The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1954 · Page 2
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April 14, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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tiiftf* BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS APIHL 14, IMtf Illinois Primaries Follow Form Chart CHICAGO (AP) — Joseph T. Meek, who calls himself a , Ma-hyphenated Republican," romped off with the senatorial momiaation early today in the nation's of 1954. Presidential Guard, Secret Service Man Diet ATHERTON, Calii. W) — Gapt. Thomas B. Poster, 7€, Secret Ser- 50-y«*r-old head of an or- of 60,060 Biinois mer- chanta, Ifeek hue said he would support most but not necessarily *M at President Eisenhower's pol- SCMC. But be says, too, he is nei- tb«r "a TaJt-It*pvMieaii nor an Ei- MitlMwer-Rcpublieaii.'' Yesterday's balloting produced BO surprises, no upsets, no real teals oia national issues, and prob- atdy fee lightest vote of any Illinois primary in »t least 10 years. All 36 Bteois Howse members were renommated, including four ittee «fa»irmen who overpow- dtgrees of competi- Novt**er's Senate race, it WMI W Meek, a man who never hair TO for public office, before, against Paul H. Douglas, a first- t*r» Democrat. Douglas had no opponent in the Democratic primary. Meek easily outdistanced Edward .a.. Hayes and left seven oth- •M ki a nine-man field strung out back 'in-Ac dust, Hayes is a for- XTMST national commander of the AajerisnH Legion. Robert B. Chiperfield, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Corh- mittee, finally beat back the challenge of Atty. Lawrence Stickell and took the Republican Congres- Mooai nomination in a district he ka< represented 16 years. Htroki H. Velde, chairman of the Tfn-Ameriean Affairs Committee, had an easier tame of it with Robert AHison. a state representative for 30 years. afeawmaa Leo AHen of the Rules Comnuttee pushed past tiiree opponents wife no trouble, and Chairman. Ctoauncey Reed of the Judiciary Committee took a pair of contestants into camp. A* four chairmen were expected to win. And their victories probably wjjft result in Republican claims tba-t they offer an endorsement of the administration prop-am and foe way H is being bandied in Congress. Low Vote White the senatorial and congres- An*wo I River Inspection Set CAH0THBRSVILLE, Mo. — The Mississippi River Commission will make its annual high-water inspection trip beginning May 4 and will stop in Caruthersville at 10 a.m. the following day. Camthersville will be one of the six points along the Mississippi from Cairo, HI., to the Gull of Mexico where public hearings will be held by the commission. The trip is one of two .made each year by the commission to inspect works under its jurisdiction and to hear local interests at scheduled hearings. Company Airline POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y. <7P)—-A big corporation here has put it* privately owned airplane on a scheduled flight basis. A new twin engine seven-seater, makes twice a week flights carrying sky-hopping company officials to branch plants at Endicot, N. Y.. and Boston, Mass. The plane also makes periodic trips to other points. SQUARE TUB A bath that opens up a host of possibilities for "different" bathroom planning. The Kohler Times Square measures 4'x4' and has an integral seat in the front corner, where it is convenient to use for foot bathing, scrubbing the children, dressing, or easing into the tub. Strong, one piece construction of rigid iron with Kohlers fatuous enamel, styled to match Kohler lavatories and cloMts. Larfer-fihan-avcrage bathing space means luxurious tatting; recess design makes it a notable shower bath. Cell Your Plumbing Contractor or Dcaltr in Blythtvillt Distributed in thu Area By Mklsoutti Plumbing Supply Co. (WHOLESALE EXCLUSIVELY) 211-111 Wabiut SS5* sional scraps commanded a measure of national interest, Illinois voters were more concerned with local races and issues. The vote in Chicago was the lowest in some 20 years. Low vote and aK, this was one primary that went off strictly according to the dope in the form sheets. For the slate as a whole, it looked as if the final figure for the primary would be little more than 1.400,000—roughly the total in 1944. In the 1950 off-year primary, the turnout was 1,789,787. In the presidential primary two years ago it was 2.292,347. Illinois has around five million registered voters. Meek wants cuts in taxes and in foreign economic aid, and no Americans fighting in Indochina. He considers investigations pointed at Communists, such as those of Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis), necessary but he says, "The technique is not always perfection." He has. said he would "enthusiastically support Mr. Eisenhower in every effort to forward basic principles of the Republican party as in the party platform." talks would start immediately. Garcia said Japan's reparation offer included cash, capital goods and services. vice man who guarded president* from McKinley to Rooievelt and. a his retirement headed Secret Service operations in 12 western state* and Hawaii, died at his home here yesterday. A native of Washington, D. C. Foster joined the Secret Service in 1901. He retired in 1S45. ' Watch Repair on ALL MAKES! Philippines Accept Offer Of PC part ions MANILA iff) —Vice President Carlos Garcia said today after a two- hour meeting with Japanese Minister Katsumi Ohno that the Philippines accepted in principle the latest Japanese reparations offer. Garcia said formal reparations dollar offer would serve as an initial payment that would eventually produce $1.400,000,000 in reparations. Garcia said lormal reparations * Factory Mttfiods * ManufacHwrs' Parts * Fctt Service* Lowest Prices Why accept less than the best quality and workmanship. Just Say "Charge It". 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