The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1955 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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PAGS TElf BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAT, MABCH Nixon Tells California GOP: Republicans Need Strength By BILL BECKER LOS ANGELES (AP) — Vice President Richard M. Nixon has sounded a call to California's Republicans — perhaps the strongest segment, of the GOP — to build a majority party by 1956. The young vice president, at President Eisenhower's behest, urged 2,6000 fellow southern California Republicans in one of three speeches yesterday to prepare "to do a big job this year and next." Nixon said bluntly the GOP won in J952 only because of its strong candidate and added: "The Republican party today is. not strong enough to elect a president." Nixon gave this insight into the President's views: "The cm rent situation is one'the President feels we should remedy and that's why he's taking hold of the Republican leadership at this time. He believes it's his responsibility to build the party so its strength will be as strong as that of the President himself," California, despite the Democratic trend nationally in the 1954 election, voted in 19 Republican and only 11 Democratic representatives 10 the. House. Its two sen- Republicans. Yet Democrats hold a substantial registration edge, as they do nationally. . Nixon did not disclose (he President's intentions for 1956 but said significantly: "I hope to work for the President again In 1956. The best way to see that he runs again is to build party power to the point where we can become the majority party." Tlie President sent a telegram here lauding Nixon for "his courage ano honesty" which "have earned him the respect of all who seek a better and stronger America." Before returning to Washington by plane, Nixon addressed the Los .Angeles World A/fairs Council last night on the administration's plans for boosting- latin-American trade. Nixon, who recently toured Central America and the Caribbean area, said those countries need more markets, capital, technical assistance and better communications. Private capital investment could handle most of the development, he said, but some govern- ment loans ard lower tariff barriers would be needed. "Communism has reached and passed its high water mark in the inter-American area," he said, predicting "more progress in Guatemala under Castillo Armas in the next two years than there was under a Communist government in the last 10." Wealthy Canadian Is Freed Of Charge of Armed Robbery TORONTO (IP) — John Leonard on Dec. 17, 1953. Smallman, the Smallman, who inherited more j lather of tiro children, testified he than two million dollars seven years ago. was free today after the Ontario Court of Appeals quashed his conviction on a charge of robbery with violence. Smallman, 21, was convicted last fall of participating in the beating and robbing of Lawrence T. Nash, a car salesman. Sentenced to 18 months in jail, he has been out on $1,000 bail awaiting the appeal decision. Smallnmn's attorney G. Arthur Martin contended in the appeal that Nash had gone to at least six bars the night of trie robbery and "there is no doubt that he .might have many of the facts of the evening confused." At the previous trial, Nash identified Smallman as one of the men who beat and robbed him of $41 met Nash in a cocktail bar but he denied taking part in the crime. Smallman inherited his fortune from an aunt when he was 14. Son's Marriage Is Contested LOS ANGELES (M— Movie executive Noah Dietrich has sued to invalidate the marriage of his son John to Betty Thorpe. Dietrich said in nis annulment complaint filed yesterday that his son was only 18 and Miss Thorpe 16 when they were wed last year in Juarez, Mexico. Dietrich, an' associate of industrialist Howard Hughes, said he had not given his consent to the marriage. TIME OUT FOR PEACE—A warm, noonday sun removes the chilly fear of war long enough to allow this laborer to doze on a pier at Keelung, Formosa. The little girl innocently standing by adds to this serene scene on the not-so-serene stronghold of Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalists. Who Is World's Top Movie Fan?