The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1954 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 7, 1954
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Democrats' Choice of Butler Huge Success for Stevenson By DON" WHITEHEAD WASHINGTON (AP) — Acllai Stevenson and his lieutenants have completed one of Ihc most subtle and successful campaigns of recent political history with the election of Paul M. Butler of Indiana as Democratic national chairman. The choice of Butler is in reality the climax of a two-year drive by Stevenson to overhaul the party machinery, heal old wounds, wipe out a campaign deficit of some ?800,000 and restore the unity which was shattered in the election of 1952. was heeded and which may well In this period, the party's center of gravity has shifted from former President Harry S. Truman lo Stevenson, who is now by all odds the party's strong man. And perhaps it was planned that way by Stevenson. But the important thing politically is that Stevenson has achieved his goals with no loss of political face for any faction in the party. He has left no apparent wounds to be healed or untidy c w ki r-i • messes to be cleaned up later. His JOutn Viet Nom Claims popularity appears to be high in Plot Threatens All ^"^^X!^ Indochina and Formosa by president Elsenhower. Stevenson set out on his course. By JOHN RODERICK Good Job SAIGON, Viet Nam Uft — The | Through Stevenson's influence. South Viet Nam army claimed to- I his old friend Stephen Mitchell had Chinese,VietNam Reds Said Pledge To Military Aid have given the Democrats the extra punch they needed to gain control of Congress. The payoff on Stevenson's political skill came at New Orleans last Saturday when his choice, Butler, was elected easily to the Democratic chairmanship with 10 of the national committee's 105 votes. Just about the unly question left to be answered is this: Will Stevenson use this political finesse to gain his party's presidential nom-j Ination in 1956? i A great many political experts | think he will. i CHRISTMAS CAROL BY CHARLES DICKENS And he showed Scrooge the shops, rich to bursting with the abundance of Christmas. jrch bchS rang from every toge saw the people ftock- n their best clotKes and 'ith Ilicir gayest locei. day that the Vietnamese Communists and the Chinese Reds have signed a secret pledge to help 'each other in any military operations to achieve their No. \ objective— Formosa for the Chinese and the rest of Indochina for Ho Chi Minn's vietminh. The army said in a regular broadcast today that the reported agreement, signed recently in Pei- ping, also provides for joint Russian-Chinese-Vietnamese control of lhe big North Indochina port of Haiphong, which the French and South Vietnamese under the Geneva agreement are to tede to Ho Chi Minh's North Viet Nam forces by the middle or next May. ' The Vietminh already have taken over all of North Viet Nam except the Haiphon area. The South Vietnamese broadcast gave these details of the reported agreement: 1. The Vietnamese Communists will send an undesignated number of troops to participate in any attack on Formosa. 2. In exchange, the Chinese Reds promised to send "important forces" to North Viet Nam in the event it becomes necessary to resume hostilities in Indochina. Under the terms of the Geneva armistice, North and South Viet Nam are to be unified by countrywide elections not later than July 1956. The Vietminh so far expect to win in any such vote. 3. Haiphong,- Indochina's No. 2 port, will be turned into a powerful naval and army base for any future advance southward. Peiping been named Democratic national chairman. Mitchell \v fl s little known on the national political scene, but he worked hard to win friends and influence people. And . politicians generally agree he did j g Red China Reports Record Harvest Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Four building permits were issued by lhe city engineer last week including two houses, one addition and a storage building. Hcnrv E. Thompson, for $10 and Acres Subdivision. I other considerations. Lol 10, Block| J. A. nnd Kathryn Ford lo Mary : James K. 3 David Acres Subdivision. 