The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER TOP BMUTJES — Here are the three winners of last ntghl'i Cotton Queen beauty conies!, held at tin High School in connection with the National Cotton Picking Contest. Seated mop the center bale to the Cotton Queen, Miss Gloria Slice, who also Is -Miss West Kentucky." A,t led l.s the runner- up, Miss Dona Gardner, "Miss Union Citj lenn" Placing tlilrd was Miss Trudy Wackcrlj Ml, 3 BatcsviJle." (Courier xc ws i-i.olo) OCT. 8; ' ^— Taft Says Stevenson Poses 'Greatest Threat' to Nation COLUMBUS, O. W-Sen. Robert A. Taft said last night Democrat Adlai E. Stevenson, if elected president, would permit the greatest threat lo Iliis nation to continue. Ttiat threat was created by "stupidity and pro-Communist sympathies in the State Department," Taft asserted. He addressed a .Republican rally that overflowed the J.350 capacity of the Neil House hotel ballroom. The senator described Stevenson as 'hand in glove" with President Truman and Secretary of Stale Dean Acheson on foreign policy. "At the end of the war, we stood at the height of power," Taft said. 'Truman was the most wonderful man. But our people failed to understand the nature of coininu- . Today we face the greatest threat ever—far Creator Ulan Hitler." He said "Stevenson would continue that threat " But Taft said Ihe Republican 'residential nominee, Gen. Dwight 3. Elsenhower, would clean out «e lop level in (he state Department, including Achcson. Tart said he would dwell more fully on foreian policy tonight in on address at a meeting of the Olno Federation of Republican Women s Organizations in the Neil He will speak barely five blocks from Memorial Hall where Stevenson is scheduled lo talk about th^ Ff.OAT WINNEHS - With "Cotton. Yesterday and Today- a Its theme, the float Uop) entered by the Burdctte chapter of Future Homeinakers of America won third place in the Judging during Ihe parade that opened the National cotton Picking Contest yesterday. Below - This float entered by the Rebecca Lodge of Blylheville won stcond p lilc e in the parade competition here yesterday as the Na-' om,l cotton Plckln s Contest got underway. "King Cotton" was the theme of the n TO t. The Rebecca L^dge is an affiliate or the Independent Older of Oddfellow, here. (Courier Nc», rholo) WINDOW CONTEST W1NNBHS - Shown look- Ing on as A. O. Hudson (seated, left) begins presentation of the trophy to the winner of the Kins Cotton Days window decoration contest arc J. c Edwards (standing, left) manner of Kr.'?s store! which had the winning window; Jack p. Robinson' <center>, wlic.se Implement, firm had Hie sttumi pfcc- window; and Mrs. Eunice Young (seated right), ma:iairer...«{.-S<mys ladies Toggery third- place winner. IXJOkTny on at right is Jack Owen uishicr of First National flank-, which donated the first-place trophy. Mr. Hudson ,,-ns chairman of the decoration contest. (Cm.ricr Nous I'lmto). — ' Revamping of Joint Chiefs Of Staff Needed, Bonner Says By HUSSEU, IlIUXES WASHINGTON Wl—Hep. Bonner ID-KC) today called for revamping the Joint Chiefs of staff to eliminate what he called a bottleneck in military planning. Tiie lop military officials, he Bald, are unable lo function lute- (illately because they arc both partisans and Judges in inter-servlcc rivalries. Bonner suggeslod j,, n s i ;l t c . ment that the chairman of the Hiat oilier members be made military no-.!-»rs rather than policy n.pi-esi'muiive.s of their services. The joint chleis arc the top Army. Air Force uml Navy officers who, mulcr Gi-n. Omar' Bradley as chairman, advise the President on major military problems. The chairm.'in now Is "votetess and is armed only with the powci- of persuasion" to guide the "old )>ros who run Ihe rx'iiaimu-m „! Defense," Bor.ncr sniil. on military supply problems re- ffi^MS '^JSl IB ?K s^^arm" FOR SALE Beautiful brick Home ,m Hig|,,, a j 61 North In Country Club Drive Addition. This h ,, mo „.