The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1954 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 1, 1954
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) PAGE CHEERLEADERS — This pert quintette leads son; (back Wilson cheers. They are (first row. the left) Jones. Patricia Woodward, Nanette Webb, Anne Nicliol- row) Emily Buchanan and Mary CAPTAIN AND CHIEF — Jerry Ryals, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Ryals of Bassett, is football captain and school fire chief as well as student council representative. COUNCIL HEAD — John Elkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elkins, is .student council president at Wilson. He also is a member of the football team. SKXIOR CLASS HEAD—Llml- scy Chandler, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Chandler of WhiUon. is senior class president, FPA vice president, past president of WhiUon MYF and attended Boys Slate this year. and Jacob K. Javits, Republican. New York Governor's Race Roars To Finish . ALBANY, N, Y. W) — The New period — as Dcwcy did in 1950. York state gubernatorial J' ncc -! Richard H. Balch. Democratic which started at a poky pace,! state chairman, stood on his pro- roared today toward a feverish diction thai Harriman would be finish amid rival victory claims elected governor by. a margin of that appeared hedged with some | 500,000 Lo end 12 years of Hepubli- qualms. can rule of the Empire State. Instead of tapering off on the L. Judson Morhouse. Republican day before election, Avcreli Harri- j state chairman, pegged Ives as the man, the Democratic-Liberal parly [winner by "a minimum of 315.000" candidate, and U. S. Sen. Irving votes. M. Ives, the Republican choice to impartial observers looked for, succeed retiring Gov. Thomas E. | the c i ose st finish since 1938, wheu I Dewey, continued campaigning asj Herbert H. Lehman, Democratic-: though they needed every last i Liberal now a U. S. Senator, won a , vote. fniirth straight, term as Governor; first person to see the heavens through a' telescope was Galileo Galilei, who constructed a crude telescope and first examined the moon through it in 1609. . ""•-• j fourth straight term as governor Harriman chartered a plane for i by defeating Dewey by 64,394 a whirlwind speechmakmg visit to votes, six cities in Republican upstate. His m.thi purpose was to deny In addition to a governor. New Yorkers will elect a lieutenant • -, again GOP charges that the Demo- emor st ate comptroller attorney crats intended to give Democratic | general several judges, congress- New York City more state aid lor, men> statc senators and assembly- education at the expense of up-j men and many local officers. state schools From New York headed today a fin men, and many local officers. The race for attorney gcneral is Ives spn;ir- j between two Manhattan congress- ' ^..^u „«««., 0 ....», GOP telcvis-; nicn _ Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr.. I jon-rodia drive over an 18-hour j Democratic-Liberal party nominee, '• Robertson's Radio and T.V. Service 515 E. Main Wade Warehouse Bldg. Day Ph. 3-1257 Nile I'h. 3-6701 OKAY, SID- DID THAT- NOWWHATf NEW COACHES — Don Crows (left* and Bob Courtway are heading Wilson athletic tennis for the first time this year. Mr. Crews is .a Korean vcteiran, gniduate ot Southern StiUc iu\d hnlls from DeQueen, Mr. Couriway comes 10 Wilson after four years ot coaching at Holly Grove. He holds n muster's from University of Arkansas. SCHOOL EDITOR — John Cash, son ui Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Cash, Jr., is editor of the Wilson Bulldog, school paper. He is vice president of the senior class, president of the FFA, president of the county PFA federation, parliamentarian on the student council and a fourth-year member of the football team. first Class Dropped NEW DELHI '/P;—India's nationalized railroads will abolish lirst class accommodations by next April, the railway board says. The railroads have been in the process of liquidating first class equipment since May, 105;!, when 1.600 Indian trains cnrriwt first chtss curs- At, present, only 13 trains have first class space. An expansion of air conditioned .service—which is rated above first. class, and costs,considerably more— Speedway Left In Doubt By Shaw's Death New Disney Picture to Unveil Some New Truths About Jungle INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 1 .Ml—The plane crash death Saturday of automobile rueinp immortal Wilbur Shaw, left llic future of the Indin napolis Motor Speedway in doubt today. "I've been so broken up about it, I don't know what we'll do," said Anton J. (Tonyi Hulman, speedway owner. Shaw, three-time winner of the 500-mile Memorial Day race in his 0 \Ci r.s of professional racing and president and maunder ot the ;pecd\vay since World War II, was killed wilii two associates When their plane crashed in a cornfield near Decatur, ind.. during a light snowfall. The other victims were Ernest R. 41, official artist for the speedway, and Ray Grimes, 40, of Greenfield, Ind., pilot of the plane. They were returning from Dc^ troit where Shaw, who would have been 52 years old Sunday, had tested a li>55 model Chrysler. Surviving arc the widow and a 9-year-old son Warren Wilbur, Jr. The funeral will be tomorrow at Vernoii, Ind. By HOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD W—The lion is not the king of the jungle. The vulture is not such a bad creature after all. There Is no such thine as the lust to kill in wild animals. These are some of the things I learned from n fascinating couple named Al and Elmu MUott. They have just returned from two years and e IK lit months in Africa, where they filmed another of Walt