The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 31, 1952
Page 11
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<ARK.) OOURIKK xrwt OCTOfitt M, State Democrats Call for Voters To Support Party Top Political Leaden , On Radio Forum; Seek . Stevenson Backing : . V' ' ' •' UTTLE ROCK ifi — A Demo- or«4»-for-Democrnts radio forum h«r* last night called for Arknn- •MI voters to support the parly ticket Jo the general election Tues«•»-. ...•'• Tlie a4ate'i lop D&mocrnttc po- ItUctl lenders urged listeners over • Mate-wide, 22-aUllon radio hook- ip to vote for Actlftt Stevenson for president imd discussed the need for-* Democratic Congress it Ar* fctnus is to maintain 1U position fa Washington. . Parttcipmtirin Sri the progrnm were Sen. John L. McCli-llnii Mate Democratic Chairman Lelfe! O«try, and Congressmen J. W Trimbl*; Oren Herrls, W. r. Nori*U, Brooks Hays, Wilbur Mills and E. c. (Took) Gainings. Bending messages by tolt'gram to the program, sponsored by the Stevenson - Sparkman Campaign Committee, were Gubernatorial Nominee Francis Cherry, 111 at his - home In Jonesboro; Sen. J. \V. ruibrieht; Hep. Boyd Tacked snd Li. Govx Nathan Gordon. -Cherry'* telegram, read by Oentrjr, sala "I believe him (Ste- 1 vensoh)' to be the ablest and •iMOMl candidate for whom 1 have had the privilege to vote In mr lifetime." Wie itudtd audtence, some 100 •trong, booed when McClellan (.nltl a*id that " Sen. Joseph McCarthy, Wisconsin Republican, would replace him M chairman ot Lh,e .Senate Committee on Governmental operations should the Republicans win control of Congress. - The other congressmen quickly pointed out (hat a Democratic administration would be more beneficial to Arkansas and the South. Fulbrtght messaged thnt, "This campaign will determine whether the nation shall go forward un^u 1 the responsible leadership of Adlnl Stevenson or- go back to the reactionary policies of those now dominating Ihe Republican Party." Oov. McMalh was unablo to at' tend. He spoke last night In bchnll of'tltt.national ticket at a Demo- cratto rally.'in Pittsburgh, Knns Arkansas News Briefs— PSC Gets Formal Complaint On Passenger Train Ruling By Tiu VuoeUltd PTM 1JTTLB ROCK — A petition asking that an order curtailing tervlce o( the Cotton Belt Railroad In Arkansas be stayed may b» considered by (he Arkansas Public Service Commission today. Commtrstoner Howard Gladden said last night ttal the PSC "probably will decide what action will be taken, if any" today on a pett- ilon received yesterday from the Texarkan* Chamber of Commerce. Two passenger trains operated by the Cotton Belt are to oe discontinued tomorrow on an order handed down by the PSC on Oct. 14. Camera Shyness Eds Conference rgypt Protests Nest Germany Baying Israel CAino. Egypt W)—Premier MaJ. 3en. Mohammed N n g u i b an- loimccd Inst night that Egypt hns landed the West German govern- nont n note formally protesting a recent agreement to pay Israel re- mvatlons for Nfl'zl persecutions of Jews. Nisgulb handed the note to (he lew German ambassador, Q\icn- hcr Pawelkc , shortly after the ;eveii-nal(on Aral) League's Polltl- rnl.Committee held an emergency neothif here to work out Joint action ngiUnsl the payments to Israel. The Arabs contend the money should go to the 900,000 Arab rcfii- Insurqnce Firm Sued for Gl's Death in Combat LO8 ANQELES l«—A Slitt to re cover »5,000 Insurance for the death in Korea of his son, Stanley has been filed by.Jftck Wolssman a businessman, against :tlie Met ropplUan Life Isnurnnce Compnny ; The policy specifics that no pay.'merit' Is to be made If the in mired Is killed in the military ser vice .of'any .country at war, bu Welssman-contends (he Unltei States Is not at war with thfe' North . Koreans and that Congress alone can proclaim a stale of war. Abbott, Costello Drop Contract Suit ; HOLLYWOOD ttt—The five mil lion dollar contract suit that come dians Bud Abbott and Lou Costell STRIKE BUGHT HITS SOFT-COAL COUNTRY—Shown above is the area most heavily hit by the refusal of John U Lewis 1 United Mine Workers to return to their jobs in soft-coal mines, unless the Wage Stabilization Board grants the full S1.90-n-day pay raise recently negotiated by their union. Nearly 350,000 miners are on strike across itic nation, with only small Independent mines still In operation. ;ces of the Pnlcsllnc Wnr. Under the reparations agree ment, "the West German^ plan to IcHvcr ?75 million dollar.i worth of goods to Israel as restitution for Jewish suffering under the Hitler regime. Day and Knight Are Neighbors , NEW HAMPTON, In, (IP) — Day and Knight are lust across the street from .each other here, : Eob Day, secretary of' the New Hampton Chamber of Commerce lives on the west side ot the .itreet. Directly opposite on the cast sldo Is Harry Knight, tin auto dealer. Ex-Convict Sought for Kidnap Spree Frees Buddies from Prison Crew Paragould Man Killed by Train PARAGOUIJD — Elmer T. Cruce, 54-year-old Paragould Insurance salesman, was killed near here yesterday when he fell beneath a Missouri Pacific freight train. Coroner Ralph Mitchell said Cruce attempted to board as it moved slowly onto a siding a mile, north of Parajould. October