The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 30, 1952
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 80, 198t BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE Truman W/nsf/e Stop Sets Precedent in U.S. SECURITY By GARDNER BRIDGE WASHINGTON Wl — President Truman's cross-country campaign trip In behalf of the Stevenson- Bparkmon ticket is setting a precedent in American politics. Never before hns a retiring pres- Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton Open High Low 1:15 Oct ..... ... 3840 3856 3838 3814 Dee ....... 3S52 - 3H69 3850 385G Mar ....... 3850 3873 38iO 38fiO May ....... 3842 3861 3839 3843 New Orleans Cotton Oct May 3834 n High Low 1:15 2855 3831 3840 » " Ident covered so much territory and undertaken so many speeches at such financial cost In an effort to win the election for his own party's nominee, Truman's special train, which left here Saturday night, will take hltn on a great 8,500 mile two-week sweep to California and back. His schedule calls for at least 78 train- side talks and 11 major speeches before he returns to the White House Oct. 12. The train will pass through aboul half of the 48 states. The cost of transporting the President and his party of abou 20 -across the country and back providing their meals and other expenses, has been estimated a 1 about $21,250. Officials of the Democratic National Committee have snld the cost of the trip, frankly political, , will be borne entirely by the com- I mitlee. I There have been only three prior AIR BASE TRUMAN . 3838 3867 3846 3854 High Low 1:15 30014 303 V, 304 3034 Nov 302li 30014 Jan 305 l 't 303 U Men 305'i 304'i May 30471 303H Ntw York Stocks A T and T Amcr Tobacco .. Anaconda Copper ,, Beth Steel 493-8 V Chrysler 841-8 Coca-Cola 108 Gen Electric 63 1-4 Ocn Motors 507-3 Montgomery Ward 58 1-2 N Y Central 18 5-8 Int Harvester 32 J C Penney 66 1-2 Republic Steel 39 1-8 Radio 21 3-4 Eocony Vacuum 33 5-8 Studebaker 365-8 Standard of N J 75 3-8 Texas Corp 523-4 Sears 58 3-8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., occasions in the last half century when it was possible for the out- jjoing president to help his party's nominee succeed him, and on two of those occasions little or no help was forthcoming. In one of these cases, Woodrow Wilson was too ill in 1920 to do any campaigning for James M. Cox, who lost to Warren G. Harding. In another. Calvin Coolldge remained viiluallv on the sidelines 153 1-8 j while Herbert Hoover campaigned 56 successfully against Alfred E. 40 7-8 smith, in " 1928. The only approach to what is uippening this year took place in 908, when William Howard Taft ,vas the candidate to succeed Theo- iore Roosevelt. The Tall-Roosevelt teamwork (Continued from Page 1) on the loyalty of (he overwhelming number of persons employed in our security agencies. Many Precautions Taken "That Is why we take so many precautions to guard against penetration at every point .... j "One of the elementary precautions taken by intelligence agencies the world over, of course, Is the elaborate compartmentallza- tion of work so that individuals below the very top level are unable to obtain the whole picture even though (hey do work their way in and get a part of It. "We have to assume that our enemies are as clever as we are and that they will succeed from time to time." Gen. Smith was summoned to the deposition hearing by Sen. Beaton <D-Conn), who wanted him testify about a speech Sen. McCarthy (-Wis) made in the Sente last year attacking the record f Gen. George C. Marshall, war- me Army chief of staff and later ecretary of state. McCarthy said In that speech larshall was "steeped in false- ood" and described him mysterious, powerful, figure'' who idcd with Russia in historic de- isions which "lost the peace for America." Smith Defends Marshall Gen. Smith vigorously ilefendec "Of all the men I've known, anc n the las.t 10 or 15 years I've known most of the great men ol HI—(USDA)-Hogs 8.500; (airly active, uneven; weights 100 Ibs up steady to 10 lower than Monday's average; lighter weights and BOWS steady to 25 higher; bulk