The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1952 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, OCT. S, 1MM <AMC.) COURIER PAOE SBVKM Shivers Sees 'Stevensonism' As Harvard-Accented Truman HOLLAND NEWS By Mrw. E4 HM»ft<», Jr. AUSTIN, Tex. I* — Democratic Itdelnnds—a dangerous doctrine |Gov. Allan Slnvers of Texas says I and a brazen action upon which I he fears "Slevens'onlsm would be 1 Mr. Truman has already placed ITrumanlsn wilh a Harvard ac- his stamp of approval." Icenl" and that he will vote lor It was the first time in modern I Republican Dwight Eisenhower in Texas history that one of the stale's I November. . governors has come out for a Re- Shivers thus last night Joined publican for president. Former IGov. James Byrnes of South Car- Oov. Coke R. Stevenson, during Chtfc The Holland Women's Federated he Roosevelt administration »t c)ub had tlielr lns tallation services lines. And the late Gov. Beauford Thm . sday ,,| ght wr ,en the members [. Jester was oflen at cross pur- t (n lhe 5chooVs Home Economics poses with the Truman admlnlslr*- QUJ,^,^ lolina nnd Gov. Robert Kennon of (World 1 Louisiana in deflection from the I Democratic party ranks and open 1 rebellion against the party presi- I dent la 1 nominee. Shivers gave as his primary Bason for opposing Gov. Adlai Stevenson: "1. He Is too closely associated I with the Truman crowd to be able I to 'clean up that meS3 In Wash] Inglon.' "2. That association, ami the War II, severely criticized Truman, Taft In Iowa Town On Some Day SHENANDOAN, 1A. political doubleheader brings Pres ion. But neither ever broke with he Democratic parly. Officers Installed were Mrs. Voris Workman, president, who was "I must and will cast my vole sented aie gavel by Mrs. U N. Kln- on Nov. 4 for the man whom I think de ,.. Mrs C )ovis Fowler, out-going is best equipped to do the Job that pres [deiU, secretary: and Mrs. By- must be done," Shivers told slate-wide radio audience. "I will vote for Texas-born Dwight D. EV senlvower for president of the United Stales." 195J "Year of Decision" He said 1952 was a year of de- ron Holly, treasurer. A short business session followed the installation ceremony. Then the club recessed to attend the Boy Scouts ceremonies at which two local boys received the Eagle awards 'Hie club members then returned cisiont-"a time to place principles to their meeting for refreshments above party and the interests of I served by the hostess, Mrs. Charles our slate and nation above tradition and habit." Referring to the Stevenson candidacy, the young Texas governor said, "It Is the same old story. Cohoon. Seoul! Meet Monday night all members of th Boy Scout Troop met on the schoo for a wiener roast wit I people of America. , Trend Toward LeJl speeches "3. It would mean a continuation. I "P an 1 It not, indeed, an acceleration, of | the trend to lhe left that is carry- 5 us swiftly toward socialism in [ many forms and guises. "4. It would mean the relentlon . land perhaps the expansion of the M 1 *™ strange and disturbing 'paramount ° n ° . . rights' doctrine under which Mr. iece.\ca. Truman felt free to claim Hie Texas |of as many as 75,000 persons. The polilical antagonists won't exactly share lhe plalform—their are about three hours And although a faue-to-face meeting is possible, il's not likely, ac cording to President Robert E. Tyler of the sponsoring chamber of commerce. This depends 3 senator's am schedule, not in WILSON NEWS By Mr*. B. r. Boyl* He linked lhe Democratic presl-1 tfon closed , he meetlngi Mrs . Roy denial nominee with "corruption. | f ,, ncrv and Mrs _ Frc: , j,., nc .. s we ,. e ineplness and inefficiency in high ] places, infiltration of Communists into high governmental positions, an unstable arid stalemated foreign policy, a taxing and spending; poll- cy imposing an Increasingly Teacher Fined While Pupils f 'Learn Court' REDWOOD CITY, Calif. W) — Alan Baldwin, teacher at McKlnley school, got a parking ticket. He loaded his 39 fifth and sixth grade pupils into a bus and took them to court yesterday "to show you how