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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIBR NBJVV 'Fighting Mad' Truman to Leave itai Today He'll Tell How 'Republicans Dance For Rich Lobbyists' WASHINGTON Wl — President Truman, fighting: mad at OOP Congressmen, packed up to leave the hospital today. His angry mood was underscored by a promise to tell the voters "how the Republicans dance when a well-heeled lobbyist pipes « tune." Trumnn signed last night a bill Increasing social security benefits by 540 million dollars a year. But he declared maneuvering by the American Medical Association's lobby had impaired "insurance protection for millions of dlsnbled Americans." And he Insisted "(his victory for the lobby, at the people's expense, wns accomplished by n great majority of Republicans In the House." After two straight days without rever—the apparent victor In a bout with a virus Jnlectlon which forced him to cancel all engagements Ihts week—Truman returns to the White House this morning, two days before the opening of the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Check-im Completed He entered the plush preslden- tlnl suite st Walter Reed Army Hospital Wednesday for a complete checkup, hts first hospltali- zatlon after more than seven years at the grueling strain of the presidency. While secrecy enveloped Truman's choice of a Democratic presidential nominee, he made no secret of the kind of campaign lie wants leveled at th« Republicans in a two-page statement accompanying the signing of the social eecurlty legislation. The bill, one of 234 the President acted upon while away from his office, increases old age and survivors Insurance benefits by an average of »8 a month. It makes certain Increases In the minimum benefits under the railroad retirement system. September Bring! Change *The*e Increases become effective for the month of September and will add to the incomes of more than 4 J ,£ million people now drawing benefits from these Insurance systems," he said. Both systerni increase from t50 to $76 a month the amount a person can earn without losing Ills Insurance benefit. In addition - members of the armed forces serving from 1941 through 1953 will r'ecelVB the saino employment credit under ihe social security Insurance system that was granted servicemen In World War n. By The Aswclaltd Pr._ Qov. Sid McMath continued his attack on "the Interests" In a speech at Morrllton last night, and a McMnth opponent charged that the administration had paid $5,600 for less than one-tenth of an acre of land for highway purposes. McMath, who'd previously Ijerat- ed the "ixwer trust," attacked the Lion Oil Company in last night's campaign address. He said the power companies and Lion were opposing him because of his support of the Rural Electrification Administration program and his opposition to "the Illegal conspiracy" to raise gasoline prices. The governor, who is seeking a third term, said it was "no coincidence" that R. H. Dlckenhorst of Morrllton, chairman of the Highway Audit Commission w h I c h -soundly criticized the McMath administration, was a member of Hie board of Arkansas Power and Light Company. Jack Holt brought tho charge ol excessive land price in a speech at nlylhcvllle. He said the transaction involved nine-one hundiecl- ths of an a<-ro In While County, but he didn't say exactly where the tract was or who received t h c money. Ho said the "deal" made apparently excessive prices paid for tho Van Burcn-Alma right-of-way, us brought out by the Hlghv/.'iy Audit Commission, "look like R -small-time piker." Tiickclt Oppose Move Rep. IJoyd Tnckett. another of McMath's four opponents expressed opposition to the proposed Mack - BInckwell constitutional amendment to revise the .set-up of the Arkansas Highway Commission. HORNER (Continued Horn Page 1) Mcular book or books, olherwlse the librarian will make the selection of book* which will nt the needs of the library with a view toward eliminating duplications. "Of course Jlmmie's tastes irRd Interest* will be considered In all selections," sha said, Mrs Henry pointed out that Jlm- mie, as she wns known to her friends, was an avid