The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1952 · Page 10
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t '•' ' " ' - - ' I Arkansas Democrats Warned to Stay In Folds or Face 2-Year Suspension LITTLE HOCK tfl — Democrats In Arkansas are being warned to stay In the fold or face R 2-year suspension from (he party. Beloit Taylor of Little Rock, secretary of (ho Pulaskl County Democratic Committee, warncc Ai'knnsans yestorday that Ihej could he suspended from the Democrat party for two years If they Arkansas News Briefs— 20 of 2,000 Stolen Cameras Recovered During Weekend 1!) The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK Little Hock Detective Cap!. A. M. Haynl. says that about 20 of an estimated 2.C-00 stolen cameras-—valued at tr/OOoo —were recovered over the weekend. Haynic .snld n. K. C:ivanuiif;h of Ijtde Rock, quality control engineer ot the camera division at the U.S. Time Corporation plant In Little nock, WM nrre.s!«l Saturday night and charged with embezzlement in connection with the tlielts. Eight of the stolen cameras were discovered in Citvanaiigh's home here (lie officer said. Cavarmugh was released on $1,000 bond. Haynii' said several carr.crus assembled at the U.S. Time Corporation ))lant, had been found In pawnshops and that Cavonaugh admitted disposing of several others In Memphis. Detective Sgt. Dilbeck sniu ot least 20 other uia-sons have been Implicated In the thefts (hat date back over a 2-year period. A company official snld that Haihuiy Express had Informed me «nn that more than $50.000 worth of the cameras had disappeared from company shipments during the past two years. i_f i v — Highway Department Advertising for Bids LITTLE ROCK-The Arkansas Highway Department I, advertising for bids to be opened Aug. 29, on construction projects In pone and Potnsett counties. They are: Pope—0.5fi4 miles crushed stone base course and ono reinforced High*! 6 7 Bb brWgC ° n re)OCiUI ° n °' Arka " s " s Tech road, Russellvllle. Polnsett _ 1,682 miles double bituminous surface treatment on Marked Trc«-norih«ist rond, federal aid project. Eisenhower's Airplane Trip To South Omits Little Rock LITTLE ROCK (fit — Gen. Eisenhower's proposed airplane hopping campaign to 10 Southern cities beginning Sept. 2 apparently does not Include a stop In Little Rock. But Robert Roach, chairman ot the Arkansas Citizens - for - Eisen- Bronx Hospital To Get 'Bomb 7 MEW YORK i/F) — Montefiorn Hospital hi the Bronx snys It will receive a high-Intensity radioactive cobalt -bomb" nc.xt month from Canada to help In the treatment of dcep-sentcd cancer. Pnrtlcles of energy from the unit penetrate cancer cells to destroy Trans-Pacific Air Route It Planned The three executives ot Tannrrc hower group, snld ho was going to make arrangements for the GOP presidential nominee to come to the Arkansas cnpltol from Memphis Stale GOP members have snld Elsenhower planned to speak In Arkansas when he campaigned in the .south. Osio COB!) of Little Rock, state OOP chairman, suggested that Eisenhower may lie planning to visit '»'« R"ck for a major address. Cobu i;nid yesterday that if the presidential aspirant does come to Uttle Rock next month that "wo'll hold ui> the state committee meet- Ing scheduled for Aug. 25 until he gets here.'' Elsenhower's Denver headquarters yesterday released a tentative schedule mllim; for I lie genera! to •peak from airporls in Richmond. a.; Atlrmt. an.: Blrglngham, Ala • Jacksonville and Miami, Pla. Nei Orleans. La.; Dullas, Ft. Worth and Houston. Tex.; and Memphis, Torn. Fires Destroy Much Of Philippine Towns MANILA I/ft _ Fim rtc5lrovod ar tt e secLUms of two Phllipninos towns over the wcc k end. left BOO homeless, and caused dnmarc which authorities estimated at 5750 COO There were no reports of cas- Never A Dull Moment! FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE HOLLAND 3241 or 9411 COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED All Popular Brands of Cigarefs, per carton. 1 60 HUBERT'SCLUB Hubert Utley and Wert Akins HIGHWAY 61 HOLLAND, MO. support nny OOP candidates In the November general election. Suspension Includes withdrawal of the right to vole, In any Democrat prlmnry election in the state. No statewide Republican primary Is held In Arkansas, previously considered a part of the solid South. Party Rule Hat Followed 'The party rule has not been closely followed In the post," Taylor said, "because of the Republican party's relative weakness in the Elate." "The fact that n voter presents Himself nt a (Democrat) primary nnd asks for a ballot is a tacit agreement that he will support the party's candidate In the general election," Taylor added, Ills announcement came on the heels of n statement by Republican officials that they plan to n/to- a 'full slate of candidates" In November. Jeff Speck, who polled more votes in 1050 than any OOP