Justice works." v In Municipal Court at nearby San Carlos, the pupils heard Baldwin plead innocent and the judge ask to see his driver's license. The judge looked at the license, exclaimed: "Why, this expired last January. That illl be S10 fine." Baldwin paid: was directed to appear Wednesday lor a hearing on the parking ticket. He didn't plan to bring the class along again. The occasion is the annual harvest festival, belter known as "Pancake Day" for lhe fad free pancakes traditionally ure served. "We are doing everything we possibly can to keep this non-partisan and non-political as far as the chamber of commerce Is concerned," said Tyler in commenting on the problems of political protocol involved. The presidential speech is tenla- tively scheduled for 12:30 p.m Sen. Taft will speak at 3 p.m. Teachers Fired Fore Refusing to Tell Red Status NEW YORK IVP)—Six New York City school teachers have beei fired for refusing to tell a IS, S Senate internal security subcom mlttee whether they were Commu nlsts. Their dismissals, ordered by Supt of Schools William Jansen, wer heavy burden on our citizens; a new and dangerous doctrine of par-| amount rights under which the government can claim the proper-• p , ty of states and individuals with- 1 * 115 ' °- r ~ ljltin out compensation," Publisher Of Spanish *aper Shot rallfied yesterday by the Board o Education. The six are Meyer Case, 48; Loui guests. Per so n ils Recent house guests in the Ancel Webb home were Dr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Hohman of Hngerstown, Md., who stopped overnight enroute to convention for dentists in St. Louts; Mrs. E. R, James, mother of Mr. Webb of Cape Girardeau; and if Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Fowler visited /ormer Holland residents Mr. and MLS. Carl Allison and the Matter's mother, Mrs. P. Henderson, of Kewanee, Mo,, Wednesday. Wallace Ford of West Holland Is home after major surgery in Blytheville Hospital. He will remain under doctor's care for several weeks before resuming work. Mrs. Herbert Brooks has beei returned home from Barnes Hospi tal, St. Louis and more recently a her son's, Mr. and Mrs. JoVmn Brooks of Maiden. She is able t receive callers. Paul Harrington, son of Mr. an Mrs. Clyde Harrington, is improv Ing after 10 days at Walls Hosp tal where he has been under ob ome of Mrs. Frankle Canal. Tliey were Joined there by Mrs. Bill Veathened and Bob Tucker of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Harris Cal of Waverly, Term., and 50 othei elatives of near Alamo. E. R. Goggtuis and Jack Samforc lave returned from a week at E Paso, Texas and into Old Mexico for several day». The ill: Dan Ingrain IB confine! lo bed afler suffering a stroke at his home last wecx. Mrs. Charity Epperson, patient at Memphis' Methodist Hospital, is doing nicely following surgery last week. The condition of Dr. D. C. McLean remains unchanged. Joe Cohoon has recovered from Injuries received when overcome by smoke and fumes while trying to extinguish flumes al the Cohcon Cotton Gin lately. Mrs. Noble Capchirl nnd Mrs. Berry are returned from Cherrj Point, N.C., where they visited the former's son, First LI. Pinnell Capehart who Is in the Marine Corps Recently transferred to Cherrj Point from a base in Florida, Mrs Capehart and daiighler*, Renee, now wilh their husband and fathc there. Brld(* Club Mwta Mrs, I. A. Slnune, Jr., and EVst- ner D. Beall were winners at bridge when Mr. and Mrs. John Bowen entertained their Octette Bridge Club Saturday evening at their home. Church Council MeeU The Worker's Council of First Baptist Church held the last meeting of lhe church year, Tuesday night at the church. Following dinner. W. O. Harris Sunday School superintendent, pre sided during the business >e«slon Departmental reports were given by Mrs. J. T, Lane, nuisery; Mrs. Join Crenshaw, beginners; Mrs. Jac Zook, primary; Mrs. Broughton I/O rtli. junior; Mrs. Phillip J. Peer, i lei-mediate; 1) wight Anclersoi young people; Cucti« Miller, ndult Rev. D. B. Bledsoe .paslor, gave lalk on lhe responsibilities and du ties of the new officers for th coming year. NEW YORK (ff*t — Andres Requena. 