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June 8, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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BLYTHEV1LLI TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1954 Roosevelt Battle Highlights Today's California Primary « SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -~ James Roosevelt, eldest son of th« late President, pits the political drawing power of his once-magic name against headlined scandal charges and nine opponents today in the feature race of the California primary election. Voters will Ballot for a U.S. senator, 30 congressmen, a governor and other state offices. Perhaps 50 to 55 per cent of the 5,664,000 registered voters were expected to respond to an unexciting campaign between' Republican Gov. Goodwin J. Knight and Richard P. Graves, Democratic candidate for governor, and a fairly routine fight for the U.S. Senate. Roosevelt appeared confident the voters in the Democratic 26th Congressional District of Los Angeles would overlook sensational charges of his estranged wife Romelle that he was intimate with a dozen women—charges he denied in court. "Satisfactory Campaign" "It has been a very satisfactory campaign." the tall, 46-year old Democratic candidate said in an election eve statement. He did most of his campaigning in about 200 homes in the Y-shaped district. His chief Democratic opponent, Ned Redding, community newspaper publisher and a descendant of Thomas Jefferson, predicted j he'd take both nominations him- j'self. Both cross-filed on the Re- I publican ticket. In all, five Democrats and five Republicans entered the race. The 26th District representative for four years, Democrat Samuel W. Yorty, is running against Sen. Thomas H. .Kuchel, Republican. Knight, twice elected lieutenant | governor by huge majorities on both tickets, inherited the governorship in October when Warren became chief justice of the United States. Graves, a former Republican, was a political stranger to Californians when he decided to take on Knight. He is counting on the new party designation of candidates on the ballot to swing the Democratic nomination his way. Both men cross-filed. The present House delegation is 19 Republicans and 11 Democrats. All but one incumbent from each party sought re-election. Dallas Community May Dismiss Negro Servants with Children Dallas. Tex. (#)—An alderman of one of Dallas' Park Cities, fashionable municipalities surrounded by Greater Dallas, has suggested dismissal of all Negro servants with children in the area. Alderman C. K. Bullard said last night at a meeting of the Higland Park Town Council that his plan would insure no Negro students in the municipalities* schools in the next few years. Bullard brought up the question of segregation—banned by a U.S. Supreme Court decision several days ago—after a private conversation he said he had with Mayor Roy'C. Coffee of University Park and Franklin Spafford, president of the Dallas Bar Assn. and a trustee of the Dallas School Board. Bullard quoted Spafford as saying this was the last year the bulging Dallas independent school district could accept Negro children from the Park Cities. The $10 monthly tuition for each of the Negro children has been paid by the Highland Park Independent School District, Aloermen, discussing the situation, agreed that there might be as.:, many as 25 Negro students living in Highland Park among the population of approximately 1,405. I The restricted area allows only Negroes who are members of serv- , ant families to live within its ; boundaries. They must live on the i premises of people who hire them. Another alderman suggested at the meeting that all Negroes be moved out o.' Highland Park, but a third 'contended that only the servants' employers could make them move. HEADIN' FOR THE ROUNDUP—Hemmed in by a network of barbed wire fences, captured Mau Mau terrorists are marched into one of the 25 compounds at the Langata Detention Camp near Nairobi, Kenya. There are some 10,000 prisoners at the camp. Terrorist suspects are screened at Langata, and then some are moved to other detention spots throughout the colony. Mother Accused of 'Selling' Daughter's Virtue CLEVELAND MP>—A stout, middle-aged mother, who police said 'sold" her 13-year-old daughter's virtue for $20 a week and a basket of groceries, was convicted by a tury last night of neglect. The man to whom the 46-year- old woman was accused of sending her daughter was "Papa" Joe remati. 