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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 14, 1948, Bluefield, West Virginia Friday Morning, May 14, 1948 BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH, BLUEFIELD, W. VA PAGE THREE McDowell Counts Delegate Votes MARGIN SMALL < Continued from Page One) ney: Beaver Pond — Frank Maynard. 1136; Phillips. 544; Rock— Maynard. 374: Phillips. 554; East River—Maynard, 863; Phillips, Welch, W. Va.. May 13—Four or 65?: Plymouth — Maynard. 163;       _    _>t    _ five Democratic nominations for    H    SKf 8wBranch-|Herman ’christian. 20, drowned Maynard, 91; Phillips, 35.    ‘    while    swimming    in    Dry    Fork    river Bartley Youth Drowning Victim Welch, W. Va.. May 13—Julius DEATHS and FUNERALS! $51,557 Raised I Rrtey Pos In Church Drive B'"<,/ieWDrum’Bu«ieCoTf The Bluefield Drum and Bugle corps will remain under the Pledges so far total $51,557 in sponsorship of Riley-Vest Post No. 9 of the American Legion, it ill WILLIAM E. CHAPMAN    DR.    MARCUS    OSTRO    j    the drive of the First Methodist decided at a meeting last night of the organization in the new post Last rites for William Edward! Word has been received here of church of Princeton, to raise $90.- home. opposite the court house The vote on the issue which baa the subject of considerable rt^id^brn'thPflfO^min^n RepubUcan- judge of ,Ule„ Mer‘ at Avondale lait night It was the chapman, 29. who died of a heart the death of Dr. Marcus Ostro of i °°0 for the erection of a newedu- bren the sub]    ....    ... decided, but the nith nominee can cer county cnminai court; Beaver first report of a drowning this year ..    .    .    ..    .    Di    .mnn.    RalHmAPe    'cational building and the remodel- discussion for sometime, was 571 a j ; UortJ< Unmf% not be decided until the official Pond—Kahle, 1143; Scott, 689; in the area.    attack    at    his    home in Richmond, Baltimore. Md., husband of the jng the present church .struc- to 55.    Andrei    rieOOS    nome tabulation of the McDowell bal-* Rock—Kahle, 561: Scott, 373; christian was said to have suf- * were wednesday at Salt- foitner Miss Ethel Greenspon of ture. it was announced last night.! The vote was taken on a pro- Summer Vacation lot is made by the county court East River—Kahle. 950; Scott, fered a leg cramp while he and ville* Va* with the Rev- Harry Bluefield, and brother-in-law of This amount was pledged at posed amendment to the post con-J J today.    571; Plymouth—Kahle, 134; Scott, two relatives swam in the river Hudson officiating. Interment was Dr. William Greenspon    three ‘ Forward Step ' banquets stitutlon designed to withdraw the Lake Success. N. Y.. May 13- Four of the nominees are J. M. 135; Jumping Branch—Kahle. 51; cool off •• Searchers brought.^ the Elizabeth cemetery there Dr Ostro was a not^d roentcpn- thls weekJAvision J of the fund- Legions support from the drum (ZPi-Andrei A. Bromyko, Soviet Cyphers of Gary, who topped the Scott. 76.    |the body from the river aproxi- „    ,    .,    ,    -n,rnn . nln^.r niff hH r?-f.,7h SfvifSZ ,ralslnF    I*1!    ‘f .mee‘ln? and bugle corns A two-thirds vote ri.„ntv    mlnist„ wil, uav. voting with 6.480 and others were Republican, house of delegates: mately one hour after it was re- He was bom Maich 20, 1919, ac    rerontiv    tho    J?stl nlght> at wbich Major Carl would have been required to pass p    ”    .    . W. L. Mills of Kimball. Bernard. Beaver Pon—Bailey, 895; Car- ported Christian had gone under. Saltville, the son of James C. and    ™    Carper^announced $17,117 was; the amendment and effect the hls Unlted Nations post in July Woodyard of Welch and James baugh, 441; Hamlin, 464; Maston, Survivors are: father and moth-(the late Lonnie Shortt Chapman. Timf    Lr    tho    La    pledge(1'    severance of the two groups. for a vacation in Russia, an tn- L. Whitt of Welch.    y04; Peters, 1309; Rogers, 523,    er .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Christian, of    chaoman    was    graduated    twentv-fivo    v£rK Dr oom    had    A11 campaign workers will ga th-    The Dost also heard Diana for a formed    Soviet source declared to- The fifth place is between Mrs. Rock-Bailey, 566; Carbaugh. 227.    Bartley; brother. Ed Christian,! ^ Chapman    was    graduated    twenty Ave    M»rs Dr. Ostro    had    cr at a dinner at 6:30 o’clock this    pal tv. Monday. May 24. celebret-: night Elizabeth Drewery of Northfork Hamlin, 335: Maston. 541; Peters,    Avondale; a sister, Mrs. Maxine from Rich Valley    high    school and    catted ^    Johns Hopkins    bos    evening in the church dining hall.    mg the unification of auxiliary |—L_: ana Harry R. Pauley of Iaeger. 441 • Rogers, 380; East River— Jones, Avondale; a half-brother served in the army four years, 18 [J 1 fn h£*“;™°re- n at Assignments will be given for soli- units of Rilev-Vest Post No. 134 One unofficial count gave Mrs. bailey rorhmiim 727: Ham- Arthur Christian, of Bartley; and months of which were spent in    wd..iaH?, -5* 2K?5?*?S citation calls to be made oyer the and Bluefield Post No. 9. Dancing Drewery fifth place, and another favored Pauley. of Crumpler. R. H. O'Blenis of Kimball, T. V. Pennington of Powhatan and Robert L. Turner of Lex. Two veteran legislators who lost in the Democratic primary were Julian C. Hansbarger of Welch, Rogers, 923; Plymouth—Bailey, tions, during World War II. Children s week-end. The workers will meet will be en loved, also card games. .    ..    again at a dinner Monday evening Refreshments will be nerved. The state legislature race on the 155" Carbaugh, ; Hamlin, 17706, The bodv wil J>e taken to the Besides his father, he is sur- cistrons survived bv* a* daughter* Sn    u Xt wa!» VCted thf* Dost t0 Republican siae is definitely set- Maston IOT Peters 122- Rogers, h°me    his grandmother. Mrs. ,    M.i ViVed by his wife, the former Miss Suzanne    *    Linhi i?Jhp «UV a dozin uniforms for the tied. The me nominees are VV M. 199 jumping Branch-Bailey 74; f Mullins of Avondale, today Anna Bclle Surber; two children. D? a, eensnon w ll attend the ,n„T tStTTnH«' d? ”™re, u    »“*d *hlch officiates at Armour of Welch, J. C. Cornett SiTI!: Hamlin    J.1    Scarlet    aAd    Juanita;    two sisters.' rit£'in ffiSSSk 'fnliav”6"'1    eS."    “rVic“    of    deceased The campaign for $90,000 is for An enthusiastic report was «iv-Luc Hume ut n otdtc. iYLitb    ,    ,,    ,    _    ,    .    a new three-story education build- en on the Droerp* a* tho T^amn Mercer returned the following; 5,ith the Rev. Sam Addair and the .J*™*?*L ■    “    ----------------------I*    orogres    o.    the    Legion President, Republican. Biyei, jjev Farley Beavers in charge. Hubert Chapman. 462; Stassen, 3,404; Vander Pyl, Burial will be held at the head of H°bcrt; Chapman    _    — ion    pMnp Treeic    One    brother,    Garnett    Chapman,    a    lengthy    illness.    Funeral services flee.    h-i-* wn    ♦«    tv,.    