The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 23, 1952
Page 5
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THURSDAY, OCT. W, Virginia Democrats Face Big Split on Presidential Race ' presidential campaign because they don't feel they can endorse the Stevenson-Sparkman ticket the Virginia Democratic organization today faced one of Ihe biggest spills In its ranks in recent years. Former Gov. William M. Tuck last night Joined Sen. Harry Byrd YoshidaGets Control of Jap Liberals ! TOKYO (f, — Prime Minister Shijeru Yoshjria, 74-year-old friend of America and the Western world, today appeared assured of ngain heading the Japanese government. This came about when his arch rival Ichiro Hatoyama, once purged for pro-Fascist writings, stepped down in the contest lor leadership | of the dominant Liberal party. The Japanese Diet, sprinkled with former' war criminals -and man new Socialist faces but no Commu hlsts, will meet tomorrow. It I scheduled to choose a Prime Min Ister. Yoshlda's party triumph mad his.Diet choice ^omovrow almost foregone conclusion since his party, holds, a majority of the 466 seat in (he lower house. '' Yoshida and Hatoyama settled their differences amicably at " a meeting today. One B-26 Knocks Out 29 Trucks SEODL <ff> — A single B28 was Credited with destroying 20 Communist trucks in North Korea last nljht and early today—the single- trip record this year for any bomber of the Third Bomb Wing. Pilot of the plane was Lt. Russell S. BuSter of Medford, Mass. He said the trucks went up in a series of explosions -when' he caught a convoy near Haeju in western Korea. "The explosions were "fantastic, ene right after another." he sairt. "They were so heavy they Jolted eur aircraft at 3,000 feet." Morse to Speak For Stevenson PORTLAND, Ore. (ffJ—The first speech Republican Sen. Wayne I,. Morse of Oregon makes in behalf of the Democratic- presidential nominee will be a recording to be released here tomorrow night. Morse sent word here from Washington, D. C., that he had made a •K-mlnute explanation of his jump from Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower to Gov. Adlal Stevenson of Illinois. The recording U being sent here by •ir mail. It will be'played at a Volunteers for Stevenson dance. Ike Signs Slow Mail Deliveries SAN FERNANDO, Calif. (;Fj—The mails have been a little late this week, and Postmaster T. R: Wilson complained yesterday, "somebody's been plastering 'I like Ike' stickers ill over our trucks. The drivers have to stop in the morning to «crap« them olf. It's against the law, you know." The third member of the "Bin Three," Gov. John S Battle, has come out for Stevenson and has made a speech in the Democratic presidential nominee's behalf While Tuck, like Byrd, did hot come out directly for the Republican candidate, Gen. Dwight D Eisenhower, he did mention him in a slate-wide radio address- something Byrd did not do Tuck said: "Candor compels me lo say that the,Eisenhower platform in many vital parliculars ,as well « s the Eisenhower candidacy more nearly conforms to the tradillonal principles of the Democratic party than rtoes the Truman platform or the Truman candidate." • JTuck, who resigned Aug. 28 »s Virginia Democratic chairman because he was unwilling to commit himself on the presidential race said he had hoped to remain silent But now that Stevenson has embraced Tnimanism," he added I cannot be true to myself and those near to me ... without speaking out firmly, particularly in the light of the dangerous situation which confronts us." The disagreement over the presidential campaign has caused a bigger nil among Virginia Democrats than opponents of the Byrd organization have been able to bring about in the last 15 years Many lower echelon members of the Byrd organization came out for Stevenson before