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June 9, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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TOM-YE BLYTHEVTIXE (ARK.) COURIER MK1f» MONDAY, JUKI I, 195J Gov. Fine Meets Ike, Has'Open Mind'onGOP NEW YORK 1*1—Gov. John Fine to meet tho general iioxt Friday »t of Penasylvanla, after R three-hour Elsenhower's farm, near Octtys- tnlk with Gen. Dwight 13. Eisenhower, says he still has an open mind about Republican presidential hopefuls. Fine adds that It may be some Jtme before he reaches n deciclon, which presumably may guide 32 officially uncommitted delegates from hia state to the GOP convention. The governor and the general met here yesterday at the Eisenhower residence on the Columbia University campus. Elsenhower is on leave from his post as President of Columbia. With tho Republican convention less than R month away, Eisenhower in his bid to win tho nomination has meetings scheduled here this week with delegates Ironi 15 Atlantic seaboard slates. Representatives of New Hampshire, Connecticut. Delaware and Massachusetts open the sessions this morning. Meet Is Important Yesterday's Elsenhower - Fine conference took on considerable importance because the 32 official ly uncommitted Pennsylvania dele, gates constitute, by themselves, n voting bloc bigger than entire dele gallons from many states. Fine said yesterday that Pcnn synvanla's 70 regular anil 10 alter nate delegates have been invited lurg, Pa. Ho\vver, the governor said he noes not expect the meeting to result In any definite action In sup jiorl of either Eisenhower or his chief opponent, Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio. Tuft Request! M<*t Pennsylvania delegates, Fine said, will meet wllh Taft at a similar meeting to be arranged later The governor said Tatt had re quested such a gathering. In addition to the 32 officially uncommitted Keystone Stale rcgu lar delegates, 20 have been re ported favoralllo to Eisenhower, and 18 to Taft. After talking will) Elsenhower, Fine told newsmen he would not influence the view ot the delegates but that he hoped the group wouli vote na a whole. Fine said he nnd Eisenhower ills cussed "specific Issues" and "prac tical politics." Tho governor odtlei Hint he wns "generally in agree ment" with Elsenhower's state monte, but lie would not elaborate beyond snylilK the general prom Iscd a vigorous campaign. He nl.so said he considered Tat "a great Senator" and hud warn ndtnirallon for Gen. DouRlfi.s Mac Arthur, who has been mentlonc as a possible candidate but ha said he is supporting Taft. Yugoslav Reports Say Russia Moving to Tighten Her Armies BELGRADE, Yugoslavia tflt — I ed the states «he dominates to rncut- Yugoslav papers report new Russian moves to tightly Integrate the armed force* of the Soviet's satellites and standardise their arms and training. i Soviet aim is to counter the drive toward unified defence on the Western side of the Iron Curtain, sold the news agency Yugo- presa. It reported "much attention goes into the expansion nnd development of tanks nnd mechanized units," bill said Russia had rfcbtrict- ]y tactical plaiiw such •& fighters. They have been allowed a few MIG15 JeU. Yugopress said the stepped-up program is under Soviet Marshal Nikolai Bulganln. Alliance members — Poland, Hungarian, Homonla, Czechoslovakia. Bulgaria and Albania—each reoprtcdly has a political and military representative on the overall staff. The Soviets maintain rigid control. i Bargains And Entertainment Galore Await You In Blytheville On Harriman Sees Tax Cut in Two Years; Low Income Groups Need First Relief man says he believes tnx cuts could come in a couple of years and that Mich relief liisl should apply to the lower income groups. The Mutual Security Administration bid for labor's support yesterday in his drive for the Democratic presidential nomination and before starting a tour of upstate areas. Harriman, New York's "favorite ron" candidate, met on two occa- Communist Party Asks Leaders To Dispute Ties w/f/i Moscow WASHINGTON fJV—The Communist party today called on some of its Imprisoned and indicted leaders to dispute under oath Ihe government's charge that American Sleds /nke their orders from Moscow. John Ontes, lonncr editor of the Dally Worker, was summoned from a federal penitentiary to be the party's first witncse ab R re- Bumed Communist - registration hearing before tho Subversive Activities Control Board. Gates IB serving a five-year term In Atlanta prison as a result of his 1949 conviction, along wllh 10 other chief officials of the parly, on charges of conspiring lo teach auri advocate the violent overthrow of the U.S. government. Born Sol Regenstrelf of New York Oily 36 years ago, antes hnrt be«n active In American communism ain«e hte teens. Be«fctM*fc>ii Required Ttw control board proceeding, now to its second year, Involves a demand by the U.S. attorney general that fche Communist Party of the United Statee be required to regteter with the Justice depart ment M a