The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1954 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 2, 1954
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 195-1 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVB Republicans Uneasy in Many States As Voters Prepare to go to Polls Again Soapy Williams Running Again DETROIT. uv-An estimated 2,100.000 voters today were expected to cast their ballots to decide Michigan's voice in an off-year election vitally influencing the nation's future. If the voiers say "yes," Democratic Gov. G. Mennen Williams will win his unprecedented fourth two-year term and take a big step toward national political prominence. If the voiers say --no," Donald 8. Leonard, the Republican nominee and former Detroit and state police commissioner, will win the governorship and break Williams six-year grip on Michigan politics. If the voters say "yes," U. S. Sen. Homer Ferguson, chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee, will go back to the Senate for another term and contribute to Republican strength in Wallace's Buddy Taylor in Race He's Asking People Of Idaho to Send Him Back to Senate BOISE, Idaho l<Pi—A former Progressive party vice presidential candidate laid his record on the line today and asked Idaho voters to send him to the U. S. Senate for another six years. The political comeback attempt of Qlen H. Taylor, Idaho's "singing cowboy senator" of the 1940s, has lesulted in a vitriolic campaign. Taylor teamed with Henry Wallace to head the Progressive party ticket in 1948. He lost His bid for Idaho's Democratic Senate nomination In 1B50. This time he won the nomination and is now opposed by Sen. Henry C. Dworshak, seeking his first full term after twice filling Senate vacancies. Affcr House Seats Democrats also are Hying to take one of Idaho's two congressional seats while holding the other. They are shooting at the governorship too, hoping to storm back into po\v- ei in the state administration after an absence of eight years. Democratic governor candidate Clark Hamilton .a state senator and storekeeper from Weiser, has endorsed the proposed Federal Hells Canyon Dam on the snake River: charging that the Idaho power Co.. which has applied for its down dams there, is trying to bottle up 14^2 state's natural resources with the connivance of the Republican party. His Republican opponent. Atty. Gen. Robert E. Smylie, has replied that Hamilton wants to "give away" the water rights of southern i 'aho's irrigation farmers. Congress. If the voiers say "no, 1 'a new political lace, homey, soft-spoken Patrick V. McNamara of Detroit will be Michigan's new senator and contribute to Democratic strength in the Senate. The voters will decide whether the Republican party picks up one or two additional congressional seats to add to the 13 it now holds in Washington — or whether the Democrats will gain as many as five to add to the five they now hold. If the voiers say "yes." Michigan's Legislature will enact laws under which lotteries and bingo may be played for charitable purposes. Sal ton stall Key Race for GOP BOSTON, Wi—The bid of Sen. Leverett Saltonstall iR-Massi for re-election is one of f.'ay's key contests in the Republican fight to retain control of the U.S. Senate. Saltonstall is opposed by Stale Treasurer Poster Furcolo. a for- leer member of the U. S. House, who is regarded as the strongest contender Saltonstall has faced since he won the Senate seat in 1844. Speaker Up Republican Gov. Christian A. Herter is in an equally tight race for a second term. The Democratic nominee for governor is State Rep. Robert L. Murphy, his party's legislative floor leader for the last session. Along with those plose contests, the result is in doubt in the campaigns of three members of the U.S. House — l\vo Republicans and a Democrat — for re-election. House Speaker Martin (R-Mass) is running for JILS 16th term in Congress. His Democratic opponent is Edward F. Doolan. whom Martin defeated by 45,000 votes two years ago. Rep. McCormack ID-Mass) Democratic whip in the U.S. House, is unopposed lor re-election. New Deal Man in N. Y. NEW YORK W—The people of. New York are choosing today between Sen. Irving; M. Ives, Republican, and Averell Harriman, Democratic-Liberal, to succeed Gov. Thomas E. Dewey. Inclement weather, with possible snow, was forecast in normally Republican upstate New York. From 5 to S 1 ^ million citizens lire expected to turn out. Voting machines are being used throughout the state. The polling hours are from 6 a.m. to 7p.m. Supports Ike Dewey, twice the GOP presidential nominee, did not seek re-election. Ives, author of antidiscrimination legislation, is a firm supporter of President Eisenhower. Harriman hews to the philosophy of the New Deal and '.'Fair Deal in which he held high posts such as ambassador lo Moscow and secretary of commerce. Statewide newspaper polls have indicated a victory for Harriman. Whoever wins will be in a prominent position in the national political panorama as chief executive of the nation's most populous state, one that swings 45 electoral votes in presidential elections. The voters also will elect 43 congressmen. No U.S. Senate seat is at stake here. Also being elected are a lieutenant governor, state comptroller, attorney general, stale legislators and several judges. Tight Vote For Oregon PORTLAND Ore.. r^B—Both Republicans and Democrats foresaw a tight vote today in Oregon's elec- ition fight between Republican Sen. | Guy Cordon and his Democratic opponent, author Richard L. Neuberger. Four Iluuse Scuts The voters also will fill four seats in the House of Representatives and elect a governor. The 