reader. ; ARK-MO (Conllnned from Page 1) served In the Corps of Engineers and was furloughcd to the reserve with the rank of lieutenant colonel. He Is a past president nnd director of the Lexington Chamber of Commerce and secretary of the Lexington school board. He Is a member of the Lions Club. Masonic Order, Elks Lodge and the American Legion nnd Is a Shrlner. He and his wife. Thcrcssn Ellen, have two daughlcrs, Arden Jayne, H, and Marti Ann, 1. Young Racers Draw Fines Charges and Counter-Charges Piling Up in Governor's Race He said the 5-member commission proposed in Ihe amendment still could be controlled by the governor. All other candidates have said they favored the amendment. Headquarters of Atly. Gen. Ike Murry announced thai supporters of the candidates would hold a statewide rally at, Little Rock at 2 p.m. Sunday. And Chancellor Francis Cherry prepared to launch another of his series of talkothaiis today. This 11-hour stint v/ns scheduled for broadcast from Forrest City and Meanwhile, Explained the leaders of Ar- , kansas' Nc^ro Democrats cxplnln- ecl his switch from McMath to Holt at n rnlly hi Pine Bluff, and isaid he would resign his party Job Sf Holt lost Hie election. Dr. J. M. Robinson of LHtlc Rock, president of the Arkansas Negro Democratic Association, told the rally thai McMath liacf "ignored" the organization after winning his second term in 1950, ami added: "In 1948, we led the candidate McMrUh to a glorious victory a.s :i result of our combined effort tinder my leadership. Realizing as \ve do that the victor should share Die spoils, we expected more generous consideration from the McMaOi administration than we received." Robinson urged Negroes to vote for Holt, and suiU the candidate could lead the colored people "out of the darkness and Into the light." Also appearing at the rally xv.i.s I. S. iMcCIinton ol Little Rock, president of the YouriK N e K r o Democrats of Arkansas ami a slftiHich MeMnlli supporter. Benton Moves to Wrest Filibuster from Southerners Away CHICAGO M 7 , — Sen. V/lllinm Benton of Connecticut moved today to wrest from Southern Ken- ators the filibuster weapon they have used to kll) federal civil rights bills. He demanded that Democratic platform drafters call upon the Semite to revJse ILs ruJw so n filibuster can Jje ended. A.s.snllinff the Republicans, h& snkl in a statement distributed In advance to newsmen: "In their civil rights plank ol two weeks ago. (he Republicans put the same old Up service to the Ideals ol equality under law but conspicuously iRiiorc tho cancer of the filibuster Imbedded with their nld In the Wherry rule." Under this Senate rule, namnd Tor the late Sen. Wherry of Ne- brnskn. (t takes a vote of^ of the 96 senators to end "n Lnlknthan." HciUcm proposed "a Senate rale which makes it- possible to put nn end; to a filibuster by a simple majority vote of those present nnd voting after 15 days of debate, nnd by two-thfrd,i majority vote of those present and vctiug after four days of debate." Turning to another subject, Den- Ion called for a plunk urging the expulsion from Congress of members who violate "American con- commlttee will be approved. Common sense would call for unity,' 1 Meanwhile McCormack and his commiUccmc'Ji pushed ahead with public hearings on olher jihuses of the now party platform today. They listed more thnn -10 witnesses for testimony on tiltno.it as many different .subjects. Ilenlon Leads Off Sen. William Henton of Con. - necticut was to lead off and some expected him lo raise the civil rights Issue by backing n change in Senate rules to make II easier lo kill filibusters. A. B. McMinn Rites Held Graveside services for A. H. McMinn, 73, retired Blythevllle farmer, were conducted at Ihe Wllkcr- son Cemetery near Dell yesterday. Mr. McMinn died Thursday in the Methodist Hospital In Memphis of complications resulting from a fall six weeks BRO in which Mr. McMinn suffered a fractured hip. Born In Mississippi, Mr. McMinn moved to Blythcville 30 years ago from Water Valley. Miss. At (lie time of his death he was making his home with his son, George McMinn. In addition to his son he Is survived by two daughters, Mrs, Norman Graham