candidate since the neoonstriicllon era, wi)J n(/ain dead the ticket as hc gubernatorial nominee. Afddiivll Can lie KMjliirfil Democratic party rulus In Arkansas will allow the election judges o require an affidavit of any party irlmary votes "as to his qualifica- icns." Any person who supported or "espoused the cause of" any candidate other than a Democrat In the "last proceeding general election" Is not a qualified prl- mnry vote, according to the rules 'Taylor said that although the "challenging" responsibility lies primarily with (-lection judges, "there are others, including special representatives of the candidates, who have n right to challenge." Union Men Face Court Action Two Afe Arrested ForHitring Trainman In Strike Situation PINE BLUFF. Ark. W>)-He«rln on a complaint charging unjo member, with hitting I tmlnma "board a train entering a slrlkc-m ™ , ", rl l hCrC bC(tan tllls m «n ing In Jefferson Chancery court riic complaint was filed by (h Standard Drake Shoe ami Pound,Company against (he the API, In sun^ 0 """ and ^ Cm Saturday two members of (In union were arrested under Arkan sas 1 Antl-Vlolencc Act for the re ported Injury of the trainman Prosecutor Pat Millll.s said J !ln ,c <p x O Mccks has bran accused o linking j. D. Goodwin. the trainman. Merits and Grady Alexander, 1111. Ion business ascnt. were arresle< &at!ir.-i!i.v and released on $500 bon-1 ench. Mum,, dcclinM to comm->.y on Alexander's arrest but both m-j were charged with "Interference cl awful employment," An attorney for (he union members said that neither the union nor its arrested members had comment lo make. The Company's complaint _ filed Friday — was entered ns an amendment io an enrlter petition seeking a temporary restraining order n- gainst mass nickeling of the plant. The amendment also asked that (he temporary restraining order be made a permanent injunction. Some 100 members of (he union left their Jobs at the plant July '21 because of wage differences. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Sparkman Goes Home to Urge Unity for Southern Democrats HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (/P) — Sen. John Sparkrrmn carne back home today to urge fellow- southerners to unite once again behind the Democratic party. It was his first visit since becoming the vice prcsdcntlal nominee, and he found his own slate along with others In the deep South beset by a growing rebellion In party ranks. Many life-long Democrats were dissatisfied, too. with Sparkmcm's acceptance of the civil rights doctrine In the 1952 platform. The candidate's return lo Alabama touched off n guy welcoming celebration. Neighbors from throughout the Tennessee valley and from other parts of the state as well crowded into Huntsville for the start of the four-tiny affair. Politically, It was more than Just 3 homecoming. Sparkman arrived ticrc direct from a conference with Oov. Adlal Stevenson, the Democratic presidential nominee, and it would be strange indued it they didn't discuss the Dixie journey and Its part tn the election campaign. Thus, there was speculation that a Sparkmnii radio broadcast scheduled for 3 p.m. (CST) over a statewide network might be of major significance. Jonesboro Girl Wins New Title ST. LOUIS lift — Cynthia Ann Kcmvard of Joiicsbom, Ark, Is (lie queen of the 1952 Radio Appreciation Day. an annual event sponsored by -10 midwest radio stations which broadcast. St. Louis Cardinal baseball games. Miss Kenward, crowned In ceremonies prior to the Cardinal-Cincinnati Reds game Sunday, represented station KBTM of Jonesboro. Special rnnids selected were Phyllis Woodall of Paducah Ky reprcsentingstation WPAB _ FM' and Monte Rae Hauks, Columbia' Mo., station KERU HOPPE UP — Nineteen-year- old Jo Iloppc, In regal regalia, smiles happily after being crowned "Miss Chicago." She will compete in the annual Atlantic City beauty pageant. J.S. General Wins Medal YITH 2nd DIVISION. Korea {/T) — Brig. Gen. Thomas M. Watling- on, commanding general of 2nd division artillery, yesterday was resented one of the highest wards which can be given to a orcign officer by the Republic of orea, the Gnung-mu with Goldi Star. The accompanying citation corn- ended the Atneriran general and division's artillery for their upporl of Die South Korean Oth j Division earlier this year. A Spanish explorer named Juan Diiiz do Solis, searching for a southern passage between the Atlantic and Pacific in 1616, was the first European to set foot on the banks nf the Plata River In Sotuh America, In 194!) there were 293 homicides In New York city. 4 Traffic Deaths Bring Arkansas Total Up to 16 Mountain Home Man Dies to Boost Week's Tabulation By The Associated Press The violent death total In Arkansas swelled to 16 for the week ending midnight Sunday with the reporting of four traffic fatalities during the past week-end Sheriff j. D. Kiiii!, Jr.. said 18- year-old Don Bowling of Mountain Home died Sunday from injuries received in an automobile accident Saturday night. Bowling was injured when the ca. In which he was riding went out ot control o'n Highway 62 near Mountain Home. Coy Calvin Jones. 