The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 15, 1952 · Page 2
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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15, 195! BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS Sen. Taft Terms Administration As 'Socialism' I Truman's Foreign Policy Targe* of New Mexico Speech 8ANTA PE, N. M. Wv_Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio told a cheer- Ilrig crowd last night that the nation decides in Just three weeks whether It wants socialism or a free American w.ay of life. Earlier in the day he told an Albuquerque audience all the present troubles of the United States • re traceable to "mistakes in foreign policy," nnd he blasted corruption in government. He also told newsmen In a conference at Albuquerque that he believed the best chances for Republican inroads In the Solid South are in Virginia, Florida, Tennessee Texas and Louisiana. He spent the night in Santa Fe «nd was to move on today to Salt Lake City and Logan, Utah. Before an overflow crowd of 2,000 In a Santa Pe high school auditorium, he declared the campaign Issue this fall is this: "It is the resumption and continuation of progress under a free American way of life, as opposed to the alleged advances to be obtained by surrendering our money tnd our freedom to the tender mercies of an all-powerful and arbitrary government. "Basically, the issue is one of liberty against socialism, and we must decide It In 1952. - In his afternoon talk at Albuquerque, he lashed at "fatal mistakes In judgment" in the administration's foreign policy and said those '' and government corruption are the main reasons why people have lost faith in their government. As for Democrats' claims of prosperity under their administration, Taft said it was an illusion. "In thn last two years," he said, "There has been a general de- •rease in the standard of living, and quite a deficit in most family budgets. Millions of families liv- , ing on their savings or fixed allowances are much worse off than they were two years ago." H«ad Courier News Classified .Ads. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. • Phone 58 British Police Guard Arrival Of Ridgway LONDON W) — Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway flew Into town ycsterdiy and was greeted by the heaviest jwllce guard seen at konrtdn airport since the war. AH was quiet. Metropolitan Police Superintendent Hougham said the guard—about 170 police — was his! own idea. Communists (parked a wild protest demonstration when Ridgeway made his first official visit to Brit-1 ain as supreme Allied commander' in Europe last July 9. Said Hougham: "I wanted to make certain It wouldn't happen again." Retirement?— Phooey It's Back to School MIAI, Pia. W _ Retirement, says Tl-year-old Orra O. Bishop a waste of time. So Bishop, who was graduated om Michigan Stale Teachers Col- >ge 52 years ago, has returned to ichool. He's studying for a mas- Mystery Writers Note—Try This „ One for Size CHICAGO IB _ Mystery story writers please note: ' The coroner's pathologist cannot determine that the victim died at 11:02 p.m.—or any other exact time. That's what Dr. Nilton Hclpern, deputy chief medical examiner of New York City, (old a convention at pathofogists yesterday. Dr. Helpern, speaking at the 31st annual meeting of the American College of Clinical Palhologists, sajd there is no way to determine the precise time of death from a posthumous examination. The best that can be done he said. 15 to set the period during which death occurred—sometimes a matter of a few minuies, but often a less determinate period. II Traffic Counts Gets 39 Months BALTIMORE W-A man con- icled In Traffic Court on 31 harges was sentenced to Jatl erms totaling 39 months and fines f $2,546.45. Police testified at the hearing :slerday they arrested the -de- •ndant, James E. Farmer, 24, aft• an auto chase through the loop, e told them he would have WED -THURS "WE'RE NOT MARRIED" Ginger Rogers Fred Allen FRIDAY "SUGARFOOT' Randolph Scott MOX Show Starts 'Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1:00 F Alwoyi o Double Feoture LAST TIMES TONITE Buddy Nites J For Price of 1 —Plus- Cartoon & Shorts THURS-FRI a SHiill (lilt • Also Cartoon , degree at (he University of tlaml. He was a chemical engineer un- 1 his retirement at 62. Head Courier News Classified Ads. slopped sooner but he didn't hnve a driver's license and wanted to "stay out of trouble." Bauxite Aluminum Plant Begins Production on 24 Hour Basis BAUXITE, Ark. Hv-The Alumi. num Company's huge new bauxite refining plant, which still is under construction, Wgan producing al- umina hero yesterday on a 24-hour operational basis. Thb plant .covering more than 125 acres, is expected to cost about $42 million when il is completed laic this year. A brief ceremony marked ttie start of continous operations. A Runaway Youths Held in Burglary HARRISON. Ark.. -Five fun- away teenagers ivere arrested here Monday night in connection with a Ft. Smith burglary. The youths, all from Ft. Worth. Tex., svcre picked up by State Troopers Kirby Cowan and Walter Hays after the troopers spotted them driving north of Harrison. Cowan said tne youths were all 14 or 15 years old. They were not identified. 22-ton hopper filled with bauxite was dumped on a conveyor belt by Allen B. Williams, St. Louis president of the company, and Lawrence Litchficld. Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa.,, president of Alcoa Mining Co, The plant will have a peak annual production of 800 million pounds of alumina and will employ about TOO persons, officials S2id. Bnuxitw mined. In Arkansas will be used exclusively. Alcoa began building the plant In April 1851. 7'hc Aluminum Ore Co., a subsidiary of Alcoa, will operate the plant. NO MONTHLY CRAMPS... nof even on the VERY FIRST DAY'. o* po1«, txKltach • Women and girls who suffer from the functionally-caused cramps, back, aches and headaches due to menstruation—who feel upset and irritable on certain "particular days'* every month—may jic suffering Quite needlessly} Such Is the conclusion from tests by doctors in which Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound stopped or gave amazing relief of such distress In 5 out of 4 of the cases . . . even on the very first and worst day of the period f Yes1 Medical evidence ptov MLydla-Pinkh Eim'8 mod- , n«cvovt filing* era In action. It exerts a remarkably calmtn? c««ct on the uicrus— without the use of pain-deadening drugs! The effectiveness of Lydla Flftfcham'E needs no proof to the millions of women and Blrl* whom It has benefited. But how about you? Do you know what It may do lor you? Take Lydtn FtnJcham's C See If i/ou don't get the same relief from cramps and weakness.. . . fee! better both te- lors «nd during your perlodl Q«C either Lydla Plnkham'a Compound, or new, improved Tablets, with, added iron! Lydla Pinkham's Is won- ilerful lor "hot flashes" and other functional distress of the "chans• of life," tool has aquieliny effect on the uterine contractions [soechart) which may often cause menstrual pain! WARNING ORDER The defendant. Robert L« Reid, is warned to appear In the Chancery Court, Chtckasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkan&u. within thirty days, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Bil!i« Marie Reid. Witness my hand, as clerk of said court, and the seal thereof, this RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. WED - THURS 'Anything Can Happen" Jose Ferrer & Kim Hunter FRIDAY "COMMANCHE TERRITORY" In Technicolor Maureen O'Hara McDonald Carey •••*•••••••••••«•«•••••( PAGE FIV» ttnd day ot September, 1952. Harvey Morris, Clerk 824-101-8-15 WARNING OHDER In lh« Chancery Court, Chlcka- uwlia District, Mississippi Counly, Arkuisas. Dockio Curds, Fit. vs. No. 12,206 Golctie Curtis, Dft. DOUAK-WISE? THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOUt Adams Appliance Co. Inc. "Where Happiness Cos'ts So Little" WED -THURS OCTOBER 15-16 W E'LL be the first to admit that you can buy a car for less than the price of a Buick. But not so much less as most people think. And just to save those few extra dollars, you'll miss a fortune in fun. For the few extra dollars you pay for a Buick, you get the ginger and thrill of a lot more power than you'll get. in any other car of its price and pounds -plus th« big miles-per-gallon figures of Buick's famed high- compression Fireball 8 Engine. You get size and room and looks to do you proud- comfort you'll hardly believe -and that good sense of security that only ample weight can impart. You get the all-coil-spring ride that a million dollan couldn't duplicate. You get handling, steering, braking, turning -all with an ease that women especially appreciate. _ could go on at length about a lot of other things, including a fair-sized list of items you get in every Buick but which cost extra on lesser cars. But why go on? The fun and fine feeling and wondroui comfort you enjoy in a Buick are things you shouldn't be missing for just a few extra ^dollars. And the value —you just can't pass that up. Got a little time to drop in and let us prove our points? Equip/ticnl,accei!orK!,trim and models art subject to cb»ng» without nolia, 'Rufck »UUD * ,fe W»k e v erv S o f urtfa y ar,d 8 U W, own TV show "ft. Cireu, Hoc," ,v,rv fourth T« s doy- LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK CO., Walnut & Broadway, Phone 4555 The defendant. Goldie Curtis, il hereby warned to appear .within thirty days in the court named in the caution hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Dockio Curtis. Bated this Kh day of October, IS^i. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Cherry Sue Barnes, D.O. Ralph E, Wilson, atly. tot pltf. Now renllh "Tudor" TafeU JV -Model K18I2R. 17-incK (U8 Her* li ilmoit unbelievable perform a nee -achieved by Zeoitt Quality, Zenith feature!. 25% greater distance with 1 20% brighter picture! Finest achievement of Zenith Quality in TV— toted ind protmt in jreas of worst reception nation-wide! Only Zenith Quality Can Guorcnte* To* Outstanding Features Like These I • N»w Million Dollar 1 01*0 "K-93" of wont n tuning without fvrth«r arfjuitmtnT. • Il«tr..)« Dlrt.ru, A4(iiit»r Chang* front itation-to-ifatCon wiHv out fvrtfc*r odjvrtnwit. • Tim**! All M Mnihi«*«d. • rtawfeM C«hln«try. • Zenith Trlngt-Uek-S* H o*w» for beit iBccpt!*n in Mfl»« or*M aft4 forget itl • Built-in ProvUlw* for UMr-provV »Itm for Tun«r Stiip* to rMwra n*« UHF jtoHon* wtthairi HM ww •« a «M. v*rt*r ar odapf*r. • 50 H Irlghtor Fktor*. • R>rl«Han. COME IN NOW FOR A DEMONSTRATION Adams Appliance Co,, Inc. J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. 2M-208 W. 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