The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1956 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 26, 1956
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MONDAY, MARCH 26,1996 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK,) COURIER NEWS PAGE THRFI Butler Tells Demo Lawmakers: 'Build A Better Record' By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) — The Democratic National Committee has just told the Democratic leaders in Congress, in effect, they're not doing enough to build a record for the party against the Republicans in this campaign year. Paul M. Butler, committee chairman and therefore the party's pilot in the campaign, has written to some congressional Democrats a letter which he said, reflects the committee's wishes. It went to the two Texans who are the Democrats' leaders in House and Senate—Speaker Sam Rayhurn and Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson, who has been mentioned as a possible presidential candidate—and to some others. It was this kind of letter: if you don't put up, we may have to shut up. If this was ever intended to be strictly tntraparly, private co respondence it didn't remain the weekend. The Democrats have been accusing the Eisenhower adminis- of 1953 when the Republican-run resources ever since the middle Congress .gave the oil-rich submerged lands to the states. That was not entirely a Republican performance. And the Democrats don't seem to be saying much about it now although they said plenty at the time. Some of them did, that is. Johnson and Rayburn voted lor it. So did many other Democrats. The Democrats have been running Congress since the beginning of 19S5. With the Republicans in control of the White House and the executive branch of the government, the Democrats naturally look to their leaders in Congress to set a party record for the .next election and point up, if not cre- «te, the issues. Tills would be expected in the field of natural resources since the Democrats have been banging away at the Republicans on the "giveaway" theme for -years. But In hi« letter Butler wrote: "I am fearful that our party and its nominees for president, vice president, the Senate and the House next fall may be in a very wak position on the area of natural resources unless some action Is taken to bolster our legislative record in this session of Con- gress . . . ." Being thus told he's not nan dling the leadership of the House right may simply anger Bayburn, an old professional in politics. A nudge like this from his .own party may pain Johnson, who seems to be growing increasingly sensitive to criticism. Ulbricht Makes New German Unification Offer BERLIN, If) — Walter Ulbricht, boss of East Germany's ruling Communist party, offered Saturday to work with the Socialists in West Opening the third Communist party conference in East Berlin with a lengthy keynote address, Ulbricht admitted that the first five-year plan in East Germany failed to reach its goals in heavy industry. He blamed the failure on the need to manufacture consumer goods. The conference is slated to approve a second five-year plan which calls for a 50 per cent increase in over-all production. 00PS—Somebody seems to have been in a tarry to close the doors But actually, that's the way these "nose-dock" hangars at Otis Air Foroe Base, Massachusetts, work. The planes, giant RC-121's, are driven nose first into the hangars, which cost about $2,159,000, and then large steel doors close around their fuselages. That way, engines are kept warm, and hangar space is cut to a minimum. This cuts hangar construction costs, also. Four Drown In Boat Mishap MARION, 111. m—A father, his twin sons and a neighbor boy, all of Herrin, ill., drowned when their boat sank in Crab Orchard Lake late Saturday. The dead were Prince McSpadden, 44-year-old Herein coal miner; his 10-year-old twin sons Rex and Lex; and Roy Woddis Jr. Jerry Sexton, 11, swam 250 feet to shore. Young Sexton said the five were in a 16-foot boat. Trotlines were j piled in the bow, and when the elder . McSpadden started a motor the front end went under water. McSpadden yelled, "It looks like we are all gonig to drown togeth- j er." j Authorities said the father could swim but apparently decided to stay with his sons, who could not. It worried by •'Bladder Weaknesi" [Otttl Up Klgbts (too Irequent. burning or itch- Ing urination) or Strong, Cloudy Urinel due to common Kidney »nd Bladder Itri- titloni, try CYSTEX lor quick jr«tllytnp, comforting help. A billion CYSTEX tsblets used In past 25. years prove safety and success. Ask druggist lor CYSTEX under «*tlsfnctlon or money-back guarantee. Postal Trucks Get'New Look' BALTIMORE (ll'i — Thirty-four red, white and blue trucks with right-hand drive, panoramic windshields and "sit-stand" type of seat- ' ing are cruising Baltimore streets these days. They are me post office department's new look. They are Intended to cut col- lection and deHteir ooste up service. The right-hand drive means the mailman can pull up to the curb and step out without endangering life or limb. Or on the rural routes, he can lean out to pop the mail in MM boxes. Neat A. Slbley, postmaster, believes, the small English - looking trucks will make it possible to serve an eight-hour route In seven hours, permitting extension of the route or release of the mailman for other dutiei. "MOTHER GOOSE" Charles Perrallt, French poet, wrote the "Talee at Moth»r Goose" and earned himself th» title of the Inventor of French fairy tales. Genuine, Pure Aspirin is America's Most Popular Home Medication, and the Best You Can Guy is St. Joseph Aspirin "Afraid Coifs Sore Throat Would Keep Me From Talking" But I gargled with St. Joseph Aspirin and stayed right on schedule. Best aspirin relief money can buy for cold's aches, headache. 100 tablets 49f. 200 tablet bottle onl?, 79t. BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD Keeping Pace With Modern Health Care WAYLIN CHISSER Phone 3-3106 or Write: Box 307, . Blytheville, Ark. Please seitd me information on »o«r prepaid health care plan. Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors-Available Now Without Prescription Stops Attacks in Minutes... Relief Last* for Hours! Net* York, K. y. (Special) —The asthma formula prescribed more than any other by doctors for their private patients is now available to asthma Medical tests proved stops asthma attacks in minutes and - sufferers without prescription. thi n mi gives hours of freedom from recurrence of painful asthma spasms. This formula is so effective that it 13. the physicians' lending asthma prescription — so safe that now it can be sold — without prescription - in tiny tablets called Priuwtene®. Primatene opens bronchial tubes, loosens mucous congestion, relieves taut nervous tension. All this without taking painful injections. The secret is-Priniatene combines 3 medicines (in full prescription strength) found most effective in combination for asthma distress. Each performs a special purpose. 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