choice 200 - 240 Ibs unsorted for grade 20.75-85; about 100 head 220 - 235 Ibs 20.HO; heavier weights scarce; few 300-350 Ibs 19,00-25; 180 - 190 !te 20.25-75; mostly 20.50 up; 150 170 Ibs 18.50-20.25; 120-140 Ibs 15.50 /17.75: sows 400 Ibs down 18.50-10.25 heavier sows 16.50 - 18.25; boars 12.00-15.50. Cattle 0,000, calves 2.500; steers and heifers opening fully steady; several loads good nnd choice 28.50 - 33.00; few londs low com mercint steers 21.50 - 22.00; cows very slow. S. Korea's Sang Resiqrcs Position PUS AN,' Korea (/r-j—Prime Minister Chang Tnik Sanp today handed his resignation to President Syng- ir.rn Rhee. A government spokesman. Clarc- •• R-ce. said it is not known v ether President Rhee will accept it. Chanf? gave no reason lor his action. against William Jennings Bryan he Democratic nominee, is made clear in the latest volume of "The jetters of Theodore Roosevelt,' edited by Elting L. Morrison an< •ecently published by the Harvard University Press. T. R. helped win the Republicai nomination for Taft. dictated tin ?[iriy platform, and then wase( campaign of open letters in sup port of his man. Roosevelt made no speeches fo Taft, however, saying that in hi judgment would do harm rather than good." he world, I know of none who excell anrf few who equal Georgt .larshall for loyalty, honesty • and Marshal saying; integrity." He also said he believed tw other comments McCarthy made in his speech—read . to him by Ben ,on's attorney—were incorrect. Cue suit! the Marshall Plan iclp'ed the Kremlin because it wa substituted for a plan of direc iiilitary aid. The other said thi Marshall Plan caused the Unitei States to be considered a "patsy' in Europe, and held in contemp there. Smith said on the contrary the Marshall Plan was considered a "stroke of genius" in Europe. (Continued from Page 1) engineering firm. This contract Is for approximately $70,000. Cost estimates on two types of runway, tnxlway and apron surfacing are to be compiled and bids eo- icitcd accordingly, the Corps of Engineers said. If cost estimates on tie two types—concrete or asphalt —are similar, bids on both types rill be asked. If not, bids will Lie aken on the less expensive type. Other design work to be done under this contract Includes exten- lon and strengthening of north- ,outh runway, hazard removal, widening of runway and taxlwav, itrengthenlng of taxlway a n'd strengthening of apron. Tills design work will cover about ;4,000.000 in construction and con- racts are not expected to be awarded until April 1. Survey Underway A Little Rock firm, Bruegnman, Swaim and Allen and Associates, received a contract to design construction of crash and fire stations squadron operations building, guard house and cold storage plant Amount of this contract Is aboul $20.000. After each design firm finishes Its work, il submits Its plans and specifications to the Corps of Engineers for approval. If approved the Corps of Engineers then advr-r Uses tor bids on construction con tracts. In connection with the runwa- contract given Horncr and Shifrin a topographical survey already ha: begun at the base. This survey ii being made of She airfield portion according to Chtirles Rc-aman, Ken nctt. Mo ; engineer retained by thi St. Louis firm to do this work. Three crews arc working on thi survey. Mr. Redman said, and thi job Is expected to be completed Ii about 30 days. Eart Browder Arrested WASHINGTON Iff! — Earl Brov, der, former top man in the Amer! can Communist party, and hi wife, were arrested today charges of making false state ments in a naturalisation proceed ing. Coal Operators Meet WASHINGTON HI — Dixie's soft coal operators meet today to decide whether to face a certain strike tomorrow or bow to contract terms laid down by John L. Lewis. USE ME! I »m PREACHERS for your Hair. GRAY, dry FALLING hair. ITCHY scalp and DANDRUFF. Use Me—Be Convinced WOODS DRUG STORE (Continued from I'ngo 1) the Truman administration in le field of foreign policy. Praises Mansfield The President, speaking from IB rear platform of his campaign train special voiced praise ot Rep. Mike