The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1952 · Page 11
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• •IIM1JAY, 8BPT. IT, 1981 BLYTREVILLE (ARK.) COUKIHR JOEWI Arkansas News Briefs— (Gentry Wants Paid Attorneys [For State to Be Assistants BT Th* Ai LITTLE ROCK — Tin Democratic nomlnw lor tttorney general wants ill attorney* on the state payroll designated Msistint ittorney generate. T. J. "Tom" Gentry said yesterday he would mslce such i recommendation to Democratic gubernatorial nominee Francis Cherry and the 1W3 General AMembly. Gentry satd attorneys getting their saUries from the »t»t« should be placed under the attorney general and he should be made r«pon- jsible for their actions. WtHart Backi Officer C/ierry Would Fir* LITTLE ROCK — The State Welfare Board has recommended reappointment of » state officer whom Democratic gubernatorial nominee Francis Cherry says he will fire If elected. The Board yesterday said Mrs. Henry Bethell, state commissioner of welfare, Is "the best equipped person in the state* to carry on the work of the department." Cherry had said he would dismiss Mrs. Bethel! If he becomes governor. The board, however, said it would fully cooperate with Cherry and his program. | State Groceries to Post Prices Sept. 29 LITTLE ROCK — Beginning Sept. 3S you can walk In any grocery store in Arkansas and see In black snd whit* what you have to pay for about 400 items. The Office of Price Stabilization said yesterday the state's grocery stores would be required on that date to post charta on celling prices for some 400 commodities. | Arkaniat Said Facing Bad forest Fire Season , . LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas faces "one of the worst forest fire sea- T*>n» in liUtory thii fall" State Forester Fred Lang said yesterday. And because of this the Keep Arkansas Green Association will make a concerted effort to reduce forest fire* in the state. The group will hold It* seventh annual meeting Oct. 10-11 at Hot Springs. I Miller County Names Judge in Special Primary TBCAKKANA — In a special Democratic primary yesterday, B. B. Lanler, former county Jailer, was nominated as Miller County Judge. Lanier. who will take office In January, succeeds Jewel Evers. Evers died recently and his wife, Eva, wa* appointed to serve until the change In office. Or* did not teek re-election. Ijinier polled 2,43* votes to j.leo total for Raymond Soroggins and A. P. Ooj. I Stuttgart Man Killed In Indiana Mishap MT. TERNON, Ind. — Jtorty-elght-year-old Bhellle E. Tudor, of fltuttsart, Ark., was killed yesterday when the lift in which he was rid- inc Ml. r WM ail implcy* »f the Zefenr Thermometer Co., of Chicago. |Cr«Mett Men Named to Head Pftone Association HOT «PRINas — Jack Tucker ol Crowetl la the new president of Wit Arkansas Telephone Astoclatlon. Elected yesterday at the close of the organization's two day conven- iMon here, Tucker succeeds C. T. Adair of star City. Other offleer« are: T. B. Hollingsworth, Stuttgart, first vice president; R. I,. Bankson, Little Rock, second vice president; and H. R. Wll- bourn, Jr., Sheridan, re-elected secretary-treasurer. - ••-•-* PAGE ELEVKM nltleewoman and agre* to be replaced (respectively) by Dewey Davenport, Clinton, of the Third Congressional District: Charles K. Black, Corning, of the First DIs- rlct, and Mrs. Frank McOillicud- dy, Malvern, of the Sixth District. "This will scatter the leadership 10- 5 - 1920 > 1924 1928 1932 1936 1940 1944 1948 PULL1NQ IN THE VOTES—Newschart above shows the popular vote for the two major politi.-al parties since 1»20. The Democrats were second best until Franklin Roosevelt was elected in 1932 During the 1938 election, the Democrats established an all-lime record in vote-getting with more ; „, PV 1110 " volcs - The maximum Vole for the Republican candidate to dale is 22 million votes for We nOfH, \VUlkie in 1940. In the past two elections the GOP has narrowed the gap, bul not enough to oust the Democrats from the White House. of the Repuollcan party over th« slntc. It will lake It out of the hands of one section of the slate — actually one city in the state Little Rock — with the result that there will be more harmony and all bos- slstn will be eliminated." Mrs. Flemmol al-n Is from Little Rock. Speck CreaUd T«npe«t Spec it created the tempe«4 with the old guard Republlcana when