of Manila and Mrs. Joint Childless of Helena, and one sister Mrs. Nancy Cook of Dell. Holt Funeral Home v,'as in chargo. Arkansas Disaster Areas May Exclude Delta Section By The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK — The State Agricultural Mobilization Committee may designate nearly all of Arkansas aa a farm disaster area to obtain emergency drouth loans when it meets here Monday, J. V, HtebfJU, state director of the Farmers Home Administration, said the Committee might make the innss designation to Rive affected farmers time to apply for federal aid In planting winter pastures. He said trie Committee—will Services Held For Luxora Man LUXOKA — Funeral sen ices lor Samuel Oscar Lynch. 19, were conducted here this afternoon m tlic First MelhoriLsl Church, with the Rev. H. I,. rioWson officiating. Burial was in Calhoun Cemetery, with S'.vift Funeral Home, Osccola, in clmi'tfe. Mr. Lynch, a retired contractor, died at the home of his stepdaughter, Mrs. Kohcrl Hotllngcr, Wednesday morning ot a heart attack. A native of Luxora. he had resided here all hts life. Survivors Include one daughter. Mrs. O, L. Ashley of Memphis; three sons, Arthur Allen of Tucson, Arizona, Dudley of San Dic e ;o. California und Aaron of New Orleans; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Fowler of Marked Tree and Mrs. Joe Hil- linrd of LIHle Rock: one borthcr, Charlie Lynch of Memphis; and eiyht grandchildren. Pnllbrarcrs were Rny Whttmore, Jesse Lowering, Wcs Mnrkhara, E. II. Kilcy, John Thweatt and B. E. Tucker, all of Luxora. Violent Riots Run over Iran TEHRAN, Iran l.-Fi — Violent riots erupted iti Tehran today as m c d Mossadegh demonstrated agnfnst tile appointment of n e w Premier Ahmed Q a vain. First fragmentary reports said "Death to the traitor roamed the streets. Qavam" cepts" of ethics. Benton has been them walk.' 1 .•mi i IHIJU.-IK. * o. i jui,-i ui u[jiuu m it; tiran lociay as Most civil rights enthusiasts .said supporters of ex-Premier Moharn- thts must be the initial .step In '" - ' " '- ' • • getting corif-ressionrtl npprovaJ far their broad program. McCormack scud his committee t n.-n, nuyui^tiuny iupui is saia need not reach its decision until at Ions I seven persons were bay- next Monday or Tuesday, abend onotecl in fights. Mobs shouting of the Wednesday deadline for presenting the new platform to the convention. Humphrey, who led the success- . ful battle for a strong civil rights! Npn m l)/^nfriC utnnk four years ago. said hts side N ^' u ^^Uil IS nov; has (lie votes both In the Platform Committee and in the convention, If Southerners want to bolt the convention ns they did four years ago, Humphrey said, "then let SATURDAY, JULY 19, 195J HOLT (Contlnusd from Page 1) , Holt charged that he would have, during the same amount of time, built "tu-o miles of roads for every one Sid McMath built, and they would have been better roads, too." Referring to McMath as Hie "Prince of Pardon Parade," Holt said that. If elected, he would open all pardon and parole records to the press and public to allow time for protest of any such action. He said thai, while stale parole , records were closed. McMatli issued pardons without ihe public knowledge. Thai method. Holt charged, was responsible for Ihe death of Innocent men and women. Holt taid that "McMath's record of dishonesty is such that anyone voting for him on the basis of that Korean Talk* TWO Women Vie Again Show c u . For Nomination consider disaster aid applications | record !s dishonest, loo. You can from Faulkner, Fulton, Conway only judge a man's future inten- ~ ' ' told and Independence Counties Monday. Bcnton County already lias been recommended to the Secretary of Agriculture Tor designation as a disaster area. Illghfill said Arkansas' North- tions by his past record," he ihe crowd. Holt quoted McMath as sayinj; recently that aU McMath opponents had conceded him a spot in tl:e run-off. "I'm not conceiline him a i to terminate the No Progress MUNSAM. Korea (^-Korean armistice negotiators met in their 12111 straight off-the-record session today but Ihere was no Indication progress was being made in settling the Iruce blocking issue of prisoner