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July 28, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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CUUK1KK Government Sues To Make Studios Release for TV But Major Companies Present Strong Front Against New Medium HOLLYWOOD (/P)—The U. S, government last week was suing to force studios to 'relense their pictures to television. But the major companies still presented a strong front against the new medium. Still holding firm was conservative MGM, which lias made no attempt to release its stars or pictures to TV. Solo exception: Red Bkelton. This week MGM boss Dorc Schary told the Hollywood Advertising Chib why the studio will now allow its contract players to appear on the home screens. "First of all, there nre lep-nl problems involved," the executive snid. "We do not know what the attitude of the talent guilds will be. "Secondly, we want control of a star's performance. We have built up the reputation, prestige and power ot our alar list because we have protected our stars. MGM Stnrs Lasl Ixin^er That's why MGAf has more sUirs, - and why its stars have Listed longer, "Tho lighting, cutting and camera angles on TV are not up to movie standards. We cannot afford to have EI star make n poor appearance on TV. "Also, we think stars would wenr out their welcome if they appeared too often on TV. We have proven in lh« movie business that stars like Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy cannot remain popular If they appear In five or six pictures every year. Anyway, there nre not thnt many good pictures for them In a year . . ." StRii of the Tfmrs Sign of the times: the production chart lists 39 feature pictures being made. But six arc shooting In London, and one nptece In the Fiji Islands, Paris, New York, Rome, Mexico, Kanab. Utah, and Fort Lee, Va. Thus a third of the filmo are on location, mostly out of the country. It is any wonder dim workcru are groaning? . . . John Houseman ,who is producing "Julius Caesar" here, says be isn't worried nuout reports that Orson Welles Is planning a film version In Rome. "Orson Is a great nn- nouncer of projects," Housemnn remarked. Stevenson Begins Campaign Without Vote of Former W/7e CHICAGO (#) — Tlie Democratic party has handed ILs presidential standard to Gov. Adlal Stevenson of Illinofe, but he begint his eain- p»lgn forewarned of one vote lie might not gel- — that of his former vita. Attractive Ellen Borden Stevenson, wealthy Chicago socialite and mother of their three sons, bald as the balloting began that she still Intends to vote Republican in November — not for any personal reason but as a matter of political conviction. But November IE three months away. And her mother, Mrs. Jolm Alden carpenter of Chicago and Beverly. Mass., gave a hint her daughter might change her mind. She said that she and her daue.li- ter believe Ihe Democrats have been in power long enough. "We are in a great quandary at this moment," she continued. Mrs. Stevenson's home on fashionable Astor Strret on Chicago's Gold Const Is but a block away from the Wllilam McCormack Blairs home. It was at the nlfilr house that the governor watched the balloting on television. Mrs. Stevenson pent him a note. Tt read: "Dear Adlai: Congratulations lo the Democratic party for choosing the finest available Democrat tor president. I know you will do your best for Ihe American people. All good wishes lo you personally." She signed It, "Ellen Bord;n Stevenson," A divorce generally Is considered a political strike against a canil- Idate. Although the governor Is not one to discuss his personal affairs, this may have been one reason tor his reluctance to be the Democratic nominee. Mrs. Stevenson, now 42 and a slim brunette, was regarded as one of Chicago's loveliest debutantes when she met Stevenson, then a rising young lawyer 10 years her senior. Their marriage In 192ft, shortly alter her presentation at the Court of St. James in London, was one of the season's most brilliant social events. Aflcr 21 years of married life, she obtained a Nevada divorce in 1040 — shortly after he took office as governor — on the grounds of mental cruelty. Stevenson did not contest the suit, but said then that lie opposed divorce in general. The three sons divide their vacation time between their parents, Two ol them — John Fell. 10, anrl Borden, 10 — looked rm as the wildly cheering convention hailod their dad as "the next president." The third son, Adlai HI. 2!. like Ills mother, watched the stirring events on television. Ho is now In the Marine Corps and training at Quantlco, Va. Mrs. Carpenter attended both the Republican anil DcmnrraLli: National Convonlion.s — tlir lattT on admission tickets sent by