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PAGE BIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1955 Arkonsons In Woshington Che fry Still Undecided About Political Future By GORDON BROWS' WASHINGTON (AP) — Former Gov. Francis Cherry of Arkansas, now busy picking up the details of his new job as a member of the Subversive Activities Control Board, is mum ° n ^Thfrfhafbeefsome"peculation that Cherry might want a re-run ofthe 1954 governorship primary in which he was defeated in his bid for a second term by Gov. Orval raubus. On this point. Cherry said merae- ty that be has reached no deci-' He explained that he has been W busy learning about his new work that he's had little time to think about Arkansas politics. "I've been reading a lot of back records and decisions." he said, "trying to learn all about my job. The Board's work is complicated and tedious. It has hearings to determine whether various organizations may be subersive. These run for months. One is now about to start which may run for more than a year—after many preliminary motions and maneuvers are out of the way. The Board has to decide all these preliminary matters much the same as » court must dispose of preliminary motions before a trial begins. For what it is worth in any speculation, however, Cherry was appointed to the Board for a 5-year term, subject to confirmation by the Senate next year. Also, he has acquired a home here, has moved his family from Jonesboro, and his children have entered school here. Ahead of 1951 Arkansas is one of 16 states where the cash income of farmers up to Sept. 1 of this year is ahead nounced this week he is purchasing three Montgomery county, Md.,j newspapers. Montgomery county adjoins the District of Columbia. | The papers are the Maryland Press, in Silver Springs, the Record in Bethesda, and the Times, in Rockville. All are weekly papers. Steelman purchased the papers from the estate of H. Lafay Corwin. who died last July 27. The purchase price was not disclosed. of the total for months of 1954. the first eight A recent report by the Agriculture Department shows that for the first eight months of this year Arkansas farmers took in $218,539,000 through sales of crops and livestock, compared with $208,033,000 a year previous. Most of this increase A former president of the Ar kansas State Society in Washinsi- ton. Sleelmar lias served as an industrial consultant here since leaving the White House after the Republic!- is took over the administration. He has a home ::i Chevy Chase. Md.. which is in Montgomery eouniy. Steelman said he plans to maintain a nonpartisan political policy for the newspapers but has some "definite ideas" about the country Protestant Group Suggests Plan In Dealing with Religion in Schools BLUSHING SALLY- Hollywood's little Miss Censored, S:i!!y Forrest, is blushing at what censorship .did to the movie version nl "Seven Yenr Itch." Sully, wiso starred in the Marilyn Monroe role on Brnamvay, says the movie is more censorable than the play. Democrats Return Chandler To Kentucky Governorship I Woman Seeks By MALCOLM PATTERSON LOUISVILLE, Ky. UPl — A. B. "Happy" Chandler, who quit politics 10 years ago to become U.S. baseball commissioner, has regained Kentucky's political throne. Kentucky Democrats yesterday elected him to another four-year term as governor by landslide proportions. Headquarters of the 57-year-old Chandler, who served as governor in 1935-39 and later as U.S. Senator, predicted his plurality would reach 150;000 votes. While his supporters sang 'Happy Days are Here Again," Chandler prepared triumphantly to take office Dec. 13, succeeding Democratic Gov. Lawrence W. Wetherby, who could not succeed himself. Climaxed Comeback Chandler's smashing victory over t Edwin R. Denney, the Republican must, ui w»o u^Kiavi. is ac- candidate, climaxed a political corne- counted for by higher receipts bock which he started in 1951 after from sales of livestock—$126,417.- losing his $65.000 a year Job as high -" " '"" commissioner of professional baseball. „„— „ Returns from 2,336 of Kentucky's $82,122,000 up to Sept. 1 against 4,032 precincts gave: 000 the first eight months of 1955 against $116,037,000 for 1953. Cro sales brought Arkansas farme ,, . ?91,9S6,000 a year previous. However, the Arkansas pictur since the bulk of cash income fo farmers of the state comes In dur- district Attorney by President Eisen- ing the last four months of the hower's appointment. year, chiefly from sale of cotton Last year, for instance, the year's total cash income was $559, years total casn income was *oo»,- J-ne cume i^cmucid". amtc nmtu, 452,000. of which only $208.033,000 covering eight other top offices, was had been rceived up to Sept. 1. —•—•< -' «i-t™-.. • "* >*• n»-™- Now A Publisher A former Arkansas, Dr. John R Steelman. has gone into the newspaper publishing field in the Washington area. Steelman, who was an assistant to former President Truman, an- He Can Really Polish Windows CHEYENNE, Wyo. Ul — Levoy Henderson, a new janitor at trie Wyoming statehouse, can really polish windows. A short time after cleaning one of the capitol building windows, Henderson noted some boys ninnrag through the yard. He stuck his heart out to yell at them — forgetting the window was still shut. He was cut around the forehead; but not seriously. Masonry Chunks Wreck Shop LOUISVILLE, Ky. l# — Two 30; pound chunks of masonry fell six stories yesterday and crashed through the roof of an apparel shop. No one was in the section of the store where the chunks landed. A gas heater and some dresses were damaged. Henry Hornung, whose firm is wrecking the old, Strand Theatre. said the cement and cinder blocks ;ot away from us." Former State Dental Head Dies MEMPHIS !/P) — A retired dentist who served several terms as pres dent of the Arkansas Dental Association died at a hospital here yesterday. He was .Dr. Everett A. Payne. 