exchange. Another secret session was set for 11 a. m. tomorrow <9 p m Saturday EST). '' However, newsmen got the impression the secret session may end In a day or two. Tills speculation was touched off when Brig. Gen. William p. Nucfc- ols United Nations Command spokesman, refused to discuss even the atmosphere during the W- minute session at Panmunjom Nuckols had-described previous sessions as businesslike aiid devoid of propaganda. Saturday he said merely: "No comment." Nuckols also declined comment on whether either side had asked As Demo 'Veep' Bobby Pins May Fly But Neither Expects to Win By RUTH COWAN CHICAGO w _ A former policewoman Is vying with an ex-newspaperwoman for the honor or bein» •J'-'Uo ~ i i i UN-HI i. i 111 uub cuiJLtiimx in ii i a. • vu it i u nil H 1C Hie *5Pr-rf»r ^ A±,^ IO I™:'J°'" < ;,, K: ± i™.*.- HO... *>*. -^^ u, be^c u» Aism ^ ! make ern Arkansas counties iiced disaster aid. not . ,m out of Arkansas, That's tiie so. , tie-fit record any governor has made ; since I started rending history." j Cites Rerord ; Ciling liis own record of public : service, Holt said he was ''proud af KANSAS CITY. Kas. —Arthur j his record as n prospcuiting allor- Jail Escapee Captured KLsenman, 45, who recently escaped from jail in Salem, Ark-, and eluded a posse, was arrested here yesterday. Eisenman is charged here with forgery in connection with the cashing of S1.505 In checks. He wns being held In Rnletn on the Kansas charge at Ihe time of his escape. DEMOCRATS (Continued from Page 1) instructions on how to vote on the I nev, circuit court, judge and attov- " , ,, ' "" *"j*\ iu vuie on in I no> r general. j first nomination ballot Holt said he was the "youngest: Although Gavin would not name (circuit co-art. Judge in the histoiyjlhe object of the President's DO j ot the state." Fie said lie saved Ar- lilical affections Sen Burnet R | knn:ss taxur.yws "30 million dollars Maybank of South Carolina (old a I as attorney general ivjicn r aloi.e | ronortcr he was informed bv whit I fought in tin- supreme court as,.nnst he regarded as a reliable source 1 the governor nnd under tremendous that the President had tabbed "- ' Averell Harrimnn of New York. Petitions Circulated NEWPORT—Petitions were circulated here yeslerday proposing the creation o! a public utility district embracing all of Jackson County. The petitions were circulated at the annual membership meeting of the Farmers Electric Co-operative Corporatiin. Knneaste Hodrgps, Co-op attorney, said the proposed district would enable the purchase of all existing electric utiltiy properties tn tlie county. It would include HEA- Co-op's facilities, those of the Arkansas Power and Light Company and a private utility Hint serves Tuekermiui, Ark. engaged in n running fight with Sen. McCarthy (R-Wls) over the methods used hy the latter. Hut It wns Bcnlon's nnti-Iillbust- er proposal which caught most, attention In a city prepurlng for n knock-down drnp-out light over the civil rights plank. Democratic leaders were .struggling lo avoM such n fight, which mlglit split the parly. Many of them confided U wns touch nnd go nl the moment. Most ara counting upon the veteran Rep. John W. McCormnck of Massachusetts, chairman of the Platform Committee, to find a solution. If harmony moves fall, Dixie Democrats who bitterly oppose federal intervention In the Held of racial relations must decide whether lo surrender or battle it out on tho convenlJoit floor. Northern Democrats, led by such men ns Sen. Humphrey (if Minnesota and Sen. Lehman ot New York, claim enough pledged votes to write a lough civil rights plank. IIMcrnils Taunted They are openly taunting "the. Dixiccrats" lo accept it or talcc- a I walk as they did four years ago] at the Philadelphia convention But the Southerners have some good reasons for hoping for a peaceful compromise this lime. One of Hie leading candidates Two Brothers Give Up FT. SMITH — T-.vo brothers, foolsore and weary from a 40- mile, all-night flight afoot from an Oklahoma passe, surrendered near here yesterday. The men, Denver and Henry R. B:>ker, were arrested'by S^t. Bernard Young of the Arkansas State Police and two Oklahoma officers at the junction of Highways 271 and 45 two miles south of here. They waived extradilion and promptly were returned to Poteau. Okla.. to lace charges ol n.