The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 24, 1952
Page 10
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PAGE TEN (AUK.) COIJTUKR McMath Rolls Up Sleeves in His Battle For Tradition- Breaking Third Term (This Is another of n .scrips of Fketches on Arkansas' five Democratic gubernatorial candidates.* McMath, hardened in the curcible of t\vo stiff Kiibenm'oiial campaigns, has rolled lip Ills sleeves in Ills tight for a tradition-breaking third term. And it's McMath against the field, in the July 29 Democratic preferential primary. The other four Democratic candidates—Hep. Boyd Tnckelt, Ally. Gen. Ike Mtir- ry. Chancellor Francis Cherry anil former Ally. Gen. Jail: Unit — rarely have anything to .say about eacii other bin nojje of IJiejn .spares the invective when it come.s to iXtfMalh and flip fulminislrafIon. j J'ri'sident Truman eiulorsc-cl " 1;Mi " h lm « lhi "l '"m on a re- for three terms. The 40-year-old chiel exec i of Arkansas has never lost a since starting the string in ] with i\ rout of the political ori /.ation h e a (t e d by fotnier k springs Mayor Leo I'. MeLii |)i!l. From Garland Counts' Pro tor. McMath went on to d ; Holt in n rnnnff for ibe Di-mu- crane Kiihci natal i;tl nomination. ( iviiiBHic hi 19-18, then his .second ; term in 10SO hy defeating ioi nu-r Gov. Bun "Ijancy. i'^Khls—political and otherwise— e notliinfj ni;u' to the tall, wiivy- haired McMnll MeMath e a r (jjcoucd Hot - family lived, to the. main eve : And be reeo kid, extra money s, u'here his 4htin^' pri-lims lioxillf! filK)W:s. etl a field ptomo- Hot au^h- i lion to Marine lieutenant colonel j iitul v;a.s decorated foi' hi, 1 -; activi- 'lies at H<jU|;ainville in the .South I Pacific during World War 'IVo. McMutli snys he stands on Ills j record ol the past !hn j f and a hulf ye:irs m rrlvil" i ]i e •" - -; Lo return him to the i-,o\ei norship, ; lie liiy.s <.,:iljjj )u. ! t. Reduction of the- Male indebt- edness by 28 million dollars, 2. Construction of more roads schools ami JiospKals than in any corresponding period in the stale's history. 3. Completion or near comple- i lion of '2.200 miles of new hard- i surfaced roads al a cosl of about U* million uolhirs. ! 4. fncreasmg of annual highway revenues' from 2Q.5 million dollars to 35 million dollars making possible ccuillnu.ii)oii of Ihe present . road building program without ad- !<litional horrowinn or new taxes. 5. Construction of the first phaso.s of the .state Medical Center Kt I l.iltle Jtock. (i. foils' ruction of 50 million uol- Inrs in sc'hools duiing the pasl! I tiirt.'e vear. 1 ! I i I A native of Magnolia. McMath j Is married to the former Anne . I'hillipM of Slate Springs, Miss. I They hnve three children, Sandy, i':'>; riiilli|>, 6; and James Bruce, i 'i. Sandy is hy the t;overn<n '.s forin- 1 er wife, who died in 1912. THURSDAY,. JULY 24, 1952 $15,OOOTaken By Robbers In Cabin Ruse OKLAHOMA CITY <tP\ — Two armed men robbed a Texas oil man and his wife yesterday al a tourist court, Jiere and escaped v:ith cash and jewelry valued at $15.870, police reported. The victims were Identified as Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Randolph White of Mt. Pleasant, Tex. Police said the Whites timit;.))- er\ names of two suspects with whom they had oil doalincs here. Officers ore hunting (he men for qupstioninft. White reported the pair knocked at the door of his cabin about 2 n m. saying they were police and wanted to question the couple. White said (he robbers grabbed him and his wife and pushed pillow cases over their heads. White said he was hit in. the head, face and stomach with a pistol butt. Mrs. White was struck In the face. The oil man said the bandits lied them up with a belt and scarf and ransacked the cabin. They took seven $1.000 bills. 24 hills of {100, three $20 Mils and one $10. They also got n four carat diamond ring valued at $5,600 and a two carat diamond worth $800, 20-Year-Old Mill Worker May Walk Again Thanks to Help Some Sov/et Inventions Con Even Be Used HONG KONG W'l - Industrial trial and errors in Red China, as reported by Peipinj's official peoples Daily: "Workers in the Hfirbin branch of the Northeast (Manchurian) Kngineeiinff Co. have improved and Invented 215 kinds of tools, of which 54 are satisfactory." Rev. Cazort contacted Dr. Wind- supply the preparation for the hospitals during the two years and i Arkansas youth if a Malvern phy- rioctors said recently that he was sician would administer it. losing ground and the injury might prove fatal within Ihe year. Potter's parents were "losing all A doctor is treating Potter without charge. The Malvern Daily Record, started a campaign for :noncy to finance the young man's to- j hope." The Rei". \v, S, Cazorl, of Malvern! hospital expenses 'and' raised read of a new drug which had cured! tal of SUIM. a young Georgia boy suffering from' Young Polter started his treat a similar Injury. He wrote to the j ment at the Hot Spring County boys mother, Mrs. c, L. Van Di- Memorial Hospital last Wednesday Now! Stewardess Rang Model C21J (A» shown excluding clock) Ciinio in for ,1 !hi illinir demonsdntton of (his liudcrt- pviced, rull-si/sri General Klcclric K»n>;c! You fan have all the joys of "Speed Cooking"— easy, fas!, licMc-r meals, and sliinins; rlr»nliiu <i <s' HI-SPKEI) CAI.KOl) UMTS— vvilli five txjul foukiiijf speeds! JUG MASTKH OVION — hakfs. hroils. roasts — with elcrlrical arciirary! HH; TIIHIM C()OKK1< — fi-,,1. ,leep-«ell conktr for easy, economical meals! OVERS YOUR G-E RANGE TODAY Payment in 30 Days! RANGE V LEADER RANGE Goodyear heavy-duty 6-ply Marathon 600x16 18.95 650x16 24.45 700x15 30.35 (Plus Fed. 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