L. Sullivan of Manchester. Sen. Styles Bridges, the Republican incumbent, had no primary apposition. Minnesota — Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn) held a strong lead Mayor Laurence M. Keene. Betley held a over and two Val opponents Bjornson, early today Republican years ago, and James E. Doyle, | state treasurer, seemed well on his co-chairman of the National Amer- way to winning the GOP Senate nomination. Bjornson, too, had two opponents. Republican Gov. C. Elmer Anderson was renominated without a fight. In the Democratic-Farmer- Labor contest for the gubernatorial nomination, Orville Freeman, a Minneapolis lawyer, was outdistancing Paul Rasmussen, a state railroad and warehouse commissioner. New York — Rep. Stuyvesant Wainwright 2nd, a fervent supporter of President Eisenhower, scored a top-heavy renomination victory over Republican William P. Shea, an avowed backer of Sen. McCarthy. Wainwright frequently has criticized the , Wisconsin senator. Three other Republican congressmen who had opposition also were renominated without difficulty. They were Reps. Edmund P. Radwan, Ralph A. Gamble and W, Sterling Cole. Cole is chairman of the Senate-House Atomic Energy Committee. Washington — In a slim turnout, Washington State voters picked nominees for the state's seven congressional seats. Main interest centered on a four-way race for the Republican nomination for congressmen-at-large. There, former State Rep. Al Canwell appeared headed for a runaway, triumph over his three opponents. Democratic Rep. Don Magnuson, the incumbent, was unopposed. Hugh B. Mitchell, a former U. S. senator and House member, won Democratic nomination in the state's 1st District. He topped two opponents. In his comeback try, Mitchell will try to unhorse Rep. Thomas M. Pelly, who was re- nominated without opposition. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Dorothy M. Rogers (Col), Pltf. vs. No. 12,765 Leroy Rogers (Col), Dft. The defendant, Leroy Rogers, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Dorothy M. Rogers. Dated this 30th day of August, 1954. SEAL GERALDTNE LISTON, Clerk. By ERNESTINE PETERSON, D.C. Ed B. Cook, Atty. for Pltf. 9/1-8-15-22 ON FAIR PROGRAM—Patine and Rosa, an acrobatic and novelty team, will be one of the acts slated to appear in the show to be presented in front of .the grandstand during the Northeast Arkansas District Fair here Sept. 21-26. Rosa gives. tumbling exhibitions while Patine . performs balancing feats, including a headslide down a long incline. Crescent-shaped Lake Geneva, in Switzerland, fills a steep canyon of rock 45 miles long and eight miles wide at its greatest width, with water depths of as much as 1095 feet. ATTENTION... COTTON FARMERS! LIQUID DEFOLIANT DOES THE JOB! Under the Existing Dry Weather Conditions, We Have Found that Liquid Defoliation is Proving More Successful In Obtaining Good Leaf Drop. We have added Special Equipment to Planes to Give you the Finest and Most Complete service in the Application of Liquid Defoliant To Insure the Best Grades when Cotton is picked Mechanically, DEFOLIATE! PLANTERS FLYING SERVICE Office First NatL Bonk Bldg. Phone 3*3721 Airport Phono 3-3835 Written Invitation LEBANON, N. H. L?) — A Sign! reading "Open House"-.-on Bob j Rousseau's gas station apparently' was taken too literally. An employe coming to open the station found a window open and $180 missing from the cash regis- ;er. The sign, put up to advertise a special offer, w.as taken down immediately. JOINER NEWS By EDNA BROWN Four new deacons were ordained at the First Baptist Church here Sunday afternoon. They are Robert Axbn, Earl Bennett, Claude Nelson, and Burl Crowley. During the month of August, only three marriage licenses were issuer by County Recorder James Ahem. They were issued to Leon Farrell and Shirley Flippo, both of Caruthersville Robert Spencer of Grossmont, Calif.;, and Emma Staten VanAusdall, of Caruthers- ville; and Henry Johnson and Robbie Harden, both of Warden, Mo. Miss Marion Mayes, seventh grade teacher here, spent the weekend in Blytheville visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes. The Parent-Teachers Association will meet for the first time during this school year Thursday evening at the grade school. The Caruthersville Kiwanis Club will hold a benefit show at the Stadium Theatre here Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The Caruthersville High School Pep Club has elected officers for this scholastic year. They are Charline King, president; Wanda i Barnes, vice-president; Ann Rich- 1 ardson, treasurer; and Linda Tay- Hearing aids are being used by ;elevision repair men to quickly trace vibration noise- in faulty sets, j FALL PLANTING SEEDS Wheat Chancellor— $2.75 per. bu. Barley Certified B—400— $1.95 per bu. Hairy Vetch—.15 per Ib. Rye Grass — .12 per Ib. Also other Fall Planting Seed Balboa Rye—§1.95 per bu. Alfalfa Oklahoma approved — .36c per Ib. Arkwin Seed Oats— $1.35 per bu. Ky. 31 Fescue Cert. — .35 per. Ib. Ask for Our Low Prices. We Buy Soybeans—Both Commercial and Seed Soybeans Blytheville Soybean Corp. Ph. PO 3-6856 or 3-6857 1800 W. Main St. Blytbeyille, Ark. lor, reporter. The club's sponsors are Mrs. Nathan Wood and Mrs. Thomas Mock. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Upchurch motored to Memphis Sunday in order to remove their two-and-one- half-month-old daughter, Betty Lynn, from St. Joseph's Hospital there. The baby had been in the hospital for a few days. Kenneth jorcan spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j A. Jordan of Caruthersville. During the summer, he worked for his grandfather in Hermann, Mo. Roy Davis, of near Detroit, Mich., has spent the past 10 day§ here visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, F. L. Davis. More than 90 per cent of the U.S. bituminous coal production la east of the Mississippi. 16 Proof. Bourfcon <k Luit Co., Lotamfle, Kcatuctf the You can read it MI the sales figures—Buick's th« car that's climbing to a phenomenal public preference* For Buick today is outselling all other cars in America— regardless of price class—except two of the so-called "low-price three." And every month strengthens Buick's new leadership position. It's the "hot" car for style, for power, for performance—and, most emphatically, for value. "7=" Any way you look at it, Buick's the buy of the year, hands down. For Buick prices start close t* «ke fewe —just a few dollars above those of the "low-price th But those few more dollars you pay for a Buick buy you a lot more power, room, comfort, sryk- ride steadiness. And get this: with our tremendous sales volume right now, we can offer you a really top allowance on your present car. That's the added bonus you get from our big volume. It's the "High_Besa!e^ar for years from nour— It's just common sense. With Buick's year-ahead beauty today, you'll be driving a car that's right up front in the style parade of tomorrow. And when you're ready to resell your Buick, it will still be fresh and new-looking, with the modern features the others will adopt in the coming years. And that means you're bound to get a higher resale price when you do trade it in. Drop in and see this beautiful buy right now—and see for yourself that you make the buy of the year in this tomorrow-styled beauty called Buick. • WHIN BftTft AUTOMOIILIS ARl IUIIT BUtCK WIU IU!U> THIM LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK CO. Walnut & Broadway 24 Hour Sirvict Dial 3-4555

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