The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 8, 1952 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 8, 1952
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Lewis Mum About His Presidential Choice But Attacks Sen. Taft UJWLJ1NNATI W>— John L. Lewis still hasn't said In so many words whom he favors for Ihe nation's next president but he declared yesterday he didn't see how anv- one could vote for a man "whom Tan, may lead around by the collar." The reference to Sen. Robert A Taft of Ohio was taken to nieaii by 3,000 United Mine Workers delegates that Lewis, their long-time president, docs not favor Ihe candidacy of Gen. Dwight D, Eisenhower, the Republican presidential candidate. Taft currently Is on a speaking tour in behalf of Eisenhower and Democratic leaders have claimed Taft is bossing the Eisenhower campaign. Lewis' speech yesterday started off the mine workers' convention which IK expected lo last si least « week In Sen. Taft's home lown. Terming the Ohio senator "In articulate zombie of predatory anc oppressive weallh In America • Lewis said: "I think it Is beyond human coin prehension (hat an American will a child to rear and a wife to pro tect should ever deign to suppor him, Taft, tor public office or an other man whom Tuft may lea around wilh a collar around hi neck." Tlie Hlled Mine Workers, gs ai organization, haven't come out Ir support of a presidential candlcialt since they went along with forme President Franklin D. Rooseve/l ir 1936. In (he last three elections however, Lewis has supported the Republican nominees, A financial report, submitted to the delegates showed the union had a balance of $34,032,833.48 on hand as of last June 30. Pour years »80 11 was J13, 18-1,834. House Committee to Continue Red Investigation Next Week LOS ANGELES M»_Tile House Cominlllee on Un-American Acllv Hies will continue its Inquiry Into Communist Infiltration among the professions In Southern California when its hearing resumes here Heart's Estate Is $40 Million LOS ANGELES Iff) _ William Randolph Heart's estate has been appraised at $40,499.214 on the basis of assets listed so far, but attorneys Indicated today that still other assets to be listed will boost ihc gross value to 56',i million dollars. A previous Inventory listed assets at »!6,070.255. mostly stocks In oil companies and enterprises other than newspapers. The second Inventory, filed yesterday In. Superior Court, Includes 60,061 shares of nonvoting common stock of the Hearst Corp., valued at *M,000,200. The publisher died Aug. H. insi, at the age of 88. He left most of his estate to his widow, Mrs. MilH- cent V.- Hearst, their live sons and charllablc foundations. Oct. 17. Tlie hearing was recessed yesterday nftei- a week of testimony from 84 witnesses, Including 22 doctors, 25 attorneys, six actors four writers, a pharmacist, a film studio laborer, a social worker and n« "oj-gmilzallonal worker." Of the eight women witnesses three were actresses and three' were attorneys. Slxty-one of the witnesses re fused on constitutional grounds to answer questions residing mem- berihip in the Communist party Only three ••••---•• * actor—-were ~*~ -~ ~j,w*<\nvc. i»ej named some 30 writers and actor's chiefly In radio, as members of a Hollywood "coll" of the party After yesterday's session. Miss Betty Selden wns fired from her lob as a Los Angeles County social """' ""-'•— a post she had held Lutherans Convene in Washington BLYTUEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS (/P/-Subjcc(» ranging nil' , OJ)cn) "S o' « new mission field o Malaya to adoption of a 12-mlllion-dollar budget are on the program for the 18th biennial United Lutheran Church of America Convention opening here tonight A communion service In University Methodist Temple, chosen because of Its large .auditorium will open the meeting of the largei Lutheran body in this country. The Rev. or. Franklin Clark Prs New vert, president of the churcl will preacli at the opening service Six hundred official delegates ,111 about, 1.400 visitors are expected t attend the week-long meeting Business sessions will start tomor row morning. The agenda include Dr. fry's biennial, report, reeeptloi of tlie Caribbean Synod Into th church and election of officers The convention also Is expectei to act on ministerial pensions am acceptance of the new Revised Standard Version of the Bible In the church's service books. WEDNKSPAY, OCT. 8, 1951 -two v/vllors and ,,n co-operative. They case- worker. '">• 17 years. Casualties Identified WASHINGTON (/Pi-The Defense Department todey Identified 193 rattle casualties In Korea. A new 1st No. 6SS inducted 19 killed 138 wounded, 21 mlsstlng and nine Inured. Lona Turner's Marriage Plans Are Called Off HOLLYWOOD MV-Lnna TurnE1 md Argentine singer Fernando Ln- mas have called off their plans to larry, her studio has disclosed Lrmms was divorced last month by •us. I.ydla Lamas in Las Vegns •lev., but the Nevada divorce suit y Miss Turner against wealthy portsmnn Bob Topping has not cen filed, pending the working out 1 a property settlement An MOM Studio spokesman said he film careers of Lnnins and itiss Turner and their domestic difficulties had combined lo break up their romance but that they parted good friends. " r Composer, Critic Seeks Annulment NEW YORK W-<JoK!po:=- and music critic Deems Taylor, 66 is seeking annulment of his marriage lo the former Lucille Watson Little, 27. They were married In 1945. The suit was disclosed yesterday In Stale Supreme Court when Taylor's attorney asked that the action be tried next month before a ref- Tee. the usual procedure when a suit Is not contested. • Papers In the action were sealed. O AN ATOM " P*J'« ' -" ' TV } > 'i ' ' -,*• r * ? " /-• ^ •* i « V *• ^ V » "^ """ \ \ t Around the iwcltus i • -t •- \ i«voly« electrkolly •. >4> 1^ o«9ative portklei „*. - 4 colled etecrrom -".'