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March 26, 1956

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1956 BLYTHEVILLE'(ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Presidential Preview XIII: Pennsylvania Is Expected To be Major Battleground By JAMES DEVILN PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pennsylvania—President Eisenhower's adopted state—gives signs of becoming a major battleground in this fall's presidential election. That's the impression gained by a reporter talking with polirivians.and voters in sample communities in the eastern part of the state. Pennsylvania is a rich political pletely unwilling to do." prize. It has 32 electoral votes, the same number as California, and second only to New "York's 45. Eisenhower, now registered to vote at Gettysburg, took the Keystone State by 269,000 votes over Adlai Stevenson in his 1952 landslide. In 1954, Democratic Gov. Gefflge. M. Leader was elected by a 279,000 margin. HOW will it go in 1956? There are indications of a stiff and possibly close contest. Republicans note that the 1952 vote was larger than when Leader won. They are counting on Eisenhower's popularity and the GOP's Eisenhower and Sen. William P. Knowland of California will be listed on the Republican presidential preference ballot April 24, but Knowland Is waging no campaign His name was entered before Eisenhower's second term announcement and could not be withdrawn. Stevenson,.is unopposed on the Democratic side. The nucleus of Democratic strength in Pennsylvania is in Philadelphia, the East's second largest city, which Stevenson carried by 162,000 vots in 1952; in Pittsburgh and the surrounding steel and soft coal areas; and the hard coal areas of the northeast. peace" a"nd prosperity" theme to' The Republicans - ......1- count on the rural attract voters who apparently stayed home in 1954. On the oilier hand, the Democrats have some reasons for optimism. Their capture of the State House at Harrisburg for the first time in 20 years gave them a life- greater incentive and confidence. Also, it gave them patronage— the distribution of state jobs. That. In turn, has tended to strengthen the Democratic party organization Further, the Democrats made gains in county elections last year. They now control 39 of the state's 67 counties. . None of these lactors favorable to them existed in 1952, or even In 1954 when they elected Leader, a virtual unknown before the campaign. Whether they can offset the Eisenhower popularity is something that only the voters can decide. A spirted contest for the U.S. Senate will add Nov. 6 balloting. Interest to the ' traditionally vote and a heavy turnout in four of Philadelphia's suburban counties — Montgomery, Delaware, Chester and Bucks. The complexion of Bucks is changing, however, with increased industrialization there. Last year Bucks went Democratic in local elections. It is on such trends that the Democrats pin their hopes. The Republicans are depending on Eisenhower. ', Republican Sen. James H. Duff, a former governor and; an original Eisenhower booster, is seeking reelection. It is regarded as a foregone conclusion that Duff's Democratic opponent will be Joseph S. Clark Jr., forme mayor of Philadelphia, a "reform" Democrat who helped break the Republicans' old-time | grip on the city. Duff already has lambasted Clark as a "left winger" because of his connections with Americans for Democratic'Acation. Clark has termed Duff a "do nothing" senator who he says sponsored no major legislation and was absent on many roll call votes. Duff, taking note of.Clark's crlt- Ism, commented in Washington: "Personally, I worked vfgorous- ly all over America for Eisenhower's nomination and election, and since his election I have supported him consistently in the Senate in all key legislation, which apparently Clark would be com- Japanese Prince Is Graduated TOKYO (/P)—Crown Prince Akl- hito said goodby to his college classmates at graduation ceremonies today. The 22-year-old prince completed four years of study at Gaku- shuin University but did not receive a diploma. He missed six months of his regular studies during a 1953 tour of Europe and America. Since then he has been enrolled as a special student. The heir to the Japanese throne plans to continue his studies under a tutor. 13-Child Goal POTEAU, Okla. (#}—A 44-year- old Cartesville farmer's wife is nearing her goal of, 13 children— the same as her mother had. Mrs. Otis Self gave birth to her 12th child, Sharon Kay, this week. The mother, who was 15 years old when her first child was born, has three other girls and eight boys ranging in age from 3 to 29., 'The Oklahoma farm wife said she Is "just living like the Bible says and replenishing the earth." One of the oldest means of predicting the future was in the reading of the "signs" on the livers of sacrificial animals, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Apparently All Is Ready For Visiting Reds LONDON (IP)— The consultations of Gen. Ivan Serov, chief of.Rus- sia's secret police, on security arrangements for the visit next month of Soviet leaders Khruchchev and Bulganin, appear to be well along if not completed. Serov, a harassed visitor who has besn cailed an "odious thug," "revolting butcher" and "murderous turnkey" by the British press, was not at the Soviet Embassy Saturday. He was reported to have disappeared somewhere in the English countryside. ' A group of exiles calling themselves "Free Russians" Friday night scattered anti-Communist literature on the embassy, grounds. Several membsr of Parliament, have asked Prime Minister Eden to make a