The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 9, 1952
Page 10
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PAGE TEff (AKK.) COURTE* THURSDAY, OCT. f, 1«» Speck Accuses Arkansas Press 01 Libeling GOP Governor Candidate Speaks at Pine Bluff; Gray Praises Paper* PINE BLUFF (M — Arkansas newspapers were accused yesterday by Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Jeff Speck of "libeling" GOP politicians, but a fellow Republic tin promptly came to the defense of the press, Speck, the East Arkansas cotton planter making his second race for governor, told the Klwanls Club here that. "If I fihonld walk out here and say this is a perfectly beautiful day. by the time the newspapers came out I would have said it was snowing." ' However, John Gray, president of the Young Republicans of Arkansas, said Iftsl night In El Dorado (hat the Arkansas press' treatment at the Republican party was "entirely satisfactory." "I had not been aw«i c of unfavorable treatment of the Republican party In general although there certainly have been isolated cases where some of the press has leaned editorially toward the continuance of n Democratic administration," snld Gray when asked to comment on Speck's address. "Even, though I may disagree wilh them In this, it Is certainly the privilege of a free press." Speck spoke on the "Two-Party System In Arkansas," and said that H would help immensely if one big state newspaper would come out In support of the 3-party system. ' Arkansas' largest morning dolly, ihe Arkansas Gazelle, long has supported establishment of a 2- party system in Democratic Arkansas. The newspaper also supports the presidential candidacy of Democrat. Adlai Stevenson. Arkansas News Briefs— Cherry Second, Adlai, Ike Far Back in Terrapin Derby Hy The Associated frttf LEPANTO. Ark. — FYancIs Cherry was second. Adlai and Ike wer« back in the field and GingPr came from nowhere to »'in Lepa.nto'6 annual Terrapin Derby yesterday., Ginger, an outsider, nosed out Francis Cherry — the turtle — to win 4100 for Ills owner C. B. Tollivcr of Lcpamo. Cherry, entered by Johnny Kelly of Marked Tree, brought $50 to his owner for place. There was no price for show. Izard County Race May Be Settled Out o/ Court MELBOURNE, Ark. — The two opponents In the contested election for Izarcl County's seat In the Arkansas House would like to settle their dispute out of court in the November general election. Tho winner, Arthur Harris, and his opponent In the Democratic runoff primary last August, n, u Blair, yesterday asked Circuit Judgt John Blctfsoe to sanction such an arrangement. They would run at in- dcjicmient-s in the election. Jucige Bledfoe is expected to mle on the request today. Arkansas Transient Killed in Wyoming HOCK SPRINGS, Wyo. — E. G. Bryant, 62-year-old transient from Spnngdalp, Ark., was killed yesterday when he WELS struck, by a car on Highway 30 two in Lies east of here, Coroner J. Warden Opie ruled the death accidental. Broken Mirrors Not Unlucky, Family Soys NEW YORK VP\— Every week, tin Ashenfarm fitmily risks 420.00C years of bad luck. In R year, they lay themselves open to a pcsslbli 21,840,000 years of bad luck. Barnett Ashcnfarb anrt his thrc tons, Henry, Sidney and San», man ufaciure mirrors. Their firm (American Mirror Works) turns out more than a million small mirrors a week. In i\n ordinary work week, about 60,000 mirrors nre broken in««vert- enily., Despite the old superstition about seven years bad luck for every broken mirror, the Ashsiifnrbs have done fine. Their business bus prospered, AH three sons and one daughter, Foye, have married despite the old saying about a broken mirror dooming the breaker to eternal splnsterhcwd or bftchcU'tt- hobd. TO APPEAR HEJIK — Luclo CrLfiUnn], the comedian of UIR Crls- tianl family equestrian troupe, and sisters Corky and Hovtan.s pose with one of the highly-trained horses used in their act. They will appear hi the King Bros, and the Crist Ian 1 Combined Circus here Oct. 'JO. * ¥ * * * * King Bros.-Cristiani Circus To Perform Here October 20 The Klnft Bros, mid CrisUinil Combined ntrcus will present two performances at. Walker Park Fairgrounds hero Oct. 20 under auspices of Ihe Blytheville Shrine Club. The iwrfonminces will begin nt 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. The circus TOO will open nntl a band concert held, however, cm hour t>elore cadi per- formnncc. A typical ctrcu.s .parade is scheduled to move through downtown Blytheville at 11 am. that day. More than ISO performers repre- scuting eight lorciirn countries Johnston Defends Jackson County Project NEWPORT, Ark. — A loader In the campaign to set up > public power monopoly in Jackson County yesterday said a private power executive's charge that the project was inspired by outside interests wax "far from Ihe truth," Corbcil JuiMiston, president of the Farmer's Electric Co-operative Corp,, said instead that the pro posit I actually was inspired by the Arkansas Power atul Light Co.'x action in taking over servicing ol Gray's Addition to Newport. Read Courier News Classified Acis. convoys. Featured performers with this rcuiureci performers with this circus ore the members of the Cris- tianl family, Jamed equestrian troupe. Other ticks will Include the Chamber ty aerinHst group, Hugo 2ac- chini, a "human cannonball" shot from i cannon, nnd Truzzi, a lucsler. 'Empties' Embarrass Minister in Florida LAKELAND, Fla. (Jl»j — The Rev, D. Cox, Baptist minister here, doesn't- want city gntbuge collectors to get the wrong idea nhoiU him. He appeared before the city council to ask it to point out to the garbage men that the beer cans and whiskey bottles they m:caslon;:l!y find in his nmbisti are nicked up from the church lawn where they are tossed by people who "Inll to respect" the church. Prodigious Patriarch BASTNGER, Fin. f/Vi — Noel Ra ho:: Raulerson, cattleman and fivr- tncr who died recently at the RR of 103, had 322 descendants,, in ulutiing the filth generation. The widower was survived by 13 of 17 children. 110 grandchildren iu5 ^grcRt-grnnuchilclren arid 34 great-great ^grandchildren. BARREL OF FUN—A sturdy, strong-armed German girl rolls a huge beer barrel during a contest for the title of "Best Beer Roller In Berlin." As the only woman competing against men In the contes^ ehe won the cheers of Ihe crowd that lined Ihe street tn the British Zone. 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