The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1952 · Page 1
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July 17, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COtTRTER N15TTS Arkansas News Briefs— Murry Raises 'Shakedown' Cry in Governor's Race By The Associated Press The charge nt "shakedown" which crops up In most—if not all— Arkansas gubernatorial contests has been ratsrd In the current one. Ally. Gen. Ike Murry said at Forrest City last nlRht that "It had been definitely and iclinbly reported to me" that state emiiloyr-.s were being solicited to give one per cent of a year's salary to Gov. McMath's third term campaign. Henry Woods, Gov. McMath's campaign manager, wasn * avoll- »blc (or comment on the Murry charge. Chancellor Francis Cherry, another one of McMnth's four opponents for the Democratic nomination, hit at what hn termed the lack of initiative on the part of the other candidates. He said none has offered a constructive program of hto own l/> remedy "our educational jiruulcm or In lake care of those- who must depend on welfare to live." Ike's State Director Says 'It All Depends' LITTLE BOCK—The Arkansas cainpaiGn director for On. Dwlsht Eisenhower iays that, 4l it dementis Bonifwtiat oti whom the Democrats HDnilnalc" whether Arkansas will go Republican In the November elections. Verne [,. Tlndnt! of Stuttgart, who was named campaign director by the State OOP Executive Committee yesterday, said that if the Democrats nominate a Southerner, "It'll be more difficult." to win the state for Die general. Reshuffle of Slashed Foreign Funds Seen by Officials By KnWAKM K. HOMAK WASHINGTON <*— A reshuffle of slashed foreign nld funds and a possible new appeal to Che next Congress for more money were forecn.st today by administration officials. Congress cut President Truman's lorrlifn military tmd economic aid request by 25 per cent, to $0,031,047.750. In slcnim; the appropriation bill Tuesday, the President termed the slash "the falsest kind of economy" because of (lie effect he said it would have on defense plans of the Western Allies. TnckUni; tb job of scaling down previous estimates, officials said these were among the steps under consideration: 1. Shi/tiiiR part of (he $3,128.22-1.150 earmarked for military aid to Kniope to "defense support" •— Economic assistance — of bard- pressrd nrilnjii. Last year the British received 350 million dollars. About 50li million was bud- geted for the. 1053 fiscal yenr beginning July 1. The legislation permits such a transfer rjf up to 10 per cent within the total European allotment. 2. An appeal to (he next Con- Kress for a deficiency appropriation to increase Point Four aid to South Asia, particularly India. Conuress cut the South Asia total by CO per cent to 07 million dollars. The result Is that only about 44 million dollars will be left for Indln, compared with last year's 50 million. The administration hart requested m million for fiscal 1353 largely with the aim of bolsterinp, Prime Minister Nehru's regime against communism. The India situnlion Is considered must urgent, us terms of the act prevent a transfer of funds from other purposes. Meantime, a sweeping American aided program of developing thousands of villages and Increasing food production faces a possible cutback. Inquest to Be Held in Shooting of Parolee TEXARKANA—Coroner C. L Winchester said all Impicst would |je held today In the fatal shooting yesterday of a convict recently paroled from the Arkansas penitentiary, Police said 33-year-old Herschel Martin was killed with a .12 gauce shotgun when he reportedly attempted to lovce his way into a home here. Two Freakish Tornadoes Strike Texarkana TEXARKANA— Two small, freakish tornadoes struck In this vicinity yesterday afternoon, causing thousands of dollars damage, but no Injuries. i The separate twisters swcpl across the Texarkana airport, three miles northeast of here on U.S. Highway 07, headed in opposite directions. The first struck at 2:18 p.m. (CST); the^econd at'4:05. Arkansas May Get Federal School Funds WASHINGTON—Arkansas may receive »2.276,026 of 67 million dollars allocated fay the .tovemment lor school construction In federally- effected defense areas. Pennsylvania Delegates Still Don't Know Who They Support Big U.S. Carrier Site Assigned BAN FRANCISCO (/Pi — The Chronicle said yesterday the Navy has assigned construction of a 60 000-ton auper aircraft carrier at '» «wt of J18 million dollars to the Ban 3"r»nd.TO Naval shipyard. The Chronicled Wanhlnnton correspondent, George d« Carvalho, reported construction of the Forrestal-class carrier will start, next year and is scheduled for completion In three years. The dispatch gave UK source as San Francisco's Hep, Franck R. Kavenner. a member of the House Armed Services Committee. The climate of the Azores is nearly ideal — 415 decrees nt the lowest extreme and 88 degrees at the highest. Jly CIIAJIUCS IVKI.SJ! PHILADELPHIA Ifl — A week In advance of the Democratic National Convention's first presidential ballot. Pennsylvania delegates still are walllnt; for a decision on whom they will support. That decision inny no! come until tho llr.st caucus of the 70-vole delegation in Chicago Sunday evening, or Inter. As or today, :m Associated Press poll shows 35 voles .scnltered nrmmft seven presirlen- tl»l possibilities, with the other half of the delegation unwilling even to express n preference at this time. Pennsylvania will send (in district delegates with one vote each and 20 delesates-at-larKO with one half vote each to ChU'iLfo. Here'.