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September 16, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE New Deal Demos Win in New York By WATSON SIMS NEW YORK (AP) — The New Deal wing of the Democratic party in New York administered a resounding defeat to the conservative branch in scoring a near clean sweep of city primary elections yesterday. Manhattan Borough President Robert F. Wagner Jr. rolled up almost a 2 to 1 margin over incumbent Vincent R. Impellitteri for the nomination 'of mayor. Wagner's candidates also won ' nomination in the two contests foi other city-wide offices and in three of four contested races tor nom ination as borough president. With returns totaled from 4,260 of the city's 4,392 election districts, Wagner led Impellitteri by 335,413 to 176.003. The election represented a major triumph for such nationally known Democrats as Rep. Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., Sen. Herbert H Lehman and Averell Harriman, 101 mer mutual security director, an attempted political comeback by former Democraiic National The outcome appeared to curb Chairman Jams A. Farley. Tl>e voter turnout was surpris ingly light, although control of both the city and state democratic machinery was at stake. !"he total Democratic vote ran well below the record 800,000 cast in 1937. The victory apparently cemented control of the city and state party leadership in the hands of the Manhattan (Tammany Hall) and Bronx Borough chieftains. Boroughs Divided Impellitteri won as an independent in 1950 after being snubbed Airline Wants Hilling on JLiquor Sale WASHINGTON m—Capital Airlines has asked the Civil Aeronautics Board to step in and regulate serving of liquor on commercial airplanes. Capital had protested last July against the advertising and sale of alcholic beverages by Northwest Airlines. The CAB's enforcement bureau declined to take action. Capital asked the lull board to reconsider. Capital had asserted that the sale of liquor violated the laws of 7 of the 10 states over which it and Northwest compete, and said this was an "unfair method ol competition." Northwest has contended it obeys all national and state liquor laws in serving drinks on flights. Knew ItVVas There Scientists suspected that the planet Neptune existed Jong before it was discovered, due to the. pe |(culiar actions of the planet Uranus, ''which showed that it was being influenced by some unknown body. MORE TO SEE IN MEMPHIS SEPT. 24 thru OCT. 3 Greatest MID-SOUTH Livestock Show A MAMMOTH^ ARRAY OF EVEffrS! YOU'LL SEE! WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RODEO HENDRICKS FAMILY LIVESTOCK EXPOSITION EXHIBITS 4-H and FFA Projects SPORTS SHOW WITH BRILLIANT EXTRAVAGANZA RHYTHM ON ICE AUTO THRILLCADE f OPENING NIGHT STOCK CAR RACES SEPT. 14-19 • OCT. 1 GIANT MILLION DOLLAR CARNIVAL MIDWAY 'GRAND OLEOPRY] OCT. I AND 1 '« YOUTH TALENT CONTEST UWO,000 hi Prize, when the party considered a candidate to complete the unexpired term of resigned Mayor William O'Dwyer. This year, however, the five boroughs which make up the city split in choosing a candidate. The conservative wing, including leaders of Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island, backed Impellitteri. In the beginning this shaped up as a test of strength for the late Bronx political boss Ed'Flynn, who had been chief spokesman for the city and state party many years. Flynn died last month, however, and this threw open the position of chief spokesman regardless ' of the primary's outcome. Farley, who split with President Franklin p. Roosevelt over the third term issue in 1940, pitched in on Impellitteri's side. Regardless of whom the Wagner faction choses to succeed Flynn as national committeeman, it seemed likely that he will be a powerful voice in the state's 94- vote delegation to the next presidential convention. This fact'ion is also expected to dominate the selection of a Democratic candidate for governor next year. Politically Significant These developments couid prove of great significance to the political future of Roosevelt. He has been mentioned as a possible candidate for the presidential nomination in 1956 and is widely rumored as a gubernatorial pos- IN FAIR SHOW — Miss Loni (left), who juggles and balances a Variety of objects with her feet, and the team of Pamela and Louise are two of the acts which will be presented during the free grandstand shows to be given at Walker Park here during the Northeast Arkansas District Pair Sept. 22-27. Pamela and Louise burlesque the field of acrobatic dancing. sibility next year. In the Nov. 3 general election, Wagner, who is the son oi the late author of the New Deal Labor Relations Act, must face three other candidates who were nominated without opposition today. They are: Harold Eiegelman, the Republican designee. Rudolph Halley, the Liberal party choice. Clifford T McAvoy, nominee of the left-wing American Labor party. Halley became known to millions of television viewers as quizmaster for the Kefauver Crime Committee two years ago. Hi is the outgoing president of the City Coun- cil. The city's registered Democra ic voter strength of 2,138,000 ou numbers the Republicans by mor than 2-to-l. The Liberal and Labo parties have only fractional re; istrations. All four party nominees for Man hattan borough president are Ne groes. WE CARRY OUR OWN ACCOUNTS AT GOODYEAR SERVICE NOW ... on Terms As Low As GENERAL Per Week You Can Own This ELECTRIC COMPLETE HOME LAUNDRY See This Bargain Today! Activator Washing Action Washet Each Piece Individually Adjustable Wringer • Pump Remember .— It's General Electric MODEL NO. WC230K Get This Complete' Home Laundry .for Only HEADQUARTERS FOR GOODYEAR TIRES! "oJXT GOODYEAR SSSg Phone 2492 Businessman Still Wants Submarine CHICAGO (fl>)—Edwurd M. 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