44. of Rt. 1, [fensley, Ark., was injured fatally Sunday when Die motor scooter he was riding collided with a truck on Highway 167, about 10 miles South of uttie Rock. Stnte Trooper Leslie Caldwell said the truck was driven by Roy Hancock, 28, of Newport. Roy Slabaugh of Cerro Oordo Okla.. was killed Instantly and his laughter. Mrs. Marcene McKee. of he same city, was seriously injured n itn automobile accident about 20 miles west ot Ashdown, Ark Saturday, Deputy Coroner Henry Ford said he truck driven by Slabaugh went out of control, in loose gravel on a country road and overturned. Seven other of the truck's passengers were hospitalized nt DcQuecn. Ark. State Trooper Travis W.ird .said 'Irs. Mabel Mitchel,. 33. of Houston, Tex., was injured fatally Saturday night near Prescott, Ark., when the car in which she was riding hit a bridge abutment on Highway 2*. Gen. Ridqway . To Visit Reich SUPREME HEADQUARTERS, Aled Powers In Europe liP) — Gen. latthcw B. Ridgway' leaves today or a four day visit to Germany, ccompanied by two U. S. Senators. The supreme commander of Aled jwwers in Europe will go lo ft-ankfurt with Senators Russell B. x>ng (D-Ia) and Wayne Morse (R- 3re.). * Some kangaroos live In trees. THE RECORDAK SEES FOR YOU There's no need anymore lo fee! as though you were blindfolded when you misplace n receipt or n cancelled check. The eyes of the Rccordak have Iteert \vnfchinjr for you. The Rccordak is a machine which (akes a picture of every check written by The Farmers Hank. We can always reproduce (he check, should you lose yours. It's another service offered for your prof eel ion by The Farmers Hank £ Trust Co. . . . tbe oldest battk in Mississippi County. THE FARMERS DAMI/& TRUST DAN IV COMPANY The Oldest Bank In Mississippi County "TIME TRIED — PANIC TESTED" F.R.I.C.—S10.WO Each Deposit Member Federal Reserve System by Felix Carney Frequently TV set owners ask the question: "What antenna should I get to assure the best reception?" For example, if you live very close to your area's TV stations, a simple installation may give excellent reception. If you're a considerable distance away, it may be necessary to have a much more extensive antenna setup. Your serviceman is best qualified to advise you, because i'ts impossible to make accurate predictions or recommendations where antennas are concerned without R complete survey. For example, a TV serviceman we know installed his own receiver in a holly area and was prowling around the flat roof of his home trying to find a spot where reception was good. Finally fie gave up in disgust and threw his antenna in a heap on the roof . . . Presto! The picture came in fine! Of course, that's only a "once-in-a-million" case but it shows that sometimes n careful study is needed. The swing of major entertainers into television goes on. Bing Crosby, now that he 'las taken the first plunge in that bijr Olympic Games Tele- Hion a few weeks ago, has de- "ided lo do six big shows next fall. And ISing's own television "reduction agency, Bing Cros- • by Enterprises, is signing; stars right and left for film- j e<i series. Latest in Charles j Winninger, long a top name [ on Broadway and in motion j pictures who will star in a ! humorous TV set of pro- j grams. Don't let your television, set get^ (lie "jumps" on you. I . . . It's hard on your eyes. Be sure of a steady, natural j picture. Choose one of our; lop G.E. sets We actually be- i lieve we have the finest TVi values in town at BLYTHK-i VILLE SALES CO. 109 E. 1 Main St. For sales and service that's guaranteed. Phone: 3G1G. Fair Weather Brings No Joy To Parched South By The Associated Press aalr weather prevailed over most of the nation today and It brc "° Joy to the scorched South niat section faced another day such as Sunday, which brought 113?. c , g ™ temperature to Alva and L Hollls in Oklahoma. There was no rain in si( /heloT"" from heat at least " l The only reported exceptions to h » generally fair weather were South thu « <Ie «'orms In Missouri, Southern Iowa, and a lew showers in Michigan. Egyptian Court Sentences Man to Hang in Riot Case KAFR EL DA WAR, Egypt </P) _ A military court today sentenced f-- vea '-°M Mustafa Khamis to be hanged^ for Instigating riots here AUGUST 18, 198t Nuns Help Fight Drug Addiction in Germany WASSENBERG. Germany M quiet, small hospital run by ca^J ollc nuns in the remote forests n Northwest Germany l s one of th main centers In the fight a»aln drug addiction. . 8aIIL The hospital ts the only Rs ,., m for women drug and alcohol addle in Germany. 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