„ 3 „,„ ,„„ tH ,, ltoom , closets in each; Iar K c living ,00111 ml), (ircplace. df.rms room. New Geneva kllrhrn. one an.i ..nc-balf balli, ,,tili| T room, larje screened In front porcl,. S C rv»,,|- s | I01ISC lfilh gas heat, ^rage and outdoor Morasc. rhis home has ne» roof and In top condition. Can't be duplicated for twice - pric( .. Priced for quick sale. SEE OR CALL JOHNNY MARR Phone 2596 JOE ATKINS . . MACMmi II,*,,, BIY THE VILIE, PHONES: D«/y 3142; 'eased today Ly a irou.se expendi- ure.s subcommittee which he heads. Secretary of Defense Lovctt Ics- lified last June, Bonner said, that t!in law unifying the armed services is inadequate ami he will recommend changes before leaviri" office this year. ° "Tn-o Ifal Makeup" "For one (him;," Banner said "I hope lie makes recommendations to cliaiigc the two-hat makeup of the Joint Chiefs of Staff." Lovett was nskpd by reporters last niKht about liouner's statement. The secretary, just back Iran an inspection visit to military installations in the West and Southwest, had not seen the statement. He said he told the committee last summer thnt he would refer any recommendations to President Tinman, but indicated he has not yet done so. The subcommittee reported In May' that the joint chiefs represented a "drag of resistance" to streamlining the military supply system because each member felt obliged to fight for his own service. Bonner's group has been exploring military waste for two years It contends hundreds of milieus of dollars can be saved by a better system of buying items used corn- money by a services. The chairman ,said today pro"- ress had been made through recent Defense Department directives "but we still have a long way to go." Head Courier News Classified Ads, The Proof Is Unmistakable! 532453=353* Moslem become more and more ci™m«*rf r WE BUY YOUR OLD TTRESU j ott dftn't Antic io tt'<jit tint if \XJUT- tiro uvar out! You can fuvv the fofcty of U. S. ficyrc/s n«o/ \Vc aria give vow full Mine for UK i.r.nxrf mileage • HOYALTEI TRIAD JOT TRACTION to grip and hold where tires have never held.,. • RENEWABLE SAFET7 IBEAD winch offers you up to twice A3 many safe miles.:: • EVERLASTING WHITIWALLS protected from sculT and abrasion by the U. 5. Royal Curbguard. .voio- prKcrJ lira . ~ in Inlay for Acx Sfffial or ncwl «vn<! THE TIBE THJT HAS NKVES BKEN StJCCESSFCM.r DUPUCATEO Protection • Blowout Prevention . Life Protection McCAUL TIRE STORE So. Hiway 61 Johl , Burnett, M S r. Phone 8662 N'OTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkhnsas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 112 S Division, Dlytheville, Mississippi'coun- . The undersigned states that he is ] cteen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that, he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the under signed has been revoked within five years List past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 3rd day of otcober, 1952 and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1953. B. S. Siinman, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of October, 1052. Chas. R. Penn, Notary Public My Commission expires: Sept, 13, same time on social security J bid for the 25 elec.oral vote." Ohio, Tail's home stale. MUC THE OLD-TIME SOUR MASH WAY rouu LIKE THE FLAVOR EUOWSTONE, INC.°LOU°SVUL*°£ IMPORTED Holland Bulbs Choo.se yours right awaj white selections are complete. TUIJI'S, DAFFODILS-^* HYACINTHS, CROCUS, AND MANY OTHERS. Bigger, Better Bulbs — get the most for your money. These are the choicest of bulbs,' 3 Imported direct lo us from- Holland. hat luxury. PAUL BYRUM Hardware & Seeds 114 E. Main Bl.vtheville': THE TIJUANA '* *>y STEX the faVOrite hat ! s n VT,'^ tha '' S different> yet wry sm(a ' L II * "My ^fcT-/^a'2X Crafted sofl suede fi' lisf i and boldly laced brim and band combine a look of originality with supreme hat luy_i>ry. t _ _ MEAD'S

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