The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1955 · Page 18
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DKCKMBKR 28, 1988 Demo Hopefuls Butting Heads in Fight with GOP By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON (AP) — If the Democrats could just got a few more presidential i';uuii- datee to take off their sweaters aad run out on the field, they'd luive a pretty lively yatin- gOHlg. Jt may turn lively soon, and rough, too. While the Democratic hopefulsi there is no public clamor for .stari-t ulitn bucking the Republicans iheyl ling changes or innovation: are also knocking each other's heads together. One or more, may land in the political infirmary before the party's convention blows the whistle and picks a candidate. Adlai Stevenson and Sen, Este.s Kefauver of Tennessee are the only Democrats who have come right out and started running. They may have some company before convention next August. New York's Gov. AvereH Harriman says he's not an "active" candidate. But he acts tike a man! racing down the sidelines, hoping for a forward pass and yelling! "Hey, fellahs, look at me." Two other governors — Ohio'. Frank Lausche and Michigan's G Mennen Williams — at the momen «eem bothered by restra int bu only to the point of not saying they're candidates. They're sun making sounds like candidates. Favorite Son Lausche simply says he will be his state's "favorite son" candi date, which can be interpreted as meaning he won't stump the coun try for the nomination but woulc love to get it at the*convention Williams, like Harriman, bashful. Both have hit Stevenson over the head with a charge which to some people, may seem as deadly as a balloon. They complain he want* to follow a moderate oours*. But there are probably plenty who disagree with them if they think they sound more aggressive or progressive than Stevenson. One thing is certain: they can't be sensationally different and expect their party's nomination. Good Reason There's a good reason: The Democrats at this point in history — & time of high prosperity when just last Friday, announcing his candi- again-t r.ich other— dacy, was a collection of gener- lion Bank's Blush Was Showing STROUDSBURG, p&. wi — n •^umUln't happen to a bank. Bm :t did, \Vhrn t,he Strouclsburg Security Tin--! Co optMH'il for business Mon- (ia.v, u \vas found that the autoni.it- ;c' unit 1 ! 1 device on the vault had ':.!'«•!! SOL improperly over the urc'r:- rr.;i -iiui would not release the hvk u:.'i! TiU'sciiiy. Si., <>\vn .is you and I, faced \v:':i .1 : iinM.iLio 01 ready cash, oiik-iuS h< .uii'i! for the nearest bank -- in ;lii.- i:.i ;f. the Stroudsburg Fi:\~( N.iiii'JKtl itcro.-s the street. Symp.i- tJH-iu- coIlL-anuos advanced the <-:H- !.-oed applicants $13,000 for tin- Performance Set Near Russians ANCHORAGE. Alaska I* — A Hollywood tvouue on tour o{ Alaska military installations will ^ive a New Year's Eve show almost within on-shot, of Russian-held lerri- uny. The show will be performed before a small Ki'oup of American servicemen in a remote defense outpost at Wales, on the western tip of the Seu'anl Peninsula. It is less thun 3d miles across the Her- ins Strait from Soviet-occupied Hi;: Diomede Isliuui. Comedian Ben Yo.-t lu-uds the 1C Tin- chow, or chowchow, IIOL - oi Ciiuia have wholly blue or iihcs iunyues and lips, being the viiiy dogs so marked. Centrally Located For Easy Shopping p j>* r f cJLenel Remodeled HI-WAY DRUG ril-TT>\l UK.UU Trentis Holder, Keg. I'hurmacist & iVlgr. Charles Itrojidun. owner Main at Division 1'hone 2-2019 NEW YEAR'S EVE DANCE JOHNNY GREER AND HIS SOUTHERNAIRES 9:00 TIL 1:00 American Legion Auditorium ADMISSION $3.00 PER COUPLE (Favors For Everyone) Tickets on Sale Floyd White's Shoe Sror« Sponsored by Dud Cason Post 21 of (he American Legion 2 Cats, Empty Kitty Blamed LOUISVILLE, Ky. i^—Two cats and an empty kitty came to light Jn municipal court Wednesday after Mrs. R. E. Shepherd was charged with uttering a worthless check. ; Attorneys gave this version'. 1 Mrs. Shepherd, Bedford, Ky., was determined to buy two Persian cats. Her husband was equally determined she wouldn't buy them. She wrote n $25 check for the cats. Her husband rushed to the bank and withdrew their funds. The check bounced when Mrs. Bera Secuakie, who raises Persian cats, tried to cash it. The warrant, was' issued. Judge Peter B. Muir amended the charge to a security warrant and Mrs. Shepherd was placed on h»r own bond lor six months. Parking Plan NEW YORK Wl — The City Planning Commission has approved construction of a giant underground parking garage in Brooklyn, first of its kind in the city. The $2,961,00 project, approved Wednesday, would ncconiTiiodate 682 automobiles. A 3.1 acre park would be built, on its roof in the Brooklyn Civic Center. Read Courier News Classified Ads Kirby Drug Store $150 For Your Old ELECTRIC RAZOR on a new Remington, Sclilck. Sunbeam, Ronson or Norelro Paint Closeout Type* aMl C«4«n i Price Htibbard Hardware New! Used! HOUSING PROBLEM? Right Now, HERE in BLYTHEVILLE You Can See Mobile Homes • Low Down Payment • Low Monthly Payments • Lowest Interest Rates GRASK MOBILE HOMES Of Blytheville, Ark, HlKhwi; 81 South Franchlscd dealer for over 50 NAME BRAND MOBILE HOMES NEW! USED! ' f >.\ "" -*--• A\ •» ^ &£fr i., £•'

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