The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1952 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1952 BLYTHEVIIXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE HAL BOYLE'S COLUMN Heard About Pat and Mike? Here's One About Pat and Ike NEW YORK in—You've heard •11 the stores ' about. Pat and Mike. Well, this one's about Pat and lie. They look alike. His strong; facial resemblance to Gen. Ike Eisenhower hay tieen one long comedy of errors to Rclinan good part of those years reporting (Pat) Morin, Pulitzer prize winning j the varied activities of Ike in war and peace. "I don't see the resemblance myself," said Pat, "bui other people reporter for the Associated Press. It began nine years ago when Pat was first mistaken for Ike. And it has gone on intermittently ever since, as Pat has spent a • ; CROCERY AIRLIFT FOR ALASKA—Pending settlement of the West Coast maritime strike, groceries are being airlifted to Alaskan communities dependent on shipping for their supplies. Nome and Fairbanks are among the communities hit by the month-old strike. Testimony Today Against Movieman Howard Hugh LOS ANGELES (/P)—British actress Jean Simmons is scheduled to testify tociay in defense of her claim that Howard Hughes' RKO Studio repudiated her contract, then "blacklisted" her with other studios Miss Simmons and her husband actor Stewart Granger, are suing RKO for $250.Cf)<l damages. The trial is in its second week. Indiana Demos To Stevenson They'll Assist Illinois Governor In Any Nomination Bid By LOUIS J. KRAMP INDIANAPOLIS Iff 1 ) —The bulk of Indiana's 26-vote delegation to the Democratic National Convention appeared today to be available to help Oov. Adlai E. Stevenson of Illinois win the party's presidential nomination. Twenty - two lull - vote delegates were named last night in 11 separate congerssional district can- causes. Eight half-vote delegates were to be formally chosen today in i state convention. There are 30 delegates with » total of 26 votes. None Is pledged or formally Instructed for any candidate. The convention prepared to nom- , buildings, uprooted tr inate Oov. Henry F. Schricker, a „ .„ , ' . , . strong Stevenson backer, for U.S. llvestock - At 'east tw, senator. Schricker, the party's No. 1 ' ' ~'~— —' voe-getter in Indiana since 1940, will oppose Republican Sen. William E. Jenner in the November election. Almost Unanimous Charles Skillcn, state Democratic chairman, said his survey of tile delegates showed they are "generally favorable, If not unanimously" for Stevenson. An unoffical Associated Press survey showed 15 votes in favor ot Stevenson; one for Sen. Estos Ke- lauver of Tennessee; six undecided, and four unavailable or not stating K preference. Schricker controls ihe state committee and probably could deliver most of the 26 votes at Chicago. The state committee a month ago plumped publicly for Stevenson. It secretly chose cis;ht at-large delegates yesterday, each with one-halt vote. All eight are reported to favor Stvenson. and needed only formal convention ratification today. do." The other people include Pat's wife. If they are not mistaking Pat for Ike when they are apart, they mistake Pat for Ike's younger brother when the two are at tire same event. Pat is tall, balding and 44. Ike is tall, balding and 02. The first instance of this "look- alike" trouble cost Pat the annoyance of a king. In French Village "It happened in a Flench village outside Bizerte during the tour of the North African battlefront made by the hue King George VI In 19-13," Pat recalled. "I was among a group of eight or 10 reporters assigned to travel in his motorcade. Several ot us were In the motor car immediately behind the king's. "While King George was being rccted by the village officials, frenchman in the crowd looked in ur car, spotted me, and cried: Look, there's General Eisenhower, oo! "Part of the crowd began surg- ng excitedly around us. All I coulc do was scrunch down in the car. rylng to look as small as possible kept saying in French: 'No, no •ou are mistaken.' "The king, who was a grand guy laturally was annoyed at the dis .urbnnce. He thought some of us were clowning around during tlv welcoming ceremony. He spui iround and we got the full bias of a royal frown. "Later his aides put bin straight." But minor versions of the same thing have been going on ever since. "What gets me is that people who