The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 16, 1949
Page 5
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FRIT)AY, DECEMBER 16, IM9 COURIEP NEWS Eisenhower Still Called Candidate Coin Sees Nomination Race Between Toft, General and Srasscn ".v Jnrk llrll , WASHtNGTON, nee. 16. (A1 Another Republican counted Gen. UngM p. Eisenhower In the race f^,- ° M ° OP Presidential nomination today, despite the general's denial of interest. Senator Cain <R-Wash> told a reporter Hie way thliiBs look to him »<>'<. It will be a Uu-cr.-man field with Eisenhower, Harold K. stassen nnd Senator Holjert A. Tad o( Ohio jj^wn the stretch. Gun added Stassen, president of the University of Pennsylvania, to what Rep. Hugh D. Scott. Jr., former GOP national chairman, forecast would lie a two-man race bc- t'retn Tatt and Elsenhower. Scott said a nine-day Western trip convinced him dial "unless some favorite son comes alone at the last minute" the Ohio Senator •inrt llic retired general of the armies will be the leading candidates. At Korl Worth. Texas, yesterday. Eisenhower told a news conference thai "1 have no political angle and I'm not going to let any sort of talk o.v others make me a candidate." Then lie continued ilis warning against too much government, one of his favorite themes, ife said: "Everybody today is scared of so many things. The poorest way to approach a solution is to centralize too much power In the federal government." Cain reported that plenty of people are talking about Elsenhower. The Senator said he thinks Republicans ought to be concerning themselves with the 1950 Congressional races instead of wondering what is going to happen In 1952. .Attempt to Sabotage Gen. Chennoult's Plane In Hong Kong Foiled fJHONG KONG, Dec. 1C. on—An attempt to sabotage the Civil Air Transport, plane in which Mnj. Gen. Claire Chennnuil planned to leave shortly for Taipeh was broken up here today. Police said they were holding one "suspect." Attempts also were made to sabotage three other CAT planes nt the field. Shortly before CbennaiiH planner! to take off for Formosa, 200 em- ployes of CAT surrounded the planes and demanded that Chcn- nault give them six months' pay. While the discussion was »oing on, Chief Pilot Robert Rousselot, of Noel. Mo., discovered several men attempting to cut the cables to the hydraulif brakes. A free-for-all fight which followed lasted until police arrived nncl drove the .dissidents from the field. chennaiiH took off shortly afterward. ' Springfield, Mo., Man med General Manager Frisco Raolroad ST. LOUIS. Dec. 16. W-Robort J. Stone o( Springfield, Mo., will be the new general manager of the Frisco Railroad. His promolion from assistant general manager to succeed S. J. Fraz- ler was announced yesterday by Frisco President Clark Hungerforrt Frnzicr has been named vice presl dent In charge of operation Howard W. Hale of Springfield general superintendent of transportation, will 'succeed Stone. E. P. Ol.son. superintendent of the Eastern Division at Springfield will succeed Hale. E O. Daughtrey. superintendent of the Central Division at Kort Smith, Ark., will succeed Olson And Paul J. Schmllz. assistant ci'perintcnrlent of the Eastern Division, will replace Daiightrcy at Fort Smith. Life Span Increasing For U. S. Population NEW YORK -«>,- Population statistics for the United States 'it, 0 ™' 5 lhat approximately 6.8 per •a 1 are SS years of age or over jlo'npared with 2.7 per cent in 1880. » is estimated that at the current rate of increased age the ratio will have gone to 13.2 per cent at the end of the century. .The volt, measurement of electri- eity, was namc< j aftcr Alfc-sandro >olla .inventor of the voltiac coll, or "wef battery. LUXORA NEWS By Mrs G. C. Driver The Luxora i'TA held its monllil; mcethiB In Ihe school cafeteria Wednesday afternoon, with forl; cisht members present. For the mil sical portion of the program. Dalton FowfsUm iHcseiilcd his higl school glee club singing Christina Carols. Mrs. A. B. Rozelle. president, presided over the business meeting, after which Mr.s. Autci Chit,\roort presented the program "Children Need to Know Beauty. 