«5?.ull with intent to kill Okll- hoinn State Trooper otto Ranch. Andrew Redd Services for Andrew Redd, Sr, of Grand Rapids, Mich., formerly of ; Biytheviiic. will be conducted at i TV Charter Amended p.m. Sunday in Ihe Shady Grove Baptist Church by Rev. M Harris. He was 79. Survivors include his wife, Ida Hell, of Hcrmondale. Mo., pressure. In his race for governor, his sec- < Harriman, campaignin . in all- one!. Holt has stressed his inten- i out - support of the Truman Fair tion to 'p'romote a program of con- ! Deal program, seems to have stl-uctive service and .set in motion ">ade little imprint thus far on a long-term program that will: convention delegates. '"Improve the opportunities of our | He has the public backing of youth through education and by i Kevf York's delegation, headed by getting industries inlo the state to ! State Chairman Paul E. Fllz- employ that youth—Let's slay in | P atr 'ck. and sen Arkansas and make it grow-. ; from some other "Set up a competent program of i Nor (horn states, aid to the aged. j Pitzpatrick, who has been re"Put Arkansas on a business bails, j Sarded as likely lo swing (o Stev(No firm could remain solvent If op- i Position of electrical engineer, crated under the 'tax and spend' i War II Yet system of the incumbent adminis- I — -•«-. *.mil x^rtul f. r"llZ- j Patrick, and scattered support , _,, Western and offer suggestions and help In solving the multiple problems of Arkansas' rural life. 1 ' With Holt was a troupe of entertainers from Memphis and Nyf:h- ville radio stations. Featured member of the hillbilly troupe was Wayne Rainey. radio and recorainjj star who acted as master of ce;e- monics. Holt was introduced by James R. Deal, BLytheville businessman. County and district candidates also made brief appearances on the platform. other candidate If the convention develops into a marathon conlesl The New York chairman was talking In lerms of a possible 10 or more ballots on the presidential nomination. ' Harriman himself denied after conferences with Kefauver that any "deal" was in the making. He said they discussed ways to keep (he convention on a course where it would do "what's right and lib- The two would-be "Madame Veeps" are India Edwards of Maryland ai ' of Texas. — and so Ihe bobby pins may f| v Mrs. Hughes, who worked h e'r way through George Washington University with a Job on the Wash melon, D. c., police force is' f former member of the Texas stale Legislature and judge of Ihe Hid District Court of Texas since 1935 Mrs. Edwards was on the staff of (he Chicago Tribune for 22 years as reported, society editor and woman's page editor. Her by-line as India Moffett was V: n o w n throughout the Midwest, since her second marriage to a stale Department executive, she has been an active party worker. She is now vice chairman of ihe Democratic National Committee and director of the Women's Division. Neither woman expects lo win the nomination. Each sincerely says she is making (he race i e interest of furthering women's political progress. OS.™ eral." II there was any coalition 01- forces, Kefauver's friends thought It ought to be behind the Tennessee, senator. They contended that he is that he will hold a good lead over his nearest rival on the first ballot and that he will rack up a subslanlial increase on Ihe second. Read Courier News Classified Ada. FALL PLANTING SEED HAIRY VETCH, SEED WHEAT, BARLEY FESCUE AND CLOVERS NEW CROP SEED BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. P'houe 6S56-6S57 Soybean! "coinpnl- al action gia. an outspoken foe ol sory. jail-sentence" fed* on racial problems. Sen. Sparkman of Alabama, a Russell supporters, said In an interview that he believes most of the provisions of the m» platform could be accepted withoul a lloor flgiil. Slany Woulil Avoid Flglil my event, Russell supporters . . Oa«ton Funeral Home is in charge. what sonic Solid South Btales. miKht wind up in Ihe Republican i columns this time supporting Oen. ' Divlght D. Elsenhower. Humphrey and his group have listed four "minimum points" for a civil They rights plank. include: "Equal political participation" for Negroes nnd other minority groups; equal Job !" and those of Ihe dozen" oilier „ .,.,. „,„.