The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 30, 1952
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Murry to Unveil 14-Point Plan in Opening Speech Ally, Gen. Ike Murry. the last of five Democratic candidates for governor to ufficially open his campaign, is expected to delve on u i-i-jjuim program at his formal opener in North Little Rock tonight. Murry says his speech won't deal Appeal Filed By U.S. Printer Seeking Old Job BOISE. Itiaho lA'i—U. Orion T. Campbell, who says the government has spent half a million doling to kc'cp him rJ:sci;ar."ed f."-,'n a S5.-150- a-year job in the Government IViininn office, srtiil yi"l< rdny he had appealed his cave to the U S •Sum-emit Court, He was mtiticit liv the hlL-h court, he said, thai his brief had been filnd for the October term Oimpbrll. now slritioncd here with the Air FMrre. was elnnlov.-d bv the priniinij offitc before World War II. After his discharge from the Air Force, he claims, "he was rehired as ,1 new employe. He sued for his former po<;!lio'i mid uas upheld by a U. S. District Court in Washington. At that lime, a Justice Department attorney Mid the litigation had cost the government!] fllf a million dollars in generalities. lla said he'll talk about Gov Mc- Mnth, wlio opened his campaign lor a third term at Pine Bluff sat- ui-day. The attorney general's speech will begin at 8 p.m. willi a radio broadcast over a 2l-.station hookup Motorcades will bring Murry fans from Foj-dycc. Texarkann, Malvern Pine Bluff and Stuttgart. Cherry Cam-els Talk At the McMalh opener, attended by an estimated 7,000 persons, the third term candidate lashed into what he called "special interest Eroups," bin never mentioned any by name. The governor devoted n major portion of his address to his highway program and tile Higrmay I Audit Commission, which he charged was used as a weapon to "descreSil this .i<Jiimii.stratio<i....-uid eliminate me from politics m A'-[ kansus." • McMath left yeMprdav for Ihe 1 National Ciovernots Cunferc-nce at lloir-ton, Tt-x.. before diving into ;.n extensive sl.u, ; caiui>uii;n. He : will return co anend Prpsidont I Truaiall's detliealion of ihe Bull ! Shoals and Norfork di.ins Wednes-! _K.YTrTKTrT,LB (ARK.) rotrHTTTR day. Wheat- Storage Hurt- by Strike KANSAS C!TV M-,_ A su-ke of pram elevator employes virtually paraljzMi ivhrat-rcceiviim operations today in the Kansas biiy met- ronolitan area. 'Hie walk-out came with nearly 10CCO tar., of wheat siaiidim: on railroad sidings awaiting unlondin" The .American Federation of Gram Millers (AFL) seekin» higher wages, called Ihe strike yesterday a?an:st 15 of the 16 terminal ele- valors here. Members of a CIO union work at the Itilh elevator. nead^Courior News Claimed Ads. • Hep. Boyrt Tackett, who spoke i inch Sir-Math's tince other op- jpiiiieiiis at I'erryvillc Saturday also will attend the .Mountain Home dedication. Jack Holt, and Chancellor Francis Cherry, said ihey will c r o to Ur.xler county for the President's visit. Holt" said he will deliver .1 speech at Mountain Home Tuesday. N*« Names Called Chancellor Francis Cherry has .cancelled his plans to speak "in the same town Wednesday night in or- i!er to start a Little Rock talkathon. The Jonesbor judge is to stii"e a 24 hour radio talk, which wTll he carried on the five Little Hock stations at different times during the day. The talkathon will start 8 p.m. Wednesday and end 8 pm Thursday. His broadcast will be carried continuously. Jutnpin? from one station to another. The judge will face a ballery of telephones and will answer any questions about | Ihe Arknnsas political situation put to him by listeners. U.S. Citizens Set fo Spend, Harriman Says Candidate Answers Ohio Questions in Two-Way Broadcast i NEW YORK ,,1», _ Averell Hani- >iian says lie is cnntidem that the! American people are prepared lo spend (lie money necessary to fi- Irmmsl'a"'.''' - U -" ly aBamst Conl " llarriman, after „ nation-wide lour in his campaign tot the Demo- craticpresidential nomination, appeared yesterday on a Columbia Broadcasting System network lele- vision show, ••llamman Faces Ihe issues/ " , w «; s a lv,'o.way broadcast in which Harriman, In Now York an- Jiivercd Questions on forcinn and domestic policies asked !,y six itnnnly in-oiins Kalhcred in fr'on> of Ihe -Montgomery Cou.ilv Courthouse in Dayton, O. Harriman said that liie United hlatf-3. if present ami-Communist policies are comuiucd. need not be "frakl to Russia after a couple of years "because we will be able men to deal willi Stalin on our terms." Harriman, former u. S. Ambassador to Moscow, said he foresaw a Uve-and-let live situation in which the Communists would lose "round ami eventually disintegrate because of inherent weaknesses. Without mentioning other presidential candidates by name, Har- rimnn said voters should be on the lookout against men "who tell you now what should have been done five years ago." "Look at their voting record for the past five years K they happen 1" ' -v c been in n lo Congress," he added. W/iat Will Washington Think If Washington Gets to Washington? KPHRATA, Wa.Ol. w, _ .