1 Mrs. Chitwood was assisted by Miss Eunice Siiinn, school librarian, ant Mr. Fowlslon, nnisic Instructor, the room count, attendance prizes were won by the fifth and ninth grades. Hostesses for the meeting were the fifth and sixth grade mothers and the respective leach cr.s. Mrs. Roitelle announced that [he PTA would sponsor a Square Dance next Monday evening, December 10 in the high school gymnasium, fo: the public, beginning at 8 p.m. se Iccced students from Wilson Higr School will serve as callers for the affair, with music to be furnishe by a local string band. "The Coming of the Kins." a llv ing picture and carol program, wil be presented at the Lllxora n-aptis Church, Sunday. December 18. at p.m. Scriptures will be rear! by the paslor. Rev. A. B. Hill, ami (he fol lowing living pictures with thci carols will appear: The Anuncla lion. The Visitation, Arrival a Bethlehem. Apparition of the Shcp herds. Angels In Adoration. Adorn tion of Shepherds, The Adoration o the Kings, Madonna In Adoration and the Holy Family. Spncila music will" be presenlei by Misses Dixie Hazel Howard Wade McHenry and Tommy J Olive, ard James Hill.'- > N B W Km Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m Matinee Saturday & Sundays Mal.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cunt Slinwinf Manilo, Ark. Frit) ay "CORONER CREEK' with ltaiidi>|ph Scot I Also Shorts Saturday "RIDE, RYDER, RIDE' with .lim Kraimun A!MI Shorts Saturday Owl Show "ALIAS THE CHAMP" with Barbara Fuller Also Shorts Sunday & Monday "I WAS A MALE WAR BRIDE" with Carv Grant and Ann .Sheridan Also Shorts Closed for the Season We wish to thank each and everyone for their loyal support of W. L. MOXI.KY BLY ALLWmTr'VagA'y.K Fri.-Sal. • () pcn r ,:M Two Dig Hi( s Plus Serial • Cartoon Also JiiiiBlc Thriller — Courier News 1'linlo f HI.VlilKVll.l.K JUNIOIt CIIOIR-On stayc fur their pint of tlic annual Christmas concert in the sdiool auditorium Wednesday night is the Blytlieville Junior High guliool Cliulr. Scatcr at tho pinno is Mrs. Murray Smart, accompanist. The choir is directed by Mrs. J. Wilson Ile'nry! McMath Denies Appeal By Convicted Unionist LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 16. I/I 1 ) — A 30-dny jail term still is in stiji-e ftn- labor Ip.ulcr Joe Foiuim. Qovcrnor McMath declined yes- terday (o lift the sentence given Folsom fur contempt of Washington County Chancery Court for vlo- lalinp, ihe court's order ugainst picketing at a Paycttevillc construction project. Folfom is president of tlie Fort Smith Building Trades Council and sin official nt the AfT, International Hurt Carriers Union. He found Rtillfy of vinlndiiit an orilcr by the Chancellor John K. Butt prohibiting; plckclhic .it Ihe rural electrification buildtlls being; built at Fayettcville last sprite. He was fined si.nno and sentenced -to GO days in lull. The Arkansas Supreme Court reduced the fine to S50U and the sen- lencc to 30 days. Portageville News By iMrs. Unymoml Toombs J'lumc t'U TV, '"',* atralr *' M for nf the hnipirc Craft Corp Christmas n:uila(:i Set The cantata. "Ills Natal Day." will be jncscllted Sunday at T.;U) p.m. Mi l-'itst liapllst Church under