1C. Nelson, for $10 and other con-' vs. W. P. and Josephine Carter to sideralions. Lol 10, Block 1, Park- tlu caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, James K. Travis. Dated this 24th day of November. 1954. SEAL C.13RALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS. D. O. Claude F. Cooper, Atty. for PHf. Ed B. Cook, Atty. Art Litem. 11/30-12/1-14-31 AMtDlTA'C "My youngiten AlYltKllA J never liked to Mother-and-Child *'*? ordinary ? «-. rM/nDITC P'rin. Now I jivo rAVUKIIt St. Joseph Aspinn ForChildreni They really like its orange flavor." MRS. 0. DRAKI Chicato, m. . . \V. J. nnd Bess Sanders, for $15.01)0, view Addition. Lot ?. and pirn of Lot 3, SW quar-j prank and Ruby Blue to Harold ter. Sec. 18-THN-R8E. Wright, for Sit) and other cou.sid- J. W. ami Mary Tnylov to Mnr-{ e i-.ilion. Lol 11, Block 5, Country vin and Zulu Kcnwdghl. for j clubs Heights Addition. $10,500. 44.5 acres in SW quarter, j Nonl Simi() | cy Mdhvaln to Sec. 36-T15N-R11E. I Charles and Elsie Smith, for $10 C. H. and Pauline Abbott to B. ant | other considerations. 40 acres P. and Carrie Pity.Rerald, for]),, Sec. 17-T15N-R10E. ', 510.000. 40 acres in Sec. 2-T15N-; M ,. ;i Addie M. While to Andrew ! RI1E. . and Virginia Muyo, lor $10 and lona Phillips Banks lo Allic ,,„]„,,. considerations. W pan ol SI5 Bunks, Robort, Kuykendall nndl^um-ior, NE quarter, Sec. 1-T15N- a good job for his party and for Stevenson. Stevenson paid court to the Southland. He soothed the Southerners, whose pride had been hurt in the fight over the "loyalty oath" in the 1952 national convention. He made friends for himself in Dixie where feeling had run so high against Harry Truman. And yet while wooing the South, he didn't snub Truman. He often conferred with him and managed to keep his support. Stevenson never displayed this political finesse to better advantage than he did early last September when Democratic leaders met in Kansas City to plan a fundraising drive and to map campaign strategy. A metric ton is 2,204.6 pounds, j w A sharp obtained a permit j o . E. and Zillah Hueter to J, O.![ jUt 5 Block 3 Hays Addition io The broadcast, heard here yester-; to build a $300 one-room addition j . m[i Fran i; Hounoll, for S180. W 45 ijoachvillc day, said most of the gain was made j al S31 cllirlc as flu) Ada C. Robin- ft. of L O ( 7, Block A. O. J. HCMI-j George nnd Deluma Wins* lo in wheat, a four-million-ton in- son f or a 5300 storage building at ter's First Addition to Leachville. , . The rice crop was down 1 10 o5 W est Main, slightly, it said, because of floods. No figures were 'given. 438 Caught in Japan TOKYO iA"i—The newspaper Ninon Keizai said today 438 South Koreans, mostly youths trying to escape the draft, were captured in the last two momiu trying to slip into Japan. Deferred to Truman ^ Stevenson could easily have dom- j ^ in week were: Robert L. Smiley to Van H. Smiley, for $1. third Interest in W hal'f of Lots 31, 32, 33. 34, Block A Smith's Addition to Leachville. W. L. and Eugenia Clark, Jr., to W. L. and Lnla Clark, for $10 and other considerations, Lot 2, Jackson Second Addition. W. L. and Lula Clark to W. L. nnd Eugenia Clark, Jr., for $10 ,., , n v r v r r> i, n r B i Hncl olhcl ' considerations. Lot 2. W A R .N I .N G 0 It D t R | j kson Secolld Addition. Ezell Cothran and Mary Lee Ml , nno iia Courts Inc. to LaVern Cothran, his wife, are warned to d Evelyn Holt for $1. Lot 3. , Nora Leo, for $275, Lot 4, Elliotl E. C. and Ethel Oosn ,to Curtis | Addition. Real estate transfers recorded |J. Loveless, lor $4.000, Lots 9 and! . , . ihe circuit clerU's office last 110. Block 3, Sparks Addition loj , ' I Dell. ! W A It X I N (i 0 It I> I'J K inated that meeting; had he wished. But instead he deferred to Truman | si , , and encouraged Truman to take j (hirty dttys nexl ,, [t( ,,. lhe dllte the spotlight. Truman responded by urging the . lne Cnlinccry Courl tor cl , lcltnsawbll District ot Mis- sissippi County , Arkansas, within , Block B, John B. Walker Second Subdivision. Magnolia Courts Inc. to James and Oletha Parrish. for $1, Lot 9. ' hereof, to answer a complaint filed j g,' oc| r A ; Joml B Walkcl . second .against them in said court by 1 S,",,,,,,,!