The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1953 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY. MAT IT, 1MI Poulson Is Los Angeles New Mayor Congressman Ends Bowron's Long Reign LOS ANGELES H) — Congressman Morris Poulson, an Oregon farm boy who came here to try his luck in the big city, has ended the 15-year reign of Mayor Fletcher Bowron. A staunch advocate of economy In government, the 67-year-old republican now in Bis fifth term in the House of Representatives, scored a decisive victory in yes- 'terday's non-partisan election. He'll asume the $18,000-a-year job as leader of the nation's fourth largest city on July 1. Bowron, also a Republican, trailed by SB.TO votes in the semiofficial count today. Returns from 2900 of 3641 precincts gave Poulson 227,179 and Bowron 198,398. The 65-year-old mayor waged a heated campaign to retain the job he's held since 1938. He conceded defeat shortly before midnight, wishing Poulson "every success in the opportunity he has to carry forward the traditions of honesty, integrity, and clean government which the people of Los Angeles so richly deserve." The congressman, who led Bowron by some 32,000 votes in the April primary, said in a victory statement: "In this moment of victory, there is no room for the rancor and bitterness which manifested itself during the latter part of the campaign. I extend my good wishes to Mayor Bowron for his contribution to public life." Two bond issues totaling 80 million dollars failed to get the necessary two-thirds vote for passage. Proposed were a 27 million dollar auditorium and 33 million for airport improvements. The slam bang campaign for mayor drew a turnout of approximately one-half million voters. Read Courier Mews Classified Ads. ^«*!»w^»re^»^^«'<- - ' ->• -• -"EXER".' NO.' i" «, Z31--Q V7 7 T 'v / J i ••t i ,.i ! < i , • ISO' MINIMUM APPROACH / SYMBOLS • - BALLS • ' BARRELS A «• STANCHIONS 1 JQ'-Q^. EXER. NQ 5 •Mllwl Jo* Skato The earliest known Ice skate «»3 that of the bone runner, »nd was found at BJorko, Sweden, a town which flourished between the 8th |tnd 10* eenturlei. the Encyclopedia Britannic*. Running water la available only to 22 of every 100 commercial farm families ID the United State*. Ahoy there, C. F. If you want a real bourbon and soda.- don't just ask for bourbon, ask for Bourbon de Luxet 4 84 4/5 Qt FULLY AGED KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY THIS WHISKEY IS 4 YEARS OLD 86 PROOF • THE BOURBON DE LUXE COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY LAYOUT FOR JAYCEE-SPONSORED ROAD-E-O — Entries in forward and backward; judging distance and space while steering in the driving contest to be held at the air base Saturday will compete close quarter; parallel and angle parking; judging distance to front and rear of car; and starting and stopping smoothly. The driving n the course shown above to determine Blytheville's best teen-age ,_..,.• j ,, » i, tesl wlll be p rccec j e( j by a sn ort written examination at the Jaycee driver. The course includes tests in driving on a straight line, both ci^ronm. you /oof: % at ft.... ei/er. The thrilling new "Two-Ten" 4-Door Sedan, one of 16 beautiful models in 3 great new leriei. • IN BUYER PREFERENCE! • IN ECONOMY AND VALUE! Again this year—as in every single post-war year—more people are buying Chevrolcls than any other car. For the firs! 3 months alone, Chevrolet is over 20% ahead of the second-choice car. Nearly 2 million more people DOW drive Chevrolet! than auy other make. A public icrvUft program to promote lafer driving. Important new savings on gasoline! Lower .over-all costs of operation and upkeep! And again this year, Chevrolet is the lowest-priced line in its field. Come in and let us demonstrate o/l the Ways Chevrolet is ahead of its field. DACRON/WOO/ VIRACLE?. e you mix pleasure ivith business There's a way you can help make the work week nearly as comfortable as the weekend, this summer. It is to wear.a modern Viracle* tropical (55% man-made Dacron—45% wool) ... first and most famous of all Dacron/wool blends. Cooler, lighter, 1 more porous ... yet stronger, longer wearing... the Viracle* goes for weeks without pressing! Troueer creases stay sharp even in rain. Any wrinkles hang out overnight. Woven by Millihen, handsomely, comfortably tailored by Hart Schaffner & Marx in their new Trend model. .. stop in today. HART SCHAFFNER &MARX* MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR! T*l«vii!on—Every Tuciday and Thursday Evening TUNE IN THE DINAH SHORE SHOW ON NBC Kedig—Eviry Monday and Friday Evening • IN THE NEW THINGS YOU WANT! • IN NO-SHIFT DRIVING! New Fisher Body styling. New hish-compresMon power with a new 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame" engine in Powerglide* modcls- and an advanced 108-h.p, "Thrift-King" 'engine in gearshift models. New room, new durability, new safety. And- exclusivc to Chevrolet in its field-new Power Steering (optional at extra cost), With an entirely new Power- glide, Chevrolet's farther ahead than ever in automatic driving. A new automatic starting and passing range provides far greater acceleration from • standu.g start and greater passing ability in city driving. And you get far better gasoline mileage, too, on the regular grades of gasoline. CHEVROLET/ •Combination of Powerglide automatic transmission and 115-h.p. "Blue-Flame" engine optional on "Two-Ten" and Bel Air model* at extra cost. SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. 301 West Walnut Phon* 4578 as nationally advertised Mt._ LIFE

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