t-„~, was killed in Germany during the were conducted Thursday after-! Actual building operations are the* pord Mo'or comaonv through last War.    norm    at    2    n    nine'lr frnm tho Dnrlor-1 ..k^i.,i«t Iuu^h    :    rura MWOr COmaDny tnrOuSil . J. C., Claude and Hen&iey. W. Va.. May 13—Last mg to cost $50,000. and $40,000 of i^xiior baseon’l team now m the man. at home; and rites fox Mrs. M. H. Duncan who this amount is to be used for re- process of beme oreani’ed lan. Forest City, N. C. died Tuesday morning following modeling the present church edi- Ba”? ba's and othor^innmiini OarnaH Phanman a Ipnjt.hv    Vi    moral    corvti-oc    .    .    “    .    Omer    cQUlDIllttlt U. S. Senate Democrat: Hoff, and chairman of the house finance u. o. ocuaLc    l.    __    ii    x i. cc.nmittee for two terms, and 970; Holt, 2,727; McNeer, 1,038; Mf|)A\vp|| I TO IIT Fleming Jones.    Neely. 5,777; Shahan, 242. •    IHtlAHVCII IIUUl Richard R. Parsons of Welch,) u. S. Senate Republican: Rever-JVfrpam PpcfAf|(pf| present prosecuting attorney, won comw 3 666' Sims 858    |»JU vulll liCjlUllXCU nomination for ’    ’    ’ the Democratic criminal judge, Governor Democrat: Bailey, 3,- Welch. W. Va., May 13 HENRY T. PENNINGTON Henry Thompson Pennington, Ad Virginian Railway company machinist, old Athens road, Prince- noon at 2 o clock from the Roder- scheduled    to begin    one year from the i "j    ri ”]plr fipM rhiirrh u,ith tho Rot/ \T >■ ! *1 *u-    JOL.ai    neaier.    tin met    cain of the baseball committee Rav Matte, formerly with the Blue Oravs. will field church with the Rev. Mr. I SS''clSi"0f'the'^ fund-raiiing cam-1 Marshall officiating. Interment! paign.    I    named    .chairman    of    the    junior was made in the nearby cemetery.     ♦- vnrp* tn 4 073 for inrnmh^nt .ludee 526- Patteson, 5.280; Thomas 2,- proximately one thousand i.3u t ...    .    Thursday    mornine    Vivian,    w.    va., May 13 —Alec r* C LILIA U V0tes to 4.073 fot incumbent Judge W2_    .    -re grated taMcDoweU coon. d|ad    _•»-    SS    GlVCS Exhibit HefC Thomas F. Henritze and 2,555 for ALEC NOBIMSKI Vivian, W. Va., May 13 —Alec Du Pout Chemist Thnrntnn G Berrv of Welch    Governor    Republican;    Boreman,    ty    s    onlv’ tiout stream, Big Cleek,    horn    in    \ferrpr    rnnntv    "    ***    *» ^nal figured gave Chandler l-654: Fit1edier»355: ^f'2'1171 aTmSaT'    ,,m* pr0teCt0r' Septembe? Is. 1880    hospital folo'rtn* a long lllneS!>- Curd 8.266 votes in the race for Maness, 156: Maxwell. 578.    -    *aia today. Wednesday evening in a Welch prosecuting auorney on the Demo- Supreme Court Democrat: Fox, cratic banc., as compared with 4.671; 4.268 for wack Marinari of Wajr. 2.838. , „ ..    .    .    . .    .    .    .,    ,    Funeral    arrangements 1Jluuau ^ A tank truck brought the fish Besides his widow he leaves the compiete. niipv a Prnnvharker into the county at about noon to- following sons and daughters, Mrs. Riley. 4,126, rennyDacKe »iday    'Euba    Mullins.    