The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1952 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 3, 1952
Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 19M Milligan Ridge Begins Rebuilding —A Courier Newt Photo-Featu ^•>^ l-V W~?{" V *' 6 >/^y ? -\ , >slT ^- N i&^vWJjfefc*^ A HOUSE STOOO IIKRK—A lew foundation home. Notice that bark on the trees tru ripp«4 blocks is all that remains of the Albert Lafarlette off by storm. AFTER TORNADO ber was all that was le In the Milltgan Ridge STRUCK—This pile ot lum- !t of Claude Polston'a hou« area alter V. va« hit by • toniado March 21. A. A fund chairman who Is a survey* salvageable rcm Tlpton. Manila f?ed Crosj so local disaster chairman, lains of the house. VOLUNTEERS AID DRlVE-Pcggy Strother and Wllda Mutton are pictured standing In a booth which has been set up on Manila'! main street to obtain revenue for the Red cross there. Passing motor- Ists are asked to drop change in the pans they are holding. QUICK WORK — The E. L. Hawkins home, which stands just across trie road from Claude Polston'i /arm, Is nearing completion, storm struck • this area hard, hurled two of Mr. Polston's y, -ton trucks some 250 feet. 73 Missco Pantiles'Apply | To Red Cross for Assistance FRIENDS IENT1 A HAND — Classmates of Claude Polston'a veterans farm training course In Caraway pitched in and helped him rebuild his home. It was estimated that he suffered a $9,000$10,000 loss. About 18 men nre working In shift* to help him rebuild. When Courier-News photographer took this picture. Mr. Polston was with his wife, awaiting arrival of an addition to the family. Some 73 families, most of them from the Milllgan Ridge nncl Shady » Grove areas, have registered with Miss Annie Mcigs, St. Louis, who! Is dircclins: Red Cross riisnslcr and 1 '; rehabilitation operations in Chick; nsau-ba District, for aid since the March '21 tornado. "Thanks to the wonderful cooperation of (he people in the,se communities." Miss Meigs staled, "We riid not have to set up a shelter. "People were wonderful annul taking storm victims Into their homes. Now nith most of the erner- eency «ork over, we are starting our rehabilitation program." In spite of community efforts, the Red Cross spent over $5.000 In emergency aid. Just how much rehabilitation will cost is not .vet known. Headquarters for much disaster work on the ni?ht of the 21st was tile Milliaan Rldi;c Store, operated by M. L. l Dutch) Dennis, who re- fu.srs to admit he "did more than anyone else '' But those In the area say he Friends of Taft Kefauver Say They're Set for Win more or less took charge and directed rescue efforts. He also marie merchandise in his store available to the storm victims. Rehabilitation, Miss Melt's explained, will be a rather long process. The Red Cross will give aid in rebuilding homes on the basis of ncect, she said. In order to determine that need, individual cases nre given a thorough im-esfiirntion. AS of now. some 15 families have applied for help in rebuilding their homes. 4 Persons Burn in Quick Blaze CHICAGO «V-Four persons, Including a baby-sitting grandmother and her prandson, perished in a fast-spreading fire which destroyed 12-flat, four-story apartment building last night. Eight other persons. Including six firemen, were injured. About 30 persons fled or were carried by firemen from the structure. The building is at the busy Intersection of Milwaukee and North avenues at 1547-49 Milwaukee Ave. Iceland is one of the most volcanic regions of the v.'urld. By MARVIN L. AKROWSMITH WASHINGTON Ifi — E 1 a t a rt friends of Sen. Taft and Sen. Kefauver talked of Ihem today as vlctory-bounct candidates in the presidential nomination races, but opposition catnps sounded counterclaims. Backers of Taft of Ohio for top place on the Republican ticket and supporters of Kefauver of Tennessee for tile Democratic nomination based their optimism on the out- In , . Kefauvrr was a Wisconsin shoo- UCCCM In both contests!'"• I'ollins alirmt 85 per cent of the definite upsurge of!P° ml 'ar vole on the Democratic com? of Tuesday's primaries Nebraska and Wisconsin. "Tatfs : represents .., .._ strength and puts him, I believe, on the way lo victory." said Sen. Echoeppel iR-K?.n). Sen. MOITC fR-Ofe) said Nebraska and Wisconsin amounted to "rain= for Tall,," but added has Russell himself said President Tnimnn's decision not to seek reelection means ho has as eood a. chance as any other candidate lor the top nomination. Russell radio-television imer viewers told night he would accept the vice presidential nomination only under "very unusual circumstances." Tafl Wins 21 DrlccalM In the Wisconsin primary, Taft 24 of the 30 Republican rtcle- Showdown Hear Canadian Widow Gives Up