Tax Collections increase LITTLE ROCK — State tax collections for October totaled *7,5S1,- 059,50, Revenue Commissioner Carl F. Parker said yesterday, 'Hie sum is nearly a million dollars above last October's collections. learn th« I hH I TOKYO W) — Prime MinfcWr Bhigeru Yoshlda called off » newt R« ad ' today. M thte way; : teat photograph*™ i party and he Uim. irkr Ntws ClauUiatf A.4» CORRECTION Penguins vary In height from 16 Inches up to 4 feet. filed aKiiinsl • Universal Pictures last November Jias been dropped. "The suit was filed In New York on the basis or nn Incomplete audit," they snid In a statement. "Subsequently, on completion of the audit, we found the facts contrary (o all our contentions." They have a non-exchislve contract with the studio Unit expires fn 1055. BARTOW, Fla. (» — James Francis Hill, widely sought kld- mjicr and one-time inmate of a losnttnl for the insane, freed four oonvlcls from a state prison roud ang In a daring raid yesterday. The brash escapade of HID skinny ox-cpnvlct, who has hcen described by 'his kldnui) victims as i "three-gun manJnc," touched off .he greatest manhunt In this area in' recent years. Severn! hours after the break one of the fugitives, Richard Bclimldt, 28, was caught In the dragnet, but Hill ant! the three others still were at large. Sheriff Hngan Parrlsli said "the 31-year-old Hill, who combs his short hair straight down over his forehead, has been definitely idea- Llfled as the man who engineered the break. . . He said Hill, a Florida ex-convict and former Inmate' of the Mossachusetls State Hospital for Insane, staged the mid to release an old nrlson pal, James Douglas. 30, and another friend, Hubert Oann, 23. Fleilln Car Douglas, serving 69 years for armed robbery and second degree murder, and Oann, doing three years for Brand larceny, climbed Into an escape car as Hill held guns on the two gang guards. Two other convicts, Schmidt and Robert Key, Joined lliem In the reak. Schmidt was serving It cars for burglary nntl ,Key five cars for aimed robbery. Hill, wanted for a three-day pree In Georgia and Tennessee ast week during which ho ktd npeU/tliid robbed n score of per oii.V-^-jieliHip Johnny Trlsh, a lartbw winler resident from But ala, N.V., ami forced him to ddv s car on the raid. After the break, Hill and tin our convict.s got- out of Trish' :av on a country road four mite, ioutheast of here and permltlei Trlsh to return to town unharmed Trlsh told officers Hill "wanlc< o kill me but Ihe others talkc. ilm out of it." The raid apparently was planned well In advance. As liicy drove away from Ihe road gang, Trish said Gann asked Hill: "Why In hell didn't you come yesterday?" Two accomplices of Hill In the Georgia and Tennessee kldmiplugs, 'harles Hopkins and Virgil Leinay, t'ci'e arrested tills week. YOW! tomcats Nobelt* BOXER SHORTS by +fr<~^ PURR-FECT FOR YOU—Itieso "whal-won't-rtiey-ttiink-of- nexl?" Tomcat Boxers by Coopers. Really different— captivaling, red-eyed Vilh'es on three different background colors: blue, yellow, grey, finely tailored of non-fade, liglil-welghl rayon crepe with extra-roomy seat and Nobell® waislband—super-comfortabk, non- binding, long lasting. See them pronlo4 ' $1.50 Nine Highway Project Bids Asked LITTLE ROCK — Outgoing Oov. McMath's Highway Commission yesterday advertised for bids on nine projects, and Highway Director Orval Faubus said they were selected on the basis of "need and feasibil- "*'•" Faubus said that he and Chief Engineer A. E. Johnson chose the projects, which will constitute the final contract letting by the McMath administration. The following item* were jncorrectj in yesterday's ad. They should h« Ladies All Wo| WINTER 0 1 priced been: Jap's Mt. Fuji May Erupt Soon TOKYO (/I 1 )—Japan's cone-shaped ilt. Fuji volcano, dormant for fll- nost eight and a holt centuries, >robably will erupt In four or five 'cnrs, says a Japanese geologist. Professor Teruhlko Samc]lnm of Shixuokft University based his forecast .on a stiuiy of more llinn SO najor eruptions In Japanese Islands over the pnst 1,300 years. A spokesman o[ the government's Jentml -Meteorological Observatory called Snmojlmn's theory "Intercst- ng" without giving It full support. Fuji, south of Tokyo, Is regarded by many Japanese ns sacred. Thousands of pilgrims climb It every year. < Rock Throwing Brings Rnes AUnOUA, Colo. [/n-It doesn't pay to throw rocks at firemen. A woinnn In this Denver suburb fine! her two grown daughters were fined a total of $450 for hurling rocks nud cp.thcU nt firemen called to u weed fire In a vacant lot next to their house, Fire Chief George Moorchcad said he ordered his men to let the fire burn llsclf out to get rtil of the weeds, nntl Ihnt the women's house was in no danger. A gtniffe cnn rench the ground only by placing Its legs in ati awk- \vnrd position. Now ... seersucker Nylon thai needs no ironing MYLSEER No wonder it's o x ^- winner. H weocs and i f ...washes in Q iiffy-.-dries twice o» f«t- And what's more, ne«d» no ironing. Preciswn oilorwJ of 100% duPont nylon, it's guarantees oolorfast and fadeproof. Give "room a br«* and 9** yours today. 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