The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 1, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 1, 1952
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, OClf! 1, 1952 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER N15WS PAGE Democrat Parley Ends; State Committee to Meet Arkansas News Briefs— hi ays Appointed Contact Man, Adviser on Stevenson Staff LITTLE ROCK Wl — National Democratic Chairman Stephen Mitchell ended his parley with party leaders from six Southern states here yesterday, and departed for another war council in Atlanta, leaving behind a barbed opinion on the major interests of Republicans. Meanwhile. Leftel Gentry, chairman of the State Democratic Com- ce, announced that, the com- JFALSE SMILE-Mrs. Shirley o£ Cleveland, Ohio, got shock when she noticed appeared to be a fiendish oa the* face of Brownie, her spanieL Investigation feat Brownie bad come -with somebody's lost falsics. published story brought 50 i calls from people who had ehoptiers. One wae from the owner, a neighbor. Woman,, 93, Set To Vote 1st Time MARTINSBURG, W, Va. UB Mrs. Dollie Lamon Teillard, whos father was Abraham Lincoln's lav* partner, will vote for the first time In November, and for the Repub llcan presidential candidate too. Although 93-year-old Mrs. Teil- land practically grew up in the lap of politics, she was living in France when women won the right to vote In 1920. And after returning to this country nbout 12 yt>ars ago, she lived in Washington. D.c.. where residents do not have the right to vote. i She moved here more than a year ago—long enough to quali- i fy for this year's election. <ft President William Henry Harrison rode a white horse to and from the Capitol. mitlce would meet here Thursday to plan the party's campaign in Arkansas, both for the national ticket and for office holders who have Republicnn opposition in Arkansas. Gentry said Mrs, John Bohnert of Pine Bluff, vice chairman of Ihe committee, would head the women's activities in (he campaign, and that an executive rector and finance chairman probably would be named Thursday. Before Mitchell left last night, he took notice of the recent Re publican feud over who woulc despense White House favors should (heir presidential candidate Dwlght D. Eisenhower, win the election. Republicans, said the Democra chieftain, are more interested in "who's Eoing to .be poastmnster I somewhere" than in the nation's welfare. "Should Re Eye Opener" 1 "The voters here should have no (rouble now in determine thnt the main thing these disgruntled net renegade Democrats who are upporting the military candidate ,nd the Old Guard Taft support- rs are concerned with is pntron- ige," said Mitchell. "This attitude hould be an eye-opener to the disgruntled Democrats who look Eisenhower as a savior. "They ought to know that the only >way to Improve their party from the inside, and the only way to improve their country is with the Democratic party." Mitchell's remarks drew a quick response from GOP Gubernatorial andidate Jeff Speck, an Eisen- lower supporter whose claim that would be the "federal governor" of Arkansas should the gen- ! eral he elected set off a GOP family fight. "Ashamed of Adlal" Speck, reached at his home nt Frenchman's Bayou, said "the very fact that Mr. Mitchell took the trouble to come to Arkansas and criticize the Republican party is an Indication he is worried... about Eisenhower carrying the state." He added in an obvious allusion to Elsenhower's recent campaign appearance in Arkansas that "it Is also apparent that Mr. Mitchell is ashamed to bring his left-win^ friend, Adlai, into the state of Arkansas for the people to see." Osro Cobb. state chairman of the Republican Party, declined to comment on Mitchell's statement. The Democrat conference wound up with a brief meeting of MitcheH with a. few of the leaders who stayed over from Monday's big meeting. Mrs. Jack Games, Arkansas Democratic National committee- By The Associated Press SPRINGFIELD, HI. — Rep. Brooks Hays of Little Rock will serve as a contact man and adviser on the campaign staff of Democratic Presidential Nominpe Adlai Stevenson. Campaign Manager Wilson Wyntt said Hays would operate primarily in the Soulh. The congressman lc*ft Arkansas yesterday for a tour of six southern and border states Stevenson is scheduled to visit next month. Look For This Sign... City Owned Wafer Company -Apply for Loans LITTLE ROCK — Two city-owned water companies want to borrow money from their parent company, the- General Waterworks Corp., to repay loans and finances construction programs. The Public Service Commission received applications yesteiriay from the Pine Bluff Water Company, which asked permission to borrow S300.