-send Washington to Washington for Washington." That's the way State Sen. Nat Washington of Epluata announced his candidacy today for Ihe Democratic nomination for conerewman-at-largc In the Sept 9 primaries. ' Friars Club Breaks Tradition tor Judy IjOS ANGELES IIP, - The half- century old Friars Club, actors' fraternal organization, broke tradition Last night at a testimonial dinner honoring Judy Garland and allowed women on the speakers' platform. Film players Rosalind Russell de Hruilland and Marie Wilson took the platform along with the men to pay tribute to Miss Garland as '•AIiss Show Business," 'Ike'Plans Rest From Job Today Aides Make Ready For Big Convention Move on Weekend DENVER fflv-ncsl ailri ,.,,, Ion l<Wri Gen. n«i e hi, a El , howtrs aBciida today. l le , 8(! ! 10 ' al " aiccl "Is scliedulc nf icial duties to the bone as his aides made ready for the moi-c to Chicago either Friday or Saturday With the exception of a 50-mtmite meeting tt ., ln dcleRatp.s Iron) North Dakota. Eisenhower was not in his headquarters yesterday. He went to church ivtth Mrs Fi- scnhower, played golf at the Cher, v Hills County Club, and lust night was finest of honor at a barbecue nt the home of a Iriend. His lop aides reportedly were considering n local radio broadest j,, which he would thank the people ft Denver for the way they luive treated him. his party mid th« delegates who have journeyed here in see him. The broadcast is tr-iiiaiiv."- ly .'el for Wednesday night bul no definite decision has been made. John HjeJItim of Jamesloun M n. OOP delegate and KUeiilmwr iifiosier. told reporters Ih.i1 "sruni- lous. defamatory literature" against, Kisenhower has licen pom-jus imo the slate. "So much Is Iji-iiiR received fioml anonj-moiis sources that I bohr-ie it! is lurniiur sympathy ui the teller-1 ill." Ilji'lUmi said. ! Hjellum was one nf lour North Dakota delegates who visited with Eisenhower. The Associated Prefs tauluntmn at delegate slrciiBlli in Norlh Dakota shows cicht for T«fi, one for loi- scnhowcr and live unroiiuiiitied A spokesman for Die North l).i- kota group said ihey talked with Eisenhower chiefly about farm! problems, lljcllum quoted Hie ton- ernl as saying he favored continued operation of Ihe Commodity Credit I Corporation and lls crop "support, pioyrnm. PAGE. THREE Twin Brides We'd Twins as Pair Of Dittos Are Flower Girls The first coin anthoit/rd bv the ! United Slates Congress was aii 1187 ' penny. ' HOT Si'iilNr.s, A,k MV Twin bride.,? Twin bndei;roo:>!s? Twin I flower Rirl:^? It hajijionrd yi'surdm. i Twin JOIIP iioro. ,\,k school te.irhcrs married tivin hcef ai'd Brain fanner lio m i y ., ul . M in n twin ceremony al Centra) lj a p- tlst. Church here. The teacher.,. 31-vcar-uld .\'-ir- garel and Elizabeth Smch, iiiet, Eidin and Melvm D,Mm. lcr , 3 a i livo j C . Brs ; , gf) ;u : , ,. 0 n vr ntion of the Intelimiional Twin Asnocia- tloii m st. l«nh. The Dcmeiers were co-pre.-.uieiit.s ot the ttroup and the Smch's were chosen the most identical twins in the United Stales al thai tune. The double - budding romance led lo Ihe altar and the l\vm brides were yroci-rrierl down the aisle by twin I lower giils-niwcs of the giMoms—and twin ucddiiii' cakes were cut m the- nveplion Following a twin honeymoon in Canada all four will live In on* home at Lena. ill. College Seniors Face Record Demand in U.S. DALLAS MV~Soiilhern Method- f ist University shares with other U j S colleges in the "seller's marker on \vy> college seniors. D. y. Robb. director of student, placement at SMU, says the demand for college grads by buslncM and industry and the salaries thev can command have reached a rec. ord high this year. ASPIRIN AT ITS BIST For/ess than ft* a tablet St.Joseph ASPIRIN*^ 100 TABUT BOTTLE ONLY49t Agri Agency Rapped on Cotton Issue WASHINGTON MV-A House ' subcommittee says the Agriculture Department cost farmers millions of riol.a,, because an over-estim e on the I9 3 i crop brought a serious break in cotton prices Ihe loss was greater to the farmers than -fro Ihe inroads Jaundice Fells Anthony Eden LONDON W|._ jaundice has struck down another leading figure in British public life—Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden. The Foreipii Office announced last night lie will not be able to carry out full duties of his office for a number of weeks The Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, has been confined to Buckingham Palace with the same ailment for tile past week. Until 1857, pennies minted in the united States were large coins. ... you like In make changes your home (n make living more com- forlaltlc ;<nil convenient? Then you're ! ' invilecl l () .see (he friendly people al the Farmers Hank for a loan lo im- provcmcnls on your home. Monthly installments litidgetted fo fit vour earnings may he arranged. & TRUST COMPANY The Oldest Bank In -Mississippi County "TIMR TRIED - [>,\x rc TKSTKD r.n.i.c. i-^ Mrmbcr Ft,i<r t »l Rf System FAMILY SHOE STORE 2342 WOMEN'S SUMME Choose from a wonderful selection of Spectators in brown and white, tan and whiteand blue and white. You'll find beige rnult.-colored, white and combinations in f a m o u s name shoes., high and low heels VALUES TO $9.95! 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