72, formerly of Pine Bluff. Dr. Payne practiced in Pine Bluff for years. He came here after his retirement a few months ago to live with a son E. A. Payne Jr. W A R \ I V G ORDER IS' THE CIIANCEKY COURT, CIIKKASAWBA OrSTRlCT, MISSISSIPPI COUN'TY, ARKAN'S.AS Rebecca Jane Spencer, Pltf. vs. No. 13,157 Allen Carl Spencer, Dft. The defendant, Allen Car! Spencer, i.s hereby warned to appear within thirty clay?, in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint, of the plaintiff, Rebecca Jane Spencer. Dated this 8th day of November 1955. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C Bill Stein.siek, Atty. 11/9-16-23-30 RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WOHK GUARANTEED GROVER'S RADIATOR WORKS 5M Cl. Uk« Art. Ph. 3-*Ml venes in January. Only Georgia Concrete Blocks COVING TON*. Ky. '.•?.'—Mrs. Kate ' Dishon SciiuUz sued for divorce Also virtually certain of approval J en ^f r ^^,,^ d h)arts ^ d custody were proposed st:ite ' ' ^.-»i^' nf» Her divorce petition failed to set Georgia now is the only state with , the lower voting age. Kentucky has: jj ou ^ en j!^ a $250 tax exemption on each house- ! ^ n< ^< hold's goods. j Chandler's triu ebration in his campaign quarters. Chandler captured the nomona- tion by 18,121 votes in a struggle against powerful forces in the state Democratic party. Wetherby and U.S. Sens. Alben W. Barklcv, former vice president, and Earl C. Clements, the assistant Senate ma ism. She also asked for furniture and effects from her hus- imph set off a^cel- $/ nger ' s \Vife /// HOLLYWOOD '-•?) — Singer Mario Lansa's wife Betty is recovering today in Cedars of Lebanon Hospital from bronchitis and a slight fever. Doctors say her condition is not serious. She was admitted Mon| day. ST. LOUIS (T» — A group of Pint tint churchmen and educators today suggested five basic p MK'pks -is a guide to public i Ntot.s in dealing with religion. 1 t >m,t,t-lions were made at i \ i on il Conference oh Heli- i -,\\\i\ Public Education by a fuiiiinittfc headed by Dr. Rufus ]•:. Clement, president of Atlanta rruversiiy and the first Negro ritvteci to the Atlanta Board of Kiim-'.uon. "Whenever there appears to be a :!ire;U 10 these principles," the ivport said, "we should be vitally , .ir.fernod. "As Christians, we have the re ,-[)i):isib«!iiy for helping to bring the nhUo.-ophy of. education as prac- 'vt v ri in the organiz'.uion and pro..•:•;'.!!! of the schools in any com- MMinity into line with this statement 01 principles." Principles Listed The principles are: 1. As to the nature of the child - he is a creature of God; he is if\vfti by God, and he is responsible to God for all of his acts. 2. The right of the child, by virtue of his divine creation, to the :uHes! development of his facul- -.i^s ;i:ul opacities. This places a ;< :m responsibility on home, '.•!r>irt'h and community to see to it :':-. it adeo.uate facilities are provided for educating- every child according to his capacities. 3. Respect for the individual conscience and faith of each child's nUt?gi_nm:e; riot forcing upon him beliefs and teachings which are oifensive to his parents if in the minority, but at the same time •.rlviue; due regard to the faith 01 no:' 1 , the majority and minority. 4. Belief in the community, not or.iy in the sense of our common loyalties as citizens, bin as being brothers, children of God, and as such, having equal rights and re spo risibilities. 5. Since religious truth is a part of our heritage, it should be in- cluded in the child's education wherever relevant to the subject matter of public education. Enrlier another group recommended that public schools should leach the influence of religion "In the sociology of human affairs." despite the ban. against teaching the beliefs of any particular faith. That group agreed last night the relationship of state agencies to church educational efforts ''should be primarily of a regulatory nature." Can't Be Sponsored It considered, under the chairmanship of Rev. John Groenfeldt, Moravian Church executive of Bethlehem. Pa., the plan under which children at the written request of parents are released from school to tatend religious instruction outside the school. On this matter, the group said it cannot be sponsored by the public school nor can it be taught by the public school. The denominations concerned must make the decision to sponsor it and the program has to get its support from the parents. A plenary session of the three- day conference, called by the National Council of Churches, last } night heard a report that Protes- j tants are showing more interest in | the establishment of parochial schools. The conference ends today. A repprt showed that 2,971 Christian day schools with 219,703 children enrolled were operated under protestant auspices. The Lutherans, Missouri Synod, accounted for nearly one-half the schools, with the Seventh Day Adveniists second. The section, with Rev. S. Allan ! Watson of Elgin. 111., the official recorder, found evidence that the Supreme 'Court ban on segregation contributed in a movement to expand kindergartens into elementary schools. He reported that interest in parochial schools by Protestants had j been sporadic, generally stimulated } by some action of the public school , jority leader, strongly opposed him. After the primary, the four pledged support and the senators campaigned for Chandler. Koreans call their-country "Chosen," meaning "land of morning calm." Chandler 305.346; Denney 204.629. It was the first statewide race for Lhe 51 -year-old Denney, former U.S. . Chandler led in all other seven districts. The entire Democraic state ticket. , assured of victory. And the Democrats retained their traditional control of the legislature, which con- SAVES WATER! New economy feature saves as much as 9 gallons of water Cor small loads of clothes. We Give Quality Stamps Adams Appliance Co. Inc. 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