The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1956 · Page 4
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March 15, 1956

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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THURSDAY^ MARCH 15, 1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SBVKN FITZPATRICK'S TRADE-IN SALE •ELLS EVERYWHERE FOR LESS TRADE-IN-ALLOWANCE so you pay only TRY IT FOR 14 FULL DAYS If you don'l ogr*t it's one of tfi* finvtt wpfch volvtf yvv'v* cvrr tt*fl, «*vm H for fuH rtfvnrf. It Takes Only 3 Minutes To Open A Charge Account Adlai Holds Odds Over Kefauver In. Minnesota Primary By WAltACE C. MITCHELL NEA Special Correspondent MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — (NEA) — Adlai E. Stevenson and Sen. Estes Kefauver, top foes for the 1956 Democratic presidential nomination, are headed for a test of .farm-belt popularity and party selection methods. • Stevenson is favored to win Minnesota's presidential primary election March 20, No. 2 in the nation. He is campaigning with the all-out endorsement of the central committee of the Democratlc-Parrner- Labor party, as Democrats are known here. 0p for grabs are two delegates in each of nine congressional districts, nine delegates running on a statewide at-large basis, and three to be picked at a post-primary convention. , Back of Stevenson's endorsement, voted last October, are Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey and Gov. Orvtlle L. Freeman. They control the militant political organization that ousted Republicans from Minnesota political control in 1954. . Kefauver was persuaded to challenge Stevenson by reports of formidable resentment to the party endorsement procedure. He concedes he has "an uphill fight." In his first whirl for Minnesota votes he stressed "confidence" in rank- and-file party members wanting to choose their own presidential favorite instead of being told "from the top down." While the Democratic fight rages," Republicans merely watch. Diehard conservatives entered the name of Sen. William P. Knowland (R-Calif.) by petition against-the delegate slate pledged to President Eisenhower. The President's availability for the nomination led Knowland to disclaim intentions to buck his slate in Minnesota. Although but 30 Democratic .national convention votes are at stake, the Stevehson-Kefauver clash is earnest. "In a large measure," said, Stevenson in a St. Paul talk, "my fortunes are in the hands of you peo- Ipe here in Minnesota." • ' * • Less than a full sweep by Stevenson will be claimed as a moral victory for the Tennessee senator in view of the party's endorsement of Stevenson. Kefauver's best hope" is in the two agricultural congressional districts in western and northwestern Minnesota. Traditionally independent political districts, .they might be wooed by the Kefauver anti-dictation strategy, Kefauver lias the help of one district's member of congress, Rep. Coya Knutson. She is openly accusing her party leadership of dictation. A pert blonde housewife and former music teacher, Mrs. Knutson stumps shoulder-to-shoulder with Kefauver. She talks of him glowingly as a "family man." "It's time the patter of little feet Is heard again in the White House," she tells audiences. It is a reminder to the conservative Lutherans who dominate, rural areas that Stevenson has had domestic troubles. Stevenson's urbane manner sometimes makes him appear uncomfortable on the hustings. Kefauver finds, it easy to move up to strangers, grasp their hands warmly and say in his low voice, "It's so good to meet you, ma'am." • * • Both Stevenson and Kefauver have pledged themselves to support 90 per cent farm price supports, a major issue in this farm state. Kefauver seems, however, to have "sold" his understanding of farm problems better than Stevenson. The odds still favor Stevenson to win by a two-to-one margin in the statewide vote. Kefauver himself believes he will look good if he gets 35 per cent of the vote. If he gets it in the rural areas, he may pick up two, four and maybe six district delegates. That could hurt Stevenson. Peron Wants to Duel PANAMA UP) — Juan. D. Peron ousted president of Argentina, has challenged his successor, provisional Used Clothing Bargains at O'Connor's Used Clothing 114 S. First St. Clean Clothing At Very Low Prices Open Thure., Fri. & Sat, *« so Itohtly prhed at P«nn»y'§ I ;, ,.<£' Look Mom! THEY MACHINE JUNIOR "TAKES IT FROM DAD" IN SPORT SUITS OF BUTCHER RAYON The minute h« ilipi into his ftmn'ty >uH h»'ll hav* a jrewnup tok.' .What'tailpring.,.. what style •... what a real 'practical outfit! Just think, rayon butcher vveave throughout and com; pletely machine^washable'.-...*> start saving on cleaning billi mom! 2 button, patch pocket jacket'.: .contrasting slacks with cuffed hot j*mi»f b«yt dm»H• torn*,'fuH bolt and clastic back. 98 GIRLS SHEER NYLON DRESSES 6 90 to 9 90 AH eyes are on your little prima donna in her frothy Penney nylon! And she'll love them, Mom . . . she'll applaud their sheer beauty, their dreamy detailing. Hurry in ... choose from an array of sherbet colors. Jr. BOYS COORDINATED SLACK SETS 3.98 Hi-style for little guys in Penney's shirt and slack set. He'll like the interplay of 3 bright colors. Machine washable rayon butcher weave throughout. SIZE 3 to 8 TODDLER'S DRESSES 1 98 to2 98 What quality! Wh»t vmlu«! What * crisp, and winsome collection I Choose prints, checks, sol!(ta . . . in colon to put it Spring garden to shame. SIZE 1 to 3 STORE HOURS: 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Wt^kdoyi - . - 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Saturday President Pedro Aramburu, to a duel. Reporters were shown a copy of a registered letter addressed to Aramburu suggesting the duel be held on the Argentine frontier. Peron said he had read news dispatches in which Aramburu described him as a "coward" and suggested meeting on a field of honor "if you have doubts as to my personal valor." Blind Are Speed/ HOUSTON, Tex. (/P)—Nine blind workers at the National Bank of Commerce are doing a job in three days that used to take 15 to 18 workers as long as a week. They are stuffing the annual report of Tennessee Gas Transmission Co. into envelopes to be mailed to some 60,000 stockholders. Vicious CiVc/« OSWEGATCHIE, N.Y. «V-Thl» is what is known as a vicious circle: A fire truck couldn't get to » fire in the town garage here because of snow-covered roadi. The fire, which leveled the garage, WM discovered as highway, worken reported for snow removal. Three snowplows were destroyed. $20SAVING FAMOUS SINGER ROUND BOBBIN PORTABLE Spring means big savings at your Singer Sewing Center. 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