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(TEDNBSDAY, NOVEMBER 9,1958 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Democrats Gain Some Ground In Off-Year Voting Chandler Returned To Governor's Chair In Kentucky Race (Continued from Page 1) sonal endorsement of President Eisenhower. Ohio voters dealt the CIO a setback; in ils drive to win approval of a supplemental layoff pay plan and increased state jobless benefits. The CIO conceded defeat after the twin proposal, trailing from the beginning, • had .fallen more than 240,000 votes behind. Democrats scored their most sur prising triumphs in normally Republican Indiana. Incumbent Republicans were topped in Indianapolis and South Bend. Muncie, Evansville. Michigan City, Marion, New Castle and Bloomington, among others. Over all. the Democrats reversed the lineup of Indiana mayors — from 70 Republican and 32 Democratic before the election to| 72 Democratic and 30 Republican. Gains In 4\ew York In New York, the Democrats racked up a net gain of two mayoralties. They wrested Control in Troy and Schenectady and six other smaller cities. The Republicans, in turn, defeated Democratic mayors in five cities. A Democrat also went down before an independent. In neighboring Connecticut, Democrats uprooted an eight-year-old republican regime in Waterbury. They also elected a mayor in Norwalk, turning out an independent. Bridgeport voters reelected Jasper McLevy, a 77-year-old Socialist, to his 12th straight term as mayor. Democratic leaders in New York and Connecticut hailed their city hall gains as indicating a "trend" pointing toward victory in the state and national elections • "Xt year. In Arkansas. Democrat Woodrow Wilson Mann, a 40 year-old insurance man new to pol 1 'cs. whipped Republican Mayor Pratt C. Remmel of Little Rock. Rm- mel was seeking his third term. In Massachusetts, Democrat C. Gerald Lucey was trying for his third term as mayor of the shoe city ot Brockton, but he lost to Hjalmar R. Peterson, a Republican former city councilman. In New Jersey, Republicans lost three Senate seats to the Democrats but held control of the State Legislature. At Patersol.. Edward J. O'Byrne returned the city to r riocratic control, downing les ter F. Titus, the Republican incumbent. Things went as expected in Virginia, a normally Democratic state. The Democrats remained firmly in the driver's seat in the General Assenil ly, but they were unable to overcome State Sen. Ted Dalton, the OOP's most -insistent vote getter and a gubernatorial threat to the Democrats in 1957. In Mississippi. Atty. Gen. J. P. Coleman, a Democrat; was elected governor. He had no Republican opposition. Dingell Wins In Detroit, 29-year-old John D. Dlngell outraced 11 other candidates to win the Democratic nomination for representative from Michigan's 15th Congrssional District. The seat was held 22 years by his father, who did last Sep- tmber. Dingell will face Thomas E. Brennan. a 26-year-old attorney, who won the Republican nomination in yesterday's ' special primary. In many places, the mayoralty battles were fought on a non-artisan basis. Boston voters gave John B. Hynes a third term as mayor after a campaign in which he claimed credit for "restoring the dignity and prestige" of the Hub City. Hynes defeated John E. Powers, Democratic leader in the Massachusetts Senate. Hynes, too, is a Democrat. In San Francisco, the mayor's seat was won by George Christopher, president of the elf's board of supervisors. He trounced George Reilly. a member of the California Board of Equalization. In Salt Lake City Earl J. Glade, mayor of Utah's biggest city the past 12 years, lost to County Commissioner Adiel P Stewart. Glnde is a Democrat and Stewart a Republican, but the race was nonpartisan. Commodity And Stock Markets- Hew York Cotton Dec Mar ' May July quotations) 33G3 3367 3362 3272 3295 3271 . 3149 3184 3149 2953 2979 2953 3367 328-1 New Orleans Cotton Dec ........ 3359 Mar ........ 3277 May . .. 3145 July ........ 2956 3373 3295 3180 2980 3359 3373 3277 3145 3285 3177 Chicago Wheat Dec .... 203% 204 May .... 