The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 23, 1952
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MONDAY, JTTWE «, (ARK.) COTTRIE'R PAGE THREE The Campaign is or,-• Pretty Girls, Special Trains as Holt y d McMath Open Up ..By The Associated Press The fanfare ot Jack Holt's of- cess/ /caodidate for governor „ „ .aga' ,t McMath in 1948, officially ficial campaign opener plus the j op j<I his campaign at Mac Arthur announcement of special trains, IP f. in Little Rock Saturday night. pretty girls and all the other trap-/ /e denounced McMath's adminis- pings for Gov, McMath's starter' ,'anon KS "Ihe most corrupt, ir- kindled the political fires over ir>' /-"esponsible and arrogant regime of weekend. / (tyranny sines the days or the Holl, Little Rock attorney,/ ,- \ carpetbaggers." mer attorney general and u? ic- The 49-year-old Holt had next to nothing to say about his other :hre« Democratic opponents Ally. Gen. Ike Murry, Chancellor Francis Cherry and Rep. Boyd Tackett. But much of his talk was devoted to criticism of McMath. He pledged, among other things my untiring efforts lo take the Highway Department out of polities once and for all." Tackett spoke nt Sheridan and Murry's home town of Fordyce. At Sneridan. Saturday nis*ht, he charged that "a former governor seeking a fifth Ipm control of the governor's office is the chief operator nf a governor makers group. 1 He did not refer to any candidate or group by name or otherwise identify either. At Fordyce, Tackett called for voters support there during the run-off. He said he realized the> would vote for Murry as long as he was in the race. The Me. 1 Math organization announced Saturday thru four special trains would be dispatched to Pine Bluff next Saturday for the formal | opening of the governor's hid for j a third term. The trains will start | from Ft. Smith. Texarkana, Jones-; born and Little Rock, A parade is s?t for downtown Pine Bluff and McMath rviH speak I it 3 p.m., at TsyJor FieJd, it will | broadcast over 23 Arkansas radio stations, McMath announced that J i m Wallace of Searcy, Pete Kemp of j Truman n. and Diane Mack of Para- j gould would be in charge of a j "youth campaign" to a t t r a c t voters. Murry. the only candidate other than McMath still to open his campaign, will do so al North j Little Rock June 30. Judge Cherry announced he TVOU! remain in Little Rock Monday for | personal interviews ihen hit the \ road in Southeast Arkansas Tuesda | for inform ?1 campaigning — no; formal speeche.*;. j EVENING THE SCORE—Cpl. Ronald E. Rosier. 22, of Crooks- vills, Ohio. 50th man to win the Medal of Honor for action in Korea, is seeking to avenge th'e death of his brother, killed in combat. He is placing the 13th notch in his carbine stock, to record his "kill" during an engagement in January of this year. GETS WINGS —Jack Sartain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Sartain ot Osceola, received his wings Saturday morning at the Webb Air Force Base, Big Springs, Tex. He was also commissioned a second lieutenant and will return to Osceola on a 30-day furloiiph be for ft brinf! sent to Las Vegas. Nev,, where he will enter gunnery school. LI. Sartain graduated from Osceota High School in 1947 and attended the university of Arkansas foe thn-e years. He was employed one year oy the Eartaln Sand and Gravel Co., and entered the Air Force on Jan. 27, 105L Mr. and Mrs, Sartain and MIES Sarah Langs ton, fiancee of Lt. Eartain, flew to Big Springs Friday to be present for hia graduation. Mr. Sartain flew back and Mrs. Sartain will drive back tociay with her son ami Miss Langston. Average Income For Arkansans: $1,315 WASHINGTON' Bureau says thr> a nil Arkansnm, ns census, was $ _ Thf Census Trape Incomr of rprmrted In thf 315 annually, City dvrpllprs had avenspp tn- romrs nf SI WA nnnunllv. anrt pen- 1 pip who live in (he country-- bin are nof farmers- -earned nn averace nf j SI. 287. The pfritrv farmer.