Murle Pennington. Supreme Court Republican; Co-' The stream was restocked with Mrs. Thelma Walker. Arnold and are in- MRS. CHARLOTTE TAYLOR Mohegan, W. Va., May 13—Mrs manage the Youngsters, who will! DarticiDate in district and regional contest. Th* Utah Centennial quartet The chemistry show presented; entertained with several selec-last night by Lawrence F. Living- t,<ms The members of the quartet ston. head of the extension divi- are: Elders S. L. Huff. L. S. Fife. I sion of E. I. du Pont de Nemours w- F Pearson and L. K Barney.! company, in the assembly room Elder L C. Smith accompanied at; at the* Appalachian building, was the piano. Outdoor THEATRE New and Old Bluefield-Princeton Road TODAY — SAT__ noIBLE FEATURE “Last Frontier Uprising” • Monte Hale And “Spoilers Of Tho North” • Paul Kellsr • Evelyn Ankers TWO SHOW’S EACH NIGHT Starting at 8:M O’clock Tirif S    nf Pnlirp    Harrv    npnhave^ 1731- Maxwell 3 269’    some 2’000 flsh before the season    Clyde PcnninRton and    Mrs-Bprtha    Charlotte Taylor, 79. died this attended by a large crowd Liv Welch ernei    of Police    Hany    penhaver, 1.731, Maxwell, 3.2b9.    opened. .    Piitchett. Princeton;    Mis. Hazel    morning in a Welch hospital fol- mgston was brought here by the Chaffins won the Republican nom- Miller, 1.893.    As    a    precaution.    Cline    said    he    Maxey. Norfolk, Va.; Russell of lowing an illness of one week. Bluefield Supply company. illation for sheriff by more than    secretary    of    state    and other state conservation com- Bristol. Term.; two brothers, L. vt.. Tavinr hart Iilph in Mr- Tbe exhibition mduded oc<F*a.j    -— ----  — a thousand votes. Chaffins \ote Secrelai*y of State Democrat; mission workers would “patrol the Clyde Pennington and E G Pen- nioii’ Pai?5    hfr*    score °E newest developments res I.s. ant ^ and which permit more ,113 for    G. C.    Chilton. 2.201; Conner, 1.137; Hill*    creek at night and “put a stop to    n.Lton en Pdnrpton11    on, s,sf?r*    5?**“ ““"Hh”051. J’/iJ?*’7 from: «f modern chemical research, some    J?    J-»    through Out of one of the nation's.lab- __________ __________ oratories comes news of a sand- The exhibition mduded several    that is acid proof, heat- was 3,334 to 2,113 for G. C. Chilton. 2.201; Conner “Rocky'’ Sexton of Welch.    1,143: Kidd. 971; O’Brien,    2.108.    persons    taking    fish    illegally.” John A. Blevins of Roderfield Secretary of State Republican:    ---♦-- defeated C. M. “Red” Oley of Fleming. 2,522; Parsons. 1,492.    Ctnrinntr Welch for nomination for assessor Attoraey General Democrat; Al- IVICLI0W6II JlUuGlllS by 702 votes. Their vote was 2,707 d n j,415; Jeter, 978; Partlow.x ... ira' I Cecil Vwflson ^s ^he 'jcmcwratic 4,233j ^    TO    Attend    Festivals nominee fl? Sheriff dating Audltor t>mocrat: S,ms‘    5 563: Meril Kepler by a wude margin, and Henry Bernard 01 Welch was nominated for Democrats. He   ----- 428.    Talbott    3.871. Treasurer Republican: Lake I. 564. Morris 2.220. Wolfe, 2.297. Auditor Republican: bent Hardin and McCauley. In McDowell county. Herbert S. Boreman of Parkersburg was easily the choice of Republican voters. He received 2.783 votes, unofficially. to 1.404 for Edgar C. Lawson. 381 for Paul O. Fielder, one sister,,    coming to    this section    numin* vpt    tn nuhlirlv intro- Mrs. Ella Jane Comer. Keysville,    Wadesboro.    N. C. She    was a 2f._tphdem yet    to 06 PuDllcIy mtro land tweniy-two Krandchildren    member of    the Hohegan    Baptist; yesterday    afternoon the du Pont ^    u    ^    membe^    I church.    f lecturer was heard at Beaver high of the Baptist church, the Loyal    Survivors    include three    sisters, school with    the science class ^ Order of Moose and the A. F. of    Miss Sara Horn. Wadesboro, N.    Graham high school invited. At !L. machinists’ union.    