The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1955 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, OCTOBKR », 19M BLTTHETILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Aides Say Ike Unaware Of Political Commotion DENVER (AP) — Is President Eisenhower aware of tiie "political commotion" generated by his illness? The White House declines to say. Do his,aides "want to convey the impression" the President is totally unaware of that commotion when quite possibly he knows all about it? James C. Hagerty, White House press secretary, says on that one: "I urn not vonveymg any imprL-s- sion, but I am not going to answer your question." The big question, of course, whether Eisenhower f mighl seek second term despite his Sept. 4 heart attack. The general impression all along here lias been that he won't—but it's nothing more than an impression bolstered by the knowledge that a heart seizure sometimes limits a man's activities, particularly a man with the burdens of ihe presidency. Hagerty isn't the only one who has insisted the President has discussed no politics with the administration leaders who have called on him at the hospital. The leaders themselves have said so emphatically. "Not Time for That" Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., chief U. S. delegate to the United Nations, was asked at news conference yesterday after his meeting with the President: "How do you feel now about President Eisenhower for a second term?" "I don't think this is the time to talk about that." Lodge replied, "and I am an Eisenhower man all the time, but 1" don't think this is the time to discuss that." The ambassador was told ''there has been a Lodge boom" under way to swing the Republican presidential nomination to him if Eisenhower doesn't run again. "Oh please," he exclaimed, and added with a laugh: "Well, please take me out of the boom. I have no ambitions of that kind at all." Most of the administration leaders who have conferred with Eisenhower have said it would be "inappropriate" for them to discuss the political situation while he is in the hosptal. . ' i LOW COW—Madelinje, the midget tow, is just the right size tor three-year-old Linda Williams of rural Greenville, S. C. Madeline, who is two years old, is the offspring o£ a 1600-pound cow and an 1800-pound bull. But she weighs only 200 pounds and is just two feet tall and three feet long. Owner is R. F. Pitman of Greenville. Unpronounceable Ingredient Causes Trouble in Parliament LONDON Wl — Unless a certain British government official can pronounce hydraztnocarbonylmethyl trimethylammonium c h 1 o r i d *— which seems unlikely—he's In for trouble. The o/fieln! is Peter Thorney- craft, president of the Board of Trade, who recently jumped the duty on hydrn, etc. from 10 to 33 per cent. Capt. Richard A. Pilkington, a conservative member of Parliament, wants to know why. Pilkington, going through the usual channels, has filed a question on the matter for Thorneycrol't to answer on the floor of the House of Commons. The question comes up a week from Thursday. Not Curious Filkington tola newsmen he wasn't especially curious about hydra, etc. himself. Some of his constituents use the stuff and asked him to ask Thorneycroft about it. "I can't pronounce it," said Pilkington. "I don't even know what is is. There's a fugitive sort of charm about it, whatever it may be, and it will be an interesting experience hearing the president say it out loud." A London industrial chemist Too Much Sake And No Workee NIIGATA CITY, .Japan V?) — A housewife complained today about condolence gifts presented her family after a fire had destroyed much of this city early this month. Condolence gifts are a Japanese social fixture for those who suffer misfortune. "But why do they always bring sake (rice wine)," the housewife wrote in .a letter to the newspaper Niigata Nippo. She said the family had received nearly 20 large bottles of sake. "At such H lime," she wrote, "one hopes that the men . . . will work cleaning up debris and helping other fire victims. But all they do is sit together, drink sake, talk much, get drunk, and end up snoring loudly. "It is very discouraging to a poor housewife." Yellowstone National Park is the The kea, large, green parrot of New Zealand, is noted for its habit of attacking sheep for the purpose of obtaining the fat about the