The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 8, 1950 · Page 9
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_WEDNESDAY,. NOVEMBER g, 1950 National Election BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)'COURIER NEWS — ' —— • —-^~^— Worr«it Win*— Tom Hennings Piles Up Decisive Lead Over Forrest Donnell in Missouri ST. LOUIS, Nov. 8. (Al>) Thomas C. Heitniiigs, Jr., St. Louis Democrat who won liisl minute • Presidential support, . Pw&i, up a decisive lead today ; in his fight to oust. Republican Sen. Forrest C. Donnell. With only'352 of the state's '1,676 precincts outstanding, Homings had a lead of more f-liau 3,000 votes. The count Ihcn stood Hennings 637,896, Dnnnell 5<I4,OY8. That Included all of St. Louis and all but seven precincts of 'Jackson County. Doth went heavily for Hennlngs It also covered all but '«n precincts In Republican st, Louis County where nonncll failed •o set the blsr lead he counted on. Ootmell's two biggest newspaper siippoiters. (ho St. Louis .Globe- Democrat and the Kansas City slur, concerted he had been defeated. The senator himself \vent to bed 'arly without issuing a statement. Charles M. HiittiK. Democratic' state chairman, claimed a .smnsfi- '"8 statewide victory but put it In general terms, without referring to th« senatorial race. Henntngs followers held n roaring victory celebration in a St. Louis hotel before retiring early this morning. Defeat of Donnell was what President Truman wanted. The homestate Republican lias been like > burr under, the administration «aildle in (he Senate. But the President's first choice to oust Donnell was defeated by Hjfeungs In the primary. Not until Ix^Saturday night, when he made his only campaign speech, did the President publicly endorse the Democratic nominee. Hennings, 47. served six yenrs In the national house of representatives during the Roosevelt administration. He also has been circuit attorney In at. Louis, where he built > reputation as a vigorous prosecutor. He is a Navy veteran. He's & big man—6 feet 1 Inch tall 180 pounds, still built like a college •Ihlcte. He campaigned in support of the • dnrimstration's Korean policies »nd criticized Donnell as an Isolationist for -voting against the At The Victor — The Lostr — I Thomas C. I'cnnlngii Arkansas Election Sidelights AMERICAN DREAM — Little Chuck Bentley, 8, of Denver, Colo., got The Big One when fraternity men at the University ot Denver treated 1000 orphans to * football game and refreshments. The school's interfrater- nity council supplied 2000 hot dogs, most of them smaller than Chuck's, 3000 bottles of pop and impressive amounts of candied apples, popcorn and candy for the children. CABIN STILL Everyone Knows Sou Mash Bourbon Mada Kentncky Bonrbon Famous i.^^src;* / ps °" All KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY LOOISVILtl. KENTUCKY PRESCRIPTIONS Kresh Slock Guaranteed I5es( Prices Kirby Druq Stores y the \\ssociated I'ress Pulaski County voters apparently defeated the three-mill road tax at Tuesday's general election—the first time the levy lost- in the county since 1932. The three-mil! tax is voted on at each geneal election. Usually it's adopted as a matter of routine. There was no pre-election campaign against the tax. In Crawford County, nine, persons ran for county Judge after death of the Democratic nominee, who customarily would have been elected, With 22 of 32 precincts reported. Jcrva.s Lee. who ran as an independent, led the ticket with 1030 vote.5. R. E. Ragon, independent,' was second with 576. Republican Charles Campbell was third with 312. Little Rock voters approved an ordinatice to take control of the. municipal airport, Adams Held, from the City Council and give it to a five-member airport commission, Republican candidates lor the state legislature had slim and inconclusive leads in Newton and Scarcy counties—Arkansas' Republican stronghold. However, Governor McMath led his Republican opponent, Jefferson W. Speck in both counties. In Newton, Republican Charles R. .Spradley led Democratic incumbent Rep. L. E. Fowler, seeking reelection. And in Searcy, Republican Law-son