„ ,„„ avowed or potential candidates, opportunity, which probably means are not anxious to set involved tn 1 a Federal Employment Practices a furious siruRi'lc that might lose ! Commission: nnti-'lynch legislation some delegates. i ami eo.ua] treatment in Die armed Slill another factor Is the worry i services. YOUR FRIENDIT THEATRE ; after a scaring floor battle. !i ••— -- •- - McConnack. House leader] AIR fOM HIT I/IK) ~n nv o ceo ir-cn A TIJ->VI and seasoned by many similar 1___^ £ ° BY REFRIGERATION scraps there, lold iliis re-nnrlcr: ' ~~~~~ • Two teen-aged boys. T. S. Scott and Robert Weedcn. were each fined S25 and casts in Municipal Court today on charges of reckless driving after an accident on Ruddle Road this morning which officers said halted an automobile race. Officer Gilbert Mann. \vho Investigated the accident, said that the two boys were raclns their cars soulh on Ruddle Rend when one attempted to execute a left turn The wreck followed. Both cars were heavily damaged • In the accident but neither driver was injured. scraps there, lold (Ills reporter: I "I am hopeful Dial Die pl.-it/orin , reported to iho convention by this HTZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Pollen used In artificial pollination is sometime.^ frozen and kept lor use Ihe following season, • Clib BARTON for Attorney General f- '•-« more experience than ; ' •-mcnls combined, t ^rsed ICOCV at home by lawyers and Judges! Pomiul AdTtrtlilnc tor lh» tandl-l dary of Clib nnrlon. Paid by Paula Johnson. MontJcellc. SATURDAY "MYSTERIOUS DESPERADOES" Tim Unit • Kiclmtcl IMnrlin SAT. 0\VI, SHOW "THE PROWLER" Van Hcflin • Evelyn Keycs SUN.-MON.-TUES. 'WAGONS WEST Rod Cameron. Noah Hcety, Jr. & I'cggy CaslU SATURDAY, JULY l!l "Apache Rose" —veil It- Hoy Holers, Dale Evans Saturday Midnile Show "Code of the Street" —willi— Dead End Kids LITTLE ROCK — An amended charter to permit operation of a television station was filed here yeslerday by the Arkansas Broadcasting Co. with the secretary of state's office. The Company op- crates Little Roch Radio Station KLRA. The amended charter would allow KLRA to "acquire, own, operate Bud otherwise deal tn commercial and—or experimental radio, television and—or facsimile broadcasting stations and — or similar media of electronic communications. N E W Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Communily Center" MANILA, ARK. Alad'tvces Sat, & Sun. Plione 58 291 '' 2 239H 290 292'i 290':, 201 High Low Close SATURDAY "ROLL ON TEXAS MOON' Starring Hoy Rogers l-.OO p.m AIR CONDITIONED HY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY! 2 HITS 'WILDCAT OF TUCSON" with Wild Hill Elliott —PLUS— SEX ALLEN "MS" vi i-jtu «cj KOKO"' 1HVHMXIN SUNDAY, MONDAY, JULY 20, 21 •WARNER •BROS: : CHEER • LEADER 'OF PLUS nm*w«m •rnuu IIUI[I-HIII([ mm •ssss WORLD'S LIGHT-HEAVYWEIGHT Championship Fight Joey Maxim vs. "Sugar Ray" Robinson SAT. 0\VL SHOW "DEADLINE U.S.A." Humphrey Uoj;art Kim Hunter 2 Color Cartoons New .Serin!: "Plying Disc Man from Mars" "t T * * + SAT. LATE SHOW Starts at 11 :.')0 SUN.-MON. "BELLE ON THEIR TOES' .li'unne (.'ruin Jeffrey Hunter JAMES CACNEY Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye" ™ Also Cartoon & IVrils of Dark Jungle Serial * * * « » SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature b Bt'/,KV.,»« iv,.. •> v ' SCARF Never A Dull Moment! ANCING NIGHTtY! 24 HOUR SERVICE! FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE HOLLAND^ 3241 or 9411 COMPLETELY AI3 CONDITIONED ALL BRAND CIGARETTES $1.60 CARTON A)) popular brands of liquors, wines, gins and cordials at popular prices. HUBERT'SCLUB Hubert Utley and Wert Akins HIGHWAY 61 HOLLAND, MO. TUESDAY 'SHADOW IN THE SKY" Nnncy Davis James \Vhitniiire WE MEET ALL PRICES WHOLESALE OR RETAIL HOT or COLD! A Slice or Truckload! SPECIAL PRICES' FOR PICNICS AND PARTIB BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET M»i« SlrMt BlythcriiU

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