The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 21, 1952
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE -"-•" v • If Cherry Wins, Eastern Arkansas Will Have First Victor in 20 Years B1,YTHEVJU.E (ARK.; COURIER NEWS LITTLE ROCK (fl — Exnclly M years ago a chancelor from tho 12th district o( northeast Arkansas was elected governor. This year another chancellor from lhat same district la after the Job. Tho successful chancellor-Condi- dote was J. M. Futrell, now living in rellreinent al li!s Paragoulti homo. The 1952 candidate is Francis Cherry of Jonesboro. If Cherry succeeds, It'll bo the Jlrsl (line sinco the Fulrcll administration thai an Eastern Arkansas man has been elected tho state's chief executive. Physically there are some superficial parallels between the FulwJI of 1932 and Ihe Cherry of 1052. Futrell was ruddy-faced nnil of comparatively short stature. So Is Cherry. Futrell. In his early 80's, was gray-hatred, The 43-year-old Cherry also Is eras', but in his case It's premature. Like Ihret' of his /our opponents. for tho governorship, the quiet- spoken Cherry has never been defeated in a political race. Admittedly, however, he hasn't, been put to the lest, as ollcn as the others. Cherry was elected chancellor In 1942 over two opponents Including the then Incumbent. Ho was reelected in 1548 after time out for n wartime hitch In Die Navy. Cherry says he sought to waive his judicial Immunity and enter the military forces through Selective Service, but that when this offer was refused he accepted a commission as a lieutenant <jg.) Cherry was born Sept, *, 1808 al Ft. Worth, Tex., the youngest of five children. Later die family moved to El Reno, Okln. During his younger years, Cherry worked with a rail track laying gang and followed the wheat harvest for three years. He worked his way through tho University of Arkunsus and was graduated from iU law school In 1530. He .started (lie practice of low al Little Rock, where he met his present campaign manager, Leffel Gentry. Later he moved to Jonesboro. Cherry Is married to the former Margaret Frlerson of Jonesboro, whom he met while both were students at the University. They have three children — Scotty, 11- Charlotte, 9, and Francis Jr., \. Cherry is a Presbyterian a member of several Masonic groups and a non-drinker. He says there'll be no liquor served In the Governor's Mansion 1f lie occupies Cherry's chief contribution to the pattern of Arkansas political campaigning is the now widely publicized talkathon In which he does n marathon stint of answering questions put to him by the studio audience and radio listeners. WAKNIMO OHDEIt In the Chancery Court, C'htcka- tawba District, Mississippi Count) 1 . Arkansas, Junnita Miller, by her mother and next friend, Mrs, C. L,. Richardson, Pit. vs. No. 12,083 Johnnie Miller, Dft. The defendant, Johnnie Miller, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named In the caption licreo/ and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Jimnlu Miller. Dated this 12 day of July, J9JX Harvey Morris, Clerk By Laverjte Ball, D.C O. P. Cooper, ally, for plaintiff. Ed II. Cook,-ally ad litem. 7-14-21-28 8-4 of tlie'pnutiug _ of tin* first book,. from inuluiblc l|ipi',(itr| 3ulumtt HONORS GUTEMBERQ BIBLE - Tlie new three-cent U S postage stamp pictured above commemorates the first book to ha printed from movable lype. II was the famous Jciliium Giitenbcro Bible, printed in Germany In U5G. The now stamps will »o on firsl-day sa!« in Washington, D. C., o.i Sept 30, during National Bible Week. Nests of many birds are built, in the six-day period required for forming and developing the first EDSON Continued form Page « version or McCarthylsm. By taking Senator Ninon as his running mule, General Elsenhow- er has In effect #lven his endorsement to the Republican drive to clean tlie Communist Influences out of the federal government. But he wants mis done without so much of the smear, the unproved charges nnd Ihe exaggerated statements that characterised so much of Wisconsin sen. Joe McCarthy's campaign. I.cfl-Wlnfrera Broke McDowell While both Nixon and Mundl won promotion to the Senate from tlie House for their work on the Kiss case, there waa one other member of the On-American Activities Committee of that time to whom It brought defeat. This was Rep. John McDowell of Pennsylvania. McDowell was the man who broke Ihe "nrothonotary warbler" angle of the Hiss case. Bolh Hiss and Whitlnker Chambers were bird watchers. The tact that both had records of having seen a protho- notary warbler was one of (he important links used to prove that Hiss knew Chambers. nut for bringing out proof of this association, the left-winders Imte down on Representative McDowell when he ran for re-election, and caused his defeat. MONDAY, JULY 21, 1962 ,««..». mail JAMES R. SCOTT the Storrs^Schaefer Style Consultant WILL BE IN OUR STORE Tomorrow & Wednesday July 22 and 23 To present distinctive new fabrics and styles for fall and winter. Be sure to visit with this authority on men's clothes ... get sound advice on colors and designs - - to look your best. There's No Obligation R.D.HUGHESCO. "Where the Man Who Knows — Buys His Clothes" A Message from Blylheville: It's TIME for a CHANGE and WE ARE FOR William H. e Bill' WYATT for State Senator because I.WE LIKE HIM! 2. We Are Proud of his Record: In Civic Affairs! • For Educational Institutions! • In Church Work! . His Conduct of Farm and Business Matters! "You Can Rely On Bill Wyatt" 3. We Admire His Qualifies: Fairness Cooperativeness Good Judgment • Decency * Faithfulness • Industry * Intelligence • Open Mindedness and Year-Round Friendliness BILL WYATT HAS UNEXCELLED QUALIFICATIONS* CHARACTER * INTEGRITY * EXPERIENCE We Confidently Know William H. "Bill" Wyaft Is the BEST MAN for Sfafe Senator! • Blytheville Friends of Bill Wyatt W> n Campbell, Secretary rolilif.,1 .Uvcrlising I>iid for by «'.n Campbell. Bljrlhevlllt, Ark.

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