-; ss\id they earned ahnnf .^r^fl. Tlie nnrpav) also reported a 27. R per rent drop in Arkansas' farm population. aitli rirv nopulation riFlrv? 4?fl per reni tr> fi3fl.5<n. Some 417.093 non-fnmins were listed as living in mrfll arpas- Turnlnc to 0;e number of winur- rferl men and ivmnen in ArkansnF. the On sits R'lrraLi £i]rt 'hat .single men on farms svore abonl on a par •iVJth sinfllf woju^n in the cit.ip*. It said (Hrre is an pxre.=s of lp.- fi*>2 unmarried wliil' 1 fpmnlnc in the re^f of looryg un- males IS vine on cUip*. and nn ox m&rrlrd vhit.e farms. And, in 1«50. more ^irirnrriert m*u in the non- Lion Charged IWith Lockout fher* 1 were 1.983 hite ^vompn than fifiri areas. Of the ts], 'hpre 'vpre 2 R i3 nore* nd -v^rf. in-oir"" than men in Ar- kansR. e . dnrine 1950. Arkansas Men Meet With Ike in Dallas DALLAS, Tex i/P — Six of Ar- second ballot," he added, "seven 11-man nepi.iblK.Vf7i deJ<*ffa-;or eight would be for Elsenhower tion met with Gen. D'AML-IH n, and 3 or 4 for Ta/r." Eisenhower here Bnturrlnv night" Speck named the six member* •md Jefferson W. Sperk of French- who mode the tup &s: man's Bnyou trrmrti tho meeting, O^ro CVoh, Lirjle Rock, Arkan- 'hiRhly s!(?nificrmt," ; sar> chairman of the OOP Central Sperk, OOF' ciinriid.'Up for cov- Conirnitteo; W. L. Jnmieson, Mag- ernor of Arkansas and Fir-r-nhnwer noun, vice-chairman nf the Arkan/or President state chairman, said f^s OOP: Frank Reed, E! Dorado; lhaf "technically all nf Arkansas'i P. A. Teaaue, Berryvllle; Henry delegates are uncnnimmrri. but ; Craig, Caraway, member of th» that the Taft Rronp hn.s been 'Arkansas GOP Credentials Corn- claiming nine of'hom. ' miMce: and Harry Pollack, Ft. "T believe (lint when the first Smith, ballot is cast nt Chicago," Spork *;aid, "that five rlojcsales \vi1l he for Eisenhower, fi\ - e (or Tnfi, and one for Harold Sf.i.-^frj On i]tf Glazed tiles came Into general use Kuropp rturlnp the second, half (he I?th Century. In (he rimncerT Court. Chicka- s^ivba Pislrirt, Mississippi County. Arkansas. GoncraJ Contract Purrha c P Corporation and General Contract Corporation, Ptf> vs. No 12095 Jamc-E L Thomas, al=o known as Lloyd Thon'ias: Jean Thomas and Bert Warblncton, MISS NEW YO Lai(»hnry, 2J, of Brooklyn, give; a charming riispJay of the roa- sons for heing chosen "Miss New Ynrk." Jackie \v\}] play ho=t^s? to lr> foi-oign entrants in the Miss UniverFP Beautv Papeanl. when they pay 3 visit to New Vork. Erection of new stables for White Hou«e hor,5p.s cr«l $20,000 hi rhe aci- mini^irntion of President Pirrce. The defendants. James L. Thrvni- as, also known RS Lloyil Tlinmp.s. nnrt Jean Thomas, his wife, nre hereby warned to appear v.'itliin thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer (bft rnmptaint of the olaintiffp.. (jpuer- EL DORADO. Ark. ',?