57. operator of a reputed house of prostitution. Cremati recently was convicted of rape in he same case. The child was found in Cremati's louse last January in a police raid. Neither her name nor that of her mother has ever been published here. According to Asst. County Prosecutor Dennis J. McGuire. the 13- year-old and five of her brothers and sisters frequently stayed over in the Cremati house. The girl had her own bedroom there. Police Chief Frank Story made the statement aoout the woman "selling" her daughter for $20 weekly and groceries. The mother has described Cremati as a "good-hearted man" who volunteered to help support her after her husband deserted her. Juvenile Court Judge Albert A. Woldman deferred sentence on the woman until June 17. Maximum penalty would be a year in the workhouse and a $1,000 fine. Mexican Ambulance Plane Crashes ACAPULCO. Mexico (ffl—A Mexi can ambulance plane bringing an air crash victim to a hospital here crashed at sea near this Pacific re sort town yesterday. A search of the wreckage dis closed no trace of the injured man Teofilo Olea Figueroa, or the two crewmen. Police at first concluded all had been killed and their bodie, washed out to sea. Then late last night searchers found all three on a lonely beach, near Acapulco, alive but badly hurt The crewmen said they had towec their patient through swift current to the beach, then had lost con- Md. M») — Wally Cox, u*ho went through a make-believe ( wadding ceremony recently on tel-1 evision as the shy. bumbling Mr. Peepers, was married here yesterday for real. Cox shooed off newsmen, said he would deny it, then took Marivlyn Gennaro, 20-year-old, red-haired Broadway dancer, as his "bride. Cox gave his age as 29. Flanked by a dozen close friends, the couple was married in an open- air ceremony at the waterfront home of Donald Seawell, New York attorney for many theatrical stars. Courtesy for Overporkers WAUKON, Iowa W — If you get a parking ticket in Waukon. don't rush to the police station to pay -the fine. Patronize one of the city's "courtesy boxes". The boxes, painted yellow, are attached to the parking meter posts. Parking tickets are placed in envelopes before they are stuck under the windshield wiper. The motorist places a dime in the envelope with the ticket and drops it into the box. 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That can make the big difference in better tasting foods, whether fried or baked. No other shortening at any price is so creamy, so digestible - and so light! Snowdrift 100% PUM • AU-VIO<TAIII SHO«TININ* . MAM IY TNI WUtON Oft WOni sciousness. Olea had been injured in the earlier crash of his own plane at Ometepec, 100 miles east of Acapulco. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Darline Key, Pltf., vs. No. 12,694 Raymond Key. Dft. The defendant, Raymond Key, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in this court and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Darline Key. Dated this 7th day of June, 1954. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. T. J. Crowder. Atty. for Pltf. Ed B. Cook, Atty. Ad Litem. 6/8-15-22-29 Norway Females Wont All Girls Called 'Mrs/ OSLO, Norway W — The Norwegian Feminist Assn.. in a letter to all government departments, requested today that they address all women as "Fru" — Mrs. — even if they're not married. The letter claimed that it is illogical to address an unmarried woman as "Froeken"—Miss—when all men, whether,single or married, are addressed as "Herr"—Master. The letter also pointed out that the proposed title reform would be of greatest importance to unmarried mothers and their children. Candy Cost Could Climb CHICAGO (J) — The 5-cent candy bar may become a treat of the past if the price of cocoa beans continue its rise, says the president of the National Con.'sctioners' Assn. Philip p. Gott said the price of cocoa beans, at present 70 cents a I pound compared with 5 cents a pound in 1941. is forcing candy makers to decide whether to reduce the amount of chocolate in their products or raise prices correspondingly. He said the problem heads the agenda of the group's 71st annual convention being held through Thursday. Love Wins Out EUREKA, Calif. W — Henry Steen, 93, took for his June bride 75-year-old Mrs. Lillian McLean, yesterday. Steen. who has grandchildren than "more great- I can remember, said: "I married the woman who loves me." ORDINANCE NO. 550 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 4 OF THE CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS WHEREAS, parties claiming to be the owners of more than two- thirds in assessed value of the property located within the territory hereinafter described have filed a Petition praying that an improvement district be established for the purpose hereinafter set out; and WHEREAS, aftei due notice as required by law, the City Council of the City of Blytheville, Arkan- sas, has heard all the parties desiring to be heard, and has ascertained that said petition was signed by more than two-thirds in 'assessed value of the owners of real property within said territory; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas: Section 