Branscum was ahead of lantic Pact. Dnnnell has a record of winning close elections. He was elected governor In 1940 by 3.613 votes. Democrat Floyd Lawrence. A sweet-voiced old lady phoned the Arkansas Gazette to ask about the vote on the prohibition act. Told the act apparently was being defeated, the sweet, old lady commented: 'Oh, goody." J. G. Waskom, for 12 years mayor of Marked Tree, apparently was de- Icatcd for re-election. The 64-year- old Waskom was trailing Jess Wike, a 35-year-old Navy veteran. Former Governor Ben Laney wasn't a candidate, but he received two write-in votes in Pulaskl County— one for governor and one for lieutenant governor. Laney was defeated for the Democratic gubernatorial ^nomination in July. Towel-Takers Costly NEW YORK-MV-Taking towels from hotels may be a joke to the taker but not to Hie hostelry owner No matter %vhat you pay J 0 r (he room, if yon lake a towel, Die-hotel loses mpncr on the transaction report, owners. Most hotels pay $2 50 per towel. The Hotel Eriison here recently took an informal survey to discover If towel-taking was predominant •among residents of any one section of the U.S. Owner Irwin Kramer reports that it can't be traced to any one part, but that "people from all over do it, mostly for a Rag. These same pec e wouldn't ever dream of sticking their hand in my pocket when I wasn't looking and taking out $2.50," he moans. With the Courts Circuit: (Civil) Fred S. Saliba, et Vl, 'vi.' A. o. Impellitteri Elected Mayor Of New York NEW YORK. Nov. ». (AP)-Vincent R, Impellitt^rl, an angry, insurgent Democrat, beat Tammany Hall single-handed yesterday and won election as mayor of New York City. Riding a wave o[ popular sympathy after he was denied his party's nomination, he defeated Judge Ferdinand Pecora, the Democratic- Liberal nominee, willi 1,156,587 votes to 937.0CO. The Republican and American Labor Party candidates were caueht between the two major rivals «n swamped. Republican Edward Corsi die 382,795 votes, while Paul Ross, th left-wing American Labor cand date, got only 149,182. PAGE HTNB Karl Warren Richard Nhnn Hickenlooper Gets 2nd Term Republican Sweep Carries Iowa Solon Back ro U.S. Senate DKS MOINES. Nov. g. (/Tj—A Re publican sweep in yesterday's gen era! election carried U.S. Senate Bourke B. Hickenlooper. bitter anil administration foe. Into a secoiu term. The G.O.P. trend appeared to b consistent on down (he line ihrougl Congress, governor and other state offices. This was the picture whci well over half of Iowa's 2 477 pre cinch had been tabulated. At that point Albert, J. Loveland Hickenlooper's Democratic oppon >nt, both telephoned congratula lions to the senator and sent hlrr a telegram which said: "My heartiest congratulations or vour victory. You are my senato for the next six years, and I wish you every success In the dlffieul decisions that will have to b< made." Loveland quoted Hickenlooper a replying to the telephoned congrat ulatlons: "Thank you. I'd like to visit with you some time." Loveland. former U.S. undersecretary of agriculture, had given the Truman administration staunch support. He concentrated his dlrec fire on Hickenlooper's alleged laxity ' attending Senate Agriculturi lommittce meeting^. Hamlet in Malaya SINGAPORE Wj-Ehakespeart'i Hamlet," in sarong, baju and lur- Jan and speaking Malay—the national Malay dress and lancuage— will be staged in, Singapore next p'enr. Shakespeare's characters will as- ume Malay names, dress and lan- uage of the 16th Century. The accompanying r'usic will be by the famed Indonesian Gamelan Orchestra. Hudson, n «1, suit to collect 11,185 Me. damaBCS lnrllcle d on nutomo- Another Reason Why 1 America'Prefers Budweiser IM3CH ln 12-Oz. , con* or>d quarts... Available everywhere . . . Serve isar and compliment your Budweiscr Is one of America's very Jew trut lager beers. The word 'lager' means no hurry-up, no short-cuts. It means fermenting twice, not .once. It means much, much longer-than- avcra^c ageing. It means natural carbona- tirm ... a distinctive taste and fine bouquet unmatched for generations. WUIONS HAVt MADE THIS HST . . . Drink Budwcls*r for fire