Hunt On Vatican Envoy House Moves Warily On Three-Agency Bill Cloaking issue WASHINGTON Wi—House members moved warily today toward a showdown on the question of United States diplomatic representation at Valiean City. The issue comes to a head In a $1.005,992,85!) appropriation bill ft- For Boy Friend of Her Youth LONDON </p> — Sadie BrocX:-, a spri2htiy. 74-yeor-old widow from Canada, today gave up her search for the boy friend of her youth nml hoped her 12 children don't lirar too many tales about her hunt for an old romance. Sidie srnii'hed in vain (hn;uah tvr nltl noichborhoort in the London M32iirb of Eiilina and up In Birminsham. She knocked on (tool's. Rs'xiue people if they knew Tom Mitchell. No one dirt'. ticket anti winning all 28 convention delegates. In Nebraska, Kefauver ran more than 15.000 votes abend of Sen. Kcrr of Oklahoma. Tafi backers regarded his Ne"no doubt" the GOP nomi-i '».i.<fca victory as particularly S!R»i!l KO to Gen. n-.viehl D. "'KX-'ant in view of his defeat bv Eisenhower. Victory Called I'ruuf Rep. Priest <D-Tenn> called Kc- the general In the Hampshire primary, bower' nanclne the Stale. .Justice and commerce Departments for the 12 months slartinz July 1. In the hill Is a ban against use i of state Department, funds lo fl-j nance a diplomatic mission to Ihc Pope's headquarters unless the first head of lhat mission is con-1 firmed by the Senate. Tlie Senate i last year adjourned without nctinc I on President Truman's Inst-minnSe! nomination of Gen. Mnii; Clark to he ninhassador to the Vatican. Th[-J ^ ( nomination ^as wiH^dvawn at, March It New! Clark's request. • and Eisrn-i ^^P the new bill's provision, which another Democrat. Hep. O Toole of N'ew York, has called "a shameful subterfuge." Tom was her sweetheart at the turn of the century. But Sadie left for Canada, married and raised a family in Oshawa. near Tcronto. "I have 12 children, I" she said. "Some are mine and the rc.«t. are adopted. It wouldn't cio fnr thrni to hear what I've been up to in England." Sadie said her idea to hunt up her slrVhood heart-throb came on tile spur of the moment. So she fle'.c ever—with two trunks and several shopping hags lull of presents for Tom and olri friends. "Hut It's no use," she sighed. "The wlinte place has changed." Dogfjy Discussion The do? probably was the first anlma] to be domesticated by man. H happened so long ntro that, the dog's origin is rather obscure. Most Most important ancester of the modern rio§ seems to have been the wolf. We Buy POULTRY And BABY CHICKS Joe Cole — Fred Fought 100 East Main aina/,Ln'< write-tn sweep nounrert he «.^jj. t i it^L i ij- 15:1 in . t<iNcu rwu- • ^ • . - . fau-.-er's victories in the two prim- ove1 ' Tall in the March 18 Minne- sr:cs "proof that the rank and file • sots cnntrst. | port of the stale OOP omani^af.on of the Democrats are EOUIC lo in-! I.oricr Says "No Setback" I I.orice flew lo Palis last n;pht iminaled." 1 ^ ul ^ rl1 . l.odiic if?-Mass» said 1 , to talk politics \vith Kisenliower. i the resi;ifs jn Nebr?-?ka and \Vis- 7'he senator said he had no ;wcn- ttiat he be On the other hand. Sen. Maybank (D-SCi contended thai Sen. Russell of Georgia "has the edpe this point" for the nod on tile cnusiti weie "nol setbacks foe Eisenhower at all." Lodge, na- liojaal oanjpaicn luflllaper of the Democratic ticket. Mavbank said; Eiselihovvei•- for - President croup. Russell has "the Solid South sewed ; called it noteworthy lhat Taft IJP and he i? goinp to have enoueh' " Northern delegates lo make It a j "only polled i wo -fifths of (lie enlire j vote" in Wisconsin with Ihe lion of trying to prod the into an early return to tliis country- j lo camp.iicn for llic nonuniUion. Ki'spnhowpr sent word yesterday In honie 'own friends in Abilene. Kan,, Unit it is his "profound" hope to rptiiin by rnrly June. Turn to Page 7 DELTA IMPLEMENTS State Certified Blue Tag D&PL 15 COTTON SEEP 80% Germination Call Glen Cook Dell, Ark. Phone 2442 Man-What A Sale! ALUMINUM WARE Famous Club Aluminum OUR ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED PICK OUT THE PIECES YOU WANT HUBBARD HARDWARE 213 West Main in BlytheriMe Now...quality wears a ivith the guaranteed airplane cloth collar This is the shirt ilip.i's making the frayed collar about as rare 35 a dodo bird. Airplane c'otii is (lie reason — the cnper-wearing fabric goes into every Wings Rocket collar. Vi'ear it month in, inonlh out — if the collar starts lo wear out heforc the shirt, wc'i) h.mrl 5011 a new snirt free. Lustrous, fnll-roinbeij while broadcloth with pc.irl buttons in yonr favorite collar styles. Good looking 5oUd tones loo. See 'em today. MEN'S STORE "Everything For Men and Roys"

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