*? the way they lined up In the AP poll: For Sen. Esies Kefauvcr, 13 voles; Oov. Arilai Stevenson It';,: Avcroll llarrim.-in. 5" 2 ; President Truman, 2; vice President linrk- ley. Hi: Chief Justice Fred Vinson. 1; Sen, Robert Kerr. ':>, Twenty-nine district delegates ami 12 delegates-at-larRe. a total of 35 votea, said they do not now have any preference. Thirty district deleeates said they thought Prcsidenl Truman definitely has removed himself from the ntclure, and only two thought he might yet be persuaded to be the nominee, Amoni; delegates-at- larije the ratio Was 10 to 1 on the negative side. Nevertheless, two district delegates said flatly ihey are continuing to support Truman, will vote for him and believe he will be nominated. j 2-Week Revival At Cooter Church A H-dny revival will begin Monday at the Holly Grove Baptist Church at Cooter. The Rev. W. F,- Hail, pastor has announced that Mac Conn will be evangelist. Violet Conn, soloist, and Ben Kowell, song leader. A special program will be conducted on the night of July 27 when Mr. Colin will preach on "Judaism to Christianity." The program will begin at 2:30 p.m. Special Baby Shower Held for 24-Year-Qld Victim of Polio I.OS ANOELES IIP) — Tt was a I special baby shower yesterday for Mrs. Betty Seymour, 24, a nolio i victim. Mrs. Seymour, who expects a baby in about a month, has been confined .to an Iron lung at the General Hospital since Mav 2fl. Three other respirator patients derided on the party. Nurses wheeled their iron hmf-s to the' rtrior of Mrs. Sevmour's room sol ! they could walch her open the i presents. which Included baby blankets, clothes und rattles. The President, of the United States had to pay for his own I transportation up until the time of the. automobile. Housewares Cut 20% to 25% 27c GLASS BOWLS 8Sc JUICE SET 67< REGULARLY 1.49 1.18 93c WATER BOTTLE 7/0,78= n^fo 3 7V. ^±T ® Gre <" <"<""*'"<. « ©«'*". 8 fll™« «« ® PI«Mc. K.. P , liquid, nunoy j, o, / /4-inch sues, a asset few m^m^n :,.;,. i j_- r.. n , . . . . Hondy J, 4, 7'/ 4 -inch UBBEY TUMBLERS glosses for morning juica. cool drinks. Sed of gieen. ]0c TUMBLERS 4fn 28c (g T O || U. 01 , Si2 . ,„ X colorful poltern,. Buy now. 11.95 Fan, 10". 1 speed. Oscillating, (DSov. 25%- llo <k up . Clear 9 | asJ , "5 a f.d 9e " rim. 2 (or 98c TRAYS 2 for 78° (5 flojlk. Malces 14 ic« cubei. nx4 l />xl</i-in. sizs. cool in your refrigerator. 98c PLASTIC SET [H] Set of 3 plostic corf tamen for storing foods. stationary 23.95 Magic-Seal 16-qt. Pressure Conner, rack ......................... 16.76 6.49 Picnic Basket. Dishes, cutlery for 4 .................. 5 Reg. 1.15 Forged Steel Grass Shears . 92c Reg. 2.89 Two-Arm Brass Sprinkler . 2.31 Reg. 98c Flaf Steel Lawn Rake 77 C Reg. 18.45 Steel Handle Lawn Mower -16" 15 .65 6.49Foldin 9 Picnic Grill 38x12x19" high 5.20 ^l^Ea. CUP$ ' 5 ~°*' ^ *'" ° f ta " SAVE—BUY NOW—SALE ENDS SATURDAY * 4 * STAR * STORES * FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES FRESH EGGS Nice size guaranteed fresh eggs DOZEN PURE LARD Firm, fresh, top quality hog lard 4 LB. CTN. 49 49 Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2101 Rose Street * Cecil Lowe's GRO. & MKT. 5H2 No. filh Street * Luttrell's GRO. & MKT. filh & Chickasawba Pickard's GRO. & MKT. 10-14 Cliiekasawha PET MILK Week-End Special! Limit 4 Cans 2 TALL CANS Peter Pirn PEANUT BUTTER 20 oz. Jar 390 Famous Kraft AMERICAN CHEESE lb 490 Princess Hrand or KRISPY CRACKERS Ib 490 Uliljy nr broadcast VIENNA SAUSAGE : ca J90 For delicious apple pie, No. 2 can COMSTOCK PIE APPLES ea 150 .lack Sprat or Dromedary PIMIENTOS 2±.25(! Old Black Joe " BLACK EYED PEAS CM 100 Nourishing, economical FRESH PORK LIVER 250 Hi 07.. can Adams ORANGE JUICE M 230 lO'/j oz. pkg. Tennessee or I.ibby's FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 25d 10 individual p^tka^fe; KVlioffe(J i li^" i :r.:- .',• VARIETY PACK CEREALS 290 Fresh, firm YELLOW BANANAS „, 100 Soap filled plastic scouring pads TUFFY . ....... ; Special price at vour -l-Sfiir Stores SCOT PAPER TOWELS 2 fol 350 * 4 * STAR * STORES FOUR OF YOUR HOME-OWNED GROCERY STORES What a buy on fresh pork back bones! LB. LETTUCE Fancy Lettuce — crisp, firm heads HEAD Eberdt's GATEWAY STORE 2)01 Hose Si reel * Cecil Lowe's GRO. & MKT. 5.72 No. filh. Slrccl fi * Luttrell's GRO. & MKT. fith. & Chickasawhii r ^ Pickard's GRO. & MKT. Kill Chickasawba

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