The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1955 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 198J The Name Is Mr Eisenhower And: The Address Is Gettysburg By DOL'GL AS LARSE.V NKA Staff Correspondent GETTYSBURG, Pa. — (NEA) — They're preparing for history to strike here again. This time it takes the form of moving the functions of the White House to Ike's 496-acre farm on the edge of town when the President is well enough to make the trip some time in November. _ History struck here first when the Union and the Confederacy clashed in the bloody Civil \\-ar battle of Gettysburg. But as of now, Gettysburg citizenry is inclined to rate Ike's expected arrival ahead of the neatly stacked cannon balls, rusty field pieces and stone monuments which line the highway into town. During the remainder of Ike 'a term much of the work of the White House will be done in Gettysburg. Preparations now under way make that certain. Unsettled details include the exact date of Ike's arrival and how long it wil,l be before he can begin using the White House in Washington as a part-time office. There is also the chance that doctors will want him to go some place where he can get more sunshine for a few weeks this winter. Gettysburg can be raw in the winter. However, he will be coming here soon, bringing ihe bulk of the work of the White House with him. .Two telephone cables, each witn 26 lines, have already been strung into Ike's residence from near-by Hanover, Pa. That is the main toll and exchange point for the independent United Telephone Co. of Psnn- sylvania which serves the area. I This work was done i cooperation with the Army Signal Corps, j The United switchboard in Gettys- j burg will be handling some of the! White House calls. Some will come j through Hanover. The cables also; include private lines connecting; Ike's residence directly with Wash- j ington. There will have to be some j kind of small switchboard on the I farm itself, j This new communications line will be adaptable to any telecasting of presidential messages or speech- i es which Ike might make direct: from his residence. j This year Ike bought a 21-acre | section of land which borders both ! his property and the official nation-,; al battlefield preserve. Workmen FARM HOUSE THAT WILL become White House is Inspected by the president (center, in are busily putting up a fence around this new section to aid the. securit efforts of the Secret Service. On the national park land, a few hundred feet from the entrance to the farm, workers are now installing a large parking lot. They have orders to finish it before Ike's arrival. Arrangements are being made to install a press room in a hall downtown which adjoins the local movie theater. Western Union is putting in eight extra channels to handle the news copy which will be flowing out of here. Living quarters for the White House staff and reporters who will be here are not considered a prob- I em. lem. Henry Scharf, manager of. the J Gettysburg Hotel, says. "We've | been handling 700,000 visitors a | year here who come to see the battlefield, and we have plenty of facilities for taking care of anyone 'n connection wiih White House business." dark suit) along with builders and a friend during: inspection visit to Gettysburg last spring. and out of the farm during the past several weeks, but there have been no reports of what is going on inside the locked gates. It's doubtful if Ike will do any flying between Gettysburg and Washington very soon after he is well enough to make the trip. The auto ride is less than two hours. But Al Sirohmeier, manager of the local airport, is prepared to get plenty of official visitors flying into his 2,200- foot grass strip. A twin engine C-47 is about the largest plane that can land on the field. Ike's small twin-engine plane will be used to move some visitors in and out. Far and away the Gettysburg resident most enthusiastic about Ike's ENTRANCE TO GETTYSBURG WHITE HOUSE Is simple, nnmarked fate where Pennsylvania State Police trooper stands guard. Central Airlines Due Permanent Certification, CAA Board Rules WASHINGTON Cfc— A Civil Aeronautics Boa.'d examiner held yesterday that Central Airlines Inc. .should be granted permanent certification to serve 20 cities now on Us routes and a three-year permit to serve eight more. Examiner William Madden made his tentative findings orally at the end of a hearing which lasted less than 10 minutes an at which no protest was