FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1053 Four Senators Bucking Jinx In Deoio Race Recent History Shows Not Many Have Been Elected Hv Ili;i:il AI.TSCIH'I. WASHINGTON 141 - Tin. four senators m-ntim; for (he Democratic nominat-on for president arc bucking n stubborn jinx — Democratic s.na'.ois have (not before hut never hpr?mo picsirient P The record- show thru the IVnio r crnts hive rho-ell tv.o pres'd n tiiil candi.latrs from tile nei e ranks «f i;, e sonato, nnd neilhei w;:s elected. The Republicans have lnken onlv one candidate from thp Sonato Warren H;irriiii<r, who IV.T; ejected All told, 13 candidates with son- alorial experience have been mmi- limed sin. e tho U. s. l;ei:;m nkt ing presidents Ifi:) veins a^n. Hut only three ux're c-Jevatod into ncmv inalion while actually serving in the Sonato. In the Democratic jockeying as avowed canr'io.-ites now are Kein tors Kstes K'ofauvi'r of Tennessee. Richard Russell of Georgia, Robert Kcrr of Ok'lnhojna nnd Bricn McMahon of Connecticut. Other Senators command- Ing delegate support as favorite Eons but not actually lighting for the nnmmation are Senators Humphrey of Minnesota. Fulbright of Arkansas. Douglas of Illinois and Gillette of Iowa, They seem unconcerned about •'lie presidency - Senate jinx, although if one of them Is to be abominated, he'il have to mess up WVariition pretty badly, and if he's to bo elected, he'll have to break all precedents for his party. The only two Democratic senators to be nominated wore Stephen Douglas of Illinois in I860 — a better-known citi/en named Abraham Lincoln won the election—and Lewis Cass of Michigan, defeated In 1848 by Millard Fillmore. Once a lot of presidents and presidential candidates had Senate experience, but since 1884. there have been only two — Harding and tho present White House occupant, Harry Truman. Tho Republican candidates who were senators before trying for the presidency were: John Fremont, California, 1856; James Blaine. Maine. 1884. and Benjamin Harrison, Indiana, 1838 and J892. The Democrats: Andrew Jackcon, Tennessee, 1828 and 1332; William Henry Harrison, Ohio, 1840v Franklin Pierce. New EJampshlre, 1852; James Buchanan, Pennsylvania, 1856, and Truman, 1948. IN' TKAIXINC:—Airman DonaM James Halnm. ftm of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Hatpin, am vv. Vine SI.. Js completinc Air Pnrcp basic an mm indorlrinai.ir.u roiirsc at Lackland Air Force Ban-. San Antonio. Tex. 2 Counterfeiters M At End of Trail WASHINGTON </r> _ After a cross-country movie-stylo chase, the Secret Service has arrested two Australians accused of leaving a trail of counterfeit $100 bilk. Secret Service Chief U. E. Baughman announced yesterday the ar- rcft of the two in California after a pursuit from New York that led to Hollywood and San Francisco. I.V KKSft'E TKAINING-Lt. K. L. Overlon of „,, heaciea a group of land and air rescue workers which pirtert a rigorous training and observation project on • land of Tnik. A services publication commended the pro, !Us project 50 seriously," u. Over ton is pictured above chieftain on the island. recently recently corn- Pacific is- for "taking th a native i/lt: STATIONED IN KNr.!,ANT>- Set. John Hoover, son of Mr. and Mrs. w. L. Floovcr, 701 Jamison, is now stationed in England with the Air Porce. He is a sergeant- major. News of Men In the Service ^ %^ .*? - \m ;•> v, . j P/c. Wilburn S. Eatmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Odis Eatmon, Rt. 1 Wilson, is now participating a* a cannoneer in a coastal defense exercise in the Pacific Northwest near Port Lewis. Wash. He enlered the Army in March. 1951. - AT FORT RRAGG - Charles Edwnrd Hoover, son ot Mr. and M .™- w - L Hoover, Is a linesman MO «V r Porce 8t Fort B "?K N.C. He h» s been In (he Air Fora "" d h ° ldS the rank •* Pfc,. Auhry Bnrmingha. or Rt, 3, Kennelt. has been graduated from the combat truck drivers' school operated by the Eighth Army In Korea. He has been In Korea since April. William L. Harmon, foreman. SN. son of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Harmon of Lenanto, is participating in Operation Beehive aboard the destroyer USS Mclviri in Mediterranean waters. Ike Eases into First Vacation After Return Home to Politics In22 eesslbyllbyl JT455aed 18 FRASER. Co!o. If—Oen. Dwigbt D. Eisenhower eased into his first vacation today since coming home from his European defense duties almost two months ago. Eisenhower and n Denver businessman friend. Akfcl Nielsen plan to get In plenty of fishing and as the general puts It, "do nothing ( —in a ble; way." Nielsen's secluded ranch, complete with all modern conveniences, is their hideaway for the next week. 0» The general marie the 72-mile 'drive yesterday shortly after ho and-his wife. Nf.imie. hade farewell to their soldier son. .