The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1952 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, KOV. 18, IWt BLTOTEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS State GOPs Tell Disgruntled Demos: Join Our Party Now Arkansas' 1952 Field Crops Five Per Cent Less than 1951 LITTLE ROCK I* — Arkansas Republican* yesterday took an official look at the throng of dissatisfied Democrats who switched to Elsenhower Ln the general-election, »nd promptly urged them to make their political home in the GOP. The Executive Committee of the siate Republican Party, meeting in closed session, officially recog- nlzad the role played by disgruntled Democrats and independents strong showing In Arkansas by: Giving up plans for a Republl- 7 can Tlctory "dedication" dinner *- because the vote for Elsenhower- highest ever polled by the GOP in Arkansas—"was not primarily a party affair." Appointing a Little Rock bus! committee lo arrange Arkansas' part In Eisenhower's Inauguration. Roach headed the Democrats for , FFA Initial** ••• ' ( Fourteen "Green Hands" were Initiated at the annual program ol the Wilson Chapter Future Farmers of America held Monday night. The new FPA members make a total membership of 39 for the chapter. The following boys were initiated: Chester Easton, Robert Wright R H. Allred. Ellis Floyd., Thomas Proffitt, Dan Harnden,' Nelson 'Hopkins Danny Bowen, Billy Shelton, Billy Tranurn, Benny Bledsoe, Billy Smith, Robert Smith, and John Young. Refreshments that followed the Initiation were provided by the chapter. EJstner D. BeaU is the ad- u visor. •. ' . ' Eisenhower, who waged ».vigorous campaign for the general. A resolution expressing "profound thanks (for) the invaluable contributions made to the recent mpaign by the Democrats for Eisenhower and Citizens for Elsen- hower" was adopted by the Committee, said State GOP Secretary P. B. Boyer. '. Boyer said Ihe idea of lh« victory dinner was rejected because It would seem to hive the party taking undue credit for the Eisenhower vote, Boyer said the Rep ubllcans would hold their customary Lincoln Day dinner next February. • . Beslded Roach, these Republicans were appointed to the Inauguration Committee: D. Fred Taylor Jr., of Osceola, Mrs. John W. Edwards of Batcsville, Lee Kidd of Clinton, W. L. Jameson Jr., of Magnolia, and Mrs. Fred McGlllicuddy of Malvern. Boyer said n special train from Arkansas to Washington is planned for the inauguration if the state can obtain an allotment of as many as 125 tickets for the ceremonies The secretary also said that the Committee did not discuss the post- election resignation of GOP Gub ernatorlal Nominee Jeff Speck from (he Republican State Com mlltee. Speck null because, he said, the stale party did not sup port his campaign against Democrat Francis Cherry. Speck ran far behind Eisenhower in the voting. Jet Ace Asks or Return to Combat Duty SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, III., V-Air Force MaJ. James Jabara, America's first jet ace. has applied or a return-to combat duty in Korea. The 29-year-old Jabahra, who became an ace In 1951 with six memy planes to nil credit, said in its application filed yesterday: "I want to go back to Korea to finish the tour that wu Interrupted n May, 1951." Brig. Gen. Augustus M, Minion, Shief of Staff of the Air Training Command, sail Jabara's reassignment would depend upon securing qualified replacement. Jabara, a nntlve of Wichita, Kas has been stationed here as an Instructor in the graduate pilot training division since his return to the U. S. He is married and the fathe of three children. Fellowship Metis The Methodist Mens' Fellowship met Thursday night at the church with Garland Shull, Gilbert Wiley and S. A. Wooten as co-hosts. I. A. Simms, Jr., was In charge of the program that included films on fly fishing, duck shooting and South Americau Indians. Airman Personals ' Second Ciass .Harold Traylor, son of Mr. and Mrs'. H. G. Traylor, arrived home~la£t Wednesday from Lake Charles Air Force Base for" a visit with his parents. Following his leave, he will report . to Mobile, Ala., for, reassignment to ' Puerto Rico. , Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobs and Miss Dorothy Dean, of Forrest city were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hartrich at the Wilson vs. DE- ceobi football game in Osceola Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams of Blytheville were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Thompson at the game. Miss Lewell McAfee, who attends Henderson State College at Arfca- delphia, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McAfee, and their family. ; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Johnston ,of Mnrked Tree and their son, Airman Second' Class Wendell Johnston, who IB stationed at Dayton, Ohio, were the dinner, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McDaniel and their •family Saturday evening. Two Wilson youths are receiving basic training at Great Lakes Naval Training Center. They are Wayne -Alexander, son' of Mr. 'and Mrs. Melvin Alexander, and Dee Jones, eon of Mr. and Mrs. O..V. Jones. Mrs. H; P. Cash, Jr., and daughter. Ozelle, were Memphis shoppers Saturday. Miss Carolyn Lvnch, a student at Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss., spent the week end with her family. .. .'