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September 19, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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PACK EIGHT toL. l 1ntit v ii.L.i!i , sis^x. ill, Experience Lack Hampers GOP, Says Fulbright Senator Predicts Victory in 1954 And 1956 Elections IJTTLE ROCK (AP) — Sen J. W. Fulbright says that lac' of previous experience in go\ ernment is hampering the Re publican administration. Fulbright spoke last night at Young Democrats of Arkansa meeting here at which former Oov Sid McMath took southern Demc crats to task for helping Junk thi party's loyalty pledge. Gov. Cherry, who defeated Me Math for third term last summer has been credited with helping tc shelve the pledge at a recent parts rally in Chicago. Fulbright, in an off-the-cuf speech, .predicted that the Demo crats would regain control of Con. gross in 1954 and probably elecl th« president hi 1956. McMath, considered an unan Bounced but certain candidate to oppose Sen. John L. McClellan .for his post next year, wanted to know "what is so horrible about the loyaltj' pledge which was adoptee at the 1952 national convention.' He said it merely required delegates to "do what they can to see that nominees of the convention go on the ballot in their states ns Democrats." He also said that he didn't have iftuch respect for "Democrast who helped carry out a Republican program." "They would be doing themselves and the Democratic Party a service if they openly called themselves Republicans," said McMath. McClellan, who supported Cherry In last summer's campaign, was termed by McMath at that time as the "Republican senator from Arkansas." Neither Cherry nor McClellan was present at the meeting.- Rep. Brooks Hays and former Oov. Homer Adklns attended. Lt. Gov. Nathan Gordon said that In Conway County "we're not iyo- ing to let Eisenhower Democrats vote In the next primary." - A seldom-invoked party rule could be used to bar Democrats who voted for Eisenhower from TO- ting in ne*t year's primary. GOP (Continued from Page I) a chance for this country to provide not only technical help to other nations but "the kind of leadership which understands their problems." "If we don't give it, Russia will." she declared. She was an alternate delegate to the recent United Nations Educational Scientific, and Cultural Organization meeting in Paris. Miss Marion Smith of Little Rock, Ark., co-chairman of the National Federation of Young Republicans, said that a change of 2,720 votes from Republican to Democratic In four districts could have given the Democrats control of Congress in last year's election. She urged party lenders to concentrate next year on 85 marginal congressional districts in the battle for control of the House. Summerfield told a banquet audience of 1,000 women and a few men last night that the American people voted for Elsenhower last year because they were sick of war In Korea, of government by crisis, of graft, scandal and corruption. "They were alarmed at our attempts to cuddle up to communism 'abroad and to coddle it here at home," he declared. Summerfield called Eisenhower "our greatest natural resource" and "our greatest deterrent to World War ni." Stevenson's Proposal Dismissal He said it was true, as Truman had charged, that there was n "wrecking crew" in Washington. But what was being wrecked, he added, was Truman's budget, economy-stifling controls, and Truman's belief that warfare between the legislative and executive branches measured the vigor of government. He dismissed Stevenson's proposals for new attempts to negotiate with the Russians as splendidly phrase "and splendidly free of any new thought or any fresh 'understanding of the great problems besetting the world." Summerfeld said the Democrats never hesitated to promise anything and, never worried about | carrying out those promises. I The six conference representa- 1 tlves chosen to meet with Eisenhower .at the airport were Ray C. Bliss, Ohio Stale Republican Chairman; Morton H. Hollingsworth, Illinois chairman; Mrs. John T. Thomas of Belleville, 111., state vice chairman ;Mrs. Clifford Laws, President