20114 202'/ 2 2956 2974 203% 202 : 'i Chicago Corn 127% 128 13514 135'i Dec . May 127"., 134T4 Chicago Soybeans Nov .. . 232 IM 233''- 232 'i Jan .... 235% 237l/ 4 235?i Mar .... 239 240"., 239 July .... 237!i 238i2 23714 121 '/ 4 135 233 Vi 236^ 240 238 New York Stocks A T and T ................ 180 1-2 Amer Tobacco ........... 77 1-2 Anaconda Topper ......... 68 7-8 Beth Sieel ................. 151 1-2 Chrysler ................. 93 1-8 Coca-Cola ................ 129 ien Electric .............. 48 7-8 en Motors ............. 47 5-8 Montgomery Ward ........ 97 3-4 N Y Central .............. 44 1-8 Int Harvester ............. 36 3-8 Republic Steel ............ 49 1-2 Radio .................... « 1-2 Socony Vacuum ........... 57 3-4 Studebaker ............ 107-8 Standard of N J .......... 1467-8 Texas Corp ............... H2 Sears .................... 109 w U S Steel ................. 55 5-8 Hula Helps HONOLULU I/Pi—About the hula —Dr. J. Vernon Luck. Los Angeles. and Dr. A. B. Sirbu, San Francisco, told the western Orthopedic Assn., convention yesterday the dance is -a universal" iherapy for aches, especially back aches." L. P. Mitchell, Steele Farmer, Dies Suddenly STEELE— Lawrence P. Mitchell, well known Land owner of Steele died last night at his home here. Death was due to a heart attack. He was 59. . Mr. Mitchell came to Pemiscot Count}' in 1932 from Randolph, Miss He owned considerable acreage west of Steele near the Pcmiscot-Dunk- lin County line. He had been in poor health for about a year. He is survived by his wife ,the former Miss AmmadeU Turner; one brother, John Mitchell, of Bragg City, and five sisters, Mrs. J. J. Stewart, Mrs. George Poland. Mrs. D. D. Dickey of Tchula. Miss., Mrs. D. L. Henry of Randolph and Mrs. Allen Henry of pontotoc, Miss. Mrs. Mitchell was a member of Steele Baptist Church and a 32nd degree Mason. Services will be conducted Thursday in Steele Baptist Church at 3 p.m. by the Rev. Howard Hamrick, assisted by te Rev. W. H. Cook of Blytheville. • Burial will be in Mt. Zion Cemetery with German Funeral Home in charge. T. A. Vaughn Services Held HAYTI—Services for Trentis Arthur Vaughn, 40. of Hayti, were conducted at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon .at the Methodist Church in Matthews, Mo. The Rev. J. B. White of Hayti officiated and burial was in Matthews cemetery. German Funeral Home of Hayti was in charge. Mr. Vaughn died at his home here Sunday morning. He had been in ill health for te past several months. Mr. Vaughn was born June 20. 1915. at Matthews. He was of Pentecostal faith. He moved to Hayti at an early age and had lived here most of his lifetime. Survivors include son, T. D. Vaughn of Independence; a brother. Cletus Vaughn of Detroit, and a grandmother, Mrs. Betty Vaughn 1 of Hayti. 24th Pemiscot Traffic Death Total Now Twice That of Last Y«ar HAYTI — Leonard Ray Holt, 24, larm laborer o! near Hayti, was killed in an automobile accident yesterday on Route P, Just outside Hayti's city limits near Northslde Park. The fatality was Pemiscot County's 24th since Jan. 1 — twice the one dozen killed on Pemiscot highways during last year's 12-month period. Holt drove his car around a curve at more than 60 miles per hour and plowed into the side of a two-ton farm truck, loaded with cotton, according to Missouri Highway Patrol troopers. Holt received head injuries and was pronounced dead at the County Memorial Hospital here. The truck was driven by Hershel Grissom, 24, of near Haytl. MID-EAST C'ville Council Ponders Buying Truck CABDTHBRSVILLE — City Council discussed dismissing Caruthers- vtlle's city attorney and buying a fire truck at this week's regular monthly meeting. A motion was unanimously passed to have a hearing next month on whether E. H. (Buddy) Gowan. the city's prosecuting attorney, should be relieved of his duties as he has been absent from the city. .. Oowan's term will expire next year. For the past six months, he has been In St. Louis and his monthly check of $50 has been mailed to him regularly. John Fowlkes, Carthersville lawyer, has been acting as attorney in Gowan's