h* was quoted as eaying "we're going to have a state governor—that'a Mr. Cherry — and we're going to have a federal governor—that'« m«. YOV OCT PLENTY OF iT tM [0/d Art Objects Cfcecfced \ln $. lllhtoh C«ve* Jeff Speck Says Townsend, and LITTLE ROCK M — Jeff Speck, whose statements as the Republican gubernatorial nominee have brought nn open break within Hie Arkansas party's ranks, says he'll get out of the governor's race If certain other GOP leaders will resign their positions. . i Two Republican candidates for Congress, John H. Joyce of Fayetteville and Alonzo Ross of Conway, yesterday criticized Speck for claiming he would become "a federal governor of Arkansas" if Gen. Elsennower were elected as president, even if he lost the gubernatorial race to Democrat Pranchis Cherry. They demanded that Speck drop out of the'race. Joyce Is running against Rep. He'll Quit Race Only If Cobb, Mrs. Remmel Will Resign Posts James Trimble for the Third Con- if Osro Cobb will resign as slate gressional District seat; Ross is chairman; Wallace Townsend as Rep. Brooks Hays' opponent in the Fifth Congressional District. Previously GOP State Chairman Osro Cobb and National Commit- leeman Wallace Townsend. both of Little Rock, rebuked Speck. Joyce said "Spect's statements are purely persona] and most positively do not express the views or altitudes of the Republican party . as. a whole nor of Republicans as individuals." j Ross saiil "the Republican parly ' does not believe in one-jiian bossism." I Speck answered the demands of; Joyce and Ross'with: "...I will resign (as the nominee) • national commitleemnn, and Mrs. A. C. Rcmmel RS national com- PHILLIPS 6tf GASOLINE! Q No wonder Junior is cheering for Phillips 66 Gasoline; He ktioivs it'3 a standout for all around performanct and economy. It's packed with lii-Test energy! The Hi-Test elements in Phillips 66 Gasoline tsAur* smooth performance. Phillips 66fires fast and evenly ... provides easy starting and lively acceleration. And you 1*1* gasoline because Phillips f>6 is blended to biirn efficiently ... to het[i prevent waste and cranlccase dilution. Along with ill this, Phillips (>f> Gasoline i» controlled **• cording to the season. Summer, winter, ipriag or fall— Phillips 6rj Gasoline is right for your car! \Vhal mor« could you a*k for your gasoline dollar? Next time, atop at a station Wiicre you see the orange and black Phillip* 66 Shitldj LUBRICATE FOR SAFETY EVERY 1,000 MttES I are trying to oraok the mystery of I weird earvings and paint in it on I wall* of cave* and rock uhelters In 1 South Illinois. Figure* repreaent mythological [character!, the nn, the swastika land animal life. Irvin Pelthman, I curator of archaeology at Southern [Illinois University, »ayi there !• no [tradition among living Indians to [explain Southern Illinois' earliest I art works. The explanation may I com* from digging in prehistoric [village*. "' i'jMvTK' BEATS "51 WHEAT-Abo« Newech»rt cotnpem. the Department ol Agriculture's Uteri wheat crop forecast with iMt month's government prediction, 1951's short crop and the Id-rear . average for the period of 1M1- 1950. All crops combined are approaching the second highest y«»r on record. k Today NbrthW? SMT The* Don't Spoil H Wrtt Jl *»o. ifci V<», tor only * dime roll of T«tm, jo« can h*»e more fun today and every day— catinp In c food* you lik « without fear of ftocn- ach distress. For •[- moM inuantly, T«im hnnft loothiajt rclitl from heartburn, gas, presmre paini. Quick- Ir n«i )t rali;e excess — *cid. No mixing, no aicr needed. Juu eat I or 2 dclfciom um< after meah or when««r 4 ioo uch ealing. dnnXm.t;, smoking upsti .jr uom»ch. G« a roll of America's ioriie after-m**! «iint» today. Have a Coke... and work refreshed When your job has yon hedged in, pause and enjoy a frosty bottle of Coke. Work refreshed. • OITKO UHOSI AUTHORITY Of IHt COCA-COl* COMrAHY It COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF SL.YTHEVILLE 1 1«}, THE coct. you ore invited to meet MARTIN ROBERTSON Special Representative of Kahn Tailoring Co. Of Indianapolis will Be at Our Store All Day THURS. & FRI.-SEPT. 18 & 19 He m bringing with him the latest fashions and fabrkj for men and wtxncn. i.c( him help you make your selections and take your measure- mean AOW for delivery later. R.D. Hughes Co,

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