of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs; Mrs. W. Press Hodgkins, head of the Citizens for Eisenhower group in Illinois, and Mrs. Jewel Rogers, vice chairman of the Cook County (Chicago) Young Republican organization. F TIGER "RAGS"—Tiger skins, complete wUh heads, adorn the dress uniforms of the Indian Honor Guards as they stage a parade for the Neutral Nations Repatriation Commission, at Panmunjom The Honor Guards form one unit of the Indian troops guarding prisoners of war who refuse to be repatriated. • : LLOYD REED RUSSELL is WANTED for escaping from i Michigcin State Prison. He was sent to prison after shooling a j Michigan State Police detective during n running gun buttle. ' Russell's criminal record dales from 1938 when he was sent to the London, Ohio, prison farm for grand larceny. Russell is 5 feet 5'/2 inches tall and weighs 147 pounds. He has brown eyes, dark brown hair, and is partially bald across the top. He is an experienced woodsman and has escaped from ^custody several times by taking shelter in woods. CAUTION: He Is armed and Should J)c considered dangerous. If you can help locate him, NOTIFY the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice, Washington, D. C.. or FBI agent nearest your community. Mary McGruder Dies; Services To Be Monday Services for Mrs. Mary Ann Mc- Oruder, who died today at her home at 908 South Lilly following a six- months illness, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Monday at Trinity Baptist Church by the Rev. David McPsak. pastor. Burial will be in Elmwood Ceme- tary with Cobb Funeral Home in change. Born in- Pinlcy, Tenn., Mrs. McGruder, who was 73, had resided here since 1916. She is survived by three sons, Dan McGruder of Blytheville, Perry McGruder of Clarkton, Mo., and Wren McGruder of Poplar Bluff, Mo., two daughters, Mrs. Porter Miller of Blytheville and Mrs. George Washington of Garden city, Mich., a sister, Mrs. Lou Young and a brother, Bill Misskelly, both of Michigan. Pallbearers will be Bob Coleman, Jim England, T. C. Hopper. Bill Haynes, Walter Still and Herman Mays. Rites Tomorrow For C. M. Lewis Services for Cicero M. Lewis, 77. who died at his home at 1911 West Jhcrry this morning, will be conducted at 2 p. m. tomorrow at Holt 'uneral Home Chopel by the Rev. j. H. Richardson, pastor of Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, assisted by Gus Eberdt. Burial will be in Memorial Park 2emetary. Mr. Lewis came here 25 years ago :rom Mathiston, Miss,. He was a, •etired farmer. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Edna Lewis and a son, O. L. Lewis of Blytheville. Pallbearers will be Charles Lip- ord, Joe Van Cleve, E. E. Davis. Glenn. Alexander, Luther Gann and Will O'Neal. THANKS. BUT NO THANKS—Few people would want to trade jobs with these men. but handling dangerous snakes doesn't phase Gregg Dearborn, George Marshall and Cecil Tibbetts. The trio are animal trainers at Benson's Wild Animal Farm at Hudson, N. H. The slippery armful they are handling are three boa constrictors and three rock pythons. U.N. Rites Conducted For W. H. Barber Services for William Henry Barier, 81, of Holland, Mo., were held his afternoon at the Holland Baptist Church. Burial was at Mt. Zlon emetery at Steele, Mo., with Cobb Funeral Home in charge. Mr. Barber, who had lived in Holand for many years, was born in Kentucky. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dannie Francis Barber; three sons, Truman L. Barber of Holland. Dewey T. Barbel' of Grand Rapids, Mich.. nd Jake A. Barber of Holland; four daughters, Mrs. Frank F. Smith of Predricktown, Mo., Mrs. Dewey Pruitt of BlythevUle, Mrs. John (Continued from Page 1) . Polish U.N. delegation. He was surprised at the offer, he said, because he was a nonparty man, but added; "I told them I'd be delighted to go." Korowicz said he never even told lis closest friends of his idea. "You never know who's listening," he said, "you can't trust anyone." What the Polish people needed, he said, was "the true news from abroad" to combat Communist propaganda. He said dissension was rife in he Communist satellite states since Premier Josef Stalin died, and that 95 per cent of