- 000. and the Fordyce Water Company, requesting authority to borrow S 30,000. Wallace New President of Hereford Group LITTLE ROCK — The new president of the Arkansas Hereford Association is Glenn Wallace of Nashville's olencrcst Farmif Wallace, who was elected here last night, succeeds H. B. Tabor, Hereford Farms at Berryville. J. M. Countiss Jr., of the Hereford Farms at Elaine, was named vice president and E. M. Arnold of Little Rock was re-elected secretary-treasurer. Supreme Court Okays Use of Bond Money LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas' attorney general Is authorized to spend at least £1,000 bond money, put up by opponents to a popular vote on the controversial purchasing act to refute the opponents claims. • The state Supreme Court instructed the attorney general yesterday to use the money, lo be assessed "at this time" against the plaintiff's court cost bond, in his efforts to prove Act 242 of 1951 should appear on the November ballot. Warden Plans To Hand Bread Out to Convicts nOflH Btllty, Jr. in PERSON Marcell LAKE CITY Graham of WV- Warden Utah State woman, said "^ve just talked about the general political situation." prison said today he planned to pass out bread to nearly 500 sullen prisoners who have been on a "do- nothing" strike since Sunday. The inmates have refused to work or eat. They have not created any disturbance nor asked to have their grievances heard. Graham said he believed they were protesting the State Pardons Board's interpretation of regulations providing time off for gooc behavior. But none of the convicts have communicated direct!" with him. The last regular meal served to the inmates was at 4 p. m. Sunday. But Graham said some of them are well stock with edibles purchased in the prison commissary Saturday. FAMOUS Hollywood Storofthe i WESTERNS; Greets You / All Week / At The / RODEO / Machine Draws Man to Death BELLEVILLE, N. J. «V-A 50- year-old worker, his hand caught Read Courier trews Classifier* Ads the vise-like grip of a roller, was drawn into a huge machine J press and crushed to death last ght. Gerhard Korteling of Clifon died fore horrified co-workers at the ederal Leather Company could turn off the leather coating machine. One worker, Raul Hernandez, 26, of Newark, grabbed Korteling around the \vaist but had to release his hold as the gears carried the screaming korteling Into the press. ^BEARDED BOBBY-Loi.<iu:i'« only bearded policeman is Con- itabla Fred Crust, traffic cop frith his own hazard, Motoristj and pedestrians stop and stare 5t Crust's beard, almost Ignore hli signals. He grew the spiked mustache and Van Dyke board in IB38_ RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WED -THURS " Force of Arms' William Holden Nancy Olson Frank Lovejoy FRIDAY "HIGH SIERRA' Humphrey Bogart Jus T.upino ARTHRITIS [f you suffer with arthritis write lo mt, P. 0. Bos 17G. Soulh Bend Indiana. I will cl.idly tell you how I BOl rid of II 3 years ago jfler suffering over 25 years.— H. M. Harrison. 29-Oct. 4 CORTES Originator of the exotic flame dance, featured in 1952 edition ot Moulin Rouge, the gay, colorful exciting French musical production. on the World's -Greatest Midway MOX Phone 4621 — Show Starts ..Weekdays 7:00 Sat. 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Ad $1.50 i ARKANSAS LIVESTOCK SHOW Av.1,^ h, Wednesday - Thursday - Friday OVER IN PRIZ Nothing to Buy! No Obligation! Just register Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at each store to be eligible to win each individual prize as listed below. Meads $15 & $10 Gift Certificates Dreifus .............. $13.95 Tableware Set Goodyear . . . . $29.95 Electric Mixer J. C. Penney .......... $10 Merchandise Certificate Montgomery Ward . ... .'. $6.95 Flatware Set e Hudson Tailor & Cleaner . . $5 Gift Certificate Black & White Store $10 and 3 - $5 Gift Certificates Family Shoe Store 1 Pr. of Town & Country Shoes Heuers $10 Gift Certificate Feinbergs ............ $10 Gift Certificate Clara's Shop $5 Gift Certificate Wade Furniture Pr. Foam Flake Pillows Kelley's Shoe Store $5 Gift Certificate Jiedel's* $10 Gift Certificate Berry's Ladies Toggery ... $5 Gift Certificate Hubbard Furniture Drum Table & Lamb ($20 Value) Lemons Furniture $10 Merchandise Certificate Grabers $25 in Gift Certificates Zdlners Shoe Store $5.98 Jolene Casual Shoes Darling Shop $7.99 Dress Gift Shop $5 Gift Certificate Guards . . . . ? $10 Gift Certificate Sears $3.69 Casserole Set S. H. Kress & Co $6.98 Lamp Hays Store $15, $10 & $5 Gift Certificate Sterling Store $8.95 Dinner Set Western Auto $8.25 Electric Iron Hundreds of Values for You In Blytheville Wed. - Thurs. * Fri. Sponsored By The Retail Merchants Division, Blytheville Chamber Of Commerce

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