made to the proposals. Congress last session passed leg- arrival is Mrs. Ruth Swope. She runs a hot dog and souvenir stand a few hundred feet from the entrance to the farm and reports: "I don't think this thing is going to hurt business one bit." IsltUiun requiring the CAB to make ; permanent the terminal points and j at least 50 per cent of the interme-! diate points of any temporarily corn tied local service air line. which "lied for permanent c'ertifi- j cation under the law, ; CAB counsel recommended an adjustment in Central's proposed; certificate to conform with a re- j cent CAB order permitting Central I to serv- 1 Sherman-Donnison on ses- i mem 2 of its route as well as on segment 3. Madden ruled the ad- j justment should be made. j Central operates, in Texas, Ok!a-1 homa, Arkansas, Kansas and Mis-] souri. These cities were recom- j mended for permanent certifica- Campaign Handicap SCHENBCTADY, N.Y. idV-Ken- ueih S. Sheldon, a Republican candidate for city council, winds up his cnmpaigninft under a serious luindinip. He fell while liiininum .storm windows and sprained his right—or handshaking—wrist. tion: Amuriilo, Borger. Enid. Ponca City. Bartlesville, Tulsa. Muskogee, Dallas. Kansas City. Joplin. Fort Worth, Wichita, Oklahoma City. Uuvton-Ft. Sill. Duncan. Fnyeite- ville and Hot Springs, Fort Smith] and Little Rock. - | These were recommended for three-year certification: Woodward, McAlester. Sherman- Denison, Ada, Ardmore. SUllwater and Paris, Tex. Henley Thinks Ike Will Run LITTLE ROCK U — Bwi C. Hen- Icy of Harrison, chairman of th« Arkansas State Republican Com- miitoc, sniil Tuesday nlRht he believes I'lvsuii-ni Eisenhower will seek re-election. lie was answering a question put to him when he appeared as speaker at a Mieetins of the Greater Little Rock Women's Republican Club. Henley announced laht Winthrop Rockefeller will be chairman and muster of ceremonies for a "salute to Eisenhower" dinner at Little Rock Jan. 20. Keep meringue pie from breaking by .slicing it with a knife dipped in cold water. 3 WINNERS! Mr. Jess Homer, Mr. Joe Warren ana the New 1956 OLDSMOBILE Super "SS" Holiday four door sedan. Mr. Homer and Mr. Warren have just w.in an all expense paid vacation at fabulous Boca Raton resort, Florida, December 11 to 14th.. The trip was awarded as a bonus for setting sales records in this area. The third man is the picture is Mr. Fred Stead, Oldsmobile District Manager for the Memphis Zone Mr. Horner has stated that he is doubly proud of this achievement since it marks the second year in succession the Horner-Wilson Motors has won 1st place over all other Oldsmobile dealers in the Memphis zone. Adv. T THE TAKE A CLOSER LOOK PPONENTS OF FLUORIDATION Dr. Leo Spira Also opposes cooking In aluminum vessels Dr. Charles Betts Noted for his opposition to Vaccination, Pasteurization and Aluminum Cookware Lodi Anti-Fluoridation Co A company whose only business is selling propaganda against Fluoridation E. H. Bronner An escapee from the Illinois State Mental Hospital Dr. Droyal Lee Also opposes Pasteurization and Aluminum Cookware Prevention Magazine Written by a manufacturer of fuse plugs whose sole medical background is the reading of medical journals Citizens Medical Reference Bureau A company whose only funds come from sale of pamphlets. Two booklets published in the late twenties opposing Vaccination carry about the same arguments as are now being used against Fluoridation. You, the Citizens of Blytheville, are being bombarded by literature which has also been used in every fight against fluoridation in Arkansas. These are the same people who have actively fought SMALLPOX VACCINATION MILK PASTEURIZATION VIVISECTION WATER CHLORINATION COOKING IN ALUMINUM PANS AND DIAL TELEPHONES IN FACT, ANY COMMUNITY PROGRESS! In the recent contest for fluoridation in Springdale and Fayetteville, Arkan- ,ai, trie HEALTH FREEDOM LEAGUE of ARKANSAS (headquarters in Fort Smith) not only supplied the same material you have received here, but also the BULK OF THE MONEY spent on th« campaign. Arc you going to let this Health Freedom League with its poison pens talk Blythevill* out of better dental health? Listen instead to your own doctors and dentists. Tune in KLCN this week end for talks by Dr. W. T. Rainwater, Dr. Wayne Workman, Dr. Orlie Parker, Dr. Charles Craig and Dr. George Vernon. Let them give you the true story! ! COMMUNITY COUNCIL EOB FLUORIDATION

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