Mansfield, Democratic coiuU- date for the Senate against Ben. Eclon OR-Mont) and Democratic presidential candidate Adlal Stevenson for having known "that communism was dangerous and that we.had to take measures to stop it." Truman said Elsenhower didn't have tuch "wisdom and foresight," "Alter the war, while he was stUl commanding general of our forces In Europe." the President continued, "ho said he saw no reason why Russia and the United Slates would not remain the closest possible friends." Truman quoted Elsenhower as having told a congressional committee in November of 1045: IOC aocaoi NEW ORLEANS CAST OR WROUGHT IRON ^Anything in Iron Dixie Democrats Disclose Little LITTLE ROCK Iff, — A campaign conference of Democrats from six Southern state her* yesterday produced for public consumption only a ringing declaration of faith in the solidarity of tho Solid South. Thunderhead" in Technicolor Preston Foster and Hodrty McDowell WED-THUHS "BELLES ON THEIR TOES" Jcannie Grain & Murna Loy I. 29-Oct. 4 Window Guards, Venetian Blinds, Metal Awning^ Railing* and Columni VETERANS ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS 1525 So. liellevne—Memphis, Tennessee W-465T—Phones—M-4658 Saturdays ind Nights Oil 39-3J9S Oul-o«-Town InqulrlK Invited With the Courts Chancery The following divorce decree have been filed: Ethel McKitm and L. J. McKiar Ruby AycocV: Sullivan and William R. Sullivan. P. Johns and Lillie Johns vs. James R, and Elizabeth M. Deal and Kemp and Mary M. Whisen- i hunt, foreclosure suit asking; firrt "en on Lot 20, Block B, HeamV econd Addition. 'ommon Pleas She! ton Motor Co. vs. Robert Eleclsoe, suit on account. Irene Grant vs. F, .1. Sheltoii rid Arkansas Ice and Storage Co.. nit for damages. Obituaries C. R. David Dies ..At Manila; Rites To Be Tomorrow vld of Manila, who died last nfght at Ration's Clinic here, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow In the First Methodist church by the Rev Lee Cate, pastor. Burial will he in Manila Cemetery with Howard Funeral Home in charge. Mr. David, who was 72, was born in Dyer County, Tenn., p.nrt resided In Manila since 1913. A farmer until he retired three years ago, he was a member of the Methodts Church for 60 years. Survivors include his wife, Mrs Essie David: four brothers, Lee Da vid and Jim David, both of Manilp Bob David of West Memphis am O. R. David of Caraway; and a sister, Mrs. Claude Crane oE Manila RITZ •* THEATRE Manila, Ark. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 TUESDAY 'SANDY GETS HER MAN" \VED - THURS "WALK EAST ON BEACON" George Murphy Virginia Gilmore MOX rhnne 4621 — Show Starts WeekdHj-s 7:00 Sat. Sun 1:00 Always a Double Feature TUESDAY "RANCHO NOTORIOUS" In Technicolor Marlene Dietrich, Arthur Kennedy & Me] Ferrer WED -THURS Force of Arms' William HoMen Nancy Olson Frank I.ovejoy Airconditioned By Refrigeration TUBS-WED Buddy Nites 2 For Price of 1 —Plus— Plus Long Comedy when you see the gay red shoe you know Town & Country Shoes PRIZE MONEY to t-^te Champion* ^-m—^- f \/v*L— .<L, Set 7-Yu* Wane ride 4 galloping ponies Roman' style! Sec rhe 6 Ircined Brohmo bulls in their omozrr^g spec"Liberty Act." Many other thrilling Rodeo specialty ccts. WORLD FAMOUS HARDIN |f>|f SIMMONS p'J UNIVERSITY COWBOY BAND tOOK'lKHMI FREE! Some lucky lady will receive, absolutely FREE, a pair of Town and Country Sho«s of her choice'during King Cotton Days. Simply come in and register . . . it's FREE! Drawing will he 5 p.m. Friday, il isn't necessary for you to be present to win. COUNTRY CLUB lilack Suede and Red Ruby Suede TRAVEL LIGHT Hrown Suede with Nylon Lace and Black Suede with Nylon I.ace STARGAXER lilack Suede with Ruby Red Trim COOK'S TOUR British Tan, Cisc Red and Black ' THI SILVER HUMBIR—A QOT, «*trt. coForful frarwie of Ih* 19S2 edition the Moulin Rouge, cxtravagania* I (AJedln-ooh FAMILY SHOE STORE 1312 W. Mains IPhone 2342 PRICES-Tax Included Front Cole Roiico Frkct Adults 40c Box Seots $3.00 Reserved. $2.00 Children 15c Genl. Ad $1.50 T. H. BARTON COLISEUM ! ARKANSAS UVESTOC* "SHOW" AND

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