1. There is hereby established an improvement district embracing the following property in the City of Blytheville, to-wit: Lots 1 to 4, inclusive, of Block 1; Lots 1 to 7, inclusive, and Lot 15, of Block 5; All in E. O. Adams Subdivision to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas; The South 160 feet of that part of the NEJ/4 of NEVi of Section 9. Township 15 North, Range 11 East, that lies between Ninth Street and Tenth Street in the City of Blytheville, Arkansas; Lots 1 to 7, inclusive, of Block 1; Lots 1 to Block 2; Lots 1 to Block 3; Lots 1 Block 4; Lots 1 Block 5; Lots 1 Block 6; Lots 1 Block 7; Lots 1 Block 8; All in Country Club Drive Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas; Lots 1, 2 and 3 of the Replat of Bader's Second Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas: and Lots 15 to 28, inclusive, of the Replat of 0. S. Rollison Subdivision to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas: for the purpose of paving in such a manner and with such materials as the Commissioners to be elected for the said improvement district shall deem to be for the best interest of said district, the following parts 'of the following streets in the City of Blytheville, -Arkansas, to- OOtUR-WISE- THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOUI _ 129.95 Adams Appliance Co. Inc. 7, inclusive, of 6, inclusive, to 12, inclusive, to 12, inclusive, to 10, inclusive, to 10,' inclusive, to 5, inclusive, * NINTH STREET from the South line of Rollison Avenue to the North line of Adams Street; and SEVENTH STREET from the South line of Rollison Avenue, extended East, to the North line of Adams Street: and that the cost thereof, over and above any aid received from any agency of the federal or city gov- | ernment be assessed and charged lupon the real property above de' scribed. I Said district shall be known as ! Street Improvement District No. 4; and F. E. Scott, Elmer Norrnan I and Robert C. Bennett are hereby ! named Commissioners, who shall ! compose the Board of Improvement for said district. Section 2. This ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. Passed: May 11, 1954. APPROVED: E. R. JACKSON, Mayor. ATTEST: W. I. MALIN, City Clerk. Bruce Terminix Company P. O. Box 1270 Memphis, Tenn. Phone 62-3531 Mod*) 2MOO RCA Victor Super "Personal" Radio '• Plar« op «o 10 times longer tb»n ! prior mniMf without battrrr rhan?*. t>. n^lr •ir-.igned RCA "Balanced- Life" battcrifd. » H»» BsUery-Lif* Saver Switch, loo. ^7^L 9 * • Bonk-niir . . . emej JV 10 carry. 6 colori. Adams Appliance Co. Inc. 206-08 W. Main Phone 1-2071 1 GREATER EFFICIENCY-ALL-NEW 161-HP V-8- Vfereury's new engine provide? the highest power per cubic inch Hi.splaccment in its field (.628 hp)—offers you -8% more power, plus Mercury economy. RESPONSIVE PASSING POWER-NEW 4-BARREL CARBURETOR- The two extra barrels are tacwwm-controHed ior instant, automatic reserve power when needed, yet are not in use during normal driving. Only Mercury in its field has this special feature, Q -J, GREATER STABILITY-NEW BALL JOINTS replace kingpins in the front wheel suspension. Steering and '"cornering" are easier. You get a softer ride on any road. are 4 ways Mercury s other cars EASIER DRIVING-5 OPTIONAL POWER FEATURES-You have your choice of proren power steering, power brakes, a 4-way power seat, power windows, Merc-0-Matic Drive. AND MERCURY STYLING LEADS THE FIELD—HELPS KEEP TRADE-IN VALUE HIGHER THAN ANY COMPETING CARS The new Mercury offers you far more than just an increase in horsepower. It brings you a new 161-horsepower overhead valve V-8, the most important engine advance in Mercury's exclusively V-8 hisiory. With its new carburetor, new free-flow manifold, new high-turhtilenre combustion chambers, and dozens of other great new features, Mercury's new V-8 engine provides the smoothest, quietest, most responsive power CYIT offered for the money. But performance is just, one of the reasons why so many motorists have switched to Mercury. Equally important is Mercury's styling—with its clean, fresh, flow-together lines. It's a basically new design—without the need for fancy chrome tricks, dips, and bulges to distinguish it from other cars. The pay-off is that you get a car that stays newer looking—newer acting—longer. And it returns more of the original investment when traded. The proof? Independent national market reports consistently show Mercury leading its class for re-sale value. We invite you to stop around for a firsthand look, a trial drive, and a special offer on your present car. IT PAYS TO OWN A MERCURY _THE RECORD PROVES IT Don't miss the big: television hit, "TOAST OF THE TOWN* with Ed Sullivan. Sunday evening, 6:00 to 7:00. Station WHBQ—TV, Channel H. STILL MOTOR COMPANY Walnut at First Stra«t

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