The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1952 · Page 9
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MONDAY, OCTOBER SO, 1951 j Kerr Predicts Democratic Win; Denounces Ike | Oklahoma Senator ! Addresses Rally At Fayetteville 1 FAYETTEVIT.LE I.fl-An Oklahoma senator promised persons attending a Democratic rally and - inmate* here «mt (lie "frostWiten Republican leadership will (all i'.ider a greal Democratic wind In • wovember." Sen. Robert Kerr. denounced the OOP parly in general and strongly attacked the Republican presidential nominee, Dwlght D. Elsen- hower. In a tiers- speech here Saturday night. He said: "we will see to It that no man who has surrendered to Taft (Sen. Robert Tart of Ohio) . will be president." Some 1,500 Democrats from the -' Third Congressional District heard the speech. District Republicans hnve filed a heavy slate or candidates lor ,. the November general election in- 1 eluding Jack Joyce of Fayetteville who seek to unseat Rep. ; James D. Trimble, the Democratic Incumbent. - Arkansas' Democratic candidate for governor. Francis Cherry, Introduced Kerr, and expressed appreciation to tha crowd lor its support in the Aug. 12 primary. H« said, "it will never be for- totlL'n." Other top state Democratic lead•' ers attending included Trimble. ; Mrs. Jack Carnes. national cotn: milteewoman, Paul Chambers, na' tional committeeman, and former Rep. Claude Fuller of Eureka ! Springs. Explosion Fails To Damage Water Line in Wales ELAN. Wales (/P) —Police disclosed today than an unsuccessful i week-end attempt was made to blow lip » pipeline carrying water to Birmingham, England's second largest city. , Saboteurs put an explosive charge , against a buttress of an aqueduct which takes the big tube to Bir- r iningham from reservoirs In the Isolated E!an Valley in the mountains of Central Wales. The charge blew an eight-foot-deep crater under one arch but failed to damage the pi"eline. Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edingburgh are due in the area Tr<!rsday to open a new dam. i Another case of suspected sabo- ; t've over the week end took place a- Armadale. In West Lothian, Srotland, where explosives were used in an attempt to wreck a private, U owned coal mine. No one was BLXTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ^-^*^^'^$£^^^'T'^ < l S ..ifc^fc&A. * ^JS^&JdSx •* ' x}?V mmnr.TTE HOYAI.TV - Crowned Friday night over corning. Her maids were Peggy Young U, t::;:;;:^^;::'trir^ ! r;^;: —•-- — ai' 1 j icft) EVER TRY A CHEW. GIRLS?—Academy Award wmnei Anne Baxter, led. may have Hollywood all agog over her liking for small cigars, but the girls back in Boston aren't too impressed Anne Irarned to relish the ladylike stogies on location in Quebec, where she was introduced to the delights of the weed by film director Alfred Hitchcock, Hcweven s Mrs. Evelyn Frye. right, of Medford. Mass has been smokais a pipe for some time, and Uoslon tobacconists say many Eastern girls enjoy a hearty smoke. ! Casualties Identified WASHINGTON W}—The Defense , Department today identified 94 _ casualties of the «ir in Korea. The j new list (No/674) included 15 killed ;. In action. 11 wounded, one Injured accidentally, 4n d on« mlssinsr In action. Penguins often will brood a small rock or piece of ice. mistaking It for i »n egg. Ev«ry ^ mallow drop... 6 TOP '* KENTUCKY BOURBON JTIU ONIY 706 486 »*' Pint it 4.5 Q f *V Pint OLD. STACC ,,^6lt ttVTUCXY BOUDC — m«(n sri«i«i IOUIIGI rtmn. t nns 01 M <W«. M H**4 tlimtlNI u, fmunn. i Hay/k Felts Bat FRANKFORT, Ind. W) _ Bats swooped into the Frankfort Times composing room and unnerved the compositors for'severM nights in a Into the news room, where It was , • i me iii^rta[Jtipi made the mistake of venturing on' Mcrl Hawk. >y of , v,'as a few dollars more whole |ipi depcnHahIe waler supply IhroHjrh fhe rears I.e ahead, large sums must be spent wilhin the next decade. E bee " a PP raisin g our national needs figure Ver bilHon dollars for lhe counlr y as a ,, f ° r ^>' sieal equipment and installations — for the things which make up a water supply system. What about the men who make these things function? and *!hr!x ml 'll h ,f ° Ulli ™ V ^' ^ fheir kn «"'lc<l R e, their experience and, above all, their unceasing vigilance? Everything about a water works involves bi? money cxcent he remunerafion of the men responsible for its dfpemlab e opera. slnJ ,n!