The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 3, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1984 State-by-State Roundup Continued from Page 1 defeat of Democratic Sen. Guy M. I three terms, held a 127,841-vote his Republican oppo- . Gillette In n reversal of the general margin over his Re trend mtioimllv llflll, Klale Audito tuna n,uionan>. ..... OOP rolled up In 1852. The GOP lends remained so much narrov:er than two years ago that Ward Ch-.rk, state Democratic chairman, refused to concede for his ticket until the polls had been closed Ior seven hours. With 1,583 of the .state's 1,865 M Q Burnside of Huntington led .... Neal bv 489 voles, with only 39 pre- Rep. Thomas E. Marlm. alter cincB ' unreported. Tabulation, of | eight consecutive sessions in the was suspended early today | House, will move up to replace Oil- ir James A.i" rl courthouses were closed votes when the " ™-;?Sv:5H5: his Republican challenger. 50-year-1 «e w.n uui ninv,.u old Thomas B. Sweeney of Wheel- | to HOU!>t - ing. The hiph-voltaee orator blasted President Eisenhower during his spirited campaign while many of his leite, who has been a member ot No Upset /n Tennessee Rhode:;, with more than two thirds of Tui'Mlay'.s vote counted. At that point, Rhodes, former Columbus mayor, conceded defeat nnd congratulated Lausche. The >ry put Lausche in position ior ! national favor in 1956. ! In Ihc reported, national fame Mundl, who by presldini over a Senate committee hearing the McCarthy-Army hassle, had 1)5,587 against 74,143 lor Kenneth Holum, his Democratic rival. Joe Foss. Marine ace of World JOINER NEWS By EDNA BROWN Mrs Gillie Wrinht motored the house trailer lor her daughter, Mrs. Bob DotiKhiMf. to fillnxl on Sunday, where »hc will live with her husband who has completed his basic train- Ing In ihe Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Berlyn Huffman of party avoided a frontal assault. Bible Succeeds M'Carran NASHVILLE. Ti-nn. t,v>~ Sen. Estes KefatlvcT and Gov Frank Clc- Smcnt, both Democrats, Senate race for the last j chair two year;; of the laic Robert A. ' Tail's six-year term, tin; count in 8.032 [Minim places gave Bender; 857.004. Burke had 853.HI). . Educator Wins in Utah In 2H congressional races. Re-i publicans appeared likely to add] SALT LAKE CITY W—A veteran one to their ]t;-member delegation. 1 educator running for his first polit- j Democrats, however, may retain I ical office joined Rep. William A. War II. went into the governor's pnngburn wen; the week end guests with nearly a 20,000-vote O j j^r illK j aver Democrat Ed C. Mar- numerical slmiuth "I six by I Di.v.'s today In kceiiiilB ts in Utah's Repub- easy ., ., . "I 1 " i capturing the .seat held by an in-jtwo congressional si position in one of the dullest elec- i r i,.|, L . m |,,,,t m the ilth District that||ican hands. j lions In state history. j includes Toledo. | j),- Henry Aldous Dixon, 64-year- RENO, Nev. (*—Democrat Alan ^nd Tennessee mnlntninert Its 7-21 old president ot Utah Slate Agl'l- ttorney, rat , 0 of Democrats and Bcpubll- | ' • '' ~ Bible, 44-year-old Reno was elected last night to fill outi c , m5 j n congress.- Balloting wa the term of the late Democratic! ] if ,], t j n HIP heavily Democratic Ben. Pat McCarran, the man who \ s tale d\ie to inclement weather and helped send Bible through law general voter Indifference, school. | \vith the counting almost corn- Bible unseated Sen. Ernes'.: plcte. Kefativer held a bctlir than I Johnson Moves Over Brown, an Eisenhower Republican i 2-1 lead over his Republican oppo- who was temporarily appointed tn'ncnt, Tom Wall. Jr.. of Nashville, fill the remaining two years of Mc-j clement, at 34 the nation's younK- Carran's term. I est governor, had only nominal op- cultural College who entered the race only two weeks' <IRO. defeated DENVER, Nov. 3 W)-Ciov. E d-i ^''mocral Waller K. Oranfc'er In win C. Johnson, retiring Detncoratle . lni ' lst senator, was elected governor of! Dawson won in _the 2nd District Colorado in Tuesday's primary which was highlighted by a tight 1 rom red-haired Reva Beck Democrat, who served Bo- ' for the Senate seat he vacated. | terms in Congress but lost to Daw- With more than three-fifths of | son two years ago. the estimated slate vote. In, Gordon> Allott of Laniar, Republican lieu- K'ewCOmer Tops DemoS In otlier races. Nevadans crossed j position from perennial candidate j tenant governor, was holding to a , party lines and named Republican i John H. Neal of Knoxvllle, an In- Rep. Clifton Young to a second term as this Desert State's lone congressman. GOP Gov. Charles Russell held a widening lead In his bid for a second term. Iowa Goes for GOP DES MOINES Wj—A GOP sweep In normally Republican Iowa was assured today, accompanied by the dependent. Lausche Cops 5th Term COLUMBUS, Ohio Ml — Ohio elected a Democratic governor to an unprecedented fifth term today but his Interim Democratic