• — Union I al Contract Purchase Corpnrntf-in '. Open K:.'J» p.m. Show Starts al Dusk. 2 Shows Evorv Nile. LAST TIMES TONITE Drydoek to Float Again After Being Scuttled SINGAPORE fJP) — The world's largest floating dock, lying at the bottom of the Johore Straits with a 14,000 ton cruiser in , her basin, is to be refloated and' P er - on5 towed to Britain, for breaking up. The 24.750-ton Singapore floating dock, capable of holding a 50.000- ton ship, was scuttled by the Brit- 'iph to prevent it falling into Japa- ^»?ie hands before the fall of Sing- Says Suicide Rate Is High HONG KONG tJP^—A Hong Kong newspaper said today three or four re committing suicide every day in this British colony because of unemployment and financial difficulties. The Chinese-owned English language Hong Kong tSandard said the figures came from Its own survey. Hong Kong's economy has suffered from the Western blcckade of star logic materials to Red China. officials havfi charged Lion Oil Company with a "lockout" in what they said was a companv refusal tn allow 600 striking CIO Oil Workers to return to their jobs. Robert Goss. international representative of the OWIU. issued a statement following a meeting with Lion officials Saturday, in which he said the company refused '.o discuss disputed contract points or to discuss the so-called "lockout." Postal Men Elect President HOT SPRINGS, Ark. OP! — The nerv president o! thr- Arkansas Postal Supervisors Association is M. E. Martin of Van JJuren. He was named to suceed Gene Burks of North Little Rock at the ( clo?e of the group's 2-day meet here 7o Be Dedicated Saturday. i Gram-iHe Bradshaw of Jonesboro, JONESBORO. Ark. (jpj—The new was elected second vice-president $600.000 annex to St. Bernard's Hospital will be dedicated here July 1. Speakers will include Arthur McCain, president of Union Planters Bank at Memphis, and the Most and General Contrari Corporation, Datpd thi. 1 : 2lsl flay ol June. 105". Hflrvpy Morris. Clerk By Anita Sykes. D.C. Reia and Roy, attornpvs for p'!?. fi.-23-30 77-14 Read Courier Xews Classifieri Ads Jonesboro Hospital Annex The Japanese refloated it, hut al- I lied bombers sunk it again with the; Japanese, cruiser. Shiretoko, in her \ basin. The dock h as lain in th< >' p rominent Texarkano ,\ strait between Singapore and Malayan mainland ever since. the!' Planter Dies Suddenly TEXARKANA. Ark. UFi— Thomaj by the Association. At a Supervisor's A'JXiliary tneel- Ir.j. Mrs. Tnurman E. Rowlette ot Conway wa? elected president, succeeding Mrs. Lytle Brofl'n of Little | Rev Rock. Mrs. Orville Hurst o! Ft. Smith 'A-as nan\ed first vice-president snrt Mrs. Henry Yarnell of Searcy second vice-president. Albert L. Fletcher. Roman ! Catholic Bishop of Lilllp Rock Old Clock Reproduced From On/y <J Picture J. Hinton. owner of a large plantation near Index, Ark., and a prrmi- j COLUMBUS. O. UPt— Mike Shields incnt Millpr County businessman, : use d a picture of a 200-year-old clock as a model and made a clock by hand in his high school work- died yesterday at his Texarkana home of a heart attack. A native of Hope. Ark., he came chop here as a cotton buyer in 1900 for i " H e made a mahogany case and Kn-mmsky and MrFaddm. which fltlod tne e i ec tric, works and face, later became Kosmmsky. Son and. The c | o( . k fist been entered In the Forri indu.-trial arts competition at Hinton. Survivors include the widow, two Greenfield Village. dan^hter? end n fon. services will be held here tomorrow. j Bird-Watching Season I Ends, Curator Report* f V. L A JS D Lindbergh Matehbook Valuable to Collector Although widely grown tn the Western Hemisphere, coffee Is a native of the Old World. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. MONDAY & TUESDAY " NEW MEXICO Salley ForresI Keefe Brasselle 2 Cartoons & Comedy ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE Phone 4621 Show Starti Weekdays 7:00 p.m. Sat. & Sim. 1:00 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TONITE—2 HITS! . DOUGLAS-PARKER-BENDIX ,WIlllAHWLER'S n ' *tfrm» S'ONiY UiCstrrs' U Detective Story; A Paiamouol Picture Cnrlnnn & Short3 TUES.-V/ED.