44-year-old co-publisher of a Spanish language newspaper, was shot to death last night In the hallway of a Lower East Side tenement building. Reqiiena's newspaper, "De Patria, jr is editorially opposed to the government of President Hector 1 servation following an undetermine Trujillo of the Dominican Republic, stomach ailment and several da\ Police said they knew of no po- j n an artificial respirator, litical angle Involved in-the slny- Mrs, Adele Taylor and daughte but would Investigate every Katherine Rose, and Mrs. Theodor possibility. Payne were in Memphis Saturda A cab driver, Sol Tazitsky, said | where they attended the Youth fo he drove Requena to the addrew Christ Rally at Ellis Auditorium At Mr. and Mrs. Qarvin Wilson's unday was Iheir daughlcr and mily. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Casscy, nd Uaughlers Rita and Karen of ikeston who were dinner guests. From Fortagevillfi the past week- nd Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Workman ere here with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey KLenley; and Mr. and Mrs. Ira aimer were at Mrs. Florence VVork- lan's who returned for a visit with le Zahners. Recent moves In Holland: The Max Parkers have moved to he Basil I. Edwards home on Main Street. Mrs. Basil Edwards is now iving in the W. H. Edwards home, vhere she has done extensive decorating and renovating. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stivers have moved Tom their former localion on lhe ilghway to the newly-decorated :iouse formerly owned by Mr. and daughter. Paula, of Canllhersvll and Stcele 'have recently moved Holland in lhe four-room buugalo formerly occupied by Mrs. Mooi sisler, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cohou and family, who are occupying tl residence directly behind t Moon's. , Bolh these houEcs arc owned by Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Samford. The O. C. Caniells of Maiden. Mo., were hero for lhe week-end visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cox. They are former Holland residents. Sgt. Herbert Carnell has lately received nn honorable discharge from lhe U. S. Army. For the past two years, he served overseas. Wilson PTA MeeU The Wilson Parent Teachers As- oclation held their own cotton licking contest, Friday. Mothers onned their overalls and straw ats and look lo lhe cuilon field n the Lee Wilson Company Farm perated by Claude Lynch. The oc- aslcn was lhe first ol a scries o und raising campaigns planned by he PTA for Oils year. The n mothers who participated picked a lota) of 1,081 pounds of cotton. Mrs, Oilly Wright was the winner with 142 pounds with Mrs. Jack Zook winning second wilh 112 pounds. Mrs. Maurice Lynch, chair- nan ot the finance committee, was third with lot pounds. The oldest conlcstant was Mrs. Dora (Aunt Dodle) Merrell, honorary mayor of Wilson. Even though Aunt Dodle has no children in school she says all of the children In Wifcon are her "nieces and nephews" and she Is always among the first to pitch-in ami help when Hie i occasion arises. Miss Joyce Haynes, who altends the E>n>le Beauty School in Blytlic- vllle .spent lhe week end wilh her parenus, Mr, and Mrs. John Haynes. She was accompanied home by Miss Totnmy •! Monette returned tort week from a vacation trip to the West Coast. Seaman Billy 0. Boy lei who U stationed at the Man-, Island Navy Yard «l Vallejo, Calif., accompanied them home for a visit. Seaman Boyles will report for duty at Vallejo Sunday. Sgt. Charles Keel arrived Sunday from Camp Scott, Calif., for a vis- It with his sister Mrs. J. N. Cren- fihaw and her iamlly and his mo- Iher Mrs. Dollie Keel. Set. Keel has been in the Army the past seven years, six of which have bctn spent In Germany. Mrs. Crenshaw and Sgt. Keel will go to Jonesboro. Thursday lo see their brother, Frank Keel, who is a student at Arkansas State College. Sgt. Keel will report to Camp Scott, Oct. 10, Glenda Rny of fllylhevllle. Miss N'orma Anderson of St. Louis was the week end