foreign - dominated group. Tt>« 1950 Internal Security Act provides for such registration, upon a showing of control from abroad. Registration entails disclosure of members' names and details of financing. During u .12-month presentation, started in the spring ol 1951, «ov- emniLMit attorneys attempted to establish through 22 witnesses — largely former party members — that Russia rims (he Heels in this country. The government completed Its case on April 2!i, just exactly a year to a day from the start of the hearings. In contrast, the party has Indicated plans for » relatively Uriel rebuttal, Vlto Marenntonlo, former New York congressman and chief counsel for the Communist party, lold a reporter: "We liojie to take not loo iong, because we feel Hint the attorney general Ime failed to make any case at all." lie said that after Gates testifies, other witnesses will include Eliza bcth Gnrlcy Flynn of New York City, member of the parly's na tlonal committee, anil Herbert Ap Iheker, Marxist historian on the faculty of Jefferson School In New York. Tali's 5. Dakota Margin: 613 County Canvass Shows Total Subject To Change by State SIOUX FALLS, 5.D-, till — Sen. Roherl A. Tnfl or Ohio got G13 11 a re voles than Gen. D\vigUt D. Elsenhower In last Tuesduy's South Dnkola presidential primary, ; loimty canvass showed SnLurdny. A state canvass, probably late h)s week, could alter the totals, reported ns 64,617 for Taft find C4.004 for Elsenhower. The unofficial count hint (jlven Taft 223 more votes; Eisenhower 1G. If the state canvass confirms the county totals, Tuft can officially pocket till 14 of South Dakota's delegates to the national GOP con vcntion next month. Based on the county figures, Tad won 50.241 per cent of the total; Elsenhower 49,764 per cent. A week before tho voting, ciU lors of South Dakota's daily news papers, surveyed by Ihc AP, lore cnst 61.2 of the vole would go ti Tnfl; 48.8 to Elsenhower. 6eti. Estes Kcfnuver of Tennes see polled 22,063 votes ntjain.s 11,014 for Sen. Hubert II. Hum phrey of Minnesota, the county canvass showed. Kerauver go 66.117 per cent; Humphrey 33.U82 The editors hud predicted Kefauvc would get 56.3 j ]cr cent In the vo (Ing for eight Democratic dele gates. Hunt Stepped Up for 'Blue Phantom' As 2 More Motorists Are Shot At SPRINGFIELD, 111. L7i — Stale police intensified their search today for the "Blue Phantom" gunman ot the Illinois highways as the number of motorists fired upon In two weeks mounted to 13. Two motorists reported yesterday they had been the targets of the mysterious gunman.. Both escaped without Injury. The shootings, first reported Iwo weeks ago, have Leon labeled the work of a "Blue Phantom" because most cf the victims said they were fired upon by the occupant or occupants of a dark blue automobile. Two of the 13 targets reported by state police suffered minor in inies from glass fragments o splintered windows. The shootings have been report ed us far norlh as Volo, In laik County, to V-Mleville. near St.Louis State police have set up road clocks In Central Illinois nnd a: airplane is on patvol duly ove lighways in an effort to snare Hi myscrious sniper. slon.s with CIO labor leaders—at. a if'ft'ptiOM and on a television program, At the reception, he said: "I Ijclievc there are two ways lo cut taxes In a couple of years . , . First, continue our investment in forurlty. and .second, expand our national Income. '•Loopholes In the tax system rhould be plugged. 1 believe that v.'hcn the time for reducing taxes cames, we ought to relieve the lo«v- er Inconi groups first." Will Steel Decision ut Truman in Race? MIAMI BEACH, Pla. (f\^~ Predict Truman may seek re-election. ccaiise of the Supreme Court, dc- n that he had no power to eixe the sU'e! industry, Sen. George imnlhcrs (D-Fla) says. Smathers said Truman's "dander up" and "there's Just a chance tiat he may run again." Japan Scorns Soviets' Move to Repatriate POW's 'for Treaty' PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. -11 BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the Stale of Arkansas and by the Senate, a majority of Alt the Memberh Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following Is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next general ele-c- ilon lor Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon In such election adopt such amendment, Ihc same shall become n part of the Constitution of Ihe State of Arkansas, to wit: • SECTION 1. That the Constitution of the State ol Arkansas be amended modifying Section ID of | Article 1 and Section 3 of Amendment No, 24 ol said Constitution, so as to provide for the election of a County Clerk In all of the said counties of the State, as follows: "The provisions for the election of a County Clerk upon a population basis tire hereby abolished and there may be elected a County Clerk In like manner as a Circuit Clerk, and in such caws, the County Clerk CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. -13 BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the State