mistake nre for Ike get mad at me when they discover I am not 'their hero," Pat said. Wind and Rain Sweeps Iowa DBS MOINES UP) — A violen wind and rain storm thunderct across most of Iowa last night caus ing property and crop damage esti mated at thousands of dollars. The strong winds, which ap preached near tornado conditions in Cherokee County, disrupted coin munications, demolished farn rees and killed : o persons suffered minor injuries. NOSES OUT B-36—Eiglil jet engines, in pairs of Iwo. power the Convair YH-60. shown in tills first imrctouched ground view of the new sky giant, now undergoing tests at Fort Worth, Tex. The swept-wing bomber is even larger lhan the B-36, largest plant- now operational in the Air Force. Air Force authorities say that the ship has a wingspan ol 200 feel, length of 171 (eel. and height from eroimd to top of tail of 50 feet. It is nine feel longer than the ii-36, and three feet three inches higher. Some Reds Want to Stay KOJE ISLAND, Gorca (X* t — An Allied officer estimated today thai about 5 per cent of approximately 8.COO prisoners of war being screened have chosen to remain in South Korea. The officer emphasized it was an unofficial estimate. Screening of 45,000 captured Reds started yesterday. These were included in the TO.COO 1'OWs the U.N. previously said wanted to be repatriated. The prisoners are being encouraged % to ask to go nome, Sonic North Korean POWs slammed their red-starred Army caps to the ground today after telling screening teams they would not re 1 turn to the Reds. Mock, but Grim Attack Planned but NEW YORK l/Ti— A mock grim A-bomb attack is planned on N'cw York today to teat the tion's air defenses. An Air Force B29, playing the role of an enemy pkine, is due to fly from a European base and attempt to attack at some unknown Chicago Cops Draw Fines of conspiring to deny the civil Bhts of Clark. A mob estimated al 5,000 rioted the suburb intermittently during lircc days, until Illinois National juard troops and police restored rder. Clark never moved into the aprlmcnt. Nicholas Berkos, ckfro town al- orney, also convicted of conspiracy will be, sentenced June 28. Thren other defendants were found innocent. They were Mayor Henry J. Saiidtisky, fire Marshal Theodore Wesnlosvski ami Patrolman Frank Janccck. The chrysanthemum probably has been kno',sn for 2.000 years, 6 DAYS FREE TRIAL! We'll insliill absolutely 1"RK1 ; ; in your office or home a Fugiilairc Window Model Air Conditioner. Knjoy cool comfort for (I days and if you're not completely; satisfied . . . you're w>l obligated to buy. CHICAGO Vf>— The chief of po lice and two policemen of suburbs na- i Cicero were fined a total of SL',500 j yesterday as the result of riots last July touched off when a N'e^ro family attempted tx> move into the all-white suburb. Federal Judge Waller J. La buy (fined Chief Envin Konovsky 52,000 and Sst. Roland Brani and Patrol- Defending Jet planes .alerted by | man Frank A. Langc, $250 each, ground observers or radar stations. The three were convicted bv a hour. Con ba Inilalled qu-fcfcfy —' in mo si any window. Effectively cooli, filler*, dries, ciiculalei and ventilates wilh fiejh a\i, Famous Moter-Mjier mechanism camei special 5-Year Warranty, Two sires— for homei a/id bHicct. USES NO WATER Kefauver Calls For Prosperity NEW YORK W)-Sen. Estes Kefauver says the American people "want to retain the social and economic gains that we have made under Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry Truman." A vote for the Republican presidential candidate whoever he may be, adds Kefauver, wil be a vote "to bring back to power the same forces of reaction that fought the social progress of the last 20 years." Kefauver was here last night to speak at a fund-raising dinner for his campaign to win the Democratic presidential nomination. The dinner, given by Martin Tannenbaum, a fabrics firm executive, .reportedly brought In $25,000 to $30,000. The Tennessee senator said that "under the leadership of the Republican party we are not going to be able to carry out programs oi j social and economic progress." The United States Military Academy opened at West Point in 1802. are to try to intercept it. The man in the street won't know about the exercise. But motion pictures will be made from the p limes, civilian dele use centers, air bases, radar stations and other points. The films will be shown Sunday