> S m> °' her en '7P fise i" America puts n'ore solemn re- sponsibiiilics upon men and pays them less for accepting Ihem. peollle , have becn fortunate that so manv able and con' HCCC|U 1h '« responsibil"L Tn ServicM ™«™™*. But he their nnn r "" ServcM ™«™ their numbers grow fewer as the cost of living mounts. Already, water systems are finding j( difficult (o cnrol , „ n d jobs 0 T n hi 0w fllT 8W ^ "n alif ^ f ° r "dvancemenl to key ex cutive jobs. The will to serve .s there but it withers in the face of a dollar 8 S ' R ' mOSt hal/ 11S «"»«h M ing power in the course of a If billions of dollars must he spent on plant facilities, it becomes the more important that the men who direct these purchases "" Pr n int"grilv? , v lllollsanns ^ human intelligence and We need lo spend a few dollars more. eviile Water Co. "Water /j Your Cheapest Commodity Arkansas News Briefs— Study of 55 Cities 7 Finances To Be Topic at AMI Convention Ily The Aisoclatrd Press LITTLE ROCK _ A study of the finances of 55 citi,,, and towns will be released at the isth annual convention of the Arkansas Municipal League here Ihts week. The study was undertaken «o determine wlmt action the League could take to solve problem., of rising casts and do- dining revenues in municipal governments, some 400 city ofdcers nro expected to attend the 2-day convention, which opens Thursday Cherry Asked to Appoint Negroes LITTLE ROCK - A Negro organization is asking Gubernatorial Nominee Francis Cherry to appoint Negroes and persons who 'will em ploy Negroes to slate positions. Tin Arkansas Slate Conference Executive Board of the National Associatton for (he Advancement of Colored People Saturday adopted a resolution calling for appointment of Negroes. The Bosrd also voted to aid In a court fight to have segregation on public vehicles in Arkansas declared unconstitutional. Cotton Belt to Discontinue Run LITTLE ROCK - The St. Louis Southwestern Railway Co. ha, been authored by the state r,,b!<c SCn ->e Commission to discontinue Its passenger (rain service between M"m"h!s -,„,, Toxart-ana The order, effective Nov. 1. also will allow the company'to abandon „*««,*« service, /ram Lewisvllle. Ark., to the Louisiana bnrder The Commission said Southwestern |, lo .si ti? , aboul $3 oo,ooo annually In Us operation of the passenger trains. Conway Dairy Blamed (or Price Drop ••(h^newla^y™ Conw'^' °"* ^^ ^'^ dwymim ls hla!nf »S All but one Little Rock dairy lowered it., price by one cent, of h™,e hvercd and »l n the store- milk this weekend. y ovmg ; , nmcd ,„„ ™ PAG8 KINM A male penguin often cannot tell whether the bird he is courting is n female or nnother male who la fooling him, t !lo Ni ,(.|(, :lil | Gct) _ Society says. de sore m this weekend. y ovmg ; , n crea.se on the Dean Mil* Co.. ,„, of Conway. which L been adver- o™ m PHteskl Co " n "' Bette Davis During Premiere DETROIT </!>/—Actrefs Bette Da- 'fc collapsed last night on the stage if the Stmbert Theater here during the premiere performance of the new musical revue "Two's Company." Tlie well-known film star was carried oft the stage by two shlrl- sleevcd stage hands, but returned a few minutes later to finish the show. "You can't say I didn't fnll for you." she told the applauding first- night audience. Physicians said overwork In preparing for the revue wss responsible for the actre.ss' collapse. Miss Davis' stage role is her first in several years. Couple Takes Prizes IGNACIO, Colo. (/Pi-Hob nit-h- aras. 58, gets around on crutches and has no farm help to speak of yH he managed to win a flock of Mue ribbons recentlv at the annual Ute Indian farm fair I Sllpt. Elbcrt J. Floyd of tile Consolidated ute acency siiys nichi-.rds s "Just about ihe best farmer in , the area." Richards won first prizes lor sheaf and threshed oals. nUalfa watermelons, two kinds of squash and muskmclons. HLs polatons I beets and tomatoes won lesser awards. He also had found time to make' beaded gauntlets and a buckskin ; vest which won blue ribbons Mrs Richards was doing fine, too—seven blue ribbons In the canned goods and food preservation competition. 'till P.M. Halseilg, While Furn. & Appl. Co. 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