the Poles were opposed to their Communist rulers. "I am very happy to be free in the free world," he said. "For the first time in seven years I have been able to say what I truly think. . . . I shall again have my freedom of religion.' ' Korowicz is a Roman Catholic. What the Polish diplomat had to say was transcribed and broadcast by Radio Free Europe over 25 transmitters operating on six frequencies. An RPE spokesman said Koro- wicz' message to Iron Curtain countries was a "saturation broadcast ... that can't be jammed." Crook of Memphis and Miss Bernice Barber of Atlanta, Ga.; and a sister, Mrs. Maggie Murry, of Ridgley, Tenn. Deaths Princella Johnson Services for Princella Johnson, 10 died here (.odny. u'ill be conduc- d at 11 a. m. tomorrow at Number ne with burial there. Survivors include n daughter. W. Cobb Funeral Home is in charge. Cotton Belt Awarded Harriman Safety Medal The St. Louis-Southwestern (Cotton Belt) Railway Lines have been awarded the E. H. Harriman gold medal award for the railroad's safety record. The railroad placed first in its class during 1952. The second safety award won by the Cotton Belt, this year, the medal was presented at a dinner in New York Thursday night. The other 'award was given by the National Safety Council. STCCK CAR RACES Sunday Afternoon Time Trials 2 p.m. Races 2:30 p.m. CARS FROM N.E. ARKANSAS S.E. MISSOURI & WEST TENNESSEE ATTENTION, CAR OWNERS! $3 Per Point Guaranteed for Sunday, Sept. 20. RACES N.E. ARKANSAS FAIR FRIDAY NIGHT, SATURDAY NIGHT, AND SUNDAY AFTERNOON SEPT. 25, 26, 27. Platinum pets its name from the Spanish mcnnine "little silver." ADMISSION: Adults 75c Children 35c R.CFARR&SONS WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS Fuel Oil and Petroleum Products Lee Tires 'Serving This Area for Over 20 Years!" FARM — HOME — INDUSTRIAL 400 S. Railroad St. Blytheville, Ark. 4567 — Phone — 4567 MONEY Money is what you will save this fiill if you have storage bins to store your surplus bean crop. With a support price of approx- ibatcly $2,56 per bu. and an indicated fall price of $2,00 per bu. you cun see this will mean a 5Sc per bu. savings for the farmer on brans stored on the farm in government approved storage. Our bins can be financed with 4 years to pay. THE ONLY GRAIN BIN 'WITH 6-PLY RIBS EVERY r 2>!(i OF HEIGHT! FOR EXTRA STRENGTH EASIEST BIN OF ALL TO ERECT! •Stop in soon, while we still have famous -SIOUX- Steel grain bint! For Additional Information Please Call Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main B'ville Phones 6856-6857 Church of Nazarene Plans Special Service Special services for the Church of the Nazarene tomorrow morning were announced today by the Rev. Joe Bean, pastor. Guest pastor will be Dr. D. I. Vanderpool of San Jose, superintendent for the church's North Arkansas district assembly. The services will begin at 10:50 a. m. Car, Truck Collide , Jack Barley of Steele, Mo., and Clyde O'Neal of near Blytheville were involved in a traffic accident yesterday on Highway 61 south of IKE (Continued from Page 1) ports with a minimum of government control—and a retort to his critics. The Democrats at Chicago accused the Presdent of running out on his farm promises. town. Damage was done to a fender and bumper of the Barley car but none was done to the tandem truck driven by Mr. O'Neal. Bead Courier News Classified Ads Seagoing Physician VANCOUVER UP) — In five y»«« of wiling his 335—foot yawl, Dr. John Evans, physician and mariner, has sailed in his Stoortebecker III from England to New Zealand and from New Zealand to Canada, going where his fancy pleased him with no set itinerary. If he liked a port or its people he stayed ther« until he felt like moving on. His Norwegian crew member, Prank Jensen, has been with him throughout the journey. ' X Dr. Evans said he plans to lay ' j the yawl up for the winter at Victoria and in December will return to England by rail and steamer for a short visit. The yawl is sturdy, admirably suited for single-handed or two- man sailing. She has a maghogany hull, oak frames and /measures 24.5 feet at the waterline by 8.4-foot beam. 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