on television programs. federal jury on June 4 of denying the civil rights of Harvey E. Clarke Jr.. a Negro who attempted lo move his family into a Cicero apartment. The jury also found Konovsky giiil- I Window Model AIR CONDITIONER HALSELL & WHITE Main & Division FURNITURE CO. Phone 6096 this summer with a FRIGIDAIRE Room Air Conditioner • Powered by money-saving Meter-Mis tr — backed by special 5-Year Warranty. • Coots, filler*, drist, circulates and ventilates with fresh air. * "it* almost any window. * Ideal for homes and office*. Adams Appliance Co., Inc. • Sales J. W. Adams, Mgr. • Service 206-208 West Main Phone 2071 You Are Invited TO Cherokee Courts "OPEN Jailer Gets Note Of Apology LAWRENCEBURG. ICy. lift— Jailer Charles W. Young had an apologetic note today from n prisoner xho fled the county lorkup. Gordon Searcy. who broke out of jaii Saturday nirrlu. offered to make good a check for .S125 he was ac- cu:ed of forging last Dec. 30. It uas ca.-hed at a store. Jniler Youm.; Sound this pencil- written note: "I am sorry I taken this way but there was no other; I aim to pny Doc Moore if it costs me my lire. I just couldn't stay this other five months. T n : k for a chance to make good the check. I'll be bark as soon as I have the money to pay off everything ... so plcare rion't feel so hrml against, nre for what 1 ha%c done." The Trade-In Value Of A'51 Packard Tops Other Competitively Priced Cars By As Much As $ 490! The Dig Swing Is To The '52 Packard, For Value-Wise Bayers Are Discovering Packard Offers True Big-Car Comfort At Medium-Car Cost. Today's Packard, The Finest-Built Car For The Money, Is Your Best Motorcar Investment. Remember, 53% Of All Pochards Built Since 1899 Arc Still In Use! "Built Like A Packard" Means Built To Last! Russell Urges Steel Seizure PHOENIX. Ariz. Wj—Sen. Richard Russell (D-Ga) candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, last ntght advocated government seizure of the strike-bound steel Industry under authority of the 1940 Selective Service Act, Russell, who arrived here by private plane tor a round of polltica appearances today, said seizure *-ou]d be legal under a provision of the law dealing with industries Involved In defense production. "The American people hnve (?ot to push this arms program." he asserted. "It's the main issue bcfor* the country." I N C I N E E R • • Proof of Packard 1 ! greater value is primed for all 10 see in ihc Official Vied Car Guide. • • This reports'51 Packardt brinj; S60 10 S'(90 over other cars of similar original cost! • • High raiala value makes (he '52 Packard i sound bit). WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25 at 2:00 p.m. Blytheville's low-rent housing project for Negroes is completed and now being occupied. Everything is done except the landscaping. Dwelling Units 19-C and 19-D—27-A and 600-A will be open for inspection by the public from 2:00 P.M. until 4:30 P.M. Cherokee Courts is located on South Elm Street, just north of Harrison High School. The public is invited to come down and get a first hand look at Blytheville's second low-rent housing development which is a part of the program started years ago to relieve the unsanitary and inadequate housing available to citizens of law income. There will be no formal program—no speeches—just a look at what Blytheville is doing to improve the community wide housing conditions. Bring your friends and visitors and let them see it too. Housing Authority Of The City Of Blythevilie PACKARD • • Only Packard ha> Uttra- matjc*, proved (he smoothest, and safest automatic drive. • • Packard Eammatk Pow«r Brakef* assure faster stops — require 40% less foot pressure! • • Rafore paying $2500 for a cat, sec and drive a Packard 1 . ASK THE .(/,(:¥ WHO OU\VS O.YE 1952 PACKARD "200" 4-DOOR SEDAN delivered in BLYTHEVILLF $2,636 Optinnil c Mclewall (ir ttty slight!:' ties due (o J tocil <Jie-, ifiny. ujpmcni ind tvMie ;i extra Price* m»jr in nearby communi- shipping thir>;es- MOTOR SALES COMPANY 217 West Walnut Street Blytheville, Ark NOTICE TO APPLICANTS: Applications for occupancy at both Cherokee and Chickasaw Courts are received every week day at the administration building at Chickasaw Courts on South Division Street—telephone 6781. Only American citizens of good chiHucfer ore eligible to occupy units at either of the projects.

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