. \ which mmrerfcol- once rhe potitiv* i chorse o* the pn- 7 Ions. Neutroni, Q wliich ore electrically neutral, can, tm*~ der certain condi- , ' \ tions, become pro^ '/ l J ton*. Simitarly, a t * ' , I (mtM CM IOM irj W ' - ', ~ I' l»iifi»e charge and -•/"<.* ,«• _ , become a netirro*. * ' *}> * ' \ ,' ' • ^ (N > ;_.. * io-» ® ByJAY HEAVILIN and RALPH LANE ""*••""'* ;V i£ffiSS: iSfeISM' ^SsMK'IM^¥=S.n@^^%;^%i^^^|^^ u . -n- -"-"* ~--"'" " •".H H rhe tremendous OOMWC a o neiitrom together «wt we coH atomc, or moreWt '4 »«l«r energy. It n HHI sa»e««cerhotiomelie2!Ik2i f lieve holds the entire material wivemr^^ Plane Hunts F ''m Producer Hurricane Off Seeks Florida Coast MIAMI, Fla. UP, - A hurricane 'muting plane was to go out from San Juan, Puerto Rico, today t Investigate Ihe fifth tropical d(; turbance of the season. The storm—not yet a hurricnn —was located yesterday about 12 miles east of Antigua. British We. indies, ami 2,000 miles southens of Miami, It had winds of 55 miles per hou vhlrllng around a well-defined cen er and was moving north-north vestward at about 11 miles per hou but offered no Immediate threat t ny Innd areas. Wendy Barrie Sues Ex Husband NEW YOUR M>j—Actress Wend JniTlc Is suing her former husbam or 5250,000 for alleged slnndcr sh nargcs he gossiped that she wa • vuig Immorally with H man an; upportlng him. Miss Barrie denied Ihe charge^ n complaint filed yesterday 'in cderal Court against David L leyer. She said he slandered hei lirlcc last spring by telling' varlou ersons here and In Florida (ha he was "openly living with 'Cnppy miih as man and wife without bung married, r.nd te supporting him.' Smith was not Identified In the lit. However, her attorneys de- cribe Smith as a "mere acquaint- nee. LIGm-WEIGHT WOOL JERSEY faf/.ia*,, 7.7O Site, 9-15 Proved favoril. in »f|, warm, wool j«r JO y-rh. fcbf,c » right for school or office. Youthfully Hyled with bright checkerboard skirt, loiid top. Bock 7ip of th« «r, at » ilyfes yog ',| f^ o| Warrfj | WITH NEW FUR ACCENTS Fall colon *OO \fMses' jjroi Here are rkh all-wool poodles, textured suedes and novelty-porierned fabrics—oli fashion-new for foil. Smart fur ascols, capes, s iol es in dyed-persian lamb, sheared beaver, dyed muitcrol, dyed marmot. SANTA MONICA, Calif. <ff, — Film producer Samuel P. Spiegel has sued his.wife Lynne for divorce on charges of adultery and extreme cruelty. The complaint, filed yesterday. contends there Is no community properly and asks that Mrs. Sple- jel be enjoined from filing any awsult as a result of their marriage. Spiegel, who produced "The African Queen," for which Humphrey Jognrt won an Academy Award. Is Moons/liners Place Still on Sheriffs Farm HODOENVILLE, K y. W-Somebody plaj-ed a dirty trick o n Wayne County Sheriff Joe Burnett. A 220-gallon moonshine still was set up on the sheriffs farm, located about 10 miles northeast of here. The sheriff and his tenant. Earl West, notified officers her vrsw on r iu~-~ ^"7"* "*"' •" s - /lf vytl " day the sti.l-one ofTrfe latest em Korean" wSs."""' ° f ° Perati ° nS '" seat—had been found In a heavily wooded ravine In » remote section of the farm. Raiding officers destroyed the steam-operated still, 43 barrels of mash, 500 pounds O f corn meal, 200 pounds of sugar, soo pounds of malt and 13 gallons of moonshine whisky. No arrests were made. Destroyer to Korea OTTAWA Defe De- Flood Damages Florida Crops PAHOKEE, Fla. <*>-Ftood waters from heavy rains have covered about 10,000 acres of muckland along the southeastern short of Lake Okeechobee. Pumps were working around the clock today as farmers sought to drain off from four to six ,„,„'""'," B C., Oct. Read Courier News Classified Ads of South Florida In a 24-hour period. Officials of the U. S. Sugar Corp said harvesting of sugar cane would be delayed. Vegetable crops were threatened. ONE DAY ONLY! SEE THIS AMAZING COOKING DEMONSTRATION PRIZES! SURPRISES! FREE RECIPES! LMHI how you cm lav* up to $2.50 me* torit on on* alon*! S«. how you can cook <,!! cut* ef mwrt l«mctw, |uiey, LOIS C THOMPSON HOW MOHEY SAVE When n,k *« n.if w« r*M w.ri,mi t,^ r««lp« krtth.^i«tw t. tl*. y.. ACTUAL DEMONSTRATION on a CHAMBERS 6AS RANGE! TONITE-7.30P.AA Jaycee Clubhouse 309 No. 2nd Seeforyouraelf how Chimben superb cooking tendtriio *ll me»t cuu into Juicy, lajiy ire»t« ;. . u-Hlc ytn'n *v*y jnm ib* iitci>n.'Ste Chambers Suftr-Onn cook one boor with only 10 minutes ga»... Ch»mbers ThtrmtOim cook three foods on one tiny burner with the gas turned off.: i Chamber* Ix-A-Tef' Bniltr th»t ri»e» range-top high; Bring jour friends! COOKS WITH THE CAS TURNED a&/ NOW! A CHAMBERS FOX EVERYBODY AT A NEW LOW FRICti *299 50 Weis Butane Gas Co. South Highway 61 Phone 3301 Blytheyille, Ark.

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