her form, cr son-ln-bw. She disclosed that nolitlcnl differences were at the b;i<c of -hnr datiKblor'fi separation anil divorce. .Stevrnson grew InU>rr l str-d in purjifr: affairs during Iht early davs of the lute President Franklin O. Roosevelt's New Deal admviistra- tiotiH. nut his v,-|fe did not share her husband's political internets and as the years passed flip became Increasingly unsyrmiallirtii: toward the New Deal and the Pair Deal of President Truman. Mrs. Stevenson and the governor are on friendly terms — and they have many mutual friends. Some sny her upbringing, wealth nnd artistic temperament did not equip her for Uic gregarious, handshaking and glassbowl life of a public official's wife, Events of tile last Jew days have not swayed her decision to vote Republican In the national election. "t truly believe there should be a change in administration," jlie said yesterday. "I stand on that." Intimates confided she believes j her former husband has done a' good Job as governor. The specu- ' lalion in thai, after ail. she may feel her husband can do a good Job as president and cast her vote for him. ; It's » safe prediction thai, if Stevenson wins, new faces would be seen in Washington. President Truman, In presenting Stevenson at the convention, noted Stevenson had no commitments back of the nomination he said he didn't want. I MUWJJAt, JU1_,Y 29, IBM Tlie heaviest ntom yet discovered, k'Ulifoniliim, is 244 times as heavy a the lightest ntom of hydrogen which is th" lightest, known. Favorite of Millions m rUi WORLD'S LARGEST SELlfR AT IOC FOR SALE Concrete culverts, Ig Inch to 48 Inch, plain or rccnfurreil. Also Concrete Kulldlnx Blocks cheaper Ihun lumber for barm, chicken iitmsvs, pump houses, tenant houses, tool sheds. We deliver. Call us for tree estimate. ' OSCEOLA TILE & CULVERT CO. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT N"O. 41 BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the State of Arkansas and by the Senate, a majority of All the Members Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at (tie • next, general election for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon In such election adopt such amendment, the same Ehall become a part of the Constl tutlon of the State of Arkansas, to wit: SECTION 1. That the Constitution of the State of Arkansas be amended modifying Section 19 of Article 7 and Section 3 of Amendment No. 24 of said Constitution, so as to provide for the election of » County Clerk tn all of Ihe said counties of the State, as follows: "Tlie provisions for the election. of R County Clerk upon n population basis are hereby abolished and there may be elected a County Clerk In like manner as a Circuit Clerk, and in such cases, the County Clerk may be es offlclo Clerk of the Probate Court of such county until otherwise provided by the General Assembly." This Amendment shall bs In full force and effect upon and after its Adoption. APPROVED. March 20, 1951. Secretary ot State O. O. HALL In 1231 th» Golden Horde of Genghis Khan swarmed across the Yalu River In one of the first Invasions of Korea, since then Korean history has been marked by a serie« of Invasions. HIS RECORD PROVES William H. "Bill" Wyatt as State Senator will ably represent YOU! Bill Wyatt's post record of performance in Blythevilk proves his reliability, ability, and sincere desire: *To Serve You Not seek a name for himself *To Listen to You Before speaking for you *To Secure Improvements For ALL the County *To Contribute To Your Welfare and to Clean Government *To Be Friends \ * YOUR VOTE ON THE 29th of JULY (Tomorrow) WILL DECIDE THE FOLLOWING: 1. Q. Shall the Office of COUNTY JUDGE be moved to Wilson, Arkansas? A. ???????? 2. Q. Can the people of this county expect their fair share of the ROAD & BRIDGE FUNDS if the political BOSS must be satisfied first? A. ???????? YOUR VOTE for ... GENE BRADLEY for County Judge will assure thar the office will not move to Wilson, Arkansas. ROAD &°BR E i SG ''' GENE BRADLEY for County Judse wi " assure y° ur fair shnre of thcs8 Vote for - - -GENE BRADLEY Be Political Advertising Paid for liy Gene Krarllcy My goal, at your state senator, I* t» tinue to work with you tor an ev«r State and County. ' Give me your State Senator's Job and I wit *erve you to the best of my ability. (Signed) '}////'/ / / "/? M" It 1 VUittiam J4. /Jiff VUijall THE RECORD ALSO PROVES $ TIME FOR A CHANGE And The Voters Are Saying: William H. "Bill" IS THE BEST MAN FOR STATE SENATOR THINK FOR YOURSELF, THEN SUPPORT, WORK, AND VOTE TO ELECT BILL WYATT YOUR STATE SENATOR TOMORROW Political Advertisement Paid for By Blylhcville Friends of Rill Wyatl, Win Campbell, Ikcrttury

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