Byrd made his speech, and most of them have reiterated their support of the national ticket despite the stands of Byrd and Tuck. Others, including two members of the state Senate and several in the House of Delegates, have been campaigning actively for the Republican ticket within a state-wide organization of "Democrats for Eisenhower." WILSON NEWS P. _ seventh •UrttuUy, at the horn* o her parents. Mr. »nd Mrs Arnok McDanlel, 'when M playm.t*. at tended a p«ity Sunday afternoon Birthday calce and Ice cream were served the children following • afternoon of playing party games Mrs. McDinlel was assisted b Judy's teacher, Miss PatrlcU McK« «nd Mn. Bently Rhodes. Out-of town gusets were Bobby and Bill Cunningham and John C»ntreU Jr all of Crawfordsvllle. WSCS Meets Mrs. H. W. Gilbert was hostess to members of the Wilson Women Society of Christian Service oJ th Methodist Church at her horn Monday afternoon. Mrs. -EUtne Beall presided during the business session, in the absence of the ptes ident, Mrs. Mable Mullins. Mrs. A. Simms Jr., was program ch»ir man. The devotional was given b Mrs. Dewey Stotts. Others appear Ing on the program Included Mrs Owen Sadler, Mrs. J. c. Bussey an t COULP NAfAE YOU A DOZEN REASONS WHY YOU SHOUL.P VOTE ON NOVEMBER^, BUT THE MAIN ONE (6 &TIUU THE < SAME-- \T'$ YOUR PUTV.' Egyptian Employes Fired CAIRO. Egypt W—The Egyptian government fired scores of top public servants today — including two undersecretaries in the Health Ministry—and dissolved the municipal councils of Cairo and Alexandria in a stepped-up campaign against graft. . 'WORUJS LARGEST SELLER AT 1O< 30 1<*I*H 1ft MQX Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1:00 Always a Double Feature "Where Happiness Costs So Little" LAST TIMES -TONITE "IVORY HUNTER" In Technicolor Filmed in Africa THURS-FRI 2 'Features! ' Cartoon & Long Comedy Tn.y walk away with loihlon Ji.nora 'You're rijn) fit Hep will, fqlSion... «mtertaUy.,.m Jixqiwlin* Jri.l Wilh *• """W 1-eohr «ff«tt Itiot'i newi In on «o»y cuMtm-plmferm w*dg* you ten w«or any hovrl S,t our wKol. colr»ctiom iv«d«, coH, MID-HI WEDGES a< Mtn in C/am«ur ONE STOP SHOE SERVICE - Cte«nli>| W Main Dill 3S4H (AMLf OOTTRIBH KBW» »*«. ». B. BUl, *. A HKi«l ioUowtd tt» •«"!<«. Aa»n« UM 1» member. prcunt «M i new m«mber, Mn. Rjeh«rd P«t«»n. «„,. oubert Wll«r wx Eleven n»mber» of the CHrl's Aux- larjr at Pint Baptist Church were pr*««nt at th« meeting held Monday afternoon at th« church. Mr«. O. D. Pric«- and Mrs. Marshall Woodyard are QA leaden. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Price followed by the devotional and prayer by Donna Lynch. The program on Stewardship was presented In the form of a TV quli program with Patricia Woodyard acting as moderator. The topic discussed the Cooperative Program In the Southern Baptist Convention. Those on the panel were Glenda Wheeler, Lois Jean Leftwlch, Sue Alexander, Dtanne Perry, and Shirley Chlsm. Donna Lynch and Patricia Woodyard entertained with a duet, "The Old Rugged Cross." Persona It Mrs. J. J. Perry and daughters Jeanette 'and Dlanne. and son, Gerald, were in Memphis Saturday. .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Braslield and son. Ronnie, of Memphis were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bussey, Sunday. They were accompanied . to Wilson by Mrs. Bertha Charleston and Jennifer Bussey, who visited In their home Ihree days, other guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bussey Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bussey, also of Memphis. Miss Doris Smith spent the week end with her family [n Paris, Ark Miss Smith is a member or the school (acuity. Miss Wanda Hen rteson, another member of the faculty, spent the week end with her family In Hebcr Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Miller Hughes and children have returned to their home in St. Louis after a visit with her mother, Mrs. G?c--ge Wilson, and sister. Mis. diaries Ray Harwell, and Mr. Harwell. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles attended the funeral services tor E W. Metcalfe conducted st Dell Baptist Church Friday alternoon ,Rev. and Mrs. Sam Watson are visiting their son, the Rev. William Watson, and family In Little Rock NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Communily Center" MANILA, ARK./ Matinees Sat. & Sun. . . .'. Phone 58 LAST TIMES TONITE "MONTANA TERRITORY" Lon McCallisler Wanda Hendrii FRIDAY 'BEST OF THE BADMEN" Randolph Scott SATURDAY 'JUNCTION CITY," Charles Starred SAT. OWL SHOW "HOE DOWN' 6 Eddie Arnold RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIMES TOMTE "THE LION & THE HORSE" with Sieve Cochran »nd Wildfire, The Wonder Honw FRIDAY 'SNOW DOG' Kirby Grant »nd Chinook, the Wonder Dog SATURDAY ROAD AGENT' Tim Holt * Richard Martin SAT. OWL SHOW 'Abbott &Co$tel!o Join The Legion' ........ • thta wwk. Floyd Crafc la rtcuperatlnj at the home or his sister, Mri. RUSMB F«rry, following »n operation at the Baptist Hospital In Memphii Mr. Crai« live* in Mumford, Tenn-. Mr. :and Mr». D. D. Cash and children, Ralph and . Evelyn, were t)» week *nd guests of her brother, William Jackson, and hia family in Bi*eo«. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. jack Trammel and daughter, Jackie, and Mr. and Mrs, D«vld Annabel and children attended the reunion of the J J Bullafd family In Kennsett, Ark' Sunday. Mr. Bullarrt Is their grandfather. , Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Gowen and children, Betty and Jeanle, of Bly- thevill* were the week end guest* of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Powell and Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Russell and family. Sunday, Mr. Powell, Mr Russell and Mr. Gowen went httrtfc* wTM. Mr. and Mrs, BiiJori Boyl« Jr »nd 'daughter, Eleanor Buianna and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Robinson and son. Jerry, si! o r Memphis rii- Ited Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boylea and »on, Tommy, Sunday. •Mr/and Mrs. Maury Upton and daughter, Vickie, spent th« week end »t Black River near Corning. Mrs. Glen Wheeler and daugh- t "[. G . lcnud ». »nd Mrs, Ruisell Nash v sited their sister, Mrs. Le. Mch>££ famlly ta WMt M "-^ Mrs. E. M. Douglas and son, Bob of Bassett, formerly of Wilson spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs. Larry Bishop, and her lamilv Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jennings and' children, Curl. Dick and Mary Carolyn, of Birmingham. Ala., visited In the homes of Mr. nnd Mrs. R A. Pratt and daughter and Mr and Mrs. W. L. Powell and other • , ~~ I •• mn«» uw former r«fd«at* «f WU- son* • Mr. and Mrs. Harry g u fkl n and children, Oeraldlne, Esther and Buddy, »pent the week end with relatives In Budora, Miss • Mrs. Annie Mae Driver of Oice- Mr . daughter, Glenda, Tuesday w^fT 8 »° !e '_' r ° m Wllson who were In Memphis Tuesday w« r » ""• R - A P«tt. Mrs. W. L. Povr. ell, Mrs. Dora Men ell, Mrs. I A Stmms, Jr., «nd Mrs. Dewey Stotu! David N. Miles D.V.M. Veterinarian Office Behind Muir's Tailor Shop No, Hiway 61 ' Phone 4121 Brylhevill. Office Hours: Monday . Wednesday - Friday, 1 p. m . lo . 5 p-m> Hudson Says: In A Suit That Has High Style! You can 'dress with the best . . . In Genuine Gabardine or Hard Finished Sharkskin . ; . at Hudson's Special Price Choose your favorite color from Brown, Blue, Tan, Gray and Green . . . in Single or Double Breast! Compare with Other Suits Selling at Twice the Price! HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR ! Blytheyille, Arkansos Steele, Missouri

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