Disney's nature studies, "The Lion and His Domain." All Alime Cnn you Imagine, being alone with your wife or husband 24 hours a day for most of two years and eipht months? That's the way it was with the Millotts during their African stay. It mlK'ht prove wearing: to most couples, but the Mi- lattij are a remarkable pair. Mrs. Mtlott, a plump, happy woman, began her love of nature early. Her father \va.s a Seattle newspaperman who loved the outdoors, and Elnm took to the campfire girl routine. She helped convert Al, a University of Washington graduate, after they married and set up a photography studio in Ketchikan, Alaska. , Take u Walk "Whenever he sot nervous he'd take iv' walk," Elnm said. "He could walk five minutes from the studio and be in the wilds," I "1 used to hunt in Alaska." soft spoken All added. "But I pave that up when we started photographing the aninmls. You can't do both; you get to be too sympathetic. The Mllott.1 took only a pistol when they invaded the wiULs ol Africa, and then only because it was required by law. They shot 100.000 feet of film, of which about 3,000 will be used In the finished product. Much of. it Ls fabulous material, and (hey learned some UUcresUnp. facts, about the animals. For instance: I,one Live the King "The lion is not Ihc kiiiK of the jungfc. The elephant is; he cnn go anywhere ho wants. The lion will Klve way to an elephant or a rhino. But the lion will attack a baby Uncharming Music DAYTON, Ohio (/Pj—Craving a ci ( 4i\vet, a man dashed into a nearby cafe and Jammed a quarter into » machine. The juke box began to play. An appeal to the bartender for lesLitutton drew this retort: "Mister, we have a lot of peculiar characters come in here, but you're the prize." is responsible for the abolition ol what used to be India's most luxurious rail service. Political adv. paid tot by Verne I ind a 11, Stuttgart, Ark. AAFOR THE WOMAN ALCOHOLIC If you are a woman alcoholic ami want sobriety, you may hcsilale to expose your drinking problem lo the other alcoholics you will meet in AA. Most of us had this same natural reaction during our drinking ivhcn AA was suggested to us. The answer, which can be determined only by you, lies in how .sincerely and how honestly you really want lo slop drinking. If sobriety is truly important to you, you will welcome the opportunity to meet other men and women who understand your problem and can help you. Personal ano- mity is AA's oldest tradition. To those of us in AA, how we became alcoholic is not important. The important thing is the realization that we are alcoholics and that, if we hope lo survive we must slay away from alcohol completely. Even one drink is too much for us. To keep our sobriety we have to .stay away, day by day, from the "first drink"—the one that can send any one of us, no matter how long we have been sober, hack into a drunken tail-spin. Even women who have been hospitalized or jailed as a result of drinking are occasionally reluctant to admit that they are alcoholic—a victim of the disease, "alcoholism." If you have never been "put away" and have never gotten into a scrape with Ihe law, you may be even less willing to face facts realistically and admit that you cannot cope with alcohol. Only you can make the admission that you are an alcoholic—no one can make it for you! If you have a drinking problem and would like lo do Something about it write or conlacl ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 873 B!yth«ville, Ark. Closed M,cclings Tuesday Nights Hi 8 p. m. Open Meetings Friday Nights at 8 p. m. CLUB ROOM at 410 E. MAIN A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal Crrnmulsion relieves promptly because it fjoci inlo (he bronclnnl system to help loosen nnd espel germ laden phleftm nnd aid nature lo .wollie and lienl raw, lender, mflnmcd bronchial membranes. Guaranteed lo please you or money refunded. C'TcoimiHion has stood the lent of millions of users. CREOMULSION r«llcvct Coui;hi, Cheit Cohti, Acute Bronchffli elephant. "The vulture is not such a bad fellow ufter nil. He docs H fine Job of keeping (lie wilds clean by consuming the ioniums of animals. And he Ls almost real in the way lie walks. "We observed many kills, and we found nothing to sustain the theory (hut some nnimuls kill just for the sake of killing. For instance, we filmed u leopard tcap- out of a tree inlo a uroup of wildebeests, killing one of them. The leopard already hud a killed animal in the tree. But the wilde- Uecsls live. VuivtUy n meal tor uuy cat. And if the leopard had the lust, he could have killed a hundred of them." Spider Parlor WEED, Calif. tfV-A tiny spider stopped a watch. Jeweler James \Viimurlh said it crawled into the \vateh case and spun a web. AEC MEMBER—Dr. John Von Neumann is the newest member of the Atomic Energy Commission. The Hungarian-born mathematician is a staff member of the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton, N. J. EXTRA RELIEF FROM ^M^fe <*6 ^•^ A: IDs MISERIES — ATTACKS ALL COLO SYMPTOM* AT ONE T/ME . . . IN 1ESS TIME! No ordinary puin-relicvpr cnn make (Im diiim . . . but (»BG cnn. Tho GfiG for main tontaina u combination of pruKcriplion-lypo ingredients not found in nny other cold medicine. For that "extra" relief, try (iO(i liguitl or lubleis. Ruimmibur ... COG doc* more becmiau it lias more. 666 LIQUID OR TABLETS ut oats mom IKAUSE n HAS MOM TAX INCREASES vote AGAINST AC, 285 Vote Thi$ Way AGAINST REFERRED ACT 285 Pol. Adv. Paid for hj W. I. Todd, Little Rock, Ark. VOTE DEMOCR November 2nd FAUBUS For Governor Vote For A Better Arkansas! Thii Ad Paid for by th« "Citizens for Faubut Committee" A. 0. HUDSON, Chairman

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