^,,,, party to double its campaign fund j B lylheville Federal Savings and „'"„„„ Courts to I H and in the fight for control of Congress Loan Assoclallon . i M j^f ^^ t5 , or ° $ ^ " O t 12, Dated this November 29th, 1954.! mock 2, chickasawba Gardens SEAL I Addition. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk, j Kemp and Mary Whlsenhunt to —an appeal, incidentally, which will send specialists and teclmi clans to assist in the buildup of the port. There was no immediate comment on the report from French or American sources in Saigon. By OPAL DOYLE, D.C. Marcus Evv.u-d, Ally, for PHf. Jesse Taylor. Atty. Ad Litem. U '30-12. 7-14-21 S. D. and Beulah McGce. for exchange of property, Lot 45 of original survey of Blytheville. Chester and Martha Mitchell to Thunderbird Styling THE FORD THUNDERBIRD INSPIRED TH€ MAUTY OF FORD'S FOUR HEW HIOH-STYIS LINES FOR 1955 Whether you choose one of the new Fairlane models, Customline models, Mainline models, or one of the 5 new Ford station wagons—your Ford is sure to set the fashion note for '55. Trigger-Torque Power FORD'S NEW Y-ELOCK V-8'S ARE WIDE-AWAKE POWER AT ITS RESPONSIVE BEST Ford's new 162-h.p. Y-block V-8 or 182-h.p. Y-block Special V-8 brings you new Trigger-Torque power. Such Ford advances as new turbo-wedge combustion chambers and new turbo-action spark plugs (a Ford "first") bring you speed-trigger getaways . . . extra bursts of power for faster, easier passing . . . and extra hill-climbing power. Only Ford, builder of more V-8's than all other makers combined, could bring you these great new Y-block V-8's. They're the top triumph of Ford's 2-3 years of V-8 experience. Feel Angle-Poised Ride FORD'S FAMOUS BALL-JOINT FRONT SUSPENSION IS ADVANCED FOR '55 ... TO GIVE A STILL BETTER RIDE This year, Ford has re-engineered its front suspension to reduce road-joint jar. Springs are tilted at an angle so they absorb road shock from the front as well as straight up from beneath the wheels. This results in a new Angle-Poised Ride that cushions minor flaws of pamii roads as well as big bumps. '55 FORD wf coRDMity iNvrrc you ro Co/we m fot * resr DKIVC TODAY PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Broadway & Chickatawba Phont 3-4453 If YOU'M Interested in an A-l U»cd Car—Bt Sure to See Your Ford Dealer— Magnolia Courts Inc. to Dessie .lay Jones, for $1 and other con- idcratlons, Lot 3, Block 5, David] IN THE UIIAN'CKKY COUKT. CHICKASAWIi.A DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTV, hereby warned lo appear withini thirlv davs in the court mimed in DREIFUS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! Yes! Pay on/y $1 for this 40 PC. Dinnemare Set when you buy this splendid Wm. A. ROGERS Reinforced SILVERPLATE Opsn Sfoek Pfi You get all these 90 pieces for only $29.95 plus $1.00 I WM. A. ROGERS f SILVER PLATE $0 PIECES • . 16leaipooni • soup ipoont • 8 dinner forki • 8 lalod forks • 8 dinner knivet thollow fronc/lei slaiflan iteel> • 1 >ug<" • 1 biriltr knifi 40 PIECE DINNfRWAM SET • • Mup platti • ft tavK«r> • 8 brtad and burton Veil You SAVE 113.35 ofl lti« open itock price of lhe jilvcr- plate AND you got the bargain af your lifeline ... lhe 40 piece of dinner ware proclicglly ol a GIFT. HURRY. DHEIFUS Meet Dreifus W. Wear Diamond^ :ilfi WEST M/U\ ST.

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