statement in the House of Commons by Serov to help guard Khrushchev and Bulganin. New Electric Red Tape Cutter NEW YORK Ml -' An electronics expert has shown a scientific way of cutting red tape. Disdaining scissors, D. Vladimir K. Sworykin used electronic means to snip the red tape across the entrance at the opening of the 1956 Career and Job Show Friday Zworykin unveileu a solar bat- .jry. Lights activated the battery, sent current 'through the tape and ignited a strip of flash-powder that cut the tape. Gives Flowers Longer Life BOULDER, Colo. W) — A University of Colorado chemistry professor, John B. Clopton, has patented a new flower preservative he says will keep cut carnations alive and in good condition for 28 days. Clopton said roses last in the so- POPE'S GIFT — This chalice of engraved crystal was presented to Pope Pius XII on his 80th birthday March 2. A gift from New York's Francis Cardinal Spellman,.it bears the Pope's coat of arms and symbols of the Four Evangelists. Three rows of applied crystal on the stem of the glass represent the three crowns in the papal tiara which symbolize the temporal, spiritual and purgatorial authority of the Pope. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Bruce Edwards has filed application with the City Engineer for a Permit to establish a House Trail er Court on Lots 2 and 3 of Bar ron-Lilly Addition to City at BIytheville, Ark. Any objection to the issuance of this Permit should be made in writing and filed with the City Clerk within thirty (30) days. March 24, 1956. .DAN BLODGETT City Engineer City of BIytheville 3X26-4/: lulion for 10 or 12 days and other flowers live two or three times longer than in water alone. His formula incluldes a sugar solution and added ingredients to slow down the rate at which the plant consumes its food reserves. The ingredients also prevent bas r terial and fungal spoilage in the plant and in the solution. " The Most Complete Selection of GARDEN & LAWN TOOLS Blytheville's Most Complete Hardware Store! General Hardware & Appliance Co. Phone 3-4585 This woman, marooned by tlie angry Hood waters, lias her hopes pinned on you! For it's through you thai Red Cross help comes. It is through you that your Red Cro»s thrives — to help when disaster strikes, when a serviceman need* assistance and when blood or first aid can save »life. Rcmembcr-thc hopes ol millions are pinned on you. You can help by pinning the Red Cross button to your lapel Hefpncr... Join and S«rv«f THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK With Our Exclusive Mycel Cleaning Process Mycel not only c/eons, but /eaves your clothes stain and wrinkle resistant too — Call Peerless and try Mycel Today! 1 DAY SERVICE (on Request) 2-2433 PICKUP AND DELIVERY PEERLESS CLEANERS 416 S. Franklin St. Blythevill*, Ark. Actor Robert Newton Dies BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. W) — I British actor Eobert, Newton, the wily, gravel-voiced Long John Silver of television and the movies, died at his home yesterday of a heart attack. He was 50. Although he had had a heart ailment, his death .was unexpected. His wife, the former publicist Vera Budnick, sobbed as she told a reporter: "He was having a glass of water. He just keeled over. There was nothing anyone coluld do." Newton returned to Hollywood last June after a year In Australia, where he made a film version of "Long John Silver" and filmed 26 half-hour television shows based on Traffic Safety Class Planned For Youngsters LOUISVILLE, Ky. Iff)— Louisville youngsters will learn traffic safety early in life if Mayor Andrew Bro- addns has his way. The mayor says he is planning a junior size street system with miniature sidewalks,, traffic signals, signs and possibly small motor-dri- : ven ears. It would be used as an outdoor traffic "classroom" for children. The mayor, who saw . such a project in Munich, Germany, last summer, commented : "We not only would be teaching our youngsters traffic safety, but also respect for our traffic laws and our policemen." the character. Only last year he said he intended to take out American citizenship. The veteran of stage, screen and television was one of the top character actors in the business, excelling In salty, slightly disreputable types. He first appeared, in the United States in the mid-1920s. From 1947 through 1951 he was voted one of the top 10 moneymakers in British films. One of his best recent movie roles was as Androcles in "Androcles and the Lion." He leaves three children: Kim, 18 months, by his fourth wife, Ver; Nicholas, 5, by his third wife, the former Natalie Newhouse of London, and a daughter. Sally, 24, by his first wife. WARNING ORDER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS City of BIytheville, Ark., Pltf. vs. Elsie O. Goodrich and No. 4,863 W. .1. Goodrich, Dfts. The defendants, W. N. Goodrich and Elsie O. Goodrich, are hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, City of | BIytheville, Ark. Dated this 2'lth day of March, GEEALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By DONNA, SIMMONS, D. C. Marcus Evrartl, Atty. for Pltf. 3/26-4/2-9-16 WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Yvonne Briggins, Pltf. vs. No. 13,250 J. W. Briggins, Dft. The defendant, J. W. Briggins, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Yvonne Briggins. Dated this 23rd day of Marhc, 1956. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, rf. C. Claude P. Cooper, Atty. for Pltf. Ed B. Cook, Atty. ad litem. 3/26-4/2-9-16 Northeast Arkansas' Most Popular Theatre Last Times Tonight! Hear DR. ROY L. 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