-a Texan, Naturally IN MEMORY OF EVA PERON—Above is the sculptor's mode) of (he sarcophagus which will hold the remains of Eva Peron, the late First Lady of Argentina. It will be placed inside a 450-foot-high monument in Buenos Aires. The memorial, scheduled for completion in 1958 at an estimated cost of 53,000,000, will be topped by a 200-foot statue of an Argentine workman, By JAMES BACON HOLLYWOOD if) — Hollywood today discovered the world's greatest movie fan—a guy who has seen as many as seven different movies in one day. He's a Texan, naturally. George Raborn, a sports writer for the Waco-News Tribune, sees more movies than the head usher at Radio Ctiy Music Hall. Since 1932 he has seen 5,508 movies. He sn\v 500 before that- but they don't count because he didn't keep individual records on them. Raborn, who doesn't own a tele- vison set or a wife, has attended movies in 36 different states and five foreign countries. He has seen as many as 402 movies in one year. One month he saw 77. Doesn't Wear Glasses He does not wear glasses. Not only does he see all the movies, good and bad, that Hollywood produces but rates them all scien- tilically. That's how this town heard of him. He's just published a book called "How Hollywood Rates." Raborn rates each star in each picture he has seen basing his charts on face, physique and talent. "These ratings are done scientifically," he writes, "And I don't know myself who has won until I've checked, double-checked and triple-checked the final averages. Final averages don't matter in these ratings because some of my own favorites are ranked very low." Here are some of his.ratings: All-time male superstar — Clark Gable. All-time female superstar— Lana Turner. Most handsome — Rock Hudson. Best actor—Frederic March. Best actress—Bette Davis. All-time most beautiful — Lana Turner. All-time best figure—Ruth Roman. All-time most sex appeal- Marilyn Monroe. Best comedian—Groucho Marx. Best comedienne—Judy Holiday. Best movie—"A Place in the Sun' 1951. Worst all-time movie—"White Pongo" 1945. He also lists the 50 worst performances by actors and actresses but I'm a devout coward and live here. Waco, Tex...is a long ways off, even for an angry actor to seek revenge. ALMOST Bubonic plague, in the 14th century, came closer to exterminating; the human race than any other scourge. More than 60 million persons are believed to have died of the disease. PAINT SALE Now is the time for every one to get the greatest savings of the year on decorative material—Both inside and out!! FREE 1 4-Inch Brush Free with purchase of 5 gallons United Outside No. 52 paint. UNITED OUTSIDE No. 52 1 Fume and Mildew Proof Paint SPECIAL! UNITED ONE-COAT WHITE PAINT Made in white only ONE COAT $«65 FLAT - WHITE L ga i. ONE COAT $«.((] SEMI-ENAMEI 0 gal. ONE COAT $«90 OUTSIDE WHITE W gal. CLOSEOUT! On All Dutch Boy Paints • Flat Wall »Semi-Gloss Enamel • Quick-Dry Enamel UNITED FLATWALL PAINT-^wFor inside ceilings & woodwork. Covers in one coat. ™ G°'- I • I -7-ror n- . «j|k InriflA s 'de ceilings & J/Q Inside r?r- k .5r 41V FREE One Paint Roller Free with Purchase of First 2 Gallons United Flat- wall Paint. ARKANSAS PAINT & GLASS CO. 101 I. Miin St. —BlyHuvillt, Ark.— Phont 2-2272 II" 5 RICH, LINEN-LOOK JACKETS AND SLACKS YOUNG MEN Now you younger men can afford that million-dollar linen look. This Palm Beach fabric has the smart, nubby weave of costly imported linen. Plus the famous Palm Beach features: coolness, light weight, wrinkle-resistance, shape-insurance. Perfect for the casual life. Styled by Jayson ,,„- in color-coordinated slacks and jackets ~*~"~" ^•.•.<-*' .„.«"»•>" . you can wear 3 seasons a year. Sizes 34 lo •)(), regular and Long. MCMTi 24.H HACKS: S9S —Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Service— Martin's Mens Store "Everything for Mtn and Boys" Women in Nude Was Target of Phony Doctor GLASGOW, Scotland (/P) — A phony doctor who liked to examine women In the nude aroused little suspicion because people in the British welfare state "are so schooled to officialdom," a prosecutor said yesterday. "They are hesitant to challenge credentials," explained J. W. Gibb, prosecuting Charles Fraser, 26, on 22 charges of indecent behavior. Gibb said Praeer, carrying a shiny Wack briefcase, went around telling housewives he was an inspector in the city health department. He asked women to undress so he could examine them for scarlet fever spots. A great many did. Fraser admitted his guilt. He was held for sentencing by a higher court. Pretty Hearty WEST HAVERSTRAW, N. Y. <tf —Mrs. Susan Amelia Conklin is dead at the age of 103 after surviving lobar pneumonia when she was 99 and a broken' hip the following year. Mrs. Conklin, born Oct. 17, 1851, at Newfoundland, N.J., died yesterday at the home of her niece and only close relative, Mrs. Jenny Lawrence. The sound of a bee's hum is caused by the very rapid vibrations of the bee's wings. Man, 102, Thinks Not of Retirement SANTA BARBARA, CWM. (*) — Retire at the age of 661 WHY? demands Capt. George 0. MoOuirt, who IB 102 and still run* hit butl- ness. Hie company oatchw M Ifcm and ships them to zoo> and ofecuw all over the world. Capt. MoGUlr* has stunned many a wa Hon l»y clubbing It over .the head. Now the animals are trapped with n*ti. The captain just supervise* ttx business now. His employee orulM off nearby Santa Crui Inland to catch tile sea lions. 'Hung' Jurors READING, Pa. 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