. ^•^^••^M^^^^^B^B NEW Air Conditioned ' By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Phone 58 •* T,AST TIMES TONITE "Has Anybody Seen My Gal" Piper Laurie, Rock Hudson & Steve McNally FRIDAY "Wyoming Mail" All Star Western SATURDAY "BELLS OF SAN ANGELO' Roy Roger* SAT. OWL SHOW "NAUGHTY NINETIES" Bud Abbott A' Lou Costello . Baptists Decide To Study New Revised Bible LITTLE ROCK W)—A motion to condemn the Revised Standard Edition of the Holy Bible was shunted aside yesterday by the Arkansas Missionary Baptist Association which decided instead to study the new version. •Conwny Attorney John I. Purtli made the motion to reject the ncv. edition, designed to clarify soni< points by the use of current lang liaee. Piirtlc contended that "som< very pertinent doctrines wes de stroycd" in the ne\v version am .that its text "destroyed the diets of Christ." But the delegates to the closing session of the Association's annua 2-day convention refused to vote 01 the motion, arid chose this commit tee of ministers fo investigate thi revamped edition of^ihc King Jame. translation: Dr. J. E. Cobb of Con way, the Rev. G. E. Jones of Jones boro. the Rev. E. B. Jones ol Mng nolia, the Rev. T Sharon Jackson and the Rev. M. E. Chllders of Lit tie Rock. Read Courier News Classified Ads SEE PAGE 14 LITTLE ROCK I*—AgricuHur»l tatlstlcian Miles McPeek says pre- mlnary figure* Indicate the sl»t«'B 1952 field crops will be less than five per cenl under 1051. He said last summer's crop-dam- kging drouth has also caused a decline in the yield per acre despite an Increase In acreage over 1961. The statistician said corn suffered the most with the corn yield per acre estimated at H bushels this year as compared with 23'/ 2 bushels In 1951. He said the total yield this year is estimated at 13, 972,000. The 1952 acreage is 898,000, slightly above 1951. The rice yield per acre for 1952 has bees placed at 2,000 pounds as against Ihe 2,025 of 1951. McPeek said rice acreage for this year was increased to 461,000 acres. The 1951 total was 445,000 acres. The total rice yield is estimated at 9,340,000 100-pound bags. McPeek said the soybean yield for 1952 will be 16 buhsels—a drop from the 20'/ z bushels gained in: 1951. The soybean acreage was i Increased in 1952 from 870,000 acres i as compared lo 607.000 In 1951.' The total yield this year is estimated at 13,920,000 bushels. Other estimates of minor- crops include: sweet potatoes, 420,000 bushels; peanuts. 2,220,000 pounds; pecans, 2,700,000 pounds and apples 270.000 in commercial orchards. FAGB rmt BARGAIN SPECIALS For FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY BOYS JACKETS 7.95 Value Kiwonions Thank Minstrel Assistants Members of the Blytheville Ki- wnnls club paid tribute to outsiders who helped them with their annual benelit minstrel show two iveeks ago at the weekly meeting of the club In Hotel Noble yesterday noon. Those assisting the club with the presentation of the show were special guests at the meeting and were •iHroduccd lo the club by KIwanian Freeman Robinson and Club President Milton Webb. They are: Charles HeTKon, Hiram Snodgrass, Patsy Weaver. Eva Sue Chamberlain. Rhonda Eaton, Peggy Gilmer, Jenny Frailer, DeLois Parker, Elizabeth Coleman, Emily Damon, Ben Young, Jimmy Goforth, Danny Cobb. Eugene Still and Bob Llpscomb, high school band director. The club also heard a financial report from Club Secretary George MOX . Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1:00 Always a Double Feature THURS - FRI Double Feature JOHN FORD'S THIS IS KOREA Plus 2 Cartoons 'lark on the minstrel. According lo the report, a total of $778 has been realized to date. During yesterday's meeting, President • Webb announced that the club would attend In a body special church services at the First Methodist Church Thanksgiving Day. Grant Taylor .a visiting Klwaaian from Jonesboro. also was a guest at yesterday's meeting. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIMES TOrVlTE "BIG TREES" in Technicolor With Kirk Douglas & Patrice Wymore Two-tone irridescent Gabardine Jacket. Full quilted lining, moulton fur collar. Assorted two- tone colors. Sizes 8 to 16. PINWALE CORDUROY $! FRIDAY "Saddle Tramp 1 In' Technicolor Joel McCrea : , • '-:,, .. Wanda Hendrix SATURDAY "TARGET^ / f Tim Holt Richard Martin SAT. OWL SHOW "Blues Buster' Leo Gorcey & The Bowery Hoys WlNTHROP SHOES Step out «m*rtly... no matter what the weather... In th«»e fine, rich grains. A «peclal welt keept out mois- ture to giv« longer wear and greater comfort. Come in and try on a pair today. 1395 FAMILY SHOE STORE Reg. 1.29 36" Wide Purple, Brown, Green Blue Yd. . Ideal for Dresses, Jackets, Suits, etc. REDUCED! Ladies Fall Coats Rayon Gabardines 100% Wool Zip-Out Lining This draitie reduction it just in time to love you Christmas money on your Fall coat. others from $13 to $28 lOc Value ea. Your husbond will enjoy using thes«. Save Your Sales Slips with $25 inB,&W Sales Slips you can get this 16-pc. 4 Knives 4 Forks 4 Oval Tablespoons 4 Teaspoons Makes an Ideal Christmas Gift Men's Flannel Shirts Regular 2.29 Sport Style eon be worn in or out. Assorted Color Plaids. Warm Cotton Flannel. 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