—2 FEATURES BUDDYNITE—2 FOR PRICE OF SHORTS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Dollar Niles Bring a Carful for a Dollar Lew Ayvcs. Marilyn Maxwell &- Robert Hulton \\\ JOE A -)iw £J^br*ji3i&[tt^f31 COMPLITI JHIJT MII»t IKOf »T»UCIU*M. JTIii • 0*3 AND IUCTIIC WfLDINO • GIN KtCAIKJ . ll»CK3MITM. IHO • HAKDWARI . MACHINI BLYTHEVliiE; ARkANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 ROYAL MONOGRAM —Queen F.lisabeth II has accepted the design, above, for her official monogram. The Royal Cypher was designed by Reynolds Stone, and prepared at the College of Arms. NEW YORK M»i — One of K: most yalnerl matchbooks among col- TV,, w H ! lEct ° rs is the one UEUetI 25 5' ears ,„ ~ The biri1 HE" this month when Charles Lincl- j "-atchers. 300 strong, had their final, hr] . gh ,., s honor cd at a luncheon in i flm? of the season recently svhen | lnR - Ho ,»] Aslor followins hi? epic | thry plimnsed the northward flight.' non-stop flicht from New York to L of hirrls to nesting grounds. ; p ar i ? ; In the six-weeks season. 182 spe- [ Tom Torrent. -o,-ho runs a Brook- nos of birds were seen. Haro'd E • | vrl hnhhy .-.-hop. says his faded copy \VaIlin. ciiralor nf education *', the ji s valued at SIOO but he won't sell Cleveland Museum of Natural His_ Jorv. rrnortrd Thirty-one of a possible 33 warblers were also noteri. Courier News CUsslfieri Ads i 6 DAYS Fl We'll install absolutely FREE in your office or home a Frigidaire Window Model Air Conditioner. Enjoy cool comfort for 6 days and if you're nol completely satisfied . . . you're not obligated lo buy. Sleep Cool Tonight! •Can be IntTalled q in moit ony window. 'Effectively cooli r filteri, dries, circulate* and veoti- latet with fresh air. 'Fomoui Meter-Miser mech» anitm canivi ipuclal 5-Year Warranly, 'Two tiiai—lor homei and afFkrt. USES NO WATER FRIGIDAIRE Window Mode! AIR CONDITIONER I HALSELL & WHITE 'Main & Division FURNITURE CO. . Phone 6096 NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 THE CHRYSLEK \EVT YORKER 6-PASSE.NGER SEDAN LAST TIMES TONITE "OKLAHOMA ANNIE" Judy Canova TUESDAY 'BASKETBALL FIX" John Ireland Marshall Thompson WED.-THURS. 'RETURN OF THE TEXAN" Dale Robertson Joanne Dru MIEN YOU TRY POWER STEERING... HERE'S MERE TO ei at cl t t j c .m.l You've heard alxrat it and read about it. Now, if you haven't felt what Power Steering r/oes for you in city driving or out on the highway, we invite you tn try it, first In a Chrysler New Yorker . . . where you will find fidl-time (nof, partial) Power Steering! What happens is this .. . You handle the steering wheel in normal fashion. But 4/5 of all the work is done for you hy hydraulic power, constantly at your command. Alpo, you turn the whrel 1/3 left distanc* now for every maneuver . . . Uie feeling you get of utter control is as wonderful as it is new. Even at a standstill you can -him the wheel easily. Now, parking is shorn of its troubles fand fatigue!) . . . and you can negotiate traffic, awkward drives, and garage doon= precisely and with ease. You can douhle the longest day'?, drive you've ever known . . .- enrl up free from arm and ahoulder strain. Rough roads, soft shoulders, snow, mud? . . . the power that helps you steer now prevents the car's wheels from "steering hack" at you. The course you set i? held, at any speed, til] you want it changed. Yet, with t.hia 5-timea greater control, the .-a me. "wheel foci" la always Why not come try it? I.earn for yourself why growing thousand? of motorist? ?ay thev'll nover he without Fuil-Uine Power Steering from now on! THE FIVF.ST CVR AMERICA a\S YET rUOBVf.ED T.I. SEAY MOTOR CO. • 121 E. Main Street

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