c.; Mrs. Liana Shaw, Pittsburgh,    noon today Livingston will be fea- The body was taken to the home    Pa.; and Mrs. Elijah Peavey of    tured at the luncheon of the Lions Bp'] I 989 !    sen ted    bv    onp    hundred and    sixty    from Memorial Funeral Directory    Welch; a brother, Hamp Horn, of    ciUb with the Quotarians also dis- ’    ’    high school    students at the    region-    chapel Thursday evening at 6    Wadesboro; foul- grandchildren    pensing with their regular meet- be and three great-grandchildren.    ing in order to hear him. con- Funeral arrangements are in music director, announced today, ducted by the Rev. Z. F. May- complete pending the arrival it than ordinary glass does. McDowell county will be repre- WX ivwv.*. n m I r.Qi o, atte 1 ISI    inignscxiooi Stuacnis ai Ult iCHfUU- uia^n iuuiau^ evening ai assessor by the T;.p:J;. ' rw»morrat* Hatch 3 - al Musical festfval at Beckley on o’clock. Funeral service will defeated Incum- ,%1TeTa;5e(f ^emocrai. xiavcn o. Sujld£.y RaiPh w^de. county held Saturday at Athens, c 01 Salem Man Injured Students in McDowell schools;berry and the Rev. Mr. Callahan.'relatives. CLAUDE wfJoHNSTON MRS. MARo'aREt'THOMPSON fc Jrajn HitS AutO 3.082.' Reynolds 2.317.    jean    be    secured,    more students may Claude W. Johnston. 63. A life-1 Funeraljervices    Roanoke.    Va.. May 13 im — The festival CLAUDE W. JOHNSTON can be secured, more students may Claude W. Johnston. 63. a life- Funeral services for Mrs. Mar-, Agriculture commissioner. Re-|«ojto the Beckley festival.    long resident of Bluefield died garet E.    85    who    died,    Arthur.    28.    of RFD 8. Sa- -    will    begin    at    3    yesterday evening at St. Lukes Wednesday in Staunton. Va. will) _ * rriticallv hurt when his afternoon at hospital where he had been a be conducted this afternoon at 2 J*®*    £*    3    Hpmolished    bv , y,school. patient for five weeks. Death was o’clock at the home of Mrs. James    coupe    was, aemoiLnee oy School Superintendent    TVo    outstanding    figures    in    the    attributed to a heart condition. F Dudley and Charles Dudley, ^t^m No 23 on a pri- ity With 3.664 votes to 1.085 for|d^fh^tSjS. A 8UjS^£S^ “feSi?    R.    Were...    P«torl^e~    - chemical engince? CharlfSton^Delekates    \    the    tetival    „0Pe    jLStl™    county .bolt 177 for Paul R Man/nri 365 Publican: Bayer 602. Bostic 1.161 I , ne for Judge Hanuoitd MaxweH. Sr16 817- N°rthCOtt 456' Rhodes; wdldrew Wilson h U. S. Senator Chapman Rever-comb received a handsome major- Votes of other state candidates 5aYis In the Republican primary were: Gld^Jn 443 Hallan;an 2.312 Ham- ii o ll/jll U/af.rL Commissioner of Agriculture—Sa TXn oino e    U*    Will WalCll Bayer 536, Bostic 626,    Duke    947,    £?°- ^1Iy    LveeiletV    2<435’ Northcott 458 and Rhodes 1.123.    Townsend 1.457 Wade 435. Supreme Court—Copenhaver 2.-    Delegates at large. Etenocrat: *>53 judge Maxwell    3 403    and    Alderson 2.393. Bailev 4 956.    Baker    Washington.    May    13    (ZP)—Eco- Milier 1 941    2.049. Byers 2.227. Coakley    2.328.    nomic    cooperation    administrator  : :  Davisson 2.622. Hill 3.214. Jackson . Paul G. Hoffman said today there Europe Aid Spending be In I. B. Austin; and one brother, will' officiate. Burial will ^    tnnmht Phil K. Johnston, all of Bluefield. Maple Hill cemetery.    i    £    ® 5 J’.    .    . One daughter. Mrs. Mane B.    She was bora at Falls Miffs. Va..    an    n.    in    -    - Gearing, preceded him in death. June 18 1862    Gale    hospital    here.    