appointee was trailing in a shifting U. S. Senate contest. Gov. Prank J. Lausehe, first steady lend over John A. Carroll of I DALL AS W - A handsome ncw- Denver. a House member during the Truman administration. Mundt Leads GOP Win SIOUX FALLS. S. D. i/Fl — Sen. Karl Mundt led it full ticket of two Republican congressmen and state officials into office in yesterday's elecUon nUhoufth. by nistrgins incomplete returns .showed were comer to politics whipped the confident Dcmocrais of the Dallas ctmyrcssinnal district, giving the Kepuljlican.s their only Texas victory in the general election. Bruce Aider's victory over Democrat Wallace Savage of Dallas was an upset — and even Alpcr admitted he was surprised he had suvtid the Republicans from a .shutout. Ohio governor to serve more than about ,10 per cent under those the" 1 Al^er had a margin of 3,111 THEATRE ON WEST MAIN ST. IN BYTHEVILLE, ARK. Phone POplar 3-4621 Weekdays Shows Start at 7:00 P.M. Continuous Showing from 1:00 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 4 BIG DAYS-Blytheville's First Showing BANNED IN MEMPHIS-The "OUTLAW GIRL" DOES IT AGAIN SUN., HON., TUES. & WED.-NOV. 7-8-9-10 THAT Picture.' THAT Dance f you've heard so much about? A HOWARD HUGHES JANE RUSSELL, THE FRENCH LINE TECHNICOLUA GILBERT ROLAND • ARTHUR HUNNICIJTT • MARY McCARTY i EDMUND GRAINGER Prodmllon • »!..,« b» HOVD BMOH . Si.rrnolDv by Mil LOOS g«l «I(H««0 Ml . l:,t,i,t k, EDMUND GMINGED Also Cartoon & Short ADMISSION PRICES: Children 25c Adults 50c IS K Ol Mrs. Campljell Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Cicoriic Huchen and family left on Sunday ior their home at Grand Junction, Colo., after a two-weeks visit with relatives at Joir.t-r and Dyess. Mrs. Ix-onard Kaftka was in Jonesboiii on 'fhursday of last week for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Stella Wiles. Mrs. Helen Reddoch, Mrs. Ford Dickson. Mrs. L. F. Etter and Mrs. Don Fletcher left on Friday for Dallas and other places of Interest in Texas and a visit with their different friends and relatives. Mrs. Beth Bowden i« Having her house remodeled. The exterior is being covered with brick, and the plan ol the house changed. D. W. Bennet is having some work done on his house as is J. C. Brown. The Halloween Carnival at Shawnee School was a .success on Friday night. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Pyland of Lepanto were recent guests of their daughter, Mrs. Bobby Miller, arid family. i Miss Mary June Crutcher, a student at Southwestern, wa.s home last week end, She had several guests, Bobby Pence, James Colbert and Miss Beth Etter. James Colbert is a ministerial student. On Suiulav at the home of Mrs. E. B. Bell. Mrs W. B. Wadsworth had all her children with her. Pres- votes over Savage, with a total of 27,683 votes to 24,572 in the final count of the nitfht. , Gov. Allan Shivers walloped his Republican opponent, Tod Adams of Crockett, with a total of 286,811 votes to :i2,5U7. U. S. Sen. Lyndon Johnson won just as easily, with 26,380 votes to 47,094 for the Republicans' Carlos Watson of Brownsville and 1,772 for Fred Spangler of the Constitutional party. Robertson's Radio and T.V. Service 515 E. Main Wade Warehouse Bldg. Day Ph. 3-4257 Nile Mi. 3-6704 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and I p.m. tor Kitz & Boxy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY REGULAR ADMISSION PRICES A MAGNIFICENT MOTION PICTURE FOR OUR TIME...TO BE SEEN AGiUN AND AGAIN! No man can command my caotelvncel THURSDAY and FRIDAY Creole Beiu and Highbrii were the stakes men played for!| Deadly weapons and thundering fists were the chips they used! Dale ROBERTSON Debra PA6ET ..THOMAS GOMEZ f ont were Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wadsworth of West Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wadsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Wadsworth, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bell, all of Bassett. and Mrs. Glenn Grammer of Ripley, Tenn. Mrs. Wadsworth returned home with Mrs. Grammer to Rlpley. Mrs. Brian Burkett had as her guests at a benefit bridge at the Progressive Club in Osceola on Thursday Mrs. E. B. Chiles, Mrs. J. W. Miller., Mrs E. B. Bell and Mrs. A. S. Catchings, Sr. The Southwestern singers at Memphis have been invited to present a concert with the St. Louis Symphony this winter. Mary Jane Crutcher of Frenchman's Bayou is member of the singers. Rev. Bob Watson, a student at Hendrix College, was the guest speaker at the Joiner Methodist Church for Sunday morning service. The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist Cliurch will meet on Tuesday at the home of Mrs. C. C. Speck. Study course on "The City" will be started at that time, under the direction of Mrs. O. W. Speck. The Methodist Church held its flrst quarterly conference Sunday, electing M. H. 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