absence. Representatives of three companies came to the Council meeting with sealed bids for a fire truck. How- ever. Council did not open the bids but decided to wait until after the first of the year to think about buying a truck. Mayor Dyer Byrd said he expected the city to have more money then as taxes should be paid by that time. Company representatives here, who told about the types of fire trucks their concern make, were Lester Brenner, Memphis, Pirsch and Sons: L. M. Shockley, Spring, Mo American LaFrance Corp., and Leo Ellebracht, St. Louis, Seagrave Apparatus. A 30-caliber bullet will puncture a three-eighth-inch steel plate, but a square of I'i-inch multiple bullet-resisting glass will stop the same missile. OF , &•-",, ,50 SWEET and tender to the taste... .SO EASY : on your -. food budget! This wonderful pearly Country Gentleman white swee corn has a special sweetness and flavor possessed only by corn grown in a small section of central Illinois. You can serve it so many ways and all of them delicious. Serve it hot as it comes from the can— or, as fritters—chowder—baked—in a pudding. Get several cans today. Costs only a few cents a serving. - Dmnr nc li iiumc rRlDt OF iLilNlJIa ... win a new Dodge every year for the res/ of my life ? Enter Now At Your DODGE DEALERS (Continued from Page 1) BIG FOUR (Continued from Page 1) struck hard by the implication that Russia does not Intend to yield a position o? power In Germany or anywhere else. Molotov denounced the German unification plans of the West as being designed to accomplish the "remilitarization not only of Western Germany but also of Eastern Germany, and at the same time to draw not only Western Europe but also the whole of Germany into the North Atlantic bloc directed against the Soviet Union, and not only the Soviet Union." He said the proposal for free elections ignored the fact that two Gennanys now exist which are suspicious of each other, Equal Voice He said U., only way to bring these two Germanys together was to create a council from their two legislatures to work out the problem themselves. This would give East Germany with 18 million people an -qual voice with the Child Amazingly Escapes Injury in Accident West German Republic of up 50 million. Monday and the other party in volved in the incident didn't know anything about it at the time. Neeta Beth Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hall of 513 North Division Street, was struck by the wheels of a trailer at the intersection of Holly and Division. A five-year-old Blytheville girl She received contusions and was injured. In a freak accident bruises on the body but was re' ported to be in good condition. Neeta Beth told investigating officer Willie Hopper she was running after the "blue truck with a long pole behind it" when she was shruck. She was taken to Walls Hospital where officials said markings indicated wheels had passed over her chest. Further investigation by Hopper led to identification of the vehicle in the accident. Hopper said two trucks pulling house moving trailers, owned by Homer Nunally and driven by Negro brothers, Hudson and Mike Bohanon, passed the scene of the accident at the time and apparently it was the trailer on the second truck which struck the girl. ' Mike Bohanon was driving the AP&L Seeks New Rate Increase LITTLE ROCK W>)—The Arkansas Power & Light Co. today asked the Arkansas public Service Commission for a new rate increase totaling one million dollars a year. An application for a $3,000,OCO a year rate increase now is pending before the Arkansas Supreme Court. AP&L President R. E. Ritchie said the two applications were entirely separate. He said the company needed both proposed increases. Ritchie told newsmen that increased costs of operation forced the company to propose the new increase. second vehicle. The Negroes told Hopper they saw Neeta Beth and other children playing In » dlteh near the intersection and shouted to them to stay away from the trucks. They said they didn't know sh« had been hit and continued liter turning the corner. Relieve Suffering Fast-Effectively If Germany is ever unified, he added, it must be a "peaceful , democratic state"—terms wll es- matic battle between Russia and ] tablishet j ln t he Soviet vocabulary the West came shortly after re-j for des .,.