Arthu.    was rnmr^ptp1 arrangenients are in-1 She was married to Granger complete.    jThompson    in    1910    and    they    made    k.*;.. their home at Limestone Tenn.. ERS BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Uncle Dave Macon - Roy Acuff and All of Your Favorite Radio Stars Are On the Screen —In “Grand Ola Opry” William Boyd as “Hoppy” Rides the Trail to Combat “Dangerous Ventura” Jock Armstrong - Cartoon He suffered severe | brain injuries and a crushing injury to the chest, and was mi ff ff?ff?theatre ffjffjffj Bluefield, VR. Plus—James Oliver Curwood’s Great Story — Bob Steele —- In "NORTHWEST TRAIL" SERIAL . . . CARTOON J- «rA^rL P;,MAN? n. .'until Mr. Thompson’s death, some    a    la. v._„r Gary, W. Va., May 13—Funeral years ago. Mrs. Thomnson had conscl°us at a late hour. nnpo for rar P Mann wa I.    -    -    .    ...    w ,ITt.    rA . .    ^    2.076    James    1.767.    Jennings    2.223.    will    be a particularly close check service for Carl P. Mann, well- madP her home until recently with CITY AND COALFIELD'Jeter 2,°92, KllKore 6134- Long on Amerlcan money spent by Bri-    dl.?fJ    her    brother,    the    late    J.    F.    Dudley, 12.219. Meadows 5.782. Neals 2.215. Opening THIS and THAT    Ogden    2.133. Dandolnh 3.521. Antique and Gift Shop Satur- Fifth district delegate. Republi-day. May 15th. 1948, IO a. rn., can: Hatfield 3.528. Lilly 3.808. located one mile west of Bluefield. F’ifth district delegates. Demo-Virginia city limits, on Tazewell;erat: Belcher 1.733. Bryant 1.052. highway No. 19. If we do not have Jude 611. Pavnter 1.204 Pvles 849. something like your grandmother smith 4.190. Tiernev 4 695 used to have, we will try to get it for you, so come and see us tain’s labor government in the Eu- Tuesday in a Welch hospital, will Bluefield Va. ropean recovery program.    Mrs-    Thompson    had    been a He told the senate appropria- 5. “    ,    it    b?R    evi    F    :    mem    hers    of the Christian church tions committee that close checks dlst church with the Rev. L». E. will be had everywhere. But he Crow son. pastor, and tne Rev. J. singled out Britain as being dowmiP- Byrd of Man. in charge. Taft Button Confuses Sociology Students [since childhood ! Mrs. Thompson was the Cheney. Wash.. May 13. (ZP— A red, white and blue “Taft for last'president” button brightened the Frank and Tommy St. Clair. Gray Uniform Shirts Just received. $3.95. 406 Princeton avenue. singled out Britain as opine aown • j . ...jn'Kp removed to the survivor of her immediate family..lapel of Dr. Edgar I. Stewart to-cm spending™?*U s'*cash' C°ntr<>1 iresTd’enr^frem FanMng'piSerel She is survived bv several neohewald.y as he faced hr, aocioloev cta» Senator raised the A technique of testing the air of machine shops to detect the attitude on the British labor gov-rare element beryllium in quanti- eminent. He asked if ECA will ties as minute as six one-tril- “foster or help” socialism. Dworshak <R-Idaho) Home Saturday at I p. rn. question of the ICA Worker Suffers He’s Rough • Tough • Ruthless! Guns and Gals! The More They Glitter . , . The Deadlier They Are! A story filled with the chilling suspense of relentless pursuit . . . the fiery force of a lust for revenge! Shamans lionths of a pound has been put to iuse by a large laboratory. Hoffman replied: “I believe our business is to bring about recovery. If a plan Injury At Gary Gary. W. Va.. May 13—James &3i$f-firesh ftmerr&'s BesCSe/krf came to us asking for ‘x’ dollars Perry Martin of Asbury, Va., nar-to modernize the steel industry, rowly escaped serious injury when and the British government an-, a large piece of steel fell and nounced a nationalization plan for!struck at No- 2 ®ary mine the industry, we would decide near here yesterday afternoon, what results the action would have He was rushed to Grace hospital on the industry.”    