\iaj, John Eisenhower, as he stopped briefly Two Armed Bandits Rob Hotel Near White House WASHINGTON' I',T.—Police (ortay trmtfd for two anr.rrt bnncms who ffcnufd wi-h n:oi'c r.'i.ii! 57 f,w> from a hotel a few blori:s frn-.ii tho \vhitp Ho:ise af!,-r piling furniture on 'heir thrrr ho!rl::p viftin--. The darinz rinylishl rnlinorv nr- r.'rrr-d ri,i;-;n: tho ,-,oo n lur.ir vcs- tcrdrtV just af'rr th-^ v.r.- ca--h [or tho Rn rrr F n wh jjnrrt rm- plovrs hart ben, hro-irhl. from the Plenty of ffope Should Be AvaHahle in U.S. • bf plenty nf ropo for f-rm Slid in• ^."fml piirro'r-s frps year, rcnor's 'a fihcr commlttrp of the ror-laae So-.th Anir:-;. an countries have : liicrr,i.'rd ihe r,-mlitv niul nuantity, of '- ; -:^inin ru-orii!r!i.-in. | vor.= ifv:ii7 if.' p^rirnhnro :s 2 ard fwr-t -r, p ro ^., rfl ^o rfio. tons tn.- vrr,r :;--d n*,":-? tl>^n double t Argentina Buying Wheat in Denver en route to Seatlle and Korea. It was an emolional send-off for Ihe 20-year-old major. Mrs. Eisen^ hower. who remained in Denver with her mother, Mrs. John Bond choked back tears as she said When Ihe big transport taxied olt en route to Seattle. Mrs. Eisenhower waved and then kissed the cenoral. who had paced nervously hack and forth before cotn^ up the plane's stars to have a final word with his son. After arriving at the cump Eisenhower and NicU-cn fished (or an hnur nnd a half nlon™ the St. Louis Creek near here. Each landed one trout — about seven inches Ions?. A f:vc-ear detachment of news- mrn accompanied Eisenhower to the Nielsen much, hut because of the lack of nrcommodntions for so mrnv. they returned to Denver la-l mint. Tlifv have m-rnivjori to •:<-! daily news r,| the general, hnw- I.V BASIC — Pv t. Paul Oravcj son of Mrs. c. G. Kesley of Blytheville !c now undergoing basic Irainin? for anti-aircraft, artll- ery at Fort Bliss. Tex. He en- Usted in the Army here last monih. Co///e Dog Stands Watch 19th Day in Strange Vigil at Mine CITY. Mo. iff) —A gaunt Scotch collie dog stood watch at. an aoondoned mine today—the 19th day of its strange visit And as the dog watched, volnn- Irer workers renewed their efforts o solve the niystery-if any-of the flooded lead mine. No one knows why th<> snlmal ha.s remained at the brink of the mine shaft, near this tiny Southwestern Missouri town. Residents of the area speculate that perhaps the dog's owner met with foil! play or accidentally tumbled into the shaft.. But no one has : been reported missing. i County Prosecutor George Henry' said he was convinced something of importance will be found. I The latest effort by volunteer workers to delve into the mine Is a pumping operation. They hope to pump oiil enough wnlcr to uncover a platform that span? the shaft 125 feet below the surface. The platform presumably would stop any object lhat might have fallen into the tnine. I UIHOTUS opcralions carried on I nnrlior proved fruitless. ' The do? is a stranger in Ihe com- j mtinity. | Nearby residents and the humane society have provided Ihe collie with food and a doghouse. Earlier this week the animal col- lap.spd. A report it had been poisoned brought out Biliary poljce from nearby Joplin, Mo., but by the time police arrived at |,he shaft, the dog had revived. It apparently was overcome by fumes from the mine AM CONDITION"!-;!) J!V RKFHKJK RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. PRI1UY "JET JOB" Slanlov CIcinriTts .Inhn I.ilc) Chews Money VANCOUVER. Canada f/P) _ A dog here that will chew anvthlnc found a large envelope nnd started chewing, scattering $180 In hill< Police were called and the moncv was returned to Dr. M. L Edgar who lost t he envelope on the street! a tew days previously. NEW Air CondiHoned By Refrigeration "Your ('ommunily Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. ft Sun. I'hnne 58 KRIDAY f.ASTTIMKS TONITIC 2 HITS XK'.V YORK :iv. Arwnrina. 'or | n=i p -rnr iry ^ leading exporter r " >r '' ; ;* r'^r'ntii," for the p::iy,',.i: - ,''f .'"n 00!) .tons o! wheat. r,:••>•.,> rv'irrt« S1 id a poor victd ! in :i.' I'..' :-.rrrft and a rirrllnp in i -,'y^, a rr.-'-i- nrr! rr-sponsihte for Vr n .j s h; ' : "' i '- s ' < - (1 in December aiid| SATURDAY "MYSTERIOUS DESPERADOES" Tim Hoi! • Richard .Martin SAT. OWI, SHOW "THE PROWLER"; Van Heflin • Evelyn Keycsj 'KONGA, THE W5LD STALUON' r'rcfl SI one Knrhctlc Hudson SATl/KDAY "ROLL ON TEXAS MOON' liny Rogers SAT. OWI, RH()\\DEADLINE U.S.A." St'N.-MOX.-Tl.-KS. 'WAGONS WEST' Rod Cameron, N'oah iieery, ,[r. & Humphrey Kim Hunter SU.V.-MON. "BELLE ON THEIR TOES' .Joanne Train .leffrey Hunter ************ Blytheville FRIDAY, JULY 'COURT HOUSE LAWN 8:00 P.M. Be Sure and Hear His Message! JACK HOLT SPEAKS! Osceola 2:30 P.M. — Blytheville 8:00 P.M. 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