| bing Communist coun- newed gunfire crackled on tense i ,,,„ Egyptian-Israeli border. The two sides gave different versions of the clash. Crossed Border An Egyptian spokesnipn said Israeli troops, led by four armored cars, crossed Egypt's frontier at the southern tip of the Negev Desert border and were driven back by Egyptian national guard and frontier corps forces. Casualties were listed as four Israelis killed and eight wounded. One Egyptian was reported wounded. In Jerusalem, an Israeli military spokesman claimed the Egyptians had crossed Israel's border near Eilat and opened fire from ambush but were driven back after 45 minutes. Casualties were not listed by Israel. Israel agreed last night to support the U. N. proposals for reducing tensions along the border provided they uphold Israel's rights and position in the El Auja Nizana demilitarized zone. The bloodiest Arab-Jewish strife since the 1948 Palestine, War broke out in the zone \last Wednesday night and Thursday. U. N. Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold has made a direct appeal to both Egypt and Israel or maintaining peace in the zone. Egypt and Syria yesterday completed formal ratification of a mutual defense pact. Nasser commented that the pact "marks the beginning: of the work which will lead the Arabs to victory over Zionism and foreign influence." He said creation of the East German Republic was a "turning point" in the history of Germany and Europe, and there "can be no , consent to taking back from the working masses of the German democratic republic the plants and factories, land and natural resources" which have been socialized. Th hardly MOX THEATRE On W. Main St. In Blytheville Phone 3-4621 Weekdays Show Starts 7:00 p.m. — Sat. & Sun. 1:00 p.m The Finest in Cinemascope Presented in High-Fidelity Optical Sound! LAST TIMES TONIGHT 3 Walt Disney Features! 'living Desert" "Ben and Me" tif • 11 Siam THURSDAY & FRIDAY Double Feature "New York Confidential" With Broderick Crawford — AND — "The Shanghai Story" With Edmund O'Brien ALSO CARTOON Westrn foreign ministers had time to collect their disturbed th. ghts after the Molotov blast before they were called to meet him at the dinner table. This affair rroved to be the chilliest social function of the conference. The talk around the table, it was reported, was "not very fruitful." Reactor for Korea SEOUL W.i have . first South Korea will atomic energy research institute with an atomic re- ictor within this year, a Ministry of Education official sad. Too Much Fun Last Night? (Gassy Heartburn Today?) that's the time for TUMS! Lots of us may "let ourselves go" at times. We eat too much, drink and smoke too much—then suffer the gassy consequences. But Turns bring relief from acid indigestion in record time. Can't cause acid rebound. No mixing, no waiting— take Turns anywhere. G« a roll today! Going Out of Business AUCTION Groceries Clothing Staple Items Canned Goods Condinments Specialty Items Overcoats Men's Suits Dresses Jackets EVERYTHING MUST GO! FRIDAY NIGHT 6:00 P.M. O Dell Campbell (Old Location of Gent Green's Store) Huffman, Arkansas Folger's is the one coffee specially made to give you MORE FLAVOR PER CUP Folger's starts with more than good coffee. They choose only Mountain-Grown coffees, coffees that nature makes richer, heartier, more flavorful. They blend and prepare them with a unique century-old Folger "touch." And they blend to a flavor, not to a formula. That's why Folger's gives you a richer more vigorous flavor, a distinctive, uniform flavor that coffee experts say has never been equalled. Have you tried Mountain-Grown Folger's lately? SO MUCH RICHtR IN FLAVOR YOU ABB URGED TO USt ',4 I^SS TKAN WITH LESSER fLAVORED BRANDS ... fTS MOUNTAIN 6ACWA/ AT YOUR CROCIR'S IN 1 AND 2'POUNO CANS-REGULAR, DRIP AND FINE OftlNH

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