41-year-old Neuberger, in his attempt to unseat Cordon in the U.S. Senate, campaigned for a return to Democratic hydroelectric power and criticized what he^said was Cordon's isolationist voting record. - ' Cordon, 64, urged support of the Eisenhower administration's partnership program for power development and said Neuberger was associated with "left-wingers." Two of the contests for the House of Representatives also were expected to be close. They are in the Multnomah County (Portland) and eastern Oregon districts. Republican Gov. Paul Patterson was expected to defeat.his Democratic opponent, Joseph K. Carson, former Portland mayor and onetime member of the Maritime Commission. Jersey GOP Trouble Spot NEWARK, N. J. M—Once solidly Republican New Jersey, now a GOP trouble spot, will give its answer to President Eisenhower's personal pleas for backing; in today's general election. The President, on five separate occasions, has made it known'pub- licly that he wants former Republican Rep. Clifford P. Case, a 50- year-old lawyer, sent to the Senate from New Jersey. Row But Case, a "1.000 per cent" Eisenhower rooter, has an intraparty row and a blast from U. S. Sen. Joseph R. McCa rthy (R-Wis) to overcome in his race with Democrat Charles R. Howell, 50, an incumbent, congressman. Howell and the Democrats tire riding on the crest of an upsurge AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCX at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements Coming to Ritz Theatre Sunday, Monday, Tuesday 'Nov. 11-15-16 BRIGADOON In Cinemascope Wed., Thursday, Friday Nov. 17-18-19 SITTING BULL In Cinemascope TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY <^-&^&^WESSgg^^ffi^ 1 S^5S^^^ NOW AT POPULAR PRICES! A MAGNIFICENT MOTION PICTURE FOR TIME.. .TO BE SEEN AGAIN AND AGAIN! (CANNOT I Wilt NOT MCANTt ' HERE ISTA in their party's strength that started last November witli the election of Robert B. Meyner as the state's first Democratic governor In 10 years. The Democrats also are out to capture a majority of the state's 14 Congress seat's, something they haven't been able to do in 40 years. They now hold six. Oppose McCarthy Both Howell and Case are opposed to the mehlods used by McCarthy in fighting communism. They say they would vote to revise congressional investigation procedures. Case called McCarthy a "deeply divisive force" in the nation. In the last weeks of the campaign. McCarthy announced he would support every Republican candidate except Case.. McCarthy said his announcement had nothing | to do with the remarks Case made about him in the election cam-1 paign. Rather, he said, it was for ••reasons I think will be made public before the election." [ Following McCarthy's announcement came published reports that Case's sister Adelaide hurt been associated with Communist-front organizations. Case jumped to the defense of his 42-year-old sister.'a physical education teacher. He said "mistaken identity" was involved and that his sister was a "loyal American." Census Taker's Hard Knocks She's Been Blamed For Low Price of Eggs delayed, eating lunch, which ah« carries with her, because she wanted to catch a family at Its noon meal, whi'ii she returned to her car after talking to the family, she found the family cat on the seat. It was jiust finishing off Mrs. Owen'* lunch. v Kan. i/l'i -Mrs. Turn Read Courier News Classified Ad». working, on a (arm census Senior Wins At Caruthersville Halloween Contest Offers Prizes For Pointing CARUTHERSVILLE- Sue Carter, a Ciiruthersvillc Mich. School senior, won the grand priM in Friday's Halloween window painting contest here. Her painting was of a little ghost scaring a boy. A complete list of winners In all divisions was released Saturday afternoon. Marjoric Baker won first place in the high school senior division with Charlene King winning second. Martha La tick received honorable mention. Maxine Woods took tup Imnor.s in the high school junior division while Kay Summers was second. Honorable mention went to Carolyn Davis. , In the eighth grade public division, Judy Luckeiibach was first and Charlotte McCormick second. Christine Rcichert won first place in the Sacred Heart Catholic School eight grade group. Margaret Johnson was second. Elma Jean Burns won top honors in the Washington Nepro High School division. Sylvester Jones was second and JOP Lewis Madclox received honorable mention. OFF TO SKIi TIIK Ql'KMX — Two ladies arc preparing for a trip to Londn the Umtalia Film Festival where they'll One of their pressing problems is c dress for the occasion. At left, lovely Gin gown designed for her by Emille shubc wearing a golden tiara, is Sophia Loren. Italy's lovelH'sl. trading England, lo appear at H'et Quocn EHv.abeth II. ; the right evening Lollobri^ulii models the h. The beauty at right, OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY O\. In the Spcamllt 1 inva, has dlst'ov- .1 there';; more to the job than she thought, Siua- becoming; census inker, she's been: Blameil lor the low price of eggs. C''d by incmbers of a family \viio tlimiMht ilu'v had at last caught tlit 1 tbu'l smiling canned poods from their ba.semt'iu. Burked nt by class aiui bawled out, by farmi.M.s. But .she says her saddest expertise came the other d:iy when shy Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry, tfllk. liiDKh or sneeze without feur of insecure f«L«* t«eth dropping, slipping or wobbling. FA8TEETH holds pin teg ftniicr mid more comfortably. This pleasant powder h&6 no Rummy, cooey, p;tsty taste or Iccling. Doesn't fiiusc nntisi-a. It'a alkaline i non-aclif i. Clircks "plate odor™ (denture breath). 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