The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 19, 1952
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 19, logs Humphrey Spurs Move for 'Fair DeaF in North McKinney Telegram Plunges California Party into Confusion By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) __ P| . esl dent Truman's withdrawal from - the June 3 California primary to**• day spurred a move by Sen n um . phrey ol Minnesota to organ"" a Northern ••Pair Deal" voting bloc for the Democratic National Con- An abrupt telegram from National Chairman Frank E. McKinney, visiting the President at his Key West, F'la., vacation spot plunged a coalition of California Democrats Into confusion last night. McKinney wired them—obviously on direct orders of th e p rcs j. dent^to take Truman's name out of that primary. Sen. Kefauver of Tennessee now is the on!y Democrat, entered there but Sen R us . sell of Georgia told a reporter he is considering making it a contest. Russell ami Kefauver Russell is the Sovith's anti-Truman candidate for the party's nomination. Kefauver. who defeated the President in the New Hampshire primary, is slronelv opposed by administration sun- porters and by many Russell Y* backers. ** McKmney-s precipitate California action strengthened the belief m many quarters here that Truman has finally decided he does not choose to run again. Humphrey, who declared he is convinced the President won't seek another term, said he Is helping- weld n Northern state voting bloc to back some candidate at the July Chicago convention who will carry on the "Pair Deal" program. He disclaimed any personal presidential ambition. Humphrey said he hopes North and South Dakota Democrats, as well as those from some other Northern states, will join with the 26-vote Minnesota delegation that went to him as a favorite son in yesterday's Minnesota primary election. Truman Said Angry McKinney's telegram to the California leaders indicated to observers at Key West that Truman angered by his loss to Kefauver tn New Hampshire, is taking over personal direction of strategy } leading up to the Democratic convention. The presidential order threw . California administration crats into confusion. Demo. Sharply divided factiona'ly they had some difficulty In patching up a slate of 76 delegates favorable to the President. The 0 would cast 68 convention votes Now that this group has been *- '"' StB(e Assemblyman BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! THREB ' W E 1,!.. B O W L M E O V E R ! '-Te rr ,, vcn2l[ , d bowlm. pin* invite comment as they | lane in ryfng S"ta"«'r being relmtshnl and coated with plastic in Kansas City Mo Ontario City Hit By Raging Blaze BELLEVILLE, Out. M>, ,_ Pil .,, raged for six hours today through ^ mam business block of this East : n a r r nn °J ty ' CImsln B a » estimated £? Control- t S It had threatened -to^un-ulf a "'go part of (he doivntoivn biifi IMS district, one fireman ivas With frhe Courts Jake Halstead, men who could see. Circuit (Civil): Jack Marsh vs. suit to recover SI.500 damages said to have been suffered in car accident. Jimmie Jones vs. Byron Moore. ...„,,,„. „„„,,, suit to recover S200 damages said missory note, to have been suffered in a car accident. J. H. Hiehl vs. Alford Clark suit to recover S350 damages said to have been suffered in a car wreck. C. F. Austin and M. L. wicker Rosenthal, California leader, said he had no u,- William Truman , alternative but to start all over and line up a new candidate Kosenthal said (his meant the circulation of petitions Negro, Born in Slavery, Has No Formula; Claims To Be 774 Years Old e| DECATUR, in. ig-! _ E(] H fe some other name7in"a7 efforMoi 1^°;^ h !'. t( "™«h for longevity 1 ^d the delation together'U dVt°^ ^ £ '* ™£ there is some public decision by Ihe President whether he will run again. This opened up tl, e lielA in California to such candidates as Kefauver and Russell, who have said they are in the race to finish Kefauver already has .said he would . enter only if he could act away from active campaigning s Harris, a Negro who says he was born in slavery in Georgia, has lived in Decatur 79 years. He savjs ' he's ing here. He lives alone state aid. . days since com- and "rts " The planet Nepume is „ „,„,,, distance of 2,796.600,000 miles awav from the sun. *High School Girls Remember Boys at War, Send $378 Fund ~'—'•*' -"-jj-v^ii, r\w lea W(—The men or the 2nd Division have been assured that people at home realize fightimr s tn| | 5 going on in Korea. From the eirls of Walton Hijh Echocl. New Yorfc. came „ letter ar.d a check. Addressed to the cus- Sitlai"" D)VMOn Wd '" re -The girls in our school have col- ' o-Arm.v. "The E irls O f U'aJIoii Hi<*h s-lm 1 are eager to do PomethinT' f'^ tl American boys who are "rtoini; "n much lor us. and we sincerclv hope that our contribution will remind hem just a little that the people back home have not foractlon them. " let us know when you receive our check. The oirls v.ill he your frying when you use auicifhf'dpnf rf 'n Cl 5 hauls >' 0ur loads economically, quickly, dependably because it provides the rieht Imtl 1 , factory for your kind of work. Prompt ddiwry. to btsyt lec'.cd S3.8 which we are donating to the welfare fund of the •'•iiT I vcry "^Wi 1 if you can alyo let courtesy of Colonel Bennett sne~-'' :110W exact !y how this ial services officer of the First money is BLYTHIVJLLE MOTOR CO. Walnuf and 1st . • Phone 4422 Moscow's TV Sefs on Increase MOSCOW i/Ti-Mosrow's television receivers .ire incrcasinn—at (lie rate of about 30.000 sets" a year Pravrta indicated today. The communist party organ reported a total of about CO000 'els now are in use in the capita]. The Florida manatee is one of fej. ^ the very [e-.v aquatic mammals ol i fe."f"' the world that docs not teed on'sS.- an-mal life. It is a strict vegc- J@.fiS tarlan. KWr Beware Coughs Following F2u After the flu is over and gone, the cough that follows may develop into chronic bronchitis if neglected. Crcomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seal of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nalure to soothe and heal taw, Lender.inflamed bronchial membranes. No matter how many medicines you nave mej Crcomulsion is guaranteed to plcajeyou ordniggist refund! money. Creomulsion has stood the test of many millions of users CREOMULSION -"— « >- CIM CM*, fert. k tMH NN. 20 1 /2 Per Cent For Information and Price, Call I Phone West Mcmpnis, 81 WEST MEMPrHS, ARK. , V c , practice in New lork before starting natloil-wiile lour. Keener Hearing During World War I, blind men were used to man microphones set up to detect'- German air-raiding parties, .since their sense o! hearing was much keener (llan that of VK. D. O. Melton, appeal from Mu- icipal Court on a suit over n pro- WHYSPENO"FORTUNE"FOR RHEUMATIC PAIN RELIEF? For Only A rrlkf l*rUT« FEW CENTS! "Hpeeds" eoniturl. Hi>" f ' vr3 IllUSCllliir .IP H<i 3 , tu-ur.ilrl.i. Ifa " j m i)l coiilnl lrl.i. I w. apr> coiinns ark .Simkc Root" licrb. liuy it today. First bolite price back 11 you don't tirade C-2^23! Van Fleet Gets Birthday Gift; Visit from Son in Air Force SFJOUI, (,?>,.- Gen. Jamrs A. Fleet today sol an ill!«xi:mp<l ent for his lidili binhday. The Kiglitll Army c»miiiniuli>r s:iw ]iis only son tor the first time in 15 months. Father and M-U burst Int., .smiles. "You're lookiim fini- dad " exclaimed the MIL hamhomc pilot. "You're Icokinu K r c< a t your-elf Jim," Iwansi.'cl lie hn^ky "infanlrv general. 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