kidneys. Shepherds have killed so greatest wild bird and animal pre-i many because of this fact that now serve in the world. I the kea is almost extinct. There are no other shoes in the world like these! Here's a successful Jarman formula for fine footwear: smart moccasin styling plus premium calfskin plus marvelous new comfort features equals the handsome •"Janrmn-Airc Deluxe" shown here. We invile you to come in and try on a pair. TAN - BLACK - MAHOGANY Sizes 6 to 12—Widths A-B-C-D fOO» milNDlY SHOt STOfl Dr. Charles L Craig Dentist Announces the Removal of His Office to 526 Chickasawba OFFICE HOURS: Daily—8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M. W««l. & Sat—8:30 A.M. to 12 P.M. Telephone 3-6881 Of Course! Yes, of course you'll save when you make shopping at Safeway a regular habit. For at Safeway you save where it really counts on your TOTAL food bill, not just on a handful of "Advertised specials". So for savings right down (he line on foods, your family wants and needs, shop Safeway! Wednesday Only! } -Lfe. J fin Crisco All Purpose SHORTENING Royal Satin Emulsi-Mixed SHORTENING Tide Brand DETERGED Double Duty Detergent PARADE SUDS Bel-Air Frozen ORANGE JUICE Minute Maid GRANGE JUICE Libby Green Tender LIMA BEANS Highway Green and White LIMA BEANS Libby Grand PEACH SLICES Castle Crest PEACH SLICES 3 Giant Box Gnt. Box 2 6 oz. Tint 2 6oz. Tins 73< 70* 33< 38< 303 Tin 2 No. 2>/i Tin No. 2'/7 Tin 35< 34? We reserve the right to limit purchases. didn't have much .tick clearing up the mystery. He commented: "What's all the fuss about? Hydra-what-do-you-eall-lt Is simply an analytical reagent used for the separation of ketonic compounds and in A. G. -steroids." The ketonic compounds are an elusive group of highly volatile liquid hydrocarbons. It was beginning to sound as if the whole thing might have to clo with plastics and other -such important products of organic c h e m i s t r y. But come Thursday week Thorneycroft may have dug up a different set of This Parakeet Not So Dumb LONDON iff) — if the homing pigeon NURP 489307 AX could talk like Mickie the parakeet, he could tell quite a story. In August 1949, Thomas Annstrong- sent the pigeon 400 miles to Berwick on the English-Scottish border for a race back to Annstrong's bird loft in Sidlesham, Sussex. The bird got home yesterday. "Haven't the remotest idea what could have delayed him," Armstrong told reporters. Mickie the parakeet, on the other hand, can outtalk your wife. He vanished two weeks ago from the home of his owner, 9-year-old Jacqueline Simpson of Melbourne, Derbyshire. He was found six miles away by Mrs. Hilda Worrall, who hadn't any clue where he belonged. For a fortnight voluble Mickie spouted nothing but old nursery rhymes. Yesterday, said Mrs. Worrall, he suddenly came out with: "66 Derby Road." She look him there and, sure enough, that's where he lives. Dan Atkins Gets Scholarship ARKADELPHIA — Dan Atkins, Blythoville, a -senior at OuachlU College here, has been awarded a $400 Order ol the Eastern star scholarship. Atkins, a. grandson of Mrs. J. c. Harnish, 1719 Chickasawba St., is among four Ouuchita College siu- dents to receive a scholarship ior religious training. The scholarships are part of a nation-wide religious education program sot up by the Eastern Star to encourage young people to enler the field of religious leadership. The scholarships are to be used for books, board, tu'tion and clothing. 'Firemen Save Our Fire House' ATLANTA Wi ~ A fire station caught fire yesterday and firemen from' another station put out the blaze. The firemen at station 12 in the northeast section were too busy saving equipment and personal property to do any /i^e fighting. So, men from station 6 extinguished the fire. The blaze started when a gasoline tank on a stalled truck exploded and sprayed burning gasoline over tile two-story building. Read Courier News Classified Ads. DREIFUS WATCH REPAIR Special of the Week! i-Yoor Watch CLEANED & TIMED Electronically! A Reg. $6.50 .Value DREIFUS Ilriiit'us W. Wear Diamonds '16 WEST MAIi\ ST BUSINESS For BLYTHEVILLE Sponsored By LINDGREN SPEEDWRITING BUSINESS COLLEGE OF MEMPHIS (Affiliated with 400 Schools S'iUiomvirtc.) Offering For Adults in Blytheville MODERN INTENSIVE BUSINESS COURSES 1. General Business 2. Secretarial Training 3. 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