of Arkansas and by the Senate of Ihe Slate of Arkansas, a Majority of All the Members Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following is Hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next general elect ton for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon, at such im election, adopt such amendment, the same shall been me a part of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, lo-wit: Amendment No. la to Ihe Constitution of Ihe State of Arkansas, adopted by the electors nf this Stnte at the General Elrrtion held nnd conducted on the CtH day of November, 1928, is hereby nmciukd to teau as follmvs: SECTION 1. It belns? most apparent that privuU'ly operated factories Indus!ric.s nnd transporiatton facilities nro necessary fur the development, of a community and for the n."f\tare of its inhabitants, an annual tax of not exceeding one per cent of the assessed valuation nil taxable property within Ihe corporate boundaries (hereof may u levied by cities ot the first and second cb^.s tor the purpose of pro viciing funds fo be used for the ft of .sites within or withou may be ex oflicio'cierk of the Pro-! such cltics aud for lh * construc bate Court ol such county until otherwise provided by the General Assembly," This Amendment shall be In full force and effect upon and after its adoption, APPROVED. March 20, 1951. Secretary of Stnte C. G. MALI, lion of such sito.s of buildings othrr facilities, for lease or sale, fo the aforesaid purposes, or for th amortization of bonds bearing in tcrc&t at not more than fo\ir pe cent per annum Issued for sue purposes. SECTION 2 When petitioned b not less than ten per cent ol IV - report that Russia would-"- "repatriate 182,000 Jnp- sicesc prisoners "If Japan con- diKles a separate peace treaty with Russia" was written off to- tl!--> by Ihe Foreign Office as '•Just more Soviet propaganda." The i eport- was received in a messiiye from Hong Kong signed •y Mrs. Tom! Kora, a Japanese member who Inst week signed in Peiping a "people's trade agreement" with Red China. The Japanese government tins termed the pact worthless. (Blyfheviiie Value Days-Wed., June 11) by Felix Carney Looks as though shock treatment and psychoanalysis may Lie on the way out in mental hospitals. At least they're being aided and abetted by a new kind of treatment at Wayne County General Hospital in Detroit. Television is the new therapy. Doctors report that twisted tempers and nervous tensions are at a new low with patients who have the benefit of tele-viewing each day. Seems that the new medium has created quite a stir the mental patients . . and it's all for the cad Courier News Classified Ads llalilieci electors residing therein, lie City Council or other govern- ig body cil any sttcti city slinll call or nn election to be held not nr.ro h;in ninety ciny.s thiMC-nfter for tho urpose ol having the qualified loclov.s vote in the proposition. SECTION 3. The Genera] Assrm- .ly <0iall enact svich enabling lepis- ition as shall be required to effcc- iliito ilie niiT'.'-^t's heronf. APPROVED: March 20. 11551. Serrctrm- (if State C. Ci. HALL among there . best. Sounds like a good idea for the home too. What's better than coining home from the daily grind to relax and enjoy a first-rate wrestling match, comedy show or family forum? It's a great way to forget your troubles and : enjoy being with the family ] through an evening's entertainment. You're missing a bet if you don't have a modern, large-screen to enjoy. But we can take care of that for you anytime. Your television pleasure is our business. Drop in and see us. lie sure that you have a modern set. We have a fine selection of large screens and you're welcome to come in any time and choose your favorite model. Remember too, our trained technicians offer the best of installation and service ... at Bl.YTHK- VILLK SAI.KS CO. 109 K. Main St. Phone: SGlfi. 6 DAYS FREE TRIAL! We'll install absolutely I'RICK in your office or home a Ki-igidnirc Window Model Air Conditioner. Knjoy cool comfort for fi clays and if you're not completely satisfied . , . you're not obligated to buy. SHUT YOU* WMDOW ON HEAT. t>l*T, MS* TODAY/ Frigrdoit* Window-ModH Air Conditioners •fT«eriv*(y <oot, fllt.r, dry, »nt circv- lot* fr*th oir. 2 »lx»t— for horn* o* efftc*. USES NO WATER FRIGIDAIRE Wlmfew M«<i*4 AIR CONDITIONERS Halsell & Whit* Befor* You Buy HALSELL & WHITE Main Ir Division FURNITURE CO. Phon* 6096 LYTHEVILLE V Look For This Sign on Merchants' Windows • Hundreds of Bargains! • Free Entertainment! • Free Parking All Day! • Big Cash Prizes! -Attention Kids!Gel your Movie Tickets at any Participating Firm en BYD! (Children under 12, accompanied by parents, may obtain tickets from any merchant. This ticket will admit you to the Ritz Theatre for only 4c. Slim Rhodes And His Band Will Perform Throughout Day (on«hmst) See Tuesday s Courier News For The Announcement Of Hundreds Of Money Saving Values All Roads Lead to Blytheville Wednesday, June. 1 1

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