guest of her mother, Mrs. Barda Anderson and other relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Azbill and son, for assignment to the Far East. SVcek end guest* of Dr. and Mr». James W. Reynolds and their family were his parents Mr. and Mrs W. W. Wakefield of Pine Bluft and Dr. and Mrs. John Kendricks and daughter of Kansas City, Kan. Bob Slate who is stationed it Millineton was the guest of Miss Betty Shlpmun. Saturday. Mr, ami Mrs. Maury Upton and daughter, Vickie, spent the week end with his- grandmother Mrs. B. B. epoch in Halls. Tenn, Mr. and Mrs, A. E, Clark. Mrs. On Owens and Mis. Ruth D. Slayton, nil members of the Wilson Chapter Order of the Eastern Star, attended the pot-luA supper given in Osceola last Wednesday evening, honoring Mrs. Pearl Kectoii of Little Rock, associate grand matron of Grand Chapter. OES ol Arkansas. Mrs. Clark, associate matron of th« Wilson OES. served. Glen Wheeler, Plielan Cash, Mar- Mrs. Thurmond Norrid, reside in Carulhersville. who now Sisters Join Wares BUFFALO (/Pi—In World War II, live sons of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Herdzik served a total of 18 years in the armed services. Now tbatrm- olher war is being fought overseas, two of their sisters Alice 23, and Annie Marie, 19. enlisted in the WAVES. They reported at the Baln- Ronnlc, of Salt Lnke City. Utah, are visiting her sister, Mrs. J. J. Perry and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perry of Memphis-were the week end guests of his brothers Russle Perry and Mrs. Perry and J. J. Perry and his family. Mr, and Mrs. Arnold McDanlel and daughter Judy spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dim Grlflin and family in Mt\rianua. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Woodyard and family vlsiled relallves in Helena Sunday. , ' Mr. and Mi«. Buford Boyles, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Conner Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Moon and bridge, Md., Naval Training Center, and children. Cheran Elizabeth, and shall Woodyard. Jerry Hays and R. E. Lee Wilson,' III, were among those from Wilson who altendod the Memphis vs Shreveport baseball game in Memphis Monday night. Mrs. A. E. Bhlpman and Mrs. Norvel Byers and children visited relatives In Potts Camp, Miss., during, the week end. Students ol the llth grade wer« nmom; those from Wilson who attended the Mid-South Fair last week. They were accompanied by Mrs. Melvln Alexander and th« class sponsors Miss Martha Muncy and Bruce Trizzell. Qlen Wheeler made a buslneM Irlp lo Forrest CltT, Tuesday. r GOP Candidate Quits Senate Race JACKSONVILLE, Fla. LTV—Republican John P. Booth has withdrawn from tbe'TJ. S,-Senate race, leaving Sen. Spessard L. Holland tDi unopposed in his campaign for ;re-election, ^I'The Miami GOP candidate B •in an announcement from Republican state headquarters here Thursday that "personal matters" caused him to get out of the race. His chances of winning the Sen ate seat, however, were almosi noil existent in overwhelmingly Democratic Florida. and agreed to wait five minutes. Tazitsky said he heard five shots. Four bullets were found in Requena's body , crumpled on th« first-floor hallway Police found the Cohen, 46; Mrs. Mary I. Damman. I .36-cstiber gun in the rear ot the Henry F. Mins, 49; Louis Relin, 42, and Louis Spindell, 43. Eager Beavers' Dam COLUMBIA FALLS. Mont. (£") Montana's Rookies on creek a few miles from here, beavers are building existing dams higher and starting new ones, causing farmrs to wonder how they are going to water their stock. The reduced stream /low is now being studied by the state T-.sh and Game Depart- in eiu. Carbon black is produced mostly from natural gas, but diner sources are being sought. building. One the weapon. bullet still was in Firemen Remove Tree in Spire BALTIMORE W>—The Tire de- parlmenl was called out yesterday —(o uproot B tree growing on the spire ot lhe First Presbyterian Church. It was feared the roots would evpand and break ofl a chunk cl the masonry. 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