day.. On (he sisth Jay, drink another brand of beer. You'll want the distinctly, un. of Budweistr thereafter. Budweisexi LAGER BEER "" There's aor/nng like it... absolutely 'nothing ANHEUSER-BUSCH, INC. . . . ST. LOUIS Earl Warren Elected California Governor w SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8. (/!'; 'arren as the slate's first third young Republican Rc]>. Richard M. t>publicail_^ governor at'"mldnl 8 iu| NlXOPI Helen Douglas , President Truman's foreign pol- James Roosevelt, eldest son.of the le FDR, conceded election to the '3 a.m., EST). There was no word from new deal Congresswoman Helen oahnjjan Douglas as returns showed her trailing almost hopelessly behind the 37 yenr old Nixon, an insistent critic of '' icy. Hoosei-elt, who promised his dopted state a new deal, conceded when conclusive returns showed he had no chance to get the huge Los Angeles county vote. His home county registration, ilong with the rest of the state. v»s heavily democratic. But Cali- fornlans ignored party labels as they have in state elections during 'he past 16 years, with two excep- -California voters swept In big Karl lerm governor and apparently sent Nixoji to the U. s. Senate. tions. Here is how the vole slacked up it midnight with returns from 8488 if the 18.40B precincts: Warren 739,298, Roosevelt 394,- Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday at the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe county clerk: - . • Olen Morris and Miss Poster, both of Manila. : Burl William Crook of Benlon and Mrs. Omedia Creed of Ham' lion, Ala. Beulah SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 8. (AP) -Rep. Klclinrtl M. Nixon, a hard- hitting Republican critic of American foreign policy, was elected to the U.S. Senate on the basis of returns from 10.207 of California' 18.408 prccincls. The vote: Nixon, 777,076, Rep. Helen Gah- ngan Douglas (D), 537,998. MacKrell 'Home' Draws Tax Lien LITTLE ROCK, Nov. '8, M>)-A federal income tax Hen for $19.7-11.23 has been filed against Arkansas Academy, which James Mnc- Krcll formerly operated as a home for children at nearby Mabelvale. Acting collector of Internal revenue W. D. Self snid the sum sought represents assessment'! of tax, penalty and Interest for failure of the institution's officers lo file withholding of Income tax, returns for several years up lo Aug. 31. 1950 MacKrell, the "Uncle Mac" ot .Arkansas radio and politics, now la reported living in Louisiana. The academy was closed In August • . The National Geographic Society says Japan is probably - the world's worst earthquake risk, Jamei H, Duff t - jamei H, Duff Dirksen Unseats Liicas; Duff Elected to Senate CHICAGO, Nov. 8, </!')—Scott W. Lucas, i he Dcmocrnlic majority leader, has lost his Senate seat to Republican Fvcrctt M. Dlrksen. Returns piling U) , [ 0( |ay showed Dirksen hnri scored a decisive win. His margin vviis more than 160,000. The new senator-elect had a huge vote anvamagc In the unusually Republican downstate area but the big surprise was (he close race he ran against Lucas in the trnditlonnl dcmoiriulc citadel ot Cook County (Chicago). Lucus. symbol of the Trumnn administration, was unseated after 1C years In Congress. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 8. ,(/l>j— James H. Duff won election to '™ P- S. Senate today, gaining added stature as i republican Presidential possibility In 1952. "Bi B Red," who has been Pennsylvania's governor for the last four years, trouncca the Senate's number two Democrat, Francis J Myers, by 125.000 votes In near record balloting that -swept Duff's "ami-picked mate for governor. John s. Pine, into .office. Backslapplns, handshaking Duff supporters cheered the governor u he walked Into GOP headquarters at HarrlsburB shortly before 3 a.m. "How are you, Mr. President?" some shouted. "Not yet," cautioned the 67-year- old Duff. He would say no more. LOOK AND LISTEN . . * TO THIS! Don't pay mor« few Fir* and AutofnobiU Insurance wn«n yb« can get protection at corf wH««i you WIIUT* with your own COTTON FARMERS MUTUAL . INSURANCE ASS'K. 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