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THURSDAY, JANTJART 17, 1952 Politieol Notes on the 1952 Election— BLVTHEVTLLE (ASK.) COURIER NEWS 'Can't Turn Clock Back' Warren Says; Martin Hopes Truman to Run Californian Warns Americans Do Want 'Social Progress' By JACK BEL[, SAN FRANCISCO </Pj—Gov Earl Warren of California told Republi- , cans bluntly today they cannot gl^on! 16 dOCk taCk " a " d eXWCt Warren, an announced candidate for the GOP presidential nomination, opened the Republican National Committee meeting with a luncheon speech. He outlined "Liberal" platform planks he said his party must adopt If it expects to' get a majority In the November election. "I am convinced the American people are not Socialsits and will not tolerate Socialistic government but they definitely are committed to social progress," warren declared in a prepared address Party Must Not Turn Back "Any party which turns its back on social progress will be repudiated by the people." Warren made no mention of Sen Robert A. Taft of Ohio, another OOP presidential candidate. But it was obvious his remarks were directed primarily toward National Committee members who are back- Ing the Ohioan's bid for the nomination. Taft has stood for many "social progress" measures but he generally 1* accused by most of his critics oi representing the so-called conserva- JUve wing of the party. £) Warren Keynote Sesiloru Warren's address keynoted a ses- lion at which Chairman Guy G. Gabrielson was scheduled to report on Republican prospects for the Kov«mber election. David 8. Ingalls. national chairman of the Taft-For-Presldent committee, will present the Ohioan's ease at a dinner tonight. Warren, the 19« vice presidential nominee, said he believes in trying to carry out party platforms between elections. "I suggest we make it crystal el«ar to the American people that th« thing* we advocated for their welfare in the platform are still party concerns and will continue to b« io~ that we do not Intend to turn «i« clock back—that we are BO* willing to have present-day in- •qualftiej frozen Into American life." the California governor said, "Tfo Chanf« for Change'! Sake" He said he doesn't go along with «i« theory that the people will vote for a change hi government "for the sake of change Itself." "They want us to present a program that will make them want to register and vot« Republican," he' |P|d. "We must give them a practical demonstration that we are not interested In a return to the so- called comfortable past by-gone days, but that, on the contrary our party If a dynamic, forward-look-. Ing party, streamlined for the problem* of th« day." Earl Warren Bill Would Ban Whisky Ads for TV WASHINGTON MV-A bill tha would ban broadcasting of whisk advertising over radio and telev sion—but not beer or wine—is be fore Congrats. Introduced yesterday by Sen Johnson (D-colo) and Sen. CBS IR-SD), it carries penalties not onl for radio and television operator but also certain makers and seller of whisky. Actually, radio and TV station in the U. S, do not accept n-hifk advertisements. But there Is no la against it. Radio stations in Alask and Hawaii do, and the bill woul apply to those territories. The bill gives the Federal Com munications Commission the righ to revoke the license of any static violating the ban. It also provider that the govern mcnt may revoke or suspend a basic alcohol permits of companies breaking the law. This would in elude distillers, rectifiers, whole salers and importers. Penalty would be a fine of from *!OQ to $1,000. imprisonment froi six months to a year, or both. Small Employer May Soon B* Freed from Controls .WASHINGTON (AP)_Employer with only three or four worker may soon be freed from wage con trols, Chairman Nathan Feinsinge said yesterday the Wage Stabillza tton Board will soon grant the ex emption but has not set the tram Der of employes an employer may have to be included. Jury Considers U.S. Attorney Who Tried to Play Mr D.A. SHREVEFORT, La. (AP>—A t2- man Jury was expected to begin deliberating the MM, of suspended TT 6. Attorney Harvey L. Carey In Federal District Court today. Carey, described by the defense "as a young man trying to play Mr District Attorney," is charged with •siring ».S60,000 bribe from Lewis H»rt, Texaa oilman, to settle 30 pendlnB perjury counts against Hart •nd four of his employes. ,,Th« government was ready to •,p[mplet« lit final arguments in the tight-day trial after court resumed thta morning. The farmer-business nwn Jury probably will receive the e«e after tht noon recess. H convicted, the 38-year-old Carey could be fined $180,000 and tenteneed to three years In prison Defense Attorney Whilficld Jack concluded his final arguments to the lury lat« yesterday: "What Carey did was very lll-ad- Tised. He was playing Mr. District Attorney. This young innn has come • Ion? way and he saw himself as • big shot and he would