where    his condition was described In such an event, Hoffman said today as good. The steel struck he was inclined to believe the loan him in the head and back, would not be a good risk while It was reported that the steel the industry was moving from pri- slipped and fell from a crane at and nieces. Three of the neDhews at Eastern Washington college, are J. S. Dudley. Bluefield. W. Va.; I “I don't know' where you can Charles H. Dudley, and W. J. get one like it,” he replied to Fink, both of Bluefield, Va.    [student queries. Pallbearers will be C. Walter! The button advocated the elec-Painter. Z. M. Dove. J. R. Barnett. Hon in 1908 of William Howard Edward Barrett, Jimmy Barnett,jTaft. father of senator and presi-    nr    mw    rn rn    rn J. P. I>ampert. W. N. Lambert.    dential candidate Robert A^Taf^ 9 rn MS rn rn %    Il||||p7 JlffllMMSItt IWV SUIT. I CORN PUKES the large construction job at No. 2 Gary where wrokers have been employed for weeks in building of a huge coal conveyor. Martins is employed by th* Iowa Sheet Metal company. O'BRIEN TOPS (Continued from Page One) ,.. because more mothers want them, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes get into homes quicker, an dfres her. Great nourishment!    -    ,4    .L 4lfa9* Mother Knows/Best! "Hrs 7" M- CHOICE!” vate to public ownership. TRUMAN WONT (Continued from page One) secretary of agriculture Anderson as soon, he said, as he can get him. Palestine—Will the United States recognize a new Jewish state in Palestine? The President said he would cross that bridge Beckley and Lewis H. Mil.er of when he came to it.    'Ripley. Western Europe—Mr. Truman Congress, first district—former said there is no plan before him Democratic Rep-    Bjam- to lend-lease arms to non-com- vs- incumbent Republican Rep. munist Europe.    Francis J. Love. Federal reserve—He has not yet CongrefSSuSe.^I?drvd    77 appointed Marringer S. Eccles as Democrat Hailey CX Staggers of vice chairman of the federal re- 5fyseLp,vin serve board. He said he has his!Melvin C‘ Snyder of Kmg' ITT lTJileile-lay- bUt W0Uldn't, Congress, third districW-form- IrtifiLl    Th.™ I. er Democratic Hep. Cleveland M. Mai dime commission There is aaiiey 0j clarksourg vs. mcum-8 vacancy here that Mr. Tru- bent Republlcan fo.p. Edward O. man is trying to fill. He said he Kodrbougn oi Ulenville. I finds it hard to get people to take congress, foul tn district-isuch gov eminent posts.    Democrat M. G. Burnside of Hunt- n J Cj. x    ington vs. incumbent Republican roader strategy    iRep. Huoert s. Ems of Huntmg- Boston. May 13 — (ZP) — The Lo?;    . CIO’s biggest union. Philip Mur- , Congress, filth district mcum-ray’s united steelworkers, today be*1J’ Democrat John Kee _of Biue-[ instructed its 41-man executive vs. Republican Hartley San-board to decide whether it should ders of Princeton, hold out longer against the Taft-1 Congress, sixthi mstrictr—lncum-Hartlev law at the cost of new dent Democrat Rep. E. H. Hedrick of Beckley vs. Mayor D. 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