The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 13, 1954
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PAGE TWO BtYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKtER WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1954 Key Campaign Trends Power Issue Tops Oregon Race EDITOR'S NOTE — This Is another of several storlrs by rovinjr Associated 1'rrss report- en analyzing the campalsn in hey states. pcnl will tell Hie difference ™ elec- i tion for the staic-'s st-nior senator. j Democratic spokesmen acknow- j ledge Eisenhower is held in general esteem but contend there I* a frniiiiR of letdown aKimisl the administration iiseir IVrllor N e u b e r g e r, 41. a nationally By MORRIE LANDSnERG PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Kilowatts are charging up hot Oregon race for Hie Sen- j ship nnd' management at ate between Guy Cordon, the. facilities. He pictm rs the Republican incumbent, a n d Richard L. Ncubcrger, a New | known writer and a statti senator ^ ' since 1948, advocates public owner- power Deal Democrat trying to swing a Republican slate. The "power isMie" nas been a prominent one right from Ihe start, but other factors also figure in the campaign. Republicans are seeking to put the Eisenhower administration anC the President's personal popularity on the line. Vice President Richard M. Nixon has denounced Neuberger as a left-wing Democrat. Sen. Wayne Morse (Ind-Orc). who bolted the OOP and is backing the Democratic ticket, has said Cordon is an isolationist and reactionary. Cordon supporters profess to be confident the help-Eisenhower ap- old Cordon as "the senator of the giveaway." Cordon, he siiys. ha.s "betrnyed" Oregon on power mat- Terrorist Plot- Uncovered At Havana, Cuba HAVANA, Cuba m— Police Chief Rafjvel Snlas Cnnizares said today his agents discovered a secret explosive factory in Havana's Chinatown. He charged it was sot up ns part of a terrorist plot to disrupt Cuba's Nov. I presidential elections. Salas reported more than 100 suspects have been arrested in connection with the alleged plot. Although none was identified, Hie police chief said all nre members of the National Revolutionary Movement <MNR). Salas said police agents uncovered the factory last nipbt. finding documents relating to the alleged plot and unspecified quantities of dynamite and other explosives. Salas accused MNR chief Rafael Garcia Bavcenas, a University of Havana professor, of heading the plot. He snid Garcia 'eft Cuba two days ago for Miami, Fla. ters. . Cordon denies lie or the administration is giving anything nway. He says he upholds the .system of private enterprise, tis against "su- Gl Marriages In Trieste Are Booming TRIESTE >/l'i — There navo bee innny marriages In the nine year GIs have been stationed in thl city of good looking girls. But th nuptial rate has really boomc since the announcement that Allie troops are leaving Trieste and Itit ians ure Inking over. Some of the GIs will send fo their girls later, but 11 is muc simpler to mnrvy them now take them out. Brides can accom jinny their husbands ns mill tar dependents. Lt. Col. Williiim D. Kirkpatrlc of Knnis, Tex,, chief chaplain U. S. Army forces in Trieste, ha M3 marriage applications pending Lutherans End Meet TORONTO M—The United Lutheran Convention went into its finnl session today after approving a record-breaking new budget find ti closer-knit governing structure for their church. The changes In the church government, bringing its scon's of agencies under cent nil control, were seen as setting a far-reachinp /new pattern in the running of the 1 2,150,000-mrmber church. M/IPIN-10RMS (Yog tniy tan lh«m ytd ml know it) FidtrctitiR. iiop<c-[ilek(njr nnd n tor- rm>rilfri£ rt-rlnl Itch nr« often tcll- Uil.- (ii«tm nl J'in-Wf>rrnji...iiely [larnnilcN llmt nietlicnl r*\trrtfi ««y infcnl (HiA nut of oivrj/ thtrr. IJIT- muy l)i; vlctlmn nnd nut know It. To f fl rid of rin-Wormi. thr» c pr»U inunt nut only VIP killed, 1ml kllk-d In thu \niK? Intestine where they Hvt- und multiply. Tlini'n cx- nctly whnt Jn/n«'Hl l -W tnl.lnUi (Jo .,. nnil here's hfiw tlu-y do It: f'ir.if-n nclcnlinc rontinc mr- rli-H I lie Ut.loU Into (lit! bow.-In bo- forc tKcj' dliiiinlve. Then- J«rno'« (tn.'iUcnl KOCH rfttlit (n <#nrk~kilt* I'io-Wormn tjukkly nnd mnlly. Don't Uku rhincrfl with thl« dnnnnrotis. lilnhly cnnLncioiis rnti- tlltion. At tho llmt nlk'n of Pln- Wfirma. n*k your druirelst for ficiiuitic Jflj-itc'n l'-W Vrrtitiniitn . .. tin; ninnll. rn»y-to-tnkp Ijthlcln pt-r- fvctcil by fnnuiim Dr. I). Jnync A Sun, npcrlflliitl.i In worm rcmctllw fornvcr lOUyvti HUNDREDS OF COLOR-CONSCIOUS HOMEMAKERS NOW HAVE BRIGGS PLUMBING FIXTURES IN COLOR .. Make the moM nf tins modern mapii'! Give y<mr home the jnc-oinparaMc touch that only color offers. Once a costly luxury. Ilripiii brings you "lorious jmsIrl mm-fatiiiij/ Itallimoin fixtures , . . slrfk and hamlsfirm- in their pr.irrful m«nlern styling ... at prices you'll find most reasonable. Brings