have been. That's my explanation of what he did." The defense contended Carey was playlne > "Big Shot's" role alone In »n attempt to trap the 68-yenr-old Texan Into offering » definite bribe. Jack introduced a letter that Carey wrote In U. S. Attorney General J. Howard McGrath In which the 4821 Show Starts Ipl W *\ S.t-Sor,. iVoo" Always a Double Feature Thursday & Friday Kissfo Corliss" suspended attorney said he becami Involved In the situation because o his "dumbness." Packard Motor Pioneer Dies in Florida at 80 DETROIT (API—Alvan Macau ley, automotive pioneer who direct ed the Packard Motor Car Co to 32 years, died last night af Clearwater, Fla. He would have been 80 years old today. Death resulted from uremlc pol eonlng and pneumonia. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass W '","i °J '"'?" <«"> h,« RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. —Plus Edgar Kennedy Comedy Last Times Today 'Leave It to the Marines Sid Melton Mara Lynn Also NCWS& Shorts Kriday 'ADVENTURES END" John Wayne Saturday "TEXAS LAWMEN" Johnny Slack Brown President Would Emphasize Republican Ideas, Senator Soys ».v MARVIN I.. ARUOWSMITH WASHINGTON f/P)—Sen. Martin R-Pa salt! today he hopes President Truman runs for re-election "because it would emphasize the reasons we Republicans think he should be retired from office." -Martin declared that with Mr. Truman as a candidate '-the Issue would be drawn as sharply as possible and the voters cpu'ld decide whether they want another four years like the last seven." The Pennsylvania:! told a reporter Mr. Truman symbolizes, like no other Democratic nominee could, the things- Republicans generally "are crying out against." He added"As I see It. two of the main issues of the campaign are extravagance in government and corruption in government such as was disclosed by the House Investigating Committee in the lax scandal cases'. "Entirely Filling," H e Says "For those reasons. I think it would be entirely fitting that the President run again because It is his administration and his record which will be on trial at the polls" Mr." Truman has said he Is -for all the economy in government consistent with sound operation and national security. AS for the tax cases Martin cited, Mr. Truman pledged in his State of the Union Message las* .week to rout anv wrongdoers from the federal payroll. He declared the majority of government employes are "honest and hard-working." And yesterday he said It was unfair to criticize all government workers because "of the actions of a few," Choice Nol Announced Martin has not announced his choice for the Republican presidential nomination. He Is regarded generally as friendly to Sen. Taft of Ohio. "I urn convinced," Martin said, that any sound Republican would be able ta defeat President Truman. next fall in my own state o( Penn- FEEL AWFUL? PUE TO COLD MISERIES^ 666 gives fast symptomafe RELIEF NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. ft Sun. Phon« 5.8 Last Times Tonite The Iron Man" Jeff Chandler Evelyn Keyes Friday 'JUNGLE MANHUNT' Johnny Weismuller Saturday "CAPTIVE OF BILLY THE KID" Allan "Rocky" Lane ' Last Times Tonile 'HEART OF THE ROCKIES" Roy Rogers and His Horse Trigger Friday & Saturday 'THUNDER IN GOD'S COUNTRY" Rex All«n Also Serial & Comedy Mundt Demands Action on U. S. Security Law WASHINGTON MV-Sen. Mundt (R-SD) today accused the administration o! "gross negligence and Inexcusable delay" In putting the Internal Security Law passed last September into effect. Mundt, one of the prime movers behind the bill, said he would not go ail the way, however, with a proposal by Sen. Easiland <D-Miss> (hat "thousands of Communist conspirators now in this country" be rounded up immediately. "I wouldn't want to say I would concentrate on that one feature" Mundt told a reporter. Instead, he said, he would (aver a resolution "requiring the President to put the whole act into operation." sylvania." Sen. Murray (D-Mont) discounted Martin's comments as "campaign talk," but said he agrees with him on one point—"We both hope the President will seek re-election." Truman Slay Be Insisted Upon Murray said he also agrees with Sen. Anderson (D-NM) that Democrats are going to Insist that Mr. Truman run again. "I detected that sentiment six months ago and 1 think that in most parts of the country It still is running strong," Murrny said. "The President has been in the forefront of domestic and internit- tional proolems for seven years now and I think the great majority of Democrats feel he is best qualified to .guide the country." Diet at Friend's Funeral VANCUOVER, B. C. (API—John James Galloway, 18, collapsed and died recently while aUendin= the funeral of Col. Walter Mcrnnes The two had been friends for years. ' many PTA Council lo Meet The Mississippi County Council of the Parent Teachers Association will hold an all-day meeting at First Methodist Church in