The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1949 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1949 BLYTHEVIUJ: (ARK.) COUWW K8W» PAGE FIVB Barkleys Remark Hints of Same £ rkons « Sto * c T- I M f r\ M. ' mco Ticket for Democrats in 19D2 Honors Osceolo By Jack Hell WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. f/P) — VUre President BarkU-y's prediction tlie Democrats will keep on winning forever stirred speculation today of a Trunuivt-Biirktey encore ticket In 1952. It ['resident Truman has decided he .su't uoiliR to run again, ho hasn't told the politicians. The little signs by which a president's intentions are jvidgerl a\l seem to point tire other way. And no one in Washington doubts that It Mr. Trmuan does run again, tru- ebullient Barkley will be avall- ^able for the second slot on the Vj^.et. His fricmls can't IniaEiue. (STrklcy bowini! out of the picture afier tour years of the kind of fun he is having IwiuR vice president. As Ihe Veep- a name his grandchildren laKRrd on him by running l!ic letters 'V.P.' together—Barkley is cutting a wide political and social swath. As he himself puts it. he is "old John Stuck" when the party needs a top orator to rally the faithful at a moi'.o.y raising banquet or a national broadcast such as the Democrats are"coming up with uary 4. 1'reskleiit Truman gets to duck a tot of these chores because Bprklcy loves to talk and can rip oft a political speech at the drop of a hat. Predicts Successes narktey came, up with his most optimistic forecast at Miami, Fla.. lasr week. He said it is his candid Judgment that In the 1950 congressional elcrfinns. in the 1952 presidential tace and "throughout the years of the future" voters will continue to give the Democrats a majority. Republicans Indicated they don't think much of the vice president n Bolhtcal 5eer. Said Senator Brcwstcr of Maine, tbe GOP senatorial campaign committee chairman: "That sounds just like tbe Republicans talked In October. 1948." At that time, some Republicans thought they had the Truman- 1 Barkley ticket so badly beaten the election would be a shoo-in for i^m. It didn't happen that wav. '"If the Democrats offer the Trn- man-Barklev ticket as a repeater in 1952. it will be one a! tl:0 most vulnerable ever presented to the American voter.s. In May of that year. Mr. Truman will'be GB years old. If elected, he would tie William Henry Harrison, who died after a month in office, as the oldest president. f™ ™ JONESHORO, Dec. 20. W'J—I;. W. (Tex) Plunkett, associate professor I of English and Journalism, 1ms been named Ihe most popular Instructor for the fourth time in five years I by the students at Arkansas Stan College. Results of the annual who's who election were announced today. Jeft I O. Smith of Searcy was' chosen I most popular boy. Mnrjorie 'Pale' Bailey ol Wynne and Veva Joy Hall of Jonesboro tietl for tile most popular girl honor. Miss Bailey also [was named most versatile and wittiest Birl. Miss Hall was voted the best dressed Rirl. Others elected were Bobby Reid I of Osceola. most versatile boy: Wayne Oldliam of Jone.sboro, most talented boy; Dee Bontier of Col] linsville, III., wittiest boy; nob \ Nichols of West, Memphis, ui^t handsome man; Jo Ann Baker of Ti.-burp, most beautiful girl; Denver Patrick of Jonesboro, best 1 dressed boy; Fred Pierce of Lake Village, boy most likely to succeed: and Marpie Lou Street of Cave City, girl most likely to succeed. .tvestock REFLECTIONS ON "ONE WORLD"-The all-glass side ot the new United Nations secretariat building captures nnd refleets New Yolk's East Side skyline just as Itie sun fades and the evening lights begin to go on Obituaries Bad News tor British LONDON. Drc. 20. M>»—A British unioa official predicted lotiay United Kingdom shipyards wiU have io lay off 75.000 workers by LQ5L E. J. Hill, general secretary of tiie Hoilcrnirthers Society, snid '5,000 .ship repair men are out ol j / * al- •a<ly, and advised union members: "Unless orders come in more uickly. 1951 is going to be a lean ear nnd probably the beginning of serious shipbuilding slump in this omitry." Hill said 24 British shipyards out f 37 hnve no new orders for 19511950, he added, the yards will omplctc 2!)G ships while starling niy 102 new ones. Rites Tomorrow For Victim of Hunting Accident Funeral services tot Mart Hilt Jr.. 20. victim of a hunling accidcot \vil! be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the First Baptist Church it Manila, by the Rev. Guy Magec astor. ial will he in the Manila Com -fctery, under the direction of th lloward Funeral Home. Mr. Hilton, an employe oi the 3an C. Fincher Farnw at Manila, diei about 1:30 a.m. Monday, after tein wounded under Ills left shoulde 'A'hen a gun di.scbai'Ked nci^ident! on 9:30 p.m., Sunday \vhile i motor boat on Big Uike retinnin from a luint. Two companions, Dave Lownm and Boj-d Adkins, took him to th Ration Clinic in Manila, where I died. He U survived by Ills witc, Mrs. Hazel Hilton: 11 son. Marvin: wo daughters, PhiliLs and Geraldine Hilton; his pareliU. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Hilton; and a sister, Mrs. Joe Foster, all of Manila, RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Pope Jo Speak Friday VATICAN CITY. Dec. 20— lift— The Pope's Christmas message in re.siHinse to greetings by the College ot Cardinals %vilt be broadcast, over Vatican radio at 11 a.m. (4 a.m. CSTi Friday, the newspaper Ob- servatove Romano announced today. Vatican radio will broadcast radio translations ot the speech in 16 languages. Better Than 14,000,000 Ba/es of Cotton. Have [Been Ginned, Report Says WASHINGTON. Dec. 20—(,JV~ I The Census Bureau reported today Hint 14.715,GG[> running bale.s ol cotlon from Hie 1949 cl'op were \ giunert pvlov to Dec. 1. Thi.s mimbru' cojnpai'cd with 12.144,152 ginned to the same fiate [last, year aurt 10.016.013 to the same date uvo year. 1 ; ngo. included were 3,026 bnlos o( PITTSBURGH. Dec 20- AmericanEgyptinu cotton compared i Ilislricl. iitesidcius o( the United with 2.800 last year and 804 tu-ii • Mine Workers said today the up\years at-o. There were no hales of | lion's 480,000 con! miners had re- with 5 last ceived orders to \\ork only two days on each of the next two weeks, and John Bnsarello, president of UM \V district live: and James Mark, Arkansas 1,501,001 and 1.570.626: district two head, said the miners bales; Louisiana 626.237 and 70V M3; Mississippi 1.451.21G and 1.992.477; Texas S.223,-137 and 2?i\f>,- Al I FOR JOE—H Josel Stalin drinks all the liquor that liis French comrades are sending him lor his 10th birthday Dec. 21. they'll probably hnve to pour Joe in nnd uul ot the Kremlin for Ihu rusl ol his natural lilc. Liquor Ijotllcs predominate in the hiyout of birthday Rifts r.nt toficlJicr in I aris by French Reiis. The bicycle was lnKRcd "to lie given to the youni;es( melal worker in the U.h £>.lt. (Tholo by NEA-Acmc skirt correspondonl Rene Henry.) Miners Told to Work Only Two Days per Y/cek Sea Island compared year ajui 20 two years ago. Ginning by states this year last, respectively. Included: Murky Fog Played Hab With Airline Travel | Nrw Oilcans, however. Otfi( ial \ 'iljlllly alnill! Ihe Ml:.sl^sl|)|>l lil [\\m\ \v.us i>nr lout. Only fcl'ty \w\ ATLANTA. Dec. 20 -W,-- A:"^ 1 ^"'" "'" "vcr, uuto Hal vvhlcli cloaked most ot «'' s planned nil Ihc way betwo Slllll- NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI, c. 20. (AP>—(USDM— Koii 1S,- 600; market generally steady, spots lower on lights under 170 )bs; rrows and gllta 180-KO Its mostly 25-50; lop 1650; 230-250 IbS 15.1525: 2CO-300 Ibs 15.00-75; 160-110 16.00-U5; 130-160 IDS 15.25-16W, «s 400 lb.s down 13.25-76; heavier rids 11.00-12.75; stags 9.00-11.00. Cattle 4000; calves 1200; few early ediiim steers 22.W-50; lew good .00-27.00; common and medium ,00; cows active and steady to 50 eifers and mixed yearlings 17.00- ifjhcr; common and medium 14.- Vie.OO; canncrs and cutters 11,004.00; odd head good cows 1650; mils strong to 25 higher; medium nd Bood 17.00-18.25; cutter and ommon 14.00-10.00; vealers 1.00 ighcr; Rood nnn choice 21.00-M.W; odii head to 3G.OO; conimon and me- ium 17.00-25.00. NEW Jim Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Mulincc Saturday & Sundays Mat.-Sun. I (i.tn Cunt Showin Manila/ Ark. Tuesday "ONE LAST FLING" Also Shorts ts murky the south last night began born retreat loctny. A heavy, tlii[>py fog still gripped duv.ii .since- last muhl. New Orkiins and Union Kmigc, I.; in id air iictSvilty h»* been close Wednesday & Thursday "THE PARAD1NE CASE" with Grcfiory Peck Also Short* 324. Duke and Duchess Sail would work on Wcthic.sri(i.v,s ami Thursdays o n 1 y because of the Christmas and Nc\v Year Holidays. The country's miners currently are working three days a week on ihc orders of UM\V president John EJ. Lewis- They have to pen working j j Mondays, Tuesdays and Wcdncs- i days. | Malk said he had sisned seven \ '. central Pennsylvania coal operators i PARIS. Dec- 20. f/Pi— The Diike and Dvchpf.s of Windsor .sail lor New York tomorrow on the Cminid liner Queen Elizabeth. £ t of the Dnke'.s stair "» contracts in the past few days. declined to name them or e.iv<* j \ the, pacts. 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