Beautywarc is such a joy to Ihe ivitli—s,<i Itrillianlly dpsipnet}, sti sKundly con^lnu'ird. «iv lasiiiiph 1 ln;au* tiful. A ddigliiftil luxury . , . yes—and such a ihrifiy (,uc[ ASK US FOR PRICES INCLUDING INSTALLATION BERRY ALLEN Plumbing & Heating Co. 319 S. Second St. Phone 2-2204 pcrstale paternalism.!' Defending his support of government partnership with private concerns to turn out more kilowatts, he said: "I favor any .round proposition which will increase power for the Pacific Northwest and do it rapidly." Cordon, appointed to the Senate in 1044 and elected in 1948, .sometimes differs with the administration, although he sny.s "I'm JOO per ct-nl lor Elsenhower." The President ha.s .spoken up for Cordon, and DouglnR McKay, a popular Oregon Kovcrnor before ho became secretary rjf the interior, returned to campaign for Cordon when it looked as though he needed help . As for himself, Cordon seeks reelection on his 10-year record without special emphasis on Eisenhower's call lor a Republican Congress. Vigorous Driven Democrats are staying a vigorous drive In two congressional districts, Republicans say they are hopeful, however, of retaining party members In all four spats and electing McKay's tjubernator- inl successor, Paul Patterson, to his own four-year term. Jo-sciph K. Carson Jr., n former mayor of Portland, is the Democratic candidate for governor. Democrats 1m ve m adc some Ruins In registration and aroused dormant party organizations in a numher of counties. Republicans continue to hold a lend, however, in registrations. Neubergcr'r main strength centers In barely democratic Multo- nomah County (Portland), which Juts nearly one fourth of the stale's population of over M-j million. Monroe Swcetland, Democratic national coinniittecmrto, said that "as of now, Dick Neuberger is elected," but sicknowledged that the dutloofc might change. He said he bases his optimism on Neuberger'.s more intensive campaigning, a .spurt of unemployment in Oregon and a "climate of . reaction" against the administration. Some GOP leaders keep their fl.-Ker.s crossed when they tell you Cordon will win, but Ed Boehnke of Eugene, Republican state chairman, says he is "very confident." Usually the person who has to atch his waistline has it right out G where h<*'. Memphis was the guest Sunday ol Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Brown of Joiner. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Heard of St. Louis are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Townsend. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Day are home again after being away working in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schuchart and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Kimball Streetcr and children of Morehouse, Mo., were the week end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Streeter. Standard Oil Company has opened a new service station in I Joiner, operated by Raleigh Deal- ; on and managed by Harold Kelly, i The American Legion Hut is be- ". ing painted and readied for use In; the near future. • The young people's group of the ; Methodist Church in Joiner held, Its (irst meeting since spring on Thursday night of last week. Mrs. Walter Glover has been a patient in a Memphis hospital again. She underwent surgery recently. Newt Lee is also a patient in a Memphis hospital. Mrs. Ellie Hughen is a patient In Oscewla Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Ed Crutcher of French- man'a Biyou hai been vliltlnf h«r sister in Little Roclc who It ill. Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Anderson spent a few days recently with their daughter, Cathrme, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Joiner Parent-Teacher Association will be host to the Mississippi County Council of Paren. Teacher Associations, which will meet at the Joiner Methodist Church on Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with Mrs. Harper Dates, president, in charge. The theme of the meeting will be "Speaking Up For P.T.A." Principal speaker will be Miss S. Dakota Prison Back to Normal SIOUX FALLS, 8. D. 1* - Their 23-hour riot ended, inmates of the South Dakota State Penitentiary were back to their normal quiet behavior today. The revolt stopped late yesterday, only 25 minutes after the nearly 300 milling rlotera In a Winnie Virgil Turner of Blythe- vllle. LADIES FREE Wednesday Night At The STOP SIMPLE DIARRHEA Git fail, Soothing Relief with PIRCY MEDICINE SKATING RINK Women's Exhibit Building Fairgrounds large cell block were ordered to release the guardi they held u hostages or else "face the consequences. " The ultimatum by Qov. Sigurd Anderson »nd Warden O. Norton Jameson came as some 200 armed National Guardsmen, sheriff's deputies and other officers stood outside the block. Wells And Pumps For Farm Crop Irrigation Equipped to drill my Size Well "You can't irrigate without water." ARKANSAS WELL COMPANY PO-3-4111 111 t. 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