Blytheville tomorrow. \frs. Ed Williams of Wilson, council president will preside, Registration will begin nt 9-30 a.m. Mrs. J. c. Broke of Blythe- vllle will give the welcome with Mrs j. F. Mullins of Wilson giving the response. Mrs. Alex Shelby " Mia'| ytheV " l<! W '" B ' Ve lhe devo ~ A film on cancer will be shown under the direction of Mrs c w Watson of Osceola. Mrs, C. G Redman of Blythel'llle. executive secretary of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Associailon, will con- duel a quiz on "What's Your IQ on TB" to close the morning ses- Following lunch, there will be group singing, roll call and the business session. The meeting will adjourn at 2 p.m. OES Meeta Tlie Wilson Chapter order of the Eastern Star held their monthly meeting Thursday night at the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Kathryne Upton, newly-installed worthy matron, nnd G. B. Cravens, newly-inslallcd worthy patron, presided at their first, meeting. Mrs. Upton announced to members that the district deputy grand lecturer of the 18th district, Mrs. L«?ne Barr of Forrest, cilv will pay her official visit, to the chapter at the meeting Fob, H, Personals Mrs. Ed Williams, Rev. and Mrs D, B. Bledsoe, Mrs. Jack Zook, M rs Albert Greenwell. Mrs. Maurice Lynch, Mrs. c. D. Price, Mrs James Cobb. Mrs. B. E. Anderson. Mrs Pauline Corkran and Mrs. Johnny Manker and Mrs. J. R Lovctt attended the Baptist Worker's Council at Manila Baptist Church, Friday. Billy Zook and Glen Shull, students at Arkansas State College were home for the weekend. Mr. and. Mrs, Harvey Bullock of Jonesboro were the weekend guests of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs Charles Andrews and family. Mr.' nnd Mrs. Van Mnncrlef oi "Memphis also were weekend visitors In the Andrews home. Mrs. Mattle Rowland, mother of Miss Annie naye Rowland, underwent an operation at the Missouri- Pacific Hospital in Little nock Saturday. Her condition is reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Rowland suffered a broken hip when she fell at her home in Dumas two weeks ngo Miss Rowland is with her mother. The monthly meeting of the Wilson Parent-Teachers Association will bn held tomorrow afternoon in the school auditorium. The meeting, at 3, will be preceoded by an executive committee meeting at i-3o in Supt. Phillip J. tier's office Mrs. Clarence Hobos was the week end guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. p. M. Harmon in Clarksville. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sullivan nnd children Dennis and Linda of Tru maun, formerly nl Wilson, visited friends here Saturday, Mrs. B, F. Ray of Blytheville is the guest of her son, Donalrt Ray and family this wcclt. J. T, Garrett and daughter Twanda. of potts Camp. Miss, were guests of Mrs. Anna Shlpman and her family last week. Mrs. Pauline Corkran was the euest of her sister Mrs. Charles Corkran In Memphis. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Levl Cisscll spent the week end with her parents Mr and Mrs. A, I,. Po'.vrll in Canitheis- ville, Mo. They wore accompanied by Mrs. Cissell's sister Mrs, I., H Morris of Gricier. Mr. and Mrs, J. K. Neeiypt Memphis, formerly of Wilson, visited friends here Kunriay. Miss Mary nyak u-ill leave Saturday for Arkadelphia where she will enter Ouachita co)leg« The seniors at Wilson Hiih School went to Memphis TuejdU to have their senior pictures rn.^. nvm T 6 accom P a »'e<i by Supt. nvm Phillip J. Dee Roberts. by Supt. and sponsor J n n fT ?h ^ Omen ' s Missionary Union " the Hrst Baptist Church met Monday night 8t the church for the Royal Service program. The Alwrnathy circle was In charge of the program with Mrs. Curtis Miller as leader. Mrs. I. Alexander gav« the devotional, others appearing on the program Included Mrs. D D Cash. Mrs. Glen Wheeler. Mrs j D. Rankin Mrs. w. D. Brown, Mrs. Johnny Manker and Mrs. Jack «2ooVt. Mrs. Buck Jones and small son visited Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sulll- van -and their family near Lepanto Sunday. Pecan Trees FOR YOUR HOME OR FARM Vou can choose from a large selection of paper shell pocan trees nt our nursery in Monclle. Corot and look around. Km- any special information voti may contact me in BlylhcviUe at Oscar Alexander's... 600 South Franklin. R. B. SPENCER NURSERY Monette, Ark. Telephone 52 Fine Quality Shoes Drastically Reduced at Barney's! 600 Pairs Wedge Heel Casuals And Loafers In Most All Colors • Suedes • Leathers • Combinations Some Suede Dress Shoes. Block and Brown t 4.95 to 6.95 Values Alligators, Leathers, Suedes And Combinations Black • Green • Brown Buttersweet • Red Greatfy Reduced!J Reg. 12 95 - - - now Reg. 10 95 - - - now Reg. 8 - - - now Men's Leatherneck Boot Most All Sizes Tan, Burgundy and Black Reg. 12.95 & 14.95 Save up to 50% BARNEY'S *•-«» SHOES 'Next Door to Woods Drug Store"

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