the direction nf Krtsar Ailer, public t'hool mn.sic director. Tuesday the Hrothcrhood will meet it] the church. ( speaker will be vioyd Uamletl. I'emiscot Cuunty school superintendent. M.V.I 1 . Christmas Party The Meihndiftt Youth I'Vllowship i>| New Madrid Comity Had its sub- disttirt meeting at Moorchonsc Monday. _ Portaci-villc's Methodist Youth Fi'llmi-smi! was represented. Next ounty sub-district mectini! will lie hrlii on o iti PortiiKcville. fur l.ouls l.a Tcrnpy Radio tube.s In England arc culled "valves." l-'L'Licral services for Louis L,U l-'erney. Hr.. were eondiicted in the Church ol God Sunday by the Rev. Klmer I'Mcj-linc. Interment was it) Portaiirville Cemetery. He died at the home of his dauphin, Mr.s. Willie Puree!!. In Ynrbr, Friday. Survivors Include two sous L. M. La I-Vrney. Portrifievltle, C. C. La f'erney. Wyntr. Ark.; and two ilaiwhicrs. Mrs. Purcell and Mrs Mary Christian. Liltlc Rock. Del.isle Funeral Home was In Kill's for Trent Johnson Funeral services for Trent Johnsen writ: conducted in DcLislc Funeral Home Thursday. llurial and another short service lout: place in ZJoll. Tellll. Survivors include his wile. Mrs ImoRcnc Johnson, three childrei and his mother. Mrs. R. I,. Johnson Louisville, Ky. Cull Scout .Veils l.oral Cub Scout dens mrt with Mrs. D:ck Wilson and Mr.s. Jess Marr in the recreation room O f the Methodist Church Monday afternoon, JJoih me "lien Minlicj-s." Mrs. A. C. Carter, a,Cul> mothfr. assisted Mrs. Wilson and Mrs Marr in .supervision of basket weaving,'. The current project of the ujoup calls Jo r each Cub in make a basket for his mother. Cub mothers me invited to attend the meeting's I'ailliful Workers Mfcl I.nst Friday the Failhfu] Workers Class ot the Baptist Church had '(••• Christinas j>rog>r"m with Mrs I.. B. Willey and Mr.s. Hazel Willcy Mrs, W. O. Holly was In char;;e oi the social hour, (Sifts were ex- cliiuij../! among the IB members presenl and special Rifts were presented Mrs. William Stephens, president of (lie class, and Mrs. J U Damron. class teacher, llctiesh- mcjil.s were served. Social Notes Mr. and Mrs. Thad llrown and Mrs. Jack Wat TOM were to br in Memphis. Tenn,, Thur.sday for the iininiitl Chnstlnns party Riven by the Chevrolet Motor nivisinn. Chrv- ro'rt dealers from tins iirca. their wives and assistants were Inviud lo I lie i>arly. The tiny fcaLurcd an al- Imioon tea and banquet and dance at nlRhl. Mr. and Mrs. Allied Newcomb uf- tcnilt'd a dinner Monday in Ken- lightCoughs /^y^. due to coldj...eased ; Iv'. "*6T^ without "dosing" ^TR^VJCKS fc- v VAPORJa RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark: I'Vicljiv * Saturday "HAUNTED TRAILS" with Whip Wilson Cartoon & Serial SAT. NITI-: cnvi, snow "BLACK MIDNIGHT" willi Ruddy McDowell Also Carlnnn Sunday. Monday ci Tuesihiy "OUTPOST IN MOROCCO" with Ceorec Raft Warner N'civs and Caitniin GUARD'S ^ /imamm... $£ -J-^jt- M ° RE be ° Uty • • • MORE c ' ualif y - • MORE long-lasfing -^ >& value in a gift of jewelry. And it means more in the We give you MORE for your money here, whether you spend much or little. OPEN AN ACCOUNT ^ Q LateM ityte rfrcsvrr vis; lovely lined and, boxed in exquisite chests '/,.„ »10 as 3-DIAMOND fISHTAIl RING JCQ75 Thrill her Mth ttiu biiihstonc ri. (lankrrt by 4 (entitne diamond. Mountin E ol IOK gold Cho:ct o( .ny'birlh- itonr for her birllidale. Man'i large diamond srt in handiorne, tnnuive mounting of MK gold Vml our gift and lamp department; large selection electric Choice o( Ven-thin cloclti (nr every room in.- »-«ichfi .*,ih |jt,u you, home. *.' „ Item O Ito. TV/IN V/EDDING , BANDS, BOTH

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